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FIlJDAY, JAJJ. 17, WDO.
A REPUBLICAN CRISIS.
'I'lio Hcpulillcnn party of Oregon It
.feroUfllit nco o face wltli a prists
which It way not mirvlvc. The mIIii
ntlon is moro serious than many
pftoplo uccni to think. Let us look
this situation squarely In the face
niul not try to blink at It. While
politicians nrc scheming foratlvant
.ajro.nnd office holders laugh In their
bIcovo the taxpayer Is terribly In
The Itepuhllcun masses of Oregon
demanded a new deal In the last state
convention, Thoy swept away the
old Hlato and put In now men and
adapted loform platform. New
deals wore ordorcd nnd more strongly
worded platforms wcie adopted In the
larger counties of the state, and can
didates for the legislature were
plccgcd to the same things that state
What was the rosult ? The tax
payors accepted these propositions In
good faith. They put the party In
pocscsslon of all tho state olllces and
only one Democrat was elected to
hnlh houses of tho legislature. It
was a clean sweep. What was 1 ho re
hull V Did tho men entrusted with
all that legislative power uso It
wisely? What Is tho verdict of tho
jxjoplo on that ? Ask tho press of tho
state? Ask any man on tho strcot?
In tho senate Blmou was put In con
trol. Blmon, McGinn and tho hold
over senators, aided by some of tho
now reform satelltes, organized tho
senate. Did thoy retrench and
reform? Ask tho senators who en-
tnrori u combine to irlvo themselves
generous slices In tho general appro
priation bill ? Ask tho senators who
employed clerks and experts without
restraint at W to 810 u day and con
ducted Investigations that didn't In
vestigate? Ono of those hlgh-prlccd
Investigations has been examined
since and was found to bo n fraud.
Tho rest of them that cost In all $13,-
000 of tho clerkship boodlo that tho
gang gobbled up, would prove Just as
This Is tho record of tho Simon and
McGinn scnato organization. Simon
nnd McGinn and thoso who stood In,
to got tho state's tin, arc now under
condemnation of tho jwople. Tho
Iioumi did not do much better al
though it had majority who could bo ro
lled upon to pass roform measures. Tho
promise of a now deal was not only
broken In tho legislature, hut It has
in lutnn L-nnt III uriinn dMinr ri8Mf('.IH.
Tho state Insane asylum, tho blind
school and n few changes In tho stato
house are all tho evidences of u now
deal tho people have seen. Tliosu-
promo court, as much under oblig
ation to obey tho state platform, has
not retrenched a dollar. Governor
Lord unci Secretary Klncald have cut
off extravagances hero and there. Hut
thero has been no now deal In the
stnte Institutions as a whole. Men
who have been lit positions for long
periods at big salaries are still re
tained. Nonrlv till nf tliiwi urn lovnl
to the iMrtlmiil gang that wrote re
form platforms only to betray thorn, I
They umi their positions not for the
public but to sink the party that
honors thorn with a lavish hand. i
What can tho peoplodo? What can
they expect from n special scbslou of
tho legislature? Of course, thu talk
that If the legislature were convened
tho Nitno ollkers would serve, Is all
bosh. The legislature adjourned Blue
dlo and It has no officers. It would
have to elect now oftlcors. Would It
uleetMr. Klmou prvsldeut? It Is re
ported that wiih part of Senator Han
croft's mlwloii to Salem. Tub Joint
N.r, will give $100 to any charity In
' ' I I I II II S) III I I II III lllH
forever Gut id.
Four out of tlvawl
early emy. Yk
Mw, rn;lyia job'
Dg't 4silr. Svr&Xw'UHtkurlCt
Hnktttlt tuc'Btftcsnmprotfitco n
gcnjlfrio reform menstijo Benntor
Hlm'oii ever Introduced.
