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IE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
(DAILY AN1 WKKKJL.T.)
13V HOKISK BROTHBK8,
THURSDAY, DEO. 20, 1895.
"OAS" ADDI0K8 REPUDIATED.
It looks as though a wholesome war
was to be tuadoou tho corruptlonlfcU
in tho llepubllcuu party who try to
buy United Btatea seuatorahlpa.
Hix or eovon huuilrod Delaware lie.
publicans of proinlucnco have Blgned a
Btateineut rendln "Gasmau" J. lid
ward Addlcka out of the Republican
party. The statouieut reads:
"We hereby unqualifiedly condemn
tho methods employed lu this atato by
J. Kdward Addlcks to gratify his
Belflah political ambition, aud partlcu
larly hlB tieachery to tho Rcpubllcun
party in the late senatorial contest.
"Aud wo hereby declare that J. 13d
wd AddlcbB has for these reason
placed himself lu antagonism with aud
outsldo tho Republican party, and I
not entitled to bo recognized as a rueiu
her of it."
Tho statement also reads out of the
parly Robert J. Uauley, who it.
thaigid with eo-operatluK with tut
Democrats of tho general assembly lu
defeat tho election ot u Ropubllcau
asnutor. llinley Is a state iwnatoi,
and mauaued thoAdaloka or nobody"
campaign last winter.
Amoug tho Blgners of the statement
arosomo of tho most prominent ana
weulthy Republicans of that state aud
they have published their names,
There aro twenty men in tho con
gross of the United Htates who have
obtained their seats by uo more repro
heualve moans than were sought to bo
employed by Addlcks. In nearly every
Btato men of wealth aro tempted to
enter politics. Addlcka Is a millionaire
who has mado lua money by securing
frauchloes ud monopolies. As a
senator ho would carry on the same
business of bartering away tho publlo
interests in franchises. The combi
nation of tho corporation politician
and corruption In uenoral is bo well
established that tho people havo no
ovll to dread so much as that.
Mr. Huntington In Washington, to
get his two hundred million debt re
funded nt two per cent for ono hundred
years would meet with no resistance
from this man Addloks and mora of
his Ilk who aro already there or would
like to servo tho people there.
At the close of this year of 1805 let us
thank God lliero aro suoh Republicans
as thoso In Delaware who como out
opeuly nud denounce tho AddlukB
mothiul of buying nud forcing them
selves on the people. Addlcks bud the
caucus nomination, but the legislature
was deadlocked and he was defeated as
ho deserved to be. Men who gain their
wealth in connection with great cor
porations can no longer bo easily buy
seats In tho United titatea senato as
ouco thoy could. Lot the work of
purification go on until our political
parties uro no longer prostituted to the
service of any intoreet, but fcerve of the
general publlo. Wo may never Bee
that day but lot as many of tho Ad
dloksea be killed PS politically as
On tho first of January next, the
magazine Rowanoo, whloh has hereto
fore been dtSvoted to llotlon entirely,
will undergo a complete change, and
will be issued as a five-cent magazine,
filled with illustrations of a popular
kind. The maguelno will be a consid
erable uovelty, tho Idea boiug to em
phaslze tho Illustrated sldo rf It rather
than the text. Tuore will be 43 pagea
containing not less than 00 llluitra
tlons, prluted from tbe best of plates ou
tho best of paper. There will be pic.
turca of noted painters, of people of the
day, of actors aud aotrcsses, of literary
individuals at home. Bcleutlflo mat-
ten will be treated of, and amateur
photography will be given a generous
pace. Altogether the design baa met
with a cordial reoeptlou wherever
spoken of, aud readers will be euro to
profit by purchasing the early num
bers, which will form a perfect little
picture book of genuine, contemporary
Interest, Current Literature Pub, Co.,
62 54 Lafoyette Place, New York.
For tho Christmas sruon Dr, Roland,
Grant didn't evluco any too sweet a
temper. Perhaps that biby has been
keeping him up nights a great dealt
If vbm w&at a sura raUaf
Dear in Mind Not one of the host of counterfeits and imita
tions is as good as the genuine.
OREQOX'S GREAT MAN.
