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SALEM OKEGcCXN. TtfE&bA'T, fcECEJlBER 23. t80.
"TO-DAY'S NEWS TO-DAY."
NO. f 5S
EVLNING CABlfL JOURNAL
LOOK THIS OVER ANDSEEWHAT
GOLl.) PRNrt uml HOLDERS, PHOTO, and AUTO ALBUMS SPRAP unrnrQ
Xi.um GAUDS, FACYUOOTC ETS, PLAIN am FANCY ST VTIOnAy PTUSH
POXES .STATIONERY, PLUSH TOILhT CVSES PI US urn vv a irm r
-BOXES, PLUSH MANMCrUE SETS, I EAT llEll CARD CVSES TEATHFR
POCKET BOOKS. LEATHER Pile TO AT.iun c vS : , ,?SB
TYirOl.- TAT WVTi l n ,,.... MiTn -.. ,.'. - . " J - """-', """"
VS V;, A, l;.11,i:VUKy' 'lUVENILE BOOKS, BOOKS 1
ivv J irnVxTT ' i .t 2 ' rAJUU mMJKS, TESTAMENTS, FINE
i-iv oiArtLio unci i JiuiUli IjlINIi liMI'UKTJilJ VAShS.
T li -i ! jl V
jjont vuih unui uus unc is diokcii imt come at once and
are always the lowvst, and quality,
THE OREGON NURSERY CO.
Is OfTuing a Largo, Nell Gioun Slock or
FRUIT: SHADE, ORNAMENTAL AND NUT TREES.
EYEUGREENS, TINES. KHRUltS, ROSES, ETC.
At Low Prices.
Late Keeping.Wintcr Apples a Specialty.
Catalogue nnd Price-List free.
Largest Stock of Trees in the Northwest.
ONE AX1) TJIKEE-FOUirniS MIILIOXS.
lon.OOO Prune Trees. .r.,(K)0 ft-opu Spltzenl.org.
S-'i.tKHI Jto.ial Ann Cherry. :!0.(itri Oiavenlel i Apple.
10,1)00 Kurly C'rawfnid IV.ich. in.mK) Yellow Neutotwi Piie(
10,000 Mooipurk mid Ko.val Apricot. ,",(KJ(I lieu Davis Apple.
URGE STOCK OF ML OTIIh'li LElDIX0 NIIIFTIES OF FRUIT?
CATAI.OMIE FHEB. ADDRESS:
J H. SETTLEMIER, Woodburn, Oregon.
HOME, SWEET HOME!
If you can get a pood article manufactured at hottiu ynti should give it
the profereiuv. We ktrp a full line of the reliulild
hicliidlng tlu Deter, Kureka and Sultana.
Tine JBest for trie Money.
We lio keel) Eautern BtoveH, and amoni tlicm the "Hanuer" line. Give
lis a call and wive money.
Steiner & Blosser,
OX STATK STHEET.
The Best for the Money all the Time.
Groceries and Produce.
The JJe-l Cuuucd Goods.
Choicest Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
None but Flrat-clnm Omnia Handled. Kvcry nrtiele guaranteed as
rvpreaeiituil. If you would lm well Hervul palroiita
Tlio Ornnuu Storu,
12Q State Street Salem, Oregon.
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JUST THE THING!
a cim ufour BnUinjr Powder nnd we ivo
pi'osont. You can
try our UNION
J ea in town
Holocttid Btock of fuiiiil'giocfricH continually on hand.
lOO Court Street,
g JmlWOW AND STATIONER,
I . , .
Addrc".nr pall on VIItT MIOS.,
O'tll't" i'f2 f'onl..rol. ulr.N.1 . Ii.ru
take your choice.
J3 U SINESS!
UHAND of TKA Ihe
... i ii
fin- tliu lnmiev. A clioice unu wu
get your choice of these fine
"the' best. 263 Cinmoreml
GREAT SPECIAL SALE
CAPITOL ADVENTURE CO'S.
Toilet win, llk handkerchief,
at uu ri o.m r h i t'lis. All crisp mill
J-niH, mien muxls. limK tmiikilio.
