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Kxaminkii: The Chronicle oHere
the democratic candidate for con
gress the hospitality of its columns
for a discussion of the issues of the
campaign. This Is gonorous nnd
promises to add interest to a rather
drowsy season. Not to be outdone
in this direction the Examiner oilers
the hospitality of its columns to
Mr. Do Young for an explanation of
his sudden, change of opinion upon
Mr. IIarrlon's congressional standing.
authorized to re-
WKiilfirfiil iw Mwoml-elttwi mutter nit lio
llfplilican National Tickcl.
J .For PrcBidonf,
For VIoo I'iuoidenl: .
IilSVf 1 MOKTON, r
Of New York.
Foil Jiiih:ntiai. Uux-ioiw.
Hubert Mi'Iiphii, of Klmimth County.
Win. Knpiw.nr Multnointih futility.
('. W. Kultoii.of ('liitwip Oounty.
The miners have provided them-, closing down their work, according
solves with arms and ammunition j to common report, scared to death
and declare their intention to fight at the mention of free trade. Mr.
before they will allow theso colored ' MInshall is likely to Iiavo a prospcr-
mon to go to work. These Issues ous season.
bctweon capital and labor are be
coming alarmingly frequent, and
this employment of an armed force
to suppress discontent is ominous of
coming evil. It is a striking fact
thai cheap labor is always substitut
ed when the native workman re
volts at the low price oIcred him.
One time a crowd of Hungarians
will bo brought in, wIiomj social and
personal habit seem to be on a
level with those of the Chinese.
Another strike will bo suppressed
by the substitution of Italian work
men, whose fccale of wages at home
does stalwurt service in protection
argument. Now wo have colored
men brought in, whose competition
with white men formed an unfail
ing topic for republican writers in
former days. Tlieso Itoslyn miners
will have to give way, of course,
whether they light for their means
of living or not. They aro arrayed
against tho law, which asserts for
the employer tho right to engage
whatever agents he pleases. Hut
tho labor element will not be eon
tent to bo always worsted. It will
combine some of these days, if
capital drives it cloer to the wall,
and deelaie its right to a fair share
of the general earnings. Tills may
provokomore destruction of property
and musketry discharges, or an
adjustment may lie made before we
reach such an extremity. Hut this
frequent employment of I'iiikertou's
Janissaries, to ply workmen with
Having sold my ofllceand practice
to Dr. J. T. Mason I cordially re
commend him to my patrons and
the public in general. I shall remain
at the office with the Dr. for a few
weeks. Dh. J. C. Byrd.
Mns Gahfii.i.d has given $10,000
to the Garlleld university ut Wichita,
Hiss Margaret J. Mamim,
.NEW KAIIX0AI) I'KOJfcCT.
A correspondent at Skipanou,
Clatsop county, furnishes the follow
ing informatien: There is consid
erable excitement in Skipanon and
along Clatsop plains over tho pros
pect or a railroad being built
from Astoria to the seaside. A
company has been organized, and
engineers will bo employed in a
few days to survey the best route.
This road will start from Astoria,
crossing Young's bay, striking
Clatsop plains at Skipanou and
running the full length of the
plains, u distance of llfteen miles,
terminating for tho present at tin
seaside, or Tillamook head.
Tills road would be of great bene
fit to Astoria as well as to tlii
Ncw Knelnnd Conservatory of Music, Bos
ton, Mnss., will succeed MiisJulln
C'liiiiulierllii In her
SCHOOL F011 VOCAL CULTURE, IIAlt
1I0N7 AND THEORY,
Until n... lino 1.1 1&QQ
.l,'....tf UUf ..,.,, J.tOt
Itefers by permission to Dr.
Kben Tourjee, Director of New
Kngliind Conservatory of MiihIc, nnd Prof,
frank E. Morse, Teacher of Vocnl Culture,
New Knelnnd Conservatory of Music ; nlso
to MIhs Julia Chamberlln.
bullels when they clamor for broad, w10i S0CI()U ,)f Pulltry. "Without
KIU DAY, AIKIUKT 21, 1888.
eiri: n:vri,i. histick.
