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Daily Capital Journal.
BY HOrBR DROTHBR8
l" ..,.. 7.. Jill.
Jianvyocoit. iwm uu
FBIDAY, .TAX 24, 1890.
I hereby nnnounce myself ns a
candidate for Hie onice of COUNTY
ASSESSOR subject to tlic will of the
rounty Hcpubllcnn convention.
i-w J. A. VAN BATON.
MEET THEM, GOVERNOR!
Yes, moot tliom more tlian half way,
the sham reforniors from Portland,
who want n special session for political
nurpoo,to repair tholr broken fences,
and pet back Into the graces of the
people! Give them n passion, und give
It to them hard.
Call them together to pass a law
taxing all corporations 2 nor cent on
their Bros earnings and rulleve the
Call them together to nlxiIMi the
nillro.nl commiS'ilon and that other
corporation body guard, the state
Iward of equalization. Tree the locks
at Oregon City and cancel t heir elec
tric llglit contract.
Call them together to re-enact the
mortgage tax law, pas a maximum
freight law, abolish pasts by which
one-fourth of the pcoplo ride free, and
let all ride at one-fourth less. Wipe
out the American book trust steal and
the chair of ethics at Eugene.
Call the Portland reformers to
Salem for these purposes and see how
they will conic.
Call them together In the Interest
of tho people and head off their
scheme. So far It has only been an
attempt to throw tho responsibility
for breaking their pledges of promised
reforms upon your shoulders nnd the
shnuldors of men who kept their
promises and who arc willing towito.
again for all reform measures.
You hold tho cards, Governor.
Meet their bluff with genuine trumps
and a long suit In the Interest of the
Theso robbers and boodlers who
started this apodal session movement
pretend to have becomo suddenly lr
tuousnnd economical and solicitous
for tho welfare of tho people. If any
of them have repented and reformed,
glvothema chance to confess their
sins, revert) their records of extrnva
Banco nnd plundering, and pose before
tho people as jwlltlcal saints.
A Kpcrlnl session In tho truo Inter
est of the coplu will save a great
deal of money and rid tho state of a
gang that Is now preying oil the tax
payers and laughing In tholr sice en
becauso they think they are making a
howling succa-vs of their pretence of
.1 toucli of
genuine reform measures. Sec how
they would enjoy themselves passing
such bills as the lower house would
send In-to them.
There is need for many reforms and
retrenchments In Oregon. The faith
ful representatives of the people can
be trusted. Under the'pressure of pub
lic sentiment the viper's nest of
corruption nt Portland could be
cleaned out and economy enforced.
Let this special session talk end or
let there be a session for once In the
history of Oregon directly responsible
to the tieople and to serve the people
instead of a corrupt gang that by
special legislation takes a half million
annually oufr of the public tr asury
for Its own bnellt, nnd millions In
directly out of the pockets of the
Phenomenal Demand for
IT ADVOCATES POPULAR MEASURES
Characteristic Letters From All
Kinds of People.
A SIMPLE QUESTION.
The political question In Oregon is
a very simple one. It is the old Port-
laud machine versus the people.
That was the plain Issue In the last
state convention. The ring slate
was all broken to pieces. A new deal
was ordered. Jo Simon and his sa
tellites caught onto Judge Lord and
pretended to claim they nominated
him and sought to control him and
his administration. Hut he broke
loose from them on the senatorial
question, nsdld Illngcr Hermann,
and the machine threatens evil to
both of those men for casting their
Influence with the people on that oc
casion. The unfortunate thing about
It all is that the people of Portland
must take all their Information
through a ring organ, and there Is no
dally newspaper there to take the side
of the people against the machine.
The machine rewards men for loy
nitty to the machine, not-forjloynllty,
to the people. The people know all
about that. There will be rings and
combines tint HI doomsday, Hut the
old ring machine that has dictated
federal and state patronage In Oregon
slnco twenty years is so rotten tlint
It stinks nnd Is unworthy the support
of all decent Americans citizens. lYot
there are men blindly tlolnir its bid
ding In hope of gnlnlng spoils thereby.
