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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL.
SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 18Q0.
than any other Dealer iu the city. Perhaps we do. We bell as cheap as
any body can. All we oak Is a fair margin on the goods. Wo buy for
cash, and our expenses are light, consequently we can
Sell at a
We have our stock now almost complete, although goods nro arriving
almost daily. Come in aud inspect Our Goods and Prices.
Everything Marked in Plain Figures at
W. H. CON
257 Commercial Street.
Tinware and Plumbing Goods
to the store recently occupied by
J. C. BROWN & CO,
loo State St.,
PURE DRUGS, HICK
FINE PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES!
fS-Physiclans' Prescriptions and Family Recipes carefully com
pounded. A full line of choice Imported and Key West Cigars.
Has a large list of choice farms and city property for sale on
easy terms. Homesteads located.
MONEY TO LOAN
On imnroved farms and city property at low rate of interest.
ie-We have also in connection with our real estate buMuess, nn FM-1
PLOYMENT and GENERAL INTELLIGKNCE 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,
Aud will continue to carry tho finest line of
UrGSS uOOQS 3110 I nmmingS,
Ladies and Gente Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats, Ladi e
Wraps, Etc. in the City. We are agents for
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
Only Abstract Books
His Stock of
joan i fo'liaoge!
St,, Salem, Or.
IN MARION COUNTY. W"k wmptty
anil reluiM oxt-autod by the
SALEM AlteTltACT & LAND CO.,
FRANK W. WATEIW, Manaeer
The Oregon Land Coapj
I with its i
(In the State Insurance Building)
and branch offices in Portland, Astoria and Albany,
Has fur sale a large list of Grain, Stock and Fruit Farms; also
City and Suburban Property.
The Oregon Land C'n. was (specially organized for the purpose of buying
and sub-dividing lare tracts of land, and has during the past two years
bought aud subdivided over ;S,1200 acres into
The success of this undertaking is shown in the fact that out of 2S0 tracts
placed on the market, 22-5 have been
choice laud iu Fruit,
Will Yield a Larger Income
than 1G0 acres of wheat In the Mississippi Valley. We also make valuable
improvements iu the way of roads, clearing the land, fences, etc. We
can sell a small tract of laud for the same price per aero as you would
have to pay for a large farm. a
Scud lor Pamphlet
Neglectfully of the patent fact that
it's money that talks loudest.
IS THAT SO?
Th-'t is a fact. Money talks loud
est and will buy more and better
James Denham & Co.'s
Thau any other place In the city. Come and see
HIGHEST QUALITY, LOWEST PHICESy
118 State street, opposite terminus of electric car line. Repairing done.
Shoes to measure.
J. E.BAKER L SONS
Manufacturers of Cigars,
State Street, Salem,
GENERAL STOCK OF DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS.
We make a specialty
give us a call.
29S Commercial Street,
Salem, - - Oregon
Continues tho Rut-incss formerly
the old gland on
Will be p!eaHd to receivo ewll
at Living Prices:
J, JT, JACOBSON ,
Lumber Lath and smg, at the 0w Dorrance Yard,
Special attention given to furnioh Klin dried and i4 parlor
i' i a Mil I UK
W. N4. Sargent,
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J'HStures rruillt, limu rMnturu.
A Plue Line oT J!tehlns and ICiigruvldu, Oil PiwUu ad CIiuhuim.
Prices tlie Lowest.
We claim that ten acres of
and Price List.
Store Fixtures. When In
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'I'H.H CAPITAL JOURNAL.
PUBLISHED DAILY, KXCK1TSUNDAY,
Canital Journal Publishing Company.
Onicc.Comniorctnl Street, In P. O. Hulldlng
fcntercd at the potornco nl Salem, Ur.,aa
TI1K INTEU-STATi: COM.MKKl'i: ui.
The Supicnie Court of tho United
States has decided in two appeals
a liquor case from Iowa and a dress
ed bit-t case from Minnesota that
eacli state's control of goods iold
within Its borders is restricted to its
TOJtyjU'oducts, and that state legisla-
thmiug faither than this is void,
ttfjgijiulon of such imported pro
ducts' within a state being ex
clusively within the jurisdiction of
ftho United States. The opinion iu
the dressed beef case says:
"This act provides that all cattle,
sheep and swine shall bo Inspected
within twenty-four houts before the
animals are slaughtered aud that (If
such be the fnet) the Inspcctorsshall
certify that the slaughtered animal
were found to be healihy and fit for
human food. The sale of meat not
taken from an inspected and certl
lied animal is forbidden. As the In
xpection must take place within the
twenty-four liouis immediately pre
ceding the slaughtering, tho net ex
cludes from the Minnesota market
practically all fresh beef, veal, mut
ton, lamb or pork taken froth ani
mals slaughtered in other states;
and directly tends to rest i let the
s'iiu;hterinir of animals, whoe
meat is to bo sold in Minnesota for
human food, to those engaged In
such business in the state."
