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Daily Capital Journal
BY MOPIR BROTHERS,
FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1800.
1 hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the offlco of COUNTY
ASSESSOR subject to tlio will of the
county Republican convention.
d-w J. A. VAN EATON.
Col. 11. 1 Alley In Florence West:
Apart from the pressing and moic
or less transitory political Issues of
the hour, nothing Is now so widely
or deeply Interesting, to tlio -people of
every free community as the purity of
conventions. Manipulations by trick
sters against' primaries and conven
tions have dared so much of late
have grown to such enormous propor
tions and produced consequences so
far reaching that the people every
where realize that tho contest be
tween It and tlio political corruption
that follows, Is a life and death strug-j
If men are uulo to successfully
manipulate tho system of primaries
and conventions so far as todlctato
public olllccs and public policies, di
vert the revenues of tho community
Into their bauds for personal, sclllMi
und mercenary ends, and to do so year
In and year out, without fear of being
turned down, Is popular government
Tho light against this system of
'managing" primaries and conven
tions Is beginning to bo earnest, re
sourceful and effective.
Independent organized plans of tho
voters hayo tirUon with tho sclf-as-Rured
errand of chastising thoso cor
rupt methods of their own erstwhllo
tosses. Wo predict that tho force of
this protest against these unpatriotic
methods will bo felt in tho coming
gatherings to nomlnato olllcers.
There Is no prlnclploof a free gov
ernment more Important than that
tho elected servants of tho people,
nor thoso who want to bo elected, nor
thu bosses of any town or city, shall
not themselves prepare tho list of
delegates through which any course
of action must bo pronounced upon
for tlio people. It Is within tho power
of good citizens to enforce honest
primary elections, and It requires
only a small number of men In each
pocuict to make their will cITcctlvc.
After numerous changes In the
management, tho Chcmawa Indian
soliool scorns to bo at last under a
good superintendent. Mr. Potter
seems to havo tho qualltlcatlons
necessary for tho work nt this large
and Important government training
Mr. Totter Is still u young man
though eloven years In thu Indian ser
vice. Holms executive ability, Is an
educator and disciplinarian combined.
Resides lie has tho happy faculty of
recognizing tho children iindor his
cans as his equals and not as creatures
beneath him. Ho also Issues all tho
Tho Chcmawa school Is ouo of the
most successful Industrial experi
ments at educating children of Indian
parentage, to tho trades und farming.
It now employs about thlity persons
and has at times In tho year threo
miudred boys and girls In Its caw.
Now that the Democratic editor of
tho Republican paperlhuB beeomo a
Uepubllcnn.lt would be In order for
tho editor of thobalcm lVpullst paper
to romo over too. Let us lnlwr to
single end, gentleman, the good or
The Salvation, Army has uot big
enough to be ait iWltutlon, to havo
revenues and to havo dissensions.
Tlmt Is tho futo of nil human organ
Iwttons, where selfishness Is not
l I 1lrck, Mf, cht, or
tie ht of cesHterfeits and toilta-
REVENUE AND dOLD.
Tun Jouunai. has always main
tained with Jntnes O. Rlalne that the
questions of revenue and llnanco were
Inscperable. The gold that goes out
of our country as balance of trade is
not nil the drain upon our gold. The
gold that goes to pay Interest on
bonds nnd mortgages owned by for
eigners Is n still larger drain on our
To overcome this our country
must not only have a protective tariff
but must make all duties on foreign
Imports payable In gold. If Europeans
mid Importers want to discredit all
money hut gold they should pay into
the national treasury nothing but
gold. That would restore to our
country under a protective tariff some
of the gold drawn out by foreign
That would be some protection. If
we could add to that genuine bimetal
lism and repeal the specific contract
law wc would begin to sec daylight
in a few years, but neycr without
these things, or any one of tlicni.
PULLING THE STRING.
The New York chamber of com
merce has sent out orders that only
single statidard men are to bo elected
delegates to the Republican and Dem
ocratic national conventions. Was
over political Impudence carried far
ther? The chamber of commerce is noth
ing but the organized 'bankers of
Wall street. They arc pulling the
string on tho country' bankers. The
'.uuntry bankers pull the' string on
the business man, produce buyer and
manufacturer who are dependent upon
them for credit nnd ratings.
The primary elements of wealth are
labor and products out of tho soil.
These products are converted Into
money by the merchant nnd middle
man. Their surplus aro doposlted
with tho banker, who Is about tho
third factor In tho production of
wealth. Yet tho third factor Is pull
ing the political string on all tho rest.
Tho socallcd normal schools of this
stato arc little better than common
schools. They are not normal schools
In fact. Thoy are merely high schools
that havo bcou located at corealn
towns either for political reasons or
to benellt tho town In which they are
located. Salem post.
