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Republican National Ticket.
I'or VIco TrwMent:
J,I5VI V. MOItTON,
Of Now VorU.
KOIt Jltlttll)i:NTIAI. Hl.KflOHH.
Itoburt Mt'l.cnii.of Kliimiith County.
Wni.KnpiiM.or .Miilltioinuh Comity.'
KIU DAY. AIH1UKT Id, 1HH8.
a VAM)i:m:u ritoM 'iiu: ioi.h.
The CollouliiK willil cliuiik of Iv
doiii wo take fnim tlio Htiilwnmii
HiIh iiiei'iiIiik: "If tliti cliolco hIioiiIiI
IiiivuIoIio i limit' of Inking the (ux
nfl'wIiiHky or icliniiilHliliig n jiiirt
of tlu pnili'ftlvo diitlcH, then, wv
TIiIh wo iiro to uiTopt iih republican
doctrine. TIiIh Ih tlioiloclnration of
a party, wo aro to iihmiiiiio, which
Kiivo iw froo hcIiooIh, a free hoine
utoail to every nuttier, which ile
Mtroycd Hluvury, and whono courho
Iiiih over heen along tho path of jiro
Krum mid reform. The t'tirxo of ha
muli lioiulugo liolng ol)lltorute(l, and
Hh mirvlvliiK "twln-rellti of har
Ijitrlmii" polygamy, heliiK pat In
tho way of extinction, the next
pledne to tho country wiihiiii mwuult
on tlio Heciimeil liquor tralllc. Jt
Iiiih U'conie a corrupting force In
olitlcH, HtatcHinaiiHhlp ic'(iilii'H tlio
removal of the evil, and a Hpontanc
oils Hontlincntl throughout tlio conn
try north and Konth allku demand
Dial the demon of Intemperance he
lint oar hiiiuk local cotcmorary
Iiiih other vlewH. lit Ih willing to
deluge tho country with free whisky
itothat tho duty on hoiihchold nce
ewMirUyi limy he retained. High
priced clothing and heavily taxed
haulier to pimrvo oar microti r
t(K'tlve policy unimpaired, hut an
Iii.mhI m hlky cn ho M't ii-llowlng
from every tttlll la tho land. What
mii Htwolmift iHillllwl policy to pro
mnlgnte! Tliw HtMlMiimu editor iwll thin iv.
pnhllonnUim ; mid the writer who
ltmn protoBt uipdnitt ktiuh turpitude
it ad pivwh1oii Ik promptly dWpowod
ot w. "umrtllcliiiuiim." II In wimlom
1 itaperlor to Mr. lllalncV, llien,
who MoUiiuily vhuUoihhI liU fulUiw
oonnLrynion in u letter from Pari
uguliut the repeal ot'thowhUky tux.
"Other oonldurutlon tiiuu thowuf
HiiuiicIhI conUUnitlou," wrote (hut
profmiiiil HtMtetaiutn, "re to lw
taken Into luvouut Ith regit nl to
whUky. '1 chwtpor tho prlw of
w UWky U to lncretM lt eonmitip
The diK'trlmi ottVivU u for accept
Miiee, mid which idiould bo lnught
our boy iumI vtrU in wlnwl, U "ImKc
(he U. oil whlkky, hat rvtMln the
diitlcK for pntH(lvui." U thU i
puhlUwaUm? The HtMttMiwu pro
AiMtw to U Mtvpuhlloxu Iu-(, of the
tmltt Met, mid U iaMt Intoler
nut of thttoe who dlwttat ftun It
teaching. We Kiicve to think tlmt
.lanvpahlloKH Attheiv, in their with
dlwrgviKH' friMii thin hkttt)cMl vn
tftli, mitot ixuoe autk'r oaryouinc
mMid'k rtiii(lemiMtliMi. ()Hrrttld,
wIhi will Mrlutp lm rvMnUl m
iptotl m iiHtbUcMU m the .SUlemii
odltor, MHid, "I nut Atr h protwttou
which WiuU to uUtiiMl frm t ratio.
1 mmi fiMT tlmt frw tnute which ran
Uily Ik chlevwl throuf h rtWMttt
HbU pxt-shii." No fti whisky
In bU nwmtktiv of 1iM4 l'rwIiWut
ArUtur Mid :
lit toy miuimiI uiwaypi of lMtt 1
rwoMM4l tho HboltUutt of mU i,eift
Uum v lUiMttiM dMillwl irplrita.
A VOWMtHUtUH, HOW lHWll
1 N CMM tiMs lA hhMtl UWWhwl,
lh tvtw tbt wtU iimm1h t tk
gavantMMMt will, U nu' ufttHtoH, wot
tutfy mwc M wmH It Mumwlih
expenditures, but will afford a sur
plus large enough to admit such
tarlft reductions as may seem advis
able. Arthur was convivial in hlstitstes,
but he had the sense to see, and was
good enough republican to know,
that a reduction of the tax on lm-
Krted works of art, on garden seeds,
on performing elephants and such
like, was to be preferred to untaxed
In his annual report for 188.3, Mr.
