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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
;VERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
ri'ni.iiiKi by tup.
Conital Journal PublWiing Coman".
OIBcf, II'.' Court Strrft, Utr'. Hone IIImW.
THUMB OK 8UIMCKUTION
QfHjmr, tr mil-, m "
Six month, h? mull. ..... 2 AO
jvree month lr mill.... ......... 1 X
(tr week rtellvtrrai lij- (rriw 1
Onyr .... .-II ff)
Six moritlm . 7ft
Oh war, If mill fttr In mlmiioe,.. . I 00
Ml mntitli, " " - 80
rl'ontmnirtrfti Are Hthoaiwd to re
MlvulMcrliti(ma. Mr. T. D.l'wter la our tliiljr millioriwil
AVHntonxl nn moond-elaai nHr nt 111
'-ltn .Oregon. I'lmuifjlce, J ant 31. IB.
SATURDAY, JUNJfift), 1888.
licpblican National Ticket,
For Vlco Prulileul:
SAWl V. MORTON,
Of Now Vork.
KOK I'lllKHlKXTIAf. KfJid'OIlH.
Jlobcrt McUn,of KlaiiiRlli f'mijity.
Win. KniM,or Mulliiiiiiiiili County.
0. V. I'lilliiii.uf ClntiMiii.Couiity.
1'or tlio imxt 81 iionr from 7 o'clock Hit
evening, gniorHlly ftilr wmllier, winner.
'Jlllt DTAH l'KMwnioon.
'I'ho republican )littforiu ills hits
iMonnniilsm where it lives. 11 tle
olwi'ws, "the M)lltleiil Hivur of (lie
Mormon Church in Hit) torritoricsiiH
uxori'lK'il In the past, Is u nuumi'i' to
frco InslltutlouH itiid too diiugurotiH
to Ihj longHiilUircd." Tlio belief of
(ho American people Is that
polygamy Is the worst evil in the
Mormon situation, and if that sur
viving hvln-ivlio of barbarism could
bo extirpated, tho sons of the
J.iiltor-duy oovuimnt would becunu
loyal and law-abiding cUI.uiih. Jlttt
our leading politicians who littvo
iltNillngs with tlio followers of
.lowcpli Smith, know that tlio tem
poral jMiwer usurped by tlio priest
hood jircsenls the greatest obstruc
tion to the onforccment of law in
that territory. Thuy assume to bo
vicegerents of the Almighty, tlio
JMvluo will Is nuulo known tlirough
tholr 1Im. Khwlily govortiments
thuy iguoiv, ami this maxim is in.
uuIuhUhI um n duty: "When man's
law coullli'l with God's law, the
truu saint has no choice; he must
llvu his religion though It carry him
Into the iteultontiiiry."
A jKMipIo carried away by fanatl
cUuu am always gtverni'il by a
"higher law." Tito gonitis of
Anuirluan institutions which touches
devotion to the Hag as the emblem
of our liberties, and iMHHt for the
law which preserves those UlHirtlcs,
has no hold on tho mind of the saint.
When he takes his undowuiouts he
is sworn to undying hostility to the
Amtrlmii mjoplv Ikkum their
lwiuUuiv rwl with the blood of tho
prophsts slsln. This (mhciIuw them
tlWl(yli,v, and the oiliest of the
yoveitiiiiMiit they regard as op-
This Is tliu evil Inllttmioa eon
ilMtiued in the tvuiMltm platform
Ml "the laillttcMl powsr T the
2klonuuu t'huivli;" Mini to break up
Uils jiowtr the RwuluUou plsdgw
tin )MNr' "to place upon tho sUtute
bftftks H9gtalaUou striugtuit tuogh
to atvorw tti imlltleal ftujtt i1m
tMMhMbMUwl laiwor." tJth to
dun mi t such lawsrifldl- imftmml,
Umm will Iw no UtHiblv Uwn lu
tmuptug out "Uw atteiuUnt takwt
ttaur)ut'gauiY." .v rm it- MAtuirr, (
Tluw ir hiatU uf CailforuU fruit
xrMt ulT hi Chkwgu a ilay or two
ago, anil tlx sjum amouut AmuiI
rwatly sale in Now YMrk. "Ttafc"
lUat our fruit growers will Hod uu
dlfleult) In m IUu at gvmd tricw all
thacliukvfrtilt thvy mu raW, A
tu(.Tti tttk furulah a tuarlut
tbat will liHtvas vrjr ytr." And
(hi Iruth iulrtw h Iw tnipn il
an ttw uiiitds at uur owu (hill nu
ra. TlMtrv Ium Immu a xmiiMiitl-
bW MtlvU A tMUlU (Mlltta III th
WUlMtisllai vai la avtUuc out
ftutt Umm, and vUm Nmm nbnlB
a te bwit Um W salwd.
