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PEOPLE'S PARTY PLATFORM.
Declaration of Principles Adopted by the
1 he People's party assembled In national
convention reaffirms Us allegiance to the prin.
rinlei declared 1V the founders of the Kemib.
lie, and also to the fundamental principles of
jutt government as enunciated in the platform
of the party in 1892. Wo lecognize that,
through the connivancu of the preceding ad.
ministrations, the country has reached a crisis
in its miional life as predicted in our declara
tinn four years ago and that prompt and ps.
tnolic action is the luprems duty of the hour.
Ve realirs that while we have political Inde
pendence, our financial and ludustrial indc
pendence is yet to tie obtained by restoring to
our country the constitutional control and ex
ercise of the functions necessary to a people's
government, which functions have been base
ly surrendered by our public seivants to cor.
porste monopolies. 1 he influence of Euro
pean money changers has been more potent
in shaping legislation than the voice of the
American people. Executive power and pat'
ronage have been used to corrupt our legisla.
tures and defeat the will of the people, and
plutocracy has thereby been enthroned upon
the ruins of Democracy. To restore the
government Intended by the fathers and for
the welfare and prosperity of this and future
generations, we demand the establishment of
an economic and financial system which shall
make us masters of our own aflatrs and inde
pendent of European control, by the adoption
of the following declaration of principles:
First We demand a national money, safe
and sound, issued by the central government
only, without the Intervention of banks of
Issue, to be full legal tender for all debts,
private and public, a just, equitable and
efficient means of distribution direct to the
people and throughout the lawful disburse
menu of the government.
Second Vie demand tho free and unre
stiicted coinage of silver and gold at the
ptcsent legal ratio of 16 to I, and without
willing for the coasentof foreicn nations.
Third We demand the volume of circulaU
ing mtdium be speedily increased to an
amouit sufficient to meet the demands of the
buiineii and the Population of this country
r-ml to restore the just levM of prices of labor
aim r uucuou,
rtiunli We denounce the sale of bond
and the increae of the public liueiest bearing
debt made by the present admininration as
unnecessary ana without authority of law,
and we demand that no moro bonds be issued
except by specific act of congress.
tilth We demand such legislation as will
pies em ine uemonettsation of the lawful
111 ncy of the United States by private con
tract. bixth We demand that the government In
tue payment or its obligations shall use Its
option as to the kind of lawful money in
which they are to be paid, and we denounce
the present and preceding administrations lor
surrendering this option to the holders of
government obligation securities.
Seventh We demand a graduated Income
i, 10 me enu mat aggregated wealth shall
bear its lust proportion of taxation, and we
regard the recent decision of the supreme
court relative to the income tax law as a
misinterpretation of the constitution, an In.
V i ''ie ''Eh'"' powers of congress over
imc auujcci 01 taxation.
Eighth We demand that postal savings
banks be established by the government for
the safe deposit of the savings of the people
nd to facilitate exchange.
flrsu-Transportatlon being a means of
exchange and a public necessity, the govern,
ment should own and operate the railroads In
the Interest of the people on a non partisan
bisls, to the end that all may be accorded the
"me treatment In transportation, and that the
tyranny and political power now exercised by
the great railroad corporations, which result
In the Impairment, if not the destruction of
the political rights and personal liberty of the
ciUien, may be destroyed. Such ownership
to bo accomplished gradually in a manner
consistent with sound public policy.
Second, The interest of the United States
In the public highways built with public
money and the proceeds of extensive granta
of land to the Pacific railroads should never
nave been alienated, mortgaged or sold, but
guarded and protected for the general welfare
provided by the laws organising such rail,
road;. The foreclosure of existing Hens of
the United States on these railroads should
t enee follow default in the payment thereof
ty the debtor companies, and at the fore-
)?luK ",e of toii road lbe government
snail puichase the sane, If Jt becomes neces.
ry to protect its interests or If they can be
durchased at a reasonable price, and the
Eovernment shall operate said railroads as
public highways for the benefit of the whole
Pople and not in the Interest of the few,
under suitable provisions for protection of life
ml properly, giving to all the transportation
interests equal privileges and equal rates for
lres and freights.
