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SAIiBTM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1890.
than any other Dealer In the city. Perhaps we do. We sell as cheap as
any body can. All we ask is a fair margin on the goods. Wo buy for
cash, and our expenses lire light, consequently wo can
Sell at a Low Rigure.
We kave our stock now almoat complete, although goods are arriving
almost dally. Come In and inspect Our Goods and Prices.
Everything Marked in Plain Figures at
257 Commercial Street.
J. W. CRAWFORD
has Removed His Stock of
Stoves, Tinware and Plumbin
to the store recently occupied by
J. C. BROWN
loo State St.,
n t i
pounded. A full line of choice Imported and Key West cigars.
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Has a large list of choice farms and city property for sale on
easy terms. Homesteads located.
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved farms and city property at low rate of Interest.
tir-We have also in connection with our real estate business, an EM
PLOYMENT and GENERAL INTELLIGENCE Bureau, where all
orders for help will be promptly attended to, and situations also obtained
for the unemployed.
We Have Removed to Bush's New Brick Corner.
Corner of Commercial and Court,
And will continue to carry the finest line of
Dress Goods and Trimmings,
Ladies aid Gents FaniisbiBg Gowls, Clothing, lints, Ladie
Wraps, Etc. ii the City. We are agents for
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
and Family Recipes carefully com
Loan k Exchange
St., Salem, Or.
IN MARION COUNTY. Work promptly
and reliably executed by the
SALEM AlteTHACT & LAND CO.,
FRANK W. W Al ERtf , Mnar t
The Oregon Land Cp.
(In the State Insurance Building)
and branch offices in Portland, Astoria and Albany,
Has for sale a large list of Grain, Stock aad Fruit Farms; also
City and Suburban Property.
The Oregou Land Co. was especially organized for the purposo of buying
and Hub-dividing law tracts of laud, and lias during the past two years
bought and subdivided over 3,200 acres into fy n
Five to Twenty Acre Fardels.
The success of this undertaking is shown in the fact that out of 2B0 tracts
placed on the market, 25 have been sold. Wo claim that ten acres of
cUoico land in Fruit, '
Will Yield a Larger Income
than 160 acres of wheat in the Mississippi Valley. We also make"valuable
improvements in the way of roads, clearing the land, fences, etc. We
can sell a small tract of land for the samo price per acre as you would
have to pay for a large farm.
Send for Pamphlet and Price List.
Neglectfully of the patent fact that
it's money that talks loudest.
IS THAT SO?
Thnt is a fact. Money talks loud
est and will buy more and better
BOOTS ul SHOES
James Denham & Co.'s
Than any other place in
HIGHEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICES,
118 Stato street, opposite terminus of electric car line. Repairing done.
Shoes to measure.
M i - I
J. E.BAKER &, SONS
Manu.factu.rers of Cigars,
State Street, Salem.
GENERAL STOCK OF DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS.
We make a specialty
give us a call.
Furniture and Carpets
298 Commercial Street,
Continues tho Business formerly conducted by Krauste ft Klein, al
the old titand on Commercial street.
Will be pleased to receive calls
Mammoth New Steck:
at Living IPrices:
J. E JACOBSON ,
Lumber, Lath and Shingles, at the old Dorrance Yard, Salem.
Specie! attention given to furnish Kiln dried aud Superior
"W. iVI. Sargent,
Wall Paper, Mouldings,
ctures Frames, Window rihwles, Haby Cabs, Exprew Wngoui, Notlo
A Fine Line of Etchings and
tho city. Come and seo-
from my old friends nnd new
Oil Painting and
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
PUBLISHED DAI bY, EXCEPT SUNDAY,
Caoital Journal Publishing Company,
Omco, Commercial Street, In P. O. Ilulldlng
Entered at tho postomco nt Snlem, Or.,ns
THE ISSUE ON WHICH THE OKI'.
GONIAN WAS KNOCKED OUT.
