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"EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
OHtf, 112 Coart Mrtrt, Optra lltow Illofk.
TKItMH OK BDDHCMITION
Oniflycwr. by iiihII
Hlx montlm. by mull .-
Three montlm by mall ...
Per wok delivered by currier
.. 2 m
One yfvir ........ SI W)
Hlx month ...-....-. Tfi
One vwir. If imld for In ndt Ante,.-. 1 W
Hlx montlm. " ' " 60
million?! to re-
lr-Kntrl iw mwiml-clfUM iimtter Ht tlio
Republican Natal Ticket
For VJco Pitwlilenl:
M5VI i aioiwox,
Of Now York.
KOU IMtlJR'DI.'KTIAI El.HClOItfi.
Hobert MoUwn.nf Klitiiuitli County.
Win. If npim.or .Miillimiiuili (Vinnty.
'. W. l'iilton,ir ('liitixip County.
MOMMY. AlKUIKT l!l, 1HHH.
lilt: ('Olll)KN CI. I'll.
Till' following alarming notice li
lining iluty In a number of republi
can xllCH'lH, 1111(1 WIIIIhIm Ml lUttult I10
an IiiiiikIiiiiIIvc i'(1im1oii from (lie
Chlmgo Inter-Ocean that wo feel
wife In cii-tlltlng it t tliut Klrlctly
'fill' lHOHt lluUgCIOIIH I'IKJIIiy (l the
American laborer which now exists
Is the ('olidcn club.
It Ih a HiIIIhIi organization, anil
an enemy to tlicHyKtcin under which
our cotintry has seemed Hh wondcr
ful inxHrIty. The wealth of a
thousand VamUirlilltH would tn-t
nii'ii"!' v tlio tlnaiutlal iuhoiuvoh of
Its members. I(h publications arc
distributed throughout tlio United
KtutuM froni llostou to Han Kriin
elsco, from Maine to Florida. It ex
ihiiiiIh viih! huiiih of money In tlio
IMIIXIlll Ol'llH IMlljKMO tO III flllf llOM'll
llto protective HyMeni of tho United
.Slalw. It Is eonipoM'd nfthoollto
of tlio aristocracy, diplomacy, olllclal
power, wealth, learning and enter
prise, of Filmland. This chili, above
any other orgaiii.ntltiu on earth,
knows how to push foreign Inllu
i'Iicch. It gives ii'cdals tnourcol
hip tor flee trade cumins. Its ici
lccn(atlvcti infiwt the committee
rooms in the eapltol at Washington,
and vtrlvoto Inlluciico legislation In
favor of fiii foiclgn trade and free
shl 1 w. It hciuIh KugluiidV Iron
lords, cotton lords, w oolen lords, and
linen lords to ncntrulle the lailH'
laws by iM'rslstent ell. iris to liillll
ciii'e the ticnsur.N di'Nirtiucut and
In the early nrluf theelghtiMinth
roiittiry there ww the twine alarm
In ICiikIhihI over fancied .laeohlte
eoimplrncle and Invasions, an Is
nIuiwii hy a cliu of American jkiU
tluhtna at ltrltlsh free tixdo .emU
muIum. The MHt (Jay oxpi'rtiwd the
livvalllntf mmtlniunt when ho
Wlmt iimMm lli iiuHrn luf mul I .ml
trot out that old Kpook every day
and expect sensible jieople to Ik
Beared by It.
The Oribdeii Club Ih a poor organi
zation, half dead and half alive,
without any fundu, and never hav
ing had enough to pay the small ex
pense of circulating documents. It
in not doing any missionary work In
thlH country that wc know of, and
lias not done any for years, vhore
arc the evidences of Its Industry?
Certainly not In the columns of tfie
Chicago Tribune, for the Tribune
has not changed on the tariff ques
tion. It is where It has been for
twenty-live years. Who has seen
any Cobden Club literature dHemi
nated through the mails? Where
are the tracts, sjieeches, arguments?
Tills pretended anxiety in regard
to the Cobden Club is really a
counter to the charges widely made,
that certain American organizations,
like the iron and steel association
which has millions of dollars where
the Cobden Club lias cents have
sulwlilized needy newspiipors, and
do now directly or indirectly con
tribute to their support. When Mr.
Foster, the president of the Ameri
can TurlU" Association, wrote in a
confidential circular recently about
"frying tlio fat out of those wealthy
manufacturers," whom he describes
as "the only persons who benefit by
tlio tarifl", ho knew precisely what
he was talking about.
