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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
;VERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Cartel Journal PuMbMng ComanH.
Gfflw, 118 (Wt StrtH, tHwc Math.
TKKMK Of HUHBC'ItllTION
OMMir. ti mall
u n illn 1 i kkiA II
Tfoe mouth bjr ntM.'.
rar wvfpc owivmeti
Ml IIMMtlb Y.""'.'.'.'.'.'.""
Oit jraMr, If jfI fttr In ndVMiice,
41 tort mMt are
nuthoriKd to re-
Mr. T. I). J'ih-Iot l oar duly aullwriwl
arlftilrI n m4miiI-'Im iiwttWHt the
JiH,OrKtn, riM.loini. MHrcli 8. 18.
r5SATimA v, may un'ifm, '
cnimot le largely produced or rutin
ufactuml by our ieopl." We re
marked: "ItcvMon of the larifr,
you seo, Iw favored by the republi
cans of Oregon; tlie welfare of the
country calls for till, and this policy
J$ut not to o'emtep the modesty of
nature while on this wilijeet, we
tnurely wWi to inform our friend1
that the Joi-hxai. Im koIiik right
along, making friends everywhere
it goe, anil adding to its Hubpcrip
llon Hit an average of thirty names
weekly. Of oourwe, it is imiKiwlble
"" t2I ' VI(I gJv'i'K occhhIomhI ollene,
1 l but our xK?rleiife ha been before
to-day, that an honest expression of
senliniciit, a frank anil fearless dis
cuslon of living taiie, and n
courtooim tone to all, will win, if
(hero Is a Held ojK'ii to ex)loltation.
AVo have proved there is room for
this Journal in this capital city, and
heneo wo are hero to Htay.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
v. i i.onn.
v. v. vvtnos.
I'rotwiitliiK Attorney Tlilnl Dint.,
II. II. HJiWI'lT.
I MARION COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
A SOCIAL G'ONTKAST.
3. II. W A 1.1)0, ll.cloj.
T. T. OKKII, Hllmtuii.
1. Q, WI.HON, Btlrm.
H. LAYMAN, WoodUirn.
Wu, AllMHIIIO.Nd, Huulll RiImii.
K. l. CIIOIHAN, Htlrin.
F. 1. IIAIICOCK, Kilriu,
J. II. HTAlIlt, l',.l H.lnn.
A. 0. CONIlir, Ataiiavlllo.
A. F. IIUCKhllllV, Hllvcitoii.
A. ,11. COHNFI.II'H, Jt.tlim.
W. T OIIIM, llnlit..nl.
ULI. XKI MllflrtMllOT.
I). W. Y0HKII, Hltmttm.
IV. J. CI!J.Vi:il, K,,l H,tiu.
Dr. I). 0. IIYI.ANI). Wc 4l,.irn.
A riiiv wiiiids oi' (!in:i:i(.
II will I at Kratlfylng to the ruulurx
and imtrons of this Jouriml to lie as
Mired that uniler its prwnt man
HKOiiituit it laiiieHlngwItlignitlfyliiK
miiNHws. Not only Is Km circulation
being IncrwiMil and t tended In this
county and beyond, hut It Is making
warm n lends In nearly every hoiwe
hold that It enters. The commen
dation that counts to our ears from
all directions U shaped In somesueli
words as tlne: " Your jmperls clean;
you do not hIiiimi jHsiple, and you are
HlKiral (4i all shade of polltlwl
The muvHHMir e put In the Held
lataly is.rta this friendly ami ajv
pmvlugMfntlmeut In every commu
nity he vMla; It aids him 'in gather
ing In huftluewi, and he urges the
Wllillliuauee. of HiIm gtnenais imiiii.
11 IM glWH few lllslail('(W. A SIllH
MirilKir mine In fniiu Hubbard to re
litfW. He ald fur another J ear and
rwuarkwl: "I Imd luteudel to stop
yir Mmr, I am taking moivthan
I al; lait 1 llud your e4iluiuns mi
elsan, and theiv W mi much In them
I hwirtlli-grw with, that I lwU
Uvw to kwp It along."
