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' A MODEL n PLATFORM.
Adopted' by the Democrats In National
Convention.
Tlie follow lng I the full and com.
1 w mii call lor when Plete platform as adopted by the
ponUTioKJYood'BSarsaporiUa. There -National Democratic conventions
I,..b,?f, fnr Hood's. It is an In- Wc, the Democrats of the United
vm"x,, nieence to try toaellyon &tues in nauunni convention aseinb
w," Remember that all led, do reallirni our allegiance to thfic
buy an article
Ctoindceyontobuyan
k?'.iwant.are based simply
nu u"
Upon
. ... ..nrn more profit. The
Vlcrkwhodow this cares noth
irtorclcr iwn
Do not permit yourself to
' , rour wenare
m "
Jrr in.ut noon havinir
ledeear". - - -
Hoods
Sarsaparma
irDool'i- l the One True Blood lurlfler.
I- .,. easy to Buy, easy 10 1,
UOOCl S PHIS easy to operate. 25c.
li!
li
E EMEU
i r
vo
As He Wa
as He Is.
and
HE IS ROBBED.
Stupendous Decline
Farm Products.
in
PERNICIOUS FINANCIAL POLICY.
I Mil of Contraction Tha CoaoantraHoo
of WaUh-nii and Fall of Gold TJia
Iffeet of the Free Colnaaro of SUrer.
ffbt Gold Monometallism Stand For.
In Honeit Pajment of Dabta Tha Help
Offend by the. Ballot.
fc,i-i "fV
"rCK
I sitisK-
mm
(Slf
Bj JOffiT H. BEADLE.
The accompanying illustra
tions are from New York
newspapers' of recent date.
They are published to show
the popular idea of the per
sonality of the American far
mer in the jcld stronghold 01
the country.
The Ilobbery.
Tie vjr l-wfT ..rs prolonged in tiuio
' of rwee dciti? n-ip:u:i promises to the
contrary. fcns
piros of land and
hundreds of mil
lions of money
wore given to
grout corpora
tions. Credit Mo
bilier, the Indian
ring, the whisky
ring, tho star
routo ring and
scores of others
followed in rapid
succession, but
though the farm
ors in u r m ured
they did not re-
Puck, volt They over
looked the fact that parties aro com
posed of men and therefore subject to
change. They were slow to believe that
tie grand old party could contain
fchemers.
Oa top of all tho rest comes a finan
elal system which has added 80 per cent
to the value of money and depreciated
we price of the farmer's producta in
le proportion, and at the least "signs of
revolt on his part ho is denounced oa
1 traitor. It is assumed as a matter of
that Wall street
would strive for a rise in
Jock that manufacturers
Mould lobby for a higher
jriffi that tho Pacific
Railway companies should
nade payment of their
fletL All r,H,- -. 3nAn
TOrft nnA lVl . . i it i . t.
.... w juuujr 10 raiso uie price or waat
wyown and be good Christians, but
M the baro Mnf tlmf Mii fnnnnr
jet
great essential principle of justice
ana nocrty uium which ourlnstltu
tlona arc founded, and which the
I Democratic party has advocated from
'.Jefferson's time to our own freedom
f speech, freedom of the press, free
dom of conscience, the preservation or
I personal rights, the equality of all
1 citizens before the law, and the faitli
I ful observance of constitutional limitations.
, During all these jcars the Demo
cratic party has resisted the tendency
of selttsh interests to the centraliz
ation of governmental power, and
steadfastly maintained the integrity
of the dual scheme of government
established by the founders of this
republic of republics. Under Its
guidance and teachings the great
principle of local self-government has
tound its best expression in the main
tenance of the rights of the states
and In Its assertion of the necessity
of confining-the general government
tutlin nvnrplcn nf nmiAfu r.tM.ntnrl 1.
the constitution of the United States.
Tllft UltnQlltlltlnlt rt t lm lTll.l
j. hi; wiifiiiimuu ui niu will lull
States guarantees to every citizen the
rights of civil and religious liberty.
