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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT UVSDXY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
JPosloffi Bteck- Commercial Street.
HOFEB BROTHERS, - - - Editor.
VillT, t7 eoreler, pr montb
Baty.br mall, per year,
Weeafjr, PJ. PW jear
THE P10LOTA9E UW.
The Orceonlan la making one of iU
perBiatent t Aorta, to etcure the repeal of
the Campbell pitoiafte law paaxu vj
the lat Icgb'ature. It calla upon the
farmere of the wheat growing couptle
to artee en masse and elect men to the
legislature next June who will demand
the repeal of that law in the Interest of
"Without dBculng the .local interest
of thatcliy, which is always and prop
erly placed foremost in the Oregonian,
there is a larger interest involved in
thia question and that la the develop
ment of the whole state. Oregon al
ready has an immense shipping tradf,
and porta of arest commercial impor
tanci aside from Portland. That ell
Is over a hundrei miles iniaud am
not even on a sea going stream at that.
It la certain that the state must have u
pilotage system constructed upon a
broader basis than the Interests of any
one city. Portlaud has too long domi
nated the commercial legislation of oui
state for htr own and the sta tea's wel
fare. If the present pilot law is bonestlj
maintained and enforced it will result
In all shipping Interest being Berved
equally well upon our coast. The
science of piloting U of such importance
to shipping interests that it must tx
left free and not interfered with in tbt
Interest oi any locality. If shlpmas
tera can know that there is a first-class?
pilot fleet on the lookout for them at
any harbor ofl our coast they will feel
a freedom to come here, and it will be
a stimulus to trade that no law can lm
It la quite natural Portland should
wish to overcome the natural obstacle
In the way of her shipping by artifi
cial regulations in her favor and at the
expense of the rest of the state. Bui
it Is far more important, and the rest of
the state should be given a chance to
develop its commerce and not be left to
the tender mercy of the Union Pacific,
or any other corporation. The Camp
bell pilot law will bear dlscugblon.
Harsh, bnt V
"Ho." said a well-known statesman,
"I shall never believe tbat woman bau-
tbe proper judgment and sense to cast
a ballot, or interfere in politlcd, wbilt
she is so weak-minded as to nasslveh
suffer, year after year, from diseases pe
culiar to females, wnen every newBpa
per she picks up, tells of the merits of
Dr. Plerce'a Favorite Prescription. .Not
to take advantage of this remedy is cer
tainly an indication of mental weak
There is a wholesome kernel of trutb
Inside the rough shell of this ungallani
speech. The "Favorite Prescription"
Is invaluable In all uterine troubles, In
flamatlons. ulcerations, displacements.
nervous disorders, prostration, exhaus
tion, or hysteria. Jbor rundown, worn-
out women, no more strengthening
tonic or nervine la Known,
ODDS AND ENDS.
Only one person in 1 ,000 dies of old age.
Uncle Sam pays $90,000,000 a year in
The largest cavo is tho Mammoth care
Tho shark cannot seizo his prey with
out turning on his back.
Showers of fish Imvo repeatedly fallen
In various quarters of tho world.
England has lost 15 ships and 2,353 offi
cers and men iu the last 80 years.
Carpets should bo shaken on a clear,
sunny day when thcro is no wind.
Tho greatest heroes nro not known,
for their heroism is in being silent
Tho average duration of tho reigns of
English sovereigns has been 23 years.
A thermometer has been invented in
London for giving tho warning of a firo,
Roger Ascham, the nnthor of famous
educational works, waa tho eon of a foot
man. Jn Borneo there grows an Insect eat
ing flower which has tho smell of car
The pulsation of an Infant ' from 130
to 140 beata a niinuto; of an old man. 7.1
A aiuglo polypus has bean rnt into 12 J
parts, and each iu tiinobecruuon perfect
batches for striking a light wero in
vented In 1880 tho other kind by Adam
Tho character of a bruvo mid resolute
man Is not to ho ruffled with adversity
gt Him" Right.
