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iCViCJNU?G OAP1TAX, JOUBNAI,,;, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 183.
TUB CAPITAL JOIMAL
VUULWHEO DAILY, EXCEPT HOBDAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
i'.ntOfllM mode-Commercial 8tret.
HOFER BROTHERS, -
Vatiy, try carrier, per month,-.
Vail, br mall, per jear,--Weekly,
S page, per year
Ab advance oatlln'cpf the president's
message to congress Is glyen In oar dis
patches. It U Arm In Jts tone but tol
erant in spirit. The president wisely
does not take sldw with either the ex
treme views of the gold bugs or silver-
The men holding gold contracts are
anxious for an, absolute single gold
standard. But that will be too expen-
. wve to the debtor class. The flnanceof
,$ne country cannot be founded on the
luck of a miner's plck-nxe. It must be
wore stable than luck of any sort
whether it bo luck in discovering silver
and gold or anything else.
The message itself is anxiously
awaited aud will be read with great in
terest. The country stands upon the
brink of a complete financial and in
dustrial collapso aud only wise action
can save it
HINT TO SdlPFiSKS OF FOWLS.
Farmers or con atry merchants ship
ping fowls to Portland must take care
not to crowd too many in the coops
during hot weather. The society for
the prevention of cruelty to animals
Wednesday, took steps to arrest the
shippers of a number of coops which
arrived here in bad condition from ov
ercrowding. At first the commission
men were forbidden to take the fowls,
and they were ordered sent baok to the
the shippers, but later it was decided
that this would Inflict more cruelty on
the poor fowls, so they were allowed to
be taken away and turned loose.
TI1E STATE RKVENUK8.
'There is something wrong when
county officials can hold back a balf
million of the people's taxes and not pay
them over to the state treasury.
There Is something loose and rotten
about a state government where such
an unbusinesslike state of affairs exists.
According to law all but six couuty
treasurers in Oregon are defaulters to
the state today.
They have collected the people's
taxes and refuse to hand them over.
Havo the people no recourse? It seems
not. But a better order of things
should prevail. The Jouknai. stands
for the better crder.
TUB ONR CENT DAILY.
It leads in popularity. Why? Bo
cause It givos you all the howb, the
most news and In the most attractive
form for tho least money.
The peoplo have confidence In Its
fairness. They like its Ideas about gov
ernmont. Ciroulato it. If a thousand
men would start out today armed only
With the One Cent Daily they could
become conquerors for good govern
ment, intelligence, and progress.
The One Cent Daily does all this
Itself. But put tho power of the people
, behind it aud it becomes a mighty now
er for good.
'Iflo not Eat Pastry:
How often you hear tills
expression, and the ex
planation that usually
follews: "I am troubled
with dyspepsia.' ' The
explanation is not far to
seek. In the past Lard
has been used as the prin
cipal shortening in all
pastry, the result- dys
pepsia. The dyspeptic
: need no loncer be
Is substituted for lord in
the preparation of all food.
It is composed strictly of !
highly refined vegetable
oil and beef suet. When
used as a shortening, it
product whokeoiac and
healthful pastry. Physi
cians mid expert cooks
illdQrse it. f a mWtltntM.
- J .v.' . ..... I. .i.. ,'ij if
caali la stitnns to 1
tjo., uucage.iar nan
' Collolen Cuok Hook, containl ig tl
1 kuMrad Jrcipss, prepareu or uiue cuu-
Mt atilborliltf o cookli
N. K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
ST. LOUIS ansi
4I6AQO. MCW Ve)RX. MTMJ
It that misery experienced wliett
suddenly mado awaro that yon
possess a diabolical arrangement..
called stomach. No tiro dyspep
tics havo the camo predominant
symptoms, but whateTer form
The underlying cause
in the LIVES,
and one thing is ccrtaM no"6no
t 111 ?Jt-.'-r,rt vll
F j wiimf i'i - .
.V I SfffT l-
Ami foul gas a,
sad at toe some
"- J& JS
Start the Liver working and
all bodily ailments
-Tot mora than thrt years I. suffered with
Dyspepsia In ita wont form. I tried sfren
doctors, but they afforded no relief. At last I tried
Simmon Lirer Regulator, which cured me in a
ihort time. It U a good medicine. I would not
be without Iu"Jams A. Koaki, Pbilada, Pa.
