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l tome Campaign Pigdres 'or Democrats and Popiilisls lo Struggle With. i - - Republicans rPas,Thei,n in Your Hats and , .Pull Them,.. MMMW am-.mifum i i.immm '63 "3 iCustotus f -frcrcnuor, v Excess of revenue over expenditure Excess of expenditure over revenue. $17l),01U,0ol28 170,417,810.88 101,-104,509.fiO 180,048,428.03 104,538,374.41 . 200,270,408.03 . 210,370,280.77 188,089,522.70 103,103,833.09 157,107,722.35 148,071,084.01 , 130,050,493.07 130,170,080.20 137,250,047.70 180,522,004.00 198,159,070.02 220,410,730.25 214,700,490.03 105,007,489.70 181,471,030.34 102,905,023.44 217,280893.13 210,091.173.03 223,832,741.09 229,008,584.57 219,522,205.23 177,452,901.15 203,355,010.73 131,318,530.02 152,158,017.45 8 37,223,203.07 133,091,333.11 28,297,798.40 ' 48,078,409.41 101,001,010.83 01,140,750.04 00,588,004.89 43,302,959.34 2,344,882.30 13,370,058.20 20,022,241.83 30,340,577.00 20,709,551.00 0,879,300.03 03,883,053.20 100,009,404.98 145,543,810.71 132,879,444.41 101,393,025.50 03,403,771.27 93,950,583.50 103,471,097.59 111,341,273.03 87,701,080.59 83,040,271.07 20,838,541.00 0,014,423.00 2,341,075.20 $ 27,529,904.43 15,584,511.10 7,005,990.50 23,030,714.50 422.774.303.48 002,013,434.22 C00,GT,870.37 903,840,010.33 kKBft !H BL fttH for Infants and Children. MOTHERS, Do You Know ui n Bateraan's Crops, Codlrty'a Cordial, many so-called Boothtnjr Syrups, and most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine J ftp Von Know that opium anil morphine arc stupefying narcotic poisons? "Vow Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics without labeling them poisons 1 to You Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given yourchlld tales you oryour physician know orwhat it Is composed r io Yon Know that Castorla Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of Its Ingredients U published with every bottle ? Ho Ynu Know that Castorla U the prescription of the famous Dr. Sainuet Pitcher, trkat it has been in use for nearly thirty years, nud that more Castorla is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined) o Yon Know that the Patent omce Department of the United Slates, and of other countries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word. CAiltorln and Its formula, and lhatto imitate them Is n slate prison offense o Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection wj because Castorla had been proven to be absolutely ltartulennr Io Von Know that 35 average doses of Castorla are furnished for 35 cents, or one cent a dose Io Von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest Well, tlionc tlMngw ore worth knowing. They are fucti. ' If ott every Tlio ftic-BlitiHo Hlgnnltire of Wir wrapper. 09,803,2(W.58 42,803,223.18 Tho above tabic of figures, compiled from the olllclul government statls- 1, shows that for three years of Democratic rule and live years of rebellion , 1860 to 1805 inclusive thero was a deficit In the national treasury. From to 1873 Inclusive there was a Republican surplus to apply to wiping out national debt. Cleveland went In March 4, 1893, and for that year the Plus nearly disappeared. In 1894 and J805 the deficit duo to Democratic lanagenicnt of revenues and finances ran up to over $112,000,000. Draw town conclusions. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. representatives of the Republicans of ate of Oregon in convention assembled, Mention to the condition of industry Shout (he country, as a proof of the ity oi returning to tne policy oi uie kc an party under which there was central erity during thirty years. I rcamnn mc principles ui inc nciiuDii. ationai putlorm oi I&92, ana assert that suits that have followed the chance de by the election of that year have Justin bur protest against the national policy ited by the Democratio party r- believe that the- government should an ample revenue." 