Gw. Atiauata Bah. tho well known
English writer, on lilt last Australian
trip, wrote as follows to tho London
"I especially have a pleasant romem
brauoeof the shin's doctor a verv ex
perienced maritlne medico Indeed, who
tended roe most kindly during a horri
ble spell of bronohKU atid apaBtnodlo
MSihma, provoked by the sea fog whlco
had swooped down on us just after we
kft Baa yranolwx), But the doctor's
prwaorlptlons and the Increasing warmth
of lite temperature as we ueared the
Vnvalem. anil. In nartloular. a collide of
Alloook'a PoruB Dlaatew clapped on
oh oa th cht aud another between
fa ftteowMM- btadM-iOM. Mt wrif lit,"
Many of the hop grower in the v&l-
lev are havinz a difficult lexk to ralso
monev to defray the expenses of bar-
vesting their crop. Such a atato of of-
falre waa never known heretofore,
With congress' attitude, in contracting
the circulating medium, what may we
well expect In the futurev Aiaxsnueia
When little skin flint brokere offices
"duobed" banks in gilt edged and al
Ijring letters tbat chara, to ruin, and
wreck industrious poor people, one may
look out for hard times. Such' foul
abortions aa the last two by four falsely
named banks which sprang up in the
Willamette valley In the past two years,
to outrage, swindle, and spread desola
Uon among the people can always be
considered an index of coming robbery
and ruin to many happy" homes. Cot
tage Grove lader.
Attorney General Chamberlain holds
'hat the sale of deer meat Is lawful dur
Ing the open waBon. It appears, that
under the provisions of the first sec
tion, it is unlawful to sell or offer foi
-tale the meal of any deer at any tlm
ifter the naseaee of the act, whilst un-
ler those of the latter, Implied permls
don fa giver, during the open season to
tell the carcaw ofsoch animals for food,
rhe attorney general holds tbat th-
'woBtatutes'must be continued togeth
er, according to a fair import of tbeii
terras, with a view to eflect their ob
jects and promote justice. On thest
rounda he holds the sale of deer mea'
awful during the open season, but
thinks the statute prohibits the killine
of spotted fawns at any time of the
year. Corvallls News.
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure
F. J. Chkney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in al
luslness transactions and financially
-ible to carry out any obligations madt
bv their firm.
West &. Ibuax, Wholesale Drug-
eists, Toledo, O. waldino, kinna
& Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole
Hall's Catarrh "ore Is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blooo
and mucous surfaces of the system
Testimonials sent frr. Price 75c pei
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hanb purgative remedies are nut eivln
way to the gentle action and mild effects oj
Carter's Uttle Uver Fills. II you try them
tbey will certainly please you.
If you bad taken two of Carter's Little Uver
Pills before retirlne "u weald not bave bad
tba coated tongue or bad taste la tbe moutb
Ibis morning. Keep a vial with you for oc
All disorders canted by a billions Mateo)
tbe system can be cured by using Carter s Lit
lie Liver Pills. fJopolu.grlplog or discomfort
attending Ibeir use Try them.
You cannot do eflective work with
out a clear bead, und for this lake Sim
mons Liver Regulator.
a speck or goiu weigaingtnomiliiontn
part of a grain may bo easily seen by the
Both Scotch and Irish linens are in
highvogne. Tho former aro somewhat
coarser in texture.
The oldest railroad in France runs be
tween Paris and Havre. It was built
more than half a century ago.
The earlier you definitely settle what
you intend to be, the sooner you will
reach tho goal of your ambition.
At the equator water fa always a liq
uid; in tho polar regions much of it fa
continually solid difference of temper
University Extension Is
good, but Kitchen Exten
sion is better. Wider knowl
edge of better cooking pro
cesses means better health
and comfort for everybody.
Science can never do us
better service than by the
multiplication of the cook
ing schools which make
healthful means and meth
ods available for even the
most modest home.
The vegetable substitute
for lard, is science's latest
Rift to the kitchens of the
world. Every woman who
lias ever cooked a meal,
knows that lard is disagree
able in use and unhealthy
in its effects.
Cottolene is a most satis
factory substitute clean,
delicate and far more eco
nomical. At your grocers.
RCrUBC ALL SUBSTITUTES.
N.K. FAIRBANKS CO..
ST. LQUIS and
CHICS.OQ, NgW VORK, SOSTOI4.
S li mmii mi n , m i ,
NO KUta kaon bv uIium
. .. wha w,
ha warm, fhli font nA fel-lMlT
MTODlraUojl. atuA inUili. llAfcln
WJUDitto r raoraiiDtMo riuU
YIKLD AT OXC TO
DR. BO-SAN.KO'3 PILE IEMC0Y.
which aet atrtotlr m pan ail4
absorb tussore. elUrs lUMaa, aassttsa
nwu wau. ur.iak,mtuasi.ku,.
Sold by Batkett it Van Slyr.
yfiw...iww tiw um(ii
Joe. L Fleaime began picking hops
Mrs. M. L. Jones' mother from Hub-
bard la visiting M. L.'a family thia
Mra.Jno. Bianton baa been on the
gj iist tne p few dayg.
