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EVKNIJffl CAPITAL JOUKNAL
I'lIMI.IHKllI
.VERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
BV TIIH
Ca-iUl Journal Pubtithing Coman".
( isormi-oHATfin
(IMrf, U'l Cart Slrrel, 0ra Mom Illwk.
TKUMH "C 8tnCIUIT10N
HAII.Y.
Oitejrwr, Itjc mll in W
Tnr hwhIIw ity until 1
for wmk iMlvttit liy Hrrir 16
WKKKI.T.
Om yr -II W
HUt i win lli .. r 75
One rnr, If lt for Ifi mlrmiw, .. 1 )
MX IIHHltlMI, 0
-'( inanlrm arts aulltoriM'd lo re
w)v uliMrtitliii.
.Mr. T. I). I'nrlw It Hir duly nutliorlFctl
tFHVttllnKIHpttlt.
VKnlrmt mi ocnnMl-rlsw) innllrrHt th
Mliii.lrwniii,r-Nrtfl'. Mnrcli K. m.
VI!I)N1I)AY, MAY 0, 188H.
Himmwi ii wmmi mnim mmmw rww
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
CViiiKrfowmHii,
HINdlCK IMIIIMAN.V.
Hliir('liiu JiiiIkv,
W. V. I,OltI).
rrrtlftfiillwl IJeetnni,
KOIIIIHT MCLEAN,
W.M. KAI'L'H,
C. IV. VUh'IOS.
I'roK-eutlUK Attorney Tlilrd I)lt
II. II. IIHWJTT.
MARION COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
nrritMBXTiTlvM,
J. II. WAI.IIO, Mtcl(-).
T. T. dKKII, rlllirrtun.
J. Q. WILHON, felt-in.
H. LAYMAN, Wtwlburn.
V!u, AHMBI'llONO, Hull Hi Hi I cm.
iitmrr,
Ii M. CIIOIHVN. H.lt-w.-
Cl.tllX,
P. J. HANCOCK, felrlu.
KMMUDtll,
1. II, HTAIIII, l'.itt K.lfin.
THEAainmi,
A. 0. CONIMT, Aniii.Hllf.
HrHHHIl,
A, I. IILAG'KKIIIIY. mhrlton.
CtlMUMMInltrM,
A. ill. COIIM.I.IIH, Mirlon.
W. T. (HUM, IliibUrtl.
n.mi, mi-niimrMiiNT,
ii. w. Yonr.ii, Hiivtrtuu.
' UUVKYOIl,
W, 1. Ullt.YI'.ll. KmI Hull-in
IKIIMIMH,
Iln. 1). 0. IIYI.ANIi, WiHHlliurii.
KAUMWrNliss AMI mitt IJNhi:.
The dlllVivnce between u limn
who U in oui'iitwl and u mere dllel
taut U to lie wu In the letteref Hejn
iwimtiitlvo Hermann, (pulilllu'il In
iiurMHirytHterdiiy,)uiid the lllp
INiuity of the Kliiltwiimn. Mr. llcr
liliiiili In iUMili(llililo lor re-elect Ion,
bUt IllHMUIMMlf (lllly to lllrt (MIIIHtlt-
uciiIm rolaliiH him nl Ills HMt. IIU
publle recoil d.'lit U'foio tlu pcopld of
Oivkoii, and In lonkHto them to ex
irMrt their tNUimt nf his w urlh while
hi oiTiiplen IiIm netit In (Hingnw
wHtehlng fur their luteiinta. 1 1 Im
eye U on the republican mpera of
Oregon, and the Mnilegy nf (be par
ty umiMnerw, hm I lie genenil in
notion watchtwlheiiHivuiiicutM ot'liU
(ItvUlniM, and the Jiulnnient and
celerity of hUMUlinrdliiates In cMrry
lug out his plan. Mr. Hermann
xpratHM hU imtUnu'lliin with (he
fHltliflll(iMiH-rwtl(ili leudeled him.