Folger mid: "The existing duties
on raw materials to be used in man
ufacture, should be removed. This
can le done in the interest of our
foreign trade." President Arthur
hud three secretaries of the trensury,
Folger, Gresham and McCulloch;
all strict republicans, as republican
Ism was understood in that day, and
all revenue retormers.
Tho modification of tho tariff
recommended by the tariil com
mission of 188.!, President Arthur
thought to be inadequate, and in
calling attention to the fact that
"our system of tux and tariff legis
lation Is yielding a revenue which is
in excess of the present needs of the
government," ho gave two reasons
for lightening tho tax: "That the
revenue may Ihj so reduced as no
longer to tax the people; that protec
tive duties may be relieved without
becoming burdensome. " The orig
inal republican doctrine of 1808 jus
tifies such views. "It is due to tlio
laborer of the nation that taxation
should bo equalized and reduced as
rapidly us tho national faith will ad
mit." This editor has been in the repub
lican field since It was first sit up In
18.10 and has based his political le
lief on Hitch doctrine as the above.
public morals were before excise re
ceipts, mid with Mr. Folger that our
manufactures were of more impor
tance than mi Import tax, and such
Ih his present conviction, in which
he K sustained by republican utter
ances of the last quarter of acentury.
The editor of tho Statesman may sit
up such heathen gods as Ids per
verted taste may choose; but he
cannot c.cet his readers to Join In
his devotion to "free whisky," or to
approve his HI bred and injurious
cry of "malicious ass," hurled at
every man who dares to stand by the
WANTS TUK TAX UKTAINi:i.
Senator Mitchell being asked how
he regarded the proposed reduction
of duty on lumber in tlio senate tar
ill bill, said lie was opposed to It.
The lumber men in Canada would
ship their product to this country,
and undersell our own operators,
(lov. IVnnoyer, when asked toslgu
a ctltlon to congress to retain tho
duty on lumber, said : "Do you
think that 1 am such a gooso that I
cannot compete with those fellows
acros the line in getting out my
lumber'.' I have no tight to tax you
or any other man to support my
business." A San Francisco cor-
renpondent of the Mew York Trib
une says the lumber trust in Cali
fornia lias put ?l,o00,(X)0 in tho
pockets of Its member the last your,
and cettlcmciit oil the coast Is (lis
eourNKvd by the nereod cot of
building and the vexation restric
tions lmiHMcd. With thcfto fiK'U ex
isting. periuip it would U a safe
thing for Mr. Mitchell to let the
lumber men take mro of theintolvc
Mini give the poor settler show.
Tlie greMteMt happiness to tho grout
cttl number him ulw u Utn consid
ered sound republican doctrine.
The ltutle iMout.) Inter Mount
ain hiw no high opinion of the llhw
trntwl write-up, that Iwve becutue
n Uple ludiwtry. 1 1 Mty :
Tho N'orthwoftt MuipMiuc of St.
Paul lot m4m-Iv1 thvthrlUiitf town
of MUmomui tut lU ueM victim. The
xicceodlug Wmm of that JouriMl
will Ik devoted to mi tlhulrated
wrIUMipof th Warden City, which
will lbu get tho tlivt black eyv III
lt hUlry. ltutle U but lut rov
iugfVom HhlmlUr vUttMtton Hymr
Mro. which cot W,tHi Miiddbfttf,
ikm.iHHi worth of iUmtjn ou neixaiut
of the nlcturva mid HUliioUklv ridt-
cuU'iu and ImsMrrtvt dwrlptlou of
the nwunx of the dUuiet. Kill
lhrv U one rvW'mlig feu tare 4 the
imtKlMMl lllVHtoll or MImahiIn. A
)mI v l todo the w ritihg. She will 1h
n bLr luiMviMiuiit ver the uoKgh
eyed (rtMiip who cmiivimmmI ud
wrote up Multe. Hewn neither h
Iwly nor gvtitkmuui.
A nloop euplod Mil' XewcMotlc,
IM., um wwliHviliO' evening, and
Anut hwlkk ami u child weiv drk nel.
Thn itMMt w plekwl up by m tug
bout. Th mtiy ImmI Iksmi to h )4-
wte, uu nxufMlng kihmmiiiIiv1 m
(I. HtMwblfttt, oUW cferk of tit
lUtHHl llS MH4I UW UVMr)H)Ol Mlul
1amuIm himI OUAh lHumM?o tMit
IhhW u4Ut lHmlnml W at th
TheGlory Crovned Gianfof the Show World
A HUGE AND COMPLETE MIRROR OF WONDERLANDI
10ACRES CROWDED WITH FASCINATING AMAZEMENTS!
TWO BIG, BRILLIANT AND BEWILDERING PERFORMANCES AT
Tuesday, August 28tli. 1888.
