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THE CAPITA, JOURNAL.
(DAILY AND WKEKIiY.)
BY HOKER BROTHKH8,
TUESDAY, BELr. 17, 1895.
What Is the leaaon of all tbib? The
significant eveuti) In tho history of our
atato politics, aa It will be one day
written, are the appointment of Mr.
McGinn to a Judgeship and tlio setting
up lu the boot business by a Mr. Gul
Uxbod. One of the moat unpleasant
dutiaa of a newspaper la the holding up
of uawvory ubaractera In our public life
m object lessons. With the silence and
truoculency of the Portland press, the
400,000 people of Oregon are practically
left to the country press for what little
protection tboy get from the publlca
tlon of the seamy sides of these char
acters. No ono doubts that Mr. Mc
Ginn Is popular with the logal profu
sion, 'flint was u great curd in hu
favor. Ho will, as Judgo, allow altuoet
any fee in a case that a lawyei
has the cheek to ask for lu his plead
logs. The corporation iuwyers ubU
looters, In case of u receivership, will be
protected lu taking the entire bakery.
Aa Mr. McGinn was seldom known u
oppose anything from the Htaudpoii.
of moral principle, he Is a hundy un.i
to have on the bench lo give sauo.loi
Thb Jovnttxv did the gentlemen
who publish the Evening Tost an In
justice tn leaving the Impression that
thoy publish a populist paper. The
Dally Post Is a partly Independent
paper, and the Weekly Independent
uses from Its columns only such matter
as suits It. Neither Is the Weekly
Independent the organ of the Populist
Senator McDrido favors the election
of a United States senator by a direct
vote of the people, Perhaps our sen
ator fears for his own chances next
time and rather prefers to be In the
hands and at tho disposition of the
people than tho combination which
works affairs for the benefit of a few.
Whatever might be the senator's mo
tlye, his Idea Is a wlso and most timely
one. Astoria News.
f IteJ's Opera House
ti 'J" ArJrV
(mSk Vm A mm,
to the dtmands so frequently sum
Honed In the name of law. Tuulawjrir
at Portland are noted for their dlspo
sltlou to ileece luu public, and when
poliilcs and the administration oi
Justice uro a closely allied us they uit
lu nearly all large cities at present, Mi.
McGinn's appointment lay very clone
to tlirtlr lieartH. Nut a uewspaper ut
advocate has claimed auy merit for Mr
McGinn us a leglslutor, except that lit
made the greutest ellort of his life to
pass tho 100,0000 social military appro
priation over Governor Ponuoyer's
veto, aud succcded. He Is a legislator
oil" tho (uuio pleco us Mr. Gulllxsou,
who conducted tho Dolph campaign
last winter alongside of Mr. Bteel. Mr.
Gulllxsou was lu tho legislature but
one term. But lu that short time
he evinced remarkublo talents.
He helped organize the Edtru
Oregon asylum deal, tho Juto mill
deal, tho $100,000 for the stato militia
aud boyoud giving a fow clvilluns
places ou tho stato payrolls what Is
tliore to tho stato mllltlu today lu
hhort Mr, Gulllxou, but recently from
California, cost tho people of Oregou a
full half million ut least. By his skill
at logrolling ho helpod puss a lot ot
obnoxious game laws aud endeared
himself to tho peoplo who manage the
corporations that ho has been the spe
cial guest of tho railroad commission
on several of Its Junketing tours. It is
to the shame of our political system
that such men can do such things, aud
hows that Instead of the peoplo gov
erning, they are ruled by any potty
erealure who may be piokod up by the
JBoMfl and who stand back aud direct
theoa In their raids on the public. No
wonder Mr. Gulllxou was given (5 a
day all hut winter of the farmers' hard
earned taxes and rode about ou freo
passes, while the poorer and more
koaeat class of people have to pay for
kla rides and their own, too, when they
ca afford to take ono. It Is tho duty
of the press to show up theso most
glaring instances of fraud lu our public
Wf, regardless of who It may hit. The
KsDtibllcan nartv lias nn ihtsnui i-
rikuice about them. If party machlu
ry U to be usod in forolng suoh men
to be rewarded for their disregard oi
the publlo interest, and In depriving
(he people of the borvlcea of men who
Will not condone them, theu tho sooner
Hleh party maohlnery is got rid of the
better for tho people.
