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EVENING CAPITAL jHliflftAI.
MONDAY, SKIT. 3, 18S8.
Overland to California
Southern Pacific Company's Lines.
TIlK MOUNT SHASTA UOl'Trl
Time between Salfm arnt San r'ranrlwo-Tlilrtj-sli
CAl.lKOItMA HXI'HHHHTHA I Jt
COO p. ill.
tSW p. in.
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PUIJiMAX Bl'FPBT SLIMS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
I'm ncciii'iiiiioiliilliin nf nemiid rliutn piow
DMUierti iitiiiehed to ti.tini'HH traliiH
fTieO. X V. lUillroMrt fi'rry iiiiikew eon
Biflloti with nil lliti n-Kiiliir tniliiM on tho
KhI Wild DMnlnil fioin fiMilul K Mreet,
West Side Division, Between Portland
UAII.Y (KXCKIT HttNllAT).
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latfil'.in. I Ar. CorvulIlK l.v. ):))j'. in,
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tm p. iii.
titt 1 1. III.
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Ar.Mu.Mlnnvlllnl.v. I fcl'iu. in,
At Allmny and (VirviilllH connect with
InilriH of Onudii rnelfle Itnllrouil.
Viir lull liifnriimllnii ii-KiirilliiK rntiw,
mH. '(' "PPly to thu Comiuiiiy m iiKvnt,
Jtali'lii.OM-ir'iM. K. l'. lillllKKS.
K. KOKIII.l'.lt, AhsI. O. V. mill I'iihu. Ak'I.
Oregon Railway and Navigation
Columbia River Route.'
rnilim fnrlliwiNl leuvorortliiinliit lftW
Cni mill '.' p in dully. TlekelH to mill Iniin
rrlnolNil iKilutn III tliti United Hluten, Cnn
CLEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS
Knilgnuil Hleiiplntr ISim run IhrotiKh, on
OApu-KH tnilnn to
llllll bT. l'AUX
Froi i Cliuro timl Without CIiiimkc
Itaniicct limit nt 1'ortliiiul for Hun I'rim
t'ltoomul 1'iiKut Hound points.
I'or further luirtlt'iiliirH Inquire of 1, A
xtamilns:, iiKt'iil of tliti iiiiiny
Viiiiiiii t'lnl at reel, Hnli'in, Oh'lmiii. or
u. r. .v t.
A. U Mii.wm'II,
A. I. MAXWELL, . 1"
II. HOLCOMB, (li'iil.s.MmiiiKor.
THE YAdUINA ROUTE.
HRRGON I'ACl; 1U1LR0AD
And Oregon Iieveloniuenl eoiiiiwiny's
tmiimhli) lino, aar iiillen shorter, ai Iioiith
InMltuui limn hy liny other mule, r'lrst
etna thnmuh imiwouijt'r mid frelKht lino
Mil lMrtltuid mid nil imiIiiIh In Ihu Willamette-vulley
to mid from hull r'nincUeo.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Kswnl Holidays):
Urnvti AlUmy l.KU I' M
Lmyp Cor stilt I: I'M
Anllc Ynililmi USUI' M
l.mrtr Yuiiillmi DjtAAM
IT Oirviillla Ub A M
Arrive AUmny 11:10AM
(i. A ( trulita (-onniH-t ill Allmny mid
TlviinboMilnillin miuiM'l lit YAQUINA
with tha Onvon lVvi'lojmu'iit W Line
jfrUiui,iiititM between itiiulnn uud Hmi
MrK-VMKILS, rilOM HAN rilANClNlX)
Willniiiittu Vnllny-......Ki'ptinlr I
WIIIiintt Vulley HoplenilKT la
Wllmnetl Vulley HepUMiitivr 'Jfi
HrKAMMUH, VltOU VAQHINA,
WllUtlilt'Ue Vnlley Heplemlier 7
Wllluinetle Viilley September 111
llil eimiHiny iwcruw the rmlit to
tUklstUnltllllK dutiM vltliont ivotltxv,
N. H.'-tVueiiKenirMin INirtlmid mid nil
Wlllumello Vitlley point mn innko eliM
(udUMitkin Mfllli tln tmllin of IhV
TAQIMN A lUiffi: it Allmny or(rwiltW.
