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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
Ofllce, Corner Conrt n4 Mbtrty 8trett,
TERMS OK HUH8CR1PTION
no ;wr, by mull...
Jjlx months, by nial
.Three months ly iiihH
Per week delivered by carrier......
. i ar.
IX mourn. ....-- -. . - -- . ;
one year. If jmld ibr in advance, i ;
nix monuiR, -
ulhorircd to re-
r-ICH(ernd n secoMit-clH mailer at the
Salem.Onw'wi, Pot4tflee, Juno 21. 1W.
Republican National Ticket.
' Jflor VJco President:
LI3VJ V. MO WON,
Of Nuw York.
VOR IMtUKMlllNTIAf. Ki.KcrrciitM.
ItolOTl. Mclean, of Kliiinnlli County.
"Wm. Knpu,f Miiltiioiiiiili Count).
I'.W. 1'ulton.or rlntaup County.
TJintSDAY. AIM JUST I(J, 1888.
CI.CAN IT OIIIC A I.I
AiiulliarHpiirt win 11111(11' by our
city ruuncll on TuumIiiy evening
low iird having tin ullcyH put in a
more uliokwuui' t-omlltlon. The
-l(y liiuraliiil wiih again ordered lo
notify pnipeity holdem to clean tip
tlielr iiIlt'VH, and tliuiwlio give no
lieedlotlie notice, will Inivo the
woik done Cor (hem anil they he re
called lo pay the hill The oidln
nniv ugaliiHt (Icik)hI(Iiik garbage In
the HtreolH and alleya mIkiuIiI at all
(linen lnjbtrlctly enroiced. It Ih In
thu Intercut of the general health
anil well being, and property holdeix
hIioiiIiI eo-opeiiili' with the police
olllcurw In guurillng ngalnwt ItH In
iVaulIiiH. A eaieloaauoHH Ih allowed
which Is really leprehcimlhle.
IliiiiMcliolilcm will throw out decay
ing WKehdile mutter an the readiest
way of gutting rlil of It, which IIch
and Center in the huh filling the air
with the giunm oi'dlwaHe. Not long
ago thin writer noticed hIx or eight
IhihIicIh or poluliHtt thrown up
aguliiHt a fence In the alley went or
I'onnnerclal, i mining from (.'onit to
Minu'kctowtreet. They were evi
dently u wurpliiH of the winter wiji
ply; new polatoen had come lo re
place the old eroji, and they weie
throw n out In thealley an wort blew.
A lintMhle houmnlfi luiiilreil
through our ooliiiuiu u few week
ago what he mIuuiIiI do with her
KHiltRUv. She hud no cow lo out It,
It a not alwajH handy to civmate
it, KMd her uuimoIi'Iuv would not
allow her to throw It out. In latter
eltle MWveiiKei'H are employed, who
ntaku their rutiiuUat an eaily hour
In the morning, and ijurry oil' the
HMhkM, Ullehen iemm Mini whatever
wmttu liiMKHtlicrvtl durliiK the piS
'h11iik day. Thl method may not
la practicable here; hut to avoid the
InfM'Uouof the air we breathe with
hiUtiuh and other ilUw norm,
the gieattwt cNiVfthould Ik o.erclid
hy every iH'ixnij and the niailinl
ami other etiiMrt-rvHlur of health
khotild mh tliMt thoiivoUai.dally
Hiv Kept ftve fnmi all ivnu-e and
WHAT IM HAW MATHHIAI.r
Hr IttUl Mlmori dall' hy new
pajw editor and pdttlml upewkerw
tliMt UiW i to U hii educational
mitiiMijtit. Tbo uuUii wmm U'forx'
1 he (tklo U the Ittrlrt', and how a
ttix upon ftMlii pHlueU Iiii)kHm1
Into tlte iMuutry iUtVt uur MiuIm
Hon -rtuNncUll', t-UUl,v, and lit-
dutrUaily U to tm hum) Miekwr
liy turgUiiMMK tHid UUurtmtiou, t)wt
m e imn All lwv h clour uudotvUiul
iwjf uf iu tueriU, autl vu( luklll
tftftttl' v bt-u the Huh cuuim far IU
TlIK C'AIMI'il. Jol'MXAI. WOUld
Migirwl Uuil lefvrv the main Mi)
uf dentlile Kiyuuieiit U turuMl im,
NUIUO fttUMtUoll U itt'WtMl to tlte IIU
iiiMicliUurf uf tli Mliies A
uilUo4i to our mutual uudenOuiiiJ
lug It U itMMixy that we all Mtfft
ii llm dutluliloii of ufin. 11m
fi.tr' fat luld oi UniVwtJui vrbo
tltilMMl m n txlliwr) wuuitt, Mtd
u luu Ut vwwvl viw nmdy U Ww
l.itt the male kuuk u(, "let jru the
jv.uur " The UiivImimu lfuir-
ant of nautical terms. lie had ob
served a hcatnan standing on a plank
busy painting the ship's side, and
misconstruing the mate's order, ho
uulushed the line that held the
plank in ixwitloii, and turning to
the officer exclaimed, "He's gone,
sir, potnand nil." This, it will be
admitted, is conuislng.
