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Dally Capital Journal
. ' ' i '- m1iat.1i
BY HOITCR BROTHERS
DavelGullnlc Is nowthi'oniy uemu-
: farmer on the State Hoarder
ArrfMiiltnrn mill llG (Ion t KIIOW
' wbevhorne Is on it or not. A? tho
Lord wllleth, lie says.
THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1890.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Holding only from four to six ofllccs
a year at tho hands of the Republican
party, the Statesman could well afford
to treat all Republicans fairly.
WHY IT, CIRCULATES
Phenomenal Demand for
Weekly Newspaper.
-r I... ..i..m l.ivcolf II U
I lioruuj iiiiiiuimvu .uj.-v.. --i ii
candidate for the ofllco of COUNTY T, 0reonIan 8I,ys
ASSIZOR ulJcct to the will of tho ,.omiblcan, n
county Republican convention,
d-w J. A. VAN EATON
NOT
Aj FAIRYTALE.
Tin: Jouknal will print the letfls
latlve record nnd roll calls regardless
of who It hits. It will not even spare
Its own' editor, who was a member,
where he wont wrong.
Men arc only fiillllnV human lyings
at best. Willie there may be ni'iirl
P'rut. men In the world, thuy do uol
get Into the leglsliture. Nrmno look
for perfection In poll lies iiowiiiIii.vk.
So wc warn our revler to not pass
judgment on nny member until they
Nhnll liavc read the entire record. II i
will not Iw a fairytale but It will Ik
worth reading and preserving.
At Ilarrlsburg city election follow
ing nominees were successful viz: Tor
recorder, -0. Y. Isham; treasurer,
Damon Smith; councllmcu, .las. Mc
Donald, 0. 1. Hyde, D. U. Holt, Dan
McCaln.C. L. Morris and Sam'l Nixon
and for marshal I. M. Wood. Dr.
Mackey and M.W. Canter tho contest
ants for the mayorship, came to a
standstill on n tie vote.
there were loo
I'manv Rcnubllcans In tho last legls-
Ihiturc anyhow. It don't want so
J many there it can't run.
ti is in he htmctl all the details of
the hospital clinics will not be spread
before the public of this city. It is
not done elsewhere.
Ml
i,Ai-ti mull wimlmii nlw.iv nnliitcri
out to tlie silver sinners the error of
their ways ueer lias not docii uscu
well by the gold bugs.
Jo. Manleysays Democrats at Chl
Mgo will adopt a free sliver platform
mil put up Cleveland on It. Tlmt Is
c,
and nut
what they did Ojfore
LEGISLATIVE RECORD
Continued fri.m tint face
The new marblo Episcopal cathedral
at Washington, D. C, Is to cost $15,
000,000. When Christ wus on earth
ho built no churches but held aloft
tho child us the typo of his kingdom,
"for of such is tho kingdom of
Heaven." Tho Interest on that
cathedral would defray tho expenses
of ifi.OOO freo kindergartens at $1,000 n
year.
Tho Eugene Guard says a danco out
of tho usual order Is to lw glveifnt
Springfield next Monday evening.
Ladles are requested to bring baskets
containing lunch for two. Gentle
men will secure ipartners for supper
by taking hold of n yarn passing under
a curtain, with a lady attached to the
other end.
D.ivo Oralg, tho only farmer In tho
last legislature from Marlon county,
mode tho cleanest record of any man
who went there. Marlon county
would do well to send more farmers
there like him, who would vote for tho
farmer's Interests.
Af tor all, It wan simply a question
of loyalty to tho old Portland ring In
tho Inst legislature. A man cannot
nerve two maston. Ho had to serve
1o. Simon or tho people.
Citlzons, If you want reform In your
state and county government don't
pledge yourself to any candidate or
slato until you know where ho stands
on that question.
It is a llttlo hard for tlio iieople oi
Oregon to bo taxed In tho iiamo of ed
ucation to provide soft snaps for such
patriots as Tony Noltnor and E. U.
MoHlroy.
With u corrupt unrullinuiiL and
packed primaries, l'latt has the New
York county organization well In
hand and will use It to nominate Reed.
Tho managers will have a hard time
to keep people voting three or fom
llekots In Oregon to save tho machine.
Wheat Iuih touched tho to) cent
murk and would goto a dollar if there
were any money- In circulation.
