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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOFBR BKOTHBK3,
ttHURiSflAY, OCT. 29, 1890.
For Independent American 'Bimetallism
and People's Government.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN,
OREGON UNION PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS,
N. L. BUTLER, Polk County, Democratic.
W. II. 8PAUGII. Lane County, Peoples.
HARRY WATKINS, Yamhill Co., Peoples.
E. HOFER, Marion Co., SUrer1 'Republican.
WORLD'S GOLD AND SILVER.
Tlic Oregonian Tuesday prints llio
following as "tlie stock ot"g(tld and
silver money of the ix leading com
United States . .
Great Uritain. ..
. 540,000,000 Il2,000,00t
N0,000 OOO 5K).UOO.(KX)
. 422,000,000 41.ooo.coo
. 124,000.000 85,000,011
The Bepublican text book of 1S!0
issued by the national and cotmrcs
slonal committees," gives the latcbt
and undoubtedly reliable statistician
the stocks of coined money In the
principal countries of the world is
$618,100,000 625,OvO I NH I
580, 1 1500 115,000,00
85.) 000,OOi 487 OOO.OOi
.bo.ooo.ooo 46 000,00.
United States . .
nowldnd "htTnest money'- howvwhyl
ninkcllt "unsound" and "dishonest"
Mj-kf nnllnftmn fmtit rtirrnnmAhl SfW
wwuj mi-iii vvi uuviuiiiu C9I tviiii'iivi
Ten How can the bimetallic dollar
and the gold dollar both be sound and
honest If gold Is a better dollar, an
Intrinsic dollar, and the silver dollar
a fluctuating dollar, nn unstable dol
lar, arid Of no Intrinsic value?
i Eleven If the value of gold Is llxed,
stable, unchangeable, intrinsic and
independent of all law, how can an
international agreement affect its
relation to silver?
Twelve How can you say in one
breath that gold Is tlxed, stable, un
changeable, intrinsic, sound, stand
ard and Independent of all law, and
in the next breath sdy jou want to
go to a bimetallic basis as soon as'
England will Join you?
On this subject the McKlnley plat
form says; "Wc arc unalterably op
posed to' every measure calculated to
debase our 'Currency or Impare the
credit 0 our country. We are, there
fore opposod to the free coinage of
silvei, except by international agree
ment with tho leading commercial
nations of the world, which we pledge
ourselves to promote, and until such
agreement can be obtained the exist'
Ing gold stimdard must be
HOFER 5AND lABOR
Another Oregonian Lie
a-it .: 0
IS NuT'-ANENEMY OP 'LABOR'.
His Record Proves Him a Friend of
tFEAT J FRESH COW FOR SALE.-Xall at 461 er.
ter street. P. Feeley.
Harvey Scott Ss No Chance of His LADIE&-I make big wage at' home, ai,d
" "Election wnt ' t "lve the sime opportunity. The
Total (3293,215000 $l,6lo,ooo,oxi
This shows that there is In the six
leading nations or the world two dol
lars of gold to une of silver.
The Oregonlan's ligures give $178,
000,000 too II ttlo gold and $321,000,000
too much sliver, a lie of only $-190,000-000
by the Republican campaign text
The Republican campalgnitext book
for 1800 gives tho total stock of gold
and silver coins in all the principal
countries of tho world thirty-two In
all as follews:
Silver , . . . 4,070,500,000
This money stock of the world Is
coined at a ratio of 101 to 1, except
Mexico which Is 10 to 1, Japan 10.18
to 1, and United States 15.03 to 1. In
England tho ratio Is 14.28 to 1. If an
international ratio wero possible it
would undoubtedly bo Axed atl5to 1.
Wo submit tho following twelve
questions by Mr. A. D. Warren on
tho international agreement advo
cated by Mr, McKlnley and his plat
form, and ask their supporters to giro
them fair and honest consideration.
One Why do the npponcnts of
freo silver want un International
agreement if tho gold standard is a
good thin g?
Two If demonetization of silver
did no liarm, as the gold men con
tend, why have an International
Three If tho restoration of Bllvcr
will do U8 no good, why do they want
an international agreement about It?
