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J3VEttN& CAPITAL JOimNAL, SATUKDAT, OCTOBER 28i83.
faiini),fcmnirifciiii - t- A r 4 1 ! K; f - THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT BONDAV, bt Tn Capital Journal Publishing Company, p.ajtofflce Block. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. Dally, by carrier, per month,. Dally, by mall, per year, Weekly, 8 pa. Per year, -JOH) 300 1.60 HUM 8AT0RiAY MdllT. The weelr.bas been a strange com mlDgllug'bft tmlu-nud pleasure, enjoy ment and sorrow. Perfect autumn days, will) serene skies, ibegorneous tints oMadlng foliuge, tho walks aud roads' strewn with 'falling leaves, the fruits and grains of harvest home on every side. There have beeu social and parties, wertdlugsMiid conveutioiis, deaths aud births, and all the varieO social phenomena that g to make ut the round of our still too fl. etlngtrausl tory existence. An aged mother lias lost her dearest daughter aud companion on the home Ward road of life. An lufaut babe if crying In the night for the breast thai is laid away forever,1 where but y eater day it nestled lu warmth, peace, secur Ity aud aflectlon. List year a wmnai. who had given all her lite to educating the children of others ceased her wearj week's work on Friday aud Saturday nho rpHtpri from all earthly labors. An other of the Salem teachers who gave a quarter of a century to briugiug out the latent faculties of others dUmiBseo her flock of little ones Friday, locked up her desk, and went home never ti return. There must be something exhausting lu thus giving out one's best thought and most vital energies to the develop ment of the children. The conscien tious teacher gives all her wealth of love and afTectlouato care, all her intel ligence and creative genius to awakeu tho slumbering sparks of brain power aud thought in scores of children, who aro to them no more iu reality than so many little bundles or humanity. What does sho get iu return? Her work Is n sacred trust, sacredly per formed. What is her return ? It is often too poor. She is ranked lu salary with the poorly prepared, tho thought less, tho time-serving or her own pro fession. As soon as she grows old she is cast aside, unless perchance she ages beautifully, a difficult attainment in her profession, ir there is a class In the world who deserve a peuslon from the state It is those who conscientiously give their lives to the training up of the armies of the future men and wom enthe teacher such teachers as this community has lostby death tho past year. Death Is sad to contomplato even from tho hopeful standpoint or a dimin ishing fear or its poteucy. Huppy the household where It has not entered aud laid its desecrating bauds. All Is changed lu Ub pretence. Lips are mute aud voices sink to Inaudible whispers. The aniblllotiH and frivoli ties of life slink away ashamed to have ever existed. Ihe unkind word, the undono kindness, the withheld love, the favor withdrawn become hauutlnu spectres of remorse. Tho poor help less departed one can no longer claim her rights or light her battles. Her many virtues, sweet willingness to help others, her manifold kindnesses, her unfailing spirits aud forgiving disposi tion plead eloquently with us iu our memories now to do iter justice. Alas, now! Too late! Sho is gone! Wo chould have said that kind word, iniulu that sacrifice, carried the gifts of our love while sho could yet receive them. What u lesson In death for 'all to be more kind, loving, appreciative In life. Lo us not wait to strew the flowers of aflectlon on each otner'a graves. If our lovo were properly manifested in , life, and to the Uviug,deatli aud IU ter rors would bo banished. Tliero would not come floating through tho air from every side that dark cloud of regrets for tho departed. Bay the appreciative word to tho living. Banish thecrltlcal expressions, withhold those hard thoughts from the living you should love. That Is the lesson of death, tho great lessou of life. Thereby Hangs a Talo. "And no, from bout to hour, wo ripe ana ripe And tlieu, from hour to hour, vu lot and rot, Aud thereby bung a tale," A h.1 ,miIm II Ilia nl ... It AUU HUIJ, lia It IIIIU Ul WW," Ul one who una uatarrau in ttio Head, for many years, and who really had been "rotting," from hour to hour, until Dr. rJage'a Catnrrah Remedy came to his notice. He used It ut first with slight signs of relief, but ho persisted until a permanent cure was effected, and tho world was again pleasant to live In, From hla awful Buffering he was set free by the expenditure uf a row dollars In that Incomparable remedy. Tucker' Examination. Notice la hereby given that for the purpose of making 'in examination of nil persona who may oiler themselves as candidates for teachers of tho schools of thin county, tho county school super intendent thereof will hold an extmil nation at Salem, Oregon, ut one o'clock WluetUy,Nuvembereih, 1803, Applicants fur slate papers u ill bo ex MM tried at Ihewme time and place. Dted this 23d day ofQutober, 1803, J. B. OllAIIAU. Wt-dXw Co. bupt. TDIEV1NG, BURGLARY, FRAUD Always Going On But Not All Punished, OREGON IIKALTIIY MORALLY, PHYSICALLY What tho Writer Found at Oregon State Prison. tho If one Is to judge by what the opti cal economists declare an