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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOPSR BROTHBRS
FRIDAY, JULY JO, 1600.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tiik Jouiinal receives and pay for
If a own f cleimihli service. It does not
publish tlio plate and cartoons sent
otit by the sound money committee of
the New York Herorm dub.
Tub JounNAi advocates protection
and bimetallism, the fundamental
doctrines of Republicanism. It docs
not advocate iroId-plttfd bimetallism,
nor the single gold standard.
Iioth arc ruinous to tliiu-oiiiinoii
people. Protection alone will make
theilch richer and the pern-pooler.
A policy of money contraction and
debt expansion Is not Republicanism.
THE SCHOOL OF POLITICS.
The Herald of Utlc", .'. Y. prints
tlie rollenftifz: "K. Ilofer. a forn er
member of the Orugon p-ihmmI iiwii
bly, In a little book entitled 'The
School of Politics,' dhcti"ses the ell
fentures of our primary system aid
frnphaslzes the necessity of and si'K
KcsIh methods of reform. He treats
his subject under three heads: First,
the prlmmy and spoils' pelitics: mo
ond, how prlnmi'lus are conducted;
mid third, tlio primary as It should Le
safeguarded by l.r.v. The book cm
pli.tsl.es thu fact that a vote at Ihu
primary Is of as ureal lm)irtanco as
one at an elelectlou, If kcmhI govern
iiiqiiL Is to be secured. The book Is
well worth n perusal by every voter.
(Clilcniroi Charles II. Kerr & Co.
Price 2." centH.)
than 10 billions. Now add to this)
sum all the other "obligations recog-;
ni?ed b) the laws of the laud." Ques Ques
teon: About hpw many billions are
there of said obligations, all told,
nnd what per cent of them will about
R2n billions nav? About how mucin
other money can be maintained at a
narltv on a 020-mllllon jmld basis?
E. P. P.
Oregon's Next Ltclslature.
The tallowing Is n list of the persons
who will make laws for the people of
Oregon to abide by ut the next session
of the legislature as near as can be
ascertained at present.
Raker and Mallicur Will It. King,
and Lincoln Tolbert Car-
Nuts for a Secretary to Crack,
A correspondent or the "Ohio
Farmer" asks questions of Secretary
Carlisle as follows;
The secretary says of the laboring
"Can ho prosper when thu fluctua
tions of currency are such that ho can
not certainly know tlio value of a dol
lar In which his wages aro patd?"
Questien: Was there much "fluctua
tion In the value" of gold and silver
dollars as long as both wcro "standard
Tlio secretary further says: "You
are asked by tlio advocates of free
coinage to join thorn In destroying
one-half of tlio purchasing power of
the money In which you arc paid."
Questien: How much difference will
there bo In tho purchasing power of n
gold or silver dollar if both aro stand
Thosecrotary further says: "Tho
utteiuptto maintain what Is called
tho double standard of value, that Is,
tho attempt to keep tho ' legal tender
coins of the two metals, gold and sil
ver, In uso as money at tlio sumo tlmo,
upon u ratio of valuo ilxed by law, has
repeatedly been made by kings and
parliaments In every civilized country
In the world, and it has failed In
every 0110 of them." Questien: "Was
there any sueli serious failures In tho
United States so long us "tho at
tempt" was adhered to?
lie declares In favor of tho uso of
silver utu parity with gold, Ques Ques
teon: How can a permanent "parity"
bo maintained, unless both aro legally
regarded us standard money, real
money, money of iimtl redemption,
equally u legal tender ut 11 "ratio
Ilxed by law?"
IIo Is 0110 of those who contend that
n parity can lie maintained by giving
tho payco tho option to choo&o which
ho twill take; tho theory has been
tested by two administrations, and
thoeecrotury quotes tho sllvor In a
silver dollar nt 52 cents. Question;
Is ho right?
