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You Get t r ws a fet-sS Interested Daily Capital Journal. BY HOKBR BROTHBRS, TUESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1890. PRESIDENTIAL TICKET. For Indedcndcnt American Bimetallism and People's Government. For President, WILLIAM JENNINGS HRYAN, of Nebraska, For Vice-President, THOMAS WATSON, of Georgia. UNION PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, N. L. BUTLER, Polk County, Democratic. M.M.OLMSTED. Baker County, Peoples. HARRY W ATKINS, Yamhill Co., Peoples. E. IIOFER, Marion Co., Silver Republican. Don't shed any tears over John II. Mitchell: If he can't go to the benate again, ho is promised a cabinet place, and If McKlnley falls, the Southern Pacific will take-care of him. Oiganizn and enroll the people into Bryan clubs. Hold meetings at the country school houses and circulate literature. Do you want your liber ties burled under tlio British gold standard? ELDER BARKLEY'S MEETINGS. Hon. II. L. Barkley will speak as follows: Oregon City, September ioj Albany, Sep tember II ; Eugene, September i2;Corvallis, September, 14; Toledo, September 15; Lebanon, September 16; McMinnville, Sep. tember 17; Jefferson, September 18; Grant's Pass, September 22; Clatskanie, September 24; Kalnma, Wash., September 26. Uso money Ilunna cries. and organize, Mark Will Mark Hanna's, agents organize the hop pickers at 25 cents u box? Farmor Geor's heart would havo bled at Salem Saturday 1 he had boon present to hear Mayor rennoycr dish up "ioast banker." rPlwt Win, I if n Inf. if nl1 utnt.i Iwmci rats, Republican crumb-pickers and aristocrats organizing a "Working man's club!" There Isn't a one of them ever Intends to do a lick of work If McKlnley lb elected. 194, but compared with last year would show an Increase of 2,300,000 bales which in the iS'ew York market at present prices would represent a value of $81,000,000. Cotton, how ever, Is the only product that Is sell ing as high as at this time last year. Wheat is 7 cents a bushel, or 13 per cent., lower, and the government re port indicates a decrease of 7 per cent In the -yield. There Is an indicated harvest of 2,154,000,000 bushels of corn, which is a traction 01 1 per cent., more than last year's; but the price In this market today Is just one-third less than It was a year ago. Oats promise the same yield as last year, but the price of these also is a third lower. The value of this year's yield of these three cereals, estimated at present prices in this market, would be $435,000,000 less than if they could be sold at the prices current a year ago. There is every prospect of very satisfactory harvests, but prices are certainly very low." Is It a wonder that farmers want bimetallism, when they get $435,000, 000 Jess forthelr oats, corn and wheat In 1890 than In 1895? But the gold standard banker and broker element and their clients are the gainers that much. How long the producing ele ment will permit the goldltes to grind their faces rcmaius to be seen. Today the farmers In the Grande Bonde Val ley arc telling, their wheat at 30 to 32 cents a bushel. Will the Oregonlan and Statesman answer the facts stated In the New York ITerald, their gold standard yoke-fellow, if they can? Today's quotations of corn In Chi cago are 20 cents a bushels! This is a great reward for the husbandman's toil! A few more facts, and they are facts, and neither the Oregonlan or any other gold standard editor can dispute them, for they are taken from the Chicago dally market reports: Din 1870 wheat sold at $1.08-10 a bushel, In 1895, at 50.9 cents. In 1870 tho farmer realized 37.0 cqnts per bushel for corn, 05.0 cents for rye and 33.1 cents for oats. In 1895 he received but 20.4 cents for corn, 44 cents for ryo, 19.0 cents for oats. In 1879 003 bushels What doe-, .lack Webb want? Don't he know It would be better for him ir lie had to pay twice as much for a sack or flour and all other pro ducts In proportion? Don't lie know the Republicans piomKe (lie farmers 20 cents a pound for wool ir McKlnley Is elected? What ails .Jack Webb? The farmer gets so little for his products he can't employ labor or buy manufactured products. The laboring men are driven from the country to the cities and not half can be employed there. What do the watered-stock manipu lators and bond-speculators caic for Jack Webb? If the corporation can get a cheaper man, Jack Webb goes, and they will get cheaper men unless the farmer can employ labor. See. M in your work when you clean with Gold Dust Broilers, boilers, pots and pans, skillets, kettles, buckets, and cans become clean at a touch, soot is quickly removed, grease dislodged when you use Gold Dust DUST TO&9H1NQ POWDER. is indispensable for cleaning kitchen uten sils, paint and woodwork. Gets the dirt off. Nothing in it to grit. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. St Louis, Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco. MR. DOWNING OF STATE STREET Desires to Call Some One a Liar in Print. Editor Journal: Referring article in Friday evening's with reference toa meeting held Of course, tho silver people have too much sense to put up a banner over the Arkansas olectlon. It has much significance from the fact that the Populists made no canvass and that thoro is not tlio usual cry of fraud. Tho Bryan campaign committee at Portland is organized nt last. But tho people are not deponding on any machine or barrel In this campaign. The people are going to help them selves, and do not depend on any bos ses or managers, anymore than Bryau does. Tho Oregonlan begins to cry down tho state fair races very early this year. Thodatosctlscertainlyoutof tho way of tho Portland exposition. Rev. Father Nugont, who Is going to support MoKlnloy agrees with Rev. Geo. W. Grnnuls on politics If lie don't on tho public bchool question. The Japancso are planting a big colony In Mexico to ralso colrco, cot ton and other productsjfor tho markets of tho world on a silver basis. Cheap labor and demonetized silver makes a competition that will drive the Amer ican farmor to tho poor house. Rem edy: Restoro silver. Lark Bllyou and his fellow workers are organizing Lane county by jro clucts for Bryan. Each county must bo organized to fight Its own battle, Add our country to tho gold stand ard nations by your vote for MoKlnloy tills full and muko gold dearer, silver cheaper and tho conditions of life harder for all humanity. The senatorial boo Is said to bo buzzing in tho brain of Lord, Ford, Tongue, Dolph, to say nothing of gentlemen with two and three sylabcs in their names. OIHOPOaLXL. v - 1. . z& - TTf? - ' The Salem club of aristocrats and olllce-holdcrs, that lies awake nights sleepless out of solicitude as to how the laboring man shall vote, is going to dress tho working men up In uni forms for campaign parades. Tho Bryan men will vote in tholr old clothes, dusty shoes, and a clear con- bolenco. WEAK ME CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. YlcttaM of Lot AUntiood ihoulj uil nt once tor n txxsc thAtcxplnlusliow lull wnuiy viuor is oasil,, qutcEly nnd pormunently ntorixl. houmrt HUirurluir from vvecknci: can nf fortl lo lifuoui tUU tttuoly nJUec. ltook tells how full strenffth. drt. reionraent and tono ttro Imported to every portion of tho holy. Bent with positive trooU(eAled)rM toanyuumounprdlcaUoo. ERIE MFJ1I0AL 00., BUFFrUO.N.Y. of wheat would have paid a $1,000 of Interest on our indebtedness or re deemed a thousand dollar bond. In 1895 It would have taken 1,965 bushels. And of corn It would have taken 3,788 bushels In 1895 when it took 2,007 bushels In 1879, of ryo 2,273 bushels to cancel an indebtedness of a $1,000 when It took but 1,524 in 1879 and of oats 5,025 in place of 3,021. Look at It another way: an average Held of 88 acres planted equally with corn, wheat, rye and oats produced crops in 1870 of tho value of $1,000 or sufficient to redeem a $1,000 of our Indebtedness. In 1895 It would taken the cntlio product of a field of 1531 acres to raise the same $1,000 and re-, deem tho same bond that tho ex penditure of labor and energy spent on a field of 88 acres would havo sufficed to ralso In 1879. And if we look at It from the standpoint of a planter wo find that to pay a $1,000 bond In 1894-5 It would have taken tho product of 91 acres of cotton, whereas, In 1878-79, 52 acres would have sufficed. These facts are taken from official sources. No man can truthfully deny them. Nor can he deny that the Willamette farmer got 80 to 00 cents a bushel for his wheat In 1881. What does ho get now? About 40 cents. Wo aro not surprised that the farmer is for bimetallism. Now Thc Joubnal will ask tho gold standard orators to tell tho people how tho farmers of our country can employ labor at cash wages, or buy manufactured goods at tho stores freely, unless they cau get better prices