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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal Publishing Conr'an".
OCBrr, 112 Court Strffl, 0rO'e Motk.
TKH.M8 OK JJUHmHUlTION
OiKjNir, hy imMI so w)
?X IIHHIIIM.IJT HWill 2 CO
Jirw hhhiIim hy mull 1
I'er week deliveretl If currier..
Mi month S
Ue yaw. If iwld for In mint net), 1 (
HtX IIHMItlM, " " " m
TIIK OltANT-HAIIKAU THOIW.E.
afr-l'iwlmiwtt-ni are hiiIImhimnI to re
Mr. T. II. Porter In our duly milliorlittl
"KiiUrt h Miiil-eliuM iimltrr Mt the
atom .Oregon. PmtoltW. Mitrrli H. MM.
'WKI)NH8I)AV, MAYIS, 1888.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
W. I'. LOW).
C. W. 1'ITI.TO.V.
rronlliift Attorney Tlilnl Jllii.,
Jf. ii. juiu'irr.
MARION COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
J. Jl. WALDO, JUelt.J.
T. T. OKIIK, gllmlMl.
J. Q. WII.HON, Sllu.
, H. I.1YMAK. Wo.IUrn.
Wm. AltMrtrjIONO, HiMIi B.Iein
E. M. ONOIHAN', tMein.
F. J. HAUOOCX. h!HI.
J. II. HTAIIII, ulht'fn.
A. 0. C0ND1T, Auiau Mle.
A. 1". ULAOKUIIIV. mixnlnn.
A. It. CORN'KMt'H, Mirloii.
IV. T 0I1IM, IIuUar4.
! rffit lirKRIKtENDKKT,
11. TV ynllKII. Mllttian.
IV. J. UU1.VKH. K.t Htnn
III.. II. 0. IIVUM). WfHillMirii.
'111.1'IIU.H IN .MAItlON flHINTV.
Thu ()nKiiii I'li'utlon uttnii'lH .
fi-nl lii(nt thnitiKliuut thu country
mill liocml or Milltlciil nilvlco luiirnf.
funul from nil hIiIch. "The ntutt Ih
riiulilUn," w arc told in Hcvcrnl
UiiIIii(4iiImIh, "by about thrvo
tlimiHHiiilouu MtnilKhl Iwuc," and
tiiiHinujorlly Mciirourncd to nmUo
itvtilliihlo In tin (invent content.
Tills uouiiwl In cry iimy o jjlvc nt n
(lUlmiKi'.liiit how It Ih to lioAilloued
IMIWllW till- llllwt IIMtllto polltliml
uiHiMKcn. Votern, nt thUirlleiilnr
Juncture, iiioiv CKpeeliilly, have n
wny of (wrryliiKoul their own will,
mill you nmy talk (mill- to them till
thu forecof llKurei full, iumI It U very
lliuuiinil wlietlier you will win tl
Wtu. Ho nuuiy Unite miv Ik-Iiik din
fmni hy the iv at their llio
hit Hud at wk'IkI iralherliiKM that
tll twuuti of the war have hut little
wulghUNud (he taritt'ou wool mvium
(( lmve mm iiiany oimiuut anions
liwi-ral'tt ai it Iihh rilemU.
Hut In Marlon county, I4n ltim
lion U very ooiufiullinj. An omvI
Uuit ticket IimmIns'Ii nut In the Held
hy the rviHihllnuiK, overy nmn hav
ing rttnei and uiontl worth, and
Hiving htrviiKth to the wum. In
MvrKl irH'lueUwe her of jmihlhl
tUiuUt. wlioe.jmw KrHt dUail.
ftiutlonal the clou and wm jralt of
(Ih rHililwii iarty, adiulttliiK
llwlr Intimate fricntU that that nar-t-
luw put the Ut men forwanl for
Mjriiort. Tli la adiulmlou frtuu niur.
1 wAmnew la evldeucf of which
wny Uy w ill ote. V all have a
gmtw or lew tciuleuey to lnduuto
Fred Grant, after his lofty
fcorn of Gen. Badcau's claim for
M!r'lce rendered the deeeaecd hero
In the preparation of hi inemolra.
has so far modified his portion aa to
oiler a money compensation tosettle
the dispute. He agrees to pay his
father's life long friend $10,000, not
bccHUPO this sum Is justly his due,
hut because ho wishes to stop u
ouuse of annoyance to his mother.
Hadeau refuses to settle on any such
terni. He asserts that literary as
sistance was rendered Gen. Grant
on terms to which the general afllx-
ed his signature; this money was
fairly earned, and uiiIcm the sum is
jwld him as his right, he will not
coii'-cnt to receive It us blackmail.
