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Daly Capital Journal.
fciV WOKUCU BKOTrfBRB,
TUSDAY,JUNE 23, 18W.
:lng, cai'j chisu wlilfc.i dra its sub-'
' Hlfltcnc? from tlicin Buffers except Ho
'Salem, Juno 22, '00. j rririlierf W,o crop is money.
Editor Journal;-TI)o following Wo kf)mv wny wc Want, free coinage;
Is from Iho editorial page of Sunday's w ak h pmy f(ir ,
Stutcsruiiti: I ,t wPu .ir it. nmi we wlll get It
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WHITNEY FOIl PRESIDENT.
Tlio Democratic lenders liaVe awak
ened at a late hour to the necessity of
preventing their party organization
being swept away by the rising Hood
of sliver sentiment which Is sweeping
over the United States. President
Cleveland has written a letter on the
Importance of the sound money Demo
crats being In evidence from this
time forward until tho meeting of the
Chicago convention. They have per
formed In tho past as when Cleycland
and Whitney whipped the whole party
Into line four years ago forn moder
ats tarllT and a guarded llnauclal
plank. In these hard times when
Democrats who arc out of olllcecan
not raise tho money to attend a
nitlonal convention, delegates and
alternates will lie picked up I" every
state of t he Union who can bo In
flujiiccd after they get to Chicago In
favor of the gold standard.
We should not be surprised to see
tfio Democratic con vent Ion adopt a
gold standard platform and a gold
candidate, or a straddle or an equivo
cation on one or tho other, whlih
would bo Just as olTeiiBlve to the rat.k
and lilts. Whitney Is a master hand
at organizing the rich and purchasable
elements of tho party. lie hashed)
carte blanched by the president, and
tho capitalists to corral the wild and
woolly Bllvcrltcs of the south and
west. As an arch-plutocrat nnd arch
corruption lie will lead the revolt
dictated by Cleveland ngalnst popular
sentiment within the party 'or sliver
and ram a-gold program down the
throats of the delegates. Three
fourths of them uro now Instructed
for frco sliver, but ways and means
will bo found to ovado their Instruct
ions nnd again forco tho party of
Jefferson and Jackson to become tho
bond servant of the corporations and
Nothing could Ik inoro fortunate
for tho silver cutiso at this time than
tho Imperial crusado of Cleveland
Whltnoy et nl. against it. Tho onico
lioldlng class in tho Democratic party
will bo whipped Into lino to do the
bidding of tho money power and tho
silver vote will bo whipped out of tho
Dcuiocmtio party, Selfishness can be
rolled upon to overreach und mako
fatal hlumlors at tho right tlmo
always to defeat Itself, und Justus
tho Blavo power prostituted political
organisations In Its day, organized
capital is rending tho old political
parties or toduy.
NO TIME eOll INSKO'JS.
Therein too much Important work
for tho pcoplo on hum! for Tim Jour
nal to spend tlmo In wrangling with
newspapers that cannot agree with it.
Tins Journal has nover compromised
with tho luorceuary clement In poli
tics, nnd cannot expect fair treat
ment of any question tit tho hands of
those wiio uro mere parasites and
attachments to tho putrid sores on
tho body politic. When tho sores uro
probed the maggot squirm but the
good work of purification goes on.
They will disappear with tho sores.
"Render, how much wages do you
get, -if you work, or how much will
you get If you can .get a Job at what
you are able to do, or If you arc 'com
pelled to work at some time In the
future? Is It 2 a day? That was a
falraverago before the crime of 1802.
Then the frco sliver men, If they suc
ceed, will cut your wages In two. You
will then get the equivalent of a dol
lar a day, or if you arc receiving a
When we have done so we v, 111 mal.o
two blades of gr.n grow where but
one grew before. We will fill this
United States of America with the
brightest, happiest race of people on
earth. We will make It n nation of
home-builders, not n nation of ten
ants. Kiinmn n the individual, paper or
dollar now, you will then be paid the .,.irty Who would sacriilcc the happl
.!Zn fTiZ. " ty r the great common
ccivu tuu nuiui iiuiuww "i
The Ideal Panacea.