Tho slmplo question In the legisla
ture was loyalty to that old machlno
that was whipped out of Its Ixxits
In the last state convention, or loyal-
uy to tne party platform and to the
pledges made the pcoplo of a new deal.
That Is the question today. Those
who were loyal to tho corrupt ma-
chlnej must answer to tho people for
meir raise stewardship. The new
deal will go on. The pcoplo will tnke
no steps backward.
PUBLISH THE TRUTH.
The Salem Statesman Is publishing
economy and soilolludo for retrench- a Raruled report of the
inent and roform. They hate the gen- proceedings, ami on bills that
ulno things as tho devil Is said to (lis
like holy water.
Take tho reins In your hands, Oov
crnor, nnd give them a whirl around, evidence of
Tim nhonomenal circulation of the
tVHBKLY CAPITAL JOURNAL Ill ail I lie
postolliccs of Western Oregon causes
a great deal of comment, and needs
some explanation. Orders keep pour
ing in bv every mall, and while nnmes
are struck oft the list as soon ns a sub
scription expires the additions .sur
pass the expirations.
IT IS THE CHKAI'HflT
"Weekly In tho state. One jear $1.00,
six months 50 cents, three months 2o
cents. At this low price all can afford
to take an Oregon Weekly, and thec
hard times they naturally take the
cheapest. It is too cheap to do w lib-
out it, nnu conuuetcu on me cnsn in
advance basis, they know they will
not have ii bill run on them.
TUB PEOPLE WANT IT.
The people will not pay cash In ad
vance for a naner unless they want It
and appreciate It. Tub Wp.rkly Is
ns popular as the une cent uail,y
wnicii is conceded 10 dc me most pop
ular daily in Western Oregon. A man
brought in a silver half dollar the
other dav and ordered It for two
months. He said: "1 can't get work
thts winter. I can get along without
one meal a day. Hut I can't get along
without The One Cent Daily.
These lonir. cloudy, rainy, winterdays
It comes a welcome messenger tocheer
the whole family." The people feel
the same wav about the Weekly.
FROM NETAIITS HAY.
comes a cheering letter from a subcrl-
uer at .etarts. ureiron who encloses a
dollar and writes:
"Dear Kmtehs: The Jouhnal
has the true Republican ringnbout it.
I wish that oery paper In the coun
try would advocate the peoples cau
us The Journal does. I will do all
1 can for The Joukxal
W. C. O'HARA,
A Republican of -the school of A bra-
Mr. O'Hara Is not afraid to sign
himself un Abraham Lincoln Ilenubll-
can and The Jouhnal feeN proud to
be considered n champion of Abraham
KIIOM MAINE TO TEXAS,
Come orders for The ai Weekly
Journal. Silver dollars arc sent.
.louii iioim, Lining, Texas, sends us
a big dollar of the daddy in a com
mon envelope. It Is one of those "In
Clod WoTrust." dollars, coined In 1803.
good enough for any American, and
good cnouL'h for anv newsnaner. The
Journal is the only silver Daily and
Weekly In Oregon. The Journal is
the only Dally and Weekly In Oregon
that lights tho whole gold bond hum
bug and stands for the right of the
American neonle tobnv thnlrlwinrU. Tr
demands Republican "legislation for
me American people Instead of foi
tho corporation, the trusts, the bond
holders nnd syndicates.
order the journal.
Circulate the Daily and Weekly.
Stand by the cause or good govcrment
for the masses nnd sound American
principles. We will paycxtm postage
iwirt seuil stamps.
ATES jk r
a ylr Jvl
vc8k r&KM m siMli
'HARD TIMES PRICESI
rhe time are haid and I ptopote to give
the public hard lime? rlcss.
