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SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1883.
TIIK OIXAI'HKI BTItlKK.
Tim ilisnutcliw of yesterday Htated
llini "(liuro ww a nroHnectof the
.-..( utrllfo i-miilllir to nil Ctlll. If
the striker go Imck upon tho tormn
)Ul)llfIiefl 111 the cllatmtclicx, it win
lio iw nonruii unconditional Burren-
,Wn tuMwllili'. Not only arc tho
2,m railroad employees of tho Read
ttifr rn.nl wliii WPllt OUt. Illld Wt'TO
uftonviinlri Hiiininiirlly discharged
with n notleo than they should nev
er aualn have work upon tho roiul,
abandoned and left to Heck employ-
mout and wngeti olnewliere but tho
minor go Imck without obtaining u
single conwtwlon. Tho manago
uiont iironilHUH that when tho Htrlk
uraiiront work, It will consider any
of their gilevuiicoK, Including the
rat of wugw; even thlH Ih coupled
Wltli tho condition that they fliiall
not mtk for more than Ih paid by
other corporations, and shall not ob
ject to the dlHuhnrgu of any one
who linn, during tho tdrlke, attempt
ed fi Intimidate tlire employed to
tako the place of striker. Thin Ih
ojcuotly what tho mauagern have of
fured from tho beginning and exact
ly what LuwIh Haiti the miners
would never aeeepl.
In a word, the utrlken have
.gained alwoltitely nothing, and all
the low and fullering which has
followed their lll-advlwd and foolish
movement him nothing to oflk't it.
Theyhnvo Indicted noiuo dnmuge
illKiii tlio oornnratiuu, reduced them-
mlvtw almost to (starvation and hit
jkmI u hmvy tax, not only Umii
thwir follow workmen who have
been willed upon to contrlbuto to
(heir yupport, but upon thoUKanda
who have Ik-oh thrown out of
employment elsewhere, and upon
atU who have had to buy coal during
tho time; and nHu riwult have met
with u crushing defeat, which will
go further to tlentoy the power of
thoKulghtH of l.tilmr iihmii orguitlra-
Hon than nu thing that has oc
curred since tlie order was founded,
Thlduould uot have ImpiHmcd If
tliotrikirHhad hud Just cause for
their netlon, It Ih otuy to wy that
the untwine 1 u triumph of might
ovw right, that tlioy have simply
yloldwl toovorpouerlng ft)r, hut
If tliu)1 had been right they could
not lumTbecn Uwituu. If tlioy hnd
Mil Hlmply sensible and reasonable,
public opinion would have unstained
them, and nubile opinion Is, after
Hit, the most potent factor In a
atnifBjle of this kind. It in to be
lwn In mind tliut thU strike was
not liwuifiinited to obtain Iwttor
wh or bttw twmtment, hut to
tMtahlteh the ehilmel right of the
WWHJkUon to which the railroad
aitw UkuiKwl, to dietHte to their
HmitaywH whom tliev should ,....
;;-ii'ud with whom they should do
i' tTIia S.IKXI Ulttti wliii milt -,irlf t
fUiolmglnHhiK uwde mi wmplalnt
iiMtuiwyvww overworked or u
nir wiu, and their only grievance
m www uie uotttung raiinitul was
delivering 1 to other eotirutloiw
uiai wniuojwi non-union helv
'NVhwitheiw iiiwi wr dlsshurgvd
?wl their i4tmM Hlil there wiw
WWl tt dwiwiid for their ralntitate.
?HM, mm when tliU whh met by
Htt UHniUlllflt IMAluil Ilia lili..I
'lirw down tlwlr pleku. Th.
