I- I't I'F IK i m. wmt .t" r M m-,ri'majrMnji EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL TUESDAY, NOV. 0, 1888. Overland to California VIA Southern Pacific Company's Lines. THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE. Time between Salem and Sai Francisco- Tsirty-m noun. CAI.IFOICVIA r.II'KKSS TKAIW DAILY, REPUBLICAN' PLATFORM. South. 4JU p. in. 6iK) p. in. 7:10 a. m. TvT Lv. Ar. I'ortland Kulem Han I'run. ivortn. Ar. l.v. Lv. 10: W a. m. 8:30 a. :n. 0:30 p. in. OCAI. IVUSHKNOKIt TltAIN ( DAILY IX-CKITjaUMDAY). (MO a. in. 1:02 a. m. l.-sX) p. in. I.T. I.v. Ar. Portland Hulcm Kugcne Ar. J 3:45 p. in. IjV. f 1M2 p. m. I.T. l:00 n. m. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. TOURIST SLEEPING CARS, Kor accommodation of second clan pHss Beneem attached to exprens trains, Tho O. A C. IUIIroud forry makes con nection with nil tlio regular trains on the Krwt Hldo Division from foot ol F street, rortinnu. tYest Side Division, Between Portland and Corral lis: DAILY (BXCKHT HWMDAT). Tit) n. in. I Lv. Portland lfcZi p. m. I Ar. Corvallbi Ar. ( 6:16 p.m. hr. 1:30 p. in. M'MI.IHVILI.K BXl'HKSrt TRAIN (DAILY KXCKfT BUWDAY). ;uP.m. i&g) p. in. Lv. I'ortland XrT Ar.McMlnnvllloI.v. 8.X) a. in. 5:45 a. m. At Albany and Corvallls connect with trains of Oregon l'aclllo ltnllroud. Kor full Information regarding rates, mam, etc.. apply-to thu Company's ngont, Hsletn, Oregon. H. V. ItUOKKS, It, KOKHLKH, Ati8t. O. K. and 1'aos. Ag'U Manager. Oregon Railway and Navigation ICOMPANY. "Columbia River Route.' Trains for tliu east leave- I'ortland at 10:15 A in una - p in dully. Ticket to and from principal points In thu United Hiatus, Can aiUunil Km ope. ELEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS Kmlgrant HlccplngiiCurs rim througli:on oxpreHM tniliiH to OSIA1IA COUNCIL niiUFra und BT. PAUL Frw of Chnrgo and Without Change Connections at Portland fiirSnn Kron ;eleo;andilliget Sound points. Kor further purtlcularH lntilro of I. A. alnnnliig, agent of tlio cinnpany, 215 Oiiiiini'icliil street, Hiiluin, Oiegon, or A. I. Maxwell, O. P. A T. A., Portland, Oregon. A. L. MAXWELL O. P. AT. A. II HOLCOMB.iaonl.iManager. The Republicans ol the United Slates, assembled by their delegates in National convention, pause ou the theshold of iheir proceedings to honor the memory of their first great leader, the immortal champion of liberty and the rights of the people Abraham Lincoln; and to cover also with wreaths of imperishable remembrance and gratitude the heroic names of later leaders, who have more recently been called away from our councils Grant, Garfield, Arthur, Logan and Conkliug. May their memories bo faithfully cher ished. We also recall with our meeting and with prayer for his recovery th. name ol one of our living heroes whose memory will be treasured in the history coin oi Republicans and of the Republic the name of that noble soldier and favorite son of rictory, Philip II Sheiulan. In the spirit of those gret leaders, and of our own devotion to human liberty, and with that hostility to all forms of despot ism and oppression which is the funda mental idea .of the Republican party, we send fraternal congratulations to our fel low Americans of Brazil upon their great act ol emancipation, which completed the abolition of slavery throughout the two American continents. I We earnestly houe that we may soon congratulate our fellow citizens of Irish birth upon thu peaceful recovery of home ruin for Ireland. We affirm our unswerving devoliou to the National Constitution and to the in dissoluble Union of the states : to the au tonomy reserved tha states under the Con stitution : to the personal rights and liber ties of citizens in alt the States and Terri tories in the Union, and especially to tho supreme ami sovereign right uf every lawful cit'zen, rich or poor, native or foreign born, white or black, to cast one free ballot It. public elections, and to have that ballot duly counted. We hold tho freu and honest