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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 18S8.
Overland to California
Mimi Pacific Company's Lines.
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE.
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PULLMAN BKPFhT SUaWHS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
Kir iirwmiimiltttlonof woond cliwnpt
arneent ntiiicliixl t expri-sK trains,
ThoO. A (.'. Ilullronil ferry urn ken con
niTtlon vvltli nil tlio reiculnr tnitim mi llio
Kiuit Hide Division from fxi "I I' street,
Yd Side Division, Between Portland
. anil Cervallls:
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TTvT VoFllnhd Ar.
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rr 11 ii. in.
At Allmny mill UnrviilllK eoiinoot with
trisliis of Oregon I'm-IMc lUillmiiil.
For run iiimriiiiiimn h-khiiiwk -,
kimi ,!, . ntmlv til tlio
ttalon . Ori'Koli. K. V. 11 IMIKKS.
i..r,: (ir...,.r, v.. v. uihii:
K. KUKIIIiKK, AhuI. CI. V. mill now
Oregon Railway ami Navigation
"Columbia River Route.'
lltiliiK for tin) iiiHt leiivo Portland nt 10: 1.1
Vm mill 1! it m itally. TIcltilH ti) mill fmlii
principal jmllllH III llio United tttutin, Call
An unit Kiirope.il
ELEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS
Hatlstinlit Sleeping Cam run tlinitiRlil-on
oxproM tllllll to
OKA 11 A
mill HT. 1'AlTt
rrti' i (!liurRt niul Without Chungo.
CoiiiiootlonNnl Portland for Hun l'rnn
Vlmii mill I'Hiti'l Hound Klutn.
"or further particulars lnmilro of I, A
Manning. uncut of tlu company.
(NMium-rr nl (drool. Nnloin. iJioiimi
A. U Mimvoll, (I. 1. A T. A., P
Pert In ml,
A. L. MAXWELL, ( P- AT. A.
II. H0LC0MD, Uoul.Miiuiiijer.
THE YAOUINA ROUTE.
(KM l'ACic RAILROAD
Ami Oresron Uovolopiuont company'
ktauiiHlilp lino. 'Uh miles shorter.'.) bourn
InMlliiuilliaii by ny other route. Hint
clam tlirniiKli pwmemtor mul freight lino
from Portland ami nil ihiIiiIn In thoWII
Isniotto valley to ami from Hail Kronulseo.
jriME SCHEDULE, (Kxwpt HundnyH):
Umve Albany J"'?!
Imv. IVrvsvllU i'JHKJ!
Arilvo Ymiiilnii 6..W r St
lttvu Yuiiulna "J;JS N ?!
Imc (Vinnlllp ?'MJ
Arrive Allmny llilOA M
. U. trnlua counts.' I Hi Albany ami
TIiii ntiovo train Miiuipet at YACJUINA
with tlia Orvttmi iKnoloinnont t l.lno
VHtiuiMlilwliotwtH'ti Yiuiutim ami Han
nrK.MKIIM. KIIOM HAN rilANl'lHlM
vrilliiniplto Valley Hoptombor I
vrllliiiiiotto Vuimy ..Hfpii'MtM.r III
U'llUiiH'llo Valloy 8,-ptonilior Jd
kTKAMKKM. 1'IUIM VAqlMNA.
Wtlltiuioltv Valloy H.'ptomhor 7
Wlllaiuotlo Valloy Hoptoiulior ID
Till iiiMtiy rnro Hip iikIH to
hMiH' Millliitf ilatm wltlmul iiottco.
N. II. IVnwoiiiier tVnm INirtliuul mul all
WIltHiurttii Viilloy imluti. onn iiuiko oIomi
nuiiiotHloii llfi U1" tnilliH of tin)
YAQIMNA HtiirrKat Allniiiy urCVruillU.
ml If ilKKtlnnt to Hail Km not mx), ulioulj
nuniio toiirrUHiil, yuunlim tliu ewnliiK
krHilv tlMKMH Mtiiinu
fuswuxfr ainl 't
Kkl t'.atr AU(ii tkr
Toll aiply to MM
!.. t nr Indiriuat
him IAV A hi rn.Ulii
AimiU ) Hint SHI r- i-onl !.. ISutluiul.Ur.
