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THE PRICE OP GOLO.
A nutation Arises, w iat tfxes tin?
price of gold.' One little initio; ;nn
1 1 liave CSWPod all tlie good tll.i?s'):ic!
' ............ ..,...,.'. .,,,,1 n
w iu nuiuwii' -"" -.'
it U Cllir.-UCV' . :.li(1 lllltik (til .
(I Will till tile Dill iK-c'itltu tfwl.l lliS
StU
gol
nut iluetiiutc lu prkv
Why does il nOl?
Simply because l& price
U llxetl by
law.
lly the lVol act or 1841 tlio price of hve n nn,P.!e wvenue, with a (Tici-nt hi
"' plut over ordinary extienditurc!, to piovldc fur
gold Is Used III England. 'I Ilia act coast defence, for the steady building up of
.,,.i ii in iiui nnmnoli flu. Hint die ii ivy, and for the constant reduction of
p isscd July It), 184 1, compels the Hank he pu('ltc debl Wc bclleve ,hal lhe m
Of England' t0 pay X3l73'Uird Od fOr tatlll', with Its lowered rates and lu deitruo.
, , , . , . , live and dishonest system of undervaluations
every ounce of standard gold present- anJ ,ii,crimlnaiions as to localities, should be
ed at lt3 counter, and this Is What, replaced by one framed or i protective princi-
, , ,, ,, ! pies similar to that of the Mckinley bill and
keeps the price of gold Stable all over ( arranged to give ample protection to Ameri-
tho world at $18.02, less carriage and ?" wages and American industry and to rc
nio "" i o 4toro lne reciprocity policy of James G.
Insurance. By the provisions of Us Blame.
. . i... u., nt? nf i'iri to I We have always given protection to our
character, the Bank of England Is shlpbullde t ink years we have mU-cicd
obliged to purchase all the gold bull-
Ion brought to It itt 818.02 an ounce.
' This statement can bo verified by ref
erence to utiainoer 's Xiiicvcmpciiin,
fiLlpplncott's edition of 1809, Vol. I,
fpigeOO", or tha Encyclopedia Brlta'nn-
pjca, ninth American edition, vol.
K,XVI pago 48. People's 'Guide. '
The National Advertiser asks this
ofllce to designate the twclvo most
prominent people In OrcgoiiM,he best
Rknown. wc only Jump at things on
Kshort notice In a dally 'evening paper,
phut here Is a list Just first come to
fm I nd: John II. Mitchell, Geo. II.
jhvillliims, Sylvester rennoyer, A.
Lliusli, Wnger Hermann, Wm.r. Lord,
Ul. R. Klncald, C. W. Fulton, Sol.
pllrsoh, D.P. Thompson, Mrs. Dttnnl-
laway. wo let you name me cwciiiu
man to suit yourself.
YOUTH'S DEPARTMENT. -Frem
second page.
abouts have to take what they .can
jot, same as folks."
Tho next morning Hetty took her
father out to examine tho tree, but,
though ho looked vory wise, and oven
iroke off a tiny twig and smelt and
hewed It, he only said:
"It ain't any kind at all, I'm thlnk-
ag Just a bush like; but you can't
Ightly tell till It gets I6avcs."
KC A.tnM. .In. 4tt .lt1rl..An ,n t, r,,t
DU CVCIJ 1111 WIU VIII1UICI1 U1I uuw
1 soon as they were dressed to see
jw the little brown buds wore swell-
sg, and Betty always said, "Ilurry,
tttlc tree, ind make your leavesl"
i, "I'll glvo you some glory seeds to
lant around It," said Betty's mother.
They'll run up tine and bo all over
Wooms, pink and purple and red."
Jut Tim and Joey had a far liner
Icturo In their minds of ovcry twig
iung thick with shining apples and
jng-stemmed cherries and purple
lunis, such as old Nicholas sold at
its stand on tho corner.
; Very slowly, as the weatlter grew
rarnicr, tho pale-green leaves bciran
1 push out of their snug brown wrap-
Ings, such a lovely, lovely green!
Jut one little twig at the very top
d tho queerest little knobs, not at
II like leaves, Just a brown scalo and
soft gray thing that crept out fur-
er and further from Its house.
fit's a cattcrplller," said Joey;
they grow on trees."