Pour If there never was bimetal
lism in tho United States, as you con
tend, and wo have grown to our im
incnso proportions on a single gold
standard, why Imvo bimetallism by
Five If tho demand for free coin
age of silver be simply and only a dis
honest attempt on tho part of the
silver mine owners to palm on a 53
cent dollar on the farmer and laborer,
why should tholr wicked und unholy
purposo bo gratliled by an Interna
Six If the half-civilized condition
Of China and India is duo to tho freo
calnago ofi silver, why enlarge the use
of silver la tho Uhlted States by an
international agreement and destroy
Seven If England's greatness is
duo and owing to tho single gold
standard, why should silver bo re
stored by international agreement
and tho wheels of progress and in
dustry be turned backwards?
Elghtr-If Bllver has depreciated be
causo tho cost of productlou has been
lessened, howcarY atulfnternartlonal
agreement r&?drf5fiy1otsi( lost
value? JT ttUPt '4L
Nino If wo have "sound money?
In Laris County. ,
Liot Valley, the1 bulwark of Bryan-'
Ism in Lane count', liad a genuine
lovefenst Tueday evening, in tho
Joint discussion between Hon. J. D.
Matlock, of Eugene, representing
the. penpUvnnd- Judge -Majors, of Mc-
Mlnnvlllo. Mr, Mill lock led the dis
cussion' In it 4o-minute talk, which
was to the point on the money ques
tion. Majors followed In a scattciing
tirade of one hour's length, which
caused a few desultory cheers from the
queen's subjects, and derisive laugh
ter from tlic Bryan men. Mr. Mat
lock, In his closing speech of fifleen
mlniUcs, completely dlseomllted the
fat man, and dazed the McKInleyltes.
They wero terribly beaten. Lost
Valley polls about 80 votes, of which
70 are for Bryan and '10 or 12 for Mark
Rev. I. D. Driver.
What a boquet of our national
flower, tho golden rod that makes.
"When Mark Ilanna cracks the whip
he can mix things up a little tho best
of anyone we know of. Just look at
that crowd tho world, the flesh and
the devil all standing in together
and working for McKlnley. It will
take ra Moody revival of three weeks'
duration to get this Job lot of sinners
sorted over after election. Albany
PoRTUAMvPct,' 28.s$Editorj Tri
bune) The Oregonian has seen fit to
stigmatize me as an enemy of organ
ized labor, in the hone of Induclmr la
boring men to vote agdlns't nic'asa
candidate for elector orj the Bryan
ticket. If Its chaiKe were true I would
deserve to tccelve the vote of no labor
ing man, and I would never take a
pirblic ofHce as against the protest of
organized and intelligent laboring
men. But Its charges arc false in ev
ery particular." As a member of the
committee to which all labor bills
preserved "u": 1U";,1UU '" mu msii legislature 1
drafted and introduced the well
known, house bill In the last general
assembly, to prohibit corporations per
forming a public service under a fran
chise of the'state from emtiloylng oil
I tV payrolls pthpr than American cit
izens, or those who have declared
their Intention to become such.
Chinese skilled labor Is more and
more displacing American labor in
tho public corperations: there is no
justice or necessity in this. A trans
portation corporation that has a fran
chise from our legislature or congress,
that carries American malls, and is
supported by the patronage of the
American pcoplej ought to employ
American citizcns,and keeps no aliens,
who never Intend to become citizens
on its payrolls.
I introduccd.a bill to that effect in
tho last Oregon legislature. lb got 41
votes in Its passage, and before the
vote was announced non. John Mc
Cracken, of Portland, arose and stated
If this bill. passed it would seriously
cripple the riyer steamboat companies
who employ Chinese cooks and could
not supply their places. Eleven so
called Americans then changed their
votes to defeat the bill and accommo
date the corporations.
WHAT ARE THE PACTS?
I Iiave been traveling on tho Colum-
The latest thing for the McKlnley
boomers to use in this campaign of
education is the words of Samuel J.
Tlldon. That man received more
abuse from the Republican party than
any man who ever livcd.yothls words
are warped to suit the needs of Hanna
, 'Be suro to vote for tho Bryan electors.