IIo is opposed to the "coinage- of
silver ut tlio public expenso.' Ques Ques
teon: Does hu or anybody elso oppose
tlio coinage of gold ut said expense V
Ho virtually Insists, that "ovcry
obligation recognized by tho laws
of tho laud" ought to bo paid In dol
lars "intrinsically" worth 100 cents
each. IIo also explains to us that
wo have 020 millions or tho 100 cent
dollars, 413 millions or tho "52 cent
dollars;" of course, the Intrinsic,"
value of tho paper in tho paper dollar !
is too Insignificant to bo quoted.
aUo explains that,
nro Indebted to
Clnckiiiniih-Oco. C. IIrownell, rep.
Cluckamai and Marlon -AI011.0
Clulbop -John II. Smith, ilem.
Columbia, Washington mid 'Tilla
mook G. W. Patter-on, iep.
Com, Curry and .lo-phlno E. (J.
Crook, Klamath and Lake Barnard
Douglas A. W. Reed. pop.
ailllaui, Sherman and Wasco E. 11.
Orant, Harney and Monnw A. W.
,1'nckMiti-K. II. Holt, pop.
Lane 1. D. Driver, rep ; J. II. Mc
Linn L. A. Dawson, rep.; A. J.
Marion W. H.iHobson, rep,; I. L.
Multnomah Joseph Simon, rep.;
George V. Rates, rep.; Donald Mac
kny, iep.; Ren Selling, rep.; J. E.
Haseltlne, Mitchell, rep.
Polk B. F. Mulkoy, rep,
Sherman and Wasco John Mitchell,
Umatilla A. R. Price, rep.
Umatilla and Union -T. C. Taylor,
Union ond Wallowa Justus Wade,
Washington Samuel Hughes, rep.
Yiunblll-J. P. Calbrcalh, rep.
Baker 1 D. W. Yoakum, pop.
Benton 1 John Whlteakcr, pop.
Clackamas II John Kruse, pop.;
W. S. Uron, pop.; George. Ogle, pop.
Clatsop 2 M. J. Stlndseth, pop.:
John E. Gratkc, dem.
Columbia 1 Norman Merrill, rep.
Coos 1 Thomas Buckman, pop.
Crook 1 It. 13. Mlsuer, dem.
Douglas U GeorgoW. RJddlc, rep.;
J, T. Bridges, rep., A. M. Crawford,
Juckson a N. Langoll, rop.; J.
Howscr, pop.; U. T. Schmedloln, pup.
Josephine 1 II. L. Bonson, rep.
Lane 3 L. Bilyeu, dem.; 1). G.
Palm, rop.; T. G. Viiughim, rep.
Linn 3 John M. Somers, rop.; J.
F. Smith, pop.; T. M. Muukors, pop.
Marlon 5 J. N. Smith, rep.; II. L.
Uarkloy, rep.; E. W. Chapman, rep.;
McKlnloy Mitchell, rep.; David Craig,
Monow 1 J. N. Brown, rep.
Multnomah 0 J. C. Bayer, rep.;
J. N. Davis, rep.; George II. Hill, rep.
A. L. Maxwell, rop.; D. L. Povoy,
rop.; W. 13. Thomas, Mitchell rop.;
Henry Wagner, Mitchell rep.; Jonthun
Bourne, Mitchell rep, and Pop.
Polk-2-J. A. Yonness, rep.; T. J.
Unmtllla-3-J,S.Gurdane, rep.; 13.
J. Davis, rop.; W. T. Ulgby, rep.
Unlon-2-J. W. McAllister, pop.;
Wullowa 1 C. F, Jennings, rop.
Washington-3-J. It, O. Thompson,
rop.; G. W. Marsh, rop.; II. S. Iloud
Yumhlll-2-H. G, Guild union
bimetallic; O. 0. Emory, uuiou-btmot-alllo.
Benton und Lincoln 1 E. It. Lake
Coos and Gurry 1 Nosier.
