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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
(UAJIiY AND WKEJCJjT.)
BY HOPBR 8ROTHBR81
MONDAY, BEIT. IB, 1895.
The fadoral Judges have decided
agniuat the application of foreign loan
companies to havo receivers appointed
for farms on which they have loon.
If that scheme ahonld be carried out
half tho larms in tho United Btaleu
would pooa out of the hands of the
present owners and Into the hands of
"receivers." Half the mortgaged
farms In Oregon would pans Into the
hauda of foreigners. Tho doctrine of
farm receivership has not been aban
doned, however, and some auglo
maniac on the bench will be found who
will establish the lien at law that will
convert tho debtor Into a tenant for the
mat of his life. High state and county
taxeH, high ratea of Interest, bad roods
and depressed markets, are bringing
our farmers Into tho condition where
they will fall an eusy prey to the for
eign loan compaulw, If only the latter
can get the right legal twist on thm.
The versatility of American lawyers c n
tho benoh and the lulluenco of Emc-
peau gold Is such Mint the time Is net
far nwuy when a farm reoelvert-hlp
will bo handed down, and no one can
doubt that our present supremo court
of the United Stales with Us tendency
Inward plutocracy would uphold such
n decision. The ouly safeguard against
this Is to make It Impossible for any
hut American citizens to acquire title
to real estate In this country.
There Is net any good rea
reason why the Government of our
Couutry should recelvo anything but
uold coins as duties on Imports so long
iu that Is tho rule of other nations, and
wo understand It Is. Every country
collects customhouse revenues In gold.
Then why should our country recolve
silver certificates, grecnbauUs, national
bank notes, and what not, that after
wards have to bo redeemed in gold?
If we are to remain on a gold basis, cer
talnly government should hayo the
first right to Insist that revenues sup
poied to bo paid by foreigners, shall bo
paid In gold. Tho government will
havo hard enough time to secure rev
ouuea the next two years under the
-operation of tho Domocrat tarlil with
out placing Itself at tho terrlblo din
ndvantago of taking anything but
'eound money" from tboso who must
havo foreign wares.
Lord Duuravon Is right In saying
that the American Excursion Boats
made a fair raco impossible at New
York in tho recent International yacht
contests. Tho greed of tbo, excursion
lits was so great that they crowded tho
race courso bo as to cut oil the wind
from the contesting racers and even
send their wako and wash against tho
trim built skimmers of the soaa. The
Commercial greod of tho mauagera of
tho New York oxourslon boats have
brought to a very unhappy ending the
last cup race.
Tho BalomOAViTAL Journal clips
everything derogatory to Congressman
Hermann that an exohango says, and
then makes a pretense of detendlug
him, merely as an exouso to publish
the clipping. We are all tho more
convinced that Colouol Holer would
like to stop Into Mr. Hermann's politi
cal shoes Oswego Ironworker.
Now, see hero, Mr, Ironworkor,
wouldn't you like to do that samo
thing? Whllo wo deny your charge
In totn, we would like to ask you, are
you arguing Mr. Hermann's return ?
The Salem Jouknal says McGinn
is entirely uufit for the oftice of Judge.
Mr. Jlofor waa in tho lelnlature with
Mr. McGinn aud is posted. McGluu
waa merely the tool ot Blmon. If
that's tiue Judge Lord will do well to
hesitate beroro appointing him, Al
Tjik Journal had no candidate and
no personal objectlou to Mr. McGinn.
But when there is a fight on Tub
Journal Is on the side of the people.
Bryan, of Nebraska, the silver advc
cute aud eminent orator, is now on the
raolflo coast. He. U well able to cswy
ou an educational campaign on the
question of flnauoe, and Is expected to
apeak at the Salem fair. A number of
our cltlsena have declared their luten
tlon of being present. Astoria News.
Children Cry for
Ell MAMS 18 McQINN, J.
The New Mas Whose Errors the
Saprema Court Will Correct
Senator McGinn is appointed judge
to succeed the lato Judge Hurley. Fol
lowlBg waa given out to tho press for
nnvnrnor Iiord lato this afternoon
appointed Honry E. McGinn Judge of
department No. 2 of the circuit court
for tho fourth judicial district, -mere
were about 120 lawyers recommending
Mr. McGinn as qualified for the place,
Ami nhmit 100 Imloralriff Charles H.
Carey, Including those who signed foi
James F. Watson. Jlecommenaing
Mr. McGinn were Judges Belllugei
and Gilbert, of the United Btates court;
Judges Stearns and Stephens, of the
itato circuit court; ex-Attorney-General
Gcomo H. Williams, ex-Benatoi
J. N.Dolph.ItufusMallory.O. F. Pax-
ton, Judge ltnlolgb Hmtt, . A. u.
dtarr, Wallace McCamant, John M,
Gearln, Joseph Shnou, Alfred F. Bears,
J. V. Beach and others of prominence.
For Mr. Carey were Messrs. Cake, Zart
Snow, W. D. Fenton, A. H. Tannor,
(J. J. McDougall, W. W. Cotton, L. R
vVebster and others. Il Is known that
Joveruor Lord experienced some dlfll-
culty In deciding between the two can
didates, as he Is a well-wisher and per
sonal friend of each."