A super-sensitive writer In l'opu
lur Ki'loiieo Mont lily discourages the
oniil(iymenl or women In business
olllcos liecauso they are a constraint
in Ihisuugallaiit age. That is, the
ruder sex must be a little reserved In
their language, their indulgence In
tobacco will lie somewhat restrained,
and the merchant and his clerks
will feel themselves on their good
behavior. A writer who uses such
argument shows his own need of the
refining iiillucm-o of woman. This
uugol in disguise Is appropriating to
herself a place in thoprlntlngolllco.
ncr presence is "a constraint" on
tho old time typo. Ho cannot in
dulge in his salacious Jokes, thocou-
slant use of his fragrant pljo Is loss
an enjoyment, and he feels a sort of
moral compulsion to put on a clean
shirt once In awhile and dude up a
little. This Is constraint, of course,
mnl is ielsted as an Infringement of
personal rights; but few aro so to
tally depraved as to be Insonsiblo to
refilling Inlliicucex, and In no great
while the improved moral atmos
phere is enjoyed.
The Popular SWrnee writer ex
pioitM fear lotiM his gentle sister
mould Hiillci If brought Into compe
tition with rude, ungentle man. Ho
Ihilong to (he Hro of sentiment. He
would have woman tho Iwiielloiiiry
nf man's dUtliimuUlunl considera
tion, his pot and his darling, and
not nmile lits competitor In the stern
fctruKglo for existence. This tender
relation has been considered by
women In their public meetings
mid In their printed nrtloles.and they
reet it with unmitigated scorn.
Out of eonsldorHtlon for tho less
iMbunt IntelliHH of women, wo umh!
loglvtt them an ihIukhIIiiii udaptetl
to thlr Hwumed jMiwers j n little
ampler work, the elements of
rimwhiK, tKime lesuis in French or
ltlmn and h few touohw on the
hnrplohorl. Now they gi Into our
lHt oolltyw, utulln thewvererstud
h of mat hematic and flreok rry
wh,v tln prUtw. 1 n the professions
they how thorough tMpilpiueut, and
win their wy t mcee1, and In tho
llKhter niochaiilcMl employinonts
th,v hw fully h nmteh forthosUirner
e. Those two Krviich honiliuitt
who ftHight with pUiols n wiyik or
MiHliaNiHl Intlletwl niutiml wotuids,
Jow that HviiUt woman wm Iinik
into h tvvtilvtti'ii mouth with tho
fortitude of m truluoil wwrrlor.
TIm itnui whow (MttUr tvgt.nl for
woiumu would wMillno hur to the
lMMitloir Mitd elw tho world to her
llmltlM MiiUttoti, Im wm.v Iwhlml
Ok gr. Nttd aluMthl mldretw hlx ar
tfumcut Ui h MtitipHiiy f marine.
SJw U mow 4tiyjAillv prosecuting
Is an ugly feature in our civilization.
Tho dragon's teeth seem to have
been sown and we are now reaping
a crop of armed men.
i)i:iru.(i a ri.mocKAT.
There was a foolish attempt made
lately by several adventurers to soil
the cabin formerly occupied by John
AV. Mackay, when ho was a penni
less prospector, for a largo sum of
money, sqiaksporo's house Is an
object of Interest, and why not the
minimi" dwelling oi a present
bonanza king? "That the project
failed," says one of our state ex
changes, "is creditable to the better
Judgment of tho American iieople."
This unscrupulous but energetic
Irishman, made the greater portion
ofhls money by methods similar to
that of tho Louisiana lottery; put
ting the score or more if Comstock
mines on the board, and lleecing
unwary Investors by the crooked
arts of the stock operator. The
cupidity of tho game loving public
brought him and his confederates a
golden shower, but it brought ruin
to thousands of homes, and denioral
Ucd many city communities.
Now he has his scores of millions,
and how Is the country benefited
by his wealth'.' His wife
keeps royal state In Purls, making
more lavish display than half the
crowned heads of Kuiope ; her
daughter Is married to a tinsel
prince, and her paruro Is the admi
ration of every court Jenkins.