Ilewyit: "I inn under iHxtliig ubll
Katlniutothe Cahtai. .lorii.v.vi.,
ami tho other repiilillean nepa
m of Oinuou fur their jkwIouh ad-via-aey
of my election." He kimus
IiIm wueeem ImnuK on the a d ulveu i .
i,i, i... i.i . "'Y" Un the I'rlbuueneMsnsim, w ho pni-
liliu by bU mrly louriials. llei . .
kimwa tim, as Hamlet Imsevpnwtsl
It: "A tier your death yen mciv U'l
torlmveHlmd epitaph, tlmu tbelrlll
report wblle , on He." Ilemv he
extwids a cheery Millie and a heaity
hainlJmke to all. He Mania voti
to tMMure bin MicvwM, and every
piHra(niieytlmt i'hii bring him
lipHHt at the ptilltt, he mHimiiimi ks
eitlWtsl In tlioemiM.
Ht thHtateiiMU wlltor m no
-Hell ltl latere at .-take, bis ir
net oiwrgbw nrv not mImmiHhi In tlw
irttiliif (.tniggbi. He eau U rtuloal. j
wlHurtlw, dUHitMtliMM. Ha
m'miiIh to W tbiMigbt n Ug tivJtut In
tlncikiiJ, Hitd thu MiUiMi airs
that MViktletit. He irvmit to
tell mIm( rHibliiiui nisy lKe
their lkkit ihiM MiktiiUtv. wblk.
tltUM who tu hX lt hW fuiKre(l.
a arv to Im dri-en km ay m Ith
xMituuily. If Uk ivuliUmii mmii-
ty wiumilUee mu U eouuly mndl-
Uum, M)Miare(rviMKuf mihW, j
NU 4Ull UtK UV. I'lTA l. Jul' H-
xai. kiorttt u. Mnpltn. nil uiw.l the m It of Uw
UMM(, Miw )iriuld UUUMWXMM pan- j
Till elUur -ia ftr IVimun (or j 4M lu i4mm (Ihmv vh msi nvrd
)iMMlWnt, lhlrty- wn j r wu, Md . li vwUlMg illKrvm. 'lit eit-,
1m MXrktt utt .4et for Uie jy Ihmw t hUhU all day d(H9Wn4u
fwrfuiw. VUu IwlkM mmv U.,Mbehf utuiw ur mm iwuiwy W
Mtttttntt tu nuklnlMlu rvpuWtrwn ' u'i M,I ' '! vMtluc Uwy
)tHttci,4(, h0 houkWed ht uitUvi "W"' r UrM.lialW Umr a!4 '
HH nwMMil Willi UUMglutvut UUl
Htmml oiut(tuuMawUtwwl.ul
rfiHbttmukMi v, tmtktoil. Nun i
lU M) wUUir T uhr WhUMHMtq ltk ;
hU bo hM ttu rliti o vom Dm h
tJMMjig' lmtihibk Jmflmuiim
MEMORIAL DAY.
To-day the hallowing custom wa
rejieaUMl of strewing the grave) of
the fallen hermn of the war with
elmiilelf. Through every northern
state, the xurvivora of that dreail
uontllct rqmlr to the ulleiit cities of
the dead, to jmy reelect to the mem
ory of their comrades who have
lwen niut-terisl out, and to revive
the recollection of tlio-e times when
they and all their countrymen were
llftcsl above the level or humanity
by oominon danger, anil all were
knit In-art and hand in the onefii
jireme eliort to save their country.
The young and the fearlew went to
the war, women and the aged May
ed at homo to pray for their wafety
and to support them in the Held.
KacrlllcfH were niaile by all, the dif
ference wan only in degree. The
w:oro and a half of veterans who
jwmiled our atreeta this nfternoon
have lout the elasticity of their
former stejH and their heads are
white with the frosts of ago. liut
their Uvea are sunctllled with tho
jktIIm they bravely met and the
iiardHhlrt they endured In the cauuo
of liberty. Their burled oinrades
went down in the hot blast of war,
giving up life that the country
might live, and the gratitude and
aH'ccllon of the country keep their
graved verdant. Thls Is no day for
the renewal of party strife, hate is
not carried to the side of sleeping
heroes. Ily tills annual custom the
tires of patriotism are kept alive 111
our breasts, and thesentlnientof tho
jieojile is exalted by the contempla
tion of grand achievement.
