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Per week delivered by carrier....... 15
One year ................. II 60
Hlx month.... ... . 76
Ono year. If pn'd for '" ndvnnce....... 1 00
Bix months, " ' " 60
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a-KnU-rcd iih second-class innttrr at the
Itepublican National Ticket
Of J milium.
For Vlto President:
JiKVI 1 MORTON,
Of Now York.
Foil I'ltlWIDKNTIAI. Kl.lX'J'OIlH.
Ilobvrt McIiiii,oT Klitinutli County.
Win. Kniun,or Mnllnomiili IVmnty.l
C AV. Kullon.of Clatsop-County.
SATURDAY, AUGUST IB, 1 888.
meiii: tiiei'iii.i: run Tin: haimh.
There Is (lunger of the Utah plank
lu tho Hipulillcan platform being
distanced and out of date before
tho -Ith of March next. It declares
tho political power of the Mormon
church a menace to free institutions,
nnd pledges the republican party to
appropriate legislation to divorce
the political from the ecclesiastical
Mwer. Can the keen and vigilant
politicians who framed these resolu
tions bo Ignorant of the fact that
the Mormon hierarchy Ih deprived
of its former money power, and has
thus forfeited a large share of its
political (loiiiliiiilloiiV "Ho (hut
carrl"s the bug," says an Ungllsh
reviewer, "has many forces at his
bauk; but an empty sack cannot
Htiiml upright." Wo have before
told of the enforcement of the law
of congress which limits (Improperly
of a church establishment lu tho
territories to $60,000. Under this
iron statute the Mormons in Utah
have been coiniHillcd to deliver up
to a United Ktates tecelver costly
temples and other church buildings,
valuable city property and tracts of
fertile land, timbered canyons and
witter courses, railroad and telegraph
stock, herds of cattle and Hocks of
slice), nnd other stealings and ac
ciiinulutlonsof nearly half a century.
Yesterday a Washington dispatch
gave a list of county Judges in Utah
appointed by the president. Wo
will explain the slguillcamv of (his
proceeding. In territories the
chief executive and Judicial olllcors
are itpKlutcd by the pnvddcnt, and
their salaries paid out of the national
treasury, lint the legislature, the
county and municipal olllcors are
elected by the oopUi. The district
and supreme courts of Utah being
thus lu (he hands of fed end ap
IMilutcos, very Inconvenient Judicial
Inquiries w ould sometimes U made
touching (he various church
massacre and other criminal din
ings. Tti relieve these llahylonlan
tribunals of their ixiwer for mis
chief, an act was uscd by the
anointed priests lu (he legislature,
giving tho county (orprobatc) courts
concurrent Jurisdiction with the
It can Ui uudomtiKMl how this plan
workwl. Devout saints known to
Ik guilty of murder, robbery, ursoii,
or other llantnt iiMitim, would lo
brought up Uifoiv tliwo Mormon
tvurts on aiHitisittlou, a mock trial
would ls held nnd tho ollendur no
MUltttsl. This would give (he worst
orimlnitl Immunity, Ikkwuki, lu this
country, u man wuinot U trlwl n
MHsuitl timentranotUinsoof which
he ltts been noiUUUhI. ApjHmU
wtww made to conicr to hiiiiuI this
l;lmt the cmittry whs Uwy at
tlm Mum tUtllng with h gltfantlo r.
Mlkm, Hint Htutller viW rwvtml
IttUiotiiiv ftr m 1 1 live. The act of
oaugrw of 1S74, kiwut u () 1
ktnd U4II, KIMMMlml tl JtulitriMl
ylm if t'ttli, Mitd rttrietwl (Its
ixMinty wwrt if (lMtt trrittry to
tlurir itrojWHHd iwumI limit.
