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I k lv ;s uv aJ V Daily Capital Journal. BY HOPBR BROTHERS, ' Wednesday jan. 27, J8&7. ROTHSCHILD PURPOSE OF A CONSTITUTION. The leililaturfl ghould organize at bVi oocc It Is a duty that follows taking the oath and certificate of election. It is the sworn duty as well as the moral duty of each repre."cntatl re elect to proceed at once to qualify, attend and participate In the work of temporary organisation. The only guide for the organization of the Iioum or senate Is the constitu tion of the state, and in using that instrument a legislature that sits for forty days Is the sole Judge and Inter prefer of the organic law, In that It Is the sole Judge of the election and I qualifications of its members. It is not Intended that appeals can to per fected to the supreme court within the forty days that limit the scwsloti of the legislature oyer questions of const ru In? the constitution. If the members disagree as to the construc . tlun thef place on the constitutional provisions relative to organization. It Is a misfortune, but without unani mous consent no Judicial opinion can be had to help them out. Every member ought abovo nil things to Insist upon exact compliance with the terms of the constitution In forming the organization, as failure to do so would lead to the gravest difficulties, and would disturb the legality of the entire state government. Hut the difficulty at Salctn Is not a question of obtaining a judicial opin ion. It Is a political question. Let us assume that Senator Mitchell were to die or resign and retire from poll tics. It Is pOHsIblo the legislature would BStctuble at once. This would bo possible beyond a doubt In case of Senator Mitchell's death, but for one other obstacle, and that Is the fear that alt the platform promises of re form and retrenchment would utterly fall to be redeemed, as has happened before. Let us look at tho last two Ilepnbllcan legislatures for a moment. Wcro thoy not elected upon specific platform pledges of economy and re form ? Were they not reckless In making appropriation and expendi tures for unnecessary purposes? In the last house a majority composed of antl-Dolph Republicans nod Populists wero nblo to block tho vlclsus legisla tion undertaken by the senate. That majority also kept down thootpenso of clcrk-hlro, abolished the railroad commission, trimmed the frills oft tho appropriation bill and then all these 1 things were restored by tho senate. What assurance have a reform major ity of the lower house this time that if they can organlzo and pass remedial legislation, that the senate will con cur? None whatever. Judging from experience, nothing but an Indepen dent reform organization of tho house- jsVorUithatlnB. Then why not organize ? Hero is i jUjo point at Issue: tho -constitution Is not for the .purpoo of burdening thq people with commissions and abuses. Tho constitution alms to protect tho people against extrava gance and robberies. When a constl- i tutlon only scrre the purpose of boodle It U unworthy tho namo it fbeara It Is not n constitution. It Is an Imposition. The legislature should novr?b organized In either branch 9 an Imposition on the people. Tho institution Is to protect tho people against Imposition. The only way rMtp.protect tho people against unjmt, extravagant and Illegal appropriations (la to employ the constitution to pro tect them. Even the regular Hepub- v r jlcan member In tho house and sen? ' ate admit this. They aro Introducing alljsortti of reform bills, that they only sneered at u few years ago. (y Sotuaof them nre,lntroduoing these bills sincerely. They have been edu- . ted Uy the prntsuiv of public en tluient to demand things which a fw r ry$$r ago were only to bo fouud in ' ftipullsl platforms. They were finally I yfyuU Republican platforms, but were nut put in for any other purpose but 'iti