Third-We denounce the present infamous
Kheraes for refunding the aaid debts, and
demand that the laws now applicable thereto
oe executed and administered according to
their true Intent and spirit.
.... urlh-;Tke telegraph, like the postoffice
Jem, being a necessity for the transmission
news, should be owned and operated by
we government In the interest or the people,
.fi 1 The troe policy demands that the
. ni ,nd legislation shall be such
wu I ultimately enable every prudent and
nduitrious cituen to secure a home and,
ifterefote, the laad should not be monopolised
or speculative purposes. All lands no held
d,h and tr corporations in excess
w their actual necls should, by lawful means,
i7i.i ,Be? hJ lbe government and for
"" ttlers only; and private land
Uplift tU " "en 0?rnWP' hcm"
foehJr-Wf ficndim tho faun's by whtch
Ihalan't crams In the I'nclSo rl'r. com
panleahave, through the wnnlv-iwe .il the
Interior deparinum r lW multitude of
bona fide settlers ol their home an I 1 in'
of their cla.m, and , .,.,.,., k,.,.Imi1
bv concrc s vlilcli nil ,,f .. 11. . - . .
Of mineral land Irum suili itia.hs alter a w-il
. as before natemlnu.
Third 'We deman I that Nina tid ' r
on ajl public lands i. gmnwu nee home, a,
provided in the nulunal huuiesietil l,iw, and
that na exception be Tifule in the cue iif In
dian reservations when op ne for iileintnt.
and that all lands not now patented come
under this demand,
We f..vur a systrm of direct legislation
tlnough the iniiiative and referendum und r
proper constltuilnniil safeguards.
First We demand the election nfntr.-.Un.
vico-presulens and United Slates senators by
direct vote nf the people.
Second Nt tender to the patriotic people
of Cuba our deepest sympathy in their urug
gle for political Ireedom and Independence,
and we believe the lime has come when the
United States, the great republic t f the
world, should recognise that Cuba Is, nntl of
light ought to be, a free and independent
Thlrdr-We favor home rule In the territo.
ries and the District of Columbia, and the
early admission of the territories as state?.
Fourth All public salaries should be made
to correspond to the price of labor nn.l li
Fifth Jin times of great Industrial depres
sion. Idle labor should be employed on publio
works as far as practicable.
Sixth The arbitrary course of the courts
In assuming to Irtprison citizens for indirect
contempt and rullnc them by injunctions
should be prevented by proper legislation.
Seventh, We favor just pensions for every
disabled Union soldier.
Eighth-Uelieving that the elective fran
chise and untrammled ballot are esssenltal to
a government of. for and by the people, the
People's party condemns the wholesale system
of disfranchisement adopted in some of the
states as un. Republican and un-Democratic,
and we declare it to bo the duty bf the several
state legislatures to take such action as will
secure a full and free and fair ballot and an
Ninth While the foregoing propositions
constitute the platform which our party stands
upon, aad for the vindication of which Its
organization will be maintained, we recognise
mat tno great ana pressing issue 01 the pend
inn camnalcn unon which the presidential
election will turn is the financial question, and
upon this great and specific issun between the
parties we cordially invite the aid and co
operation of all organitations aad citizens
agreeing with us upon this vital question.
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yioo Reward $ioo.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all Its
tages. and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutional disease, requires n constitutional
trearment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken
Inte nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the disease and
giving the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature In doing its
work The proprietors have so much faith in
Its curative powers that they oiler One nun
dred dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by drugglste, Tic.
When Baby waa alck, we gave her Castorla.
When aha waa a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When aha became lite, aha clung to Castorla.
Whan aha had Children, she cava them Castorla,
The dealer wlio says, "X liuve no
Hoc Cake soap," practically admit
that lie docs not sell llrst quality
goods. If ho says ho has something
"Just as t'ood" you will know at once
that ho Is trylhg to sell you an In
ferior article. There Is moro cloathlnjr
destroyed by poor soap tlmn by actual
wear, as tho free alkali rots the cloth.
