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Iil5Vr 1 MOHTON,
Of Now York.
l'"OK 11111 DIINTIA I. Kl.KG'IOIUJ.
Itobert MrI-oaii,of ICliuimtli County.
Win. Knpus.of Mtiltnciiuiili County.
C. W. Fulton, of Clatsop Count).
WIJONICSIMY. AlKJUKT J 5, K88.
i.ai'iii.mi Tin: mtiiNii man.
HtiyH thi Hlutwiiiuu, ttntlcr Hh
lllCJll llllwllirt'IH'HHl()ll tlml tlio
until front Mulno in llio republlcim
iioiiilnco for prwltluut :
JimiuH (). Hlnliio HtandH now mh
lio Iiiih Htood for miiim ycaix, thu
Kientcst Htali'Hiiiiiu in tlw world,
llo Ih the cinliodiiiiciit of (lit Aincr
ican idea, and tlio Hpokituiuui and
ailvlwir of Ills unity. Ilo wivo out
tlio kmicI of HiIh cainpidgn, and
tlio platform Ih n ri'ltoriitlon of IiIh
niiwugo from ovor tlio wn.
IIimvIII oronlo inoro oiithns
liwm mining lopnbllcaiiH and tlio
pooplo Konorally limit any other liv
ing limn t'onid t'lvuto, liocatiho lio Ih
loved and iidnilred liy tlio uiiikwh hh
no other mail.
(Ion. Harrison, liko many anotlior
pttlillo man, iniiy piay to Imi deliver
ed from IiIh frlondrt. It Ik no won
der that nnilor hiioIi a ftiHllado
tin tin) ahovo, a lit of dlseounj;e
inenl coiuoh ovor him and ho k'wh
ii-IImIiIiik. If Hlidne Ih our groatoHt
xtatuHiimn where tloon (Ion.
J I unison HlandV Aro I hero no
wohIh of onlogy for Ills UiiowIoiIko
of public nllulix, and llttu&w for tlio
iiiliiiliilMnitliui of Kovornntont '.'
If tlio Maine hIuIokiiimii In tluHiUe
uiaii and tulvlsvr of tlio mrty, what
IMwItion iloo tlio Hlainianl liiiirur
k'KrmIw him to a mere pnpjiol? A
polltioHl ptinthlto to he borne Into
tVuno liy this national ooliMMtm',' Tlio
.Slnteniimn oditor ounuut mill nueli
fitUmmo adulation of tlio wrong
uihii loyttlty to imilyj and mtuli
limpropriHto kii1i livtniyti lilwIiu'Uof
tMOt Mllll HMHOlty.
It U to Ih rVatvil that tho u.or
illtini abovu mtottHl wan printed at a
Unto wlinn hlMiiMn wero ooitniM'tl
with tho hurrah and hilarity of
tho ChluHKo eouvontloil. 11 Id
niHogro n'lHirt ofthedolngn of that
tiiinultuoiu thnniK dlMpiHiliitMl liU
rwmlnrts, hik! ho must Imvo Mtaywl
away fnun tho convention hall lu
wu ho mh uiiumI to uh claiuur,
ur jH)idvontur tho doU'icuto'
ihiiiw hold inotv winning attmo
tlotw, 1 1 U memory tlll hIiowh a
Uto of dUutrlmneo. Ilo ww Mr.
IHlll0"KHWtMlt (ho MMIK1 of thin
oiiipMln, (wlmtovor tlmt may Ih)
Mini tho pUttfornt U a tvllomtlon ot
liU litonoiy fhint ovor tlw hh."
Not iitiioh it Un't. Tho )iltfrm
thoonttiv ivkm1 of Internal tM.k,
mthor tlutn tho wonoudw of auy
iwrt ikf imr ptttotlvo otoiu." Mr.
itUlnt In hb PrU Irttor my:
I wtHikl not imIvIm tlio tviKwl of
t.. Other ooiwtdwH-
lion tUiwi Uiuo of rWwotoUl mliiiln-
ttmtku uxlo U Uik4Milu(iiMouii(
wltJt wwnno w hlky. Thv in h
iHonUnbW to it. To eU-pou tho
prtiv nf w hUk to to liiormnc lu iu -UittUou
Ttw )iUtAiriii 'ravm" fh hUKy
nMbor tlutu iiy alutkntMnt T tbv
w Uritt'nu m4 or tnm orluiuhor;
Mr. lUnluo v Ufa MmWr JiMiUMHit
uid hltfU-r ihmuuumMp, wb
iroai Uwuiorf muiMi)' ml kkmo u tbw
luunU aid oC ti mwitnn. "Tt
fewMU Utv prtM vt whtoky," k
4UU4l Ilk MtDW- OUWUUyUMtt, "k
ui Uu-fvaa It nowmmrttou ttor
uuHMly " Ami t wr i4mctn
SUfh foil advMsu'.v m ltb will
,itUHUiv uo tuw. Uur UwtWr
fUlll Una taken wool under IiIb pro
tection, and he ukcs the staple to
pull over the eyes of the unthinking.