hJ If iliotlmsl to Htin r'mnolMM, ahmitd
arniiik- to HrrlM nt Yimillim the evenliiK
fcHV dute of Mtlltnit,
rmcrr u4 (rrlrkt IUIN Al)i Ur
t-l, w imViriimtlon Hiiiuy to Jlit
m.'l..lAN A Oi.. FrvlKht mid TJtfkt
AxwiUt'jyinur.VMrrom i.. lWtUnd, ur.
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ISum. .Kl..Oivm IVi'irlolUH. IVi.,
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i. Alit. Oi(mo !KloiU(li(lt
li.,!l MiHiltmery m.;
The SALEM MARKET
M IXU'llT HTUKKT.
(WwMiiti (mi lun4 th tit qiMlity of
!. I'lJCVNIMT kM( ukmtlw
UM3UOW A WU4.AHU
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor,
WATKMTKKin. K.VtCM. UKKK.KIX
A1I Wtn44 uf Awk nu4 vuiwtt MU
0) tW IwimL full vt(bl ud tuaiv
I ftil aivuiiu.
Declaration or Principles and Asser
tion or Popular
Tho ItepiiMicani ol the Unitod Statei.
aBtemhleil by their delegate in National
convention, pue on the theihold of their
proceeding! to honor the inemoiy of their
flist ureal leader, the immortal champion
of liberty and the rights of the people
Ahmliam Linoolnj nl to cover alio
wilh wiealhs, Of impermhable remembiance
and Rratitude the hemic names ol later
leaders, who have mote recently hoen
called cwiiy from 'ur coiin-il 4Jrarit,
Girlield, Arthur, I'Kin and Conking.
May their memories be faithfully ohcr-iihed.
We also reciill with our gieetmu ana
with piayer for tils recovery the name ol
one of out living heroes wh.e memory
will l) ireasurcd in the lnviiry both of
Hepublieaiis and of the K-uublic the
name of that noble oldier mid favorite
son of victory, Philip II Shendaii.
Iti the spirit of those gro.t leader!, and
of ourovwi deviitioiito human libeitj, and
wiiti that (inutility to all furmn ol duape't
lm and opprcion which is the luud.v
miiilal nleaof tho Republican party, we
semi fraternal coiicratulatiiin b our fel
low Americana of llianl upon their rcnt
act (ll cmnncipatlon, which eomph'ed the
abolition of slavery throughout the two
American coiitincnta. We earnestly hope
that we may toon congratulate our fellow
citizens of Irish birth upon tho peaceful
recovery of homo rule for licland.