Tito Astoria Budcet has an account
of how tho -olllcials of that county
have tho court house lined with Mc
Klnley pictures and literature, and
how they promptly remove nil Bryan
literature. It closes Its artlclo with
tho following good sense:
"Tho court houso Is no placo for
campaign documents and they should
not he allowed to remain posted up
thorc neither McKlnloy uor Bryan
pictures. Tho courthouse does not
belong to any political faction or po
litical party. It is maintained by tlic
taxpayers, of all politics, and the mei
or sot of men who attempt to bull
doso and run it in any political Inter
est surely have, poor Judgment Let
the child's play stop. Remove the
postors and save further dllllculty,"
Portland, Or., Oct. 2!). Harvey
W. Scott, editor of the Morning Ore
goniatiAhas. conceded the election of
.Bryan.,- Qn jjjundnv, as was reported
In Tuesday's Tribune, Mr. Scott, in
conversation with a gentleman, said
that in his opinion McKlnley would
This morning, the editor had a dls
cusslon with Charles Hlrstel, presi
dent of the Eighth ward Bryan club,
on tho corner of Third and Morrison
streets. Mr. Scott, after he had heard
Mr. Hlrstel talk, said:
'.'Charley, Sunday I thought that
Bryan would Iks elected. Now, there
Is no doubt but that McKlnley will be
defeated. I am sorry for It. I will
s'tand by McKlnley to the last, but It
will do no good."
Mr. Scott then inveighed against
the silver doctrine Nothing would
hurt the "people" so much as the elec
tion of Bryan, he said. Ho did not
say anything that would permit the
world ugmen to believe that the "peo
ple" were not the bondholders and
monopolists of the country. lie did
not say anything that would Indicate
that the"people"were not the bonders
and brokers of Wall btreet. ncdld
not say anything that wuuld distin
guish the "people" from the Equita
ble Life Insurance company, of New
York, which, it is alleged, has a
mortage of $250,000 on the Oregonian
building. He did not say anything
about tho $3000 taxes, which he has
not yet paid to Multnomah's cou
sheriff but he acknowledged McKI
wotk is very pleasant and will easily pay $18
weekly. 1 his ts no deception, I want no
monev and will rladlv send full particulars 10
all sendingstamp. Miss M A Stebbins, I .aw.
rence. Mich 2661
NOTICE, My memorandum book was lost
or stolem about October 12. It contained
among other papers a wheat receipt by L.
Helmicknotc by W. T ' Houser; no'te by
Geo. Scott; note by John Hosteller, Finder
will be rewarded by returning same lb me.
io.23.dlwi" J. U. STUMP.
TO RLNT. A large, tooir.y barn,
at this office.
GET YOUR FEATHERS CLEANEU.r-
We the undersigned are now renovating
leathers at 1 86 ferry street, for the next 30
days. All Indies that consider cleanliness
next to Godliness should havo their feather
beds throughly renovated at once, lied rock
prices. Respectfully yours, Franklin &
Glaze. to 12 im
FOR RENT K M room house, In good re
pair with barn and good well water. With
one and a half lots. Euquiie at premises on
iqlh and Chcmeketa. 10 6 im
C FT. MACK.
successor 10 or. . m. K. ....... .1.1 -
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fee in any branch are
ill i.t'.lflll llUC5l.
EAST AND SOUTH
T() TUB KAST (Jives
CARPET PAPER Urge lot ol heavy
brown wrapping paper for sali cheap. Jus
the thing for pulling under carpets. Call a
JOHN HUGHES, -
Dealer in groceries, oaints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stock of
brushes of all kinds in the
state. Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds.
California Express Train Run dan between
Portland and San Francisco.
8:50 p. m. j Ly, t'ottland r-Ar.
11:00 p. m. Lv Salem,-. Ar.
11:15 a.m) Ar- S. Frisco Lv.
6:00 a. m.
7.'QQ p. m.
Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
City, Wordburu, Salem, Turner, Mation,
Jeflerson, Albany.Tangent Shcdds, Halsey,
Harrisburg, Junction City. Eugene, Creswill,
Cottage Grove, Drain.J and all stations from
Roscburg to Ashland, inclusive
RQSEDURO MAIL DAILY.
IV. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Hoscb'g lv.
Meets all inasl and nasengbr trains.
;age and express to all pans of the
'ronipt seivice. Telephone No. 70.
z mm MARKET
Played a Good Game.
Saturday Stanford's football 'eleven
played a match game with the Reli
ance Athletic Club eleven In San
Francisco. Murphy, of this city,
played quarterback in the Stanford
team, and of his performance on tho
gridiron the Examiner, regarding the
lirst half of the game says: "Reliance
was evidently amass on center, but
Murphy's good Judgment fooled them
entirely. Murphy's game was excel
lent, considering how little ho has
practiced this season." Murphy
played equally as well In the second
half of the game. The success with
which Murphy Is meeting as a foot
ballist is very gratifying to his many
frlenos In this city.
