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OVER THE CAPITAL CITY.
Compfclc Ilccilal of (he Daily Doing i'om
pilcil From Vailsus Siurre-.
flapiciiiiiK Over tho City ami .Yens
From the Country Itnuii'lilliont.
I'irolnm on I'ruil.
In talking with illilcruiit oiu-s (
ur fruit growers, tlio Capital
Journal finds tliere Irf eonfilrteru.ile
touinluiiit because our board of :if
rieulture docs not oflcr bettor in
ducements nt tho State fair for dis
plays and specimens of the dlllur
vn t fruits. Surely so important an
interest as that of fruit growing
jliouid receive proper recognition
before tills board. All cH'oris should
Ixj made looklrig to :v eoinplud' dis
play In tills line. When Oregon
wants to boast of any one thing
above nil herothor grand ml vantages
and resources it surely is over fruit,
than which no oiuutry under tho
sum can excel, if equal her. We are
confident the board will give this
question the attention it Justly de
serves. .School Term CIummI.
Tho fall term of the Jefferson
school, commencing Sept. .'Ird, and
ending Nov. 30th, Louis Ilurzee
teacher, closed with an examina
tion In the principal's and the in
Out of 104 examined, only live or
six failed to reneli the required per
cent, to permit them to remain with
tlMjir class during the present term.
At present tliere aro 111 pupils en
rolled, several having euteied at tho
first of tho present term. Tho at
tendance is good, being only a few
less than the total enrollment.
Tt is not an unusual occurence for
tho otlicers of Oregon's penitentiary
to bo forced to result to tho solitary
confinement of smo convict who
Tins become unruly. Usually one
iiightorday inn lone, dark cell brings
about the desired cud. About once
In a month snmepoor wretcli iullicts
this punishment upon himself and
lie is-glad to bo released after a few
hours with u promise to obey tho
, Hops .rxf Year.
Already an unsual activity Is ex
hibited among the hop growers and
the Indication now is that next sea
sons ouput in the valley will bo
largely Increased over this. The
Polk and Marion county ranehesnre
tIug put In shape for tho coming
canon. Uuyers toll us tho valloy
hops this years were far superior to
those of previous seasons. Their
excellence Is duo to the fact that the
fields received better cultivation
A Noble I'lluip.
One of Undo John linker's hens
shows u quality and quantity of
the unadulterated grit that will
win anywhere. A few weeks ago
shu stole her nest out doors among
tho pea vines. On December first
shi) left tho nest with thirteen nice
little chicks, every egg having
hatched. 1 low is that for climate
chickens hatched out doors hi Dec
ember. Untie to Mnrui SiuIng.
Mrs. Dr. Mlnthorn left this morn
ing for The Dalles, where she will
meet the Dr. ami they will stage it
together to tho Warm Springs In
dian reservation. Dr. Mlnthorn is
engaged in making allotments of
LtndHtotho Indians there, which
duties will occupy his attention for
so vend months yet.
Seseol Tor I'raf Mulct).
Tito Oregon t-chool for deaf mutes
began ItH nineteenth year with
December 1st. Since its establish
ment ninety-live dltlluvnt pupils
havo boon enrolled. Tho roll at
present contains the names of twen-ty-t'Ight,
and during tho past two
ytwrs tho whole number of student,
Oregon I'arlllr Change.
On h portion of tho Oregon Pacific
line being constructed by O'Cou
nor A ltarr a slight change- has been
made. Tho road bed will cut deeper
into the mountain side In order to
prwent landslides In winter time.
ThUudditioualcoutraut, will require
shout as much work as has already
been done on their contract.
That Mum taniitr).
Rdom's steam laundry Is to be
located In South Salem, In the
brick bulldhig on tho fiat. Tho
complement of maehlncry Inw not
yet arrived from the ICast but Is ex
pected In a few days when It will
toauHllntoly bo placed iu position
and biulnot commenced.
The Impending Boom.
Tho editor of tho Koseburg Herald
spent a few days tills week in Salem
and says it demonstrated to hhn the
fact that Oregon's capital city has
within the past two years taken n
LM-ont, stenln material progress and
,..iiMii.ni.iit. Tin sjvs that his
tIM HI1VV.--" "- ---
visit to.Salcm plainly convinced liim
that the boom is abroad in the land
of the webfoot, and that tho enter-
iiruimr fitixiMis of the ctiiritul are
doinir their utmost to make it wel
,.im. "Tim Willamette valley is
receiving a large immigration, new
industries aro being established,"
says lie, "and her citkens nro con.
fident of possessing the best country
f.,i ,irtli. lint the wonderful re
sources of tiic Willamette are
duplicated by the Umpqua, and our
citiens should vio with our neigh
bors of your section in a generous
spirit of rivalry and progress, recog
nizing that tho Interests are identical
as one great commonwealth."
