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LKVr 1'. MORTON,
Of Now York.
unjust UiIh is isBhown by the follow
ing Incident. This writer visiting
one of our city photograph galleries,
made the natural Inquiry, "How's
trade?" The proprietor wild he was
busy taking pictures for the
Chomrtwa pupils. "They are very
mad at the Statesman," he added,
"for Its abuse of Col. Lee. They all
speak well of him." This fact also
Is attested by the letters published,
in crude phraseology expressing
their regard for their principal and
indignantly denying tho vuguc
charges madeagalnst him.
It all springs from blind partisan
spite. Col. Leo is a democrat and
an appointee of a democratic ad
ministration. This fact seems to
Justify to our cotem. his malicious
endeavor to break down a useful
public olllccr and disorganize his
school. "Tarty," says an old English
proverb," is the madness of many
for the gain of a few."
ARE AMERICANS DYSPEPTIC
What a Prominent Kns;Uah Pliyslel.
Says of Onr Dwellers In Cities.
A prominent English physician has re
cently proved, to his own satisfaction at
lenst, that the dwellers lu American cities
are generally neurotics and dyspeptics.
First of all, ho says, the Puritans who
emigrated to New England were charac
terized by a neurotic temperament, for
Pnrltnnlsm was largely a 'disease of the
This remedv Is becoming so well
Unhwn and so popular as to need no
'special mention. All who have used
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.mii.n i,n nnwn ,ii...i.ii with i system and prevent ns well as
the conditions of life In the old country,
and has emigrated either to Australia or
America. On the other hand, the beef
eating squire type of Englishman, being
content with things as they are, has
stayed at home.
But this is not all. The climate and tho
peculiar conditions of life that exist in
this country have developed and intensi
FOR PlllWIDKNTIAI. Euxtohh.
IUtitTi;Mcliti,of Klamath County.
Win. Kiiinis.of .Miiltnoniiili County.
C. W. Fulton. of (."liitw.ji County.!
When the republicans of Oregon
In stale convention assembled, de
clared in favor "of reducing the
annual surplus revenues of the
government by admitting free of
duty such articles of general use as
ctiliuot be largely produced or manu
factured by our jieople," they spoke
in advance of the national republi
can convention, which declared
"In favor of tho entire repeal of
SATURDAY, HKI'T. 8, 1888.
"Col." Lee, supernumerary of tho
Chcmuwii Indian training school,
has returned froniKllensbuig, Curry
futility, where he raked up lifteen
more or less Indian girls and boys,
legitimate sons and daughters of
various men lu that county. Not
ono of them' belonging to an Indian
reservation. Witness what desperate
strulls the "Col." must lio In for
boarders at the Institution. Next
year it Is expected, If "Col." Leo
stays there, only white children
need apply. Them' lifteen don't
need (ho sort of "education" they
will receive ut tho Indian school at
Clu'iimwu. They lmVo better
schools ut home. HtiiU-mimn to-day.
AVe give the aliovo choice morsel
In full, because tho reader could not
take In its full malice and absurdity
from an abridgment. Tho sin
charged against Col. Leo, witH-riii-teudont
of tho Chemawa school, Is
traveling over tho country and
rukttig lu Indian children for his
school. What docs the Statesman
suppose this school olllclal Is paid to
do? Wait lu his ollleo for tho
scholars to couio lu of their own
accord? Tho editor's Information
must Is' greatly at fault I
Sujit. Leo's performance of duty
Is fully Justllled by the above carp
ing criticism. A school Is placed
under his euro with a capacity for
over two hundred scholars, and by
tho rules of tho Indian service he Is
allowed no appropriation unless tho
number of tuumtcs Is kept up to
it certain minimum. It Is the ox
IHirlolut' nil over tho country that
Indian parents nro unwilling to
send their children away from
homo to school, and it tvrtultf
amount of pressure, ihust U brought
to bear to obtain their consent.
