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BVBXIXH CAPITAL JOLTiXAL
JTHK LITTLE (HANTS SOPHISTRY
EVERY EVENIN6 EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal P-WiWg Company.
OMm, 112 Owirt Slffft. tr ll- Mv.
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( VBHKl-r 1
lltiw-tt re -utlvirUwil tii r
3AdverUl!MC nrt n ppHln '"'
it'll.!, II. I'AIIKV.
For Htatf HMiator, A. V. Luchh, of
Monmouth, (a liruiitlwl republi
can wImi liiw been Wing for lie
iH-H!rd seind-el matter at III"
rftii.Orofl, VmUMWe, March . I
VuiiSDAY, APRIL, 3, 1888.
Wiltoiwlta Miiolml Huclety CnTt -
MARION COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
J. II. WALDO, Ul-y.
T. T. (IrlHIl, WltHton
J. Q. W1LH0K, HIhb
F. LAVMAN, ttWIIwrn
WH. AIIMBMONO, Huiilti fS1ew.
a SI. CIWIHAN, HtlMti
1'. J. JIAWSOOK. B.leio.
J. II, HTAII". H-i Hl
A. 0. CONDIT, Aumivtlle
A. r. llliiOKKHIIY. HlUrtloii
A. 11. COHNKMIW, Mirlon
W. T MUM, llublufJ.
1). W. YOIIHII, HIItmIoii
u mi ton,
W. J, OUI.VHII, Ktot HtlHli.
Dm. T. 0. IIYLA.MI, WooUliiirn.
Tho Hllvvrioii AikmI of Iitwl rjt-
MnlUy IXUltlllllK III!' fdllOW IIIR polltl-
The Hlill-.MIliln howl Iiiih tiled
l(.wn In it low M)lj1iliii! wail which
will wmiii elili nut lit t lit little end of
nothing. Mliito U "ImW (if this
ciiiintv, mill tlic rt'iiulillniiiM might
iim well git l'il t "
TIiIh imiy U'Hiiiiirt.luit It Ih venom
(iuh mid uiijuxt. TIkw who wit
iimhm1 t lie priHiiilhigHiif the ruuiity
iiiuvi'iitlim IikIiI In thin city IiihI
Tliiitxluy, were struck with the fulr
nchnthat uuirUcil the whole liuliif,
anil (he aliM'iuv of illctat lull frniil
jiny of llu tlt'lcgate. We HKilin of It
at llii time a a cieilltnlilii gathering
of miiiililliiuiH, anil tho ticket they
put up Ih approved liy every liontwt
nieiiilier of the uirty. An cntcemeil
ixirnwiMiiiileiit In Hllvertmi thuex
prtMM hi dliippiiiviil of the hIhixu
The hirK'tiirv U uiichIIciI fur, lie
writ), hiuI merit the eoiulciniMtltiu
of the rertlliiiHli plVMiif Ihecolllitv.
i wit a flow iilwtirver of the repulill-
ot.ll tiitnitx niieiilliiii at Salem.
Hlld found the kuiiio liutile up of the
Ixutt nfliU'li; It U tlii'rfc-Ht IiimiII
loolmtKiMni thtmi tlmt Mr. Mlnto
itTMiiv tlier limn illetHttsI a loUlii
tlu ilikrt to Hit- (Minveiitloii. I
foiled low t herein Mr. Ml.ito hud
anyihliiK to do with nominating a
lenUUtiv.' ticket, and he ukh no
ih nHinUWc for Mr. CrolHtuV
iKHlilitatJtin iliHert' theothen. of
.th Ut Wiin-nt In the Mrl.
-UurMlt-ullon I. mUo chIUM toau
ntltcr tsMlorUl Mipilh In the xauie
lwU of tho Apcal. Our cotein
Mty-. " New ntthiMU In polltli hi
tktilHiitly arUliit. The UtM U to
lMl m until ttt w piiiuary hiuI noin
liuttv lilin Ml Hit' convention."
ThU cUrtrl, ln rvfervnee to the
liuuUiuttitut tif Mr. YtaWr ftw mIiihI
WHKrilllvndet. The Ught h( the
prtmitry m ittt on Mr. Voder, It
wm upon tlte wiltMUi luU'ivKt, wlilch
w In the Imbit f fUlui up it
Uekel o utt lUclf. It wk known
It Ml e Mttttoii etftthuit hm ptuilnv
AtrUt Mr. YmUtr, ami the vt hUkylt
If be UtMl Ull MltttarfUt, Huultl
Itavt HorlitHt tut hU lioii, while
Ut4r uIumW o4H would lotve
btU u nulMrvv tlM Mllmtll lnlMVt.
