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Daily Capital Journal
UV HOKtCR BKOTHBRS,
THUI.8DA, AUGUST 27, 18M.
Tlicclub -toinc In politics Is the
A tnlhorilyioiF Clitf (side 6f God nntl
tlic poor li nlwnys rcspcotublo.
Circulate silver literature If you
would 'circulate silver bye and bye.
The Uryan clubs tiro being organized
without a sack, a boss or a machine.
There U bub duo way to bent Mar)
Hanr.a. Vote for Hrynn and Watson.
Tlicro Is no middle of the road be
tveen Bryan and McKlnley In Orogor.
If there was a crime r 18:i, what
arcyoudolnc toconcct tlie outrage?
The Oregoniaii U dreadfully afraid
the Bllvcr forces In Oregon will not be
IiMcry David Hurr Cbase, who was
treated so fairly In the Orcgmilnn,
writes In this Issue.
Our friend 0. B. Moores says It was
all a llcbout, the crime of 1873. That
ought to sottje It.
Tho ,boy orator of tho Platto Is the
significant title or Bryan. Platte Is
tho Spanish word for silver.
Undo Sam's malls continue to bo
Interfered with by tons of Mark Han
na's literature for free distribution.
Sylvc'stcr l'cnnoycr's only campaign
speech will bo dollvcrcd at Kalcm Sep
tember G. It will bo In his own stylo.
Baloin's now street commissioner
was actually seen working today.
Buclt cdhduot Is a rOlleotlon on a pub
JMicrO'lK Komcthlng appropriate In
select Ing'an .uitulerUker -to slboti the
remainu of anyone so ixtllt Ically (load
as Ilonj T. T. Geer.
Tho Itepiibllcansor"fialen should
console tliemselves with tho thought
tlint ln'"tbo next city electlon'thoy
will lmve ' Uhither Grahnls's moral
If tlfo Orcgonlau says you aro
crazy, that settles It. You should at
onco betaku -yourself to tho asylum
and staV Micro until tho Orcgonlan
lets you out.
Tho underground railway between
tho public treasury and tho banks, Is
doing alicavy tratlloln this campaign.
Other railroad business continues
Don't mistake tho sound money
men at tho Bryan ratification. The
llfty-cents on tho dollar Popocrats
should not fall to ralso all their
monoy In advance.
Of course, the Balom Statesman has
retracted tho Ho about Bryan's being
In tho employ of tho silver mlno own
ers. Nri-ono lias seen It, but it has
.ilLi.l I LJ.JJJ i. I
MoKlnloy'H letter of accoptuueo ac
knowledges that tho money question
Is tho only issue. Of course, Messrs.
1'ord and Geer will contiuuo to dllfer
Tho following Is tho remarkable ar
gument used by an ardent ltonubllcun
In a threshing crow near town tho
other day.' "Wo don't want Bryan in
becauso ho is tho friend of tho d n
tramps." Bryan is a friend of every
body, but ho docs not glvo up his con
victions for tho friendship of rich or
VjUmg IllS ialty of
early excesses. Vic
Unas, raoUIn your
MMBkood. rftln TtHir
vigor. Don't deflr. ,B $$&&
Mclannuoawiajfaoi, jswmwM iw-
mitchellA and ' DARKLEY
Thoigold standard organs arc has
Uiirtnglo the supjwrt. and laudation
of Senator Mltcliel, the polncer ad
vocate of frco coinage on the Pacific
coast. It is their custom to heap
such llaltcrles on a man whoso neck
they wish to brcnlcpolitlcally.aiid the
senior Orecon senator Is not wise if
ho Is deceived thereby.