t (It cmtuty Jmln Uiixs
(Wtl by popular vut, w hIwhj-w
h rtMUliHMt .Murmott, hhiI tlte
pMllut work IhU InJy man could
iHtrAwm would ivUitv w long war
ratlvc fwlly to unfold. tlrHiitlng
bogus divorces wan for a time a
source of large revenue, and the
judge, the countyclcrk andthecorn
missioned being all of a kidney,
the flagtllouH job they would put
up to defraud the property holders
would give the uninitiated anew Idea
ofdlvlne revelation. To break up
this malign combination, the Edmunds-Tucker
bill vested in the
President tho power of appointment
to local ofllcc In Utah. This raised
a yell, of course, as a deprivation of
the sacred rights of a people; but It
became a law, and the appoint
ment mentioned above are In ful
fillment of Its provisions. This in
troduction of unrcgenerato Gentiles
into the sacred precinct of those
abominable county court is another
revolution In Israel. It is further
evidence that the Lord has gone
back on Ills chosen people, and Is so
futiil to the iKilitical power of Mor
mon priesthood, that the divorce to
be decreed between that and their
ecclcsiasticul domination will be
u n necessary, as tho latter function
has already ceased to exist. Icha
bod, may now the sons of the cove
nant exclaim the glory lias depart
ed from Israel.
Tlie Roman poet says Itisplcaniit
antl becoming to die for one's
country. Patriotic sentiment has
changed a little since then, and we
now find It pleasant and sometimes
profitable to live in tho civil service
of the country. Hut the poet's sen
timent must lutve inspired our
nation's hero who died, as it may le
said, with the harness on his buck.
Newspapers and public speakers
have all hud their say at this
national bereavement, and we have
yet to come across tho first writer or
speaker who has thrown out a word
of disparagement on the record of
this brilliant soldier. The American
people regard him to-day, Just as
they did when Gen. Lee surrendered
his sword to Grant at Appomattox.
And the secret of this unmeasured
popularity is the fact that he has
always been content to remain
simply a soldier. If lie hud any
ambition to shine In civil life he
never displayed It. If he hud
chosen to allow his name to be used
in th wprlny, liu u-utiltl uuiicstloii
ably have been die republican
nominee for president. Rut as soon
as tho suggestion was made to him,
the old soldier Hew Into a rage and
declared If he were nominated he
would peremptorily decline.
The three names most prominent
ly identified with the war In the
minds of the jsniplo are Grunt,
Sherman and Sheridan. The fatal
mistakes that the hero of
AppoinaUox made in" civil life are
well remembered, and they have
cast a blot on an otherwise glorious
career. Hhurumn has held no civil
ollhv, but he Is liosltlvo and out
spoken, and he rather courts than
avoids acihiionious dWcusslou with
nowsputKT K'oplo and historians of
the war. From all such entangle
ments, however, "Little Phil," with
it modesty and good house that are
as eoiiiinondublo us (hey uro rare,
litis kept entirely fan). Ho was a
soldier, pure and simple, and us
such his memory Is cherished and
loved by the nation. To luirrow
BhaksiHre's tributary words,
On Hint uhiiio attend
Tin' tour Hint pralsm ofull time.
C001.UI notVN AT I.A.NT.
TIiom) crazy people in Stevens
county, Kuu., who lost their heads
over the location of the county soat,
and took to shooting each other us a
pastime, seem to have come to their
senses at length. A regiment of
state militia was quartered among
them to keep hmiv, and arrests were
mudo of a number of men suspected
of complicity In tho massacre. This
svoms to have brought them to a
reiiMUitihle view of things. The
pickets that the two rival towns
hud thrown out, to prevent the In
habitants of one place Invading the
territory of the other, were with
drawn, and meetings held In which
coiumlttcott wore appointed to ex
tend ollVtnt urpeHco (o the other side.
Those neighbor towns will como to
an undsrstandltik' and no more
blood will bo shed over the point at
Uue; but the painful fact romalns
that live men wore wantonly slmigh-
tored and the public pence profaned
lu settlement of a dispute which lv-
lHKd rljshtAUly to the poll.