This is a nice man to elevate to
givaiiu'Hs. iu isanoiuerunwoniiv
Illustration of tho iiouvouiix riches.
Tabor, when his millions were
nmaed, turned oil his poor old wife,
ifot himself appointed to tho United
Nates siiiate, and made himself
the laughing stock of tho nation by
assuming the manners of a hcuu.
Sharon also, when risen from ol-
seurlty to wealth, repudiated his
wife, gave himself up to gallantry
and left a ruinous
minors and railroad sharps, notwith
standing their hoards of wealth, are
uiHde ot the plainest material, and
any attempt to east greatness upon
thorn, will only render their dearth
of real worth more conspicuous
any exception I think it can bo
safely asserted that Clatsop beach
Is fully equal to any other seaside
resort in the Northwest, and has
Its advantages over many other
places In its fine hunting and fish
ing grounds, as well us its excellent
bathing facilities and unsurpassed
scenery. Hut tho inconvenience of
reaching it, passing over fifteen
miles of dusty stage road, compels
many to seek more convenient
places witli less attractions.
It isalsoruniord that a scheme
Is being agitated by Portland caj
itallsts to build a road from Tansy
point to tho seaside, which would
leave Astoria out, as tlia sunnlics
would all come from Portland in
stead of Astoria, which is
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC !
Most successful school of music on the
northwost coast. About
150 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
OREGON LAND COMPANY
litis now for sale twenty-five 10-ncre lots onfthc west side of tho river, from sv in .
miles Irom Snlem nnd near the 150-ncre fruit fnrm owned by Mr. n a
Wnllnce, of Snlem. These lots are nil nicely sltunted within sight of'thp
Cnpltnl City, nnd having n grand view of the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade
The Soil is of the Very Best Quality
Pluno, Orijun, Sinking, Violin,
Hurmony. find Counter
Diplomas on completion ol course.
Teachers: .. M. l'arvln, Frnukle 1.
Junes, Kin Cox. Assistant. Lulu M. .Smith.
Klrst term begins Monday, September
Ml, lsss. Send lor cnUiloguc. For lurther
Z. M. PARVIN,
Musical Director, Snlem, Or.
ST. PAULS ML,
Hoys eincl Girls.
The school will open on or about tholOtlt
or September. Thoroujih Instruc
tion In theprlmnry and
ait vii need
UTIX AX1) ELEMENTS OF Ml'SIC
All Lots Front on a. Road
And tho road leading to Snlem is now being graveled, and will bo one of the FINEST
Dill VES lending out of the city.
It Is generally conceded that investment in FRUIT LANDS at the present time
oilers n better nssurnnce of largo returns than any other form of investment. Prices
now being paid for fruit In Salem by tho Willamette Vnlley Fruit Company
Insure, at a Low Estimate, from P3 to $500 per Acre!
Tho closo proximity of Mr. Wallace's lrult farm of 1G0J ncres to these lots Insures a
Fruit Cannery, and thus inconvenient market, as soon ns the trees are old enough to
Call on tho
Oregon Land Company
AT THEIH OFFICE IX TUB
Hank Mock on Commercial Street
And they will SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY FREE OF CHARGE. nl28dw.
( tuko lniHty Hti'jw tmvimli
lug u roud.
t lion i
niliniii to Aalnrl.mu ...,.i .. ... n . ''" "iriiu'r iiuormiitlon may be
(KIIOUH to AslorittllH 1111(1 enures (hum hml cm application to
Ho Is Htj
Tacoma (W. T.), Aug, "l.-John
I). Hoono, of Sulein, or., u sailor,
was run over and killed liy a North
ern Pacillc ongtiio In this eltv this
aftornoon. The (IucoiikhI whs drunk
nnd walking on the track next to
tho one on whluli the eniiine was
running backward. As the engine
was passing him ho pltehed side
ways and fell under tho tender. His
head was cruhed and almost torn
from his body and all his limbs'
broken, lie was about twenty-live
years of ago. H. R Kxnminer.
