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OY HOKBR UROTHBRS,
WEDNESDA.Y, JULY 20, 1890.
TWO BIO CONVENTIONS.
The Silver Men and Populists at
St. Louih, July 24.
Tlicflrftl two days of the nntlonaj
sllvor convention were fjpent In effect
iui; ia pertnaueiit organization, ur
pointing committees, and hearing
speeches. Wo made the silver con
gressman of Nevada, Francis 0. New-
lands, temporary chairman, and
Hanker Bt. John of Now York, per
They aro men of brains, wealth and
ability, second to nono In the United
States. IJotli -aro young men of na
tional ronown. A poll of the dele
gates of the American silver party, of
whom thcro were COO out of 000 pres
ent, showed tliolr political complexion
to bo mora than sixteen Republicans
to nno of other onrtlcs.
The St- Louis Exposition building
was beautifully decorated for tho oc
casion, and the local committee per
formed their work well In the details
and accessorlcsof the occasion. Thcro
was n good band, stago accommoda
tlons for two hundred reporters, nnd
they wero nil present. Thoro was a
large number of old 6oldlcrs, union
and rebels, nnd the former seemed to
lmvo no fear of llfty cont pensions.
Thcro were tho usual speeches nmtlo
by tho sliver leaders, and they were
well received of course. The utmost
harmony prevailed and among tho
delegates wero Mutator nnd congress
men, bankers nnd manufacturers,
farmers and business men, certainly a
crcdltablo 'and conservative body of
men. They will be found on tho can
viirs In all tho states of tho union
doing work for llryan and bimet
allism. Tho iollcy of tho national
silver convention was purely tenta
tive, nnd solely for tho purpose of
promoting a union of forces for har
mony and principle. A committee of
ono from each stato was appointed on
conference with u similar committee
of tho Populists, to ngrro upon nil
points whero unity of action was do
slrable. Tho sliver convention was a
unit for llryan nnd Sewnll but wanted
union of force for Independent bi
This was tho position of the silver
convention at tho close of the second
day. A most stirring bceno was when
n beautiful young St. Louis elocution-1st,-
arrayed as u goddess -of liberty,
crowned with u diadem of stars nnd
draped In a Grecian robe of tho Amer
can colore, waiving a national Hug,
.recited , Jlio declaration of independ
ence. Each sentence was punctuated
wlthujjpplauso and It was peculiarly
apropos to the wholo apolitical situa
tion. Oregon was honored wlh eqtoral
chairmanships of commlttees.Hcr del
egates, composed of 0 Republicans, 5
Democrats and 3 Populists, were given
places In the national convention or
ganization as follews: Chairman of
delegation, J. C. Cooper; vice presi
dent of convention, AmosStrong; res
olutions, John Young; national com
mittee, E. Hofer; on conference, M.L.
Oltnstcad; on notification, Frank
Clarno; on permanent organization,
JTHB POPULIST CONVENTION
was held In the same hall or exposi
tion building where McKlnley and
Ilobart were nominated, about a
quarter of n mile away from the aUver
convention about three times as
large, composed of nearly 1,500 dele
gates, At tho close of tho second day
It had not been fully organized for
It was a notable gathering, too
largo for tho speedy or ordorly
transaction of business. Tho fight
from the start was between the
or "antl-fuslonlsts," and tho llryan
elements In the People's party. It
was led by tho Texas and. Georgia del
cgatlons -and backed by the
south and cast as ngntnst an
almost united west. Then
Bryan Populists of tho West wero
led by Colorado and Nebraska dele
gallons, hended by Senator Allen and
Editor Patterson of tho Denver Nows,
and the ablest nnd brainiest men of
tho West. Oregon was represented by
JohnJoryof Salem, Editor Kaiser of
Ashland, John Luce of Eastern Ore
gon, nnd Harry Watklns of Yamhill
They wore divided on llryan, nnd
there was n strong "mlddlo-of-tho-road"
element, favoring tin Independ
ent Populist tluket. Tho Hat money
clement was albo opposed to llryan.
On tho second day tho delegation got
a telegram from Salem, urging them
to not endorse llryan, but to stay "in
the middle-of-the-road," and run ti
straight-out Peoples party ticket for
president. It was signed: "11. R.
Itynn and fifty others."
