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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
Offltt, 112 Court Rtrttt, Optn llomt Mtk.
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H(iltiiii,OreKon,i'MtoMlce, Juno 21, 1W(.
TIIK 1II.AI.VK nKCIHTION,
llcji'jljlicaii National Ticket.
lor VIco President:
IWSVl P. ZSIOUTON,
Of New York.
Kou Miiwiiii:ntiai. Kmxtojis.
Holier! McLean, of Klamath Coiuity.
Win. JvtijuiB.or .Miitlnmniili County.
C V. J "ill on. if CIiiImi County.
KATUItDAY, AUdCHT 11, 1H8.H.
tin: i . i i . i 1 1 1 : i c ta.v
In preparing the senate bill ns a
wilwtltulo fur Hi Mills bill, the duty
on lumber Ih fntinil to bo a sliini
lilliiK block Senator l'linnb and
other senntois from the prulrlostutos,
Insist on the abolition or tlio reduc
tion of this duty in obedience to the
urgent call of the people they ropri
nont. 'I'liey tell of tlio Impoverish
ed condition of thotisonds of (he
funning class, whoso property Ih
mortgaged for all it Ih worth, and
who am being drained with exces
sive interest. They have to deal
with tho inexorable logic of factH.
Mr. Plumb lnudou point the other
day, when he (iioted from a h pooch
of Mr. Illalno In the 1ioum of ropro
sontutlvos, In which ho protested
against the proposition to tax lum
ber. The Maine statesman said :
Whenever the Western front lors
man undertakes to malic for himself
a home, to (III the soil, to carry on
the business of life, he needn lumbor
for bin cabin, he needn lumber for
bin fence, he needs lumber for IiIh
wagon or cart, he needs IuiiiIht for
bin plow, he homIm lumber for almost
every purpose In his dally life.
And this crude product, of which
hti hmt constant need, Hhould come
Into bin hand without ayliig tri
bute to the lumber Imrous. lit pro
imrliiK the wiinto hill it Ih found
that thedemand for revision and ro
iluetlou Ix equally urgent and more
Widely spread than the high pro
tection demand, and the semite Ih
laitweeu two llrvn. I .literal conces
sion will have to Ih mado, and by
tile time that the measure in prepar
ed for introduction in thonenuto, it
U thought the reduction of Ihmw It
proiM, w 111 U fully equal to that
made by tho Milt bill. The taillV
plank in the Chicago platform tMmlt
lu the way of the revUlon de
nmmlod and proMnl, but the utter
ance of a few hundred huatml poll
tlelau who an governed wiloly by
pedloliey, imiot not be allowed to
iloAkHt needed logUlation, or there
nioval of a tUoal burden which tho
(HHiple Ami to Ih oppnwtlvu.
The good steamship, City of New
York, steamed In New York harlwr
early on Friday morning, bearing
the returning statesman, James O
Illalno and family. Immense prep
arations were made to give this dis
tinguished American a "grand ova
tion." A flotilla composed of every
pleasure craft procurable, and form
ing a column two miles, was to be
his escort to the wharf; and the
preparations mode ashore for his re
ception, in the way of triumphal
arches, bunting, flreworks, huzzaing
masses and the blare of brass bauds,
it lias taken the press dispatches
from that city nearly a week to re
count. All the details of the reception
seem to have been successfully car
ried out. The hero of the celebra
tion was found happy and In good
health, the speeches were all appro
priate and felicitous, and the popu
lar enthusiasm seems to have been
unbounded. The man from Maine
made a speech in which he declared
that the cordial and heartfelt and
magnificent welcome accorded him
was more acceptable than any olllce
the American people could liestow.
lie also declared that after a cloc
personal study of the social and
llseal systems of the old world, he
wns tho more convinced of the wis
dom of our American statesmanship
and the more devoted to the policy
This renunciation In unambitious
stalcwnuiu is certainly edifying.