wr' WW Now yfljen these gen tlemen declared last that they aro lu iuad cynics tt tho people tianlly know how to Uke them, but Judging from shams! You dorlot man what you sayl We prefer no Icgis'ajiurefto being lurtuer deceived with pjatform prom-1 lavs mduu never in uc Kept, anu ueaiu bed repentance-, come loo late to do us anygowl. " -.. . So a constitutional organization means a reform -organization tholHis.PIan.to. Ally-England, With the genuine imng composed of genuine men. Constitutions are not ordained Oq the American Future. tc legalize wrongdoing. A constltu tlon made by a free people Is a Sacred thing. It Is to be respected by courts and lawmakers. ;iC United States, The San Francisco Examiner printed an extented account, the It Is to be kept In othorday,of the manner in which the tho letter and tho spirit. It is for the protection of the minority as woll as the majority, for the salvation of the pcopIeastheMjcurltyof the politician. There l a reasonable ground for In telligent men to stand upon But It is not outside the plain language and Intention of the constitution. Poor, old, out-of-date and derided and over ridden as it ls.it will provorafe enough (a check until a bolter one can be made. The people should not become al.jr.ucd or excited. The executive. Judicial, clinrltable, educational and eleemosynary Institutions of the state will not bo abandoned, or fail to be provided lor. The state government will stand If men are seeking tonnake a force and set aside the organic law for political purposes. Billies, The Salem Club Program For Thursday Night Is the Roth child Family. The Salem Hlmotalllc Union Is to have several speeches from members of the legislature and a musical pro gram at their next meeting. The special subject for papers and discussion Thursday evening, Janu ary 28, at 7:.T0 p. m., at their hall In Turner block, is "The Rothschild Family." The public arc invltod to attend these meetings which arc nonpartisan. Members of tho club have been as signed topics as follows, to be treated In a paper or speech of from live to ten minutes: 'The Ilebrow Genius for Finance," if. r 4i KfJ . "Historical Sketch of the Ilouse of Ilothschlld,"Mrs. It. 11. Leabo. "Rothschild and Xanoloon ." On. P. Cadwcll. "Tho Rothschilds in Germany and Austria," Mrs. J. R. Falrbunk. "Connection of Rothschilds 1th English Finance," Hon. W. T. Rlgdon. "Social nnd Domestic Life or tho Rothschilds." Mrs. John Rayne. "Aio the Rothschilds a Necessity to Our Civilization?", Judge R. P. Rolse. "AroCulturo and Social Position Dependent on Wealth ?", Mrs. Ollvo S. England. "To What Extent Aro Great For tunes Dependent on Law?", Hon. Wm. II. Holmes. "l)o RothschlldsProduco Tramps?1 Mrs Geo. L. Drown. Rothschilds had practically dictated the terms of the arbitration treaty In the Venezuelan affair, and that the purposo of the treaty was to form a closer alliance between England and our country asthe bast Ki.Wn.irrl nr the Rothschild's financial Interest. "Sow comos the further new that. Baron Nathan Rothschild has been making some oracular utterances In regard to America. Its Industrial con ditions and Its future policies. lie looks to the Mississippi valley as the center of the greatest activities In the lumru anu not 10 ine .Eastern sea board or to the Western. East of the Rocky mountains he says more aro great central regions of "concentrated resources" the first of these Is the mountain and mineral re gion of the South, reaching Into t.ic coal fields of Ohio and Pennsylvania. This region comprises about 130,000 square miles. That region, settled as thickly as Massachusctts.wlll support 20,000,000 people, or settled as thickly as Saxoney It will contain nearly 100, 000,000. "Its natural resources," he says, "are all of thehlghest class and constitutes a natural magazine and workshop not equaled elsewhere in the world." The second of the three