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hi w fm-wmTm M(W Km , t r.Mi teis i i 1 H v i Dally Capital Jfiurf. BV HOWR BROTHERS PROTECTIONN BIMETALLISM. Secretary TUESDAY.-M AllCH 21, 1890. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOIl SCHOOL SUIT.HINTBNDKNT. The undersigned Hereby announces himself as a candidate for the olllco of county school superintendent, subject to the action of tlic Republican county convention. H. IT. Smith. FOIt AB8EBB0H. 1 hereby announce inyfcclf a a candidate for the olllco of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to the will of the county Republican convention. ,l.w J. A. VAN EATON. VOJl nKt'UKHl.NTATIVE. I have consented to have my name borne before the Republican county convention for representative. E. W. CHAl'MAN FOK JU8TICK OV THK 1'KACK. The undersigned announces himself as a candidate for Justice of the I'cacoln Salem district, subject to the action of tho delegates In the Republi can convention. John 0. HooTir. AIDS TO SILVER COINAGE. Tho Chattanooga Times Is always an Interesting study for tho philoso pher. This time It lakes up witn a loud ha, ha! tho Post's assertion that the Mexican silver dollar will pur chase as much In Mexico as the gold dollar will purchaso In tho United States. "And now comes tho Washington Tost and cswiys to prove that a silver dollar In Mexico is worth ns much as a gold dollar Is In the United States. To lHt the value of The Post's Infor mation on this subject, wo ask It to print Bomo lately published Moxlcan wage sculcs. Will It also tell us what tho discount for gold exchango on Mexican dollars Is.ln the City of Mex lMy If The Post Is right then our country ought to loso no tlmo to get' to tho ollvcr basis; meantime Moxlcan dollars sell In New York at r4 cents 111111. t.'l of State Klncald In the, Eugene Journal. Hut one would think tbat If "pro onfiiin which promises to make '' ! prices for product higher, Is a good ,thlng so Is "free suver, ,.. " .. tlia an in p. rpmilL. i. invv-v tlonlst In tho nature of things Is also a free sllverltc, and u free sllverlto for i.u.....n rofiami Is a protectionist. What a smllo Is to a laugh free silver Is to protection. East urcgoiiiau. We have always ciaimcu huh " argued in these columns that protec tion and free coinage of sliver, oy which we mean the coinage of silver as standaid money on an equality with gold, naturally belong together. Free trade and the single gold stand ard have both the same tendency. They reduce wages and prices of all the products of labor, while tncy drain our country of Its money to pay for Imported goods and Interest on debts contracted on a gold and silver basis, when a dollar would not pur chaso one-half us much labor or the products of labor as a dollar will pur chaso now. This Increases tho pur chasing power of money every year, and has done mi for twenty-three years, while Jt Iiih decreased and con tinues to decrease the price of labor. It Increases the price of money and credits, of which tho rich man's pos If Suit (don't suit tho Cleveland Tic i)Ubflca'ns,juid it surely will not, they can flock together with tho Cleveland Democrats. They will then have two hobbies In place of one, and can divide their tlmo between advocating free r.nulo and gold monometallism, in stead of harping all the time on their golden Idol. session tiro composed, and decreases tho price of tho poor man's labor nud the products of his labor, which arc his only possessions and his sole means of gaining the necessities and com forts of life. This makes the rich richer and the poor poorer. President Cleveland Is consistent localise lie favors frco trade and the single gold standard. Democrats and Populists who cling to the worn-out frco trade theory and at the same tlmo favor tho frco coinage of silver aro not consistent. Republicans who favor protection and the single