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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
II Y TUB
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
OHte, Comrr Ceort aid I.lktrtj rJtrrtu,
THUMB OK HUI18CMITION
tnft voar. liv infill
HlX lllOIltllK. Iy Hlllll ! fin
.Three month by insll.. . 1 J
For week delivered by carrier IS
Ono year. II W
Hlx month .
Vne ywir. If imlil for In advance, 1 )
Six momlm, M
air-IVwIiiwlTii are authorized to re
tariff, laying taxes upon commerce
which the people have to pay In
the advanced prices laid on what
they buy, and diverting an undue
share of the products of labor to
favored clauses, create, Industries or
makes wages higher, Is a delusion
which the industrial condition of
the country convincingly refutes.
Harrison we can support with
heartiness and good will; -while
Morton, as a money king, we nre
not so favorably impressed with.
Hut "Hying their names at our
mast head," is no way incollslBtt'ilt
with an honest discussion of the
tariff", and we have devoted this
much space to the establishment of
this hclf-evident truth.
W. 0. T. U. COLUMN.
.0THI.a TO DO.
KrKnlerctl iiKWrond-cliiwHiiHllernt the
Republican National Ticket.
I'or Vice President:
LEVI V. MOIl'J'ON',
Of Now Vork.
10 It Pn.SIM.NTIAI. Kl.Kt'I'OIIB.
Robert McI.eali,of Klamath County.
Win. Kiipiw.df M 1 1 1 1 1 1 o 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ('iimil).i
('. V. I'liltoti. of CliitMiji Count).
WKDNMCSOAV, AlHIUST '!, 18H.S.
wui.iti: is this inconmsti.ncv?
A city Niiboerlber writes us as fol fel fol
eows: "I do not wi' thei'onslstenuy
ofyour Hying the Harrison and Mor
ton Dug at your iniiHt head, wliile
you are constantly lighting the
policy of protection. Ourlng the
irwtiil eani)algii tlio lines are
drawn taut, and those who cannot
stay within the protection lino are
no supporters of the republican
Wo print tho above because many
republicans in tills city and county
areas badly mixed In their ideas as
the writer of tlieabove. Theropub
lleau senators are now engaged on a
tariff' bill to take the place of (lie
Mills bill, which in Its revision of
existing import duties, according to
newspaper reports, makes a heavier
reduction man mat oi mo Texas
statesman. Are these august law
givers 'lighting the policy of protec
tion?" Tlie Chicago plat form would
rather Dood the country with flee
whUky and ruin the dairy business
with untaxed oleomargarine, than
"nurrendorany part or our protective
wystcm." Which Is to be our rule of
The republicans or Oregon In their
lafct state plat form declared "In favor
of reducing the annual surplus rev
enue of the government by admit
ting five of dutysueh articles of gen
eral u as cannot he largely produc
ed or manufactured by our people."
'1 hlx U a M'lislble declaration, ami is
flirt her commended to our suppnit
by the recommendations of such re
publican prtn.ldcntHH(lnuit, Hayc
and Aitliur. With such a plan of
tariff' ivvUlon, the republicans of
Oivgtm won h signs! victory, and is
It not kpmhI euoiigh fur our present
When our eorrwMiiidiiit charge
want of eouslsttiiiey, he should be
eitreful to ascertain to whom the
IWiiU applies. We are unwilling to
HiiiuttiiiHmv a smr of jMilloy
(hat is In couiHct with thu avowtsl
prliiulplo of the party. We OHitiiot
rwoiiello with sound statimunxhlp
(he leteutloii or war taxtw, with the
dread alternative ot detmichlng the
(be moral of the country with free
rum rather tlmn touch this HmwI
fetish set up for our worship.
The Mlt!on held by TiikJoi'iinai.
Is consistent with that of the loading
republicans in the m, who have
ftu many ytwm mlvtxwtml a imoh
able ivvMoii or the present tMiitl'
"In the illrvoMoii of tWta(4K the
ou( kf the ihhvmu-Uv U lifts Hiul of
Mipplyluy Amerimn wiwkiueii with
lCMtupti mw .twlortnW tor manu
facture." (fetch lew dm nut iMHitntU.'
ur upirt of I Urriami Mid Motion.
