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rUHLIBHED
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
BY TIIK
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
I INGOKI'OKATKU
net. Cornrr Court and Liberty Streets,
TKKMH OK HUIIHCKIITIOM
jiaii.y.
Oneynir, by iimll . .... .n W)
Six inoiitliH, by nmll ... 2 WJ
riirfo inoiitliH by inr.ll 1 2T
Tor vrcoic delivered by onrrler . 15
WEKKJ.Y.
One yenr . ..?1 fo
Klx montliH 70
'io yenr. If imlcl for In advance,.. I to
ix months, " ' " SO
Wotnniitorfi nre mithomed to re
clo Mtuscrlptlonn.
rKntored ns hccoml-cliiiui matter nl the
aiciii,r('Koii,l'ostoiiieet.iiinov:i, iww.
Kepnlilican National Ticket.
For President,
IJKNJAMIN HAKmSON,
Of Indiana.
For Vice President:
liKVI I. MOHTON,
Of Now York.
For Pkiii)i:ntiai Ej.ixtoks.
Itobcrt Mu1iViiii,nf IClanmth County.
Win. KnpitK.of Multnomah County.
(J. W. Pillion, nf Clnlt.iii County.
.MONDAY, OCTOBER. 8, 1888.
B9
" moktON to vicrony.
OUIl NKXT I'ltlIIl!NT.
Ifnny ono had doubts about Gon
crul Hurriwm'H aUillitics at the time
of IiIh nomination for tho presidency
those doublH huvo long hIiico been
removed. No former candidate for
tills high olllco lumbcen called upon
for Impromptu Hpeouhoa ho frequent
ly ua lias (leneral HarriHon. Dele
giitlnim lroni the oast, the went, the
north and the south huvo called in
large utiinlicrH and In quick hui'ucsm
lon and for all he Iiiih made happy
response never repeating" himself,
never prosy and common place,
hut always with hIiikuIui' lit ntws anil
wonderful direct nww.
No one can read hlsHpceehcs with
out being Htiuek wltli hl mode.ty,
yet clear cut conipieheiiHlve outlin
ing the political Issues of tlio day.
The following is but a amplo of
tho tlally oeeuiTonccH an given by
telegrnnw from Indianapolis, Oct.
-4 tli, which wiyH:
Thoro were many ciiHora upon
(icu. Harrison to-day, including a
delegation of Michigan vlsltoix,
representing large furniture manu
facturing Interests of fJrand Kapids.
The Michlgantlers were prolille In
gifts to (Sen. Harrison, tho chief of
wliloh was a handsome otlleo chair,
manufactured entirely of native
hard woods, and labeled "presi
dential chair." Among other pres
ents were n number of lino speci
mens til' copper and Iron ore from
Northern Michigan, and also a
unique eaite.
At It o'clock Clou. Harrison received
the combined dolegallonsat the hall.
("Jen. Harrison was In good voice
and spoke with unusual animation
and tMrucAtuoss, repeatedly rousing
his audience. He said:
My Michigan, Ohio and Indiana
Friends: The.se cordial manifesta
tions of your personal regard move
mo very deeply. Applause. Rut
1 do not appropriate to myself the
great expression of popular Interest,
of which this meeting is only one. 1
understand that these are the result
of my relations to public questions
and to the people, asa representative
of the republican party; and the
Interest which thus exprett-.es itself
is In principles of government rather
than In men. Cheers.
I am one of the oldest republicans.
My llrst presidential vote was given
to the llrwt republican candidate for
tliut o til iv applause, and It has
Hlways Ikhmi source of profound
gratification tome that In peace and
WHrahUjli spirit of ixitrlotlsm and
devotion to our country has always
liervHittMl and donihiatwl the xtrty.
When, during the civil war, clouds
hung low, dimeters thlekeuwl and
Ui ftiluiv mim ciMwdtsl with ftwrfc,
never did uny rvpuhlleun wnventhwi
HwtmbUi without doeUriiiK Its (With
III the ulUmt triumph of our
onum Itfrtmt cheering, hihI iiuw it)
UtQNU wlrltttUtu eiubmeM snd
IMgimln the iUtlU Of )t ktMUM, !
Mud m.lvitM itollelen llul will
western states will not respond to
the attempt to excite prejudice
against New England. Vo advo
cate measures that are as broad as
our national domain, that are cal
culated to instill their equal bless
ings upon nil the land. Cheers.
The people of the great west recog
nize and vulue the great contribution
which those commonwealths about
Plymouth Rock have made to the
civilization, material growth and
manhood of our western states.
