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If TM.mat a tare relief for sates hi th fcck, jjd, cheater
ntf,N. .kT&e !
THE BROWN CASE.
Thecr begBh by Rct, Brown of ao0D
HARD TIMES PACTS.
Bear m Mind Mt m ef the hott of counterfeits and Imita
tion! It as 004 f jjenume.
SaaiFmclPCO! to bend Mrs. Davidson
9T)00 from fflm to silence a Mr?. Baddln,1 should lookup the list of premiums
"to San Quontln 'prUon for extracting
READINO FOR THE
Every reader of The Journal
Daily Capital Journal
S- ... r r-- i
MY HOPftR BROTHBRS.
MONDAY, JA 13, IBM.
robbery, pffthe Amerl
;r ai&tnnt'cd In thecf-
THK GREAT BOND ROBBERY,
can people 'ever attempted
fort of President Cleveland to sell
$100,000,000 gold bonds to a foreign
pyndlcnto, with an option dn SlOO.txxv
000 more. The great goldbug robber
In the white house has never scrl
otisly attempted to sell those bonds
to the American people.
The United States senate has de
cided by a large majority that no more
bonds shall bo sold at private Biilo or
under private contract. Senator Mc
Ilrldo went on record twice In
favor or this resolution offered by
Senator Elklns. Senator Mitchell was
absent, but stands with McDrlde
against bond sales to syndicates.
The vote to adjourn over the Elklns
resolution showed a peculiar state of
affairs, The 'silver Democrats dc
Bcrtcd silver and went with their
party. This will centralize tho silver
Republicans of the senate on the rcvo-
nuobill and with the two ropullst
votes expected tho bill will pass. Rut
adopting the Elklns resolution blocked
tho president's game of choslng a pri
vate 8200,000,000 bond contract with
tho Morgan syndlcate,tho most lawless
and high-handed goldbug robbery
The president should bo impeached
for undertaking such "midnight bar
gains under da.rk'-lantcrrt light."
Such sleight-of-hand performances by
an administration of a government by
the people shows how far our country
lias drifted towards an Irresponsible
despotism. This latest performance
should be condemned regardless of
party. Tho American people have
tho first right to buy bonds If any
arc needed to maintain tho credit,
honor and Integrity of our govern
And why do tho "noble .TO" say
"Whew !" Itccmiso Senator Mcllrldo
Ih not .In favor of the freo and Inde
pendent coinage of slluT.-Otwego
Well, tho thirty nover took that
position. Thero wore u great nmny
"free and Independent colnago of
sliver" men among them, but they
wanted first of all a Republican sen
ator. If Harvey Scott hurt dictated a
bcniitor he would have been a goldbug,
voting for tho Cleveland gold bond
robbery o(,tho,Auioricau people Mr.
McUrltta will never do that. Ho
Wanda for tho rights of the American
Ioplo to govern their own country,
and for genuine bimetallism.
JOHN BULL BACKS DOWN.
TIip newscflme Saturday that Eng
land would -end the Venezuela con
troversy by coming to a direct agree
ment with that country. Crowds
about Tiik Journal bulletin boards
-1 1...1 ,. l1i tl.ta nnnnr
isstlll dragging along gj. ESfoSSiTt a'-'STb
Troin a scriptural staudpolnt Dr, tJjc cl)capcst paper on lhc PaclfIc
Brown should nefer have begun a co.t t Wth It we give yearly sub-
prosecution against Mrs. Davidson, scrlptlom to any of the following
"If a man sue you for your coat, glyc valuable publications, each known to
i... ;.-A..-i-t;n-rnT.,i nrni.rniW the world as.i standard In its field:
tion, was Christ's moCfa Ho seemed i
n !..'. I.iaf oil tmlWr.ilnl .rOsVlirffl'
.l lltl.i; HliV 111. njlllivmt - -- -
and took vengeance' In his own hand.
Another curious feature Is the fact
expressed great satisfaction at what that Mrs. DavIdmn.Mrs. Baddln. Mrs.