what are we going to do with the
proluct? Tlie above furnishes an
answer. In the large cities of the
oast, where millions of our suffer
ing follow creatures are confined, a
frultdletduring the summer months
Isan absolute necessity. The present
supply Is miserably Inadequate, be
cause the price U prohibitive to the
jKwrer class. Lens than car lots are
not profitable to (-end; but when the
fruit Industry of tills region shall
attain its full proportions, there will
be profit to the producer and a hy
gienic food supply furnished to the
SUN. HTKHMKTS ItKCOMMHNII.
During the next four months wc
may look for any aiiiountofisilltlcal
gossip in the newsjmiHjrs, affecting
tlieqtmllllcations of the respective
candidates for (lie presiileney and
vice-presidency, furnished, It is most
likely, because the writers think the
public require such talk. Gen.
Harrison is already receiving a large
share of such attention, which il is
to be supposed ho will meekly en
dure, because It is a corollary to the
position lie occupies. In Washing
ton a press correspondent seized
hold of Senator Htewart to Inquire
how Gen. Harrison Mould be likely
to stand In the Golddn state. The
senator had nothing but words of
encouragement to give.
"How Is ho on the silver ques
tion?" whs one of tho quories pro
jiotintk'tl. Tito answer was again
satisfactory. "Tho enemies of
silver," said tho Nevada senator,
"are In Wall street, not in Indiana."
Which for an epigram sounds well
enough. "lie Is in favor of both
gold and silver and will heartily
endorso tho republican platform."
Thesenator has a bill in congress
to procure the free coinage of sliver,
ami it provides Hint any person,
(citizen or alien,) who shall oiler
silver bullion at a mint or assay olllce
in (his country, shall have it coined
Into standard dollars and returned
to him for circulation. Under the
present coinage law the bullion is
bought by the United Ktatcs treas
urer of the person tillering it and
paid for at its market rate. The
Intent of Mr. Stewart's bill is to
give the royalty on the coinage to
tlio bullion owner, a neat little
benediction amounting to 'Ar per
cent. As tho senator is an extensive
mine owner we can understand ho
Is a warm advocate of Its passage.
J tilt lu dlscilKslug Gen. llairNoii's
attitude on the silver question with
a Journalist who has devoted no
attention to the subject, he puts him
oil' with glittering generalities,
which he knows amounts to noth
ing. When he winds up ids lauda
tion with tlio honest statement, "If
ho Is elected president, he will be
president of all the people," he
neutralizes the early portion of his
talk. Because in the interest of the
people, the president, no matter to
what Mtrty belonging, will never
concent to debasing the currency
for tlio prollt of a few mine-owners,
anil hence the senator has simply
Ix'on talking In a circle.
Tint only assnthlhlo point lu Gen.
Harrison's character and record,
which tho democratic prints are stir
ring themselves about Is his position
on the Chinese question. Demagogy
Is resorted to for tho purioso of stir
ring up prejudice against him on
the 1'acltlo coast, but no Intelligent
voter can bo Intluoneed by tho mis
representation used. He voted
against one of tho restrlctlvu meas
ures hecaufo It contllctcd with treaty
rights; but when the objection was
removed, his vote was recorded lu
tho Interest of home latum That
nothing elm uau Iw raked up against
the rttpuhlloau candidate is evidence
tltat his record U a clean one.
Tit k cause of labor has not been
forgot tsn lu tits republican platform.
The Introduction Into this cnuutry
of Cul lie and uf foreign contract
labor la condemned, and the rigid
cnftmvment of exUtiug laws against
the prat-1 lee is required. TliU reso
lution will U saUs(kctor' to tit
worfcJugutou Iwcaiuu Uita to a foal-
uit of our urutedlv aj-wteui tlwy
are most lutvnwld lu.
