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Dalfy Capital Journal
Y IIOKBR BROTHUR3
Kill DAY, FE. 21,1800.
I hereby Announce myself ns a
candidate for tlic olllce or COUNTY
ASSESSOR subject to the will of the
county Republican convention.
d-w .1. A. YAK EATON.
THE SILVER DOLLAR.
Continued ffom tint page.
I wanted the gentleman
Mr. Mcltao-Uut the gcntlomnn
must not confuse circulation with
the standard or measure of value.
To Illustrate, If the demand for gold
In some other country for some spcclnl
purpose Increases Its value or makes
It scarce here, there will at once be
n demand foi sliver to meet the scarc
ity occasioned by the withdrawal of
gold, and for the featnc reason the
nluo of silver will be Increased, so
that one may circulate today and the
other tomoi row. At any given mom
ent the standard actually used In any
particular country may be one or the
other and not both; hut If tho right
to ubo cither Issccurolt will tend to
make cacli metal chango less than It
Mr. Catchlngs Then my frlaud,
under that dcllnttion, would consider
Mexico a bimetallic country, and alio
lms the same privilege.
Mr. Hrntnni Docs Mexico coin any
gold at all?
Mr. MoRao Certainly not. She
lias silver monometallism, nob bimet
allism. I am as much opposed to
the stnglo silver standard as I am to
tho single gold standard.
Silver Is historic, constitutional,
Democratic money. Since thoorganl
zatlon of human government gold and
silver have both been used nb money.
When tho United States secured their
Independence tdlvor was In use as
standard money In tho mother coun
try as well as In tho colonics. It was
distinctly recognized by tho Constitu
tion, and from the foundation of the
govcrnincnj, following a policy In
dorsed by Jefferson and defended by
Jackson, tho Democratic party lias
beon tho party of bimetallism, favor
lug tho coinage of both gold and nil
splracy to check tho progress, hoclal
development, and Christian senti
ment of a government now tho van
guard ofblvlllratlou-a government
whoso mission It Is to lead, not to
It Is common for those who take
tho opposite side of this question to
toll us that gold and civilization, and
silver and barbarism, go together. I
ask, Mr. Chairman, when did Franco
and Oenuany reach their highest
state of civilization? Was it not bo
forothey went to gold monometallism?
When did our own beloved country
show the greatest growth In popu
lation and prosperity among tho far
luers and other producers?
It was under tho free-col nago act of
1837. hi 18(50 tho fanner of our
country owned more than one-half the
wealth of the United States; now they
own less tluuiJM per cent of It. It
was not until Franco, Oormany, Eng
land and the United States adopted
the gold standunl that they wcro
mulcted with mhJiiI discord and labor
Tako tho gold-ulug countries as n
whole, and they have national dobu
aggregating WO pur capita, whllo that
of the silver-using countries Is only W
pjr capita. Fngland has been referred
to a a great creditor nation. In tho
ainwj that tho coriwratlons of this
and other countries owe her people,
'iJ Auditor nation, but let us ut
f irgM that tho government of Great
Britain . owe 13,600,000,000, which Is
n.'jouUDOpojr capita for each subject.
Other European countries nro not In
as good condition.
Edward Atkinson is reported to
pawn in t - -
tktimi ef eoBsterfeit. and Urdu-
7 77 '
have said thai the public
Europe had Increased from $2,000,000,
000 to 22,000,000,000 within the past
century. England Ikih paid only about
$500,000,000 of her national ocut our-
Ing the last llfly yearn. Yet this is
the progress and civilization held up
as an example for the United States.
At the rate we are helling bonds we
may come to It; uut'nttlils time, with
more people and more wealth, we owe
only about one-fourth of what Great
Britain does, to say nothing about her
dependencies, for the most important
of which she enforces the silver
standard. If you want a great
national debt, continue the single
gold standard, but if you want a freer
cotnmcrco, an Independent and happy
people freed from debt, n government
resting upon manhood with equal
rights to nil and Bpeelal privileges to
nope, give us the bimetallism estab
lished by the fathers of the republic.