When 'Wolsey was cast down from
his towering height by his monarch,
ho was so Impressed with tho vanity
of human wishes, that in tho bitter
ness of Ids humility lie exclaimed,
Vnln pump nml glory nf tlio uorld, I Imte
Hut Mr. Itlalne has no such cause
for misanthropy. lie Is admitted
by political friend and foo to bo the
most popular American ; ho is rank
ed as our Hist statesman ; but for
his persistent refusual he would have
been oIhhoii for standard bearer by
the republican convention ; and
this hearty acclaim when lie reaches
his native shore Is an honor such as
a private cltlon hut rarely receives.
And bore he Is contented to stop
short. Twleo ho wasdofcated in nat
ional convention by solium In tho
Republican ranks; hut ids friends
never failed lu liissupport, and when
his name was a third time presented
It carried tho convention by storm.
Ho made a gallant light for presi
dent and barely mlsed winning the
transcendent prize. Ills friends,
which seemed to Include nearly tlio
entire republican party, wanted to
make yet auotherllght In his name,
having Mattering Indications of suc
cess to Inspire their zeal; but at tho
the moment when the fruition of a
life's public labors seemed within
roach, this much-enduring states
man repressed his ambition and de
clared ho would go no further.
Whether this ovation is in recog
nition of ids self-abnegation, or
whether It is designed as a sueeesful
send oll'to the campaign in which
the hero will be a Kittling actor, is of
uogivat moiuent. It N certainly a
gratifying testimonial of his endur
ing hold tin tbo hearts of bis eouu
tryiuen; it must boa groat pride to
himself Mild the latter are proud
Salem Enterprise Adequate to Dispese
of Our Increasing Crops.
The people of Oregon are begin
ning to wake up to a realization of
the wealth there Is in the fruit that
grows so prollllcally and with so lit
tle cultivation or care. California
with all her flue climate, long, dry
Hummers and glare of sunshine is
not to bo allowed to monopolize the
great industry of fruit drying.
The Journal has recentlyspoken
in praise of the enterprise displayed
by the big establishment in our city
for drying fruit on a large scale.
Now it is pleasing to note smaller
but no less worthy ellorts In the
II. H. Jory & Son, of South Salem
have patented a portable fruit dryer
of theirown invention tlinthas gain
ed high praises and first premiums
at our own and neighboring state
fairs. A cut of the machine can be
seen in our advertising columns
The evaporated fruit also speaks for
the machine''. The increasing sale
of the apparatus is another convinc
ing testimonial of its cfllclency.
Mr. Jory is now at Molalla erect
ing a No. :i drier with a capacity of
twenty bushels per tiny for Mr. A.
firay. This is the tenth disposed of
during theseason by this linn. Ono
has been put up for Mr. P. M. Illn
erson at tho mouth of the Clacka
mas with a capacity of 100 bushels
per day. Mr. Oliver Jory is putting
up another one on the Columbia
river, !!0 miles above Vancouver, in
Washington Territory. And en
quiries are beiugconstuntly received
that indicate an increased demand.
Salem limy indulge in a justifiable
pride in thus sending out so many
valuable machines, invented and
manufactured within her own bor
to honor him.
Our Loss Seattle's llaln.
Salem and a large circle of friends
lor-c a well known family by the re
moval of Mr. J. "W. Spriggs and
wife and children, who go to Seattle.
Mr. Spriggs, hits of late been prac
ticing law in this city, and was at
one time pastor of tho Christian
church. Subsequently ho was or
dained a Unitarian minister, hut did
not re-enter tlio pastorate. Ho hits
considerable ability as a speaker ami
a temperament and manner that
win friends. le has secured a posi
tion In the county auditor's olllce at
Seattle. Mrs. Spriggsnnd the young
people alo made many friends, who
will unite In wishing all much hap
piness In tholr new home. Miss
Rom is specially remembered by
theJouiiNAii, because she lias held
a case in tho olllce.
Tho Delaware peach-growers are
organising a "poaoh trust." Some
thing of the kind may lie noco-onry,
but we hope the movement will ex
tend to the basket. We can even
now tniht a peach, with the good
side tip and the bod side down, with
more confidence than we can the
oiton faced Imsket with its broad,
smiling top, a full face of honesty,
and a lying ImiMoiu halfway up tho
Imskot. The poauh Is all light; it's
lite pit tlmt istoosdtallow.-Hurdotto.
