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tions is as good aa the genuine.
Daily Capital Journal
BY HOFKK BROTH ISRS,
MONDAY, MAHCII 10, 1800.
FOIt SCHOOL SUPEUINTENDKNT.
The undersigned hereby announces
himself ns n candidate for the olllcu of
county school superintendent, subject
to the nctlon of the Itcpiihllcnti
II. II. Smith.
1 hereby nnnounco myself ns n
candhlnto for the ohicc of COUNTY
ASStfSSOIl subject to the will or the
county Republican convention.
d-v .1. A. VAN EATON.
I hnvo consented to have my nninc
borne before the Itcpubllciui county
convention for representative.
E. W. Chapman.
THE MARION DEMOCRATS.
Marlon county Democrats nssembled
In very respectable numbers ns a
county convention last Saturday at
Salem. They were ns intelligent and
orderly political assemblage as one
would like to sec. They wemed to
have met for a well-defined purpose
which they kept In view. Long be
fore the convention adjourned It was
apparent to spectators that they
would not behold the usual manifesta
tions of boyish pranks and brotherly
There was a steadier hand at the
helm. -P. N. Derby had been
at work for a few weeks bringing
order and system Into the disordered
ranks. Tlio usual set-to of factions
was avoided. Mischief-makers were
avoided. 'Kickers were sat upon.
When the chairman had concluded a
carefully considered speech, the proper
delegates made the appropriate
motions. The convention unfolded
itself in a btiHlncss like way.
John 11. Mitchell, Republican and Mr. Derby and the sthcr leading
nil citizens wlin arc opposed to the HKhtsoMho party are to be congrut-
domlnatlon of tho old Portland ring
In our state affairs should turn out to
tho Republican primaries in Marlon
county noxt Friday, March 20. See
to It that delegates arc elected to the
county convention March 24 who will
do their duty in nominating a Mitch
ell legislative ticket composed of five
men who will not hnvo to bo paid
with otltccs or othcrwlso to do their
duty, and who cannot bo hired to
vote for a candidate of AVall street
and tho corporations. Lot no minor
lssuo dofcat tho paramount duty of
choosing a people's senator and a
legislature frco from tho corrupt
domination of ring Influences.
Not all who shout Israel aro of
Israel says tho Scripture. Not all
who shout Mitchell are Tor Mitchell.
A year ago an effort was begun In
Oregon to shelve Mitchell. Hut lie
was so strong with tho people that
was abandoned some time ago, and
now men aro catching onto tho popu
larity of tho man's name to foist
themselves upon tho pcoplo as Mitch
ell men when at heart they are ma
chluo men and will betray Mitchell
for tho machine if they have a chanco
ulatcd on their success in curbing
the conflicting elements in their
party. For a number of years Demo
cratic conventions have been the
laughing stock of tho county The
Democrats have redeemed themselves
In the eyes of the pcoplo and shown
themselves capable of conducting a
solf-governlng parliamentary conven
Mi ..y -, 1
WASHINGTON PRIMARY LAW.
The last Washington legislature
enacted a primary law that went Into
operation for the first time, Thursday,
March 12, to elect delegates to the
city convention. Tho law requires
that at a caucus the day before tho
primaries n list of names shall be
selected. That caucus is secret and
controlled by the machine. Then the
Sec. 0. The managing committee
shall cause a list of the names of such
delegates so selected to be printed on
one ballot of convenient form for caclt
polling precinct, which ballot shall
be tiie only ballot voted at .such pri
mary election and shall be obtained
only by tho voters from the primary
election officers Immediately before
It will be seen that tho citizen has
little or no choice of names tovoto for
as delegates and ho can not make up
an Independent slate. The only ticket
he can vote Is one handed him by the
oillccrof the machlno primary, and
whose name was put on the ticket by
the machine. The Tacoma News says
of the result:
There is a general feeling of elation
and confidence about tho city hall, ns
the result of the Republican primaries
Is discussed that manifests Itself In all
the ofllces, and clerks us well as heads
of departments have their counten
ances wreathed In the hlnndcst of
bland smiles as they express their
opinions on the outcome of the ap
Thk Journal docs tint bcllcc that
the new Washington law will prove n
reformatory measure. It is legalized
boss rule, from which tho pcoplo will
get no relief. The old-fashioned open
primary, or a direct voto for party
candidates, Is a better system.
