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The representatives of the Republicans ol
the state of Oregon in convention assembled,
call attention to the condition of industry
throughout the country, as a proof of the
necessity of returning to the policy of the Re
publican party under which there was general
prosperity during thirty years.
We reaffirm the principles of the Republi
can national platform ol 1892, nnd nsiTi lint
thsrctult that have followed the change de
creed by the election of that year have ju.it
ficd our protest against the national policy
sJopied by the Democratic party.
We believe thut the government bliould
lure an ample revenue, with a sufficiunt mir
plus over ordinary expenditures to provide for
cant defences, for the steady building up of
th: navy, and for the constant reduction of
the public debt We believe that the present
Uiiir, with its layered rates and its denruo
lite and dishonest system of undervaluations
and discriminations as to localities, should be
replaced by one framed on protective princi
ples similar to that of the McKinlcy bill and
ai ringed to give amplo protection to Ameri
can wares and American industry, and to re
store the reciprocity policy of James G.
We have always given protection to our
shipbuilders. In late years we have neglected
to protect our shipowners. Wc believe tbo
lime has come to restore to the policy of
Washington and Hamilton, which, by dts
criminatlng duties in favor of American bot
toms, secured 90 per cent of our carrying
trade to American ships, nnd which, it now
restored, would again revive our shipping and
cause American freights to be paid to Amcri.
The American people, from tradition and
interest, favor blmetallsm, and the Republi
can party demands the uso of both gold and
silver as standard money with such restrict
ions and under such provisions to be determ
ined by legislation, as will secure the main
tenance ofthe parity of values of the two
metals, so that the purchasing and debt-pay.
lag power ofthe dollar, whether of silver,
gold or paper, shall be at all times equal.
The Interest of the producers of the country
its fanners and its workingmen demand
that every dollar, paper or coin, issued by
the government shall be as good as any other
Resolved, That we earnestly endorse the
PrPd amendment to the constitution of
the United States, providing for the election
recently reported from the committee on
pnvueges and elections by Senator Mitchell
and now pending consideration In the United
Resolved. That thnnnnllrnltnnnf li Dro.
SM'HeB?ticm m congress to the president of
tne United State nnd now rwnrllnn' Ivforo
him. praying a modification of bis procla.
"Hon creating the Cascade forest resenre, is
Kby earnestly approved, and we appeal to
w president to grant the prayer of our dele
tion in congress.
7e 'eMe the importance and magnitude
..i .!nE industry on the Columbia river
a would recommend that some provisions
e for a state hatchery for artificial
Propagation, and that the laws regulating the
ed season be rigidly enforced .
' lwe endorse the efforts of our reure
Ik. .7 in conEf ess lo secure repayment to
e settlers cf Oregon of the excess of $ US
mJ? wronSfu,1yco":ied Tiy the governt
? on, !?nd ,oced in the limits of the
forfcl d Padf,c raUrosd land ""
ol??.' Stwtion ol the Nicaragua canal is
of W"' importance to the American
C?,e V b?,'h M a measure of national defense
Z I, ,lld UP aDd maintiin American com
to. ili moreover of spectallmportance
"our Pacific states and wc demand Its
kX on Pdy " possible by the
lWeni of the UnIld Sta
bA.. jrendorse the action of our tena
eS ,ePre$entatlves Incongress In their
IaiiaT" ' iUeurc Brants rf pensions to
iJSlle?e.,he Republican party to a rigid
omy In the expenditure of public rooneyi
ab!,.k ul0lJ o excessive salaries; and the
tS.MfWltJof,,hc fee J"1 whenever
beh...'i.and of a11 usc'o-,v commissions; and
r"! that no DDronilallL nbnnl.l hr maAn
ki " .
should be made
or charitable institution noH
ttanit.. T . . r cnaniaoie institution not
JeUon Into the general appropriation
ttZ;"emfof the expenditure of public
ViiA. -"'nicu uy taw.