Wilt thoKepubllcans boablo to keep
any of tlio rerorms promise i;
people, Willi most of the office In tho
slate house and In the slaU- Institu
tions still hold by tho friends of the
.. . 1 I .!..,.. ..( till!
gang mat was which u" ",,v
Inst state convention? Will the Re
publican party Iw able to keep Its
pledges with the men In control of
the legislature who deliberately vio
lated their pledges last winter? It Is
rot to talk about It. Tho llcpubllcan
party of Oregon has It-self to deal
with. If it does not deal fahly,
squarely, heroically, honestly and In
good faith with tho people, the people
will deal with It. Tub Jouknal has
IlKht with men in this matter.
It loves the grand old party too
well to desert It In this crisis. Hut It
loves good government nnd will stand
by the masses of the people as against
any corrupt promise-breaking lender
ship that Is doing more to ruin the
party than' all Its enemies combined.
Tub .Jouhnal has advocated a new
deal and reform measures in
good faith over since lthns been under
the present management. Tun Joun
nai8 Hcpubllcanlsm has no affinity
with partisans for revenue nnd huxtcr
politicians who merely train with
any party to servo tho corporations.
A social session or tho legislature
with a different leader In control
might relieve tho peoplo of half a
million dollars state appropriations
and county taxes for tho year begin
ning .Inly 1, 1800. To call the legHJa
turo together under Mr. Simon's con
trol, Is to repeat the crlmo of last
February. The legislative records
Show what that was
crisis the Itepubllcan
That Is the
party has to
face. It lias got to face tho people
of Oregon on that record or
repudiate that rotten receivership
which has only led It Into tho mire.
The samo gang that used Its club to
force the appointment of a McGinn
to n circuit Judgeship will bo used to
force a special session In tho Interest
of tho gang. That gang lias not a
redeeming feature. It lias sunk tho
city of 1'ortlnnd $5,000,000 In debt nnd
Hindu times so hard thero Hint food
front tho swill-barrels and refuse from
from the slaughter houses Is the diet
of thousands. They wanted an ex
tra session to fasten their grip on
tho state, which Is now brokcn.and to
retain their hold on a city which
they havo nearly ruined. Tho llcpub
llcan party wants new leadership. It
cannot llvo in tho old rut. It must
get out of It or It will bo buried under
tho storm of public sentiment, and
repudiated by the people.
Ilarvoy Scott cannot rise uhovo
Ho now attributes
Dolph's dofeat to Gov. Lord. Ho
cannot imagine that publlosentlmont
had anything to do with It. Yet there
was not a crossroad In Oregon where
tho men who were voting against
Dolph were not given an ovation If
thoy would meet tho peoplo and there
was not a public meeting held In
Oregon that demanded tho return or
Mr. Dolph. Scott does not liellovo
the jieoplo have any right to bo heard
In public affairs. He believes tho
peoplo should havo u guardian sot
- , over thcma"1 u lK)SS t0 n,1 tnom
Tho January number ot "Table
Talk" Is tho tlrst of Vol. XI. This
uttructlvo mngiuiuo Is called the
American authority upon culinary
and household topics, and Is printed
monthly at HI!) Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, 1.00 a year. This
number contains an able paper by
Mrs. Kate Douglas Wlggln, and about
100 literary uud culinary articles, with
a bill of fare for each day iu tho
mouth. We shall bo glad to help our
readers to procure this delightful
It would l really too bad If tho
Portland Monitors had to como back
to Salem to net upon tho dates rcso-
lutlon which the house sent to them
and which they treated with such
disdainful silence. Hut drowning
men will catch at a btraw and rathor
than Iw wiped out of oxlstcnco polit
ically they will como back niul confess
that they were wrongs
. PfcoHf Caiterta.
pfo nhd rolahd-Ghltm-Ifog-EcbO'
tedder Bays. The Capital Jouittf At,
which Is always our most welcome
Ktirst, called on the Leader Thursday
morning Inn lovely new dross, Ytc
ore glad that lis bright sparkling and
well edited pages arc bringing this
evidence of prosperity. The Leader
extends compliments of the scatoli.
