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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOKB5R. BROTHEKS,
MONDAY, APKIL 13, 1890.
COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET
Ult. J. N. SMITH, of Salciu,
II. L. HAUKLEY, or Woodburn,
E. W. CHAPMAN, of Brooks,
M'KINLEY MITOHELL. of Gcrvals,
DAVID ORAIG, of Mnclcay.
GROVE P. TERItELL, of Mehania.
.7. N. DAVIS, of Silvcrton.
L. V. EIILEN, of Buttcville.
Jh T. "WRIGHTMAN, or Salem.
F. W. WATERS, of Salem.
J. W. IIOHART, of Gnrflclcl.
B. B. IIERUICK, of Yew Park.
JASPER MINTO, of Salem.
GEO. W. JONES, or Jefferson.
A. M. CLOUOH, of Salem.
For Justice of tlio Peace Kalcm DIst
II. A. JOHNSON Jr.
NUTS TO Bfe CRACKED.
UY A BYSTANDER.
The Union Bimetallic party will
sweep Yamhill county.
"Illlhee" Is said to be the chlnook
slang word for "Bachelor."
AN OPEN LETTER
From An Intelligent
In the Iowa legislature they havo a
committee on retrenchment and re
form. When tlio Oregon legislature
meets, this should po part of the work
of nyery commlttccOrcBonlan.
The above must lw unuseatlng to
all who remember the Orcgonlan
represents an element that has plun
dered this state of millions. That
element controlled tho Sonato of the
lust legislature that killed all reform
bills und spent W:i,MK) on clerks for
thirty members, while the House, con
trolled by men who stood for real re
forms, passed tho only reform bills
poised, and spent $.'l,r00 on clerks for
ilxty members, The Orcgonlan daro
not publish these facts. It daro not
publish tho records on the bills that
became laws. Itlmn been challenged
w to do but It cannot fuco tho facts
und fuco tho record for the men It
claims were tho reformers In tho legislature.
Harvey Scott says: "If you are all
vcr nion and want silver men toronro
sent you,you should go tothoPopullsts
or Democrats." Ho Is making his
lliml effort to disrupt tho Republican
party and defeat John If. Mitchell.
Nobody but a Dolphgoldbug Is a good
enough Republican for Harvey.
Is thoro any senso In sending gold
delegates to tlio national convention
nnd electing silver men to tho scuato
niul house of representatives. Orc
gonlan. What's tho use or electing uny Re
publicans, Harvey says.
Puii,auku'1iia, April 13. - Tlio
Pennsylvania railroad oillclals havo
arranged for an observance of tho
Uftleth anniversary of tlio Incorpor
ation or tho company today. A
reception will bo given in tho after
noon to tho genoral ofllcers and heads
of departments and men distinguished
lit public and prlvato llfo. These In
clude tho presidents of tho principal
railroad companies of tho country and
other corporations of this city, tho
tho oillclals of tho state and city, tho
provost of tho university orPennsyl
Tiinla and heads of other educational
Institutions, And tho directors of
roads allied with tho Pennsylvania
railroad system. Later tliero will bo
u public meeting of the stockholders
at tho academy of music, at which ad
dresses will bo miulo by tho governor
of Pennsylvania, tho mayor of Phila
delphia and other uubllo men.
Nkw Youk, April Kl.-Tlio A. A.
U.vlll hold a meeting hero today.
One of tho Interesting questions to
como up boforo tho meeting will bo
tho advisability of governing amateur
ujvuuKuyiiio union, the sumo us It
u.- imnetic. Should the union,
conduct tho cycle events under its
uwii government, it would boa
vcro blow to the L. A. W.
Children Cry for
-"". v. VHIIUi
mental worry, atturLi
early xrtK, vi. -
Urns, reclaim your
viwr. Don't donpalr. Pod for book wltn
Mi4auUoa and proof. Mlld(KUU)fr.
The Salem Statesman
no longer one of tho
seems to bo
Tho Orcgonlan's ultimatum to tho
common ilshcrmcn: Work cheaper or
The Democrats In congress favor a
tariff for revenue, sound money nnd
If Harvey Scott can accomplish It
ovnrv Republican In Oregon will be
defeated this year.