Btranger thingsiulght happen than
tho pulling eratfbVH: Mitchell onto
the- presidential ticket. He would
certainly bo a more drawlng'card than
Wttltelaw Reid who was put on last
tlrrio wlthllarrlson'for no other reason
than because he was Millionaire Mill's
son-in-law and his New York Tribune
tho moutbploco of the Goulds and
Vanderbllts. A man who has some
points of contact with tho uiassea of
(ho people and who represents some
thing that Is not repugnant to the
common mind, who Is not stuck on
tho four huudred, would be a tower of
strength to tho ticket. One thing can
oe dopocded upon; the Republican
party will not again put up suoh a man
as Reld (or president or vice-president.
We would like to eeo a man like
Mitchell put up against a man like
Cleveland and let the matter bo settled
whether this country Is going In thn
direction ol a plutocraoy or u govern
ment of tho people as It started out to
oo, but has not very rapidly been be
coming tho past 20 years. The Repub
lican patty has got to revolt hack to
tho good old-fashioned doctrine tliut
Abraham Lincoln loved to dwell upon,
that all men aro created free and equp.I,
and that conditions that rovorso that
proposition are in themselves contrary
to tbo spirit of our Institutions. It may
Jar Botuo people's feelings to get back
to that proposition, but there will bo
a great deal bigger Jar some day tho
way wo are going.
"55S3Kvv.. -jbj-- AW
.A-sjg ..j ...v-" p. ij2S:S3fcv Sl If "
THE OLYMPIA, THItEB THEATUItS IN ONE.
The Olympia in New York is the Urfcest building In America exelusWoly dovoUd
to smnaemonU. it has a lsryo tbeaUr, a rnusle hall, a concert hall and a roof gntrden,
and fifty cents will admit one to all the varied performaiiee. The 'enterprise U the
ci-ntiou ol Oscar Ilammersteln, who has built lour New York theaUrs,
The Bankers Reform club and
"Committee on Bound Currency" have
circulated 1,037,000 pamphlets, 0,700,
000 pages "newspaper matter and lllus
tratlons," 680,000 copies Carlisle's aud
Hoke 8mlth'a speeches, 603,000 news
paper, broadsides," supplied "plate
matter" to newspaper having a cir
culation of 023,0l7,lu all costing several
huudred thousand dollars. This
money is generously contributed prin
cipally by eastern bankers to create
publlo wuUaieut for tbe jsresenl finan
cial system The Journal Is proud to
say It has received not a cent of this
corruption fund, whloals ottered in
various seductlvo forms. Let those
who have enjoy It If they can.
D W. Johnson, editor of the Corval
Us Uazette sends out a neatly printed
holiday greeting werded: "The most
pleasant coufesslon Is the acknowledge
ment of friendly assistance." Then
follow tbe greetings of tbo season.
CURED AS IP BY MAGIC
Virtlau ol Losi Manhood should send at
once jur it ww
that expUUs how
U Mr, nukkfy
u Raring from
weattatM can af
ford to Ignore this
Hook tells how
full etrwajln. do-
velopsaeat .and tana aro Imparted to eyeiy
portion of the hodr- Sent vrith .ponlUre
proofs tseawd) frt to any man on application.
A writer who knowa better says Mr.
Hermann will bout more use loOregon
as Berond member of tbo rivers and
harbors committee than he would be
as its chairman for be will be able to
devote all bis time to tho Interest of
this state. The fact is that be will bo
of little moro service as second member
than he would be were he nut a mem
ber at all and tbe fact that bo was
named second has no mora signifi
cance than bad he been named last.
Had Mr Hermann secured tbe chair
manship of that commlttoe this wonld
have been of vast advantage to the
interests of Oregon. We could have
then secured anytblpg we wanted In
reason in the way of rlvor and harbor
improvements. dalem Statesman.
The Statesman's criticism of our
point is not well taken. If Mr. Her
mann bad been cbalrmnn he would
have been held responsible for tbe en
tire River and Harbor bill. Now he
can work for Oregon alone. From bis
ten yean experience and his ability to
Beoure appropriations Mr. Hermann
will certnluly continue to arouse the
onvy of Wellington nud California in
tho kcramble for tho national grab-bag.