Reductions. We are headou .rlers
rrencenls, start, tinsel, gold cord and braid, (.ilk cord and everything In
Nciw'h the time Iliiv Falher or Ron a suit of cli thes or an nwreoa
forCliriHtimm. Meim' all WOOfj $18 huUk for 415: Me.ia' fine $5 buiib
for $18; MetiM'cluapsullH, So, $0, 7 mi. I $8; Good value. Overcoata at
priivH wav down. We are Inideralii Overouits. Fancy holiday gruceries,
crockery and gliiHSujre.
Opera House Block on Electric Railway.
WILL SOON BE HERE,
And it seems, Santa Claus, has already made his head
W. M. SARGENTS,
270 Commercial Street.
lie has tho finest line of pretty Dolls and Toys ever
brought to Salem. Also novelties of every kind, Novely
Albums and Autograph Albums, Fancy Perfumeries,
Picture Frames. Wall Paper.
every description, besides his 5 10 15 -,20 and 25 cent
counters, end a line line of fancy Whist Broom Holders,
Building Blocks, Mirrors, Toilet Cases, Stationery, Win
dow Shades and poles of every descriptiou and many
other things too numerous to mention.
jsf-Call and see early; while you can have vour choice.
Churchill Sash, Door & Manufacturing Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds & Mouldings, Turning & Scroll Sawing.
New l)ltt KILN, by which ue enu always
Agricultural wnrKM, corner in
Capital National Bank
Capital Paid up, - 175,000
Surplus, ... I5,00H
It. 8. WAM.ACK, President.
V. W. MAItTIN, Vloe-1're..ldem.
J. H. ALUElii; .... Uu.hler.
W. T. Orsr, W. V,'. Martin
I. M. Murtln, K. H. Wallace,
Dr. NV. A.C'uslek. J. Ii. Albert,
T. McF. I'alton.
To taniiers on wheat and other mark'.
able produce, uonslKnnl or in i.Ure
either In private iiraaarle or
State and County Warrants Bought at Tar
Discounted at reiuuinablt rates. Draft
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, rtan
Kmnclsco, Hortlund. Iiidon,Farls.lerlln
Hiiue Kong and Calcutta.
WM. N. LAIH'K. j'TOlflfn
lilt. J. HM SOL.UH, Vice I'lwldeui
IOUN MOIU, lasblai
Kxciiuugvon 1'ortluud, Sun IruucUco
New orlc, l-oudon and Hong hoii
iMHIgbl and sold. Htalr.Oiuul) " -llj
warrants bought, hanners are oinllall;
Invited o deiMll ud Iniuwiit biulues,
wllh us. I.lbirul iidMiines made i
wheat, wool, hops mid oilier piuperlyrl
reaMinnbie rales. Insurance on sut b se
curlty tan be obtained at Ine bank It
ni(wl reliable companies.
WILLIAMS & ENGLAND
CAP1TALST0CK, all Subscribtd, S2G0a0rG
Trausuct a general banking business
In all iu blanches.
OKO. WM.LIAMH !:!2n.
Ujc.BSnl.ANIi Vic j'rcsldeiii
ItUOII Ml'NAltV CasUliii
UIIIKCreltS: J. Williams, Wm Kuy
laud, Hr J. A. Itkhur4syu, J. Vt, HobMu
J. A. '."'. ,., ... ,, ,.,
liana in new wn." - ,ir,.
Morgan &. Mead,
All work done wllb proiaplnessand dh
patch. Ouly tus Ul luan aa ettiplo) U
lines Remember our
mufflers, fascinator?, silk tiesaod scarfs
frw.li as n new hank note.
tulile cloths nl
special Christ man
for fltnev work.
Pun Pons, belli.
Mouldines and Games of
made to order.
keep a full supply of Masoned stock of all
iniue huu hikii kiruvis,
J. H. HAAS,
215i Ccmmtrtlal St., ' kIcmti, Ongtn.
(Next door to Klein's.)
Specialty of Ipecl.icles, and repairing
Clocks. V atcbea and Jewelry.
