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Daily Capital Journal
TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1800.
BY HOKKIt BROTKBRS.
FOIt SCHOOL SUMUHNTENDENT.
The undonilKncil hereby ininuitnoes
lilniMiir us n cimillcliitc for tlio otilceof
comity pcliool superintendent, wibject
to the nctlon of tlio llcpubllcmi
county convent Ion.
II. II. Smith.
1 hereby announce niyuelf as a
. candidate for the olllco of COUNTY
ASSESSOR subject to the will of the
county Republican convention.
1 Imvo consented U have my name
borne before the Republican county
convention for representative.
E. W. Chapman.
John II. Mitchell, Republican and
all citizens who aro opposed to the
domination of the old lYrtlnnd rliif?
In our Rtate affairs should turn out to
the Republican primaries In. Marlon
county next Prklny, March 20. See
to It that delegates arc elected to the
county convention March 2t who will
do their duty In nominating a Mitch
ell legislative ticket composed of live
men who will not have to be paid
with ofllccs or otherwise- to do their
duty, and who cannot bo hired to
vote for a candidate of Wall street
and the corporations. Lot no minor
Ustio defeat the paramount duty of
choosing a people's senator and a
legislature frco from the corrupt
domination of ring influences.
Tlio bnnkor has a right to go Into
politics, and tho national organiza
tion has udopted the follewing:
"Resolved, Ry tho executive coun
cil of tho American Bankers Associa
tion, 'assembled at tho mooting In
JS'ow York city, that It declares
unequivocally In favor of the main
tennnce of tho existing gold standard
of valuo and recommend to all hankers
und to tho customers of all bunks to
cxcrclno nil their Influence ns citizens
In their various states to select dele
gates to the political conventions of
Iwth great parties who will dooluro
unequivocally In favor or tho main
tenance of tho existing standard of
It Is not generally known that a
tax icform hill passed tho house at
the last session. It contained nrt
umcudment.provldlng for tho semi
annual payment of taxes. Tho bill
provided for the taxation of mort
gages and exemption of recorded In
debtedness. Hud this one bill become
a law, tho payment of taxes would not
liavo been such a burden. Unfortu
nately, tho bill was "hung up" In the
fccuuto. Any such hill will Iks hung
up again It Jo. Hlmon Is president of
tho senate, or If tho senate has a
iiuijorlty of' members who will voto In
nccordnnco with tho Instructions of
tho Portland bankers' ring,
Managers or presidential
riding over tlio country In
trains are In poor business,
nearly every other family In tho
United Stutoa Is living on short
rations and tlnds It hard work to
mako both ends meet or oven one
end meat ami thootherend vegetables
straight. Major MoKlnley will do
well to stuy at homo and cucourngo
nouo of this wrt of extra vngnuco that
tho peoplo In the end must pay most
Lunientliigfy, tho Portland Tele
"The silver question Is the bugaboo
of warty discipline."
If only thl troublcKiuto silver
question could Iks got out of the pub
lic mind, and every Republican be-
como u Cleveland cuckoo, how happy
the plutocratic proas would bol
m.. t. . 1. ,.l mi,
Tho IVtrtlnud TOegrnm, Harvey
Seotl'a Doiuoomilo cuckoo, wall:
'JIcKlnloyV boom can onlv ha
licuilcri off by a caudldato who l un
cnulvocally for sound mouoy and U
notnfruldtobay so. If such a man
Uifw bo among t m ltapiiUUran voul
"lilies, heghould bo uttmuuWKibofort)
all fho state Aclegiitlona uro captutvd
Aorla has adopted an onlluatic to
Kwpwomen out of thefialoom.
Children Cry for
a f 4 r r T 3 , rf -
- ' ' -
Allowing Ifl an cxtra'ct'irom-t'he
prize oration delivered by young Gal
Inwnv of McMlnnvllle: "The true
I American, wherever you tlnd him, Is
! frank and courageous. Jlavlng the
1 strength of his convictions he stands
for what In his own conscience lie oc
llevcs to bo right; still, however, hav
lug a due regard and respect for the
rights and opinions or others. He
scorns whatever is low, mean and con
temptible. He Is as far above the the
demagogue, who for self-aggrandlzc-mcut,
would prostitute his own and
his country's honor, us virtue Is above
vice. He U broadmlndcd and liberal,
charitable and benevolent In whatever
Views ho may hold on any subject.
