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MONDAY, MAY 4, 1690.
STATE HEl'UBLLCAN TICKET
For Supremo Judge,
It. S. BEAN, of Laud Count),
v Fbr Prudential Elector,
T. T. GEEK, of Marlon County.
Vi t. arinm.nf WnBCO.
J. RUAl'LES, of Multnomah.
Tor CongVcssinnn'FIret Congressional
TIIOS. H. TONGUE, of Washington
For District Attorney Third Judicial
JOHN A.CAHSON.of Marlon County.
COUNT hepuulioan tickkt.
J, N. SMITH, or Buiew,
UAKKLKY. 01 wuuuuum,
v, w. miAl'MAN, or urooKH,
M'KINLEY MITCHELL, of nervals,
DAVID CltAIO, of Jiiicletiy.
GROVE I'. TERRELL, of Mchamn.
c 'J.N. DAVIS, of Bllvcrton.
I. V. EHLEN, of Buttovllle.
F. T. WRIGHTMAN, of Salem.
1 W. WATERS, of Ealoni.,
J. W. 1101! A JIT. of Garfield.
B. 11. HERHICK, of Yew Park.
JASPERJMINTO, of Salem.
GEO. W. JONES, of JolTcrflOn.
A. M. CLOUGH, of Salem.
For J ust Ico of ho IVnco Kiilem Dlst.,
II. A. JOHNSON Jr.
THI3 13 HORRIBLE.
In Alabama the Republican and
PflpulltfUtnte conventions met the
same day, adopted rcMiltitlons and
lined on statu tlekH, pultliig up Sen
ator Goodwin, Pop., for Governor, and
dlvldliiK the other olllccs. TI;o fit
slon hauls was as follews:
"That tho conventions or tho Peo
ple's parly and of tho Ropublltail
party assembled at Montgomery shall
enunciate their principles In tholr
platforms and shall seek, If possible,
to nomlnatc.tho samo ticket, which
will In no Instance vlolato tho dis
tinct principles of cither party, but
will draw to Its support all good citi
zens of Alabama, who seek to estab
lish honesty In thu stato elections,
and advancement of tho peaco and
prosperity of tho stato and nation;
without seeming In any way to usurp
or nssuino uny of tho power which'
naturally devolves upon the icspcctlvo
'this Is enough to inako one's blood
mucoid, especially when they de
clared for free silver and elected Me
lt I nicy delegates.
BOUND MONHY LITERATURE.
Tho Salem Statesman Is printing
Iho "sound money" pictures nnd plato
matter supplied frco to any paper
that will use It, hyGrovcrClovelaud'H
Now York "sound currency commit
too of tho Walt Street Reform Club."
They pay out .W0,000 this year to
supply this golden wisdom to news
papers. Surely these plates of costly
Illustrations and statistics In favor of
"sound money" aro not from a dlsln
tPieMed sourcoy The term "sound
money" moans tho gold standard as
tho only measure, of values. Hut thoy
daw not say gold standard, eo they
say "sound money,"
Why nuts' Because it can lw shown
to bo an unsound,, unjust standard, a
standard that can bo covered, manipu
lated, that Is subject to all tho lluctu
minus of tho Kuroiwan gold markets.
Glveustho AuuTleau bimetallic stan
dard leyond tho control of England.
Tho Portland Humane society has
Just celebrated In connection with the
public schools Its UUli anniversary
uud shows a grand record of good
work. NY, T. Shanahau Is entitled
to greutciedlt for his untiring labor
In educating tho rising generation to
givaior KiuuncN) in treatment of
unhnals. Ula u noblo work In con
noci.on with public education, and It
la t.'lw wgroted wo lmo not some
such person In every town In Oregon.
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Tho Aiiioilc)i people should dectdo
tholr uwn-(letliiles. They aro now
declouVrUJieni by those, who man-
THE QUESTION OF" WAGES.