There Is no new developments in the
railroad situation. The contractu have
not been let and will not bo uutii the
people of Astoria keep their promise
with Mr. Hammond on the depot site
They promised to give him a depot site,
but have failed to do so. Somo of thorn
are trying to "job" Hammond, as the
did Held aud Goes, but their work h
too coarse. Astoria Herald.
Bleepleis , no appetlto and very much rua
down, was the condition of my husband.
Since taking Hood's Sarsaporllla he has
wonderfully improved, and he now cats
and sleeps well; in fact, he Is all right.
we esteem very highly." Mns. MxnrCon
kiqan, 10-10 Cedar Ht., Puoblo, Colorado.
Ooewwii, commpnclnjc Monday, tfept 16,
Bacon's Stock Company
I'rtMnllng ilx of the mnt succestful dramas
Something .,for .Mollier and Hie
WHAT THE JOURNAL OFFERS FREE
i-rlee : ' onoay. ept. m KlDNAI'l'Kt)
15c Taesdny,Bflpt 17 A- Ell DAltK
25c Wtd.tfeptJB MAYHIXHMOM
3-x; rtillM., sect. 9 HUKU,OAK-
fd Klld.,Sept.rO..A I'tU 40NK.lt Of WAK
50c Hat.hopt, 3 The KsUtflil Howe
, ,'" .'. "' Prtcts r-ir thin engtiotneut
higher will only ba I5', 'gc.ltto Mid&li.
Hond'? Pillc cure u IlTr '". vatnv
"uuu a a-ma nsii.h.idscli.. He.
D. E. Dotsou sends out the Kerby,
Josephine county, Union. It Is a
cracking good local paper.
Free bridges, good roads, creameries,
more peoplo and push, will make Ote
gon a great state.
KE8EIIVED SEATS AT
Patfon's Book Store
All kind of work made to order.
ll Court street, Halem. Or.
Two High CInss Mngnzl.ics Needed
In Every HoiihoIioIiI.
The declaration of Judge Payne tha
"the man who Is guilty shall bo pun
lulled, whethor he Is too poor to hlro a
Uwyer or rich enough to buy the bur,"
uaa created a sensation In Chicago. In
qther parts of the country It Is accept-
ituie as a luuunmental doctrine ol
Tho census depuitmeiit has nlio!
thut the real estate mortgage indebted
uess of the country amounts to $4,600,
000,000, or t7o per capita, which Is ?37i
a family. Tho speculation in grain ami
railroad stocks are incalculable. But
tho mortgage Indebtedness has followed
from real estate speculation.
Tho Eugene register a Republican
gold-bug Dolph paper, copies on article
from tho Democratlo gold-bug Rose
burg Review signed "Republican,"
which attacks Dinger Hermann for
being a free silver muu. This mixes a
man up so that he dou't know where
ho Is at.
Independence veterans will ded'eate
a Grand Army hall Sept. 0.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case or Catatrli tlut cannot be cured by
Hall's Cutarih Cure.
K.J. CHENEY & CO. Props., Toledo, O.
We the undesigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 ) corn, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business trans.
actions and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their firm,
West Ac 'iruax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,
O,, Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Drugging, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inlernallv.
acting directly upon the blood and mucoiu
surfaces of the system. Price. 7c. Derhotile.
Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
There aro 177766
the United HtuteH.
There aro 00,835,880
cover imo ground.
There are 633,120.5,000 ties used to bind
theso rails together, but no such
amount, however, Ih required to bind
tho hearts of the traveling publlo to the
fuel thut the Wisconsin Central IlneH
furnish superior fucliltles on all tliutr
trains betweeu St. Puul and Chicago
which form closo connections with all
lines to the cast and south.
Muko a note of it.
Mm. C. M. Ofile
Wilt reopen her
I11 111) Congregational church parlor on Bint
w 0 10-tm
Parlors Over Gray Bros,
miles of railroad ii
Old sold I era of tho. Moxlcan and
Union armies and Indian war veter
ans, como to Balem Wedneeduy, this
week and meet Senators Mitchell aud
McBrldo. Thoy are truo frleuda of
the old boys lu blue and It will do you
good to como in aud meet them.
When Daby m aa sick, v 0 gavo her Castorla.
When alio was a Child, slio cried for Castorla,
When the bocanio Miss, slio riling to CastorU,
When alio hid Childreu, dio i:a 0 them CastorU.