Grant aiu) IInrney-il-Q. S. Dustln,
Klamath and Lake I Virgil Conn
Sherman aiid Wasco 2-J- N,
Ho ' Jones, rep-i B. 8, Huntington, rop.
tJRVAN'S GREAT SPEECH.
Synopsis of the Eloquent Ncbraskan's
Ciiioaoo, July 10. Tho sensational
event of today's proceeding's was tho
speech of Bryap of Nebraska, In favor
of the majority report on the pint
form. Even the attention given Hill
and Tillman did not equal the breath
less eagerness with which thousands
peered forward to watch the first sen
tences of this young man, whom many
Westerners consider their foremost
They were not disappointed. Ho
8pokedcprcclatlngly of himself, "but,
he added, "the humblest citizen to
the land, when clad In the armor or
righteousness, Is stronger than all the
hosts of error." This struck the key
note which sounded to the rafters.
Thereafter the sllvcrltes sent up yell
after yell arter each 6trltclng period.
The caiwe of silver, he dccla'rcd, Was
the cause of liberty and humanity.
Thcrefoie he deprecated any denunci
ation or President Cleveland, because
the Wsue was not to be brought down to
l he level of personality. To the com
plaint or the east that the silver men
would not discuss the question, be re
plied that tho convention was as
sembled merely to render their ludg
inent by order of the plain people, but
the greatest of all was thoenthuslasm
stirred by his comparisons or the busi
ness man down a thousand feel Into
a mliio und him who In a back room
counted the money of tho world,
"Wo arc fighting In defense of our
homes, our llrosldcsand our families,"
proceeded Bryan as the assemblage
rose for another wild demonstration.
"Our petitions have been scorned, but
now wo have no petition to offer for
wo aro strong in our right and defy
them. They ask lfRobesplcro will
arise. No, Instead or that the people
need an Andrew Jnckson to do, as
Jackson did, in resisting thccncroach-
jucnts against tho people.
Turning his attention to the In
come tax, Bryan declared It was not
unconstitutional until one or the
judges had changed his mind, and
the great economic principles or the
Income tax could not rest upon tho
change or mind, or any single Judge.
Concerning tho banks, ho said, they
claimed tho government should go
out or tho banking business, but he
answered with Jefferson, the banks
should go out or the govcrumentlng
business. Tho speaker paused a
moment as ir to close, whon all sides
shouted "go on, go on."
"Tho Republicans nominated at St.
Louis William MoKlnley, or Ohio."
Bryan continued, "ho Is a man who
used to boast that ho looked llko Na
poleon." Thcro was a hair inlnuto or
laughter, when thospcakcrcontluucd,
"yes they nominated him on the an
niversary or tho battle or Waterloo,
and already wo can hear with dis
tinctness, tho waves beating on tho
shores or St. Helena." Great ap
plause. The American nation, he
said, was about to legislate without
the advlco or any other nation on the
Tho American nation was able to
legislate on ovcry question without
tho aid on any other nation. On such
an Issue, mado In this platform, the
Domocrutloqiarty k could not carry an
slnglo state In this union. Ho would
not, ho said, si under tho great states
or Massachusetts or New York, by
saying that on such an Issuo they
would declare tho helpless Impotence
or the merciless domination or power
In the past mid added, "but I warn
them they shall not crucify the
Democratic party on tho cross ot
Tho cocluslon or Bryan's speech was
marked by tho most enthusiastic dem
onstration or the convention up to
that tlmo. Tho wholo convention
sprang to its feot nnd 20,000 throats
roared while twlco twenty thousand
arms waved frantically. Handker
chiefs ond flags How wildly. Hats
woro hurled nloft and umbrellas were
waved. Men shouted llko maniacs,
and rrom ovcry quarter or tho hall
camo a hoarso roar.
