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THURSDAY, MAltCH, 1, 1888-
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BH-UHMCAS W11CTVCEXt"bA1. C0ITIKE.
SviSriiwri In iun' Opi Houw, on Krl-
" DAVID StMlUOJ,
Tho Capital Jouhnai. 1h toicd
to-day In the lulorcHiHof tho republi
can party, HUceeecllnB the Oregon
Sentry. Right hero tlio bright
ImbllliinioiitH of neutrality mv lulu
uslilo forever nnd the good old
chumplonof prohibition goes down
to the nltioke tmd fury of political
war. ThetocHln has Hounded and
the ltnttlo hiH begun. In the van of
the eonlllct the Cai-itai. Jouknai,
M-lll Imj mcuii holding iiloft the ban
ner of true rupubllcaiilwii, nnd Jlght
liig for tho principles of tho noblest
mid grentOHt party the world ban
Tljo ttiiiuullcltu itrty 1m tho party
nf jirogrtt, the Jmrty that Hvoh In
tiMlrty, tho party that Ih for the
proteetlon of tho tailoring man, tho
party that Ih for a free ballot and a
full count. Twenty-eight yearn ago
thiM party planted Itself upon u
single guntliiuiut tho pronorvutlon
of the union. Around this eeutml
Idem tho ltt and bravost of the
nation rallied with unpreeedonted
enthUKluHiii. That erevd, simple,
pure and Htrong, become the wml of
tho party. It withstood the loud
alurer of battle and the storms of
revolution and carried Its defenders,
finally, up to the bright days of
victory. Vast bodies of 'men will
not cohuro unless there Is one great
purjHwv dwelling within to which
their allK'tlons are all centered.
j. Tlil luw been tho forto of tho
"" republican parly. They have oo-
euiilcd the vnutHgo ground of
tiMtrrtwi. They have it polloy, elear
mid ihWu.il im the sun whluh shines
In the Iicmv en nnd It ureed Is to Its
follower- n- ik ific (mbirstar to tho
On the other Imnil the Democmtlu
iwrty htw no went prluel)lo this Is
this Is Its niUfortuno. Tliey nev
wr had h crwsl anil have none today
uiHMt whleh they ean linnglogutlivr.
Their pttJiKwllloiis are all negntlviw.
Tlioy uritlelsti but never orlgnate.
"v doiiUKsnttlo jmrty has not made
tint In twenty years and never
O Ulanimrty without n soul
JJplhouhi central Idm. It pn
m what it dm not believe and
UflW what it daivuot profess.
nljmw hits withered jihhI jsili-
iw mm mui inueipi(is. jiuh
-- turn with loatlilnjf froinnll that it
W'w tuueliwl. ThesJiwdow of
th- world's proyreitt hits ndlu upon
It tutd to-dto It klu Hit itftti behind
tlwriMlilsvKOHr of lllvtury, ulmttvr
H Imitfunjjp no nwu knows.
I'tiHnUokHi lm fatteiwil upon the
til Ahh tt tlielr iiM,v uy even
4i sho on.ri'Mit.ui or am iuhos
toJfrii i.uMk-f.,oliriil. iwluiiiiiul
Mjf tin' il-i.'tiMJ rfiuhri . i' Uiudtw
n.Ht'rii, - vs uv Jouiinai.
H i i ih,i u niftle(ljr U re
Mirii. m u.
T 'tUM MHMttOU UiW Uil Mkwl
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i JMV U urn ipivpvMint,fM
Xiijtlwni Kfaul(c) be hw to nn-
LWSr Ut nUw uWMlN-iM, wet for
lWjpw will mt us out. The
I. JlH'KfcAI. WU1 MfUfefillt
" of tt rpuidiMW jrty,
iH4w wa It vrt' . ,.,
He 10. im.
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BBm " ' i k t i
nHLi " mv llftQp
,l - . , 1 WIDH8rBBAl
nroMietorsandtoaseiBi iu "f
. i mnlrlnO1
republican succ" an afipuroa eu
As a newspaper tho Capita
joUBKAi-wlllbe second to nona
. i ioarnnhlp. report. wUh a
ABWi umifti - ,;;...,..
complete .Bmmary.or -F"-
...HI Twn flin TlMWfl Ol Uiv """
& . . r 41a otnt
large. The lOoai now " "
wlllbcgtvenin concise and read
able shttpo and will at won i-
thoinorltofabsoiuto nuuiuW. -
market report corrected dally
from the most reliable sources
will oe ""
popular feature of the paper
with our country readers. Every
. i. ni,.iv.rwlllbe made as
pains-Uiking worK o.
