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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOPBR BROTHBR3,
MONDAY, NOV. 16, 1896.
The Welsh now claim Shake.rspear.
Tom Reed doesn't want to be
speaker. He sees trouble ahead.
Mem: E. C. Cross will be the next
Mayor of Salem.
The political octopus gavejMcKlnley
Oregon and Callfo n'a.
We have been thinking too much of
ourdlseases.-S. P. Examiner.
The Oregonlan Is now reully for
Mitchell, and Its fight Is to help elect
' 'SOMEELECTION FIGURES.
ince.thp otliclalK-otc or the' various
counties is coming in, many peculiar
ities of the receut election are show
ing themselves. It develops that In
Marion county the total vote over the
highest vote in June was increased
1.077, while the Republican gain is
1,238. Tills great growth in our vote
Is explained by some as having come
from Polk and Linn counties, and an
analysis of the returns becomes very
Interesting. Below are given some
figures from the official tables, which
speak for themselves:
Total vote In June, congress. .. .0,258
Total vote In June, judge o,6al
THC COAT.ITIQN P
Total vote in Nov., electors.
For denouncing Bryan supporters as
secessionists, Archbishop Ireland may
lose his sec.
Coxey in his"sound money" declares
for straight fiat, demonetizing gold as
well as silver.
A deluded McKinley organ says:
Mark Hanna seems to have the res
pect of all men.
Archbishop Gibbons, of Baltimore,
Is reported to have also incurred the
General Miles urges an increase of
the standing army from 2-"j,772 to 35,
000 and possibly to 70,000.
Beateu for congress, Breckenridge
wants to be Kentucky's next Senator.
Why not make him Sultan of Turkey?
The Spokane Bryan club has organ
ized in preparation for the victory of
1000 as the Twentieth Century Liberty
The East Portland Chronicle wants
a senator for Oregon about whose
"finance" there is not a particle of
Nothing like the gold standard for
Europe. The demand for "unlisted"
and "Industrial" securities is enormous.
John Sherman is no longer a good
Republican. Harvey Scott says so.
Sherman says the tariff must be revised.
There is method In -Flagg of Salem.
If he can get a land office under Cleve
land he hopes to hold it under McKinley.
The Oregonlan says the cities voted
right; it adds, Oregon was safe for
McKinley as soon as Portland's vote
was in; alas, too true.
Oregon and California are for
McKinley by the votes of the South
ern Pacific. Ain't It nice to have your
politics run by a corporation.
Iowa is to have a special session of
the legislature to adopt a report of a
sode commission and provide for a
public building destroyed by fire.
Mark Hanna is not only to keep up
his campaign for four years, right
along, but Is to take charge in 1000.
No use talking, gentlemen, wo can't
do business without Mark.
If McKlnley's administration will
give us International bimetallism and
protection It will win back all the sil
ver Republicans. But no one expects
Hasn't the Sultan killed oil about
enough Armenians? What's the mat
ter with letting a lot of Bryan's free
silver clubs go over and clean out the
Gold Republicans are happy In bed
with 2,000,000 gold Democrats. Silver
Republicans will not be ashamed to
associate with Populists and silver
New York City could not sell gold
bonds before election, One week ago
the city sold $10,045,000 irold bonds
drawing 31 per cent, at 103 to 105.
Bids for millions came from European
A gold organ rejeices: The Colorado
mine owners will never be able to sell
their white metal to Uncle Sam at
two prices. That may bo true, but eo
long as they roll It to England for
half-price the American farmer will
uever got full price for his products,
Increase over congressional vote. 1.077
Increase over judicial vote 1,084
In June t lie Republican vote on
"ongressman was 2,500; combined op
position, 3,740. In November the vote
on electors was as follews: Republi
can, 3,747; fusion, 3,413; Palmer, 108;
Prohibition, 67. This shows an in
crease in the Republican vote of 1,238,
while the total vote of the combined
opposition shows a falling off of 101.