Jumes L. Francis, Alderman, Chi
cago, says: "1 rvganl Dr. King's Now
Discovery an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints,
having used it in my family for tho
last tlvo years, to tho exclusion of pby
slclans' prcscrldtlonsorothor prepara
tions. " 4 ,
Nov. John llurgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I liavo been Minister of
tlio Methodist Episcopal Church for
lifty years or more, untl have novor
found anything bo boiiollclal, or that
(fttvp mo such speedy relief as Dr.
King's Now Discovery." Try this
Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial llot
tlca frco Fred A. fegg'a Drug Store.
Four out otnvo)io
tiff or iiervoucw,
yrle tbo ically of
mIjt mcck Yltf
tJm, roUln roar
smtiWi, mala your
twui tor uook tuu
Malted (mlvd) fa.
it mmm mim
thev will be worth Just half as much
as now In purchasing anything you
want to buy, with the one exception
nf labor. No free sliver- man wuo is
Intelligent wlll deny this. Ask one of
them whom you can trust, and who
understands the subject, and hco If
this Is not his testimony. Then the
free Uaders would have vou compete
on equal terms with tlio laboreis of
China, Japan and India, receiving
10 cents a day, llvlngourlceand going
naked. And yet wo hear laboring
men on the streets of Salem, Intelli
gent appearing men, too, every day,
talking In favor of populism and gon
er il calamity, consorting and working
with those who would hive both frco
trade anil free silver. Does this not
The above Is the standing argu
moat or the gold standard pro;. They
repeat It over and over, hoping to
frighten the wage earners Into vote
log tho bankers and monopolist's
tickets, it is a weak aigunicntbut
one of tholrbost, and on so good a
foundation do they build their hopes
of success In the present campaign.
Notice the admission made that the
price of all commodities will double.
How do you like that runners? and
you blacksmiths, wagon makers, con
tractors? Would dollar wheat for tho
farmers and 100 per cent advanco In
the value of the product of tho
mechanics make your mnrgln of pro
fits less? Groceryuien, commission
men, dry goods men, hardware men,
manufacturers, when do you sell your
goods at tho lest margin of profit?
Is It not when high prices uro paid
tlio farmers, nnd those who are con
verting tlio raw products gathered
from tho four comers of the earth
Into tho tlnlshcd articles of commerce?
Reader, how much wages do you get
under tho present gold standard? Re-
mombor tho Republican party lu their
national nlatform declare: "Tho
present gold standurd must bo
If you are at work you are getting
but very llttlo hlglior wages than tho
laborer of gold standard Europe, und
you will not get ono cent more within
live years from now. When undor
this unpatriotic, sorvllo policy, tho
farmers lmvo been forced to glvo up
their farms, which are now under
mortgago and thousands of them
lmvo taken their places In tho great
army of common laborers.
Wo plead guilty to tho charge of
standing on tho street talking freo
silver and wo do not need the hired
organs of tho bankmnnd otllelnl class
to tell us how to vote
Wo know dollar wheat wlll mean
thousands of happy homes, thousands
ofuswhohavo been forced into tlio
ranks of tho wago earner will go kick
again to mother earth to build homes
for -which wo would lay down our
lives, if need bo, to protect.
Tho skilled mechanic would also
leaves tho ranks of tlio common la
borers and open shops of their own,
High prices mean high profits and
our mechanics would become home-
builders upon which depends tlio per
petuation of this government. Now
for common laberers: show us one of
this class who does not expect some
time to own u small farm or some bus
iness of ids own, Is there any hope for
that in gold standard for Europe or
America? Does any sano man believe
that with high prices, which tho
Statesman admits wo will have, un
der tree coinage
When the producer, the manufact
urer und the trader are making money
that tho common laborer would not
get good wages? There would bo such
u demand for labor that tho wages
would advance In proportion to other
things. His a positive truth that
tho producers represent tho
very foundation of civil-
tod eoclety. When they prosper all
olherdasscs flourish. When they are
forced by unjust laws to toll for noUw
people for a few paltry dollars and the
praise or those who do the bidding or
the great money changer or tho world,
who know no people, no country, no
JOURNAL "X" RAYS.