Rev. Royal, of Dayton, has moved
over. He preached on Howell Prairie
Sunday morning and in Brooks But
Kaymond Bianton is on the sick list
Items are scarce; nothing but hop
There was a hop bouse bop at Goulet.s
hop house Tuesday night.
Wm. Walker's moved toTheo. Ger
vais' hop yard Saturday.
Dyspepsia in all Its forms is not only
relieved but cured by Simmons Liver
Some Women's Pet Aversions.
An English magazine tbe other day
asked women to tell what they consider
their pet aversion. Here are some of th
answers received: "The endless discus
sion of the Irish question. "A formal
lnnch party. "My pet question has
no name or being, yet I see her plainly
with my spirit's eye. There she sits, al
ways neat ana unrumea, ever wearing
that serene smile which makes me long
to shake her, if only to see how she
would look then. Always conscientious,
always kind, her worst fault fa that she
has no fault." "My pet aversion fa the
figdgety, tidy woman." "Cows, of course!
If I only knew what that long and steady
stare means! But I don't, and mystery
and all tbe train of arils
from early errors or later
excesses, tbe remits of
deTcIopment and tone
given to errry organ and
Eortlou of tbe body,
Impl. natural methods.
tern. Failure unpoMlbu.
VU references. Book,
explanation and proofs
mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO,
BUFFALO. N. Y.
Before Going to the World's Fair
Tbe Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
netween St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vestlbuled, electric
lighted and steam heated, with tbe fin
est Dining and Bleeping Car Service in
The Electric reading light in each
berth is the successful novelty of thia
progressive age, and is highly appreciat
ed oy an regular patrons or tnta line.
We wish others to know its merits, aa
the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail,
way Is tbe only line in tbe west enjoy
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
For further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt
225 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf
If you anticipate visiting the world's
fair, or your friends in the East, take
dvantaeeof the present opportunity,
tB the fares are now so low they cut no
figure in theexpenee. The Chicago &.
Northwestern Railway bave placed in
tervice a solid vt-silbnled train, between
Portland and Chicago, the famous
Wayner tourist cars, free reclining
chair cars and dining car "par excel
lent." With the accommodations fur
nlshed.rates now offered, together with
he short time consumed in making
he trip, ills within the reach of all.
For further Information, apply to any
ticket agent, or write
A. G. Baiiker, Gen'l Agt.
272 Washington street.
DETECTIVB AND COLLECTING BDRBAD
8ALEM, ... Oregon
Private work a specialty.
a B. CLEMENT. Manager.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
i DAYS to
L fBIJBl 3-aTa
Ilnnpo the Quickest to Chicago and
m tho East.
QOUrS Quc,"r Omaha and Kan
Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Free
Redlining Chair Cart, Dining Cart.
lor rate and genera) tnfbriuaUun oil aa
vr. h. HURiaiunT. ami, o v. a
vi Washington m cwJd
flEIRT DISEASE 20 YEWS.
Br. XtUa K4lcal Co XOhorU &-
Dub Sun: For 29 rears I was troubled with
bean disease. Woold treqoeaUr bar .taUlo?
fpeUs ami tootfcerinj at cliht. Baa to Bt op or
jet oat cf bed to trata. Had pain In my left
side sad beck moctef to tuae; ai u i oecau
dronlcaL I was Ttry cerreos and nearly worn
rat. Tbe least wdtemmt weald eaaae sm to
with fiotsertor. For tbebitfifteca ratnleoeld
not sleep en mr ten side or back snUlbetan taking
year An Bart Cm. I bad not taken It Terr
fan nntU I felt ranch better, sad I can now sleep
en eittrr tide or back without lbs least dlseoB
on Komaeh or otber disagreeable irpptoms. I ara
able to do an my own booxework wtlaont say
trouble and consider nrtelf cored.
akhart. Ind.. 1S58. MM- EuaajL HATCS.
It is cost tarr roars since I bare taken any
medicine. Arn In better health than I barf been
iWtffiSpf $- CURED
Heart Car sared ray Ilia f w T-ZZ.
and made me a well woman. I am now ez yeas
at are. and aa able to do a good dar wort.
Msy Sh, Vttn. ttu- Btitraa Uxvs.
OLD ON A POSITIVE QUARANTEI.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 078.
gold by D. J. Fry, druggist, Salem
Mother sighed, .
Doctor prescribed : Castor!