,"They're three-kittens," said
Immy, stoutly; "the teacher had
no onco In school."
R"Oh,Ba!d Betty, "do you B'pose
cy'll stay up there? 'cause then we
uldn't have a bird's nest!"
"They'ro Just a kind of a flower,'
jkid Tlmmy, walking oft In disgust,
ind don't anything come of 'em
bples nor cherries, nor anything
ill."
IBut Betty reached up her linger and
ftly stroked the pretty gray things,
i said: "It's a dear, lovely little
e, and It's making the best things
in."
Che next day, when the downy
Iklns were lightly powdered with
, Betty led her father out again
see them.
h'Sure," he said in surprltse, "and If
isn't a pussy-willow! There's not
ch to that."
Pit's the prettiest tiling in the
rid," said Betty, "and I Just love
dear little tree!"
lie patted It with her rough little
and her father Jooked at Iter
it a queer smile about his mouth.
fit's a brave little thing," he said;
it I know of something a deal
ktler aud sweeter," and he lifted
ty up and kissed her on both red
bks. Emily Huntington Miller in
ak.
it rinrirr"riiiTtnr
REPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
,n.Buf 0,ch..i ., c ......mlou u.nblcd.
CU '"Wllon to the cunditiun of Industry
l"-2ltwwt the country, a a proof of the
ncv.-c2,.ty ol r t .rnii! to tlie policv thi U.
fu'rn Jiatt miner huh in. r, ,, K, ,.
. V teiiltjrm' me uiiuttples of the KepU
uiiuctulc!. of the Kemlbli
can iui.ioiijI 1 1 (f .rin ol l8yi. ,tnd assort th.n
(lie ivsuIih lli.i I I -He MIoMttl Hie change tie
creed by ihe ilv.iun ol thai )ar have justl
H.-l our protest against the national xlicy
adopted liy die Urinociatlo party
iv l.ii.... .1... ..... ... ! . i t.
..c u:iic.c unit me uuvcnimcui Hnouid
to protect our tnipowners. w- uen vo tit's
time Inn come to restore c the policy of
Wavhtngton and Hamilton, which, by tils
crimiiuting duties in favor of American hot
tarns, secured oo per cent of our carrying
tiade to American hlps, mid 'which, If now
restored, would again revive our shipping and
cause American ircichts to be pant to Amen,
cans.
The American people, from tradjtlon and
Interest, favor bimctalism, and the Republi
can party demands the uso of both gold and
silver as standard money with such restrict
ions and under such provision to be determ
ined by legislation, as will secure the main,
tenance ol the parity of values of the two
metals, so that the purchasing and debt-nay.
lug power of the dollar, whether of silver,
gold or paper, shall be at all times equal,
Tho interest of the producers of the country
Its farmers and Its worklngmen demand
that every dollar, paper or coin, Issued by
the government shall be as good as any other
dollar.
Resolved, That wc earnestly endorse the
proposed amendment to the constitution of
the United Slates, providing fur the election
of United States senators by popular vote,
recently reported from the committee on
ptivileges and elections by Senator Mitchell
and now pending consideration in the United
Slate Senates.
Resolved, That tho application of the Ore
gon delegation In congress to the president of
lhe United States and now pending before
him, praying a modification of bis procla
mation creating the Cascade forest reserve, is
hereby earnestly approved, and we appeal to
the president to grant the prayer of our dele
gation In congress.
We realize the importance and magnitude
of the fishing industry on the Columbia river
and would recommend that some provisions
be made for a state hatchery for artificial
propagation, and that the laws regulating the'
closed season be rigidly enforced.
That we endorse the efforts of our repre
sentatives in congress to secure repayment to
the settlers of Oregon of the excess of ft. 25
per acre wrongfully collected by the governt
raent on lands located in the limits of the
inearned Northern Pacific railroad land gran
low forfeited.
The construction of the Nicaragua canal Is
of the highest importance to the American
people, both as a measure of national defense
and to build up and maintain American com
merce. It is moreover of special importance
to our Pacific states and we demand Its
completion as speedly as possible by the
government of the United States.