- WHAT 18 SAID A110UT IT.
Mr. McGluu's personal and political
friends are pleased, nut tho Republican
generally have little to say. A protnl
dent Republican who was hi the staU
invention said teday:
"In the appointment of Beuatoi
McGinn to the Portland Judgeshl
vacancy, Governor Lord probably tllle
i political obligation of a persona'
uharactor. Mr. MtGfun seconded hli
nomination In tho Republican staU
convention, and has his reward. Of
course, all can now uudoratand McGinn
and Blmon moved heaven and earth to
compass Judge Lord's nomination eu
against Charles Fulton. Fulton would
nover have appointed elthor one of
them dog-pelter, aud their connection
with ttate politics would havo bet 11
very short lived had Charles Wesley
Fultou over become governor. The
contest ovor McGinn's olectlon has had
one good effect It has drawn the Hues
sharply and dearly for tho great con.
teat of 1800, when tho prlmnrlesand
convention will determluo whether
John II. Mitchell shall succeed himself
in tho United Btutes Seuato, aud who
shall dispense the federal patronage of
this state Irom March 4, 1807, to March
1, 1001. Bomo surprises are in store for
tho people, and not tho least of them
would be to seo Charley Fulton aud his
frlonds wipe Dolph, falmou, McGinn Js
Co. on tho face of tho earth. That is
what would be done If tho people had
opeu ballot on tho question, aud they
cannot always be prevented from hav
lng a say-so in the matter, Mr.McGInn
Is purely a representative of the old
Portlaud ring that has seen Its best
days, and that dare not go before the
peoplo on Its record of public service or
Republicanism. It will now play to
get control of the next stato oonven
tlon, of the delegates to the congres
sional and national conventions, and
of the next legislature, It wants the
earth aud it should baye It. It should
be hurled in it aud never resurrected.
It has swept the last crumbs from the
party table that It la ever entitled to
and should never sit down again to a
full table, to say nothing about being
at the head of the table where it sat
uutll 1804, when it waa supposed to
have been given a back Boat."
It has been announced during the
week that Beuator Bryan would dis
cuss the silver question at tho state
fair. The Demoorat would like to have
Mr. Bryan talk on silver in Oregon, for
he is perhaps tho ablest exponent of It
lu the U. 8. But it Is a bad Idea to
allow anything or a political nature In
state fair addresses. Albany Demoorat,
Mr, Bryan will deliver two addresses
at the stato fair on the coluage ques
tion. His addresses, Mr. Myers Informs
us, will not be political, or partisan, but
educational. Mr, Bryan has become
a great leader among the people on this
queatlon, and if It is kuown on what
days he will speak, we predict he will
be one of the greatest drawing cards at
the state fair.
One thing the people have gained:
Mr. McGinn is put on the benoh, and
will never ngaln;have the appointing of
twenty or thirty lady clerks la the leg
islature. The doctors are after the blku
bad better get onto them.
Children Cry for
. . '
Major Peroy Morton, Seattle, writes
to protest against Tub Joobnal article
of tho 0th, inBt., indlcaUug that tho
Salvation Army was declining Into
formalism. To refute this claim ho
calls attention to tho meetings hold to
convert souls on tho Mtreets of New
York at midnight, aud that 25,000
druukards have received conversion at
the meetings on tho streeU of other
cities during the year 1891. In his
thirteen years of servlcoln the army ho
has never known greater efforts being
put forth to save the unchurched than
during the present year, the one
third luoreneo determined upou to bo
gained by street meetings, which, he
argues, does not menu a deolino Into
formalism. Tho Salvation Army is
doing wonders for reformation of
humanity. It takes up mauy a
crooked, gnarled, knotty, warped stick
of humanity ntid stralghtous It out aud
makes It bear decent lrultM. it rnaketf
tho cursed fig tues by the wayside
bloom with righteousness, tfalem Is a
hard town for the army to work In. Ii
has twenty-five chinches and Is what
Bobby BuruB would call "unco right-
eous." But tho army has a mission
eyen hero to perform. Our only critl
olsm of tho Salvation Army Is the same
of many other religious orgaulz .lions
that Beck to reform muuklud, but begin
at tho wrung end. Religion, morality
aud education are a trinity that should
no hand In baud from Infancy aud cul
minate lu righteous living and useful
ness fur this world. Do not wall uutll
people are growu up, gone wrong and
stooped in siu, to pump a llttlo salvu
tlou luto them by forco. Tho fullest
blesxlngs of the Christ thought can
only come to tho Individual through
tho opou door of childhood, and au
eduoitloual system that recognizes the
Senators Mitchell and McBnde an
doing well to go about tho statu and
come lu touch with the commou peo
ple. Beuators Mltuhell aud Mollrldo will
bo In Salem all day Wednesday to
m et the peoplo.