ThU UttJe rinn w . mH down twi
In Um prtuuiry wlUt eMiUuU antl
avuiiluioW. Ilut U I uot trth that
Uk Sthvrttut iM(pttlon to (Ih nwu
ty txuwiulu wm mH up to tUAwt
tr mM auy tatliHii( hx uilltv.
AgwtiM Mr YtaWr, himii, ibw
mv no vlkl etnt, Ih U fully eowi
tttrnl ki All Uh uMw of ScM Su
IMftiilrUuVui, aud If WI, wWA
U Ulltl U Mlnt Mwdil tut )m ivmtt.
I a NVx Yttri Iiumvmiu a
U rs a promliwtH jwlUUHan,
wuimhi iiMinr a uuvtum. mi
t4wtlitM abtamktuc agWof
t l" UW Up. If Ituur Mw
aw cotim ki 1UI ull their eiMomn.
Im lk muimimu) m', ibr piubl.
WHtowUte will lutw 4M mUUu.
1.-1. .. ., !
TW tvlMotf UMKU trnalvw
jrkr 4oIIm w bttftut In tW
wttl ktU mUmM Uuv mouUm to
(vmijiW tbU miUajr
placo on tlw republlcitii
The hIkivc apjitwrod In the Capi
tai. JontXAi. of March 10th, whlcli
wu are Miru was irwde without Mng
crt'ful to gcttliofactH In tho matter.
Mr. Lumi li an old tcttlr anil has
ltt'ii a staunch republican ever since
lliellrat organization In I'olkcounty.
In IS7D, when the ImleiiciKleiit
' party watliitlieHwcnilcncy in Polk
1 count v. Mr. Luca wa iiiduccd to .
accejit as candldHtefor itati- wiiator, j
rulhcr than have the county con-1
.Miiiiiiucr. veiitloii adjourn without a ticket.
Kur 8 yearn Mr. LucanV name was
not mentioned in connection with
any oil Ice, and there was no Intima
tion Unit he desired any position.
Four yea raajro he was solicited to
accept the nomluatloii foratato w-'ii-alor,
hut iKwitlvely declined, and we
have very good evidence that he
could have had the nomination for
Joint K'liutor for Polk and Benton,
but It was known lie would not ac
Mr. Lucas Is a conscientious Pro
hibitionist aud no doubt iH'lievcs the
course he Is taking is for the lcst.
Though we have no sympathy for
the third imrty, yet we have no
doubt such unwarranted Mtatcmeuts
as the above, and even worse ones
are made in other paicr, have hud
a tendency to drive good men Into
the third party. We believe in
treating men and imrlies In a fair
and manly way. Injustice to Mr.
liUcas we ask the Capital Jorit
N.L to give this article to its read
ers. The above apjiearM in the Mon
mouth Olwcrver, and Is probably
from tlmiioii of Mr Lucas himself.
We give It space as lequestcd, al
though, knowing Mr. Lucius and
his political history as we do, we
have nothing to retract ; but ivlter-
ale our assertion that lie is "a dis
gruntled republican" and a mugwump.
A Temperance Man Polls Some of bis
saying io necrs.
Va. Capital rouiiNAi,: I at
tended the prohi meeting In the
oiera house on .Saturday evening,
and heard Mr. Mills. It was to inc.
as to other persons, an enjoyable
occasion a good entertainment. A
a caterer to the fun loving public
Mr. Mills is a great success. As u
jiolitlcian, (and he informs bi
audlenee that he is u politician.
he very forcibly reminded me of
that other "little giant;" his stjlc
of reasoning and personal appear
ance form the parallel, but he fall
short in eloquence. Mr. .Stephen A.
Douglas was intellectually a great
man, while Mr. Mills is a smart
little one. I suggest It would be its
NEW ADVE11T13EME1S. l
A. Wmo "No lMlfl Kfllir
hWM 1 11 01 lUl'tlUlllW li11 1
1 wmjmhKbSu salem, Oregon i
ffiuBwSffl III li I
VM. X. LADUE, - - - ;.,- J!!s!Bh
nil .1. IlKYNOLUS. - ice i."