$1 WILL BUY A LOT
Of goods at our store! We carry a full line
of groceries, feed, crockery.'glaasware, ci
gars, tobacco and confectionery.
No. 231 Comiuervlal Ht., Hulem
Tbe undersigned are prepared to furnish
the best quality of tiling for under drain.
Ing at lowest prloes.
MURPHY 4 DE8AKT,
Near Fair Orouns, Baleni, Oregon,
All work, either new or repairing, done
In tbe t'eri workmanlike shape.
Ml op south of poslofllce.
Bui t:'anst'court t?rb-lett meabj
delivered to all I aru of tbeeity. ,
and' all bind of animal uU
To order, at Csilrago rlcecc JW JJKjBearb),
lanidrrmUI. J.IUerly air.t, QbililaDd ad
,IU.n, (-a cm, Ur'on.ihlhd.ibjnls for
ale.txc-U -logla aniT In cum. H inleialakep
for work at ..oiwe OlllesplKeal Kslale
ofllu', N", til commercial street, ll;Wtm
BUCKSillTUIXO c GENERAL BIFAIRIXG
Itepaiiug stock lor springs, ax its, etc.
All work warranted. Old customers and
new ones ln ited to call.
H. POHLE, ;
N. . Corner State W frwlt Stj, '
'IHE CAPITAL JOLML
HOFER BROTHERS, - - Editors.
CaniUl Journal Publishing Company.
Omco, Commercial Htrcct, In P.O. HulldlQu
huleretl hi the lustomi-ff lit Haleiu, Or.,iu
1IIOIILT FCAVOltKD ItDllllIII.
Mr. A. Noltner, Who iuiih the
1'ortlanil Wnriil, la a tint1 aiiiuplu cl
the oM-bcIkmiI imrtisun. IIu II Its IiIh
paper each week with turj;lil nc
counts of the Inherent corruption
and overt Wickedness of the rcputi
lieun party, and closes his e.vt-
tightly agutnat thu possibility ol
ny imperfections In his own parly.
All to ulm is bluck that savors uoi
of IiIhowu political luiutehdkl. All
is pure as driven snow that comes
to him labelled iu the name of
democracy. 8uch a person iu charge
of a newspaper in thi iluy of pro
gresslve poliiirs and free thought
and action on all subjects, may bti
admired fur his siuiplleity of miuI,
father than for his usefulness to tin
people. His worship is of party
and partiau achievements, rather
than of patriotic devotion to good
measures, and of better results from
good, Intelligent self-coverument by
So, 'from this nnliquatpd stand
point our frieud Noltner discussed
the Farmers' Alliance movement.
The only benefit or result he can see
from it is the advantage tout may
accrue to democracy. He declares
that thedemocr.it party has always
advocated just such principles, Willi
a few exceptions, as thu Alliance
imw declares fur:
It has been thedrmnerncy which
has been the foe of thu usurien, ui.cl
lo-duy 111" funnels, pruduceis mid
laborers of this country stand upon
nearly the identical principles which
have lieen the wnle'iv..Ml of 'everx
true dtmiHiiit forthepusi century.
Of what ue for any new move
ment in politics? There is nothing
new under the xliticul heavens Unit
tbe democrat party has nut already
advocated for a cutnry ! '1'hls is
very rich elephant broth, indeed,
and all yo truly loyal please shut
your eyes and swallow.
But there is richer still to come.
Hear the sage advice of our most po
tent, grave aud reverend senier:
Democrats have no cause to Join
new organizations to find udviH-.ties
of these principles. 'I heir pany has
always stood by them. If repub
lican farmers cannot come to I lie
demociutic fold, let them seek relief
under the cover of a new name but
with the same ol-jects iu view as
i hose promulgated by it neworgai I
zatiou under the name of the Farm
If you cannot enjoy the ineslln.n
ble privilege of being a democrat,
close your eyes softly and eat-t your
vote so that It will count one for the
This is all rank and musty rot,
most cuurltubly considered. The
pretence that the democratic piirly
has always favored and udvocuttd
the new alliance principles is clearly
a fraudulent claim. Tuke thu alli
ance free silver platform, and uho
did more to prevent its becoming
possible than Democrat Cleveland
and his cabinet?
