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Daily Capital Journal,
BY HOFBR BROTHBKS.
MONDAjT, AUGUST 24, 1800. U
-MR. GEER'3 SPEECH.
Tin (Jet r hih'cc , at tlic armory.
was the ablest effort, for the gold
stnndar.I, yet made' n't Salem. Tub
Jouunal nay this In all sincerity. It
lias always treated Mr. fieer with
more consideration than any paper In
the county. It hart aluny.s considered
him a fair man and his ability ban
been generally conceded. Hut wo
are forced now to condemn what we
consider an unfair attack, by Mr.
Geer, on Friday night,
Mr.Gcer read an editorial Hem from
Tub Journal to this effect: "The
Htandard Bllvcr dollar! a legal tender
dollar. It Is not a gold-redeeniptlon
dollar, It Is not a fiat dollar. It In
not a Mexican dollar." Mr- Geer
added In tho aanio breath and without
n pause or clinnglng lite veice: "Hut
that Is what It wlU bo If wo go to free
coinage," leaving tho Impression that
The: Jouunal has said our standard
silver dollar underjTrco coinage, would
be a Mexican dollar. . . .
This was n trick unworthy of any
fair or Intelligent mutt, .uud more ho
since Mr. Geer refused in corrcot the
false Impression ho left on the crowd.
Tub Journal Im always been n Ite
publlcan paper. It has upheld the
Republican party when It stood truo
and square for American policies.
Wo have not a word to letract on
what wo have said In tint past for pro
tection or sound, iiiouoy. It was the
Minneapolis platform of 181)2 that said'
tho Republican party demanded both
gold and silver as standard money.
Now tho Republican party dcolarcs
that all Its utterances on bimet
allism In the past meant the single
gold standard. How uiu the people
to know but that Us present declara
tion for International bimetallism
will mean only the British gold
standard next time they niako a plat
form? Tho Republican state conven
tion that nominated Mr. Geer for
presidential elector voted down n res
olution declaring for the gold stand
ard, Mr". Geer Is neither fnlr, honest,
Just or consistent In his trcatmont of
Tiik Jouunal or of tho question of
MEXICO AND JAPAN.
Tho Mexican dollar buys a bushel of
wheat lii'MoxIco. Tho gold standard
dollar buys 12 bushels In our country.
Which is tho bettor, fairer or Justor
measure of values?
Tho people of Mexico have tho sil
ver standard, because thoy produce
only about one million ot gold a year
and sixty millions of silver,
While jtho American people arc
struggling to get rid of tho gold
standard, tho peoplo of Mexico aro
eatlnlled and prosper under tho silver
standard. An ounce of sliver will buy
as much of tho prtxlucts of labor as It
Wo aro told that If wo adopt frco
coinage, wq shall bo reduced to tho
level of Japan. Japan Is not very
badly off, considering that It la a lit
tle Island kingdom. Its diet has Just
voted $45,000,000 for tho construction
ot railroads, telegraphs and cables,
05,000,000 for tho purclmso of.wur
material and ships, uud sltico January,
1805, 9000,000,000 has been Invested by
tho Japanese In banks, railroads and
other companies. Japan seems to be
getting along all right.
THE BARBERS' UNION.
It seems the Salem Harbcr's union
has not been able to enfotcc Sunday
closing and maliiUiln prices. On
Sunday barbershop wore nuaiu run
ning, and one or twothop.s are cutting
This Is to Iw regie! ted as the bar
bers as well as nil classes of laboring
men should not be compelled to work
on the Sabbath day IT It can be
avoided. Prices on no kind of labor
should be cut, and prices should bn
restored to labor as soon as business
will admit. The union should make
another HTort to enforce .Sunday clos
ing and standard prices In this city.
Thqy should not give up now. In
Germany, England nnd all European
countries barber's shave for one to
two cents. Wq want no such prices
In our country.
PHRENOLOGY AND POLITICS.
A picture Is printed showing the
size and shape of the heads of Candi
dates Hryau and McKlnlcy. A gentle
man In this city has analyzed the
phrenological features as follows, with'
the standard at 17:
Self-esteem .... f
Flniinctift '.. 7
a humanity ... 7
Mark Ilanua. 7
Amatlvcncss .. 7
The whole attitude of McKlnlcy ex
presses this Idea: Run by Murk
Ilanua and Lombard street ugalnst
my convictions. Temporarily at tho
option of England. I have to ask
Mink Ilanua, when I can talk. I urn
getting restive. Uryan's attitude
says: For God, home and native land,
for tho constitution and America.