Gold Is cheaper than ever bofor In
tho world's history, and It will bo still
cheaper. Labor Is higher than ere
before In the world's history, and w 1
still be higher. Active labor Is enti
tled to receive more and more of the
world's good things, and Idle capital
less and less.-Salem Statesman.
Wo wish to call attention to the un
truthfulness of the above- statement,
not to reflect upon the character of
the editor of the Statesman, but to
point out the fact. The Statesman
editor at times talks about the gold
monopoly crushing the life out of the
laborer and producer. Wo wish ho
meant what he says. We do not be
lieve he does. We do not believe he
believes what he says. We could bring
him statistics nnd authorities of un
questionable character to show that
gold Is not cheaper, but has appre
ciated 30 to 40 per cent In the world's
markets, as tested by tho market
value of 100 articles, considered staple.
Wo all know gold Is dearer, will buy
more than It ever would, Is corrcs
pondlngly harder to get, and Is really
at n 'premium. ,
When the Statesman says "labor Is
higher tlmu ever before In the world's
history," what does It mean? Surely
not what It says. Tho publishers of
tho Statesman pretend to speak for
tho Republican party. They hold
lucrative olllccs In tho gift of the
party. They belong to tho comblna
tlon or goldltes and salary-drawers
who aro trying to dictate tho politics
of Oregon and the nation. They
represent to tho peoplo that gold Is
cheap and wages high, thereby endors
ing the present financial system. If
they rest their success upon tho asser
tion that gold Is cheap and wages
high, the facts do not sustain them
and tho yotcrs should not. When men
aro laboring on tho public works of
Portland at 80 to oo cents a day; mid
when potatoes In tho Wlllamotto val
ley soli at 10 cents a sack, what bc
comes of the assertion? Tho States'
man Is not paying over half tho wages
It was five years ago. Twice as many
could bo hired as are wanted. No
business Is paying tho wages It was
llvo years ago, except poiiio lines of
political Jobs. In an address heford
tho Republican league- of Omaha last
Friday night, one of tho ablest men In
tho United Statcs-W. H. Harvey or
Chicago-said, In reply to tho asser
tion that wages have not declined:
"Storo clerks In tho city of Chicago
lu 1871 got $12 a week, about an aver
age of that. They are now getting an
average of about W a week.
"Unorganized labor has fallen pro
portionately. It Is only organized
labor that held up prices, and It has
done that lu two ways: One Is that
organized labor Is among tho first-
class mechanics, whero experts aro re
quired principally, and tho supply of
that kind of workmen Is limited. But
organized labor holds itself up by
reason of Its unions. Thoy aro
Intelligent. They stand together as
brotherhood of men lighting lu a com
mon cause. And yet in splto of their
organization labor has had wages
partially reduced. Tho best answer
I have heard to that was by an Irish
man lu Chicago recently. A gold man
was expatiating on tho purchasing
power or gold and saying that wages
had not declined. Tho Irlshman.after
listening to hlmawhlle.sald: "Mister,
In lttta I was a section hand on tho
railroad and 1 got 2.tt) a day; I had a
little cottage, a good homo out here
In tho suburbs, where Nora and tho
babies were happy, and 1 saved $0a
week out of my wages over a living,
und paid It on our home. Now, debt
has taken my cottage, and I am
getting So cents a day as a section
hand on tho same road. If yon will
tell mo how I can savo 9 a week on
85 cents a day I'll glvo you tho floor."
"Unorganized labor has declined CO
per cent, and tons of thousands arc
unemployed and aro getting nothing.
'l'h is makes tramps; It makes falso
hiiuv, it makes discouraged manhood;
.v. iiiiiKi'ft less oi good citizenship lu
this country. Add tho nuiiilwr of
workmen organized, unorganized and
unemployed and get your sum total,
then divided It Into the wage thev
receive and you have the gold-stand
art, measured with even exactness
Into tho bone and flesh und blood of
the laboring classes or the unitea
States. If dcari money Is good for
laborers then tfinko It dearer anil
scarcer till tho wheels of commerce,
They say: "Admitting lowor prices,
farmers can buy everything us cheap
as they have to sell their property for,
so wbo'i hurt?"