Tho following communication seems
to be for thepurpose of refuting the
statements , contained in a report
concerning a number of youthful
boxers who wcro reported to Indulge
In scml-occnslonal boxing matches. It
Is a pleasure to know that tho state
ment regarding tho respectability of
the parents was not erroneous.
East Salem, )
iiaiik "Vtiif ttMtl rTMt I rtrtW It attaints L
March 13, 189(1. )
Emtok Jeuhnal: f see a com
munication in your Issue of yesterday j
In which you say there is an organized
! sparring club, nnd a number of state
ments, some of which are true, but
the most arc fabrications. There Is a
barn here (that's true.) On March 7
n number of tho neighbor's children
played they had a little show, speak
ing and other sports. There wore
three boys of us, and two of tho three
put on u pair of old glovcsand sparred.
But thcro was no knock out, ns you
speak of, no club, no truth in the
whole write-up except the statement
that our people are respectable people.
Onk of the Hoys.
for 10 CENTS.
master, olown. aorobats.barobaok ridpra, trainod . doga and olo-.
phants, winding up with tho pantomlmo of Humpty Dumpty, t
Including all tho obaraotora and noonory.
3 Ways to Get f ci1
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This Circus :
lo Conpons, or
1 Coupon and 10 cents, or
14 cts. without any Coupons,
Blackwell'a Durham Tobacco Co., Durham, N.C,
nnd tho Ciroua will bo sent you postpaid. You will find 1 opupon,
lniido eaoh 2 ouooo bag, and 11 coupons lnsido often 4 ounco bag of
Duy a bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read the
S coupon, which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them.
V 2 CENT STAMPS ACCEPTED.
HARD TIMES FACTS.
The eastern pupcrs arc publishing
tho religion of all tho governors.
Oovoruor Lord Is not In tho llNt us
having uuy religion. Hut lie has a
very kind heart when liocan favora
deserving man struggling to support
Ids family. Ho has appointed several
ho know to Iks good men and nover
usked them what their politics or
religion wore. Hy tho way, an Eng.
Ilsli prime minister ouco said no
gentleman would speak of his religion.
A now disease to Oregon pruno or
chards is Ilrown rot, and tho wholo
product or several orchards wcro this
year destroyed by It.-Coqulllo City
That disease can't hold u candlo to
tho Gorman Wilson tarllT. While it
luxe every mouthful of sugar an
American family eats, It admits
Turkish and Asiatic prunes at a low
revenue duty that yields no revenue,
but makes all Amorlum prunes u drug
on tho markut.
THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
The Marlon Democrats departed
from tholr usual platform of exalta
tion of themselves nnd denunciation
of their opponents. Not n word in
approbation of the Cleveland adminis
tration, not a word in denuncia
tion of tho Itcpubllcan state
government or oven the legislature,
no allusion to their time-honored
party traditions or tho Iniquitous
high tariff! What does it mean?
Tiiey did go to a great deal of
trouble to endorse free cnlnmrn i,t
silver, and so Instructed their dele
gates to the state convention, sonio of
whom are single standard mon. The
young delegate who voted to table
tho resolution all nlono was not In
formed as to the program, or ho
would not liuvo Jlono so. Many of the
older heads who are staunch Cleve
land goldltes kept silent or voted for
tho free silver resolution.
What does It mean? Simply that
If there Is an opportunity these
gentlemen would bo willing to uuito
all tho silver elemouts in thostato
under the banner of Democracy. The
temptation to iguoro the tarlfl.forolgn
Immigration, tho Monroe doctrine,
state, county and municipal reforms,
uud all other questions to get Into
power onco more was too great to bo
An Unsolicited Expression.
Salem, February 22, 1806.