regions he located alout the .great lakes and of this Onicago Is the point of greatest uuiiuc-mruuon. u.nis region tie says Includes part of the British dominion. The dlfforoncos In the lake levels he rogards as sources of unlimited power, which some day will be utilized. The third region he locates around Stt .L.OU.S ana mis Includes the coal, of Illinois and Missouri, the cattle ranges Jo the west and the agrlcural regions, of the surrounding states In cluding Iowa, cf course. These are the contcrs of future Industry in this country, according to Baron Roths child who Is a cloc observer and pro photic Investor. Suit Instiuted. Wm. King and James Morris have begun a suit for damages against Hattio M. .Jackson, Judgment being desired for tho sum of 9500 with the usual costs In such cases. Tho action Is based on an alleged breach of contract on tho part of tho defendant In the leasing of some or her land to the plat n 1 1 17s. Many a nervous woman alts np all tbe night anil tru to read hewelf alecpy Nine to one tbe don't accomplish her purpose. Nine to one, the ccts mote and more ncr voua. The alightest aound strikes terror to her heart The dark comers of the reom contain a thooMnd fright. She ilonn'I know what the ia afraid of, but the i afraid, actuUy,honeUjr.nervouy,aWcctlyairU. iicauny women are not coworus it a wo- Readlng the baron's notes on America, one sees but little hope for New York. He says that the true linos of commorcoare not thoc which cross the continent from oast to west, from New York to San Francisco with their high grades, but the lines that utilized the low grades between the high "mountain regions and the niiier b)-s. xno st. Lawrence is to be tho outlet northeastward and the Mississippi southward. Transporta tion along that ways, he says, can be carried on at a trilling cost compared with the present systems -across the mountains to the Atlantic "The level lands of the Mississippi river will give oheap competing rail and I water carrying facilities for tho cur rent of trade that must change toward the south when the isthmithlan can als are completed." Baron Roths child simply seas what has beeu seen in this country for some time and re- thatpartof the world. Their num bers are large and they are learning' the use of modern inventions. Under I the conditions the western nations can nardly hope to compete with them. Rothschild put his views in the following words: If Great Britlan can ally herself with the United States to take up the new field, she can well afford to step out of Asia and North Africa, Increase her power and wealth In tbe Western world, while European countries are struggling with the changing condi tion of the Eastern hemisphere, and come back for her share of it when European and Oriental readjustment w6rk and perils are over. . . i In the UnltcdStatesalonetnc open Ingupofthe regions Indicated will afford a field for investment and work In financing and organization much greater In volume than has been afforded by the devlopment of the United States during the last half century, ana Spanish-America Is an unlimited field. The development of the United States will of Itself develop British America. These views may throw some light on recent peaceful intentions on the part of England and United States Is England trvlntr to secure ioint con trol of portions of North and South America? "If Great Britain can ally herself with the United States," then England can let the other European nations fight it out in Asia and Africa England's holdings in Asia have been sources of great wealth and power to her, buttheyare beset with increasing difficulties. Even the famine in Iudia, which she Is going to relieve, with the aid of other nations, Is weakening the power of the British In that part of the world. England's aggressions northward were stopped by Russia, acting in harmony with the Chinese government. In