...ii ,rw.r.r nnr reward in the
ve iii i,vv" . .,
n..h nrmlauso of an appreciative
public. Ours is a icgiuiiuiw
..nfnrnrise and wo have no intention
!i!..iknci n nua
M,,Arfnrinir with any newspaper
h..in.M already established, well
content with filling the field we
find open to us, with tho intention
of enlarging it ami maning m i"
i.i ...iMmiiUnlurlnirour neighbors
With charity to all, malice toward
none, commiseration for ino poo.
.!...! mlnoritv fiKhtlng woreo
than a forlorn hope, wo assume tho
editorial quill of the Cai-itai. Jouii
, .t. i.nnituf that our relations wltu
our readers may iw mutually pleas
ant and profitable ana timi wu nuvj'
w true republicanism triumphant,
marching on from conquest to con
quest. Yours Truly,
WlMi II. Pauuy,
MAIIIUN'H VICTOIUOUH HOST.
It Is already a patent fact that
rovelllo has been sounded all along
tho political ranks in Marion county
and that every soldier is expected to
in. I., iiim fnrii iloreo contest. Our
democratic brethren aro hungry;
tlmv see members of tho family
holding high seaU In tho state and
national svnaaouues. feeding upon
tin. fnt of tho land, and In tho bit
terness of long disappointment
caused by republican loyalty, repub
lican efficiency and republican
honesty In Marlon county, thoy cry
out, "Oh, Lord, why cannot we, loo,
irotii hand Into tho nubile money
six so close under our very eyes and
yet so far from our grasp while
iruarded bv those republican watch
doits!1' Do not for a moment mls-
tnkii the wild anxletv of tho demo-
cnitlowolf. lie Is In earnest; and
while ho grlnnlngly tells you ho
cannot oxis.H!t anything from a cor
ral so faithfully iruarded, yet ho
hopes ho will get It Just tho samo.
Ho law buoynnt expectations that
fuutloiiB and personal interests may
arise to dlvldotho republican cordon,
between tho breaks of whleh ho may
succeed lit Hiieaklmr his way; he
pmys that vhat may bo n failure by
this method may bo accomplished
through the oncouragomont ofsldo
Issuos, "independencies" and third
parties, whose followers aro to oo
taken almost entirely from tho re
publican unny, thus weakening Us
strength and leaving h many
broaches that Ingress will lie com
Is there any danger of such re
sult? Tho Cai'itai. Jouiinai. hopes
not, and believe the chances for such
nro donldedly remote. Thoro Is not
the slightest reason for any such
hapiwnlng. The republican jwrty
of the nation Is In tho best and saf
est condition it has boon slow 1872.
Thoro are no serious dlllbreneos bo
twoen Its dlfibrout factious; all are
unlteil upon tho groat principles
upon which (he party Is rook built,
and will adhere to them
through the triumphal march.
The party throughout the state of
Orugou isalMi In the lxt of shape;
thuro Is not the shadow of a doubt
that It will curry tho state In June
and November by (ho largest major
ities ever ulven here. Then whv
should the result Im tho least un
certain In old Marlon, the strong
hold of republloanlsmf It con only
be made so by the mistakes of
ropiiblluaus themsolvos. With a
good, upright, eoiupeteut, honest
iium tor uvory plaeo on the ticket;
with a nwuly strife for nomination
botweon eaiulldates. that strife to
end abexdutely at convention; with
the nomination or men whom ilit
aim shall bo the uleetiou of the
whole ttbkttl ami not thwnHolvos In-
UvhUwlly; with men who aro
. iown throughout the county und
i Iihw the eonrtdouee of (lie
iWkHiiltit with AHtMiinUttimiMiiliiilliii
rUiAHMlH every itwsliwt, and
Ilk MtaMhw wl Mini wi. Mui tuh
Wt M m MNh, fX M httotb
m& Wt tW rvwi 4MMumu
, im Capital Jouknal
m tmm Aw tk utow.