Total vote In June, congress 2,731
Total vote in November 2,641
Reduction from June vote 00
In June the Republican vote on
congressman was 1,272; opposition,
1,459. In November the vote on
electors was as follows; Republican,
1,847; fusion, 1,333; Palmer, 39; Prohi
bition, 22. This shows a decrease in
the fusion vote of 05, while the Re.
publican vote shows a falling off of 25
Total vote In June cong 4,704
Total vote in Nov. electors 4,891
Increase over cong. vote 97
In June the Republican vote on
congressman was 1,647; combined op.
position, 3,147. In November the
vote on ek'ctors were as follews: Re
publican, 2,057; fusion, 2,730; Palmer,
32; Prohibition, 72. This shows an
Increase in the Republican vote of
410, while the total vote of the com
bined opposition shows a falling off
THE SALEM RECEIVERSHIPS.
It I s as a matter of publ Ic 1 nterest we
call attention to the condition of the
Salem receiverships of the Williams
& England bank and State Insurance
Edmond C. Giltner, receiver of the
State Insurance Co., presented Ills re
port for the quarter ending November
14, 1890, to the circuit court Saturday.
Its summary is as follews:
Bal. on hand last report 85,672 77
ltec'd on payments on real es
Rec'd on payments on collat
Rec'd on bills receivable earn
ed premiums ,,,,,,,
Rec'd on school orders
Rec'd on premiums in course
Rec'd on misc. payments and
receipts 4,412 05
Total $11,099 77
Misc. paymts and expenses.. 4,890 82
Cash on hand, Nov. 15....$ 0,209 15
It will bo seen that "Misc. payts.
and receipts" were $4,412.05
and "misc. payts. and cxpensji"
It is stated by reliable persons that
for tho year before the date of receiv
ership the State Insurance Co. was
doing the best business it hud done
for years and paid off $50,000 of debt.
Then why was ifreceivershlpped?"
In the Williams & England Bank
receive rah Ip responsible citizens
charge extravagance and wasteful
management. The trial will disclose
whether this Is true or false, but that
will not help tho depositors.
Receiverships asked for by the same
peoplo who wrecked these enterprises
should never have been granted them,
If tho intention was to protect the
Bryan carried Spokane county bj
3034. Tho total number or vote cast
a INFANT HEALTH
S SENT FREE
Si A little book that should be in everv
(3 homo. Issued by the manufacturers
g Gail Borden Eagle Brand
ft Condensed Milk
& N. Y. Condensed Milk Co.
! It Hudson Street. Hew York
We look in vain for any magnificent
displays of enthusiasm over the gold
standard victory. It was very clear
It was not the People's cause that
won, and the people arc not rejoicing
or celebrating and will get very little
satisfaction out of it, Tho public
leeches, the self perpetuating spoils
monger, are in evidence as the bene
ficiaries of the great "sound money"
victory and they alone.
Portland's total vote was 10,127.
Seattle and Tacpma together cast 15,
840, or 287 less1. The vote would give
Portland a population of 80,035, be
sides 5,000 Chinese. The Oregonlan
claims 00,000. In 1890 Portland, East
Portland and Albina had 62,040.
Catarrh in the Head
Is a disease that may lead to cosump
tiou. Catarrh is caused by impure
blood, and the true way to cure it is
uy purirying tio omou. ijoqci's bursa
narllla cures catarrh bocauso it re
moves tho cause of it by purirying the
Thousands testiry tnat
cured by Hood's
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable
and do not punje, pain or gripe. All
druggists, uj cents.
I i 'mi '
I Dissolution Notico,
i Tho Copartnership heretofore ex
j Istlng between W. A. Hamilton &
'John Molr under tho firm name or
Hamilton & Molr is this day mut
ually dissolved. All claims duo to
said linn to bo paid to V. A. Hamilton.
Any bills against said firm will be paid
by each ono paying ono-half. W. A.
Ilnmilton continues tho buisnes.
YV. A. Hamilton.
Salem, Oregon October 22nd 1890.