Cheers. "Weare not envious of
prosperty. Wc believe that the
protective policy developed her
great manufacturing Institutions,
and made her rich, and we do not
doubt that a continuance of that
policy will produce the same results
In Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
Cheers. We arc not content to
remain wholly agricultural sta'es in
relation to cither New England or
Old England. Applause. We be
lieve that in all these great western
states there are minerals in the soil
and energy and skill in the brains
and arms of our peoplo that will yet
so multiply and develop our manu
facturing industries as to give us a
nearer home market for much of the
products of our soil cheers and for
that great surplus that now and
always, perhaps, we shall not con
sume at home. We think the New
England market better than a
foreign market. Enthusiastic, pro
longed cheering.
The issue upon this great Indus
trial question is drawn as sharply as
lines ever wcro drawn between con
tending armies. Men are re-udj list
ing their party relations upon this
great question. The appeal that is
now made for defense of our Ameri
can system is finding its response,
and many of those who are opposed
to us on other questions arccomniitt'
Ing Mich questions to the future for
settlement, while they help us to
settle now and for an indefinite
future the great question of preser
vation of our commercial independ
ence. Tho democratic party has
challenged our protected industries
to a light of extermination. The
wage-earners of our country have
accepted the challenge. The issue
of this contest will settle fur many
years our tarlll' policy.
The eloquent description to which
wo have listened of the material
wealth oft ho gi eat state of Michigan,
lias been full of interest to us citi
zens of Indiana. We cannot doubt
that the peoplo of a state having
such generous Invitations to develop
ment of Its great home wealth in
manufacturing and mining puiniilts
will understand the issue that is
presented, and will cast their In
lluence In favor of that policy which
will make that development rapid
and sure, and more than all, and
better than all, will maintain In her
communities a well-p.dd class of
wage-earner.s. Cheers. Tho wage
workers vote; they are American
citizens, ami It Is essential that they
bo kept free from the slavery of want
and the dbvoutcut bred of Injustice.
Applause.
1 thank my Michigan friends for
these handsome specimens of the
products of their mines or their mills.
I shall cherish them with my grate
ful recollection of this pleasant visit.
Applause.
To my Indiana friends, always
generous, l return my thanks for
this newx evidence of their esteem.
Cheers.
To my Ohio friends, who so often
before have visited mo with kind
expressions of regard, I return tho
thanks of a native born Ohloan.
Prolonged cheers from the Ohio
delegation. Three great states are
grouped hero to-day.
I remember that at Resaca, when
the Held and .stalfof the regiments
that were making the assault were
ordered to dismount, there was a
Michigan oftleor too Blek to go on
Jambs Hcddlesox, of Washing
ton county, Ind., a region Infested
by White Caps, Is now in India
napolis with his daughter, both pit
iable victims of that now noted and
irresponsible organization. The
daughter had been placed In an
insane asylum, and the father had
become so nervous from long con
tinued excitement, that It is thought
he will also have to be placed in
confinement.
Sknatok Vest is an intimate per
sonal friend of the president, and
knows that gentleman's political
veiws nud purposes as well as he
docs himself. When Vest declared,
therefore, that the President had
"challenged the protected industries
of the country to a light of extermi
nation," ho knew what he was talk
ing about. St. Louis Olobe-Demo-crat(Rcp.)
An Iowa editor wrote to a Dakota
postmaster inquiring about u delin
quent subscriber. The letter came
back indorsed, "The nr.ui is dead."
Some time afterward, in overhaul
ing a list of delinquents, an inquiry
was inadvertently sent to the same
postmaster about tho same man.
The reply came back : "Still dead."
NEW TO-DAY.
Breakfast De
ROLLED OATS,
ROLLED WHEAT,
CREAM WIEEAT,
DURKEE'S RICYSUR, which cooks
up into a very delicate dish.
TRITICIDI,
GEIDIEA,
CEREALINE,
An Oregon City Ore., clergyman
got lost in the woods while en route
to Arthur's Prairie, ten miles dis
tant, to marry a couple, and not un
til after the lapse of forty-eight
hours did he reach his destination.
The bride and groom, together with
the Invited guests, waited all the
while. An Eastern Exchange.
Fju:b trade newspapers say that
Miss Anna Dickinson is doing
"more harm than good to the
cause." This, of course, depends
upon the point from which this
view is taken. Miss Dickinson Is a
hard hitter, and the harm she is
doing Is to the cause of free trade.
1SSS NEW BUCKWHEAT
FLOUR, guaranteed to be
Fresh and Tare
-BY-
"171
J HI
201 Commercial St,
t-wm
1 UllUfJii
Proposals for Wood.
mllK IIOAHD OK THUSTEES OF THE
1 Oregon Stntc Insane Asylum hereby
Invite denied proposals lor woodns follews:
Four hundred (400) cords dry pole oak.
Two hundred (WO) cords dry body oak.
Fourteen hundred (1400) cords dry body
Duties Ileiluceil liy ItemihllciiiiH.
One of the democratic party's
favorite modes of attempting to im
pose upon uninformed voters is to
assert that our prc-ent tariit is a
"war" taritr, ami that the republi
cans never have consented and
never will consent to change it.