THE UNION CAMPAIGN.
Dates nnd Appointments for Bryan Meet
ings. The Bryan Union campaign com
mittee announces the following dates
and appointments for speakers in till
County committees and local chair
man should make arrangements for
these meetings and communicate with
bla river boats some lately and made the state central committee, composed
, . . t , , I of John C.Young, M. A. Miller and
Inqulreies as to how many employ Frank V. Drake, rooms 405, 0 and 7,
Chinese cooks. I find not over half Chamber of Commerce, Portland.
4, 1- 1 , , m, l II0N w. T. RIQDON.
the boats employ Chinese cooks. The Monitor, Friday, Oct. 30.
auvcrton, Saturday, uct 31.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phcobo Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors she
had Consumption and that there was
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr
King's New Discovery completely
cured her and 6he 6ays It saved her
life. Mr.Thos. Eggors, 130 Florida
street, San Pmnclsco, suffered t torn n
dreadful cold, upproachlng consump
tion, tried without result everything
elso then bought ono bottle of Dr.
King's Now Discovery and In two
weeks was cured. Ho is naturally
thankful. It Is such results, of which
theso aro samples, that prove the
wonderful culcaoy qf this medlclnerin
Coughs and Colds. Freo trial bogles
nt Fred P. Legg'sdrugstore, Regular
size-60a AndJ1. . ;
T. J. Potter, R. R. Thompson, the
Geo.W. Shaver and Kellogg Transpor
tation boats employ American cooks,
and aro quite as well seryed as any.
In tho city of Portland are plenty of
Americans, white and colored cooks,
men unemployed and who would be
perfectly competent to All their
now many American citizens could
secure permanent employment in a
foreign country on a public corpora
tion, if these places could bo us well
filled by a native of that country? Not
many. Yet in our generosity we allow
our public corporations to give the
preference to aliens who never intend
to become citizens, who do not support
homes or families, who do not sustain
church, school or state, who are not
even consumers,- and who send their
earnings to China.
It is u fixed prlnclpale of law that
n corporation created by law owes Its
first alleglenco to Its creator, and In
this instance these corporations are
tho creature of tho American citizen.
While- a private citizen might do as
ho pleased utiout employing American
or alien labor, a public corporation
like tho Southern Pacific or a river
transportation company has no legal
right to employ others than Ameri
can citizens. 1 believe that princi
ple should bo enacted Into law in
Oregon and every state in tho union,
'Ducklen's Arnica Salve.
The pest'salve in tho world for cuts,
bruised, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tcttcrchappcd lmnds,chllblains,
corn, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures. piles, or no pay required.
It Is, guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Prlco 25
cents per box. For sale by Fred A
Portland, Thursday, Oct 29.
nillsooro, Friday, Oct 30.
Washington county, Saturday, Oct 31.
Oregon tjlty, Monday, Nov. 2.
Above are all dates now fixed. Com
mittees can arrange afternoon and
evening meetings if desired. Joint
discussions acceptable unless local
committcef arranges otherwise.
State of Ohio, City pf Toledo, I
Lucas County J
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm, of F. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and that said Arm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of CATARRH
that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Sworn to before me and .subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A D,
, . A . W. Gleason,
j Seal. I Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials
fF. J. CnENEY& Co., Toledo, O.
CiSold bv Druggists,
Rally at Dallas.
The common American people ex
pect to hold a Bryan rally -at. Dallas,
on Saturday, October 31. Ex-Governor
Pennoycr and Elder Barkley are to bo
tho speakers. A rjch treat is In store
for all. Every one Is Invited to come.
Speaking at 2 p. m. und 7:30 p. in.
i . -
The Only Chair Car Line
to tho east Is the Union Pacific.
Eastern cities are reached via this
line with fewer changes of cars than
via other lines. Rates always the
lowest. Tickets to or from points in
tho United States, Canada, or Europe
for sale by
Boise & Barker, Agents,
I5-I5d-4W ' Salem, Oregon."
WDLZ & MIESCKE Proos.
Dcalars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats
Lard in bulk-, 6c a lb. Cheapest meat in the
town. Try them. 1 71 Commercial st.
Mrs.C. M. Ogle will re-open her kinder
garten in the Congregational church parlors
on September 21. 8 29 im
Via Spokane M.nn,, v. a. .
""", nd Kansa, f,,. "J"1 D.
