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BVKNIXn CAPITAL JOIJHXAL
EVEY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal PubfoMng Company.
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MARION COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
J. II. WAI.W), MImt.
T. T. OKKK, miffrtus.
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H, J.ATHAN, Wimllwrii.
Wm. AiiMnniosa. Huntii !.
II M. CHOIHAX, Kilrni
V. . ItAWXJUK. Silftu.
J. II. HTAIIH, lU.t H.Imu
A. U. (H)NHIT, AmnavlIlP
A. r. III.AOKKHIIV. ftllttltufi
A. II. UOIINKMl'ri. Mirlu
W. T. (HUM, HuMwrd.
I. W. YODKII, Hllrt.
MT. J. Ct'l.VKII. Ki.l Hultui
IiM. T. 0. IIYMNU. trumllwrii.
A llllll'NTI.BI UBMOUIIAT. ! TIIK PAIUHIN OK PISAM. 'wv-
Our 1(...ort."hIr, the Vlilotte, , ( J.v. IVin.o.ver hw pardonM
hunlmppy on account of tin- cor- 1'earl l'Kc, who roblnil Geo. Dick
motion of the republican party. He ! ciikhi of IiIb money aiirt vatcli, her
Httonded Mr. M1IK lecture on Hut- plunder amounting to $500, ami who
unlay evening, and w) Improved
wai eonvkted and eenteneed to the
-nln-iitlarvforonc year. Such an
...111. il.l C.,.ll.. j.rutnr'uHlllltlietlcal
picture of the ! and tlR'KU cxereiwof .viif!iik rower H to lie
hat he Iikh Umi u victim of iilKlit.ouitloiwl.viiM.il by the governor of n
nutre ever nlnec. AceordiiiK to our , tate, with whom It 1" loiigwi.
ilufiincmtfc cciiwr the rqiublicHiis of
MiilliioiiiHli are a rule or ruin irt.v
whleli "tleiH'iHln for Its ucceH al-ino-l
escliHlvely on it ability to
purchase voti-." Thli U a wime
wliHt confuliiK Htatement of fact,
beeau-e republleaii voters cannot
need pun-hahliiK to vote their own
rare it taken in our judicial system
to protect the unoHending from pun
i.ihment. A ix-rron ehurRed with
otleiiK' it alwaya presumed inno
cent until he is found guilty, und
any informality in the proce-x of
trial vitiate the proceeding and
ecuiewthe escape of the prisoner.
tlekct, and democratH we know are ! Hut, once in a while, a case of hurd
riioiiKniMi tin: tvnoi. iMiutir.
Wo are Indebted lo Senator Dulph
for a ixipy of hlx HH'eeh on the pio
jm)hI ruvlHlonof the In rill', dellveivd
March lUth. He nIiiiiiIh by I lie III
lorent of Ilic Amerliiiii lulxirer. and
ahowH by a convincing array of
authurltiiM the injury that hoiiIiI be
wrought tooiir miiterliil lulenvu by
any couxIdendiUi rcductidn of the
tax on Imported staple. IlelaltcH
up wool, IiiiiiIkt, fruit, Miigar, and
other product, and by a seller of
IlllliU'lliiil talilcM milker eleiir to the
miwonlug Miwtira,tliHt the larlll on
Midi conmiodltlcK bmught In from
abroad Ualretidy iihIiiwuh U coaxlM-
cut with our home IntercMH. The
uttontlou of our di'lcKittlon In eou
grew wan stirred up by .luhii Mlnlo,
who forwanliHi to mir tuo semitoix
anil wile rcpn'iitntlvc eopltw of the
ntxilutlou aied by tliuWool tlmw
ers' Association, setting forth their
Uillcf tlutt a modllleatlouof theduty
on iuiMiri(Hi wikii would iiiimm a
Mtrloiis ehtH'k on the Mhrcp nilHlug
liulu-lry of the state. He ivcelved
the following replies:
I'rom Senator Delph:
WANIIIMI'hl.N, I). ('., )
HKNAih CllAMliKIt, March A.