In the present tarifT dlscushlon
great weight is nttached to the duty
on raw nmtc-riaK Thoe who have
devoted most thought to the subject
and are best able to express an opin
ion, tell us that the free listing of
raw materials will Increase the sum
of our manufactured products, en
hance wages by creating a more act
ive demand for labor and reduce the
cost or living. Gen. Grant in his
annunl message or 1S75, defining
raw material, says: "I reftr to
those articles which enter Into man
tifacliircH or all sorts. All duty paid
upon such articles goec directly to
the cost or the articles when manu
factured here, and must be paid by
A plain reasoncr would take raw
material to consist or articles gath
ered rrom the mine, the plain and
Die fores I, upon which no labor has
been expended in fitting It mr the
use or man. Cotton and wool come
under this category, also logs, stone
from the quarry and crude ores from
the mine. They are produced by
nature, and no labor has been ex
pended on them save iu gathering
or exlraetlni: them, anil nerniuis
transporting them to the place
where there they can be worked
Hut your protectionists de rlgueur
will not concede so much. They ar
gue that raw material Is a commod
ity unknown to political economy.
A protection writer, away down In
Maine, cautions his readers against
the expression as "a catch word to
1 1 It-It people Into the support of the
free trade party." This writer's
logic Is so original that we will pro
duce it portion of Ids article. He
There is no such thing as raw
mateiial In the sense In which the
term Is employed by the champions
oi llie .Mills in ii ; inni is, wool,
lumber, marble, chemicals, Iron,
lime, Max, and the other articles
which we are told manufacturerti
should have free, are no more raw
materials than the cloth, houses
and locomotives Into which they are
fashioned. All of them, when they
are In condition to become mer
chandise, have been made valuable
by labor, or, In other words, have
Senator Piatt, of Connecticut, usid
some such confusing argument In
the senate during the present
session. Said he: "The tree iu the
forest, the rock In the quarry, the
ore in the mine, when reeiicd from
their native condition by the Indus
try of man, and carried to the place
where they can be shaped luto
proper usew, are no longer raw
material. They aie Infiioed with
the splilt that bus brought them
Into the transforming focus of man
ufacture and Invention; they have
become a pint of our civilization.
Theax that felled the tree, ami the
explosive that detached the rock,
relieved these articles from their
former crudeness; they are now
merchantable they have the
quality of value, ami they are to lie
rated as manufacture."
The reader will precelvc that a
dltllculty encounters the learner as
he llrst addic himself to the
study of the tartll. Haw material
and liMiiufttcturett are generic terms
in lineal clawtllcatioiis, and the
stMUwiucu of alt commercial countries
have sgreHl in the rule that the
the former should ho exempt from
duty eeaUlH, they are necewary to
Hut thoe bibulous avails In
(.'hloMit" taught a new political
ovHiiitlle. They are opHod to all
cumuipivhtl InttTcour-ewltli foreign
imUonx. They would retain a war
larill' on everything brought Into
ourport. and rather limn surrender
any (mrt of our protective ytvm
they favor (U eutnv tvw of the
tulMiuU taxt. This Is a new de-
wrt ure In IWal adviice, and to mlupt
the tcMchlugv ft political economy
to thl extnumlliMtry dwhtratlou,
writcntoii the tariff will lutw to
Mtpw ou w- lrmluoluir'. let It
ls uutkMwtoMMl tlmt thrt l uo uoh
thiuir knowntoth euMonw o(Ucr
tut r w nwtltfrbtl. Tb wool nit' Ibr
wlHwp'u Itat'K Ik a uuutuAwHuriMi r-tiflv.
GOVERNMENT CLOTHING STOREa
United SUte SoUlcn flnppliod
Prioe with Good Good.
Tho largest clothing, boot and shoe
store la thu country U run by tho United
States, though the aell things down at
cost prices, and there is no profit in It.