Hau Mr. Fletchor, of tho Tost, ever
visited tlicso schools f Does ho know
that theyaro little bettor than com
mon schools ? Wo have been nt the
Monmouth school sovoral times and
know that it is about as good as any
college In tho stato, except Kugono
university. It Is especially devoted
to training teachers nnd preparing
them for tliolr work. It has prepared
hundreds of excellent teachers. Still
wo do not believe tho taxpayers of
the state should any longer bo asked
to support oven tho two normal schools
thoy have been supporting.
Democrats must declare for tho
single gold standard. That Is tho de
cree of Chairman Harrlty of tho
Democratic national committee.
Must Is a hard word. Rut when tho
national committeeman says so tho
six or seven millions Democrats know
what they must do
Who Is Harrlty? Harrlty Is the'
man who sent out the telegrams to
tho close and doubtful states In 1802:'
'lf you want to help Cleveland, voto
for tho Weaver electors." Thoso wore
tho words posted on handbills on
election duy all over Oregon four years
Democrats obeyed orders then and
they will again. They elected lnnim '
presidential elector In Oregon. They !
elected presidential electors lu other
states by fusion with tho Populists.
mm year thoy must declaro for Wall
street nud the single gold standard.
With i city hall, a now woolen mill
nud a new sewer building, what's the
matter tilth talent?
SOME SOUND SENTIMK'ITS.
Every County Has as Much Right lo a
Normal School as Two Counties.
Editok Jeurnal: As coming
events cast their shadows before tho
'adumhragcof the next Oregon lcgls-
iaiuro is i.uiiy uiun , mm wimr
dntcs names arc In the wind. Should
not measures, rather than men,
chiclly concern us? Wc have been too
much In the power of the political
boss who has both devised tho meas
ures and selected the men trusting to
the poor silly sheep to do the voting.
An Intelligent public should have
well-defined measures, and then select
the right men to enrry out their
measures. It Is generally agreed that
there should be a lopping oil of useless
and expensive commissions and a close
economy In necessary expenditures,
but It Is useless to expect these re
forms unless we elect the men who
from their known character may be
relied upon to curry them out.
One or tlio abuses that need cor
rection Is the springing up of schools
all over tho stato that are supported
at public expense for tho profit of a
few. If our public school system was
sulllclcntly established there would
not bo such serious objection, but It
is unfair for the country farmer to bo
taxed for tho higher education of a
few, while In many a district tlio
school fund allows him the benefit or
only three months school lucach year.
Every district In the state ought to
have no less than six months school at
public expense, and to this end the
apportionment lo each district should
be raised from $50 to $100 In addition
to the per' capita apport lonmcnt. Let
tho public school bo liberally sus
tained, and If anybody wants better
education than tho public school
affords let him get it at his own ex
pense. John E. Day.
AVoodburn, March G.
Simon and Sears arc working to
gether In Portland politics, hand in
glove. Their methods are the same;
and when hard pressed, gentlemen of
tho political hlgliway sttud together.
The Statesman editor prints as
otteu as possible the statement that
he has recently left the Democratic
party. Ho wants to bo sure himself
that he has dono it.
It Is said in foreign newspapers
that thu entire sito of llabylon, tho
ancient, has been bought by two
Jews, and ouo has bought Jerusalem.
It can't bo true.
Tho Baltimore & Ohio railroad com
pany has failed. It was trying to pay
gold Interest and earn dividends on
Salem has a choral union that can
slug n tunc.
J- , BS
Tho Capital city's new $1)0,000 city
hall ncars completion. '
Too much Is too much.
NEVBR TOO LATE TO MEND
111c uau uaoiis anu
early vices of young
men and their dis-
ccs. Young men
and old men, those
who suffer from
nervous debility and
wasting away of the
vital strength and
power from hidden
drains or iuteuiper-
ll &xi re.,!?f f hoAy ttnd ,uln(1 by writing
the World's Dispensary Medical Associa.
t ton, of llulTalo. N. Y They emptoy a full
staff of physicians and Specialists, who
treat at a distance by correspondence or at
IrnSV, olel,ond ?"fB'ca Institute
of Buffalo, all this class of diseases. Those
who suffer from low spirits, irritable
temper, a "broken-down " nervous sys.
tern, and such distressing symptoms as
backache, dizziness, ahootiujr pains in head
or chest and indigestion, sexual excesses
or abuses all the result of exhausting dis.
easel nr iWilii unnn !.- - . ... - .
..... ..,... ..,v jicui, win una
a permanent cure after taking the special
prescriptions sent them froih the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute. Thisassocla
tlon of medical men have prepared a book
written in plain but chaste language, treat
tngof the nature, symptoms and curability.
vtT h,,we '". or such diseases. The
Viorlu's Dispensary Medical Association?