For one, I do not believe that a
national debt Is a hlcsslng, and I
deny that our government or people
can advance civilization by getting In
I trust the time will soon come
our public and private debts
will be paid. Debts are the greatest
troubles to our people, nnd with the
rising value of gold they cling to them question is that the fifty-third con
ns did tho "old man of the sea" to the cress, which was Democratic, failed
neckofSlndbad thcsallor. I
Mr. "Washington -Allow me to ask cal sin of omission on the part of the
the gentleman how much has the Democratic administration must be
national debt been decreased since confessed.and tho people administered
1870, when we resumed specie pay- n severe punishment In 180). Wo must
merit, and was that reduction had on now turn our attention to correcting
a gold basis or a silver basis? tho mistakes of two years ago and
Mr. McRao It has been reduced elect none who have deceived us. I
about one-half. I believe the only chance for the sue-
Mr. Little How much cotton would cess of tho freo coinage of silver at the
pay It then and how much cotton noxt election is to iiave the Demo
would pay It now? I emtio national convention declare for
Mr. McRacH would take about as it and nominate a candidate who be-
much cotton to pay It now as It would
thon. Rut thanks to a patriotic peo
ple and tho Rlaud Act, a large part of
It has been paid. For the 12 years
that followed tho passugo of that act
our commerce Increased and our peo-
plo prospered as much as was possible
with a gold standard and high pro
Mr. Catchlngs Docs my friend at
tribute that to the use of sliver?
Mr. Mcltae 1 do In a largo meas
Mr. Catchlngs Why not to the fact
that tho resumption of specie pay
ments had given us u bound and
Mr. Mcltae I say that tho resump
tion of specie payment at that thuo
without the use of slher was Impos
sible. Mr. Boatner-Then the gontlcman
admits, that the Illand dollar does not
rest on the sime basis as paper money,
hut Is money or tlual redemption?
Mr. Mcltue- There Is a nst differ
ence between the silver dollar and
paper money. Notwithstanding the
standard slher dollar has been de
nounced and boycotted by tho treas
ury onlclals and the most of the bank
ers since the piinsaga of the Bland act,
It Is today as good as gold here or
elsew here, less t rmmportat Ion charges.
No man, can bo found who over lost a
ver as standard, moucy, For tho last
fifteen or twoutjf jears we hao had
three distinct llnunnlal alleles pre
sented to tho country by the lenders
of as many different political parties:
1. The single gold standard with the
national-bank notes for currency,
which has leon and Is yet supported
by a majority of tho Republicans.
Asa general thing, Republicans are
opposed to silver, but I do not say
all Republicans, for there are soma In
the South and West who fuor it.
n mi... i . . ...
- 4 no irmircmauie tiat paper
money advocates, who make uo dls
tlnctlou between metallic and paper
money, and demand Uia.t it all shall
bo Issued by the government to the
iwupicupon a per caultitf l5J This
wihemoof llnanco Is ntWatwlby the
Populist, wi,0, us a geueralhlng, do
not bollevo In rwinjjtlpjf ragiey, care
nothing for either goldor silver, and
favor silver because It i popular lu
eenaunaujej warn Democrat
against such pretended friends,
JUL., a ,5?
T.he old1 safesnd tpurid bimetal
lic doctrine of gold and sliver as the
basis, and such an amount of paper
money as can be kept at par with
coin has been maintained by a large
majority of tho Dcruocratlci'lenders
und voters, and In my opinion this Is
what a majority of the people desire.
The present executive has been
twlco elected as a Democrat, the first
time In 1881, on a platform 'declaring
for "honest money, thegold and silver
coinage of the constitution, and a cir
culating medium convertible Into
such money without loss," the last
time In 189J, when the party was
committed to the use of both gold
andslhcras the standard money of
the country; and to the coinage of
both gold and silver withoutdlKcrlml-
natlng against either metal or charge
for mintage etc.; and the only time
that he was cut defeated before the
people was In J888 when his party
made nodlstlnctdcclarution upon the
coinage Question, and the same year
the Republican party declared for the
use of both gold and silver ns money
and condemned the policy of his ad
ministration In Its efforts to demone
In every Democratic congress ex
cept one fcjnrc the passage of the net
of 1873 a majority of the Demo
cratic representatives and senators
have endeavored to right the great
wrong perpetrated by that law. Our
party Is not responsible for bringing
this country to a single gold standard.