Erery army reernltlng station is a branch
store where supplies are dealt out. It is
different from ordinary stores. In that the
United States treasury furnishes the
money that buys the boots, hats, blankets
and clothes, and the money that buys
from tho United States also comes from
tho treasury Besides his pay each sol
dier in tho regular army has an allowance
for clothing which varies from $178.85 to
$228.40 for his five years' term. This U
only from $35 77 to $45.09 a year. If the
soldiers bad to go around and buy their
own clothing at ordinary rates they would
not bare a new coat moro than onco every
other year, and they would havo to sleep
In their underclothes to keep warm.
So tho United States has gono Into tho
business of supplying their ordinary
things to soldiers at tho bottom price at
which tho contracts for them con be
mado Tliero Is no rent, nor salesmen's
salaries, nor Insurance, nor profit to bo
paid by tho government. Aa a result tho
prices at which clothing is sold to the
soldiers aro bo low that many working
men who aro paid four times as much
wages as tho soldiers aro not clad as well
The bluo coats cost $3.!)3. They are mado
of cood material, well cut, and aro better,
fitting than tho uniform of tho avcrago
policeman, for winch ho pays soveral
times what tho soldier pays Ills caps
cost forty -iilno cents ills stockings cost
nlno cents a nalr. and thovaro better thnn
tho Bowery Btoros soil for a quarter, while
tho forty nlno cent caps aro as good as.
any man could want For his blue
trousers tho soldier pays $2 Thoy aro
so cheap that ho can buy half a dozen
pairs with his month's pay, which hi moro
than many young men who look down on
soldiers can do
Tho two bits of extravaganco aro tho
flnnnol shirts and tho blankets. Tho shirts
cost thirty-eight cents moro than tho
trousers, but thoy aro as good shirts as
can bo bought at any price, and thoy do
not Bhrlnk Into a woolly ball when thoy
aro washed Tho blankets aro sold for
$1.28. It Is cosy enough to go to almost
any dry poods shop and buy cheapor
blankots than the soldiers havo, but theso
blankotB aro wool and weigh six pounds.
Ono pair of them Is enough In cold
weathor, and they nro warmer than
soveral pairs of choap blankets. Tho
United States consldor tho health of their
soldiers, nnd though thoy economize on
tho cups and trousors, thoy supply tho
best uoolcn shirts and blankots.
Tliero aro various kinds of shoes that
sell from $1.70 to $3.01. Then there aro
heavy, stockings that soil for moro than
tho nlno conts that summer stockings
bring Tliero aro underclothes for solo
that aro of such a pood quality that tho
otDcora oftou wear them In proferenco to
tho underclothing that thoy can buy hi
tho usual way
Tho United States go further, and sup
ply all tho uoccssitlos of tho soldiers at
cost prices, and their cost rates aro fro
quontly lower than thoso a't which a pri
vato storekeeper could buy, as tho United
States buy In largo quantities and aro
suro pay It also tends to Increase a man
ufacturer's outsldo tnulo If ho gets largo
garment contracts, ami a big manufact
urer with a largo stock on hand can
atlord to sell to the United States at cost.
If ho sold at the same rato to prlvato
sellers thoy might cut retail rates, whllo
tho United States sell to nobody but
Whon a rocrult Is sworn In tho sergeant
takos him luto tho clothing room and fits
him up with a full outfit Tho cost of it
Is taken from bis pay. though at tho rates
at which thu government sells It docs not
tHko him lone to pay up No ono may
buy clothing In this way from tho covorn-
inent except soldiers, and it Is a crime for
uny clothing to Iki given or sold to anv
im else If the government woro to soil
to everybody at the same rato tho busi
ness of thu furalshlue cooda stores In tho'
neighborhood of recriutlag stations would!
Im ruined New York Sun. '
The SALEM MARKET
98 COURT 8TREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
tali and Salt Meats!
;And all kinds ol
S AUS AQK.
-The CLEANEST kept marketn the
city. Call and see for yourself.
KcCROW & WILLARD.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STHEET, - SALEM, OREGON.
3-AH kinds of fresh and cured meats
nlwaj-Non hand. Full weight nnd a squure
deal all around.
. K. DuBois. Joe Dubois
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From SI to $8 per day.
SALEM, - - OREO N.
A. EX STRANG,
No. 803 Commercial Street
SALEM, - - OREGOX.
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
-Aitent for tho RICHARDSON A
HOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnace. K-tubllshedlulSIS
w Live anil Let Live Paint Shop.
Slot'iilliiH9 In Yrrau Miiklni;.