for their farm products? to an issue at the Rickey school house for discussion of political Issues, said article being signed "One Who Was There," will you kindly allow me space to say that the only clement of truth in said article is contained in the statement that such meeting was held and was attended by the Populists and silver Republicans named, Mr, Geer, by challenge for discussion and a num ber of gentlemen for Salem. That aqy of the visitors were disorderly or discourteous to any one of the speak ers Is emphatically denied. The ob ject of this article is to publicly brand, "One Who Was There" as a malicious liar and thc name of the person making the charge of false hood against him is II. C. Downing, No. e State street. The Journal presents the Union electoral ticket which will be opposed to the McKlnley gold standard elect ors in Oregon this fall. Bryan news papers are requested to print it. It is headed by a Union soldier, and all four electors are regularly nominated by the Democratic and People's party committees. The editor of The Jour nal was put on as a silver Republican by the Democratic and Populist com mittees and must have a petition signed by 250 voters. Please call an3 sign the same at this office. Not only thc secret societies, the patriotic orders, but even some of churches are being Mark Hannalzed; Systematic appeals go forth from pulpit politicians: "Stand by the church." They not only talk politics on Sunday, kneel down to the golden calf, but are polling their free silver members' to make money scarcer, when only the richest metropolitan churches can pay their preacher's salary. The dirty work of making the poor old Union soldier veterans slgif Mark Hanna's rolls, under threat of lo-itig their pensions, is only surpassed by the newest order, which is to organize the war widows and make their bons too toe the Mark (Ilanna) for the gt Id standard. Not even a widow 1s site from these political ravishers. Bucklf-n s Arnica Salve The best Salve in the wuilu foi Cuts Sores, Sores, Ulcers. Sill Rlitu i Frvxi and all Tetter. Chapped hand.,, C!itll! (in. Bruises, Skin Eruptions, and posiuvsl) cure Piles or no pay required. It is guirs ntetd t Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents a box For sale by Fred A LegK PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. regon, 1,1896.) Mr. C. W. Wheeler, of Waltsburg, editor of the Times, has been sued for libel to the amount of $15,000, the charge being made that the Rev. Mr. Tlcknor was a vllifier of women ana children. A Bryan club was formed at Goshen with a largo list of members. miM'mw It Is publicly stated that a loan of $2,500 made out of tho state school fund on a farm In Easto'rn Oregon was recently foreclosed aud bold out for $700. Tho state's attorney asks a fee of $500, Qthcr expenses $300. Tho 6tato losses luterest, principal and is $100 in tho hole besides) "If Eric is in ro bust health, and has slept well, and is at the top of his con dition at his depart ure from Greenland, his ships will reach Newfoundland. But, take out Eric and put in a strong er man Biom or Thorfin and the amps wiin just as much ease will reach Labrador and New England." Emerson was right. The stroneer a man is the fuller his chest is, the sounder his heart ana Drain and lungs are. the further he will sail on the ocean, the higher no win sail jn Hi balloon, and the deeper he will dive into the intricacies of his business or profes sion. A man's glory is his strength. The worm nas small use lor weaklings, and, it must be said, sickly people have little use for the world. But, sickness la generally an unnecessary evil. It is almost a crime against nature to be ill. If you are ill and feel repentaat, anxious to undp the mis chief; take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, Don't be despondent because your grandfather died of consumption or oronenms. or some outer equally frightful throat or lung trouble. There is no need of hereditary consumption. Purify your blood with "Golden Medical Discovery," iucu ihkc more nt 11 10 inorougo sucnguicn ana uuiiu up your wnoie Oody through the purity and strength of your blood. There is nothing miraculous about the 'Discovery." It Is a compound of cura tives skillfully blended. Jt will cure oS per cent, of all cases of consumption if it la honestly used. Would you know yourself? Send ai one-cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only, and get Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser. In the reading of this book of 1008 pages is a medical education. It is a complete family doctor book, written In plain language that everybody can un derstand, and profusely illustrated. Ad dress, , Wokld's Dispensary Mkdical ASSoiatjon;j JaJn gt, Buffalo, N, Y. JOHN HUGHES, 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, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PICKLING CUCUMBERS I have a fine lot of pickles for sale at my place near thc penitentiary. Five cents per gallon. 