Mutual greed anil lii)uUv UhI to
UtI vktlence, snd now tlu too eagw
nuwii itave ttnw to think over
tltoir wicked new ami Mv.
Ku.km.hiho V. T.) Capital:
I'rupidout CWmltotd outllitod In h
Uttr to the taNvtary of the Inte
rior U ytr Ut to)lc.v to bo puiMiwl
by Jteootlv nMltvw undr lib ml
luluWtntttau lu CHI of eontlk'tlug
cdAliiu brtWMW KHtloM ih! railroad
corporations for portions of the pub
llo lands. He suggested that where
corporations are entitled to select
from indemnity reservations they
should bo required to select, where
possible, from tracts in which set
tlers have no legal or equitable In
terest and upon which they have
mode no improvements, and that
every reasonable presumption and
Intendment should be made In favor
of the settler on the public lamds.
The Secretary is now acting under
these instructions, and cases of long
standing are being settled to the
satisfaction of settlers in the Territories.
A AVashinoton dispatch to aNew
York Journal notes tho fact that a
number of men, not previously
known, have made national reput
ations in the house of representa
tives during tho present session,
while other members, of whom much
was expected, have hardly been
heard from. The reason for this Is
very plain. A new issue requiring
scientific knowledge and unbiased
thought has como into politics, and
new men of ability havo seized the
opportunity thus presented, while
those who merely echo the old war
cries have very naturally fallen Into
A largo number of extra copies of
the weekly Journal are mailed to
well-to-do farmers throughout the
county, and beyond, this week.
This is becoming quite a usual thing
with this pujier. Advertisers would
do we'll to take advautago of this
fact. lie who lins anything to sell
or who seeks patrons should make
the fact known in us many homes
as possible. We are all more or less
dependent on the farmers for trade
Having sold my olllcoand practico
to Dr. J. T. Mason I cordially re
commend him to my patrons and
the public in general. I shall remain
ut tho olllce with the Dr. for a fe.w
weeks. 1), J. C. Ryhd.
Gruln and fruit are abundant.
Tho iKilitical pot Is hardly sim
mering yet. It won't boll till after
Mr. Ira Hurley living near
Zena, left us his yearly subscription
and the following Items.
It is oxiieetod that Miss Sullio
Cavitt, who him given satisfaction
heretofore, will teach the fall school.
Postmaster Ghnblo bus raised,
weatherboarded and painted his
olllce and house. How it improves
a man to get a good wife.
J. R. Shopiird, who Is on a fur
lough from tho business department
of the Journal,! over to look after
his farm crop. Hois busy as well
as he always Is when he takes hold
of tiny enterprise.
Sunday services in the church are
hold us follews: On the first in tho
mouth, Rev. Mr. Craven, Methodist;
second ami fourth, Rev. Mr. Clyde,
Presbyterian; third, Prof. Crawford,
Ruptl-t. The attendance ut Sunday
school is good notwithstanding the
busy times which tire man and
Itoust before Sunday conies.
No service at the Oermuii
formed church to-morrow.
The prohibition club will meet as
usual lu W. C. T. II. hull on Mon
day. Interesting and Instructive lecture
at tho llaptist church to-morrow
Services at the Methodist, llaptist,
Kviiugelical, Kplscopal and Ciithollo
The merry tinkle of tho bells as
the icecream cart perambulates the
street of the city U heard on tluws
Kx-U. S, Senator Slater is prepar
ing for publication aii exhaustive pa
per on the wool unction and the ef
fect of tarltl on production and prices.
A team wnnprUnl of four yoke of
oxen camped on north Commorehil
atrwt last night and drew together
a larjpj urowd of iwll bovs. who
viewed the incurious! v.
for 'I'm: Capital
!L'"a& " mite ft,
Mr. SgttlH WH MH ttedttllwoH
Vrottoh l'mlri. Tw wwkn gu he
DOOHiiw uver-lHMtttt while workLmd
a I vwttiMk mm wer rukvrul
Evangelical Church. Rev. J.