"It is one thing fur u state 'to ox
elude altogether from its limits cattl ',
sheep or swine actually diseased, or
meats t tint :in unlit for human food,
and punish tdl sales of such animals
or of such meat within its limits, fi
is quite auot her thing for a state to
declare, as does Minnesota by the
necessary operation of lis statute,
that fiesh beef, veal, mutton, lamb
or pork shall not bo sold at all for
human food within its limits unless
the animal is Inspected iu that state,
or unless tho animal is slaughtered
iu that stato."
This decision oxoltes wide-spread
alarm, as it seems it Is Impossible t'j
regulate the sale, not only of dressed
meats suspiciously stale, but also of
oleomargarine and other dangerous
foods, as well as bad milk, adulter,
ated and Intoxicating liquors, pol
Hvitis, explosives, obscene literature
and the like, as long as they are of
fered in their "original pickuges"
1'hero Is a general feeling that
something must ho d me to nullify
this ruling; and tw lulls fur the
purpoo havo already been Intro
duced In congress. Ono of them
provides that no slate shall be hold
to be restrained iu its power to pro
hibit, regulate or tax tho sale 01
transportation of oleomargarine, by
reason of tho fact that it has been
imported into tho state from beyond
its limits, without regard to the fact
that tax or duty thereon may have
been paid to tho United States.
Tho other confers upon tho states
the right to prohibit or regulate the
trallic in alchoholiu liquors within
their own borders, whether the liq
uors sold nro Iu tho "original
package" or not. It would seem
that a more general measure, cover
lug tho entile subject oueo for all,
might be called for.
a cii.vnci: run and iiir.u coi. i, i:ar.
The Uuptist college at MoMlun-
yille Is heuking a belter location than
it now lias, if perchance one cm be
found. A movement to take this
educational liihlllinioii to Portland
has buon under headway for cavern)
years. The college board havo now
dtelHri.il it tohe the unanimous opin
ion that the college better be moved
to Portland, If and there Is always
an if a Milllcieut sum or money
own le rained to make It a thorough
ly llrst-elut college, etc.
How well the atmosphere of a
city of such standards of polities as
prevail at Portland would ho adapt
ed to enable a ISuptlst college to
flourish, no one own predicate. How
much money It would take to tide
over the evil liifluenc and the evil
efll-ets on a college of a depraved
IxMidle Mlmoaphortt, o marked In
(he Milltioai Mlloirs of Portland the
MUtt year, cannot be estimated.
Portland nwy reform In thotc mut
ters, but until a considerable pro-
Imlloiwrr imriod hits loeu puod
through by tlmt mtrfroKIU, theeliy
will hardly lw ooiiidrl u lit plucw
for any mora rvllgl.mor educational
iuelltullon that are to Iw hUiwirted
, by the mn of thuople from (he
iund porlloiiH of thUte.
It would bo well fur the Uptbt
college now hi McMlnnville, If It
rwally dJro a better loentlon, If the
board womW oom over and (ueetK1
drfugMhH. tleni c4(Iiih, and
txmUder th advantuges ti( a eloan
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UfUMMMUt. A OlMOtat OUIIIHK (Ml
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" iun wiwiBrinBOTf.
iutunmU are ol
CAPITAL JOURNAL JOTS.
did uot move to
cents a lb.
woolen mill pays 0
One hundred u day Is good work
for a census enumerator.
How shall tho census enumerator
obtain tho exact age of tho widow of
The pcoplo of Oregon havo voted
the Oregoulau i greater crank tlinu
Any poor person in need of one or
more dogs can bo accommodated on
lower Commercial street.
Let the sweet and powerful sing
ers prove themselves patriotic de
votees to their God-given talcnt.Iuly
Tho senate has confirmed the
nomination of Hon. W. II. Dyars
of Salem to bo surveyor General of
The good moral ntmosphcro of
Salem is attested by the fact that the
State Reform School has Just been
No matter what other pcoplo may
throw July 4th, tho Salem fire com
panies havo decided to throw water
in a highly interesting mauuer.