All that can be truthfully said
against tho record of our paity on this
to restore silver oolnage. This polltl-
lleves In It.
I do not believe that any president
of tho United States will ever pre
side during the life of any of us who
li elected upon a platform declaring
distinctly against silver. The Rcpuh-
.lleans of the house may do like the
last congress, and defeat this amend
ment, but the people, mark my pre
diction, will rebuke them for It ns
they rebuked tho Democratic party.
Mr. Catchlngs Docs my friend
think that any man could bo elected
president on any platform that de
clares for tho freo coinage of sliver at
ratio of 10 to 1 without the coopera
tion of other countries. ?
Mr. McRac Yes; I believe with all
my heart and soul that If the Demo
cratic party, when it meets In con
vention at Chicago in July, declares
for the free, unlimited, Independent
coinage of silver at a ratio of 10 to 1
it will carry two-thirds of the states
of the Union, and give the Republi
can party, If it adopts a single gold
standard platform, bucIi a defeat as It
never gave it before. Applause.
No Domocrat who lovea tho prin
ciples of his party ought to refuse
a hearty support to Itanomlnees-what-ever
may be our differences on tho
coinage question, for we can accom
plish nothing without organization.
It may bo necessary to reform the
party before It can reform tho coinage
aud currency laws. But let us swear
by the sacred memories of the found
ers of Democracy and that faith due
the people that wo will tread no
backward stops upon these qnestlons.
The day of slated candidates Is over.
Uut in these days all .orts of ruses are
resorted to by politicians, and all fair-
minded men should be on their guard
against attacks aud slanders on any
Republican. Only small men work by
thoso means; but small men, ire opt to
bo mors active in politics iha'n,pthcra.
One of them ruses Is the report that
Salem "managers" have slated this
man or that man In tho county some
where for some county olllce or other.
Thft fnt In ti cu... ...mil
v.., lwiiucians are
in a position, to slate anyone In Salem
or out of Salem. The Salem primaries
aro not yet held and no politician or
set of politicians can elate eyeu the
P.raThe people afo thoroughly I
aroused tq. tlnj .necessity' of holding
their own primaries.
Weekly. Newspaper, (
IT ADVOCATES FOPIMRV
Characteristic Letters From All
Kinds of People,
The phenomenal circulation of the
WfeiiKLY Capital Jouunal.Ih all tho
postotllccs of Western Oregon causes
ii ,rr.nt, flonl of Mllllliont. Mid' I1CCUS
some explanation, Oidcrs keep pour
ing in by every mail, and whllo names
are struck off the list as soon as n sub
scription expires the additions sur
pass the expirations.
IT IS TIIK CHKAFJ3BT
Weekly in the state. One year $1.00,
six months CO cents, three months Z
cents. At this low price all cad afford
to take an Oregon Weekly, and these
hard times they naturally take the
cheapest. It Is too cheap to do with
out it, nnd Conducted on the cash In
advance basis, they knov they will
not have u bill run on them.
THE PEOPLE WANT IT.
The people- will not pay cash in ad
vance for a paper unless they want It
and appreciate It. Tub Wueicly is
as popular ns The Onk Cent Daily
whlRii Is conceded to be the most pop
ular daily in Western Oregon. A man
broUKht in u silver half dollar the
otlicr day nnd ordered it for two
lminflm. Tin wild! "I can't ITCt WOrK
this winter. I can get along without
ono meal a day, uut l canxgeuaioiig
without The One Cent DAily.
These long, cloudy, rainy, winter-days
It comes a welcome messenger tocheer
the whole family." The people feel
the same way about the Wj:ekly.
Q FKOAf NETAKTS ilAY.
comes a cheering letter from a subscri
ber at Netart.8. Oregon who encloses a
dollar and writes:
"Deaic Editousi The. JomttfAL
has tho true Republican rlngaboutlt.