Tho Bystander docs not sec how it
Is necessary to become a free trader
In order to remain n silver man.
All the parties In Oregon have sat
down on tho single gold standard.
That shows where tho people stand.
Portland's Chief of Police John "W.
Mlnto showed great political sagacity
in leaving the sinking Dolph-Slmon
In about twenty counties where Re
publican conventions have been held
John II. Mitchell has been endorsed
The Portland Mercury Is cracking
up the lustre of Sheriff Sears's reputa
tion too high. That lustre has been
displaced by the Simon tarnish.
Tho machine politicians of the first
congressional district propose to have
a sound money candidate against
Ellis, If the y have to take a Populist.
By all means, havo Mr. John Albert
of Salem and a few more national
bankers head a "sound money" move
mont In Oregon, nnd see all tho people
fall Into Unci
THE ISSUES DEFINED,
Where the Parties Stand on Silver
and the Tariff,
Tlio editor or Tin: Jouhnal Is too
modest to do so, but sonic one elso
might .recommend to Jo Simon that
ho read "The Primary School or Poli
tics." By all means gtvo Jolin Albort, tho
Salem national banker, a chanco to
flock In n political party all by him
self. Tho only troublo Is It would bo
A One Term Leaguo has been or
ganized In Coos county, members or
which aro pledged to support no man
ror a county olllco who is n candldato
for a second or third term.
If Portland had a Bafe, sound, lib
eral, pcoplo's Republican paper with a
good telegraph roport, tho rest of tho
statu would mako short work of Har
vey Scott's bolting organ.
Sol Hlrsch, D. P. Thompson, Judge
Carey and tholr Multoper club friends
doservo tho thanks of tho pcoplo or
Oregon ror taking tho sldo or tho peo
ple In tho recent picnic.
What tho Orcgonlan calls a Repub
lican must bo both a Cleveland gold
bug, a Dolph corporatlontst and a Jo
aimon corruptlonlst. All who do not
answer to theso tests aro Populists.
John II. Albert, or Salem, says he
cannot conscientiously support ror
congress any man who stands upon
any or the Oregon platforms. It
should bo stated that Mr. Albert Is n
Tho East Portland Chronicle now
shouts that tho Republican party Is
divided forever. Yes, It has divided
off Jo. Simon nnd his gang from tho
rest of tho people of tho state. It Is a
pity Portland hasn't u decent dally to
represent tho people.
Tho big newspapers In tho big cit
ies, Uko the Portlnnd Oroconliin. n
nil ownod by the British monoy-powor
or hh American agents. When tho
pcoplo want anything thov nro niwuv
against them. When the British
gang want to flceco the people theso
"organs" stand In.
Hon, T. T. fleer Is a good type of
clean, man for presidential elector.
He Is not a man Uko Charles Fulton,
who will stand up and make a light
for hla friends. Ho Is not a man who
.in .ver n 8rcat lmt? ,eadr nut
w is u man who represents the
cleanest und best aspirations of the
It will soon bo "ex-chlef 0r police
Jo u Mlnto He Has nmdo a aplendltl
offloer, but bo trained with the wrong
Bn. Ho should havo f row, to JoMpli!
WeireKoH Rovlow. Tho facts aw
Chief Mlnto was on tho other sldo
was against Mr, Simon and was ono of
two lOwKonlan'. chief object t at-tack,
ftEWUEita, Or., April 10, 1800.
Editor Jeuiwal: While I have
no particular light to make on tho
tariff, one way or the other, I am In
favor or alight ror silver now nnd a
fight to the finish. It Is the apparent
Bwallowlng by you or everything dono
by tho Republican party that prompts
me to say what I do. All Republicans
can got together on tho tnrlff ns all
Prohibitionists can get together on
the liquor questIon,but when it comes
to talk or reforms that mean some
thing, there is at once a row in camp,
and when a call is made for harmony
the reform clement Is the ono to sub
side, the other fellows gain their point
and tho thieving goes merrily on.