' At tho Albany creamery meeting
directors present wcrcS, Froman, .Ins.
Hunter, Wyllo Klnscjr, Alfred Wheeler
nnd 0. L. Hccs. The following ofll
ccrs were selected: S. Froman, presi
dent; A. Wheeler, secretary; K. W.
Langdon, treasurer. Arrangements
were begun for the establishment of
skimming stations, the HM. toboitt
"Tho voters arc now running the
machine, nnd not tho old politicians.
as of yore," says the Hoscburg I'lain
dcalcr, and announces that Douglas
county will send a solid delegation to
the district convention for Hinder
The present congress is employing
a great many clerks of committees nnd
many of tho committees employ a
messenger at $1,800 a year. A con
gressman from Oregon who wont have
any clerks or messengers, or pen
knives or codes (s n possibility.
A pood many expressions In tho
newspapers of thNdlstilel go to show
tlinl there Isn very low concept Ion of
the roprnseiilatlvo principle. Men
who represent absolutely nothing but
a desire to hold office aic candidates
Tub JounNAf. will lct a cookie the
next general appropriation bill will
not be Hindu qulto so general. Since
years It lias been the custom to load It
down with every Job that could not
be worked oil against the state In any
While so many aro kicking about
the higher stato tax, let us be thank
ful that tho Marlon county lovy Is
lower, tho city lovy may bo only 8
mills, and the school tax could bo re
duced until times are better.
Tho wife or Itepresontatlvo 1111
legas, of Lane county, lias been quite
ill and Is now better. Mr. IIIllegas'H
neighbors talk of sending him buck
to tho legislature again.
Tho Salem Capital Jouhnal came
out In a bran now dress yesterday.
Tho ono cent dally seems to bo meet
ing with prosperity. Itoschurg He
There should bo no higher Salem
school tax levy this year than Is abso
lutely necessary to got along, Hotter
have a deficiency and mnko it up
when times aro tatter, in 1807.
Lydell linker lectured before the
Eugene and University Advancement
club on "Tho Evolution of Darwtu-
Through His Ncrvlno Is a Ben
efactor to Thousands."
WIDELY known WUconalnpublUher,
who rtiilde t Oreon lUy, writes
March Ctb, ISM, m follow i
"KIto ycar ago I became to nerroui that
mental work vraa a burden. IcouMuoiroat
at night on account of alepltuneu. My
attention wat callvd to Dr. Mil' Uottom-
tiro Korvlnt.and I commenced to uto It
with the very bent effect. Since then I
havo kept a bottle In my houw and uso It
whenever my nerve become unstrung, with
always the aaina sood rveulu. My son also
takes It tor nervousness
with like never falling
success, I have recom
mended it to many and
It cure them. All who
suffer trout nerve
troubles should trr it.
It Is trco from narcotics, perfectly harm
less, and yet soothes and strengthens. Dr.
Miles, through hi Nervine U a benefactor
to thousands." A. o. LKHM AN.
Editor and proprietor of Dew Laxmhah.
Dr. Miles Nervine U sold ou guarantee.
beUUwlllbntor atcaey refunded.
si , &" f5fliUI
Phenomenal Demand for
Characteristic Letters From AH
Kinds of People,
The phenomenal circulation of the
Wkkkly Capital, Jouhnal In nil the
postodlcos of Western Oregon causes
n great deal of comment, and needs
some explanation. Orders keep pour
ing In by every mall, and while names
aro struck on" the list as soon as a sulv
scrlptlon expires tho additions sur
pass the expirations.
IT IS TUB CHEAPEST
Weekly In the state. Ono year $1.00,
six months M) cents, three months Z
cents. At this low price all enn afford
to take an Oregon Weekly, and these
hard times they naturally take tho
itPiuiput. It In too cheat) to do with
out It, and conducted on the. cash in
advance basis, they know they will
not have a bill run on them.