THE 8ALEM ODJECT LESSON.
A Salem Jeweler and vlco president
of a national bank has an object les
son In his show window to prove that
silver bullion Is worth but llltlo over
half Its coinage valuu In gold, while a
gold piece melted down is worth
nearly Its coinage value In gold.
A big crowd Is at that window all
day, and even on Sunday that dobate
goes on botween advocates of gold
standard and bimetallism. Tho ob
ject lesson Is making converts to frco
coinage right along, as It proves that
demonetization ot sliver has destroyed
nearly half tho value of silver and
everything elso but gold.
The bunetalllsts should thank Capt.
Martin for presenting such an effect
ive object lesson of the appreciation of
GOLD AND IMMIGRATION.
Horrow gold abroad to put all our
silver and paper money on a gold
basis. Glvo us the gold standard to
mortago all American Industries by
selling securities abroad, says Mark
Haulm's platform. Dig the gold and
sllvoroutof our own mines and coin
It up, Independent of the world,atthe
old American ratio, and pay our debts
with it, says Uryan's platform.
Let In all the foreign Immigration
that can read nnd write -their own
language) to compote with American
labor, says Mark Ilanuu's platform.
Tho only way to protect American la
bor Is to shut out foreign Immigra
tion, says Uryan's platform,
Chat. 11. Hood, Urokeraud Manufacturer '
A cent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr.
King New PUcovcry luis no equal as
Cough remady. J D. Drown, Proi of St.
James Hotel. Vl. Wayue, Ind testifies that
lie was cured of a Cough of two years stand
ng, caueed bv La Grippe, by Dr. King's New
Discovery. 1. F. Merrill, UaldwintvUto
Mass., says tliat he has used and rcccoracndaO.
it and never Lrcw It to full and would rather
have It than any doctor, because tt alway
cures, Mr Hemming, 333 E, 35th St.,
Chicago, always keVpslt at h:d and has.no
tear ofCroup, because IL Instantly, relieves.
Ere Trial Hottlis ot Fred A. Ugg'oDrug
JOURNAL "X" RAYS.
Directed Upon Persons and Things by the
Good Natured Man.
lricli ninn nnd tvinfcerK lira tllCIl Of
sense, b'ut men like T. T. Geer should
remember that no one so displses 11
toady as they.
T, T. Geer: The rich have the
money to hire tho oor, consequently
we should bow down to them at all
More money has been driven out or
the U. S. by class legislation thanlby
lhianclal agitation, ten to one, and
Hint class lcirlslatlnn has been of the
kind that permits the looting of
T. T. Geer says the only sensible
thing for rich ineu to do Is to with
draw their money. Why does tho
single gold thread philosopher offer
the workingman a "sensible" sugges
tion? The rich man as rule can take
cariof himself. .
Thurston has utteily failed In his
charge again t Hryan that he Is In
the employ of the sllvcrmlne owners.
He has uo proof. He admits thut.
He admits that Hryan tells the truth,
lie says ho believes Bryan tells the
Until. Thurston had better never
have madc-his charge than llatteh out
on It after making It as he did.
FROM THE SEASIDE.
NeskoWIN, Aug., 20, 169(1.
Editou Jeuunal: If wo could re
ceive a hugli slice of tho warmth and
sunshine of which we hear you have
a superabundance out there, In ex
change for u chunk of fog and mist of
which we aro all heartily tired, wo
would gladly do so.
We have witnessed but one perfect
sunset during our two week sojourn
hero. , On several occasions n largo
herd of some kind of sea animals, pre
sumably seals, could bo plainly seen
but remained two far out to allow us
,to observe their motions as closely as
On thut Monday evening a large
parly gathered nround the huge bon
lire of Messrs Lunn nnd llolman's
camp In resporiso to an invitation
written on tho inside of a clam shell.
A eood literary program hud been
arranged nnd was very successfully
carried out. Misses Daisy Lockloy
and Klttlo Hurbord conducted tho
exercises with becoming dignity.
Miss Harbord read tho "Annals of
Salem Camp for 1890" which created
much merriment. At a lute hour the
party dlsporsed highly pleased with
tho evenings entertainment.
Last Sunday there were no religious
services as there had been on previous
Sundays but In the evening a row
gathered at Mr. Fry's camp and song
gospel hymns until n lato hour. Mrs.
Fry has been quite 111 for several days
but is reported much better today.
