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has yielded to the Influences by
which he hns been surrounded. In
one thing, however, ho hns been
singularly nnd entirely consistent
his Inveterate and unrelenting hos
tility to the federal soldier of the
war of the rebellion.
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TUESDAY, OCT. 30, 1888.
Republican National Ticket
For Vlco President:
LEVI P. MORTON,
Of New York.
Fon Pkisidiintial Ei.ixrroits.
Robert McLean, of Kliimutli County.
Wm, Knpim.of Aliiltiiumali t'ounty.
C. W. Kullon, of Clatsop County.
, DVKllTIHKMKNTH UNDER THE
A IioikIm of WANTUI), FOR HALE,
FOR HUNT. FOUND, U)ST, etc.. of nil ae
coptabln nature, not to exceed tlireo linen,
will lie lien lor one week only ono ml. for
eaeli Individual. This does not Inclmlu
If niiHWFiH lull to come the tlrst time wo
liivltoiii iiiuiiy rciietltlonsasaro neeesiiiry
1o secure what. voundvci Use lor. Wo wlsli
the advert Im-ih In feel that they are not Im
posing on us by iiHliit; our lice columns.
TIlO ('AI'II'AI, .fOl'KNAI. Is Ibe meilliiiu
through which the Kenoral piibllo may al
ways hae llielr wiiiiIm hiippllrd.
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ters dlieeled to INITIALS ONLY nro not
dcllU'icd tluougli tint postolllcc. If Ini
tials are uscil l hoy should lie directed to
Ilia cure of sonic person, linn, or Hstollleo
Advcrtlsemenlscunbn left at our olllco
or sent through the mull lo
CAPITAL JOURNAL I'Ull. CO.
CoiiHlstenuy Is u Jewel possessed
by the few, and It Is very evident
that President Cleveland Is not ono
of those. Four years ago the battle
ery of the followers of the president
was, "Cleveland and reform." As
a reformer ono looks in vain for the
least manifestation of this eharao
terlstle. The elvll serviee laws were
lauded and endorsed by the best
eltl.eiiH In the land, and professedly
by the president himself, but hIuco
his Inauguration they have been
treated with contempt, and only en
forced Its provisions whim that prac
tice gave him the most gain. What
Ih "oll'enslvo partisanship" In the
republican Is commendable zeal in
the ditiuoerat. The federal onlelal
that contributed n small sum to the
mtceess of the republican causo com
mitted an unpardonable ollence
agidiiHt the civil service laws, but
the president commends the plan to
his democratic followers by chuck
ing into the campaign fund one-fifth
of a year's salary ; or by permitting
his " heads of bureaus" to demand
tlvo per cent, of the salaries of each
otllulal holding n commission under
him. J To certainly does not possess
ono jot of political consistency.
Ills friends understand perfectly
well that there Ih no such thing as
faithfulness in his nature, except to
hlsowii sclf-luterost, A Ufe-tlmoof
faithful service is to him nothing as
iuunmred with thopromlsoof future
ml vantage. In friendship and la
onmlty ho Is alike Inconsistent.
Forgetful of oervice, ho succumbs
romllly to the show of power. "What
ho would never grant to favor, ho
promptly yields to fear. Professing
to lwllove h Kteond term a thing of
jwrll to the nation, ho not only no-
6pt a ivuomluatiou, hut uses tho
power of his oillee to hocuro It. In
nil hlit life, hitherto, no ono has
found stHble ground for accusing
(Jruver Cleveland of oousUtenoy In
anything except tho pursuit of his
own MilMnterest and tho gnitlllen
tlon of hU own porwinal iWlras.
Even thuse who tltul oxbum) for his
nets admit their lneoiwUtoney, ami
only vir, In extemmtiou, that ho
"Free trade Is no doubt true In
theory but will not do In practice."
This saying of Our protectionists has
nftorded milch amusement to
theorists and scientific economists.
They exclaini, "as ifanythiug could
be all right III theory and and wrong
in practice," and make merry over
the ignorance of unstudied practical
men. Thus do our wise men often
make themselves ridiculous, ns did
the Greek astronomer who tumbled
in the ditch at his door-side while
gazing at the stars, regardless of his
The very nations that now Insist
on our attempting free trade
nre the very ones that forced us Into
common benso protection. -France
and England in their wars of 1705
1815 when our nation began her
splendid earcer and was ofl'ering
free trade to all the world, yes, when
wo were the first nation that had
ever ndopted free trade and were
extending our hands in the
spirit of amicable commerce (see
messages of Monroe and John
Qulncy Adams to congress ) to all
the states of the world, those two
nations closed our ports, blockaded
them and destroyed our trade and
held us under embargo by their
Milan Decree and Orders in Council
for years, and England later forced
us into war and into continued
blockades of our own ports. This
was a protective tariff with a ven
geance, and we were forced during
many long years to manufacture or
do without commodities save of our
own production. Our manufactures
originated under stern necessity and
they nourished as never before or
since, under this entire protection.
