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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY,
CapilaljJourna! Publishing Company.
rare, Centr Cnrt ail Attlj Strctu,
TKRM8 OK HUIISCIUITION
Ono ycwr, by mall....... . to
Hlx months, Iiy mull . 2 CO
Direo month by mr.ll . 1 25
Per weuk delivered by currier..... . H
One year . . . .11 GO
Hlx months 78
'no year, If paid for In advance,.... 1 00
Ix months, ' M
-l'ost masters nru
authorised to re-
-evKntcrcd as second-class matter at tlie
Salcm.urrifon.i'ostonico. junezi, isw.
Republican National Ticket
Far Vlco l'rceirtcnt:
LEVf I MORTON,
Of New York.
K6ll I'llliSIDKNTIAt. El.KCTOltfl.
Robert Mcl.mii, of Klutnath County.
Wm, Knpiis,nf Multnomah County.
J. W. Million, of Clatsop Comity.
KItrDAY, SUl'T. 2H, 1888.
Tub Hiiguiio Rcirlatpr publishes n
dally during fulr wcok. A very
Tin: Milwaukee Kddlng Iimihcs
aro closed Ixh'iuiho ii iwm "Mowed
In" $100 of hit wife's money.
Tin: Capita i, Jouicnai. Ih uguin
under obligation to Senator Mitchell
for pnlillo (louiiiiicntH received.
may be deemed necessary to prevent
the entrance of yellow fever Into
This address Is most timely, and
should not be permitted to pass un
heeded. Tho state lies open to the
attack of yellow fever, especially
upon tho South, -where we have di
rect railroad communication with
states lying upon tho verge of the
Infected district, and every precau
tion should be taken to shut out
even the possibility of the pestilence
It is believed that yellow fever
cannot become epidemic In this
state, but at the same time we can
not afford to run any risks. The
state can better pay an army of
health Inspectors and quarantine
ofllcers, If necessary, to keep yellow
fever out, than to have to deal with a
single case of It within our borders.
There are mysteries about all such
diseases that science has never fath
omed, and the disease might become
epidemic In spite of all that is known
about it at tho present time. Pre
vention is worth more than all the
remedies which tho entire medical
faculty has Invented or can invent.
The Political Position m Seen
Many of Oar Exchange.
WHAT'S IK A NAMK.
The old democratic party, cut and
slashed In many a battle, beaten but
never subdued, defeated but never
discouraged, can look back through
the century marking the riso and
fall of all political organizations
that rose and grew and fronted It
Federalists and "Whigs and Know
Nothings and say: "They are all
dead I" General P. A. Collins'
John A. Hiiookh prayed for the
KiiveciM of the Houthurn confederacy
and lie is doing thosainuthlngnow.
Tin: Wichita Reucon has been
sued for $1 0,000 because It east re
llectloiiH upon the fair name of a
female milk peddler.
Tin: estimate Is that the present
eanipalgn will cost about $i!0,000,0(K)
and will probably make It necessary
for Mr. Cleveland to Ihsiio another
Itl'MOK has It that some Jacksou
llle parties have already ordered
an outllt for a now democrat lo paper
to bo Marled In ICugoiie. Wo doubt
its over materializing,
John h. Sullivan, tho famous
slugger, U very nick with tho chances
against his ever being any better.
Tho world has liven no better for his
Inilng and will not sutler at his tak
TiutTopolui Journal thinks (hat
"tlio worst etiso of bau taste ever
known In Kansas was tho ollVrlng
of a prize, to the handsomest woman
lairn In Cowley county, by the fair
Tin; cotton crop of Texas Is now
estimated, this year, In agricultural
reports at l.oOO.OOO linles, nnd with
favorable weather may reach l.WJ,
000 Imlc. Last year it amounted to
alsnit 1,1000,000 bales. Hesperian.
Wii understand that the rates
from this elty to points In tho Kast
via. tho Southern I'liollto railroad
are the wuno as through rates from
Sou Fronulsco to the same points.