W'c allirm our unswerving' devotion to
tho National Constitution and to the in
dissoluble Union of thefStatcs t to tire nu
toiiomy reserved the btatea under Uie- Con
stitution ! to the ierional rights and btier
lie of citizens in all the States and Terri
tories in thu Union, anil unuecialiy to
tho suiiieiiie and sovereign riiilit of
every lawlul cit'zen, rich or poor,
nativo or foreign born, white or black, to
cait ono free ballot lr. public elections,
.ml I,, have that ballot duly counted. We
hold tho freo and honest popular ballot,
anil the just and equal representation of
all tho people, to be the foundation of our
republican government, antl '1-'""1 ef
fective legislation to secum the Integrity
and purity --f elections, wi.ich are the
fountains of all public authority. Wc
charge that the present administration
aud tho IJemocratio majority in Congiesi
owe their oxistclioi to thu suppression ol
the ballot by a criminal nullific-ition of the
Constitution and laws of the United
Wo are uncompromisingly in favor ol
the American system of protection. Wo
protest ngalnel its destruction proposed
by thu piesidcut and his p.irt. They
enu ihe inieiests of Kuiope; wo will
si'pport I lie iiitcicsta ol America, We ac
cept the issues and coiitulentlv nppeul to
the people lor iheir judgment. The pro
tective s)atcm must be maintained. Its
abendonuient has always been followed
b) general ilisnster to all interests, fxcipt
thosu of thu usurer nnd the shcntT. Wu
denounce the Mills lull as destructive to
thu general Iniuncns, tho labor and the
fanning iutereits of thu country, and we
heartily endorro the consistent and
patriotic actions ol the Republican Rep
resentatives in Congress in opposing its
Wu condemn the proposition of the
Deiuocratio party to place wool on the free
list, and we insist that the duties thereon
shall bo adjusted and maintained so as to
furnish full and adctiuatu protection to
The Republican parly would client a"t
needed rudiictiou of the National revenue
bv lupedling thu taxus on tobacco, which
re an anno) anco and buidsntnbgiicultiire,
and the tax upon spirits used in the arts
and for mechanical purposes; and by such
tevision of thu tnnlfus will tend to check
inipoiu of such articles as are produced b)
uur I'.opu, thu piuduot'iwii of which i.m
employment to our Isbor, and release from
iniK)it duties those articles of foieign pro
duutiuti (except luxuries) thu like of which
can not no pioduccd at home. If there
shall silt II leuiain is Isrgei leveutie that in
itxpiitite fot Ihe wants ot tho government
we favor tho entile repeal of internal
taxes rather than the surrender of
any part of uur protective s)stcm ai
the joint behest of the whitky trusts and
tho agents or firelgn manufacturers.
We declare our hostility to the Introduc
tion iuto this country of foreign contract
IjIkh, and of Chinese labor, alien to out
civiliistion and our Constitution, and we
demand Ihe rigid enforcement of the ex
isting laws agaiukl it, and favor such im
mediate legislation as will exclude such
IsUit from out shoies.
Wr declare our opiiositinn tn all enniMn
ations ol oapital orgatitiml in trusts or other
wise, (oouuiiol arbitrarily the condition
ol trada anieni: ourcituens, and wn com
mend to Congress am! to Ihe State Igis.
aturrs, m their respective juiUdiotlons,
such legislation as will pioent the rxecu
tionol all schemes tooppieu the peotilaby
undue charges on their supplies, or by un
just rates for Ihe ttanspoitalion or their
products to niaiket. Wa appiovn ike leg
islation by Congress to (ievenl alike un
just bmdiiaaitd unfair dicriiiiinatious bo
Iwmii the States,
Wc iBAlVirm the policy of appioprtating
lb publl lands of th Uuited State to be
homesteads for American oitiiens and set
tiers, not aliens, which the ltrpubliosn
patly wtaUiifkcAl in l84l, iftiail lha
penuient opHssltion of the Democrats in
Cvngn, arnl which has lirought our gre-at
iTfsvcm iHHoaiti iinu wn itis,iiincviii
develiipnisnt. The lestoration of unearn
ed Isitd grsu(s to live public domain for
tha usoofautual settlers, which Has begun
under the adininististleu of 1'rvsldet.t At
thur. sh6uUll oontlrtud. Wedruy that
U dtortl psity hascvr restorerl one
sere to the iwopte, but declare that by tho
jAMnt ajllou ot ftpuUtcaut and democrats.
aJKxst Wty nmiHOt AM tare or unearned
lands originally granted lor the construct
tiMi ivf isilnxads hsvs tieen rsstotrd to the
lwl4iadseiaui,M uurtsaasi c4th coudt
iisrsak tusrlxl by the upuUsean party in
the sHtisVal tisfits. Wetwrr ihedcm
porilc fultnfeistiMiftti wkKraikte to est.
ct tbt Uws tctursssu tajMstUrt idles to
lbs It bettMtttMds, aad with twin; apte-"
lutpMt wade hi tWst (mrivse to turtsa
mt4itt HUkrt with s4s and prMM
tsoHt uodsr aUe prttir eiposinc,
fruU aud vWdlffttNt tk kw.