To Whom It Mny Cencern:
I havo read Mr. Hofer's lecture on
the early history of tho English lan
guage and peoples. Without solicita
tion upon tho part of any one, I wish
to express my high appreciation of It.
It is a production of merit, nnd It
deals with tho most" Interesting and
Important of subjects In a stylo that
Is clear and forcible. You will bo
Interested In It from first to last.
II. A. Drnton,
Pastor First Christian Church.
The editor of Tub .Iouknal Is pre
pared to deliver this lecturo bufore
literary or religious societies, or
schools or colleges. Subject: "Sources
and Beginnings of English Literature."
GOOD HKADlWa KOlt THi:
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"When Baby was sick, wo pare her Castorla.
When aho was a Child, she crfod for Castoria.
, TVfcen aho became Silas, aho clung to Castorla.
fV"n tho had Children, the care them Cantor!,
Notice to Huilding Contracters: Scaled
bids will be received at the office of Secretary
of State, Salem, Or., until I o'clock p. m.,
Wednesday, April 8, 1896, for the erection
and complctluii of 11 hospital building at
Roseburg, Or,, according 10 plans, ipccilica.
tioni, etc., now on exhibition at the office ol
Deloj D. Neer, architect, 133 First street
Portland; state house. S-lem, Or.: anil at the
Soldiers' Home, of Roseburg, 0. All bids.
mutt be accompanied with a eeltified ch'-ck.
drawn to the older of Ji. H (Jrmby, chair
man board of trustees. Oregon Soldiers'
Home, in a sum equalto.sptr Ciiit of bid,
the same to bj forfeited ami and apphtd to
the Soldiers' Home, fund in cas? the lowmt
or accepted bidder faiN to enter Into contract,
with acceptable bonds, in the sum of the full
amount of contract, with at lean two sureties,
within lo days after the nward of contract.
All bids must be addressed to
S. B. OKMSIIY.
"Care Secretary ofState Silcm. Or.,
"Tender of (nnme) for Hospital
at Soldiers' Home."
The right to reject any and all bids !
hereby reserved. By order of the Hoard of
Trustees of the Soldiers' Home.
Attest: S. Ii. OKMSIIY, Chmn.oNJoard
321 Commercial st. Cottle Block
Successor to C. M. Beck & Co.
Hest meats in tho city, Prompt delivery at
...-.... .,., irjiiiu nnri ji
I hove rciroved my shop lo J. J, Harklns
late pluce o! business on Court street, and am
prepared to do all kinds of first-class black
smith and wood work. I will be pleased to
see my friends there.
. J. HERSCIIMCH,
Ii meketa street.
car. easjly Understand the rale L
qulied lo pay. Theo rates ,M
grcai nmny and perhaps udwnce a f-. ,, '
find by canvassing the city some W 1!
underrated. The object 6l th ot.
equalize rates And treat all con"&
do ng lusilce to every one l nAJJ '3
reductions it is necessary for , , J
every posiilde expense, Wa fi
that all water rents be pad mo 1.7?
a, possible, at the office fcroieTftj
month this Nvlll save the exmeft
Hon. After that date water takers i;!u
b, cut off without, notice, iffijft
made as fast as duss hie .inrin,. .1.
I. M. WALLACE, pia,
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
J. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makesasplalty of fine repair work, Setb
Thomas clock, etc., 215 Commercial Street
F. VAN DER BAAN,
b local applications, as they cannot 'CafiJeiltflr. BlJ dor and Inhhpr
reach the diseased portions of tho car. I '' ,. JUUUW
Tlicreis only 0110 way to euro deaf- ..., . 48' ." 'nter xtrcet,
ir chairman Knlrbank of the Demo
cratic county convention will wait
till tho campaign opens fully In Ore
gon he will realize the tariff Is not a
Oood Judges say gold hasappreclatcd
20 to 40 per cent. Hare labor and
products depreciated that much? If
gold has appreciated, or silver depre
elated, or other products depreciated,
then Is tho single gold standard right?