The answer Is this: You sell your
wheat tho farmers yoli depend upon
for trade sell their wheat for CO cents;
It Is true they can go nnd buy cnllco
and cotton goods and many other
things proportionately as cheap as
they sell their property. Manufactor
ies arc being broken up all over the
country by reason or those falling
prices; less labor Is employed for the
consumption of those products ns a
result of It, but still they can go und
buy calico and cotton goods, It Is true,
but hero Is what thoy cannot de: They
can't go and pay their taxes with the
same number of bushels of wheat
that they did In 1873; It takes from
two to three times as much of their
wheat and other products. They can't
go nnd buy anything that Is being
held up by a trust or anything that Is
working unnaturally against tho con
ditions that arc breaking down the
fabric of tho republic You can't buy
any of those.
Arbuckle's trust on coffee will hold
up colTce. You get on a Pullman car
and you pay as much ns you did in
1873. You pay as much on a street
car. You pay aa much salary to tho
county, state and national olllclals,
and when I say you pay as much, I
mean you pay as much In dollars; you
pay twice ns much In property your
property and In many Instnnces you
pay much more than that.
THE BROWN FARCE ENDS.
Chas. 0. Blown has at last been
forced to give up his connection with
the First Congregational church of
Frisco. A resignation was forced
out of htm and accepted, but he
foiiL'ht to tho lust and was voted
down.defeatcd by main strength. The
"The meeting was remarkable even
for tho First Congregational church
111 casualties. Old women of 89, wcie
brought In hacks and almost carried
through tho crowd to vote for Dr.
Brown. Invalids, supposed to be bed
ridden wero prc?ent. Mrs. Vnscon
ccllos made her llrst public appearance
lu months. Once Inside, Dr. Brown
separated his flock, putting tho sheep
on ono stdeund the goatson thcother.
This was to facilitate voting. At tho
suggestion some neutral members loft
In disgust. Dr. Brown challenged a
few votes, but whon tho opposition
asked for a roll call tho request was
Brown tries tomako It appear that
ho Is wanted lu Iowa, but that Is a
mistake. Do was pastor of tho llrst
church of Dubuque before going to
Tacoma. -Ills charge of plalgarlsm
against Row Mr. Mott, or tho rival
church, the Second Presbyterian, his
attacks on tho Catholics and his at
tempt to bring up tho prohibition
question to the front wero unpopular
outside of his church and wero per
haps regretted bysomo within, though
ho rota I ned many warm friends
Tho resolutions adopted there aro
taken to indicate sympathy with
him rathor than any Intention of
bringing him back to his old church,
the only Important ono in tho Dubu
I "AN IOWA MURDER1 CASE.
Tlioro is on trial at Dcb Moines,
onc,S. RDawsou, who killed Ills son-
in-law Walter Scott, on Chrlstmns
eve, an hour after he was married to
his daughter, Clara Dawson.
The roninncc which led to the kill
ing of young Scott and the destruction
of two families Is so complicated and
so extended that a volume Is required
for its proper elucidation. The actual
facts of Scott's relations primarily to
Miss Dawson are: the father charged
that Scott was bent upon destroy
ing tho girl morally, while he, In his
life time, stoutly maintained that his
intentions toward her were absolutely
honorable. He proved it in a pract
ical and indisputable wny when ho
married tho girl at the llrst oppor
tunity which presented Itself, or
which could be created. He had at
tempted, also, to marry her on several
different preceding occasions.
Miss Dawson abandoned her homo
but was put in the asylum for the in
sane. She returned after a time under
pledge to abandon Scott, who was a
handsome young fellow nnd a promi
nent business man. But she soon
succumbed to his influences, and
various attempts at elopement wero
planned. Her father tried again to
Incarcerate her In an asylum. The
Intention, If Dawson ever had It was
abandoned, and tho girl again con
sented to give Scott up. She was
very courageous and llxcd, appar
ently, in her purpose to glvo him up
nnd told him so to ills face. Four or
live days later she cscapod from her
mother's watch nnd went with Scott
to tho Justlc'solllcc where they were
married. An hour later her husband
was dead by the hand of her father,
who is In Jail.