Tuv ( tiU-mr Trtlaine, the St. lul
PkMfcvr-1'nM iul other lultutuittel
rMibtUii Journal tvuder hearty
aid and aaiinuw to the iriaibUean
tuiiu.uera. w Ulle Ihry uv ouUMituM
in (liMi- tkuuu4 tor tarilt rvvtakt-u.
TIIAIN HOIIIII.lt.' lOII.KI).
Jt is refreshing to liear of a little
grit shown by train hands when
roblsjrs make a felonious assault on
their train. On .Saturday a gang of
ruffians attacked a Union Pacific
train as it lay at a water tank not
far from Hawllns, Wyoming. The
engineer and fireman wero attend
ing to their duties when three men
rushed up, and covering them with
revolvers, ordered them to throw up
their arms. The robbers had the
drop on them and they could only
comply. Hut the front brakenmn
showed fight. He smashed one
robber in the face with a lump of
coal, and grappling him the two
had a desperate struggle. This dis
concerted flbe outlaws and they
turned and ran, but the brnkemau
was shot in tiie arm and hip. Tills
brave defense of the company's
properly should be generously
rewarded, because such a show of
resistance as this on every occasion
would discourage the business of
train robbery. Large possces started
in pursuit, of the fleeting robbers.
"Nothing to dor' fn thin -world of our,
Where weeds grow op with tha fairest
flowers, ' "'
Where smile hare only n fitful piny,
Where heart are breaking every tiny ?
"Nothing to dot thou Christian soul,
Wrapping thee round In thy selfish stole?
Oir with the garment of sloth and sin,
Christ, thy Lord, hatha kingdom to win.
"Nothing to do I" there are prayers to lay
On the altar of Incense, day hy day ;
There oro foe to meet within and without,
There error to conquer, strong and stout.
"Nothing to do ! There are minds to teach
The simplest form of Christian speech ;
There are hearts to lure with loving wile,
From the grimmest hauntsof sin's defile.
"Nothing to doT There oro lambs to feed.
The precious house of the church's need ;
Htrcngth to ho borne to the weak and faint,
Vigils to keep with the doubting snlnt.
Nothing to dol" and thy Savior said,
"Follow thou me In tho path I tread."
Uird, lend thy help the Journey through.
lx!t, faint, wo cry, "So much to dol"
Biikln'i Ante SiItc
The best salve In tho world foi
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcere, saltrheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For salo Dr. H. W. Cox.
Orciinlriitliiii iifl'IrsfW. C.T.U.
It appears that Pamell's aggres
sive action In instituting a libel suit
In Scotland at the present time, is
accounted for by the fact that he is
In possession of evidence which sat
isfies him as to tlie identity of the
forger of the famous letters attri
buted to Ills pen by the London
Times. The Tory commission
guaranties indemnity to all wit
nesses who testify before it. Hut
this scheme of legalized safety to
possible perjurers will not avail in
tlie Scottish courts. Thomas
Power O'Connor and John Hed
uioud have also brought suits for
damages against tho Times, growing
out or tlie Mime series of publications
as that lu which the Parnell ease
had its origin. All iu'all, tlie session
of 18.SH h Hkcly to be a very uncom
fortable one for her Majesty's
ministry, and its co-ordinate author
ity, the London Times.
A I'ltiXK report, a few days ago,
limited Mrs. I.angtry's presence on
the inlmlc stage to a few weeks, and
then llnlshcd the genteel comedy of
her life by marrying her to Kreddlo
Ochhardt. Hut the lady has since
been heard from and she dlcuts
from this disposition of her h.iou
ality. She says her theatrical en
gagements run on to the end of
April, ami she bus never mentioned
(o a Mini any Intention to marry, as
she Is not yet divorced, and to dl-
cus another marital otillgatlou
would be growi Indelicacy.
Knowing the readers of the Union
Hignal will be glad to learn that the
gospel of temperance has reached the
uttermost parts of our land, I bend
this line. AVo held the lirst temper
ance meetings in this territory two
weeks ago at Sitka, and as a result
of our efforts organized two local
unions, one among tlie natives and
one among the whilcsjsueh depart
ments as would meet tho needs of
the place wero taken up and super
Tho ladies are making u great
effort to start a free reading-room for
the benefit of the sailors and soldiers
and public in general.
Two Loyal Temperanco Legions
were organized, one among the
Hussian children and one among
the natives, with a largo membership.