That means husliuoss to those wish
lugto vlIt tlielrold homes or friends
In tlivKtutt. This Is n new dupnrtutv
that will make tho O. A C. (C. P.)
nud very popular.
Tjik Farmers of the northwest do
not relish the senseless assertions
made by the democratic press and
orators, that they aro niort;rnRcd to
death. They arc scuslblo men and
understand fully that these mort
gages represent not hard times, hut
accomodations made to enterprising
men by capitalists for the purpose of
developing the resources qf a new
country. They further understand
that had they not been able to se
cure money on mortgage, seven out
of ton of their number would have
been absolutely unable to build
houses and develop their land.
Under tho circumstances thoy feel
resontful at tlxi circulation of stories
calculated to Impair confidence In
their solvency, and If wo do not
mistake the Indications they will
cast their voteH against the party
which sees no other way to retain
Its hold on power than by attempt
ing to destroy conlldonce In a great
Industry, as tho dpmoerats have
sought t do in the present cum-
pulgn by picturing tho fanners of
the northwest as a ruined ulass,
unable to pay their debts. S. F.
From a private letter written by
mi eiithtislAstlo republican of In
diana, the Capital Joi'ii.v.u, istu
aitvd that Indiana will U solid for
Harrison In November. The writer
Mt.vs tlmt illtlod excitement wus
never greater, that old men, young
moil, big and little Iniys, women and
uull girls ull talk politic. Indiana
Is In earnest this lime und will ro
lk Uratral Vtnllvl.
The Orcgoulau enlarging upon the
Interview held in Monday's Joint
nal with a Polk county farmer,
"This Is the kind of talk ono hears
all over Oregon. Of course, there
aro some people who are never con
tented or happy any whore, but they
aro generally of tho class who
thinks the world ows thorn a living
and are around trying to collect the
debt without tho exercise of even
sutllclent energy to keep them In
"When one who Is acquainted
with tho general situation In the
east; the kllliipj heat of the sum
mers and the severe cold of the
winters; the stoims and eptdemlc-i,
the drouths and Hoods and the
drawbacks of other regions, and
then In-hold the well nigh perfec
tion of tho Pacific Northwest re
gion, as to climate, soil and resource,
ho thinks It a downright pity that
tolling, struggling and suffering
thousands, beyond the Hookies, do
not eonie to this land of plenty,
promise, comfort and opportunity.
Many will wine as rapidly as they
can, when they have Iveen Im
pressed ulth the advantage of the
A letter from an old soldier friend
in Missouri says that the republi
cans arc even threatening to carry
that old commonwealth this season.
It is a consummation devoutly to be
wished, but not hoped for. Eugene
Itobt. Conn, of this oity, is an
other of the long list who voted for
Gen. Ben Harrison's grandfather,
and will vote for Harrison and
Mortou In November. Ho voted for
the elder Harrison twice and will be
at the polls with six sons, each of
whom will vote for protection. Al
The New York correspondent of
the Boi-tn Herald (Cleveland organ)
is candid enough to admit that in
August Cleveland Stock fell an
average of 25 per cent, and now In
the third month of the campaign
"there are bets at only 80 to 100, and
some at even money In favor of
Cleveland, showing a marked de
cline in Cleveland quotations."
Tho Whatcom Iteveillo mnn says
he will send his paper free for one
year to any one in case Cleveland is
elected, tho person to whom the
paper is sent paying $2 if Harrison
be elected. The Walla Walla Union
makes the same oiler.
A "wealthy and eccentric" Wis
consin democrat, W. M. Carson,
proposes to "place $10,000 in the
hands of Gov. Busk to bo given to
disabled ex-Union soldiers in case a
committee of three, to bo composed
of two republican circuit judges and
ono republican justice of the su
premo court of Wisconsin, will say,
upon due consideration, that Cleve
land's last annual message is a free
Tills precious bit of Information
is gleaned from an exchange whose
veracity is often questioned but
never positively disputed: In an
Town town a republican club of
soventy-flvo girls Is a stunner. They
wear blue tlanuel skirts and white
blouses, and have vowed to remain
spinsters until Harrison is elected.