II t can make anything with h'xjo on It, and
innice It good. New work or repairing hlioi
oulliol M h'h uilll.HoutUMulem. H-HMm
F. M. Steele
Millinery and Bicycle Repair
Cleveland, tho bankers, the foreign
bond holders, tho corporations, and
the creditor class want the single gold
standard. Tho rest of the people want
both sliver and paper made legal
tender monoy in addition to gold. It
is not a party queuiou.
Cltlzous, como to Baletu Wednesday
and ineot your senators. They are free
from corporation, capitalistic aud ring
control as two mon can bo aud auy
man can meet them and talk with
Did You Evor Think
That you cannot be well unless you have
puro, rich blood? If you are weak, tired,
languid and all run down, it is because your
blood is impoverished and lacks vitality.
These troubles may be oNercome by Hood's
Sareaparilla because Hood's Sarsnparilla
makes pure, rich blood. It Is, in truth the
great blood purifier.
Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, constapation,
biliousness, jaundice, sickheadacho, indiges-tion,
-.tiH5l5loa' I 'una Medical Hatter nine
repaired. All work done In the but wanner.
Journal readers who renew
cash subscriptions on the fol
lowing terms ran have their
choice of t.wo very desirablo
"QUEEN OF FASHIONS"
free, by mail, ono year to auy
subscriber who pays for the
Daily by carrier three months
in advance, at this office,? 1.50;
or tho Weekly ono year and a
half in advance, 1.50. This
gives you i,ho best lG-page il
lustrated fashion magazine of
Now York free for ono year.
The aboyo prices are net cash,
and the cheapest combination
over offered. Tho "Queen" is
a high-class, practical, home
Upon the same terms you
can obtain this delightful Chi
cago children's magazine. .Fust
tho thine: to road to the litth
ones ol the homo circle. i
brings the kindergaiton in(
wie nomo. oong, games uno
itory. Beautifully illustiated
$1 a year. Published by th-
Kindergarten Literature Co
Samples of theso magazine
will bo furnished freo bv mail
or con bo seen at this office.
Publish oi s.
of a'l kinds and
PRICES LOWER THAN
Steiner & Blosser,
State Street, Salem,
i Pi evident.
TniUKJicU a general baiiKiuic business
C. fl. LANE
211 Commercial St., Salem
Jv-HX SrANLEY. JIM MEAD
STEAM WOOD SA.W
Qulikunrk. Iw prices I.onvp oidern nl
t. II. Wt'HtuioU'H nL-tO.e, back or l'.O. U-ll tl
J. . JlAltHIA'S,
dlmp nt KW t'liemekcla street, near Com
irolal. bpoclnl attention to Inlorferlnk'Biid
nmwltli iIIkchji'(1 foot-
Union Pacific System
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
.Our trains aro lieulid byi Menni n,i
lighted by l'luucu llglit. ni"1 rl"
Tlmo to Clilcuwo, HW dnvg.i
Tl.no to New Vorlr? (iayf.
PUtoS? tny h0Ur' 'imcker tlltl" "'I torn.
..I$y7oe",,"n0UlblMnnrt fu '"formation
Ii5E & ItAItKKK,
Agents, Halem, Or,
U..W. llAXTKlt, o. K Illtnu'v
Ueutrnl Agent. MiltaK,
The Bunday morning Eugene Regis
ter appeared aa a double number, do.
voted to a write-up of tho State Uni
versity a very creditable Illustrated
edition aud a credit to that city.
la a nymptoui or dUeuse of tho kid
neys. It will certainly bo rolloved by
Parka Buro Cure. That headaoho,
backache and tired feeling como. from
the Butae causo. Ask for Parks' Sure
Cure for the liver and kiduoya price
f 1.00, sold by Lunn fc Brooks. llMw
Notlco la hereby givon that I have
tunus applicable to tlio paymeiii of all
Kresb salted and smoked Meats and Bau.
sages. -Itolrlgerator ineaU In best shape
Kept la an Alice cuet, eastern style, Kree
delWery. Bouth Oommerrlal street
Wl UilAH, WOLZ, l'rop.
(ontracU wanted at reasonable irlt oa.
Work guaranteed. Iteferencs as to expcrl
ouconnd resionslblllty:iiiruliihed. Wrlto
T. 1.. KfcT.EU.
Pnleni, u i) flt or.
E. M. WA1TB PAINTING CO,,
BOOK AND JOB PRIN
OTl Commercial it. ICottle block. U
Huooeiuor to o. m. lleckAUo.l jV
s iiiiti. priCKM
t Itltl Ll
Legal Blank JPubllnhot'a.