Africa they ha,ve been checked by the Boers and that fatal repulse has exerted a large influ ence to discredit and to weaken English influence on that continent A few checks like that would dispel the delusion that tbe arms of England are Invincible. If ahandful or farmers can hold In check the power of En gland there are others can do so and will be willing to try the experiment. All these things have a tendency to discourage England In the Orient. Rothschild now wants England to withdraw and after the costly read justments have been made step in and take her share of the benefits. That is decidedly English. Hut Is the United States ready to enter Into a partnership with England on this continent? Is England the power that can be trusted implicitly in such partnership arrangements? And do we need anally on this con tinent? Does it not appear as If Eng land which once denied the Monroe doctrine now wants to get inside and then help to keep the other European nations out? That Is the way it looks "" e unuea stales can cope with the civilization of this continent unaided. She has made a good begin ning. The fact that England Is will Ing to treat with her and to recognize her power shows that we have made 320HS ,ul,ww.. ...... Stt , (BUCKWELUS J y iB ma HuUH3R!K - DKNTIS1! Cifceor to Di. ). M. Keene, oil iVinfr. Salem. Or. Panic desirirm . jperatioiu at moderate fees in any h al aespeciai-reijuwi. MM-TO 10 I'leniy of money on pood secur J A lar.e quantity ol l.ln I for sale low fiirur ami on rniv terms. I IIXMILfON &MJ Room S IjoM I anic omiuing. Too will find one eovpon Initd each two ounce bag, and two coupon Inalda eacb fonr onnee bag of Black well' Durham. Bay a bag of thU celebrated tobacco and read the coupon which glTes a lift of ralnable prea- eata and bow to get them. MORTGAGE LOA L EGISLAT ES Senators Are Being Elected, -The Political Mills Are Slowly Grinding a Grist of Senators, Succeeds Himself. Carsox, jScv., Jan. 27. Senator Jones received a majority In both houses-for United States senator. HoW It Stands in Olympia. Oltmpia, Jan. 27. The 10th joint ballot, resulted as follows: Turner 30, Cline 39, Squire 5, Wlnsor 1, Daniels 11, Rogers 3, Denny,26, Maple 1, Al?x ander 1. The result of the 17th joint ballot was: Cllne 42, Turner CO, Denny 26. Squire 5, Daniels 2, Wlnsor 3,ttogers 2. Cline voted for Wlnsor saying he did not believe he could he elected himself, and released his friends from further supporting him. This follows out the agreement that he was to be supported for so many ballots only. The assembly then adjourned. Idaho. Boise, Idano, Jan. 20. Clagett got twenty-nine on the first ballot, and. liiirty-one on the second. Dubois got twenty-six on each. Nelson, thirteen on the first, twelve on the second. Succeeds Vilas. Madison, W., Jan. 27. Both houses again voted for John C. Spooner for United States senator. Washington, Jan. 27. The Demo crats of Idaho sent a dispatch to Sen ator Jones,onhe national committee, Informing him that his Interference, Inbehalfcf the election of Dubois, was unwarranted. Senator Jones replied as follows: "My actlon.and that of the prominent Democratic members nf the national committee, was in no sense an Interference in local affairs. Prominent Republicans abandoned their party and gave hearty support to the platform and nominations ofithe Chicago convention, and it will be, in my oplnlon.an exceedingly narrow and un-democratlc course for the party to fall to testify its appreciation of such conduct. "We cannot discriminate against such men without harm to a great cause, wo nave Deen acting iur me cause and not for any man, for a whole country, and not for a state. The question is not and cannot be confined to Idaho. We, therefore, urge that our friends In Idaho shall not lose sight of the effect of their action on the whole country, and our great cause in their effectment over local affairs. Ilavlng proposed for weeks to vote for a Populist satisfac tory to you, and being denied an op portunity to do so, the Democrats cannot be charged with the violation of any agreement referred to." Catarrh in the Head Is a disease that may lead to cosump ilon. Catarrh is caused by impure blood, and the true way to cure It is by purifying the blood. Hood's Sarsa parilla cures catarrh because It re moves the canse of It by purifying tho blood. Thousands testify that they have been cured by Hood's Sarsa parilla. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and do not mir?c, pain or gripe. All druggists. 25 cents. On in i lc properly at J per cent. Oi ,nil tin ny at S per cent. 2l Inm n iiiv'-I-ts. Insurance cfTecrecl co.-ipanics, JOHN' O I.ruk'-r. room No. 2, I, it h lin j W'S -MM W'UZ A MIESCKL Proof. ) Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt til Lard in bulk, 7c a lb. Cheapest meat u! own lryinem. 171 commercial st. Up town shop near car barn on State , REMOVED from Pohlo's old stand, to two doors west of tho engine house. We will be pieasea to meet ail our customors at sam siana, wnere we will be prepared iu uu KL'iiunu renairinL' ann tinrsc. shoeing. 1 51m Glovek & Pcgh. SAF.1 M WATIf in I :r Office: Willamette Hotel Buildiri' For water service apply at "office. navable monthly in advance. MA, complaipts at the oliice. C. H. LANE, RQUNTTl 111 21 1 Commercial st., Salen Or pySuits $15 upwards. Pants? upwanJi BREWSTER & WHITE 1 All kinds of grain feed, ha, straw! etc.. at lowest prices. I ot COURT ST, - SAll ninnn iin nm? wm JAPAN TRADING Cl 208 V, COMMMERCIAL ST.. SALE Finest bamboo furniture, Japanese OJ toys eic., ror Mondays. unly stnre in town Will be sold especially 1 for Christmas trade. Lowest prices onerea lor Dest stock in this line. 12 I OASTOHIA. Oi fie- 1 u UUUIle) JJnfDl I -1.. . m& mm bd For service for the season. Call nt Ii4 meat market, corner Center nnd Thirt street, finest miik stock in Orep on. 11 M MEAT M i.est Meats in the city. Prompt cielfl v-ome uiock snop. court Stteet Shop. I r&DUH.ln, ft GEO. NO. toe STATP. STHPirf , Will be pleased to meet all my old pi "W,T Huailca. nrsi-cioss work I aniced at popularr prices. .Shaying 10 t j "w. wiiu iriai on yob inillr. rttrxih,. .. 1 ...wHiv ivjiuiai uiiirannrrf E?Baths only 15 cents zr im utO. W. PLASTER, Ptl CURED ATT3 YEARS. Dr. M1I Ni-w ti,w f ...... such a good and favorable beginning. neW, The Americans are ., iim ,M,. Z.l mJSASVIVtJt . v jvu.vua ui hui rjvirt rw.".r;H"r'i" "JuTercome. Who England and also a little mistrustful of tho Kothschllds. man it nervous and leep!e and afraid of ! 1,. itntlinhtiiis n-.. .. . . the nutle of her own dres. there is ome, '" "oluCHI notos that he also at- uunp me matter un uer Tbe tnott deli, trout 03 nart of anr LkI ,i.. , rate nerTC In her body are t on edee by ",wuuirfc " Mr hard timet in weafcnet or diiease Nine-tenths of the tais country to ovorbuikl and ni-Ar ' v.wm aiuui; mure or javs un- wgniies me natural ehannols to Recorder Lash Gets Three Yr. market. Wo an HW t0 see great I Pe.vdleto.v, Jan. 28.-George R. cbangos In tle eowwerce of this Uh. the defaulting city recorder, atJ oonntry atnl we believe that It will be- Poured before thecourt for the passim? .mv ,muiu mm muni uiamiast as we recover from the depression of the past few years. In fact one can rand SwSbjRsaW1'" uaiurai Knots of trafllo. Tl rear rangement had to be made sooner or later. The startling propositkHi made by the baron, to Lord Salisbury, u fr women it merely a aytuptom of ill health in ncann 01 me ucncaie ana sentitivc or. -l !m mket her a womtn. If the if wu(kel, or orer-worried. th "- ri thow iuclf there firtt Tneie t nu ? uk lag haruiful and deadly narcotic for ner vousness and tUepiesaneia. It will lcve the ixidy in a wonte condition than it wu be fare The way to effect a cure it to cure the raute Ir