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Why doca'nt sho teach hliu to give
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Some Remarks Concerning Politic. " catc clurltablc 8p!rlt ,n t,,p cl1(f
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icllef to sec tuai men who
ylla will be ii nice person to have
us u rult-VulMti-
around, when he Is grown, u III he not?
In such a family you will Ihul Unit,
tliuiish cadi child has his own toj,
one hair brush and comb doe-duty
for tho entire family. Why not teach
H Is a
..,iL' iiohtlts" ure,
(Io'I)lll(, t .mi old UUltHof abusing and
Uilllgl.li. m tl,l'r bc,,,M,c of
,.., Ami while It is gratifying to
..... .T,.ti im loss Influence on
L !"st mn ft.iii.erly. it makes t"' o share their playthlnbut to
u upp.ri.en.lvo. and wc . individually, such article, a.
.enliocondaded that there I. ' nf ualrbruslm and coiubs.
M0IHl.li - ... . Lnt, CMPll Imvn ii nlima fi I. to 1...1
Issue at HitiKu, eisoj '"" " ",o uiu"k-
for a moment, K ' " "" sur1'' ,,n(l 1M,!" llleni to
oiverve order In placing them.
r-J ' ' "" 'I P ttllflinilinmmtintim... ' H
in -m-nini.n IIHI H rTM
erv Important
i,a tiifii would "ever
aiumlon lllL' cvcr-varylmr pleasure
and lntoitst of m-illng all past deeds
or rijd.t :iii'l wrong, (mid especially
ronI" committed by the nominee or
his supported.
Xo, men mi etui ill ng their attention
to tlio "Miincy question.1' Some of
tiicin iiiuli'istand It thoioughly, sonic
think they do; but to tho greater pur
cent or them It It. Greek, and the
phMM.' "10 to 1," Is an especially dir
llcult pango. Tho most or tho men
Know as little about its moaning ns
We women do, and wo arc not sup
posed to know anything at least,
about politics, or what Is best for our
country. Most men think we should
be content, too, to allow Ignorant
Tiniinns and lnur-urcu inuians to
help form our laws. Same of us arc
not. True, we know we've enough
clscto occupy hand and brain. The
aicrage woman Is a combination of
cook, laundress, teacher and nurse, to
jay nothing of seamstress and a great
many other "esses." Nevertheless,
most of us could find time to Instruct
ouftclvcs In Intelligent balloting, and
would doubtless makou greater suc
cessor It tlinn an Ignorant foreigner,
and would not place so great a pecun
iary value upon our vote.
But then! this Is the old debate of
"woman's rights." Somo of us want
to vote, and say soj others do, and say
they don't, because they can't; and
yet others don't care whothcr thoy
can orcan't. Tho first uro tho sort of
women who are very angry for u few
minutes, and then are sunny temp
ered again; the second aro tho sulky
sort, who are provoked If they can't
have what they want, and aro too
proud and sullen to a9k twice. And
the last? 0, they aro tho "contented"
sort. Deliver us from many of 'eml
If wo women were voters, I think we
would devote a few hours to learning
what "10 to 1" means, Instead of
standing on tho street corners and
harping on the trouble that will fol
low the adoption of tho "gold stand
ard," or tho good that will follow a
deatributlon of "frco silver."
A man told mo a story a few days
since which I would never have told
on another, were I a man, I would bo
so ashamed of him. Ho said ono man
said to another, "Why, if wo get a
distribution of frco silver ntthorato
of 10 to 1 every man nnd woman will
receiver $10, and each ono of their
children $10, and I tell you, I'll
ote for free silver every tlmol I
now which side of my bread Is
buttered." Well, I doubt it, don't
jou? There Is one comforting assur
ance, however, and that is this;
although that man's children may
not know any more about tho re
pectlve sides of their sllco of bread
wueo they aro born, their mother
will probably bo able to instill a llttlo
knowledge in their respective brains.
She can at least teach them not to
lick the butter all off tho ono sido,
nd then howl because they must
men cat tho dry bread. And when
tlleyget to bquabbllng over a chair,
uf them squalling- because tho
olher Is In his chair, she can and
ould. make them understand that
toey must not be selfish. She must
"mberthat they aro embryo politl
dws.aud must eliminate such selfish
traiu from their characters for tho
uks of household peace und tho
future good to their nation.
