Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, September 04, 1888, Image 4

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KVBXIXO CAPITAL JflUKXAI.
TUESDAY, HE-IT.
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TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
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Oregon Hallway and Navigation
COMPANY."
Columbia River Route.'
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A. L. MAXWELL, . 1. AT. A.
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THE YAOUINA ROUTE.
IKON PACIFIC RAILROAD
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IWi iiiiil Snll Meals !
A Mil nil klmUul
SAUSAGE.
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CITY MEAT MARKET
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KBITIIIjICAX HATFOKM.
I)eclunitlon of Principles and Asser
tion of Popular
I'.iffltt.
Ttm Kopalilicani .l th Unrtwl Sittw.
aMdtllileit ly thtir HeleiwtM in Natrona!
coniiIifm, ute ou tin thahotd of their
pnoiliHd to honor His mriimry oi muir
Itrvtrpat loailiT, the immortal chmpiin
of hbtrty mid the rtijhta "I the ppopln
Aliilini IjiikioIiii Rint in civer also
wii'.i itail, ofiniii-li!'e remtnii.rame
ami Rra-ituilB tlm l.eroic iiame of later
leaflet. ho tiave mr.te tecently l-en
called away frni i ar counsHi (Jrnnl,
Marlicld, AtHir, L-fcui- an1 Cnklie
May their HvtoioTiat 0e faithfttlly olu r
ithed. , We alo recall ith oar viteWwt and
with iracr for Ina rtovi-ry the name i.l
one i. our living liroe$ v.hine inmnory
wilt he trearured in the t.itiurj both of
puliicti and of the It- jwlilu the
naino of ihnt noble jolilier himI laforite
on of victory, 1'hilip 11 blieit'tft'i.
In tliuiirit of thiKB groit leaiieri, ana
of our own devotion 'o human lilwfl), and
wi'h that liiwlilliv to all forma ! ileepi't
im mill upprewion which i the Innda.
militul Mica of tho KnptiMieuiJ party, v. e
unii fraternal cuiiuraiulaiiniiu to our lei
Id American nflirazil upon their jinat.
act ol uniHliLipation, Mtiiclicpinpl'cil the
aliolition ol slavery throughout the tuo
American coiitincnln. Wl eurntstly hope
that we may a'liinoonuriiiiilaic our fllow
cillronii of Inali hirth upon tho ikmulIiiI
recovery of homo mle for lreluml.
We nllirrn our unserving devotion tu
tliu Nilloiia Oonntilutlon and to Hid III
(IimoIuIiIu Union of the males : to the au
iiliimiy ri'WI'icil tho ttatea under the Con
stitution : to the pemomil Mollis anil nlier
He) of cuireiiH in all the Stale Jinl Teui
tonoa in lhu Union, and itapeuinlly to
the lUpreine ain: soveti'iii rij;lit uf
every lawlul cit ren, rich or poor,
natno or fuiei;n horn, white or black, to
r.i.t nnii freii Imllot u. ntihllC elections.
..ml ii. Imve that ballot duly co'intoil. We'
hold lhu flee and honeit popular bnllot,
nml the just ami etual rcpienentation of
all tho people, lo lie the Inundation of our
republican government, and demand ef
fective legislation to socum the integrity'
and purity r-f electioni, wiiioh are ihu
fountains of all public authority. We
charu thut the protent udmiiiiitratiiin
and tho Democratic majority in Contosa
owe their oxutenct to tliu supptcssioii of
the ballot by a criminal nullification ofthe
Cotiititu.tuii and las of tlm United
States.
Wo are tincomprnniimjly in favor ol
tlir American sj item of protection. Wo
protest aainm it iluitriictian proposed
ley tliu piuHiilcnt and Iiih part). Thev
stiiu the inteietts of Kuiopc; wo will
t'ppnrl the intrrenlH ol Aiuoricn We ac
cept lhu iuii and eoiiluleotlv nmieul to
the people lor iheir judmiieiit. The pro.
tectlio ujuuili inusi be liiaiuta lied. Its
nlwniloiiinciii has alw.iy been followed
by (."-neril disniter to nil interests, nxcipt
lluu ol tliu Usurer nml lhu sherlir. Wo
denouiicu the Mills lull u dcHtiuctive to
lhu Kumrul Ihimiubs, tho labor uml the
r.iimiui; Intel eU of tliu country, J ml we
heaitdy emlorni the onnoisient and
palmitic actions ol the liepublicuii Hup
reacntattc in Cuii;res m oppositij; ila
pasia)iu
Wo condemn the proposition of tho
I icmncratio party to place wool on the Irce
list, and nc instil tint the duties theieon
Imil be adjusted and maintained so a. to
furnish full and advipiato protection to
that industry.
