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Republican National Ticket.
Por VIco I'twtlileiil:
JilCVI I'. MORTON,
Of New York.
Poit I'itini:.vriAi Hiii:tnm.
Itol.ert .Mc'Uii,(ir Klutimtli County.
Win. KtiiliH,iif Miillnonmli I'nnnly.
C. V. rullmi.of Clnliii'.Omiity.
i'iiiisi:.NTi:o at ;oi;kt.
Tlio ViiiulcrliillM liuvo Iiumi to Kn
ropo, mid In Kiigluiul, 11 In wild, no
Aiiiurleiiim over cri'itluil so great it
MiiiMitlon. All tlio MncUiiy Hnlun
iloix hiId Into liiHlxiilllriinco lnwlilu
tliuni, and their k'IhimiI' London
wiiMHliort, hIiii'o tlio whole fitnhlon
alilo world pnuuptly Mtirrumlurcil to
t liwo moiiari'liH of liillllotiH. At
liomu they are not ranked among
tlio vruniu tin In uroiiio." Tlio liltio
blood who tnu'o their llneago liaok
to colonial tlnieH, and iiiuter the
nniiH of tlio IlleukurH, tlio Van
Jtunmlaorri, tho Van KuhaakH and
tlio lilvlnghtoiiH on their equipage,
look on tho iuvmuiI nionoy klngH hh
parvuniiH tho noiivoaux rlehon. In
fomlgii wipltalM AinerleaiiH aromip
iomi(I to ho all Koveiolgn, and a mil-
road king who countH IiIh wealth by
liuiidredMof inllllotiH, and Indulge
inoro luvlult iIIhiiIuv than erowned
humid, Ih adniltttMl Into tipper ten
iloni without. any lntilrliiriuloiit li Ih
Of court theiv wa a pixtKMitatlon
at court, and tho dldputehof, we are
told, "(pilte fall to convoy to tho
Ulidoifitandlng tlio full goijeoiimieHH
of Jim, Viinderlillt appeanineo
tiho led the line ofthe little Iwteh of
AinurUwiiH, under tho wing of the
United Htate milliliter, Mr. I'IioIim,
and her fellow country women wmv
ho taken with her JeweUand dlnplay
that they had no eyen for tlio Inferior
luagiiillcouci' of the ducho and
iHiuntitxMM who thronged tho ante
room. JeukliiM iltwrllii" tho Imly'n
get up In tliU llorld pixte:
Mix. Vanderlillt wore a tlrww
mado with a deiultiiilii of heavv
tintvtitte pink hmIIii lirttotulo wltli
wotitUuvl iHiuiiuetM of wild ro-ot hi
uold Hud cllver. 'l'lio long court
"mln hh of eivHiii-whlte velvet,
llnml thivuulioiit with ile yellow
Mttlu, and tMirdentl with a wide
Imuil of ciiu-w lilte cuiUnl iwtrleh
fWthoif. i'lie pink IkmIIco wh long
mill pointed nml ilrHinl with kllver
tWue, which wax held In mmHIimi
With ilo pink enainel wild it.,
wIiikh1 follrtire wiut diluted with
Tho fctlvtr tlue dwiH'rieH wtrt
liuld at their Juncture with tlietmln
with HudHiit cliatuti tif (IIkiikiiuU
and pvNrU. 1 ler ftn whu of civmiii
Ai ill out del i feather. Mini tliewtme
MHt mci In her Imir, held by a
HliKrii dlHinoud aigrette.
Iler mvklmv ofwilltHltvt wm (
ttiiMtwUt fIVl,iKK)liy tlie Uillw who
h4hhI kIkhk her and tiio- III htr
mr wt'rt' wltl ti reprvwut JLVtHW
mim. She wire lirmvletM and rlngti
ofone pnvlou Uutti, and evtMi
tlw rld handle of her (Wu wtw
tlilckly enenulttd with Ui JfWfU.