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
SAXEM.'September 13,4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tious for day and up to hour of going to
presa wero aa follews:
SAI.KM PBOUDCE MARKET.
Apples 50c to 75c. a bushel.
Peaches 50c to 60 a box.
Veals dressed 5 cts.
Hogs dressed 6 to 6.
Live cattle 2 to 2.
Bbeep alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1 50 to 12.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lota $3.20. Betail $3.60.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorta $19
aud $20. Chop feed $19 and $20.
Old wheat on storage 46 cents. New
wheat 48 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c., new 80c
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
$14. Wild in bulk, $6 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1,
95 to $1.00 per cwt No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
Peas and beaua-8 to 10 cents a gallon
Wool Best, 10c
Hops Small sale, 15 to 17c
es Cash, 16 cents.
Butter Best dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoeed meats Bacon 12;
bams, 13; b boulders, 10.
Potatoes new. 60c. to 60c.
Onloos 1 to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed, 18c
Anise seed, 26c. UinBeog, $1,40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Qren, 2 cts; drv, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs.
Chickens 8 cts; broilers 10 to 12;
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow sale, choice,
10 cts; geese und ducks 0 and 10.
drain. Feed, etc
FiourStandard, $3.25; Walla Walla,
$3.25; graham, $2.75; superfine, $2.60
Oats Old white.36o per bu ;grey, 33o;
rolled, iq bugs, $6 256.50; barrels,
$0.600.75; cases. $3 75.
Hay Best, $1015 per ton.
Wool valley, lo to 12c.
Mlllstuffa Bran. $17.00; shorts, $20;
ground barley, $2223; chop feed, $18
per ton; whole teea, barley, S085 per
cental; middling, $2328 per tout brew,
ing barley, 9095o per cental: cplcken
wheat. $1 1001.25 per cental.
Hops Old, 10 to 16c, new 15 to 17.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery, 25
27o; fancy dairy, 2022o; fair to good,
1617o; common, 14 to 15a per lb; Call,
foruia, 3544o per roll. i
uneese uregon, (a) iz; HAStern
twins, loo; Young American, !4o per
perpouuu; uulirornl uais, no.
Egga Oregon, 15 to 16o per dozen.
Poultry ChIckeus,old,$4.K); broilers,
large, $2003.0u; ducks, old, $4,600
6.00; young, $2.5004.00; geese, $8.00
turkey?, live, 14o.
BAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern cboloe, 100
lOo; da inferior, 89o; do valley, 120
PoUtoes Enrly Itoae, 30040. Bur
Onions 7685o per cental for red,
and $.600900 for ailversklns.
Barle .Feed, G307Oo per cental
for good quality and 83o for cheice:
brewing, $ .W per cental.
Teaching Children P oliteneas.
Children are too often left totally un
isstructed in those small courtesies of
OTexyday life which go so far to make
oar domestic and social relations har
monious. They should be taught, al
most from infancy, to be polite, to enter
and leave a room properly, to respect
their elders, to remove their hats when
they enter a house, to seat themselves
quietly instead of throwing themselves
boisterously upon chairs or lounges, to
close doors gently aud to do many other
things naturally and politely which they
now do awkwardly and rudely, simply
because they have never been instructed
A little time devoted each day to this
gloriously good work will surely bring
an ample return in the end will, in fact,
bear good fruit from the very beginning,
since a child who is being taught to be
polite is at the same time learning con
sideration for others and so is cultivat
ing unselfishness of character. In the
same way a child who is encouraged to
be orderly, to do little offices for itself,
such as folding up its clothes or putting
a hat or toy in its proper place, is not
only mastering one of the most valuable
of lessons, but is also saving the mother
many weary steps in the present and
heartaches in after years. Housekeeper.
literary Men's Lore of Praise.
Robert Buchanan recently had a dia
tribe against the Author's club and the
desire for money upon the part of the
literary. Nowheha3 a fresh letter on
the "demoralizing eflect of the pursuit
of fame." "More than one of our great
writers," he says, "paid tbe spiritual
penalty of inordinate literary sucsess.
Tennyson, we know, suffered tortures
from the slightest breath of adverse
criticism. George Eliot, kept by G. H.