Friend Horor, 1 was born and raised u
Republican and a patriot from good
New York stock, but I was convinced
yenrs ago that It Is utterly lmposslblo
for any party to reform Itself, nnd ns
a result I am perhaps a little cynical
wli0ii I sco such men as you with your
ability and opportunities kicking
against fate and attempting tho im
possible. And when Tin: Journal
swallows Tom Tongue nnd the action
of tho congressional convention at ono
gulp It looks a little Inconsistent to
me. There aro a good many Oregon
papers that nro very anxious about
the platform, and The Jouhnal
seems to be ono or them, but what
good Is n platform without rcllablo
men to carry it Into effect. Wo need
moro men and perhaps fewer plat
forms If this country Is to be saved
from tho rule or tho money power.
Mr. Ilorer would say that this can be
remedied at tlio primaries. Wns it
dono in Yamhill county? You know
that tho goldltcs played ono or tho
dirtiest tricks ever played In Oregon.
As a result there is a great deal or
Tho bosses nro scared, nnd nro al
ready promising to divvy on the
county ofllces ir tho silver men will
only stay In line. But why should
they do so? Is thoro any good reason?
Is there any good reason why the sil
ver men or Orccon should stav with
tho Republican party? Is party worth
moro than principle? irso, then lot
us take what Is given us and quit
kicking, ror to kick Inside tho party
Is to bo downed every time.
You know that this Is so that tho
advocates or rreo coinage or silver on
a ratio or 10 to 1 by Amcrlcn ror
Americans, regardless or what other
countries may say stand no .show
In either or the old parties, und never
will. Llko somo other questions, this
may havo to bo settled In an lnde
pendent way; but It has to bo settled,
und Just as long ns wo who favor It
deceive ourselves Into thinking that
wo can reform our party and thus
bring nbout tho desired result, Just
that long will wo stnnd In tho path of
I do not question your honesty. I
know where you havo bcon round
when it comes to show-down; but I do
question tho wisdom or trying to force
tho politicians to como to tho mount
ain along tho lino which you havo here-
tororo presented. Fraternally,
O. C. Emeiiy.
The Journal prints tho nbovo let
ter of tho editor of tho Yamhill Inde
pendent, becauso It brings up the
question or tho duty or Independent
voters In the coinlnc election. 'Pim
writer Is an Intelligent man and
former Republican. Ho says he is
convinced it Is utterly Impossible ror
uny party to rororm Itselr. This is. a
misconception or tho reform spirit
ana nmounts to political fatalism and
prcuesunnuon. Applied to Individ-
uals or parties It means you cannot
reform; you uro going to hell sure.
Tm: Journal does not now, never
has, and never will swallow "every
thing dono by tho Republican party."
The anaconda aot is not an essentlnl
of Republicanism. Tho Republican
party has nover In any stnto or in tho
tintlnn liAtW,iin1 . . .i
""Hflniuu moruirow or re
pudlato bad leadership, and assert Its
Intelligent und Independence. All
three parties havo declared against
tho single gold standard in Oregon.
Tho so-called sound-money element in
the Republican party Is threatening
to bolt tho platform and legislative
nnd congressional nominees, becauso
as they say, the Party rcfusod to de-1
claroiagalnst free coinage of silver,
anddld declare for genuine bimetal
lism. -The gold-ltes say our platform
means free coinage. Tho editor of
the Indonotiilenfc declares wc aro In
consistent In "swallowing Tomj
Tongue nt one gulp." Tho editor of
The Journal In the Inst legislature '
voted for Mr. Tongue for senator as
ngalnst Mr. Dolph, and was then np-j
plaudcd for so doing by tho editor or
thn Ttfnti'lmriT minor nnfl liv nil MlP. In- I
dependent papers and Independent
voters nnd friends or silver nil over
Oregon. Supporting him now Is not
Inconsistent. He Is tho same Tom
Tongue. Wo admit that platforms
nrc too often meaningless and that
selfish politicians will nlwnys use
them. In Yamhill county If thegold
ito bosses have put their selfish Inter
ests before the Republican principles
tho independent Republicans will
throw down party lines nnd unite
with tho pcoplo to elect men who
stand for principles and for good gov
ernment for tho pcoplo as against
mere partisan tricksters for revenue.
The editor or Tin: journal is a
pronounced blinctallst. He docs not
ngrco with some or the Republican
nnd Democratic politicians that -the
slnglo gold standard Is wise or Just.