. In the 8u me column Is renewed tho
demand that Hon. II. L. Barklcy re
sign as Republican memborof Mio leg
islature from Marlon county. They
would slaughter n man whom they
could not defeat in the primaries, at
tho convention, or at the polls. They
would make senator tho man who in
January last told them they might as
well expect to build a railroad to the
planet Mars, as try to get interna
tional bimetallism with the consent
Senator Mitchell will open hla
speaking campaign for McKlnley at
Woodburn, tho homo of the Marlon
county man who told the Republicans
that If they mndo a gold standard
platfoim ho would not stand upon it
and who lias kept bis word. Senator
Mitchell will show the silver Republi
cans how they cm stand upon a gold
standard platrorm how to build a
railroad to the planet Marsl Barklcy
Isn't as smait a man as Mitchell.
Senator Mitchell has undoubtedly
tho right to construe the McKlnley
platform. He has a right to convince
Democrats, Popullstsand Republicans
that tho McKlnley platform Is con
structed of pure silver sixteen to one.
But fie has no right to build that
railroad to the planet Mars after he
said It could never bo done. Bryan
ami Barklcy will fayor putting an in
junction on building It.
FOR BRYAN AND WATSON.
Tho union electoral ticket in Ore
gon Is Instructed and pledged for
Bryan nnd Watson. This was brought
about at Portland Aug. 25th and tho
Bryan nnd Watson ticket will bo com
posed of two Pcoplo'8 party electors,
one Democratic elector, and ono
American Bimetallic party elector.
Tho agreement as to Mio men Is not
yet perfected, as some aro still rcfus
Ing to withdraw who havo already
filed their acceptance. But no doubt,
the perfected Bryan nnd Watson elec
toral ticket is an accomplished fact.
A spirit of Justice, fairness and
moderation prevailed tlirouglH.uL tho
conference. Both the People's party
and tho Bryan Democracy wero will
ing to concede an elector to the silver
Republicans. Wlso counsel and har
mony prevailed and the result will be
an union of forces against the gold
standard in Oregon. Thero will bo
but two electoral tickets In Mio field.
In the Mines,
On tjik Trail, Aug. 22, 189(1.
Uditok Jeurnal: Wo reached
Popso ranch on tho 10th Inst., and
found the miners at work on a now
trail tlal-wlll shorten tho trip to
Gold creek over threo miles of very
hard climbing over tho Honlino
mountains. Wo unpacked, camped
and proceeded to dig, and wo havo
completed tho trail one-half mile east
of Henllno oreck. When tilts trail is
completed to Gold creek it will save a
distance of at least four miles hard
traveling, and when tho wagon road
Is built It will go over Mils same trail.
An expert of tho Salt Lnko Mining
company has Just been in Gold creek.
Ilu pronounces tho ore tlrstclass and
says If a road was built it would not
bo long until smelters and stamp mills
would lie coming.
A new ledge has been discovered
since 1 jwont out Mint gives promise of
very rich ore.
Messrs. Reoves, Wilinot and Pear
son, of Salem, dropped in on us Mils
mornlug on their way to Gold creek.
Thoy preferred togo over tho old trail
Muoh credit fqr opening tills rich
field is duo to Messrs. Temphoro,
Dawes and Harris, of Mill City, who
have soiiio very lino claims at Mineral
Harbor oast of Gold creek threo miles.
An Immense tiro was raging on tho
mountains south of hero last nlghU,
Our health Is lino. Arthur says ho
can digest boulders now, nnd Herbert
The ReJve!?'lRros. and Hart Bros,
are, YerKlngj2MfU!elr maclilno for
MUST CARRY ILLINOIS TO WIN.
This belief was probably the ono
which Induced Mr. Bryan to desire
Illinois Is looked upon, by many poli
ticians, as Mio state which will bo the
mo-it bitterly fought for and which
will decide the election. Nearly nil
western politicians, like Mr. Stevens,
arc of this opinion. They count on a
solid south and wcst.and they bellove
that somehow or other Illinois must
be won to win tho day. Mr. Stevens
"I shall devote all of my time to
pushing the work of the campaign,
sending out appropriate literature
and urging the formation of silver
clubs everywhere. Our work will
chiefly be among those who havo form
erly affiliated with tho Republicans
and only differ on tho one point of
linnncc. The main basis, or our
routine work, will bo Mio organization
of silver clubs. Tills is now well un
der way, more than 1,000 having nl
rcady been organized, with a largo
Tho outlook Is so doubtful as to who
will carry Illinois, and causing both
sides at this stage uncaslncss,at same
time tho tldo for silver was so strong,
that Dr. Janilcson of the Central
Committee had almost given up the
flght,had the election occurred at that
period. The following from tho New
York Herald contains Information In
MOKINLKY HAS NO WALKOVKK.