Tunnell, Mrs, Stockton and Over
man arc all divorced women. Blown
as a materialist and sensationalist has
been a power for evil rather than
good. Hp should have adopted Ben
Butler's rule never to be found nlone
with a woman not his wife.
was apparently a complete back down
on the part of Grea;Brilnin. That
country has for fifty yearn refused to
settle what she now proposes to settle
The Venezuela minister to tho
United Stsitcs, was shown tho cable
gram that Great Britain was to re
establish direct diplomatic relations
with Venezuela, tho- overtures to
be made through the good otllccs of
an American state, not the United
In diplomatic circles at Washing
ton the Impression obtains that the
dispatcher Indicated a barkdown In
Great Britain's attltudu toward the
South American republic. Chile was
regarded as the country through
fflilch Great Britain was most likely
to make any new representations to
Venezuela of the character Indicated
In the dlspatches.as Its relations, with
that country arc very cordial.
Tho effect of a direct settlement
with Venezuela will lc to deprive the
jommlHHlori Just appointed by the
president of their occupation. Great
Britain's chango of front in an Illus
tration of the magic effect of a touch
of tho Monroe doctrine.
Portland Is the home of political
extravagances and corruption In Ore
gon. It is a wiioicsomo sign una some
of the extravagance Is to bo dealt
with In that city. There Is little hope
of any success becauso corrupt men
cannot bo otherwise than extravagant.
Wllon It takes from $20,000 to $.10,000
to heel up the city primaries, how can
tho peoplo expect ( anything but
rottencss In tho outcoino?
Lets see: There's the German-English
crisis, "the Spanish-Cuban crisis,
tho Turkish-Armenian crisis, the
American-British crisis, tho Biltlsh-
Transvaal crisis. There vlll besome
thlng for the newspaper- for a few-
weeks to come.
The Daily Capital Journal has a
new dress and came out New Year's
day with a very creditable edition.
The now dress makes a decided Im
provement for tho better, on that
ulrcady tirat-class paper. Stayton
TlicrahMmcu In tho city council
,Vnovaut'to go ahead and finish up
tto clly liall when thero Is not a
dollnr Insight to do It with, when to
do so moana only to Increase the nl-
ready large Interest-bcarlngdebt, and
wlieu It will cost uioro to light and
heat tho new building than rent costs
In tho present. Othern want to create
o new ward to make places for men on
the council who have axes to grind.
Eighteen hundred and ninety-six U
going to bo a poor year for business
and It ought to bo a bad. year for
Salem faittfera-arp flQiily going to
Nrture a Jot of uranuuuii at ti
ortkt)l fcow, but they are going to
wpiure tho .how IUol( nnd bring it
l-o bai m next-year.
1'horc Isa great deal of war feeling
without atiy war, mid that Is all
right. The mtml sentiment of tho
...M-ii world to agaiiio ,,. .
compel sonic country llko Turkey to
take its bloody hands off tho Arnica
laiis, or to establish moro dimly some
great principle -for the elevation of
Senator Sqiilte proposes an Alaskan
boundary commission to cost $75,000.
As the (inference the dispute Is about
amount Ui only 01 feet of n strip of
Alaska real eitnto, It will cost $10,500
If we get it
To Kentucky Blackburn men bay
they will resist any ballot being taken
for senator untlll the vacancy caused
by Representative Wllsto's deatli
shall bo tilled. An election cannot be
hold before January 21.
The Toledo Blade,
The Queen of Fashion,
The Farm News.
The Child Garden.
These vnluable publications arc
each wortjia $1 a year, yet we give
i ou your choice, one year free, for a
$1.50 subscription to The Journal,
cither the Daily for six months or
the Weekly for eighteen months.
Sec the list, and don't neglect to profit
Don't be deceived ln(o paying for
so-called premiums offered with high
priced papers at a slight advance.
Remember The Journal Is .the
cheapest newspaper on the Pacific
coast, und It gives you high grade
premiums without auuitionai cuargc.
Your Boy Won't Live Long.