In the same town seventy-live young
men have sworn never to marry un
til Cleveland Is elected. Tho case
attracts lutenso hit irest on account
of its novelty.
The gold Ileitis of the Yueon are
now claimed by the Canadian au
thorities. It may require an inter
national commission or a retaliation
mossago from Cleveland to deter
mine where they are. Kucene
If Harrison and Morton are elect
cd, as they suroly will be, tho day of
tho solid South will lmvo passed
forever. North Dakota, South Da
kota, Washington and Montana
will bo brought Into the Union with
a suddenness that will make the
democrat head swim. In tho solid
Northwest lies the doom of the solid
South. Seattlo Post.
VitkMa'i AralM Battel.
The best calve ia the world foi
cuta, bruises, aorea, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter,-chapped hand,
chilblains, corns, and all akin erut
tions, and positively cures piles, oi
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or moiie
refunded. Price 26 cents per box.
For aale Dr. H. W. Cos.
The only cnaaranteed cure for
catarrh, cold in tho head, hay fever,
rose cold, catarrhal deafness and
sore eyes. Restores the sense of1 taste
and unpleasant breath, resulting
from catarrh. Easy and pleasant to
use. Follow directions and a cure is
warranted, by all druggists. Sepd
for circular to Abletine Medical
Company, Orovillo, Cal. Six
months' treatment for $1; sent by
maH, 1.10. For sale by D. W.
Matthews fc Co., 106 State St., Salem
A. J. Basey Is at all times ready
to attend orders to take intending
passengers to tho train or meet them
there and take them to any part of
the city. Also ready to attend all
calls night and day. tf.
R. If. Price, Salem pioneer hack
man, will wait on passengers to or
from the depot with promptness
and politeness. Leave, orders at
the White Corner where Ills slate
Proposals for Stationery.
Oi Kicfjor tiieSecretauy ohstate.1
Salkm, Or., Sept. 27th, 1SS8. f
Healed proposals will bo received at this
oillco until noon November 27th 1683, t
furnish the following articles for the state
GO reams lcal cup, U B, No. 8 ruling,
while laid, Carew, Charter Oak or Scotch
:!0 reiuim letter paper, 12 B. No. 8 ruling,
white laid, Carew, Charter oak or Scotch
' reams flrst-elnss Conprcs nole, 7 lb
packages. No. 8 ruling, white laid.
IS M No. 5 white envelopes, ")tt, No. 1 rag,
15 M No. 0 white envelopes, CO lb, No. 1
12 gran i railroad ste. 1 pear, Wo 14.
15 t,ross (llllott's Btcei iwdn, No. 4 1,
a (.ross KnMcrbrook "J" pens.
fi gross Kaber's pn holden, No. 1S70.
KUI7CI1 rower .MauumctuMn'r Co's. bar
ometer una unus backed inkstands.
12 dozen Ivory foldeis, 0 Inch, Htandard.
it dor.cn Ivory folders, 10 Inch, Congress.
10 dozen mucilage cupj, No. 8, Jlorgan'h
1 dozen mucllu'O utands, reservoir, No.
0, Morgan's patent.
11 renins larker's t-ensury blottin; paper,
HO lb, assorted color.
2grosi No. 2 Eagle Recorder lead pencils,
4 dozen Arnold's writing fluid qunrls.
2 doyen David A Sons writing fljld,
'J doren Sauiord's premium fluid, quarts.
1JX1O70I1 uupiex cap Hoard leuo. clips.
FALL, SEASON OF Iffi
Special attention Is called to our id1m,u
display of fashionable EnrminiS1114
jpFrrom the well knowil U
from us, being the finest line
ever placed before the public.
Each garment has a label at u
band bearing the manufacturer's naJS?