Directed Upon Persons Prominent Before
The people are going to be two to
one for 1(1 to 1.
The pooplo have more silver in their
heads than lu their pockets.
Jo. Simon says Hobart Is a corpora
tion lawyer. Jo Is authority on that.
Qllns anyone heard a good reason yet
for the nomination or that man
Might as weir say tho Republican
pirty Is no longer against slavery as to
say it Is no longer for bimetallism.
Rocknfcllor has succeeded so well
with oil that ho proposes to monopo
lize the steel trado or tlio, now world.
An old Orand Army Republican
today said: "I'll stand on tho plat
form, but I'll stomp It Into the earth."
It Is going to bo a clean campaign
of principal tills year and the money
question Is going to be settled If it Is
McKlnlcy's record shows him to
have been always u pronounced silver
man. Ho docs not look well In the
U tho Statesman editor keeps up
his great political wisdom tho banker's
syndicate wlll bo hiring him to run
In all Europe McKlulcy is known
as a partisan or silver and protection.
And there is more or tlio latter In tho
rormor than In tho latter.
T. T. Geer who is a farmer can still
uavo his reputation for political sa
gacity by sending In his resignation
as presidential elector on the gold
standard. None such will boolccted
In tlio west.
Tho Statesman Is certainly capablo
of giving advlco on llnancial matters.
Have they not sued ono man for 30
cents and withdrawn the suit? Have
they not still half a caso in their suit
against Mr. Dlllcy for a llko amount?
Without his platform and express
ing tlio honest belief or his heart Mc
Klnloy would bo a good enough bl
metalllst for anyone, lint as a muz
zled man and suppressing nil tho
convictions or tho past record which
he mado for silver ho Is In a pitiful
What becomes of the man who has
been saying that wo had bimetallism
and that he was a genulno blmotnlllst
because ho opposed rreo coinage or
both metals? The Republican plat
form says tho present system Is the
single gold standard and must bo
maintained. How do you llko It?
How have you prospered undor It?
If MolClnloy Is elected tho homo Is
liable to ho against him on both the
tarllf and silver. The hciiato will be
against hint on stiver. No tarllT bill
can pass under his administration
without recognition of silver. Look
out for two years of unrest and un
certainty unless both the money and
tarllT questions are settled by the
election of somo man llko Teller.
Frank and Ren Sailing, son-In-laws
of Mr. Morse, of Pendleton, found tlio
bones or a iiuui in a canyon near Sal
lug's camp. They found a pair of
spurs, shreds of clothing and a silk
ytut th WfcUnc tosl It U lh
-W fJA fc - Mil-
5 W&d narfrSw ?
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rFOFOFALS FCR SUPPLIES,
The Board or Trustees or the Ore
iron State Insane Asylum Invites
' sealed puposals Tor furnishing at the
I Asylum, near Salem, Oregon, the fol
I dry uoods.
800 yds. Amoskaeg blue deuiltis, 9
oz.. as per sample. .
50 yds. sllesla, drab, as per tuuupie. 1 lb v, m ,
ICOO yds. canton flannel, -Nashua FlukV ' ln,,0,1B.Uh
moo vds. Mariners' striped shirting, pi.ii.i.,.
as per 'sample. rlbi.'aeld
85doz. men's cotton socks, as per inckrodt.
tiititTiiri r - ....i .. . .
lo'doz. ladles' cotton hose, as per .InTOirWcSS'nSr!
sample. ,..., . .. krodt. 'i.unor, MatHnc
great gross pants buttons, as per ( lb. fox gXw
oo aoz. inrean, io:u ui uunuu,. 4 lbs. mix
N. T., JNO. -JU, wniu & Co.
50 doz. tnreau, uoais- or tjiarh. j,
"Pass Your Plate'
W tff Ib9 ml k
zzza. xm m m r iarsra .MjVA.7-
ijMv imw uereu, bqulbb ",ar.
2 lbs. collodion U.S. P r , .
2 lbs. nil rinitiim - .