Hoe Cake contains neither free alkali
nor worthless fllllup:.
John Lawrence, a stockman, was
found dead on tho ranKe, about 12
miles south of Union. There- was a
bullot n his head and a pistol lying a
few feet away. A coroner's Jury Is
investigating tho caso. In looks like
a case of suicide, but no cause can be
assigned for the rash act.
One'a physical ftelln , like the faithful
Mtter, search and point out plainly tha
tact of disease or health. . ,
If a man ia not ftellns; well and TJaoroua
if he ia Joainr flesh and vitality, If he a
listless, nervous, sleepless, he certainly la
aot well. The down bill roadm health
to sickness is smooth and declines rapidly.
At the first intimation of disease, the
wise man takea a pure, simple vegetable
tonic. It puU hl digestion Into good ac
Uve order and that puta the rest of his
body in order. The medicine that will do
thia la a medicine that ia good to take in
ny trouble of the blood, the digestion, or
the respiration, no matter how serious it
ay have become. .,-., ,
The medicine to taka la Dr. Plerce'a
Golden Medical Discovery. It ia a remark,
able remedy. It curea dlseaaea in a per
fectly natural way, without the use of
strona; drugs. It cures by helping; Nature.
It baa a peculiar tonic effect on the lining
..nknnH nf the stomach and bowels.
By putting tfaeae membranee into healthy
condition, stiaaulatts the accretion of the
various dletstire Jokes and furnishing; to
the blo4 the-preper purifyine properties,
it reach ot ver tie whole body and
drives dlstaaa-germs before It into the
ual excretory chanuela. It builda up
nn tnuscnlar eh, raakea the akin and
tfee eye bright
Dtv Plerce'a Golden Medical Discovery
hal&cen fonnd wonderfully efficacious is
the treatment of akin diseases eaenia,
tetter, emioelaa. aalt-rheutn from corn-
bob plmpla or fclotafcas to tha worst caaa
MOTHERS, Do You Know that rnc.
Sateman'a Drops, Godfrey'a Cordial, many eixalled 8oothlnff Byrups, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
o Vott Know that opium and morphine arc stupefy Ing narcotic poisons?
o You Know that In most countries Jru-rcUts arc not pcnulttcd toselt narcotics
without labeling them poisons ?
llo You sTiiowtlint you should not permit any medicine to be clvcn your child
unless you or your physician know of what It la composed f
To Vow Know that Caslorlalsn purely vegetable preparation, and that a llstot
Ha Ingredients is published with every bottle?
Io Yost Know that Castorla is the prescription of the famous Dr. 8atnuet ritcher.
hat it has been In use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castorla is now sold than
of alt other remedies for children combined ?
to You Know that the Talent Office Department of the United States, and of
other countries, liave Issued exclusive right to Dr. I'itchcr nud Ids nsslgus to use the word
" Cnstorln and Its formula, and that to imitate them is n state prison offense ?
no You Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection
was because Castorla had been proven to be absolutely liuritilcnn?
no You Know that 35 Uvcrnjio doses of Castorla are furrlshed for 33
ecu t n, or one cent a doe ?
no You Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest ?
Well, tlicae tlitiign are worth know lug. They are facta.
Children Cry for
Scaled bids for furnishing wood for
tho court hottbo will be received at
the olllco or tho county clerk until 2
o'clock p.m. on tho fitlt day of August,
A. T)., 1890, as follews: For 70 cords
of polo oak,and 20 cords of good, clear,
lurgo body Hr.
Bids, however, will not bo received
from ono party or Arm for more than
from live to fifteen cords of pole oak,
or for more than live cords of large
By order of the county court of
Marlon county, Oregon.
Dated atlSalem, Oregon, this 10th
day of July, 1800.
1j. v. jsiilkn,
10 dOt w3t
Another ono of the Johnson child
rcn, of Eugene died of diphtheria.