inevitable re sult of "hard times," "commercial de pression" and "financial disorganiza tion;" namely, an lucrease of crimes .against property, the state of Oregon has not suffered greatly by the last summer's panic. Tho mil term oi ine district courts throughout the state are about over, yet, out at the penitentiary there Is no noticeable accession to the convict rankB. Iu fact, a visit there re Hults iu the assurance that crime, hav ing for its object the mere acquisition of money has been, ir anything. less luring tho last six mouths than durlug like period immediately preceding. "Of course," remarked Mr. Superin tendent Dowuiug. yesterday, "there Is ilwavs thleviuir. burglary, aud fraud jolug on which would naturally be in creased by the increase of population md the attraction offered to the perpe trators of that claBS of crime, by the re ports so widely circulated of the gener- illy prosperous condition oi tins state; out If the committments here are to be viewed barometrically, I should say that Oregon 1b healthy, morally as well is physically." There are, at present, 343 convicts in the penitentiary, ol whom about 150 are working in the shops; about 100 are emnloved in farm work, and in the laundry, kitchens and various offices of the pribon; leaving something over one hundred for whom no employment can be found until the jute-mlll Is completed and running. These unemployed are kept under lock and key except during yard exercise, sums three hours each day, and it is a significant circum stances, that in spite of such an unfav orable condition there is not a single case or sickness iu the infirmary. There are, naturally, lots or petty ailments among such a crowd or men, whose lives outside the prison walls have not been the most couducive imaginable to good health aud physical stamiua, but the Tact that they ure ho closely and In telligently looked after by the officers in charge as to render the hospital beds altogetuer oruameiilal speaks volumes to their credit. No one visiting tho prison is given a carte blanche to wander about the place- at will, and tell to the prisoners out of hearing of an oillier or guard, and no exception is made even in the case of the anxious newspaper man, desir ous of Information and eager to see all there is, both on aud below the surface; still latitude enough Is allowed to gain a good idea or how things are going on. The prisoners are not a distressed look ing lot of men, by any manner or means. If grauted choice uoue of them would be there, but, as more than one remarked, yesterday, "Many are better off Inside Until they would be out, aud have moieand better to eat, anil warmer to wear, though the clothes are not fashionable in either pattern or cut, than many a poor devil with wire and family to starve and lib erty to walk about the streets looklug Tor work that cannot be got." That is Is a fact; Tor though the majority are rightly served by being condemned to wear the stripes, aud regret more the being c.tught thau tho commission of tho act for which they were convicted, still there are some whom tho law aud not Justice lius Immured behind these walls; aid to this latter class Imprison ment has no relieving llgjita. To many or the runner, though, so many months or a Tow years or penitentiary life Is hardly more than an intermission, graced by plenty of good, plain, whole soiuii food, warm bhtukets, and a free dom from carklug care aud timorous responsibility, "I'm going to get out along next May," said a man, whoso equine at tachment had outrun his discretion, "aud I'm glad I haveu't got to be lired out in winter, or Just as tho rainy sea sou is coining on." Exactly. That man, whose ht covers his family, whoso euso of shame Is dead or dying, and who looks ou life as otily desirable when it can be eusiiy lived, does the butterfly act, aud ambles about ou stolen hordes iu the brief summer time, uuddoes not mind the retreat to the penitentiary durlug tho cold mouths a p.mlcle. Illohardsou, who has como to be known us the "train wrecker," aud .wusBeutup from Douglas county for eight years has pretty conclusively shown hlmseir to be a fool If not a knave, or both, Up to u few days ago, when heaves put to work in tho shopd he has worn an ("Oregon boot,1,' some fifteen or sixteen pounds of Iron In ueulously fastened to oue .foot) u-s an inevitable consequence of his bragging about what ho was going to do, and boasting ut his feats lu Jll delivery and prison brtMklug lu the 13 ut. The nttl cera do nut feel' at ull u'armol ut the po-joHuf his esoip) lut as a sort of admonition to him and chaps of his kidney, they rigged him up with a "boot" and so tamed his exuberancy. Deputy Warden Cavanaugh has been confined to his bed for the past two weeks, aud' ha3 been submitted to a' paiuful and delicate surgical operation; he is improving, and will be at bis post again before loDg. Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, and all the train of evils from early errors or later excesses, the results of overwork, sickness, worn, etc FulUtrengtli, development and tone flvenioevery organ and portion of the body. Simple, naturolmethoas. Immedlntlmproement seen. Kullure frapos'lble. ISua references. Book, explanation and proofs mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N. Y. CHEAP READING. Order the Onb Cknt Daily by mail. 25 cents a mpntb. No papers sent after time is out. Economize in Paper. Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of 100, not cut, tor sale at tins omce ar fifteen centa a bundle. A heavy straw wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents i pound. Next door to the postofflce. tf Orapo Vines for Sale. I have Drooocated several thousand ood stroug two-year old grapo vines for setting out, assorted varltles, suit, ihle for culture in Oregon. 25 cts each. $2 00 per dozen. E. Hofer, Salem. Or., JoubnaIi office. d w IMPORTANT. ir you anticipate visiting the world's Talr, or your friends In the East, take advantaueof the present opportunity, as the fares are now so low they cut no figure In the expeuse. The Chicago & Northwestern Railway have placed lu service a solid vestlbnled train, between Portland and Chicago, the famous Wayner tourist cars, free reclining chair cars, and dining car "par excel lent." With the accommodations fur ulshed.rates now offered, together with the short time consumed in making the trip, it is within the reach of all. For further information, apply to any ticket agent, or write A. Q. Barker, Gen'l Agt. 272 Washington street. Portland, Or. Before Going to the Wojld's Fair Enquire About The Limited Express trains of the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway between St. Paul and Chicago and Omaha and Chicago. These trains are vestlbnled, electric lighted and steam heated, with the flu est Dining and Sleeping Car Service iu the world, The Electric reading light in each berth is the successful novelty of this progressive age, aud is highly appreciat ed by all regular patrons of this line. We wish others to know Its merits, a the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail way Is the only line in the west enjoy ing the exclusive use or this puteut. For runner luiormation appiy m nearest coupon ticket agent, or address C. J. Eddy, General Agent, J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt. 225 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf SALEM GAS LIGHT GOi Reduction in Price of Gas, From and after October 1st, 1893. the price or gas will be us follews: Lesa than 500 cubic feet per month $3.60 per 1000 cubic feet. Over 500 cublo feet per month ?3.00 per 1000 cublo feet. Special rates for large consumption given on application to L. B. McCLANE, -Manager. J. H. HAAS, THE WATCnMAKEK, 2IS' Commercial St., Silem, Oregon, (Next door to Klelu'.)i HpoclftUy oi Spectacles, and repairing Clock. WatuheM and lewelrv. E. X. WAITE PRINTING CO., niw Avn inn nniwi uuuiv niw uuu AND Legal JBlanJt Publ (alters. Bush's New Uiiok.over the bank, Com'l street. THE WILLAMETTE, SALEM, OREGON. ltntw, $2.50 to $5.00 por Day The best hotel between lYirtlaod and Ban KntnrUoo. Klrst-claM lu all Its appointment. IU table am served with tlie CfJiotccMt Fruits Jruwn Jo tho Willamette VaUejr. A. I. WAGNER. Prop. BURTON BKOTIIKRS Mauula'ture Standard Pressed UrloV, Itolded llrtck Iu all fattenm for Fronts and supply thebrtek lor the NwHHlmClt IUII and uenrly all tho doe butldns ereoted luiueC-pluiclty- i XarU near 1'tnlttutUrj-, Silem, Or. 8dw VIGOR n ijnifjfiSw) ii "' THE GREAT REVOLUTIONS. 1822 Brazil declared itself Independ emvSf Portugal; Pedro I was declared emperor, granted his people a constitu tion, and two yoars later secured a rec ognition of his government hy Portu gal. 1824 Revolt in Bolivia against Spain; tho Spanish expelled and Independence secured the same year. 1820 Revolt of Venezuela against tho United States of Colombia; secession successful. 1830 A revolution at Warsaw. The army sided with the people. Russian forces were poured into Poland, and after a bloody conflict, lasting some months, tho Poles were defeated and Poland again annexed to the empire. 1830 Revolution in France, begun in Paris; flight of Charles X; the throne tendered to tho duke of Orleans, Louis Philippe, who began his reign by pub lishing a new and liberal constitution. 1831 Revolution in Belgium against Holland; separation and war of inde pendence; ended in 1830. 1831 Revolution in Brazil; the em peror, Dom Pedro I, forced to abdicate; the constitution was reformed, and Dom Pedro II, though a minor, was placed on tho throne. 1831 Ecuador revolted and the Co lombian republic was divided into three Ecuador, Venezuela apd Now Granada. 1831 Revolt in Egypt against Turkey; Mehemet Pasha conquered Syria, but was compelled to leave it by the allied forces of England, Austria, Russia and Prussia. 