Wo would like sonio candid answers to
these questions from gold-only adv
An Oakland, California, lady has
dropped a daniago suit of $10,000 for
four kisses a mini roblwl her or. The
price of kisses lias dropped llko every
McKlnloy is sound on tho pro
tection gooso that lays the golden egg
of prospcrty, and uot oven tho Ameri
can eagle can perform that trick with
out tho tariff.
IICSS, and that is bv rnnsrlrnflnmil
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
niinieu condition or tho mucous
lining of tho Eustachian tube. When
tills MlbO L'CtS lllllnmivl vim linvn i
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and when It Is entirely closed deaf
ness Is the result, nnd unless tho In
laniinatlon can be tnken out and this
tubo restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever
nine cases out of ten arc caused by
catarrh, which Is nothing but tin In
limned condition of tho mucous sur
face. WO Will IflVH Dim TTnnrlrnil Ttr.ll....
for any case of deafness (caused by
catnrrli) timt ennnot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
.i JT; C"PNEY &Co., Toledo O
eSold by Druggists, 7r cents.
The Natch antl-optlon bill is killed
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 hair has never been told;
For could we with ink the ocean fill,
Were every blade of grass a quill,
Were tho whole world of parchment made
And every woman a scribe by trade
To tell the merits of Balm of Figs,
I would drain the ocean drv.
Nor would the scroll contain the whole,
1 iiuuii sircicneu irora SKy to sky.
Address Mrs. J. W. B., box 96, Tallman,
Linn county, Or. 2.12.1ml
On farm land security, Spedil
rates on laru loans. Lmdj
considered without delay
. . HAMILTON & MOU
Bush Bank bulldlnS. 4
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property.
td7IIard limes prices always.
Tho New York Equitable Life in-
Miraueo company w 111 pay nlwiit l,(KX)
u year taxes on Its premiums under
tho new Oregon law. All such cor
iHirat Ions should bo compelled to pay
n two percent tiixou their gross earn
ings, tmd relieve tho laud tax to that
extent. Then tax the foreign loan
companies on their mortgages nnd re
duce tho legal rate of Interest.
Knlem wants 110 moro paluce Whool
house. Tlioitcoplo Inn city do not
want to wml their children 0110 or
twowllostoublg Institution where
a great deal of style U put ou. The
pcoplo want lew machluery, less
ofilcos nnd uioro small whool housea
conveniently UmM to accommodate
W to iw children,
Children Cry for
It Is all right to talk reform but It
Is better to tako an Interest In the
primaries and see to It that good rep
resentative men aro chosen delegates
nnd then let the peoplo glvo them to
understand that they must act with
a proper sense of responsibility to the
A presldental candidate who would
cutoff about one-thlrd of ti. v.
tmvaganco tuul llunkeylsm at Wash
Ington, 1). a, would meet with favor
among American people.
nil going to be a question nr rm
nd record whether the RenuhiiMn.
or tho lemocrat.s ti.ro the better friends
ui uimcMiiuiu, with tho latter hmull.
Tho Democratic plan If tho Repub
licans put up n weak man for a county
oillco, or representative, to put up a
strong man and unite the people
Tho river registered 8 feet above
low water mark this morning.
Tho Ruth left for Portland atO
o'clock Saturday mornlnir. heuvllv
loaded with flour and feed from tho
Salem llourlng mills. Sho also had a
good passenger list.
Steamer Elmore arrived up from
Portland Saturday ovenlnu ixntnii fnr
Tho Altona is expected to arrive up
from Portland Tuesday by which tlmo
her broken shaft will havo been re
placed by another. Meanwhile tho
Ramonn makes a trip to Portland
every two days.
ThoO. C. & E, company has leased
the liirco Sisters to the .government
to assist In raising tho snag boat.
Im 11 lit. t n.. m -.
..-. ...,,, i U10 sunaco or tho river,
ho having run onto a snag in the
river near Corvallls and sunk n few
daysblnce. In Its prosont iwsltlon
"",Wk ,,, impediment to steam
boat navigation uod will necessarily
liavo to bo removed. It u nrobablo
tho boat will bo repaired at onco and
uguln nssutuo tho work of pUuinB
ssshK. sbt tI
Slve you a feelluir oHior.