Hiiw nil-nil th.lnte wlm Kink binxt,
11) till Illl-lrollllllO H HIHIieH Ull-Sll
WIiimi rlliR", Willi l-wy IIiikitkcoIiI,
llctnniK luilci'lt t ln-li ImllinxHl mould,
Hill' tlieni nhiill ilross it BWeelrr noil
TIiiiii I'lim-y'it fi-t-t i-M-r inn!.
Ily Inlry IminU lln-lr kiu-ll Ix iiiiik',
Ily rnriiin iiiim-cii llivlr dlrKe U miii;
'1 Ill-re honor mmm, it lillKiiiu Krny,
To lilmstlic lurf Unit uniw lliilrcliiy,
Anil l'riwloin hIiiiII nwlilln ri'pnlr,
'I'd ilui-ll u u-iiliK lii-rmll llu'ie.
what Tin: Tvri:s ha v.
We attempted to ask in our paper,
a day or two ago, whether thoa'puli
llcaus could nH'onl to exile them
selves fioiu jxiwer and place "on
eloo commuuloii," hut the coiumw
Itorwhosctlt pieferred to have the
(piestlon iiiul"oii cloxe commission,"
and so it appeared in print. The
freaks of the tyiics are amusing.
The Oreguiiliiii yesterday eoutalus
an nrllele nil dehorning cattle; ill
success lias attended tills cruel oper
ation of late, and the writer Is made
toNiy, "beforeany more ill-dionoring
Is done," etc. A week ago, In tho
same paper, I'rof. (I. M. Miller, the
prohl eandlilate for congress, was
shaken upnulte roughly, the writer
llulshlug bis (Irade with calling him
"a socialistic tilackgtiard." The
not day a correction was made,
the editor bail written 'Vclollstlc,"
but the lypi-Mitter and the proof
reader wanted It othervie. Some
years ngn this writer furnished a
story for a New York Jourpal, the
title "Mutiny in Camp." It tilled
four or live columns, and the word
"mutiny," which oeeura'd at least a
diMM'ii tlnuw.every time was changed
Into "meeting." Hut the niiwt
anuiflng "change of copy" was per
petrated on lloraiH' (ireeley, wluwe
wilting nwcmhled hplder traek".
I'm n nkllKsl iiiiupooltots M-ere kept
feansl a spi-elal aptitude for deolph
erlng his hleroglyphU, and when
they had Mt up an editorial from
Hie -en of that glfled wlltur, with
! the title 'William 11. Seward," the
phmf m a carried to Ills desk, headed
"Itlehard the Third." The whlto
wwiisl phlloMipher Ma profane, and
he U Mld to have Morined a little on
that ihhmsIoii.
l.l. TVI.K AMI NO UIIMIIt.
i
- I
In Ifcvehurg, amanlliiK in tlm
I'MtludeMlw, "toiriiriH- im lariir' is
the (pmend tuple f convert bin
iHtMVHHiwyK. Tills rwiulnd- lit. nf IM-
vld A. Well' ex.iuWte iKilltlml t
Ire, "Itohhtoill CntMteV Isboul."
TIm" IiiIimUHmiU Mervolmrt uf imi.
vliw, and tlw twtOef. were oryiiiR
"" ,,,llk- l mviummt made
"'l,l "W mHr nwumy "
lw dwlrynwn bad lrg (wkaw ,rf
M,,,k 1 tHl; lnt Uh !H
MV MtlMMl, Mild UUIy gtVW H-Uft.
H""" (lIMHtaPi WW Vital iU-
Uou- muOmh-: '"VU In.
aWuU at Um kUiwl )toMl UmIt
MIKJ eaMtMlM4Ml m hat all!
UMty innM On wm. io pAM iw-
kmt IU" TW )MilHaiiM at
Johnny Gkarin iii a speech
inmleat AMorlann SHtunlay even
ing, asked the young ilemooratfl "to j
train under the banner of one of the
noblest Htatwmaii that God ever
made O rover Cleveland." .This
will do. There Is no accounting for
tatte, Wahington and our revolu-,
tlomiry fiUhera are nowhere. '
Tiik .Statef man editor wu are in-
forllu.i; fo working on the model of
an ingenlouH invention, designed to
win an election without votes. It
"r o ' wl '
lJn,-lSJ!Tl.u..S;!
j he will not have It ready by!
will be
complet
tunato lie will not have it ready
Monday next.
lah i or Wool.