Irtlrleft of Incorporation, Etc.
Articles of Incorporation were
filed with the secretary of state to
day as follews:
The First Christian church of
Med ford, with D. H. Miller, J.
Iligh'anibotham. and It. S. Webb,
Tho Yaqulna Deop Sea Fishing
Co., Wm T. Kndir, Sylvester S.
West, and George H. Chance, in
corporators. Tho capital stock ie
$.40,000, divided in 400 equal shares.
A New Tailoring Establishment. '
O. C. Hogaii has but recently ar
rived in Salem from Canada and
opened up a first-class tailoring es
tablishment in the Stato Insurance
building. Tliis morning a Journal
reporter paid his rooms a visit and
feasted his eyes upon a clioico selec
tion of tho latest styles and bust
grudes of material. Mr. Hogan is a
line tailor and insures a perfect fit.
it is Filling Up.
Tho population of Oregon's peni
tentiary is increasing at an alarming
rate. A majority of tho late arrivals
are youths' of leas than twenty years.
Deputy Sheriff Ward of Multno
mah county came up last evening
and brought with him Thomas and
James Carr, neither over nineteen
years of age, who aro to servo three
vears for burglarizing a cigar stand
and stealing $2.50 worth of cigars.
A Finger Sawril Oir.
At tho Capital saw mill yester
day afternoon Adam Grence had tho
misfortune, while operating tho slab
saw, to lose tho little finger of his
right hand. Ho Is about sixteen
years of ago and carelessly let his
hand get too near tho saw, which,
while in motion, occupied much
more space than appearances would
Off to aiUliu.
A party of nhnrods, consisting of
Marshal ltoss, Wes. Hodgklns,
Hugh MoNary, Lafo C.nn, N. Bur
ley, Geo. Collins, Dill Anderson,
iiuil Jap Mlnto, went over to Ya
qulna Day yesterday, on a huntlug
expedition. They will rough It in
tho coast range and by the sands of
I he sea for Jive days.
Signs of a Light Winter.
Tho fabled gooso bone, as well ns
all other signs, points tho fact that
the coming winter will be a light
one. The wcathor-wiso will give
you many reasons, whys and
wherefores, and tho conclusion gen
erally reached Is that this winter
will bo a much milder one than the
A Write-up of Salem.
An early number of the Overland
Monthly will contain a descriptive
article on Salem and surrounding
country. This magazine Is among
the first. A. Porlnger Is tho agent
for Salem, and orders loft at Starr's
for him will receive careful and
prompt attention. d-tf.
Smallpox at Drain,
A letter says Unit at Drain every
body is soared over tho presence of
smallpox In tho city. Since tho
death there of Mr. Burt, three other
eases have developed in town. On
Wednesday tho schools closed and
two yellow flags glvo tho danger
KK.VI. tSr.lTK mNSVCTIONS.
The following deeds have boon
filed with the Recorder since yester
M, O. Roekenfield iiml wife to
Frank K. Hodgkin, lots C nnd 7, hlk.
85, Salem; $8,000.
Linux Brooks heirs to W, A. Har
ris, lots 1, 2,3, A, 0, 7, 8, blks. 29, 80,
81, Brooks; fUVUl.
John W. Price nnd wife to W. B.
Peacock lot 5, blk. 14, Marlon; 150.
Points of Personal Mention and Notes
Rev. M. C. Wire conducted
chapel services Wednesday.
Miss Nellie Boise of tho class of
'87 visited tho school Tuesday.
A little child of Wm. Holcombc,
tho dniyman who lives in South
Salem, is very low with lung fever.
Tho elocutionary rehearsal, which
touk place Wednesday evening, was
well attended and pronounced a
Company "A" at their regular
meeting Monday elected A. W.
Bowersox, clerk, and Levi Magce
Prof. Whlto has organized a good
sized class In shorthand, and the
boys think they will soon bo able
to enter the field as professionals.
Prof. Vnn Scoy was called to
Portland yesterday on business in
connection with tho University.
Members of his classes heard his
recitations during his absence.
A. M. Reeves, an old time student
and at present a successful teacher
ntMouroc,, Benton county, was re
cently heard from and reports his
school progressing nicely.
Tho academy rhetoricals took
place yesterday afternoon and for
most part were good and showed
considerable preparation by the
students who now feel relieved for
The University always stands by
her favorite sons. She desires to ex
tend a warm congratulation to L.