'with a -sufficient sur. ever ordinary expenditures to provide for defences, -for the steady buUdinc up of vy, and .lor the constant reduction 01 bile debt. We believe that the present , with its lowered rates and Its destruo. nd dishonost system of undervaluations litcriminatlons as to localities, should be led bv one framed on Drolective nrincU pmilar to that of the McKlniey bill and gea to give arapia protection to Ameu- ces ana American industry, and to re slhe reciprocity policy of James C. have always civen protection to our sliders. In late years we have'.neglected ct our shipowners., we believe the kas come to restore o the policy of eton ana .Hamilton, wmen, oy an- ins duties in favor of American bot- f secured 90 per cent of oar carrying j iunencan snips, nou which, ii now 1, would again revive our shipping and American freights to be paid to Ameri. &...., , . American people, irom iraouion snu , favor bimetatistn, and the Renubli ty demands the use of both gold and as standard money with such restrict 1 under such provisions to be ueterm. legislation, as will secure the main, of the paiity of values of the two to that the purchasing and debt-pay. er of the dollar, whether of silver, paper, shall be at all times enual. interest of the producers of the country era ana Its workuigmen demand Kty dollar, PPr or coin, Issued by rernment shall be as good as any other ived, That we earnestly endorse the pa amendment to tne constitution 01 ted States, providing for the election 1 states senators by popular vote, reported from the committee on and elections by Senator Mitchell ' pending consideration In the United nates. ived, That the application of the Ore- cgation tn congress to the president 01 tea states ana now pending uetorc raving a modification of bis procla. rr.stlnn til. ..iil. f.t wura. I Learnestly approved, and we appeal to siacni to grant tse prayer 01 oar aeie- w congress. palite the importance and magnitude wing mausiry on tne v.Qiuraoi mcr kid recommend that sow provisions for a state- hatchery for artificial ion, and that the laws recalatinc the eaton be rigidly enforced. jwe endorse the efforts of our repre- in congress to secure repajrmeat to trs of Oregon of the excess of $1.35 wrongfully collected by-the governt unas located tn tee waits 01 tae 1 Northern .pacific rail-road land gran area. astructioa of the Nicaragua canal Is Ehest ImnortaBce to the America feboth as a measure of avatioswl defense Mild up and maintain America com fit is moreover of special bsvpertaace BPacific. states and we demand Its as sredw as Do&siblc bv the nt of the United States. tby endorse the action of dor sens- . representatives in congress in their endeavor to secure Indian war veterans. grants cf pensions to We pledce the Republican party to a rigid economy in the expenditure of public, money; to the reductiou of excessive salaries; and the abolishment of the fee system whenever possible, and of all useless commissions; and belieye that no appropriation should be made to any school or charitable institution not under the control of the state; and oppose the incorporation into the general appropriation bill of items for the expenditure of public money not authorized by law. We demand the enactment of rigid restrict ions on foreign immigration, both for protection of our country against illiterate and vicious classes from foreign lands and for protection 01 our labor and preservation to our ownj people of the remainder 01 our national domain . We commend the policy of the Republican party in relation to internal improve ments, and in particular in opeulng our waterways to commerce, and we denounce the llllberalfty of Democratic party in these m portant matters. Respectful ly submitted. T. E. Fell, Sou IIirscii, Secretary. Chairman; Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. LAWN MOWERS, ,-..,. - MACHINE OILS HAY TOOLS, GRAY BROS., and AXLE GREASE Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, SSSlers. SALEM, OR. SSSSS The Willamette Hotel. LEA.DINO HOTEL OP THE CITY. 'Reducca'raieu. Management boeral. Electric cars leave hojel for all public, buildings and points oljinterest. Special rates will be given lo permanent patrons, A. I. WAGNER, Primary Politics. Tlio new book on the reformation of the American primary system, is now on sale nt Dearborn's book store. al7t Geo. 0. "Will Is agent Tor the Stein way, the king Of instruments,also the popular Pease piano. 