He fully understands tho principles
of equality and self-government as set
forth In the Declaration of Independ
ence, and truly appreciates the In
dividual right and privileges vouch
safed by our national constitution.
In time of pence, he lets those who
aro patriots for revenue only do the
nation's fighting; In time of war, lie
is the one that goes forth on the battlc-
ileld to uphold the honor and dignity
f hu. '1111111 iv. "Well has It been re
cently said: 'To defend the flag Is to
him something more than duty; it is
a Joy, a coveted privilege, akin tothnt
which nerves the arm and directs tho
blow In defence of wife or child. To
Insult It Is worse than infamy; to
make war upon It more than treason.'
"On such patriots depend tho safety
and Integrity of our country. Such
men built this nation; such men will
ever guard and protect hor. Would
that all who live within tho borders
of this frco land were thus! But, alasl
America has Internal foes wlumire
more to bo feared than all tho angry
growllngs of tho British lion. Do
you ask who thoy aro? Tho man
whoso patriotism consists In loud
mouthed utterances and attack upon
the patriotism of others; tho man so
narrtm-mlnded that ho can see no vlr
tuo outsldo his own mentality; tho
man so intolerant mat no wm not,
grant(o others tho same rights he
demands for himself under such men
our boasted freedom would soon bo
enmo a thing of tho past.
Its foundation undermined, our
magnificent temple of liberty would
soon totter and full, burying all its
glory and grandeur In the ruins.
Every man has a right to his own po
litical and religious beliefs. I care
not to what party he may lielong; 1
euro not whether ho bo Protestant or
Catholic, .low or (lentllo; and ho who
does not respect that right in others
Is not fit to Ira a citizen and voter of
this grand republic of ours. No loyal
American would over forswear his na
tive land; tho land of rollgiousllberty;
tho lund ror whoso rights, for wltoso
safety, for whoso protection tho ground
has been drenched with Catholic and
Protestant blood. No party, sect,
order, bo nnrrowmluded, so radical In
Its teachings, that It falls to respect
or have a duo regard for tho beliefs of
others, could bo truly American.
"Tho Spigot" has appeared at Port-
land as thostuto organ of tho whole- 'cheesemakersnro becoming notlceablo
, ..,', ,, ,, , . , 'competitors in our eastern markets,
salo and retail liquor and tobacco j
trade. It Is managed und edited by! Tho tlock of chkkens that receives
C. II. Clutc, 2 a year. The tint tho most personal attention Is usually
number displays eonskloVnblo enter- tho one that returns the most money,
prlso and ublllty lit defending the .. . .
legitimate business Interests of tin , r rot. or success In tho poultry
... i"-oi viu uusiluS3 s to j-ecp your hens laying
brewers and saloon keepers. ; wllUo tho otllcr feUow.8 hens nre ,
tj-j j 1 -i Idleness.
Milllonulro Monopolist Meeker, of
Puyallup, is tilling tho press with
lamentatlous over tho danger of
losing tho single gold standard. Ho
Is naturally opposed to tho peoplo
doing anything to help themselves or
taking any part lu public affairs, no
evidently believes In: "God bless tho
rich; tho poor can beg."
In 1802 tho electoral vote for presl -
dent stood; Democrat 1577, llopubllcan
m iwiiLtoo i, ,'.,..'.
H5, ropullst22. It Is estimated bv
tho Omaha World-Horald that In tho
next election 225 votes would lie for
blmetallsm, and 222 for gold.
...ctrlo Bitten. ,
hlectrio Hitters Is a medicine suited for any
Kwn but peihsps mow centrally needed
...v., .. m it iwrpw auu jiugjtttj j lne
ut ionic nj aiterlW ttfelt. A
piowpt uw of this medlcloo Us often averted
ln!r.:i 1 ,,eA mow,u.K,y loeoonjeract.
wj rtffloB the system from the m,l..i.i
vwu 1 e.aacne, uuirestlon. Gomiin.
Z arutt.1, .JMUi'L so
In.- .i,: ' ' lO. tcKs
Colonel W. P. Rotoertson, one oi
the leading Democrats nf Tcnncnsec,
Is active In the political affairs of his'
state. Held noted for his sagacious
views and his ability to sco ahead.