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IVm. .Kt.,Orlril l'Hi'incll. It. tHi.,
31. II. IIAHWKI.UJr. tioul I'M, A
I No-.. Act. tlnwoil IVmoiiiuoiiI
t., aril MoiitounVry .;
Kill IYhiu-Uvm, t.VI
The SALEM MARKET
W IXJl'UT HTUKKT.
tVHUHll- OH tutlllt lb lMl llUHltty Ot
Fidi ami Salt Jlcalslli
AMt nH ktuiW tl
Ts Ul.ttANittri- Imhsi wwk;m tVw
ItcOltOW A WIU-ArtlV
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor,
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-AH klud uf fth ut ttiiv4 m.u
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stuat all arvuuvi.
Declaration of Principles anil Abscr-
lion of Popular
The KepuMicans ol the United Statei,
aetembloil by their delegates in National
convention, pause on the theshold of their
procedintja lo honor the memory of their
flint great leader, the immortal champion
of liberty and the righn of the people
Abraham Lincoln; and to cover also
with wtoath of imperishable remembrance
and gratitude the heroic names of later
leaders, who have more recently been
called awny from our councils (Jrant,
(iarlield, Arthur, Logan and Conklmg.
May their memories be faithfully cher
ished. We also recall with our greetings and
with prayer for his recovery the name ol
one of our living heroes whoso memory
will bo treasured in the hisiory liolh of
Republicans and of the Republic the
name of that noblo soldier and favorite
ion of victory, Philip II Sheiidan.
Iu the spirit of those gioat leaders, and
of our own devotion to human liberty, and
with that hoetihtv lo all forms ol despot-
ism ami oppression which is the funda
mental idea of the Republican rarly. we
sond fraternal congratulations to our fel
low Americans of lliazil upon their great
act at omaucipation, which oompletedi the
abolition of slavery throughout the two
American continents. Wo earnestly hope
that we mav soon concratulate our fellow
citizens of Irish birth upon tho peaceful
recovery of homo rulo for Ireland
Wealliim our unswerving devotion to
tho National Constitution and to the in
dissoluble Union of the slates : to the au
tonomy reserved tho statia under tho Con
stitution : to the personal rights and liber
lle of citizens in all the Stales and Terri
tories in tho Union, and especially to
tho supreme and sovereign right of
every lawlul citizen, rich or poor,
nativo or foreign bom, whito or black, to
cast ono free ballot in public elections,
ami to have that ballot duly counted. We
hold tho free and honest popular ballot,
and the just and equal representation of
all tho people, to be the foundation of our
republican government, and demand ef
fective legislation to socum the integrity
and purity of elections, wr.ioh are tho
fountains of all public authority. Wc
chargo that the present administration
nml thi! DrmcM-ratio maiontv in Concrcss
owe their existence to tho suppression of
the ballot by a criminal nullification of the
Constitution and laws of tho United
We are uncompromisingly in favor ol
thr American system of protection. Wo
protest against its destruction iiruposcd
by tliu president and his party. They
serve tho Intciesta of Europe; wo will
support the interests of America. Wc ac
uept tho issues and confidently appoal to
the people for their judgment. The pro
tective system must be maiiit.vneil, Its
abandonment has always been followed
by general disaster lo nil interests, except
thoso of tho usurer and tho sheiitL Wo
denounce the Mills bill as destructive to
llio gunural business, the labor and the
fanning interests of tho country, and we
hoAitily cudorro tho consistent and
palmitic actions ol the Republican Rep
resentatives In Congress in opposing its
Wo condemn the proposition of the
Democratic- patty to place wool ou the free
lilt, and we insist that the duties thereon
shall bo adjusted and maintained so as to
furnish full and aileijuato protection to
The Republican party would effect aM
needed reduction of the National revenue
by lupcaling the taxo on tobacco, which
are an annoyance and burden to agriculture,
and the tax upon spirits used In the arts
and for mechanical purposes; and by such
icvulon of the tarllTus will tend to check
imports of such articlus as are produced by
our people, the production of which gives
employment to our labor, and release Irom
liuH)it duties those aiticlcaof loieign pro
duction (except luxuries) thu like of which
can not no pioduccd at home. If there
shall still ivinaiii a target revenue that is
requisite for the wants ot the government
we favor tho entire repeal of internal
taxes rather than the surrender of
any part of our protective system at
thu joint behest of the whisky tiusta and
the agents of foreign manufacturers.