Tnke the Haskell Indlnli sohtsil lu
Luwivnoo, Kiut., tho CaVUsle solinb)
and tho lUiiiptou hoIiihiI, nil pet
eilucMloiml estikbllshmrnts, ndo
inmtely sunportiHl ly tho govern
nun. find prtifunely aided liy church
societies nnd phllniithruplsts. If
Iiultuu parent weru liitrJllguut
they -would comiK'to for tho tirlvllej-e
of bending their hoyi mid girls to
()ien)4H)liools. Dili tholr jervHdlng
stolidity doe their eyes to. tho
advuntnges otrVml, wml almost
forolblo ntetuiH hnvc to lo employed
to keop up minimum of scholars.
No "dcHrntti straits" itro rvUtetl
by the HtAtiuiiinii that Imrnm Hunt,
Liti In keeping tip his nohool. And
even If they ixiulil Is' told of him
they Mould U no way to his dis
tvill. Wo haw known of an
Indian school superintendent going
to no ngt'iiey m'ltool, with n shrewd
old tyiU'f wull ftvd, to urgw tho clilt
drou to ko with tho unknown
twuilior. This wn n luvitoh of hos
pitality, perhaps, but ho wru drlvwi
to tho "stmlt." Cpt, I'rett, of th
CarlUle aohool, tt limn of national
reputatlnn, spumU the whole sum
pier vacation drumming up pupils
for his Mihool, mul ho wilt km p lit
lUtoiiont oiitortnlttcd by tho hour re
oouutlug tho kiilitrfugx ho Is n
duixHt to in pflrfivnuliig hU aiIiwUiii,
The ImprVwUm our outtfiiipomry
would prxnlmv U that 1X4. Ia Uuks
internal taxes rather tlian the
surrender of any jiart of our pro
Here Is a direct Issue between tho
republicanism of tills state and
that of tho nation, as announced by
the slitlciaiis who assumed to
siH'uk for it last June. Hut hero
come thu Minnesota republicans,
alsoHjicakhig through a state con
vention, who pronounce- emphatic
ally In favor of "tho modification,
readjustment and reduction of tho
tarill." The platform reiterates
tho views of Oarlleld and Arthur,
as well as thu recommendation of
the commission appointed by the
president last named, and urges
"placing on the free list articles of
prime necessity which enter Into
the ordinary consumption of thu
people." And tho republican
senators, too, have lieen busy for
several weeks formulating a bill to
revise our present tnrltl", by placing
some articles now taxed on tho free
list, ami reducing thoduty on others.
Tills divergence leads to tho unt
il nil Impiiry whether tho vociferous
crowd of delegates who thronged tho
convention hall in Chicago are to
lie regarded as authoritative; or
whether the teachings of such
statesmen m Garlleld, Arthur,
Allison, Henry Wilson, Folgor,
McCullogh and a host of other such
worthies still have prevalence.
President Clurllold says, "I am for a
a form of protection that leads to
frco trade," our Chicago hoodlums
dare us to touch our war tarill' list
on jvaluof Hooding the country with
frco whisky. This discrepancy In
republican couiixcls is causing
damaging jsirpluxlty lu tho present
fled this original neurotic type, until It
may now be fairly called tho American
type, and is indeed so recognized through
out Europe. This type exists in Its most
perfect form in tho larger American cities.
For it Is the neurotic member of tht
family who is most inclined to "kick"
against the monotonous life of tho coun
try. All such men drift into cities, where
they can find an outlet for their energetic
and often splenetic unrest. In their case
also tho neurotic tendency is increased by
their environment. Tlicy become small In
physlquo, and, as a rule, are chronic dys
peptics. Their children are apt to suc
cumb to the irmliullcs of childhood. The
men arc kind and Indulgent fo their fami
lies, but irritable. The women are bright,
quick wltted, splrituelle, but restless.
They aro fond of living gregnribus lives,
and spend a largo portion of their time in
relating to each other the evidences of
their physical weakness. And so In three
generations tit most these highly devel
oped but diseased men and women die
out, literally consumed by the fire of their
own ubuormal vitality.