New fnclorjr shoes.plaln
With toei and calki : 3
Hand-mide Heel slioei .... . 2 oo
Irack shoeing 250
' Jack" IZarMns,
loo Chcmekela street.
Capital Transfer Co,
i .ITARRVCTOWNPROP.' '
ExpreiibntcRer8!r,SaH kind cf work
ne promptly. Leave order at Pallon
! DEPOT EXPRESS.
I Meets all mall and passenger trains Bag
gage and express to, all parts of the city.
1 Prompt service, Telephone No. 70.
. JAMES RADER.
A High Flw
wM I Ymr
The largest piece of
ever sold for 10 cents
Condition powder, liniments, heal
ing lotion and ointments, blisteiing oint
ments, purgative pills and colic medicine al
way on hand a cheap as elsewhere.
V. C. MITCHELL.
Graduate of Ont. Vet. College, Toronto
Office and Despensary It Red Front Livery
Stable. Salem, Oregon.
& Si. Paul Il'y,
: fo t i
KLnNEaOTAJSV'O 4$ . A
I 41 'aV' &
,W O W A T 7
Local agents in all towns and localities
and throughout the United States and terri
tories to sell the best washer In use consider
ing its price from $3 to $5. For particulars
J. B. BROWN,
156 State street. Salem, Oregon.
To Arms to Arms, EAST AND SOUTH
frniiiiercial Street, Corner Slate
Tho Capital Priming Company has re
mined to iImi location. Call 01 us.
GLANCE AT THIS MAP.
Of the Chicago,. Milwaukee and hi PiDi
Railway and 'nolo its connection Wlth ,1
transcontineniallih,e at St. Paul and OmilL
and remember when going east that its triS
are lighted with electricity and heated u
steam. Its equipment is supeib. EI..m
Biiflei, library, smoking and sleeping X
with free reclining chairs. Each smS
car berth has an electric read.ng Iamp,aS
iU dining car aro the best in the wM
Other line are longer than this, but n-."
arc shorter, and no other offers the aboe li
urious accommodations. These are suffieirei
reasons for the popularity of "The Milwi
kee." Coupon ticket agent in eerr rail
road cilice will give yon further informit,!'
C.I.EDDY, General Agent,
J. V. CASEV, Trav. Pas,. Agent.
(ESTABLISHED 1830) '
Volume CXXXII begins January, i8a6
During 1896 Godey' Magaiines will conui.
50,000 men, women and childem wanted to
buy the stock of fumiturr, carpets, mattings,
etc., of J. A. Rotan for the next 60 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. T.A. ROTAN.
Hood's is Wonderful.
Xo loss wonderful are tlie cures ac
complished by Hood's Sarsaparllla,
even after other nrenamtlnni iimi
physicians' prescriptions havo failed.
'I ho reason, however, is simple.
Southern Pacific Co.
lore 10 LOAN
Onfaim land sicurity. Special
rates on larce loans.
cunsidcied without delay
HAMILTON & MOIR
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
Over Bush's Bank.,
T. K. FORDJ
WOLZ & MIESCKE, Props.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats.
IL-i resn sausage a apecialiy,
California Express TrainRun daw between
Portland and San Francisco.
When the blood Is cnrlplx-ri nml unri
tied, disease ilKmrwir nml ikui
legislative! health returns, and Hood's Sarsana-
never! r"i!iHPtJ,.V,"c..tIu.? .J mUcJ. .
iws.scd and that noone expected would and do not purge, pain or gripe,
over pass. Hut that Is not an excuo ccnt
ior voting ror lliem. Hut Is It not am -maclkav.-t. T. Geer, W. T,
I Ilamsdcn, John Cralg,Sr.,and Clarence
total depravity on the Kimnmi vJr., i7;V.?rii!: ". '"""Ji:"
tho track of economy nnd loulBl.it inn iwrtof thelcuMsiator. 1 Portland comontlim f nni.i,iin....