OF VAlllAHLE BEX.
a ml nil Uiu 1'uU'lM'iV kIuiim Willi law.
It wimi the JhooIiIiw, of mmrvo.
Tluty urv kuirit ftK to the ItrltUh
throm and the ptxi-jn'rlty of the i-cm-Ktrt
Mn, and hii.v luoveuwml that
tended to dUtmli (lie jmimihi of that
nation, mivtwHtlly was dua to the
plottliujw of tlusHi umliHiuteutM. In
ixWd pmtiH'ttiiu drelra thenlnthe
MtimHll-HrvitdluK dretidoftlie Cou
du Club. Thttt ry MUt hiv-
t'lHtlou of kiiiiemumiMttid liKUtrwUliw
I supM-.d (A be hlerphxMly on tlio
hleri, (touring it gold Into nvery
Iwiid tlmt will rvlvt it, with it
o4i'MrioM In etry ot of mir mhiii
try, prmntiliiK llitf intllut dH'trlm
offreotrwle, and potent In uuiiru
lujrour nHtiiuml ixwnoiU. lWid
bribliiK eoiuttvMiiH'ii tho OitNk'ii
('lull i etmryvd with iirniptlng
AiiH'HcAn editor, ud Hmoug lu
inauy rwlwlorial lnertoUriiw Im
tiillUir iif Um ChluigwTHtHitH) l wtUd
to )mv rtxvtvtsl the hnuiUmu miiii
tiff 10,000. Thlw utory ttMt told hi
u low mwt, tihel'hiurkClly hi
U'lllgiuvr, mtvokel ih Tritmuv
mtlUir (a uiinMlnUiMtl lulrtii, nd It
luqUilvd by hp khlKlid lllW Imh'II
After every niontlily drawing of
the Louisiana lottery, the names of
the fortunate drawers of prizes are
widely published in the newspapers
This is tho IhiH'l glitter on the out
side. It shows handsome huiiis
awarded to heie and there 11 ticket-
holder, bill tells nothing of the
thousands of victims who drain
their pockets every month and
deprive their families of necessaries,
in the vain and delusive hope of
getting suddenly rich.
A lesldent or Walla Walla, with a
practical turn of mind, has been In
quiring into the lottery business In
(hat conservative town. He says,
"1 have found that at least $6HI
goes from heie monthly to swell the
exchequer of the Louisiana lottery."
Tho local agent Is a well-to-do bar
ber, and the writer tells of five men
who "punctually and religiously
deposit i'M each every month, and
although they have done so for over
11 yiiir, not a cent has any one of
them rcalled." Here is another
statement made by the same writer:
I siiiipoho thuro are twenty por-
tfniis lint'ii wliti lU'crv lmiiith lnv
audio n certain sum ftir Jlio Louisiana
lottery, and have yet to win their
llrst dollar. Hut they still go on,
blindly investing, and hoping
against hope for tho lucky day or
Occasionally a prl.o is drawn.
He tolls of one woman lu Alder
street, who Invested $i!0, and won
i,(HK). A few mouths ago a promi
nent merchant theio diew 5-751); and
The accomplished Lew AVallnce In
his campaign Life of Gen. Harrison,
necessarily wrote hurriedly, ranjJi
IOW Blips Ol lilt! S,-I1 IllUHLI
him. Here is one awKwA:
wmen occurs in mo
n m 4 It a tt'ltnrn 1
'"""""i -. i jp.i
Ids hero's deficient sofiooL molytlos
"The teachers were so'riiotimos men
sometimes women, and thoy were
not employed all the year round,
but generally in the winter." A
keen New York newspaper critic
hangs on to this passage the follow
Whether these pedagogues were
women in winter and man in sum
mer, or the reverse, we are not told,
and tlio statement is rather an ex
traordinary one, even for a cam
paign story. Hut, as the author of
"Hen Hur" is a believer in miracles,
wo suppose it must bo true.