The democratic party has always been
ine exponent, 01 political noerty and
rp.licrifillR rtoprlnm nnil It. rumuvs He
obligations and leatlrms its devotion
to tnese runaameniai principles of
the constitution.
FINANCE.
TJnnntrnllnrr I lint, Mln furiMnf nim.
tion is paramount to all others at this
ume, we iiivue attention to tne ract
that the constitution names silver
and gold together as the monev nieta's
of the United States, and that the
first coinage law passed by congress
under the constitution made the sil
ver dollar the money unit, and ad
mitted gold to free coinage at a ratio
based upon the silver dollar unit.
We declare that the act of 1873 de-
mnnaf Ivlnir ollvni tvf Minnt. tlin ! n n i v I
lllUUVUIAUlk, CIIIVjI II1UIIUUU W11J CVllVfTIl-
edge or approval of the American pco-
jie hum jusuulu in uic iiupiuui.iiiun
of gold, and a corresponding fall in
Mio nrlif nf rmiimnri'irlns nrnriiirpil hv
the peeple; a heavy Increase in the
hnrrlnn nf tTnt.lnn orirl nf nil Hnhf.
public; and private; the enrichment of
the money lending class at home and
abroad, vthe prostration of Indnstry,
unu Jiupuverisuiuuiib ui iiiu pcuyiu.
Wc are unalterably opposed to mon
ometallism, which has locked fast the
prosperity of an industrial people in
paralysis of hard times, Gold mono
metallism is a British policy, and Its
adoption has brought other nations
into financial servitude to London.
It is not only un-American, but anti
American, and it can be fastened on
the United States only by the stilling
of that spirit and love of liberty
which proclaimed our political inde
pendence in 1770 and won In the war
of the revolution.
to
baro hint that the former
Vote for restoring silver to
Httlo bettpr price for his
crops, tho coun
try rings witlt
frautio cries of
Jaifa and ri.ejn.nH
ciatiou. Tho
fanner has sub
mitted too long.
He has lost tho
rcfiMxt of thoso
who have robbod
him, and it is
much to be feared
has lost his own
I. ...
Dro t'i
K V World.
?' In grvat part
reSTVsir 1IJ. i
u- ijoyltiv iiaa uecomo
he
...
Always FIRST S
S
FREE COINAGE.
Wn (Urminrl Mia frPA nnrl linlllllllpd
p'resent feyS,tet?o,TKri,lJi WKlMMi
waiting ior uie aiu ui niuscim "j
other nation. Wc demand that the
standard silver dollar shall be a fu
letral tender, equally with gold, for all
debts,, public and private, and we
favor such legislation as win i..i."
for the future the demonetization or
any kind or legal tenner imiucj "j
private contract.
We are opposed to the policy and
nractice of surrendering to the hold-
r ,1. nMlnnt nnc nf . Il U II ICU
uro ui nic huiik"""'i ,r . i .... ...
States, the option rcserveu uj ,.
the government oi reuecun us -ligatiqns
in either silver coin or gold
CWe are opposed to the Issuing of in
i .kium.nrr innris of the United
States timeof peace.and condemn
tne tramcKiug WJU" w"" ty"ja
cates which, in exchange for bonds
and at an enormous prom- lu k..v...
Rftlves sunnly the federal treasury
with M to maintain the policy of
gold monometallism.
ISSUE OF MONEY.
Congress alone has the power to
coin and issue money, and Prerldent
Jackson declared that this power
SuldTot bedelegated corporations
or individuals. We therefore de
nounce the Issuance of notes intended
to circulate as money wuw
banks as In derogation w -
toWr A2la,d'L endeTC
wmcu i muuc . "-pv- ----r,:,..i. i .
nnhiin nnri nrivate debts or WHICH I?
vuu..v,... ,----- fti, un tea
?..rrlXVi,n united States and
shall be redeemable In coin.
tariff. , ...