Mr. Kccno, tho young man who had
his limb hurt as reported last week,
has so far recovered as to bo able to bo
removed to his homo near Salem.
Quito a, number or families left this
place last Monday for tholr respective
homes nnd wo hear that eleven more
camps vylll disappear from "Salem av
cnuo" oil Friday of this week. Sever
nl arrivals havo been noted this week
Mr. Frlrzell and daughters, Prof, and
Mrs, L. G. Cochran and family Gco.S.
Downing and family. Mrs. Epploy
and children who have been guests at
tho hotel I'ago for tho past wcok, ex
pect to return to this city In a few
days. Miss Klttlo Harbord expects to
drive over to Salem, starting next
Dr. Jeffries and Mr. Dan. Fry are ex
pected horo next weok when after
tlshlnga few days, thoy will return to
Salem with their respective families.
Mr. Lunn Is reported ill this morn
ing. 7t. nnd Mrs. Hodgson uud fam
ily und Rqv. Mr, Wall all from Now
borg, urrlved horo lato last evening.
Bucklens Arnica Halve
The best Salve in the world 1 for Cuts,
Sores, Boies, Ulcers, Salt Kheuin, Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Uralses, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pAy required. It Is guaranteed to
live per fee satisfaction or money rcfundeO,
Price 35 cents a box For sale by Fred A
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Bur a bag, read the coupon and co bow to sot your sbart of I30,XW In prcsrnU.
C. JH. MACK. , !
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keenr , old White
Corner. Salem, Or. Pnrtko ileslru g nuperior
operations nt moderate fees in un branch are
in especlnl request.
Peter G. Norgren,
(Kntmerly with P. J. l.arscn & Co )
Carriage nntl wajon shop, 320 Commercial
street, tiring on yoar work, old or new, and
have it done wilh n guaiantee of satW.ictioti.
EAST AND SOUTH
WHAT IS 3AID.
SILVER MEN OF POLK COUNTY.
Bimetallic Club Organized for Eola and
Saturday evening a good crowd of
earnest citizens assembled at thcEola
school house, and a Union Ulnietalllc
club was organized. Representatives
were also there from West Salem, and
the two neighborhoods will hold Joint
meetings alternately. A club roll of
20 signers was secured for a starter,
and over a hundred will be had when
all the rolls arc In. Tho following
oniccrs were elected:
President, Wilson Putnam: ylce
president, O.C. IIutciilns;secrctary,ll.
Drunk; treasurer, E. Mitty.
Tho speakers of the evening were
Major D. C. Sherman and W. T. Itlg
don, of Salem, nnd both those gentle
men gave their hearers some good,
sound ilnnnclal doctrine, Interspersed
with statements of fact that must
convince nny reasonable person. Their
remarks were received with enthus
iasm, und when the meeting closed
there was absolute unity of opinion.
All present were unanimous in tho
opinion that the subject was ably and
fairly handled. The next mooting or
the club will bo held at West Salem
hall, Friday evening, September 4,
when good speaking and music will bo
Thoro's more clothing destroyed by
poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe
Cako" Boap contains no freoatkall and
will not injure the tlncst lace. Try It
and notice tho difference In quality.
i Has No Equal
i scld nvnsmvHERn
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stocc of
brushes of all kinds in the
state. Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
GeMfitl and Nervous Debility.
Weakness of ITodr nnd
Wind, KlTects of Errors
or Excesses in Old or
Young, Kohuat, Noblo
Atanhood till If llcatorod,
Strengthen Weak, Un-
How to KnUrso and
dervloped rontons ot
lloar. AhsAltitplv nn
f allilM-llama TrAtmnnt-
TO" KENT DeuTile cottage on South Com
mercial and Pelleview, two blocks from post
office. Hot water and baths; modern Im
provements. Inquire 8? Commercial. 21 6t
l-Oli SALli OK TKAUK.wAn elegant ill
aero iraci 01 uim in nampuen 1'ark aaauion,
on Asylum avenue. Will trade for residence
property in Salem. Address W., care Journal,
FOR SALK OR TKAUE-4S acres im
proyeu jarm una, 4 miles east ot Salem.wlth
new liouso, new barn, running water; wilt
sell or trade for cheaper land. Address O.
ni. reeves, alem. ur. 7 27 im
ON THE DOLLAR,
Ed, S, Lamport,
289 Commercial st
Has'bought the Frank' E, Shalv
fer and the M, Beamer harness
stocks at forced sale. $4,000
worth ot goods will be disposed
of at 50 cents on the dollar,
Sign of the White Horse,
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticcjthe cut in prices
on the following!