'Iwnhwllng pMhlbltlonlsts -W-tl
Hir Mtiiclum yetenlav. One tvf
tlHMH Mid: " V.mr mjvr U not pn.bl
Wtn; on the contrary it U making
wpuUllmii vtt. know it Ihwiim
I Hill making Uw muvim, Mut It U
UMlhlliigupaMUId pihllatloii mhi
UaHt, w lileli w III Is. if Mi,.nt to
w at Uw xiHr tlmv."
ls mvH fhMii 1N4K wKinty lu
jHiiMHl to meet In town a tow' days
Atfo, and tuy mtm to lb. Joi-kxai.
U. Tlwyww t dlllVrvnt jh
TtttoiU iivuiwIoiis, Uit ttWghlww,
IMI MUftttlMMM III Ibvir ailJMMVHl uf
ttoa Mwpar. A ihnI utmllty
In mm artHur," wkl ou. "U iat to
Ww it nil. OUmh liae tWlr
fcrtw at AilUt m wtl Uw ih'Wsjk.
hpt utMt, mm! tWy aiv Jt ho IIM,v
t W rbt Mk H ih.W to Isr
iWa (h lultul aiut avoid 1 abu. ,mmj
lwinWMw." AaUWWti niim
MAi0 )hiiwm by ibU Uur, h
Um1 buriu wwiaMfer to wlntui
U Htuv wunU www aUinwsl
mihA bwity MAiuhMViuM.
A tiNuoomi, mm) a nutOltUu. ,
Uw tlMuocnUk tkkrt, )ia hU auU
MrttUoti Wcwum uur iMiU' vtow.
MOM hi (imi. i Um' Kuow
whmkm ymmptth uk or w hiu
.fM )HttN U be." wld w "but your
Ulk lut U. Mty wj- of IhluUug,
ul I -MiHv)-tayMnjrt."
ft It wvtifcUaui pbulbnu mtotitwl
at l'yrtUkttd wk (lulnkiiJ out to Uu
I. ! fiUUMT, WMl UlM WO) MMt
Xu mm: "V iKahiw 1m atvur of
rwlitelMK tit auuuat Mtr)4tw by 1
MUUtag frtr of duty Mr)i arlictm a
Wo iiiiblish In anotlier column a
plwiHlug account of the lnfiiies
llbenillty of Mr. John Wanatnaker,
of rhiladclihiM. This man is a
N'npoleoii of trade. His husiiiess
block In the city of Hrolherly Love
Btrllcea tho beholder with niime
mdutnt the Immense apucu It oc
cupies, the vastiieaM of Its stock, and
the many hundreds of clerks
employed In Its various branches.
Tho business Is constantly growing
on his hands, more room Is taken In
from time to time to meet the re
quirement, and it Is probable that at
nodlstimt day the limit will be
reaohed beyond which a business
enterprise cannot be profitably con
duced. Tho late A. T. Stewart, of Now
York, possessed tho same control
ling talent for business. His manu
fauturlng and mercantile enterprises
(IovoIojh'iI and extended, In this
country and In ICurope, until he had
an army of (i(,(XH) jiersons men,
women and children In his employ.
With such Immense means under
his control, he naturally accumu
lated wontth, the surplus protlta of
his business amounting to 1,000,000.
This immense sum was added to his
fortune, until at the time of his
death, his pocsslons amounted to
$10,000,000, according to the state
ments of some, and to double that
iiiioi moils accretion, as others llgurc
Ami what good did this labor
iously hived treasure do? It was
gained by starving the thousands of
fellow cmitinc he employed, ami
bankrupting every merchant who
came Into competition with him; a
system of Mieial war wherein tho
oaptlvcs are saci illecd without quar
ter, and the woixt mmmIoiis wage re
lentless control. He lived without
enjoyment, a mere slave to the
routine of money accumulation; and
when he tiled uuhlcapcd by child or
friend, his Iiiiuuuk estate went to
his lone and aged w blow.
Hut such a rcsMinslhlllty crushed
the fecbleencrgliwofthlsold woman,
and she sought reloam from the bur
den by lK(owlng It on a kinsman.
Is this a wb employment of sur
imwdng endowment ? This mUU1i
pursuit of wealth, at the cost of suf
A'ring toot bent, ami with no other
olwl hut jiMt to heap up? The
w le man fbromw Ms oyll, ami his
miMlcat jirayer, watt: "(!lve me
neither poverty nor rlchtw, ftod
mo with food etinvenleut for me,"
A 1'reiieh aatlrit, oliMirvlug the
uulMmaha ipwltttM of (boM mot
suixHnl In the purvult of gain, r
markwl, "We may Judg w hat storv
iWtmu' mjIs by rlelu In studying
the character of tu upon whom
he lawtows thwn." And If all
www of tlaMdrth typo that we lwvo
Jwt d4pMAl,lt would Justify lXmg-
las Jfrnd's eaiwtle IUIhiii tlutt
go4d fclirlveU up (Iwmhi1, and the
man dvotol to Its actpiUtlou luw
butlmmoHMl part reduced to thei4e
and color of a ltiitbli goliiaa.
