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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOKFCK DHOTHBR3
SATURDAY, JUNK G, 18WJ.
THE SILVER VOTE IN OREGON,
Tlio OicKonhui Is clnlinlnifn great
victory against -silver at the recent
election. ItS'iys (lie silver vote wn
till 'divided while the win nil money
men voted wildly for Nnrtliup and
nearly defeated Kills. This Is true,
but consider the vote the sound money
man got. Nortliup Rot about 8000
votes, while the total vote for thu
three Bllvcr candidates was 28,000. In
tho first district where all the sound
money men sue Htipjwiud to lime
voted for Toiikiio, and wo know a
Ijreut many silver Itojiubl leans voted
for lilm, "io got1 only 10,000 votes,
while tlio free silver vote or tho dis
trict In 27,000. In the city of I'ort
lund the freo silver vote for mayor Is
7100, wlillu tlio So-enlled sound money
void Is only 8iho, lncltullii'B the -i too
votes cast for General Ueobc, and It Is
well known hu got nearly nil tlio
Mitchell Republican votes, which are
virtually for silver.
Tim plain truth In that on a square
Issue the vote of OrcKon at tlio Juno
election would have Htood r5,uoo for
freo collude of silver and 27,000 for
sound money. The free coIimkocjiiiso
lias won t the June election, by a
otcof oor two 'to one, and yet tlio
Orcyoiiiun goes on claiming a victory
for tlii! Hid tflc (old standard. Rims
control of the telegraph Monopoly to
the east, and lias no doubt scut out
tlio telegrams Dial tlio Itupnbl leans
of Oregon htivo won a Brent victory
for the slnglo standard and tlio cause
of sound money, as It Is called, but in
doing mi It deceives Itself mid deceived
the Republicans of tlio east. The
truth Is, Oregon cannot bo carried for
a gold standard candidate or any
party In November next. Although
tlio different parties liavo now prcsU
dentlnl electors In tlio Held, batter
Judgment should provall by that tluio
nnd tbo silver vote cast for ono sot of
electors, who represent Konulno bimet
allism sixteen to one, Tlio people of
Oregon have decided by more than
two to ono iigulnst gold monomet
allism. Tlio electoral vote of Oregon
should by no trick or deception bo
cast for a gold standard president In
AH IMPOSITION ON ORUQON.
On Monday W. 11. Southwortb, wlfo
nnu son loft for Oregon vyhuro they
will nitiko their homo hereafter. They
go out thorn to live with a brother.
Mr. Bouthworth Is an old man who
could not earn n living and lie and
hU fumlly were county charges and
would bo, bunco when tlio opportunity
came tlio county bought them tickets
at an expono of about tbO and hent
then) to tlio Pacific coast which was
nroiier thing to da-Scbuylor, Neb.,
Quill, May H.
Tlio old gentleman will In due tlum
In committed to tho Oregon Stato In
anoAoylum, which U an asylum for
tine aged Indigent as well as for the
youthful Inebriate urnl victim of inor
phlue. Thcbo Importations from tha
extern state nro uu Imposition,
when It i recalled that In most of the
fflrii tUMtpuci? persous X'coino
citMrjpH upoH Jtlw property of tho rela
tives. Hut It Is no grjaUr JmjwUIoji than
in good and profitable housekeep
ing Jb the use of the famous cleaner
Gold Dust. No woman who wants
to moke a success in cqnducting her
household affairs, in saving time and
I money, fret and worry in keeping her
work well in hand, can afford to do
It keeps the cleaning well done up,
with little work--and time. Sold
everywhere. Made only by
THE H. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
M.Uul, CMcago, NtwYork. Boston,
PMIadsSphui, San Francisco.
Is practiced by almost every European
country sending their paupers and
criminals to the United States. A
gentleman who was In Germany lust
year nys that the authorities of his
nillve village send no lesq than 2T
so :h each year to the land of the free
at ptlbllc expense.
THE SCHOOL, OF. POLITICS.