How false such assertions are the
Nashua (N. II.) Telegraph very
nearly shows in this compact state
ment of some of the taritr changes
for which the republican party is
respensible:
The republican party reduced the
duty on steel rails from ?!M to i?17.
The republican party abolished
the duty on codec.
The republican party abolished
tho duty on tea.
The republican party abolished
the duty on hides.
The republican party abolished
the duty on camphor.
Tho republican, party abolished
the duty on indigo.
Tho republican party abolished
the duty on niuccaroul.
The republican party abolished
the duty on nutmegs.
Tho republican party abolished
the duty on bleaching powder.
The republican party put sago ou
the free list.
The republican party put fchellao
ou tho free list.
The republican party put raw silk
on the free list.
The republican party put tin bars
on the free list.
The republican party abolished
tho duty on anthracite coal and re
duced the duty on bituminous from
$1.25 to 75 cents per ton.
These are some of the tilings
which tho Bourbon shriekers about
tho "war tarlll " never refer to.
a
l'luiillng of Small Fruits,
flr out nf liirue trees.
The polo oak must not bo less thnn three
Inrliru In dlumeter. Three hundred to
five hundred cords of fir, nnd two hundred
to hire hundred cords of oak me to bedo
Ilveiod by June 1, 1889, und the remainder
by October 1, 1SS0.
Illds will bo received In amounts from
fifty cords up. The wood must be four feet
In length nnd of the best quality, subject
to tso uppiovnl of tho medical superin
tendent of the asylum. and to be delivered
......... r .'... . . .
ai any point on me asyium grounas desig
nated b him.
Tho i Ight to reject nny nnd all bids Is re
served. Illds will bo opened at 2 o'clock Tuesday,
Nov. 0, 18S8.
SYLVESTER I'ENNOYEK.
OEO. W. McBUIDE,
ltWtd G. W. WEBB,
Hoard of Trustees.
Ww. A. MUNLY, Clerk of Hoard.
Notice of Final Settlement.
NOTICE IS UEKE11Y GIVEN TO ALL
whom It may concern, that the under
signed admlnlstrntor.of the estate of Ja
cob Johnson, deceased, has filed hlsllnnl
account In tho oillco of tho clerk of Marlon
county, etnto of Oregon, and that the time
for hearing objections thereto and settle
ment thereof has been ilxed by Hon. T C.
Shaw, Judge of said court, for the 10th day
of November IMS, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
ADAM STEPHENS,
10-1-td Administrator.
HLACKSMITIHNG and HORSESHOEING.
SOMBER ft POHLK
2SSJ4,
:U2and3ll Commercial St., Salem.
10-1-tf
FOR BARGAINS IN
FURNITURE
GO TO
ROTAN & WHITNEY,
102 Court Street, Salem, Oregon
Having bought out tho remainder ol tins
chair factory's Hock, wo nro prepared to
sell chairs lower than nny house In Oregon
ONE OK THE LARGEST E.STA11LISH
nientH In tho State. Ixiwcr rates than
Portland, largest stock Legal Wanks In
tho Slate, n -d biggest discount. Send for
price list of Job printing, and cntaloguo ot
legal blanks. E. M. WAITE,
Steam Printer, Salem, Oregon.
out
this
Those who contemplate setting
tmnll fruit bhoulcl not fail to plant
fall. Tliero ia every inducement to plant
strwber(Ie in the fall, to rmve them be
foot and too proud to subject himself conic well rmt.l and take such a hold that
they will produce a (urtof a crop the tuo-cee-tliug
upriiiu". Ahuuat every fnut-vine,
to the Imputation of cowardice by
stayliijjr behind. Ho rode uloii,
the one horseman In that desnerate
charge, and died on that bloody hill
side nit nor man siiujcoi ms t-tutc to
thelmput'itloii that one of her sous
had lingered, lie was a noble type
of the bravo men thceo treat states
gave to the community. Cheers.