Mut now and tlwn a man like this
l'hlUMleJ4ila men-liaut ixdkvw
mouetary ktitxHM of tlk odium tlwt
w-owJd atlaeii, t It tlw rtwilt of
na MllU)tHMt. It Utati at(al
tntth UtMt tlw iHlewKof eaptiMland
labor U lik'titlcikl. It ikmw uut Nvwk
(liat way lit tb pctkd HiRHtl of
UrV, but )irt and ttaMr m iimh, with
lMr NMtUtWUUi IUMU life MIoWW,
k iiopMHHsl w ttli tlik taw la wyal
Kitomv, aud ufe eoMtluct W mhal by
Htunl duty. 1 f w luul utow WVmh
Hiakvr tkfw wailtl l Awwr labor
triW WbMw iwm iwv thirty
traUw! hy uarbor uo r.uUntit,
imm! Um altulm of Hfc aw iwt w
UA Hh IHHtMi.
A 4wmU or m vgo, Uk yatxliMMU,
awttotemrn and tow oktM ojwmUv)
of Dm lUklUMMv aud (Mo tvm,
VMlMl UH lb ptwMMlt of Ummmu-
PMX by AgMkm, to ivfNWMMtt
UwU tMr pramtt im oT jmy, W
fwttU h iWy. wouM not m Ulb.
TUy lukwl au luertM to flJK.
Mr. Garrett, the ollleer appealed to,
waa drawing a salary of $80,000 a
year beside liberal ditidendstm tho
stock he owned in the oo-opefUoii.
At his death he left an estate Worth
$6,000,OW. Such an apnUoatkm
should have Impressed lllm with Its
justice, and it would have boon only
human to treat his applicants civilly
and promise to lay their case before
the directory. IJut he choetoget
angry at such presumption
these mudsills, and drove thorn from
his preKjnce with tho declaration
that he could till their placos at the
same rate of jwy if they were dis
satisfied. The men struck; they
burnt up millions of dollars worth
of the company's property, and
when tho military wore culled out
scores of lives were sacrificed. This
was asking for bread, and being
piled with bullets. The loss was as
sessed on the property owners, to
tho railroad comjiany, whore Injus
tice was tho cniiMj of the riot, -
caK.'d scot free. Hut this Instance
established the fact that when the
wage rate gets down to 00 cents a
day, wo have reached tho danger
And this is tho controlling Issue
ln-fore the country. Political speak
ers are dinning the eitrs df their au
diences witli wearisome talks about
the tariff; but tho matters of great
est import to the people are n men
opiltnblo distribution of the earn
ings of Industry and relea&o from
tho ruinous drain of interest on bur
rowed capital. Some few moot the
Issue as Mr. Wanamaker litis done,
but others must be forced to it by
A POSITIVE FACT.
The most complete stock of DRY GOODS are to be found at TAJKS &
BIIOWX'S. , , . ., ,
The beet assortment and most reasonable prices in Parasols and Sun Shades
at LUNN & BROWN'S.
n,.r .w. ininitrml Pinlirnirinrv suits in Batlsc. Zephyr. Nnnsook, Swis
from I. ,, , .,., .,!, i,f t.ttvv x- Tinowx'S.
t'lU. Mil VU1UJ-), nun iii;i.-3 iv. mi. jju.' ---- .. --
A fine stock of Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings-best assortment oi
Gloves in Silk, Lisle and Kid Gloves, at LUNN & BROWN'S.
Carncts, Curtains, Curtain Poles, Rugs, Drapery Chains, Stair Caps, etc.,
etc., at LUNN & BROWN'S.
Do not forget the place and name 239, Corner State and Commercial St.
LUNN & BROWN.
THE BEST STOCK OF STOYES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WADE & CO'S,
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM,
Cash Grocery Store,
ISAAC S. STEINER, Proprietor,
124 v State v St., v Salem.
-A.full stock ot
Groceries, Canned Goods, Fresh Ycgefaldes,
Etc. J ust received a nice article In
New-:-Orleans-:- Baking -:- Molasses.