The school of experience Is u dear
one nnd no man would have his son
or daughter learn molality or virtue
In that way. lint It Is the only way
the people are permitted to learn any
thing In politics. Tho peoplo of Ore
gun have just passed through an
elect Ion that costs the taxpayers not
Ions than 9200,000 and politicians who
sought nominations and tho candi
dates who sought elections paid twlco
as much more and what have they
It Is plain to bo seen that by tho
present party system the peoplo are
being divided Into hopeless and help
less minorities, whine the premium
upon selllshnessand corruption and
tho reward or trlckory and duplicity
becomes constantly greater. Very
few htatc or county oniclals nro
elected by an actual majority. Three;
fourths of tho legislature will repre
sent minorities. Hot h our congress
men will bo chosen by minorities. Tho
supremo Judge icprcseutt. u minority
of voters. If the opposition voto to
tho Republican party wore united it.
would be wiped out of power.
How can wo restore tho representa
tive principle and re-establish govern
uiQiitby majorities? The'ro Is but a
right nnd a wrong to every question.
Tho masses of tbo jwoplo want tho
right, want tho good, want tho best.
now can they got It? At present tho
political trickster's main hopo and re
liance Is on having tlueo or four par
ties In tho Held.
Tho peoplo need to bo educated In
tlio art of government. Meeting onco
In two years to vote a slatoiit a prl
mary is not an educating Influence It
Is a prime cause of disgust, and a con
stantly Increasing stay-at-homo vote.
tho schoolmaster Is needed In tho
world of polities. Tho voter Is In
need of Instruction In tho rudiments
of citizenship. Ho hns yet to learn
tho A. 11. O. of tho art of self-govern.
ment by tho people.
ThkJouhnai. Is not sure but that
It should lw made the duty of tho
schoolmaster to teach tho children
how to pack a prlmay and "heel up a
caucus." The boy could tell his
rather. Now, Is thoro not somo way
ror tho voting oltUeu to learn tho art
or securing tho enforcement or tho
representative prluolplo that seems to
have been wrested nwny from him by
the tlengeuorncy of political parties
Into mere otUco-gottlng machines.
Lot us hear from readers?
liuckleu'a Arntca Halvo
rho best halve In tho world for Cuts,
bo,.e'. .8o,e'' Ulcer s Hlieum. Fever
and all '1 etter. Chopped hands, Chilblains,
Hrul.es, tun Liuptlom, and positively cure
Piles or o pay required, h It guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded
'rice aj cents a box For sale by Fred A.
Splendid costumes for every singer
In tliecomlo opera, "Pinafore."
UWJsftMt, fecwise tlM Bt
1 lllths great alua to mothtra. Scut
Weekly Letter From
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Happenings at Old Willamette
President W. C. Hawley conducted
services at Portland last Sunday.
J. O. Goltra. or Portland, visited
with Dr. Reynolds and family lust
Chapel exercises the past week were
as follews: Monday, essay, Miss
Litchfield; Tuesday, csay, R. W.
Miss Uonncy, of Monmouth, Miss
Claire Holmes, of Salem, and Messrs
Dillon Plamondon. Win. Rabcock and
C. V. Fisher visited chapel exercises
The Y. W. and Y. r.C. A. meeting
on Sundny nfteruoon will be lead by
Mr. Llvesay, C. J. Atwood will give
a short address on Aids to Fall Cam
paign work, obtained at Casadcrcs.
Rex W. Davis makes an able assist
ant for President W.O. Ilawlpy In the
ancient history class. Mr. Davis can
assume us pleasing a countenance and
maintain almost as good order as the
Professor, (In room 14,) interrupted
during recitation, "Mr. what are
you doing?" ".Nothing" responded
the young gentleman. "I believe It"
replied tho professor, "your bad gram
mar saved your veracity".