popular ballot, and the just and equal representation of all tha people, to be the foundation of our republican government, and demand ef fective legislation to secuti the integrity and purity of elections, which are the fountains of alt public authority. We charge that the present administration and the Democratic majority in Congress owe their existence to the suppression ol the ballot by a criminal nullilicitiun of the Constitution and laws of Hid United States. Wo are uncompromisingly in favor ol the American system of protection. We protest against its destruction proposed by the president and his pany. They serve the inteiests of Eurepe: wu will Bi'pport Iho interests of America. Wc ac cept tho issues and confidently appeal to1 the people lor their judgment, i he pro tective system must be iiiaiiita'ned, Its abandonment has always been filluvved by general disaster to all interests, except those of tho usurer and thu sheriff. Wo denounce the Mills lull an destructive to the guneral business, tho lain r nnd the farming interests of the cnunti, and wc heartily endorse tho consistent and patriotic actions of the Republican Rp resentatives in Congiess in opposing iia tween the States. We reaffirm the policy of appropriating the publin lands of the United States to be homesteads for American citizens and set tlers, not aliens, which the R;publican parly established in 1862, against the persistent opposition of the Democrats in Congress, and which has brought our great Western domain into such magnificent development. The restoration of unearn ed laud grants to the public domain for the use of actual settlers, which was begun under the administration of President Ar thur, should be continued. We deny that the democratic patty has ever restored one acre to the people, but declare 'bat by the joint action of republicans and democrats, about fifty millions 01 acres 01 unearned lands originally grauted lor the construc tion of railroads have been restored to the public domain, 111 pursuance of the condi tions inserted by the republican parly 111 the original grants. We charge the dem ocratic administiAtion with failure to exe cute the laws securing to settlers titles to their homesteads, and with using appro bations made for that purpose to harass innocent settlers with spies and prosecu tions under false prettnee of exposing frauds aud vindicating the law. The government by Congress of the Territories is based upon necessity only, well as for the payment of the maturing public debt. This policy will give em ployment to our labor, activity to onr va rious industries, lucrease the security of our country, promote trade, open new and direct markets for our produce, and cheapen the cost of transportation. We affirm this to be for better for our country than the democratic policy of loaning the government money without interest to "pet banks." The conduct of foreign affairs by the present administration has been distin guished by its inelliciency and Us coward ice. Having withdrawn from the Senate all pending treaties effected by republican administration for the removal of foreign burdens and restrictions upon our com. ineico and tor its extension into better markets, it has neither eflected nor pro posed auy others in their stead. Profess ing adherence to thu Monroe doctrine, it has seen with idle complacency the exten sion of foreign ndluenco 111 Central America, and of foreign trade everywhere amout! our neighbors. It has refused to charter, s'snution or encourage any Amer ican organization for constructing the Nicaragua canal, a woik ot vital import ance to the maintenance of the Monroe doctrine, and of our national influence in Central and South America, and neces BOOTS AND SHOES. fee 1 j Capital Joon, to the end that they may become States jary for the development ol trade with in thu Union; therefore, whenever the con- Lur Pacific territory, with South America ditions of population, material resources, an,i with the islands aud further coasts of public intelligence and morally are such the Pacific Ocean as to secure a staule lecal government therein, the people of such Territories should be permitted, as a riiht inherant ir them, to form for themselves a constitution and State government, aud be admitted imo wie union. reuuing inc prepara- .