Tho Portland ring don't want any.
thing bettor than three or four par
ties In the llold this yoar.
WSt-JJ I it 1
WEAK HEfv
CURED AS IF DY MAGIC.
Victim Lost Manhood id.oul.l fend, at
ii'U'O ior ft mxn
btttrihBhQW
ull iJttuly tliot
Milljr, nulctlr
Ull tMU.UUlir
wimhi. Noiu6
r w . i.vuh a r uixurnirr mm
iszrlW ilfJn "inoiy Uy.c.
A.""1- V A lM ILtnV inl
I I.
rf lT ! U'
...i ..'".. ruu aireiuiii. a
in It too almost unlimited power and
control over-resolutions.
KIKST 8I:NATK Jolllt.
Jan. 17th the following was received
from the senate where It passed unan
imeusly:
Resolved, That a special committee
of three from tho house and two from
the senate be appointed to meet with
Hire committee to lx! imnolntoi! liv the
legislature of the statu of Washington
to loox oiler tue lisiiing industries on
Mm Cnltimblii river mill reinlnli- l.lie
laws governing tho same with unl
fonn laws, and that the clerk be In
structed to notify tho legislature of
tho state of Washington of such ac
tion. Mr. Hrldgcs moved that tho house
concur In the resolution.
On this question tho roll was called
and tho vote was:
Ayes. Reach, Hluudell, Bridges,
Buckiuau, Rurke, Calvert, Cardwoll
Clceton, Conn, Coon, Cooper, Daly,
David, Davis, Dunn, Gates, Gowdy,
Guild. Gurdane, Hlllegas, Huffman,
Kcyt, Lester, Long, Lylc, McCracken,
McGrcer, Moorhcad, Meyers, Patter
son Paxtou, Rlneaixni, Sclilbrcde,
Shutruiu, Stanley, Stewart, Smith of
Clackamas, Smith of Polk, Thompson,
Yates, Young, and Mr. Speaker 12.
Nnys-Messrs. Raker, llarkloy,
Roothby, Rurlolgh, Craig, Curtis,
nofcr, Hope, JolTroy, Nealou, Scott,
Smith of Josephine, Smith of Linn,
and Toaipleton II.
Absent Messrs. Cole, Miotic, Tl-
gard, nmhWrlght I.
8KNATK UHSOI.UTION NO. 2.
Resolved, That tho secretary of
stato bo ami Is hereby authorized and
empowered to nuroliiisu nineiv onnios
of tho second edltlon-of Rill's anno-
latod laws of Oregon for tho use of
tho mo.nbors of the leirlslatlvn nsm.
bly.
Mr. UrlJgos moved tlio adont on of !
tho resolution. !
Mr. Hofer moved to amend that tho
codes Jihould remain tho property of
mo state.
Messrs. Ruckiuun and llurloliili da
man lo.l alio ayes and nays on tlio
nmendment.
On fiU question tho roll wasoallod
and tlio vote was:
Thoso voting ayo were
Messrs. David, Hofor. and Smith of
Josop'ilno -:.
Nays - Messrs. Raker, llarkloy,
Roach, Roothby, Rrldgos, Ruekniaii,
Rurke, Rurlelgh, Calvort. Uininvii.
Clceton, Conn, Coon, Cooper, Cr.ilg,
Curtis, Daly, Davis, Dunn. Gates.
Gowdy, Guild, Gurdane. Hillowis.
Hope, Huirman.Jeirrey, Keyt, Lester,
Long, McCrakou, McOreer.Moorhead
Myers, Noalson, Patterson, Paxion.
Rlneanuii. Soott. Sehlbrede.Shutruui,
Stanley, Stewart, Smith of ('l;ik.
aiuas,Smlthut Polk, Smith of Llnu,
uimpietoii, Thompson. Tlgurtl,
Wright, Yates, Youiil'. ...! m.'
leakor -M.
Absent- Messrs. Rhmdoll. c,i0,
Lylo,iiiulMlntle-.
Sotheameiulinont was lost.
Tho motion to adopt prevailed,
U u an old custom for tho leglsla
turo to supply its5u C0CM sess,on
laws and Wprwiw coun ro,)ort.
IT ADVOCATES POPULAR MBASURfcS
Characteristic Letters From All
Kinds of People.
