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.ferity Capital Journal
V HOtfKR BROTHBRS
H'XDHISMlY, JAM. 22, 18M.
' 1 Hereby announce n.ywlf ns n
uiK,i,in fnr dm nfllccof tAJUi 1
i' aMESSOU subject to the will of tlic
i ebunty llcpublican convention.
p ,1-v J. A. VAN EATON.
It U o well known principle of the
public service tliat an olllclul's salary
i should not Ijc reduced or Increased
,tlurluK the term for which ne i
The petition to reduce the salary of
marshal and chief of police at the city
council meeting vunaluiiwl by promi
nent tax pjyers who are In for econ
omy t) fii lut ciiit aii'l mi'lar the
Klrcswf hard times they do things
they orthcrwlN) would not do.
If ji Judge's salary can Iw lowered or
rated during; lil term of service then
Justice In at the mercy of the faction
In control of the legislative Iwdy.
Such changes of salary arc prohibited
In the constitutions of some utatos.
Aspirants for county olllecs, where
the pay is manifestly too large, should
understand this as well as the people.
Thoonlvwav to reduce tho HalarleH
of any county olllclals that arc too
high Is to say In tho county platform
what men shall servo for, and elected
upon that, both legislator and olllelal
would know what td expect.
Thf Jouhnal docs not believe In
electing men who aro getting too
much out of their olllccs without kucIi
an agreement In advance. If that
agreement is not mado they will come
before tho legislature and plead that
thoy are entitled to tho salary In force
when they took ofllce and it strikes
many people that It Is a correct prin
ciple. H2LP1N3 TUB POPULISTS.
Tho Orcgonlan keeps up its
nefarious work of wrecking the He
publican party by copying nil the
Hwcoplng condemnations of tlioropu
The edict Is, if iho liopnbllcan
party cannot lm made u corporation
ring party, wiock It,
"If Dolph, and I and Jo. Simon
can't run It, wreck It, ruin It," Is the
"All the members who did not
Htutul in Willi ais are Populists," Is
Ho noverpiibllshas tlio names of tho
Portland gang who opposed nil refoim
merBurcM. Hut thank Clod, the pco
plo know them.
UAKIMt OK LANK-
Hon. V. II. linker, of Lane, was one
of tho most determined leadors In thu
lust legislature In lighting the old
Ho always got lighting mini when
ho took tho door to make a speech;
and iioverR.it down without shaking
his list In dellance at the foe of tho
people of Oregon.
Ho writes; M'Wlmt do I think of an
extra session of tho legislature? I
thlnkaiulHay most emphatically, Nol"
There Is something rcfrashlngly
positive In tills.
Mr. (leer Is evidently laltorlng tin
rt er tho Impression Una he has been of
somo service to tho Republican party.
Tho Statesman nUo recognizes this
nnd bring him out for state senator in
Mucwen'8 Arnica Halve
The e.i Sdve tn die w.mM h Cuts.
Ilrui.es. S.ie, Ulcers. S4I1 l),cum, j.-oc
. 'iW,.i It"".-' Chl,l,d hsmU. Chilblains,
andallhkiM l.iu,diMi, and ptuiiivcly cures
rile artist 1 ay rmuind It iiuirin,.i ..
cUo.tifcci kul.liciiun or money rttmulcdr
J'llce ij cenu a box. for sale by lied A.
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CURED AS IF nY MAQIC.
YlciKS ol Lost MsnhooJ sliouU urnl t
ipio tor k iwo
I rTly, nuktlj'
.11 ioiiuij f
rjliif can ar.
urjliifs can af.
fwl to unon tbls
v tolls hot
want and laca iimiUrlu.r2V.".
full .l.,...k .1.