Chapel visitors this week were:
Misses Marguerite lliirklmrt, or Al
bany; Miilwl Lcc.Indcpondenco; Misses
Uonnoy, of Monmouth; Alum Wagner,
flertrudo Illrsch, Miss Gilbert, Daisy
Wagner, Clalro Holmes and Lena
Rpyul, Messrs. John and Lloyd'lley
nolds, Mark Savage, Or. Royal, Percy
Garrlgus, Heppncr; J. O. Goltia Port
land. C. J. Atwood, delegate from our
college Y. M.C. A. returned Thursday
morning from tho summer collcgo at
Casadcro, California. Air. Atwood re
ports a lino time and u very profitable
meeting. Tlio right oyo mid check or
our delegate liavo assumed unusual
proportions since Ito left us but Mr.
Atwood lays tho blame on tlio poison
oak. Since tho gentleman's veracity
is unquestioned, his statement is
accepted, although appearances are
Our athletic team with Captain C.
G. Murphy and Director F. E. Rrown
bad Its picturo taken Monday ntter
noon. Little "Pug" Richardson, Wil
lamette's mascot, is also Included In
tho picturo. A number or tho photo
graphs are displayed In tlio several
show windows or tlio principal busi
ness houses. Tho following notice
over Captain Murphy's signature had
been previously posted In conspicuous
plnces about tho hallways: "All
inombors of athletic team meet at 3:80
p. m. Monday for tho purposo of
having picturo taken, It Is urged
that no ono bo absent as tills picturo
must go down to posterity as tho
winning team of 1800." Wo trust that
tlio confidence Mr. Murphy has In our
team may not bo misplaced, and that
tno championship cup may bo won by
Willamette this year.
At tho meeting of tho Phllodorlan
society last evening It was decided to
bold nn old-fashioned spoiling match
noxt Friday evening us this will bo
tho last regular meeting or tho society
this year. An Invitation was sent to
tho PhlJodoslun society to partlelpato
In tho program. Kaeh gentleman is
urged to accompany at least two (not
more man rour) young ladles to tho
mooting. Messrs. Guy O. Miller nmi
0. J. Atwood were appointed leaders.
a most enjoyablo tlmo is nntlulimtod.
Admission will bo by Invitation only.
This spoiling match will tend to
arouso Interest and enthusiasm In tlio
spelling match to bo held during com
mencomont week, tho wlnnor to bo
presented with W by Mr. A. N.
Moores, nu alumnus or Old AVlllam
otte. Early Tuesday morning President
W. C. Hawloy received tho sad
Intelligence or tho death or his
father at Monroe, Ronton county.
Mr. Hawloy loft at oneo fr
tbo homo of bis father. Our ri.
dent has the most slncoro sympathy
of both tho faculty and students iu
uisuuuciuon. The following n-ni...
wous wore presented Prcsldentllawley
many niiernoon. Tho resolution
were signed by the faculty of thu mil.
verslty and or tlio muslo college be
sides all or the students, a copy of tl.o
revolutions Is as follews:
Whereas: Tn hu fnim.-t., ,i...i
beloved president jms sutTered a great
uud rrvparable loss and nn
Whereas:-Tho tics of school t -
lowshiti unite our hearts In common
Jovs nnd sorrows therefore be It
Iteselved: That we as teachers and
students of Willamette university ex
end to the bereaved President our
nrnest sympathy and regards.
That our sympathy find expression
also in a en refill performance or nil
our school duties, that our president
nmr rpfnrn in find us eniraucd in
ralthful, loyal service. ,,
That by continuance In well doing
we may lighten his care and anxiety
In this time or aflllctlon.
That we send these resolutions to
President Hnwlcy and that a cony be
furnished the Collegian for publica
tion. Ry this evening our athletic team
shall have met Its several com
petitors nnd shall we have conquered?
Wn triiRt. nn nnawpr niin bo clVCn ill
the nnirmatlve. Our boys have been
most faithful In their training
especially tho past two weeks and tnc
degree pf pcrfcctncss that characterizls
tlic'boys' condition can hardly be ex
celled. They have withstood many
very tempting invitations and have
sacrificed many pleasures all for
what wc trust victory. It is hoped
that what every sacrifices have been
made and the many seemingly con
fined postlons in which the boys have
placed themselves, may be amply re
warded with victory this afternoon.
