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Hfllem.OreKOii, IWolHcw. June 21, 1W..
Republican National Ticket.
For VI w Pruritlunt:
LI5VI J'. MOItTON,
Of Now York.
Kok 1'jhiih:ntiai. Hi.kotoiih.
Ilntrl ItclHii.or KlnitiHtlilCimiily.
Win. KHHM,r Mulliioiimli County.
0. V. I'lillon.of CIiiUii County.
WUDN'KKDAY. AUUUKT 1, IhHS.
I'or the next 31 hour from 12 o'clock
noon lo-dy: Hllglilly cooler, fair wilier,
A frlontl dropped Into (Hirwiiifluiii
tlilmnornliiK, niul otuiuirliiK f''
copy of lint cvciiIiik'h .Ioi'iinai.,
polnlod out llilHcdllorlid pnruKrnph:
A iroliHiltloii friend ciuiio In
thin mnriiliiK wllli it conundrum,
"(icn. Iliirrlwui Iiiih told iih," lie
wild, "tliul a t'limip font niuktw a
(iluxip num. Now I want to know
wliiit kind of a limn cheap -whlnky
Vu road it over, and looked to
him for cominont. "Don't you
rugurd Hint," ho linked, "iw a Hlur on
tho niptthllean jmrtyV" Wo mulled
hlaudly at tho nlHiirdlty of IiIh lilon,
mid uwaiirwl him it wiih open to no
miuh urltli'lmn. "Imt't Oen. Harri
son ropuhlloau caudlditto for ptxwl
tlunt," ho pursued, "and do you
want to tiring him Into oontoinptV"
"Ity no iiimiiim," wiih our reply;
"faithful are the wound of a friend,
'riio fact of (leu. llnrrlmn liuing
miImjUmI iih tho utiiudiird bonrur hy
tho lepuhllciiii parly, iWh not
milder hlui luftdlllile. lie eon iiuilw
a iiiIhIhImi like tho ivt of tin."
Wo then told our eeliwir of an
incident that occurred In a public
ch(Hil exlilbllloii In an cantoni city,
fioino imhllo spirited cltlen hud
fiirnUhod half a tliwtit unit I mediilH
for pnwontatlon to tho imwt murl
torloiid tKholHix, and In tluMllntrlim
tlou of tlu prlon one fell to a little
Imrufoot Kirk Thorn who crowded
audience, and thU iimllM'rliiiliintlng
HWNrtt wlleiled tuiuullitou appluiico.
'l'lwt xlrl who ehettply attired, hut
dill it nwke "h chep iiwu" t)f her?
Wo put thoewro lKiftirour vWtor
In another light. SupHryoiMiint
m txmt, and go to h ultiUtlng Ktorv
You llnd one to your tato and lit,
hiiiI InuiiliM tho prleo. Tito ntr-
olwnt myi "ThU article iim1 (until
Ar$lfljlut rilnct tho rwlnutlon In
tint rloo of whj1 wo Imvo jHtt (hum
down to fllftO." You buy tho otmt
and wear It. JKhm tlwt nmko
Qhwti nmu of you?"
"It limllMH WHHUH ItlNi." viw hi
"Will ymi delluo wlutt U a ultmi
11111117" wv lni)UlrHl fnrthttr.
Hut our vMtor h1iowhI no roMtll
liMMat th dtlnltlon.
"A ohp niHii, ati wt undorwtHtid
tho nhniMt," tHvutlituwl, "1 u
limn 'lio v" " uimhHml at n low
urlvw. Ho (4ot ihotvUKh. If u
workman, k not lli-t uImm; If a Uuol
mto inu, would chewt at a tnulu; If
a Iwnk tmitxtr, would omtxNMUi and
mil to Catwda, lfck a tvHltiutlou ol
A) irwut. in tho (trirtt of tho utvit
yKi wtmr, dttlxom ymir htorlln ijtmb
ItUf Mttot ytHt Ut ojtputiJvoly
ilNmxHt to 1k a khh itlmf
""iSko thtt wUIumI tuotltttrof tltW
imtrltoriiHW M'hmd child moutlwtiHl
NUVtk 'llwtHkld MtiMHI U MiHg
uu awl )mt ehlklrwu wMt motv UhI
mvim1mk HU lmy n jlr of
UmhWwU. TIm mwMlwnt mIU (hetu
fw- fCW, Hint lufUntv loM-tlHtt Kwv
tho roHion ih tlw (arlrr, the Kauiv
flUAllty tbl fur .