Ho does believe most emphatically
that bimetallism as ngalnst one
mctnllsin is the only true, Just, sound,
safe and conservative basis ror a mon
etary system. But he cannot get away
from tho fact that In 1892, the Demo
crats and Populist politicians fused
to re-elect Cleveland, who has been
tho worst enemy of tho cause of bi
metallism, nnd wo nrc not sure but
that those same politicians would
consplro to do It again, to tho utter
ruin nnd Impoverishment or tho
masses or our country. The editor of
the Independent says nil Republicans
nre ngrecd na to n protective tariff. In
that ho gives his whole caso away.
They are tho only party who are so
agreed. Both tho Democrats and
Populists nrc disagreed as to n pro
tective tariff. In the Democratic
party nro n largo number of protec
tionists, but the party in tho nation
Is for free trade,
It Is tho free trado policy that has In
three yeaas nearly ruined American
Industries. Tho Oregon Democratic
platform declares for "a 'tariff for
revenue only" and will bo repudiated
by thousands or protection Democrats.
Tlio Populist party acknowledges tho
necessity of a tariff to protect Ameri
can labor and the American rarmer
but-has not tho cournge to declare for
protection. No mutter what money
system our country has, our labor
must first havo employment, and tho
American- farmer nnd tho American
manufacturer must bo given tho first
chance nt tho homo market. While
woaro willing to labor with men of nil
parties to sccuro bimetallism, Inde
pendent or international, wo nro un
willing to labor with any miiu who
proposes to abandon protection to
American Industries. Ed. Journal.
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men of ability. $300 to $300 a month to
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COM 'ANION WANTED. A young or mid
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Fine atock o( cigatu and confectionery, F. W,
Miller, Prop. 1 14 tf
i,AlIEKS""l,ortlaml, Sacramento, Seattle,
Tacuma nnd San Fimicisco papet on sale a'
.Miner s 1 oiiorncc iuock
JEKbiiV. HULI l'ure bred Jersey bull for
service, One of the finest animals bred in
Oicgon, Terms $1 cash. Call at Englewood
D iiiy, on Railroad and D St. A, Rich, pro
prietor. 3 19 d&wim
Iftfi KrntA ,. XT- - A,
guarantee the best meal in the citVV' '
reoionabte. One trial will lm,;
rouage. Prlvato looms for ItdlM .
H. L. CAULToVify
F. VAN DER Haam
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber.
ty"IIard times prices always.
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stoce of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
years should follow
Simon into re-
cheerful spirits and the ability to fully
tujoy Hfe, coine ony wjlu n 1,
body and mind. The young
uiau who suffers from nerv
ous debility, impaired mem-
ory, jow spirits, irrita
r ". me
Wnkelce's Snulrrol Exterminator
tho orlglnnl nnd only nrticlo or it,
kind giving comploto satisfaction.
Now reduced from f0 to 30 cents per
can. Tor salo by Stolner Drug Co.
Lunn & Brooks nnd G. W. Putman,
the Burltngtonimakes the fastest
time to Omaha, Kansas City and
St. Louis is because it is the
shortest as well as the best-built
11ns to those and ALL OTHER
Southern and Southeastern cities.
Tickets and tlme-tables at the
local ticket oftir-f-
Letters of inquiry addressed to
the undeniened will receive
A. C. SHELDON, G. A.,
Will rccoive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to beginners. All desired
branches for the older pupils taucht, includ
ing drawing, modeling, music plain and ar
tistic needle work. All work done on the in
dividual plan, in which each child is ad
vanced according to its own capacity. For
terms and particulars apply to Miss O. Iial
lou. Twentieth and Chemeketa sts.
ML AMU JOB PHI
Dush'a New Prick over the bsaV Coral
Meets all mall and passenger trains Eu
gage and express to all patu oftltaj,
Prompt service, Telephone "Ho. ;o
TO THE FARMERS!
We have iust comnlnlrrl n niiv f1 v-i!
one-half block south of the court house.
Please give us a call. Team 10c.