gold stanbard aro not consistent. In 1890 tho Republicans of Oregon, like all other parties In this state, had a frco silver plutrorm, and nobody objected to It. No longer ago than last year A LETTER FROM UTAH. A Reader of the Journal Writes From Ogden, Utah. Times aro worse hero now than they have' been since I am hero, and most of real estate Is sold at 12 o'clock nt the land house to the high est bidder for taxes. Political parasites say, everything Is cheap and one can buy as much again for a dollar than one could live years ago, etc., which Is true, but the working men's wages hnvo been re- ,i..,1 nxnnrrllncrlv .fllso. NoW. WC i,nnivtimt. PrnaWlnnt, Cleveland's, as well as the whole army of ofllcc.holders and flatterers' salaries have not been reduced one farthing. These selllsh patriots can buy their groceries and everything they need as cheap ns the poor laborers, therefore why not re duce the ofllce holders' salaries ? Our national government costs us now about $10,000,000 per year, why not cut it down to $20,000,000 ? With a few exceptions, nobody hurrahs any more on the Fourth of July, except pensioners, olllco holders and office seekers. "Hypocrisy." Observe, If you please, Tho Post's every Republican In Oregon claimed nronesltlon: Tho Mexican silver dol- to bo a blmetallist. Rut In the last lar will purchaso as much In Mexico few months, since tho senatorial elec as the gold dollar will purchaso In tho United States Tho question Is ono of fact. Tho question Is how much merchandise, tho necessities of life, clothing, etc., will tho Mexican silver dollar purchiiBo In Mexico how much will tho gold dollar purchase In tho United States? FOR JUSTICE. Justlco of tho peace Is an Important olllco In Salem. It Is tilled by a nomi nation from tho ten Salem precincts and election by the people In June. In Jurisdiction and volume of busi ness It Is almost as Important as the city recotder's court, or tho county court. It Is an Important office and Khould w tilled by an able, Independ ent man. Tho present lncumlieiit II. A. John con, Jr., Is a candidate for re-election ami has made a clean record for tho past two years. Ills decisions have been Just and Impartial. He has not fomented litigation and has fearlessly discharged his duty In n way that makes him an honorable successor to his worthy father, who was a Justlco longer than any one man In tho Wil lamette valley. A DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. The Polk county Democrats adopted a platform, gllttorlng with reform Ideas. It fairly bristles with plausi ble propositions for making over tho Oregon state government Into an eden on earth. It abolishes all tho excessive salar ies In county and state affairs, aboli tion of nil the commissions and sine cures, and cutting down appropria tions and taxation to the point of annihilation. Rut, strango to say, these economists and reformers do not mention normal schoolH. Normal schools entirely 5. COOS COUNTY SEAT. A movement is on toot to rcmovo tho county scat from llandou to Co qulllo City. Tho llullotln, of the latter place, has a letter from Hon II. II. 2tlo.holti of Coqulllo City, who shows from u Randon paper that tho county Is In dobt KW.000, and has hut iiImiul tfOOO Invested In buildings at Hamlon. Ho estimates HG.000 to 120,000 would erect mltublo buUdlnus .for tho jusw county neat at Coqulllo uity. Mr. Mchola makes, u strong argument for hU town, FAILING MANHOOD QoMral ud Nervous Debility, WrAknm ot IWr and WIdi, Ktrrcu o( Errors Mntoo4tNi)ly ItwiorvJ, Mow ta l.nUr)rt u4 fttwoBUitn WcA. ITn ile vy loioJ .I'orttouaot In I Uug tl oiua Trvalmeu U Ml WlAtUt I. ml lr.7l..r. - . '""tl.."H' . N nut l(ir UwJrlpUvo Book, t lirwwTM uiii Jiin Itull.fv rmin (iuntriM. tlon In Oregon a year ago. Cleveland has been able to carry oil a few Demo crats and a fow Republicans In this state, and they aro