The boys renllrc It will bo no easy
task to win the championship cup but
will enter each event with the determ
ination of winning. Captain C. G.
Murphy by his untiring and unselllsh
dovotlon to the work assigned him, Is
worthy of a great deal ol praise. Mr.
Murphy has placed much confidence
'n tho team which wc trust may not
Ik) misplaced. Rain or shine always
found Mr. Murphy on hands and
iiigiug the boys along in their work.
Good work on the part of the boys
never went by unnoticed by Mr.
Murphy who was equally as prompt
however to Inform the boys of their
fallings. Mr. Murphy found an able
companion In his work in tho person
of Director F. E. Rrown who has man
ifested n great deal of Interest In tho
work of the team and to whom
a great deal of praise is also
due. Oho of tho busiest men
about tho campus tlio past week was
1. 11. Van Winkle In whose hands was
placed a great deal of work concern
ing tho grand stuto field day. Mr.
Van Winkle had to provide for the
olllccrs of the course, make advertis
ing contracts, get the track In readi
ness besides preparing the program
ror tlio Intcrcollcglato concert and
severnl other minor nlfalrs each or
which demanded n part or the gentle
mnn'ri time. However Mr. Van Wink
le succeeded very nicely In his work
nnd tho ease and smoothness with
which tho events took placo at tho
lair grounds this nfteruoon may bo
credited to our six foot pedestruln.
Ninety Per Cent.
Of nil tho neonlo need to tnk-n n
course of Hood's Sarsaparllla at this
season 10 prevent ino rundown and de
bilitated condition which Invites dis
ease. Tho money invested In hnU a
dozen bottles or Hood's Sarsaparllla
will conio back with largo rcturncs In
health and vigor or iwdy and strength
Hood's Pills are easy to buy, easy to
take, easy to operate. Cures all liver
When natjr was alclc, we caro her Castorla.
When alio waa a Child, alio cried for Caatoria.
When ahe becauia Miss, alio clung to Castorla,
Whan alio had Children, alio gave them Castorla.
"Plnnforo" Monday cyenlng,.Juno8.
Through Hia Nervine Is a Ben
efactor to Thousands."
7 WIDELY known Wisconsin publisher,
r who realties at aroen llajr, writes
March eth, 1833, as follews:
"PIto years ago I booaraow norvoua that
mental wortc was a burden. I could not rest
at nlrht on account of alcepiessneu. Mr
attention was called to Dr. Mile' Uwtor
tlvo Nerrlno. and I commenced to uso It
with tho very beat effect. Since then I
have kept a bottlo tn rnr housa and it
whenever my narvtvj 1 omo unatrung, with
alwayathoMmosooar.i'.s. Mr on also
Dr. MilCS' take K ;or Bcrrouanesa
M , with Ilka noret falllnc
nervine succew. ihaTorecoo.
RPQtnrpe de4 It to many and
KCaiUiCS It cure them. All who
Heilth auaer trom noryo
It U tr-o iroc uarcotlcs, perfectly harm
less, and yt; tootheaand strengthens. Dr,
Mllea. throuch hUNervlna U a benefactor
. . uNwauus." A. O. LEUMAK.
w ne Nerflnr CTaoId da suaranu
Greatest Highest Smallest
Quantity. Quality. Price.
The largest piece of strictly
high grade tobacco ever sold for
the price Not the large size of
the piece alone that has made
"Battle Ax" the most popular
brand on the market for 10 cents,
QUALITY; SIZE; PRICE.
ANNUAL ROSE SHOW
Of the Salem Horticultural Society for
1. Rest collection of tea rosos,not less
than 12 varieties, $.".
2. Rest collection of tea roses.O varie
3. Rest collection of tea ioscs,2 varie
4. Rest collection of not less than 12
vurltles of teas In bud, $.'.
5. Rest collection of 0 varieties of
buds, tens, $3.
0. Rest collection or hybrids, 83.
7. Rest specimen of rose bush In
bloom, pot grown, and Introduced
In lSOo-'oo, $3.