. un umtA tho words of
i-nose "" - Miin
Hon. J. T. Gregg ai wn 'r -
of the 16th aniltuose wuui... ...-
next day as reported in tho Sentry,
may have lightly thought thoy ore
but outbursts for the occasion, but
those who study them carefully can
eco they were the result of keen ob
servation. For prescnip". 1M. .--following
extract will Mnnaa
"Thev have disturwu w7
tries Investment In buiiuing, i"
mprovemonta, in nufacfurcSj
have been brought tp a Btontotui
n,l fifni?natlon has taken the place
of active prosperity, 'l "
lumber mil sinemu.-.---
UCltalCU over mo r"r" n,
When you take on iuo '"'j '""
scare the working man. He knows
Srn to free t&de m f
tlonof his wages to the Iel oj
European coun rles. C tajetand
a LV" .,rm0. and he Mil
viusavn uj .. " ;y ex
To illustrate that this was no
chimera of an enthusiast or a pessi
mist, but that is a reflection of the
condition of things throughout the
whole country, as viewed by tho
coolest heads and ablest thinkers,
we clip tho following, taken from
tho N. Y. Tribune of the 22nd, and
which is exactly in line with tho
words of Mr. Gregg, away herein
Salem six days befere:
What Is tho troubloin business
then? Simply this, that there- are
a great many other peonlo who do
bollove that Mr. Mills, Mr. Carlisle
and Mr. Cleveland can got a bill
passed. In that belief they defer
purchases. In consequence mills
and mines, factories and work-shons,
lack orders and have to stop. Irie
result Is a depression, losses of mil-
lions every momu io uuo ..
I ...l-,.ra mill lllllllllltO lOSS alSO
to tho people who will huvotobuy
wlien tno marKet mwuwuiu "
orders. That has been the exper
ience year after year ever since the
free-trade Democrats gained power.
They have agitated every winter
lnn nnnnrrli in (nst, tllO COUIltrV
many millions, and then have gone
uomo utsgraceu oy ineir iuiannv.i.
Don't you forgot it, farmers and
worklngmen, every day of dem
ocratic rulo 'Is costing you your
bread and butter.
Monday's fire demonstrated tho
fact that whllo Salem has as
active, energetic set of workers, as
ever extinguished a flame their
facilities aro sadly deficient and
should bo perfected as fast as a city
of Salem's proportions couiu go
about It, Thoy aro volunteers;
their efibrts are self sacrificing, tire
some and very danuerous at times,
so tho city should do all In Its power
to make their labors as light, quick
and effective as possible. They
have two good engines, but the task
is Immense to transport them great
distances bv hand power to scenes
of conllogatlon nud thon go through
the ordeal of tljihtlng the lire, sav
ing property, and so forth. There
kIiiiuM lui n mMvl toimi nf horses
mwuya ivuu) uv-bhiu it. uiBuiu iu
iiiko inorn mini's hl tno houiki oi liic i
alarm, thus causing no delay by the
non-arrival of tho men. Wo bolleve
the city can nflurd to purchase two
good teams and that tho tax-payers
would cheerfully pay their quola of
tho expense, feeling It was wisely
Somu of the astute demoonitlo
papers of tho state uro making the
"magnanimous" proposition that,
inasmuch as two out of three of tho
state supreme Judges aro now demo
crats, tho democratic party make no
nomination this year for thnt otllce.
lie it distinctly understood, the
republicans reject nil such overtures
with the scorn their effrontery
deserves. Wo can light under tho
banner of the Lord without fear
from tho opposition hosts, no matter
by whom led,
Tiiinton HiiiitAltn, as solid a re
publican as over walked on shoo
leather, has been appointed Central
Committeeman for Silvertou pro
duct, vice II. C. Guild, resigned, by
David lmpon, olmlrman of tho re
publican county eommlttio.
Thk selection of Ht. Louis aa the
place to hold the national democrat
ic convention was In perfect nxiOTd
with the gonend fltncM of things.