Vc hereby endorse the action of our sena
tors and representatives In congress in their
endeavor to secure grants T pensions to
Indian war veterans.
We pledge the Republican party to a rigid
economy in the expenditure of public money;
to the reductlou of excessivo salaries; and the
abolishment of the fee system whenever
possible, and of all useless commissions; and
believe 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 Ihe enactment of rigid restrict
ions en foreign lmmlgration,botli for protection
of our country against illiterate and vicious
classes from foreign lands and for protection
of our labor and preservation to our own
people of the remainder of our national
domain. '
We commond the policy of the Republican
party in relation to internal improve
ments, and In particular in opening our
waterways to commerce, and we denounce the
llliberality of Democratic party in these ro
portant matters.
Respectfully submitted.
T.E.Fell, SOL.IIIRSCH,
Secretary. ChairmanJ
That
Extreme tired feeling afflicts nearly every
body at this season. The hustlers cease to
push, tho tireless grow weary, tho oner
getlo become enervated. Ydu know Just
what wo mean. Borne men and women
endeavor temporarily to overcome that
Tired
Feeling by great force ot will. But this
U unsafe, as It pulla powerfully upon tho
nervous system, which will not long stand
suoh strain. Too many people " work on
tbelr nerves," and the result is seen in un
fortunate wrecks marked "nervous pros
tration," 1b every direction. That tired
Feel-
tag Is a positive proof ot tbln, weak, Im
pure blood; for, it the blood Uricb, red,
vitalized and vigorous, it Imparts life and
energy to every nerve, organ and tlseuo
of the body. The necessity of taking
Hood's SarMparill for that tired feeling
is, therefore, apparent to every one, and
the good it will do you Is equally beyond
question. lUaiembcr that
Hood's
SarsapariNa
Is the One True Blood Purifier. All dructlst. ft.
Prepared only by G I. Hood ttCo., Uwell. Mass.
j ji wt vp easy to take, easy
HOOD'S Pill to oprat. eaU.
-" - .ffiJlTrrTr
B WMj yfrft&l sl Wi fl ki mi
for Infants
MOTHERS, DOjfOLLjiNOW that raregorle,
Bateman'a Drops, Godfrey'! Conllal, many ro-calleil Boolhlnj; Syrups, aud
most remedies for children are composed, of opium or morphine r
tto Yots Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narrotlc poison?
tto Ynii Know that Jn most countries JtUE$ituruot permitted to sell narcotics
V llhout labeling them poisons?
CT Von Know that you should not penult any medicine to be given your child
unless you or your physician know of what It is composed?
o "Von Know that Castorta ts a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Its Ingredients is published with every bottle ?
o Von Know Hint Castorla is the prescription ofthc famous Dr. Samuel Mteher.
tThat It has been la use for nearly thirty years, nud that more Costoria U now sold thau
of all other remedies for children combined t
Mo Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United Stales, and of
other countries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
' Cnslorln and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison ouenie?
o Von Know that one of the reasons for granting thU government protection
was because Castorla had been proven, to be absolutely ItarmlCBH?
Ho Yon Know that 35 nverasro doses of Castorla are furnished for 3
eeuts, or one cent a dose?
Io Von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
fee kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest ?
XVcll, tlicBC It: I tigs arc worth knowing. They ore facta.
Tlic fnoHlin
xAf?&&&!
Hlgnntiire
Children Cry for
LAWN MOWERS, t-..- -r-T-,-v- MACHINE OILS
HAY TOOLS, G-R.A.Y BROS., and AXLE GREASE
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware,
GARDEN HOSE. K TN1. I1ICVCLES.
LAWN SPRINKLERS. SALEM, OR SUNDRIES.
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING HOTKL
Reducea'rates. Management hoeral.
and points ofjintercst. Special rates will be
-EXCELSIOR - STAB LE
es C. Hansen, Manager.
Onl van 1 lnMi! imiI. -iitUficiiii tf'iiriu!. St.vil li.k of 'State Iniuutnce block
FORS
TOWN PROPERTY.
Most desirable location.
N
SjsrkStMWw t
OKFHSS&c
RUNS
Pullman Sleeping Gars
Elegant DIninir Cars-
Tourist Sleeoin Care
To-. St. l'aul, Minneapolis, Duluth, rargo,
Grand Forks, Croolatorr, Winnipeg,
Helena and liutte.
THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
IVork, Uoston, and all I'olnt
East an'l South
tVot information, time cards. I maps ar.d
tickets, call on or wriln
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
AGENTS,
26C Commercial street, Salem, Or.
1 n Vl...lin A.i r:rn'l. Pitt. Ant
Morrison St.. corner Third Portland. Or.
VhltMrrm "" w,.w - ---
PILLS
iMk7s iV-M-i.- u,t "
Ul tftffi rsssf w
.-.t.M.ii.-ftnm.
and Children.
In oti every
wrapper.
Pitcher's Castorla.
OK THE CITY.
Electric cars leave hoiel for all public buildings
given to permanent patrons,. .
A. I. WAGNER,
ALE GflEflP.
Inquire at this office.
OREGON CENTRAL
-.AND-
Eastern R. R. Company
LVAQU1NA IIAV ROUTE.
Connecting at Yaautna Hay with the Ssn
l'rancisco & Yaquina llay Steamship Co,
STEAMER "FARALLON,"
Sails from Yanuina every 8 days for San
Francisco, Coos llay, Port Orford, Trinidad
and Ilnmbolt Hay.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
and California.
Fare from Albany or pointt .west (o Ban
Francisce: Cabin, fo; steerage, $4; to Coos
Hay and Port Orford, cabin i6; to Humboldt
Hay, cabin f8; round trip, good 60 days, pc.
cial,
. , RIVER DIVISION.
Steamers "Albany" and "Wrn. M. Hoag,'
newly futnik;d, leave Salem dally, except
Saturdays, at 1 1 a m arriving at Portland
the same day at 5 p rn. Returning boats
leave Portland same day as above at 6 a, ir..,
arriving at Salem at 3 p, m .
EDWIN STONE, ManaBer. Ccryallls, Or.
I. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. HALDWIN, Ical Agent.Altona Dock
Salem.
, u. .. a ion WW.'
V& ''-'. Hi'in-tattUi
.rtul'i Tl "' , axMMiurai '
tJl . U OJ - CI 4HV IUI14IUJI
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oos of those h andtonw Pooor Purv Box. I
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(Ioch not do a lottery business to Bwell
Its circulation; but In addition to
Klvlnir vnluo received, It gives Its sub
scribers vnlunblo liromluins.
now is tno timo 10 order your renti
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tice tho following special oilers.
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odicals free, one year, to any sub
scriber of THE JOURNAL who pays
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rier, llirco uiontbs, (60 cunts u month)
or by mall six months. (25o 11 month)
or the weekly 18 months, $1 a year.
the best 10 rmeo
Illustrated fashion
mauazlno of Now York
free for ono
year. Tlio abovo prices uronoi ensn,
nnil tlin clmnnest combination ever of
fered. The "Queen" Is a high-class
practical, homo magazine.
Tim dcllirhtful Glucauo children's
magazine. Just tho thing to read to
Mm little ones of tho homo circle. It
brings tlio kindergarten Into tho
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stall of experienced agricultural
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known agriculturists of tho country.
It contains what tho farmor wants.
It
A handsome, attractive, 'homo--paper,
to which ovcry woman will glvo
11 111:111 Lf utauiuu.
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That -great- national newspaper,
which Is knowiijlo everybody-
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U.
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CAPITAL
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PI OP
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VOKUD !
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Farm Department
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keeps up a wcll-cdltcd farm depart
ment, by n competent farmer, who
knows tho needs of tho Oregon
farmer. It also contains correct
market reports.
Woman's Department
A largo volumo of social nows ntid
good homo matter of Interest to tho
romlnlno partof tho family is ono
of tho attractive features of TUB
JOUUNAL, tlio only nowspapor In
Oregon employing a lady editor.
Youth's Department
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wlshy-wnshy stuff In this depart
ment, but good, bracing matter, of
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I
EDITORS,'
Salerh, - Oregon.
"0
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WE.
It NaT
.fr-'na,. mry-n sr."-"
I . a
Shasta Route.
OK THE
Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train Run dm. between
Portland and Sun Fiancisco.
South
""florist"
8150 p. m.