THE PEOPLE WANT IT.
The peoplo will not pay cash In ad
vance for a paper unless they want It
and appreciate It. The Weekly Is
iis popular as The One Cent Daily
willed Is conceded to be the most pop
ular dally In Western Oregon. A man
brought In a silver half dollar tho
other dav and ordered It for two
months. He said: "I can't get work
this winter. I can get along without
one meal a day. Hut I can't get along
without The One Cent Daily.
These long, cloudy, rainy, winter days
It comes a welcome messenger tochecr
the whole family." The people feel
tho same way about the Weekly.
KIIOM NETAUTS HAY.
comes a cheerlnglettor from a .subscri
ber at jSetarts, urcgou who encloses it
dollar nnd writes:
"Deau Editekh: The Journal
has the truo Republican ringnboutlt.
I wish that every paper in the coun
try would advocate tho peoples cause
as The Journal docs. I will d" nil
I can for The Journal
W. 0. 0'IIAItA,
A Republican of the school of Abra
Mr. O'Hnrn, Is not nfrald to sign
hlmscir nn Abraham Lincoln Republi
can and The Journal reels proud to
lie considered a champion or Abraham
Como orders for The $1 Weekly
Journal. Silver dollars are sent.
John Holm, Lining, Texas, sends us
n big dollar of the daddy In a com
mon envelope, it Is one or those "In
God WcTrnst," dollars, coined In 18H.1,
good enough for any American, nnd
good enough for any newspaper. The
Journal Is the only silver Dally nnd
Weekly In Oregon. The Journal Is
tho only Dally and Weekly In Oregon
tlint lights tho whole gold bond hum
bug nnd stands for tho right or tho
American people tolmy their bonds. It
demands Republican legislation for
the American people Instead or for
tho corporation, tho trusts, the land
holders nnd syndicates.
ORDER THE JOURNAL.
Clrculato tho Daily and Weekly.
Stand by tho cause of good goverment
for the musses and sound American
principles. We willpnyoxtrn postngo
on silver. Don't scud stamps.
Hood's is Wonderful.
No less wonderful nro the cures ac
complished by Hood's Sarsaparllla,
oven after other preparations and
physicians' prescriptions have fnlled.
Tho reason, however, Is simple.
When the blood Is enriched niul puri
fied, disease disappears and good
health returns, and Hood's Sarsapa
rllla Is tho one truo blood purifier.
Hood's pills are prompt and etllclcnt
nnd do not purge, pain or gripe,
Commercial Strcot, Corner State
Tho Capital Prinitnc Company has re
moved to tint location. Call on us.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farm lsnd security. Special
rates on large loans, Ixnm
consldeied without delay
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
Over Buth's Hsnk.
T. K. FORD
MONEY JO LOAN.
l have $5000 to loan in one sura or any
fractional part uot less than $300 To loan in
Salem during the next 30 days. Address
J. II. IMYLEY,
l(fiy Stark street, t Portland, Or
FARM FOR SALE!
360 acres, located j miles west of Wapata
station, amhlll count, and i miles south
of Gaston, iv acres of hops, large hop house,
20 acies wheal land, 10 acre meadow and
beaver dami most of the balance well set in
a variety of tame grasses. Good soil, no
rock, easily put In cultivation, witrCiprlnir or
ereekion every 40 acre. Will sell in tricts
of 40 acres or more at prices from $aSo up.
ward, according to location and improve,
menu. Lwy terms, For further particular
enquire of Wm.1I.EGAN, .
1 4 Gem!, Or
iron rs as&
.lluivttftuu - ' - n i rPF
V i '
HARD TIMES PRICES!
The times are hard and I propoVc to give
the putilic hard limes pric:s.
New factory slioes.plain oo
With toes and calks IS0
Haml.madc steel shoes 2 oo
Track shoeing 2 5
Js Jac7c" J(tvh'lns,
loo Chemcketa Ureet,
Capital Transfer Co.