It U tnte, h imnv wiUtantlal
ifM tlwn the ndlroml ImiuU. for
& dwiwnded more py, but It haa
m wtty gHnlly umlentood
Uhit thalr ttrike wwrnwinly to tw4
ih twin ihh In ettforelHg tnnlr
iljUHmil tm thwt the ((HwthMi of
X might lure mn mmAy
I If ttwt Utwl heeM titt mx
It IkmmmUim to iwy tki Mwk a
MlHtHS far Mk h pwias, vnw anWr.
wmhlMfWiwi, imI ttwi U Ua Merer
ipw w 9w f iwjpjwbbb m nw w
Umm ANT wlw iNMMAt It WM M.
kNMfUy bttpm mwl imrrM m.
mm aggggg ia: . - ,inrftii fendonoy sIl "" n 1 T
Many of the railroad men ateolutc
. i vunr thn orders ci
iy reiueeu w "j --- ,u
master workmen and walking
delegates, and it luw beon apparent
tbatavory Urge majority of the
Winers wore entirely willing to ro
Uirn as soon a it was safe for them
in do o.
Aiw.ni twomontlifl ago the Ban
m i rMirnnlfila uttered a hot
nrnfnst aEainst cigarette pictures
a r.rot i,n filMrette manufacturers
nut into the packages portraits of
i..a il.nrn tfnra
popular actrosBee, out iu -
not what tho clgaretto purchasers
desired, for they were modest por
traits. Tho portraits were thon so
lectcd from the dives, and the pic
tures wore made full length views
of Immodest women In immodest
attire and postures. The result Ihas
boon that the sale of the cigarette
packages has enormously Increased
because tho cultivation of vicious
tastes enlarge the class of purchasers
who buy simply to fcccuro the lewd
Dlctures. The sale of thebe articles
Tho evil of such vile and lewd
pictures circulating with perfect
freedom among boys and some
times, it may be feared, among
girls cannot bo overestimated or
overstated. Children are only too
nulck to receive Impressions, espec
ially If they are In tho direction of
matters forbidden tbein, ana tne
barriers of purity and modesty
which tender parental care and
painstaking education have reared
about them aro first tuidcrmlncd
and then swept away altogether by
tho Hood of vice which finds its
Bource and fountainhead. In just
such things as these pictures.
AN AllMIKAllLK 8UOGI1STWN.
El). Capital Joitiinai.. I havo
more than once been "taken in and
done for" by ex-con vlcts, whom I
havo tried to belp make a professed
ly new start on tho road to honesty
and virtue. Jlut It Is hard to preach
to them about christian philan
thropy and then refuse substantial
help when It looku like risking a few
dollars. Thon occasionally an en
couraging circumstance occurs. Not
long ago, u young man, the son of a
hard drinking woman, called at my
houso to express his evidently sin
cere thanks for Uttlo acts of consider
ation and for kindly meant advice
given whllo ho was In tho peniten
tiary. An wo sat together ut dinner
ho told mo moro of his history-
early fatherless, with a drunken
mother, without education, pushed
out Into tho world to do for himself,
ho fell Into bad Jways and company
and was convicted of stealing in
company with others. Startlug by
the first train after his release to a
Job of work, scoured him by a rel
ative, a woman, God bless her, ho
had hastened direct to show his ap
preciation of somo little kindnesses,
lie asked for nothing and was with
dilllculty constrained to come In
and eat a meal Just ready. Hut
what struck mo most was that
while he had, soon after Incarcer
ation readily signed a pledge of total
abstluuucc I presented to film, and
deolurod himself completely broken
of tho habit of chewing and smok
ing, ho regretted that, during tho
nearly two years of his imprison
ment, he had never Ihxmi taught to
road or wilta Surely Imprison
ment should uini tu bo reformatory
a well as punitive, and there should
be a paid teacher and moral Inst mo
tor, not to say a chaplain, to glvo at
Itcat the rudiments of education to
the illiterate who find their way
there. In somo penitentiaries thore
are Sunday schools und religious
service regularly conducted by
volunteer philanthropists. Hut since
Hither J. 1.. Parrish's health fulled
they ure scarce, here, ami the only
uvallablo hour on Sundays occurs
when the ministers are all ougoged
In church services. Other ponlten
thirlutt Imve schools or ulassoa or
other means of mental mid moral
Improvement. T do uot know that
the present superintendent has any
power or opportunity lu this dl
reetlou, but should not the next leg
Ulaturv bo urged to move In this
J. W. W.
Wuv wouldn't It to a good pton
to U&xv wwtther Hugs with "oold
wv,M "wnrnwr," "rain," "snow,"
t., oil them In plain Uiutllah?