Shirts, plain locents
Under drawers 5 to locents
Under shirts 5 to tocems
Socks, per pair 3 cents
Handkerchief! I cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per (dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels andjjothcr work inJJ
tclligently washed by hand,
Col, J, Olmsted Prop,
WANTED. Solicitors for campaign book
"Hryan, Scwall and Free Silver," authorized
by llryan, written by K. L. Metcalf, Editor
Omaha World 'Herald, appointed author by
llryan. Contains speeches and platform. A
bonanza for agents, a free silver mine for
workers. Only St 50, The only autnorized
book. 50 per cent. Credit given. Freight
paid. Outfit free, llegln now with choice
of territory, Permanent, profitable woik for
'oG. Address' The National licok Conce n,
Star Building, Chicago. 8 1 0-301
Eastern R, R. Company
Connectlnc nt Yanuina Hay with the .s"a
Francisco & Yaqutni Uay Steamship Co.
Sails from Yanuina every 8 days for San
Francisco. Coos Hay, Port Orford, Trinldiul
and Humbolt Hay,
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or points west to San
Francisce: Cabin, So; steerage, $4: to Coos
Hay and Port Orford, cabin tt; to Humboldt
Hay, cabin J8: round trip, good 60 days. $16.
The most popular seaside resort on the
North Pacific Coast. No undertow surf
bathing absolutely safe.
For those wishing to combine hunting and
fishing with aquatic sports, this resort has no
equal. Deer, bear, elk, cougar, brook trout
and salmon trout can h'. found in abundance
I within a few hours' drive of the bay.
uritcuuccu rates 10 an points.
EDWIN 8TONE, Manage, Ccrvallli, Or.
I. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. 1JALDWIN, Local Agent.Allona Dock
Foil SALEDrivliig mare for sale at a bar
galn; weight about 1 160; good traveler, In
quire of Win, Hrown & Co. 30 tf
CARPET "PAPER Large loF ol heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jus
the thing for putting under carpets. Call a
Mrs, C. M, Ogle will reopen her kinder
garten, icciuding pilmaiy department in sep
arate room. Also
Training Class for Kindergart
ners in September,
'I bring you good tidings of great joy,
which shall be unto nil people."
A "BIBLE KEY"
"ThePlau of the Ages."
This is the best work on the Bible, ever
issued from the press. It gives a complete
explanation of nil the doctrinal subjects of
the holy scriptures, presenting the wonderful
harmony, simplicity aud benuty of God's
plans (or the redemption of the human
family from sin and death. The work is
complete in three (3) volumes, nil for$l.
Address T. H. LLOYD, 164 Waller street,
Slem, Or. 7-l7.lm
Some say we give the best meal In
town for 15c. We say try us and see.
Calilcrnla Express Train-Run,,, , ,
Portfand and Si "..'"' U's
r p' . 1 unicn.
o i. 1.1. Mr-i'oiium -Frr
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S. RICHARDSON. PROP. I
UirSccond door north of Hctel Willamette,
Stpgo headquarters centrally located at
"The Anderson" for lines leaving Salem.
Slatev there for orders'. All packages and
parcels left theic wilt be cared (or. Waiting
parlors, good rooms, and meals at all hours.
GEO. W. ANDERSON. Prop.
Meets nil mast and passenger trains. Hag
gage and express to nil parts of the city.
Prompt seivice. Telephone No. 70.
. JAMES RADER.
to chop cord wood. The Labor Exchange
wants a niimbe. of good wood choppers at
once. Apply at warehouse.
H. J. SHARP,
8 4 tf Manager.
I. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a p'-'ialiy of fine repair work, Setb
Thomas clock, etc., 215 Commercial Street
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
considcied without delay
HAMILTON & MOIi
Hush Uank bulldin9.
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
Over fimh's Hank,
T. K. FORD
C. H. LANE,
linn nu i mur
2H Ujii 'i .' ( . ?! 11 Or
JttSilil 515 upwuMs. PnntS$ upwnnds'-TI
- .WOIZ & M1ESCKE Pfoos.
Denlars'in all kinds of fresh and silt
KiTFresh sausago a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST
I. D. HROWN,
1H7 Commercial street. g Salem. Orfgon
SALEM WATER CO, 2ferttffl.
ONE-HALF SIZE OF BOX.