NOTE The arrangements of the American Showman's Pooled League
will prevent any other Circus from visiting Salem this season. Editor.
GREAT 3-RING CIRCUS, ELEVATED STAGE,
REAL ROWAN HIPPODROME
And 5-Continent Menagerie.
All of Earth's Illustrious Mid-air and Arenic Champions, Prairie Heroes,
Illpiwdrome Celebrities, Marvelous Human Phenomena nnd
Rarest Zoological Treasures Merged and Marshaled in
a colossal and Unparalleled Unity.
$',500,000 Invested lor Hie Public's Delrctation! Actnal Daily Expenses,. 200!
--Human Imagination Confounded by its Magnitude!
ONLY COMPLETE, PERFECT AND SUMPTUOUS REPRODUCTION
Races, Revels and Gladiatorial Combats of Ancient Rome
IN NEARLY 2,000 YEARS! r
CO English and Kentucky Thoroughbreds in Soul-stirring Struggles for
Supremacy! Enormous Pace Track Four Times Around,
Xotnlily ami Trliitiipliantly iteinforceu this Soiison with one Towering, King
ly Figure of Western Hnniniico,
Capt. A. H. B0GARDUS!
CHAMPIOM WING-SHOT OF THE WORLD,
Only Pull-Crown Pair of lllooil-SwcalingJliipopotaini on Earlli!
"WE'VE C.OT'ISM ON TI-I12 LIST!"
JMM) 1'IltiNO.MKNAIi AKKXIC AltTISTSMM) DAZZLING ACTS!
Scotch Athletes, Arabian Meteors, .lupune-o Marvels, n"nd a Gigantic
EurojR'un Vaudeville Combination, in Daring and Dabbing Per
formance on tho Huge Theatre Stage.
NO SICIIIC AM) YKI.I.UW l.i: IT ATTIIAOTIONM M)T A MSfil-K CHUSTNUTI
50 CAGES OF WILD BEASTS UNIVERSAL REFLEX OF SAVAGE LIFE
W lUniSBACK HORSES'
Itxint'd, KliM.'ii mill lrUi n t. oue mult
Untwt, Gmudeot, Mont lamoua and licet Tndmsl Herd of Elephants
on Ameriivui Koll including "HaJh," the Colossal, All-overshad-
owlng CVntrol Figure of his Itucej "Sid" the almost Human
Clown Elephant, and tlio only llnby Eleplmnt on tho
PEERLESS, POETIC, ROYALLY RESPLENDENT STREET PARADE
Apiwwrlug ' ll'' Iii(lu- Thorouf Uttktv t JO o'cltK'k Kvcry Slonilixc.
I'mihI l'Mmlr lrltt til' Admission rorlonnant'os ut Vsuul lloni-s.
('HUM' lUirXD-Tltir Kxontsioxs on all haii.iioads!
Sec Station Agent lpr lhirtkulHiv.
Alw Rlblt MeMtunvUlr Aug .(, twvUta SMI). Albony flit lhtum Wit. MwUtetl W
WW- fc HP S H O -K S
und.tlint luun.THK (iltKAT O'DKI.l.!
OREGON LAND COMPANY
Hns now for sale twenty-five 10-acre lots on the west side of tho river, from SWtniS
miles lrom Salem nnd near the 150-ncre fruit farm owned by Mr. T? o i
Wnllnre. nf Rnlem. These lots are all nlcel.v situated within Rich. .Si
Capital City, nnd having a grand view
The Soil is of the
All Lots Front on a. Road
And the road leading to Snlem Is now being graveled, and will be one of the Flrvr
DHIVES leading out of the city. 'wl
It Is generally conceded that Investment In FRUIT LANDS at tho present tlmt
oilers n belter itssuraneo of largo returns than any other form of Investment, Priws
now being paid for fruit In Salem by the Willamette. Vnlley Fruit Company
Insure, at a Low Estimate, from $80 to $500 per Acre!
The close proximity of Mr. Wnllaco's Jrult farm of 130 ncres to these lots insures n
Fruit Cannery, nnd thus njconvenlent market, ns soon as tho trees nro old cnoush to
Call on tho
Oregon Land Company,
Hank Elock on
And they will SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES!
Scriber : and : Pohle.
WM. BROWN HO,
Leather ami FinWy. 1:
aSII PATD FOR
Wwl, life, Pells sum Furs.
X. 9M 0iacrfca SfeMt,
SALHJf, - - ORKQON.
of the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade!
Very Best Quality
trees on !
OFFICE IN THE
Commercial Street "
FREE OF CHARGE.
A flno lino of hacks, buggies, carts, car
riages, buckboards, etc. lloth our own
iniiko nnd tho best eastern made buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING,!
Call on tho undersigned, wagon nnd enr
riago makers and blacksmiths, 2SS).., iU
nnd 314 Commercial street,;Saleni.