" "" 1
for the people. Take the wind out of
aro concerned, they
did If. 11a n mnttni. i.r ...i....i..i .
i. wl,. .,. ...I u "'"' " I'tlllUI HO, AS
31I Commercial st. Cottle Block
Successor to C. M Beck & Co.
Bert meats in tho city, Prompt delivery
. !. . mi. . . . . . . v..tWiiviiM
So far as the men w ho ioti .. 1 1. ' I . ..! ' ?. c "D. ,s. pepB reorganized
...w itiv liii imj mil? 111 run Rrrnnrrnar in
- jwrtago rallrtiail aro concerned. thov'QTWn-
c 15 a Ben
efactor to Thousands."
lier becoiurt lmrllv t. tllC OtllV WtlV to cllOCk tlu nvtnrMnn of
fniwfttt'K ttmonoiMly that was taking all there ThrouCh His Ne77ln
. ,.-............ ,,:,, more iiua 111 il nilOIL crotl 111 Kliurn 1
aim i lie unplug tuat ...
come with the oidlnary K to haul It to Portland, and the
I"" The best medical wnvn . v ......
-j "". iv .1, iiiiuo.ij corjxira
tlon lawjers.w ho were president of the
sonato and ehalrmen of ItnjHirtaut
house committees fought the bill
the lloor of tho
Authorities agree that
mild tUCtllutli arc nrf.
tiable l'or eerr dc.
iouiat.li and bowels.
tUmetinr ucr coated
IMlla aic moil ytfctiu
TUey to about their
house, showed tlut
they did not want any man who wasa
frloud of tholrs to vote on It. Open
wnralnth- rior hae boon ti mnttor of principle P-
ISX$ Ithlue editor of thl, iMiwr. Il,l,,u X VfM
fought In a small way to the b&.t of
work in an cur ud
lunnnl yy ami their
Of the Choice!. t-OHrrt,
luted gt table ex.
Iran. iln.u . .1.
more than other nlli. "Is ability on onen rivers ovnrin,.., i,
fmtttil ft l. ..A vm '. nu
)i Aom foity to foit,. camo to 0rW' 'l Miall continue to '
four ate tint un In eeli iln ji ,it v.,r. .................
e piu."Ul M ' e ,,,,c ' lbc I Tho M,,c on frvt " bo-
IxKiks for tho
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Bulldincr.
tor water sen ice apply at office. Bills
pajaoie montniy in advance. Make all
complaints at the office.
Open spicket to present freezing, posi.
tlvely prohibited. Care should bo taken
If in danger of freezing to have stop and
waste gate closed seo section 3 rules and reg
ulation No deduction in bills will be a.
lojed for absence or for any cause whatever
unless water is cut of from premises.
t 0:45 a.
Abote trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
City, Wo dburu, Salem, Turner, Marion,
lefterson. Albanv. Albany Tunrtion Irvlnn
tugene, Lreswell, Drain, and all station
irom uoseuurg to Ashland, Inclusive.
ROSEBURG MAIL DAILY.
MONEY TO LOAN.
1 nave 5ooo to loan In one sum or any
fractional part not less than $300 To loan in
i.iu uuiuiu me near 1011a
.,. . " HAWLEV,
uu;'t oiarK sireer, ;
FARM FOR SALE!
lv. Portland nr.
lv. Salem lv.
nr. Itosob'g lv.
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
36o acres, located y mile west of Wapata
'Station, amhill county, and iJJ miles south
uiou. 17 acres otnops, large hop house,
-- -v.w miMi mnu, 10 acre meadow and
beaver dam: mosl of the balance well set in
a variety or tame grasses. Good soil, no
rock, easily put in cultivation, with.spring or
creek on everv jo ar win ..111- ...