8. Rest specimen of rose bush lu
bloom, pot grown, and Introduced
In '0.V00, $1.50.
0. Rest collection of-moss roses, buds,
10. Host collection or Polyantha roses,
11. Rest collection ot pink roses, not
less than 0 varieties, 82.
12. Rest collection or yellow roses,
not less than 6 varieties, 82.
13. Rest collection or red roses, not
less thnn B varieties, 82.
11. Rest display or Rankslan roses,
$1.50. . '
15. Rest slnglo rose or any variety, 1st
81; 2d 50c.
Special premiums will bcollcred for
tho finest display or tho following
named vnrletles of roses.
Marcchal Nell. Viscountess Folk
stone, Papa Gontler. Cathcrlno Mer-
met, btinset, Mario Van Houtte, La
iioiner unroness Rothschild, Rritle
La Marque, Madame Alfred Carrier
Malmaison.Mndamo Joseph Schwarts
Uocteur Pastniir.Mminmn ivni-iin r.'
bclla Grey, James Sprunt (bush or
c mbtiff.Perlodcs Jardlii (bush or
climbing), Nlphetos (bush or cllinb-
'K, vu flll'll
InAOt .11,...!.... ..
point in Orecon outsldn nf vnrini
Premiums on other flowers thnn
lst.Piiiest display of pansics, 2.
Tc; ? ncsJ dlsplaj,' of panslcs,()i.60.
" i 'Wi . N s" "J 0I seet liens, 81.G0.
2d. 1-lnest display or sweet peas, 81.
ilrT "iucroi vanciies or na
tlvo Oregon ferns In pots, Sl.eo.
iJCSt collection nf wii.i .
gathered by a child under 14 yeare
ot nee, cacli variety nrranged sen
arately, 1st, $2.50.; 2d: $2. b l
Collection or twenty varieties of
SlUtT WltU corr mimical
Persons not wishing to enter for
J lie rules, adopted by tho soelotv
for governing the fair aVas foHewi:
l-T 10 superintendent shall have
genera charge of the rose show. ,1JU
.- .Vt,KCS8ha11 bo appointed bv tho
executtve committee, and all ndlusu
ment not cov(wi hvr ,ia " 1 .i ! J.l sl;
i.niiV Ul,u execut vo committeo
oli.ro.fe.rrc(1 t0 that committee.
3 Exhibits not at tho door hvi
Mr!WMt day of tl' S m &
debarred from competition. Exhibits
4l 1 Wvcd from 8 n till 1 pi!
nH.. ... ---- j u.va ui IIUUllSllL'd
t X nines
clunecd attAri 1, J."l . ca"0t be
s v inr,",Y","?w
kIva n ninVi..vlr lanl or ow or to re-
Pranqe Jacmionlnot I c,o Mario ! '"I?801! lmnd with which orc
Hcnrletto, N'ni. Allen ltlchnrt outstanding state warrants
Um.in,. n.,,n.,., li "i ' ,:., v'"!;';"! endorsed bv mn "nwsontnri nmi .,
1 ctlon or n.t 'tied roses shull consist or
l"-s than three specimens, at least
me to be full blown.
10 All plnntsmust bo owned by tho
exhibitor! nnd liavo been In their pos
session at least thico months before
the show, and all cut flowers must be
giown by thocxhlbitor.
11 Plants nnd llowers cannot bo re
moved until the close of tho exhibi
tion except by permission of tho
12 No (lower shall bo entered for
more than ono premium.
13 All flowers must bo Inbelcd with
name before entering.
3 too Reward Sico.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease
mat science lias been able to cure in nil its
tap.es. and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is the only positive cure now known to
wc raeuicai iraternity. Catarrh being a con.
stitutlonal disoase, requires n constitutional
trearment. Hall'i Catarrh Cure-Is taken
Into nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby
dcitroying the foundation of the disease and
Giving the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing Its
work The proprietors have so much faith In
Us curative powers that they oiler One Hon.
dred dollars for any case that it falls to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Address
F. J CHENEV & CO., Toledo, O,
Sold by druggists, 75c.