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stocc of I
Drusiics 01 an lanas in uic
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-MS acres lm
proyed farm land, 4 miles east of Salem, with
new house, new barn, running water; will
sell or trade for cheaper land. Address O.
M. Reeves, Salem, Or. 7 27 in
LOST. Ivory handled ladles umbrella he
tween boat landing and Oddfellows cementary.
Marked on handle Kate M, Buzick, Parties
please leavo at this office and receive reward.
WORK WANTED. An experienced girl
would like to obtain work in a small family.
Address A. 11. X. care Journal. a7-3 t.t
1-OR RENT OK SALE A 5-room house,
beside chamber; convenient for small family;
water service fiee. Inquire at 424 Winter st,
WORK WANTED By a first class licensed
engineer, who has had 20 years experience.
Address , care journal. 33 31"
FOR SALE-'Gentle family horse and good
top buggy cheap. Apply to t. w. scnuer,
South Commercial st.
WOOD ' WANTED-'feh cords of prime big
fir, ten cords of grub oak and ten cords split
ash. Address, with price, AAA,
office. 14 tf
THE 6REG"dN"fEXcTr&ll-rEllii Is now
reduced to 6.50 per dozen if the cash ac
companies the order. Per bottle 75 cents.
Send direct to the manufacturer, II. Klas,
Aumsville, Or. 7-9 m
IltRE'S VOUK CHANCE. A proprietor
wants to trade a good weekly newspaper office
In ?ood town for unincumbered improved Sa
lem property. No opposition. Good rea.
sons, iniormanou ai i- uiucc. u ,u u
VnU i A I KrrivlniT mare for sale at a bar-
galn; weight about 1 160; good traveler, In
quire Ol vvm. urown a u. y u
FOR SALE At a Bargain Fine resiclence
and earner lot, near city hall. For further
particulars Inquire at this office. J3tf
FOlCSALE OR RENIV-40 es land 1
miles out. Partly improved, wood and
pasture, good house, large barn, 2 acres
bearing orcbard.lot of small frult.good water.
vv,wi .tnmnicf can be had. Box lac.. Salem
HOME liOAKD.--Uood table board, with
home cooking, served in family style, only
12 a week. 105 Commercial street. 6-i2.lm
CARPET PAPER Larg? lot ol heavy
kwium vrannlntnaner lor -tie cheat). Tits
the thing for putting under carpets. CftU l
). H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a serially of fine repair work, Seth
Thomas clocks, etc, 215 Commercial Street
' la on every
A year and
a half ago
the Hurlington Route's New
Short Line to the Eaat and
South was opened for business.
During these 18 month,
thousands of travelers have
patronised it anl by so doing
nave not only saved much valu
able time but have gained new
ideas of how a railroad should
They have learned, amonc
other things, that Burlington
trains arc always on time; that
the Burlington's track is incom
parably superior to any other
in the west; that the phrase
Comfort. Sneed and Safety
means something ou the Bur
Omaha, Kansas City, St .Louts,
Write for information about
rates and trains.
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
ElegantSDinin Cars .
Tourist Sleeoin Carb
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dulutli, frargo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Butte.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, Boston, and all Points
East and South
For Information, time cards, maps and
tickets, call on or wrlto
THOMAS, WATT.& CO.
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Act.,
Morrison st.. corner Third Portland, Or.
omc-hai cize op eox
I has bn thfc jUndtrd for fortr 1n aod '
. u SBore pojiair vo-asr ibso ever oaiora.
I is tha ldul eomDlexloo trowder Uumtlrlnr. I
refraui'. cleDlra xiealtbful and brrul, "
A ooucw, invmui yivwiwu wj ut iam.
VOX tu srltcts Ire of cltawite.
1 AT DHUaaiBTB Am VAHOY 8TOBK8.
The Great One Cent Silver Daily The Qnly Associated Press
Silver Daily., jjj ir- ..,
Daily Capital, Journal $3 a Year WBeRfy-41.