We demand the enactment
kJOJontn Mtment of rigid restnet
- lortign immlEration.both fororotectlon
diLtM7 acam,t "literate and vicious
t wTllw!? forKn I""! and for protection
peoDi. I? r.and Preservation to our own
j5 oi the remainder of our national
Ve coajmend th? policy of the Republican
ell ..iel,wn to internal fmprove-
' panlcular In
"iherahw!!fC0Dme,ce nd we denounce the
fortiM 2,?; D"oeratlc party In these m-
OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR SALEM PICINCT, NO. 1, MARION COUNTY, JONR 1, 1896.
Mark between the numberand name of each candidate or answer voted for.
fc3 JL C3 t cLx.
FOR CONGRESS-Flrot Dlatrlct-
Vote for One
12. X. Q. CHltlSTKXSOX, or Ynmhlll Couuty Prohibition
JBKFUHSOX MYUUS of Linn County Dotnociatlc
Thmn.iH II. Tousle, of AVashlnluiiTcmiity"J..-..-Vltopitbllciiii
W. 8. VANDKltllUllG. of Coob Comftv " . ' PpotiIcm.
FOR SUPREME JUDGE-
Vote for One
1(1 -f Roberts. Hcan, of Lane county Republican
17. JOHN nullNETT, ot Uentoii County TT77T7. Domocratlc!
18. .TOSIOPlfaARTOX, oTMultnoinniT(untj .7.". .". ..". T,ooik'!.
QPHHIH.ID 0-TJIDIOIL.ILi DISTRICT.
FOR PRO&eXUTING ATTORNEY-
Vote for One
r&ffi Joltn A. Carson, of Marlon county Kcriublican
Sninucl L. Haytlen. of Marion county Democratic
Vote for Five I FOR CLERK
Vote for One
21 II. L. Bnrkley KopubHcnn
'1-1 H- David Cml .'.".' Ucibilcan
23 E. W7chapmnii -.- T-.llapubiicnn
1 45 L. V. Eiilen, of Marlon county . .:. Republican
1 4(1 It. II. Lcabo, of Marlon county. - Peoples
24 McKinlcy Mitchell
25 -f J. N. Sm'ltli . -. .
20 John Uuync, of Marlon county Democrat
27 W. J.lJ'Arcy, or Marlon county Democrat
28 L. D. Smith, of Marlon county Democrat
20 Benton P. Taylor, of Marion county Democrat
ao S. "W. Weaver, of Marlon county
Vote for One
F. R. Davis, of Marion county- Democrat
41) l' W. Waters, of Marlon counoy
R. R. Ryan, of Marlon county - Peoples
Vote for One
.'II GcorKc P. Cadwcll, of Marion..
II. Cleveland, of Marlon county . Peoples
K. L. Hibbard, of Marlon county -. Peoples
T. J. McClary, of Marlon county Peoples
!'. A. Myers, cf Marlon couuty Peoples
50 George L. Drown, of Marlon county Peoples
51 W. II. Downing, of Marlon county . Democrat
52 -f- Jap Min to, of Marlon county Republican
Vote for One
53 -f J. W. Hobart, or Marlon county Republican
54 John II. Lewis, of Marion county . Democrat
T. Y. McClcllan, of Marion county - - Peoples
FOR COUNTY, JUDGE- Vote for'One
30 E.J. Harding, of Marlon county Democrat
37 G. P. Terrell, of Marlon county Republican
38 I. M. Wagner, of Marlon county Peoples
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER- Vote for One
30 J. N. Davis, of Marlon county.. Republican
40 Francis Feller, of Marlon county
41 Ingcbret Larson, of Marlon county Peoples
Vote for One
42 F. W. Durbln, of Marlon county Democrat
43 G. W. Hunsakcr, of Marlon
41 -f- F. T. Wrlghtman, of Marion county . . Republican
FOR SCHOOL SUPERIHTENDENT-
Vote for One
Herbert W. Copcland, of Mnrion county-. Peoples
57 4- George W. Jones, of Marlon county Republican
-W. B. Sanford, of Marlon county Democrat
Vote for One
S. 11. Burford, Jr., of Marlon county People
CO B. II. Horrlclc, Jr., of Marlon county - Republican
Vote for One
01 A. M. dough, of Marlon county Republican
T. L. Golden, of Marlon county Peoples
03 John D. Shaw, of Marlon county , Democrat
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE-
Vote for One
04 J. It. Falrbank, of Marion county
05 II. A. Johnson, Jr., of Marlon county . Itepubllcan
Vote for One
00 F. Van Patton, of Marlon county -- -..Democrat
(17 aTt. Wain, of Marlon county Republican
of a day.