Thin trying to kw the nresMit
Ing what thoy mean, U werwe tlum
working out Donnelly's olpliw or
will to kohl at lVrtknd MarohaSili,
It k ira)w4 to HamUMl h MX
WL Ttw ibNMmtl jphh ef
Mm ttoto )l 6mh to have a Madly
fcMa aiMi r moett wml for tlw
. umnnni1ant8 of 4
among amaujur wiy -
newspaper to give opinions In place
of news They imagine thatuoth
ing which really tako place is so
important as what they think about
Bomethlng. Correspondenta of the
Capital Journal will ploosoput
in a period when they tell tho news.
DOXVH ON TUB TAltlFK
Wm. M. Hilleary, secretary of the
Marion county Pamina Grunge has
received the following letter from U.
S. Senator J.N. Delph:
V. M. HlLLKABY,
Sec. Pomona Grange,
Dear Sir: I am Just in receipt of
your favor of the 13th lust incfos ng
preamble and resolutions adopted at
the regular meeting of tho Marion
county l'amona unuigi-, u."j
l.ol.l nf Wnndliuril.
I am strongly In favor of the pro
tection of American Industries and
American labor. I shall not will
ingly consent, hi any revision of the
tarilV to a reduction of the present
tariff upon wool, or upon any otner
articlo which will, in my Judgement,
injure or destroy any of the great
Industries of the Pacific coast. I
was much pleased to see by the Ore
gon papers, anil to be officially notl-
lleu ot ine acium i " w(j.
Verj' truly yours,
J. N. DoM'ii.
fI,t. 10B KKPnBMCAN fONVEMION
A republican convention for the
state of Oregon Is called to meet at
tho city of Portland, Oregon, on
Wednesday, the 11th day of April,
A. D. 1888, at 11 o'clock a. in.,
for tho purpose of nominating can
didates for the following officers,
to-wit. Representative In congress,
three presidential electors, supreme
judge and district officers, and to
Belect six delegates to attend the
national republican convention,
and to transact such other business
as may properly come before the
convention. The convention will
consist of 209 delegates, apportion
ed among the several counties as
linker 5 1-ako 2
IJcnton- 7 Liino 10
Cluckamas 0 Linn 10
CIntAOP 7 Malheur 2
Columbia Marion H
Coos 7 Morrow 5
Crook 4 Multnomah 30
Curry S Polk 6
Douglas 0 Tillamook 8
Ollllam 5 Umatilla 10
Grant tt Union 8
Jackson 7 Wallowa i
Josephine 4 Wonco 9
Klamath 3 "Washington 8
YamhlU -I- 8
Tho same being one delegate at
larKO from each county ana one
doleimto for every 150 voters and
one for every fraction over one-half
tiiereor, cast tor lion, umger iier-
manu. congressman, at tue last
general election. The committee
recommend that the primaries be
held March 31, 1888, aid tho
county conventions April 4, 1888,
unless otherwise ordered by the
county central committee.
Republican electors and voters of
tho state, without regard to past
political affiliations, who bellove In
the American principle of protect
ive tarift'and dignifying American
labor, giving free, popular educa
tion to tho masses of tho people,
eflectuully protecting all human
rights In every section of our coro-
mon country, anu wno itcsire to
promote frieudly feeling and per
manent harmony throughout the
state by maintaining a government
pledged to theso objects and prin
ciples, aro cordially Invited to unlto
In selecting delegates to tho repub
lican state convention. Respect
fully submitted, L. T. MnowN,
W. R. Ellis,
II. B. Millku.
W. M. Simpson.
H. K. DuUois. Jok DuItoL?.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From II to m per day.
HAI.KM, . . OHBOON.
T K.WK OUDHIW AT LANCET UV-
XJ ry Stable
auic. oinier OI BIAle
ilc corner nf Hi
e and Com.
or on unit at corner State and Pkun.
p-MUTAJ, lOWlH, Na U. I. a O. T
n. n.vTeM,t, a. i. Lmiriu.t, wTa ?,
AtteatioH, Proklbitionists !