aUWri.v WUae.1 with IImum nritl
eoiw, ul even royalty, which
HiHtty rwpmU every oim with
uqunl tiMttifoivutv, oftoiwl IU ey
ami aurtol ( Uu Amertnui wituwuV
'ilil tmu lirtlly Iw chUwI rHibU
run itliupUWly, iuwI w miiuul
wmuW tliat iUriwl tueu w UoJWw
tMr wltM to ummIMMm1 In thU
WMll)' lliMry bou)l lw ktoavnl uu
wlUt wqtk'tou by the tuUlug ftunuM
at Uw wvM. Ur. lVww, who k
jHwaVdmii uT iW 'wkcUlt yatoiu
of milriMwl. eoiubUus In hiiter
umm of lU trttitiuout lu lh l'hkau
tXMltl' IU MlltfWl U tllO
ihuiiIiimU"Ii iw piwaitlMtt of Ih
1'ulitHt Mai.., I. ni w cntwtWJ out
by hte Mlow ihitofat, bwMta of
Ibe Mtwuttueiil bM lu tb popular
tulud liia( nalwiiy iuKuaU,
This tomfoolery in Uuckliighum
jmlitce explain the itopular feeling.
If jiuttlce reigned in our WR'lal rela-
tlon, wlien an employer ilndu lie is
getting more than lii Hlmre of the
pmflUi, lie would cat hi eye over
the wsg luKik, and even up to
Kline extent by si more equitable
apportionment of the earning-!.
Thin Ih Iionent John Waimamaker's
plan, the great clothier of Phila
delphia, anil we can uppoe he
tHken more real pleawire In adding
to the happltiewi of lilt hundreds of
employe, than lu turning all IiIh
wealth into diamonds and making
IiIh wife a walking jeweler's store.
In Minnesota, and Iowa, and Kan
ms, and Nebraska, tins farmers for
several years have been struggling
with low prices for their grain, and
cyclones, drouth and chinch bugs
have defeated their ueful labors.
As a coneomionco their farms aro
mortiniL'cd. anil the payment of
heavy Interest on their loans drains
their life blood. A railroad owner,
In the oxcrclso of wise judgment,
would adjust his freight rates to the
exigencies of tho times, taking a
fair margin for running expenses
and dividend on tho capital In
vested, but not oppressing his pa
trons. Hut wise Judgment is not ac
corded our heavy corporations.
Their plan Is to Ilccco all they have
dealings with ; to make the freight
pay all it will bear ; to pile up mil
lions in tlio hands of a few, and rob
and opprurti their workmen and cus
tomers. Tho iiuostlon Is whether
Hiu.ii oppression and rapacity are
Justllled and atoned for In the spec
tacle we Iiavo above presented.
When a complaint is made of popu
lar dissatisfaction at high charges,
tho imperious Mr. Vanderbilt says,
"d tho public!" J lis extortion
llndsvent in ills wifemakiuga holy
show ofhen-clf In a European court,
and his trusted lieutenant Is thrown
out of a political body because tho
pcoplo have had a surfeit of rail
MONS. TONSON AMAIN.
The Statesman went all tho way
to (.'ohoes Falls In Now York, to
llnd u cotton spinner willing to hear
testimony In favor of tho Mills bill.
D.J. Johnston Is the name of this
rara avis, and ho Is superintendent
of the Harmony mills of tho above
named manufacturing town.
According to our neighbor's state
ment this man Is a freetrader, and a
believer In this commercial policy
beemiso It will so starve out the
American operatives they, will not
have spirit left to strike for higher
wages. As we have remarked
hctorc, evidently tills man is u
nonius and his uciiualntancu is
wortli cultivating. Tho protection
ist press have abused lilin soundly,
anil he Units himself culled on to
defend his hwIUoii. Tho withering
charge of "free trader" has been
hurled at him, to which ho replies:
"I am not a free trader; on the con
trary, 1 am and always have Ihvii a
homo protectionist, and for tills
reason am in hearty sympathy
with the Mills hill. 1 would bo hi
favor of any measure that gives 10
jkt cent protection."
Ho seems to do his own thinking,
and gives his brother iiiaiiufaiitiitvrs
this wholesome cautien: "Mann-
Aiutuivra who opposo a revision of
the tarltr, Mug blind to
the growing soiitlititnit in Its
favor, make a gtvat mUUike, as
they will rtntl when a measure of
tarltl reform shall K pasted, not
by ivpuhlleaiis ordtniioorats, nut by
larlll' reformers, making the duty on
manufactured goods from 10 to 15
latrcvut Um tlinu in tlio proont
'UtoiY Is Mime dli-eour1 of rwnsin
lu this; an exwvWo of the attribute
tlwt ksiks Iwfoiv. and afiw. Wo
rlud a long leter from tbls Mr.