John Minixi, 1ni. -Mv IKmr
Bin I Min lnt In receipt or your favor
of the 1st livt., liicUwliiK iiwilutloiis
of the North I'kcIIIc Sluwp ItaiM'tx'
and Wool (lniMit' AswH'latlun.
I kball, within a fcw days, make a
pell In tin wiwte on the taritr.
afltt will lake iMHaHm in nail the
niKutloit. Youi tniL.
J. . Doi.i'ii.
MAir .Mitchell uHtixtbcrol'oH
Illy: W.VHIIIMllXI.N, I). (, I
Kkkaik Ciiamhiik, Marvh V. i
UlUM JilM -I Min lit nsvlpt t.Mlav
( .-oon. of Mmm'Ii '.', ciidiMiiK copv
at wHii(lih Mini rvwilutlmi. iiiihiiI
IIKM)y4U)tMt by the Nitrth I'aellle
l$lim ItixWfs' Mini Wistl lir,ctv'
AtMUMMltoll Ml IHIMmum, Oivgoii,
wUWh I Hill btliiK 1" I be attention
of tin wnalr.
Hliav I Ut xrolejim on the ub-
l of It iMrttt, the MUUblll Im
'it burn, Mild, m iil lue heard,
It imHitlMw to pWv wisil on tltc ftve
IM. It t m-artvly iM"r,v fir me
to mmuiv uu Mini Ih Hitie of (li
ttit iKiivm)t, ttiMt, An- oih, I will
MtH Oil uromwltkin to the tatter
itttd. I da not think tliMt the Mil I
all too moral and high-toned to le
Influenced by a money consideration.
TJie prhv lHild for votei- ranges
from V2.M to a driifk of whisky, ac
cording to the stringency of the
market; while some trusting souls,
who accept "bare promise" for cur
roni'v, give "the use of their fran
chise" without solid (or fluid) re
ward. Who are those venal voters'
who hold their Inestimable birth
right nl it lower price than a mean of
iHitlage? Our candid neighbor fur
nishes a icaily answer. "The class
referred to claimed to Iks democrats,"
he tells us, "but that was for the
purine only of putting It on the
sack.' " Putting what on the sack?
When our brother iilll cnterH the
confessional, lie must endeavor to bo
The Vldette editor thus continues
his JeremludH: "Willi the jsitent
money Inllueiiee there, It Is an utter
Impossibility for a democrat (virtu
oils soul) to win in an election." The
great Xaolfon said he had obliter
ated the word "luiMHslble" from
his dictionary. And the ardent
lover wrote lo his Dulcinea, "In
the bright lexicon of youth there is
iiostich word as 'fide.'" Our scru
pulous rolcm hastens to modify tills
lioiH'Iess admission. "I'liless," lie
adds, "he pays nunc for Miters, or
cl-c iiimUcm a combination with the
republican malingers to sacrifice In
cold blood the balance of his ticket."
I In, ha ! say you so? Where is the
man's conscience'.' Does he hold
the turltr of prices too high as given
iiIhivcV Would he have a man sell
his soul for a lower consideration
than a drink of whisky" How is
the Killllenl bummer lo live? Has
our uclghlsir no icgard for the policy
of protection to American Industry?
Funds in the democratic treas
ury do not scent to run high, so
outbidding Is not resorted to. "The
latleralleruatlve," we an- told, "Is
the chcaiH'st and Usually employed."
Then the democrats of Multno
mah, virtuously Indignant as tlicv
have a right to Im, are not too choice
to fomMiund n felony! Thc, will
re-orttothe i-acrlllclal process, and
till! r upon the altnr of Mammon a
Mirtlou of thulr champions to save
then!. As Jack KaUtalt'wiys, do
you call this hacking your friends?