Tho peoplo want to seo uud hear theh
United States senators at the state f Ir.
VVc offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. . .
F.J. CHENEY &CO. I'ropi., Toledo, u.
We the undeisinned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly nonoramc in an uuiu num.
actions and financially able to carry out any
AKIInaltnna mfirlf liv l1l(t r firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggets, Toledo,
O,, warning, runnsn oc .Marvin, ,wiuicmc
Druggists, loleilo, U,
Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surtaces ol tne system. 1 rice. 75c. ucr uumc.
bold by an urugcisis. 1 c.linioiuaij lire.
There aro 177765
miles of railroad In
the United States.
Thero are 00.836,680
rails used to
cover this ground.
Tliero are o33,-uo.uw ties useu 10 uiuu
these rails together, but no such
nmmini tiAumvnr lu rnnlllmd to bind
the hearts of the traveling publlo to the
tmt iii.f. tun wmnnnnin ueuirm lines
..... .... tm . I 1.
furulsh superior facilities on all their
trains oeiweou ot. x-uui uu uuicuku
which form close connections with all
lines to the east and south.
Make a note of It.
When Jtaby was sick, wo cave her Caatorla.
When he waa a ChlM, J10 cried for CastorU.
Whn alio became JILis, sho clung to CastorU.
Who alio had Children, the cave them CastorU.
Did You Ever Think
That you cannot be well unless you have
pure, rich blood? If you are weak, tired,
languid and all run down, It is because your
klivn.1 l imtvwcrklicil ntlil lacks vitality.
These troubles may be overcome by Hood's
Karnanarilla because Hood's
makes pure, rich blood. Il Is,
in truth Ik
great blood purifier.
iinn.1' Pill. o.,. vr tll. ponstanatton.
biliousness, janndlce, sickheadache, indiges.
Call for Warrants.
XT. tlvn lu liurohu i.lvAll fllftt flinVt
funds lu haud to pay all outstanding
warrants ami uceiueu imereei, up iu
November 1, 1804, and that Interest ou
same ceases Irom this date.
Treasurer Marlon Couuty, Oregon.
September 7 1893.
VIGOR " MEN
EaMy, GMekly, PerMeliy RMtrl.
Heblllty, nnu ail ui ireiu
V ot ovlla Irom earlr erroni or
later cuccoases, the results of
overwork, slckueu, worrr.
US. tun airunciu, uovtv.
opment and tone given ta
kevery orenn and portion
of tho bol r. blm we, nav.
SmIJFi I M'l) m lmcrovemtnt aesn.
-11 ..v. Timtmuthlc. JLOM referoncce. Book,
JapiinaUon aud prools luallod (sealed) tree.
liV IJX KtfV
Sleepless, no oppetlU and Tcrjr much rnn
down, was the condition ot ray husband.
Since taking Hood's Sanaparllla ho has
wonderfully Improved, and ha now eats
and sleeps well; In fact, h la all right.
we esteem very highly." Mrs. JIart Cor
niOAN, 1010 Cedar St., Puoblo, Colorado.
Hood's Pills szy
All kinds of work made to ordor,
Itppilrlug n sptolaltj.
131 Court mreet, Ba'em. Or.
Mrs, C. JUT. Oylo
will reopen her
In Hid Concrrg-atlonal church parlor on Hlpt
Parlors Ovor Gray Bros,
II 1 can matte anything with hoops an It, and
make It vkhI. Mew work or repnlrlne Phop
gotiilioi il z' mill, boutlj Sulem. ll-iu-im
F. M. Steele
1S5:U'JVU CHCIAL, ST.
IHincry and Bicycle Repair
Ulectrlca1 el 11 uul Medical liatler aipe
clalty, biuaii UynrtinoHand Motor built and
repaired. All work done lu the boat manner.
Kreab.'aalted and imoked McaU and Bau
aatea. 4-ltetrlgerator meata la bet abape.
'Kept la an Al Ice chcul. eaatera itylo. Free
Ml UIIAH. WULZ, Prop.
311 Commercial at. lOottte blook.il
Bueoeasor to O. M. UeckA Oo.l i
UmI meau In the city. I'rompldelrvery
SALEM TILE WORKS.
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SpeolaTTnduoemenU'oSered. Shipped to al
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Yarrtj, North Halem, ...,.
' Addreaa J. B, MDRPHY,
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OiTicei Willamette Hotel Building
For water aervloe apply at offloe.-BtUj pay
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irrigation montba-lune, July, August and
Heptemben hours i to 8 a. m., 6 to p. ni.
irrigation bllla payable on or beroro the at
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fit d II . tiftn.fwilaAnnnB
OOHMH ''-. 8prmt.torrha.,
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Children Cry for
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dya each week. Limited number t pupils
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