,.r L.u 4.i...t .ifp Tut ins should be
levied forpurpose of revenue sucbdu-
tics to Deso UUJU9W.U . r -.---
eqal Y tro3oupr--"'-vo "e"
not aiscnmiuttiu "cu"rr" ViTniiiri lw
tlnn. and that taxation should ne
limited by the needs ,ot tne go m
ment honestly ana cconuu..v... ..
raWeSoSnce as disturbing to busl-
tlonal elections, and whlc . enacted
under the false plea of nrotec Hon to
home industry, Prowd ji P Mne
breeder of trusts and wonopolto, en
kets. .
INCOME TAX. c..,,i
Until the money question Is Fettled
we are opposed w anj -,"'"" ex".
SdeVt In therevenueunder t he hw
Passed bya.:,,nfor1i decl-
that
remnlns after that decision, or which
SI"Vrom ,s rewrsa1 by the
til .' ,n:,J' "'rentier be contl-
mi vlLfl1.1.1' n t!le bJurJlens or taxation
,. ?., eT'.a,Uy and ''"Partially laid,
due proportion of the exnense of the
government.
LAIIOIt.
Ve hold that the most elllclent way
or protecting American labor Is to
prevent the Importation of foreign
pauper lalwr to compete with It in the
"v ii.uM.-i.auuiiini the value of
the home market to our American
farmers and artisans Isgieatly reduced
uy a vicious monetary system which
tlepi esses the prices of their products
below the cost or production, and thus
deprives them or the means or pur
chasing the products or our home
manufactories, and, as labor creates
t he wealth of the country, we demand
the passage or such laws as may be
necessary 10 protect it in all its rights.
e are In ftivor of the arbitration
ofdiHciences between employers en
gaged in interstate commerce and
their employes, and recommend such
legislation as is necessary to carry out
tills principle.
The absorption or wealth by the
few. the consolidation of oui" leading
railroad systems, and the formation
or trust and pools require a stlcter
control by the federal government or
those arteries of commerce. We de-
tlllinrl tlln nnl'irrTnmnnr. nf tlin nnivaya
ot the interstate commerce commiss
ion ano sucn and sucn rcstricj ions and
and guarantees in in the control or
railroads ns will protect the people
from robbery and oppression,
taxation,
n rlnnntt iwrt ilm nrnfl turn trncl r
I T w UL,1IV'I1IIV lllb Jfl UallKtlU UI131V
of the money wrung from the people
"j i'iiijiummyu ia..iLiuu aim liiu iiivisn
appropriations of recent llcpublican
congressc, which have kept taxes
high while the labor that pays them
is uiieinpioyeu, aou toe prooucis oi
the neonle's toil aro denrcssed in nriee
till they no lonirer repay the cost or
production.
We demand a return to that sim
plicity and economy which benefits a
npnincrat.lf1. fnvnrnmpnt, sine! !i rprlni'.-
tion in the number or useless olllccs,
the salaries of which drain the sub
stance of the people.
federal intkkfekenue.
Wndnnniincnnrhltmrv Intnrfprnnpps
bv federal authorities in local affairs
as a violation of the constitution of
the United States and a crime against
fron I net lint Innc. nnrl wp ncnnnlnllv
object to government by Injunction as
a new aim niguiy uangeious lorm oi
nnnrpcolnn hv wlili'.li fpflprnl InHirpu
in contempt of the laws of the states
ana rignts oi citizens, oecome at once
legislators, Judges, and executioners,
and we approve the bill passed at the
Inst, spsslnn of the United State3 sen
ate, and now pending In tho house of
representatives, relative lu cuiiLumpts
In fpriarnl p.nnrts and nrovldlmr for
trials bv jury in certain cases of con
tempt.
anti-funding.
Nn rllcnrlminnt.lnn ehnnlrl hp In
dulged by the government or the Uni
ted States In favor of any of its debt
ors. We approve of the refusal of the
Pacific railroad funding bill, and de
nounce the efforts of the present Re
publican congress to enact a similar
measure.