We all know of fauilles where noth
ia Is used in partnership, nnd no
chlld 18 compelled or taught to give
"P to another under any circumstance.
has his swing, his wagon and
nm, and there has to be afullsup
Wy. of every variety, of toys brought
the house, if one encroaches upon
e other's territory, in even tho
ll8htst degree, there Is a row and it
"only settled by the mother saying
ow Johnny you get right out of
mmy'a chair, you've got one your
hotVrnbing0Just ,L ,n,t alddoa't
Teuch them habits of personal uout
ness. They learti very young thafot e
of tho iirst qualities, of ladyhood, Is
nnitly combed hair. Not long since
a childish conversation, was over
heard, which will serve to Illustrate
this point. One of the nclghboi's
vuuuiuii imu uuuii piaying wiiii n
bright llttlo girl, of six, who was
seated drumming on the nhitm.
"Now," said she, "Play you were a
lady come to visit mo and you were
going to sing, but wait a minute and
I'll get u brush and brush your hair,"
Und disgusted with the dirty race
and unkept hall, the little thing
darted Into her mother's room
and got her brush and was soon en
deavoring to improve the appearance
of tho other's hair. I'll venture she
afterwards lecelved some private In
struction, regarding the proper rare
of hair brushes.
To the parents the blame Is mostly
due of bad hublts formed In child
hood. A dear old lady said sho taught
her children how to eat In a manner
becoming a human being by giving
them, when small, a dish deep enough
so that If they could not otherwise
capture an elusive morsel they could
get it next the side of tho dish and
easily push It into their apron. "Wo
cannot expect a child's pudgy little
hands to bo very dextrous in the use
of a spoon. This grandma said, "It
almost makes me cry to sco a hungry
child come to tho tnblo and try to dip
anything from a shallow plate. First
they know it's over tho side nnd they
aro scolded for soiling tho cloth. Then
tho little things watch their chance,
und in go their lingers, and a largo
mouthful Is crowded onto tho spoon,
and as It Is conveyed to tho hungry
mouth, tho oyes aro watching tho
mother, momentarily expecting dis
covery, and u reproof for taking 'such
largo bites.' It Is an Insult to a
child.'" Give thoni a bright llttlo
pan shallow, with perpendicular
sides, then thoy can tako a reasonable
sized mouthful and not bo starving or
cramming, and aro not taught a les
son In deceit.
Sho is right, as any mother wllUsco
when sho gives tho matter a llttlo
thought. "When tho youngster has
become somewhat deft, his llttlo tin
"trough" can bo exchanged for some
thing more elegant, but do let them
cat in comfort. And don't let them
have "pie, tlrst," or allow them to eat
the Jam and leave tho bread, or thoy
will become "ring polItIclans,"Jand
there aro too many now. v"vJ Mi
Mahion.
CASTORIA
Arc6c(ablcFrcparationiorAs
simitatlng ikFoodandRcgula
ting ihcStamachs andBowcls of
Promotes DigcsllonXhccrful-
ncss ana licst.contalns neither
Opium.Morphinc norlflncral.
Not Narc otic.
KavtefOUtlk-SAKCELBWam
JlxJmna
tninSttl
Jlrnrmuit -JnortanaltSti
IHmSttti -
UriUyrun fUtv.
A perfect Itemedv forConstirvj.
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca,
iiuiio,uiivuu)iuiu,revtTJ5ii-
ncss cndLoss or Sleep.
TflcSimllo Signature of
NEW YORK.
IZAVUH
fi&tim
A mirror could not
lie if it wanted to.
?he Rims lias noth
nsr to rain by flat
tery. If the roses of
health and plump-
utu of beauty are
leaving' your face,
your mirror will tell
you so. You can see
lor yourself you are
In danger of losing
the admiration
which Is every wo
man's due. You
may not really real
ist it, but health Is
the greatest beautl-
fier la the world. Lotions, plasters, creams
and cosmetics cannot make as good a com.
plesion as health can. They cannot bide
the atory'of Ul-bealth. Thty merely era;
pbaslxe it Health, shows In clearness of
eyes and skin, in redness of Jips and vivao
Itr of manner and. expression. Disease i
8 roved positively oy lae aosence 01 laesc
dngs. When a woman sees, the indica.
tlons of M-heaUJi Utk ace, she may with
almost absolute certainty loo ic lor ue
; cause
Im am . Htl nt WA efttlfiitlOllA COtlliU
patlon. and derangement 6f the organs dis
tinctly fesslatee. Thes things & them.
selves arc la Mate decree related, and nine
tcaths of til tit lM of women come
from them. tfr. itoce'a Favorite Preicrlp.