5:ll-tf That Extreme tired f eellngaffllcta Dearly every body at this season. The hustlers cease to push, the tireless grow weary, the ener getic become enervated. You know Just what we mean. Borne men and women endeavor temporarily to overcome that Mil I Tired Feeling by great force of will. But this is unsafe, as it pulls powerfully upon the nervous system, which will not long stand such strain. Too many people " work on their serves," and the resalt is seen in un fortunate wrecks marked 'laervotls pros tratiefl," in every direction. That tired Feel- teg is a positive proof of thin, weak, im pure blood; ter,lf the blood is rich, red, vitalised and vigorous, it imparts llfoand energy to every nerve, organ and tissue of the- body. The neeeeeity of taking Hood's Srefarlll (or that tired feeling is, therefore, apparent every one, and the ge4 H will do yon la equally beyond question. Remember that Hood's Sarsaparilia Is the One True Blood Iurlatr. All druKlsts. ft. Pre pared only by a' I. Hood fc Co., Lowell, Mass. -EXCELSIOR STABLE E. C. Hansen, Manager. Onlviiool horses u I. StUficti ji (ju innt-jl. St.i'il-t luck of. 'State Insurance block ALE MP. TOWN PROPERTY. Most desirable location, Inquire at this office, ORS lowmmmu PPJSWm &Mr OREGON CENTRAL ..AND- ItUNS l Pullman .Sleeping Cars Elegant- Dinin" Cars Tourist'Sleeoino' Cars To Hi. Paul, Minneapolis, Dulutb, rargo, Urand Forks, C'rookston, Winnipeg, Helena and Butte. THROUGH TICKETS To Chicago; Washington, Philadelphia,. York, Boston, and all Points East atvl South For information, time cards, m)s and tickets, call en or wriln THOMAS, WATT & CO. AGENTS, 265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or. A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. 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South : 8:30 a.m. liiuoa.m. 5:20 p.m. Tv. Portland a r, lv. Salem lv. nr. Roscb'g lv. North 4:40 p.u". 2:20 p.m. 8:00 a.m. South 4:00 p.m. il:in p.m. 8AI.KM I'A89KNOKlt. lv. Portland ar. ar. Salem lv, IfoltlT loiTn a.m. 8:00 a.m. DINING CAUS ON OGDEN ROUTE PULIAIAN H11FKKT jat.KPnt.'M ami second-class sleeping cars attached to all inrougH trains. WEST SIDE DIVISION, Between Portland and Corvallis, dally (ex cept Sunday.) 7130 a in U:i5pm. 17 Ar. Portland. Corvallis. Ar Lv Gilo p. '35 P. 1? m. Ira At Albany and Corvallis connect with Jitis of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad. Express train daily except Sunday. 4145 p. m, 7S P. '" l.v, Portland ArT Ar, McMtnvllle Lv Has a. m, 5150 a. lit, THROUGH TICKETS lo nil points In the Eastern States. Canada ami Kuroiie can ln nhlnlnnl si Iniur.t ,.in from WAV. SKINNEK, Acenl, Salem. E. P, ROGERS, Asst. G. f. & P. A.. i-urtianc ur. K. KOEIILER, Manager. Chicago, Milwaukee, k Si. Paul By., i?, PAUL J Jk J iiMIMll V fe KvBIbB . f MltWAUrtCEB vJ ova 'vr H sfe stfrft ltf$ GLANCE AT THIS Of the Chicago, Milwaukee ;n4 ,St. Psul Hallway and note Its connection with all transcontinental lines at St. Taut and Omaha, and remember when going tt that lit trains are lighted with electricity and heated by steam. Its equipment lsuperb, Elegant UuHet, library, molting and sleeping cars, with freo reclining chairs. Each sleejiliw car boithhas an electric reading lamp, and Its dining cars aro the best In the world, Other lines are longer than this, but none are shorter, and no other offers the above lux urlous accommodations. These an tottcUftt reatons for the popularity of "The Milwau kee." Coupon ticket agents la every rail, road office will give yon further Information, or address TC. T.EDDY, General Agent, J. W. CA8EV, Tiav. Pass. Agent. Portland! 0. R. & IY. CO. E. M'NEIIX, RECEIVER. TO THE EAST GIVESJTHE- CHOICE OF Two Transcontinental Routes Via Spokane Minneapolis St'Paul and Den ver Omaha and Kansas Cliy, Low rates to eastern cities. OCEAN CITIES. Portland San francisco. Steamers leave Alniwortb dock, J'ortland May 17, 3, 37 and June 1,6, it, 10, at, 36 hare Cabin, 95; steerage, fl.jo. wiLLAMirrni river division. RlVlR StkAmcm -Ruth and Elmore1 for Portland, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 11115a. ro., arriving at 6 p.m., and on Thursday and Saturday 7 a. m. ar riving at 3130 p. tu. Returning leave Port land everyday except Sunday at 6 a.m., arriving In Salem at 31JO ,m. For Corvallis, Monday, Tuesday, Thur lay and Saturday at 3130D. m,, arriving at -idepewifflce at 6 B, m,, Albsnyat 9 p. m., Corvallis 11 p. m, ock foot of Trade street. F01 full details call on Bolss & Barker, agenU, Salem, Orn, or address. W. II. HURUKJRT. Cert'l P. At, Pert), Or For full details call ort ts4Jsss - g. h, remms. Foot of Traiktt. Leeal Am. 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