4:40 n.IU. of 40cres or Von. . v.. i'" ilo 1 .. 1
-:-0p.m. ward, according to location audi improve-
j K.im.1. tor lurtner uanicular
WM. II. EGAN,
W. A. Cusick
Transact a general banking business.
BJ. II. Albert.
DINING CAKS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, daily (ex
cept Sunday. 1
7130 a.m. I Lv.
lbanv and Corvaliu mnn., .. t.u
trams of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad,
4:45 P- m
7i5 P. m.
3&Trs Z.r,!;:l """': " h S'ssrssriE'iaa
ix iik iitraiikt.t iinr.. "- i- uua.,. -. . .. - " -
a,oS.nreiH?i,0,,-io,uf,owTcMt dtnteM reconls as agnliM Ilofer
appeme.coaUdtoiiBue. ludlaest on. oniv. h.i rt-.i 1
pepsia. wndy belching, "htait.buS .. miouier sin they
iiii anu uuuck aer eal uir. ...! Vl,..i7:.i
roadv tn nnc a-.i. ,, , 1. . .
menu of the Uver, atowach .ad .. - KWue lor. At
Put mi in teiled ol... xl.l. .1.:.- the Drt'VluilS nvslan M..vi.. i.lu. .
Ian freah aud nlTabU iv7.:r.'L" ..."... .. " suuuiwi
iftlaaative. orii,la,.r.i-.- ..' :i"? iiiniugii Hie Amorlivin luv- .........
Vc4tedU,,,c'u,M '' l"l.l rt-r
tatediy.'nVrXZr0,efefc T UtlWiX ,vxt upon
dudbtrcuniwiiioN owwuiaS the iwploor this state (or blxxears
UAJt ifi.!2r t? m r striking at that , ,
J."J?5SS iS?.'""- Hfeatthl.
the one l v -w inamjven tho WU- u u (n!, frol
blw a better profit, b'lit At M0t
U to 7(
wn tariff bill. Wo win aiMl by
ttialltd to illy Rddresa. noit.iuM .!.! OMI1 rlvr .! .. .. . .
or nieandaddrtsinpolatcini. winVt S l nml
March 6tb ISIS, as fnllnw.
1m years ago I iwaaio so nerrou that
menial wen: was a burden. I could not wst
at nleht ou account of sleepietaneas. Mr
attemton aa called to Dr. MlW KMton,.
live :erTtBe, and I commencod to use It
with the very bo.t effect. Since then I
hava kept a u,uia In ray bousa and use It
whenew my nervw becimo unatrom:. with
alway. Ui auje 6oo4 rult. My son also
Dr. AlileS' for hervousaesa
wn luo never falUns
succc, I havoroeoin.
toendetl it tommy an j
U cur them. All who
aufler trora norve
troubles lhnui.t ... i.
from dimuim ..-,w ""
-..., "Mvusa ouftenrtne t a, benefactor
tothouiauds." A c LEHMVV
Editor wd proprietor of Bra Laj,,,,
Dr. MIW eTln U aold oa ruarante.
SmbottU will benefit or c KfSSS
Notice is hereby piven that sealed plans
ana specifications will he r-u.,i i.mit v.
Pital building at the Soldier' Home. Rose
ourg, Orecon. Said buildmr. m K. r
no story high, with basement; separate room
or Tour inmites and a ward large enough for
so persons, and the estimated cost not to ea-
.r.&'i T,,e$eP!ln "i specifications
jmust include every thing necessary for a com.
oplete 1 structure, modem sanitation stnctly ob-
btate House, .Salem, Oregon.
. . D. F. AU.BV,
Lhairman Eaecutlve Committee.
Express train daily except Sunday.
Lv. Tortland Ar. J 025 a. m".
Ar. McMinville 1,1 6ico. m.
to all Points in the Fit, v:,.,.. r j.
and Europe can be obtained at lowest rate!
E. P, ROGERS, Ast. O. f. & p. A.,
R.KOEHLER, Manager. " ''
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