What does our neighbor ciect to
gain by this npHii to public senti
ment? An old law iimxlui tells us,
"a man must have clean hands uu
goes Into court" ; but what elcuiill-
ius can K assumed for these trad
ing democrats of Multnomah?
The Vldette man may well be dr
couraged at this hiixlws. "This
state of tliliiK,"liec.plH.lHs,"lu m
we want to wv rootetl mrt." What
lankly Mirn'inler to the cold water
illoeiptex! Let tliein drive the little
end of their wisle, and rive in
IwhIh tx'th of I lipoid pMrllc!
hliln niav occur, wlicre a criminal
sentence has 1ks?ii imposed uipler
the strict letter of the law, to which
without detriment to the public in
terest. Is this pardon of the courte
zan alKive-nained of such a charac
ter? As a justification ofOov. Pciuioy
er's liiterfeieuce, we are told that
the robbery was committed at the
Instigation of her paramour, Hard
ing. One or two tender jurymen
also say they weie unduly Influenced
in agreeing in a verdict of guilty,
and only gave in at last under the
Itellef that a light sentence would bo
iuiiKised. In addition, petitions
were presented, asking the lovely
oli'ender'H pardon, (beauty In tears,)
signed by ersons of tender suscep
tibilities ; and then we have some
New Yorker presenting himself on
the scene, who pronounces our peni
tentiary no fit place for the punish
ment of a woman, and urging in
the uiime of humanity, Hint she be
These several reus wis are advanc
ed as having lullueuce with tile
governor for the pardon he has
granted the woman He lias shown
himself willing to stand liefore the
iKsiiileof Oregon and avow his dis
regard of the criminal law of the
state, and the court and Jury that
found her guilty and awarded pun
ishment. There was no doubt as
to her guilt, there was nothing to
extenuate the felony of which she
was convicted. It was mere .senti
ment against the execution of the
law, and the cause of Justice was
sacrificed. I f crime is to Ixj condon
ed In this wanton manner, and the
award of our courts set aside, why
docs the state keep in motion the
machinery of Justice? A convicted
criminal has but to arouse the sym
pathy of a few sentimentalists, and
resort to the Twecdlan mode of de
fense, "he done it," to stir up the
finding of our tender-hefted execu
tive, and the penitentiary, liifh
lacks attraction as a place of alssle,
will eloe Its dixirs against any more
inmates. Then should lie no un
just discrimination in this dispens
ing business. If the man or woniiiu
who commits grand larceny is
blameless, so is the jhtsou who bur
glarizes a store or sub lire to a build
ing. He may have lvn Kit on by
somebody else, and h ought not to
be deprhed of his InVrty for an
tiov. IVmioyer litis pUMnl liiuief
In an indefensible position, and he
cannot K lisi severely reproliated
for his m mk surrender to u brazen
nl Don r
WSI. X. I.ADCE. -Illl.
JOHN MOIH, - -
. . . enihlor.
Exchange on Portland, San Kwnrl-ico,
Now Yorii. Ixjndon and Hong KoiW
i..,,., und i.nlil. htate. County and . C itj
tomtits bought. Farmers tire ctirdlaliy
invited to deposit vnd tranMict business
...... i h.i n(tvni.ps made on
uhiiit.'w'onl, hops nnd other property at
1. 1.. .... Tm.iininr0 fill ntlTll SO-
reiiMmiiim hiiit. mnu u.. - --- .
Vuritj cim p obtained nt l no o.iiik hi
in.nt rollaiHt conipuuio.