Governor- Ponnoyer was elected
on the proposition that bonds of
municipalities shall not bo exempt
ed from taxation. Orcgouinu, June
That is a correct statement of a
political fact. Rut it should bo stat
ed Just a little difterently. The
practical proposition iu regard to
non-tn.vnble bond9 is uot to exempt
tho municipality Issuing tho bonds,
but to exempt tho men who invest
in thoso bonds from paying taxes on
their investment on that kind of
Tho practical proposition Involved
in asking the stato to Issue non-tnx-ablo
bonds is to allow tho favored
individuals who become the owners
of theso bonds to hold for a term of
years a class of valuable securities,
in tho shapo of personal property,
and escapo paylug taxes thereon.
Iu re-electing Governor Pennoyer
on this Issue, the people reject the
whole non-taxablo bond scheme,
and thereby reject a proposition to
exempt such municipal bonds from
It might bo In order to ask n great
paper like tho Oregonlan, which is
supposed to represent the people of
this state, whether it now accepts
the verdict of tho people on this
Issue, or does It still advocate the
non-taxation of municipal bonds?
It Is a matter of interest to know
whether it stands by tho people or
We can see but one tenable basis
upon which tho Oregonlan can re
pose, if it still proposes to advocate
non-taxable bonds; and that is tho
plntform of the Henry George party,
which favors exempting all capital
and personal property from taxation,
and would placo iU tax upon land.
Who knows but that is what tho
Tho Oregonlan has uot only been
tho champion and advocatoof non
taxablo bonds, but It has been fore
most In demanding tho repeal of tho
mortgage exemption tax law. That
paper wanted tho proporty of tho
municipal bondholder exempted en
tirely trom taxes, but was unwilling
to allow tho farmers even- a-partlu!
exemption for indebtedness Incurred
on their property. That was the Is
sue upon which Governor Pennoyer
was elected, as we understand It.
It will bo noticed that practic
ally tho Oregonlan champions tho
interests of tho capitalists, and Is
against tho interests of the producers.
It would totally exempt the bond
holder, but would deny any exemp
tion whatever to tho farmer who Is
struggling with a mortgage at a
rate of interest entirely out of pro
portion to the earning capacity of
That Is the Issue upon which Mr.
Pennoyer was elected, and certainly
tho issue, so far as tho Oregonlan
represents nnd ndvocates It, was fa
tal to that paper and to Its preten
sions as a public teacher. There Is
no evidence of its reentance, how
ever. Wo presumo it will go on
harassing the people and the Incom
ing legislature with n rehash of its
exploded and rejected Ideas.
THE LOUISIANA LOTTEHT.
This swindle has become a na
tional question, whether it shall live
or not. While doing business iu
tho stato of Louisiana, it virtually
levies trlbuto on every state and
territory of the Union. It Is now
trying to close a new charter with
the state where it operates, ottering
to pay that state f25,000,000 for a
term of 123 years, the money to be
employed for education, Internal
improvements and public charities,
Is.-sides the sanitation of Iho city of
These are no doubt all worthy ob
jects, but tho state of Louisiana
has no moro right to receive this
money even for those public pur
poses than It has to receive tho pro
ceeds of highway robbery or piracy
on the high seas. Every state In
the Union should bo bribed, If that
i stuto is to oe unoeu, auu couiu re
ceive it with Just us little moral
sanction as that slate can receive it.
The christian governor of that state,
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tlon in his light on tho great na
tional money leech, wlioso twenty
five million dollar bribe Itself shows
that it little better than steals the
money that is bent to it outright.
Petitions khould bo made up
among the Influential men and
. uimti nf everv ktnt. and forward
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leglalature, protesting againt that'
body entertaining any such bribe,
that is first to be collected out of th
pocket- of the people of all the states
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lore. It U tlmo to
aut in till matter.