He Is also somewhat of an anomaly,
for while nearly all the Democrats In
hlsstntearefor free silver, 'lie Is a
When asked in .New York tho other
day whether tho Democrats or the
south had any speclul choice for pres
ident, he said: ''No, we nrc all at sea
ns to candidates. Whitney, Carlisle,
and nearly all the prominent Demo
crats who have been mentioned would
not be acceptable because they are
not for free silver. The south Is
for free silver. As to William Mor
rison, we do not know If ho Is for
free silver or not. President Cleve
land, of course, would not bo accept
able to the south, on account of his
"What kind of a platform will bo
adopted by the Democrats at Chi
"If they adopt a gold standard
platform and the bolt of the silver
men occurs which now seems likely,
every southern state except Missis
sippi will go Republican. The silver
Domocrats will vote for the third
ticket headed by a silver candidate.
The regular Democrats who believe
In standing by the actlonlof the con
vention at Chicago, will vote for a
sound money candidate, and the Re
publicans will smash the solid south
to smithereens. In fact, for once the
solid south will go nlmost solidly for
the Republicans, tho exception being
Mississippi, and what tho future will
then bring forth few statesman can
'Tcnncsse.I admlt,ls for frco silver,
and there are many Republicans who
aro also for whlto metal at n ratio of
10 to 1, but that will not prevent the
state from going Republican If a frco
sliver national ticket Is put in tho
flold as a result of the bolt atChlcago.
lam for sound money, bufl have
llttlo company in my stato and in the
The "signs of times" Indicate that
tho nominees or tho two old parties
this year will Ik William Mclvlnley
for the Republicans, and William C.
Whitney for the Democrats, and the
onlv Issue tho tariff.
It 1h claimed that unfertilized
will keep better than others.
Shootlnir live sparrows from tho
trap Is fust becoming popular sport In
In feeding potutocH to milch cows,
do not over-feed, us It causes tho but
ter to conic hard.
Tho Wisconsin state board ofjiortl
culture offers $800 as premiums for
butter and cheese.
Thero Is proportionately a loss to
the soil of tho farm when manuro Is
allowed to go to waste.
It Is claimed tho Now Zealand
1 .Tlio hen that most of ton has a bono
to pick during cold days' will con
tribute largest, to the general result
for tho owner.
' "Why cannot unto electrician mako
tho Julco applicable to tho fishing lino
so nno wm,ul Wlt vo to touch tho
button when ho got a bite?
' W,V ,a ,mt ll well-balanced ration of
,fert,Uzcr 'ust ;"s Important to a fruit
treo ,m well-balanced ration of feed
Is to tho dairy cow?
me Connecticut Sheep llrecders'
Association jiaya $10 bounty for every
dog caught killing sheep, or against
which tho not can bo proven.
At a thoroughbred swlno salo In
Illinois ot 65 Poland-China sows, tho
..wu-vhimii w.n, mo
8ale averaged $100 each, while 0110
" Ausinujan starting irate is
ow becoming very populttr at all tho
racing centers. All tho miserable
waiting at races is done away with.
.'!' .-. A -- ::. r
Ore.n,hcns layed 4,453,303 dozen
eggjVfortfib market in 1889.- Those
whonrcmnpetenttojuage say w
amount is more than doubled for
The olive oil produced In the United
States' amounted to '75,003 gal-
inna tn iRf.v wbllo there wns imported
75,000 gallons of a very Inferior adult
During the pal year IS.m Imrees
were exported, as compared with
0,010 head In 'IM.thcir total value be
ing $2,705,080, against $1,234,009 the
VnlosiMmn 25.000 dews have been
received at tho home for lost and
starving dogs In London during the
last year. An Increaso or ncariy
3,000 over 1804.
Diirlncr tlm tlscal veur ending Janu
ary 1st. 1800, there is a falling off of
sheep of nearly 10 per cent, uunng
tho samo year thero was an Increase In
price from 31.57 to $I.i0.
The cow census of the United State
tor the year 1895 gives tho Informa
tion that there arc 307,013 less cows
In tho country nt the close than at
thebeglnlng or the year.
Good rich clover hay Is as much an
egg-produclnK material ns it Is a milk
producer. Every poultry man should
bave It where his hens can have free
access to It In winter.