Lewes in a moral hothouse, screened
from every bleak wind that blows, said
to me on one occasion, with an air of
beatific superiority, I think Mr. Dick
ens has done a great deal of good.' The
good, the only Dickens, endured agonies
of mortified vanity when a book of his
failed to Teach the high water mark of
sale and profit. Even those who have to
wait long and wearily for appreciation
are seldom content to estimate the world's
opinion at its exact worth. Browning,
according to Leigh Hunt, hungered ea
gerly for the praise of even bis washer
woman Hood's Cures
Mrs. E. 3t. Burt
Three Great Enemies
'Tor OTer twenty years I suffered wltt
Neuralgia, Bhrnmstlim, Dyspepsia.
FlTe years ago I began to take Hood's gars v
parilla and It has done me a vast amennt ot
rood. Since beginning to take It I have not
had a slcSc day. I ara 72 years old aud en
Joy good health, which I attribute to Hood's
BaxsapariUa." Mas. E. JI. Buirr, West
Kendall. New York. Get Hood'8.
Hood's Pills cure Urer 11U, constlpa
ttos-bllioasneu, stele headache, Indices Uon.
'A MILD PHYSIC
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
a moreraest of tlis bowels each day, U necessary
lor bsalta. The pills sapplr what th rautn
lacks to rnak It recnlar. Cur Ucadache. brtsfiun
th Kjh and cltar th ComsUxlon batter than
tosmattea. Thoy act mlldir neither (rip nor
tleken a otber pill do. To ooSTtnc yon of thtr
nertu w null samples free, or fall hot SSa. Bcld
mrywher. Unssnke Ka.Oo, Philadelphia, ra.
Bold by Baskett & Vuntilypo.
P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR.
Admitted to practice In all the courts.
Special attention riven to German speak'
a pcopio ana dusii
le and busTneas at the county and
m jiuKKji, Notary runuc,
HOTEL - -
Calumet Arenas and 2h Street,
fireproof! Mi ruomsi near Vatx
urvaoasi Daws on crsrr noor.
American and European plana.
l to O a da r. rant-class family
otel. Write for circular.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
C1IABLE3 A, SMITH BON8
Tk Rustler Wood Saw.
And he doesn't bum up half yonr wood, In
fuel, when he saws It. Make your contracts
With him neraonallr or leave orders at Veathi
cigar store lerborn'a book store.tU Bummer
utch w suroa. wo y m&u. rsf-u
, FOR CQUGHS
In ralatu a famn of Ma children, tar ealr
reoMj (o Oouxaa. Cold ana Cams was osioa
f."Ja'. Wow ar rndehUdr tsk Dr.
China Oalan Bjtop. which I alxMr vrpard
asdmcreelMMaltotheU,. add mrpram.
Lat betsla Masai. Tak as wUutuU Cm iC
n' 'Vj3 jz!s
I K 3s ).
-. trr All
Bold by Bktt VaaSlypa.
I V1 Vil Is fk
"Caatorlals so well adapted to caQdrea that
I Reommesd ltassnperlor to aay-prcacriptioo
known tome. H. A. Aacxra, IdV IX,
IU So. Oxford BL, EroOyn, H. T.
"The use of 'Castorta Is so narrersal and
iu merit! so weU known that It soemsawork
ot supererogaUon to endorse. It rew-arethe
Intelligent t affllUr who do not keep Castorla
within easy reach.
Cax&oa lixwTct, D.IX, '
Late Pastor Btocmlngdale Satoraxd Church.
Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or wk
at reasonable prices. We keep a full line of Truck, Drays and Exj.resto
meet all demands. Also keep tbe Quest Stallions In Ibis county, for terriee.
Barn and residence 2 block south of pest, office. RYAN fc CO.
If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in
the neatest and dressiest niannar, take thereto the
SALKIVI STOBXAlvr LAUNDRY
where all workis done hy white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
BURROUGHS State Street.
THE LEADING INDEPENDENT
OF THE VALLEY.
Receiving all the
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DAILY BY' MAIL, PER
These low hard'jimes rates enabe n eerjj fajmcr to hve
his daily paper anknow the etatetof the market and all the
news of tho world..
Editorial comment is fearless sand s independent. Edited
. . . . ,-w, n-j- -
by its publishers to secure good government for the people,
able to deal justly-and fairly with all.
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eign, Market and Crop News.
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than any bit weeklies that cost $9 to $12 a year.
No papers sent aftoi time 5s out.
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" ' " ' "E4itpra apd Pubjishera,
Castorta cum OoBo, Crjeotipatte.
XflU Worma, ctraS ateep, aad PrSotss d
Tor seTrval years I hT wmn n i,ri
your ' Castorla. aad shall alwayTeont
Iwt V. Paasa, jr. XK,
Tia Wtetlttop,- USth Street aad Tin Ara,
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