"A a general family remedy for Dyspepsia,
Torpid Lirer, Constipation, etc., I hardly erer
use anything else, and hare nerer been disap
pointed in the effect produced! it teems to be
almost a perfect curs for all diseases of the Stomach
and Bowels." W J. McEUiov, Macon,a.
World's Fair, Chicago.
Ill I PI m m Fireproof t Ml rooms! near Fair
U reunds: batha on every Boor.
HnnnCTfltotladay. .Flrat-claaa ft
A Hs'an axil rnmnaan
UHnUIIUl 1 hoteU Write lor circular.
Following dispatch explains,, itself
Detroit, Mich., July 22. The most
sensational thing that bos yet come to
light relative to the so-called purging
of the pension list is the suspension
of a no less distinguished pensioner
than Justlco Charles Dean Long, of the
Michigan Supreme court. Few soldiers
In this state suffer from wounds as se
vere as those of Justice Long.
At the battle of Willmington Island
Ga., he lost bis Jeft arm, and be was,
also shot through the hips and abdo
men, This latter wound lias still to be
dressed twice dally. Although the pr
der of suspension bears date of June 27,
Mr. Long has not yet received official
notice of Its issuance. The notice of
suspension is a br.ef, formal document,
and gives no clue as to the reasons that
have influenced the course of the de
partment The order gives the pension
certificate number, which shows thst
there could have been no mistake or
confusion of names.
Commenting on the above case the
Freeport, Ills., Journal says;
"Judge Long, of Michigan, was bad
ly shot to pieces during the war of the
rebellion and has been receiving 72 per
month. (Jeneral Black, of Cblcag6,
another brave officer, was badly
smashed and has been receiving (100
per mouth. Both were deserving, men
and both entitled to their pensions.
But Hoko Smith found that Judge
Long was a Republican and he stopped
his pension at once. (Jeneral Black as
yet has received no notice. Will his
politics save him? Wo do not know
but wo do know that It would, be a
great outrage to stop the pension of
General Black. It was given blm be
cause ho could not by manual labor
earn his support, and that he Is serving
as a congressman on a salary of Ave
thousand dollars a year does nof give
baok to him his shattered llraba and
health, and while his physical disabil
ity continues, and It will continue as
long as hls.llfe lasts, bis, pension sbonld
also bo coutluued. If Judge Long Is
physically disabled o that he could not
perform mauual labor it was an, outrage
to stop his penston, and bis serving as
a Judgo bus no mora to do with his
drawing a peusion for physical disabil
ity than General Black's serving as a
congressman has to do with his physi
tuk national flower.
As nearly everything grows more
perfect In Oregon thau auywhere else,
so the Golden Hod, our country's na
tional flower, is hero more perfect in
golden beauty and richuessof eilect.
It is not so plentiful nor so large and
plumy as In the prairie states but Itls
inoro solid and has a massy, old gold
etleot that Is very riob. It will be
found along old rail fences, hedge rows
or In tangles of brush or about old
stumps or fallen trees.
Golden Rod parties of young ladles
to search this floral emblem of our na
tional exlstenoo ought to become fash,
louable aud popular.
DOWN GO THE RATES I
m tt i n 7 . . . .
The Union Padua now leads with re-
uuwuisin lucuqiqru poults, ami uieir
through oar arrangements, uiajrtilllo-
- 3 vtsLaJsa,
ently equipped Pullman aud Tourist a constitutional disease, requires a oon
sleeirs, free rod In lug chair car and etltutlonal treatmeut, Hall'a Catarrh
. )!, ' .. .,Utt ,l ,,,u? "
i ii ,bi u" Ipn JCX1- romnt
uu;iu,wo,ui, mu , v ). in, 4H9
rates are now wuuui men or all. and
everybody should take advantage of
them to jvuu tha world' fair and their
fr ends In the easL Bend formtM and
achedulea of trains, aud ddnotpurohase
tloketa until after conultlug BoUm A
Barker, agents, Balrm. Or. ,
AM't Gen'l Uasi: An. lTP.71 '
TAKES THE CAKE.