Tho phenomenal circulation of the
U'VHIfl.Y fUlMTAT. .lOUHNAL ill all tllO
postoUlccs of Western Oregon causes
ii crrnnt, iIpmI of eminiinilt. Olid HOPflS
some explanation. Orders keep pour
ing in by every mall, and while names
urn struek oil tho list as soon as n sub
scription expires the additions sur
pass the expirations.
IT IS THE CriKAPKST
Weekly In tho state. One year SI
I a. tj.ln r.ll rnn.- f lllWlil llllinfllQ
BIA II1UIIU13 UU UUIILi, LII1UU IHUIIlll.-, u
cents. At tills low price all can afford
to take an Oregon eckly, and these
hard times they naturally take the
cheapest. It Is too cheap to do with
out It, and conducted on the cash in
advance basis, they know they will
not have n bill run on them.
TUB PEOPLE WANT IT.
Tlio people will not pay cash In ad
vance for a paper unless they want It
iinrl nnnroelntf. It.. rPm.' AVi'Mlf l.V In
as popular ns Thk Onu Cknt Daily
which Is conceded to be the most pop
ular iiiiuy in western uregou. a man
brought In a silver half dollar the
other dav and ordered It for two
months. Hcsiild: "I can't get work
this winter. I can get along without
one meal a day. Rut 1 can't get along
without Thk eni: Cknt Daily.
These long, cloudy, rainy, wlnterdays
it comes a welcome messenger tocheer
the whole family." Tlio people feel
tho same way about the Wkcicly.
cimos a cheering letter from a subscrl
IxTiit XclnrlH. Oretron who encloses n
(imi, ii ,11111 wnius;
"Dkar EniTens: Tun Jouknal
has tho true Republican rlngabout It.
I wish that every paper In the coun
try would advocate the peoples cause
as Thk Jouknal does. I will dn all
I can for Tnn Jouknal
W. C. O'HARA.
A Republican of tlio school of Abra
ham Lincoln."
Mr. O'Hara Is not afraid to sign
hlniKelf nil Ahniliiini Llernln Rnnnlill.
can and Tin: Jouknal feels proud to
bo considered a champion of Abraham
Lincoln Republicanism.
i'kom maink to ti-vam.
Come orders for Thk ifl Wkkijly
Jouknal. Silver dollars are sent.
John Holm, Lullng, Texas, sends us
a big dollar of tho daddy In n com
mon envelope. It is one of thoso "In
God WeTrust." iliillnis. I'oliipd In IH'I.'I
good enough for any American, mid
good enough roruny newspaper. Thk
Jouknal Is the only silver Dally and
Weekly In Oregon. Thk Jouknal is
the only Dally and Weekly in Oregon
tllllt. Ill'llta Mm wllfilo irnlif hmwl l,ii,.
-.. ."",:;."' y ;""". p"" "."" .""
umk lino tiuuiiis ior me ngnt or mo
American people to mry their bonds. It
demands Republican legislation for
iih American people instead or ror
the corporation, the trusts, the land
holders and syndicates.
I11M1RK I'lll'. .iniTIFW.K.
Circulate the Daily and Wkkkly.
Stand by the cause of good govcrment
for the masses and sriuiul AmnHi:m
principles. Wo will pay extra iMistage
on silver. Don't send stamps.
M MMMI WM"I "I '
twv -zLtttHn'iitini N" X vR.
WMmimn
(nwmiwWL
S y I KoMf ill Mr -gyc J
Artmiflramir
.00. 'A AN",' iBKHL 7.5
iKJfViy
HARD TIMERS PRICES'!'
i ,j a-
k
- MlI
times are
i. tiMiiM -m hfirri atiri i nrnuwD m imvb
1UC WUIS3 l- wniM-MM f-""- "
tlic public hrd timet prices,
New factory liocs,plln too
With toes nnd calks I 5
Hand-made Heel shoes 2 oo
Track tlioelng S
1 Jaclc" Jlarlctns,
looChemckcUjirett.,
-tiev.-r
Capital Transfer G6v
IIAHKV TOWN. PROP-
UAtmV TOWN. PROP.
Express, buggace and all kinds
done promptly. Leave orders at
sloro. t; . , .1 i . )
cf work
Pallon
I2-3-H
I DEPOT EXPRESS.
! .Meets all mall and passenger trains Rag.