Tlie law enaetetl by congress
relative to teaching sclentlllc tem
perance in llieschools, Is thoroughly
enforced both in tho government
and mibslou schools. I wits strongly
supported in tlie work by the moral
loving portion of tho community,
and it was with u feeling of sincere
regret that I stepped aboard the
steamer for tho next port. So the
cause marches on and noble women
all over the laud aro putting their
"hand to the plow and their
shoulder to tho wheel," and as we
see the results our faith grow
stronger, and wo already sco the
golden fringe or tlio mantle of tem
perance that will soon cover tho
laud. "Kor have T not commanded
thee bo strong and countgeous, bo
Miss J. A. Ackhii.man.
Hiss Margaret J. Mara,
New England Conservatory of Music, Bos
ton, .Maw., will succeed Silts Julia
CliamlierJin In her
SCHOOL FOR VOCAL CULTURE, IIAR
MONV AND THEORY,
September 3d, 18S8.
Keren by perm lssfon to Dr.
Eben Tourjce, Director of New
Kngland Conservatory of Music, and Prof.
Frank K. Morhe, Teacher of Vocal Culture,
New Englnud Conservatory of Music; also
to Miss Julia Chamberlln.
OREGON LAND COMPANY
Has now for sale twenty-flve HVaerc
nnd near tho
These lots are
lots on"the west side of the river, from SKt to!
I luO-ocro fruit farm owned by Mr. b, a.
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL
Boys and Girls.
The school will open on or about the 10th
of September. Thorough Instruc
tion In the primary and
net vii need
rs OF MUSIC
nil nicely situated within slcht nf ihi
Capital 'City, and having n grand view of tho snow-capped peaks of tho Cascade
The Soil is of the Very Best Quality
ie of the lots nre already set out to trees that are
hundred I'ltUNE trees on It; another, alaree
id others luue CIIEKKY and APPLE trees on
Kor the production of FRUIT, nnd some
in Mill bearing, uno.ioi nns several i
number of the linest PLUM trees; nn
TEKMS and further Information may bo
hud on application to
All Lots Front on a. Road
And the road leading to Salem Is now being graveled, and will bo one of the FINEST
DItl VES lending out of tho city.
It Is generally conceded that Investment In FRUIT LANDS at tho present time
oilers a oetternssumnco of largo returns than any other form of Investment. Prices
now liclng paid ror mm m&niem uy too winuineiic vnney rruu company;
Insure, at a Low Estimate, from $250 to $500 per Acre!
Tho close proximity of Mr. AVnllneo's lrult farm of 150! acres to these lots Insures a
Fruit Cannery, and thus ajcouvenleut market, ns soon ns tho trees nre old enough to
Call on the
Oregon Land Company
1WM NTKi.i.uiKMKii: Mewrs.
McUiKtiu & t'oniiMmyofViini'oiivt'r,
It. ('., uniioumv tlmt tlie.v will lutein
liuliliotillnn ourly uoxt mouth of tho
Viuuiiuvor Dally World. Tlioy
ironilio to nmko it wninUito tu
WHr. Mr. Mol.nmin Is it uiuii of
iniH'li I'xiwrli'iHV In JounmllHii, wud
luiowH in a pruotiml way onougli to
nmko the World hiuhvm
l'lTWtll'Kll 1KV: TllO JHllltlOrtl
irohloiii In MIiuiwhUii lt IhkhuiiIiiic
ftr inoro ihimIIiik than lu Indiana.
MliintwotM Ih now roHlly the diHiht
"Ofullthovliw, drinking in tlio
most incompatible with grwitiic."
-Sir Walter St-ott.
Dr. .IoIiiimiii Niid: "Sir, I ran ab
nttiln, hut I itiu not ho moderate."
"lie who drinks boor, thinks hour;
and lie who drinks wine, thinks
wine; and ho who drinks midnight,
thinks midnight." Longfellow.
"Yield oniv, and a portion of vir
tue is gone. Resist manfully, and
the llrst division will give strength
for life; repeated, It will beoomo a
habit." Samuel Smile..
Touolt not; taste not; handle not.
"Wo have 1X),000 ministers teach
ing tlio KH.)ple thu ways of truth and
right, and f)tX),(XV) liquor sollors
dealing out to them death and
OATS ! OATS ! !
Having purchased tho McKlnncy A
Smith warehouse at Turner's, and havlm?
leased .Messrs. M. Cookerlln A Son's wnrc-
nouso oi AumNviiir, wo aro prepared to
sloro nnd handle t his coming season
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND
D 200,000 -
BUSHELS OK OATSI
Sacks on hand to supply farmers.