Tiih dutlwi collwHeU from th cua
ttau Ikuk at Purtlaiut from Juihi
tat lu h amount to owe 10&,UUU.
Tha HtoMpta of th custom huuw for
th Ascnl year will foot U owr half
a UiUUtot Uollara.
Tula luumlnii tiov. IVuuoyvr la
tuod MHUUiWkMta to Kx-K)v. X. V,
Uooy nud Mm. S. K. iloodjr m
dvlafakw ftum Owou to th ttf
taenia naUonal cuaawMM of oaail
Una and camwUoua whMi enat
UMDUce, la Uaflato, N. Y.. July fttfc.
ctov. and Mm. Moodj an
lac In OnlOk
vrmmmm.hmtmto Mia, ulklWMMiti iwummwoi
uiwiaw w ouuu vm. '
Mr. N. II. Frohlichstein, of
Mobile, Ala., writes: I take great
pleasure in recommending xr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, having used it for a-scvere
attack of Broncbltte and Catarrh.
It gave me instant rsllsf and entire
ly cured me and I have not been af
lllctcd since. I also bog to state
that I had tried other remedies with
no good result. Have also used
Electric Hitters and Dr. King's New
Life Pills, both of which I can
Dr. Kiug'sNewDlscovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, is sold
on a positive guarantee.
Trial bottles free at Dr. II. W.
Cox's Drug Store.
At Ilk I'wt Day and Mgfct,
The vigilant linn, Indigestion, kooU ub
with III innny-lHKlifMl mnurgc. Each laxti
l H diabolic nyinptoiii. No comfort In fill
ing, inlmrry nftprwarUa, Ultle or broken rent
at night, vlitltatloim of tlio nightman- dur
ing fitful Intcnalx of Bleep, an uiirlxlng
unrefrenheU and without atl(o, leepi
nefwnnd yawning during the tlay , nervuui
nen and lrrlUihillty of temper, even mono
mania In extreme caw. Ilanl to bi-ur, all
thin. Neeeaxarj'T No! a thousand 1 1 mm
no, o long a llimU'tter's Htomacli Hitter,
the nation's sperlflr for IndlKCatlon, acute
or chronic, In pmcnralile. The commcuee
meiit of ii course of thin medicine Ih the
(mmeiici incut of a cure. lrompt relief
nrvl, aimoiuie crauieaiion Buowniueniiv.
The truth of ttiix htntenient, backed up by
Irrefragable teMlinoiiy, Is well known to
Hie Anicrlcmi iMiple. So are others, viz.:
that the lllltcif! aw Isanti cures fever and
ague and IiIIiouh remittent, and rcmows
nervoimncHK, bllionneHH, cmHtliatlon,
and kidney and bladder trouble.
(Graduates Students in
Classical, Literary, Scicniilic,
Normal, JJiisiness, Law,
Jt lathe oldest, largest and least expen
sive Institution of learning lu the North-
School opens first Monday In September.
Hem! fur catalogue to
TIIO'S. VAN BCOY.
7:1 Salem, Oregon
II. KLAS, Proprietor.
Aumsville, - - - Oregon.
I, thouudorKigned, give testimony that
It. Ulna's Oregon IVaeh Hitters is a real
good and true remedy for weak and ills
eased stomach, constipation. Indigestion
of tlio bowels and loss of nppellte.of uhtch
I have been Mitlorlng out a year, and
through tlio use of those bitters I was
promptly relieved, and I feel better than
over, anil truly recommend it to all who
wish to rejoice at good limit Ii and good
upiH'tlte. UBV. V. WKHMIUIC.
hubllmlty.Or., June li. 1SSS.
This Is to cerl Ify tlmtl liuvo been troubled
with kidney dUease lorn numberof years.
I jtst January 1 got down slck.nud wax un
able to gut up without hclp.and after using
tlitee iKittlosof Oregon l'wicli Hitters, I lilt
entirely cured, and therefore I recommend
it tooerybody who Is mulcted with thu
same. 1IKNJA.MIN TUCKK1U
Aumsville, Or., .May 22, lsx$.