The new organization of blmetallsta
is "Patriots of America." It Is to
supercede all others. Harvey, author
of Coin's financial school Is at tho
bead of it. It Is to bo non-partisan,
will pat no candidates in the fleld.ls not
a secret society, nor an ofllco-begglug
organization. It was a Harvey dis
covered tho circulation of tbe blood,
the circulation of "Coln"nnd a Harvey
may discover how to clrculato silver.
Tbo always clean aud enterprising
Albany Herald printed a fine double
Christmas holiday number.
The president will Issue no more
bondsl That Is, not to be' swallowed
too easily. Having entered upon his
present plan of keeping up the govern
ment credit, be cannot do otherwise.
With a deficit In his revenues, ho can
only maintain that credit by borrowing
Christmas was quiet and enjoyable
except that without warning and as if
from a clear sky John P. Robertson let
fly a lightning article fairly Juminant
with mllllous, billions and trillions on
With a low tarlft and the single gold
standard Cleveland and Carlisle ean
sot uphold tbe credit of tbe coautry
In any other way than to Issue more
bonds to sell abroad.
It is to be hoped that some work at
dyking Mill creek ditch and tjlgejag
thd new asylum sewer can be doe
this winter while labor Is oheap aid
many families need work.
Of course, Thk JooknalwUI pub
lish, a New Year's edltlou. It woat be
tbo biggest paper In the world, but
you are weteoaia to have soao Bfae at
a low rate.
) almost here,
'i'hfe'Portland Bunday Argus; vol! 1,
No. 10, announces that It will soon
begin the1 publication of n "ono cent
evening, dully" in.that city.
now let'tT prepare 'to pay onrtblllflud
enter tbe new ear with accounts
balanced aud a clear conscience.
aOES Bia&T ON.
Borne talk has been going on of late
concerning tho closing out of tbe Salem
Woolen Mill store, but those In author
ity Inform us tbo store will bo con
tinued r'sht on as in tbe past, The
management havo decided to have a
grand clearance sale to continue until
January 11, '00.
Ulothinc ntid furnishing goods will
be sold at pries that were never before
heard of In the Wlllamotte valley.
Don't let such an opportunity to set
good all wool goods go by without in
vestlgnting. 17 tf
You Can Believe.
The testimonials published In behalf of
licxxis sarsaparuia. nicy are wrutcn ny
honest people, who have actually found In
their own experience that Hood's Sarsapar
illrf purifies the blood, creates an appetite,
strengthen the sysacn and absolutely and per
manently currs ull diseases caused by impure
or ueiieient blood.
Hood's Pills for the liver and bowels, act
piomptly, easily and effectively.
State of Ohio, City oPTofEDo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the
senior partner of tbe firm of F.J. Cheney &
Co, doing business In the City of Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Franr J. Chrnby
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and
acts directly on the blood and musous surfaces,
of the svstem. Send for testimonials. Tree.
F. J. Cheney & Co.,ToIedo, O
lysoid oy urugipsts, 75c.
T PfMTt A 11 la let titan Its Tas T f!nnilai
iu iimKc 1111s cxiracu --i nave no nciitauon
in rccomendlnc Dr. Klna's new discovery, as
the results weie almost marvelous in the case
01 my wile. While I was pasior or the Hap.
tist Church at Hives Junction she was brought
down with Pneumonia succeding La Grippe
Tcrriblo paroxysms of coughing would last
hours' with little tnteruptionundit seemed as
if she could not survlye them. A friend reco
mended Dr. King's New discovery; it was
quick in its work and highly satisfactory In
result." Trial bottles free at Fred A. Legg's
Drug Store, Regular site So cents, and $1.00,
When Baby u tick, wo gave her Outorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoriq.
Whsa she became JIlss, aho clung to Castor!,
When the hnd Children, ie garo them Castorta,
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any
season but perhaps more generally needed
when the liver is torpid nud sluggish and the
01 a tonic and alterative ts leit. A
irompt use of this medicine has often averted
ong and peihaps fatal billions fevers, No
medicine will act more surely in counteract
ing and freeing the system from the malarial
poison, Headache, Indigestion, Constlpa.
lion, Dittlneu ycild to Electilc Bitten. 50
cents and $.100 per bottle at Fred A. I-egg's
EncUen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Praises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
and all Skin Eruntions. and nositivelv cures
Piles or no nav reaulred. It i pusrinteed .0 I
give perfect satisfaction or money refunde d
Pike 35 cents a box. For sale by Fred A.