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13 BUtlLDOZINQ LORD
oTho Portland Orogoniaa-Tclcgram
I a . ull t 111
DUIB - . -
Before this montM lias expire rncnoinciim utuwuu ioi- u
governor of Oregon ahonld be placed ( Weekly Newspaper,
squarleyon record ns having cither
acceded to or refused tho popular de
mand for an extra session of the legl ? ADVOCATES POPULAR HBASURfS
Nine-tenths of the people favor the,
proposition that their state senators Characteristic Utters From All
and representatives be given another ( Kinds of People,
opportunity to lighten the oppressive (
t-iY burden. Only the olllcc-holdcrs i .
tax uunicn. wii The pcn0IIlenH circulation of the
and their parasites oppose It. Hut -wekkly Capital Journal in all the
tbercha been no e.fort to formally V$ff
notify the governor of the popular Q eXpa,,atlon. Orders keep pour
. . .... i..... i...., n,i.inn iiti. imr in hv nvirv niiiil. and while names
a isire. -xwn iu vm
scattering tauc turuuK" ""r scrlptlon expires ino titiumoiii iiu
ptpcrs and among the taxpayers pass the Wj,
themselves. The occasion demands Weekly In the state. One year $1.00,
n iw.Mon should be taken,
tint itciccimvu ubwuh . "
Merc talk will not do the work. Every
man In the sute who piya a dollar
In taxes sliouui cxcri hiiiimju iu uuuk
a wilt a concentrated expression of
pjbtlc opinion and lay it before tho
governor. It Is utterly useless for
one taxpayer to depend upon another.
w .,. .. ,.rint.,i nnn ta iviiiimnii there
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B'aonlu be a common onoinu iuihimu
It. All of tho victims of past legis
lative treachery should get squarely
Into line and unite In an appeal to the
governor to assist thorn ill obtaining
If this Is not done tho people will
have only themselves to blamo for a
a two yearn' extension of Hie evils or
which tlicv aro now complaining. Tho
governor cannot be censured ir he (io
dines to accept mere rumor ns an ex
pression of public sentiment! A spec
ial session of tho legislature would
cost about $10,000, and homcthlng
more dcllulto than newspaper report
nnd street talk Is required to Justify
his excellency In putting tho state to
CONFESSION GOOD FOR THE SOUL.
Hut all of Oov. Lord's influence
went with those who were "holding1 a big dollar of tho daddy Inn coin
up" tho legislature on the senatorial mow envelope. It Is ouoof those "In
electien: and this was the pivot on ,(Jod Wl'mst," dollars, coined In 1803,
which ail measures turned. good enough for any American, and
Intlitt nbiivo words mo uil-uoiiihii ' K'm"I enoiiirlrforniiy newspaper. The
mine aooe woms iiiouiiguiiiuii Jouhnal Is the oihy saver nmi aim
gives away the principal cauc of the ' Weekly In Oregon. The Jouhnal Is
fii,.rnfti. wkintiim m km., ilu ' K110.0!!1): P)i' d Weekly in Oregon
pledges. Tho Dolph managers started
in n BiLrHW nvnrvMiiiifT tn nli.pt
in to sacrifice nicrthlng to elect
fRIln.. .... ..W1U1.I..J l.l.t ,il,lniil..',IV"'l""'"l."'l'9l!,l I'lU IHMIU-
..v, h...v -.n "I'li"',
tlons, rewards of olllce, and promises I
of more to hold votes for Dolph.
Thoy wauled a porsoual hcnntor
who would be owned, body and soul,
by tho ring m) they could say.we made
him and ho is our creature.
They cared nothing for public
sentiment, nothing for what the
people wanted, nothing for the piess
of tho state, nothing for the rank and
Hie of the party.
It was give us Dolph or lefonn bo
d d. Tho Oregonlan tells the
truth In the above.
Mr. stiver is too able mid daring a
man to lm promoted by tho old Toil
land ring. Ho Is also too clean a man
to suit them. Had ho used his brains
and abilities In tho service of tho
lieoplo as faithfully as ho has soned
party managers, thoy would not for-
HllL'n llllll 114 t lm irilmr linvo I
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Tho constitution says the governor
In calling 11 special bcsshm "shall
state to lwtli lioiwoh" what thoy are
called together for. Hut tho goyornor
told them Just what was necessary
The city council met lat night as a
kind of extraordinary legislative
session, lint the .council cut saliirlos
and tho extra session would only
talk about It.
The Statesman boys like Mr. Ueor
well enough. Their owners and
managers havo no uso for htm except
In campaign time.