DRESS GOODS DEPARTS
Is unusually large
and varied, repre-t-entlng
The Latest Novelties.
Agents for the new Mather patent
LACE KID GLOVE
An excellent stock of
At prices extremely low. Full stock of
GOODS In all departments.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
LUNN & BROWN'S,
2!9 Corner Stnto and Commercial streets,
"Ibi. &piBBB& jd&l jrfT
HAcBjSbBlBBBBBBBBBW BBBBBBBWk &T
JL'ST MB IXSTAXCB.
YMIO.0 tV rKVMIt,
Our Mir bUte, GUIfornU, has
W-'eomo twmewlmt exrrel-ahl over tho
xuWJeot. of yellow fever. The
(lovornor Waterman hiu toldr
hI a oooiiminloaUon to the Plate
The rock quarry- nei Cotvlli, tpexri
nioia vlul)lo m It ! prwivfcted. The
roc nt iluvHivwy o( quartt Tla lunnlng
throiti the rvwk, which wi tpcklrd
with a nUtec which ol.etl like cM
t the inexpticncd ee. Indue.! one o'
the Hnr Ui iaj one of the quarti
to a pretHlnetit ami oiellted auxyor of
San KraneUeo fot auy. The teturn wai
Teelwl a few dijra ajv, and certified that
the qarti aiiajrcd a total of 1726.87 per
ton, without a trao of led ia it. Sine
the quart! (rem wtileh the above, auay
wax made waa teat lo Saa FraneUco
rook haa been touad in the ledge in whieh
toe Boia appeart U Mrett or ttieeti u
The rumor of one case of varioloid
in this elty heeoino distorted nnd
magnified Uko the varioloid In a few
Oregon voters deelaro that the
demoerats ean pull no free wool over
their eyes thlaellp. Some other cliji
Conteniperuneous repirta speak of
Columbus ait having been a sod and
sober man, while Vespuelus his ad
versttry for discovery honors was
Late dispatched state that the Im
mense slilptuetireat luistorn is to
lie broken to pleeed. Bhe U now at
Tniusntorv. This is tho largest shin
ever eonstruoted and yet it is never
referred to as a whaling vessel.
Don't Judge ft man by tho clothes
ho wean. God mado one the tail
or the other. Tho broadolothed,
stoveplped, kldgloved man may ben
rascttl, whllo the jHornian in slouch
ed hat and one shoe may be an edi
YeMorday evening while a Salem
mitoner was oarylug n quarter of
beef Into his shop front the wagon
he trod, uiwn an apple ihvI and was
preelpltateil to the sidewalk. A by
slander who sausage men fall be
fore reiuarkeil that "his butohonJiip
was trying to plaj'; in twef-ilat."
lteatlly, It it un-nutuml and not at
nil sharp to make sjtort of an accid
12 dozen rawer s rubber rulers. U Inch.
12d07cn steel erasers, Uosers" No. 18U0, 11.
a i'ozcii kteel eraxc.h, Hogers', No. 18149, E.
' 'loxea Kaber's No. . rubber bands, aj-
sortcd size .
1 cross Kaber's lead pencils, Nos. 2 and 3,
lOe.o .label lead pencils, round, gilt,
tl dozen Kabei's patent Ink nnd pencil
rubbei-eni e-s, small.
' ..MeOiirspatcpt paperf:'steners,No.2.
1' J MeUIU's (latent iiipe.'fa tene.s, No.-I.
18 dozen summed s.ub flic , No. 21, 11x15
In., "V) 1-RO-,
12 dozen table pads for paper, 10x24.
10 dozen waste paper basketo, crossbar,
20 fci hemp twine. No. 12.
At the hiir.ie time sepam.e bids will be
received forl2(ozon Wosicnholmconi;i-css
knives to bo desc. Ibed by t.ado Nos. Sam
ples to bo cxhlb'ted.
Illd should be marked "1'ropovals for
Stntlone.'y." Nono but bait quality of
The rlht to reject any or all bids Is re
served. All k'XHls to bo dellvored before January
1st, If U. lVy meiit to be made by at rant
on xtate treasury.