We declare our hostility to the introduc
tion into this country of foreign contract
labor, and of Chinese labor, alien to out
civiluation and our Constitution, and we
demand the rigid enforcement of the ex
isting laws against It, and favor such im
mediate legislation s will exclude such
labor from our shotM.
declaro our opposition to all combin
ations of capital organised in trusta or other
wise, to control arbitrarily the condition
of tiade among ourcitirens, and we com
mend to Cougresi and to tho State Irgis
attires, in their respective jurisdiction,
tuoli legislation as will present the execu
tion of all sohemiM looppicss the people by
undue chaige on their supplies, or by un
just latv for the trartapoilaiiou of their
products to market. We apprise the lotf
iilatlou liy emigre In pies cut alike un
just buidens and unfair discriminations lie
twoeii the State,
We ii'xti'um the policy of appropriating
the publlo lands of the United States to be
homestead for American ciliiens and set
tiers, not all in. which tho R.-publnuu
party established in 1S63, against the
prsisteut opfHvsitnn of the OemocraU in
('.mitre, and which has brought our great
Wttiti domain Into such niagmhcont
dvlpmut. Th lettoiatvon ot unearn
ed laud grants to the public domain for
uwler the a4mmwliatUm of IWdeU Ar-
ihur, 1hhiM Ik: emtinud. Wedwiy thai :
hip use ih kuiusi si-tilers, wiiivii was iwuu 1
I the democratic patty hat ever restored owe
acre 10 INC puic, ouv uciaic inai uy wie
joint action of itpultlu'ans and democrats.
about lilt)' millions ot acre tH viovainvit
ismis originally gtammi tor me vxx mic
tion uf tallica J bve two nMoreil to the
wUlc domain, in iHirtuanet of the condi
tions mrtod by the icpubltcan party in
the oricjwl gi.ut, W charge the dew
vwatic adtuiMMiatlan with faiiuie to exe
cute ike laws seouriBg Us settler till to
their howted, and with wsiag apm.
tuiuuia made fo lhat purpose lo haras
lumbal ttttkm with m and poeo.
Mom MttJvr false ir4tHC uf ipoaai;
, irauas aad vitUsoli lk law.
The sMHHiMsstsst by CiHkgtt el the
j Tmhuhi m basl yiMta swotnuy eal),
' to the td that tbv may besxsase States
'la th L'soi;titsfcM,wissvei itwooM-
aittoat 01 itopuuuoti, mawiui iour,
public intollicUic and sisorall ai ch
I at to ttoui a tubs ll gviimt
ttArn, the peopie ol svKh Territories
( should l isertiutteJ, at a rts,ht tobereet i-
them, to form for themselves a constitution
and State government, and be admitted
into the Union. Pending the prepara
tion for Statehood, all officers '.hereof
should be selected from the bona fide
residents and citizens ot the Territory
wherein they are to serve. South Dakota
should of right be immediately admitted
as a Statu in the Union, under the con
stitution framed and adopted by the
people, and we heartily indoise the actiuii
of the Republican Senate in twice
passing bills for her admission. The
refusal of the Democratic House of
Representatives, for partisan purposes, to
lavoraoiy consiuer mere diiis, 5 a willlui
violation of the sacred American principle
of local self government, and merits 'he
condemnation of all just men. 1 he
pending bills in (he Senate for acts to
enable the people of Washington, North
Dakota and Montana Territories to form
constitutions should be passed without
unnecessary delay. The republican party
pledges itself to do all in its power to fa
cilitate the admission of the territories of
New Mexico, Wyoming, Idaho and Ari
zona to the enjoyment of self-government
as states, such of them as are now quali
fied, as soon as possible, and the others as
soon as they may become so.