Through HIa Nervine Is a Ben
efactor to Thousands.1'
H WIDELY known Wisconsin publisher,
who resides at Green Bay, writes
March 6th, ISO, is follews:
"Five years ago I became so nervous that
mental work was a burden. I could hot rest
as nbjhi on account ot sleeplosancssv My
attention was called to Dr. Miles' ltesvora
tlve Nervine, and I commenced to use It
with the verr beat effect. Since then I
have kept a bottle in my house and use it
whenever my nerves become unstrnn J, with
always the same good results. My son also
IV Mi1rQ' taVceitforaervoasneM
"' " uw with like aerer falllnt
NCtTlQC success. I haTotecom.
b . mended It to many and
K6ST.QTCS It cures them. AH who
Hiafjlth suffer from nerve
rtC4ilu..t troubles should try lu
It is free from narcotic, perfectly harm
lota, and yet soothes and strengthens. Dr.
Miles, through his Nervine U a benefactor
to thousands." A. O. LEHMAN.
Editor and proprietor of Dm IoHDauxx,
Dr. Miles' Nenrtna la sold ton guarantee
fart tottle will heaeat'or'monVy refunded.
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fit.!,.,,,,,! jnijl.ii.'irilipp y
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Commercial Slreet, Corner Stale
Tho Capital Printing Company has ie-
moved to that location. Call on us.
Parloi'H Ovov Gray Bros.
E. M. VAITR TuINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
HUIE WING SaNG CO.
nil siuo JWiunss nud underwear. Cloning
ontstooir brforo unrlstmai. H2,Court atreei.
W0LZ & MIES KE, Props.
Dialers In nit kinds of fr -sb nud Hmt, meats.
49-Krosh rausao a siioclulty,
m uoMMbit lAbar.
Meets all mall nnd nnstcnecr tra'n. liae-
tunc nnd oxprem to all pnrt of the city.
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J.VMK1 It A DEM.
C. H. LANE,
.'ult"lSnpw.rdT '&a5 Ti upwnras.-W
2II Comrnpralnl at., tjalem, Or.
Transacts a general banunt; business.
MONEY TO LOAN
On firm land security. (Special rates
on largo loans. Loans considered
HAMILTON A MOIIt
Ii Hnt bnllliDK.
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Building
"t water Borvloe apply at ottlcA. UUlsay.
anle monthly in advance. Make) all com
plaints ut the offloe
Open splcket to prevent freezlnt, positively
proulblted Care nhould be t k-n if In dancer
offreexlbK to have stop and waste gate closed
Heo arcttiiu ii rule and reuuu ou, Nodeduo
tlon in oil. a will be allowed lur absence or for
any cause wuatever unless water is cut on
831 Commercial st. I Cottle blocs:.!
processor to O. U. lleck Co. I
Best meats In the. cltv. 1'romntdallvBrr
at InwMt nnoea.
J. H. HAAS,
WATCUUAKEn AMD JEWELElt,
11 1im a sneel&llvni Finn llxruilr WmV Ui,il
Thomas clock s etc, 21S Commercial btreel,
DRAY ANU EXPItE38.
Capital Transfer Co.
Express, baraace and all klnda or wnrlr
doue ipromptiy. Leave orders at I'atton'a
t r box.
KKNT.-A house on Wlulerntreet vrltti
Jj nvgo-alrea iouiuk. Kroe water service
inquire ut 411 Wluter -sre-t. 2(-3t
.v.H n&LE, Kiniuiica cow.