. ' .C JgfefYHAr: ' i'.fiJLi
1 v mfffi$E
C. H. MACK.
Successor to Dr. J." M. Keenc, old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fees In any branch urr
In especial request.
Peter G, Norgren,
(Formerly with P. J. Larsen & Co )
Carriage and wagon hnp, 320 Commerrlul
street . bring on yoar work, old or new, ni d
have it done with a guarantee of satisfaction
6 26 dw tf
"A very smooth article'
I Don't compare "Battle Ax"
with low grade tobaccos compare
I " Battle Ax " with the best on
1 the market, and you will find you j
1 get for JO cents almost twice as j
I much "Battle Ax" as you do of
other high grade brands, g
In pursuanco of tho requirements
of tho law approved February 2."), 1880,
notlco Is hereby given that the follow
ing list of county warrants Issued
seven years prior to July 1, 1890, have
not been presented for payment and
thoso enclosed In parenthesis having
been uncalled for and still remaining
In my hand and custody, and unless
so presented for payment at the otllco
of tho county treasurer, or Marlon
county, Oregon, on or bcroro August
20, 1800, said warrants will be can
celled and payment therein will be
rerused, all in accordance with the re
qulrements or said law.
6U30, Capital Advcnturo Co., July,
(1120, S.W. Morgan, July, 1888, $8.40.
7270, Wilson 1). McNury, December,
7101. W. B. Slmnson. January. 1889.
7718, B. Phelps: January, 1889, $30.
77&I, J. W. Thomas, February, 1889,
8510, D. W. Yoder, May, 1889, $2.75.
(WAUUANT8 UNCALLED FOK.)
(8159, L.A. Yernicoh.March 18, 18891
("78:15, W.H.Trulllngcr, Kcbruary 7,
(75:19, Dan Rogers, January 11, 18S9,
(00(17, Oscar Runnels, October 5,
(0517, L. I). Pitman, Octobers, 1888,
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stccc of
brushes cf all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, ar.d
finest quality of tjrass seeds.
YEW PARK REPUUI.ICAN CLUII-A
meeting of this club will be held at the Yew
Park school on Tuesday the 14th Inst, at 8 a.
m, to elect delegates to tlie county convention
of Republican clubs, and to elect officers and
to transact other business of the club.
iiy oruer 01 executive committee. 7.10 3t
wfto4L8rjyj8.' Tillamook and YtrnvUlUr-JohnJ,1,,, K,u
0 certain VJ1 oro GUI, pop. and uulon-bjjaotalllo cathartic, easy to
Feed tho Nerves
Upon pure, rich blood and you need not fear
nervous prostration. Nerves ire weak when
they are Improperly and Inefficiently
nourished. Pure blood Is their proper food.
and puro blood comes by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla, which Is thus the greatest and
best nerve tonic. It also builds up the whole
are the favorite family
take, easy to operate.
(800l.AllcoA.Omoc. May 13. 1880.
(0101. John A. Mclntlre, August 8,
(0358, Gad Miller, September 7, 18S8,
(7380. Ilenretta Late, December 8
(11120, B. F. Dolllday, July 0, 18S8,
(8222, 13. N. Olrard, March 0, 1889,
(8031, (lanes Fischer, May 13, 1889,
(0555, John Flynn, Octobers, 1888,
(0357, A. 13cler, September 7, 18S8,
(OtlD, Chas. Caufleld, September 10,
(7813, Lewis Burtmun, February 8,
(7510, Win. Brown, January 11, 1889,
(0351, Barnard Burtonshaw, Septem
ber 7, 1883, $1.70.)
Dated this 30th day or June, A. D
L. V. KlILEN,
THE OREGON PEACH IHTTERS is now
reduced to $0.50 per dozen if the cash ac
companies the order. Per bottle 75 cents.
Send direct to the manufacturer, II. Klas,
Aumsvllle, Or. 7-9 im
A CHANCE 'TO MAKE MONliV-,Actlve
agents, both men and women, aro wanted to
sell tho nsw dish washer. Inquire of N, W.