Hon wilt cure pematly d positively
any so-called ''fcrnHe Complaint" Dr.
rierce'a Pleasant Pellets will Jure conitlpa,
tlon. There is no reason in the world why a
woman ahould not baoerfcetly Wealthy. It
rests wKt kernlf. It, she will take these
truly wonderful remedies, and follow a few
hygienic measures, she may become per
lectly stronff and healthy In sll ways. She
wlUgaln In health, strength and flesh.
Hollows and angles will give place to full.
aess and grace. She will be that noblest
and most beautiful of all creation- per.
feet woman. All dmasrUU sell Dr. Pierce's
.medicines, but If you care tp know more
about them aad to know all of the grandest
medical truths, send ai one-ceni suuap w
cover cost of mailing only, and a complete
copy of Dr. Plerce'a looB page book, "The
People's Common Seff Medical Adviser"
will be sent post-paid. It U a veritable
medical library, complete In one volume.
Several finely Illustrated chapters are de
voted to the consideration of diseases of
women and their successful home -treat,
went Adfcess, World's Dispensary Med
fcal AMeafctiee, Hi Xa& St, Sulo, N.Y.
cxact copy or wrapped.
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SEE
THAT THE
FAC-SIMILE
SIGNATURE
-OF
nrtT
A
IS ON THE
WRAPPER
OF EVEET
BOTTLE OB1
CASTORIA
Onitorla h nit an in cnt-iho bottlti enlv. Tt
Is not told in balk. Dcn't allow almost to tell
you anything tits en the plea or promho that it
is Jnit si Reed" and "will answer emr dm.
poie." S- Bee that yoa get 0-A.B-T.0-E.I.4.
' ' TtlBIIf.
LAWN MOWERS
HAY HAKES,
MACHINE OILS
and AXLE GREASE
GRAV BROS..
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware,
OR.
HAnnrM irnuc
LAWN SPRINKLERS,; SALEM,
niCYCLES.
SUNDRIES.
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING MOTEL OF THE CITY.
Reduced'rfttes. Management ltoeral. Electric cars leave hovel lor nil publlctbulldtncs
tndjpolnts of interest. Special rates will be ghen to permanent patrons.
A. I. WAGNER
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE
E CHansen, Manager-
Onlvcood hones used. Satisfaction guaranteed. Stable back of State Iruurnticc block
Our Service to
the South.
From hillings, Montona, and
alio irom su t'aui,
Route
Minn., the
maintains
Duallncton
throuQh train service to St.LouU
IsiiiiB I sHHiiiH
nuiuv
there connecting in Union
epot with an southern lines.
rhc route via St. Louis Is the
Mo
Dei
Tl
shortest, quickest and In every
way the kest to the south and
southeast, and travelers who
take any other do so without a
thorough understanding of the
fact, in the case.
A. C. SHELDON, G.A.,
l'oitland.Or.
N
ejSKiaiMsK
OflffSgg
PAGIFK mM.
RUNS
Pullman Sleeping Cars
ElegantiDinin" Qars
Tourist Sleeoitifr Carb
To St Paul, Minneapolis, Dalutb, iuo,
Grand rorki, t.rooicsion, Winnipeg,
Helena and Ilutte.
THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, uosion, ana an i umw
;East and South
HFor Information, tlmefcanll, maps an
tickets, call on or writs
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
0. R. & N. CO.
E. M'NEILL, RECEIVER.
AGENTS,
j6s Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Cbsrlton, Asst. Gen'l. JPau. Act.,
Morrison St.. corner Third Portland. Or.
For Delicacy,
for purity, and for improvement of tho com
plexion nothing equals Poaioxi'a Powpan.
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOIC
OF
Two Transcontinental
Route:,
vor Omaha and Kansas Ciiy.yLow rate; to
easternrcltles.
OCEAN DIVISION.
Portland San Fiancisco.
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock. Portland
July, a6, 31 and August 5,6, to, 15, 20, 25
and 30.