Tlio 20th annual dog show, recently
held In New York, booked 1009 exhib
its. Society has taken to It to such
an extent that It ranks second only to
tho horse show as a swell affair.
By far tho most valuable of tho
three elements of plant food, nitrogen
is tne hiost easily lost, therefore all
manure should be handled In such n
way as to save to tho best advantage
this valuable Ingredient.
Six hundred trotting and pa g
horses passed the Inspection bureau or
tho Natlonnl Trotting Association In
New York In 1895. This covers the
number of standard bred animals
that were exported for raising I
There arc 4 peoplo to each cow In the
United States to furnish butter, milk
and chc?so for. Considering that
about one-llfth or tho time they will
bo dry somo or them will go on short
rations. There Is no danger of nn
overproduction, however well they do.
The creumory business Is ono of the
safest business Investments the farm
ers can enter.for It will be many years
before the great shortage of cows can
be Increased enough to over supply
tho market with butter. This com
modity can only bo produced by cows.
The mismanagement through
which those receiving awards at tho
Columbian Exposition aro not. receiv
ing their medals is shameful, as thero
aro none insight. Tho blame Is put
on the secretary of tlio treasury of tho
United States, whoso duty It was to
picparc tho medals and diplomas.
Eggs from hens that are dllseased,
and thoso which consume very filthy
food, cannot possibly bo us wholcsomo
us thoso layed by hens that aro In the
pink of condition and nrc not com
pelled to eat vllo offal, such as decay
ing animal matter, which Is greedily
A Sample Package (4 to 7 doses) el
Dr. Pierce's mm.
To any one tending name and address to
us on a postal card.
ONCB USED THEY
ARE ALWAYS IN FAVOR.
Jeiue, our oly'rct in sending them out
- ON ''
They absolutely cure Sick. Ileadachc. Bll.
lousness. Constipation. Coated Tongue. Toor
Appetite. Dyspepsia nnd kindred derange
tuents of the Stomach, I.lver and Bowels.
. DonU accept some substitute said to U
"just as good."
The substitute costs the dealer less.
It costs j-oti ABOUT the same.
fSmfil is in the "just as good."
WHERE IS YOURS?
Address far Pmhk Samux.
Wori4g Dispensary 'Medical Association,
No. CSS .Ula St.. BUFlHl.0, K Y,
Aood Ihin-push it along
The largest piece of
ever sold for io cents
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stocc of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
HARD TIMES PRICES
The timus nrc hard and I propose to give
the public hard limes priest
New factory shocs.plain I oo
With toes and calks I 50
Hand-made steel shoes 2 00
Track shoeing 2 50
100 Chcmeketa street.
E. 31. WAITEPitlNTING CO.,
i AMD JOB PRINTERS
Lcfal lihm kVublixhe)'i,
Bush's New Ilrlck over the bank Com'l st
Xnttre tn ItllllrlitlfT rnntnrtnr. C.1...1
- ........... j WWII ttH.tVt.l tAM.hU
bids will he received at ll. nfiri rl Ci.rrlnru
of State, Salem, Or., until I o'clock p. m
wounesiiay, prii , 1&90, for the erection
and completion of a hospital huilding at
Uoseburg, Or., according to plaus, specifica
tions, etc., now on exhibition at the office of
Deloj D. Neer, architect, 133 llrst street,
Portland; state house, Salem, Or.; and at the
Soldiers' Home, of Roseburj;, Oi. All bids
mint be accompanied with a ceitified check,
drawn to the oider of S. 11. Ormby, chair
man board of trustees, Oregon Soldiers'
Home, In a sum equal to 5 per cent oi bid,
the same to b- forfeited and and applied to
the Soldiers Home fund In case the lowest
or accepted bidder falls to enter into contract,
with acceptable bonds, in the sum or the full
amount of contract, with at least two sureties,
within 10 days after the nward of contract,
All bids must be addressed to
S. B. OUMSBY,
"Care Secretary ofState Salem. Or.,
"Tender pi - (name) for Hospital
at Soldiers' Home." l
The right to reject any and all bids is
hereby reserved. By order of the Board of
Trustees of the Soldiers' Home.
Attests S. P. OK.MSUV, Chmn. of Board
ONE-tUU sue Of BOX.