Nothing can be gained by dis
honesty; bowsism has been nearly or
ryilte eliminated from current
pplitlcs. Tho people do tbeir own
thinking, and they demand of those
wlioitHHUtne to instruct them the
Hlmnle riunliticH of falniewH and cor
The republican pnrty has no weak
cose to present to the country. A
candidate for tho presidency of spot
Iosh record and high character;
jMitrlotlc, capable, true. Tte past
achievementH aro an earnest of
what it will yet iiccompliBh. It ImH
beaten down negro sluvery it will
yet destroy the tyranny of combined
cospital. ft Iuih given the jicople
free Iiomes and free schools, it will
yet perfect legislation to secure the
latter against 'the rapacity of the
money loancr. A few hoodlums
from California, New York and
New Jersey may declare for free
whisky in the national platform,
but tho moral sense of republicans
condemns such peril dy, and the
slump of disapproval is alll.xed upon
the men who betruy a solemn trust.
The principled of republicanism can
not bo stilled in tho breasts of thoKj
who have cherished them as a
temporal faith, and Jejune editors
mistake their function if they snp-po-o
they can substitute hoiesy by
clamor lyid abuse. Tho republican
cause Is still strong and stands u
good chance of success; but there
nitisl bo fairness and Judgment in
Its advocates, and the true doctrine
must not bo mixed tin with its
'i in: vi'iNi: TJtusT.
According to a Chronicle repoiter,
tho falluro of T. Coleman t Co. will
bring severe embarrassment on tho
vineyardists In tho Sonoma and
Napa valleys. There Is a w ino trust
lu that state which resents all Inde
pendent dealings; but the extensive
house of Coleman & Co. was able to
Miami oil' the boycott of this com
bination and seotiro a market for
local operators. A largo wine
dealer named DoTurk Is "caught in
a corner this year," to Use tho re
porter's phrase, and ho cannot
purchase of tho grapo growers, lie
cause ho can llud no outlet for his
wines. When operating through
the Coleman's ho could send oil' his
liquid wares as fast as thoy wore lit
for shipment, three or four car loads
a week; but now tho combine has
closed down on him ho is in luck If
ho can get out an occasional car
load. I h has an immcuso stock on
hand, tot down at NMl.tMH) gallons,
and as ho is deprived of an outlet ho
Is lu no condition to purchase tho
present crop, and fears aro ex
ploded that ho may go under.
Competition In'lng crushed out,
the rapacity of tho w lue trtlst is in
dulged without stint. Numerous
Instance aro cited. A widow at
Cloverdale made a veiUd contract
with one of tho combination mou
for the solo of hor wlnoat the ruling
maiket rate of 1(1 to IS cents a
gallon. Tho wine was bold by
sninpltw, and when It canto to
KittlliiK up, tho wlilow received only
10 cents a gallon. Competent
Judges pronounced this tlagraut in
justice, but tho wllor had no re
count, and corporations have uo
Tim kwihi grower art lu dismay
and talk of letting their crops mt on
the vines this season to spite tho
groisly monopolists. Hut this will
Ik liko cutting oil' tho utwo to spite
(ho face, U'ltutso combined capital
cm 1 1 sllUnl to wait, whllo many of
tho vintagers would bo seriously
crippled at tho hw of a soaMin's
This (runt. biulnur- is growing
into an lntolsml4t evil, ami tlio
lllHirlliw of thu jKHiplouro tliroatenoil
by Mtob daugmrnuts combinations,
hi Now York, ikrvhtllngs under
tho oiu4mcy art Umvo boeu In
(itutwl aniiliwt tho cormorant
siUjrar truM; if a Judicial deeUluu
shall U pfxmouucwl lckritig Have
"iHiibliM" lllfifJMl and airalimt
laiblto Mklley, tho iy to lwNkliit
Hteiu up w UI Im oioar, and ilo4iio(ie
poinmercv will ag4u llow Uirat(h
uuivwtrtclrtl oluuiUttl. If (Ir
imwnt method to mmhmI u wm-
iluuo aud tumiM llanNf,
oily mu W itoiurlvKHl U
apply. imI Uio lw4Uf
IMIU UMMta m my
TheKUvwHtMi Afwl vy: Mlw
Kvii, ftMubtrt T 0. AY. VeOdwr.
wV Uvv immut OnMy IWU, w
tlirown from m brw n tew toyt
ino? and Had hr wrUt UWomtod
mid w MViutuly hurt oUxrwW.
it k duiux w(IIm ouuKl I t
pocted uitatar lite etrouiuabiniw.