The case was to have gone to court
on Monday last, but the dispatches
from New York make no mention
of the suit.
The trouble lias grown out of the
bumptiousness of Col. Kred. He
has put on airs ; treated a trusted
secretary of his father with the
growtcst disrespect, and now he has
to cut his words. Wo can under
stand that when the ad'airs of the
Grant family came to utter wreck
in thai miserable Wall Street busi-
not, and the publishers made Grant
a tempting oiler if ho would write
his memoirs, that he would snatch
at this chance of making provis
ion for his family. But lie was no
writer, his education was dellcient,
ami n mortal disease was making
ravages on his strength. In such an
extremity nothing would be more
natural than for him to turn to a
friend who had been Intlmatelv in
his counsels during the war, who
was familiar with the details of his
campaigns, and who had an elegant
lllorary style. Gen. Grant engaged
this man to help him in his literary
labor, agreeing to pay him a liberal
jiercentngo of the receipts from his
Now the Illustrious writer is dead,
a disnutu lias arisen as to the extent,
of the services rendered hy Hadeau
In the preparation of the work. It
Is admitted that he lived several
mouths In thu Grant mansion, la
boring dally with the general In his
study ; and that thcfo Joint labors
were continued until the second
volume was half written. Then
Gen. Grant's health became so pre
carious, and his end apeared so
near, that a stenographer was em
ployed, and some outside talk caus
ed the publishers to Interfuie. Some
filendol (Jen. Hadeau havlntr talk
ed It around that Hadeau was writ
ing the memoirs from note furnish
ed by Grant, it was feared that this
rumor would spoil the sale of the
issik. The general was In extremis
and kept alive on drugs, in his en
feebled condition of mind and body
he made no resistance to signing a
mper denying to Ids literary assist
ant and former comvunlou In arms
any pmt in the Joint wot It. With
this paper, Fred Grant spiead him
self, and with a deluge of uuneei
sary insults, scouted Hadeau as a
men' amnuucufls and proof render.
Hadeau apalcd to the courts, and
there Is such a showing of Justice In
his claim, that Col. Fred consents
towy his demand, but still denies
the JiMhv of the claim. The buinp-
tiiiiin young man may have to recede
yet another step.
Few farmers realize the extent of
the renting system prevalont. As
might he expected, It prevails to the
largest extent In the South, where
the average acreage of farms la large
and where the social disturbance In
cident to the civil war loft land own
crs without capital and the laborers
unsettled In their relation to the for.
mer owners. It was there a necessi
ty of the cne that the laborers
should work the lands for a sluire of
the crop. Hut in the great Wc-t,
where it has been always supposed
that "Uncle Sam had land enough
to give us all a farm," it Is a matter
for surprie that there should be a
large proportion of the farms In
the hands of tenants. Perhaps this
is due to the fact that improvident
and careless farmers lose their farms
and are forced to become tenant",
and that many young men without
means to purchase land at the pre
vailing high value are obliged to
work land as tenants. This Is fortu
nate In one respect, no doubt, be
cause industrious young men have
thus an opjwrtunity of making
money enough to buy a farm for
themselves after a fewyearsof work,
and on the whole one who works a
farm as a tenant may bo better oil
than a farmer whoso land is mort
gaged, and who pays in Interest
more than many others pay In rent.
Hut it is contrary to our American
Ideas. New York Times.
- -----1 Ji- -!- J"' "TISE3IENTS. mscEUNEors.
A POSITIVE FACT.
The mo complete stock of DRY GOODS are to be found nt LUNN &
The best assortment and most reasonable prices In Parasols and Sun Shades
at LUNN & BROWN'S. , ,. c .
Over one hundred embroider-suits in Batise, Zephyr, iNanwok, bwla
etc.-all colors, and prices low at LUNN & BROWN'S.
A lino stock of Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings-best assortment oi
Gloves in Silk, Lisle and Kid Gloves, at LUNN & BRVWS S.
Carpets, Curtains, Curtain Poles, Rngs, Drapery Chains, Stair Caps, etc.,
etc., at LCNN & BROWN'S.
Do not forget the place and name 239, Corner State and Commercial St.
LUNN & BROWN.
the" besttock of stoves
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WADE & CO'S,
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
H. W. COX,"
(Successor to Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Orego,
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT JSIEDICIXES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Indian War cleraii9.
Then.' will be a meeting of liur
nettCamp No. 8, of Indian war vet
erans at the court hon-e in Salem,
.Marlon county, Oregon, on Monday
thu 28th Inst, at 11 o'clock a. m., for
the purpose of electing ollicers of
said cam), and alo to elect delegates
ef to the state camp which meets at
Portland on the 14th and 15th of
Charter Oak Stoves,
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES,
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware and Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriages.