Three month's later Dawson Is put
on trial for tho murder of his son-in-law
of an-hour. His daughter, tho
widow of the dead man, Is tho prlncN
pal witness against her own father
who killed her husband.
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DLACKWEU'S DUflHMU TOUACCC CS?JIPANY.
DURHAM, N. C.
You are entitled to receive
FREE front your wholesale dealer,
WHITE STAR SOAP with all
TollUCCO you buy. Ono bar
of soap hrco witn enen pound,
whether to oz., 8 ox., 4
a oz., packages.
We hnvo notified every whole
nnle dealer in the United States
that we will supply them with soap
to give you FREE. Order a good
cupply of aiENUlNE DURHAAl at
once, and hisL.t on getting your
coap. One bar of Soap FREE with
each pound you buy. Soap Is
offered for a limited time, so order
to-doy. Yours very truly,
1 urat wi iLwnrarra 1 1
If you liava any difficulty In procuring your HHnilt
soup, cut out this notice and lend It wltll
your order to your wholcml inlf.
oz., or I
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 cjrass seeds,
FOR PICTURES AND FRAMES.-Go to
A. D. Smiths where you can find everything
in the a'tlsts Hue, canvas mounted and pic
ture mats made to order. Give hlin a call
for lie knows just wh.t you want with prices
to suit too times, no opera nouse
WE DON'T WANT boys or loafers, but me-
of ability. $300 to $500 a month lo haulers
State and general agents. Sali.y and com,
mt..lnn UnnlHI) Vl rft l'timttft C.t . Unrt1l
4 2 4t sat
WAN 1'ED .A in in or worn ,n in cver coun
ty to Sell the Iven paying b&ks on ihe mar
ket; $3 to $4 made eeiy du; adiiicss box
449. Oregon my. ur.
11U1E WING SANo t-U. J.
goods, matting, dressing giwn,
ornaments, imported teas, las' .
screens, etc,, at lowest prloe.
derwear made to order in the
1.1 1 k
1.1' re. 112
J FOR SALE Eight milch cows una two
vearoius. inuuiro ui m i. iku. utivap
2 24 if V
Children Cry t
Nfcihr' Citorla. .
A TIMELY ACTI
Tho seiuito proposes to Increase the
Mihirles of district attorneys of tho
United Status JOO.GOO, and of mar
shals to $71,500 over tho salaries llxed
hy tho house. Tho benato also pro
poses to Increase- tho pay of a senator's
personal clerk from $1,200 to l,r00,
and or unimportant committee clerks
from $1,410 to $1,600 per annum. Mr.
Pockery had the temerity to hint
that "tho present period of grave
Industrial depression Is a peculiarly
luopportuno moment to Increase tho
salaries of fedoral officeholders."
Mr. Dockery should go slow or ho
will Imperil a wlso and tlmoly pleeo of
legislation. Does not this act put
money lit circulation? And can't wo
wll bonds to got more gold to pay
these hard laboring people at Wash.
In&ton, D. C?
Home Is where wo love and aro bo.
Children Cry for
UNITED SUNDAY-SCHOOL WORK
A union or federation of all the
Protestant churches In America has
often been proposed, but no such
union exists, or is likely to bo formed
at lenst for years to come. The Sunday-schools,
howovcr, representing all
the churches and over one-sixth of tho
entire population of the country,
have been organized for nearly forty
years, and the organization is Increas
ing In strength every year. Sixty
states, territories and Canadian prov
inces are organized, with an annual
convention, a board of olllcers, and
auxiliary associations In tho counties
and townships. An international
convention Is held every three years,
to which each of the sixty states and
provinces sends a delegation.