The Standard Combination Fence!
No. 260 Commercial St.
All Styles ol Fencing Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTIOIE.
Dr. I-I. SMITH
Nowiln poaamakmufit new dM)vry In
tueillcJo, whkh b purol- looal siult lit
k ami ie alMMMt lulutiioitk4y (Hi the
sHmHtudlua llasne uf the Itwth. It a
uo wy tujuitouai or uuileitwiit (u
Uulr. lite iuauuOMtiuni of tt flwlw II
mstwuu imm ui inr wvio. iv m ut
iw Nuai ihm urr imm Ktiowtt tHWOfis u
by plyiu It to tbt iwualUV H- Mire
Uflh, they nut lx elvnued Utl tlUou
without paltk tin all tltow tlutt WMt)t all
kluU ut denUl work iIodk without twin,
wtwld belter olt on Dr. 11. HiulUi. TM)t
xtnu-UMl Air CO cruu.
CRONISE & WILSON.
(IB Mate IiMunuie Uulltt
Unadwork. Vu nrtow.
OIY TAX NWKX
1MOt TV" H.JI tor lb. rmjm P
mam m kt . 4 ufwii u
imfmnms wt m wm iumuWK
vob iuiujaihb rj
i mm vmm
10 CMrt Six. & .
mu ctuan h-wx vuta hi'tul g
FARJIERS, -:- UVERYMM
And rrthers In need of
It. will be to your Interest to call upon' mo
before pureta'"!? elsewhere, as I lmvothe
largest and most complete stock In the city,
l'ricen reduced to suit the times. Just re
ceived a fine line of
ferriage Harness from A. R Rissler k Co.
For which I am wIe agent. Theselharnees
are all madefro-m
First Class Pittsburg Leather,
Warranted. The finest line of Duster.
Muggy Ilobeg, and Whips in the city. All
theM goods I am Felling at verycloae fig
ure. Thanking the public for their liberal
patronage in the pnM, I shall endeavor by
fetrlct attention to buslnetw to merit a con
tinuance of their favors In the future.
E. S. IA.MPORT
H. K. DulJoia.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Front SI to 98 per day.
SALEM, - - OUECI -V.
W, M. SARGEANT
Keeps a flue stock of,
Wall Paper, Borders and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Chests, Velocipedes, Bicycles,
1MSKLTS, and nil kinds uf KK.UILS.
Mouldings and Frames Made to Order.
Tlwuo pnper, leaves nnd centers. Don
forvet tho artist material, such as Tube
1 "milts of all kinds, 15rusb.es of all sires, und
menders. Also thu
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
Slats for frames ot nil slzos, in fact every
thing clhO that can bo thought of.
Come and See for Yourselves
FAHUAH'S 1UX)CIC, STATE
rAli kinds of Kurnlturo made to order
A fttll line of Caskets always on hand.
Uiriets lUujts, Crockery, Glass 'Ware, Tin
ware, stationery .NntknisoJall lirliiUons,
Mirrors, lleturw, Onmlee Iles, MouldlnKa
and Window shade. lMeturefraiiiliii- and
all klniU of Job wrk in whh! a hpeelalty.
Tobacco and Cigars.
Good old on the Iuu3linflt plan.
AuctUui mv ery Saturday.
- lltgkuwt nurti price paid lor seeotul
G. 1'. SMITH,
ftmd ftir otakwi. out tor yham tor Job
iTIMIU WWW Ul VVIfUll,
E. M. WAITE,
Cm! SMi lAwtr, typ. Ofmt Hmm,
S. B. WATK1K8, ..- Prop
&Jlmto at all boon, from So to c-
I-IORS1SS1-IOEING ! !
ItrtwOna In all mm,
JOHN KNIGHT, Tk HwMthoor,
AU lfc Unprovvd mm Haiti ol abaetnc
hlft.f wtwMii of the ton
Dd tor Um mnwrtioo of tuuty acka.eoo
iimm um inunHuc . i
THE Mm MITffl CI.