Gairetson.at the bridge on Eighteenth St.
Salem, Or. 6Gt"
IlEKE'ii YOUR (:iIANCli.-A proprietor
wants to trade a good weekly newspaper office
in good town for unincumbered improved Sa.
lem property. No opposition. Good rea.
sons. Information at tins office. 6 18 tf
EoR SALE1 Driving mare for sale at a bar
gain; wcicht about 1 160; good traveler, In
quire of Wm. llrown & Co. 30 tf
FOR SALE-At a bargain. Fine residence
and earner lot, near city hall. For further
particulars inquire at this office. 6-tf
It's in Town.
You'll Im surprised.
Won't "yellow tho clothes."
Won't burn your hands,
aNothlng equals It.
nouer man 8onp.
Extra largo packages.
Soap Foam Washing Powder.
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
Victims 01 Lost Manhood should send at
odco ror a book
ihat explains how
ull uiouly vigor
s easily, quickly
rvatored. No man
Vkcakncss can af-
loruio ignore this
.Book tolls how
ffull etrenath, dc-
WELLS Dug, drove, bored and repaired.
Address A. Parr, South Salem. 18 tf
HAY FOR SALE I will commrnr,. in ,1J
Hvrr hay about the 20th to any person! want
ing a fine quality of mixed hay, consisting of
1akav 1.1.. o n..r. 1 1 . D.
v.u, uiuc ti, orenaru crass, and other
grass. Later on wj lavc tjmotny aua
cheat Leave orders at John Hughes' store,
01 wmi u a. momas, or let me know by
pastal card, Saltw. Geo. E. Allen. 7 15 Im
FOR SALE OR KliNT-io acres land ' 5
miles out. Partly improved, wood anil
hwius, jjuvu nousc, targe uarn, a acres
ucaring orcnard.iot ol small iruit.good water.
..wv. MwuuaKc can oc nag, uox 145, baiem
iiu.mu. 1 UAKU.-Uood table board, with
home cooking, sened in family style, only
$2 a week. 105 Commercial street. 6.12.1m
L'AKl'hT l'Al'LR-Large lot ol heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Just
the thing for putting under carpets. Call at
lSTOiTli-.t-irst class pasture lor horses
or cattle Just south of Momingsldo. $1 00
?0h; J"tCrass and water. Inquire at
;7 "".v. on 1 mo.
Meois all mail and passenger tralni l!ug
(tape and expicss to all parts of the thy
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70
1 TAMES RAOER
MEN. I'ftl.rriMANW IKIli 1.1 nT
iness houses can obtain all newspaper Infor
mation from the press of tho stace, coast and
""" mwK, roqianq. I2-2otf
Capitol Transfer Co.
I1AURY TOWN, 1'ROl'.
Express, baggage and all kinds cf work
done promptly. Leave orders nt Patton's
On farm land security. Sup clal
rates on large loans. Loans
considered without delay
HAMILTON & MOht
Bush Rank bulldlnS
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property.
Over Push's Dank,
T. K. FORD)
F. VAN DER BAAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber.
481 Winter street.
Cyllard times prices always.
C. H. LANE,
MR AST H LI
211 C)nnjfciil st , Silem Or
JlTSuits $15 upwards. Pants$ upwands'l
C. JVI. Eppley,
formsrly of Clark & Eppley, is now
prepared to serve the public (with
everything fust class in his line, at
Simpson Bros, old stand.
- THE ELECTRIC GROCERY. -
J. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a splalty of fine repair work, Selb
Thoinan clock, etc., 215 Commercial Street
WHAT IS SAID.
Some say wc give the lct meal In
town for 15c. Wc ay try us ami sc!.
Ml RESTAURANT !
S. RICHARDSON. PROP.
Second door north of llctcl Willamette.
SALEM WATER CO.