26 DUSSARD & SIMPKINS.
32I Commercial st. Cottle Block
Successor to C, M. Beck & Co. j
Best meats in tho city, Prompt delivery at
Jiper. nud the
id nud oue de
ratjgenients of mind
and body that
result from, un
ous habits usual
ly contracted frt
naieu to tbor
life He feefa
nnd drowsy ; his
TINTVPES-Natural and everlasting finished
in five minutes. All for 10 cents Groupe,
etc samp. No monoy in advance. At the
tent, Asylum avenue, one block east of East
school. a rtist.
WANTED-nA man or woman in every coun
ty jo sell the best paying books on the mar
ket; 3 to $4 made every .day; address box
449. Oregon City, Or.
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uuu uoes not re- "'"" vnvai siretcneu, upholsterinc.
fresh hiui as it
power is weakened,
Job work done on short notice.
sheuld: the will
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cphepsy. ("fits ;), paralysis, locomotor ,'Lrcens' e,c'j lowest prices. Ladies' un!
ataxia nnd even hi drend Insanity. uerwear made to order in the store, ua
To reach, re-claim and restore such .om '' 421m
n""0 I'".!'! " iMPPlness, is ,ALE-TA good Jersey, youriE
w . 4 c luiuiiMicra 01 a uook or """ "' "" Renne, and a superb family
i.J l a "';"" i"i uu ciiosie
"ukuurc, on me .nature, symptoms and
Salem Steam Laundry
Please notice the cut in prices
on the followingf
Shirts, plain 10 cents
Under drawers 5 to 10 cents
Under shirts 5 toiocents
Socks, per p. -r 3 cents
Handkerchie.s , 1 cent
Silk handkerchWs 3 cents
Sheets aid pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other v.ork in proportion.
Flannels and other work in
telligcntly washed by hand,
Col, J, Olmsted Prop,
SALEM WATER CO.
"I Office! Willamette Hotel Builfe
For water service apply it office. EEi
payable monthly in advance. Milt il
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction in witcrna
on account of temporary absence froa&
city unless notice is left at the &.
Ilereafter water for Irrigation wrill oolj b
furnished to regular consumers uii:? ns
for domestic purpose. Contractors w th
walks, brick work and plastering iHp!o
read "under building purposes" pjeiji!
schedule of rates for 1893. Apply tteib
M'ss May Wilklns,
;A11 kinds of work done in tie most apprcrti
style, and promptly. Call at room ij, is
hurst block, Salem.
J. H. HAAS,
WATCJIIMAKER AND JEWEEX,
Makes a srw-lalty of fine repair "aVjf
Thomas clock, etc., 215 Commercisl art
cow Call on b. C.'Se'rrn.n, S$!iXK
ti 1.1. .... JlT.'.r-; ..""f - "- :i ncn garden and. for tb ,-.
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e. Address, World's Disneusarv Ml.
3 14 im
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urmore man a q
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.,iV.i .1 . vr ""u uave con- v..""7j: ' cows ana two 3-
II 'i1 "'il"? b letler and retved advice X? 0,d, l"1 of M . J. Egan, GervaU.
and tiiedicines which have resulted la ' a 24 tf
permanent cures. in CAKi'KT PAPEK-Large lot of k.-
loUnrI!f fi,0,,Pinature old age. or ,.row' capping paper for sale cheap. lS,
a iv i . 1 . r t ttr 1 ir s i i ni a -e""
v. ri. .-y- ." ,. 1QC iest liav
jiarteror n century ' ion wi? S urcCn. conUining
l wth this wl.lVli f.00." w wH cheap, on easv tenns. or
1mm ,..!. .V.-L lae ior grocery stock. F01 mHUi V
:m r ,r,u.: .'"? quire at this offi-. ha n .:."":
j n im-
Horseshoeing a specialty. Prices as low as
the lowest. Hand made shoes to suit the
horses foot. Diseased feet such as corns, con
traded hoofs or interfering horses correctly
"'""uvu jusiuivcme a inai. 100 ine.
meketa street, back of New York Racket
ruie.MAU SIZE OF OCX
' AT DBUUUIOITJ Au "7'".yfr
WOLZ b MIESCKE, Props.
Dealars in all kinds or fresh and salt meats
Ei?Fresli sausage a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST. .
Capital Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
.P". !KBe and all kinds cf work
dem: promptly. Jeave .orders at Patt
s .0, 9. ..
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