The Jtepublican party would elleot a'l
needed lediictiuu ul the National revenue
by (upealinK thu tuxoton lob.icco, which
arc an annoyance and mlrdcn to agriculture,
apd the tax upon spirits used in the arts
ami for mechanical purpoea; and by hucIi
icvUlun of the tariff J will tend to check
Import of nidi aiticlo aa ant product d by
our prciplp, tho pMiliioimn ilf which ui
employincnt to our labor, and release Irmu
miHiitduttcs those article of I01ule.11 pro
ductiotl (except luxuries) the like of which
can not ne pioduced at home. If there
shall still remain n larttei icvenue that iH
reipiiiitc for the wants ol ihu governmeilt
wu favor lhu entire repeal ol internal
taxes rather than the ititrcmler of
iny part of our ptoteolivo system at
tho Joint behest of the whisky tiusta and
Ihu agents of f ireiRn manufacturers.
We declare our hostility to the introduc
tion Into this country' of (oreiK'i contract
Ulxir, and of Chinese labor, alum to our
cmlttatlnnaiid our Constitution, and we
demand the ritd enforcement of the ex
Istini; laws against it, and favor such iin
itKKllate ligislatinn ns will exclude such
lalvor from our ihoios.
We declare our opposition to all combin
ations uf capital uraixtud in u uttaur otlicl
wise., to ootitiul arbitrarily the condition
ol tlaje amoug ottrcititeos, and we com
mend tu Comiresi and to lhu Mute Legls
attires, in their rcspecttte jurisdiotious,
suuh lettitlatioii as will pievenl the execu
tion of all schema looppieu the peetilnliy
uiiiluechaiiies on their jupplim, 01 by un
just tate for the lianspoitatiou of their
products to market. u approve the le.
tsUlion by Conutssi to pievenl alike un
just burden and unfair di.critninatious be
tween the Sut.
We tffitin the policy ot prupriatiiiu
the ptiblio lands of the Uulleit Mate lo be
hotiiesteaiU fiw American eitiietis ami let
tiers, nt aliens, which the ltepubltasn
Mnv establnheil in lSi2, aatnit thu
jienttteut opposilln of the lkmociaU in
Congress, and which has brought ouritreat
Wrtiti dimuin into such inaKnthcenl
develoiHueiil. The iwUnstion ol uuru-
l Utul lirault to the psitdic dosuaui for
the u of actual settlrs, whioh was lliiii
umler the a.lmintsttalUm of rreldrt Ar
thur, tlinukl te OAiitinul, We deny that
t)ie lUwuciaWc wtty Has eier reatorsxl one
acre lo the (wopb!, but tleclaic that by the
joint aatioti of lepuUtcau au4 democrats,
about fifty miliums ol aorea of unearned
Isadi ufieiiwilly Ktauttsi fur the ooostiuc
I km of Miliixad base twetl reeioitsl to the
public ibwuain. in tvunuaocc of the covli
lloits insetted by the lepublican party lu
the oi4tl yul. We ctxrv the iletu
terivc aJminutialKMi with railuie to exe
cU Ihe laws eeutiij 1st settler title to
thir Uotlel, and with uM.g aHi
iUisons wade for that mrttot to Haras
utkMct wUbm with ! atxl pto4si.
ttosM utstier faUe prsssuee of expoauu;
frsiMlt and rtHslMtit? the Uw.
TVe iKnesoweel by Cotcrss uf the
I riiliortee U baaeJ pR neeslty only,
to law esssi la-t they sway le)te SUU
Mi the L'eioaMhefwe.wheaverthtesHi
stiliotM of tteMilalKia, MSttetial lesatsrve,
kMiUte tltttiioe atMt wfH)' t Hue
at to mosh suble Ueat nc-mnnut
Isserestt, Use pettfsU of tvsMss TernbxlsM
shaekl be pertmUs-J, a r;ht Hkhereat
L I JHI'J J tfHJBIJMMlJJJTgn3SlTrJBWlJUaMlIXUUi.l
them, to form for themfelvesa conslitntion
and State government, and k admitted
into the Union. r'endins' the preuarj-
ti.m f.r MatetHHMl, nil officers :hereof
should lie selected from tin: Ixma tide
lesi.lcms and citizens ol the Territory
whiteln (hey are to Wrvm SotilVi Djkr.tn
should uf ritfht Iw ltry)vedrHelr;fdtfil!rd
as a Statu in ine Union, under th c u
8'itutton frimml' and adopted hy the
people, and we heartily lntorae trisac'iou
uf the KcpubllfMii hetMt in twice
passing bills fjr her ttilmtion. The
ttfiunal of the Dmocra!tc llnu.e of
Kuprucuutivet, for utittnni purKnK', to
lavortthl) cunlilor there bills, is a willful
violation uf the soured American princ.plu
ofloril ff If p"vrrfi'4rnt. rliHJ tnt-rii 'l'i'
rumieioodimu of all just, ineu. i i.e
lienui; .j I ills tu the henats for tr i
enable tnu p. op.c uf Yaihinj(loii, N'mn
JJkota inil Montana Territories to tmm
coiKiiintious xhnuld be ii..1 witlnun f
uuuecetrary lula. The I'-pAiblicm pirt)
rili iltita itself loiin all itt it umer to f.t-
cihU'u the ailmiioii of the UruUiriLS of I
Aon- Alkxi'-o, )ouiilii, Idaliu at.d n
,,.,., i.. ,i.u n...vM.i ..f .-ii"-... .....,. ...