-... ,., r,..AU , .i k. tion for Statehood all officers .hereof 1 ' of .g.j. ,,, reciKoca, maritirae should be selected from the bona fide , .., , ',a,,, ,i, ,: r I IVIill'HVIUtl M U J ,-)l It tliU JW!laWT V nations, and which Canadian hshing ves sels receive 111 the ports of the United We arraign the present democratic ad ministration for its weak and unpatriotic treatment of thu fisheries question, and its pusillanimous surrender of the essen tial privileges to which our fishing vessels The Cheapest Newspaper in Oregon ! residents and citizen ot the Territory wherein they are to serve. South Dakota should of right bo immediately admitted as a State in the Union, under the con stitution framed and adopted by the people, and we heartily indorse the action of the Republican Senate in twice passing bills for her admission. The refusal of the Democratic House of Representatives, for paitisau purposes, tu favorably cousider these bills, s a willful violation of the sacred American principle oflocal Self-government, and merits the condemnation of all just men. The pending bills in the Senate for acts to enable the people of Washington, North Dakota and Montana Territories to form constitutions should be passed without unnecessary delay. The rpublican party pledges Itself to do all in its power to fa cilitate the admission of the territories of New Mexico, Wyomiug, Iduho and Ari zona to thu enjoyment of self Loieriitiunt as states, such of them as Jn- now quali- hed, as soon as possible, mid theotheis as soon as they may become so States. e condemn the policy of the piescnt administration and the democratic majority in Congress toward our fisheries as unlriendly and conspicuously unpatri otic, and as (ending to destroy a valuable national industry, and ai indispensable resource ol detcueu against a foreign enemy. The name of America applies alike to all citizens of the republic, and imposes upon ail alike the same obligations of obedience to the laws. At the same time that citizenship is and must be the pan oply and safeguard of him who wcara it, ami protect lorn, whether high or low, rich or voir, in his civil rights. It should him must afibi'l loin protection at home, and follow anil protect him abroad in whatever land lt may be on a lawful errand The m 1 who abiiidoiied the republican I any in 1SS4 .'"! continue to adhere to the oeinour.itio ptrii, have deserted not THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPBB IN J .MARION COUNTY. THE YA0UINA ROUTE. OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD And Oregon Development company's MU-atiiNhlp lino. 'ii' nillex shorter. 'JO bourn Uvw tune than by liny other route. Klrnt class through passenger and freight line from Portland und nil lHilnts In thu WU. lamettu vnlloy to and from Hun Francisco, TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Himdavs): l.rvo Albany ........ l;00 p M lirtuc-Ctirvnul Arrive Yiupilim t-Mivo Ynqnlim -Ijenvo Corvallls . Arrlvo Albany 1:10 PM . . KM I'M . - ti.l.l A M - - - ICh; A M 11:10 AM O. A O. trains connect at Albany ami Corvallls, Tim nlMivn tniuis t-onnect lit YAOUINA with thu Oregon Development Oo l.ino jfHteu'iisblps between iuuliui and Han KniuclHco. SMI.IXd PATHS. HTKMKILS, VllOM HAN rilAMClMCO Willamette Valley Nov. 12th, 4 p.m. Willamette Valley Nov. 21, lOiu 111. IfTKAMKIUi, ritOU YAUUINA. Willamette Valley Nov, 8th Willamette Valley Nov. 18th Willamette Valley Nov, JWtli This iiHiiany reserves the right to liangv vailing dates without notice. N. 11. 1-assengers from Portland mid nil Willamette Vnllev point onn make vkwo ooiinextlon with the trains of thu YAUUINA ItOiiTK nt Albany iirCorvullln, ud 11 destined to Hun KmuclKco, should arrange to arrive at Yaipilna the evening boforti datu of sailing. 