The plain truth about tho national
campaign is that Chairman Mark
Ha una, when ho returned from the
west, although ho wore a smiling faco
and openly said everything was going
woll, brought Mio news for the eastern
members of tho executive committee
that tho outlook Is far from satisfac
tory. Mr. Haiina will not for one
moment conccdo defeat In any of Mio
states Mint go to make up the battle
ground for honest money, but ho told
every friend with whom ho talked pri
vately that tho light wns a hard one,
and that the ticket could only bo
elected by the most tremendous exer
tions, continued every day from now
until Nov. :).
"Tho great battle ground Is com
pact. It Includes the states of Mich
igan, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Min
nesota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, and
Kentucky. Tho Republican national
commltteo Is going In witli a deter
mination to win Mieui all. Tho rose
ate reports about Illinois being solid
for McKlnley by 80,000 aro put out for
tho benoflt of the marines. Unless the
situation changes between now and
October, no living man will bo ablo to
tell with confidence in his predictions
how Illinois will vote."
A Swedish club of ISO members has
been organized at Princeton, showing
that nationality is taking Interest in
America's cuier precious metal, pro
At Monmouth, 111, August 17.
Centuries nffo, peo
ple used to fear what
they called the pes
Death" was tha
most terrible thing
In the world to them.
They feared it as
people now fear the
Cholera and Yellow
I'cvcr. And vet
there is a more terri
ble thing than any
of these. There is
a thing that causes
more misery and
more deaths than
any of these. It is the commonest trouble
that human beluga suffer from. It is so
common that nine-tenths of all the sickness
in the world Is traceable to it It is merely
that simple, common thing constipation.
There is no telling what it may lead to, but
it is sure to lead to something bad. Its im
mediate effects are unpleasant in the ex
treme. It makes people listless, gives
them headaches, makes the digestion poor,
causes dizziness, loss of appetite, loss of
sleep, foul breath and distress after eating.
All this merely because Nature has been
Imposed upon, and has been refused the
little help-sue needed.
This lttle help is furnished by Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant relicts. One pill is a
gentle laxative and two a mild cathartic.
There are two remarkable things about the
"relicts." One is that they never gripe;
the other that they cure permanently.
There is no other medicine that dots cure
permanently. You can take any other
medicine you like, as long as you like, and
if 'you s(op, your trouble, will come back
quickly, and. the chances ate the trouble
will be Worse than it was before. This
isn't true of Dr. Tierce's rieasant relicts.
You take them until you get yourself into
perfect working order, am
then you stop.
you uon't nave to taicc an
unless alter a while you do something that
r miK '
deranges your digestive system again. We
.arc not guesting about these facts, and we
don't ask you to take our unsupported word
for it. Thousands of people nave found
that thty are true, and have testified to
them, Let the druggist who says that some
thin; else is "just as good " sell that some
thing else to nomebody else. Don't let hint
trifle with your health for the sake of a
little wore profit to himself.
World'a Dispensary Medical Association,
No, Goj Mala Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
chnlrmnn Itlggs of the prohibition
county central commltteo and candi
date for the legislature has resigned
from both positions, that he may vote
Tor silver, saying It Is principal issue.
Tho long expected letter from the
Federated Trades council of Milwau
kee to tho Chicago Trade and Labor
assembly that no Milwaukee trades
union or central body wns responsible
for the letter which caused tho Chi
cago organization to drop tho Investi
gation directed against Henry C.