i."ii i j vii"iists iiii-airiviiiiir
as slntus. kucIi of then, as ?i now quail-
hed, n.,oi. ja Hsibiei and iheotKr u
soon a. the) may become o. '
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I ou lUltllb.i jn,ci .'I IFlU .tiuroinu
nhnrrl, in ii.., i..,riioni, ... . v.-,.in..i mi
tlitiiwm, is a metiace t" free inititutioiu
too dangerous i be loim sulfsred. '1Ikic -
(rue wupit.nKe iiu rbpuo.i.-.in i
propnate Uinl.itiiin a-crtim;
Mity 10 up
thu eov. i-
cu-nly of toe uailon in all terillums
wm.ru tliu hnine is questioned, and in
luirticraiii-u of that tud to pl:ce uAin the
siatun. hooks legislation 8ttltieiil cn.iul)
to divorce the politioal from thu ei-cleii-tical
power, and th.a iUiiiii out the
attuilllant wickct'lbess of polyalny.
Tho republican uarty m in favor of the
use of (null gold and silver as money, and
condemns I iiii (Kiliuy of the democratic
adiiiiiiistnttioii in its efforts to (Itiouiieum
silver.
We demand the reduction of letter
postage to I cent per ounce.
In a republic liko ours, where the
Clbztin is thesnveielKn and thu olliciul the
servant, ulicio no pjiwcr is exercised
except by (he will of the people, t is
important that the sovereign the people
shuuld poku85 intbllittence. The tree
cclionl i the promoter of that intellueiin;
which is lu pre-erie us n flee natinii;
thciefoto, the state or nation, or both
combined, should support free institutions
ot Itamini;, auliiciciit to nfi'ord tu even
child milium,' up hi the laud the oppor
tunity ol a i;uod uomiuoii school edu
cation.
Wu earnestly rocorrimenil that prompt
action be taken by Coiie,ro in thu en
actment 01 Mien legislation us will bet
si.rure the rehabililulion of our Aiih.-ik.ui
murchant marine, nml wu proteit a'jmvt
thu paiwago tiy Congress of is free ln'
I, ill, ad ailculatud to woik injustice t
laor by Imsuning the wiies of lliost
tnu.iged in preparing in.iiciinU, us well
a-, Uinae directly employed us our elii)
).irds. We dcm.Miil appiopriatiotit I'm I
the curly .ebuililiiig ol our iiiivy. for tin
ouisliuction ot coast fiirtitirattona uml
modern ordmnce, mid other appioied
modem ineniis of defense for tire protec
tion of our dcleuseloa haibors and
ciliea; lor the payment of just pensiuii
lo our soltllers; lor iiecos-.nr) works of
National importance in the improvement
of harbors utul the channels of internal
coastwise, and foreign commervu; fur the
uiicouiagi-mum oi thu shipping mteiests
of the Atlauiic, Gull and l'ucihu States, as
well an for the payment of the maturing
public debt. This policy will L'tve em
piuwiiiui lo our labor, activity to our va
rious industries, lucrease tbe security of
our country, promote trade, open new
and direct maikets for our produce, and
cheapen the cost ol transportation. We
iilln in tins lo be far butter for out country
than the democratic policy of loaning thu
governnunt money without interest to
"pet banks,"
1 lit luiiuu.'l of foreign allairs by the
present administration has been distin
guished by its luetticiency and its coward.