now declaring that bimetallism Is noiisciiso and that there never was and cannot be a double-standard of money. They havo suddenly becomo exceedingly wise and arc puffed up with arrogance and conceit. They demand In a threatening manner single gold standard. This would Incrcaso and coutluuo tho present depression and dlcllno In prices Indefinitely. They say silver Republicans aro Populists, traitors and enemies of the people, and must bo driven out of tho Re publican party with a club. They advised Republicans to vote for Cleveland's secretary of the treasury, who has fastened nearly $200,000,000 of gold bonds on tho pcoplo in tlmo of peace, for senator from Kentucky. They uro doing all In their power to destroy tho Republican party in Ore gon. These arrogant dictators will not support oven the Ohio platform If tho Republicans or Oregon should adopt It word for word, Nothing but a straight gold- standard platform of tho Cleveland Carllslo pattern would suit them. Thoy aro doing all In their power and havo been for it year to dlvldo and break-up tho Republican party. Rule or ruin Is their policy. They failed to rulo tho party In tho last Legislature and are now socking to ruin It. If tho Republicans of Oregon havo any re ganl for humanity and Justice they will not allow tho supporters of Cleve land nnd Carllslo to dictate what tho Republican plutfom shall contain or who shall bo nominated for any office. If tho Republicans want votes thoy will not no hagaolous If they beek for tliem among tho Cleveland Democrats with u gold platform. They will bo wiser if they adopt tho Ohio platform which favors sliver as standard money. If they adopt MoKlnley's Ohio double standard platform with a slight varla tlou, going McKlnley one better, It will bo Bulled exactly to this climate, and will bo ratlflcd nt tho noils hv u vast majority of tho people of Oregon. escaped their attention. Was It be- causo there Is a state normal school at gone Hoard of Trade. STRONG MEMORIAL. Trie Eugene Board of Trade Rightfully, Asks' for the Improvement or the River. m. ,s i?. ...,... Hiinnl of Trade. Satur day livening, unanimously passed the following memerial: Wlnireas-, The Willamette River runs through the middle of the Wil lamette valley, one of the most fertile and productive valleys on tho Paclllc coast, containing a population or ubotii 20,000 people, nnd produces a largo quantity of wheat and other cereals and fruit, and Whereas, The Willamette river can be made navigable for steam boats from Portland to Eugene, during all the year, and Whereas, Steam boats have been navigating that river fiom Portland to Eugene during thoiwlntcr months for the past two years and tho reason why the steam boats cannot vavlgato that river during the low stage of water is on account of bars being formed and the water not all being confined In one channel, and Whereas, Congress has never at any time appropriated any money to speak of for the purpose of Improving the Upper Willamette river to ine greau detriment and Injury of all the people of the Willamette valley, and Whereas, There is only ono rail road extending through the Willam ette valley on each side of the river and both of these arc owned by one corporation, and the freight rates ex acted by that corporation aro exorbit ant and more than the producers and merclmntcan nfford to pay, nnd Whereas, The only means that the people of the Willamette valley have for securing cheap transportation of their produce and merchandise Is by the Improvement of the Willamette river from Portland to Eugene, and Whereas, The pcoplo of Eugene dur ing the last two years havo been com pelled to transfer their freight from Corvallis to Eugene by way of teams, a distance of 40 miles, and by so doing enabled the teamsters to mako fair wages by hauling such freight for a less rate than was demanded by the Southern Taclllc