I ho political power of tho Mormon
church in the territories, as experienced iu
the past, is a menace to free institutions
too dangerous to be long suffered. There
fore wo pledge the republican party to ap
propriate legislation asserting tho sover
eignty ol the nation in all territories
where tho same is questioned, and in
furtherance of that end to place upon the
statute books legislation stringent enough
to divorce the political from the ecclesias
tical power, and thus stamp out the
attendant wickedness of polygamy.
Thu republican party is in favor of the
use of both gold and silver as money, and
condemns the policy of tho democratic
administration in its efforts to demonetize
Wo demand the reduction of letter
postage to 1 cent per ounce.
In a republic like ours, where the
citizen is the sovereign and tho official the
servaut, where no power is exercised
except by the will of the people, it is
important that the sovereign the people
should possess intelligence. The free
school is the promoter of that intelligence
which is iu preserve us a free nation;
therefore, the state or nation, or both
combined, should support free institutions
of learning, sufficient to afford to every
child growing up in the land the oppor
tunity of a good common school edu
cation. Wo earnestly recommend that prompt
action be taken by Congress iu tho en
actment of such legislation as will bet
secure the rehabilitation of our American
merchant marine, and we protest against
thu passage by Congress of a free ship
bill, as calculated to work injustice, to
labor by lessening the wages of those
engaged in preparing materials, as well
as those directly employed iu our ship
yards. We demand appropriations for
the curly ,-ebmldiug of our navy; fur the
constiuction of coast fortifications and
modern ordnence, and other approved
modern means of defense for the protec
tion of our defenseless harbors and
cities; tor the payment of just pensions
to our soldiers; tor uccossary works of
National importance in the improvement
of harbors and the channels of internal
coastwise, and foreign commerce; for the
encouragement of tho shipping interests
of the Atlantic, Oulfand l'ociho States, as
well as for the payment of the maturing
public debt. This policy will give em
ployment to our labor, activity to our va
rious industries, lucrease the security of
our country, promote trade, opeu new
and direct maikots for our produce, and
cheapen the cost of transportation. We
a Hi rin thi to be far better for our country
than the democratic policy of loaning tho
government money without iutercst to
"pel banks." '
The conduct of foreign affairs by the
present administration has lieen distin-
flushed by its inefficiency and its coward
ce. Having withdrawn from the Senate
all pending treaties effected by republican
administration for the removal of foieigu
burdens and restrictions upon our com
merce and for its extension into better
markets, it has neither eflected nor piQ
posed auy others in their stead. Profoa
tug adherenue to the Monroe doctrine, it
ha seen with idle complacency the exten
sion of foreign lutlueuce in Central
America, and of foreign trade everywhere
among our neighbor. It has refused to
charier, sanction or encourage any Amor-
ii-uu uiuuuiivu rui cunsiruciiug me
Nicaragua canal, a work ot vital import
ance to the maintenance of the Monroe
doctrine, and of our national intluence In
Central and South America, and neces
sary for the development ol trade with
our Pacific territory, with South America
and with the i.lanJs and further eoaits ol
the Pacific Ocean.