Five men iu Denver who cannot
sign their names are made million
aires by real estate. The best bank
to put your money In Is a sand bank.
Tho college graduates,
The high-school gradutes,
Tho sweet-girl graduates,
What ounbopivt tier than these til i co?
They are worth their weight lngold,
Tho' of this they need not be told,
For its old, old, very old.
The returns ol tin. election show
tho following vote cast by tho pro
ducts iu which tho following cities
arelecated: Independence .'120; Dal
las 441; Ashland GOo; McMiiiuvlllo
0.'tS; Roseburg GOT; Oregon City TSO;
Albany UTS; lCugeno l)j;tj Salem 101U;
The vitiligo of Lovolaud, Iowa,
was almost totally destroyed by a
wuter spout on Tuesday. Soveral
lives were lost. Tho town is located
In ti gully lu thn Buyer valley. A
terrible storm passed over tho valley,
and near tho upper end a cloud
burst occurred, tho water sweeping
down through tho fated village,
leaving lumlly a house intact.
Hon. M. Wilkins, of Lane county,
received Ids comuussloii Inst Sat
urday as commissioner from Oregon
to tho world's fair. Ho expects to
go to Chicago iu a short time to at
tend a meeting of tho commissouers
In bo called for the purpose of view
ing I lie site selected for the fair
grounds aud buildings, and other
preparatory work. Mr. Wllklns is
very enthusiastic In his ellorts to
secure n good representation of (ho
product:, ond ludustrlesot tills stale,
and is working diligently to that
Tho Philadelphia organ of tho
carpenter's union says; Up ti date
eight hour a day has been secured
this season for the carpenters In
twenty-seven cities and towns, af
fectlngU.VJ.Vj men. Nine cities are
still out for the eight-hour day, and
six have compromised on hours.
Nino hour days have been establish
ed in ninety-two cities and towns,
with the addition of eight hours on
.Saturdays, Tills concession allects
14,'.280 carpenters, while gains have
been made lu Mie shape of Increased
wages Iu many other cities.
German newspapets report that
the lieglra from Iceland heretofore
noted lu those couluius Is assuming
extraoidlnary proportions. It Ih es
timated that fully 20,000, about one
fourth of the entire population, will
emigrate during the present year.
Mint of them are destined for tho
northwestern portion of Canada,
which though by no means the best
of soil or most hospitable of oil
males, oilers great advantages as
compared with tho country these
people tire leaving. It Is a pity
soniu effort has not btreii made to at
tract a portion ot them to this state.
They are a very daslrablo class of
An AilonUlilui; onr Hoiitn of ttia
The Man Vranrlwo .r of rect-Bl Ut
coatalBwl th lolWiwinx tiOVr.
"A u eif.teuM of tb ability nl (r'l
VfffftUUt hMaIIUi In prevent ilek bead
aebw, we trill glte to tu fir.t twvlre r-
iKiibl ' who will aiilr at our olllc
a UJl It l( thr will ( tbat alter
tliof have Umh ruted that they will ftmtl
the (art over tbelr tluaturM "
Thl ' SW to HanlluKlr aMted the effl
Clancy u( the retaettr that uiauy aceepted,
and the hrttert ot the parllM. liwrljr all ol
mbum ftAiu4wl, aie piutaUy I lie mo.t
OMVtawtoK 4ltttUHH that any remedy
- The fuitowiuc l a iawfi ol
"1 Jbw, u W(k. mmih
and couaiiuuioa fan teveral jt, In
(aet. have bacB tomunlml to tale a titmla
(let. have Uwi
. wtbar n.bt ut eUo .mU have
iittfirit aud (tail, uuu ImIIm 1 tiara
, &( he aud (lull, mean (wiIn I hart
' Sk. n tkml bullU ,( J;t I Veartabla Hartf
I aAn' . ! 4erlvl atml Uriwtlt Iroffl
m1 , atwj have (Uriv( g'at UtwBt (rota
an I laifuii uMtlaaliK ll Altar lay own
k. an I ialu4 euttUoaitu- II
Macrlcvea I ra haartllv a4 l lham Uoa-
MM, CIIAB. K. ELKlMnU.f,
m Locuit Xtou, Baa Y raaeuoa
WILL JOIN IN TUB PARADE.