Proprietors of the Invalids' Hoteland 1 Surl
Bleat Institute, Buffalo. N. Y will on rel
ctipt of this notice, with to cenKmM
i01 Wai1, ? cd ,l'Pl'n wvelope!
a copy of this useful book. It should be
dial! ft ZVuT" m"' pmnt "'
.The Key to the Situation!
t.,. ft a ,rol" S'ck or HI.
lout Headache. Contiv.in..
Indieestlon, Bilious Attacks, of
any derauceraent of the stomich.
1 yer and liowels-is Dr. Pierw-i
I "!fw,l I'"t- Mildly wd
utroua franufti of Dr. pUrce. 7'
we it Give
,,- , ( 00 Coupons, or
J If yOU Send US 2 Coupons and 60 cento.
WK WILL SEND A 3
cvh SO Coupons, or
rOl 2 Coupons and 60 cents.
You will find one coupon Inside each 2 ounce bap, and
tvo coupons Inside each 4 ounce bag of
SEND COUPONS WITH
Blackwoll's Durham Tobacco Co., Durham, N. 0.
Buy a bag of tills Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read the
coupon, which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them.
2 CENT STAMPS ACCEPTCD.
Five rooms or less one faucet (occupied
by one family $1 00
Introduction of hot and cold wuirr r-
Five to seven rooms, one faucet . . 1 25
Additional for hot water 25
Over seven rooms 1 5U
Additional for hot water 25
The conm.inv lias concluded to reduce the
rale on dwellings, occupleil.by one family of
six pcissiH or less to the lelluivnij:
For occupants, four rooms or less, with
cold water faucet S 75
For occupants, four rooms or lets, using
both hot and cold water faucets.... t 00
One bath tub 50
One water closet 5
Five rooms and upward, cold water fau
cet 1 00
Five rooms and upward, using both hot
and cold water faucets 1 25
One bath tub 50
One water closet 5
No extia charge for wash tubs or faucets in
bed room J.
These Hre domestic rates and only apply lo
dwelllncs. Where water closets arc used
without any service in the house, the rates
will be 75c.
These rates will be adhered to without va
riation; they are plain and every consumer
can easily understand the rates they are re
quired to pay. Thcso rates will reduce a
great many and perhaps advance a few, as we
lind by canvassing the city some have been
underrated. The object ot the company is to
equalize rates and treat all consumers alike,
doing justice to every one. in making tlicso
reductions it is necessary for us to reduce
every possible expense, hence it is desired
that all water rents be pa'd promptly, as far
as possible, at the office before the 10th of the
month, this will save the expense of collec
tion. After that date water takers are liable to
ba cut off without notice, Katlng will be
made as fast as possible during the montli of
J. M. WALLACE, Pres.
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans, Ioans
consldeied without delay
HAMILTON & MOlil
Hush Hank bulldinfl.
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
T. K. FORD
C. H. LANE,
in vummsrciai si., aiicm ur
Ct?.Suits $15 upwards. Pants? upwands.rj?'
.. . t, . !, .
Capital Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Exnress. brtPPire and all kinds cf wnrl-
done promptly. Leave orders at Patton't
SALEM WATER CO.
Office) Willamette Hotel Building
For water service apply at office. Bills
payable monthly in advance. Make all
complaints at the office.
Open splcket to prevent freezing, posi
lively prohibited. Care should be take
Min danger of freezing to have stop an
waste gate closed see section 3 rules and reed
ulatlon. No deduciiou in bills will bcal
lowed for absence or for any cause whateve
unless water is cut of from prcmUes.
Meets all mall and passenger trains Hag.
Ugc and express to all parts ,of the city.
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70.
W, A. Cusick
J. II, Albert.
uuutu muni ml mi
Tranuct a generaljUaVlns business.
anrnll to b
NAME ANO ADDR8S TO
W'S MlilLShasta Route.
WOLZ A MIESCKE, Props.
Uealars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats
ryFresli sausago a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
32I Commercial st. Cottle Block
Successor to C. M. Heck & Co. J
best meats in tho city, Prdmpt delivery at
W TOUR HfiL
AND GET YOUR
Wagon. Buggi;s. Car in
Rep Ired at
It. J. IIEKSCIIHACII,
Opposite State Insurance Co , 320 Con ,
I 28 Salem, Oregon.
FREE TO AILLaDIEvI
I have a very simple home treatment which '.
will send free to all suffering women. Cine
female troubles of every natuie. Mo.t won-
dciful remedy ever known
The half has never been told;
For could we wit ink the ocean fill,
Were every blade of grass a quill,
Were tho whole world of parchment made
And every woman a scribe by trade
To tell the merits of balm of Figs,
L would drain the ocean dry.