So Mr. Gllman Brown.of 34 Mill St.,
South Gardner, Mass., was told by the
doctors. Ills son had Lung tumble,
following Typhoid Malaria, and he
spent three hundred and seventy-five
dollars with doctors, who finally gave
him up, sayliur: "Your boy won't live
a month." He tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and n few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work n perfectly well man. He
says he owes his present good health
to the use of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, and knows it to be the best In
the world for Lung trouble. Trial
bottles free at Fred A. Legg'sdrugl
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f ESTAIILIbHUD i8n
Volnmc CXXXH beBini Unuafv iiu.
During lCo6 Godey'i Mcilnc, mIIi'.
TALKS WITH "i
VJluflti'e hints Hboiil var oui t)ranch
Industrv which nrc ODen to icnm. u.. " l
ustr which Bie onen to woracn, by wlj J
o hire iucceeJd In tliem.
MUtJIC I.N AMERICA.
fMjM Jtrtn rtf mititiM.1 ...l.t
9nilihprn Pnrifir CO Blu''ted each month with 'poataK!'
OU LI I lit I II I ablll VU. pRjih?,ndoneormorepjKeolmiiiio iv?"
' ' itiukIc utone will make a aluatil. ,n. '?''
This icries of articles U a unique (1I0D
tcn among .iiont'.lv magMlnc. 'I he prtpe ''
interesting-to all renders, ami are if p0,i,i
California nprcs Tinin Kun J illy U.-tecn
rortlaml and am riancuco.
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il:oo p m.
I 0:45 a. m.
value to llwe who play or stnij.
'HluitraleiUrlicle upon the Let and ne..
' plays and the Jwemou actors, partlc, . '
tlie.bcbt Auuiican proJuctloiH. Tho.. "
Alwve tralnsstop it Ea-rt I'orilanJ, Oiegon much more than gossip of plajers. 'IherT,.
.ity, Wo Uburn, &aem, lurn-r, .laiioii. micriainwi; h Jtu3S1 ms 01 me Uramai il...
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Tv Portland ai I tioam.
lv Salem It. 701
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from Roseburg toAshland, iucluthc,
R03EBURO MAIL DAILY
South . I, . yorth
8:30 a.m. lv. Tort land a r. 4:40 p.m.
11:00 a.m. lv. Salem lv. 2:20 p.m.
'5:20 p.m ar. Boscb'g lv. 3:.TO a.m.
Vlie Magaiine will be well and tliorouckt,
aitrated from covrr to cover rmn.. '
arfclfa anil tmnrml nillin.1. f -I . " '"t
".."- ""- ""T
I 4:00 p.m.
V0LZ i MIESCKE, Props.
Uealars in all kinds of fresh andsalt meats
lyrresb. sausaijfl a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST .
iirComnicrclit st Collie lilock
Successor to C. M Heck & Co.
Host meatvin the city, Prompt dslivcry
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN
PULLMAN I3UFFET SLEEPERS
and of ond-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Detwccn Portland and Corvailit, daily (ex
cept Sunday, 1 . v
7:.? a.rru-f- tiv J'orUand.' Ar
1SI5P m. f Ar. Corvallis
Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Central Sc Eastern, Railroad.
Illustrated worn cover to cover
nd improved methods ofmaklnp j
printing the plates will be cmploiad
The covers are different every month "ft.
are desigrfed 1 by popular artists, and thecoren
for a year will bt valuable as an utt collecimn
in themselves. va
TUE FASHION DEPARTMENT
which Tor scars has given the latest fdt ...i
ROUI'E fashions, is of particular Intercut 10 womtn
A UU.Mi; MAUAZINE.
Godey.s Is a msgazlne of this country n,i
of to-day. Itisalamlly macazinc, with a
larger scope than ithadas the "Lady's B00V"
It is monthly feast of wholesome, Inierestnij
reading, fit for every membcj or the house!
Lv ) i:35 P-
Express tralfTdaily except Sunday.
Governor MoKlnley and wife on
Thursday celebrated their silver wed
ding In tho llttlo cottage at Canton,
O., where they Iwgan tliclr married
life and have always lived.