Mr. Geer, thrum your Imm In the
aldo bills until Geo. Steol wills you !ho wll0, 0,K1 Uno,r " Mrs. Laura wine
from your retiwmot iiimin. "l!",?f.eo!ku K?n,M' i "I desire
Mr. Geer I evidently not available
nilior l ),.. d'.-Y
iiintr in tho Salem congressional
Alnt the peopto ti68uTslcK of mm.
Children Cry for
HWHY IT CIRCULATES
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- .m-. mmI I lAJMMMfl AA1 tm
- giVuck off the list as soon as a sub-1
six months GO cents, three inonins
,.";".. ,.,,,; inw Wlm nil run niTnrcl
t0 taY(0 Oregon Weekly, and theao
nut it. nnd conducted on the cash In
advance basis, they know they will
not have a bill run on them,
THE PEOPLE WANT IV.
The nconlo n 111 not way cash in ad
vance for a paper unless they want it
and awnrcclate it. Tub Weekly Is
IJW fMM MWV I'l.J VHM . -
a paper unless they want
iclatelt. Tub wkekxy
nsnomilnrnsTHiJONK cent imily
Is conceded to be tho iwwt won
i ular dally in Western Oregon. A innii
brought li) a silver half dollar the
I other dav and ordered It for two
I months. He said: "I can't get work
this winter. I can cet along without
one meal a day. Hut I can't got along
without Tim Oni; Cent Daily.
These long, cloudy, rainy, wlnterdays
it comes a welcome messenger tochcer
the whole family." Tho people feel
the same way about the Weekly.
FltOM NKTAKTS HAY.
i.(,inos a cheerlnir letter f rom a subscrl
her at Jvetarts, Oiegon wno encloses a
dollar and writes.:
"Deak Editehs: The Jouhnal
has the true Itepuollc.iu rlngaboutlt.
I wish that every paper In tho coun
try would advocate the peoples cause
ns The Jouhnal does. I will do all
lean for Tun Jouhnal
W. O. O'HAltA,
A Republican of -the 6chool of Abra
Mr. O'Hnra is not afraid to sign
himself an Abraham Lincoln Republi
can and The Jouhnal feels proud to
bo considered n champion of Abraham
l'HOM MAINE TO TEXAS,
Come orders for The $1 weekly
.InnnNAf,. Sllvor rim mra nr snnt.
John Holm, Lining, Texas, sends us
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niai ugnisuio wnoio gold i)ont iiuui-
ltig and stands for the right of tho
Aiiicrlcnii people tobuy their bonds. It
,e,linillS nciuibllonii legislation for
the American people Instead of for
Ml(lllf.HlllH.llljll. th.1 !.... .,. 1.. 1
noidors and syndicates,
ohdeh the jouhnal.
fit... ..!..... .1... II i Hf ..
.TiVi" ?, i". .. Z t . " . "S l "'V
for the mawjs and mjuiuI American
I HooU'h Is Wonderful.
'o less wondeiful
are the cures m-.
eompllshed by Hood's Karsaparllla,
even after other preparations ami
liliybU'lans' piescrlpiloiis have failed.
The iciiMin, however, Is simple.
When the blood Is enriched nnd purl
lied, disease disappears and good
health returns, and Hood's Snr.simu.
rlllit Is tho one truo blood purifier,
Hood's pills are prompt and clllclcnt
,!)"' J" ,10t "'Wi l'1'1" or Brliw.
1 ti 111 "
1 With minced
county, city and
school tax there Is
for tho tuxpajor.
T , ,, f - - s
LCI 1UC WllOlC VYOna
KUOW TllC GOOli
lYr AlilPQ'TTMri1 fur hnpo
VJ StVUl I VlUlVIUbi
K.VRT DISEASE, has lta victim at
illsadvautagu Always taught that
lioartdls(ao tslncuralilo. ulumth.
yuiptomslwome well deflncd, tho patient
bocomoa alarmwt and a uervous pnulc takea
placo. Hut vhun a. uro wmedy U founU
ami a ouro Directed, after year of aurlerlnc.
there Is great rejololujj anil desire to "Jet
iu,ri win wnoie world know what Dr. Miles'
Uoart Cure bu done for
Mp - irt Piir. SS,ftorl"?,er,lh"1
ncan Hue sln luwy heart, short-
ppctAc " of breath, paipiu.