Officci Willamette Hotel Bulldincr
For water service apply at office. Bill
payable monthly In advance. Make a
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction In water rate
on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notlco is left at the office,
Hereafter water for Irrigation will only be
furnished to regular consumers using water
for domestic purpose. Contractors for side,
walks, brick work and plastering will pleaxe
read "under building purposes" pjge 17 of
schedule of rates for 1S93. Apply at ofhec
rAl'KKS.-Portland, Sacramento, Seattle,'
lacoma and San tiancisco papers on sale a
Miller's Postoffice block
Agency for all newspapers and magazines
eaofciga,8 anj confectionery? r"w.
tOR SALE. -Une house and two lots s'ul
uauxl i Wheatland. Yamhill county ' All
s in good fruit. For sale at a bargain. The
Property s that known as the Wheatland
hotel. Price J150, Address, A, care Jour.
4 2 If
ERIE MEDICAL CO., 1UFFAL0.N.Y.
TIlO Ro.",u Cpnfl.Hn
ON THE DOLLAR
Ed, S, Lamport
289 Commercial st
Has bought the Frank E Shaiv
fcr and the M Beamer harness
stocks at forced sale, $4,000
worth ot goods will be disposed
of at 50 cents on the dollar,
Sign of the White Horse,
I am prepared ;to do all kinds of work. In
wood and Iron. Repairing machinery of
any kind or making and repairing stone cut
ters, tools and edged tools of any kind made
and repaired; wagons and buggies repaired,
and new ones made to order. Horseshoeing,
the best that can be done In towr-hand.
made shoes. Plates and running shoes care
fully attended to. Call at my stand, at 100
Chemeketa street, back of New York Racket
R. 1. HERSCHBACn,
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion must use Pozzonl'a Pow
der, It Produces a snft m,,l hoaiWIfnl .VI n
tor purity, and for Improvement of tho com
pleilou nothing equaU PosxoNt'a Powdkb.
187 Commercial mihsi ' 3
I he choicest article of the km I m. ,
turcd. Made ,iEh, here .,: S,fi "X
equal to It for deserts, drinks or ..w"1!
Call for hBtr. SoUZg
Please notice the cut in pricti
on the followingi
Shirts, plain ,. ,
K; k:.'::::-::: . 5
Silk handkerchiefs V.'
Sheen and pillow slips 24 cenYi'wrda
and other work In proportion.
Flannels anrl ntli M.1. .
telhgcntly washed by hand
v-wi, 1, wiuistco rrop,
Parties having cherries to sdl
will do well to call on the 0rt
gon Fruit and Produce Co,o
Salem. Highest market price
will be paid in cash,
WJLZ it. MIE3CKE, Prooj.
Denlars In all kinds of fresh ml nltwj
IFresh sauiaga a iptcislrf.
171 COMMERCIAL ST
Eastei n R. K. Company
LYAQUINA HAY ROUTE.
Conni-ctliur ut Yanulna Hay vrithlkei'i
FrancUco & Yanuin llay Steaauhip Co.
Uilt. fnun Vnniilnl rvrrtf K Am fat Sll
Francisco. Coos bay, Port (Mora, Tnmdil
and Hnmbolt llay.
Shortest route between the Willamette nlley
Fare from Albany or pointt h wpu
Ray and Port Orford, cabin (6; loIlomWJI
Hay, cabin sa; rounu trip, goou wu.,.,.r
RIVER umsiuii. ,
Steamers "Albany" and"Wm.M. ltaj.
Satirdays, at 11 a m., auivlne M
lucsameuayat 5 p . "-
leave Portland same day as abOTCStOS.B,
MriyJa? "tSalem at ,3 p. . ,, ,.
EDWIN SlUBt, Manager, w'""'
J. C. MAYO, Snpu Rive. Dmsioiu
M. P. UALDWIN, Local Agent,Altoa W
Ul -X WViTV"
For information and 'm W.
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