The International Executive Com
mlttee, of Chicago, keeps a force of
secretaries in tho held, attending con
ventions and working for tho exten
sion and Improvement of the Sunday
schools. TI10 lesson committee chooses the
so-called International lessons, which
are studied lu nearly all tho 140,000
Sunday-schools of tho United States
The eighth International Sunday
school convention Is to meet in Bos
ton this year, Juno 23 to 20, audit
Worlds convention will bo called to
meet next July lu London.
CARPET I'Al'ER Urge lot ol heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. lust
the thing for putting under curpots. Call at
PUULIC MEN, 1'ULTICIANS AND llUs
lncsj houses can obtain all newspaper infor
mation from the press of tho state, coast and
country from the Tress Clipping Bureau,
(Allen's) Union Ulock, Portland. i2.2otf
l O. NEWS STAND. Local Subscription
Agency for all nowspnpers nnd magazines.
Fine ntock of cigais and confectionery. F. W.
Miller. Trop. I 4 tf
T'APERS -- Portland, Sacramento, attlci
Tacoma and San 1'iancisco papers on sale at
Miller's Tostoflicc block
FOR SALE. -One house and two lots, sit
uatod in Wheat'aml. Yamhill county, All
set in good fruit, For sale At a bargain. The
firopcrty is that known as the Wheatland
lotel. Trice $150, Address, A, care Jour
mil 4 2 tf
FOR SALE OR RENT.-One house and
barn and3 acres of land, in good cultiva
tion, Situated one half mile south of Odd
Fellows Cem tery. T.Hatt. 2161
WAN 1 ED-lJy house twenty years standing,
lady or gentleman, willing to learn our busi
ness, then to travel, or to do office work,
Salary $800.00. Enclose sclf-nddressed
stamped envelope to A. T. Elder, manager,
care Dally Journal 5.5.61
What our country needs is a per
manent revenue and finance policy
ono that can't bo ripped up nnd made
uncertain for twenty years. Then we
can do business. McKlnloy's election
will sottlo tho tariff for twenty years.
If the Republicans would adopt genu
Ino blmetallsm that would settle that
forever. Gold standard won't settle
It. Mnrk that.
Tho Democracy of Salem Is without
an organ but making tho best light
of our St. Taul.Chlcago and
at. raui-st. Louis 11ns.
The service they offer is
better than ever.
Please don't lose sight of
Between St. Paul and Chi
caw me uurllnnton olteis a
service that Is as luxurious as
any in tho country. Two trains
daily. Compartment sleepers
Btandard sleepers chair
Between St. Paul and St.
Louis our trains are faster and
better equipped than those of
any other railroad.
Tickets and time tables on
application to the local tiket
A. C. SHELDON, G.A.,
Reed's Opera House.
PATTON BROS., Local Managers.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
MONDAY, MAY 4.
JomtNAL gives them a cordiallnvlta-
tlon to unite with tho Mltcholl and J
reform wing of tho Republican party. :
J Everything New ThisfSeason,
against great odds thoy have ever put I t) j Z ,
up. If thoy can't do any bettor The IvlCnafdS & Ptlllgle S
Judge Nortliup is about the last
man of respectability nud Intelligence
loft In Portland who can be manipu
lated by tho Jo Simon gang,
UtUo Jo himself willing to have been
,vT,,v.ellnB ,n lhelr own S'o.ooo hotel car.
Hilly Kersands. Moore & kVmn h. .,i..
And la,"n- MVsb C,aiS- Hhlman & Vernon, V.
' lc"y,laLacy, Crescent City Guar.
icj, ana nil me oia lavontes. Watch for the
vn'cicu a suver senator in tho last leg- ?'""u K"t .V 3!3. t m- served seats
. vuc. i-n ninnr rvmi a
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sale at Patton's
WOLZ & MIESCKE, Props.
Denlars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats
tFresh sausago a specialty.