Where 'are there men who have
been more offensive to alliance prin
ciples than Ihe Standard Oil Sena
tor Payne of Ohio, Ids millionaire
brother-in-law, Secretary Whitney,
of Cleveland's cabinet; tho now
United States Senator llrice of Ohio;
&aliourI Chairman Flower of New
York, a multl-mllllouuire and chum
pion of the binding' twlno trust;
these are the biilllunt toterle of
Standard Oil statesmen aud plulo
crats Who are at present I lie head
aud front of the democratic leader
ship, and uho no doubt endear the
party to all members of the new
alliance movement. It is these
gentlemen who were represented to
Western democrats as conducting
the late campaign iu the luien-st nl
Western farmers and reform. It Is
to continue this gungiu control of
ihe democratic pany aud to place
theni in charge of the government
I hut republican alliance men are
uuked Id close I heir eyes on election
day and b, c une ai-alniaul demiKTats.
We litibt-tliut Mr. Noltntr Is not so
fur gone us not to be able to see the
ub-iurdlty uud luiouHUteney of his
Ull, MANNING ON VINA NCK.
Young Mr. IV'iiilaiid, of Iiide
ii'idi.uco went all the way toTu
coma to get young Mr. Isaac Man
ning's opinion of Oregon's tax aud
finance laws: Mr. Maiming says:
"You fulkssl'ould repeal your lux
law us soon us possible. It is doing
ou a gieut dtul of Injury. There is
mi (jui'sil'i'u of lis luviug driven it
great deal of money nut f Oreuou
into oilier fields. 1 have noticed
during seveiul years residence hi Ha
lt in l!:ut tthenuvcr u citizen of that
place bud money to bun or iuvet.1
he preferred to plaeo it where I herd
was no imestinii of Ills taxes, Yull
cannot lairrow on city ivuliy Iu Ha-It-in
becuuseof theexhnrbiluut lux nil
the moriguge. If luuiigiif.is were us
sessed like leal erlate, it Woi'.M not lie
aobad, but the manner of usxeasing
is tery iiuetUal, Ongoii v.ou)iilo
Mell to repeul the mortgajif tux ex
emption and usury laws and prepare
Ui run tliinitsoiiu bUxint-H basis."
Ifyouug Mr. Manning w ere inal;
lag living by famiiug ud m dbt
alioiitu thiiiiiotiil dollalsoii his farm,
and able at thu end ol the year lo
L"rtly pay his (axes, store debts and
lobacio bill, hu Would Just US soon
let the holder of the uinrlguge pay
his slmre of the tuxtsou his share ol
Hie riirm. And so long us moue,
could be borrowed here cheaper than
In Washington he would not com
.Vr. Manning fays Oregon capital
goes to Washington. Capital will
Kowlitrc.lt can do tliebtst. Men
w III make loans w lure they can get
i ho best returns. A law cannot
work a hardship on both the seller
and lliu litiicr. One's Iocs is Ihe
ither's gain. IfOiegoii luwseuuse
Oiegoii capltiil to piefer terms ol
Washington burrow cis or Idaho
imrroweis, their teinis of pay foi
use tif capital must bu better than
lo Oregon. If the Oregon laws put
tbe borrowerut u di"udvantuge ami
gavu capital better returns here
than t hose states money would come
licie from all over the. wc.ild. Or.
non is not a paiadisu of liume
lenders and Is tjiiite as well iH'uh
slutes that encouiugu and fostei
note-shaving and uiortgtig taking.
Mr. Manning has noticed that the
citizen of Salem preferres to place
his money "where there was no
question ot his taxes." That is
what capital seeks todouveiywhere.
H'lt is it right? Should not the
owner of moiiey, credits, mortgages,
stocks, bouds, etc., pay taxes on his
property? The Oregon law asks no
mure. The tax-dodgiug capitalist
is everywhere. lie dues tint suc
ceed quite so well iu Oiegou as in
many other states. Oregon will us
a result, compare any day with states
like Uaiita, Uoutu JJ.ikota, or
Illinois, thut have no mortgage
Young Mr. Manning lias noticed
that tl.u manner of iibsessiug limit
gages unit laws is very unequal.