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Eoitoh Jeuk.val: -Tlio Oregonlan
editorial with above heading, and
other of similar import since election,
are evidence of the fright plutocracy
received from the late brave effort of
the true friends of freedom to emanci
pate labor from Its oppressors. L'or
the Oregonlan and its backers well
knew that the Bryan movement
meant more than the free coinage of
silver. Carlisle divided society Into
three classes, workers, beggars,
and thieves. The two latter rep
resented by every kind of drone In
society, have been seated pillion
fashion on the back of patient labor;
but the Samson lias at last begun to
realize his strength and the free silver j
movement was his first spasmodic
effort. Hence Scott's thanks to the
Democrats who helped to keep the
shackles on the industrial giant, arc
almost hysterical in their fulsome
praise. We have heard on all hands
from Republican campaign orators
and writers that the present Demo
cratic administration was responsible
for the hard times. Yet with unpar
alleled effronty Harvey Scott now
openly endorses all that Cleveland
has done and lauds him in terms
which patriotic men have only applied
to Washington and Lincoln.
The true inwardness of this is that
the "coalition of civilization" now
deems itself strong enough to defy
public opinion a la Vanderbllt; that
it Is determined to so fix things from
tills on that the popular voice shall
count for naught. By the aid of
the purchased and bulldozed vote of
the larger cities, and their unscrupu
lous election boards, the effects of the
farmers' vote will be discounted, espe
cially as the latter cannot be depended
on to present a united front to the
enemies of the republic. The en
dorsement ofCleveland as the man who
sent "the United States army to sup.
press a Populist Insurrection in Chi
cago," chimes In well with a later edi
torial, which declares that congress
will remove the 25,000 limit from the
United States army, and shows the
design of weighing down the popular
safety valye with a large standing
In other words, from henceforth wo
arc to have a "business mens' " gov
ernment; the country is to be handed
over to the control of the New Eng
land element, whose highest Idea of
patriotism is profit arid percentage,
and whose reliance in elections is to
be the swarming wretches of the
slums of big cities, whoso vote Is
is swung by the use of money, and
who toil and die in order that Astor'.s
may build castles in England, and
"Vanderbilt's and Rockfeller's may
spend millions on mansions, yachts
This is the "Coalition of Civiliza
, A T.lncnln County Roster.
A wWn:i nr.tSi'i t iiniiiivnt! lii ilnnirting
fTroiiithe Ix-aten paths followed by
other roosters is reported from Chit
wood, says the Leader. Tills rooster
is a half white leghorn and half par
tridge-cochin. When llrstscen lie was
discovered by tho Japs on P, A. Mil
ler's section gang, and It was running
with M. L. Trapp's sheep. The Japs
tried to catch him, but he could not.
The rooster was observed running
with the sheep for several weeks, and
then ho went through the tunnel this
side of Chltwood, and took up with
Mr. Trapp's cattle and run with them
for quito awhile. The other day ho
evidently tired of the cattle, and
when the eastbounn train emerged
l from 'the tunnel and was running
very slowly, the rooster made a leap
and lit on the pilot of the engine
and rode with the train to Chltwood.
The train stopped to take wood, and
the rooster Jumped down, gave a flap
of his wings and saluted the train
boys with a full-lunged crow' and
strutted over to a flock of Mr. Whit
ney's chickens with which lie has
been running since. The people up
there arc watching with some cur
roslty to see what he Is going to do
The Discovery Saved His Life
Mr. G. Caillouttc Druggist, Baversville
111., says; To Dr. King's New Discovery I
owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe
and tried all the physicians for miles about,
but of no avail and was given up and told
1 could not live. Having Dr.Kwg's New
discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and
began its use and from the first dose began to
get better and after using three bottles was
up and about again. It is worth its weight
In gold. We won't keep store or house
without it." Get a free trial at Fred A.