There Is no doubt in this part of
tho United States, about Ilryan's
election, If tho silver vote Is united,
mid nil earnest opponents of the gold
standard pray that It may be. Kan
sas nud Illinois aro surer for llryan
than Oregon nnd Washington, and
they nro not considered doubtful. In
my next I will tell about some of the
men ot national reputation,
wero at these conventions.
MOST BB LET ALONE,
Ctmimucil frmii hW yr
he whites hhditllars to vr.rU rel
atively more and more every year.
He know Mint the imkl standard will
perpetuate tliesecomlilioas. while the
adoption of freecolimee would destroy
Uieui. It requires n gre.it brain
ppwe,r to see this. Than let thotolais
work and vote .for the gold standard,
bjt. In the name of all the gods at
oice, let the rot of us work for our
o vn interests ami the Intcra-tit of
pMtcrlty. The worklngman, the far
mer, Ue merchant, the profeslonu 1
man. wImj votes for the single gold
standard, h simply a sucker. He may
woar tailor-made clothes, and be as
whe In his own conceit as the jny who
bites at the shell game, but he Is only
a poor deluded sucktsr just the same.
And If they succeed in fastonlng the
gold standard on this country, it will
bi an other case of "the gambler wins
and the sucker lemw."
They tell us that "conservative bus
lnss Interests must not be disturbed;"
that we niittt sheathe our swords and
allow ours-elves to be dngged at the
chariot wheuls of the money power,
and perhaps-they will allow us n suffici
ency of good coarse, wholesome food
and enough clothing to fairly cover
our nakedness; otherwise there will
be a panic, and we will be crushed at
once. For the special privileges of
property are superior to the real rights
of humanity of common humanity
"the herd;" so conservative business
Interests must not be disturbed, and
the man who proposes to bring silver
Into competition with gold, as stand
ard money, Is, among numerous other
thlngs.a thclf and an anarchist. Bah!
Are the American people such fools
as the goldltes cleary think they arc?
Arc the majority of voters to be ca
joled or frightened by a lob lot of
high-sounding phrases which mean
There Is Just one poor argument
used by the goldbugs which has rea
son behind It. That Is that the adop
tion of free coinage would undoubted
ly cause more or loss of a temporary
panic. By all means let us give them
the full benefit of this one lonesome
truth, but what then? If the only
road to bimetallism nnd real prosper
Ity lies by way of a panic, then the
sooner wo pass over the road the sooner
wc reach the promised land. We have
lived through more than one panic,and
we can live through another for the
sake of the results. If It takes dis
agreeable medicine to curon fatal dis
ease, is that a reason why wo should
let tho dl&caso have Its course? Fur
ther, It Is certain that our present
system renders us peculiarly liable to
panics; for, when we try to flout over
1,000 millions of credit currency with
a reserve of only 100 millions of stand
ard money.tho pyramid Is standing on
its apex, and It takes but llttlo to up
set It. So why should we surrender to
avoid something which wc must face
Thoro has been a tlmo when Ameri
cans were not a race of cowards. Our
forefathers did not hesitate to enter
on an unequal struggle and lay down
their fortunes and their lives for civil
and political llberoty, Shall wo bo a
set of poltroons whero financial and
industrial liberty is involved? Aro we
afraid of being called "discontented
agitators? Do wo not know that every
great reform sluco the foundation ot
tho world has been brought about
through agitation? Jesus Christ was
crucified as a pernicious agitator.
nad Ho contented Himself with
preaching tho old Mosaic law Ho
would havo been forgotten eighteen
hundred years ngo,and tho world
would still bo pagan. China ran In
tho saino groove for three thousand
years because hor people wero "con
tented." Shall wo fall to support our
who I principles becauso wo "have always
been republicans," and tho republican
7 ' I
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C IT MACK.
Suornor to Dr. J M.JKeeric, old What
( '-imcr Salem, Or. P.trtlcs'tleiri-g Mirioi
orattom at mod trait fees in any Wamli r
li :ccm1 icquest.
Peter G, Norgren,
(Formerly Willi I', J, Lanten & Co.)
I'arr.ajje ami wagejn hnp, 320 Commerclul
slrcil Hring on year work, old or new, ard
have il dene with a guarntee,of iatltfaciion.
-, 6 26diwtf
if o a r m
.ltM all mall and passenger trains, llag.
tt?e and express to all parts of the city.