We arraign the present democratic ad
ministration for it woak and unpatriotic
treatment of tho fisheries question, aud
its pusillanimous suricnder tf the essen
tial privilege to which our fishing vessels
ate entitled in Canadian ports under the
traty of 1S1S, the reciprocal maritime
legislation of IS30, and the xjomlty of
nations, and which Canadian fishing ves
sel receive in the ports of tha United
State. We conJomn the policy of the
picsent administration ami the democratic
majority iu Congress Inward our fisheries
as uulilendly and eouspiououslv unualri-
oik, and as tending to destroy a valuable
national industry, aud a.) indispensable
rvMHitee of dcteuse agaiust a foreign
The name i Attieiioa applies alike to
'1 eliiwai uf th tapublic, arfj import,
lw alike the ume oUlRations of
uosuimcv 10 inc rnws. Aline same tim
that eillaenthiii is and must be the run
opiy and safeguard of him whrt wear it,
and preteot him. whether high or Iw,
nch or pojr, iu hit wtil rights. It thtvuhJ
and must aftml hire (vrolecUen at heme,
and follow and protect hitu abroad in
whatever land he may be on a lawful
Ihe wen who abandoned the lepublloan
tarty in 1S&4, aad ooatmue to adhere te
the (IftsisooialM party, have ileaened not
oaiy ihe cause of hottest govertHtteat, of
touad tiaaaces, of fieejsxa aad tmnty of
the Ualkit, bat estsecsally have duelled
the oause of rvtotsa m Use otvil serviee.
We wilt not fait to Uup out pWg be
Mute they have broke u theM', or beoaute
Ihek oaadsdat hat broken hi. We,
thetotorc, lepeat our uVcUraiioaof 1SS4.
lo-w-ii, tae imoiui 01 the c,yi Mtviee,
iMIMjCKMttir WivW utkjtvr the letsuulscaa
admiasttrattoo.' should be coeapteWtl Uy
the further citeaMua of the nslotm ayttetst
alttady ettablttbed by Uw, to all the
grades of the service to which it is applic
able. The spirit and purpose of the re
form should be observed in all executive
appointments, and all laws at variance
with the object of exittin reform legisla
tion should be repealed, to the end that
the danger to free institutions which lurks
in the power of official patronage may be
wi'ely auu ettcctively .voided.
The gratitude of the nation to the de
fenders of the union can not be measured
by laws. The legislation of Congress
should conform to the pledges made by a
Inyal people, ami be so enlarged and ex
tended as to provide against the oossibility
that any man who honorably wore the
lederal uniform shall become the inmate
' . r
private charity. In the presence of an
overtlowing treasury it would be a public
scandal to do less for those whose valor
ous service preserved the government
We denounce the hostile spirit shown by
President Cleveland in his numerous
vetoes of measures for pension relief, aud
the action of the democratic house of
representatives in refusing even a consid
eration ot general pension legislation.
In support of the principles herewith
enunciated we invite the co-operation of
patriotic men of all parties, and especially
oi all worktngmen whose prosperity is
seriously threatened by the free trade
policy of the present administration.
Additional plank submitted by Mr.
Boutellc of Maine, and adopted by an
almost uuanimous vete: The first con
cern ot all good government is the virtue
and sobriety of the people and the purity
uf tho home. The republican party
cordially sympathizes with all wiso and
well directed efforts for the promotion of
temperance and morality.
The "Weekia- Capital Joukxal
$1 a year.
Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OV OPERATION.
Awarded llmt premium at the Oregon
State Fair 188.1-'SI-K-'WL'87 and nt the Cali
fornia Htuto Fair, 1SS7, una San jouquiu
County Fair, 18S7.