Tint record of the llftieth coiirou
is prolille of Ug figure. On Sept. fi
the session closed Its ninth mouth,
ImvtiiK already exceeded in length
by three or four weeks uny ordinary
mimIou. In ftuit, there liHve Ixreu but
eteht lonsr sessions since the forma
tion of the government. During tint
nln months, there were Introduced
in the )ume 11,!MS bilk) and Joint
resolution-, over 1000 more than
were Introduced in the lmnr e.)oii
of the UM cougrvM, lu the venule
the sum rtc4ied 3,ttT Hjplnt S.4I7
durtutf the former relo.n lueutlourj
biuh or tr-is better planted in the fall,
at it is then well rooted ami growing when
pring upvni, ami does not have to make
Iti rit-ht for exiitonco lllacktiernea ami
itrawhonUt are all fruit that reach great
excellency hum, ami ahou M lie cultivated
for oonniug. They cannot bo transported
to a Kfl dUtauee with safely, and tho lo
cal demand is, of oouroe, only moderate,
but tho towns consume largely, and cil)'
laoniliei put up such fruit fur ihoir own
us. Whenever oanniug la carried on
lirly in Oregon tliete fruits, will bo
neld for tWir purpose. At urgent tho
dHiftd it Hi BpJy I be towaa, and fr
doHiftttw uw, bat mi family ahouM )m
without wveial vamtioa of straw beriW
and abundant vino i( ItUckUrn aad
ratttUirtot. If m bv a pia bratveli
to um twl willpui yoor viuM ilow it,
whi Mmv oan Wnefit by irrigation, taojr
will abuMfiatiUy towarj your tttmbk ad
pont laiHiy iur wo unto, t ruila arc
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
Two ierformnncos only.
Monday and Tuesday, October S--9.
M Kit IT SPEAKS EOH ITSELF.
NOriUNG LIKE IT EVEItSEEN.
THE SUCCESS OK THE DECADE.
Appearance of the prime favorites
CITAS. aMAUBURY
MISS NELL IE BOYD.
Assisted by
A conipMiv- of unexceptionable ability,
producing Mnrctw Clarke's and Inlgo Tyr-ell's
10,000 Speetaeular Dramatic Sensaiioo,
TI1DH TI1?1?
' ii
ei. riieiniOonty of tiu Isllu on
. I.. ,..!.,.. t.al Ultll.t 11 .te .........! t l.w .1.-1 .. .1 .1 . 1 I. L..I.Lil ..... , i
ill frleudly and pni1tubU politel elwruetvr, the privnte i-aletider In-1 ' warden ahould h.i a lack of fruit of
liuioM. lAppUuikv. Tluw grvat ,eludlinrtier 1.1KHI biuh nuHUureaf, , at. LiuJa m ilmiJaa.t.
-WITH ITS WONDKUPUI.
Sooiti and itnlwnlMl dkpisy. Ily re
WWt, (Hi TuMly Use HMnfswot twv
HitvI ti (iruduoe llw romiitie molo
drtiHW UNKNOWN
OB
Tho River Mystery,
Ttito company iMMiUvoly cavrrr ttsore
awaimrr tor th abov two (May imh mty
mttiMny beAirv Use puUlo and auanuile
to produce evory koene aw tsdTtutd.
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
r on kle ntlVst-
Keered reU $1
luu'.
NI!TT ADTEKTISEMENTS.
GO TO THE
11
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liliJl
-FOR
Dry
s,
loots and Shoes,
Cfothina and Hats.
-THE-
GREATEST BARGAINS
-EVEIt OFFERED IN-
General Merchandise I
-BY THE
litol Adventure Co.,
Opera House Corner, .Salem.
8-20-dw-tf
iTnrwswdvii
iaaaaaaaaaftk.
flBiaaaaaaaWry'
FALL SEASON OF 1888.
Special nttcntlon Is called to our splendid
display of fushlonnble carments
from the well known
manufacturers
Springer Bros.,
OP BOSTON.
They need
no recommendation
from ns, being tho finest line
ever placed before tho public.
Each garment has n label nt collar
band bearing tho manufacturer's name.
our
Is unusually largo
nnd varied, representing
The Latest Novelties.
An c. cellent stock of
CARPETS, RUGS,
ROLLING AND
LACE CURTAINS
At prices extremely low. Full stock of
STAPLK AND KANCY DRV
GOODS ill all departments.
MEN'S FURNISHING
LUNN & BROWN'S,
239 Corner State nnd Coniniciclal streets.
Agents for the new Mnthcr patent
LACE KID GLOVE
THE BEST STOCK OB STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R.' JVE. WADE & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
Garland Stoves,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Brighton Range
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES.
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware and Farm Machinery, Wagoas and Carriages
FOR SALE.
PINK DUST AND ilOUSB-VROOP
lX OfHn, Hfeo wwood UuihI llano at a
MrgHln and on r truc Chlln
n. niAitOND.
j OwnnMrciHl &t SIhi, Or.
10tf
KELLEY BROS.,
iUHiKiix)ita qp
THE CAl'ITOL COFFEE HOUSE
Motto, ft) vuu : board. S lr wek. No
L'h.ue ftuplovrd.
il Uiumen-tl u
le-o-dtf
GRASS SEED.
iVN PUIUJiail MESQUITE 0l A
mUture of Lincoln nnd jtwquiie
mr small quantities For tsrnw ad-
raw T. O.JOItlf.,
1KW1,
Salem, Or.
dra
lH-lm
A FINE LINE OF
PALL MILLINERY
llrs. SI. & Sii'ikX M Si!.
Mar.ou si., betwotn Winter and sunimi

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