The Snlcm Fire Companies Will Tnko
Part in tho Fourth of July
Auswering tho call of tho chief en
gineer aud assistant published lu
yesterday's Jouunal, tho members
of tho several tiro couipaules met to
a largo number at tho halt of Capi
tals last cvcnlug, for tho principal
pttrposo of deciding upou tho atti
tude of tho companies toward tho
Fourth of July celebration and par
ade. The decision reached was that tho
threo companies would join iu tho
parade, and In tho miittcrof races for
prizes a committee was appointed to
agree upon a program. This com
mittee consisted of the foremen fotho
three companies T. A. Howard, of
No. 1; WalterLow,ofNo. 2, aud A.
Kaiser, of No. ,1 who reported tho
ItACIXCt 11Y viitKMnx.
Hose Race Distance to run, 100
yards to hydrant, lny 200 feet of
hose and get water. Prize $100.
Knglno Race Engine to be set on
cistern; run 100 yards; attach to
engine, lay 100 feet of hoo nnd get
water. Prize, ffiO.
Tender Race Team ti bo com
posed of twelve bo3 s not over 10
years old; run 100 yards. Prize,
given by Chief Engineer Geo.
liingham, to be twelve gold badges
engraved witli company's name and
Tho rulOs to govorn theso races
are those of tho Northwestern Fire
Tlie badges given by Mr. Illng
huni me marvels of beauty and w 111
be gay trophies for tho boys who
succeed In whining them. Each
batlgo weighs. 'IS grains of solid 14-
karat gold, beautifully engraved,
with the nauiooftlie company and
the words "tender team." (let In
and drill, hoyfi; these are worth
The lire companies' team having
learned to respond to tho tap of the
lire bell aud to chafe and foam If
they tue icstrnlned from so doing,
thu members present last evening,
at tho suggestion of tho chief on
glncer,adopteda motion doing away
with thoilnglng of the lire bell for
any purpo.su except for u lire, and
tho members will have to attend
meetings hereafter without this no
tice. - llulliou lU'deuiutluu. .
As sqoii as the MoKlnloy silver
mcasuro wits offered It was seen that
it contained ono weak spot, namely,
tho permission to tho holder of tho
now treasury notes to redeem tiiein
in sliver bullion ut his option. To
make this clearer a hypothetical caso
may be pivsentcd. Hupposo that
wttii mo compromise nut in inrce a j
person takes to tho treasury 100
ounces of silver bullion and receives
for I( n treasury nolo lor $80, being
at (he rate of ft) cents un ounce.
Tills note Is legal tender for all pur
poses, but It Is more than legal
tender, for Its holder Is
allowed to present It for redemp
tion iu bullion at the market rate.
Suppose, then, that on the succeed
ing day the Heller of bullion wants to
become a buyer. All that he has to
do Is to go to the treasury, present
Ids treasury note and get back his
100 ounces of Hllvcr, provided the
market rate for bullion has not
changed.' What may budono with
100 ounces may bo done with 4,600,
000 ounces per mouth; mid thoques
tlou Is, how can (his buying silver
one day and selling it tho next day
or tho next week advance tho mar
ket price of silver bullion ?
It Is ttue that there is a possibility
that lliuduiiiiiiiilfnrW 1,000,000 worth
of silver a year might enhance tho
price and keep It at the higher figure,
on the general principle that where
the demand exceeds I ho supply high
prhvs will rule. Keuatur Plumb says
that the entire annual output of Hll
vcr hi the Jul ted Hlatcs is less than
fOO.OOO.OOO, of which $.'50,000,000
Is coined and $8,000,000
used hi the arts. If these
figures are correct, the demand for
ffl 1,000,000 worth or silver a year
would advance the price at first,
but as soon as thu consumers of
silver realized thu fact that they,
and not tlie producers, could
virtually control tho price, sliver
would fall again, and then remain
at a comparatively low level;, or at
least, such seems to bo the reason
able view of the question.