MAr tlww) hunly llttio khm tutd
ilMHKhtHN t i ftll U Mt t hxchI Ih
th4ritiiU, tunUI Uilr HHMhttr Ih
Uw life' work, mimI HdiWv tut
honorable name for themselves be-
caUBO the cost of tho blanket that
cover them is reduced In price 2i
nor cent? You see ltlsniiaunurutty.
Gen. Harrlftou when ho uttered the
epigram had not thought In what
wnv !L would out."
Worth rnnkea themnn and want of It tho
The ret l naught but leather and
We h.0 it rejK'atcd every day In
the naoera that UiIh Ih to lw an edu
cational campaign. Millions of
pamphlet and tons of reading mat
ter are being prepared for diHtrlim
tlon, the object of this outlay being
to inform the American peoplo on
economic wclonco. A campaign
committeeman in New York Ih re
ported m indulging in thin kind of
Chairman Urleo informed tho re-
nnrtiini nt liftfwlriniirf iiv vrutfrdiiv
tho cttmimlgn would Ikj fought on
intellectual principles, -j wih n
counteiiuiico perwiiulltief," he said.
"Whichever party tries to gain votes
by circulating IIch about ItH opponent
will meet with defeat. (Jrcat ciiies
Himu urn liivnlvi.il UiIh viHir. and we
mtiBt educHte tho peoplo on these
it Ill T. ...... ...... I.I.Mllu
lull without going into perHonal
aliuwi. I believe that this campaign
will bo of great honllt to the people,
no matter which party wins, for the
dlntribution of tho vast amount of
doctimentH relating to economic
(ptoMtloiiH which wo propose will
have an etl'ect that will bo felt for
yeaiM to come. Wo will do all wo
can to nhow up the weak polntH of
OUr OppOIIOIHH wiiuoui going into
their private liven."
.Such being the useful purpose of
thin campaign, it cannot bo con
Htrtied iih diHre8Mct to the republican
party to point out a manifoit error
pronounced by ono of itH leuilere.
Tho people will IiihIsI on doing their
'I lilt TAX ON OI.KOMAIKIAItlNK.
That provision in tlio republican
platform which fitvora tho "entire
repeitl of the Internal tuxou, ratlicr
than the mirreiider of any part of
our protective Hyuteiu," is causing
xorlous (rouble among the dairymen
In Home of tho wiHteru rttittoH. Thin
throntoiiH tho tax on oleomargarine,
imd tho Htatcmciil Ih made that tip
wardH of a uilllloii farmers are di
rectly IntcroHted. In New York
Htatc, wo aro told there are 170,000
furniH duvoted aliniwt exclusively to
dairy products. In Now Jersey,
Pennsylvania, Ohio and tho New
Kiiglitud Htatcs thoro aro twice as
many more. It was an industry
that grow mid nourished until that
fraud on tho public, called oleomar
garine was Introduced. Tho liiantl
faeturo was started in 1871), and dur
ing six yours grow to Immense pro
portions. It itd'octcd tho price of
butter ; dairy properties grow value
less, and many operators wont out
of tho business. Asa relief theald of
congress was Invoked, and an act
was pawd that revived tho waning
Industry. It iepiired oil mauufuo
hirers and dealers In the fraudulent
article to bo licensed, and a tux of
two percent, levied on tho product.
It u1m required all Imitation of hut
tor to bo properly labeled.
The llgurc given hy butter deal
cm of tho trade in tho bogus article
are surprising. In l&So, there was
lOO.tXHi.tKH) pounds of oleomargarine
iiianufuoturtHl and sold; which fell
oil' to 10,000,000 pounds In 18.S7 un
der tho operation of tho law. Dairy
men ami doatorM declare that tho
sUccotM of tho butter trade doHnd
on the enforcement of the law, and
some explanation of tho provision
of the platform iitxivo tpiotod will
Ik required to allay tholr apprehen
Too Muny INmiirU.irt,
NtiNtji'i-iT, July HI. Kvury day
brings to Nonqultt a uilscotlanoous
oolUKitlou of potent nusllolne euro-
alls and loiters of advice, and all aro
warranted to oun Goncrwl horldan
forthwith. Patent huhIIcIuo and
mltioml water oranks have sent stiitl'
mioukIi to stock a country drug
All parts of tho country and
lioarly vry state and territory arv
roproMiitotl In tho collection. ChII
fornla Is spwlally woll MproMiutwl,
and 'IVxns sonds It shans while
eronks lu tho liuiuodbito vicinity arv
frtxnwntly heard nun.