'gage and'-expresi'to .rilbpAtti ofah'e fchy.
Prompt service, Telephone No. Jo.
JAMES RADKK.
j i VETERINARY
Cond1tlnn powder, liniments,
jng loiiuns miu' uiiiiiiicuis, uiiiciiii miiii
mepli, jfufg.itfvepllls aiid colic medlcinei al
way on hand as' cheap as elsewhere.
IichI
nni r
way on hand as cheap
CONSULTATION l-KKli.
W. C. MITCHELL.
Graduate of Ont. Vet. College, Toronto
Canada.
Office and Despensary at Red Front Livery
Diauic, saicm, wicnuii,
liflSffAiBf
m lrn y
jj mm . n wannn
0 7 " ui
& Si. Paul Il'y,
MIUMC.nnTAjX. . .A (I
.-J ' l
oCITV . M"-WAUKtJWW
I J o i w a r -aM
PL
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The largest piece of .
bOQD looacco
ever sold for io cents
To Afms to Arm! EAST AND SOUTH
Local agents In nil towns and localities
and throughout the United States and terri
tories to sell the best washer in use consider
ing Its price from $3 to $5. I'or particulars
address,
J. 11. BROWN,
156 Statu street. Salem, Oregon
Cumin, mal Slrocl, Corner State
TIim Cji(.iI Priming Company has te
moved trtilur location, .Call oi us.
ttSMSYTttLOAN
Another Warf
jo.ooo men women and clilldern wanted to
buy the stock of furniture, carpels, mattings,
etc., of J. A. Rotail for the next 60 days at
cost or less, to make room for spring goods.
I mean what I say. am also eoine to add a
large line of wall paper and moulding to my
stock.
J. A. ROTAN,
11MI 7'0 U 11)1 J'l
Mm fMliltlil
VIA-
hasta Route.
or THE
On farm land security.
rates nn Inttr Infinc
consldcicil ,w iliniil itplfiv
HAMILTON &.MOIR
Hush Pank bulldlnrl.
Special
Lo;
ans
M0NY'T0 LOAN!
On city or farm properly.
Over Hush's Bank,
T. K. FORD3
Southern Pacific Co.
Hood's is Wonderful.
No lfih.S Wmiflnt-flll nm ll iiliriaim.
complislied by Hood's Sarsapaiillu,
fWnil tlftnf ril lint (ifnmiKiil l...i .....1
i . V. ",,v' iiittmJUB iilifl
physicians' prescriptions have failed.
Tlio reason, however, is simple.
11 nun iiiu uioou is enricueci mid purl
led, disease disappears and good
Hi". ui returns, ami noon's barsapa
rllla Is tho one truo blood pnrlller.
Hood's plllt uro prompt andclllclcnt
";". Is "ot ,,urBC ,ml11 r gr,I)C'
VOLZ & MIESCk'F. Prnni.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt meals,
EFTrein sausago a specialty,
171 COMMERC IAL ST
GEO. FENDRICIL'S
MEAT MARKET,
32I Commercial St. Cottle Block
Successor to C. M Heck Si Co.
lest meats in tho city, Prompt delivery at
lowest prices.
California Express Train Run dan between
roriianu and inn l-rancisco.
The people want McKlnley or Al
lison mid they know the reason why.
Tho state uulversltv city peoplo
complain of hoodluinlsin.
In view of three hangings, tho Max
Industry is looking up.
" '
Kugeiie has an advancement club.
Hut does It advance?
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel OulIJin'.
For water service apply at office. Bills
payable monthly in advance. Make all
complaints at the office.
Open splcket to prevent freezing, post,
lively prohibited. Care bhiiuM be taken
II in danger of freeing to have stop and
waste gate closed seo section 3 rules and ree
ulatlon. No deduction in bills will be at.
lowed for absence nr fiirinu i-.iiM ... )........--
unless water is cut of from premUes.
South
85 P.
.ii:oo p.
i 0:45 a,
I
I'oruana
Salem
Siin Fran,
North
v.
lv.1
rionm.
7:00
Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
City, Wo tlburn, Salem, Turner, Maiion,
Jefferson, Albany. Albany Junction, Irving,
Eugene, Creswell, Drain, an(J all stations
from RocburK to Ashland, inclusive.
KOSKUUKQ MAIL DAILY.