Tub Journal' says:
The One Cent
Daily takes the cake.
8alkm, Ang. 8.
"Wore" talk of hop
There will be no
Marlon 1o6n8tyl growers are refusing
1692 hops remained at 18 cts. In
Would not a windmill add five time"
ita value to a hop yard by Irrigating?
Puyallup Cemmerce: Contracting
has been quite lively, on basis of 15c,
and whern bond is given for quality,
18c Is offered.
Cherry Valley, N. Y. Gazette: As
matters stand today, the general feeling
Is that the crop of 1893 will be of an ex
.cellent quality but deficient In quanti
ty. From nearly all sections in thin
State, the reports point to a yield con
siderably under that of I8&2" which was
a short crop. There Is little doubt but
that the per cent will be quite a falling
oil fiom one year ago.
Sacremento News: During the past
four days there has been JIttle doing in
the way of contracting. The grower
who wish to make sure of their ex
penses for the season havo contracted
alt they care to, while those who have
.bops .for the future and think bops will
soon go up to 30c, will not sell a pounfl
until they have watched the trend of
the markets of the world for a few
weeks, or at least until their crops aft
harvested. On Saturday last, however,
there were some, heavy contracts made
for the Lllleutbals, and it is said a
high as 21Jc per pound was paid.
The Lewis and A. D Pettyjohn hop
yards never looked finer. '
MATERIAL REDUCTIONS. '..
The State Board of Railroad Com
missioners adjourned today and feel
qu(tq surprised at the criticisms in the
press to ttjo effect that the new ratt
sheets show advances In freights.
They submitted to a Journal writer
rate' sheets which show but four ad
vances and material reductions.
Tho charges are made, to hold busi
ness at Portland, as against the inroads
made by the San Francisco merchant
upon Willamette Valley trade. Itif
the intention of the Board to.do all in
Its power to hold trade in Oregon if
Now ,-ates of freight were promulgat
ed to go Into effect J uly 15. The board
claim they found inequalities In the
old rates and adjusted them by equal
izing from Portland through to Ash
land. The rate changes affected only
the Southern Pacific.
Following are some 6Y the changi s
between the old rates and the new on
important products and classificatiens:
Between Portland and Eugene: ,
Coffee, salt, sugar,
Between Portland to Glendale:
Sugar, salt, coflee,'
Between Portland and Ashland:
iugj etc. J
Coflee, Bait, sugar,
Between Portland aud Cottage Greve:
Drygoods. etc. 73
Cauued goods. 65
Nulls, rice, 67
Grain, flour, eto.. 10
What do you Take
Aieucinaror? Because you are sick
and want to got well, or because you
wish to prevent illness. Theu remem
ber thav Hood's Sarsaparllla cures all
diseases caused Tjy Impure blood and
debility of the system. It Is not whai
Its proprietors say but what Hood's
Sarsaparllla does, that tells the storv
of its merit. Be sure to got Hood's,and
vegetable-Hood's Pills 25
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreadful disease that science has
uwsnRoio to cure in all Ita stag. and
that is catarrh. Hall'a Catarrh Cure Is
meouiy positive cure now known to
tbe medical fraternity. Catarrh belnr
uuro is taken luternally, actlug direct! v
upnn "io blood and mucous surfaces of
BVSlem. thsrebv i)mlmDln lh
flllimlntlnn Ilftlm itlniu.i. .,.i ,.i..i.:
the patient .trenstb hy building up the
constitution, and luJstluK nature In
lnlno-iu .A,i,H t-,, .," ..'J1""l.u,,D "
bo roden faith In Its curative tvnwera.
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any ce that It falls to cure. Send
AddreU F J Chenev A . T..
. Of Ailanv.