The municipal Judge at Portland Is
to bo cut down to $.1,000 a year. This
Is Hhamefnl. The Incumbent could
not make a thousand a year at any
thing else In the world.
SALEM WATER CO.
Officer W llamette Hotel Buildm.
For water service apoly at office. Hills
payable monthly in advance. Maki- u I
complaints at the olfice.
Open splcket to pr cut fr- osi
lively prohibited. Cue Ah ml I i taken
if in danger of freezing to hive moji ami
Mite gate closed see section ru1 111 'eg
ulation, No deduction in bills will be al
lowi.d for absence or fir ant c.inse vlatevci
nnl- ss water Is cut of from premises.
Fnl)rlto,,flmi,i, r- -'' favor of
some of tho I'opullstic reform liicnh
ures, but favors carrying them out
within the Republican party.
Tho Marlon county court has set
the price of deputy hire at 2 a day.
The day of $r and I0 a day clerkshli
ought to bo ended,
Press dispatches say: "Tho fact
that Dr. Urown continues to haiboy
Miss Overman under his roof bus
canned much unfavorable comment,
particularly since tho publication of
dispatches nbont her alleged career In
tho 1 several Sound cities." This Is
more creditable to Dr. llrown's hu
manity than anything ho has done.
Sl-XI LU1 in-
Senator Mollrlde has voted steadily
against Cleveland' lwiid scheme.
Ho evidently does not 1m1 love In sell-
lug bonds to Kuropcans anil shipping I ' ' -
money out of this couhtry for tho' Saturday the Republican senate
next thirty years. In this he ropre- caucus decided to adopt a resolution
Assailed a Young- Girl.
The case of the state vs R. J3. r.-it-thews
for attempted rape of Grace D.
Smith last Thursday night at Rose
burg, was before Justice Hamlin Sat
urday. The evidence on the paitof
tlte state, was very clear, nnd cro.!
examination, failed to weaken It.
Miss Smith, the prosccutlngwltnrs
testilied, In substance, that In going
through tho school house ground-.
when she entered the shawdow of the
school building on the south sldoslie
was seized by defendant and pulled or
dragged up to an open window and
was thrust through Into the basement
wlillo sho wns screaming and strug
ling to escape. Tho defendant
Jumped In after her and pulled her to
the stairs leading up to the first floor.
He continued to hold and take liber
ties with her. She scratched his face
and neck causing the blood to run
down on his collar, and bit him on the
,,rn. ..!.-.. UJ 111.1 MllC.li. , .. . ,,,
tenco and force kept her thoio about
an hour and a half.
Mlhs Smith's long abiunce from
homo alarmed her .folks, and a largo
number of per.ons went to search. As
Llll'ti IHilMM flUTir I lift GniinAllirtll.iA Bnnn I ..
..'..., """ i."muii-i- uiisc- Meets all mill and pj.senjfer trains Ban
iiuiibuifi- nearu a struggling within !ga?c and oxpress to all parts of the city.
443 1- n
75 P. m.
I Lv. I'onl.ind Ar,
Has a. m.
6:50 a. m.
to ai) points in the Uulern Slates, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest r.itci
frofn WAV. SINNER, Agent. Stlem.
E. P, ROGERS., At. G j" Jj P. A., '
, Portland, Or.
R. KOElll.ER, Manager.
('ijiiiil National Bank,
Traustct a general banking business.
1 ranst -x
IIARRV IOWN. PROP.
Express, biiggaee and all kinds cr work
done promptly. Leave orders at P-Uton's
T ) MA
I In addition to the features mentioned al,
each number, vill contain a Mural amount of
fiction, by the best writers, articles on tut,,,,,
of general intercit, book reviews, etc. etc
S ibscridtions, Ji.of, a year. "'
send ten cent for u fample copy. None ,,,
THE GOPEY COMPANV.
52 Lafayette Pltice, New York,
loo ho for etcry $10 invested can be made by
our new Systematic Plan of Speculation.