Fink's. bV-' awcl Mia
carbolic gold lablc, Mai,
ii mil. iiniiiwititu ....
Prices of all commodities
have been reduced except tobacco,
"Battle Ax" is up to date,
Low Price; High Grade; Delicious J
Flavor. For 10 cents you get
almost twice as much "Battle
Ax." as you do of any other high
The Willamette Hotel.
rEADINO.KOTEL OF THE CITY.J
Kciluced ratci,- Management liiieral. Electric cam leave hoiel (or all public bullJIngs
nd points ot Inlcicst. Special rates will he f.lvrn to permanent patrons.
A I. WAGNER
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
E C, HANSEN, MANAGER.
unlvsrtol InriKitHjI. SitlifactioiiKUr.iiticl. Siaul luck ol State Insurance block
and AXLE UREASE
Hardwar ef Stoves and Tkiware,
GARDEN HOSE, oattTVT -mt
LAWN SPRINKLERS. SALtlIVI, OR.
Those Koun; cast should call on or
address tho Union Pacific City Ticket
otllco, kW Third Street, Portland, for
rates to tho following meetings:
Democratic National Convention,
Chicago, III.. July 7th.
Peonlo's Party i&Convcntlen and
American Sllvor Convention, St. Lou
Is, Mo., July 22nd.
National Convention Young Peo
ples Socloty of Christian Endeavor
Washington 1). C July 7tli to Kith.
National Educational Association
meeting, IlutTulo, N. Y. July Ilrd to
Encampment Grand Armv of tlio
Itomibllo, St. Paul, Minn., September
It. AV. Uaxtbu
0-'l tf (leneral Agent.
A PERFECT FO0O FOt INFANT
I th Butt tcooanktl.
Beginning with Sunday, Juno 21,
and on each succeeding Sunday, a
special excursion train will leave Al
bany at 7 a. in., Corvallis 7:1!0 a. in.,
nrrhlngat Yaqulna at 11:15 a. in,
lleturnlng, boat leaves Newport at
fi:!W p. in. Train leaves Yiuiuiua
at 7 p. in., arriving at Corvallis at
10 p. ui. and Albany at 10:30 p. m.
Fare, good on tills train only, from
Corvallis, Albany and Phllomalb to
Newport and return, 91.60.
11. L. WALUKN, II. 1). LOWMAN,
Agent, Albany. Agent, Corvallis.
Corvallis, Juno 17, 18M.
Wanted All girls to know thaflloo
Cake" will not mako their hands red
llko common soap. Save tho wrappers.
They are worth a cent apiece. ) o tf
There's inoro clolblug destroyed by
poor soap than by uotuul wear. "Hoc
Cake" soap contains no freontkall and
wlll not Jnjuretlio tinest, lace. Try It
and notice the dltTercnco In quality,
Over 1000 dozon eggs have been
gathered at Port Orford on tho clliTs.
Havo You Soon
th ntw roaoar Putf BoT It U jlwu
fr tth Nth box or Powdtr. Ask for U.
The choicest article of the kind manufac
tured. Made right here at Salem. Nothing
equal to it for desserts, drinks or table use.
Call for It at 11 0. Sonrcrrann's Grocery
1S7 Commcrchl street.
K. f No.
'J . . ,- -.t . - . -i
20 doz. thrciKl, uoats' or tjiarirs u.
N. T., No. It) white.
SHOES AND SUlU'KttS.
30 prs. mens' leather slippers No. 7,
ns per sample.
CO prs. incus' leather slippers No. 8,
as per sample.
GO prs. mens leather slippers No. 0,
us per sample.
no nrs. mens' icauiur uumrcm u. w,
as per sample.
20 prs. mens' lcatt or slippers iSu. 11,
as per sample.
20 prs. ladles' shoes No. 4, as per
sample. . , ,
23 prs. ladles' shoes No. 5, as per
sample. , n
25 prs. Indies' shoes No. 0, ns per
10,000 lbs. granulated sugar (Ameri
15,000 lbs. Golden C sugar (Ameri
can rellnery). w
8,000 lbs. Liverpool salt.