Doubtless the generalizations of this
English physician are too sweeping. It is
not true that only the men of u neurotic
or nervous temperament borne from tho
country into American cities. Indeed, it
is quite tho other way. The vitality of
our cities Is steadily replenished by thb
thousands of strong limbed nnd clear
headed country boys, who nro constantly
pouring Into tiiem, nnd whose nerves of
steel enable them to withstand the terrible
strain of city life for years. Hut It is
undoubtedly true that our cities do tend
to produce a highly nervous type of mnn
and woman, witli no stomach to speak of
and a much impaired liver. But with the
increase of weultji' ant luxury this type
will doubtless disappear. Even now the
lean, dyspeptic American, with a hungry
look of conquest in his eves, is rapidly civ
lug place to the Jolly, well fed, easy goii.;:
American, Mho, having conquered fnto
and destiny, can nITord to take life us it
comes with all the good iintured cnlmne1.
of nn cplcureun phllos-opher. New York
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In tho tempernturc It produces disease of
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Opera House Corner, Salem.
Tun American 'fanner may soon
get more than his till of protection.
A petition hits been presented to
the Hrltlh government asking that
a duty be laid on importations of
wheat from foreign countries, but
wheat fntni British possessions to lie
admitted free. England Is our best
wheat customer, and the duty would
Ik) a heavy blow to our agricultural
A man lu Douglas county has
been adjudged insane, one of the
proofs produced nt the trial being
thst he wrote n letter to President
Cleveland commending Ids admin
istration. The next thing we shall
hear from this msm W will he- eat
ing ratsbane In his porridge. lie is
clearly as nnul iWn March hare.
UrtwUjt Is Nr.
Mr. K, Lookley Jr., thu (raveling
Hgentofthe Joi'KNAk, returned to
day with a large list of new sub
scribers AUd h "sack" of money.
Undoubtedly the ivipor, n account
of Its amount of news and fair deal
ing with all pertou and tho tiuea
tlonsof the day, Is grviwlng rapidly
lu favor, This U not bragging but
n simple statement of facts.
TM K. efL
Bnjis nn exchange-: In England,
S00 years ago, John Ball orgnuUed
the Knights id l.Uir. The guvern
instit hung John Ball, but the few
feet of rope that hung hluidld not
rotuovtf tho wrongs ngulust whlohJ
tie and his brother kulghta rebelled,
aiuVthe order Urvlw to thk day.
Tlie Rtirltiff nf .Tiitrt rrimnl.
Next to Benares, .Itu;:iunnth, which
Is unique in imiity wny among tho holy
plnces of tho lllunoo-i, atlmcts the i.nic.st
number of piL-rlmi imm all ji.irl.. .
India. Tho shilui' or Jngnnieitli. loin
monly cnlleil .ltigcerunui literally tho
lionl of tho Cnlvcfe Mnuils oi. theriKist
of OrIsa, ninid level, tun nlng ram!'-; iino
to tlioso who sail up ami down the IJ-iy of
Dengal it appears in tho dUtaneu like n
vast black obelisk. It Is l.uill nf huge
b) ct;s of granite, trnusporud vlth in
credlhlo lubor from thu neighboring
mountains, ' ami consists of a ro:i'(;ue
pyramldlcnl structure hIkuu SoUfiet in
height ami n spacious nun incloieil by u
lofty wall. Around tin- w.ill on the lu
shlo there Tuns a gnlh-ry mpported liy u
double rango of pillars ami forming 'i'70
arcades. The four fnces of the pjri.uiM
are covered with sculptured llgunsof dei
ties, uiul Its apex is croniieil Mitli onin
meats of gilt copper, which Ihuu uiul glit
ter In she sun.
Thu interior of .this stupendous struct
ure, which is In, perpetual darkness,- Is
lighted up by 100 li.in:-s, burning d.iy anil
night in front of the l.tol. Thu liungo is
maiU of wihmI, thickly painted nnd re
newetl every thrw jesis, when tho orig
inal bone of the defllel hero. Krishna,
are removed hyd Brahmin from thnliuidt
of tho old Idol to that of the new one.