TtK ISiMSHSHHtSSt Sty 0MSStM l tU
1 MtttoiH ts Usaetl uvo Mslty ossly,
to ttvt stJ ttsat lby itvar Wsmbc SUU
lo lit Usvi,llvrM,wkjvr ItVeeeo
dh(M of )MpUtto, msUiuU rtvteurces,
buUk iotllit;suc auj morally am such
them, to form for themselves a constitution
and Statu government, and be admitted
into the Union. Pending (he prepara
tion for Statehood, all officers .hereof
should be Delected from the bona fide
residents and citizens ot the Territory
whtrein they are to serve. South Dakota
should of nht be immediately admitted
as a State in the Union, under the con
stitution framed and adopted b) the
people, and we heartily indoite the action
of the Republican Senate in twice
passing bills f.ir her admission. The
retutal of thr Democratic House '(
Representatives, for partisan purposes, to
lavorauly consider incc bills, is a willful
violation of the sacred American principle
of local s f ".rnnicnt, aud menu ...i.
condemnation of all just men. '1 .ir
pending hills in ihe Senate for acts to
enable ihe people of Washington, Norrli
Dakotnand Montana Territories to form
ouuslitutions should be passed withuui
unnecessary delay. Therepublioan party
pledges itself to do all in ita power to fa
cilitate the admission of the territories of
New Mexico, Wyoming, Idaho and Ari
zona lo the enjoyment of telfgoverunieiit
ns states, such of them as rrp now quail-
lieu, as toon as possible, and the others as
soon as they may become so.
Tliu political power of the MormoD
church in thu leu dories, as experienced in
tho past, is a menace to free institutions
too dangerous to be long sulTered. There
fore wu pledge thu republican party to ap
propriate legislation asserting thu sover
eignty of ihe nation in all territories
wheru thu same is questioned, and in
luitheraiice ol that cud to plr.ee upon thu
statute books legislation atiiugeut enough
to divorce the political from the ecclesias
tical po,wer, and thus stamp out the
attendant wickedness of polygamy.
Thu lepublicau parly is in favor of the
use of both gold and niher as money, aud
condemns thu policy of thu democratic
administration in its efforts to demonetize
Wo demand the reduction of letter
postage to l cent per ounce
In a republic like ours, where 'he
citizen is the sovereign and the oiiicml the
servant, wheiu no power is exercised
excupt by the will ol the people, it is
important that the sovereign the people
should possess intelligence. The free
school is the promoter of that intelligence
which is to preserve us a free nation;
therefore, the state or nation, or both
combined, should support freo institutions
of learning, sulliciciu to afford to every
child growing up in the land the oppor
tunity of a good common school edu
cation. We earnestly recommend that prompt
action be taken by Congress ui the en
actment of such legislation as will bet
secure tho rehabilitation of our American
merchant marine, and we protest against
the passage by Congress of a free ship
bill, ns calculatud to work injustice n
labor by lessening the wages of those
engaged in picparing materials, as well
as those directly employed in our shi
yards. We demand appropriations fu
the curly .ebuilding of our navy; for the
construction of cousl fortifications aud
model ii ordnance, and oilier appio.cd
modern means of defense for the piotec
tiou of our defenseless harbors and
cities; lor tho payment of just pensions
to our soldiers; lor necessary works pf
National importance in the improvement
of harbors and the channels of internal
coastwise, and foreign commerce; for the
encouragement of tho shipping interests
of the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacino States, as
well as for the payment of the maturing
public debt. This policy will give em.
ployineut lo our labor, activity to uur va
rious industries, luorcase the security of
our cuuntiy, promote trade, open new
and direct markets for our produce, and
cheapen the cost of transportation. We
allirm tins lo be far better fur our country
than the democratic policy of loaning the
government money without interest to
1 lie coudu.'l of foreign allairs by thu
present, administration has been distin
guished by Us inclliciency and us coward
ice. Hiving withdrawn from the Senate
all peuding treaties effected by republican
administration lor trie removal ol loieigu
burdens and restrictions upon our com.