J. D. McCully,
IS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
2411 COMMERCIAL STREET,
WM. BROWN & CO.
to IbeHiM'h.-s Hk pure and thu
htuims whleh Mr. Mills necnuis
ly isiiopwt,-. at thiVifiHirthstHi Imth
hIiIcb, mhI ri'taln for our ow it niree
and fo!bw lug simply the imuoers,
llllternt Mini erimliinUt IVrisk the
Our dcousTHtle friviul will fKd
MU imm. (Ii liouw, i m NlMiluM.v ! wiiw iy-nu-n,ve. lie hum rw-
- ' - - . ........1 aft. .. . ..... ... I ... I . . .
w"m ii mninii mm iik- n-iiii, i llH'Olis- l OMIIIHMtire- I MTV fc
WMIf II MU Is- IUip.Mll.if 1 (h
IMXKmMiI llt of the 4m lo wvurv
HA' twerwMt' of the turilf n wool. I
Tiik Oregoiiinii yiKtirday iiifoniis
its iMilei that Portia pleniletl tlio
wse f SnyliH'k. Who was halir
I'ake n that eeVhmted trlHl, mtmI wheiv
was Antonio's counsel the while?
1 his is a skoder on m letoiiR-d and
liKertottiiK ;i Jurist.
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S jH Q fKl S
H. J. MlJiTHOR-C -
II. t. COOK
C. B. MOOKBS
The Oregon Land Comp'ny
CAPITAL STOCK, $20,000
-ITrlMj lU'Y AND SELIi HEAL KS.
tnte. Is now renchltiR hundreds or
thousands of eastern people ly extensively
ndvertislns in nil of the. leading news
papers of the I'nltcd States. Their facfll.
ties for llnding buyers of real estate nro un
excelled. It I to the Interest of those ha.
in? real etnte to sell, to place it where
buyers come to buj .
B. S. COOK, Manager.
H. J. Mivtiiokn, Assktnnt.
Oflice: front room up stairs In the fejate
Insurance Company's building.
April 13 A 14, Friday and Saturday
1. OieconClt.v locks nnd woolen
mills. 2. Cyclorama of Battle of
Oettysburs. :!. Uattallon drill at
Vancouver by nrrnncements with
Col. Anderson. 4. Great scenery'
the Columbia river.
lAM'CrMCVTC. Concert on the steamer at
lUllStJlLUO. the Caf-cades nt 8 p. ni
April 13, by salenvs best talent.
HllUiw. each lady furnished
with cot in parlors for ladles;
gentlemen taue DianKeis ana
sleep in dining hall nnd genu'
parlor. 2. Seats for all who go.
3. Meals on steamer for all v ho
take no lunch, nlfco coltee.
1. Hound trip irom csaiem,
Si.'J). 2. Meals on steamer.
.Toe. S. Cjclorama, 50c.; pupils,
25c. I. No extra Jor sleeping nor
concert. Tickets nt Pntton's nnd
Starr's book store.
Mcsdames I'afvln, Adams,
llvnrs. Van Scoy.aud Misses
.Moores, Harrington nnd Dear
born, and Prof. Starr.
Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Lard, Dried Fruits, Etc.
Kor which the highest market price will be
faid. Farmers, our prices for groceries are
n variably low. nnd we think you will find
It to j our interest to consult us before you
dispose of your produce or lay in a stock ol
groceries. Don't forgeUthc place.
WINTERS & THOMAS,
Court street, -:- -: -:- Salem, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the County Court of the Stnteof Oregon,
for Marlon County.
In the matter of the estate ol Andrew
Notice Is hereby given that I have filed
my llnnl account, and that Monday, the
7th day of .May, 1888, at 10 a. m., has been
set for hearing objections to the same.
A good Iron frame Horse Power. Good
for all uses, from ono to full capacity. AH
for the low price of S. call at thoPaeltlc
Cider, inegnr Fnilt Preserving Com.
pany's oflice. Salem, Oregon.
dliei' ami Minis
CASH PAID FOK
Wool, Hides, Pells and Furs.
No. Sll ComiwrrlnlStns't,
SAIJC.U, - - OM'XiON.
In Ilt'lt'iw, Montana, tlio ch clcc-
IUhi inltwl hi a vli-tor.v Sir tlu
Miff TO. HAY.
I luJuitflkHi, 'iUm,tKlfUi tlui diln." i
I 'l'lh'IV l H IHkxl tlllU KHuJllv.