Of (MtirMi nouonf thk htutt'ls given
tho geiiorwl, and most vf It Is at oikv
thrown away. Uvwry nwll iUo
brliiR Mtornof Hilvieo, and mio or
two Itave Uhni rtwoiviNl from dootor
of wputo, lwvlngsHw wll inwnt
lufoniMttioti that Uuu" mltht apply,
but mot contain notlhor muim mir
Tho Khvt Jlaptll olmroh of &d-
tU U aUnit to oxttHid a oall to IU
J. Q. A. Honry of Portktnd to take
tho pil4t utMtel to ltv. D J
John KrleoH, tho votnniH vu
KtmH'W, or fsw York, hhIdtmI UU
mil xmt ytmUyn )rn Uj iu
vhjpmAw w hb U twuty yMnt
Kgo ami work tklly.
w. c. t..u. mmx.
Worse Tium Peat Houses.
nmi...t,., i, .rv,i.i n t,n
dearest ho, of fondest parents; it
has broken the hearte of the truest
and bravest of wives; It has filled the
land with mourning, the grave with
victims, and hell with drunkards.
It Is an alliance M'ith anarchy; it Is
tho school of anarchy and the
schoolmaster of anarchists. In New
York are botweon eight and nine
thousand saloons, which, marked on
a skeleton map of the city gave the
appearance of a very bad case of con
Iltieut smallpox. Tho saloons tire
a greater evil than so many pest
TllYING TO SAVE THE YOL'NO
"The Austrian Government has
become alarmed by tho deterioration
In the physique of young men en
rolled for military service, owing to
the spread of drinking amongst the
humbler classes, and has submitted
to the itclchsnith a bill which ex
tends to tho whole of tho empire
the provisions at prosont in operation
in Giilicla for tho prevention of
drunkenness. The most drastic pro
posals of tho measure aro the clotting
of all spirit shops from live o'clock
on Saturday afternoon until live
o'clock on Monday morning, and
tho prohibition of the solo of spirits
by ordinary storekeepers. It is
further provided that spirits shall
not be supplied to persons already
intoxicated or to minors, and magis
trates are empowered to forbid re
tailers to serve spirits to habitual
IT MAKES THEM UNTKUTHll'I..
Dr. Kichurdsou in I ho Asclcpiad,
says: "There shall boa person bom
of tho most correct parentage in re
spect to tho virtue of truthfulness.
That person shall grow up in tho
perfected pructlco of tho virtue of
truth, so that his or her word shall
bo a password of integrity, and hon
or and right. Jlttt by environment
that person shall como under tho
fatal Intluenco of ono common every
day agent, alcoholiodrink,aud us the
agent changes its methods and mas
ters its victim, tho llrst symptoms
of tho victory of evil, Jn what is
called dipsomania, shall of a certain
ty bo tho loss of tho onco pre-eminent
virtue. Of tho many victims
of Intemperance whom it has been
my misfortune to meet, not
ono hits escaped this moral
abasement, departure from truth
tho vice of falsehood. It is
it part of the moral dlseu.se,
as distinct and as clear as any part
of tho physical disease uustuuly
gait, restless impatience, ar palsied
speech which springs from alcohol.
It Is as if tho spirit of untruth had
entered tho body like a physical
poison, hud corrupted tho mind,
and made It a veritable centre of
IS IT ItHlllT'.'
Is It right to build churches to
hovo men, and at tho sumo time
license sluqw that destroy thorn 1
Is it right to license a man to soil
that which will make a man drunk,
and thou punish tho man for being
Is It right to license a man to
make iwupers, and then tax sober
men to take euro of them?
It is right to license u saloon to
teach vice, and then tax peoplo for
schools to touch virtue?
Is It right to derive a revenue out
of a trutlle which no decent man
Is It right to toauh your boy not
to drink, and thou vote to license
plaeo .where ha may bo taught to
Is It right to touch your boy to bo
houost, and thou vote tollconsoii
ItkuM whom ho may bo taught to
Is It right to toach a boy to ro-
utralu his passions, and then vole to
llconso n pluw where lib worst pas
sion) will bo ImUuiuhI ?
It Is right to take cure of your own
bqy, and voto to llenso a place
which will ruin your neighbor's
Ik It right to ltroaeh Justice and
ttlwrity, atul tlwn, vote to llootvsa a
thing which rohx tho widows and
orphAU of tWr brvad t
Tlw word "wlno" occurs in the
lUbh&ilUm; 11 tiinw It contains
warning; 71 timet) warning and
roproofo ; It Urn it pnmouuww It
poWmMw; 4 Ukm totally nrohl-
UutWr th balo of tho Capitol .at
Wiwhlngtoa u 1,10 galoau. -and
The ruw-trtifik U tlw rWwr that
You can't afford to waste time in
experimenting when ypur lungs
are In danger. Consumption always
eeems, at tirat only a cold. Do not
permit any dealer to impose upon
you with some cheap imitation of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, but be
mira vmi tret tlio ircnume. xsecausc
ou he has something just as good,
or just the same. Don't be deceived,
but insist upon getting Dr. King's
New Discovery, which is guaran
teed to give relief in all ruroar.