Johiuton, xtiwlfty cojihmI lu th
MwUtru jouruals, In wbleli Ih shows
hliioslf not tint mm thing bUUu
akltv the 8latMUUui wouhllutw lis
Ullevs Uit m lUMii who can put twi
ami two toucher, muI knows how to
sliug the (JuHn's Knylllt. lie dt
aeritst with wmi vigor tin extra tHf
aut i"wof our rvHib)kHU ksubMVOu
ertMHHuk ipMfethMM, ami tluNt aihW,
"If not to follow kuob uieu awl
Mlofti tit4r woMurtM k to bo a
iWinoorat, tbwi 1 awt tlw tkolgMK'
tiou; but whether h ilotuocnit or a
rtubllrao, 1 uttMui toWx -wry ua
uVtthNit otto. Mdlua ftcvunltiit to
in' omu oourlotlon."
Ho much Air Mr. JohtttMou, who at
our wmilnc outotn ho luUouuw!
lo a Morkw oouut' aoOWac. W
Hud hhu a uoil Mlow, m w pe
dtetctl we luuM. and oau uirfwly
g' of him I hit! h-.- rvprwnu a obo
of HiMiiUhotUMN whotH itoUtkal
niaufew will flud It ban) to deal
; w ith.
If Chicago, two years ago, a
mason's Horse leu iroin tne nnn
story of a building and descended
on the head of Rev. Chae. 15. Mande-
ville, pastor ofthe Western Ave. M.
E. church, of that city. He brought
suit for damages In judge Atgeld's
court, ami last week a jury awarded
him $30,000. The verdict Is against
A. .1. Alexander, of Covington, Ky.,
owner of the building. Alexander
has moved for a new trial.
Tin: San Francisco Bulletin says
the Examiner "does not know a
tarill from a handspike." When a
suspicion was east on Hamlet's
soundness of mld, ho said, when
the wind was southerly, he could
toll a hawk from a handsaw, l'er-
liajw the Examiner also may
its lucid intervals.
TLe CurralllD Ccltlirntion.
Col. T. C. Smith returned from
Albany this morning. Ho met and
had a consultation with Lieut.
1'carce of E Co., and with Col. W.
M. Hong, manager of the O. P. It.
It., in reference to tlio coining cele
bration of the 4th of July at Corval
lis. The details of the transportation
question were settled. Tho three
companies from tills county will
leave hero on the evening of the
3rd, and will bo met at Albany with
a special train which will transfer
them to Corvallis that evening,
where arrangements have bcon
made for their entertainment. He
turning, a special train will bring
the companies to Albany in time to
catch the early train for this city on
The military exercises will begin
in the morning with formation of
the regiment, followed by review by
llrlg. Gen. J. M. Siglln and stall' at
10::!0or 11 a.m. In the afternoon,
a sham battle will take place.
mirklrn'fi Arnica Satre.
Tlio best salvo in tho world fin
cut!, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hnud-,
chilblains, corns, and ull skin orup
lions, and positively cures piles, or
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or mone,
refunded. Prlco 25 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.
FARMERS, -:- LIVERYMEN
Ami others In need of
It will be to your intertft to cull upon mo
Iwfnre piirctmttliiK olMWherv, a l liuvo tho
larvi-itl and uiifet complete HH'k In the city.
1'rk'tw reduced to kiiIi the time. Just re
ceived u lino lino of
Carriage Harness from A. F. Risslcr k Co.
For which I am mU agent. TlictoJliarneitB
lira all muili;rmm
First Class Pittsburg Leather,
Warranted. The fln.t Hue of Dusters,
lltilpcy ltolKM.aiut Whlw In theclty. All
thmiipxMlii I am wiling at ery eliv-o ilg
urti. ThaiikliiK tho public forthelr liberal
xitniUHK In tho pant, I Mial! endeavor by
ktrlct Hltvntlon to buelunM to merit a con
ttuuauct) of their fitMira'u the future.