Payne' arrived. Matters havo pro
gressed to that stage In this city
where the letter received some time
ago Is generally pronounced a forgery,
and tho desire is to find the man re
sponsible for it. August Lucders, n
member of the grievance committee
of the Trade and Labor assembly, has
announced that he put poses to contin
ue Investigating untlll he fines out
who wroto tho letter, and that ho
will then nubllsh tho name of the
writer. It Is tho general belief that
the letter was written by a Chicago
man, and somo ono well acquainted
with the workings of tho committee.
A fow days ago The Dispatch
printed a form for forecasting the
result of tho presidential election
and offered $50 for the llrst correct
forecast received. It was believed that
the $50 award would stlmulato a study
of tho political situation.
Out of 1200 forecasts, 7fi0 give III
Inolsc, to Bryan and free-silver.
The Statesman says Bryan's repud
iation policy would cut every preach
er's salary In two. That sheet docs
not unusually worry much nbout the
minister's salnry or any other feature
of his work, but now It is greatly ex
orcised lest tho clergy should be rob
bed. The truth Is nearly every minis
ter In tho country has nlrcndy had his
Income cut down one-half or moro by
the gold standard curse, and many of
tliem can hardly live, taking their
pay In farm produce nnd Junk.
It Is tho duty of all Republican
stump speakers to supply themselves
with a copy of John Sherman's speech,
thoroughly lnnoculatc themselves
with it, nnd thus be safe against frco
There's moro clothing destroyed by
poor soap Mian by actual wear. "Hoe
Cake" soap contains no freoatkall and
will not Injuro tho llncst lace. Try It
and notice tho dlffcrcnco In quality.
Gail Borden s
"Infant Health," h a llttlo book of
J great valuo that U sent PKEU on appll-
N. Y. Condensed Milk Co. 2
W Hudson Street, Mew York g
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stocc of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of jjrass seeds,
TO KENT. Dcublc cottage on South Com
merclal and Helleview, two blocks from post
office. Hot water and laths; modern im.
provemenls. Inquire 85 Commerclnl. 31 6t
MR SALli OR TKAliti. An eleeant 12
aero tract of land In Hampden Park addition,
on Asylum avenue. Will irade for residence
property in Salem. Address W., care Jour
nal. TOR SALE OR TRADE-MS acres Irlw
proved farm land, 4 miles east 0? Salem, with
new house, new barn, running water; will
selior trade for cheaper land. Address O.
M. Reaves, Salem. Or. 7 27 im
roR SALli Driving mare for sale at a bar
Caln; weight about n6o; good traveler, In
quire of Vm. llrown & Co. 39 tf
CAKl'ET PArER-Urgc lot ol heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap, las
the thing for pulling under carpets. Call a
Mrs. C. M. Ogle will re-open her kinder
garten, including primaiy department in scp.
state room. Also
Training Class for Kindergart'
ncrs in September.
COLT TAKEN UP.
A ihrce-VKU-olJ coir, luv mlAr'antl wl,li
star in forehead, was taken up by the under
signed. Owner can hate same by proving
property and paying costs. Gall at place, 5
miles east of Salem, on.Mscleay road.
8 aa im J. RPICKENS. '
Of severest trial nnd test provo
In regard to Hood's Sarsaparllla
1st, Greatest Merit
I Secured by n peculiar Combina
tion, Proportion nnd l'roccss
unknown to others which
naturally nnd actually producos
2d, Greatest Cures
Shown by thousands of honest,
voluntary testimonials which
naturally and actually produco
3d, Greatest Sales
According to tho statements of
druggists all over the country.
In these three points Hood's
Sarsaparllla Is peculiar to Itself.
Is the best It Is the One True Ulood rurlfler.
u j njii-nretlieonly pills totnke
HOOd S PlIlS wltliHooil'JHarsannrllla.
fin .1 ..i.ii... 1 1 1 11 I .1 m
ON THE DOLLAR.