In soliciting your trado wo guamnteo
you fair dealing and thu
Highest Market Price.
Call nnd see us before mnklni; arrange.
IIIL'IIIO VIPVtMlllL. 1 UUn II U1J ,
i:. i:. MrKINNKY CO.
AT TIIEIH OFFICE IN THE
Hunk Block on Commercial Street
And they will SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY FREE OF CHARGE.
A prominent ihylciuii omIU the
kit "an el?mtit (thMitiimtor of
dktiHo." He Mys. "fw lusprmd
by It, mi aiv lung dUMMi." He
nmlnUdiw thHt if the kiwJng ou
torn wore driven out o tlie Und "it
WtHlltl MVWMHMlMltll Of iIHKr Milt.
itf huiiiMii live," whieh are now
MerirleKl. Out upon the utwirletl
and MiplH YHtfwboiid ! KvhUuitly
klvw r' not Air uoh ao lie mid tt
old ftx w-, Ut srl1' Mr
Let htm devote idlUMUf to liutkiny
our NMUOell IMMtUy HUH ItMMHIIHly
tMMt ktMW UW.V IH) KlM-tM. I'M MU
Mitviy Iw huie by Dr. ltefrvV
lVvonle lNMsri)iU(Mi which U
UUIkl til lU flta't, UHMI Mil
dUciuKi ouUw to fcuuuM. Afttr
tkliiir It Iherv will l no nMHv ir
rwuUrity, uo tuoiw brluieh(S o
uunvur-ou iMtMUwtiMi, uo iutr
..,....,.... .. ,..,., itihw. i -....i .LJJH.A All .IiumUk
Art thtc kliuit mwim uU i i, .-.ui-ih- st.uiuE. Uv-
ibilr tuUMtud uf rwuhMk m U aiul llowW, Hr. I'Wiw' I'mIMmJ
ttivd Umkum lln.y bold to o-, ex.vl. aBwiitoa viol; on Uo.
"r-frr1 71? min. b7isTxu
mImi(Iuc 11m tMiilt to our )mit j
mm-InI colitlllUur 'I1e fU il.H-- , ... . , . . ,
xnue now io.tihii tlmt m UutU UfillEl Cil lif J Hl' 1 ICflCl'S LlSlEi 11
A elrrn MaautarUrlng City.
It would apptwr from an article in
tho AVont Sliore Maganlne, that
Portland, Oregon, Is the cantor of
iiiHiuiftoturvw forthegrtMt Cohmihlu
river region, and in-oswad'Mi)tagtw
OHloulatetl to nmke it tlio gtxwt
iiiMiiutHcturiug Hitit of the l'mKrlo
eoatt. The Wiwt Shore Is an Illustrat
ed mugHttine, the only one on the
Pacific coast, and ntakiw sKciMlty
of ttorcrihjiig and ilhiMratlng tlie
west lu all its ftMturv. Artlotloallv
and typotraphlMUy, It Is tlie ir
of any puUleMtUm in the United
Sttv, and It literary uiidrd io a
high ono. An m AiinUy uugiwine It
low noMipertor, nud n exKniit
of th nMMtrwo of the w M, im rival.
Rvvf v one at all lultl in Orvfuu
and iMvhjhboring stoUw ud tenrltorlw
should bv conaUut nwder of IW
pngw. Hutacrtpuou urioai, L0
Mr ytmr, M oeuU for ijiigle cuplw.
PwltiblMil by h. Samuel. )ortkiHt,
CONSERVATORY OF 1IIISIC!
Most Miccpooful sehool of mu.c on the
northwest const. About
150 STUDENTS LAST YEAH.
PUino, OrRn. SlnRlnR, Violin,
llnrmony, incl Counter
point, Dlplonmson ciiinpletlou ot uoiirsp.
Teechcrs: . M. lSirvln. l'mnklu I'.
Jones, KnCo. Assistnut.I.ulu M. Smith.
First term btvliix Monday, Keptemner
Ihl, ls.v. soiul for i-HtaloKiie. For tun her
X. M. PARVIN,
Mil iiliiil Director, Salem, r.
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
rrovlslons, Flour ami Feed.
Vegetables ami Fruit Frosli Every Day.