Go east over the Burlington and
you will reach
Omaha 17 hours sooner
Kansas City lo hours sooner
than the man who takes any
Possibly you doubt this, but
It is true just the same.
Get one of our folders, oren
It look at the map In It and
you will understand why it is
Tickets and time tables at the
local ttcket oflice.
onc-hal aaz or 8CHC.
kM M UK. JlAEdard for fortr jmm and'
, U sot popular to-oar uj erw peiure.
i u Hi tal oirantsxlnii ootrder tMAuUfrUiZ.
1 rsfrsikkK. otMclr. bMlUifal nnd banaleu. .
nasiin ami wvj i-m
1 AT BBUOQlSTS VANCY BTOBB8.
0. R. &. N. CO.
TO THE EAST GIVESfl THE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis St'Paul and Den
ver Omaha and Kansas Ciiy.fc.Lovr- rates to
Portland San francisco.
Steamers leave Alusworth dock. I'ortlan d
May 17, 22, 27 and June 1,6, u, 16, 21, 26
Fare Cabin, $5; steerage, (2.50.
iLLAMrrre river division.
Steamers Ruih and Elmore for Portland
dally except Sunday at lo a, m.
For Corvallis daily except Sunday at 2:30
For Eugene Monday and Thursday at 2:3.
Lowest freight and passenger rates, Round
trip tickets very cheap. Tickets sold and
baggage checked through to all points with
out extra transler charges.
Foi full details callon'Bolst & Barker
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address.
b W. II. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or
For full detain call on or address
G, M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest. Local gent.
CAKl'ET PAPER-Large Jot ol heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jut
the thing for putting under carpets. Call at
p. O. NEWS STANP.-Local Subscription
Agency for all newspapers and magazines.
Fine atock ol cigar h and confectionery. F. Vf,
Miller, Prop. '4 tf
& Si. Paul By.,
tef. PAUL J
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GLANCE AT THIS MAP.
Of the "Chicago, "Milwaukee Jand (,8t. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and remember when going cut that its trains
re lighted with electricity a .id healed by
steam. Its equipment isiupeib. Elegant
BufTet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car hcith has an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars are the best In the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux.
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of 'The Milvrau
kce." Coupon ticket agents in every rail,
road office will give yon further Information,
TC. J. EDDV. General Agent,
I. W. CASEV, Trav, Pass. Agent.
Havo You 9en
tha w Poxzowr Ptnrr Boyf It j fflvra !
frco with caeh box of Powdtr. Atk for U.J
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train Run dan between
Portland and San Francisco.
8150 p. m.
1 1 :oo p. m.
10:45 n m-
Tri Portland at.
Iv ' Salem Iv,
ar. San Fran, lr,
10 1 p m
6:00 a, u
7:00 p. m
Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
Iltv, Wcxdburu, Salem, Turner, Marion,
Jefferson, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent
Shedds, Halsey, Harrlsburg, Junction City,
Eugene, Creswtll, Drain, and all station
from Roscburg to Ashland, inclusive.
ROSEIiUKC MAIL DAILY.
Tv. Portland ar.
Iv. Salem lv.
ar. Itoacb'g lv.
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem Iv,
DINING CARS ON OODEN ROUTE
to all points In the Eastern btatcs, Canada
pc can be obtained at lowest ratei
W.W. SKINNER, Agent. Salem.
and Europe can be obtained
K.V. ROGERS. Aset. G. F. & I'
for Infants and Children.