Highest cash price paid for wool
Jn the Opera JIousj block.
b Ijvv.
MJW TO.DAYi
Democratic Stale Ticket
For Presidential Klcvtors,
w. r. i:rriNni:it,
W. II. lllliYKU,
i:. It. SICU'WOHTJI.
For CoiiKi-HmiiiMii,
JOHN M. (ll.'Altl.V.
rirHiiirL-nie Jiulgo,
joiin iitTNirrr.
Tor l'lD-x-Oiitlnu Attorney .til District,
(i. w. iu:ir.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
I.rt,'lnlalor,
1'ItANK FlH.I.HIt,
W. 11. JIOWNINO,
T. ,. DAVIDSON,
niAltl.18 MII.MMt,
W. V. DUOAN.
Hhorlir,
HKNItV SCIIOmXkKH.
Clerk,
W. I. KAY.
;iti-conler,
C. 11. COI.KMAN,
TriHimircr,
n. U. VAN WAONKIt.
Coniinlwloner,
X. MATIIIllir, I,. HAIIDINO.
Hchixil Hiiporinti-niti'iit,
JOSIll'H A. SUIJAVOOI).
SnrM-jor,
. (ioitAi.irr.
Aw.ew.or,
iiiinhy rAiticim.
Coroner,
J. A. ItOTAN,
FOR SAIiK.
(lneia of HorMvi, hOM-ii yiwixilil.
One I.uiiilier Wiikoii.
Onu lliick.
One Mine mitt Colt,
Twol'ottii,
One ymrlliiK Colt.
One lliirrow.
Oiiueiilllvator.
One. Iitinil Drill.
One Plow.
DoulilnIIiirnt,
I 'or iwrlli-nlrtrtt iwlt Ht K. 8. Winters A
Tliomiih' ktuie, HX) Court treel.
ilUt-wIm T. K. TtVKKIt.
-THE
KUI'IT
OUKOX
DKYKK
Is Simple of Construction,
- vs
KA8Y OK OI'KKATIUN.
Awantal rtrsi ir'iiiUiin Ht Die OnwiMi
Stalf lr ltA X XV Ml S7 ituil 1 I he iVll
KhiiIm Stat l-'Mlr, IsST, tout s-mi JiswiuIh
inmi rwir, is.s,.
Mimufcrtuiwl In Ux kUr. t"or elivekr
" im iwMnw
H- P. JOKY & SON,
l. o. H. utut. M-n0r-k.on
" lrr Kummw furWJtHl !.
Wl UUAM IfflTIC UNIVERSITY.
M1CCONO RUCITAI.
TIIK KLUCimONAUY Pl'IMIiS
xnrriK LOUISE
Fritlriy Kvoning,
A Jw ri. mate. T
Juno
TtarUntiwkiM
CA3IPAIGX ADlHtBSSKS.
ott IW MarkMi nwuiu-
at iW kT M dm Mkws
m iwrTCuwur I.
tntrtiw In
&&?
mm ttmim ii in.
-' " - "
tt.WnGiriw, M to-ttwk
twaw. ww. Jtoj L loVfcwfc,
HlMHWMyt
OHOk K. WTLNJ.TT.
mu xuutmum n
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A POSITIVE FACT.
The most complete stock of DRY GOODS are to be found at IjU2JX &
imowN's. 'y
The lxwt assortment and most reasonable prices In Paixols and bun bnades
at LVSS it BROWN'S.
Over one hundred embroidery suits in Bat tee, Zophyr, Nansook, bwls
p.hII colors, and jirices low at LUNN & BROWN'S.
a fine stock of Dr Gnods. Silks and Trimmlnes-best ufrsortment or
Gloves in Silt, Lisle and Kid Gioves, at LUNN & BRmVN'S
mrpct,, Curtains, Curtain 1-oles, lings, Drapery Chains, Stair Ca,,, etc.,
etc, at LUNN & BROWN'S.
Do not forget the place and name 239, Corner State and Commercial St.