My stoek U entirely nw. Htul' iwrtifullv
sakHittnl. FrtaM nmrkml ilovn!to h msh
No. .110 Slilc St-Xe.l (o M Front
I'OU 1UKGA1NS IN
HOTAN .k WHI1TM1CY.
t2 0nH StwSl , Ongm.
HhvIhk UHuht mt th rvumlmtw ol tin
tolr fcafctry'ii kUK. w ar ioHrl u
ktU ottMlm kiw ttutu an- Immm In Omjoa
State Fair !
Talc will be
Tho SKtli Annual .statu
helil on the Fair Clroumls,
17th OF SEPTEMBER,
Anil continuing ono week.
CASH PREMIUMS to the
Amount of $15,000
Will be awarded for AKrlculluml, Meehnn
leal and Mtoek exhibits, works of art und
fancy work, nnd for trlnlsof speed.
Tho nrcinlums olllned hnvo been In-
croaseil In nmny rases, and new classes
iihvo oeen aiiucu. m entry r.o cimrgeu
In divisions J, K, l, and Q.
A m.'ucnltli'ent Held ol horses entered.
and there will be splendid contests of run-
iiiiiK anu iromiiK eiicn uay.
The dlllerent trtmsoortutloii cominiilnA
ui uiHKe iiucnu reuueiiuns in Hires, anu
ShvIiiI attention Is called In the premi
ums ottered fur county exhibits of grains,
Brasses and Irults.
Kntrlen will be recelvedln thosecretnry's
otlli-c in Salem, tieKlnutiiK six days before
the fair, and on the fair grounds from Fri
day iH'ftire the fair. re:sons ilaslrln to
exhibit IndlMslons, J, K. O, Fund Q are
retiuefted to make their entries on Krl
day and Saturday before the Jklr If poslble.
All entries close on Monday, September
l'KICKS OF ADMISSION:
Coupon ticket fir men (six days) 2 M
(niion ticket for women (six days) 1 ft)
Day ticket for men SO
Day ticket for women a
Tickets to the grand stand al nice "
track Air males ovur 12 years 35
l.ille to the grand stand Ireo.
Tlioso desiring to puruhuso booths will
apply to the secretary.
aj-Send to Ur secretary at Salem for n
premium 1M. J.T. ailKGO,
leciafa in Fruits
A Mk m- w tMitptin. it wttl
IMty ! HMM WqMiy ttikolHoo.
IUmhI or limllillmi.
TairricK is hekkhy qivkn that
eoanU', Orefoo. will meet m Um (wuuu-
IT. lft, Md Mnae lu mwIob ihen tor
one vwfc, fcr tte 4jiMnwT of mm.
IlStod Jb- M. IWk T. B. 1'ATTON.
-l-dwtd Amomt uT Marion Co, lir.
Of' k. tat. Rr MMl HMHs
mavij.0,. HAia rcrruro axb
YARfflY STOKE !
W. M. SARGEANT
KiM a Hue stock of
Wall Paper, lleniers and Center
BABY B0G6IES, EXPRESS WAS0NS,
Mm td I'ttm M it Oer.
Dried Peeled Peaches,"
Oregon Petit Prunes.
Imported German Prunes,
FOR SALE or RENT!
Well watered and plenty ol timber. Two
nouses nnd two barns. Good orchard
Meadow and 1K acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattle with the place If wanted, and
ltorses emvueh In run It. Within rive mill
of dpot on the O. A C. U. 1L A bargain tor
Enoqire at Office nf Caoital Journal.
HT TK. I'AIMTAI.
LEGAL BLANKS, !8S3&SS
i n w aitl saw, or ' WMTie and See
C. M. VAN BUREN,
Carries a full sleck: of
iUGS and MEDICINES
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass,
mm TACKLE, CIGARS JLND TOBACCO
Ft rtplww nuvfully ouiot un
dar tha iwjwrvtaioo of Dr. J. J. Um III.
Md Hr mlakwuA H -r prior r Job
.' In uiwiii
mV H DIAMOND.
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED.
tbrfnupaoliaiaiaM.bibrt.-r.ry.i 1 eQCtierOt MUSK
hln rtSSa, . b. .hoc,, .., I And
ft,. V...-l . t "- omoe,JWtvinimrrtjduri. Ilu
I0r TOUrseiveSl UtuaeBUwMuatlMlMlainMatplan.