Hn.h'n Nwwr Hrlrk.nvpr the bank. Onm'l strMI
East and South
,, blaeoin" Ca.-i
TO GRAND F0Ri:s
BOSTON and all
Points East end Soufhl
THOMAS. WATT C CO.,
;W Uomniorciui st., i Ooio. (n
Vr Al :,. WirAiiiroN. Amt. Uea). Vm
Attent; 2ofi Man-Iran st., corner Tnlrd.
Portliuul, ()ro '
SALEM TILE WORKS.
tLAHGKlOTOUK: ON iIAI .
warrants of tho city of Balem drawn on
the'Voneral fund,1' and endorsed be
fore Juno 22. 1805. Also warrants
Judgo Hoar's toast to the bar of Mas-
aohusetu, "First we got on; then we
got honor; then we get honeat," may
have some application to Mr. MoQlnu,
Ex-Gov. Fletcher and Frank Toova,
of the Daily Post aud Independent, are
IkfiubllcauB aud repel the inference
Una they publish a Populist paper,
We were under the Impruulou that the
'WkIy ludepeudeut win the organ of
Ute Popullet party; but such la not the
b, they tell us.
One by one the Lord's auoiuted are
gathered In. Banker Cooper was at
Balem last winter loboylug for Dolph,
aud hla brothor la appointed farmer at
tho state prison. i
numbered 2487, 248, and 24S9,ondoriwd
on the 22J. luteretd will cease ou eald
warrutita from the date of this notlco.
K. J. BWAPI'OIID.
Balem, Bept. 7, 1805. 0 7 lOt
Children Cry for
Call for Warrants.
Ni.tlco Is hereby lMvuii Unit I iuv
funds iu hand to pay all ouiHtuudlug
warrants and ucoiued Interest up to
November j, 1801, and that Interest on
samo ceases from this dute,
m Jasi-kk MiNm
Treasurer Marlon County, Oregon.
September 7 1605.
Will receive children trom 8 years upwards.
hELnLtt,tte9flon.J oiglnners. All de-lred
branehearorthoo'der pupils tuuKhi,lno ud.
Ine drawlDir, modellnir. muilo plain land
rytoef die work. Allwoik done on the
Individual nan. In whlnii mai, .i,im i. '7,
yanced according; to Its own capacity, hor
Twentieth and Chemekela st.
BpecUl Inducemonu onorod.-Hhlppod jtoTai
VarJS!,i5o0r,SS.S,0.U a ".
Address J. E, MURi'nY,
"alr O rounds, Oi
Has No Equal
A law retiring the sreenback la being
prepared by Cleveland aud Carlisle aud
will bo pressed upou the Itepubllcan
congreaa wheu it meets In December.
The administration run the country
only $3,000,000 lu debt during August.
That Isn't h muoh as f-1,000,000, hut It
Germau readert of Tiik Jouhnal
please take uotlee that we are prepared
to club the Weekly Btaata Heltung with
this paper at 11 a year.
A High Liver
Usually has a bad liver.
oub, conbllanted, has indigestion and
dyspepsia. Jf there Is no organlo
troublo a fow doses of Parks' Buro Cure
will tono him up. Parks' Buro Curo
a thoouly llyeraud klduey euro we
sell on a positive guarautee. Price
11.00. Bold bv Lunn A llrooka. 10-4
SALEM WATER CO.
Officii Willamette Hotel BulldlnM
niS"r wrervlce apply at ofl1ce,Bllls pay-
nInrtrii!?nnontb!TJuneJuI August and
Heptembcr, hours 0 to 8 a, ,in 6 to p m
if,,K?ilon.b,"? Wable on or before flSelst
ofJulv. Htreet sprinkling positively forbidden
Oldest lnitltlltlnn rt lua.nl... a... .....
enroJ'meut for fm 8. id studenU. Expenses
"""""i ETUluasium. Klfty.seooncl
year begins Bent, lV0 J. yoona
Kor Information or catalogue address
V, A. M ,
THE orlASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Comoanv,
OAUrOP.4IAEXPIlESS TttAIM nUN.DAtl.Y B
TWkKW tl-OKTIWD AND S. F.
8.00 p. 111.
6:10 a. rn
oo i.. rn
u.00 p. m
Above trains atop ut East Portland Or
55?.i'ny' ivyidl";5'. Balem. TurSeV,Marlon,
iSSiKnAteri?SW Junction; iryinS
Itowelmrg to Ashland Inclusive,
a ii & i. d.