Prompt service, Tckphone ha 70
Yon will Ci"l o"ic i-ruDun insiii:
rnrh twoautiLC L i'.a:id tuocou-
ihjus inside cat .ft r iko ''
Dage: iiincKiw . si'iiri nui. ty t'lj?1!
bag ot l.iis 1 .'.JXf TV. V
Buy 0 bag of litis 1 K,' 'C7. H
hnitcd tobacco ui. I n,, i'ie r,r V.J.
Mupon which g'' ' ' ' j3' rC
)f valuable proeiH ; i.-l . -A S
r. """" ' j
ii r 4 tf ---w-
been a republican." He cast his first
presidential vote for that greatest of
Americans since Lincoln, James G.
Blaine, and he never felt so badly In
his life, over any matter not personal,
as he did over Blaine's defeat by tho
potbellied Child of Destiny whose fin
ancial precepts the Republican p.irty
has now embodied In Its platform.
But Blaine and Garfield and Lincoln
have gone to their reward: and who Is
the Republican leader now? Mark
nanna representing a syndicate
Mark Ilanna, of whom no one over
heard until lie had the nerve to Invest
318,000 In McKinlcy's chances for the
presidency. Who Is the Republican
standard bearer? Major Mckinley,
who happened to be chairman of the
committee which drew up a certain
tariff, bill Major McKlnley, who Is, at
heart, a bimetallism but who subor
dinates his principles to his ambition
Major McKlnley, on whom the syn
dicate represented by Mark Hanna
has an 818,000 mortgage.
What Inspiring leadership! How
tho heart of the ragged and hungry
private in the armies of plutocracy
must swell with pride and devotion
when such leaders sound the long roll,
and command him to lay down his
arms In unconditional surrender to the
Itothbchllds! What a glorious thing
it Is to lw a coward, and what a still
mr.re glorious thl ng It is to be a sucker!
but, when wc find a voter who Is a
combination of both, how can wc ex
press our admiration? Shall we lay
the flattering unction to our souls
that wc are "mostly fools?" We must
certainly do so if the gold standard
carries a western state.
Let us, for once, think more of hu
manity than of party be better pa
triots than partisans. The Good
Lord, He knows that it can't be much
harder for any one to "go Democratic"
than it Is for the wrltcr.but If he ever
so rar rorgets hlmseir as to vote for the
gold standard,may theDovil take him.
David Bcrm Chase,
Salem.Oregon.July 26, 1800.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. lMiojbo Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told bv hor doctors sho
nau consumption ana mat incro was
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr
King's Hew Discovery completely
cured her and she bays it saved her
life. Mr. Tho. Uggcrs, 139 Florida
dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, iricuwuuout. result everyuung
olso then bought ono bottlo of Dr.
King's Now Discovery aud In two
weeks was cured, lie is naturally
thankful. It Is such results, of which
thew are samples, that provo tho
wonderful olllcaoy of this medicine In
Coughs nnd Colds. Freu trial bottles
at Fred V. Legg's drugstore, licgular
giro 6Q0 and tl.
platform declares for tho sluglo gold
standard? Tho writer has "always
S ONC0 MORO In harmony
Y i f crurilotejir cured won nro
5 nunjlai; liApnr pralsei for
UttsW liAW)- lnUi tot
ct ana luMt uo
ce8ful euro for eei
nal vcakucM and
loct ylxor known to
medical science. An
dtrful iSUtottru, in
book form, with rf.
cri nca ana proofx,
rrtn men (alcd) , i'uU manly vim I
perraanonlly ro.tord. PaUuro Uspoaalble, I
in. , . .
In yesterday's Journal in the state
news, an item appeared giving tho
date as August 1, when the season was
open for shooting chlckens.grouse and
pheasants. The law Is as follews:
Section 0. Every person who shall,
within the stato of Oregon, between
tho first day of December and the
first day of September of the follow
ing year, tako, kill, Injure or destroy
or have In possession, excent for
breeding purposes, or sell, or offer for
sale, any grouse, pheasant, Mongolian
pheusmt, quail, or partridge, shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor; provided,
however, that it shall bo unlawful to
kill, injure or destroy any pralrio
chicken, except during tho months of
July, August and September of each
year. It shall bo unlawful within tho
state of Oregon to kill or destroy any
rlngneckcd Mongolian pheasant, or
any of tho various kinds of pheasants
Imported Into this state by tuo Hon.