5:00 1 M
4 Alxve trains stop iir,VTvrrL7--L5!;
ILIIUILtMI. riii.inv nirvaau 1.. "--null
Kugenc, Crusw.ll, DralnfVsndf0 0'
Iron, Khseburg lo Alandllnctu" "
ROSKUURIl MAl! t,.,.Je
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lv. Salem lv.
nr. Roscb'g lv.
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n, ,, ' i "" - M
r ULLM AN "hUFFEt SLEEPERS
and f:cond-class sleeping c.ri attachedto til
throueli trains. '
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Comllk d'il, u
cept Sunday. 1 ' ' tB-
"7:30 a.m. I Lv.
izi5 p m. ) Ar.
i;ornana. Ar. J63op;
A I Alltnnt, M.t f .-II'
... ...-.,, .u miniiii connect tiik
trains of Oretron LVnlrtl t- V,.i. d.m .
Express train dally except Sunday.
4MS P. n I Lv. I'ortland Ar. $:T
7S P. m.f Ar.McMlnTllleLTl 5:501.
to all points in the Eastern States, Cuili
from IV.W. SKINNER, Agent, Salem
R. KOEHLER. ManaCer.
& Si. hud Ry
sf. PAUL .
1 o w a xr T
a,-- rat n $&
POZZONI'S Portland to
.. Office: Willamette Hotel Bulldinc
lor water service apply at office. Hill
payable monthly in advance. Make a
complaints at the office.
There will be no rflnrimn in u.,. ...
on account of temporary absence from the
Tift? I,!.!..! nnIMA 1- 1-f. . .. n.
-.V .... ..uuvo ls nn ai me oiiicc,
llereaircr un tnr ..:.. t ...m 1.. ,..
lurnlshed to regular consumers using water
lor. aome"c purpose. Contractors for sido.
...TV. t .1 . BUU Plastering riu please
read "unilrr luitMinr. ;. ...n r. .
schedule of rates for 1893. Apply at office
' Kai,S?Jhfc. anlrd for fortr 7r witl
I "" ,-v.". wiiij uiaa urer Dzor9.
I llthnMi.lm.i..i . ... .
I Axf.V11?.118?11'?" beallhful ana harmless.,
I Oollcate, Invisible protection to Uo taca. (
IS trlteB fm of Aturo-n.
AT DRUQaiSTS xtm FANCY 8TOBES. '
GLANCE AT THIS MAp.
Of the Ch'cago, ' Milwaukee .'snd St. rid
Railway and note its connection with ill
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Oasis,
and remember when going east that iti In. a
are lighted with electricity and beated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elepst
Buffet, library, smoking and slecpinran,
with free reclinl- chairs. Each slttpitj
car lieithhas an tlectnc resdms lamp, sal
lU dining cars are the best In IMH
Other lines are longer than this, bat w
are shorter, and no other offers the above li.
urious accommodations. There are infest
reasons for the popularity of "Tho Mili
kee." Coupon ticket ! In '" "f"
road office will give yon further informiii,
C.J.EDDY. General Agent,
J. W.CASEY. Tw.lJfl&j
Union Pacific System.
1.....A riteaffl n
Our trains are nw- -
t t..j ... Wnlirh licnt.
(t.. .ii imu rolionou
f-:u.u,) or Uonorinixa
' 1. ttpirmniorrhis,
Win'., unnatural di
ebsrKu, or nr iuUtcima
lion, Irritsllun ur ulctr4-
tghted by Pintsch light.
Time to New York, 4 . 1- ,)&
mi.1.1. 1. mnv hours ql",
& U-e Ubles and tf.5
BOISE & Pd
COLT TAKEN UP.
A three-year-old colt, bay color and white
star in forehead, was taken up by the undej
signed. Owner can hae same by Drolni
jtyStJilir. ii i
UUJ Uonuflts lu a day.
I3S Third StreenJ
Man Unity from CO Mates and Foreign
Oountrlaa. Reml for lWrrlntli-n Ilnnk. h.
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jJinr.Uou ami proofs, mailed (soiled) t roe,
ERIE MEDIOM 00., Buffalo, N.Y.
. , Xh, Rosy Freshness 1
property and payine costs. Call at ulace. e 1
t lUHUV.ViSUaUUUlUO. jwnc. no-MiruJw".
. ... m. 1 ..
miles east of Salem, on Macleav road. I
kClHauurL0.9llsW Sold ay.Bruiclil.
8 22 im T. R. PICKENS. I
O.S. A, r mos in poia wnffwt
I SkV "I1!"! F"l.l"t Jw
Ortular sent on maus'