Co.; now therefore bo It Resolved, By the people of Eugene and of Lane county, Oregon, through their Board of Trade, that congress should take Immediate action to ap propriate money sufficient to Improve the Willamette river from Portland to Eugene, so as to make it navigable for steamboats tho year around, and especially from Harrlsburg to Eugene. Adopted March 21, 1890, by tho Eu- Monmouth that Is run by Democrats? The San Francisco News Letter, In Its Issue of tho 2ist. lnst.,deals editori ally with the presidential campaign; tho railroad commission; the suffrage bubble; the Examiner and the rail road; tho Doctor Drown case, etc. All the other departments are carefully edited and contain much Interesting criticism, especially thoso devoted to the theatres and to book lcvlows. A dainty lyric for the leap year appears over tho naino of Howard V. Sutherland. Tho Clackamas Pops propose tho following salaries: SherltT, $1,000; county clerk, $800; recorder, $700; treasurer, $000; county Judge, $S00; school superintendent, $720. Rut Micro Is no saying that is all it would cost tho pcoplo of that county If they put tho Pops in office. Tho editor of Thk Journal Is proud of tho fact that all the professional politicians in his precinct were against him in the primary election. Ills supporters were farmers and laboring men. Tho Clackamas county Populist convention Is referred to by tho Iron worker ns "a quiet gathering of earn est men." - . I Ll..' Tho Republicans will put up a winning tlckot today. ., .AHighFlMer 1Y4il Air H mml i lH 1 1 H mm H mB im ik & H mv .-mmmf MffOMjRw m .mmmwB c.awifli;Mi' 24 Commercial Street, Comer 11'f .Capital l',li.i, moved to that lotion, oil J1 1 C. H. MKRBM LANE, I'll 2." Commsrclil t .i. . C-Jauits $ie upwards ii...;"1 I " -lli PLUG The largest piece of GOOD tobacco ever sold for io cents MONEY T0l( On fnvwt I ..1 . ration larriZ conslde.ed wiih0u,fc Du,u Rank buildIo3.AMlLT0NU 4Mlftuwa6apiWrfteatttaij)r, Children Crv for -a. i Deafness Cannot be Cured. by local applications, as they cannot reach tho diseased portions of tho ear. Thero Is only ono way to euro deaf ness, and tlmt is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian tube. When this tube gets Inilamed you havo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed deat ness Is tho result, and unless tho in (lamination can bo taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever nlno cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but an In tlirmed condition of tho mucous sur face. Wa will ..I.... -k.. Tl 1 .. for am case of deafness (caused by ??tm",U.that. cannot be cured by cSSS t Seua forclr- wi'?; cnsv &Co., Toledo O TSold by Druggists, 75 cents. Children Cry for Pltoher Cat torla. E. J. FllASIEH, V. M. Wii.KiNfl, Secretary. President. VALLEY LOCAL NEWS. AUM8VILLK. Editor Churchill, of tho Aumsvllle Record, has bought land and Is build ing. In a few weeks ho will bo located under his own "vino and llg tree." Wo congratulate him for the change will bo of great bcnellt to him and his well wishers. The revival meetings at Stayton are reported as very Interesting, as quite a number from Aumsvllle attend. McClary, the Populist speaker, was In Aumsvlllo Wednesday. Tho last time wo saw him was at a lecture that ho delivered hore. First his coat came off, then his vest and collar. The situation was critical, but the speech was ended. On Wednesday he looked vigorous, In good shape. "Look out a llttlo" Republicans, for Mc Is a "stem winder" and Is way up In the billions upon billions. Our debate was a failure last week. Poor subject. Frank Pound was nominated Justice of tho peaco by tho Republicans and Samuel Landen by tho Populists. Roth good men. 