Exchange on Portland, Snn Francisco,
New York, London and Hong KonK
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordiallj
ln Ited to deposit und transact buslnebs
with iK. Liberal advances made on
...i.n.,t rwi hnn nnd other nronerty at
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se
curlty can be obtained at the bank In
most reliable companies.
iiiiAiiii tiiTit.uii: ,mi:i:tin(i.
Tlie board of trade of this city will
meet to-night to consider the (plen
um! of piovldliig funds to publish a
pamphlet, setting forth the advan
tages of Marlon county, and of the
whole Willamette valley for settle
ment. It Is iimiMMod to tirint live
thousand copies, and distribute
them In a manner that will bring
the most useful results. The lmard
of trade has no bank deimslt to pay
the exK'nsoof publication, but If the
iiieiulvix favor such a method of ad
vertising the city, the money can be
niiscti iiv suiiscriiit Ion iroui our
pitiH'rty holders aud business men.
In Portland the sum of fKo.tHX) for a
similar purMi-i IiiisIkvii siiImtIIkiI,
fCi,o(Hi to Is- mld nionlhly for a year.
The sum suggtwttsl for our own eltl
iciis to wy IsH.ollO, to ls colliH'ted
WS moiitlily for a year. Small
siiiiih, utiy from til to , siibscrlls-il
by the I'luwsw iiuiiksI, will not only
my ftirthc Mtmphlct proposed, witli
cuts lllu-tnitlvenf our lust buildiiipt
and uatund Mvuen, but it will iiIhi
my for other Judicious advertising,
and ktsp the imnie of this city mid
locality iH'ftrtv the American insiple
fora year tottina'. We hots' to mv
delliilte action taken by the hoard
of trade (hi- evening, and an Iuim
tii Kiveu to the movement goln
forwartlthat will rtslound to the
ls'iiollt of all.
that I'ostut't'iri' ihi.i.
ShiuhIuIo iHditlelaiis sett In the
ivatly iMtitt f Um Itlll thrtuigh
tlw wuatie t aimprfatt W&,tX Hir
a pt eritiiifUt IhiIhUhk In Salem,
Kiiotlns' cvIiWmuv tf tin- mrMMMf
tlw KttveniUH'iit to eaptuiv thin
tale. If ueh a tl4tu ruiipn
Kit.t.1 work., M It le.4oltHl ftur all
It Is worth. TW ptiUlle Irtdltllitg U
waitlt lit (ItU city, and tin anitaiut
prujutMsl U uot In vxrvw. of tho
tfcssl. lle Ullhaia-ssl tlies.uate,
ami ervtlit W tlu to Sutiis IMph
and MUehs-U fttr iMr susf-A4l
iMlufta III tr-liMjf It" laanv. It ki
now Ihmv the Ih)Um, ami If It U
tW puqHi- trf tlto tlHiMHtm'y to
rarry tail a liberal (wtUoy t "win
vui lu IHvfon. wt triM that Air.
MeruMitu, tutr Mri ivtr-itatlve
lu tltat toaly, will Mutl ItU UUtn. lu
Ivltalf uf Dm tuMMrttiv Dw4lltattl by
a commrrtutv of m tlHmHratk'
UMUWO. Tin- KVl44Ut will ih
tkulK 4u tlw bill, aud Ibtto mt hb.
Ufwad uu IW wftkHr.
apiiroiriate to call him a
to dub him a "giant."
He sjK'iiks of his littleness as a
joke; he evidently thinks It a huge
Joke to be called little. Ilut the
baby talk he indulges In to his
audience Indicates that he feels him
self anything but small. For In
stance, his assumption that the
prohibitionists are the only party
whom it is safe to trust, is a kind of
pap that may do for babes, but will
Have very little weight with men.
I would ask any business man in
Kulem if he finds prohibitionists the
only customers he can trust? "Will
they average any I letter than the
rest of the American people? Yet
Mr. Mills tells us that the prohibi
tion movement draws the line of
demarcation between the honest,
Intelligent and virtuous memliers
aud tile rogues and criminals of
society. In his Judgment the
prohisare the sheep, and all others
the goats. He admits there are
some honest voters left In both the
old parties, but in about four years
more they will all lie reclaimed in
tiio ranks of prohibition, and then
we can imagine that the president
will hay to them, "Come ye blessed!"
and to the goats, "Dejiart ye cursed!"