Manufactured In sl.lzes. For circular
nml prlco list address
H. S. JORY & SON,
1. O. llox 280. Salem, Oregon
J- Dryer Furnnces furnished flvo sizes
Tho BUTEES' OUIDE is
iasusd M.-vrch and Sept.,
each year. It la an ency
clopedia of useful Infor
mation for all who pur
ohaao the luxuries or the
necessities of life. Wo
can clothe you and furnish you with,
all tho nocesaary and unnecessary
appllancea to ride, walk, danoe, sleep,
eat, fish, hunt, work, no to church,
or stay at home, and in various sixes,
style and quantities. Just figure, out
what I required to do all thee thinfrs
COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair
estimate of tho value of tho BTJYEBS'
QUIDS, which will ba aont upon
receipt of 10 cents to 'pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
111-111 IdUonlgan Avenue, Chioago.IU.
HORSESHOEING ! !
All tho Improved methods of shoeing
shaping shoo, Jo euro illsetixOH of the foot
and for tlio correction of faulty notion, con
traction and Interfering, used. I Kiianuitee-I
Mitinniction in all com, uetor to any well
known honwiimu'ln Oregon.'
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshper,
a Commercial street, Salem, Or."
A. 13. STRANG,
No. soa Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
1'lblisikilMr li.i mil fvfAftm PiKiiur
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
-.st Hr tho lllCHAUDSOX A
llOJuNlxlTqiMP.VNrs Furmiew, tfc-
Dr. H. SMITH
Now la p.uiihi ot h iww otMovery u
HtedVelSHB. wMeh buanlya hxsU aiutbet.
le. aao mm i..s i ... - ....... au, ,1..
snrnsondtmf Umsmm of lit rk. It I la
war iHitswua ar us)Hwit to ibe
ImsIO. TU ntaautkeluran at It riiia. tst
by Hs4ylac to tae seattUv or mst
irm, iimi mn eteaaea and ailed
vrlihout pain Mosul ttKu-e I tut waat alt
kinds of drsiutl wssrk doae wltaoat Mia.
W.Hil.l t-u-ru .us 1H-. 11 Smllli. Teeth
exirsK-Ksl lur $0 .!(,
WM. BROWN & CO.
B O O T vS
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O ' H
S I H I O I K "s
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Felts and Furs.
No. 231 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cnaioria la Pr. Smnl Pltonor' old, harxnlasa and qnlclc euro for
Infanta' and Children's Complaints. Snperior to Cgstor OU.
garegorio or Karcotlo Syrnps. Children cry for Caatoria. Mil-
Uona of Mothers Mesa Caatorla.
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation ;
Sour Stomach, Diarrhaia, Eructation ;
Gives healthy sleep ; also aids digestion :
Without narcotic stupefaction.
The Cheapest Newspaper in
THE. BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER
, 1 ... .
, ' IN-.NiA'RlON GOTilNTY.
Read Our Reduced Terms!
WJ3EKLY, ouo year, $1.50. WEEKLY,' Six mouths;.. f0.75j
Now -Read Oar Discount for Gashf :
WEEKLY, ono year, -.. 1.00. WEEKLY, six mouths, fO-60.
WAS THERE EVER ANYTHING
IN THE NAMES, AIC1) TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
ONE-"'HIRI OFF FOR CASH.
Our Old Subscribers
Now in arrears are urm.il to take advautago of our Wg discount, by
tHiiR old accounts ami Joining the grand throng of oue dollar Buhsenw"
TO ONE AND ALL
We say. wml iu jt)ur uamt. If you want to take advantage of our W
third oil" for oah," and are not Miure you eau gat jKtal not r-lJJ
iTiiivuiuoui muiuuu oi ruiimitrig, sonu ua your namo auu aiaie i r,
will remit at first opportunity. Thb will tutoure your Iwliig plaeed I
THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL OFFKR,
Rut a soild. peruuiueut redmHloa. We have ootue to stay.
"I recommend Castoria f or chljdrea's
complaints, as superior to any prescripts
known to me." II. A. Ancnra, M. D.t
111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N.T,
Ckhtadk Company, 77 Murray St., KewYork.
EQUAL TO IT? NOW ROLL.