'Ihe Republican and Populist prim aries were held last week. Seventy two Republicans registered and voted, and 27 Populists registered and voted. Each party tried to out do each other In kindness and showing their friendship for each other. Tho Populists went so far as to give those uopuiiucaus present a complimentary vote and somo of them camo within 20 votes of being elected delegates. Without mentioning names, will say that everybody was ln town this week. H. Fryer, J. Weaver, Abner Lewis, Charles Vanlce, Frank Pound and HARD TIMES FACTS. GOOD HKADINQ FOBSTIIK FAMILY CIRCLE. Every reader of Tiii:jc.Touunal should look up the list of premiums given absolutely free with this paper. The Weekly Journal at $1 a year is the cheapest paper on tho Pacific coast, yet with it wo glvo yearly sub scriptions to any of tho following valuable publications, each known to tho world as a standard In its Held: , The Toledo Rlade, Tho Queen of Fashions, aWomanklnd, Tho Farm News, Tho Child Garden. These valuable publications nrc eacli worth a $1 a year, yet wo give you your choice, ono year free, for a $1.50 subscription to Tin: Journal, cither tho Daily for six months or tho Weekly for eighteen months. See tho list, nnd don't neglect to profit by It. Don't bo deceived into paying for so-called premiums offered with high priced papers at a slight advance. Remember The Journal Is the rheapest newspaper on tho Pacific coast, and it gives you high grade 'jremlums without additional charge Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sorej, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains, Uralses. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to uve per tec sansiactton or.money relunded. Price 25 cents a box. For sale by Fred A. Lege t'ondlt, Kepubllcans.wlll go to Salem Tuesday to save the country again. 1). Rwnnk. Af. Siumr AV IT TY.rW Will llnuil. Snni T.mulnn. P. MMrOmll and Geo. llaynartl, Populists, will go to Salem, Thursday, to save the country for tho first time, ns all tho past has been wrong. James Moyor has put some blooded stock upon his place, including chick ens. Ho also has secured somo farm ing Implements. George Rayuurd Is around looking himself again, but Is not ablo to go to work. All are glad to seo him gain strength so fast. Dr. Ransom was In.hls ofllce Wed nesday, tho first time in a month. In the meantime, the sick' played a trick on tho doctor and got well, Ministers Should Use Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. TOHN HUGHES, Dealer in groceries, paints, oils, window glass, varnisncs, ana the most complete stocc of brushes of all kinds in the state. Artists' materials, lime, hair, cement and shingles, and finest quality ot grass seeds, WO ISrl'KEE DELIVERY. W0LZ & MIESCKE, Props. Dealars In all kinds of fresh and salt meats lVFresh sausago a specialty. ' 171 COMMERCIAL ST. GEO. FEFDRICH'S MEAT MARKET. 32I Commercial st. Cottle Mock Successor to C. M. neck & Co. Dost meats in tho city, Prompt delivery at lowest prices. FREE TO ALL LADIES! I have a very simple home treatment which I will send free to nil suffering women. Cures female troubles of every nature. Most won derful remedy ever known The half has never been told; For could we with ink the ocean All, Were every blade of crass a null, Were the whole world of parchment made And every woman a scribe by trade To tell the merits of Balm of Figs, I.would drain the ocean dry. Nor would the scroll contain the whole, Though stretched from sky to sky. Address Mrs. J. W. B., box 96, Tollman, Linn county, Or. 2-i2.imt Capital Transfer Co, HARRY TOWN, PROP. Express, baggage and all kinds cf work done promptly. Leave orders at Fatton't store 12-3- TncnE 19 no r:orEssioN. whoso labors go coverolytaxthonpivoussyg torn, us that ot tho ministry. Tho de rangement of tho nerve ceulom o( tlio bralu by overwork frequonily brine oh attack of heart trouble, and uorvou prostration. Roy. J, 1 Uobter. M. I)., 1'aotor r. . church, London Mills. Ills., hlm.clf a phyx! clan, writes rob.26,1893! "Heart