And Webb Got Leff
Rev. J. W. Webb, formerly a pastor
in this city and Salem but now of
Fresno , California, says the Portland
Tribune, was a candidate for congress
in his district at the late election,
but was ungraciously swamped. He
is Grand Worthy Chief Templar of
the I. O. G. T,, and lie would like to
find out where the Good Templar and
prohibition vote went to. He cannot
find much of it on the tally sheets
He is going to the Sandwich Islands,
Australia and New Zealand to lecture
to the natives on the cussedness of
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy (or all forms of Headaches
Electric Hitters ins proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headache yeilds to
its influence. We urge all who are afllic'ed to
procure a bottle, an i give this remedy a fair
trial In case of habitual constipation Elec
tric Bitters cures by giving tlw needed tone
to the boweh, and few msqj lonij resist the
use of this medicines. Try it onco. Fifty
cents and $i,oo nt Fred A. Legg's Drug
China Pheasants Now that the
China pheasant season is closed you
don't see them dangling to the waist
band of hunter's pants as they have
been in the past. One of Salem's en
terprising hunters said they have
been hunted more ardently this year
than ever before and that they have
been picked up closer this year than
any year yet,
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Ladies' heavy sole lace shoes, the
new thing, also in at Krausse Bros.
Seven Months With Fever.
Wonderful Recovery of Health.
Mr. Balrd's rapid and marvelous recovory
from a mero skoloton to lila normal weight.
2i0 pounds, was suroly tho fullest tat ot thb
grandest strength-giving and building-up
modlcino over produced, natnoly i
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine.
J. II, Baird.
"Gpntlomon I wish to oxpress to you my
gratltudo for tho great good that Dr.
At it" ATtfl linn 4nn A fnm MA T n n
...... WV1W UU3 UUI1U IUI lUUi A I1U
takon sick with typhoid fovor ana I lali
In bed for seven fconths. AftefrRotttn
OVflr t lift fnirnF T writs fit In norvnita nnil 1 1 i
and did not regain my lost strength. I tried
gevoral proprietary medicines, and finally,
af tor haying boen reducod in weight to IM
pound, I began trying ypur tfftTina, and at
onco began to Improve, Was anally entirely
cured, and today 1 can say I never felt bet
tor Jn nlletay life, and weigh 270 pounds.
This is rnyijormai weight, aa I measure
6 f eot S5J Inches la height."
South Bend,Jnd. J n.BAIKD.
Dr. Miles' Norvlno Is Bold on a posltlvo
guarantee that tho first foottlo will benefit.
All druggists sell It at $1,0 bottles for $5, or
It will Ihj sent, prepaid, on receipt of price
by tbP Pr. Miles Medical po., Elkhart, Ipd,
Pr. Miles' Nervine R?S,b
one coupon inside each
two ounce bag, and two
coupons inside each four
ounce bag of Blackwell's
Durham. Buy a bag of
this celebrated tobacco.
and read the coupon '
which gives a list of val
uable presents and how
to get them.
Many thousand dollars
worth of valuable articles
suitable for Christinas
gifts for the young and
old, are to be given to
smokers of Blackwell's
Genuine Durham To
bacco. You will find
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W. UHB MAP
Dealer in groceries, paints, 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 rass seeds.
DISSOLUTION.-The late partnership of
Hushman & Roedigheimcr in the "I) U steam
Wood S.w" was dissolved Nov. gtli, and the
undersigned will contjnue the business. Or
ders thankfully received.
14 6t CORNKLIUS IiOKIHGIIKlMKR,
TO KENT. A large, iooir.y bam. Jiiiqm,e
at this office. tf
GET YOUR FKATHEkS CLLANIO).,
We the undersigned are now renovating
feathers at 186 Ferry street, lor the next 30
days. All ladies that consider cleanl ness
next to Godliness shjiihl have their feather
beds throughly renovated at mice. liediock
prices. Kespectfully yours, Franklin &
Glaze. 10 12 :m
C. H. MACK.
- DENTIST. -
Successor to Dr. J. M.jKeene, old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fees in any branch are
in especial request.
way and note iu connection
lTnM . St. fculL
"" '"'c'"er wnen going cut Ih
e lighted with electricity i,d
ZZ i-Vs equipm,ent is p5
Buflct, library smoking and 1
with free reclining chair., fij
rTi," V. .' V lne .st in the Vr.iT
nr, IV., .1!. . v "!.
arc shorter, and no otW oft ,ft.5!."
unous accommort.11 nn tj. ""' "
Plenty of monoy on good security.