Looks Like DuIkh.
From an interview wlpi Wm. L
Hoag, vIcx-progJdpnt of the Qrcjgon
Pacific, it ig leanied, tliat the, con
tract for ComI,JeAl,aKfe .unibjlied
work begun by. CQfjtractor 5nnett,
was let Saturday to A. Brink. The
contract let is for the completion of
twenty odd miles of track east from
the present terminus of the road,
which will bring it fifty-four miles
east of Albany. Mr. Brink has be
gun buying supplies and material
for the work to be done. He has al
ready contracted for 600 Chinamen,
who were to be sent to the front in a
few days. On Monday, August
13th, it was expected that active
work would begin. A considerable
portion of the grading on this part
of the road is already done, and the
track laying and completion of the
road will be done very rapidly. Or
ders have been given for tho iron
and material for bridges, and gangs
of bridge carpenters aro now pro
ceeding to the front and going to
work. Engineers Eckelsou, Earle,
Sykes and others went to the front
"Wednesday with their parties. In
a few days, according to Mr. lloag'
statement, other contracts will be
let for an additional forty miles of
theroad and also for some of the
tunnel work. Vice-President Hoag
returned Saturday from a trip up
the Santiitm, and will givo his indi
vidual attention to this season's
operations. Ho says tho company
is now better prepared than ever to
get on with the work, and has plen
ty of money to prosecute it. It is
tho intention of the company to
push the construction vigorously
until bad weather drives the men
from their work. The road will be
llnished entire as they go along, and
next spring at as early date us the
weather will permit, it is proposed to
push the work of construction ahead
as fast as possible toward Boiiso City.
The two chair factories are doing
a good business.
( frain is yielding Avell. Fruit has
been passing through town to the
Leo Brown & Co. have been busy
repairing tho Hume, re-setting tho
wheel and getting ready to resume
The prosecution of the O. P. rail
road is a matter of congratulation
becauso the work had been com
pleted to near this place. A con
tinuation will help business.
At Mill city, the new health and
pleasure resort twenty miles up the
railroad track, the Santiam lumber
company aro to begin work soon.
As soon as trains run to this place
of grand scenery, pure air, spring
water, game, llsh and McForron
Falls, many In search of teereation
and recuperation will Iw found there.
A pressing need is a public wagon
bridge acnss the Santiam to con
nect Marion and Linn counties.
Tho resident of tho latter county
are petitioning their authorities for
tho boon. And Slay ton, Aiunsvillo,
Sllverton, Tumor, Mehania and all
that Htit of Marlon county arc ap
pealing to our commissioners to join
our nolghlRirx In bridging tlio river.
lux.vni'8 Donnki.i.y who wont
to KiigUuid to teach tluwe stubborn
Islanders that ltaeoti wrote Shaks
pero's plays has gone on a liootloes
errand. Tho bard of StratforiUin
Avou stands high in public rovor
ono there, and when this oxjiert lu
cyphers, andoryptog rams proclaimed
tho world's foremost minstrel a
sot, a dullard, and a village autrant,
hU niesmgo was an unwelcome one
aud Mr. Donnelly received the cold
shoulder. He has loot temper now,
and Is writing Irritable letters to
the London ijiors w ho linve .spoken
Ughtlnlyofhls book. This lovar
of ltoeou will lmvotoapHwl his vso
to another audience,
Do the Salem morning paper
wally nwwn that Nov J. V. Him,
ftrmr iMettH: of (he M. R church
of (his idaott, Um teutlwr-ln-ww and
guM of Dr. MorudiUi, Is one of the
"IKtriodkwl pAxfloual deiitatfogtitM
ami pn.iitotMil naHintebauks, hih!