1C. 8. LAMPORT
Dr. I-I. SMITH
Nowlln po tpLnUmofa new (IWoivryln
imsllctne, whKli i purely MhHwlantMthet
U H ml Ado i1uhii liiiriaiilaiimutely itti th
mirrttundliuc Ummhm of tli teeth,
it M 111
my inlMruw tr uniMcoMini io iiw
Um-Iv. Th iiwiHitodiirersof It elnlm Dial
lu iium1 tut m er Ikvu known beront, Hint
bv applying 11 to the mmmIIIxo or Mira
iM'lli, I hey VMll b i-lonncd mul rilled
without paMi. Snitll ttnw that wuut nil
MiuUof driitttl ttirk iloue wKIkhiI twin,
wtmlil Wtkw mil ou tr. II. Smith. OWth
xlrttHl Sir 0 ntnla,
CRONISE & WILSONr
(Ih Stel Imtumtmi Hullitluc)
(Kl worts. hVir ttrkM. l'rowipt. lte-
CITY TAX MICH
Ttw CttY TVs NnU
now In v wn iik
Otty MMwiMa Mid
VOW HAUOA1NS UN'
F" U R N 1 T U R B
. KOTAK VI11TNY,
Htt Cwwt St, ht , Qwfw.
HartM MimM out Utr tvowladw M U
HI mi wwar imttm iumu m UMai
vnmt'K nt hkkkiu i.ivkn to
1 t " r " " i Uu ningn
KMIKil nwi, rn.4.ni.hrrlukihlMS'
WMI lMltvd tuuiual . .iM.nl, Ll
tut Arm arv m
VII .1. II. ..u 'iu tit
tim.xl .u.t ih ictirbtokr
K. I. Ukllcf Ul
.Miiiuu .u Kkthmm-
I IW ti!4 toiuL All .k I u du ih
M Ui Ira m m N u :, i fei
Bid i muillii
r. j t iTrj
MUW I. J. 1IKK8.
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Wednesday, June 27, 1888,
Special enasfcement of the emi
nent Irish Comedian.
T. J. FARRON,
(Late Baker & Farron)
In the mott Miecetwful musical
comedy of the day.
Under the mansement of
J. II. Dobbins.
AmniiB the songs rendered by3Ir. Far
ron will be some tlmt have made him
famous wherever the KnelUh language Is
iHken, including such favorites as "Mr.
MK'nrlh v." "llemeiiiber,I!oy,yoirre Irish,"
"The Kxlle's Irfiinent," "Corporal Mulca
liv," "I.enn, The Strawberry Olrl," "Tim
Flaliarty," and others.
H. K. DUBOIS.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Krom !l to Si per day.
SALEM, - - OIIKU H.
W, M. SARGEANT
Keeps n lino stock of
Wall Paper, Borders anil Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Chests, Velocipedes, Bicycles,
UASKhTS, anil all kluds of HUMES.
Mouldings and Frames Made to Order.
Tlssuo paper, leaven and centers. Don'
forget tho artlHt material, Mich as Tube
PnlutHofnll kluils. Brushes of all sizes,and
Blenders. Also tlio
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
Jlnts for fmiiiox ot nil sizes. In fact every,
thing else tlint can bo thought of.
Cgmo and See for Yourselves
FAJtn.Ut'S BLOCIC, STATK
HAIi hinds of Furniture mailo to order
A mil Hue of Caskets aluttyi. on hand.
Carpel ltua. Cnwkery, JIn Ware. Tin.
ware, WatKniery .NiHldim oAill lWi1l)tUu,
Mlrrma. l'Wuw, axnlc IoJw, MotiMluat
and W'lmtowSlmilw. llolurrmmlivf and
all kluiU of Job work In wood a spocutllj-.
Tobacco and Clears.
Qeods Mhl mi the Inmdlmant titan,
AHitteii al vry Sat unlay.
IIIIhwI im)i trk paid ftr mwhhI
O. P. SMITH,
BMkl tar tMlnkvu. (Ml tor prtaM tar Job
Nmliil tewwrt ih Ortytm.
L M. WAITt, Sit, Of.
Cm t SM UMi ff 0fn H,
. . NVAT1CIKS. - Prop
MORSISSl-IOEING ! !
am IM imiwwrM mmanm or boin
lh mhmmtam afiuUtr MUua, too.
,d IlilwOlliii. A. IfiMtmnii
Ikia la all mm. Raair ki ui wii
mm wmw to utaa.