Our whole agriculture and manu
facturing system was perfectly ad
justed to the conditions thus im
posed upon us by ravening, cruel
war. Put, bless you, no sooner had
these two tigerish nations ceased
clawing at each others throats and
made peace, when they l.oan
to pour out tho products of their
long glutted markets upon us. They
had such vast quantities of clothing,
ammuuifion,armH, furniture, every
thing mado in cities, and such a
"plentiful lack" of country products
that they loaded ships with their
stud's and set oil" for America for
wool, grain, tobacco and other
necessities, of life. Our manufactures
were closed as by tho lint of fate.
Thousands of men who had patri
otically risked their all in doubtful,
dllllcult now enterprises here to
supply the needs of their suffering
fellows wore ruined. Down
wo must go. At tho same
time those foreigners put a big tax
on our products sent to their ports.
Finally John Qulncy Adams,
himself a most ultra free trader In
theory, (Just read his messaged to
congress) after expostulating and
making every ell'ort to havo fair
trade at least, came out In a message
and said, it would not do. Hero nre
his words, in his fourth annual
message, speaking of Greut Britain
ho wild: "She excludes all im
portation of tho great staplo
products of our Western states, pro
scribes bulkier lumber and live
stock of tho East nnd North refuses
even tho rlco of tho South
But tho cotton, Indispensable for
their looms, they recelvo almost
duty five, to weave It for our own
wear to tho destruction of our man
ufactures, which they tiro thus en
abled to under sell. Is tho self
protecting energy of this nation so
helpless that there exists no power
to counteract this'. Growers ofgralu
excluded from their ports, our ship
pers dismantle their ships, tho trade
of the North staguatesat its wharves
manufacturers starve at their Ioouib
while people pay tribute to foreign
Industry to bo clnd in foreign garb."
Hero then Is n free trader of freo
traders who had boon exerting nil
his very great pow'cr to introduce
free trade with all nations, and
who boasts in that very message
that wo imvo Ireo tnuio witn very
many states of tho 'world yet finally,
in utter disgust, abandoning It In
view of tho enormous evils It was
Indicting on the North, tho East
and tho West.
The possible results of the coming
electlou nre perhaps.more far-rcach-Ing
than Is generally supposed. The
republicans hold the setmto by a
very slender majority. The demo
cratic hope is that tho democrats
will not only succeed in electing
Cleveland, but that they will secure
a majority In both houses or con
gress. If the democrats can elect
the successor to Mr. Kenna hi West
Virginia and to Mr. McPherson In
New Jersey, and can elect Mr.
Thurman, they will have the cast
ing vote In the senate. The suc
cessor to Mr. Riddlelierger is already
elected, and he will take his seat in
the senate on March 4. With the
re-election of Mr. Kenna nnd Mr.
McPherson, therefore the two
parties in the senate would' be
equally divided and Mr. Thurnian
would have the casting vote. Tho
very earncbt nature of tho campaign
for the control of the legislatures in
the states of West Virginia and
New Jersey will consequently be
understood. They Involve the
possible control of the United States
senate for at least two years from
March 4, 1889. If the democrats
should obtain tho control of botl
houses an extra session soon after
inauguration would be probable.
For the democrats In that case vould
undoubtedly endeavor to pass the
Mills bill before the beginulugof the
next liscul year.
WM. N. LADUE. -Tilt.
JOHN MOIH, - -
- - President.
- - Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London nnd Hong Kong
bought nnd sold.
State. County nnd Cits-
- - . ..-
warmers uro coruinuy
Invited to deposit nnd trnnsnet business
with us. Liberal udvnnces mndo on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property at
reasonaoio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can be obtained nt the bank In
most reliable companies.
ESTABI.ISHKD BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY
... n 'iJT,a' n
SALEM, - - -
Paid up, - .-
The Oregon Land Company's ten
acre lotsare selling rapidly,4Q having
been sold since the 8th of Sept. There
is no probability that 10 acres of
good laud within four milesofSalem
will ever again bo oltereu lor 3U per
aero on easy terms. There aro now
live nouses In process of construction
on lots already sold nnd raids nre
being opened and bridges built so
that the value of all of the lots is
being rapidly enhanced. Any one
wishini' to linv tin ncrea nf food
land for much less thnu the price of
a city lot will no well to iook at tins
property at onco as there Is nodoubt
but that it will all bo sold Inside of
thirty days. Call nt tho ofllco of the
Oregon Land company on Com
mercial street and you will be shown
the property freo of charge.
- - $75,000
- - - 10,000
It. Sj. WALLACE, - - President.
V. W. MARTIN, - Vico-Prcsldcut.
.1. II. ALBERT, ... - Cushion
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, It. 8. Wnllace,
Dr. V. A.Cuslck. J., H. Albert.
T. MeF. Putton.
To farmers on wheat and other mnrket-
either In private granaries or
able produce, consigned or in store,
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rntes. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
Tho motto of California means, I
have found it. Only in that land of
sunshine, where the orange, lemon,
olive, tig and grape bloom and
ripen nnd nttnlu their highest perfec
tion in mid-winter are the the herbs
a ml gum foundthat aro used in that
pleasant remedy for all throat and,
Santa Ablo the ruler of coughs
asthma and consumption. Mr. D.