Fare Cabin, $; steerage, $2.50.
WILLAMETTE RIVEltQDIVISlON.
Steamers Ruth for Portland, Tuesday sud
Friday, at 7130 a. m.
For Corvallis Wednesday andJSaturday at
5 P'Im
Steamer Gypsy for Poeiland, Wednesday
and Saturday at 7130 a. m.
For Corvallis, Monday and Thursday at 5
p. m.
Lowest freight and passenger rates. Roond
trip tickets very cheap. '1 (ckets sold and
baggage cncckcu uirougu ia an poum wun
out extra transfer charges.
For full details call on Holse & Darker
agents, Salsm, Oregon, or address.
b ' V. H. HURL1IURT.
Gep'l Fas. Agt. Portland, Or
For full details call on or address
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest. LocalAgent
lOPD POISON
uaaBaiaiiajiIIaBWaMUWM
A 8PECIAL.T YoS
cored In 16 toU days. You can be treaisd ai
borne for same trie naiet saint jrua ran.
. ir.ntinnfrrtoeomahcrewswlllooau
LrmM in n railroad rareand bote I bllljikS
ebara. 1 f we f all to core. Itjoa havs Uieo aaer-
enry. lodl&e rotaah, ana suis nave, arnts ana
paJsa.Maeoasl'atches In ropnUi. Uorf Throat,
I'lmplee, Copper Colored Bpots, Ulecrji oa
MySoVthsr.UalrorKiybrow.fciUM.
eutTu b tbU Secondary HLOOU t'OISOM
SS rairanuo to cur.. We solicit tho moet oWi
Bate casM ana eualleneo the world for m
casaweeasBoteure. ailsdUeate baaalwan
Itkta ti skill or the most euUaeat piiyri-
li
BO!
ctens. es,tHM eepliu woina oar uoeonat.
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n DCAPI C'Q
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The Great One Cent Silver Daily The Only Associated Press
Silver Daily.
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Daily Capital Journal $3 a Year---Wee.klyJ,l.
POST THIS BILL.
Cut this out nnd post up In a conspicuous plnco whero It will bo
scon. All tho nssoclaUitl press pnpors In Oregon, oxcopt THE
JOURNAL, uro published in tho Interest of tho uold standard.
Send 25c in silver far tho dally ono month.
The Oregon Press Monopoly
Will not treat tho restoration of sliver fairly. It will not toll tho
pcoplo tho truth. It daro not, Tako a fair papor that gives tho
pcoplo's sldons well as tho Wall street sldo.
Are You a Patriot?
Help your country by clrculatlnu.tho onlyJAssoclatcd Tress Dally
In Oregon that advocates
Independent Bimetallism.
All the nows or tho great battle of thc-'pcoplo .forlsllvcr. Advo
cates tho Bimetallic Union of nil who-aro opposed to tho single
gold standard.
Do You FavorUnity and Harmony
as tho.wutchwordof tho pcoplciofiOrctfon?
Subscribe for the Capital Journal I
Daily thirty daysfor afeilvcr quarter.
Each lssucacoinploto history of tho -tiny nndj nj ffatllng'Suun of
arguments for tho pcoplo's cause. CZD
READ! READ! READJ!
Tho people aro churned with Ignoranco by tho gold press. This
Is n false charge. Wheiovor tho causo of free coinugo of gold and
Bllvor 10 to 1 Is most discussed and best understood It Is most pop
ulur and strongest with tho peoploj
Sixty Days for 50 Cents.
If you can't talk or wrlto for Bllverl'rcud'Jand -murkl-artlcles and
8end them tt your neighbors nnd friends sixty hot shot for 60o.
Cheapest political ammunition In tho country. Bend a silver
(luartcror half dollar and try It. Tho people must bo educated
und it Is your duty to help do.thls work for humanity.
i '
alone
owing
currency
WE DON'T WANT GOLD
o but wo wunt both gold and sIlver.QThere Is not gold enough In our country to pay. one-twentieth of tho
iJ In this country. If you want repudiation udvocato tho Blnglo gold HUindard. It means contraction of
ency, destruction of values, and repudiation, ilnvestlgatonnd you will Ixj convinced.
'MOFER BROS,,
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uHuit rasa uut Uiw kwuii
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Rublistxers, Salerr, Or.

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