COO lbs. soda crackers, XXX, more
or less, delivered as required.
500 lb, of cheese, Cranston's or ns
good, more or less, delivered ns re
quired. 40 doz. Cove oysters (Fields 2's).
110 doz. No.'l best brooms.
20 gloss Vulcan Sarcty niatcncs, as
300 lbs. Sal soda. t
200 lbs. Sultana raslns (20-lb. boxes.)
100 lbs. London Layers rulsinspMU.
200 ibs. China starch.
1 doz otrlci feather dusters (22-ln.
per sample). , , , , (r
1 doz. Worcestershire Sauco (Lee
as Perrln's) in quart bottles.
20 boxes macaroni 111 0-10. ooxes.
100 gal. N. O. molasses.
2,u''j gal. syrup as per sample.
(SOJ) itw. Costa Ulca green colTee, ns
12W lb. chicory.
25 doz. tea cups, W. G. ware, as per
25 doz. saucers, "NV. G. waro, as per
sample. . .
4 doz. 7 In. pic plates, W. G. ware,
as per sample.
1500 lbs. Even change.
300 Iba. 0. K. Durham in 2-oz. pigs.
GOO bbls. No. 1 Hour, more or less,
delivered as required.
25 bbls. No. 1 graham, more or less,
delivered ns required.
COO lbs. lish per week, more or less,
as required, stilting price per pound
or dllfercnt kinds.
lleef 000 pounds per day, inoro or
less, as required equal parts foro and
Mutton 200 pounds per day, more
or less, ns required.
2500 lbs. Net Savon Best Standard
200 cakes Peerless Kitchen soap, ss
5 lbs. Shaving soap (J. B. Williams)
as per sample.
COO lbs. black pepper, Standard
Ground, in5-lb. cans.'
75 lbs. cinnamon, Standard Ground,
in 5-lb. cans.
CO feet each of , 1, li ln.black pipe.
Ocach ca6t Iron elbows 1, li, 11,
and 2 Inch.
11 each cast Iron elbows 45 deg. 1.
li, li, and 2 In.
0 doz. hoso washers, 1 In.
1 doz. hoso couplings I in.
1 doz. Calwcll hoso bands i in.
12 each Jenkins' valves discs., i, ,
1 and li In.
200 ft. of i in. round Norway iron.
100 feet each of , 7-10.andiln.
round Norway Iron.
f ft. each ofixl, ixli, and ix2 In.
Hat Norway Iron.
5 rt. each or i, J nnd 1 In. octagon
5 ft. of i in. round tool steel.
1 Heller Bros, horso rasp 10 in.
0 Hat bastard tiles 10 in.
3 Hat bastard Hies 10 In.
0 Hat mill bastard Hies 10 in.
2 each Hat mill bastard Hies 0 und 8
300 ft. of mnnllla rope I In diameter
3,500 lbs. of blacksmith coal us per
50 Norwav carriage bolts fixll in.
50 each ixl and ix5 In carriage bolts
vomica granulated, Lili,
"! glycerine, Kirks.
J-5 lbs. bottles syrunliynnn'ivmi.1.
Co., Wompolo & Co. ")pop'1(PlHt
1 doz. vlu. tonlquo marlaiil.
isl-0 doz. extra large Jars for hosp,y
Malted milk Horllck's.
10 lbs. zinc .sulphate. (corumi.r,M
21bs. Fenugreek seed Si1'1
HO lbs. IMimfps' Digest bPcSM'
5-pound can?. W'IJ
laSd,?e9nn?d0.laS3,Um' nlUate W
2 lbs. prepared chalk.
f ids. snoimcs. 10 to tin. n..
SALEM WATER CO.
Office! Willamette Hotel Bu!ldin
tor water service apply at office. Dill
payable monthly in advance. Make a
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction In water rite
on account of temporary absence from the
cily unless nottco is left at the office.
Hereafter water for irrigation will only be
lutmsned to regular consumers using watei
for domestic purpose. Contractors for side
walks, brick work and plastering will please
read "under building purposes" page 17 ol
schedule of rates for 1S93. Apply at office
for copy. rr
bleached sheep's wool, as per siinnu
80 oz sulfoual, player.) p
5 oz. Antlkamlnla tablets, 5 itr.