Wl I,I,AMKTT13 UNIVKUSITV
TIIK KI.0CUTI0XARV PUPILS
MITIIi LOUISE mm,
J. D. McCully,
IS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
Red Letter 5c. Cigar,
OB-The best Ave tent cigar In the
H. V. COY
100 State Street Safem.
Overland to California
Oregon & California Rail Road
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE
Time Betneen Salem and Saa Franclw
Thirty-six Hoars. UU!,C'-
CALIFOKNIA KXrKESS TBAIN DAILY
Snlem l ,v I b on 7
Ar. San Frnn Ly.Jjb
LOCAL. PASSENGER TRAIN ( DULY-??
4.00 p. m.
0:30 p. m.
7:10 a. m.
8.00 u. in.
1:02 a. m.
12:10 p. m.
1M2 p. m.
H AT S
Ailnilwilon, 'Jfi It'MtH.
TlvkotH on Mile h
XTOTK'K IH IIKKKIIY OIVIIN TO
1 wiiiiiii n limy concern, tlmt thccoiHirt
ncrslilp lierotornre. iLxlotliig ht'tuicn Ciit
tcrlln A- Hlt'kN.pliotOKrnplierNli.ittliUiliiy
liccn iIIhkoImmI hy in tit mt 1 consent, L. J.
Illclts rcllrliiK. All ilclitn owIiik Uj Hit'
late llrnt Hroaw.iiiml mill arc pimtlilohv
i . .i. v minim, nil coillllHIct III llic IIUN1
iicmiiI Hie old Htnnil. All tlibls due the
wilil Into tlrm are ixi)auletn said Cattcrlln.
1 J. ('Aril U1.IN,
toH,WU L. J. HH'KS
ON UllCli BODY Fill POD,
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
2-10 COMMERCIAL STREET,
WM. BROWN TC0,
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS?
Excursion Sleepers for second-class uas.
bengers on all through trains freeof
Th.- t,C- ,!lroatl ferry makes con-Sec!,(S.v'u-.nl.1.tho
rcgul"r trains on the
Last Sldo Division from foot oi P street.
West Side Division, Between Portland
DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY).
7:30 11. in.
12:25 p. m.
JI'JtrNNVILLE EXPRESS TRAliH
4:50 p. m.
8:00 p. m.
Cv. Portland Ar.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Pacific Itatlroad.
For full luformotlon regarding rates,
maps, etc., apply to tho Company's agent,
fca,lcmJ ,Prpen- E. P. ROGERS,
It. JvOEHLKIt, Q. F. and Pass. Ag't.
Tlllt CVMIIIIATIG AT WOltli.
Tlit' ihiIIUchI iiKHiwi(in lnKn at
MHi'lniy nn SHtnrilny, whh cuiitiu
ihhI at Mnrlnn on Momluy furunoon,
wluri thu i-iHtikorH ilmwlnit hsiiihII
I'luwil, Hixl in tint HfUiriioou It whh
riMifutslIn Ji'tU.rwm. In this Inwt
ilc' tho Hr of wonls who wirtHl
III (lit) K'lllHll llllllMt, whll'll WHS
ilenwly jHit'kiMl. Kixmii which wo
xlumltl Jiuljtv thoro nro ntlll hmiio In-
UlriitK Htloiis huHtt willing to
miImmUimu mir ftMitl (toiUmt huio to I p...i ... ' " ..
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nn. r... nil ITVttlJ 1KJIHIII. im
hMlaiHM llU JHHIJth' Itt tlHMNl IHI III.
UvMllftl wll ihauy; mi tho vlHet
ihmuw of Mnritiii tvuiity IxjmiMUiw
U Ut Uml MilltUy by tlwlr ihKt,
ml tntal Ui lw ithmI Mitn r tlMr
Wkw MrtUii clM'whoiv to um
ikulc t.1 I...I K. I
uhri,.xwH.nu h h Uu. nult u ,U-n-l, .if ism, but tw Lk-
JL , wvmIoimI Hok Ht rnHKlwr,
Tw Uutchor' NmUquiU Ammh'Im- i MM,, if ' Wow Wlmwl w Ith
Uuu, Nt tltolr Kiiuuia umxIiu In H,M(UM Nttl ilUiMtch, It uvr MW
JMlM4tolkUi XxMcftlMV. MkMllUil m , w lwwvoi n ImumIi. If th nttuU-
ltUlut.UI h-IMUlllU tlwt tMlUlfej-.