M. Dick, pastor. Preaching on Bun
day at 1030a. m. and 730 p. M. Bun
day school at 12 M. All are cordi
Christian Church. Elder P.
R. Burnett, pastor. Preaching at
1030 a. m. and 730 p. m. Sunday
hool at 12 m. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
M. E. Church. Services will be
held in the M. E. church to-morrow
as follews: Morning, at 1030;
Evening at 730, Sunday
school at 12 sr. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 030. All are
invited. Seats free. Rev. "W.
Baptist Church. Corner of
Liberty and Marion streets. Rev.
A. R. Medbury, pastor. Services
at 10:30 a. m. and 730 p. M. Sunday
School at noon. Young Peoples'
meeting at 0:45 p. si. Weekly
prayer Meeting Thursday evening.
All are cordially invited.
There will be no preaching ser
vices at tho Presbyterian church
next Sabbath nor thereafter during
the month of August. The Sabbath
School will bo held at the usual
hour (12 m.) and the Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor will
hold services each Sabbath at 0:30 p.
in. The pastor. H. A. Newell and
his family expect to be absent from
the city. The audience room will
be thoroughly refitted and decorated
during the month.
Remember the gospel temperance
services in the W. C. T. U. rooms
every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
By reason of the state of chronic
incredulity in which many men
pass their lives they miss half the
good of this world. They seem to
think that doubt and unbelief are
proofs of wisdom, and through fear
of being deceived reject much that
is true nnd good. To such minds
the statement that Dr. Pierce's Gol
den Medical Discovery is a real and
proven cure for all diseases caused
by a torpid liver, bud blood or scrof
ulous numors carries wan it us own
condemnation. They do not believe
it, apparantly, because we say so;
and j'et what more, or less, than this
can we do? Wo know tho fncts, nnd
If we did not make public the great
value of this remedy few would prof
it by It. We try to do our duty In
the matter and it remains for the
doubter who needs help to overcome
nis preujuutce ami give it a mat.
$600 Reward for an Incurable case
of chronic nasal catarrh ofl'ered by
me muiuiiuctiircrs ofJJr. Sage's ca
Last evening was very mild and
pleasant, and tho 2d regimental
baud In Willson's avenue drew n
largo concourse of nil classes. Tho
program was varied and excellent.
When the boys solicit subscriptions
or give an entertainment to raise
funds for excuses, tho pleasure of
these weekly out-door concerts
should not be forgotten. Salem on
many occasions would be at a loss
and great disadvantage without the
baud. Long may it toot.
"Good goods, good patterns, good
lit, good work," is tho motto of E.
Schocttle it Co., merchant tailors,
near the White Coruor, Commercial
street. A lurgo new stock of foreign
nnd domestic goods of various
ptittorns Just arrived for punts or
fall suits. They guarantee good
work and a nice lit or no pay. Cull
At the Willamette Assembly of
Knights of Labor, ltov. J. W. llines
of San Jose, Cal., and a national
organizer, gave a very interesting
address lust night. Possibly ar
rangements for an open meeting on
Monday night may bo completed
and the public invited.
Wh n ruby u dak,
W gte her CutorU.
When h wu ft Child,
Sh cried for CwtorU.
Whan the. became Mlu,
She clung to CutorU.
WTwra the hJ Children,
She kit theia Oaetori.
OATS ! OATS ! !
llnvlBK iMirvtuuetl tlw MeKlmwv A
Smith WHr)utt M Turner, nntt IwUrc
tKMl Mmn. St. lltckertln A tVme wn
fort hi AHHMvtlle, w arc ritr4 to
tUHv ami iMHdt tttta eumlag wmmhi
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND
- aoo.ooo -v
BUSHBLS OV OATS'
&Mk oa tMU to Miputy farmer.
I "? Jf m ntwiMiitor.
ytw felr 4Umr xt Um
Highest Market Price.