Nor would the scroll contain the whole,
though stretched Irom sky to sky.
Address Mrs. J. W. b, box 96, Tallman,
Linn county, Or. 2-i2.imt
TO THE FARMERS!
Wc have just completed a new feed yard,
one-half block south of the court house.
Please give us a call. Team 10c.
2 6 I1USSAKD & SIMPICINS.
J. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a spiahy of fine repair work, Seth
Thomas clock, etc., 215 Commercial Street
F. VAN DER BAAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber.
481 Winter street,
tyllard times prices always.
E. M. WA1TE POINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Bush's New Brick over the bank Com'l st
HARD TIMES PRICES
The times are hard and I propose lo give
the public hard times prices,
New factory shoes.plain j 00
With toes and calks 150
Hand.made steel shoes , 2 00
Track shoeing,..., 2 $o
' -Jack" iravltlns,
oo Chemeketa street.
OW4TAU' SB Of BOX
, wore popular toar thin ii .'.?. ' uu '
I W-wii "Vf Vf
Adiirttt7'iV.rrf; ??l,anl ana harmle
f ' '"""" Protection tnihn raC9i 1
DROOQiSTa am, PANOYIErTSiEa.
Take Ynup uiin
friniiiercial Sliwl, Cow Stale
' Hid Capital Printing Company lias re
moved to tint Ucatlon. Call on ui,
tn nil iiuiin. nnrl Iru-A 1 1 1 lp itirnnnliout
United States and territories to sell the Fount
ain Washer and Steam Cooker, tlio best in
urc. It saves Its own price n the wear of
clothes In less than stx months. Sent C. O.
D. by express, prepaid, for $3.50, in tin; $5
in copper, ror parucuinis, auurcss
, " JVH. IIROWN,
156 Stato street. Salem, Oregon.
EAST AND SOUTH
OF 'I HE
Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train Run dai, between
Portland and San Francisco.
8:50 p. m.
. 11:00 p.m.
i 0145 a. m.
-. 5. 1 r
Iv. romanu at.
lv Salem Iv.
ar. San Fran, lv,
Above trains stop at East Cortland, Oregon
City, Wocdburn, Salem, Turner, Marion,
Jefferson, Albany, Albany Junction, Irving,
Eugene, Creswvll, Drain, and all stations
from Koieburg to Ashland, Inclusive.
ROSIUJUKO MAIL DAILY.
"South ," North
(j:iua.ui. lv.rortlandur. 4:40 ji.in.
11:0:) a.m. lv. Salem lv. 2:20 p.m.
5:20 p.m. ar. Hoseb'tf lv. 8:30 a.m.
'South I I North
4:00p.ni. Iv.rortlundiir. 10:05 a.m.
0:15 p.m. ar. Salem lv. 8:00 n.ni.
DINlV. CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN LUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Hctivccn Portland and Corvallls, daily (ex
cept Sunday. 1
7130 a.m. I
6:20 p. m,
i3S !' "
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
4MS I m I Lv. Portland Ar. J 8:25 a. m.
7iS P. ni. ) Ar. McMlnvlllc Lv 6:50 a. m.
to all points in Jhe Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratel
from W.W. SINNER. Ar-ent. Salem.
12. P, ROGERS, Asst. G. V. & 1
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
k Si. Paul Ry,
GLANCE AT THIS MAP.-
Of the .Chicago, Milwaukee :a?t!pauT
Kallwav nnd nnto li M.....I.. ...i. ..
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha
and remember when going east that its trains
-... ..fc.Hvu wiiii ciecincuy and heated by
n& 11V e1uiPmfnt is suPl. Elegant
car iKjith has an electric reading lamp.nd
,.fn,n.?.car 1ra ,he ,lwl the world.
V- .i . ar 10"2er ,nan th", but none
are shorter, nnd nn nit... rr. .t J .. ""
kee'- Cnnn KKZ.' ' i"? MWw-
C.J. EDDY, General Agent,
J. W.CASEV.Trav. Pass. Agent.
Tor Infomatlon .., Srr.i?J9H''- tc
flk Aacncy for
jctcxrM yet 111 vhi'jwt avbt
Sv .S (S
ii.iiiis.um par icuiars apply to , r'7 ,
lou. Twemle.h and ThVrnl W
!.. . .l . . Mil LininTi. -T
viivcii oy a qua hed tcachpf .
oanruay nt Ltiannlng lla """
Given on reasonable terms fcy an .,
teacher. W?A. R&
. (ESTABLISHED ls,0) '
Valuable hints, nbout. varom br;MvSi(
industry winch nro or.cn to wmSffS
who have succeeded in them
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