W. Mathews has been appointed
agent for this valunble remedy and
sells it under a guarantee at ln bot
tle. Three for 2.50.
Try CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE,
tho only guaranteed cure
for catarrh. $1, by mail $1.10.
An Absolute Cart.
The ORIGINAL ABIKTIN
UNTMENTIs only put up In I,,.-,
iwiMiunco lin boxes, aul is i.
iboolutu euro for old sores, liunis,
vuinds, chapped hands, aud al'
skin eruptions. Will positively
lire all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Sola byD. W. Matthews
A ( 'o., 100 State street, Salem, tt 25
'fiits per box by mall 80 centa.
Importers nnd Dealers In;
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsythc's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
DUllKEE'S RICE FLOUR, which cooks
up into a very delicate dish.
ANE OF THE
yments In tho State.
State. Lower rntes than
Portland. Largest stock Legal Blanks in
irlco list of Job printing, nnd catnloi
the State, u-d blggct discount. Send for
price list or joD printing, mm catnlogiu
legul blanks. E. M. WAITE.
Steam Printer, Snlcm, Oregon,
1SSS NEW RUCK WHEAT
FLOUR, gunnmtecd to bo
Fresh anil Piiro
Bvrkita Arilr 8lrt.
Tho beat salvo lu tho world fin
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, saltrhoum,
Tovor sorus, tetter, chapped hand-,
chilblains, corns, and nil skin urujh
tlons, and poaltlvy cure piles, or
no wy required. It la guaranteed
t glvu porfoct sathfaoUon, or mouey
refunded. Price 25 centa per box.
For talo V- Dr. jj. W. Cox.
201 Commercial St,
Work promptly douoat reasonable rates.
Orders lea at Cavitai, Jouhnai. olllco
will recelvo attention. O-ll-tf
Take Note of Tliln.
TpOH 82,500 WE WILL 8ELL 00 acres
X'well Improved enrden land, within 3
tulles of Salem. Good road to town tho
year around. Buildings good. FINE YOUNG
ORCHARD aud excellent gross land. This
Is abargnln.nnd will be held only n short
3 ngures. urn, una we win
LLIS A CHAMBERLIN,
time at these llicuros. Call, an
nun' juu i up pruneny,
Ojwra House, Salem, Or.
Admirers of Cleveland and Harrison, we believe In
We protect our customers from paying ruinous prices for their goods bvtin. .
, on a very smM profit, J reulnS t
Is our motto as every person is freo to trade with us nnd tnke ndvantaeo of ih,
low prices. We have tho most complete assortment of " lue
Hats ank Caps,
Boots and Snoes,;f - -
To be found In the city. "Buy ns yon vote" with your eyes open,
make you welcome nt the Opera House Corner.
Call, nnd wo will
The Capitol At
An excellent btock of
At prices extremely low. Kull stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
GOODS In all departments.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
LUNN & BROWN'S,
239 Corner State nnd Commerclul streets.
FALL SEASON OF 1
Speclnl attention is called to our splendid
display of fashionable garments
from tho well known
from us, being tho flnest line
ever placed before the public.
Each garment hns a label nt collar
band bearing tho manufacturer's name.
MESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is unusually large
and varied, representing
The Latest Novelties.
Agents for the now Slather patent
LACE KID GLOVE
iK. Ut ami SM 6v
MumervtHl St.. (Salem.
JJIXPHKSS WAGON, QUICK AND SAKE
1 delivery. Win. ltennle having bought
le express bunlneiM of Walter Lowe, Is
prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack,
ara, and any thins else that he can get tu
his waaon to any part of the oltv. niiToknr
Ai tuttt tm !) noM n !.( . .. tu '
w .-, '"Bi turns it ntii lw
done by any body eUe, Leavo orders at
THE BEST STOCK OE STOVES
EST THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WADE & GO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
Charter Oak Stoves,
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES.
Also a Complete Sfock of Hardware and Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriage
JOS. ALUKUT, Acnt, -
Co m p u n y ,
Fire uud ifa-fine.
a ma counties luu leen eMabtUbed etcht
anu w an ttxeedem udvertWIntr me-
Kor terui addras the publkuw
A FINK DUST AND MOUSE-PItOOF
. Organ, also a second hand Piano at a
bargain and on easy terms. Call on
308 Commerolal St., Salem. Or,
ir PROPHIUTpRS OF
THE CAPITOL COFFEE HOUSE
MwU. 30 eaU; board, W per week. No
AN FUHNISH MESQUITE OR A
mixture of Lincoln and iiequne in
lanre or small auantltles. For term ad
dress T. O. JORY.
lW-lm Salem. Or.
THR IIinlllffiT OA8H 1'RIl'K
ftir butter, aad poultry. Ako
,v a ftd store, 3M Coainierolal rtri.
-dIiH W. U YAT.