1'aw.engfr ami freight Hairs ,wavs the lWNt. Hir Information apply to Meters 11U1.MAN A Po. Freight mid Ticket Aju-nWt aw mid atl Front st., l-orlland.Or, sw to .(!. IKHH'K, Ao't Hoii'l Krt. ,t I'uss.Agt., Oregon Pacific It. It. t., ., .. CirvulIls,Or. si - -iifinti m.i., jr. utii 1 rri; .v luu. Agt. Oregon Development Co., B01 Montgomery st.; Han Krmiclsro, Oil' passage. Wo condemn the propositi in of the Democratic party to place wool 011 the Iree list, and we insist that the duties thereon shall bo adjusted and maintained so a to furnish full and adequate protection to that industry. The Republican party would effect a'l needed reduction ot the N.itiouul revenue by repealing thu taxes on tobacco, wliuli are an annoyance and burd. 11 lo ni,ricultui , and the tax upon spirits ued in the arts and for mechanical purposes; aud b) such revision of the tarifT.is will lend to check imports of such atticlu.s as are prnducd by our people, thu production of which gives employment to our labor, and release irmii import duties those articles of loieijii pro- ductiun (except luxuiies) the like nf which can not be produced at hoim-. If tl t-ir shall still remain 11 largei revenue thai 1.1 requisite for the wants id the gnverimieul we favor tho entire rex al nf inlHm.il taxes rather than the suir-nder of nny part of our proiectuo sycteui at thu joint behest of the whisky tiusis and tho agents of nreign manulauiuiers. Wc declare our hostih' 10 tho iniroduu tion into this country of lorcun contract labor, and of Chinese labor, alien to our civilization and onr Coirtitution, and vw demand the rigid nfurceiiienr. of the ex isting laws against it, and f.ivor Mich im mediate legislation us will exclude such labor from our shoies. We declare our uppnsilinn In all eonibiii atlons of capital organized in trusts or ol' o wiso, to control arbitrarily toe conditn 11 of trade among ourci'izens, and wc 10m mend to Congress and to the Stite I. ,!-. attires, in their respective jiiiilu,,in.. such legislation as will proem Hie i tion of all schemes tooppie-.- the pe p'--.) undue charges on tliuir .mi, -pi , 01 m,. just rates for the lraii-.niv.ta 1011 f "i-ir products to market. W- n mv- . islatiou by Congress lo pn.. .".. i burdens and unfair '1 - Thu political powtr ol thu Moriouo , onlv 1 lie caue of honest government, of church in thu territories, as ixpetieiii-e.. in nunl hnincts, of iie'cimn aud purity 01 thu past, is a menace to free institutions 1 ihr: bullot, bur, e-.pi cmlly have deserted too dangeious lo be long sulT.-red, There-1 the cnue ol r. 1..101 in thu civil service, fore wu pledge (he republican pirt to np- We will 1...1 'ail o keep our pledges be proprlatu legislation asserting the our- i.iu-e they havd broken theirs', or because eighty of the na'inn in all iviiitoiii-s I ihnr candiduiM has broken his. We, where the same is questioned, and in ; theiefore, repeat our declaration of 1884, lurthcratiue ul lhat end ,11 ph.ee 11,100 tint to wu; "The icl-uin of the civil service, statute bonks legislation stringviit cuoush to divorce the political from the cuc!eiis tical power, and thus stump out the attendant wickedness of polygjiny. The republican party is in favor of the use nf both gold and silver n-. money, anil condemns thu policy of Mie d-inoratic administration 111 its tff rU to d'-inouetizj silver. Wu demand the icduciMii of letter postage to I cent i-i "jnc,.. In a republic tike out-, where 'he citizen is the sovereign ai 0 ihu 1 llici'il tlv servant, wheie in. power, is exercised except by .lit Ml I . the people, it 1 import ml tlu th- -ins. 1 1 i,ii the people - shouhi p -u.i.i intelligence. The free school i- ilie promoter of that intelligence which is to pieerve in a Iree nation; Iheielore, the state or ii.ii, on, or bo ll coiiiiiiucil, itlioii'd support tun iii-.iitu.li o of liamiiig, sutlicii nt to ..If ml to ev. i) child growing up in 'he ln.il u.e opjiir lunlty of a good common srho.it edu cation. Wu earnestly icconmieni! i 'n.it prompt nctlon be taken by Congress in inn en uctiuunt ul sucu legMuiinn : will be. I s.iurc the lalijbilitarioii ol our Ao.ciu-.ii iiicrch.ini nririnr, ainl w pi ,trst .igau - .hi- iis.ige i,y CoiKrms of a lri- sl.i I ll , as caicu ai.d to woii, ii.ju-.in-i: liour b les-eliilig toe w.o;es of tilo-i eiij.igcd in piepuring in.) en i s, as w'e'. a- iIiimu diri cti emp'i ved in cur hi inls We ileinai.il .i iiio, riiimiis mi toe canj .rl.ui.