Ice. linvini; withdrawn from the Senate
all puuding treaties effected by republican
administration for the removal ul foiuii;u
burdens ami restrictions upon our com
uicroo and fnr its extension into better
markets, it has uuither eflccted nor pro
(toned any others in their stead. Profess
ing adherence lu thu Mouroe doctrine, it
ha seen with idle complacency the exten
sion uf foreign inlluence in Central
America, ami of foreign trade everywhere
among our neighbors. It has infused to
charier, sanction or encourage any Atnor.
lean organitatiuu for constructing the
Nicaiagua oanal, a work ot vital import
ance lu the maintenance of the Monroe
fdoutrtne, and ol our national inlluence la
Centra! and .South America, and neces.
sary for lhu development ol trada with
our Pacific territory, with South America
and with thu islands and further coasts ol
the raoitic Ocean.
We atraign the present democratic ad.
ministration for it woak and unpatriotic
treatment of the fisheries queatlou, and
itt pusillamuioui lurtemler of the essen
tial piisilege to which our fishing vessels
ate entitled in Cinadiau ports under the
treaty of 1S1S, the reciprocal maritime
IciiisUtmu of lSjO, and the comity of
nations, ami which Canadian fishing ves
sels rvcehc iu the ports of the United
State. We condemn the llicy of the
pietcnl administration and the democratic
majority to Congress toward our fisheries
as uuliieodly and eousptouously unpatri
otic, ami as tending to destroy a valuable
national industry, atid an indispensable
resource ol tletcute aeaiixt a furcicn
enemy.
The uame of Auicrioa applies alike to
all cituent ot the tetHiblic, and impose
upon all alike the tame obligations of
obediesKs) to the law. At the tamo time
that ottisemhip it and must Iw the pan.
oply and safeguard of him wbo wear It,
and plot MX him, whether high or tow,
itch or tor, iu hi tuvtt lights. It should
ami mutt afford him protection at home,
and follow ami protect him abroad in
whatever land be may be on a lawful
errand.
The west who abamloaed the lepsiblican
patty its iStL. sad eontinee to adhere lo
ike dtMtoeialM pally, have deterted tvot
twly the cause of tvooett goversHHeot, of
touml fioaace. of fieedosu aod polity of
Ihe ballet, bet sHpeetallr have deieited
(he etose of relorw in the visit tetvk.
We wsll tvv4 fail to Lee) owe pledge be
eattte they have hroVets ttveii', er heoaote
Ihesr oatvdsdale hat brsAea hit. We,
therr, lepoat oor decsarattoci of tSoVj,
lo-wMt "The tesoiM of the civil torriee,
toipsesosiilr ( etvdec the lessutvtWan
adHtis4iats' thesstd he coea pitted by
ihe fttrthor etteetttoti of the reeotw system
aWay aahed by kw, to tit the
- BtfPt' - g
grades ( tlie service to which it I applic
able. The spi-it and purme of the re
form should be ol serseil in nil executive
appointment, ami all laws at varianue
with the obj-ct of fxisttrv reform legisla
tion hould I epell, to ihe etwl that
the danger to lre- institutions which larks
ii the newer of fficial patronage may lie
wistlv a: J ifTixiivety av.dcl."
The cratittl',c ' th nalinii to the de
lenucrsil Hie umon cn iu oc muimni
,y lawf. The levttlat'on nf CnngreM
should conform t tho pledges made by a
l..yi! jieople, and be o unlaraed arid rx
tcn.te'! t" I ti asninr-t the oossibtbty
that anv nan who honorably wore ihn
fe Ural uniform shall bcuome the inmate
n( an almshouse, or dufiendent upon
private charity. In the J'res'-r,cc of an
. verfl iw.ili; irurv It isonl'J he a J'eblle
citidil t" do Its for lh.- whuso xa'.or.
ens stiiico prestrvwi the rfiivrrninctit.
We de, oin.ee the bo-lde spirit hown by
Premdert CteselT.d in bis uumbrois
itiocfcf in- ur. f .- JHilno relief. iul
the actti-n of the .J'm.r.inc hou-e of
ri"iPS8ntai:x"S l'i ii fu o i. even cim-iiv
i rr.itinn of cenerRl ieniii,iK leen-Ianon
I " . . . i
i 1" ui'l'"rl f l ,e l'",c,Plw he'."""';
' enunen.te.1 we miti- tho c-ooeratton ol
I patriotic men of all parties, and c-pecn.l;
.,1 nil vrrirkiinMin r. u'lil'e Iifrlsnelltvl. 18
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I serinnslv tlireaUned by the freo twle
Voitci' "f the prew-nta-liiiiiintiatimi.
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IU wriii'ui plants suut'11'ii.ii ; ".