These latter, according to the state
platform of this model inirty, will be
disfranchised, as they will all be
pauiiers, illiterates or criminals.
There is mi order of self righteous
ness in this that smacks strongly of
Mr. F.ditor, I am for temperance
and for prohibition, but not as a
third party man. While 1 can en
dorse much that Mr. Mills wild on
general principles, esiieelully the
Jokes, I am opposed to relegating
the temjHTanco reform to the bauds
of iHililloians, ls they prohls, repul
llcans or democrats, and making It
a political Issue.
All this talk alsiut reform In poli
ties thoniii'fli prohibition is Mmply
buncombe. The prohibition party
of this state, and of the whole nation,
lias as much innvgenenite human
nature, as abiilinga tvpinl for "lllthy
lucre," in proportion to Its members
us either of tin old parties horn if
would reform oil' the face- of the
earth. The third party men of my
aciiialutance are only average men ;
no better anil no worse in all the es
sentials of tnw manhood, than the
average of those whom (hey Mi un
hparlngly condemn. I have found
that the prohibitionists, in a close
contest, will accept and solicit the
vote of Inebriates, jUst as readily as
the other parties. 1 1 fe for a good
oHiise, they proWibly argue, and the
end Justifies the means.
Let me glw an Illustration. In
Yamhill county ht-t fall there was a
futility soat mutest to U voted on
along with the prohibition amend
ment. At McMIunvllIe the eitlaons
stl.l to the pnihl managers, "Xow,
RH-every temperance vote you will
Kiu im for the county Mt, wo will
glroytHi a whiskey vote for prohi
bitum." Those terms were accepted,
ami this kind of trading wus
afterwards extoudetl throughout
tltat itMinty. Men votetl for
prtililWtlon who wero tint drunk
u kmw what ticket tla-y wuns
Mr. Milk. jBtv iim Mmie lu,tme
tkms mi mll-Haittliuf which will W
rf liUetvet to wllttvrs, trofr(()iutl
men ami tKlies. I juvniimivury
A wl wr nt lu tht Iwll
luul ever mwrd that lu spllltlug
rail It Is Mveerary to dri tho
wwUjrf UttW ihmI rlM. Tlib, evttknU
iyia tibsstowrytrf Mr. Mills'. If
o iww ami ihiht luxililUtUnileta
" fcMttU thW out lu tiuM, tli rolls
tiian itaw ihvu split hnnrami.
IS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
WM, BROWN & CO.
tW fcmv Imllt and
MHtelaM to Win MwkltWHud!u-,.r,J."Ti7. . u " KS
.. .... . , ..... -.. . i "
u tur "UUMkfVUU WIU t tW Wrt-
felt vutar. 14 uji bavv tW jsM
ottkw Am, ana w will 4 kwd
ki MrtttlMMit aftarward.
TW I'Ktkal Malta Mttmaw cwui
Im Wnad a NfeMitMacMiwUS
MmmHmk f Ma vwUS
Uk munWyf of PMWr. ami l
w ill l iuk-Utvd at muv
I IMlV tltat il AL 1 1... W.11.
...ii.. . Ti, i . . . --.-? y -
Htrr, tuai imk KIUJW tW.! WUnt
mvIw to UW uuithty Itntw u as Im
mmmM out t tJrty HKHhwrnl
mlW u old Niukhmiou eouuty U'
jiuMMiw aud miu Uwujth, tlrhS.
MC Uw Wu rud fti. Had he
kttowu Wwuukl havr mOU We
2uiWU-v ,Mr MUiTstTue
ai.km, Ajnl i
Wool, Hides, Pels and Furs.
No. Ml Conimervbil.Strtvt,
SfsALKM, - - OIMIGON:.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER
5 i V
f " r-t a
ftoT Pa,M1 Lavtns, Warvfck Ginghams. -,
r Jpane Buntiflg, New Prints, -
BT WWe Dtm Goo, 300 Doz. New Stock Hosiery, -a
" 1000 Yards Lac awl Embroideries. -j
ft - J
Gentlemen will Rind Here
S"kSnlH' j Cutaway Urns Soils,
New Suaoier Salts, ;j Prince Albert Salts,
---y-- .......... ......."ZIZ
Sn ,UU' j Stiff Hat,,
m" li Straw...,,,
TUB WROEST STOCK OF UNDERWEAK IN' TUB Cm
Opbra - House -:- Corn
Produce Taken in Exchange.