Tho priest, during this awful operation,
covers his eyes, let the stghtof such mys
terious relics should consuuia htm likl
llglitnlng. Thu prlrtly terror, of course,
renretsea In the mliuli of tht worshipers
all desire to seu Krishna's bones. London
The Wiwau t India.
Tlie women In tpwns and vtllrtprs libdve
the copllc claks rarely show their faces and
the better clae ntver. Soms trsreleri
pk of thrlr peeping at ont from their
Tells or from behind thslr Utticrt win
dows. From what I have seen and can
learn from people who have long lived
here such coquetries are only iudulgtd in
by Nautrh girl (dancing glrh) Of a low
order, or by a itlll worse class. The du
cation of a woman i such that she hon
estly thluks hirwlf tlegrsdcil should she
permit hrr face to be seen by a man;
rawly Is It done, even to a fthr-ln-law
or brotherlu-law. especially if the brother-in-law
be older than her husband,
A well to do Hindoo, with six. brothers,
all younger thdu himself, told me he.had
seldom, ever ca the face of a tln:te"ki
of his sitters IrrUW, and when Ue-'thad.
done so It -was under pettUar drttm
stances tIl(loiulr pcrmrsathle. VThJa
thing la not simply a social cuttotubbtlt
Is mlxed'up with their wllgtous rcqu!r
menu. Iteligton hat a Very powerful
hold even on the men, who are generally
more or leu educated, for sow common
schools are throughout the country, llut
the women are wholly truedacated ex
cept in religion rite and duties. With
them their religion l all despotic and
powerful, leading them trt the past to the
Mpped In tbe Hud.
Is It not better to nip consump
tion, the greater scourge of human
ity, In the bud, than to try to stay
Its progress on tho brink of the
grave. A few doses of California's
most useful production, SANTIE
ABIE, tlie king of consumption,
will relieve, and n thorough treat
ment will cure. Nasal Catarrh, too
often the forerunner of consump
tion, can bo cured by California
CAT-R-CURE. These remedies are
sold and fully warranted by D. AV.
Matthews & Co., 100 State street,
Salem, at $ 1, or three for JU.50.
THE BEST STOCK OE STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WA.DE & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
REED'S OPERA- HOUSE
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. I4TH(
GEORGE f. CAME
This talented author and famed elocution
lt, Mil road u choice rccrtory from his
SB- KnMern Journals "ffa
IV ieiik iu the. hlchot -a
ar terms of Mr. Cable's -h
9ir lit entry entertain- -
- ments. "S
Reserved hcuts, 75 cents,
(ienenil iiIiiiUIoii1.'-0 ivnts.
Tickets for sale at l'lttton's and Starr's
Charter Oak Stoves,
OTHER LEADING STYLES.
Also a Complete Slock of Hardware and Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriages
ANE OK THE LAUCIKHT EHTA!UJ!)l!
Uiuunu In tUotstate. Ir rutoM Uan
1-ortlaniL Ijirroit sunk IximJ llhtnlcs In
the State, a -irblgKust discount. .'Send for
lTrleclltorjob priming, and catalogue ol
leal blanks. i M. WA1TE,
fpHE QUESTION Of THE DAY.
PROTECTION OR FREE TRADE?1
As Eumlsitlen of U-4 Tariff Qumum lth Et-
fc!l Rtgtrd t till latcrsits
BY HENRY GEORGE. .
CIX)ril. flJO. 1'Al'Klt, S! CKNTS.