A larue quantity of land for sale at
low figure and on easy terms.
HAMILTON & MARSH.
Room s, Bush bank building.
MONEY TO LOAN!
FOR RENT A 11 rouin luuoc, in good re
pair with barn and good well water. With
one and a half lots. Enquire at . emises on
iqth and Chemekcta. 1061111
CARPET PAPER Urge lot oi hTavj
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. us
the thing for putting under carpets. Call a
Man in Oregon
would purchase his
ticket via the Burling
ton Route to Omaha,
Kansas City, St.Louis,
Chicago and all other
southern and south
eastern cities, If ho re
alized how comfort
able, how fast, how
safe its service is.
Nothing better any
where. For tickets, apply to
any railroad ticket
agent. For informa
tion, about rates and
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticethe cut in prices
on the followings
Shirts, plain locents
Under drawers 5 to locents
Under shirts 5 to 10 cents
Socks, per pair 3 cents
Handkerchiefs 1 cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels and other work in
teltigentiy washed by hand,
Col. J, Olmsted Prop,
On city or farm property.
Over liu-h's Hank.
T. K. FORD
A. Back, proprietor, 327 Com
mercial M tect. Fresh pies, cakes and
orcudal.vaybon hand, "just like your
mother used to make."
Utlier lines are lono
s. nt- . a.
reasons for the nonnl.n'i. J ..Jr ,.c,t
kee." Coupon ticket VetZ i """"
. Ponlu 1
I. 1-1. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a sp--ialty of fine repair work, Scth
215 Commercial btreet
I hon,n. chii k
Meets all masl and passenger trains. Bag
gage and express to all parts of the city.
Prompt service. Telephone No. 70.
Salem Truck and DrayCo.
Orders placed wiih the abjve company will
receive prompt attention and safe delivery.
Trucks and drays found on the corners of
State and Commercial streets. Express waif
ons at all trains nnd boats. In connecti n
with ur business we will aUo run a fied
store. Handling flour, mill feid, oil meal,
oats, chopped feed, straw, hay and wood at
the lowest cash prices.
Phone 86. SAVAGE & CO.
$ FASHIONS CHANGE
y but ;J
SALEM WATER CO,
Office: WillameMe Hotel Bu'Hi o
For water service apply at office. Kill
payable monthly in advance. Make a
.complaints at the office.
There will lie no deduction in water rate
on account of temporary absence from t1.'
city unless notico 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 please
read "under building purposes" page 17 of
schedule of Tales for 1893. Apply at
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For information, time cariit, maps :
tickets, call on or writs
THOMAS. WATT & CO,
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'i. Paw. Agt,,
Morrison St.. rnrncr Third Portland, Or.
Eastern R, R. Company
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Sails from Yaquina every 8 days for to
Francisco. Coos Bay, Port Orford, Trinidad
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Passengf-r aconi.iijJaiions unsnrpassM.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
and California. .
Fare from Albany or points wes to W
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Bay and Port Orford, cabin $5; to.
Bay, cabin $8; round trip, good 60 days, IIM
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The most popular seaside resort on the
North Pacific Coast. M unaerww
fishing with aquatic sports, this
equal. Deerbear, elk, cougar. taW
and salmon trout can be found in , abundance
within a few hours' drive of the bay.
Reduced rates to all pint.
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccnrallis, ur.
J. C. MAYO, Supt. R''?mSJ?iIOnDocl
M. P. BALDWIN, Local Agent,Alton w
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80 aeres near Waterloo, 2$ acres
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lumlea, Copper Colored Snots. Llreisci
H acres, y, " " -: ( yalem-xhtap
1 8 acres 3, m,1 ?T, f Saleni-tbeap-,
10 acreM miles a,utk to soiii
I Goo 1 houses to trade for ranch"
ram hh . to trade lor wg t
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