l'ictee't Pax-onte l'iMrrtn. u in u ii ii ui curru irna 01 uiu and of eaM of female -weakae and aer. Jnjr nrvine nerve food. It txisirt toucJ . , , ,. ao" "Ktind healthy leer and rwtorct the stow and jrtHUy. Il t4isks that Um tki.w bloom of he-lth Itli the only mediae M Vfil HB( ... . ,. "M"e now before the puWic for womaOi peculiar Ainea lit te met ftttur ailment, adapted to her dolkate oipmua. ' are to U revotHtkiAMrr l .,.. tlon by a nfutatlr cradtiatra i4irJaan- w w iwwsiy lft evry war. an capertend and tkilted twUUt m CblM and Japan are about to awakua Ihcte maladies. U cnnet do barm ia any ,, , . , "wiJU8 condition of the ytem. lu tale rtcd rnMM a & llwlttStriak kIuwImv- ' vvmum Mm ui an vtuvr avttiinea Tlutr ulll nf u.i.. m. . . . .njm.c ins counsel, Colonel J. H. Raley, made a statement, asking teniency and the court Imposed a sen tence of 3 years in the penitentiary asd a fine of WOOD. . ,irth Cnnot Be Cured "Ufa LOCAL APPLlCATinv; .. .. L1fSTiWh ,' f at ?$ JUe- CatarA - - --. .n,uuii aiittie and in orde .. j Jli "T U "kenintemallT and acwdweetlrnpoaih, blood and mneiaiTo bo. HaU', Catarrh Cere U bo? iTuek medicine. It n,nnKniii v . I0? be phrHcuai m thu count rr for Vm u5 the control f tie Airi.. ,..-. i;,,L.?,Puoa . ' f ' ".i-.vr:.7- .", comoinea with .k. vwt, UMIll mnaia. ti ...Jl - -"A""'recur aposed ith tl npon th abiftatioG WWZ?!&'f&z 17 . MaR m ? w I fr-lrf .4iiS1)i .X MsfSm A' WW Newly Enlarged and Improved, Excellent rooms and the best meals, Rates reasonable, Strangers should see us before engapinp;, Lighted by electricity throughout. Salem Steam Laundry Please noticelfhe rut : : onthefoUowing, '"" Under drauew locents Under shirts Stoiocents Socks, per pair Sloiocenis Handkerchiefs 3 cems Silk handkerchiefs' ' cent Sheets and pillow 'iin. :.' ''.'"" 3. cents and other work ,a Dro fi"nls dM. -remove; ?l S Be.ntIe. successor to Salem Imfj """V VU.a 13 I 1LT1V nr.llCr-l a tha y.ri' Chemeketa and Front streets, and west First Nations Rant ti,-i..- .u.. J for past favors, we would gladly have I call and see us at our new office. Hi iuc i eicpnone moved, when you desire I ....b..UB uj, o, 30 AH DUS)ness al( to promptly. A full stock of supplij hand, especially of all kinds of wood, ii JJEPOT EXPREJ Meets ail masl and ,....., ..in. -- -"i'ULll tttt4t gage and express to all parts of the - ..j.. at,,tc, leiepnone No. 70. JAMES KADI in I irly afourt tkrtlvs for wetuca wonderful tuecea U told ia one part of , .. ' rig RttMlngs Doctor Iterce' jtrat tbooiand pare book. 'R t4at part of the world are bMsd trill he unl fm. f.n ril .f '.,M.. ' Stlfllflr. i A tun ft a ntv fr mIUt3i am AWrlJ- r j. "77 --, 1 "fc"J- tarfiu. Tt T. , J Ui CASTORIA For Infants and Children. &. ItWllltaL u... ...... aMnr Ajtr. WiLl in r.llt. ......... ... . i si jC . - -'. .. -------- w. . -v- - -I,.'- W IWIIUUIb UdllBnL UHT IB Ih. ..J V . '...' jr . .PWm th.FMianll loWS. IWSWSr ".thl.kith.JUl.i , nmcTtroil ff&Z&C ka 6uimo..qw.r PhTilclanidid forir'Pless: All S5rail RJtee that the Cm bS?ilBS.fi "ra (iW I rtWUftttaVL"",". 0 Dottles for5 or f. AUksl Heart Cure Tm -HMlth. rlannels and r.,1, i telligenUy washed bv f,an4 -5!01insted Prop, THESE wiLL BE A GRAND BALL Fday Evening, January 29 S "S?4 JgSSPto are invited t .f. Tickets sold aJt tb T?ro expected. Hacks will nonvol, ty .Baker? : nai anri .;..r:w-' i! "Olu them f ! fflwSS&s:jcalfR m'$nT6r XUVS T- H. HAAS, WATCHMAKER AND JEWtLEl ThZr.failyffiep' w?J --Z ' ctLi a'5 t-ommerciau Jersey Bull d. Riq bum' ""d.C":i?.n.ed,h" l.wo Pnre .bdj ta. "K'iicrea. rrice t cab. :-;-" "w street, near.S. P. raili J til' i-VER LARSO Of Enger, Marion county, Orecon, J ujjjJiiea wr a patent lor a ROLLING HARRI And pulverizer that has had no equal ""e, jyer Larson) Enger, lraiiiiN& ROGB ti-r,.i 1 AX,. ID hm Uonors, tobaccos, cigars, con0 AfulHine of high-grade botiled fiH H kindl. 218 C'omrrt.l L. SV1 1 c X 'n-St irfnV Ci,Sian.