Crura III rlh lo the flrare
We carry w Ith us certain physical traits,
hh we doeertHln mental I'liaracterlBtlcs. In
Mimucli tlmt jwycholoKihtH lmvo striven to
diwluimtc by generic titles certain temper
Bineiits 11s itlie bilious, tlio nervous,; tlie
lymphatic. The Individual with a sallow
complexion Is set down as bilious, often
rightly so. If IheMillron In tho hue of his
skin is traceable to bllu In tho blood, Its
prewinee In the wrong place Instead of the
liver, will also be evinced by fur on the
tongue, pain beneath tho right ribs nnil
through the right shoulder blade, sick
headache, connlliiatlon, llatulcnco and In
digestion, l'or the relief of fhls ery com.
liion, but not essentially perilous com
plaint, there Is no more genial and
thoiough remedy than Hosteller's .Stom
ach Hitters, which 'In also a bcnellcont
tonic and strength promoter, and it wldoly
onteemed remedy for and preventtlvo of
fever, and ague, rheumatism, kidney and
shortly afterward a clerk lu tlio
same store made a haul of $151). Hut
these occasional prUo do not en
1 It'll. They only stimulate the
gambling proicnslty, and tho
money is expended in tlio eager
ollbit to get more. Tlio Alder utrimt
woman, our authority Informs us,
"told the Imnker who paid hor the
money, that of tho sum drawn, she
had tvlnviwtod largely lu Uie wine
lottery and the rest ho had 'blown
In.' " The merchant, sineo Ids
lucky haul has gone In again, and
this nodus to Ih the Mile. Ouo who
is well Hitwl lu tlio lottery bind
iim, remarked to the writer. "1
don't know of one who eau my he
has got ahead of tho lottery. I wish
I had kept out ot It."
And IhU Is doubt lo tho wish of
all who are drawn In by tho delu
sive attractions of tho wheel. It Is
a liMlug game, and poverty and dls
apiHilntiuout are den It out to its
votMluii, lntiMid of wealth. Nothing
In produced by the large sums of
money monthly Invented. The
profiM MdMritw iwld the pMrtioti en-
gitgod, the extetifclve advertising,
and tho numerous Uwks aWirb k)
jHr cent, of t hi money pid lu; m
that the ticket-holder takes tlie
rlk of netting tM i-onts hack for
every dollar h .KHtd. Asaixvm
nurtal traiuaeUou It iMauds imu-
Hut thU lottery dvallug U iiuurf
lidurimi lu iu(Vtliuj th iuIiuU of
th Hple with a gamUUug luauia.
(iame of ehamv have au atirm'liuu,
Um kwirr la w lleauAU to gvt hiukv
tiling for uothlug. TlieM gtilUTlug
(ittVHw if Urgi )urtM, uumuUug up
iulo live and at flgurea, I'aloh the
ye ox the unwary, tliey uiluk
A hhow Siilcnilldlj- Aihcrtheil.
The Hells Ilrothers who have
been before tlie public for over six
teen years, -were never known to do
anything by halves. Whether In ex
hibiting tlie most noted attractions
that capital and good judgment can
procure, or in conspicuously an
nouncing them to tho public, they
have no equal In America. Fame
lias never denied her laurels to the
Sells Ilrothers' show, hut the tro
phies slie nas iK'stoweii nave ever
been for true merit and not for nier
itritloiihdisplay. They notonly have
an exceptionally entertaining exni
bition, but know better tlie methods
of bringing it before tlie people.
Kvery board and dead wall within
tlie city, and In tlio surrounding
suburbs for a radius of twenty miles,
isnblaowithiilctorial posters. Illus
trated couriers and programs
lmvo. boon illsociuliiuted bj the
tliiiiisjiiid, ami the i(lvortiuoiiiont
columns of tho various city papers
testify to their enterprise. As else
where announced the show will bo
in Salem Tuesday, 2Sth.
provision, Flour and Feed.
Vegetables ail RBI ftesh Every Day.
My stock In entirely new, and carefully
selected. Prices marked down to a cash
No. 110 Stale SL -Next (o Red Front
The 2Sth Annual State Talr will be
held on the Fair Grounds, near Balem,
commencing on the
17th OF SEPTEMBER,
nd continuing one week.
CASH PREMIUMS to the
Amount of $15,000
Will be awarded for Agricultural, Mechan
ical and Mock cihlbltH, works of art and
funo work, and for trials of speed.
BTlie p-cmliinis ottered liae been In
creased In ninny cases, and ntw classes
Ii.im- bien added. No entry fee charged
In 11n Wons J, K, I. and Q.
A iii.'gnlllcent Held of horses entered,
and time will bo splendid contests of run
nniL' and trotting each day.
Tin illtlerent trnnrrtntlon companies
Mill make liberal reductions In fares and
special attention Is called to the premium-,
citlcred for county exhibits of grains,
grai'-es mid trults.