JOHN KNIGHT, Th Homshor,
M (.MUawfCtal rirMI. Mttoat. Or.
THE CAPITOL Mill CO,
attention to what
Know All, liv these presents: That the Capitol Adventure Co. neither
slumbers nor sleeps, but are awake and up to the times, and know well
that owing to the depression of business in the East there will be many
failures. Now we want to be ready to capture any bargains that may
be offered on account of such failures, and to do this it will be necessary
for us to be on hand in New York and Chicago, in person, and be armed
with plentv of the commodity commonly called Cash, with which we
am boast the people of this country are well supplied, and iu order for us
to get it, we will from now until the first of August offer such bargains
as will induce tboe having money to divide with us.
You all know that our ilanager hns Dcen in business hero for the last
twenty years and always docs as he advertises. About August 1st ho will
start East to buy a largo fall stock, and hi order to do this wo will oiler
our whole stock of goods consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Trunks, Valises, Tobacco, Cigars, Paper, Envelopes, Notions, etc., at a
great sacriilce, and in order that the general Public may know that we
mean ousmess, we mention me pneu
A good Hemmed Handkerchief for 1 ct
A sliver, gold or steel thimble, 1 ct. each.
A spool of Clark's, Coat's or Kerr's Thread,
A spool Reed Sewing Silk, best brand and
assorted colors, for 3 c.
2 spools Silk Ilutton Hole Twist for 3 c.
2 skeins Saddlers' Silk for 3 c.
lhhcet gold, sliver or plain Card Board,
1 c. worth 10 c.
1,000,OX) doz. Horn nnd Cloth covered
Dress lluttons worth 25 to 60 c. a doz.,
for 6 c ii doz.
100,000 doz. Fine Jet nnd Metal Buttons,
wortli GO c. to SI a doz. for 10 c a doz.
1.000 vds. Lace worth 5 c. a vd.. for lea vd.
a c. eacii.
Lace worth 10 c. per yd. will be sold for 3
and Sen yd. Other Edgings and
Kmorouierv in nronornon.
A goou article oi uenv summer unuersninsunu Drawer? ior iw c. each.
Tho above aro only a few of tho genuine BARGAINS that wo will offer. Besides
those our wholo stock will bo offered at prices lower than anywhero else in tho city,
without any exception.
Wo aro not going out of business but aro here to stay nnd only do this to make room
for our large fall stock. Call and bo convinced. Buy nnd bo happy.
Itcinember these bargnius can only bo secured at tho Opera Houso Corner, from the
Capitol Adventure Co.
S. FRIEDMAN, Manager,
All kinds of Farm Produce Bought.
Having licen continued as Assignee of A. Mayer, I will now
offer the entire stock of
Dry Goods, Rancy Goods,
And Gents' Furnishing Goods,
1 .. None .. Roscrvcd, .-. all . Must . Go!
YOU WHO HAVE MONEY
Can Secure Bargains !
AH Sales Strictly for Cash.
Bank Block, Thrfee Doors South of 1st National Bank.
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES!
Scriber -:- and -:- Pohle.
we will Mention !
ui some 01 our gouus 1111 august 1st.
1000 fine Ostrich riumos for 50 o each
Ijirce stock of flowers, price no object.
Ladles' Chemise 15 c. each, worth 60 c.
Ladles' Night Gowns, 60c. each wort hSUS
And all our stock of Ladles' Whlto Goods
50,000 l.ndies1 Hat Frames 10 c. each, worth
50 c. to $1 each.
12 Fish Hooks nnd 1 Lino for 3 c.
Good Scrubbing Brushes 5 c, each.
Good White Wash Brushes 10 c. each.
Best Patent Clothes Fins 5 c per doz..
Good Fly Hooks, 2 c. each.
50 Beams Letter Paper, 2 c. per quire.
10 H Letter Paper, 5 c. pec quire.
jiai ooz. -Memoranda uooks, l c. cacn.
600 boxes Lubln Toilet Soap, 9 c. per box
wuriu . u.
Assignee of A. Mayer.
A fine line of hacks, buggies, carta, car
rtatw, backboard, etc llotli our own
make and the ban eaxern made buggte.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBJNG and HORSESHOEING.
and Ml CHlwuiMiirt mmtMnttm.