Attention to what
tfnmr All In-" ilinsn nrcspnts: That
slumbers nor sleeps, but are awake
that owing to tho depression of business in the East there will be manv
failures. Kow we want to be ready to capture any bargains that niav
bo offered on account of such failures, and to do this it will be necessary
for us to be on nauuin new ivik. uuu vmiaiuu, iuiikiouu, uua ueanneifl
with plenty of the commodity commonly called Cash, with which wel
can boast the people of this country are well supplied, nnd in order for M
to get it, wo will from now until the iirst of August offer such bargainU
as will induce those having money to divide with us.
You all know that our Manager has neen in business hero fortholasll
twenty years aim always noes as iiu uuvurusus. auuut august ist lie wil
fctnrt lnst fo buv a lartre fall stock, and in order to do this wo will nfi0,
our whole stock of goods consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats. Caps
Trunks, Valises, Tobacco. Cigars, Taper, Envelopes, Notions, etc., at ; a
great sacrifice, and in order that the general Tuuuc may know that wol
mean business, we mention the price of some of our goods till August lstl
A good Hemmed Handkerchief for 1 ct
A sliver, xolrt or steel thimble, 1 ct. each.
A spool of Clark's, Coat's or Kerr's Thread,
3 c. each.
A spool Reed Sewing Silk, best brand nnd
assorted colors, for 3 e.
2 spools Silk llutton Hole Twist for 3 c
2 skeins Saddlers' Silk for 3 c.
1 sheet gold, silver or plain Card Board,
lc. worth 10 c.
1,000,000 doz. Horn nnd Cloth covered
Dress Buttons worth 25 to CO c. a doz.,
for 5 c. a doz.
100,000 do. l'"ino Jet nnd Metal Buttons,
worth GO c. to SI a doz. for 10 c a doz.
1,000 yds. Ijico worth 5 c. n yd., for 1 c. a yd.
Lace worth 10 c. per yd. will bo sold for 3
and Oca yd. Other Kdglnga and
Embroidery in proportion
A good nrtlelo of Gent' Summer
The above are only a few of tho genuine
inese our wnoio hock win uooiiereuai prices luwer luuu uujwiiuro eiso in tno city,
without nnv exception.
We nro not going out of ImMnevs but nro
lor our large rail siock. uau aim oo convinced. iiy uuu uc nappy.
Bemember these bargains can only bo secured at tho Opera liouso Corner, from tbi
IviipilUl UIL'UUIR' J.
All kinds of Farm
Having ken continued as Assignee of A. Mayer, I will now
offer the entire stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods
And Gents' Furnishing Goods,
ibcr .-. None .-. Reserved, .. all .-. Must .-. Go!
YOU WHO HAVE MONEY
All Sales Strictly for Cash.
Bank Block, Throe Doors
HACKS -:- AND
Scriber -:- arid -:- Pohle.
we will Mention !
the Capitol Adventure Co. notii,..
and up to the times, and know weM
juw iiue jsu,i;u xiuuius lor OU a eahH
Large stock of flowers, price no object.
Ladles' Chemise 15 c. each, worth ii .
Ladies' Night Gowns, 60c. each worth L2sB
And all our stock of Ladles' AVhlteUood M
in proportion. a
50,000 Ladles' Hat Krnmes 10 c each. worthB
bin tnCl an.li ' '.-MM
12 Fish Hooks nnd 1 Lino for 3 c
Good Scrubbing Brushes 5 c each.
Good Whito Wash Brushes 10 c. each
Best 1'ntcnt Clothes Bins 5 c per dot
worth 12XC '
Good Fly Hooks, 2 c. each.
60 Beams Letter l'npcr, 2 c. per quire.
10 lb Letter Taper, 6 c. per quire.
100 doz. Memoranda Books, 1 c, each.
500 boxes Luhln Toilet Soap, 0 c. per box
Undershirts nnd Drawer? for 20 c. each,
U1 111 uJ I'.
liAltfJAlrta that wo will offer. BesldcM
hero lo stay nnd only do this to mako roodB
Assignee of A. Slayer.
South of 1st National Bank.
A flneUneofhirkg. Immritii. carl
riaovwL lttfelwMVMii Mti tih our oui
luake and the best tsutern nuiUt but-t
Evory one Warranted!
JOBBING and H0RSESH0EIK6.1
Ml Hi cxwiueraMI U.!m
msjLL,u jndL . j.ju, - i v