F. Conn of tho class of '86 on his
success in the recent city election,
and wish him all the prosperity
that may bo his.
Tho University is doing her part
in tho way of entertainments: The
rehearsel last Wednesday, to
morrow night Boston Quintette
club will appear In the opera house,
and a week from to-night tho con
cert at tho same place. All appear
under tho ausplcles of the Univer
sity. The Phllodosians at their meeting
Friday evouings are having some
very interesting discussions. To
night they discuss tho question, Re
selved: "That the wave theory of
sound propagation cannot bo sus
tained." Tho debate will bo opened
on tho affirmative by F. M. Ander
son wnd on the negative by N. M.
Newport. There has been con
siderable comment nmong tho mem
bers in tho propriety of debating
such a question In a school society.
nocicKr Eon nkxt week.
Monday.Dec 10. J. W. Batchlor,
rosp. vs. Win. Davis, app. ; appeal
from Marion county.
Tuesday, Dee. 11. John F Rho
tanapj). vs. W. F.Mendenhallresp.;
nppcal fioni Marlon county.
Wednesday, D -o. V2 J. F. Bew
loyresp. vs. T.N.Graves npp.; ap
peal from Yamhill county.
Thursday, Dee. 13. Thomas Can
field npp. vs. W. E. Clark resp.j ap
peal Ironi Po'k county.
Uarkiea's Arnica Salre.
Tho best salvo In tho world fu
etits, bi ulses, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
lever sores, tetter, chapped hantU
chilblains, corns, nnd all skin ertip
tlons, and positively cures piles, n
no pay required. It la guarantee
to glvo perfect satisfaction, or mono,
refunded. Price 25 cents per bo
I'or sale - Dr. H. W. Cox.
llond ai Tai Collector.
As for order of the county com
missioner Sheriff Croisun has filed
his bond of $30,000 as colleotor of
rovonuo for Marion county.
Mr. Crolsau is ready for collections
as soon as ho can get tho- hooks.
This will be in i week or ton days.
For weak ami ilcltcnto women nothing
build up tho entire system more thor
oughly unit effectually thnn Oregon Kid
ney Ten. It Is epeclally adapted to diseases
peculiar to tho t-cx, Is pleasant to tnko nnd
U pleasant to tnko nnd In every Instance
prove of groat value, Oregon Kidney
Tea Is composed of herbs found In Oregon,
Is put up In limit tlu boxen, nnd can bo
prepared fresh ny simply steeping In hot
wntul. It contains no mineral substance
whntoMT, Is pleasant to tnko nnd never
falls to eurrkiducy nnd urinary troubles.
Hold by 11. V. Mathews A Co.
SaUoa Urease (trailed.
Tho County Commissioners this
morning granted license to Amide
Choquotto permitting him to con
duut a saloon in St. Paul precinct
for u period of six mouths.
County Judgo Shaw yesterday
afternoon issued letters of adminis
tration to Thomas Mason ns admin
istrator of estate of Ulysses Simmons,
Ills bonds were f 400,
How Is your appetite? Are you ne-rvoui
or Irritable? Are you subject to bllllous
ness? Dr. Henley's Dandelion Tenle works
wonders. It makes tbe weak and slekly
strong, builds up the whole system and
1H1U new life and energy Into you. Try IU
Hold by l, V MttttuwAi.
You will always find No. 1 gro
ceries at L. S. Winters, the populnr
Court street Grocer. lmd w
House for salo on the install
ment plan. Payments only 10c
each. At the opera house corner.
Call and see. tf.
Forjuollday caudles, nuts, cigars,
notions, etc, gonnd seewhatSpelght
& Souder, Court street, offer you.
Prices low. lmd w
The ladies of the M. K. church
will give a "pink tea" on Wednes
day evening, December 12th. Ad
mission 25 cents.
A couple of heads of December
cabbage growing on one stock are
exhibited at Moores and Manning's.
Cabbage in December I
Follow the crowd and you will
turn up at Squire Farrar's, where
groceries aro pure and cheap. Join
tho procession. tf.
William Joseph, for beingdrunk
and carrying a concealed weapon,
yesterday received advice from Re
corder Strlckler which relieved his
purse of $15 and costs.
The county commissioners yes
terday appropriated $10 for the relief
of tho family of Victor La Chapelle,
of St. Louis. Typhoid fever has
prevented him from laboring for a
long time and the family need assist
ance. St. John asks thequestion, "Are
you for the saloon or the home?"