I wish that every paper lir tho coun
try would advocate tho peoples cause
as The Jouknal does, I will do all
I can for The Jouknal
W. O. O'HARA,
A Republican of the school of Abra
Mr. O'llara Is" not afraid to sign
himself an Abraham Lincoln Republi
can and The Jouknal feels proud to
bo'consldored a champion of Abraham
FltOM MAINE TO TEXAS.
Como orders for The $1 Weekly
Jouknal. Sliver dollars arc sent.
John Holm, Lullng, .Texas, sends us
a oig dollar or tno iiaouy in a com
mon envelope. It Is ono of those "In
God WeTrust." dollars, coined In 1803,
good enough for nny American, nnd
good enough for any newspaper. THE
jouknal Is tho only silver Dally and.
Weekly In Oregon. The, Jouknal s
tho only Daily and Weekly In Oregon
that lights tho wliolo gold bond .hum
bug nnd stands for tho rlghfVf tho
American people to buy their bonds. It
domunds Republican legislation for
the American people Instead of for
the corporation, tho trusts, the bond
holders nnd syndicates. 1
OKDEK THE JOUKNAL.
Circulate tho Daily and Weekly.
Stand by tho causo of good govorment
for the masses nnd sound American
principles. Wo will pay oxtra postage
on silver. Don't Bend stnmps.
Did You Ever.
Try Electric Hitters as a remedy forVyour
troube? II not. tret a bottle now andt rVet
relief. This medicine has been found Jto be
peeulUrly adapted to the relief and cure-of
all Female Comnla'nts. exert a wonderful
direct influence in giving strength and toncjto
the organs. If you have loss of Appetite,
Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spcllsr
are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable.MeJant
choly or troubled with DIrzy Spell.-qElectHc
uiucrs is me meuicineyou neea. iicaim ana
Strength are guaranteed by its use. Fifty
cents and Jt.oo at Fred A, Legg.s Drug Store
When Daby was sJcIc, we kt her Castor!.
Whin aho was a'Chlld, she cried for Castor U.
Whoa ho btcano Him, alio clung to Cwtorta.
w&m ahe had Children, aha gave them Castorla.
Rrewstcr & WhlteV tlio" feed storo
men at 01 Court streot, lmvo Just re
ceived n carload of II rstolass clover
Children Cry for
A WHHI F -N
for 10 CENTS.
3 Wys to Get f c-w j , cijm,
TA Circus : Slfl MaKSjSaU
tkobrtr 9ffhm Tobacco Co., Durham, ff.C.
CALL FOR CONVENTION.
A Republican convention for the
state of Oregon Is called to meet in
the city of Portland, on Thursday,
April 0, 1800, at 11 o'clock a. ni., for
the purpose of nominating candidates
for tho prcsldental electors and state
nnd district -oilices, except congress
men, and pf ekcting,four dclcgatcs-at
ventfont njul to transact fuch Other
business ns may properly come before
fin. .-(invention. The convention will
consist of 237 delegates chosen by the
several counties as follews:
Tho same being ou delcgatc-at-largo
from each county nnd one dele
gate for every 200 votes, and for every
fraction over orie-lialf thereof cast for
the Republican candidate for governor
at the election held In this state on
June 4, 1891.
The committee reccomends that the
primaries be held on Saturday, March
21, and the county convcntlonson Sat
urday, March 28, 1800, unless other
wise ordered by the proper county
All votcis In favor of tho Republi
can principle of protection to Ameri
can Industries and American labor,
the upbuilding or a home mnrkct, a
sound llnanclal policy nnd a patriotic
enforcement of the Monroe doctrine
arc cordially invited to unite with us.
George A. Steel
William Kapus, Chairman.
Portland, Or., Feb. C, 1800
A Republican convention for the
first congressional district, of the
state of Oregon, Is hereby c ill5d to
meet In tho city of Albany on Tues
day, April", 181)0, ut 3 p. m. for tin
purpose of nominating a candidate
for congress aud two delegates to the
natlqnal Republican com out Ion. The
convention will consist of V12 dele
gates tobe chosen by the several
counties,1 as follews:
Coos ..'. 4
Joscphlno .... 4
Lnno .',-... 11
Tho same being ono delegate at
largo for each county,nnd ono for each
200 votes, or fraction over one-half
thereof, cast for tho Republican gov
ernor at tho election held Juno 4, 1804.