That is true, perhaps, lint thu
onus is upon the c.ipliu.islic- class t.i
show that they arc compelled to
pay more aecoi ding to the amount
ut their properly than the fanner,
or the boriowiug class. If they can
ohow that they an taxed heavier
than farmers in proportion to their
wealth, they haven clear right to
demuud u change iu thu Oiegou as
sessment laws. This tliey have not
shown. Until they do show It,
they have no cuse in Ihecuuit of
public opinion upon which lo base
a demand foi repeal.
PLOTTING IOK 1803.
The year closes witli spirited mani
festations on the purl of the potent
forces iuAinericuii polhiisploltiiigto
protect llitnitelvcslu 1892. Tbepiesi
deiitialeleetloulii thut yeurthieateus
to partake mote of Ihe nature of a
political revolution than of a strife
for put ly x ictory. How to save their
bacon is tho thought upptrmosl iu
the mind of those controlling the
special interests tiiat have fattened
fur muny jeais ut public expense.
There is n stioug tendency to u
return of immense fori es of political
pow el's directly to the people. Thut
Is the key to Ihe situation. Theiu is
a growing fcupplcioti, baud upon
the greater intelligence of the
masses, that the mere empty form
of parly success for the sake of polit
ical honors and otllces, and making
no pretence to an absolu'o represen
tation of the will of the people, is a
farce. The people uie looking for
more substantial results.
So the plotters are trying to shape
matters Iu advance tor 161)2, so that
if either side wins the preferred In
terests, (rusts, sudleutts, pool-,
combines and aggregations of eu I
tul that live oft the producer, may
le8iifefroin molestation. The plan
seems to be to have tho republicans
und democrats put up Harrison nnd
Cleveland, und thus render impos
sible the election of a man who
might be an unknown quantity.
Willi either lluirltxm or Cleveland
In Ihe Whitu House the plutocruts
uretoleiably sufe. Neither of these
gentlemen will nasal I the tax-gathering
monopolies. Neither will
favor u restoration to the peoplo of
their rights to a full use ut actual ex
pense vf our great transportation
facilities by rail mid wuler. Neither
w 111 si rlli j a mm lous blow ut a trust.
Ni ilhvr will fuvor free sliver or a
popular paper currency adequate for
tho population and business of the
country. Under m idler will the
peopl. secure cheup postal telegraphy,
or government control of railways.
Under both will stock watering und
trusts flouiish. lioih will fuvor u
iiudouul bunk runeucy Iu preference
ton national curioncy issued with
out expense lo the people. Tbe vast
Inteiests of capital which have to
day three-fourths of the nation's
wealth and properly under their
control will lint he tiio'cnteil by Iltn
risoii or Cleveland, Neither of them
Is to-day thu ieip!ii'a candidate fur
This Is the poll I leal situation at
the close of J 892, regarded fiom a
disluleiestid lionnllice-seo k I ng
standpoint, of the truth uud die
facts. The year 1&0I w ill deleriulne
whether the Farmers' und Lnbor
orguuizitluus will play uny purl In
the corneal of 1802 or only be play,
thing In Ihe bunds of (be poll,!
duns. 8'e the IU, 2-5 uud 6(1 rent counter
at Mooro k Oaburu's before buying
your Kiaas toys, 12-16 0t
Be Sure and See It.
81 HOLIDAY STOCK!
a Glimpse of Fairyland !
For all inds of folks Little orbijr, at all kinds of prices
Great or small. We ar? pleasing them all. A. large
and varied assortment of Toys, Novelties, Fancy Goods,
Notions, Glassware, Chinaware, Ivory and Plated ware,
J'he newest designs and finest goods of the season.
Our low prices make these beautiful goods all bargains.
Como to Headquarters, where your money will go tho
farthest and where you are sure to find just wh t you want.
J. G. WRIGHT.
227 and 229 Com'l St.
Will be Made
FOR THIS WEES.
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