LUNN & BROWN.
fgOTLWJWXHWJgg
. Ll.ltf!J,CTSaBgEMlimttlTWWHgJlJJU
THE BEST STOCK OF STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WADE & CO'S,
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.-
i
..vslAl
Im
f f. ,&?.'. - IM
WW
AND MANY OTHER
Also a Complrtc Slock of Hardware anil
mourns BmmKjvwLwiuAajvxwii
.rS!EFa&i'ma
knar3jiiV!
VA l7 irvw4
. mAfilHri
K-cvnr fTt?ti'i'v
"WuJ
t&isir
J. D. McCully,
IS ItECEIVINCJ
--H AT S
FURNISHING-
LMI COMMEUCIAI, STKEET,
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
HACKS-:-AND-:-BUGGIES!
iWwv!
SCRIBER
WM. BROWN & CO.
DKAI.KK IN-
B I O Q (TS
SI -: H
' I Wv0, V !l
s. SjiTS. ft
n, 1 v-
-- s h"o"bTs
Lillici1 mul Fimliiigs!
OASH 1AII) FOR
WmI, Ilite, hk hn
SAbKM. ORKQON.
jiMjjjUBfmn
Garland Stoves,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Bririiton .Ranges,
LEADING STYLES.
Farm Machinery, Wagons anil Carriages.
A FINE LINE OF
AND-
GOODS, ETC.
- - SALEM:, OREGON.
A tine lino of lini-Us, buggies, carts, enr
rlHRO, liuckboanK, cte. lloth our own
make ami tlio bpst on-tcrn made buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBJNG and HORSESHOEING.
liillon tlioundorslgnoil, wngon mul oir
rliiKO iimkcrMiiid bluekKUiltlis, 'iU, 3V
ami Mil CnmmeivlHl street, Siiloin.
and Pohle.
GiiocnniKs.
Caoh Grocery Stop
ISAACS. STEIN ER, Proprietor, i
124 State v'St, Sale.m.
iV;fn!l stock ef
Groceries, Canned Goods, Fresh Vegetables,
Etc. Just received n nice article In
New -."-Orleans -:- Baking -:- Molasses.
Si)
Evaporated Apples,
Evaporated Peaches,
Evaporated Nectarines,
Evaporated Apricots,
Evaporated Pears.
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Dried Peaches,
Dried Apricots,
Dried Currants,
Dried Apples,
Dried Grapes-
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
Smyrna Figs,
Raisins,
Persian Dates,
Weller Brothers'
201, Commercial Street
V(fl(W
KELLER & SONS,'
Arc Still on Top,
WITH
Renewed Life !
Increased Patronage !
Heavier Sai.es !
New Goods r
Join the procession and send In your
orders wo will treat you line.
Every body spenks In prnlseor our canned
goods. Tliey ennnot be btipast-ed In quality
Look nt our display window! ns you pass.
Tliey are tilled ith delicious things.
For tlio Ijidles : Call nnd ttxnmllie our
1ibor-Snvlng Carpet Sweopew four bly le.
Feather dusters always, In stok.
.Tanialoa ISminnns direct from'yK'ew York
lllg fellows and very Juicy.
KELLER & SONS,
Tho Grocers.
Grange store
Salon Co-Opcrativo Association
V. of H.
DK.VI.HltSlIN
Choice Groceries,
Frovisions, Fruits,
and Vegetables,
Crockery, Glassware,
Butter, Eggs,
and Lard.
ALL, KINDS OF"
Produce Bought!
JAMES aITKEN, Maniftr.
126 State St., - - . SALEM, OR.
H. K. Dullois.
JOF. DUBOIS
Dubois brothers,
Proprietors
Clicineketc Hotel.
FREE BUS.
Siifile Rooms for Comniefclal Traveiars.
rl to pwCJa.
SAI.KM, . . onHOlMV.
HOCKY M0LT'TAI'
; Coffee h ous !
i
ties in Fruits
rni n v i l n
i no ncuc urocers,
U SUc UMjr, ffJ0fM Hmw,
S. Q. WA'TICIMS. -- Prep.
a-M 1 at all bum, from i to S."e
IWM Ciu
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