Ed, S, Lamport
289 Commercial st
Hasjbought the Frank E. Shak
fcr and the M, Beamcr harness
stocks at forced sale. $4,000
worth ot goods will be disposed
of at 50 cciits on the dollar,
Sign of the White Horse.
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticcjthc cut in prices
on the following!
Shirts, Plain tocents
Under drawers , 5 to 10 cents
Under shirt 5 to 10 cms
Socks, per nmr 3 cents
Handkerchiefs I cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels andjothcr work in
tclhgcntly washed by hand.
Col, J, Olmsted Prop.
WANTED. Solicitors for campaign book
"Bryan. Sewall and Free Silver.'' authorized
by Uryan, written by R. L. Metcalf, Editor
Omaha 'World-Herald, appointed author by
Uryan, Contains speeches and platform. A
bonanza for agents, a free silver mine for
workers. Only $1.50. The only autnorized
book. Jo per cent. Credit given. Freight
paid. OutfTt free, lletiin now with choice
of territory. Permanent, profitable woik for
'00. Address1 1 lie national iscok lonce n,
Star Building, Chicago. 8.10-301
Eastern R. R. Company
Connecting nt Yanuina Hay with the Sa
Francisco & Yaquina Uay Steamship Co.
Sails from Yanuina every 8 days for San
Francisco. Coos Hay, Port Orford, Trlniilnd
and Ilnmbolt Day.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
anortest route uetween the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or points west to San
Francisce: Cabin, $0; steerage, $4; to Coos
liay and rort Orlord, cabin 6; to Humboldt
llay, cabin $3i round trip, good 60 days, $16,
The most popular seaside resort on the
North Pacific Coast. No undertow surf
bathing absolutely safe.
For thbse wishins to combine hunting and
fishing with aquatic sports, this resort has no
eqnai. ueer, Dear, elk, cougar, brook trout
and salmon trout can b found In abundance
within a few hours' dilve or the bay,
nrKcduced rates to all points.
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccrvallis, Or.
I. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. I1ALDWIN. Local Agent.Altona Dock
"I bring yon good tidings of great joy,
which thall be unto nil people." '
A "BIBLE KEY"
"The Plan or the Ages," 1
ThW is the best work on the Uible. tver
Issued from the press. It gives a complete
explanation of ail the. doctrinal subject of
the holy scriptures, presenting the wonderful
harmony, simplicity aud beauty of God's
plans for the redemption of the human
family from sin and death. Tho work is
complete In three li vlnm. nil rXrt
Address T. H. LLOYD, 164 Waller street,
Salem, Or. 7.17.1m"
SALEM WATER CO.
Office! Willamette Hotel Buildlno"
ror water trrvir .itmiu t nn;. inn
payable monthly in advance. Ma'ko a
rAmnKlnid a. ,1. I1?
.uIHiiiMia uv ulc UU1CC.
There will lie 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 b
furnished to regular consumers using watei
for domestic purpose. Contractors for sidf
walks, brick work and plastering will please
read "under building purposes" page 17 of
schedule of rates for 1893 Apply at ofhc
for copy ' '
ThO ROSV PrackniM,.. ""
ASSifoVSSJlftKHl L " U Inv
C. H. MAGK.
Successor to Dr. J, M. Klch , i.l.l White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties rt-ii ti(t -ttperiut
operations ni moucraic ices ) nruiuu air
in especial request.
Peter G, Norgren,
(Formerly Willi P. J. Larsen & Co ) -
Carnage and wagon shop, 320 Commtrcinl
street, llritig on )'oar work, old or new, ard
have it done with a guarantee of satisfaction
6 26d&w tf
WHAT IS SAID.
Some say we give the best meal In
town for 15c. Wc sny try us and se,
S. RICHARDSON, PROP.
trSecond door north of iktel Willamette.
Stago headquarters centrally located at
'Tlic Anderson" for lines leaving Salem.