I.ntrles will bo receded In the secretary's
iilllii" in Siileni, beginning six days before
tin fair, and on tho fair grounds from Frl
dnj In fore the fair. Persons desiring to
exhibit In divisions J, K. (), Pnnd Q are
Mlin-sted to make their en tries on Krl
duj and Saturday before the fair If possible.
All entries close on Monday, September
171 h, at 7:.M) p. in.
PKICUS OF ADMISSION:
Coupon ticket for men (six days) iS 50
Coupon ticket for women (six dajs) .. I 00
l.i diet fur men o0
Imv tnUetfor Momen. -
Tickets to the grand stand ot nice
track for males over 12 years . 'St
1jk1I(" to the grand stand tree.
Tho-c deslrmif to ourchnso booths will
applj to tho secretary.
tt 'i'iiii to me sccreiarj' ni sviicm lorn
pn iiiiuiu list. J.T. OUEliG,
KufWm'n Arnlm Salrr.
The liost salvo in tho world f.i.
.tits, bruises, sores, ulcora, salt rheum,
fever soros, tottor, chujiixid liatuN,
chilblains, corns, and all skin oru
tlons, and positively euros piles, oi
no pay required. It is guaranteed
I" give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded, l'rieo 35 cents per box.
l-'or wle ' Dr. II. W. Cox.
An Absolute Curt.
The OIUGUN'AL AIUKTINI,
UINT.MISNTIs only put up In large
two-ouneo Km Ihixos, and is aw
absolute euro for old soros, burns,
woiiiuU, ehapied hands, and all
-kln eruptions. Will inwltlvelv
euro all kinds of pile. Ask for tho
OHIOINAI, AmETlNK OLNT
MKNT. fsolu byD.W. Matthows
& Co., 100 State street, Saloin, at
eonta jwr booc by mall SO cents.
Take Note or Tills.
null Mi.r.oo vn wir.t. sr.u. no acres
'will iiiinroNcd garden land, within i
miles of Salem, liood road to town tin
uir aiiiund. llulldlngsgood. FINE YOUNG
ORCHARD and excellent grass land. This
Is a bargain, and will be held onh a short
time at these figures. Call, and we will
show j on tho property.
WIM.1S & CHAMliKHI.IN.
opera House, SmiIciii, Or,
H. DIAMQNn. Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
CJHAVINQ, HAIIt CUTONO AND
j) Shauijioolug neatly done.
Whet) lkiby u skk,
Wi guv Iwr CwvrlA,
Whhi iA ww a CillU,
Siw orld fw Outoriu.
Whra sIm) Ihvawk IIs,
Slw oluni; to CVtor.
Wtivn ) liml ChlUnsi,
KIm ipiMi iIuhu rAturta.
and MHiioty, hnpno many privations
upon thu.tiunMH stu:, lu tho wav of
tire- l'lrsLit U uun frvNk, and Umii
Huothor, and mmi the tow, tlwt
many ot tiuim re unlnltliy lu tho
iixtronio, it is sum It wonder that
many women st ivuml., und tlmt
"fenwle wwkiuwi" U the too fro
iiMfiit rMilt. Dr. Tlertv's l-Vwrltt
rrrwrliKiun Wtlwimlv Hk4Uvvura
fur Uiutm ixuuiklHiuU lu exMetw
d thmiMtiuU of women can Uwr
witikw to Its eiHoMcy. "IVvorlte
i'ww'riptkm" U Um WgiUuMttfuiwll
ein't curufully ixuuiMUUikti by u
vxporfeucvd und kknlfUl jthXtn
nud mWpnil to wotiwtr ikiicnte
iMVHiiiaMkn. IiUUmouIa uiMiioiw
for MlWWU. Mild li lirumrlm muU
m iiuivr ruriiie, rroui tlie luau-
uiiM'tutvn, IHiM it will irtw uUhv
Uon lu ii'ryi, r inoiivy will Im
nriuuimi. i iii kuaiiuiim iia Iumii
Rfiutwi n the Umlo-wrmpr. and
1 TAXZLBR k SOX'S
Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Glassware, Cigars anil Tobacco
Cheapest store In southern Marlon
W. II. GO U LET.
Wincl ami don bl ttirmaiU Ui lt.
TwH(Ht sUmk twNAtUy poivW! tor.