1000 5 gr. ; quinine sulphate piljciv
sule shaped; P. D.&Co. '
500 tublet triturates, nux vomica 1
gr.; P. D.&Co. '
100 each llltcr papers, white, tttti
1 eiU5l Bjass percolator, 10 ana 12 ot;
2 graduates, Pliconlx cono nhaiw, 8
oz.; V. T. &Co.
1 graduate, Phoenix cone shanc
8-12 doz. rubber water bottles, 1
quart, cloth covered; W.T.&Co.
i doz. II. It. syringes, No. 1, straight
pipe; I oz.
idoz. II. It. syringes, No. 3, straight
pipe; 1 oz.
1 gross corks, No. 12, taper 1 iB.
2 doz. Allcock's porous plasters.
COO hypodermic tablets, No. 3, la
case, 10 tubes each; W. Uros.
400 hypodermic tablets, No. 63, la
case, 10 tubes each; W. Bros.
2 doz. beef Juice; W. Bros.
Samples may bo sacn at the com
missary or tho asylum. Goods must
lio 1 11 accordance with samples, tod
bo In original packages when possible.
The right to reject any and all bids Is
reserved. Delivery of supplies will
be required within fifteen days' no
.Uce of acceptance ot bid. Each bid
must Includonll tho items and totals
In full, with thocxceptlon of flour and
Hsh. Payment will not bomade until
tho biddor has completed his con
tract. A copy of tlio advertisement
must accompany each bid, and the
name of tho class of supplies be In
scribed on the envelope. Auditing
otllccrs are prohibited from confirm
ing nccounts of purchases when the
advertisement does not contain a loll
description of tho nrtlcles to bo par
chased. Each bidder wlll bo required
to furnish with his bid a certified
nimi.i.' in nn Minnnnt, rminl to ten per
cent of his bid (save that for flour the
check istoboror jw. ior iu.i,
payable to tho order the tart-
bo returned In case his bid srejec tol
or his proposal compiled with, dim
will bo oponod In the governor's offiw
at 2 o'clock p. 111., Monday, July 6,
Salem, Oregon, Juno 15,1890.
Board or Trustees, O.S.I. A.
w niTNT WAY. Scc'y. of Board.
11 i i - -
33l Commercial st. Cottle Block!
Success t0 C. M. Heck & Co.1
Host meats in th div pm, ..,: J . ..
lowest prices. " ' "'""' ol
5 lbs. of I washers.
1,000 each of 2, 2J, 3 nnd 4 lb. tinned
2 sledgo handles 30 In.
I tinners' blowhorn stake, largo don
0 In., small end 17i in.
5 lbs. of No. 0 Putnam horse shoe
1 Coo's wrench, 12 in., bright.
, 1 kilogramme ncld ncctlo30 per cent,
1 kilogramme acid boric, Squlbbs.
4 kilogrammes bismuth subnltrate,
5 kilogrammes chloform in 500
gramme bottles, Squlbbs.
1 kilogramme tincture opium
I kilogramme ammonia carbonate,
1 kilogramme sodium bromide,
., 0 , grammes opium -. powdered,
10j grammes mercury yellow oxide,
WAGON il if nasi
1 am prepared to do all kinJi oT 5
Ud and Iron. Rep"""
any kind or making and "P.1 f,S
ters, tools and edgeU lools of uj kW m
and repaired; wa?on. and huge ci ggg
arid new ones made to order. I rK"Q'
the best that can be Jone in il",
made shoes. Plate, m"."?
fully attended to. Cll""Kl
CUemeketa street, back of New You w
itorc- R. . UEHSCHBVCIi
Please notice the cut In pHces
on the following!
Shirts, plain r'toioc5
Under drawers tto!oe,
Under shlrU ieca
Socks, per pair 'id
Silk handkerchiefs ....... ifS
Sheets and Pillow ilitw Wau r
and other work in proportion.
Bannels and other work"1
TkS rm I iMIsIP
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