CmusTiAX Church. Elder P,
It. Burnett, pastor. Preaching at
J0:30 a. m. ana 730 p. m. bunaay
shool at 12 m. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
M. E. Church. Services will be
held in the M. E. church to-morrow
as follews: Morning, at 10:30;
Evening at 7:30, Sunday
school at 12 Jr. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 0:30. All are
invited. Seats free. Rev. W.
Haitist Church. Corner of
Libert v and Marion streets. Rev.
A. R. Medbury, pastor. Services
at 10:30 a. M. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
School at noon. Young Peoples'
meeting at 0:45 P. M. Weekly
prayer Meeting Thursday evening.
All are cordially invited.
Elder Uashor of the Dunkard
church will preach in the C. P
church to-morrow at 3 p. m.
Elder J. W. Webb will preach at
the penitentiary to-morrow at 10:30
No services at the Congregational
The ordinance of immersion will
be attended to at the Christian
church to-morrow night.
The Oregon Land company must
be meeting with success for they
are branching out as far as Albany
where they have rented the brick
building adjoining Stewart &, Sox's
hardware store, and will open a
real estate olllce, to bo managed by
Messrs. George Dickerson and W.
Tlic (ireat Laml Enterprise.
Knorgetie measures are being
adopted by the Mexican Land and
Development Co., for the carrying
out of the great enterpri-e to wliicli
wo alluded In a recent issue in con
nection with tlio Grant of Land it
has required in the state of Tama i-lipa-,
Mexico. Tlio hardest of the
surveying is already done, and it is
estimated that in a year, 4,nmi,o(H)
acies can bo surveyed, of which the
Company will take 1,000,000 acres.
The land has navigable rivers, and
harbors, and coal, and dense forests
of Hue timber, and petroleum, and
precious metals, and other minerals;
nut Mtnnoso It had nothmi; at all ex
cept the bare land, and suppose that
it does not bring more than the ?1.2o
per acre, you might figure what the
prollt will be on some million acres.
We know' what land is. We can
see It. It is always where we can
examine it. The most successful
companies for somo years havo been
organized on land. Tho whole world
knows what a boom there was in
Southern California last year, and
tho many fortunes that were made.
None of these begin to compare
with tills enterprise in magnitude,
nor in its possibilities. It comprises
not alone millions of acres ot land
TheGlory Crowned Giant of the Show Work
A HUGE AND COMPLETE MIRROR OF WONDERLAND!
10 ACRES CROWDED TO FASdTO AMAJjJii
TWO BIG, BRILLIANT AND BEWILDERING PERFORMANCES AT -
Tuesday, August 28tht. 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 jVTenagerie.
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.
$3,500,000 lavcslcil'ior Hie Public's Delcdation! Actual Daily Expenses, $1.200!'
Human Imagination Confounded by its Magnitude!
but the opening formally iiu
See the Company's advert
C'hkwihi Tin iir nk: Cuukivmmimii
Tom Itayno of IMtUhurx U iimhably
llio muddent man in Washington.
He who iiiiith ImptvaNtst with Mo
KluUy' high tnrttr ikhcIi that lie
oKloml UM,oOi oople fbrwurdwl to
bU cuualMiiiuiU. After nonrly tbo
elllltv niiiiMuit bud IhhU dUtributod
It w illMcownsI that the Wowru
itMUJt Printing OltUv had made a
mUUke, mid Mr. lUyne's oonstltu-
out luul Uvn iipllMl with the
HtvH f MoMllUn uf 'lVuihiww, ono
f tlte lettdUitf IVinin-wtle meJitU'r
t the Commit Uv of YVv aud
MeMU, In nupport itf the Mill bill.