911m A. N. BANTA. TAKEN UP., Two horses, one brown with white spot in forhead, left hind foot white One bay, both hind feet white and branded on left shoulder. Horses are about 4 years old and weigh about 1,500 and 1,300 pounds. The above stock was taken up at Lafe Townsend's farm 10 miles north of Salem. By proving property and paying damages and expenses owner can have same. 8 29 im J. W. TOWNSEND. FoR SALE- Driving mare for sale at a bar gain; weight about n 00; good traveler, In : ot vi quire 1 vm. Brown & Co. 30 tf CARPET PAPER Large lot ol heavy brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jus the thing for putting under carpets. Call a Journal office. PLOW FOR. SALli A good riding plow for sale cheap. Inquire of G. E. Payne, one mile east of penitentiary. Payne, one ot wit WANPLiJ. Solicitors for campaign book "Bryan, Sewall and Free Silver," authored by Bryan, written by R. L. Metcalf, Editor Omaha World-Herald, appointed author by Bryan. Contains speeches ami platform. A bonanza for agents, a free silver mine for workers. Only $1,50. The only autnorized book, so per cent. Credit given. Freight paid. Outfit free. Begin now with choice of territory. Permanent, profitable woik for '96. Address" The National Bcok Conce n, Star Building, Chicago. 8 10-301 The Rosy Freshness Ana a velvety soilness o rlably obtained by those complexion powder. rreshness """I of U10 skin is Inva-1 le who uso Poztoni'd I Office of the Secretary of State. Salem, Oregon Sept. 1. 18 Sealed proposals will be received at this ouice uniu noon, novemuer z, 1090, 10 turn ish the following articles for the State of Ore gon for the use of tho loth Biennial Session of the Legislative Assembly: 35 reams legal cap, 14 lbs. No. 7 ruling wnite lam, jam, unarter uaic or scotch linen. 30 reams first class Congress note, 7-pound packages, No. 7 ruling, white laid. 20 reams letter pai-er, 12 lb,", No. 7 ruling white laid, Carcw, Charter Uak, or bcotcli linen. 20 reams of typewriter, letter size, Paragon letter wove No. $yt. 20 reams typewriter, legal size, Paragon, letter wove No. 3. 6 reams typewriter, legal size, Paragon, letter wove No. 1. 6 boxes Little's Satin finish carbon, blue, size 8 x 10VJ. 6 boxes Little's Satin finish carbon, blue, size tix 13. 10,000 No. 6 1 2 envelopes, 60 lbs. No. 1, rag XXX. 12 Gross railroad steel pens, No. 49. 20 Gross Gillott's steel pens, No. 404. 4 Gross Gillott's steel pens, No. 303. 8 Gross Esterbrook "J"' pens 6 Gross Falcon steel pens, No. 048. 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Probate steel pens No. 313. 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Judge's Quill Steel pens No. 312, 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Chancellors steel pen No. 239. 6 Gross London Incandescent, M. Jacob's No. 4. 2 Dozen Sanford's Cardinal ted ink, pints 5 Gross pen holders, black enamel, large. 10 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands, No. 558. 4 Dozen Peck, Stow & "Wilcox's inkstands, No. 554. 10 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands, No. 420. i2.Dozen ivory folders, 9-inch standard. 4 Dozen ivory folders, lo-inch Congress. 4 Dozen mucilage cups, No. 8, Morgan's patent. 10 Dozen mucilage stands, reservoir, No, fi, Morgan's patent. 3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper, 140 lbs. assorted colors. 2 Gross No. 2 Eagle recorder lead pencils, style 660. 5 Dozen Sanford's premium fluid, quarts. 2 1-2 Dozen Stafford's writing fluid, quarts. 15 Dozen gummed stub files, No. 21,11 x 15 incnes, 500 pages. 4 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter clips, legal size. 20 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter clips. 15 Dozen Faker's rubber rulers, 14-inch flat. 15 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149, bone. 3 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18, 149, ebony. 