Ttiiiii , ii i ni ninUi-LLriLtM jiiijri.iin ii .i fl
I 1 n . I i li. . . I li . ..I li I Mil th III. .... IL I il . I H
A'cgdablcPrcparattonTor As
similating ihcToodandRcgula
ting theStomachs andDowcls of
1 13 3 imsimnsm
PromotesT)igcstion,ChccTful
ncssandRcst.Contains ncilhcr
Opiurn.MorpWnC norliincral.
Not NAuc otic.
SEE
THAT THE
FAC-SIMILE
SIGNATURE
-OF
aW ofouDrSAKvnmcnEa
4lx.Smna
Jlpntttiutt
JHQiriertaiStia.'
llbmSttd-
Clmud Sueur
llfeftgiromfer
Apcrfcctncmcdy forConslipa
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca,
Worms ,Convulsions,Fc'crisii
ncss end Loss of Sleep.
fop Simile Signature of
NEWYORI,
&fM&
agaiaTagmiEiEMaii
1-.
EXACT COPrOF WRAPPEB.
IS ON THE
WRAPPER
OF EYEEY
BOTTIjE OB1
ASTORIA
Oattoili li put tip la on-tle bettlei only. It
ll not Kfilil In Yinllr. nnn't nllnw nnrnnA tn rnll
joa anything elta on tho pica or promlio that It
is "jntt aa good" and "will answer eTery pnr
poe." 3- Sea that you get 0-A-8-T-0-R-I-i.
POSiiHIS BILL
aw"
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A .
- - - a . i th ir
' ' ' ' , I yj I I I-, I- ' I .1 , f , .1 , I I .. I !,'
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PEPLI
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
B C. HANSEN, MANAGER.
Onlvcoul lnrs- usH. -itifacttqn (juuanteeil. Stable back of State Insurance block
All No. Pac.
ticket agents
.Un,,mnceof the uniform uec
i i n r.f lint Pfllirt,
100 years,
I Gail Borden
l Panto, HnA
5 M61V Ui ailU S talned consult u "Vi nrecfously been
f CONDENSED ITIUC X ' Sffl'by U Se aUe?Rudgei ,
l&&J".Hi. . ?,V"reeer sk on the : bench. Wede-
slons of that court for
j court liaving in i - -, ,0 Us
sssssstm : teattiyfflBKlsiffWh.
nMiaiWJf Kl'iimu tf iln-
- 1iO JU-JU v tuii-
.:.ln iifilV.n crlfllire Wft llP:irtllV CU-
dorse the rule of the present commis
sioner or PCIISIOIIS tuat nu imiiiurt oiitti.
be arbitrarily dropped from the pen
sion roll: and the fact of enlistment
and service shonld be deemed con
clusive evidence against disease and
disability before enlistment.
territories.
We favor the admission of the ter
ritories of New Mexico, Arizona and
Oklahoma into the United States,
and we favor the early admission or
.u hip territories having the neces
sary population anu resumes -"-liVf-'.i....
,. atntp lnnfl. mid while
they remain territories wo hold that
the omciais appo.i.u "--"
the government oi uuj "A ,J , ,
ii. .iMi Mm District of Columbia
and Alaska, should be bona tide resi
dents or tne territory m uw. .
which the duties are to bo performed.
The Democratic party believes In
i .i nA t.imt. nil nubile lands
of the United States should be appro
priated to the esiaoiiaiiuicui. ui .uv
homes for American citizens. Wc
recommend that the territory or
Alaska be granted a delegate in con
gress, and that the general land and
?3r law's of tho United States be
extended to said territory.
MONROB DOCTRINE.
The Monroe doctrine Is originally
declared.and as interpreted by succed
ing presidents, Is a permanent part of
the foreign policy of the United
States, ana must at all times be main
tained CUBA.
Wc extend our sympathy to the
people of Cuba In their heroic strug
gle' Tor liberty and Independence.