Slates there f.r orders. All packages aid
parcels left lliore will be cared lor. Waiting
parlors, good rooms, and mt als at all hours,
GEO. W. ANDERSON, Prop.
Mi els all masl nnd passenger trains. Dag
gage nnd express to nil parts of the, city.
Prompt seivice. Telephone No. 70.
to chop cord wood. The Labor Exchange
wants ii numlie, of good wood choppers at
once. Apply at warehouse,
11. I. SHARP,
8 4 If Manager.
J. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a spialtyoi fine repair work, Setb
Thomas clncU, etc., 215 Commercial Street
MONEY TO LOAN
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
consideied without delay
HAMILTON & MOI .
Hush Hank buildinS.
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
Over Hush's Hank,
T. K. FORDJ
C. H". LANE,
MMliHAM I Mill
2t 1 Cj.nn ni .' . Sa.. n Or
IS'.Siiili .IS ujiw.m ,. l'nitst upwands'-Wl
WOLZ.ci MIESCKE Proas.
Dcalars in' nil kinds of fresh arid salt meals
ttFresh sausago n specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST
"- T. B. BROWN.&
107 Commercial street. f Salem. Oregon,
ONE-HALF SIZE OP BOX
fc.. k. :..T7"-.T " " I
t' """ " jwnaara ror lortr yews and '
s moro popular UHlai1 than over before. (
I '.JS e5y.Voxo,1,za:,NrS b sag" i
u,lc KcosIH'is OUia MJ"' I
Bsseis xrc ol cHarge. '
at Dnpaaisxa amd panoy btoues.
Bis a u a non.polsonons
ramedr for Gonorrhoea
&dkrt.H WultM. unnatural dii.
awuurt WchirKi, or nr luflatann.
bl IA atHttar tlnn. Irrlfatlnn n, iiImm.
rnu eauftuu tlon t.f mucous mem
ITHEcVUSCHUIlCtlCo. braon. NoD-utrlnjcnt.
T3& ,,jssa mmm?wnm
Sield tur Druinrlata.
Southern Pacific i
California Extireis Train -kun .la. 1
rrlfandn,l San Fran U I? Uto
'5 P' m J Lvr-l'ortlamTAT-nnr----.
from Wburtf to Ashland, include
So iili" , -i-sTTr-
iv. Salem lv.
ur. itoscbV lv
Is'ort b '
lv. Portland nr.
r. Salem lv.
c ON OGDEN ROUT?
and i.xond -class sleeping cars attached tosll
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, dsilv u
cept Sunday.) ' l
7130 a.m. I Lv,
12:15 pm. Ar.
"Portland. Ar, I 6:jo p."
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
tra.ns of Oregon Contral & Eastern iUllrotl.
Express train dally except Sunday,
Lv. Portland Ar, I ii:jea.iir
Ar.McMinvllleLvj 5:30. m.
7a5 P. m.
to all points in the Eastern States, Csnsds
and Europe carvbe obtained at lowest rttti
from W.W. SKINNER, Agent, Salem
E. P, ROGERS, Asst. G. f. & P. a.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
k Si. Paul By.
GLANCE AT THIS MAP.
Of the Chicago, "Milwaukee '.and, St. Psul
Railway and note its connection with U
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Oasns,
nnd remember when going east that its In-'ij
are lighted with electricity aud netted b;
steam. Its equipment is superb. Eltctnt
Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping ctn,
with free reclininrj chairs, Each ileepinf
car lieithhas an elsctric reading ltmp, im
its dining cars aro the best in the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux.
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "Tha Mil
kee." Coupon ticket agents in erery rsll
road office will give yon further Informsuoo,
or address . .
C. J. EDDY, General Agent,
Uviion Pacific: System.
5 1 trough Pullman Palace SIWPJ"-, To.'
leepers and FreeJ Reclining Chi' '7
Portland to Chicago.
. .... L-x.tfim and'1
Our trains are nesteij -.
lighted by Pintsch light.
Urates, time tables and full 5ta
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