70 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, assorted sizes. 5 Gross Faber's lead pencils. No. 2, hexa. gon, gilt. 12 Gross Faber's lead pencils. No. 2. round. gilt. 20 Dozen Faber's patent ink and pencil VtftllA AMrihA... - .. A tf-''"1' tuuwet ctuscr. mammum. 3,000 McGill's patent paper fasteners'No. 2 flat head. 3,000 McGill's patent paper fasteners, No. 2 round heads, white. 3,000 McGill's patent paper fasteners.No. 4, fiat head. IS Dozen table pads to hold paper, 19x20 inches, strong leather tips, 15 Dozen waste paper baskets, cross-bar No. 4. 3 Dozen waste paper baskets, small, No, 1 1, round. 29 lbs, hemp twine No. 2. 4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts. Bids should be marked "Proposals for .Sta tionery," None burthe best quality of goods will be accepted. The right to rej ct any or all bids is e served. All the above articles to be deliv. red at Salem on or before December 15,1896. There being at the present time no money available for paying for the above supplies, bids will only be accented under the express condition, agreement and understanding that the successful bidder will look to, and de pend upon the next legislature appropriating money 10 pay me Claim, Very respectfully, H. R. KINCAID, 9-5-2m Secretary State, -. h. mac - DENTIST Successor to Dr. 1 m it- VJ " Comer, Salem. Or . 'v. JKM. oU operations at modertt- f In espec ml ,." fct " tor S."? I - t - Mwt. tl 1 nauun nWMK m WIIH, Carriaee an ,. , street, opposite bute ? J Bring in wortf Ul? jj? Dtfi-r-'UOB hi,,... WRGkEf t-fsztxryj i' -fRESs Meets all rnasl and nis ! eandexpresstoK V 'rompt servfr t-i. 'J P1'.1? of tie ?. rompt service. TrUnv.::'.1: w t-uuirewo 7,, JAMES Ra Somt3i.,... .1. , IJJ, fn f7.7.:'. .' lnc wt meil town for 15c. I "esatrvn..,.j.. ' ' it CI KKIM It S. KICHAfensriM ... U? Second door north of 11,.., VJT.. "' nil lir IKlff !3?"FREE DELIVERY VOLZ 4 MIESCKE PrKI Dealars in all kinds of fresh v,l ,.. ISP-Fresh sausage a ,J, ' J7lCOMMERClALsr7' "KiNDERGaH; .Mrs C. M. Onlc will re.or.n ,.. 1.., gnrton in the Congregational chnrch -XI on September 21. jjgl iONEYT9L0i on tarm land security. Spenal rates on larze loans. I.. Bush consideicd without delay . . ... HAMILTON 4 MOU Bank buildinS. MONEY TO LOAN! On city or farm property. Over Buh's Bank, .K.FOiqj T- H HAAS, WATCHMAKER AND JEfftLER, Makes a spwlaity of fine repair work, Sell Thomas clocU, etc, 215 Commercial Sjs I C. H. LANE, HffiaUNrTlDI iti l" 1 un-Tciil st, SiUiiiOr ("p-hnlls, Sis upwards. I'antsS upwtndrj "I bring you good tidings of great jotJ I which shall be unto all peupte. A "BIBLE KEY' "The Plan of the Aces." This is the best work on the Bible, en issuer! from the Dress. It cives a complete explanation of all the doctrinal snbjectscj the holy scriptures, presenting me aw harmony, simplicity aud beauty cfWl plans for the redemption of the btsn family from sin and death. TheTOrt complete in three (3) volumes, all for Ji. Address T. H. LLOYD, 164 Waller jwt, Salem, Ur. i"i ' 50 66HK ON THE DOLLAR Ed S, Lamport 289 Commercialjst, Haslbought thc Frank E Sha& fer andtheM.Beamcfharn stocks at forced sale, JWJ worth otTOodswiUbsdispew of at 50 cents on the dollar. Sign of the White Horse Salem SteamLaondry TMMMNMMIiM tBt FOUNTAIN ! 7 f hm&&tca39C t5 i'mmmtfmmimfzm M onc-hau size of pox fffiWMM WmKz&lP H pozzoni's I Ir i COMPLEXION POWDEEiS ff ' H V rcfrMh!01 c9mp'."h" Io vder-beautUrlaff , tf 2 fj A delicate,' IntblWo pruictl" n'unbo Sm"" 2 M?KKBSED2fK f Wi.t.o.-t 4 .KHIfcBBflAaaiiEi i --:""". "" I'UjmwRittnmiin J Mv;.?m".a GOU I'll'' P box la clica ire of cbarire. X JATDBrjaaisTs fancy stobes. J Pieasenoticefthecutinpfltf iUt tVillnwinPi w o Joca3 Shirts, plain t'toiot6 Under drawers Jitoioe65 Under shirts .,& Socks, per pair '"".ice Handkerchiefs. ','.'. -3 Sillc nanoKercuic". ..; pj, uao, Sheets and pillow slips 24 BtJ P" r and other work in proportion. , 1- Ainther work tfj telhgently washed by hf$ Col J. Olmsted ft SALEM WATER CO, 187 Commercial street Officei WtllameileHoielB'ju For water semce VW" fiic .m,. moPthlv in avo' " complaints at the office. lte, r There U1 be no tiedacuanu on account of temporary ,ie c6 citv unless notice is "LiVfll ; Hereafter water for lrn ,j furnished to oSSctd for domestic purpoe. .V,iDpkJ walk., brickwork ana P-?-rte,i: !:f Jirff ifcviwv " tf tSalemfOregcn, w - r" ( Ag-".qfca.LJ .. . - M ! '-.iIm 1SJEU& iimiMtei 'mi iiffW.