Thr SfN ItrtttkrrK lllixiliuir. Circus
Ainong the exhibitions of the day,
tlieivaiM none that have received i
pmnilueiu'UM) pronouneed as that of
Sills Mrothors; nor are ve able to
rvwml an instance of any tented
exhibition giving more general satis
faction. Its every feature Is loiuark-
able, and the majority can well bo
charHctomcd as "iihenoinenal." As
an aiiron, sensitlonal and entirely
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
I'rmNiim, Flour nnd Feed.
Vcgcliililcs anil Fiuil Ficsli livery Day.
My slock Is entirely new, andicarefullv
salettHl. rrliHM markeil down'to a mill
k 110 Slate SL Xct lo Ilcd Froiil.
H. DIAMOND, Proprieter.
Cone St., bet. Frry am smte.
liAVi.No, iiaik ctrrn.No and
O SlmmiKKdiiit mmtly done.
i Specialties in Fraits
Tho ysth Annual state
held on the Fair tiroundv
commencing on the
Fair will he
TlUt HOM.V.S Ml.SHIlS.
Til MttMtlnu at tin. ltfelyu
MiIimw, mr ICIkiulttirv, U thtvrtten
Jiir. TlwUtot hwnt friHit tlinrwthe
mjuhiI t HKnH, iMuudtt la to
rj4aw tltt ftrikiHK imImww, itml
Kwinll ty m mg aaii of
)HukurtNt' MrMMl mw, wm iu
llll)t Wtllll IU bMM Of ttVMit.
TilK Astorinu tells of a new jmlltl-
ertl mrty IwIiir formed In tlmt elty,
whleh Is neither reiiubliean, denio
ert or nrhl;but a nilxtim. As we
have but eight luxfrldoutinl chiuII
lit In the Held, there Is txxnn for
a few more. Thl lwrty l (shiiihwhI
of lt one jKrm at iroiHmt, who
otilw lilm.-s.Mf a "nlil loiHiUunle" M I
lover of WsiKittf. tfueh a imrson Is
Mim to jtvt luto Itrolb, and before we
know It thwv will l umiiv mit tf
(Hie. ThU idilloHknikshwtld take
up th torltl'ftirhU Mibjoet of dU
tHisttloii; nf ha but to lwq on thU
fiMr Hwlille to gtt everybody In a
is and dlsk'raceful ''HKlnal act. tlmt ofrl.llng anddriv
iJ, '. . J' ti'V-tlixv lrelek horH.,
.Iron, riuvecmst l,y Mr. W lllam O'Dell, will eon,
menu meii to all lovers or the dlill
cult and dashing in oniostrlau..ui.
Of Mr. Showier' elemtni mul urtu.
tic Iwrelwek riding, and of Mr. Wm.
tMU' "hurricane hunlle riding,
we have had occasion to ,iKwk in
lorinor h&imiu i.t.l a.m.i. ..
niendatlon is MiKrtluous. s It Is
nun wie gnuviui, ortretmck riding
of Senoriim I'amnl. Of gymnastic,
and athletic exploltn by a large eun
imny of acrobats ami athletes, therv
s such a iK'wIlderlug inultlnlleltv
that comment Is nouplusMMl, and to
siHk of the merits of ooeh iu di
tall would traits-end our HihIIm.
cn not n(H' tins article, however,
without brief mention of thcolmm.
wing ami lauey rltle shot of
t,!!,2-im!"oi,lMr ,,r,CM fi,r Job
E. M. WAITE, Salm, Or.
11. K. IIUJIOIS. jK 11u1(q,s
17th OF SEPTEMBER,
And continuing one ecl.
CASH PREMIUMS to the
Amount of $15,000
Will bo awarded fur Agricultural, Meolmii
leiil mul htiH-l: exhibits, iiorkKofart and
fancy work, and furlrlnlsof H'ed.
The premiums olIlred have been ln-creiu-ejl
In many ce, and new ol.e
ii been added. No entry f.o charjfed
In divisions J, K, I. and Q.