This U the elrarrst, fairest, most Interest-
ins ana mot complete examtmttlqn of the
tariff question yet made, and trill prove
luvaluable to all who wish to understand
the subject. , ,,
The- most thoroush tnvestlnttlon Mh
sutoect thst has yet been put In trt New
Th aptxnninca bf this book rdarks it
new eXKh In the world-wide lrorcl for
free trade. Henry tirorre has a powr of
puttlncrcontimle truths Insucli a cl en rind
IlniMd lansuarv that snr ehlUI run iikiIm.
stand him, while th iiwmi lotroed man
ii rnoj the accuracy of nil statement
burnlnj: j41es of tholr dead husbands. 5m,,h ufm"pne,f .hl thoui&ta.
Carter Harrtson's Uttr. Tn.T" " tnuHn ln Ncw Yotk-""-
luako 111 K"hiKl uttrnrllve.
lHil vulty ivm1I townnl tho Utlxus
Ihv qiMllIlM to lug uu, tlm K. ofl wouUl u-w
How i haw swurvnl it foothoUUii thU kiul
Dr. Oal3wW, th groat CMollaVat
rrlS has tratd otrr 130,009 rsUiteta. 11a
vxntfit 19,009 an re ch. j-r, ,
rantUohjrds U a tw slscp mdeosr; Its
aMicn Is quicker than -chlerti, It U as tmfa
as th hroaitdca, and U aot lojuriocs xtst
wheo UMd to scorn,
lYftaaatrtts'l; ihrraUaod In'tLalcxAM
dlstrkUio QtMaiJ(t tW&Mn fewiU, tal
(Hraska (vi s ur uta parpcaa, ftrta or
ar. yiKS' w veswr "BSaUB(
vtieh taso svur th (Mat,
A cook which evrrr wnrklnrmmti lnthn
Und enn rvad with Interest und ouiht to
rtd.-New York Herald.
Yboever wauts tn aee tho strunjrot r
Evimont not oulr acalnti proteiiloh.but
acalnst all tarttrs-wUl find 11 here.
The singular success orMr.aconiCU thai
ho has HtadeiuUttcal economy iBtcrestln.
I ullarUa llet lew,
Hoarj Gotcro OtW WorVj,
lYccTessaml lMrty, cteth, ; paper,
Specialties in Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Pelil Prunes. ( , i.
W, M. SARGEANT
Keeps it tine stock of
Wall Paper, Borders and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Chesls, Velocipede?, Bicycles,
BASKETS, and all kinds of fRAUES.
Mouldings 'and Frames' Made to Order.
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
lrovtalonj, Flour and Feed..
Vegetables md Fruit Fresh Every Day.
Mr stock Is entirely new. nndlcarefullr
selected. Price marked downfto a cash
Xi 110 Stale a-Xext to Red FwbL
HORSES AND CATTLE FOR SAIL
hot; One oiarr. 7 years old. weicht
out 1W0: otioftWr (InaucHratkHiltVMrs
dm. uacaily (lrehoroBl a years old;
crmaea raorse i yntrs utu
Tissue pnper, leaves and .centers. A"0"
forcet the artist material, such as Tube
I'll hits oral) kinds, Brushes of all sizes, and
menders. Also tbe
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
I i .
Mats for ft-ameol all ilt,la' fact every
thing else that can be thought of.
Come and See for Yourselves
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Hhopon tbe alley, opposite Mlnto'o Ut
cry Stable, Halem, Or.
FOR BARGAINS IN
i srmaea bcw z ttots uta . one suesiiiip eaii
EV,Trxtl,Mk',,JPwr',BU -- AWo IstilitUNi.IiMn otdftv
Th Ijhm' QueMUa, rrH-. l ret s. f Ibjt milk ; one two-year-old Itrtfer, ttxlnr
rwirty la Laijcaper, ttcrau. ' milk, and three calve. 1 have also one
Addrrsa THE HTA.-ifiAKlX. Wader aud one sHBBlBr mill.
UVBloo square. Now York. 1 lo-lw MAKTIN KOWLKY.
ROTAN A WHITNBY,
W? CMt SrottS'Ha, Ortgo.
Havtajr hoacBtul tbo remainder ol "
caair siMaiw ides;, we -are SHvtr
: ten chain lower tuaa any wwn ib v