A lkttkk from Beth Green, "the
father of UbIich," to tho American
Fisheries Society, now in sckhIoh in
Detroit, inallUHion to the newly ap
pointed United HtateH HhIi conunis-
alouer, MarHhulI McDonald, express
ed liiHa)pn)val of the common sense
manner in which the commissioner
lias begun his career, and averts
that If lie continues in the way he
luiH started out, his work will be a
grout succosa and a credit to the
United States. Continuing, Mr.
Grcon says the experiment of accli
mating ('alifornin salmon in the
waters of tho Atlantic coast lias
been thoroughly tried and luw re
sulted In failure. Fin ther attempts
In that direction have been discon
tinued, and the propagation of this
fish will hereafter be confined to tho
waters of California, lie has no
doubt that tho increase of salmon
can bo made as largo as that of the
Charter Oak Stoves,
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES.
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware and Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriages.
Dried Peeled Peaches,
J. D. McCully,
IS DECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Sc.vA'iuu Bi'MWAHT, of Nevada,
has written a letter, which we find
In tho Halt Lake Tribune, wherein
he says "Utah will never be a state,
until it is certain the territory is free
from .Mormon rule." The American
people will l)e perfectly satisfied to
have that territory remain in a
condition of tutelage awhile longer,
but how about Dakota, Washington
ami Montana? There Is no Mormon
rule in the jHilltiwil dependencies,
still there Is no movement toward
their admission to statehood. In
venting Utah with sovereign attri
butes Is not what is troubling tho
IHHiplo; but withholding the rights
of cltiieus from the other Inchoate
eoniinouwwilths onuses popular rest-lttemio..
211) COMMEIICIAL STREET,
WM. BROWN &. CO.
AVI U.AMKTTE UNI VKHSITY.
THE KLOCUTIOXAUY ITIMLS
Friday Hvoninjr, .lime 1st;.
AOMtwtMl, S MUl. TfcU OMMlWttl
KLl l'KUKKWS AT LVKflB.,
ar wIp. hU mii
ELI PBHKIXS' LECTIIRB,
aywlM Im Um wurld Kir ru Mid
The WrtiM vriU nottunM. M iockx
tutn. Mid aaihm nil HMtbdt' r.
MMb klm I ttop. In mar uf a Mv)ail
U Um tactiuw, orlt k idKHtkrdto uiW
lIK IMVft HUI MMUI IIW
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Tells and Fm-s.
No. Ml VvmmmmM ilrwl,
&VLK.M, - . OREGON.
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank!
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES!
AttiMiliif ortMetia, bugtlw, wrw.mr.
nwOEMMl ta Ihh fwmn made buectw.
Every one Warranted!
ri v,M adwll
TRCNT SEAT AT THF riivrun I
. . .w..ta..1v,
NMMMUWKI. ' 'W
Tlw Higtwt Pried Sts,
Mtj m, il Mi Oftft IImk.
Uood aiiywbefv on Mtrtlt tut WS
JOBBJNG and HORSESHOEING.
Scriber -:- and -:- 'Pohle.
Oregon Petit Prunes,
' Imported German Prunes,
201, Commercial Street
The Reliable Grocers,
KELLER & SDKS,
Arc Still on Top,
Renewed Life !
inckeased patronage 1
Heavier Sams 1
New Goods I
Join the procession and send In your
orders we will treat you fine.
Every body speaks In prnlsoofonrcanned
goods. They cannot bo supassed In quality.
Look nt our display windows os you pass.
They are tilled with delicious things.
b o o It Is
o Cn- h
MBg i -ISgttefe. l
S H j O KLg,
Leather and Fiiidin s! W
0 v -.N j L jm 1
Ay 'Ml X
For the Indies : Call and examine our
Labor-Saving Carpet Sweepers lour styles,
heather dusters always in stock.
Jamaica Uannnaf, direct from New York.
Big fellows and very Juicy.
Salem Co-Operalive Association
F of H.
DK ALEItSI IN
A.t, KINDS OK
JAMES A1TKEN,' Manager.
126 State St., - - - SALEM, OR.
II. K. Dubois.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Prow ta pCtay.
SAMtM, . . OltKGON.
COJn-EE .HOUSE !
. B. WA.XICINS. -s- Prop.
X tat au bou. from Se ta So. -S