HARRY TOWN. PROP.
Express, l).'EEar;e nn'l b M"'! cf wo'k
me promptly. Leave orders at I'alton's
.Ieet nil mall nnd pastener trsins J3a
gage and cxptcss to all pa'it of the city
Prompt service, Telephone N". "a
Local agents In all town nnd hici'ii
and throughout the Unlti-d Stale nn.l teii
tories to sell the best washer In co'i-l I
Ing Its price from $3 to $5. For pirlicul.t
J. D. I1ROWN,
156 Stato street. Salem, Oregon.
STRAYED OR STOLEN. dsrk bay
horne, weighing about I.t5. white star in
forhcad, branded on left shoulder t . Also
a bay marc weighing about 1,200; hrand not
known. Liberal reward will be paid tor the
horse or Information nhout litem. Address
Adam Synder, Salem, Or. 1. 16 Ctt
To Arms to Arms,
50,000 men, women and childern wanted to
buy the stock of furnituri. carpets, mailings,
etc, of J. A. Rotan for the next 6o days at
cost or less, to make room for spring goods.
I mean what I say, am also going to add a
large line of wall paper and moulding to my
stock. J. A. ROTAN,
WOLZ & MIESCKE, Props.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats.
EjjrFreih sausage a specialty,
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
3al Commercial st. Cottle Block
rSueccsnr In C. M TWV & fn 1
Bost meats in tho city, Prompt delivery at
SALEM WATER CO.
Officei Willamette Hotel Butldino-.
For water service annlv at nRr ItStU
payable monthly in advance. Make all
complaints at tne oitice.
Open splcket to prevent freezing, posi
lively prohibiled. Care should bo taken
if in danger of freetlng to have stop and
waste gate closed seo section 3 rules and reg
ulation. No deduction in bills will be nl.
lo.ved for absence or for any cause whatever
unless water is cut of from premises.
V. A. COSICK JJ. H. ALBERT.
Transact a general banking business.
Notice is hereby given that sealed plans
and specifications will be received until Feb
ruarv 3. xfcfo, at to o'clock, a. m., for a hos.
piial building at the Soldiers' Home. Rose
burg, Oregon. Said building to be or wood,
ono story high, with basement; separate rooms
for four inmates and a rl !, ..,.. i. ..
20 persons, and the estimated cost not to ex
ceed5opo. These plans and specifications
must include every thing necessary for a com-
Plete Structure, mortem iinlinhn. ...:..i.. -
Cwa.1 n.l aj1.1.a .t . .1 . .'
State House, alem, Oregon. " Cr$sne '
. , U. F. Aue-
Chairman Executive Committee.
-,w r'"' "" "Ta. -1
EAST AND SOUTH
of i hi:
Southern Pacific Co.
California Express Train-Run dally between
Portland and San Francisco.
"SoUTK j I ort
8:50 p. m.
11:00 p. m.
1 0:43 " m'
Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
City, Woidburu, Salem, Turner, Marlon,
JelTerson, Albany, Aioany junction, irviiit,
Eugene, Crcswell, Drain, and all stations
from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive.
ROSEBURO MAIL DAILY.
South i TNortli
lv. Portland nr.
lv. Salem lv.
11 r. Itosob'g lv.
lv. Portland nr.
nr. Salem lv.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-clajs sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, dally (ex-
7:30 a.m. I Lv.
12: 15 p.m. f Ar.
Ar (6:20 p. m.
Lv ii35 P- m
At Albany, and Corvallis connect with
trams of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Sunday.
4:45 p. m I Lv. 1'ortland
Ar. I 8:25 a m.
7:25 p. m. ) Ar. McMlnville Lv 6:50 a. m.
to all points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei
from W.W. SINNER, Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, At. G. F. & P. A.,
R. KOEI1LER, Manager.
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BuiTet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car berth ias an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars aro the best in the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but nom
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux.
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reaions for the popalarity of "The Milwau
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