The fault of thu bullion redemp
tion clause Is that it persists In treat
lot sliver as mereliaudlho onlv. mid
not as money. It Is hardly correct
iu mi,), nn .ui. .utmtuiin uuvn, oiui
it donioiietl.es silver, but It certainly
fulls to monetize 11, and It U for that
reason thut the genuine silver men
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Now that the bill has r.lissed tho
senate It Is to be hoped that tho wn-
ate will Insist upon striking out tho'
bullion redemption clause, and that,,
If it docs, the silver men In thu
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..uuov, ihh ivh"'" iu hvjf win
tu hI.Ji ti .,. rru llnil .. iii...iI..i...I
It Ih truo that ovon thun thu bill
(lotM not conio up lo tho doinund for
frvo coinage, but If it uati Im Nhorii
of thu objootloiiuhlf (Wtiiro n-forrud
toil may well bo neeopled by all
Mlver moil an an linlox of ftiluru Iur
IhIuIIoii which will lomill Iu autual
und ooinnlf to blinctullxin. Han
h carefully prepared from p.nrsaparllla,
DataSolton, Mandrake, Dock, ripst8scva
Juniper Kcrrlcs, and other well-known ami
ralnablo vegetable remedies, by a peculiar
ciimblnatlon, froportlon, ftud process, Rlv
.ugto Howl's Sarsaparilla curatlvo power
not possessed by other medicines. It
effects remarkable cures where others fall.
Is tho best blood purifier. It cures Bcrot uta,
Salt Ilhcum, Bolls, rimplcs, H Humors,
Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache,
Indigestion, General Debility, Catarrh,
Wieumatlsm, Kidney nnd tlver com
plalnts; overcomes That Tired Feeling,
creates an appctlto, builds up Uio system.
Hai met unrarallcd success at homo. Such
Is Its popularity In Lowell, Mass., where It
Is nuulo, that Lowell druggists sell moro ol
Hood's Sarsaparilla than all other sarsapa
rlllas or blood purifiers. Tho samo success
is exte'ullng all ovct tho country.
Is peculiar In Its strength and economy.
It Is tho only reparation ot which can
truly be said "100 Dose Ono Dollar." A
bottloof Hood's Sarsaparilla taken accord
ing to dlri'i-iliiin, will last a moutn.
Is peculiar latin onlldenco It trains among
i.11 classes ot J eoj lo. Where It is onco used
it becomes a favorite family remedy. Do
not bo Induced to buy other preparations,
llo suro to get tho Peculiar Medlclno,
SoMbyilriifttta. f '-'rfv ITcpnrrrtbj
C. I. jibotlA.ro., ..ili.nrlci.I.owcll,JMaa.
IOO Rose Ono Dollar
Insure in Your Home Company !
Which 1ms fortliopiiatslx yearn
PAID MORE TAXAS.
Issued Mote Policies,
Received More Pri-mlums
"And Paid Mora Losse
Upon property located In Oregon or Wnali
tiiKtnn Minn any other company
It was Hip First Company u Pay
all Losses in Full anil in Casli
lly tho threo great eonlluurutlutis of Scuttle
Klleiixbiiritnnd Hpoltnno Kalis
flEO. W. HEELER,
Aiil Speeliit Aucnl lor .'Murlon county.
OUlro hi tho comiKiny's tmlkmifc
.Cf tal City Restaurant
jas. batcnoior, frop'r.
Warm Meals at All Hours of iho Day
Nono hut wlilto labor employed In this
A K"d substantial meal coolccd in llrnt-
Twenty-tlvo cents per meal.
RED K R O N T.
Court atreot, Ixilween .Journal Ofllco and
Corn" or nn(l High Street.
G. W. ANDERSON, PROP.
Successor to W..II. COOK.
TUo Cook unlol la oppoMtr court houso,
cnnvulont to biiNltm.H pnrt of city and
Mreui enr lino riinnli v punt tho door.
ItatcH 81.00 to $.100 ii day, according to
room Hpcclnl lorniH to bonrdera and
SOU Commorolal St
Steam and Plumber's Goods,
California Iroimlonotjower and Klro Clay
Chltiinoy 1'lpo, etc.
271 Commercial Street.
Krunuh und Oortnati Wheat mid
Ityo Itreadu In City Blylcs,
Ht'KOIALTV OV FANCY CAKEH.
I'autry and Confectionery
IJnklnt; In Full Htoctc.
y nuw bretitl nnd cako bnkora
nro llntt-clasH artlsta In their line,
and I aim to havo
HYMjIllillg aS Pl'llC aS tllO FlutSt.
Scriber & Pohle's.
Mix-olnl attention clvun to ylioeluu road.
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StOCK 01 llaild-JIailC SllOft UrtlN.
Wo uIyo our iMTnonal nttmitlou mid nit.
)(,y iiQ,,a but Dxiwrot lu IhU iWiiurtmeut.
47 and 51 State Street, Salem, Or.
in r, Tit!WMill ! r ,
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