I iS'ortli
South
H::io a.m.
11:00 a.m.
:;'20 p.m.
MONEY JO LOAN.
I have $5000 to loan in one sum or any
fractional nart in, l,t ihtn ti.n t i... i..
Salem durine the next todavs. AflHrot.
with particulars,
266 Stark street, : Portland. Or
1 v. Portland nr.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Itoseb'g lv.
1M0 p.m.
2:20 p.m.
8:30 n.m.
South
8ALK.M l'ASSKNQKK.
4:00 p.m.
(i:lo p.m.
lv. Portland ar.
nr. Salem lv.
.North
10:05 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
W. A. Cusick
President.
The Lincoln county tax levy on I89:
nsxev.ment Is 17.8.
- -
F &Ki-?C CyfiiJsWw 1 .4
mM&mxsn f5
1:
aoital
Natioua
3J. H. Albert.
ICashier.
OF SALEM.
Transact a general banking business.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN IHIKURT ui T?pni?nc
and becond-class sleeping cars attached to all
train.
FARM FOR SALE!
6a nerrn lru-nlc.l .1 m!l. ...... .fin .
cln,! V.'C. ""-. I"",".."."1."' "nPa,.a
-.-..w.., .., muiuv, anu lft mues SdUtlJ
oroaston. 17 acres of liops, large hop house,
20 acres vvlii-1 tan.l ,--... 1 :
.... . . u, .u v,,e-iiicsuuw nna
beover dam: most of the balance well set in
a variety of tame grasses. Good soil, no
rock, easily nut in mlilv-iti ,:.i. . ,
creek on every 40 acres. Will sell In ira.U
" o.acres or more at prices Irom $280 up.
ward, according to location audi improve.
ment.. Easy terms. For further particulars
Inquire of Wm.H.EGAN,
1 lm Gervais.Or
GLANCE: A J THIS MAP,
"' ..'"- "- !?&-' .'.IIWilUKeB nn.l c.
rtllt.U MM., H..I..I... '- ''II TIM
I:" .""..:t"'i..,' ,,YI?.,, nP win .1
r""""""!!"" ; i at. nu una it. 1
andieniemln!rvheng.liig ett,i ih 1,7?
are lighted with eleclnciiy i.!d hSft
steam. Its equipment Is suueib p 1 '
BufTet, library, smoking and sleehlnl p
with free reclining dial. Each .i5
car berth . ns an electric readum Ij
Its dining cars are the best In th?tS
wuicr lines arc loncer I Man 1I.1. .. ""
arc shorter, nnd no oilier oITl'm ih-'.i I ,
uiious accomnioilatlo'iis, Th... ... v'ShH
reasons fbr -ih)r,K,paUrity of "nVS I
kee." Coupon ticket agents in ,, , '
road office will give yon further inform,, j
or address HlH
C.iJ. EDDY, Ceneral Acent
J. W.CASEY, Trav. !&,,
Ponlitj
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Fo Our Subscribers,
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lie
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
lietween Portland and Cervallis, daily
cept Sunday,,
(ex-
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12:15 pm.
Tv7
Ar.
Portland,
Corvallis.
Ar J6:io p.
Lv 11.35 P
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
tra.ns of Oregon Contral & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
1145 P m
7HS P. m.
Lv. I'ortland Ar I
Ar. McMinville Lv 1
St2S a m.
0:50 a. m
NOTICE.
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anu spccitptions wilt be received until Feb
plaiu
Pit
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so persons, and tl.e estimated cost uoi
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Home, Rose
Kofi 9, In n'olrvl-
" .. .y ' ' .w w.'',
uuiiuing at the Soldiers
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nigh, wilhbakemeni: separate room!
for
to ex
tuary 3
ai
orv
or four Inmates and a ward large enough
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1A tlAIW htnl. ...t.t. t ....
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. ..,.. "M"- ""'K accessary ior a com.
vr;iirucmre, modern sanitation strictly ob
served, ami ililrc...l - .1.- I. .' .
State House, TalVm, Oren'. ' unuerMBBM.
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CtMirmirt Executive Committee.
I-U-2W
THROUGH TICKEl'S
to all points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Europecan be obtained at lowest rutci
nr r.;r A!en, Saem-
', ROGERS, A8i. G. 1. & p. a
i'ortland Or.
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