uf.vtlon hud nervous iirotnitlon had bwocn ko sorlous last fall that a. little ovu- wonclr. tho pulpit would sa completely prvutrato w. Dr. Miles' that u socn-d naiu i TT . mutt lollnqiiUli tho work Heart Cure t mmutry eu.ro;y. Tctnt- ac nean Palpation Uvtinio 1CMU1C: eo bad that mr auditors ITMlth WouW ask ,u0 If I -M not "tulu havehoartdUonso. Lau ftovember I commencad takluu Dr. Jlllw' rew neart Curo alternately with r Miles' ftcrvlno and dorlved tho greatest possible beuoflt. I havo Jiut closed rovlval work of 10 weeks, preaching nearly every nlsht and twice on tho Sabbath. I can speak for hour without suffering a I formerly did. Hard working ministers should keop Dr. Miles' grand romedle on hand." 'wJS?Jm y U 80ld on . t oottlo will benefit or ooaep refunded. V. A. COSICK J, II. ALBERT. President. Cashier, Capital io OR SALEM. Transact a general banking business, Miss Balk's School Oi'ENKU IN GHAimiNG HALL, Will receive children from 3 years upward bpecial attention to beginners. All desired branches for the older pupils taught, Includ ing drawing, modeling, music plain and ar tistic t.eedle work. All work done on the in dividual plan, in which each child is ad vanced according to its own capacity. For terms and particulars apply to Miss O, Bal lou. Twentieth and Chemeketa sts. MONEY TO L On city or farm property OveriHuah's Il.int T If. M TO THE FARMERS I W?hwVeJuUcon,Pleteila new feed yard one-hall block south of the court bouse. I lease give us a call. Team 10c. 26 BUSSARD & SIMPKINS. The Roui RESTAURANT :o6 Sutte street. New j ''. guarantee the best meal in tbec5 reosonable. One trial will mwV -- """" " uaiB, " l. lARLTO! F. VAN HER run. Carpenter, Builder and jj 401 winter street, lyilard limes prices always. PROPOSALS WANTED. . otle.? .,0 ,JuildinB CwtratajJ oius win ue receivcaat the omctoISc if ltat C'i1ffm C Hill .i. . Wartt.f.e1au Anrtl H 0. t ., 'I "Y "";i ! u, louu, kji U(t anu completion or a nospiul bS Roseburc, Or., accordlni? io n!n . linn. M.M Hn... L!I.T.t " . . T iiuin, .i.,, iiuit uii cxuumion 11 tut gj Delos D. Ncer, architect, 133 rwJ Portland; state house, Salem. (Jr., oil WWM.W. A.W.II1., VI iWKUUI, Uf, H must oe accompanied with a ctu&id drawn to the oiderof S. D. Onaiiid man uuaiu ui trustees, uregoa it iiumc, in a sum equal to j per CM I the same to bo forfeited and and tA the bomiers' Home lund incixM or accepted bidder fails to enter b a with acceptable bonds, inthettnofi amount 01 contract, with at least tni within 10 days alter the mtiia All bids must be addressed to S. B.0RMSE "Care Secretary of State Sales, HI lender 01 (name) torr at Soldiers' Home." The right to reject any ulift hereby reserved, uy omertxtue Trustees of the Soldiers' I loot. Attest: S. B. ORMSBV, Chu.i'H E.U.WAITEFJ(1MK6I BOOK AMD Jul! H AND Legal BUmkPublbm Bush's New Brick over the banlWj German Lesson Given by a qualified teacher, 1 tt.4 of Germany. Classes for ckJitsij Mrs. Rapser. JJ BANJO LES5M Given on reasonable lermW.lS teacher. A. Wf W DEPOT EXPRE8 ... 1 UM IrlJf I Meets all man ana pxi," 'T. J gage and express to all pru j rrompi scrvn-c, vvr nyjjli SALEM WATER! Officei Willamette Hotel BjJ For water service appjr "M nfivnMi monthly in M'1 1 complaints at the office. .J nL jnlcket to prerent wwh tively. prihlbUed. Care -- Htnuanger ui "B"-o,I" , .& waste gate closed see section JMJ ?U. No drf-B fionU ttrj lowea tor huschv. . - ,,-. 1 unless water is cut of from pJ Ta flnr Subscri 1 v vii . A &t'r.i' i,iiil Wetakesubscripaons. he Magazines in tuc v--,. , with theCapilal JowraL J Amnnr thrt hicher pnew . u .wifini Is the Ne W whTch7wh.lltheks. crest or the 0 tier g. --r, a & has. besides, its ffik unrivalled. As swmlnfj, r. historvand literature 01 '. , To those of New ftP ever else you yourself uVe.P N- England Z'i& KaTO mum .Afeed-r I1UII there. K. J. J" 100 Chemeketa street. , -jj; ''a.atB:ki .