WtlUlwa tton. nalninmviAftii.iA
Health.... PPe4 feeling In my
! , chest, weak ondhuurry
spells, bad dreams, could not lie on either
?! .M.n.Vmb ftu,,,ffefd terribly. I took
Dr Miles' Heart Cure and before I finUhed
theaecond txiitle I fell lu pood offects. I feel
lion that I am tmiy reeoored. and that Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure savtHl m !,.
lhat nrs( boU bencttts, or mouy 1 refunded!
Bn ft I! 1 1 r 'h Jr
JRV mr&&tif 93ib?Jmi3
The largest piece of
ever sold for io cents
To Arms to Arms.
5uoou men women and childern wanted to
buy the stock of fumiturr, carpets, ma tings,
rip . of J A Untan for the next 60 days at 1
cost or less, to make room for spring guotU.
I mean what I say, am also noing to add a
large line of wall pajicr and moulding to my
stock. J. A. ItOTAN,
WOtZ & MIESCKE, Props.
Dealars In all kinds of fresh anil salt meats.
CSTresh sausajju a specially.
I7t COMMERCIAL ST
32l Commercial tt. Cottle utocU
Succi'sortoC..M Heck & Co.
Ilest meats in tho city, Prompt dilhery at
SALEM WATER CO.
Ofiicei Willamette Hotel Building
Tor water service apply at office. Hills
payable monihly In advance. Make all
complaints at the office.
0en splcket to prevent freezing, posb
lively prohibited. Care ahrniM bo taken
11 in danger of freeiing to have stop and
waste gate closed sco section x rules and rrc
dation No deducdou in bills will be al.
lowed for absence or for any cause wlateer
unliss water is cut of from premises.
W. A. Cusick
3J. II. At.IiKRT.
Capital National Baot
Transact a general banking business.
Notice is hereby given that sealed plan,
and specifications will he received until K-b
TYi3'.,1?96' a' 'c,ock' m- ff bos.
pbal buildinc at the Soldier' ir.,m w,.
urg, Oreeon. Said buildinc to be of wood.
ne story lilcli. vilhha).cmrnf,ni.. ,,.,'
or four inmates and a ard lam ,w,i, t.
- --- - ...,,.,, 1 r.,Htv suvutn
- -- - IkUlllUIL IIHIIIIH
Jo persons, and t e estimated cost not to ex
Evru ssooo. 1 . ese nlant ml .n.nic..t
jmust include every tlnm; recessary for a com.
oplete structure, modern sanitation strictly ob
sened and addressed to the under.igned,
State House, tlem, Oregon. ,
. . U. F. Aiwv,
t-rtairman Executive Committee.
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ro vhu m ji".
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co.
California Express Train Run dai. between
Portland and Sin Fiancisco.
i 0:45 a-
Above trains stop at Eaut Cortland, Oregon
City, Wo illmru, Salem, Turner. Maiion,
Jellerson, Albany. Albany Junction. Irving,
Eugene, Creswell, Drain, and all stations
from Koelurg to Ashland, inclusbc
R03KBUKO MAIL DAILY.
lv. rortland ar.
Iv. Salem lv.
ar. Itoscb'g lv.
:ou p.m. iv. rortland ar. 10:05 a.m.
0:15 ji.m. ar. Salem lv. 8:00 a.m.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN HUFTEI' SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
between Portland and C-rvallis, dally (ex
7130 a m. I
12:15 pm. f
i'ouland, Ar 6:2o p,
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
ir.iis 01 uregon central & liastern Railroad
Express train daily except Sunday.
I Lv. Pi
I Ar. Mi
Si25 a m,
6:50 a. m
to all points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Luiope can be ubtojncd at lowest rate!
L. P, KOGERb, Ast. G. V. i: P. A .
R. KOEHLER, Manager. ''
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firci. or aar lofl
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fit k. .t.i.1..
arif mwOicwaifia. lm
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J "' Ute wr.i,p,r.
jk t;;.;r,ti..o ....crieati
Si AQJncy forA
Ffl . BV-
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IHARD TIMES PRICES!'
' Tbe tlmei are hard and I propose to give
uV public hard tlmei prlcw.