nicroo and for IU extension into better
markets, it has neither cflected nor pro
posed any others in their stead. Profess
ing adherence to the Monroe doctrine, it
has seen with idle complacency the exten
sion of foreign intlueuce m Central
Anmrica, aud of foreign trade everywhere
among our ncighlor. It has lefused to
charter, sanction or encourage any Amer-
urKauisauou iui vuusirucuug sne
-rades of the service to which it applic
able The suirit and purpose of the re
form should lie ol-served in all executive
appointments, and all laws at variance
with the object of esijtin reform legisla
tion should be real-d, to the end that
ihe danger to fret institution which lurks
in the poer "( ' miaI ltronage may be
witely and tffecmely avoided."
The uraiitude of ihe naliou to the de
fenders of the union cannot be meaured
by laws. The lewi-lation of Congress
should conform to the pledges made by a
Imal nenule. and he so enlarged and ex
tended as to pioiide against the oossibihty
that any man who honorably wore tho
le Icral uniform shall become the inmate
f an nlmlioue. or dependent upon
I nvate c'.ianty. In ;he presence of an
overflowing treasury i. wou'd be a puhlin
scandal to do less for 'Im-is whose valor
ous service pieserved the novernment.
Wc denounce the hostile spirit shown by
President Cleveland in hii numerous
vetoes of measures fr pen-ion relief, and
the action of the democrmic houe of
reurecntat!vi ii n fu-io,; even a consid
eration ol general pension legislation.
In suppott of the principles herewith
enunciated we invite the co npera'ion ol
patriotic men of all pirtiiv, and especially
ol ail Worl.iugnien who-e prosperity IS
scrious-ly threatened by Ihe free trade
policy of the present administration.
Additional plunk submittal by Mr.
Bouiellc of Maine, and adopted by an
almost iiuaninmus vete: The- first ecu
ccrn ot all eood goernment is Ihe virtue
nnd sobriety of the people nnd the puiity
of tho home. The republican party
cordially symp.Vhizes with all wise and
well directed efiorts fir the promotion of
t-jmperance and morality.
HOOTS A SHOES.
The Wkkkly Capital Journal
$1 u year.
Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OP OPERATION.
Awnrded tlmt premium ut the Oregon
Suite Kalr l(Ss-'8Ki-'Hil S'linil nt the Cull
foniiii State Fulr, 1SS7, i.nd Hnn Jouqulii
county uur, i.w.
Manufactured In sl.fizc. For circular
and price, list tidd.oss
II. S. J01JY & SON,
1. O. llox 28(3, Salam, Orefjorj
Nicaragua canal, a work ot vital import
ance to the maintenance of the Monroe
doctrine, and ol our national influence in
Ccnir.ll and Nont.. America, a.ol neces
sary for the development ol trade with
our Pacific territory, with South America
and with the islands aud further coasts of
the l'aoitic Ocean,
We airaigu the prcseul democratic ad
ministration for it weak and unpatriotic
treatment of the fishene questiou, and
its pusillanimous surrender of the ersen
Hal privileges to which our fishing vessels
arc entitled in Canadian ports under the
treaty of iSlS, tho rooipiocal maritime
Icuislatlou of 18 JO, and the county of
nations, and which Canadian fishing ves
sels receive lu the ports of the United
States. We coudeiun the policy of the
pie-sent administration and the democratic
majority In Congress toward our riiherie
as uiilrleodly aud couipiouously unpatri
otic, aud as tending to destroy a valuable
national industry, and aa indispeusable
resource ol ileteuse against foreign
The name of America applies alike lo
all citusnt of the republic, and imposes
upon all alike the same obligations of
obedience to the laws. At the same tim
that oitiienttnp la and must be the pan
oply and safeguard of him who wean it,
and pioteot him, whether high or low,
rich or por, la his writ rights. It should
and ruuit afford him protection at heme.
and follow and protect hiru abroad in
whatever land he mar be on a lawful
the men who abandoned the leBublkan
party in lSS-. aad oeotiaus to adhere ta
the diMWC-oiatw jvnty. tune deserted nt
only the ou of boatst coversmeel, of
KHisHl haasvets, ex lioMmti atxl purity of
the ballot, Ut esoecsally hare deseittd
ttte oaitse of Morsa m the civil service.