To The East
ZQIVEa TUE OUOIOE OK
TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTES
itoBkiimm MAti, daiXyT"
U.00 a. m
Ar. I 4 I ) ii in
Ly. I 00 a. no
77nl" . "" vAhaewaiu, Worth
B.15 p. in. Ar. fcnleni. i,v 8.00 a.rn.
.. .. .; .r.T r.""-
W. J. IIAWiiKr, A.
iu0fM?'tl"'l"(ll,wl education possi
ble, a here is no better place thancrji
tm U I U ft 4 y, W
a i luuiirt.
aBA. o,b.i. m
His U Is non.poltooout
niueur ,or uooorrhws,
!" wit K
Dinlug Curs ou Ogdcu Kouto
PULLMAN BUFFBT SLBBPERS
MT. ANQKL. OH,
Second Class Sleeoin Cars-
AtUhed to all through trains.
rYestSide Division, Between PorUum
ai5 p. tn. Ar.
6.vu p. in
iDsiuiaiurruuii. cuuuui nimninia in aua -.. . . . .
brsnwi, Noo-utrlostDt. I ' '
LCwaasirt.O.IHK a r Brastrtsta,
or srst m plsln wrspper.
yj vpnMMp. rrpnaiu. tor
I.UU, Of 3 IKHUM. H.73.
1.00. or S
C'lrculsr iwut un rriuct
Children Cry for
Eal(y, Quickly, Permanently Reslwed.
"." uu "' uo train
h ui iu i rom eany errors or
later excesses, the results of
ernork, slrkneu. worry.
cio. cvilMtrouslli, (level-
upmuni uuu loue given to
IU 1-ost Offlce block,
TO LOAN.-O, Marsh. Boom a
m JVI Y0'
every organ aud portion
ui iiouoiiv. himni
ural methods, Immrdi-
uta liiiiimvf.iiK.nt uwte
allur loipossllde. sf.ono reforentivi. llook,
WymwVU mii y.Wll A4i47V tV4UUUJ IIVO,
EIIE MEDICAL GO,, luffi(t,N.Yf
wr fcoj tmir
UmZ?J?lZls'-aSta.Fixx commenced any
i. .,erMep.L l5- Terms, private lessons
foa. uiasseaor tivx. si th! v;i:."r "?.?!?
day .ehool for chfldVen wiii opened at
-.. "vj, c",60o per month. 1 am
native, ol Germany, hold I German lnfhr
another from the SUboul. mo nSbii?Ml!oa
irijn.,ny ati? Oorvallls connect wltti
iralns of Oregon Central A Eastern Kallroad.
KXfKtolTtIW - mAILV ESOKt-raUNlMT'
i:U p. m. I Lv.
7:35 p. m. I Ar.
60 a, in
NORTDERN RY.l, PACIFIC RY
- Low Bales lo .'all Eastern Cilies. -
Oceaulsteamers leave 1-orUand every Ave day
Korlnll.-detaiu call on or address
JIOIHK 4 HAHKKIt.
W. Ii. HUllLUUHT,
Gen. lnu, Agent,
G. AT. POWEKS,
MUW tln! nncler c- fall at Jour-
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umrmony unalit. lUwrnlor ,1 "."" -.M.
rc.i..i . "" Umlted number fnunii.
Oa.and Wilis' Mr".V1SI"v w"j.Viiea
, .. .ww mvutmy
A LADY'S TOILET
Is not complete
Eastern R, R, Co,
YAQUINA BAY IIOUTKJ
A 1 and first class lu every respect? Balls frnm
Vaqulna for Han ftanfiiP31SM "t$"l
H.Ji?l?fSLr aocoramtHlatlonsi unsurpassed '
TUE STA1E NORMAL SL
wnuroxc utogSor' U,W1U
",,w - PrMltfsSise
I POZZONiS i
M Combines every element of
Deauty and purity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and harmless, and' when
rightly used is invisible A mnsr
rSSSS?" oib?Sy'ir-r,? wca.V aan ' deucateand desirable protection
roSatrip.KSdlys.tlraBe ,S: cab,a I t0 e face in this -Jtmte.
For sailing diysVppiy to W
-. - ""i'fi vAjrvauio. or t
j :-iv, auotioKlUr.acal Agent, Mlen.
insist upon havlnff th eenuln. I
Ba IT IS FM SALE EVERYWHERE. ! I