The prnponal for
a twenty.five years llcem for
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rUDUC OFFICIALS ANDTnErUOLIO
Bomo extremely sensitive Pennoy
er men are disposed to find fault
with the Journal because it pub
lished tholcttei of Tho Dalles register
of the laud ofllce, and argued thnt tho
governor's explanation was not ad
equate, nnd did not fully clear him
in our mlud. Now this need not
distress any extremely pensttlvo
friends and udmirers of Ills Excel
lency. Wo did not feel willed upon
to exonerato the governor or auy
man if referred to in that letter, Tht
writer of that letter has como out
since his first spams of virtue and
declared that ho did not refer to any
democrat, but only referred to some
alleged wicked republicans. Wo
did print not that letter, beeauso we
did not believe It wasontltlert to any
respect. It was pressed out of that
democratic official by tho exigencies
of tho campaign. It was not his
honest conviction In the matter, be
cause ho stands convicted of locat
ing a sllco of laud 42 miles away In
hU own name, by the testimony of
The election is over, ntid what is
said now can uot nfTect any candl
date, aud is not said in any parti
san spirit or to hurt any man.
Governor Petiuoyer has received a
suflleletit vindication from the voters
to establish Ills reputation for per
sonal integrity in their opinion.
Besides, lie Is not as sensitive as
some who would almost presume to
have his official honor in their keep
ing. Ho stoutlv asserts that tho
management of publlo lauds under
the present administration has been
so magnificently upright that it has
"leaned a llttlo backward." Wo
shall not dispute this and the voters
of Wasco certainly do not.
What wo wish to assert is tho
perfect right of a newspaper to dis
cuss with tho utmost freedom tho
management of our publlo lands
aud the holding up of all olllclals
to tho most rigid accountability for
their stewardship of them. It is a
matter of common intelligence thnt
great frauds have been committed
In the management of tho public
domain in nearly every western
state. It is a notorious fact thnt
nearly every ofllclnl who has been
connected with the management of
the publlo lands has got rich out of
it. Men hivo gone into tho laud do
partnient of our state and havo re
mained a year or two and havo
como out well, not Impoverished
by any means. Most of such offi
cials havo como out rich. Tho peo
ple have no just right to suspicion
every nmn who is connected with
the land department, but they havo
a right to tfemnntl of tho public
press the closest scrutiny of overy
tnlug connected with those lands,
aud tho widest advertisement of
whatever looks like crooked work.
Hence wo published tho letter of
the democratic register of Tho Dalles
laud olllco under the reform admin
istration of Mr. Cleveland, and un
der the especially reformatory Influ
ences that his commissioner Sparks
had thrown over the land depart
ment. And we havo no apology to
oiler for it.
Tho disinterested citizen, who has
no opportunity to profit ono cent by
any rulings or privileges of the laud
department, can seo no reason for
shielding or defending anyone upon
whom just criticism mny fall, In the
dischargo of their ofllclul duties.
There was a tlmo when party pa
pers were expected to excuso and
defend men of their own party for
tl c same short-comings they de
nounced In others. That time is
past aud what Is wrong for one par
ty cannot bo right for the oilier.
Tho custom of denouncing as wrong
iu 0110 man -what wo call right in
tho other simply beeauso ho hap
pens to belong to our party Is very
undent, but it Is just as wrong.
Whatever wo may say In ndvoca
Unit our party, uud however strong
ly wo tnay bo Impressed with tho
correctness of our party's position
on public questions, wo Iiojhj we
may never bo guilty of such n one
sided and lopsided political perfor
mance as that referred to, and yet
practiced by n good many public
men and newspapers.
As Aituultlilnc Offer Hums of tb4
The Han I'fiJifltco papcri of recent daU
onUloed Hie followlnic offer
"A an evidence ol tho ability ol loft
Vegetable Sanaparllla to prevent elck bead
aehei. we will (Ire to Hie Drat twelve ra
pouitMeperaona who will apply at our nfllc
a bo'.tle (rrell they will axrre that alter
Ibex bare been rured ibat tbey will admit
uie fact over mtir iKiiamrea.--
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i whuw Kr.ww. y.Mu.u., .- .