-.lo d uuii.i; I r It.. c iis'iuccion ot co.c.1 f itiln-.i mi . rfini uiiirn nMlifiiUi-. an mIici 'pioovni itio'lern loeuiu (it tie,. . ,e I r (. , uieo . . ! i.ur .ic'kl rtU-s lb n ami i..1 ; lor -lit ii... oi til, f jii-i , i i.saiii o. i.ur s'lloit t I ir ic'.-.ir i-oik- ! iSvi mil il l.i,iiriaii.'. in .he ! pn iiin-i i I ...tiHir-, aid iMi iiii.c.s nt iii.'it.Hi i- -t .!- I I am , n , n- ; t r it ausiiicinuslv ben mi under the republican jilriiii!tiutioi,' should be completed by thu further extension of the reform system alieady established by law, to all the grades of thu sen ice to which it is applic able. The spirit and purpose of the re form should be ob-erved in all executive appointments, and all laws at variance wiili thu object of existing reform legisla tion should be repealed, to the end that the danger to free institutions which lurks in the power' ol olhcial patronage may be wmely anil effectively avoided," The gratitude of thu nation to the de fenders of the union can not be measured by laws. The legislation of Congress should conform to ihe pledges made by a loyal eople, and be so enlarged and ex tended as to provide against the possibility that any man who honorably wore the federal uniform shall become the inmate of an almshouse, or dependent upon piivate charuy. In the presence of an I'verilotving ireaeur,' it would be a public siMtidal to do less for those whose valor- lies service preserved the government. We denounce the hostile spirit shown by I'lisideut Cleveland in his numerous irtoen of measures for pension relief, and the actfon of the democratic house of representatives in refusing even a consid eration ol general pension legislation. lu support of the principles herewith enunciated we invite the co-operation ol patriotic men of all parties, and especially of all workiugiiien whose prosperity is seriously tlneutened by the free trade po. icy of the present administration. Additional plank submitted by Mr. It 'titrlle of Miine, anil adopted by an a, most uuamnious vete: The first con cern of all coo I government is the virtue and sobtictv nf the people and the putity of th- home The republican party cniili-riv onipntiiizcH with all wise and well Ui eit-il effirsfor the promotion of '"iii. rai.i r ,. ii. r-'ilny. Read Our Reduced Terms! 1. SCHNEIDElt, UKAI.KK IM-. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. Stayton, Oukoon. Keeps on hiiuita large tissortineut of Jew. wry, Watches Clocks, etc, Itepnlrlng promptly ,,me Muj wurronted. I III gh u the lt Imrxatns In watolie of unv dealer -v ,i -..mmi-iiv vuuey. 7tujWII-w I i- st .!, ,.-i . i, , .,. . , , , I i 'Hi Ol i he i' 1 i o ir.' i A . I.' '4 CkssssssssssBnsI! ft "1 Sllc3sarTrHissiB- J&BmB&K3R7G$SGSwMH&&l ClO IIBBSSlBBBBBSSSSSS)m --SSSSSSSSSSS)T -THE BEST SPRIHG WAGONS, BUGGIES AND- RO.vA.ID CARTS HOWARD BUOTIIRKS -IK) Ctral House Moving, Riis'iDj and HvpiiriDg. Work promptly dout raonabltrate. (Hilera in t OAflTAL Jochkal ortlesj wUI rnxlv atltetliMi. V-ll-tf SSUIEKHB&Nit&&pf -THE BE8T- FARM WAGQH IN THE MARKET Send for Catalogue and Price List piSH Bros. Wagoh Go.,; WEEKLY, one year, $1.50. WEEKLY, six months,. --J0.75J Now Read Oar Discount for Cash I WEEKLY, ohelyear, $1.00. WEEKLY, six months, $0.50. WAR THERE EVER ANYTHING EOTJAL TO IT.? NOW ROLL IN THE NAJMES, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR ONE-HIRD OFF FOR CASH. RA.OINEU WIS. Our Old. 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