MSi n. watte;
tr. Xll XedledZ Cv Xtkhari, IruU
man afo.'when 1 wa afflicted TriOi a conbUut
boa of disease, and thought there was n6 mil
rernii I tried ail kinds of medlclnes.Rndsoorcs
of eminent phTticlana. Mr nerrei were prostrated,
producing dizziness, heart trouble and all tho Ills
ibat siaxa lift miserable. I commenced to take
DR, MILES' NERVINE
ana m inree monina w.s prDncTLT cvnto.
In dt traTelieacU7U."rf
rwneo I are me wouaanasi
of pbjgoal wtscu, n9iMns; from nerroas
Mrlnsr from nerroas t:
Ukinr prcacnpUons 11
Ncrvincand ac cunio.
arosomanTiuaiB IU ( J ffcren from
OTBTwork.men.e'' tal crostra.
tion and nerroas ihsaattoo, brought on br the
character of th baHness enjagoa In, I would
W a euro cure tea all noflfexing from theaa cauMS,
SOLO ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS. 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
-old uy D. J. Fry, druggist, eaieuj
Doctor prescribed : Castoria
Prices Oorrent by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, August 8, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capitai. Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
BAIiKM PRODUCE MARKET.
Peas and beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon.
Raspberries black 41.
Blackberries wild 50cte. a gallon;
USIIIU O UUJ. II DUX,
Peaches 70 to 80 cts. a basket
Veals dressed 4V cts.
Hogs dressed 6 J to 6.
Live cattle 2 to2J.
h -ep alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1 60 to $2.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes:
In wholesale lots $3.20. Betail
Bran $17 bulk, $13 sacked. Shorts
and $20. Chop feed $10 and $20.
HAY AND DRAIN.
Oats 40 to 45 cents.
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old. $10 to
14. wuci in ouik, fo to a.
Barley No demand except for feed.
Apples 76o to $1.00 a bushel.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15 to 17c
Eegs Cash, 18 cents.
Butter Beat dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smofced meats Bacon 12;
bams, 13; shoulders, 10. i
Potatoes new, 50c. to 60c.
Onions 1 to 2 cents.-
Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, ,18c,
Anise seed, 2Go. (Jinseng, $1.40.'
HIDES AND PELTS. '
Green, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
76 cts to $1.25. No quotations on fun.
Chickens 7 to 10 cts; broilers 10tol2;
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow sale, choice,
10 cts; geese slow.
Grnlu, Fred, etc
Flour-Standard, $3.40; Walla Walla,
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.50
Oats Vhite,45o per bushel, grey, 42oJ
rolled, In bags, $0 250.50; barrels,
$0 606.75; cases. $3 76.
Hay Best, $1517per ton; common,
Wool-valley, 10 to 12o.
Mlllstuds Bran. $17.00: shorts. $21:
ground barley, $2624; chop feed $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
ceutal; middling, $23 28 per ten: brew,
log barlo.', 0005o per cental: chicken
wneau $1 221.24 per cental.
Hops-10 to 18o. '
Butter Oregon faunycreaniery,22
25o; fancy dairy, 17J2flo; falrtogrmcf,
!516o; common, 121o per pound; Cali
fornia, 8544o per roll.
Cheese Oregon, 12; Eastern
twins, 16o; Young American, 16o per
per pouud; California flats, 14c
fc.ggs Oregon, leo per dozen.
turkey", live, 12Jc; dressed, 15c, per n.
BAN FKANC1SOO MAHKKT,
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 12
15c; do luferlor, 0llo; do valley, H
Ptatoes--New Enrly Hose, 60e80:
60o00 K-r cental,
banks, I 00 1 00 per cental.
UnJoiis-7685o per cental for red.
and $1.0001 20 for sllversklns.
for good quality aud Silo toe cho oe;
w.- w (. uvv.i'Vf rri tVUlHI
Oata-MlinnB.Sl.-tSftdl 62: fancvfml
$l 451 W " n c10,t .W.Mi.45:
Poultry Ctilckeus.old,f5. 00; broilers1
large, 2 00S.Ou: ducks, old, $4.50
0.00; youne. fi6O4.00: treese. SS Oil
- Hard on tue Cat Either Way.