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Mlrartioii ft. (uMUtUo ttrt. vO-W
OREGON LAND COMPANY
"Hns now for sale twenty-five lC-ocrc lots on the west side of the river, from 8M to 4
miles trom Salem nnd near tho 150-aoro fruit farm owned by Jlr. IL s.
Wallace, of Salem. These lots are all nicely situnted within sight of the
Capital City, nnd having a grand view of the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade
The Soil is of the Very Best Quality
All Lots Front on a. Road.
And tho road leading to Salem Is now being grnvelefl, nnd will be ono of the FINEST
DRIVES leading out of the city. M1
It Is generally conceded that Investment In FRUIT LANDS at tho present time
offers n oelter assurance of large returns than any other form of Investment. Prices
now being paid for fruit In Salem by the Willamette Valley Fruit Company!
Insure, at a Low Estimate, from S250 to MOO per Acre!
The, close proximity of Jlr. "Wallace's trait farm of 150! acres to these lots Insures a
bruit Cannery, and thus ajconvenlent market, as soon as tho trees are old enough to
Call on the
Oregon Land Company
AT THEIR OFFICE IN THE
IJank Illock on Commercial Street
And they will SHOW Y0UITHIS PROPERTY FREE OF CHARGE. n!28dw.
Tho SSth Annual StuSe l'ulr will be
held on tho Fair Grounds, near Salem,
commencing on tho
17th OF SEPTEMBER,
And continuing ono week.
CASH PREMIUMS to the
Amount of $15,000
Wilt be awarded Tor Agricultural, Mechan
ical and Stock exhibits, u oiks of art and
fancy work, nnd for trials of .peed.
The premiums otlercil havo been In
creased In many cases, nnd new elnsfos
havo been added. No entry r.o chnrccd
in divisions J, K, I. nnd Q.
A miKnltlcent Jleld of lion-es entered,
nnd thero will bo splendid contests of run
ning and trotting each day.
Thodllterent tnn.prtntlon companies
will mnko liberal reductions in fares and
Special attention Is called to tho premi
ums ollered for county exhibits of Brains,
Krnsseu and fruits.
Kntries HI bo rixK'h ed In tho secretary's
ottleo In Salem, beginning six days before
the lair, and on tho fair grounds from Fri
day before tho fair. Persons desiring to
exhibit In divisions J, K. O, land Q nro
ntiupftcd to make their entries on Fri
day und Saturday before the fair If possible.
All entries closo on Monday, September
I'KICKS OF ADMISSION:
Coupon ticket for men (six davs) 8! CO
Ouiixjn ticket for women (six "days) 1 CO
Iay ticket for men .. f
vay ticket for women 25
Tickets to tho grand stand nt race
tmck for jnales o or l'J years .. 25
Ijidles to the grand stand tree.
T,M' desiring to purchase booths will
apply to the secretary.
S-Stndto tho secretary ntKnlemfora
premium list. J.T.OKKaa.
Ker n fine stock of
Wall Paper, Borders and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Tiy Twl Outs, VeWfriw, BkIk,
Mr 3mI Fraifftc Made l Order.
hh m Tb
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED.
Come and Se for Yourselves
Specialties in Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,'
Oregon Petit Prunes.
Imported German Prunes,
FOR SALE or RENT!
Well watered nnd plenty ot timber. Two
nouses nnd two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow nnd 150 ncrea plow bind. Fifty
tieud of cat tie with tho place If wunted, nnd
horses enough to run lu Within Ave miles
of depot on the 0. 4 U. H. R. A bargain for
Enouire at Office of Caoital Journal.
C. M. VAN BUREX,
Carrtes a full stock of
DRUGS and iMEDICINES
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass,
FISHING TACKLE, CIGA11S AND TOBACCO
PwarlattoB exreAiUy eomnounded ua
der thf ipr-ito at Dr. J. J. U
Teacher of IVIusic
And deeJar IbU kind of MaslaU IntlfU
MRU. CMH,3lCnauurcil street. 1b
truMMiU mM oa ifre isuUiueoi pun.