GEO. V. MrltUIDK
P-2T-td Secretary of Staie.
s and Shoes.
Clothing and Hats.
Real Eslafe Bargains.
$1,000 ...WO acre's, 0 miles from O A C de
pot, uooa tiouee. barn and
orchard. Fenced, and Kin cul
tivation. fJ,(XM. ..SO acivs, 4 miles from Salem.
(Jood road to town. Improve
ments nilr. Kino fruit laud.
I.S49Q Ri acres 2 miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
all fenced. Make a desirable
$2ftl.,....00 acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements trood. Kino young
orchard, and pardon laud.
4,ISU 1IM acres. 7 miles from Kalem.
HIU land, finely watered. Sell
In lots of 404icre tmctt. at tJ5 per
liou wo acres, s miles from Saleiiu
Excellent unum and fruit land.
a.tlnlHltii llll.. h.. 1
Will sellln tracts.
ll.STfii 61 acre. 4 allien of Salem. House,
am nuu urcunru. i Arre iprinir
-EVEU OKKERE1) IN-
General Merchandise !
Capitol Adventure Co.,
Oj)era House Corner, Salem.
THE BEST STOCK OE STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
IWwnl of Hwltll urgtUK tlMU to j thiek aa a ailrn dollar, and it la believed
1 ill? to bear every appliance that UatitwUl avaay way ap io the tttewavU.
Kaitero paeple at the itale (air wwe
aitalthtd 10 tee large, Mac apples fed
by the bttihel to ealle and awiae. Ore-
gen rabxe (rult aaocxh to tuppl; all oth.
cc Bceda. will eeoiixh l4"t lo (ed anisala
that arc feed of St. Portland Oregetiar,
at the door, (lood
plenty of timber.
13, 400......120 acres. Smile of Salem: good
read: well Impreved: atmun
running mrougn me place,
-.400 acres (4 mllea west side O A
V It H ) good house, barn and
orehard, 120 In cultlVHUon. bal
ance oak grub pasture land!
...10cr, I mile from Salem, ad
joining fair ground. Good land;
40 acre. S ruUea Haleni; all In
cultivation; no buildings; near
"j"""i .rouse r.xcriieni rruu
tl,OU0L ro acres, 6 miles from O Jk C It It
all fenced; well watered. House.
barn, and amaU orchara; ISO
aerea In cultivation.
U,W) S lot, with good house and barn.
Kt Salem. lVesIrable location.
We have bealdea this a Urn ll-t nt .jiv
and fitrm property, lluyen wmild do well
to ckll and examine our holdings before
VILUH A CHAMnKUUN,
. Opera Houe, Court M,
Take Note of Thla.
R. M. WADB & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
Charter Oak Stoves,
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES.
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware and Farm Machinery, Wagons and Catriagts
4bbbV aW WJaWNaV
linnroved nxdaav Uad. wUhln
mllea of fWlem. Ooo4 road to town the
ORCHARD and exeelteat gnu land. ThK
la a barealn. and will be heM oslr a abort
lime at lle ttgvHva. 1111, and we will
ahowytw tbe property
IIXJB A L-HAMHKHUN.
Opera Jloutfl, Haleu. Or.
FOR BARGAINS IN
CAN FURNISH MESQUITE OB A
mixture of Lincoln and Meaqclte in
Mrgcor small quantlUea. Kor tenaj ad
dreea T. O. JORY.
114-lm Ralem. Of.
A FINE LINE OF
9T!ANJA NVHITPNECY. J (.
182 Cetrt Stmt, Saba, Ortcee
lUMBbgbttlhrwludro( iu. MfS. M. B. Slllil'S, ElSl Silffi.
ebalr ttietory's atoek. we are prepared to -.
sell chairt lower t tan any Uouae in Orrguo Uartoa Ht, between Winter and Sumiaer.
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