UI bul I Uiiiii m Mtch w bu
I oiler ttie bot nihility of Ittme tlr mihhI
In llvviMird litlM mid uer, shwk! twko, ut,
l i'rird, wtMot mu'e.K W. If miu want
tllKlHWt t.tl)t MtHHl,tllHlHt ftirilHW WtMld,
Hllll lllfvlltHt MlKUl Hl tllll lillril.L'Uu
in MHiroiiler. Any tmler tnken now will
held kimi.1 to tcptemlHtr li.t. No int mont
n.'iiiHiiileil until tttxHl In dflhered. Now
Usmir tlinutoeiiKiiKe r "Inter's bui
plj tf wood.
(IKO. II. liOODllUIC
(HIIwMltlKl. V. JohUMMi.aVifommer
KLI PKKKINS AT I.AKUK.
Admll th lrvr or w IAl lil ow ii
mi htre In llif wtirld r no Hint
The Iwturc ulll tviniiifiiiv t Stultwk
HhHrii, miu tHmtiiiiitt till MiniflKHh rt-
tititwU him k u.m In tMi trf hii mwlilwit
hi llir l.vttirfr, or If h? IhhiM dl or be
thU ticket h III ndiult ilic btMirvr to
FRONT SEAT AT THE FUNERAL,
WhrvM eu ll MiutMOoy ItlniMdf th
ttim-iMinl ttiv lerturw.
TIlA Hinrl.AI D.!na.J O-l-
Mliillilittw hold ftirththBMnirtr. ..''" ,"? Ml. ' " O0UlS
UHin. A woll ihmuIiv ri.,Kwlor Im. ' llSwJWS3&S&!
Hnt uotiimM n.it.v of tho Jollor- iV OWL ,i ), nu. II
MUIIIH(ilKMllMtIIU.fu.ltalt. "N " ' llwwa ut "WM'.
ml tllot fttl to otorw in thUixmn- Vmh MiiywUro on onrth ftir W
ly; nut ir in iiwilit whtithoriHinf """
rOMilon Hiv HiiNlouti ftt nh dhIhi
HEQI'LIK QUAHTKHLY KWUtlNATIOX OF
ApplUMHW Air IOKhr twruilMlcw.
rvtMMW U UIMltfih vlWMH Ik.i .1. ...
In Ih ihiVIK rhauk of Mld chibu .
O Cfl H
Mri-m'"'' I ' " '"frnto "
Leather and Findings! T-W
0 .nN A. iflW
cask path Km, wTo AHfl Rnnfo
Wool, Hides, Pelts and Fins. W
No. 1 Ciuiiiiierehtl i, fe(T60jy
&VLKM. - . OREGON. ti'nW oC;
Oregon Railway and Navigation
"Columbia River Route."
Trains for tho east leavo Portland at 10:1.3
a m and 2 p in dally. Tickets to and from
principal points In tho United States, Can
ada and Lurope.
ELEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS.
Emigrant Sleeping Cars run; through on
cxpres trains to
and st. rAUii
Free of Clinrgo and Without Change.
Closo connections at Portland forSan Fran
cisco and Pugct Sound points.
For further particulars Inquire of I. A.
Jliiiinlngr, agent of tho company, Capital
Journal otllee, Court street, Balcm, Ogn.,
or A. L. Maxwell, Q. P. & T. A., Portland,
A. L. MAXWELL, G. P. AT. A.
H, H0LC0MB, Gcnl. Manager.
Importers nnd Dealers In
iIhI hoitl ut to U oml Uwy will
mu'h Sniwi th MtunUy bMww
uMWm! fur hhW Tho wwiluUoa w IH ' lHi,,M' ','MMl our "Clw will
Mcuw4Mt uoUiUii, but If Mmm ! hv ohimw tw hour nil tJwy Iwvi
mm m iMtMH. ouuim.u.iui Ht
"H M Vrtllf lur thr -tut. ..... ."l
iu, ih. -i3L'r.....7rv.. "". . "
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st Nntinnni Rab"
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIESH
btMrtuNV 0lr u kbwA- utr UImii
Mt Mfcr Ibt4r iJt. HjrUrMt Imuucv
lO M.V, Htttl WV UHW UU ikMlbt
wl t vimI- wMlWd. Tb
mnm it Hm Um
&mtm voiimr. to
TW Udkof tb . c. T. V. viiti
lvM44tuhrr Kir tfat Ammmh m
" ' "" " w (.aiiuurrv ul
A l)imliriAnrl....i. .
M. buckb,"uS Lr. r.
"-ce .nd ih birtWuwni'.SS.'SySS
Every one Warranted
JOBBJNG and HORSESHOEING.
(eneral .gonts for Oregon of
W. R PoKvtte's InfaliiHe Cra Core.
243 Commercial Street,
(0A K. Good'? oW MamL)
:- and - Pohle.
SAL1r, : : : : ; OREGON.