WK PMOUIBmON PRIMARY CON.
tLHLfertii. wirnnM of gSlu
W (M MNMUf BMUllB. auJ
wow , 4TWIIKV 1MMMtM
T i JCK.
H. J MutrnoM vi-Prel(lent
Ih & COOft. . Treasurer
The OreffooLafld Comp'ny
advertising in al or theeamnncui
buyers come to buy g c00K( ManBger
II. J. MiNTnonw, AwUtont.
School District No. 24.
mllB ANNUAL ELECTION OF SCHOOL
I fiigtrict No. 2L Marlon county, Ure
,4,, "ill behVldon'tho second Monday of
JInrch, that being
Monday, March 12. 1888.
At Kkkp'jj Opera House,
For the purpose of electing one (1) School
Director to Bold for the term of three (3)
?earan4 School Clerk for the term of
onyeai. Polfi open at 2 o'clock, p, m.,
and close at 6 o'clock.
tt P- t',TCc'hair:m?n.DAViD:SMrN.fc
i i Multitude of People
Are dallj flocking to KELLER t SONS,
The Grocers, and making purchases from
their large stock of goods. In teas ana
coffees you can buy a One article, while In
sugars you can get extra C, cube, granu
lated, powdered or
We are sure we can please you In prloe,
quality and quantity. Convince yourself
by leaving a sample order. Nearly eery
A FREIGHT TRAIN
Comes steaming Into Salem and has more
or less goods for us. We keep everything
In the grocery, crockery and glassware
line. When the price of any article
We give ou the benefit. Our stock 1r now
complete. We have a room
By 25, which Is filled with now goods
KELLER &. SONS,
Specialties in Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
Raisins, Persian Dates,
J01, Commercial Street.
Will bap the largest boom this
Millinery aud Fancy Goods
Ker known. Look out tor our large
Primaries,Convntions and Precinct Clubs.
uuirbm on March mh.at t o'clixslcp.Tiu.
and the county conientlon. on Friday, the
5rd of March, at 10 o'cloek.ia. uu, In Salem.
u.dlfl!breot.l)relnc,s entlUed to the
following number of delegated :
South Salem 11 llavall lmirU
North Ralem 12 Marion 2
Bast Halem rwflui.i 2
AumavUte a AurorsiL. 1
JeflfMrn 4 Fklrflold i
MWHwlty 6 Uibkh "" j
1 Tatal us
Kgt,i4lh MM Otlht 6flUte
T. L. ODU.atalMuuL.
1 W. M'. IMJKR,
T K HAYKH,
BOOM ! HI ! !
The Marlon County Democratic (Central
(mmttte met In 8alem. February nth.
1SS. ana wt the time Ibrbolrtlmr iI,h!
'E3aQ3ffl5Jf7 j Vjfj JiPl jK
p. w a-' " ' '
J. D. McCtally,
at9 COMMERCIAL STREET,
WM. BROWN &l CO.
ato and Findings !
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pelts and Furs.
No. 231 CommerclalJ3treet,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
DON'T YOU FORGET IT!
ti mi mm i'T J
At ttie QpaFsi Hpuse cirrier,
ARE DAILY RECEIVING
New Dress Qoodsj -k'
New Prints, I
And are eolllng the same
rag Yoiip Families
Room for everybody, and tho most obliging c tajjflr.
Vill take Chickens, Butter and Eggs on AccqunL
First National Bank
wM N IjADUE, - - - Vruildeot.
Sft ,'3. tBYNOLbS, - VIcoPaArtU
1 Exchange on Portland, Son 1 Franctogp,
'New York, Iondon nnd, Hong Kong
boiiKht and sola. """, w"" bull vJ
SrliTnta bought. Farmora arc oordlarjy
lnritcd to deposit und transact buslnesti
wltti us. Liberal aavanccs ipaatj on.
SAat, wool, hops and othqr PTOMrtr M
raosl rename miiui.
A FINE LINE OF
- - SALEM, OREGON .
1 "..iAN 1
at their usual Wp&.
and Sky Aifeil'W;
2 w T . ".