1840 Spanish revolution; abdication and flight of the queen regent; provi sional government. St, Louis Globe Democrat. . TURF TOPICS. Horses, when asleep, always havo one ear pointed to the front, Tho top dressing of tho Cumberland park jiack at Nashville -was brought horn another state. In tho California building at the World's fair, on a pedestal, is a large horse mado of raisins. Horses cannot be exported to Norway unless accompanied by a certificate that tho animal is healthy. Baron Paul Salvi, an officer in the Ital ian army, is here to study our methods of developing tho trotter. Tho protracted severe drought all over tho west this summer is bound to make hay -valuable before another spring. President Diaz in his recent message referred in favorable terms to the race track started in Mexico by an American. Hickory Jim remained on the turf longer than any horse. Foaled in 1865, hn ran un to 1891 and took part alto gether in about 800 races. The race horse Rudolph dislikes the nresenco of any one while ho feeds, and the stable doors aro closed whenever his feed is given him. Frank Morris of Worthington, W. Va., is tho owner of a horse whoso shoes were mado from the iron of an aerolite. They have outlasted two or three sets of ordi nary shoes. The colt Tenwah's name" contains the first letter of Thoroughbred, Electioneer, Nutwood, Wilkes, Advertiser, Hamble toni.in. Tho youngster carries tho key to his pedigTeo in his name. RAILROAD TIES. English railways kill only one passen ger out of 180,000,000; they injure one out of 1,020,000. ' The Southern Pacific has begun con struction work on its new coast line from San Luis Obispo. Horse cars are said to havo been first introduced in New York 60 years ago. Tliero are now 19 street railroads in that city, ubing 2,000 cars and 20,000 horses and carrying 225,000,000 passengers an- uually. During tho years 1891-3 nearly 500 American locomotives were exported to foreign countries. Of this number Bra zil took 183, Cuba 80, Mexico 34, Chili 23 and Japan 12. Even from Joppa the American locoinotivo hauls the train to Jerusalem. A locoinotivo is being constructed in England to run 100 miles an hour. It is 2,000 horsepower, tho driving wheels 12 feet in diameter. The three cylinders aro 40, 23 and 18 inches diameter, with a 80 inch stroke. Tho boilor pressure is COO pounds. Tho distinction of being tho only man alivo who worked -on the first American railway is claimed for Lewis Che-iey of Chelsea. Mass. The railroad was known as tho "Granite railway," and was built in 1820 at Quiucy chiefly to transport stoues for building Bunker Hill monu ment. Mr. Cheney is 85 years old. CHUNKS OF WISDOM. Society is not only as wo make it, but ai we see it. It is not neceesary to enter society aud leavo sincerity behind. Our doing or not doing in life does not depend so much upon great opportunity or great ability as it doeaupou our readi ness to profit by the ordinary oppor tunities and tho measure of talent that we possess. In every porson who cornea near you look for what Is good and strong. Hon or that; rejoico in it, and, as yon can, try to imitnto it, aud your faults will drop off like dead leaves when their timo comes. The man who will not execute hi resolutions when they aro fresh upon him can havo no hope from them after ward. They will bo dissijwted, lost. Btifled In the bustle of the world or swamped m tho slough of indoleuce. Do not seek to get away from the com mon, everyday things of life. In them is fonnd tho happluesa and peace of mind that It may lie you are looking for In op portunities aud circumstances which lie In time and place now xar reinovea. Montreal Star. MINISTERIAL MURALS. They have received some docldedly hard alapB at Halem the past year sev eral of them. There la no reason why there should be anything peculiarly lu -moral lu a minister. There are simply black sheep plying that calling as there are in the legal and medical profess! n and lu journalism. N more. Not u bit. But to say a man has been guilty of couduct unbecoming, to a Christian minister Is a little rough on the rest of us. It implies that either a higher code of morals should prevail among Christian ministers or that they are al lowed liberties denied the rest of man kind. If the former is the implication and it should be the true one, then It speaks ill of those who lower the tone f their calling. If the latter horn of the dilemma is taken, then it speaks ill of the profession which above all others should follow absolute purity of are. To say that a minister has been guilty or conduct unbecoming to a uitiu, or to a gentleman would be a far mire satis factory expression to use in framing a verdict or guilt in cases or such delin quents. THE NEW "I'Ai'&K." There is a class of publications that appear from time to time morerorspite work and to gratify someone's desire for notoriety and of these Balem has been as fertile as a barnyard is for mushrooms. They ore called "papers." Someone v ho d"es not get an ofllee, or someone Who wants one la usually the power behind the throne, aud as loug is the money lasts the "paper" appears. When the money runs out the publish er gives a row howls or dlspair and abuses the community aud the public for not shelling out more liberally. Auother daily paper Is to be started t 8alem. Of course, it is not a propo sition iu a legitimate sensp of the word, t is one of those schemes to get some thing for nothing; to get money out of people; to blackmail some political par ty; to get credit for clothing and free railroad rides; to sponge meals and drinks and enable some one to swell their hatband and call themselves an "editor." It does not concern any legitimate newspaper enterprise and only needs to be called attention to for belongiug to the general class of coufl fence games. CURE Sick Headacheand relieve all the troubles Inci dent to a bilious state of the system, such as Dizziness, Nausea. 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