S, Richardson, Prop,
Two doors north Hotel Willamette. Home
cooking and home made pics and cakes al
ways on hand. 4 30
Will receive ch'k.tcn from 3 yearn upward
Spe '' n" nli. n 'o lieinneis. All desired
bra 1 tur tneoMir pupils taugnt, includ
ing . ..rt 1 ', modi ling music plain and ar
tin '' " "" work AH work done 6n the in
diiniml uiun in which cacli child is ad
va -it nccoidhiu to its own capacity. For
terns and particular apply to Miss O. Hal-
iou. Twtniieth aiul C'fcemeketo sts.
Capit'l Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express, biiggnge and all kinds cf work
done promptly. Leave orders at Patton's
Meets all mail and passenger trains nag.
gage and express to all parts of the city.
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70
Commercial Stat, (m h
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d to thatjonV.ny J
II1M MtT .
. -i?2,' ' Conmerci it ., e,,
On fnrm 1H.i .- "
rates on" 1
consldeicd without d,
On city or farm property,
Over Bush's Bank, T,K-fOfi)
our stomach is your best friTJ
Treat it as you should and"?
and eat 1
I06 Stnte str c.i- -
You pay only what it cMurWtw
but you get better. Wntei&SS
SALEM WATER H;
Office! Willamette Hotel Bafci
For water service applr ,1 ,&, n
complaints at the office. u '
There will be no deduction in teM
on account of temporaty bsewe
CltV UnltM nnttrn I. I.f. .. .
. ....... . ...fcuiat conjiimen turn,
for domestic purpose. ContnciM I .?
walks, brick work and pUjterindPia,
u "uiiuw uuuaing purpose" panij
schedule of rates for 1893. Appl;
In all towns and localities throughout the
United States and territories to sell the Fount
ain Washer and Steam Cooker, tho best in
use. It saves its own price in the wear of
clothes iu less than six months. Sent C. O.
D. by express, prepaid, for $3.50, in tin; $5
in copper. For particulars, address
T. B. BROWN,
156 Stato street. Salem. Oregon.
32! Commercial st. Cottle Block
Successor to C. M. Beck & Co.
Best meats In tho city, Prompt delivery at
Salem Steam Laundry
Please notice the cut in prices
on the following!
Shirts, plain tocents
Under drawer 5 to 10 cents
Under shirt 5 to lo cents
Socks, per pair 3 cents
Handkerchiefs , 1 cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels and other work uv
telligently washed by hand,
Col, J, Olmsted Prop,
Eastern R. R. Company
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yanulna Bay with the San
Francisco & Yaqulna Bay Steamship Co.
a 1 and first-class in every respect. Sails
from Yaquina for San Francisco about every
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the 'Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or pointt Iwest to Ban
Francisce: Cabin, $12; steerage. M8: cabl
round trip, good 60 days, $18.
For sailing dates apply to
II. L.WALDEN, Agent,
CHAS. CLARK. Corvaliis, Or.
?DtWN,F' MnaRr. Ccrvallis, Or.
A. J. CHURCHILL. LocVtl Agent. Salem.
Tako Your Wife
one of those handsome Foxzoki PcwBoxm.
c of powder.
Miss May Wilkins,
All kinds of work done in the most tfpji
hurst block, Salem.
J. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELEX,
Makes a snwlahvof fine rfmir V U
Thomas clock, etc., stj Coramerciil $M
F. VAN DER MAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber, !
481 Winter street.
tSTlIard times prices tlwars.
Horseshoeing a specially. PncejuUi
I tin Inivrcl . lianrl mule than lo let h
hones foot. Diseased feet juchuctru,
traded hools or Interfering norwi ctrsq
attended to. Just give me t tiul, looOt,
meketa street, back of Ne Y w
It. J. HKKSU1BAIA
For Information tna rrw 2""rS'ii W
Oldeit bureau ror " JTTKiiki b
i POZZUINIJ '
I cl. v .,,. JtrAai tot row jri
. woe m tit !; 350
AT DltDaalSTS "
I .u vit
iiiey are riven free with each box