O K. Denny, or any quail, ibobwhlte
or pheasant In that portion of tho
stato of Oregon lying east'Of the Cas
Old peoplo who require medicine to
regulate tuo bowels and kidneys will
find tho true remedy In Electric Bit
ters. This medicine does not stimu
late and contains no whiskey norother
intoxicant but acts as a tonic nnd
alterative It acts mildly on tho
stomach and bowels, adding strength
and giving toue to tho organs, thereby
aiding Nature In the performance of
tho functions. Electric bitters Is an
excellent nppetlzer and aids digestion.
Old Peoplo rind it Just exactly what
they need. Prico 50c and 81 per bottle
at Fred A. Legg's drug store.
Soap Foam Washing Powder
will not make the clothes yel-
In pursuance of the
nit the follow-
of the law approved February ij, 1MI, '
notice Is hereby given 1111
Capit J Transfer Co,
' HARRY TOWN, PROP.
! Express, bCCaCe ll(l "H kinds cf work
done promptly. Leave orders at Patton'i
I Mori) 12
On faim land ncurity. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
consldeied without delay
HAMILTON & MOIR
On city or farm property.
Over Buih's Bank,
T. K. FORD'
ln-r llct nf rriiintl
seven years prior to July 1, 1890, have j ft R A M fV T( V C A fU
not been presented for payment and JVIUI L T U LUlIX I
llioe enclosed in pareiiwiesis nut ink
been uncalled for and still remaining
In my hand and custody, and unless
so presented for payment at the office
of the county treasurer, of Marlon
countv, Oregon, on or before August
29. 1890, said warrants will be can
celled and payment therein will be
refused, all In accordance with the re
qulremcnts of said law.
6980, Capital Adventure Co., July,
0129, S.W. Morgan, July, 18SS, 3.-10.
7279, Wilson I) Me Nary, December,
7491, W. II. Slmp'on, January. 139,
7718. B. Phelps: .laii'i.uy. !. VM.
7784, J. W. Thomas, February, l8rf,
8510, D. W. Yoder, May. ln U
warrants uncalled rem.)
(81 9, L.A. Yermcch.March 18, lt9
(7835, W. II. Trulllnger, February 7,
(7539, Dan Rogers, January 11, 1839,
(6007, Oscar llunneis, October 0,
17, L. D. Pitman, October 5, 1888,
(8001. Alice A. Omeg, May 13, 1839,
(0101, John A. Mclntlre, Augut 8,
(6358, Gad Miller, September 7, 18S8,
(7389. Ilenrctta Late, December 8.
(0120, B. F. Holllday, July 0, 1838,
(8222, E. N. Glrard, March 0, 1889,
(8031, Ganos Fischer, May 13, 1839,
(0555, John Flynn, Octobers, 1888,
(0357, A. Ecler, September 7, 1588,
(0119, Chas. Caufield, September 10,
(7843, Lewis Burtman, February 8,
(7540, Wm. Brown, January 11, 1889,
(0351, Barnard Burtonshaw, Septem
ber 7, 1883, 31.70.)
Dated this 30th day of June, A. D.,
1890, L. V. Ehlen,
ERIE MED10AL QOMBUFFAiO.N.Y. J low nor bua toe hands,
See Boise & Barker, agents for the
O. It. & N. and Union Pacific railways
regarding special round trip rates to
the Republican national convention
at St. Louis, the Democratic national
convention at Chicago, Peoples party
convention at St. Louis, national con
vention Y. P. S. C. E. at Washington,
D. C, National educational Associa
tion at Buffalo, N. Y and G. A. R.
national encampment at St. Paul,
Beginning with Sunday, Juno 21,
and on eacli succeeding Sunday, a
special excursion train will leave Al
bany at 7 a. m., Corvallls 7:30 a. m..
arriving at Yaqulna at 11:15 a. ni.
Returning, boat leaves Newport at
0:30 p. in. Train leaves Yaqulna
at 7 p.m., arriving at Oorvallfs at
10 p. m. and Albany at 10:30 p. m.
lare. good on tills train only, from
Cprvallis, Albany and Philomath to
Newport and return.81.50.
n. L. Walden, II. B. LOWMAS',
Agent, Albany. Agent, Corvallls.
iur vuiiis, June 17, louo.
Nature always was waft's
friend. When it takes the
form of HIRES Rootbeer.
it's his best friend.
M4. lf bj n Ck.rlc. K. nin. C., nihitfeUa.
Vi anted-All girls to know thafnoo
Cako" will not make their hands red
like common soap. Save tho wrappers.