Mo 00 and more made dr. ly on small inves
ments,' by many persons wl o lite away from
All wo ask is to investigate our new and or.
igna) methods. Past workings of plan and
highist references furnished. Our Booklet
Points and Hints," how to make money
even when on the ssrong side of the market
nnd other information seut FREE.
GILMOUE & Co., hankers and Drokcrs
Ppcn Uoardof Trade llldg., Chicago, II
Miss Ballou's School
Governor Ilradley Is tho only South
ern Republican governor, and tin
only one who Is making war on lynching.
There Is no uso working to pay oil
a mortgage if congress passes the
Pnulflo funding bill. Just get your
sentstlio peoplo of Oregon-
positively nnirinlng the Monroe doc
iinasaw two persons' forms on lino
vlth tho opjwslte window. Their
presence appeared to frighten her
assailant! ho released her and cseniwxi
and Miss Smith then Jumped out of
the window and ran for her homo with
her clothes so badly torn that her dis
arrangement were easily perceived by
those who saw her.
The defense offered no ndverso testi
Telephone No. 70,
INSURANCE -J. N. Ferguson,
Wesiern Assurance ofToro-ito, p
....,.. . .. . . ' ' '- -
jjiHion, icw .eaianu 4nurancc company
and the .Etna Life -nnd Accident, has
uiuvvti ma oiucc in wun tne iiiotxi Kml
iiiaic oiucc, up htairriii-pot olfice build
J"L'. i-a im"
l'K .hi) is
Will receive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to beginners. All desired
branches for theolder puplU taught, Includ
inguraiving, moJeling. music plain and ar.
... "v,,,c BorK A" worIC don on the in.
dividual plan in which each child is ad
vanced according to its own capacity. F. r
term? nnd particulars apply to Miss O. Hal.
lou. Twentieth and Chemel.eta sts.
A SPECIAL OFFER.
We take subscriptions, at a club rale, toH
the Magaiines in the country, in connection
with the Capilal Journal,
Amoug tlm higher prised nnd well edited
publications is the New England Msgiint
which, with nil the features of general Int
erest of the other gicat Illustrated monthlies
has, beviHes, its own specially in which It It
unrivalled. As its name Implies, this tut,.
art, history and literature of New England,
To those of New England birth or nrigini
therefore, it is especially welcome, andaycat'i
suiiscnption maneo apcriect present. Whst.
ever cise you yourseit take,
iSew j,nglancl .Maganne.
bed with tills p
you want the
$3 per year. CluV.
per,$2 .10. Sample free.
Klirt !-. Kl-XLOGG.
u.MiiiiSAAiuN uil r.nnr m .
District Attorney r,wn !"" a";!,a,!.,mna.n,!.l!lse"V '
made a brief statement as to law nn ' sciaiic'rheumat u r',,1 u Xi -'.i !',!',
..,.v . 1... .- ""iiu., :;,. :. - ii mum,
.! ijuiniiiy ior rapo or nttemptcd
rape. Justice Hamlin held the evi
dence Biiillclentto bind Matthews over
to nppear beforo tho grand Jury, and
ilxed his bonds nt W.OOO.
lwtl savings buiks would make
our (jpuntry Indepondent nnd consor
nitljvp In lis government.
Is mightier than tho crow. Tholr slmw
have a right to
Saturday was a
ii.."5--"-! " "" "
", "awr Vtlu tot
tut UMt uc
il rtknM ria
Uwk forsn. with ,.
lfM null naktf
Vrlll biikfint ia .Hf
cn rsaioM Akll run uvi-vrr:.
pwmauatir tvMoriL XUluMaJk&7
IjTT I TflHft
liil I IiFBit
El 1 llrFnr 'V
Glvo tho lieople a chance to brcntho
-and not over an 8 mill city tax.
Lying dismantled In tho armory
building, in one comer ninong tho
rubbish during the poultry show,
slumbered tho old brass Xuixilcon,
known as 'lVnnoyor's cannon;" Ver
ily, the hen
Tito popular loan will not bo per- The Hours (ranchorsl of TrAnavunl
mltted. If uny man could (most 20 ro tho rurltatis or South Africa,
to $100 In a a nor cent L'ovormmuit "
bond, that money would not llo Idlo
In the banks. Tho thiiiuolal iwlloj- of
our country Is not dictated In the
Interest of Iho people.