THIRD TERM-
We arc opposed to lire tenure In the
nubile serv cc. wo favor appun.
ments based upon merit, fixed term of
office and sach an administration of
tine vil bervlce.Iaws as will afford
SSrHEStelSfi
established , by custom am usage oi
ZSrie BreStcsi and
wisest o "fi who founded and havo
Stolned our .ft ttat o
man should bs ellg'blo fof a tiuru
term in the presidential oliite.
WATERWAYS.
The federal Rove.
for and Improve tlw Mississippi rncr
nna other ureal watcrwuyo u .--nubile
m as to secure for the Interior
stalls my and cheap transportation
States can,, """..,, ivntprwnv of
Kcrepub Slo is or" sufficient import.
SSSe TdeUd .hi ortlwgon-rn.
"u I! dX to pmn or continuous work
until permanent Improvement Is
"rnnndlnir In the Justice of our catiwe
i th nw!cblty of Hs success nt the
a.nA v thmugb leulslatlon for the
g S5 aiulWrestoratlon
of the country's prosperity
ilfnil
have tickets over the
Burlington Route from
Billings to Oinaha,Kan
sas City, St. Louis and
all other southern and
-jMeyitfvi''lt Jvi. p.
with a ticket via illl
lintrc nt. t.lio Kflinn rate as
via St. Pnul-IF YOU
ASK FOR IT.
Ask for it, because by
so doing, you will reach
your destination all the
way from 10 to 15 hours
sooner than If you take
any other line.
Write for Information
about rates and trains.
A.C.SHELDON, G.A.,
I'oitland.Or.
Pil
l.hinn
rt 1 i
mm
(V( IT
am mu
k Si JPaul Ry,(
ih "
' Ob
a-
The Great One Cent Silver Dailv The
Only Associated Press Silver Daily.
Daily Capital Journal $3 a Year
Weekly $1.
Cut this out and post up In a conspicuous placo whoro It will bo ,
seen. All tho associated press papers In Oregon, oxcept THh
.10U11NAL, nro published In the Interest ori the -gold standard.
Send 2oc In sliver for tho dally ono month.
The Oregon Press Monopoly
Will not treat tho restoration or silver hilrly. It will not tell tho
peoplo tho truth. It dare not, Tako n ralr paper that ' gives tho
peoplo's sldo-as well nstho Wall street side.
EAST AND SOUTH
gf, PAUL
Sj M I LW AU K Etlfi
Vi o w a --K W
irftjr, ' ScnuMa to?
Are You a Patriot?
f n'brCBon umt'nnVocafes "- "
Independent Bimetallism.
gold standard.
.VIA
Shasta Route.
of an iKj
Southern Pacific Co
California Express Train-Run dai, between
Portland and San Francisco.
) Lvr-1'oitlantl r
L j,v Sal em.--)
Ar- S. Frlsco-
-Ar. (8:ioa.m.
Ar. -j8:oo a. m
-Lv. l7roon. m.
.8:5" P
n:oop
tAMf n
"Above trains stop at fcastEj'ortland, Oregon
City. Wo dburu, Salem,ljTurner, Marion,
Jefferson, Albany, Albany Junction, I angent
Shedds, Halsey, HarrisburR. Juncl on Cily.
Eucenc, Cresw.ll, I)rain, and all stations
from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive.
ROSRUUKM MAIL ,ai"..
GLANCE ATI HIS MAP-
Of the Chicago, ' Milwaukee Jand fcSt. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and remember when EinC at lnat h tr.'ni
aie lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant
Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cas,
with free reclininfj chairs. Each sleeping
car I eith has 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
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
...c,..,. (nr lh nnnnlarltv of "Tllfl Mllwail.
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail,
road office will give yon further information,
C. J. EDDY. General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agent.
Portland
jf.'O
Do You Favor Unity and Harmony
it
as thojwntchwordof tho people of Oregon? ,
Subscribe for the Capital Journal' t.
Dailytliirty days for a silver quarter,
South
I North
8:30 a.m.
11-00 a.m.