II. J. MlNTHORN-
II. S. Cook
C. U. Mookbs
'"V. - !rP8ldent
CAPITAL STOCK, - - - $20,000
WILL ni'Y AND SKLL HEAL ES.
tatc. Is now reaching hundreds of
thousands of eastern people by extensively
advertising In all of the lending newi
papers of the United States. Their facili.
ties for Iludlns buyers of real estate are un.
excelled. It Is to the Interest or those hav.
Ins real cstnte to sell, to place it where
buyers come to buy.
B. S. COOK, Manager.
H. J. MtNTllonx, Assistant:
Olllee: front room up stnlrs is the Statt
Insurance Comiiny's building.
April 13 A U, Friday and Saturday.
ClfillTS. L Oregon City locks end woolen
OlUllli). mills. 2. Cyclornma of Battle of
Gettysburg. 3. Battalion drill at
Col. Anderson. 4. Great scnery
along the Columbia river.
UtlKIFMPYTS. Concerton tho steamer at
a.lllJoyirj.MO. the Cascades at 8 p. tol
April 13, by Salem's best talent
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
LM9 COMMERCIAL STREET, - - SALKtffOREGON.
Bj O j O T-S
r - tjt
j . ii j iii1 "fi 'i-t'i
Lealb mid Wins!- mf
FOR T 0i?
VO rrfrf-- a
r .a- S Ml
gentlemen take blankets and
sleep in dining hall and gents'
parlor. 2. seats for all who po.
8. Steals on steamer for all who
take no lunch, also coffee.
PYl'PVvPQ. 1- Hound trip from Salem.
LAtLllOM. s2jo. 2. Meals on steamer
35c. 3. Cyclornma, 60c.; pupils,
3e. -1. No extra lor Rleeplng nor
concert. Tickets at Pntton's and
Starr's book stores.
PIUIWITTFF. Mesdames I'arvin, Adams.
IU.UJ111 1j. Byars,VanScoy,nndMlss!
Moores, Harrington nnd Dear
born, antl l'rof. Starr.
W A N T B D !
Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Lard, Dried Fruits, Etc.
For which the highest market price will be
paid. Farmers, our prices for groceries are
Invariably low, and we think you will And
It to your Interest to consult us before you
dispose of your produce or lay in a stock ot
groceries. Don't forget the place.
WINTERS & THOMAS,
Court street, -:- -:- -:- Salem, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In tho County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Marion County.
In the matter of tno estate ol Andrew
Notice is hereby ijlvcn that I have filed
my final account, and that Monday, the
7th day of May. 188&at 10 a. m.. has
set for hearing objections to the same.
Jrau Hein ,
A good Iron
uu usfs. iruin one io mil mnniMfv a
mrine iow price orsa. call at the Pacific
fram Ilnrsp T'nirpr rirv
V, r . 7 - .. " -"v.
iii iwrs, irom one io run capacity. All
Cider, Vinegar & F.nlt Preserving Com.
r'wj o -.,.... auicui, -iregon
CAPITAL LODGE, NO. II, I. O. O. T
hall, second door nwth of Post Office. G..
J.no. KNiaiiT.Sec-. II. S. Jory.V.C.T.
GEO. D. GOODII5JE. WOOD DEALER
plllco with Geo. V Johnson, 235 Com
niercial street. All'Wndsof wood for sale,
bawedtoany longtti desired. Cash must
accompany all orders
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop..
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
f Ai)j PlJ,l,n wl" receive prompt attention.
5?iilSSJf8?,nn '--r work In our line
Z?,rJ. ' '.? if."- atisfnctIon guaranteed.
Silem O Ulrt IIoUbo ou Curt street,
Real Estate Agents
yXr! fc?" fttrms an(t rlty property
A'"Hl?uw,,erof desirable farmii fand city
property now olferlng on rsonnble terras-
on n!?i ?ncie ot Insurance against nr
2da5SK?fiSS?iS: ,n elgffi KVM
-oHll'i2SS?it,5to '"t on rt"nl estate or P
Wedne sdar Evening, April 4th.
GRAND -:- CONCERT
I.MVEHSITV CHORAL CLUB
Conservatory of Music,
mw! oi'HMf rrrtoh. Jonw and
nncnam and othtm.
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