VB 1W lt- lIKrill nil niHll. I I ti.i i .-'..... "f .
rwlMuc l(. IiUJh: '"IIh1 iliiiMHfnti party,
rtHiMlcrWtlW ilw4.' ttaktil ki,
N0I1CE OF PAYMENT.
VHinw. hi4illa NvKrntul iwaln!
MtMltm nmM r,(iw. hj, ihf Imuum-
rw mnwvt mnwni 111 Mn-rtil inr-Htm Hh-
lyai.m.n. irav k muney on hmI tor
llw iHirisr. hu.1 uu runkrr luam iii
Uw( .prUM. Kv
I lfclilh 1.U.I blkUtaAthklt
JOHN II MtUIIKll ;IM4MloUit lm( tu K'ttiic Willi , f ifjirtx-, ml tw nirdMsr HUw.i WJ
JOM.N II. .MIUIIM.I. ,rf Uim.wUT. Ill tlH llMllll.of tlio '-. !-..
HiHMVuUiUv llfttmuii iWtioml ; iHMHtliiM." fWI tlntt UU MJrit ii-.-.T-iL5i9i.L.
kU MkMim WiWMt until tbr Uli Im run iIumii, hihI h tk a
Kt U-tvitM.MUm.. Juill vWw iif tliliup.. A yl ,
HIM' IUIKIII HOHV llllll Hft
Hon. J.4iit Mtuitv tttikiit, mul ll Uttlo tlial U mmkIiic.
,auiTv uiiiniviMKi', MH'nsiHrv, in
Carpels, Sk Mk.
UttKTiicWKX Th ntu(Miu Mo- Ih.U. KaiWM. iHtbH4MMl In :
tnUM Mtttrf ll fUrtUt-r tvtluWhiu MwmiUiIc niiuimto' hnkv, mh
Of Um taHtt iluiko mi i4, ami ,Uwx.x lug Un IWW iImhhv hmmW Uy
S!"JiU;&Trr r 'r ."trw-.fel LAI,J u MAINS!
TWUUkMU Klui-iu 0 unit w f lllk-H hUk iW, himI UU '
tM wirav' y UU HnUOmk IVv. mv iNtoliw. by tl vHly
IW Mi, Tnmm,
ktgtd Sdok ami Um IVkis!
.1. M. HovSenlwrg v: Co.,
White : Corner.
-u---h.!C ?I?I?ViVK i so ? ?-,-"s,'s
CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. O. G. T
hull, second door north of Post OlMce. G.
Jj.o. Knight, Hoc., II. S. Joitv.'W.C.T.
GEO. D. GOODHUE, WOOD DEALEU
otllco with Geo. V. Johnson, 235 Com
mercial street. All kinds of wood tor Rale.
Sawed to any length delred. Cash must
accompany all orders
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
OPERA HOUSE CORNER
'.? .i.?.?.KiLi VVV "i
er , .
Sir Panama Lawns, Warwick Ginghams, -a
ffd- Japanese Bunting, New Prints, -j
- WWte Dfts Goods, 300 Doz. New Stock Hosiery, -a
" 1000 Yards Lacw ad Embroideries. -a
ar ., .,
Gentlemen will R4nd Here
SarlSB,, ( ii Cnuw.j Drew SnIU,
Xfw JUmer Saiu, jj Prince Albert Suit,,
All orders wi 1 rei-ehc prompt attention.
rmrUfKO!lHU hinds of worli In our line
mZI" ly,?,'J??- lactlon guaranteed.
Salon O l House ou Court 8trcet'
Real Estate Agents
property no offering on reasonable term.
onni!tlpolltii? ot Insurance ngnlnst Are
THE UXHGBST STOCK OFNDERWRXH IN
Qpbr -:- House -:- Corner.
Produce Taken in Exchange.
M'ednesday Evening, April 4th.
GRAND -:- CONCERT
UNIVERSITY CHORaL CLUB
Conservatory of Music,
UiMiLiHook,lMi durable reri-
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