POST THIS BILL:
WE DON'T WANT GOLD
nixnn in( ufA wnnt luitti irniii iniri fiilvnr. Thoro U not irold onouah In our country to nay onc-twontleth of tho debts
owing In this country. If you want
currency, destruction of values, and
& Si. Paul By..
3GLANCE AT THIS iY!AM
Of thtj Ch'earjo, -Mllwaukeo Jand ,St. Paul
lUilwsy and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha.
and remember when golni; east that Its tru'ns
are lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment Is .suptib. Klrgant
lluttel, library, smoKing nu siccihui; un,
with free recllnine chairs. Each sleepine
car bsithlas an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars are the best ia the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux.
urlous accommodations. These are sufficient
reason for the popularity ''The Mllwaii
kee." Coupon ticket agents' In tytry rall-i
road office will give yon further Information,
C. I. KUDY. uenerai Agent,
J.,W. CASEY, Tray.rPW. Agent.
' ' Portland
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sreu. All tho associated press pnpors in Oregon, except THE
JOURNAL, aro published In tho Intorest of tho gold standard.
Send 25c In silver for tho dally ono month.
The Oregon Press Monopoly
"Will not treat the restoration of silver fairly. It will not tell Iho
people tho truth. It dure not, Tako a fair paper thuttiglves'tho
people's sido as well as tho Wall street side. v
Are You a Patriot?
ilcln your country by circulating tho only Associated
In Oregon that advocates Y ,
Independent Bimetallism. '
All tho newsof tho rcat battloof tho peoplo for sliver. Advo
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is a falso charge whcievor tlio causo of frco colnago of gold and
Bllvor 10 to 1 Is moro discussed and host understood It is most pop
ular and strongest with tho peoplo.
Sixty Days for 50 Cents,
If you can't talk or wrlto for Bllvor read und mark articles and
send them to your neighbors and friends sixty hot shot for 50o.
Cheapest political ammunition in tlio country, fe'ond n silver
quartoror half dollar and try It. Tho people must bo educated
and It Is your duty to help do tills work for humanity.
ropudlatlon advocuto tho slnglo gold standard. It means contraction of our
repudiation. Investigate und you will bo convinced.
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TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOIC
Via Spokane Minneapolis atPaulnd Den.
yor Omaha and Kansas Cily.giLow rate! to
Portland San Fjancltco.
Steamers leave Alnsworth dock. Portland
July, 36, 31 and August 5, 6, 10, 15, 20, 35
Fare Cabin, $5; steerage, 12.50.
WILLAMFTTE RIVEK DIVISION.
Steamers Ruth for Portlsnd, Tuesday aud
Friday, at 7130 a. m.
For Corvallis Wednesday and Saturday at
5 P 'm.
Steamer Gypsy for Poetland, Wednesday
and Saturday at 7130 a. m.
For Corvallis, Monday and Thursday at 5
Lowest freight and passenger rates. Roond
trip tickets very cheap. Tickets sold and
baggage checked through to all points with
out extra trantler charges.
For full details call on Colsa & Darker
agents, Slm, Oicgorj, o address.
Gen'l Pas, Apt. Portland, Or
For full details call on or address
' G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest. Local Agent
For DeIIoy, ,, ,
for parity, and for Improvement of tbtom
Vlexlou noth'lng oquala I'osabxi'ail'owpaa!
11 t' !
Union Pacific System.
ihrough Pullman Palace Sleepars. (Tort;
Sleepera and Free; Reclining (Chain dally
Our trains are heated br?steajn and
lighted by Flntseh light. . rx. --'
lime to Chicago, 3 l-i Jays
Time to New York, 4 1-3 dayi.
Which is many hours quicker than ca
For rates', time tables aad full MtiformalW
BOISE ft JtAXKXit,
AjtaWta, Saba, Of.
R . W BAXTER, C. B. 810WN,
Ceneral Agent Plat, raaa. lmt
I3S Third Stftct, lJtiand.
Thaa RtaV P
Ana velvety aoftnesa et On aits faw
Mably otalne4 by tho wata awa rmtouAt
aolek I'omitt, Ii l '