eouvlneln atlMtatlooa that any remedy
crer received, Th (ollowlD j U a tampl of
thoie rewired -
I havo lta iublett In blllotu htadaebea
aud cotiitlMtioii furv,irai yean pati, m
fact, have lxsu oouilled lotaka a pbyal
Terr inner nisui or m i
bradarha aud dull, mean Ii
UWn Ibat bntll of i'jj V
Mrilla. and bava derived ill
UWn Ibat bonis ol ivi VeietabU Barta-
It, awl Intend oofltlnulcir It Alter uyowa
Mrtna, ana nave nerivci vreai wumi nu
iparlefice I ran heartily advlie, tboi trtw-
UU filliouigeuan'j ciniiii"ra wuj
Youra, riiAa. T- tuiuiun,
pun, utAB, jw fci,,ifiui,
121 1euit Avenue, San franeuoa
' cur for niu,
niMMtin and nrutrudln. yield fctODC to
wbeu warm TUU rorin a nenaa iiima
Dr. ii-uko'. I'll lUmrdy. will cii wn ,
airuvliy vn iuv wtim Riin-mi, buwjiu. u
uiora, aiuya neninxr.u eutcu rutin.
ent 6ura. 60 OtifiLt
DruKicUt or inall
jiretulrte. Dr. lluaanko,
yju, u, nolo
tr Minnn ivukt,
CAPITAL JOURNAL JOTS.
aro rare. Bo
don't mind being lied
Only practicing tho right makes
Good husbands make good wives.
Gcd bless the man who Invented
Iusuro your life by
is taking a rlzzle.
party of Oregon
Brains will tell part your hair
wherever you will.
Don't train a child with constant
don'ts. Teach him the do's.
Hitch your politics to your
llgion that la If they will hitch.
Better live in honest obscurity
than have a lot of false popularity.
civket," is tho
trundle-bed to the
now version of the
When a newspaper dies the
editor ha a llttlo forctasto of what
his obituary will bo like.
To know that you
know but not
know how you camo
to know Is
Tho Oregonlan is on the defensive,
but It was knocked out bj' Pennoyer
June 2d, jut tho same.
The wife drowns her sorrows In a
tear whenever tho husband drowns
his by getting on a lear.
You can no moro change tho
selflshness of Home pcoplo thnn you
can brow love in a tea kettle.
Don't tell your boys that their
father doesn't know nny thing. Glvo
them tlumnnd they'll find It out.
Tho nverago allowance of political
fried cakes was In tho hot-lard, nnd
tho kettle was boiling. Which
camo out nhead?
Tho word "Lady" in its original
sense signified "one who could bako
bread" or "ono who could servo
bread to her family."
In an Interview tho other day
Governor Pennoyer said: "I havo
nothing left now but tho peniten
tiary and tho veto power.
Tho young woman who cannot
throw her whole soul nnd physical
strength Into opening her mouth
wldo nnd Inflating her lungs like n
bellows better uot try singing.
Klajjiuth County Blur: Salem Is
the most enterprising city on the
coast aud she is going to hnvo ns
grand a Fourth of July as Ltuk
villo. In tho lato campaign the Oregon
lan did not champion n single Idea
lit tho republican platform. Tho
only candidate it championed was
Governor Ponnoyer ran about4000
ahead of his party. His party was
10,000 behind Hermnn. In other
words ho downed the Oregonlan by
about 11,000 majority.
Country Ilfo gives n man expan
sion of thought aud makes him a
broad minded citizen. City life con
centrates a man into special lines
and makes him a great nohlover.
'I ho Oregonlan seems to havo none
of tho virtues that aro most highly
prized by OregonlauH. Perhaps,
that Is why they sat down upon it
by 14,000 majority Iu defeating its
After its InuuMcrablo campaign
flounderings and advocacy of all
manner of pros and cons, wo next
expect to see the Oregonlan take up
its cudgel for our granger friends
or perhaps for the Union brethren?