Iv. PorlUno at, o la. m
lv Salem Iv, 6:00 a, w
ar. San Fran. iv. 7soo n m .
it too p. m.
10:45 rn
Above trains stop at Eaut Portland, Oregon
City, Wo dburn, Salem, Tumer, Mai ion,
IV . . "'. ",lMn '"oany lunctton, Tangent,
Shedds, HaLcjr, Harrlsbure, Junction City,
hucenc, Creswiill, Drain, and all stations
from Rc-teburg to Ashland, Inclusive.
KUSK11UKO MAIL DAILY.
South
jJJorth
8:30ii.ni.
11 too a.m.
o'.L'O p.m.
llv. FortTtuHihr.
4:40 p.m.
20 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
lv. balctu lv.
ar. Rqob'g lv.
8ALKM PASSUNQKU.
South
Nortb
4:00 p.m.
lv.rortlatidar.
ar. Balem lv.
10:15 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
0:10 p.m.
DINING CrRS ON QODEN ROUTE
PULLMAN HUFFEtITlEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cats attached to all
iriroiiii trains.
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Hetwcen Portland and Corvallls, daily (ex
cept Sunday.)
71303,111.
ia: 15 pin,
Lv. Portland.
Ar. Curvallls,
Ar,
Lv
61M p. m.
H3$ P. w.
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
trains of Oregon Central Sc Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Sunday.
4145 P.
75 P.
a
Lv. Potllaml Ar.
8:35 a. m.
Stjjoa. m.
Ar. McMinvllle Lv
Tl I ROUGH TICKETS
to all points in the Eastern Slates, Canada
and Europe can bo obtained at lowest ralei
from W.W. SKINNER, Acent, Salem.
E. V, ROGERS, Asst. . V. & P. A.,
Portland Or.
R.KOEHLER, Manager.
(0, M1W
k Si. Paul Ry.(
GLANCE ATI HK
Ol lh;ChlcaBo, ;MIWuke;ad(Sl. Paul
Railway and note Its conneclkm wltk all
transcontinental lints at St, Paul and Omaha,
and remember when going Mt that its trains
aro Hchted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment lsupeib, Elegant
IlufTct, library, wwllng and sleeping car,
with free reclluiM chairs. Each skepliu;
car beithlias an electric reading lamp, and
Its dining ears aro the best In th world.
Other lines are longer than this, but no
are shorter, and no other offers tWe above lux.
utlous accommodations. These at aJsklt
reasons for the popularity of "Th Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket sgCHts In every tail
road office will give yon further Information,
or address
TZCJ. EDDV, Geuersl Agent,
J, W. CASEY, Tav. Pass, Agent.
PoftUW,
0. R. & N. CO.
E. RPNEILLRECEIVER.
TO THE EAST OIVESJTHE CHOICE
OF
Two Transcontinental
Routes"
Via Spokane Minneapolis Sl'f'aul and Db.
vcr Omaha and Kansas Cliy, Low rates te
eastern cities.
OCEAN CITIES.
Portland San Fjcico.
. Steamers leave Alruwotth dock. Portland
May 17, 21, 37 and J we 1, 6, it, 16, at, 26
Fare Cabin, $5; itrersfe, '1.50.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
RtVBR Stbaks ,-Ruthand Elmofe'tor
Portland, Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday sd
Friday at uiKa, to., arrlvicg at 6 p.m.,
and on Thursday and Saturday 7 a, m. ar
riving at 3130 p. m. Returning leave Port
land everyday except Sunday at 6.w,,
arriving In Saleu at iilo .m. For Cot wills, '
Monday, Tuesday, Thur Jay and Saturday
at3i3op. tnaniving at .tdepeiHleftce t
p. m., Albany at 9 p. m., Corvallls II p. W.
Dock foot of Trade street. ,
F01 full dctsils cation lotsa Se wtkr,
agents, Salem, Oisg 00, or addnu.
W.II.IIURLWRT.
Ces'l Pm. At. PsnmsN), Or
For full dttalu call on er mUnn
O. M. K)WJtit(
Foot of Tradest. Il ,
Hftv Yi
th mw fMWJii Ferr Soyf K U
fro with cca boa- ot fuwif . AafcfcKtt.
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