A mOKnltlctMlt Held (if hnts.ns tiitnrd.l
and theiv w 111 be nilendid conte.tR of mil
iums mul iruiiinn: eacn uay.
l'liedlilernt tmn-Hirttlin comimnton
will make liberal reduction in Aires and
Nlifoliil attention Is railed to the premi
ums ottered for county exhibits of grains,
graces and lrulU.
Kntrles w in be receh ed in the t.ecrctnry'8
olllei In Salem, Ix-ginnlng six days before
the fair, and on the flIr grounds from Frl
dv before the fair, l'o.soni, desiring to
exhibit in illusions j, k. o, l'and O aro
iwiueKteil to make their entries on Fri
day and Saturday befiu-Bthe llilrlf iolble.
AU eutrli close on Monday, September
17th, at 7-Up. in.
l'itlll OF ADMISSION:
Tickets to the gmnd sund at race
Iwi for males over IU j ears ffi
'"Si!1 ,l "e Krand stnd tree.
liii.e dekiring to purchase booths will
apply to the MH-rotary.
i1f.m,i.u. u, "!'ir- at Salem ftjra
premium list. J.T. OHKOO,
Louimii ticket for men (six ilavs) 4
I oniMiii ticket for women (blx days) ..
Day ticket for men
lie wor hi, (ViilNln A. H, lUithw,
"The Man Who Shoot to Kill ,l
ami his ftnir remarkable whh, eaJh
of whom o.eui4HIes all the oo.
WlltUw of tin- gii. T1m sImw will
exhibit hev 'ntwhy, Aikm -Ui.
Sampk Rmw ht CwwMrehl TraveJers.
Krew H Ut Htwifci.
S4.VI.KW, . . UMWl
1). V. MlMIIALX, (rf ImltoUH, H
forth In revemil f the jwwIHhr
mU. He auihMttieeii UiiitMlf In
fHw f CUvekml Bud Thurnvan
with the Mills Mil thrown In, ami
kwH right along llh hi work. H
rfiw ItttUMAf wb In his Ken,
tiott. VU tks other Iron MM4ni ant
V minister once told W..11.L.11
lhllllw tliat If his Uwlne hi life I
wm to Mtw negroe lie ought to g
soMth where they wmv awl do It.
Tlmt'o worth thinking of," reeled
ritlUIM. "Ami wlwt Is your 1ki1
nsrst In life r "1 sAve men fru
hell," rejvlle.1 ute inlulstw. "Then
SAhlLM, - - ORKGOX.
. IMg, fits a Sim YW&l
W. M. SARGEANT
K Him oak of
Wall Paper, lldm mul Cenlei?,
AV WJ66tES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
.RVSKBTS, ud all Urn ( riUMBS.
Mwlliup aid Frames Made to Order.
Dried Peeled Peaches,'
Oregon Petit Prunes.
Imported German Prunes,
FOR SALE or RENT!
Well watered and plenty ol timber. Two
ViZT?.. "u,l;7l "rnfc. tiood orchnrd.
Meadow and 160 aoras plow Uml. Fifty
limdiiftHiUa with the place if -antel,nnu
Ihis wtouyh to run It. Within nve mile
w uvim trtl 111
(he O. A (.'.11.11.
V bargain for
Enouire at Office of Caoital Journal.
C M. VAX BUREN,
Carrkw a mil slock oi'
Tl-ffju. .nd- lutu. ..
A.-""-. f 1-.1 ". .wi xiit.
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
Mt fer Imnmai all riw.k kniiun.
t b that wb t"TKefbt M.
Paints, Oils, Varnishos, Glass,
FISIUXG TACKLE, CIGARS AND TOBACCO
derthewpwlrton of 0r. J. J. ESJvllt.
PROF. IL DIAJION'D,
Teacher of iVEusie
liWne and See frw YfMnxnlvi S.?teoui .. im
:?4.,li?L,,0J M f limtori iBttra-
truiMBU tid oa tb IntUlmwU piao.