HIRTY yastra o'bMrgittea ef CarU wlik ifco yarMg at
BdllloMa of yeram, yarsatt e ayxJt t it trlflawit gtt .
It la aaqweatlewat'blr th- fcoat rem Ay w Iafiwata m& ChtMrwi
the woria ha ayar kaewa. It la harmlaaa. ChtlJram lllm It. It
srfrea ihet liealU.. It will astva thatf llvaa. Xn it Mfcthara liava
stemtitklHg chloh 1 aiolataly aafa avMii yraetleallr yapfeet ma s
Caitorla deatrey "Wonwa.
Caatorla allay jFayartakaaaa.
Catorla prcvoBt vomttiasr Sour Card. ,
Caatoria carca Dlarrhcaa aaa Wfaaa Oalle,
Caatorla rollavoa Tactatwsr Troatalca.
Cnatorla onrwa Contipatloa aaA Flatglaaey.
Oaatorla Montrallaoa the otfeota ef carTboalo aclA gaa er yjjafwa ak.
Caitorla dooa not coBtala monahlaa. onlaia. or other aaroatto yreyarty.
Oaatorla aa-tnilIatoa the food, rcgalatea the atawaoh aaA howala.
gtvlag healthy aail wataral along.
Oaatorla la pnt bt la oae-ataa hattlei aaly. It la Hot aelil fa haHr.
Poa't allow asr oho to aall yea aaythLag elae e the plaa eg yremlae
that It ia " jaat aa stood" aad " will aaawar every pHraaao.
Bee that yon pet C-A-S-T'O-H-I-A.
Children Cry for tItchtrvs Cattokla.
and AXLE GREASE
Hardware, Stoves and Tkiware,
GARDEN HOSE, o A T TTAf no BICYCLES.
LAWN SPRINKLERS. SAJLvtlIVl, OlX. SUNDRIES.
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING MOTEL OF THE CITY.
Keducedfratcs. Management ltberat, 1 Electric cars leave hoiel (or all public buildings
and points oljintercst. Special rales will be given to permanent patrons,
A. I. WAGNERi
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
E). C, HANSEN, MANAGER.
Onlyjint Iiomsm usj.I. Satisfaction Ruaranteel. Stablo luck ol 'State Insurance', block
FOR SflLL; GtW.
Most desirable location, Inquire at this office,
II RftggBFHe R.Bt,
V wi aWaMaf ssi am . iia ii waaaaaaaPiaa mtrm
Pullman Slcoplh- Cars
Tourist Sleooln0, Cara
To Hi. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, (targo,
;uranu lorki, t.rooiuion, Winnipeg,
Helena and lluttc,
To Chicago, Washrngton, Philadelphia, New
YorK, iioston, ana an voinu
East and South
(SJFor information, time cards, maps ajl
tickets, call on or wrlln 'r
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
265 Commercial srrect, Salem, Or.
A. Dj Charlton, At. Gen'l, raw. Act.,
MoirlsorFtt,, corner Third Portland, Or.
Eastern R, R. Company
IYAQUINA HAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yanuina Ray with the Sa
Francisco & Yaqulna l)ay Steamship Co.
Sails from Yanuina every 8 days for San
Francisco. Coos Ray, Port Orford, Trinidad
and I lumbal t Hay.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or polntt west to San
Francisco 1 Cabin, $6; steerage, $4 J to Coos
Day and Port Orford, cabin $0; to Humboldt
Hay, cabin 8; round trip, good 60 days, spe
cial. RIVER DIVISION.
Steamers "Albany" and Vm. M. Uoag,"
newly furnished, leave Salem dally, except
Saturdays, at 11 a m., arriving at Portland
the same day at 5 p. m. Returning boats
leave Portland same day as above At 6a. rr.
arriving at Salem at 3 p, m.
EDWIN STONE, Sdanacer, Ccrvallis, Or.
J. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. 11ALDW1N, Local Agent.Altona Dock
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