Tho comiaitto recommends that tho
primaries nnd county conventions bo
hold In nccordanco with tho recom
mendation of tho stato central com
mittee. Tnos. II. Tongue, President.
J. A. Wilson, Sccretarv.
1 How's Thisl
We olTorlOno Hundred Dollars Re
wind for Any case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
3 J. Chenuy & Co.. Prons..Toledo.O-
uu mo uimcrbigneu. nave Known a.
J. Cheney for tho Inst IB years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and llnanclnlly
able to carry out any obligation made
by tholr ilrm.
West & TnuAX.Wholesale Druggists,
Waldino, Kinnan & Marnin, Whole
sale Drucclsts. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Prlco 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Tho partnership Arm of Smith &
Sctllndlor. blacksmiths, linvlna Hnnn
dissolved on January 1,1800, all per
sons Indebted to said Smith & Behind-
ier are nereoy notmeu to call at tho
blacksmith shop, No. 50 Stato street,
Salem, Oregon, nnd sottlo their ac
counts atoncojotherwlsoaald accounts
win 00 pmceu in ino nanas or nn at
tornoy for collection. 2-14-d2w
Salem, Or., Feb. 14, 1800.
f , t a -
Commercial Street, CorQcr k
Tho Capital ;Pri,nB -moved
to that l9cation.Calu;a;rh
Into society, and womanhood as well, Is
an extremely critical period In every girl's
life. At this time she needs advice, and,
what's more help of the right sort If she
n.. iir fahlt In Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription it can bring only good results. " w"n" M Steam Cooke, ,ffff
It's a medicine mat's maae especially 10 ".";." "sown price in (ht.
build up women's strength and cure wo- clothes in less than six months l..
men's allmcnts-an Invigorating, restore- p. by express, propatd, for U 't 1 '
tivc tonic, soothing coruiai, anu Dreeing in copper, lor parllculms add,.. '"-I1
nnrlHl tllirClV VCITCiaUlC. llUD - aiCOHOIlL -
nnd perfectly harmless. For all the func.
tional derangements, painful disorders, nnd
chronic weaknesses that afflict womankind,
the "Favorite Prescription " Is specific.
TERRIBLE PAIN AND PAINTINO SPELLS.
Mtthaniaburgh, Cumbtrland Co., JU.
Da. R. V. Pihrcb, Buflato, N. Y. : Dtar Str-
ing your medicine I wai
very sickly. I had fre
quent ipefla of faintlnfr,
terrible pain in ray head,
and life was o burden to
me. I mi attended by
one of the best physi
cians in our town, but
with no good results. At
last a neighbor advltcd
me to try Dr. Pierce's
which I did. nnd after
taking one bottle I felt
greatly benefited. I
would advfoe all ladles
similarly nflllcted to try
Mas. JACOBS. I'avonic rrcj ipuuu.
YM"JSrlBAMUra, A. JACOBS.
A book of 16S pages, entitled ".Woman
and Her Diseases," sent sealed in platn
envelope for :o cents in 6tamps to pay
postaec. Address Dr. Pierce as above.
W0LZ & MIESCKE, Props.
Dealars In all kinds of fresh and salt meats.
Freh sausapn a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
32I Commercial st. Cottle lilook ,
Successor to C. M. Deck & Co.
Best meats In tho city, Prompt delivery at
SALEM WATER COr
Office: Willamette Hotel Building
For water t service apply a$ c
ayablej monthly in advance,
Ooen solcket to nrevent freczinc. dos!
lively prohibited. Care should bo taken
if in danger of freezing to have stop and
waste gate closed seo section 3 .rules and reg
ulation. No deduction in bills will be al
lowed for absence or for any cause whatever
unless water Is cut of from premises.