In an Interview Juno 7th, the
Pope at Iton.o saldi "Tho persecu
tion of me and tho church In Italv
Is Increasing, Twelve years I havo
been con lined within these walls,
and it Is only within theso lost few
1 kin rne have become Intenslfled.
t veurs that tho oflenscH churned
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t ...uk r" 6"'
and exjKo the blasphemous way In
which Italy is treating the Holy
One of tho most unique Ideas for
tho preservation of fresh meats and
fruits has been discovered by Miss
Mary Johnson, of Rellumnt, Gn,
Hhe claims that by her process they
may be kept Iu open vessels from
one season to another without sugar
or salt, fto acids are used In this i
simple process, and the frulU loso
none of their flavor or freshness.;
You win ave yoursell rnueli cx,
)eneand trouble by sending $1.00
to her and reiving thb reolpe.
Is carefully prepared front SarsfiparilU,
fendi-Ilon, Mandrake, Dock, , Bpttaowa,
Juniper Merries, and other vrclVknown arid
valuable- vegetable remedies, by a peculiar
combination, proportion, and pwj
ingto Hood's Sarsaparilla curative, power
not possessed by other medicines.
effects remarkable cures where others fall.
Is the best blood purlllcr. It cures Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, Bolls, Wmplcs, aH Humors,
Dyspepsia, Biliousness, BIck Headache,
Indigestion, General Debility, Catarrh,
Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver com
plaints overcomes That Tired Feeling,
creates an appetite, builds tip the system.
Has met unparallcd success at home. SucU
is Its popularity In Lowell, Mass., vhcre It
Is made, that Lowell druggists tell moro of
Hood's Sarsaparilla than all other garsapa
rlllas or blood purifiers. Tho samo success
Is extruding all over tho country.
Is peculiar In Its strength and economy.
It Is tho only preparation of which can
truly be said " 100 Doses Ono Dollar." A
bottlo of Hood's Sarsaparilla taken accord
ing to directions, will last a month.
Is peculiar la tho confidence It gains among
all classes ot people Where It Is once used
It becomes a f.worlto family remedy. Do
not bo Induced to buy other preparations.
Bo suro to get t Tccullar Mcdlcloo,
Boldly drnsiikti. fl: ixf..r5V 1'repaiodbj
O. I. HOOD CO., AiKJlliorurlcj, Lowell, Ma
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
Insuro in Your Home Company !
Which lias for tho pant six years
PAID MORE TAXAS.
Issued Moio Policies,
Received More Premiums
t'And Paid More Losss
Upon property located In Oregon or Wash
lugton Hum nny other company.
It was tk First Company in Pay
all Losses in Full anil in Cash
lly tho three- great conuagmtlont of Bnitli
KltotiHburfrniul Hpoknno Falls.
UEO. M. HEELER,
And Special Agvnl Air Marlon County.
Olllco In tlm company's building
Capital City Restaurant
Warm iMeals at All Hours of the Day
Nonu but whlto labor employed Iu till
A good itubfttnntlal meal cooked Iu first
Twenty-flvo cents per meal.
RED K R O N T.
Court street, between Journal Olllco and
On asylum avenue, ono mllo from
town, and thrco minutes' walk from
electric lino, ouu of tho most desira
ble places about tnvn. House
contains nlno rooms, hot nnd cold
water, bath room, etc., and in per
feet order. Burn and outbuilding,
with about 0 acres. This wili bo
sold nt n bargnln if applied for at
onco. Six acres would plat to good
Real Estato, 200, Commercial street.
271 Commercial Street,
French and German Wheat and
Ilyo Breads In City Styles.
BPKOIALTY OF FANCY OAKES.
Pastry mid Confectionery
Unking Iu Full Stock.
My iibw bread and enko bakors
are first-class artists in tiiolr lino,
ami I aim to havo -
Bvcrylhing as Fine as the Finest.
Scriber & Pohle's.
Hpoclal attention irtven to ahoelnir road
tcr, driving lmre, InlerrerttiK and crip
pled homcu. A largo
Stock of Hand-Made Shoes Carried.
We iftve our pemonul attention and em
ploy imno but experts In tllU department,
47 and 51 State Street, Salem, Or,
Capital Dairy Co.
A. O. falreutld, 11. J. Kelly aud W, O.
Ilurctt are prepared to deliver nreaU milk,
cooled on tee, to any part of tho city,
j lv orders at Mlnto Low' table.
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