Wa will not (all to keep our pl! be
came (key Have brokee tstwrt', or beoase
lUwr MsvJtdal has brokett Kit. We,
UtertfiKt, lpat our drelarstie of lSeV.
lo-v.lt; "The reform of tke civil service,
avMtj4lr Wb Bdt tb rspaUsoaa
as t sie a MsWe ial irovsiwuml svlisiaHtistso wwm t eospite bj
ihsoxn. the ixtHsl vf such TernUMie i tke IwttMf xtessoo tbervforsu ayuesa
( sbtW U ptnwiited, at a niht wUrMt ' I siieady ulhfcd by Uw, to all tsve
4S-Dryer Kurniieeaftirnlslicd Ilvo sizes
WILLAMETTE VALLEY FRUIT CO.
At the Highest Market Price.
Factory near the passeugcr depot.
Ths 11 OY WU3' QTJIDB ia
lssujd Uirch and Sept.,
each year. It la an ency-c''-
-ia of useful Infor
mation for all who pur
ehaso the luxurlea or tha
ueoeaaitiea of life. Wo
ean olotbe you and furnish you with
all tho necessary and unnecessary
applianoes to ride, walk, danco, sleep,
eat, flan, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at horv ,nd In various aiiea,
atylea and Quantlea, Just flcure out
what ia required to do all these thln-s
COMFORTABLY, aid you ean make a fait
eatiruate of tho valuo of tho UiriTEKS'
QUIDS, which will bo sent upon
receipt of 10 cents m pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-114 Miohlxan Avenue, Chicago, HI
WM. BROWN L CO.
CASH lAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pells and Furs.
Ko.ZU Commcicln) Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cnatorta, la Dr. Stunl PltonWss old, harmless nnd qnlolc euro for
Infants' nnd Children's Complaints. Superior to Cnstor OH,
Pnregorio op Wnrootlo Syrnps. Children cry for Castoria. Mil
lions of Mothers bless Castorin.
Castorla cures Colic, Constipation ;
Sour Stomach, Diarrhaa, Eructation;
Gives healthy sleep ; also aids digestion ;
Without narcotic stupefaction.
"I recommend Castorla for children's
complaints, as superior to any prescription
known to mo." n. A. AncniR. JI. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Tn Csxtaub Coinuirr, T7 Murray St., KewTork.
Weekly Capital Journal!
The Cheapest Newspaper in Oregon!
THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER
IN MARION COUNTY.
Horseshoeing ! !
All the Improved methods of shoeing
shaping- stviyw, to cure dlseusee of the foot
and rXir tlwcornwlkmof fisulty aetkm.con
tmetlon and IntttrrVrins, u-l. I tuaranteo
uUAtctlon tn all case, ltefer to any well
known horseman In Orvgon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
906 ComiHerelal street, Solcxn, Or.
A. B. STRANG,
No, SOB LVmtMereU) street,
S.VLlr, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
sb. .SM KIiMIAKlVKJN &
UttMlMLNYtl FursuHWts. ate-
Read Our Reduced Terms!
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IN THE NAMES, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
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Now lit arrears are urged to tako adnntage of our big discount, by wt
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TO ONE AND ALL
We 8y, jwml us your name). If you want to take advantage of our "one
third oil for oaah," and are not vlwre you can got postal notes or otbar
eoHvwtlent met hoi onHult ting, wad us your name and state that you
will romlt at first opportunity. This will oosure your btilug placed on the
THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL OFFER,
But a sostd. paruuuveut reduotiou. We have oouie to May.