rioloiit dwaKhlaicklers who forei
tltauindA-w Ih laiblie notkwr'
CoHildlUMtiUry to au old Onmhi
pioiMwr r-vWtlur hW tenner tmriah
kMHMTM MMl 01 fHltd 1 I Nit If
Mtcna mauiMr rtM)imxorolMt
li um uatwrv of Qte auluuil, (it
UUUQ0 ItimN M Up MUh It M bl
AjdurUM ; Tit CUtoj lUaul aud
Cotwtntt'tkMt (V, kuua (brvofitMtt
at wurk at the SntuJde eatiuery. At
tlib point the ruad make bead
wbih It k Iniended to obvtm b
lMltUUK In Mt aud buikUnir a
atnUitht pWc of road I.uw (K In
length, 4riinjt Hw- matt at a lkdnt
cwmidiwabW Ian her toward thf
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
According to the statistics of the
liquor men themselves there was
consumed In the United States dur
ing the fiscal year ending June 30,
1884, the enormous aggregate of 79,
610,601 gallons of distilled limiors and
18,095 ,616 barrels of fermented liq
of the spirituous liquors were Uied
for medical and mechanical purposes
(there were but 4,269,078 gallons thus
used the year before) and Ave have
left 74,016,001 gallons of spirituous
liquors used for drinking purposes,
and, of course, tho entire amount of
fermented liquors. Reducing this
to saloonkeepers' estimate, one-half
a gill of distilled and one-third of a
pint of fermented liquors per drink,
and placing the cost to the drinker
at 10 cents per glass for the former
and 5 ceuts per glass for the latter,
and we havc( $478,546,240.40 spent
for spirituous and ?636,2o2,708.53
for malt liquors the last year, mak
ing a total of $1,114,709,044.03 as the
nation's drink bill for a single year.
The Lord's law of giving upon
conditions, applies to health. We
should live by hygienic rules. There
must bo proper nutrition. There
must also bo periods of rest. The
constantly bent bow will loo its
elasticity. Stimulants must be
avoided. Their action is abnormal.
They goad the nerves beyond their
natural strength; and, by so much,
impair their vigor. "Working on
stimulants is doing business on bor
row ed capital, and Nature exnets
compound interest. Extraordin
aries excepted, if we live by the
laws of health, we may, witli God's
blessing, be constantly and glorious
ly well. I. F. AV.
Pundita Ilniunbai Avas welcomed
before sho entered San Francisco by
a committee that met her en route
A reception avos given her on her
arri-al. She addressed the
national teachers' association, and
spoko before that delightful Golden
Gate Institution, Mrs. Sarah B.
Cooper's Bible class.
Tho National AY. C. T. V. has be
come tho largest association of wom
en in the Avorld, Avitli over forty de
partments of Avork and branches in
Europe, Asia, and on the isles of
tho sea. It has an enormous pub
lishing house in Chicago which
pays an annual dividend of six per
cent to its stockholders. Millions
of pages of literature are issued from
Its press. AVe have a National Tem
perance Hospital, and will surely
realize our project of a Temperance
Temple in the city of Chicago. This
whlto-ribbon dove has two wings,
brooding with mother lo-o over lost
humanity, and over tho Pontes of
the nations. Mothers a's. Saloon,
pleading "For God and Home ami
Native Land;" Avill surely be heard
lu the courts of hoavon.
A gentleman who had spent sev
eral months In Kansas said recently:
"Tho debasing oU'ect on children
which comes from a familiarity
with liquor Miloous was never forci
bly presented to me until 1 went to
astute where saloons were unknown.
Kansas is filled with boys ten years
old aud under, w ho never saw a sa
loon since they can remember. They
navorsaw a man under the Influ
ence of liquor, lteing wholly with
drawn from the sight of it, nearly
nil of them avIU have no more desire
for drink on arriving at man's estate
than they avUI have for opium or
hasheesh. Though I am not a Pro
hibitionist, it really looks to me as
If tho Kansas jiooble were doing a
win thing lu keeping public drink
ing place our of their Mate. Of
course quantities of liquor reach the
tt lu Jugs, kegs and barrel., from
Kansas City, and wl'whetx, but the
ridtig generation U not materially
attbotod; for the old fellows monop
ollwall thestutt tlmt eoiuee by e.
pree, and they are shy alxait let-
tlng tlw people kitow Uwy lwv It.
The national governmeut, by the
way, U wigagwl in very email bihM
1 nani lu Kaitaa. It ItaaaguU thare
who Mil govertuneut Uquor UoauMo
, to all wiw want tltatu. 'IttaM llww
Mi, tlH Sutkrouie Court ha held,
OMuuot tx Url M evkhMtw u( Ihiitor
sailing lu 4al proHMMUotts for that
1 )MIVoid UY lUOntbh (lal.
Wry aud entire tutenat In the pbokK
jrranu buain to M. K. Serry. of
Obkk Ml 1)mmius who oww me for
Eire, will idea rail at the gal
and Mrttk wtthtu 4xty days
fatt. AU untUd aooouou
rWtWtmL wtU be )0arl In au
aliorufyk hanW, for collection.