Lunir and Chest affections. Trial
bottles free at Dr. H. W. Cox's drug
store. Large bottles $1.
Dr. Gilbert's medicated baths will
cure scrofula, dropsy, malaria, rheu
matism, and all irregularities. His
oxygen treatment will cure con
sumption, and his electro-magnetic
treatments arc nature's wonuenui
pnro for nervous weakness. Call nt
his sanitarium in the bank block
Consultation free. jy-13t
bueklen'a Arnica Salre.
Tho best salvo in tho world foi
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, saltrheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For balo Dr. H. W. Cox.
To protect the American home anil
tho American Sabbath are tho two
great issues of tho hour.
Kuiiiuleil In 180H.
LADD & mJSTl, Bankers,
mKANSACT A GENERAL HANKING
Kxclianee on all parts of tho world sold
Collections iiirup at nil points.
State, county, and city warrants cashed.
Drafts drawn on all banks In Oregon and
ltourd of Kqunllratlon.
NOTICE IS IIEUKIIY GIVEN THAT
tho Hoard of Equalization for Marlon
county, Orcuon. will meet at tho county
court-nouso In Snlcm on Monday, AiiBiist
27, 1S88, tuul continue In scslou thcro for
ono wcok, for tho adjustment of assess-
Dated July 31, 18S8. T. It. PATTON,
8-lnlwtd AsMt-tor of Marion Co., Or.
I lie ft binall lot of HIGH GRADE
Kor Male. A1m several head of YOUNG
Kor iwrtluiilarsaml prices addretw
V. II. 11YAKS
The SALEM MARKET
W COUltT BTKKET.
Coutntitly on lmiul tho Ixwt Qiinlity of
Wi ami Salt Meals !
-Tln CLK.VNKHT kept tnarket in the
JJcCUOW A WILUUll).
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
8TATK KTUBKr, - 8ALKM, ORKGON.
,Att klinU of freh nad eurwl meaU
alvray oa hamt KU weight and itaMiuare
UU all arvHind.
A. B. HUDELSON,
Steves, ami Farming ImplemtnU.
AW wn a ftttt ttaek or
PAINTS, OI LS
QIOAKS ud TOBACCO,
GIiA8S wmI PUTTV.
JHKBweN, - - Orhoon.
EW1Uj toe Um (Xviutal Jottv,
OREGON LAND COMPANY
Hns npw for sole twenty-ave 10-aerc lots on tho wt side of tho river, from 3M to'
miles lrom Snlcm nnd nenr tho 150-ncro fruit faim owned by Mr. R. i
Wnllnco, of Snlem. Theso lots nro nil nicely situated within sight of th
Capital City, and having a grand view of the snow-capped peaks of tho Cascad
Jhe Soil is of the
them.iBH.' till .
All Lots Front on a. Road
And the road leading to Salem Is now being
DRIVES leading out of the city.
It Is generally conceded that Investment
uuers u ut'licr NHunmcu ui uuKe reuiriis umu uiij uiiiur lurm 01 investment. It1c(
now being iild for fruit In Salem by tho Willamette Valley Fruit Company
Insure, at a Low Estimate,
Tho eloso proximity of Mr. Wallace's
Fruit Cannery, nnd thus n convenient market, ns soon as tho trees nro old enough tl
Call ou tho
Oregon Land Company
And they will SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank,
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES
Scribjsr. : and -:- Pohle
WM. BROWN &. CO.
S H OIK
T II 1 IT' It
m ftp aim Hiniinrcu' ;
OASII PAID FOR
ftl, Hides, Pells asd Furs.
SAuar, - ORHGON.
Very Best Quality
graveled, nnd will bo one of tho FINrs
In FRUIT LANDS at tho present tim
from S250 to $500 per Acre
lruit farm of 150 acres to these lots inmn.
OFFICE IN THE
FREE OF CHARGE.
A fine line of hacks, buggies, carts, cad
rlages, buckboards, etc lloth our owi
mime uuu mo oesi easicrn maae ouggiC!
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING!
Call on the undersigned, wngon and raj
rlage makers and blacksmiths, 2to 311
ami w commercial street, saicm.
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