Hpdtst Htttttt piH vo eiHimretal
lo uuthi-r III Ue of the iruldvu
MkKlud and iiit au luuiilaouiily ftir' ter, and the low mtihoU of
tUtMWlliiira imiLi .-JL.v wl.k ku ! UAtloUl ttllutrv ltM tltrir llltXVM.
u,.ii... iw ..L. i i kflorU uw Iwu uuV by uivu- kUlifullvcWTfc'aoMt ftwiiun '.
.r.T-I.l Z LZT? awMMr--l?5Mkl to uVixv Ir. llwwV IMItoto, or AniWiltoi
- - -- - " - v t ww i i ni nmrri iu iur Kiniiv in iw
1 1 iMMlUMltlX lluM IUllltlUt BkMt
Ji.Mild m lid in lltfe Uur jm!
)tHHr Hh Uw lutaNminNUi bwdtt
but tlw wotli iuotMtd
UUMTWl Of .W (IrtWMM U UHMW
tftlual mi-U iWpdvtttkiM, mmd ta
mondliy twu triutuplMd o-r lnw.
wnjJJWI U alas ol tkwk. lurel Yf
A a aftPMHT tmm furluMor
rotu. NrHIof llr. (iUbart,
TheGloryCrowned Giant of the ShowWS
A HUGE AND COMPLETE MIRROR OF WONDERLAND!
10 ACRES CROWDED TO FASCINATING Miug
TWO BIG, BRILLIANT AND BEWILDERING PERFORMANCES M-Z
Tuesday, August 2Stli. 1888.
NOTE The arrangements of the American Showman's Pooled League
will prevent any other Circus from visiting Salem this season.Editor.
GREAT 3-RING CIRCUS, ELEVATED STAGE,
REAL ROMAN HIPPODROME
And 5-Continent Menagerie.
All of Earth's Illustrious Mid-air and Arenic Champions, Prairie Heroes
Hippodrome Celebrities, Marvelous Human Phenomena and
Uarest Zoological Treasures Merged and Marshaled in
a colossal and Unparalleled Unity.
83,500,000 Invested lor llic Public's Delectation? Actual Daily Expenses, $4,200!
Human Imagination Confounded by its Magnitude!
ONLY COMPLETE, PERFECT AND SUMPTUOUS REPRODUCTION
Races, Revels and Gladiatorial Combats of Ancient Rome
IN NEARLY 2,000 YEARSI
00 English mid Kentucky Thoroughbreds in Soul-itirring Struggles for
Supremacy! Enormous Uace Track Four Times Around,
. One mile!
.Notably mill Tritiniiiliaiitly Kcinforcetl this Season nith one Towering, King
Iy Figaro of Western I'niiinnce,
Capt. A, H. B0GARDUS!
CHAMPION WING-SHOT OF THE WORLD,
Only Full-Grown Fair of Blood-Sweating Hippopotami on Earth!
"Wli'VE GOT'EM ON THE LISTl"
MO PHENOMENAL AltENIC A11T1STS! 90 DAZZLING ACTS!
Scotch Athletes Arabinn leteors, Japane-e arnrvels, and a Gigtuitic
European Vaudeville Combination, in Daring and Dashing Ter-
formancet, on the Huge Theatre Stage.
no sum: ami i:i.i.ow i.i:.vr attkactiens: nota singi.k ciikstnit:
50 CAGESOF WILD BEASTS UNIVERSAL REFLEX OF SAVAGE LIFE
SBK35HHffl'22 R A P R A OK TTnPfi1?.QlBHBiG9n
HelntHl, ltliltlen amt I)rlen by one man mul that mnn.TIIK GltEVT O'DELU
Grvntwt, Grandest, rot Famous and Host Trained Herd of Elephants
on Amorlonn Soil-including "lh.jali,' the Colossal, All-overshadowing
Control Figure of lite Race; ''Sid tlio almost Human
Clown Elephant, and the only Kaby Elephant on tho
PEERLESS, POETIC, ROYALLY "RESPLENDENT STREET PARADE
Appearing on the lniblle Thoroughfares nt 10 o'elok Byety JlomUig.
ITsual Voiuilnr Prices of Ailmissloii Porioriiualclnt UwialHoiirs.
CliKAP IttllMl-TlUI-KXCntSKIXS O.N ALL KAILRUADS!
Set StHtion Agents For Particular.
A1k Kslbl, MoJtlnnv.lle An. SI. Con 1IU 3MU. Allmny SWU BoUurg mu Hertford ti
n nmm m r urut ouaiK .
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