. r. Johnmin
SailM, Or , Aug. IX, "as.
OREGON LAND COMPANY
Hns now for pnlo twenty-flvo 10-ncro lotR on the west side of tho river, from 3V lm
miles lrora Snlcm nnd nenr tho iCO-ncro fruit farm owned by Air "n
AVnllnce, of Salem. These lots nro nil nicely situated within sight of tho
Capital City, nnd having a grand view of the snow-capped peaks of the Cnrrto
The Soil is of the Very Best Quality
for the production of rilUIT, nnd some of tho lots nro nlrcndy set out to trees thni ...
in mil bearing. One lot hns several hundred I'HUNK trees on It: nnother nlre
number of the llnest 1'IUil trees; nnd others hao CHERRY nnd APPLE'treM
them. "cm on
All Lots Front on a. Road
iyiuvaaoSI!o?aSM nw bine gelca nnrt w,n be onc of tho nsisr
Jt Is cenernlly conceded that Investment In FRUIT liANDS nt the present time
Insure, at a Low Estimate, from $250 to $500 per Acre!
T-,'f,hiS Pro'nj'IJ' of.-Mr- AVnllnco's It tilt farm of 150 acres to these lots Insures a
bear. Cnnney nml lmis ""convenient market, ns soon ns tho trees arc old enough ll
Call on tlio
Oregon Land Company,
Hank Jlock on
Audit hey IIISHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY
Tho '-'Stli Aiiiiunl Stato I'alr will bo
held on the Kalr Groiinils, near bnlcin,
commencing on tho '
17th OF SEPTEMBER,
And continuing one week.
CASH PREMIUMS to the
Amount of $15,000
Will be awarded for Agricultural, Mechan
ical and Stock exhibits, works of nrt and
flmoy work, aud for trials of speed.
The premiums ottered lmo been In
creased In many cases, and new fiascos
lme been added. No entry f.o charged
In till ilons J, K, I. and (.
A magnificent Held ot horses entered,
and there will be splendid contests of uui
nlng and trotting ohcIi day.
Thedilteri'iit transportation comiianles
will makelilwral leductlons In faros and
sixx'lal attention Is called to the premi
ums otrered for county exhibits of grains,
grasses and fruits,
Kutrles will be received In the secretary's
otllee In Salem, beginning six days before
tlie fair, and on the 0lr grounds from Fri
day before the fair. Persons desiring to
exhibit In divisions J, K. O, Pand Q nre
reiunted to make their entries on Frl
ilay aud Saturday be (lire the ftilrirpolble.
All entries cIom? on Monday, September
17th, at 7: p. in. '
PRICKS OF ADMISSION.
Couihmi ticket for men (six ilnys) 82 CO
CVmiHn ticket for women (six days) .. 1 00
Day ticket fitr men ft)
D ticket flr women 3S
Tickets to the grand stnd at mee
track fur males over 12 years 36
Uulles to the graud stand (ree. ,
T1vom devlrlne to ininluii Umilw will
apply to the secretary.
edto tlte seoretary atBalemfora
premium list. J.T.ORRGO, '
W. M. SARGEANT
Keep a Ha iktek of
Wall Paper, larders awl Centers,!
AIY BttMIQ, EXPRESS WAMNt,
W IffS. M M V f WW H UK.
Mies u. hm U k bkt.
Tlaiajaiw. JtaMs aa4 num. uoot
to-r( tlw artM aiaMelal, such a Tube
GOLD PAWT-BU0Y MIXED.
Mala ft tatamoi all elaav la iirtrtnj.
tu:ua rb that oaa be thuucln . ..'.
Come and Sae for Yourselves
i. i i i jwrt'iii
OFPICE IN THE
FREE OF CHARGE.
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes!
Imported German Prunes,
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty ot timber. Tw
aouses aud two twrus. Good oivhanl.
Meadow and IB) acres plow land. Flft
head of cattle w1Ui the place if wanted, and
horaee enouali to run lu Within five miles
-Enouire at Office of Caoital Journal.
uSmI tor eataloaue, CaU tor prices for Job
PrlaUwf towawla Orefoa.
E. U. WAITE, Satwa, Or.
H. HANONOi, Pif attar.
Una- SL. bat. Kany aad Mate.
J MA VINO,
mi I MAMOXD.
And Aeater laB k aU or Slu.i.nt Iiulru
mrutL Ottc. aMiVininvn :.l .'m I Ju
m.nn ui .4d oa It.r taslaluit ul j-la
ii jin.!a nirnnen
Specialties in Fruits