The answer given Is, "you bet your
life." But when you are asked
where you can get the best goods
and price on tea, coffee, groceries,
etc., tho answer is, at Squire Far
Catch the shadow ere the sub
stance fades, is good advice, nnd
especially Is the truth of this demon
strated when you speak of the
frequency with which ono dear
friend or another is hurried away.
You'll regret too late thntyou did not
have your friend or relative visit
Sperry the Artist and have a per
fect likeness taken. Heed the
moral go now before It Is forever
too late. tf.
Watch the footprints on the side,
walk. Where do they go? Up and
down Commercial street until they
come to the new bank block.
Then they go up stairs. They go to
Cherrlngton's Tho artist. If you
aro looking for something nice for
the holidays, go and see him. His
work is the finest. Time Is fleeting
sud Christmas is near. Be sure
and glvo him time to finish your
work up nicely.
WEST &TAYT0X NOTES.
Spelling school next Friday night.
Aunt Patsy Portor,an old pioneer,
Is very sick.
Calvin Neal Is slowly recovering
from his illness.
Old Uncle McNeill is lying very
low' with bronchial consumption.
Mrs. McKinney is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Bower, at Spokane
Rev. Robinson has closed his
work for this year and will go to
C. W. Shnff, a former resident of
this place was married Nov. 27th,
at Lewlston Idaho to Rena Toe.
The spelling school two weeks ago
conducted by Miss Skill, was a suc
cess. A boquet from tho flower gar
den of Mrs S. Condit, to bo present
ed to the best speller was won by
Arrangements are being made for
a post office at this place. Tho
mime WestStayton has been object
ed to by tho Washington officials.
Tho name AIo has been proposed, at
which many of our citizens aro high
ly Indignant and affirm thoy will
not patronize an office of that name.
A Qlorlons Combination.
What graud resources Oregon has,
with her fertllo fields nnd never fall
ing crops, hor salubrious climate
and abscence of thunder, lightning,
cyclones, blizzards nnd sunstrokes,
her magnificent water power, suffi
cient to turn tho wheels of thous
ands of factories, her illimitable
wealth of timber, her wido expanse
of grazing territory to give tho great
wealth of herds of cnttlo and flocks
of sheep, her as yet unknown hut
great mlnoral resources, says tho
Umpqua Herald. And this land in
Its Infancy, with undovelopod re
Botisccfc, throws wido her arms to
welcome the sturdy sons of toll to
niako their homes among her fertile
valleys and vine-clad and rock
Poktuvnii, Or. July 31.
51 v kidneys were In n van bad condi
tion. Tbe urine whs like brtek dust, and I
sutlervd a great deal with my bask. All
Ju ..h.un.,dlllnmiiin a.l ..
OHKOONKIHNBYTKA. whleU gave me
tUllUMfc IIHWWMI"! VW
Sold by P. 'NV. Mathews. A Co,
Fruit Farms of Ten
These lands are not offered at enhanced prices. Tho soil and locate J
Especially adapted to growing PEARS, PRUNES, AND OTHEHj
FRUITS ror snipping greeu iu iuu .uiHiing uisincts and
Farther East, while the mutual cooperation in
Shipping, storing and selling fruits wll
Bo no small consideration.
The Very Best Land
ONE HOURS DRIVE FROM SALEM.
The canneries of SALEM, WOODBURN and ALBANY are at i
n TfcT . L.ai rtau-.i- silnnci Y 1 1 1 ta flratssirl Tfft
ot access, nouu uui woi uo '"""" ". mui meet
Parties with team. Correspondence solicited.
J. J. HARDEN,
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 8th.,
By the Celebrated
John P. Rhodos, Solo violin.
Oscar IlcnUchcl, solo fluto nnd viola.
Paul Stoovlg, nolo viola nnd violin.
Louis Blumenbcrg, solo vlollncello.
MISS ANNIE CARPENTER, prima donn
T ......a. A.I nn.n CI. nflnnml n 1 .VI t DO 1 FIT. 7.U
Sale of seats will begin at Patton's Wed
nesday tho 6th, nt 9 o'clock a. m. Doors
open at 7. Concert will begin at 8 15.
REEDS OPERA HOUSE.
Friday Evening, Dec. 14, '88.
Will de given under tho aus
pices of the Conservatory
of Music, assisted by
Miss Hnllio Parish, Miss Ftankio 1'.
Jones, and a choral society of forty
Admission 50 'cents. Reserved seats at
Pntton's book (.toro after December 11th,
without extra charge. td.B
MILLINERY AND FANCY (1U0DS.
MRS. M. K. O'llSON
Has n very fine stock of now millinery,
and Is prepnred to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In tho latest styles Call and see her new
winter goods nnd styles.