Boutclle nf Maine, amt adojittd by, an
J almost unanimous yeie: 'l'he lirstjCtrt
j ccrn ot all L".od pivtrnment is the virtne
mid "ibriety uf the people and the punty
if the home. The republican party
cordially sympathizes with nil wiso ami
well diri-ctol efforts f.-r the protnntlun of
fmper.ilice uml mniuliiy.
TllO WKBIviW CAI'lTAb JbutNAIi
1 a yenr.
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MICKLTjAVKOUS.
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FIIIJ IT
OREGON
UKYER
JCHovolvlnB rncklfruniej
Is Simple of Construction,
AND
liASY OF" OPERATION,
Awnrded Urst piomlum nt tho Oregon
Ktuto Kulr lWl-'M-fsi-Vl-'-iT mul ut the Ciili
foriilii Hlnto Full-, INST, and Sin Jotiqulu
County l-'nir, Hs7.
Mmiiifiietured In al.xjslr.cw. I-'or clrculjir
nun price list muni1-
ir. s. joitv & sox,
1. O. Ho. i!80. Sulem,Orogon
11- Dryer I'urnncos furnished live hires
FRUIT WANTED"
IY THK
WILLMIE'ITE VALLEY FRUIT CO.
At thulrKnporotor
Apples,
PIuitis,
Prunes,
Pears,
At the Hkhest Market Price.
Knctory ucurtbo pncnger depot.
Tho flOyr.US'OUIDEU
issuod liu-ch and Sept.,
each year. It la an ency
clopedia of useful Infor
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries or the
uocoaaitioa of llfo. Wo
can oloihe you and furnish you with
all the nocostary and unnecessary
appliance to ride, walk, danco, sleep,
eat, flab, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at home, and iu various aiiea,
styles and quantities. Just figure, out
what la roqutrad to do all those thing;
COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair
estimate of the Talus of the 13UYEU3'
GUIDE, which will bo sent upon
receipt of 10 cents so pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-111 Miohlean Avenue, Chicago, 111.
GENERAL BIACKSMITHING
AXU
HORSESHOEING 1 1
All the tuivroved tiietlKHls of hoo4ng
stmplng sImsm, to mire dbeae of the fsxtt
anil ftir the s!ir rent hut of Mtilty Hettofl.con
IrwistUmiiHiliHteriVrtivg, ul. 1 ctvarutitee
mtHtUeikm In all oae. HerVr to any well
known iMirMHiiHii In Oresfoii.
JOHN KNIGHT, Tho Horseshoer,
30& OmtmeretHl strvet, Balem, Or.
A. 33. STRANG,
Mo. 3Je Csjtuiuerehsl Street.
bs-VLKM, OREGON.
-sia.vt.tm i.st-
STOVESandRANGES
11m flis j4 StMB r1t
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
a Specialty.
V
AjMti set
s-roSTttiM
tssoittST
tar Use R1CHAH1XOX A
HOYS."
PAXVK
mnktesss. Ka-
r.yf , .i.w.w.iiu.saimcgrxaegiaeessya
BOOTS
Leather . -1(1 Findings!
CASH PAID FOR
Wtiol, Hides, Felts and Furs.
Xo. 251 Commeiclal Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
rxBagirssEiFBirjrfftr&XBm
"WM. BR0VN"4 GO.
DEAIIllt IX
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nr- ,sasissr ' tt-
A- i f $j& ...si" 3 -tl
What is
ki .iuiisiiusssssssmisissssssiatsFisssieiiraiAHiiJa
Caatoria is Dr. Snml Pitoliter'a old, hnrmlcua and qnlolt euro for
Infants' anil Chlldron'rs- Complaints. Snporior to Castor Oil,
rarogorio op Narcotic Syrups.
lions of Mothers Moss Castorin.
Castorfa cures Colic, Constipation :
Sour Stomach, Dlarrhrpa, Eructation ;
Give healthy sleep ; also olds digestion ;
Without narcotic- stupefaction.
Tbk
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weekly -Capital Journal!
The Cheapest Newspaper in Oregon!.
r II E BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER
t
IN MARION COUNTY.
Read Our Reduced Terms!
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WEEKLY, ono year, $1.50. WEEKLY, six months, ?0-75
Now Read Our Discount for Gash t
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tUtiR old aetxiunU ana Jolutug the grand throng of ono dollar Bubscribdrrs,
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will remit at first opportunity. Thto will ensure your being placed oh tte
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Rut a eotld, penuaneut reduction. We have eome to "lay.
A'I siioas.
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Children cry for Costoria-
Mii-
"I recommend Castorla for children's
complaints, as superior to any prescription
known to me." II. A. ARcnin, M. D..
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.T,
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