Men and women who seriously tako up
tho baslueas of verse writing should, lit'
my opinion, declttru to themselves that'
thoy will write nothing but perfect'
rhymes Thoy may not be able to turn of!
iUKsl xetry, judged by the highest stand
mli, their vem amy halt now and then j
onlnglou defeotlNe ear. tiie metaphor)
they iih may lw hackney!, their rhetoric,
far fetched or milk and watery, their style
t poor, pa' Imitation of that particular,
master whom. In their readme, they havoj
ui.Mi lived with and loved All this m(
u. for nxinons. tmyond their power of'
Hut oao thing they ran do. and should1;
do always, namely, we to it that their'
hyiuss are not falro rhymes, or rhyinaa'
(or uie eye aioue. out true ear rliytuas,
tvtiiut) thtMM is au Hi'lual ngreemeut ami)
ouusottauee of sound Hardly any pot
uir alive Ii tncapabh' of knowing such a,
"liat wlaut he mnm it or. by the mind's
nr liwsrs It A ltoeui Is after all. and
'imutrlly, a musical pmducUou, hwtee.
i.i falling abort of its musical demands
iijurxs the powu by jiut no much, ami tho
rli uiw at tla Mtd of tbtt liu Is one of the
noNt dbnbiet and well known methods of
-.-urtur this deltd tuusle. Itlehard U
Htirton In The Wrllor
HUNTLY & McFERSON.
Kalsominers- Paoer Hangers and
All orders will reivlt prompt attention.
KKtlnmtoNoti all kind nt work In our line
oheerftilly given. sntl.fhctlnn Kimniuteed
Shop In Old Court lloiiho on Court Btreet,
,U JtWHW Car.
Tlw ORJQ1NAU AH1KT1N-.
Oi ITMEKT W oli' put up iu uuv
IWOlttUOW I III UUXUtt, HUll U av
uUatlultf cur for tul sow, bums,
wounda, Imihxm1 ItaHtW, ami all
ktn rM)U(Mn. Will HMlUVfl
i-uiw all kind at (tlkw. Ak Am tlw
OHIUINAL AUIKIMK OINT
UK?T. Uolt) by D. W. MhUW
U l u., IM State trvt, Haltwt, at J
;.ij jht box by uitdl 90 cvuU.
The HrtH ( Otoe Tomu
Of all t,li ttamlato unkempt lookla
pUuiM In tks world the kuburb of Capo
IWn w iwuaxi lltroiijih uudw th
iinduw of UHi wountiua U tb mut um
UfUtpt aial dMolau It U not tut m
pubW lda of tb town, aud w otM
live Wre who au ptMwibly avoid It. fw.
Okf Uuetor." aa Um .Vulo UhIuuu eaUwd,
it. blows tW ttronirMt. and th "CruM
Uoetor" aartMt U no iok
WVw It mnm Irooi no mm qutt
i know, for It U a pun! r local wind, aad,
It aiwiaa imm poMili'v Ui gt behind Iti
by gobajr '" uuM- to tho windward
mmm pl avr that It U brwl om tojri
4 Um monnUln and coma down loat,
tMMM Cape Town ttaair and uowbar Wi
TWt ar all aorta of qutr Utlnsafouie
om ott top of UUa tnonutaia. wtUMa, for
IswUttrn. Um eaWbrat! whiu Uhladotk
Otat kaaga ovr It vrbeMvw a MWtli
wtMar U at work. But wharaW H.
0MSM4 frost It W an unmistahabla raalttr.
as wt xm Warn, for It whirl barrow
loaM f jfravai in your fao. or apuw yW
arowwl UVo a toatotuas at taa trt cor'
KB! arr, ntstr Pnwpaet hill, 7 miles, by
HtrtHHl road, from ShImii, USaortw In culti
vation, lutlNtiee in tlinlwr. Well watered,
ipxwl IllUllimiwof Sroomti, nuHleratetiMrn,
well at the door ; all fenced and a thrifty
younic orolmnl. Thirteen aorw mhhIwI to
patur gni, and W acrw in craln. IMr
etuhwr tu hae lllwral terms to liantwt
1MUCK J-UXX), TIMK GIVEN.
Otate rialit to the fttrm nnd wie anteat's
J, P. ROBERTSON,
KiKUlrv)of Charloy HotMrt4tn, at
the Graugit Store
CIIBAI' FARil FOR SALE!
OREGON LAND C0IV1PANY
Has now for wile twenty-five 10-acre lots on the west side of tho river, from 3U im
oi aicm. xnese lots are nu niceiy suuaieu wnnin sisiit nf n,.