New f.ictor ahocailaln J oo
With toes and calki '5
IlanJmade Mcci shoes
Track ilioelng 2 5
.1 , .' Jack19 Jlarklns,
hop Chemtketa street. .
1 7 r7
Capit if Transfer o.
1 IIVItl &1 VIT11. IttUI
tt . ., f firrwitKI lIDrll:
Express, bngeage and all kinds
done promptly. Leave orders at
! Meets all mall and passenger trains Bag.
gage and express to all parts of the city.
Prompt service, Telephone Nu 70.
' JAMES RADER.
Condition powders, liniments, hcl
Ing lotions and ointments, bllsteilng oint
ments, purgitive pills and colic medicines al
ways on hand as cheap as elsewhere.
W. C. MITCHELL.
Graduate of Ont. Vet. College, Toronto
, Office and Dcspensary at Red Front Livery
, Stable, Salem, Oregon. .
Local agents in nil towns and localities
and throughout the United States and terri
tories to sell the best washer in use consider
ing its price from $3 to $5. For particulars
J. 13. DROWN,
156 State street. Salem, Oregon.
I' intrcial Street, Corner Stab
The Capital Printing Company ban 19
moved to ihit location. Ca.ll on us.
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. -Loans
consideied w ihnut delay
HAMILTON & MOIR
Bush Hank bulldlm.
MjNiy to lean:
On city or 'arm properly.
Over Bush's Dank.
T. K. FORD
I have S5000 to loan In one sum or an)
fractional part not less than $300 To lo.in b
Salem during the next 3o.days. Address
J. II. HAWLEY,
2CGxt Stark Street, Portland. Or
FARM FOR SALE!
360 acres, located it miles west of Wapata
station, Yamhill countv and i miles south
nfUaston. 17 acres of hops, large hop house,
20 acres wheat land. 10 acre meadow and
beaver dam: most of the balance well set in
n vjineiy 01 tame grasses. (Jood soil, no
rock, easily put in cultivation, with sprinc or
creek on every 40 acres. Will , ell in i-rcts
of 4oJncres or more at prices frpm $280 up.
ward, according to location andl improve,
ments. Easy terms. For further particulars
Inquire of Wu. II. EUAN.
1 4 m Oervals, Or
-Jniy TO MAKE
loo 00 for every $to invested can be made by
our new Systematic Plau of Speculation.
Jto 00 and mo-e made da'lynn small ines-
menu, by many persons who "live away from
All wo ask is to investigate our new and or.
Jgnal methcKls. Past workings or plan and
highest references furnUhed. Our Booklet
"I'oints and Hint,." how to make money
even when on the wrong side or the market
D"lh Information "eut FREE.
GILMORE & Co , Bankers and Brokers
Open Boardof Trade Bldg., Chicago, III
" JW-J..1 u.w
Will receive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to bcginneFs. All desired
branches for theolder pupils taught, incid-
IsL!1. mileUni1,', C'PWn "
m 1 dlf wor.k A1 ' work done on the in
dividual plan in which each child , ad
vanced according to its own capacity R
-. . ..., mm nemcKeta ts
Sat trday t Channing Hall.
,.,,""' R"Pe. 4S4 Marlon St
SSerB re"0nablC term,,..an Frien,ed
W A RAI'SEV
4S4 Murtow (
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Cp-buiu $ij upWards, Pants, upwands.fy
Miss Mod's School
C. H. LANE,
rJiiMirn lit wail
k Si. Paul R'y.
WINN BBOTASOi A'
'" .1!' " ' T M I LUAU K C ItMIh
GLANCE ATI HIS MAP.
Of the Ch'cago, Milwaukee and. St. Paul
Railway and note- its curirlcctloi with all
transcontinental llnes'ni St. IMul nnd Omaha
and reiuember when going east that its trains
are lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is supcib, Elegant
Iluflet, library, smoking and sleeping cars
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car berth as an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars aro the bj;st In the woild.
Other lines arc longer than this, but none
arc shorter, and no other offers the above lux
urious accommodations. These arc sufficient
reasons for the popularity of Thu Mllwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail
road office will give yon further information,
C. J. EDDY. General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, Ttav. Pass. Agent.
(ESTABLISHED 1830) '
Volume CXXXII begins January, 1896
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