II. T. Uruco.Noith rnlei
tANTW-A"i(lrl to uo Kirul bueiorfc
" A1.11IV lu Jim J
A. uirou, III11 nlitei,
Wist iu fin Wrt.Ni -bu;vor luttlurx, but
tuen u utility. KXM 10 &.0u month 10
bu tier Huiteiiuu central linen Uaiary
unil coniiiilsnlou. lUciue KI10 U-Uluo Oo.,
lUcIuf. vYIn. 00 8 41
I ijUllulU JICN, 1'ULiU'ulrt.Ml AMU liUKl
1 nemi nouses can obuilu all newtpper In-
lorinmloj froin luopies 01 the stale, coaKt
1 nnu country from the IVoh CilpidiiR llU'tuti,
I (Allen') union ilioon, forliituu. llWUlf
HulJofc; rultavi K, iiouuoui Hiooiim, Umiu
Unuh, pantry, cloflem, burn itud kuoU
mil water, 1760. XtilrU xtrett, betw.cn l)il
Ion ana uuiplnt;. Kuuito 11HSI Winter
Biroet. for a foiv du h omv. 6111
MbtCl'INiii .OK J10lil.NEv)-AllU Ulvlue
liuiilug ovtry Hunda uflernoon nt IIS
Jiitfh street, nlSOo'Ciovk. 'Ibo Uiril'it chit
oreu wno aie uUlicted are Invited to atleud
t lid heuiluK services. JleottDifr at l'atner
Ojuld'D, North ouloin. atlJTOlu tbeinornlug.
nil UalilAo .NKXi. Heiiitinbertokcudyour
j packaarslorliiUtmu b tne Ixie.wood
)TekkUKer boH. ltlngui iliubluotuiea.
MUlTtl 1'lth.Mli.R Tll't-WlTKrt, t'UK
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tributl gsoap (uuipiej, speciallltw, do
cor espoudli.(, oud eyivan Co.. 27i Wood
waru, Detroit, Mlenlgan, 10 count fur samples
soap etc., rtcaivuouUU pilar. ll-ii-lin
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; wrnnplnR paper lor ume cheap. Just tbe
tiling lor putting under carpets. Call at Jour
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. Taoonia and ban J-'rauclsoo papers on saie
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1 1'. KlbilEK, Newspaper Advertising Agent
Li. 21 Merchanta' Kichange. 8au Krunclsco
Is our authorized agonu 'ibis paper Is Kept
on niMin hl-nrnon.
Il I.JAN.-l!. Alnmti.
101 otllce blocs:.
IKialiA UuUlMAM Typewriting and
commercial stonogranny, unloe. room
blook. The bent of
r worsuoneat rtm
For cancellation of
policies of State Insuiv
ance Cof and substi
tution of Firemen's
Fund policies call on
JOHN WRIGHT, or
office of State Insure
Dealer In Groceries, Paints,
und the most complete stock ol
Crushes of all Kinds In the
State. Artists' Materials, Lime,
Hair, Cement und Shingles and
finest quality of GRASS StiEDS
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I have $5000 to loan in one sum or.any
fractional part r.ot less than $300 To loan in
Salem during the next 30 days. Address,
J. II. IIAWLEY,
266 Stark street, : Portland, Or.
') 00 for every J1U invested can bo made by
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'ruinu aud Uinta," how to make money
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UIUMORK A. (X).. lUnkets and tirokera.
Open Board of Trde Hldg., Chicago, 111,
Miss Balk's School
IIWlll reetlveohlldren trom 3 years upwards.
Special ttentlon to beginner. AUle.tred
iranehes for the o der pupils taught, Includ.
Ins drawlnir. modfcllmr .nn.i t,TM -
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Individual p an, In which each thlld is ad
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Union Pacific System
Throueb rullmnn Palaco Hleei.pre. Tourlm
Bleepcra nnd Kree.KcllulnB Chair Cars dim.
Irom .fa.-.1"' "'
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
. Onr trulns are hented by atcnin nnd ear
Usbted by l'lnuch light. n cr
Tlmo to Chicago, SH days.
Tlmo 10 New York, 4j days.
Whloh is many hour quicker than nil corn-
For rates, time tables and full Information
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Connecting- at Yaqulna Bay with 'the Bau
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Karoirom Albany, or points west, to Ha
Krnnclsep: Cabin, tVJ; steerage, 13;, cabin
round trip, good 60 day4,tbi.
For sailing days apniy to
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. , 0HA8. OIUUK Supt.. CorVafi'or.''
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Dining Cars on Ogdcn Itouto
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Second Class Slueoin" Cars
Attached to all through trains.
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73S p. iu.
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