5:20 p.m.
lv. .Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Itoseb'g lv.
1:10 p.m.
2:20 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
SALEM PASSENOER.
OREGON CENTRAL
South
'4:00 p.m.
0:15 p.m.
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
Nortb
10:15 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN uuuii.
rULL.MA TlUFFET SLEEPERS
and su-condlass sleeping cars attached to all
through trains.
WESFSIDE DIVISION,
Uetwcen Portland and Corvallis, daily (ex.
cept Sunday.)
'7130 a.m. I I
12:15 p.m.
,v. Portland,
Ar. Corvalln.
Ar. 1 6:20 p. m
1 1 3$ P-
with
I.v
T. ... 1 rn.lll connect
traVns of Oregon Central k Eattern Railroad.
Exr r,n dally eice't Sunday
Lv. I'oitlanil Ar.
Ar. McMinvilIe Lv
45 P- m
JUS P. "
8125 a. m
5:50 a.m.
THROUGH TICKETb
to dl points in the Eastern Stales, Canada
ana furope can be obtained Jt lowest raid
from W.W. SKINNER. Agent itflem.
E P. ROGERS. Am 'j
R. KOEHLER. Manager.
AND
Eastern R. R. Company
YAQUlNAeHAY ROUTE.
Conni cling ot Yaouina Hay with the .Sa
rrancisco fie vaquina nay Bieamsinp io.
STEAMER FAKALlJ,"
Sails from Yanuina every 8 days fur San
I'ranrlteo Cool Hav. Port Orford. Trinidad
and IInmtH Hay.
Passenger acconmioiiaiinni uinuriia:u.
Shortest route betwren the Willamette valley
Fare from Allwuiy or points west to Han
Franciscoi Cabin, $9; steerage, $5: to Coos
Pay and Port Orford, cabir. to; to Ilumtiolclt
Pay, cabin J8; round trip, good 60 days, $10,
YAOUINA HAY.
Hie most popular seaside resort on the
North Pacific Coast. No undertow surf
bathing absolutely safe.)
For iliose wistilnK to combine hunting and
fhhing with aquatic sports, this resort lias no
equal. Deer, bear, elk, cougar, brook trout
and salmon trout can Us found in abundance
whhin a few hours' dilve 01 tne uay.
rtvi) oAttfA fiiai in nil nitntri.
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccrvallis, Or.
. (J. MAVU, upt. Kiver wiviyon.
H. P. UM.DWIN, Local Agent.Altona Dock
Salem.
Each issuo'-a complete history of tho dnv.and'a gatllng.gi.m ol
urgumonts for tho, people 'if cause.
READ! READ I READ
rim oeonle are charged with Ignoranco by itho gold prcss.n.Tlils
is o f iifce PcharitoV Whciivcr the causo of frco coTnngo of gold nnil
Blvcr '10 (to 1 8 most I illscussed and best understood h Is most pop
ulnr and strongest with tho people.
Sixty Days for 50 Cents
For De'icacVt
for purity, and ImwoTcment of tl eoro
vexau nothing equal" I'owmh'. r6fPBV
MvT""9fu
elOO worth for 10c,
lIUnlMUlUl
b4 111 wU (w IlllrU! Uk WUuTTmi
Ui UIK4HI w 7
MUlUfvwi
CITIZBNfl-UI
kiithiMiww.
Thn Raiiv Prashnamm
And a velvety aoltneaa of tho iklu U Invav
L. - .uw ll.iribffl. wmaW kmlil .
u ran . - --7-' rfn: ,Tifi
MtUU, P.BMI1. ...... v... ..
IZBNa-LIUUAUY AaW,
! -
I T
I And a i
Irlablyu
I Comple
rlably oWalned by tbos who tiaa I'ozsom
tjotnpiexiou luwuir.
S I "your !l!!w lli tlilwmrkr lnnwulty. .
WE DON'T WANT GOtI
will bo convinced.
HoPBR BRQS,.t,
: A . iubl'isilfaeraSalem, Or
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