THE WAR IS OVER
and no one Is hurt. The undersigned have
dissolved partnership on State street, and has
opened a wagon and carriage shop at 320
Commercial st In connection with Sprague
&Crounk's blacksmith shop, opposite the
State Insuranco building, where I will carry
a complete line of carriage and wagon wood
material, and I am ready to build or repair
any kind of vehicles on ihort notice, from the
heaviest to the lightest, and will give prices
which haye never been heard of before. I
guarantee all work to give perfect satisfaction.
Give me a call.
It. J. IIERSCHBACn,
1 2" Salem, Oregon.
FREE TO ALL LADIES!
I have a very simple home treatment which I
will send free to all suffering women. Cures
female troubles of every nature. Most won
derful remedy ever known
The half has never been told;
For could we with Ink the ocean fill,
Were every blade of grass a quill,
Were the whole world of parchment made
And every woman a scribe by trade
u ten mo menu 01 uaim ot figs.
Ilwould drain the ocean dry.
Nor would the scroll contain the whole,
Address Mrs. J. W. B., box 96, fallman,
moucn sireicnea irom sirv m ibv.
Linn county, Or,
TO THE FARMERS!
We haveiust completed a new feed yard,
one-half block south of the court house.
Please give us a call. Team 10c.
1 BUSSARD & SIMPKINS.
J. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes-aspwtalty of fine repair work, Seth
momasi clock, etc., atg Commercial Street
. . F, yAN DER BAAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber.
, 481 Winter street.
EPHard times prices always.
MONEY TO LOAN
un iarm land security. Special
ies on larce loans. I
considered without delav.
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property.
T. K. FORDJ
Ihe times am mrA -.l r . .
the nuMie i,.r.ir,"j "? 'roPW0 ,0 8'
New factory shoes.plain. , ,
With toes and calki ! S
Hand.made . ifnX S
Track shoeing ? ?
JVnJJIlXr llili III
III all town? nnil 1,.i!.! .
unitca & ates and territories to sdiS"? S
. . .. --..... .uiaiiiiei tit...... y
am ivasncr ana steam Cook r.'l
. T n -V
156 Stato street.
Southern Pacific (J
California Express Train-Run diitfktw,
Portland and San Francisco ;
8150 p. m.
t 0145 a. m.
r. 1 uruana at.
lv balem v,
ar. San Fran. (
' " ,
Abover trains stop at East PoriUnd
from Roseburg to Ashland, tnclusire.
nva&iiuim MAIL DAILY,
lv. Salem lv.
nr. Roscb'g ly.
lv. Portland an
nr. salom lv,
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROW
TULLMAN BUFFET RrJ?wn
and second-class sleeping cs atuchedtttl
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
Ijetween Portland and Corvallii, ddrJ
7:30 a.m.! Lv.
12:15. p.m. .
At Albany and Corvallii cotmt
trains of Oregon Central & Eutem WSx
Express train daily except SnnJ;,
4:45 P- ni I Lv.
7125 p. m. Ar.
to all points In the Eastern Sluet, 01
ana Europe can be obtained at lowest m
from W.W. SINNER, Agent S!aj
K, JVUiiiiUliK, Manager.
Of the Chicago, Milwaukee vA!
Railway and note Its connectioa "!
tRHI.Knnlln.nlol Unix It St. VUl
and r.m.mkaf ulin fmtntT fiftXt tBll-'J
are lighted with electricity . El
steam. Iu equipment is Pe'1, 7J
BlTet, library, smoking ana m
with free reclining chairs. Bl
car beith has an electric readini; Wj
IU dining cars are tne.w"
Winer lines arc iuiikei -- -7 ju
are shorter, and no Other offers USi
urious accommodations. Tb?i: 1
1. 11 - ;A.t .irftits IB Jnv.j
road office will give yonfurthffl
C. J. EDDY. General As4J
w-t-,v-mtrtn niifr B"Trrt 1 M
munn Tea, mi mr&ft
AMa kflMAn fOf CMM TThnJCIJ. ..
y" -TT-7-fthTIW" n.ulfl
Huinii -flLlll. onn M
rrB-f, PAUL 4
M.W N BJ30T $ysj$J
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. X MlLWAUKtf
T-.t ,iutton tt.mxsrv.'is.
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