' v yj-"" "
Kt'.N TOH l Ml. VI 4 llIU lIlMUVWVtl
the tuitu uhouMVf away tltf Ltuue
Umke MWr at the time of tho Chi-
cunVvnt iu . lie wa n old em
ploye of the Mnittr, who wmyht to
ttk Utujf BlutMUiiit irnulu lu th
y. Tli fOHr, AM liupuhn
MM lo ttnvke the law to It fulkat
.vUMit, but m Mvmid thought b
oxx-liMlt! to ih iho nutter drop.
.Mr. tuaurrauKi) aawlto lbk
wt (.. U tuUuko mjmI on that to
Til V.-kl. ClI'lTAI JtUMKAl
V .y'Mi 0tM4 nf lw
The Allmuy Democrat says: Tbo
Statesman Is engaged from day to
dy lu making Inexcusably dirty
and brutal attaoks upon Col. l.eo,
of the Indian sehool at Chomawn.
The Capital Joiminai., which Is a
vury devout republican iior, thus
e.MKKin tliH porMinal spite which
actuate theStatiteiiian : "Hut ovary
Intelligent (Kirwin knows that this
brutal and unprovoked assault on
Supt. l Is pnanpttHl by pewonal
-pll and partisan miiiMr. Ho is a
doiuoerat, HpiKHiited by a domoomtic
wliulnUtrHtton j and this Ih hUuii
MiiloiiNbhiMii. Ho lias Ikvh wtver.
tWng for lads lately and hi wtron
a went to bin own party oryau.
TbU wH'itu. to haw rlllHl thr Stattv
mail wlltor with froiuy, and his
raving the 1mm wmk or two lxlm' I
hi UMOkMitrollabh nwd. Mr. I a
fl loft tbo buslnom lomt aito."
Mild tboox-uinplre, "but It seems to
follow mo still, oven to my own
home." "How is that?" asked his
auditor. "Well, iny son works in
tlio iron mill and my daughter is a
lino young lady. 1 go homo at night
and tlnd my Uy on the strike ami
my girl gone on balls anil parttos.
Kven my wire given mo chicken
ltitAj Cull l.i- 1 . -- i
. . . 1 0 " "0. IHI
tlio old umpire slgliwl. Pittsburg
W. 1). Hoyt vfe Co.. "Wholesale and
Itetall Druggi-its of Itoine, C5a., say :
We have been soiling Dr. King's
New Discovery, Electric Hitters mid
Jiucklcu's Arnica Salve for four
years. Have never handled reme
dies that sell a well, or give such
universal satisfaction. There have
been some wonderful cures effected
by these medicines in tliiseity. Sev
eral cases of pronounced Consuui)
tion have been entirely cured by use
of a few bottles of L)r. King's Now
Discovery, taken in connection with
Kleotrie Ititters. We guarantee
tliom always. Sold bv Dr. H. V.
ONLY COMPLETE, PERFECT AND SUMPTUOUS REPRODUCTION
OP THE '.
Races, Revels and Gladiatorial Combats of Ancient Rome
IN NEARLY 2,000 YEARS! '
GO Englishand Kentucky Thoroughbreds in Soul-stirring Struggles for
Supremacy! Enormous Ilaco Track Four Times Around,
Notalily and Triuinpliniitly Itchiforceil this Season with ono Towering, King
ly Figure of Western Romance,
CHAMPION WING-SHOT OF THE WORLD,
AND HIS GIRTED SONS!
and society, linpo many privations
upon the female sex, in tlio way of
di- Elrst it is one frwak, and t lion
anothw. and from th mot, that
niHiiy of them are uiihealthv in the
extreme, it Is small wonder that
many women MUvumb, and that
"rVniHlo wiNkiite." is th im rv.w
oueui rtwuii. i)r. nerves Favorite
PrHriHhui b the only positive cure
fVkr thm iMiniaalnu in exU-tonio,
Mllll tlltHMIUlIf! Of WtMIICH Mil bir
I iM io iim emoaev. "lavonto
i l'iMriition" is the legitimate merit-
i-iHh OMvruuy cottilKHlllital liv an
U wry uauoaoitwly euriorMHl by bU exjKrieil ami skfllful iilivkfolMii
MloWHXHintruieii In Imtlaim, andii alau(ei to woman delicate
th merrhanU of thU elty, wtthi ,innlUon. Ills t he only nuMloliw
who,., he w .lei, ,k hi, ! Ufflr.X!5. !!?
t hi tawwuMl ijuaJHk ami land-, uAmHuivk, that It will the satiX!