It... v.. . ?" nUtn
'.""".aanaaril for fort ,... ....I
, .uun, popular Uwlarlhan ;iir" ""4-
t r vrl.7 .: ' -'""
aaun, VANOYOBES. I
W0LZ & MIESCKE,:. Props. ; ,
Dealars In all kinds of fresh and salt' meats
EiTFrcsh sausago a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
32I Commercial st. Cottle Block
rSncppsnr tn P. M. TWk Rr Cm A
Best meats In tho city. Prompt delivery
WAGON I REPAIR SHOP
I have removed mv shoo to I. I. Harktus'
lnte place of business on Court street, and am
prepared to do all kinds of first-class black,
smith and wood work. I will bs pleased to
sec my friends thero.
R. J. HERSCIIBACH,
100 Chcmeketa street.
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
To tell the merits of Balm of Figs,
I.would drain the ocean dry.
Nor would the scroll contain the whole,
Though stretched from sky to sky.
Address Mrs. J. V. B., box 96, Tallman,
Linn county, Or. 2.12.1ml
Capital Transfer Co.
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express, baggage and all nii cf vwork
done promptly. Leave orders nt Patton't
storo. 13 .3.
V. A, CUSICK ' J. H. ALBERT.
Transact a seneral banking business,
W ill receive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to beginners. All desired
branches for theolder puplla taught, Include
ing drawing, modeling, music plain and ar
Vst r. Ite.ed,c work All work done on the in.
dividual plan in which each child Is ad
vanced according to its own capacity. For
terrrfs and particulars apply to Miss O. Bal.
lou. Twentieth and Chemeketa sts.
J. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makcsa srw-lalty of fine repair work, Setb
Thomas clockv, etc., 215 Commercial Street
. ,0,'r) RATES.
Hve rooms or leu one !, (oer .
Introduction of UanJciiaV'l' J
Five to Mven'foiilt.'Me"'-
Auiittioital for hot water i
vver seven rooms
Additional for hot water""""" i
MRIV ua... " - t
The company lu, concluded la j
ite on dwellings, occupied by Z!tV
x perssns or less to the fol0U Hi
xor occupants, rour rooms or 1eM A
cold water faucet "' H
For occupants, four rooms' wlm'& J
both hot and 'cold water K
One bath tub ,"C"....,
One wtprrlntK . .
Ftveroomsand bmrVrd. Void M'fr
Five rooms and upwrf, hVjj" '
and CO d water faucet. n Kt
One bath tub ." n
One water closet. ...... " i
No extra charrc fur u.k ...i . " '
bedroom.. " """""
These nre domestic rates amlon!..
dwellings. Where wate, S
without onv nervlrp In ,,. ,....,.. !"
.-tin- """ met
These rat'eVwifl be'a'dher'ed'tMl5
riation; they are plain and ery 2
can easily understand the ratejth-,
great many and perhaps advance ft, ,
find by canvassing the city some bin 'X.
underrated. The nV.ii.i-t ( .1.. ... "
equalize ratos and treat all cono ii
every possible expense, hence It ii
that nil water renin tx- r.'ii.l . .
as possible, at the office before the iou'
...U...U, i.a .1... .an me expense ot tb
tlon. After that date water taken tie to,
l.a flit n4V i!llii Hn.1.. ti ..
u. wU. wu n....u. ""'"-Cl tmBl till
made as fast as possible during the tad,
MONEY TO 11
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Lewi
considered without delay
HAMILTON 4 MOi
Busb Bank buIldlnS.
MONEY TO L
On city or farm property.
C. H. LANE,
2it CimmsrcHl r . Sste-aOr
JSuiU S15 upwards. PnUtupJj
Commercial Street, Comer
lilt Capital -Printing CoBipuj&l
moved to that Itcatlon. Call 01 ti
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Given by a qualified teachcf.ssait
of Germany. Classes forchilirtta
Mrs.Rapser. 46J c,fiSJ
Given on reasonable term'k5rAu
Meets all mall and PC "JlJ
cace and express to all p 0,s:
Timn ...Ir. TeleDhone WR,J
,v""rk"-""' ' JAMwMiJ
Office: Willamette Hotel BJg
For water service PPy " j
complaints at the office. .
Open splcket to prevent feJ
tvcly. prohib tea .w .- t
ulation. No deduction io '"
lowed for absence or " --
unless water is cut 01 iiur- .
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