275 Commercial street, Salem.
ONE OK THE LARGEST ESTABLI8H.
ments In tho State. Lower rates than
Portland. Largest stock Legal Blanks In
the State, n-'d biggest discount. Send for
firico list of Job printing, and catnloguo ol
egal blanks. TJ. M. WAITE,
Steam Printer, Salem, Oregon.
Take Note of This.
FOR 83,800 WE WILL SELL 00 acres
well Improved garden laud, within 8
miles of Salem. Good road to town the
year around. Buildings good. FINE YOUNG
ORCHARD nnd excellent grass land. This
Is a bargain, and will be held only n short
time at these figures. Call, and we will
show you the property.
WILLIS A CHAMBERLIN.
Opern House, Salem, Or.
rpHE QUESTION OF THE DAY.
PROTECTION OR FREE TRADE?
An Examination of thi Tariff Question with Es
pecial Regard to the Interest)
BY HENRY GEORGE.
CLOni. 11.60. PAPER, 35 CENTS.
This is the clearest, fairest, most Interest
ing and most complete examination of the
tariff question yet made, nnd will prove
Invaluable to all who wish to understand
Tho moat thnmuch Investigation of the
subject that bos yet been put In type Now
York News. '
The appearance of this book marks a
new epoch In the world-wide struggle for
free trade. Henry Oeorge has a power of
f tutting economic truths insuch a clearand
impid language that any child can under
stand him, while the most learned man
cau enjoy tho accuracy of his statements
and the sugeestlveness of his thoughts.
Thomas O. Shearman In New York Star. I
Whoever wants to see the strongest ar
gumentnot only against protection, but
against all tariffs will And It here.
The slngularturcess ot Mr. George Is thnt
he has inndo political economy Interesting-.
A book which every worklngman In tbe
land can read with Interest and ought to
read. New York Herald.
HeflrylGwrge's Other Works.
Progreksand Poverty, doth, 1 paper,
Social Problems, cloth, tl; paper, 36 cent.
The Land Question, paper, 10 cents.
Property Iu Land. pir, IS cents.
Addreai THE STANDARD,
12 Union Square, New York.
to Forty Acra
For Fruit Giwiu
ESTAIILISHBD BT WATIONAt. AtJTHOlJ
SALEM, - - - OREGON,
Capital PaM up, m
U. S. WALLACE, - President.!
W. MARTIN, Vlco-Pa-iltaJ
.1. II. ALBERT. .... C'ihto.
W.T.Gruy, W. W. Martin,
J.il.Mnrtlu, II. H. Wallace,
Dr. W. A.Cuntok. .1. 11. Albert,
T. Mi-K. Patton.
To farmer on wheat and other msrtrfl
nblo pi oduce, consigned or m store, I
fltner in priv-uo fjrannriesor
Slafc and Counlv Warrants Bought atP;
TMt-niiiitn1 t t mitaixn i lil ft rH tfw IVfl
drawi dliect on New York, Chlcuw
FrnnclRun, Portl md, London. ParU.Etr
liong Jvnntr nu unicuiui.
WM. N. LADCE, l'ie"H
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vlc ProM
JOHN MOIR. l&4
?Ti.hnnirann Irtln,irt 4il n PPJinelR
Nmtf YnrU. Iinrinil iiud IIcin2 K
bought und sold. State, County aiilO
warrants bought. Farmers nro eonM.
with us. Liberal advnnccs lundo !
wheat, wool, hops nnd other prupertju
1XWSUUUUJU JillCi i.-jai.v. " r I
curity enn bo obtained at me duiui
most reimuiu comimui.
DEEDS OF DARIN
BY BLUE & GRAU
The great collection ofthejuost thriJW
personal advenlurei'U b it h Mites uw
nccounts of exploits of wuuts nnd jgl
foilorn hopes, hemic bmerj. 'J
Incidents, hnnd-tc-hiind striigf le. . bwfl
ousnnil tragic events. pcrniun j--jj
Doiaunsnex, uriiiiani ur,'"; .1.1 T
nnnlmnn. n,Hnn fill ttilfll .IOC I C
.!! ..!......-. lM.f.inlv IllUQtriiled tO t
llle. NoothertookatMll like U. AS"!
wanted. Outsells ovcitiuiiut.
Tlmoiorp:ymcntsiUlocJ agents i
nfriimlH nnd freltrllt nrcimtd.
PLANET ROOK CO., UnsWW 1
ll-QIyw. ST Loro,xj
Fire ana J"
JOS. ALHERT. Agent. - - Salem, Ortfj
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