It fc a propor burial place for a dead
Tuky have gtit four now design
in New York for tho Grant mouu-
mont. All thy want now la about
f6W,49O.0O niont monj-1 carry Wt
uie uoHgn iue- may auopt.
A HOOM luw bean started ftir.lnlm
ontrawH in the t. Tho
Sterr, domeemtie hdmlntetrattou
org, sayu Jofan tbouhl set Ve &e I
inawtl turn cntiaot be letU
..-. innuf on mwiuu""
land can be called ft swindler ox
lanu cau "v . fleece the
actly, out ne mm " -
wool growers by W8 iato niws
Tua roWUS, of tho Oregon Hu
IUA irS-w 'thinks the chronic
Srankarda should be sent to the In
this county to make politics a con
THK Oregonlan now declares it
self for Grcsham.
Mm. Savago had been lit for some time
and licr death was not unexpected by
friends. Tlie funeral took place yesterday
at the residence and the remains were in
terred in Io Mission cemetery by the Bide
of her son, Thomas, who died about ten
?." S rJi? Secretary
C.' n." m::::Z: Treasurer
The OregonLand Comp'ny
CAPITAL STOCK, - - - ?20,000.
tTTILL BUY AND
SRT.I. ItEAL ES-
tnin Ta now rcachtne hunareas pi
i.nnnnrt nf eastern peonlo by extensively
ndvertlslne In all of the leading news
Sanlrs of the Un ted States. Their facill
Tics fornndlng buyers of rea estate are un
excelled It is to the Interest of those hav
fureal estate to sell, to place It where
bu"yCCOm0tObUyB. S.COOK, Manager.'
H. J. Mintiiokx, Assistant,
eninc: front room up stairs In the State
Insuranco Company's Tjulldlng.
nm. D. GOODHUE, WOOD DEAtEU,
VI offlco witn ueo. iv. jouubuu, . "...
merclal street.. All kinds of wood for Kale.
Sawed to any length desired. Cash must
accompany all orders.
A Multitude of People
Are dally Hocking to KELLER & SONS,
Tho Grocers, and making purchases from
their largo stock of goods. In teas and
coffees you can buy a fine article, whllo In
sugars you can get oxtra 0, cube, granu
lated, powdered or
We aro sure wo can please you In price,
quality and quantity. Convince yourself
by leaving a sample order. Nearly every
A FREIGHT TRAIN
Comes steaming Into Salem and has moro
or lens goods for us. We keep everything
In tho grocery, crockery" and glassware
Hue. When tho price of any urtlclo
Wn trlvo vaii Ihft hfinoflt. Our stock is now
complete. Wo lmo u room
llv fr whlph U flllori with new cnnriK
KELLER & SONS,
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Evaporated .Reaches, '
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
301, Commercial Btrcot.
Will have the Urgft boom thU
Millinery amlFiiDfii Goods
Bvr kaewn. I.ook wt tor our larro
Attention, Prohibitionists !
nWB PHpmBrnoN pkima
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.wliwUw pttrpeta 4f ctecUef
lo tbet eeusty eoo-KUoo, aal
ee b& iffurr.
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HhBiwJI'I fi h ii ii ill
249 COMMERCIAL STREET,
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WM. BROWN & CO,
" BHHHHHBnHHHHHBF B nff K
Finfas k ":
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pelts and Furs.
No. 231 CtommerclallStrpot,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
II CAPITOL mm COT
At t tie Op 6ra House Corner,
ARE DAILY RECEIVING
New Dress Goods,
And are Belling tho same,
OAT.T. A TVTT
Bring Your Families
Room for everybody, nud tho
ill take Chickens, Butter and Eggs on Accourfi A
- WM. N- LA.2HFt ' Vlcaire8ldont.
I)U. J. KEYNOLW, - . . 'cashlor-
jOII ' Mv
Ncw YOfR. '(auj' county and City
S."1. to hbimsH rrnd transactj --
r. ti, usT tendTher P5crV
LUeT iSmSm & such 80-
l"" - i nbtnlned at mo "' -
cuny- -,-- rmllniog.
imosi. n-iun .--
A FINE LINE OF
CLOTHING ! !
N ) A. H &
at their usual Low Price. I '
CT?v t to . I-VJ
and S Awhile !! 4
most obliglnBlerks la the city-