Ium Integrity "
SlhM auU Heals.
Santa Abie soothes ami hcnls the
iiieiiibniiiesof the throat ami luiius
when poisoned and intlamed by dis
ease. It pi-events night swHits and
tight now across the elust, can's
cough, croup, a.-thina, colds, bronch
itis, nueumouia. wii(Hi)imreoueliaiul
nil other throat and tune: troubles.
No other medicine is so sueeossful in
curing nasil catarrh as California
Cat-K-Cure. The enormous and In
creasing demand for these standard
California remedies confirms their
merit. Sold and absolutely guaran-
t.uul liv n V M..(tl, ...-. i. .. ... oi
.v. .v -.. ,. . .uuiuivtio iv i.u. in il
a package. Three for $2.60
ar Atlii csr.
The OIUOIXAL AIHKTIX-.
OINTMENT to only put up tarL
twivounco tin Ixwos, and Is Hv
.lsolute cure for old sores, burns
wounds, chapped hands, and al'
"kin eruptions. Will !oMthiU
euro all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL AUIKTIXK OINT-
VIOT'P. ViL. .... n , ......
(i., 1W State street, SaUm, at -5
itHla )sr box by mail 30 eeuta.
Only Fiill-Giwn Fair of Blood-Sweating Hippopotami on Earth!
"WK'VE GOT'EM ON THE LIST!"
.'00 IM1I2X0MKXAL ABEXIC AKT1STS! 90 DAZZLING ACTS!
Scotch Athletes, Arabian ilcteors, Japanese Marvels, and a Gigantic
European Vaudeville Combination, in Daring and Dashing Per
formances on the Huge Theatro Stage.
XO SKltU AND YK1.1.0U- l.KAV ATT11ACTIOVS! NOT A SINOI.K CIUlSTXITt
50 CAGTsOFWILD BEASTS UNIVERSAL REFLEX OF SAVAGE LIFE
23 BAREBACK HORSES"83
Helnetl, ItUIilen siul firlvcn by oae man ami Hint mnn.THE GltEiVT O'DELU
Groatet, Cmndost, Most Famous and Hest Tminetl Herd of Elephants
on American Soil-including "ltajali," the Colossal, All-overshad-
owlng Central Figure of his Itaee; "Sid" tho almost Human
Clown Elephant, and the only Uaby Elephant on tho
PEERLESS, POETIC, ROYALLY RESPLENDENT STREET PARADE
AtUHwriiiguB ,lle l,"WI Thoroughfare,! at 10 o'clock Every Morulne.
U.sitnl Popular 1'ricas of Admission 1M-I(u:mni7cas at UsiiaTHours.
CIIK.IP 1UIUXD-TIIIP KXCniSIOXS HX ALL KAII.KUADS!
See Station Agent. For Paiticulars.
AboXxMrit MeUtanvUle AnH l.r-liuailh. Altarny 27lh ItiHOmifMi. MedfbrU
tloil 111 'r' ! nr M..u.A.u ...ill 1...
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wrHu to aiw of doMP. ini. rt.
Tukw Nl f ThU.
If between th hour of Hi a. iu
d p. iu. tMly any of th public
w th P. tl. oloaml M tmn
not iMiutMiiu our hmkl pUkK P. U.
Nil ixuillUMUl in iXIWI.Utf VMM l I'M- Mr PWma
M.ur UnmmmI. Don lXrJhm. I a iraad uttun t,r- .
lioitMOtltorr iu appropriate .a. luqulwof Ir. (Hlhert. lu tha
nxviKulituii ofUto ftr that tho ra-l ym j. m
huuiM of our nalkuml hrru. iliu. ( . "
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