Steamers leave MunLv?-
o Sieamer cji. fwRS? , DIVISION,
baggage checked Tfe,1, ul
Oregon, Washington and the E,
charge for baggage ttarufc rt No e
nd or rfyer &,? to Po,Sd "N.
Foi full details call on n .
agents, Salem. OWfc "r
O" " "(May
on or ddresi
For full detai,ScVir; "!l:i?llKu-
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
IUI.LMAN RUFFE 1' SLEEPERS
and s :cond-class sleeping cars-'attached to all
through trains. ' '
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, dail (ex
7:jo a.m. ; Lv.
r. 1 6:20 p. ra
12:15 p m
Al Albany ind Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Contral & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
4:45 P. m
7:25 P. "l
.Lv. Portland Ar.
. p Ar. McMinville Lv
8:25 a m
.5:50 a. m.
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loam
considered without delay
W. A. HAMILTON.
MONEY TO LOAN I
to ill points in ,the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest rntei
from W.W. vSKINNER, Agent, Salem.
E P, ROGERS. Asat. U. f. & P. A..
R. KOEH1.ER Manae-r.
Foot of Trade st.
g; m. powers,
TO TOE !
On city or farm property.
Over Bush's Bank,
T. K. FORD
T. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWLLEK,
Makes a sppialty of fine repair work, Seth
Thomas clock, etc., 215 Commercial Street
C. H. LANE,
Xc o a Aj
HINNESOTAN, O -r$? , ij
, 1 : jl
Vi o w a v-v sm
..Lii1" ' "" " ' ' "' "V "ih '"i '" ' ll"' iw r 11
211 Commercial st., Salem Or
EiTSuils $15 upwards. Pants $ upwands-j
Jult opened, next door to Western
saloon, 244 Commercial street. Best
meal in tho city for 15 cents and up
wards. All new, neat and clean. All
RIOIIABDSOU & OHM, Props.
QK A. Back, proprietor, 327 Com
mercial street. Fresh nies. cakes and
bread always on hand, "just like your
mouier useu 10 maKe."
GLANCE AT THIS MA-
Of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Pa.
Railway and note its connection wiilt all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Osnalu,
and remembur when going cut that its tru!ns
ate lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant
Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with, free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car 'istth lias an clsctric reading lamp, and
its dining cars aro tho best in the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers therabpve lux
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "Tim Milw.vj.
kec." Coupon ticket agents in every rail
road office will give yon further information,
J. W. CASEY. Trav. Pass. Acent.
Union' Pacific 'System
1 hrough Piillman'Palace Sleeper. Toura '
Sleepers and Free; Reclining Chair Mlt
Portland to Chicago,
Our trains are heated b steam and
lighted by Pintsch light.
Time to Chicago, 3 i-i Jays ,
Time to New York, 4 1-2 dvj?
Which is many hours quicker than com.
For rates, time tables and fullginlormatioa
Agents, Salem, Vt.
R. W BAXTER, C. E. BROWN,
General Agent , Dist. Pass. & put
13S Third Street. Portland.
. I. EDDY, General Agent,
SALEM WATER CO.
Offices Willamette Hotel Buildino
For water service apply at office. Bill
payable monthly in advance. Make ja
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
furnished to regular consumers using watei
for domestic purpose. Contractors for side
walks, brick work and plastering will please
read "under buildinc Durooses" Dane 17 of
schedule of rates for 1893, Apply at
WANrED-A gitl who is willing to woik
for small wages and secure a home for the
winter. Apply corner Kearey & High f treetr,
South Salem. 10.27-31-
FOR SALfe.. A good young cow Strictly
No. 1 -call on or address Jacob Mills, corner
of Oak and Summer, lo 28 3t
for purity, and for improvement ot the com
Salem Steam Laundry
Please notice the cut in prices
on the following!
Shirts, plain locents
Under drawers 5 to 10 cents
Under shin ... stoiocents
Socks, per pair ,.. 3 cents
Handkerchiefs 1 cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per doien,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels andfother work in
telhgently washed by hand.
Col. J, Olmsted Prop.
Pullman Sleeping Cars-
Flegant Dining ;Cs:
tourist Slrteoin f?..')
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dula.J, Wi
" 'Jrand Forks, CrookstonliWHmiptft ,
Helena and Butte.
Chicago, -Washington PhiladelphivNe
York, Bostonand all PoinU '
East and SoathJ r'
SFor information, time cirJi, ui ' -kets,
call on or ritn f
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