They aro wortli a cent apiece. 0 tf
There's moro clothing destroyed by
poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoo
Cako" soap contains no freentkall nnd
will uot lnjuro tho finest lace. Try It
and notice tho difference In quality.
" mj .;
F. VAN DER BAAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber.
481 Winter street.
3?-Hard times piices always.)
C. H. LANE,
st . Stltn Or
Wfif's Mineral Mm
The ch ilcest mineral water (n' th; stale.
Silem su tolled bv C M. Epplty, at Ibe
Electric Grocery, East State St.
WHAT IS SAID.
Borne say we give the bet mtal in
town for 15c. We say try us and see.
S. RICHARDSON. PROP.
KTSecond door north of Hctel Willamette.
SALEM WATER CO.
Office! Willamette Hotel Building .
For water service apply at office. Bill
payable monthly in advance. Jdake a
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction in water rate
on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notice is left at the office.
Hereafter water for irrigation will only be
lumtsneii to reeuiar consumers using waiei
for domestic purpose. Contractors for sidr
walks, brick work and plastering will pleae
read "under building purposes" page 17 of
schedule 01 rates lor 1093.
Apply at ofhc
Ed. S, Lamport,
289 Commercial st,
Has bought the Frank E, SharV
fer 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. Reualrin? 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 mide 10 order. Horseshoeing,
the best, that can be done jn "townr-band
made ehoes. Plites and running shoes care.
uiiy auenaeu to. uau at my stana, si "
Chemeketa street, back of New York Racket
It. I. HERSCHBACH.
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticehhe cut in prices
on the following!
Shirts, plain locenls
Under drawers ....Sto
Take No Substitute
"" .CONDENSPn Mttv $
iBSff&B'fi8 1 d"E'y washed by hand.
socks, per pair 3 cc
Handkerchiefs... ..w, ...'. cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
Sheets and pillow .slips 24 cent per (dozen,
and other work In proportion. ' -
Flannels and other wor,k . in
187 Commercial si,., T' '3 E X
The choicest article of tie U
ture, . Made tight here u&&
Call for it at li (, s' Jl" " x
LTtrehsaaijge a urah
Smths'ii Pacific Co
w.i.iviiii. muicw nam mail, i-j 1
I'urmna ana son ntacuco.
Above trains stop it tir Wud Orm
Cil)-, Wo dburn, Saltra, Tarr.tr, Jfxi.
Itlltrson, Albany. Albinr Jaflctioo, Tups
Shedd. lhl.ey, Hirmlxtrg, Jsocii Cf
Eucene, Crll, Driln, nl :i rj
from Roseburg to AsblinJ, isclisire
RMKlimtO MAIt DAtlT.
South ", orth
oMOu.iu. lv.rortlaudar. 4.Mlb.
ii.vAii.iu. iv. oaicm it. 1 up.a,
5:20 p.m. ar. ltoebV It. 8tn.
lr. Portland ar. . lu-Jius.
ar. Salem lr. I 8.tWtal
DIN'ING CA1U1 OM O30C.V R0ff
and second-class sleeping ctntoscleJuiS
WEdf" SIDE DIV1S10S,
Between I'ortland and ComlCi, klj (a
7130 a.m. I l.v.
At Albany and ComllU coa ni
trains of Oregon Central i EmentefaM-
Express train dally ticcpt Snaii;
a:az 11. m I Lv. loillind Ar i35i
7:15 .. in Af.McMinTilkl.tl rata.
to all points in theEuiera!iW!c,Cii
and Europe can be obtsined t wot w
from W.W. bKIWtK.AJtB..
E.P, ROGERS. A-t-aRSMi
R. KOEIILER. Mansger. .
Eastern R. K Company
IYAQUINA BAV" WWTC s'
Francisco & Yaqulna mj o.-t -
Sails fro Vaqumsewr; 4
Francisco. Ceo. tor. Port 0rtJfJ'
and Hnmbolt Bay. gwtrsiMi
Shortest route between the Wiiuac
and California. Ja
Fare Irom A"" "J, otaCJ
Francisce: Cabin, tfaufflg Ji
Bay and I'ort iOrfordiCjb "
Bav, cabin 3; roonu u.
The steimer Albany will Im"
and the steamer Wm. . ijs 5,
and down river pmm " -Weduesdavs
and Fridays, ft.
l. r. MAYO. Supt. Riret PTiDxi
Salem , TSiWfiU
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