In the hind of a Surgeon
Elves vou a fccllnir nrl.n--
ror ami Oread. There is
iiu luoBcr uccestuy jor Its
me iu many ttlscases fora.
erly regnrUed as Incurable
E. M. WAITK PiINTINU CO ,
u iu ami u mmrnm
mim MW dUD
Bush's New Prick over the hank Com'l st
Capital Transfer Co.
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express, baggage Jtnd all kinds cf work
done promptly. Leave orders at Tatton't
storo. I2 .3.
W. A. Cusick
J. II. Aliiert.
WANTED-Persons to accept, gratis, iu
view of future orders, rubber btamp of their
own name for marking clothing, books, etc.
Write 1 plainly and enclose four postagestamps
to defray mailing, packing, etc. IirP. May
nard, 16 Arcade, Columbus, 0. Acents
wanted for rubber stamps, rubber type, pads,
dates, white letter signs.-IJottled Electricity"
for catarrh and pain, electric b:hs, etc. Write
for agents' terms. 16.41"
FOR SALE CHEAP. OR RENT.S acre's
in West balem. Large house nnd barn: 1
flfr virira lt!. r 1. "
bcannrv fnt i ttmmo i-...'
.Lf,U.? ,and .Grapes, good garden land,
X acre timber land. Will make a good
Poultry ranch. Box 145. 3.i6tf
The Triumph of
Well llllltlr.l.,1 t... at., r... ..... '
RUPTURE wfti "w raXcaUy
wUhou, palp, y.aX ru Jea'n"
I IULJ 1 UillUKo ""wcveV UrKi ""
STONE 1! hre n.'ad'ler. 1.0 nutter how Urj.
d tboic soon to
Jbould know that
Dr. rierce'j favorite
childbirth of its tor.
ur. terrors nnd
aiBer to both
-"B usiure in pre
Prii? the aystem
d tbe period ofi
WANTED Situation lv min ...1.1. ... .i..
certificate, competent to set up and keep in
repair the Wcstlngh6use air' brake equii "
ments complete. Address If. C, Dranden.
burg,CloverPort,Ky. Hox57 ' "ffi
WANTED An honest, active centleman or
lady to travel for reliable establfshed h2SieI
Transact a general banking business.
Miss Balk's School
C. H. LANE.
an Cjminjrci.il st., StlenOr
C7.SuiU $15 upwards. l'an$ npwoJril
Conimercial Street Comer SliI
ffl ha Capital Printing Compio; Lu t '
moved to that location. Call on iT I
W HI rccoive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to beginners. All Sesired
ln1iCiie,i for,heo1Id1frPuPa taught, includ.
ng drawing, modeling, music ptain and or.
c i.eedlc work All work done on the In.
dividual plan In which each child is ad.
vanced according to its own n,.tu i?.
terms and particulars apply t0 Mi o. Raf.
TREES-Pruned and sprayed. Top craftimr
a speciality, also bees ransferred 0? duiIH
good shape. Callor addresjnor W Carl
l"5 Commercial street. J , mrr'
r''1 SALE OR TRADE.-The
frilir nriH tiu1. l w
trade or rmcrv ,i, 61? "y '.erns, or
oulre anhi. ..Si ' .,' . ", particulars In
- " i, n. u.
HARD TIMES PRICES
w mciorj snoes.piain.
.1 mi iucs ana caiKs
Given by a qualified teacher, a nirs '
of Germany. Classes for children ot
Saturday nt Channing Hall.
Mrs. Rapsey. 463 CeatrtS,
BANJO LESSONS :
Given on reasonable terms by an e;pensJ
icacner. w. A, kai'i
Meets all mall and passenger trains If
gage and express to all parts oftaeof
Prompt serrice, Telephone No. 7
' JAMES RADP
Hand.made steel shoes' i S
100 Chemeketa street.
3 M im
vRLErE1Phlmi,chccvsand two -.
year old,. Innro of M.J. Egan, &1
J 2 24 tf
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