Capital City, and having a grand view of the know-capped peaks of the Cascade
The Soil is of the Very Best Quality
For tho production of FRUIT, and some of the lots nre already set out to trees thatnre
in .'nil bearing. One lot has several hundred PRUNK trees on it; another, alarea
number of the finest PI.UM trees; nnd others have CHERRY and APPLE trees on
All Lots Front on a. Road.
And I lie road lending to Salem is now being graveled, and will bo one of the FINFm'
DRIVES leading out of the city. itm
It Is generally conceded that investment in FRUIT LANDS at tho present time
oilers a better nurnncc of huge returns than nnv other form of investment. PHpm
now being paid for fruit In Salem by t ho Willamette Valley Fruit Company!
Insure, a( a Low Estimate, from $250 to $500 per Acre!
Tho closo proximity of .Mr. Wnllaco's mill farm of 150! ncrcs to these lots insures a
lTiilt Cannery, nnd thus a'convenient market, as soon as the trees are old enough to
Call on tho
Oregon Land Company,
!AT THEIR OFFICE IN THE';
Bank Block on Commercial Street
And they will SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY FREE OF CHARGE.
l'nlr will be
The SKtli Annual Mute
held on the Fair Grounds,
commencing on the
17th OF SEPTEMBER,
And continuing ono week.
CASH PREMIUMS to the
Amount of $15,000
Will bo awnrded for Agricultural, Mechan
ical and Stock exhibits, works of art and
fanrj work, nnd for trials of speed.
ftTho premiums ottered havo been In
creased in many cae, and new classes
have beeu added. No entry fee charged
in divisions J, K, L nnd Q.
A magnificent Hold of horses entered,
and there will bo splendid contests of run
ning and trotting each day.
Tho dlflerent transportation companies
will make liberal reductions in fares and
Special attention Is called to tho premi
ums ottered for county exhibits of grains,
Entries will be received In the secretary's
otllce In Salem, beginning six days before
the fair, and on the fair grounds from Fri
day before the fair. Persons desiring to
exhibit in divisions J, K. O.PandQnro
requested to make their entries on Fri
dav and Saturday beforothofalrlfpc-slble.
All entrh close on Monday, September
I7lh, Nl7:.i. in.
PRICES OF ADMISSION:
Coupon ticket for men (six days) $2 SO
CoiiHn ticket for women (six days)... 100
"j lu'hui jur nn;n. ...,, ... m
IViy ticket mr women 35
Ticket to tho grand stand nt race
track lor males over 12 yeora X
ladles to the grand stand tree.
riiOMe desiring to purchase booths will
apply to the secretary.
Sond to the secretary at Salem for a
premium list. J. T. GRKOQ,
Specialties in Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,"
Oregon Petit Prunes.
Imported German Prunes,
FOR SALE or RENT!
Willis & Chamberlain
niM fHxn 4
Call sm id start i
COUNTY. QKL.Y MAlJf
mil tan taut IN hh Ui Mthlvilkm:
mim turn m jrwww aMMi
Mte us OiMH I
rtftr . VlMwr A Frail rTmrMiu
luuaui culite. MsJom, Orofua.
Keeps a Hit kUtek of
Well watered and plenty ot timber. Two
atniMM and two burns. Good orcliard.
aiemtow and uo mtos plow land. Fifty
bul ofeattlawith tlte ntaoa If wanted, nJ
Jaajt-w wimtah to run It. Within live mile
of depot on the O. & f. R. R. A tmrgnln for
Eneuire at Office of Caoitar Journal.
Wall lr, Ildfrs and Cwim ! LEGAL BLANKS,
MBY MMIIES. EXIE WA8WS. gj, , ( M n
Ti) ThI Chests, itteipftc, Hjtk,
HSK WS, m4 M Vtot f VK.KH Eg.
udtor wUhJBue, CaU far ptiees fbr Joh
E. H. WAITE, Stkm, Or.
TfcqMt, iw wt mm i
Uow Bt tet. yicrrr and Sute.
JlCAVINO, HAIR CCmNu
Q Iwiimwwlwc MMly doa.
MWF. I BUMOXD,
cot n AU!T iTirw MiYrn :
"-'- . I ..
Mau tor tatBM.oJaUalam.te fact evmv X tJfclGl lfcjr Ol IVIUSIV
Utlnt ia that eaa b taooajbi ol.
Come and See for Yourselves
A ad dealer lall k'd ot Uuuicml Itulrx
menla. Uflkv. W OxnnwtTtel tnvt. Ia-truint-nt
autd ua (br taalaliuroi ptaa.
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