State Treasurer's Sixteenth Notice.
State op OnKdON.Trcnsury Dopt., )
. . Salem, May 28, 1890.-1
notice is hereby von that there,
Paid for Wlint. nf fnnrlaO luititrnr,,. 1,n
dates or October 8, 1895 and tho date
or this notice, with tho exception or
. ...hub uniwn on mo swampland
fund, nnd that all such warrants,
property endorsed, will bo paid unon
presentation nt this ofllco, Interest
iiotn r rrs,n rrom. nna . niter, tho
....m u. viua tiuiltc.
To Water Consumers.
The irrigation season will commence
.""li1' nnd continue during the four
1 nonthsof June, jiy. August and
facn ember. All bills ,fiio nntt payable
Mat i..nyon. t satisfied with
word at tho ollico and tholr lots will
fm,,fttr0surc(U inlgatlon hours
rrom 0 to 8 a. m. and from 5 to 0 p. m.
A. L. lhtowN, Snpt.
ventTon, StTLoff11 nnt,0nal COn
ploSUVrEl1 rCUnl0n f 0rCBOn
ventlon.'ciflSo110 nat,0nal con'
$kzrx Popul,st cen:
Geaeral and Nervous DWlKy.
JJi'noe of Dody and
Mind. Kffecto ot errors
P? Lxcesws In 044 r
KtreriBtben Weak, Urn
rtevekpcJ Port lo'ua el
i!0?.r. Absolutely nn.
Contill'nTfoS ,Sd VreVn
GRAND TRIPLE CIRCUS
Flvo Contlnonis Repreaentedl
MONSTER JKEKAGERIE OF RilRE WILD MlJHl!
KthnotoBlral Coag!,,, of (-,! a,,,,
fCYPTUH CABAYAH AND CRUT MODEM KIPPM
ITesentlng many Extraordinary .1,im.i
Features never litlote wlinJiJiVc?1"8"!!
audience. To ,U elthcVo" &
worth more tliati to fee the lnl3L i-h i"??
ny ot ' Kl.ow In the Vorid nVonW.w'
earth liftlnL'n n r iiL,i-.J..,'onStmn
The only .iiow haWm. V ZXSSIP
Dally. Door open at 1 and 7 '
From an accounts this model companion
will be an impoitant era In the armaemtnt
annuals of our community Ticre are m
words but praise wherever it lus sptead iu
tents, and is said to be a revelation In sirtt
seeing. Presentlngso much that is entirely
new and original, the press of the cisttri
cities Is laden with panegyrics, and are nnml.
mous in placing it head and shoulders sbo
and overwhelmingly superior to all otter
shows. It 11 said hundreds attend Doed
Utothers' allows dally that are not in tie
habit or going to cirenses, Knowing that ihe
times are not as lively as of old the mansw
ment of Bend Bros, have concluded to reduce
the price of admission ro 50c.
SALENt, 1UNE to.
Miss Billon's Sell
Will receive children from 3 rears cpwirj
bpcoifll attention to beginners. All desired
branches for the older pupils tanght, loclad
ing drawing, modeling, music plain and sr
tlstic 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, PiU
lou. Twentieth and Chemelceta sis.
Please notice the cut In prices
on the followingi
Shirts, plain locenU
Under drawers s to lo cents
Under shirts 510IOW1U
Socks, per pair 3 cents
HandsWhiefs I cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3oU
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dcuen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels and other work in
tclligently washed by hand
Col, . Olmsted Prop,
Tho One Great Standard Authority,
So write lion, 1). J. lirtiwr. . .
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I am prepared to uo an fc""' ".,- of
wood and Iron. Repairing e,"
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ten, tools and edgeU tools of 7elkilJ,
and' repaired; wagons and bagecs r'
and new ones made to order.. "SaT.
and' repaired; wagons and bagch
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the best mat can uo "" h, e,rt.
made shoes. Pistes and lunnlni n l0)
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