.Dr GrantoMHirtland, in after nil
clegia uud MlraoU which ar nup
Irt(fd by state ttid. In that rcsjwot
liQlNUllrlglu. Tho common hchools
only, should 1 supported by a tax on t buy jour bonds.
the people. There Is too much ineetnl
legislation thf.y3 days, -SherldatiSuiu , UuckUn's Arnica SMva
wi x ,. 1. 1 The tlt Suvc ln ,he WOfM foj Cu
Th. 0. w lumworker . boomtng SST & cV,fe UChub''
Ceo. C. Ihowncll forugro,mo &?2aSSS
,"J" "'.." .W W'wd II i ntnD(i
mcsi Mtiiitcticn tu-BiSw .-i.. "P -V
Salum editors not only talk poult r,,
but Uioy had It on exhibition.
ISuroponn gold Is coming this way
to tnke up tho new bond Jistto.
Mr. Cleveland, glvo us all u chanco
hi o Mr
We lute a combination oil which t ,m,i.i
wonder. Address. IL HkCKMAN,
Uox 169. Traveling Agent, Eucene. Or.
Given by a qualified teacher, a native
uciiiiuny. v-iaues lor children on
Svtirday nt Channlng Hall.
Mrs. Rapsey. 434 Marlon St
Given rm reasonable terms y an experienced
teacher. -t wA. RAPSEY,
4S4 .Marion it
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Tho American Protective Tariff League
Is a national organization advocating
"Protection to American Labor and
Industry " as explained by its constitu
tion, as follows :
Th ebjct of thtt L..tu. ihtll b, to prcUct
Am,r,en l.bcr by UnfYon Import.. whlohihU
d.qut.ly ..our. Arn.riein lndu.tr .1 pTodutl.
giin.t thi oomp.tltlon of for.Ien lbor.'
There are no personal or private
profits in connection with the organiza
tion and it is sustained by memberships,
contributions and the distribution of its
"MtmUfh!p,'nd 'Official Corr..pondnt..''C
wh.lhr .matlor Urft, to our esu.t, "r,uu"""'
THIRD: JV publ!iKlrei;n,0f dooum.nU
.pit ..twin b m.il.d toanyddrMfa. 60 Mnt.
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lories'Vo s"c1 7he V, "V ? " R
iddJess,"1" f'm ,3l?f?V Fr P""";'
156 State street.
IJut It seouw unnecessary to aliuse R'
DID YOO EVER .uf froa real aw.
rtVKmJ Wbo eyery nerroaMtne4
1 1. - U,T "I Peculiar, cimpt
folB, w In one placo, and then knotbar
wrtthlnt Jumble In tbo brln, nd yoa b!
lloa ot tb tMrra center. h.i.. t- .v-
. and ,mitu, tnUembto abjhtiT
Dr. MikS ,"- JBWW iMxltt,
Health. 7 we
worrleu mo nnut 1. SSt 4 SLSJ?
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HARD TIMES PRICES!
Hand-uiade steel shohs I 5
Track shoeinc "
"''" 3 50
loo Chemekets, street. ""'"
C. H. LANE,
Cominereial Slrccf. Corner Stale
Th Capital Prinline Comnanw h
moved to that location. Call on us.
1 eaorjiw. or anv inAimu.
1 mbwu. tifio i.i..n. . .U
IrrrrMU mmuUo, flon 0 n.Booui ,.
InrtfwwjOHOIKUlCa kruon, Kon-utrtBjwt
kOMM(Un,0.Hi Sold by Dracftat,
or ..nt in (lata wraMfr,
br zre.. wa&aU. for
II.CO. or 3 WtfMTfcW.
ClrcuUr ..at oa otuwh
MONEY TO LOAN
On farm land security. Special
tes on larCe loans. Loins
vuiiiiucicu wimout delay
D CkUkeUrj EHalltb HMI Hrul.
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