, Asmall boy had a do) that was'rongh,
asmost small boys' do''saro, and'a young
girLwho lived rbxt dorr hada kitten,
sdJSfi"ftJ!.cat! areT OnfT'daynho srnall
Doyrame nonchalantly Info tho girl's
presence, and after some desultory con
versation ho Kild:
"You know my dog Barca and yonr
"Well, my dog ha'l a piece of meat,
and ho thought yonr cat was going to
take it away from him."
"Thought!" exclaimed the wise girl.
"What makes you say the dog thought?
Yon know dogs don't think; they in
stinct." "Well," said the boy, "I don't know
whether ho thonght or whether he In
stincted it, but anyway he killed yonr
cat." Pearson's Weekly.
Not Kxactljr CompUmentary.
Little Gladys Granny, go down on
your hands and knees for a minute,
Fond Grandmother What am I to do
that for, lny pet?
Little Gladys 'Cause I wants to draw
an elephant. Judy.
Won by Waiting.
"Possibly yon remember me."
It was a bright sunshiny day, and the
large dry goods store in which our story
opens was crowded. A mild mannered
and pleasant faced lady in the prime of
womanhood had made her way through
the throng, and stood facing the sales-1
lady at the notion counter, a woman
grown old in the service of her employ
ers, and who now looked 6earchingly
into the face of the visitor as the words
quoted above were spoken.
"Madam," she said hesitatingly as a
faint gleam of recognition came into her
face, "I certainly have seen you before,
but for the moment I cannot place yon."
"Don't yon remember," said her ques
tioner gently, "one morning several
years ago a young girl came in here and
bought two dozen plnhooks, for which
she gave you GO cents?"
Then it was that the saleslady knew
her.' "Madam," she said as she reached
under the counter for a smaU envelope,
"I remember you very well now, al
though the years have altered you," and
she passed out the envelope. "Here!
madam, is your change." Harper's Ba
Had Him There.
A Harlem parent has a son who took
piano lessons at Professor Zweibeer's
house, but was supposed to do his prac
ticing on the piano at home. Tho parent
had a suspicion that tho youth did not
practico much. One day he said:
"Tommy, do you practice regularly on
the piano when I am down town?'
"How long did you practice yester
day?" "Two hours."
"I am glad to hear that you practice
'And next timo you practice bo sure
you unlock tho piano. Here is the key.
I locked the piano and put the key in my
pocket a week ago,' Texas Sittings.
The Only Thing Left.
"How was tho audionco at; your ren-v
aering of 'Hamlet last night?" was asked
of a barnstormer.
"Very, very poor."
"Why, what was the matter with it?"
"I don't know, but I suppose I shall
have to rewrite the play before the peo
ple up here' will like it." Tit-Bits.
Vtite 111 warrant there's a letter
.written by n woman in your pocket now.
Husband Impossible, my dear! You
Wife I know I wrote one and gave it
to you to mail three days ago. Truth.
"Paul, I wonder if our little Timothy
is hungry ogain? He's been crying soft
ly for quite awhile now."
'Yes, Maria,J guess he is having a
littlywldno for,his,.Btomacu'8 sake."
Exchange. , '.',.,
The Mrehanica! dstrictu .
Susan Clocks is mighty modest, Hi
ram. They keep their hands qyer their
faces all the time.
Hiram So they do, Susan, but they
don't hide their fik'Eers. Detroit Proa
. t Uneasy Passengta: (on an ocean steam'
ahip-Doe&n,tth veSael'Up frightfully?
uigumou. ptowara mo we&sei, mum,
is trying toaet a good bexample to the
rajisengeri Chicago Tribune.
' ' '. ; ...
Sure to Go.
Brovn Wflt Vtrarwifobe at church
tomorrowl' -''-- - - .
Jones I think she will She hasn't
yet decided what kind of a bonnet she
wants. Brooklyn Eife.
He Worked Up.
Willis Is ho an eye doctor? Why, I
thought he was a chiropodist.
Wallace He used to be. Ha bans at
I the foot and worked np, you , Tretk.
ia? iaBi siaw sar.V" ssr iaViaav iaiV
S Br 'BP-Bs Wm"m ' "M m H
rt, WF Mr t mm JL lF .H lia& W u n sV H H
, .for ipfflnf ,
I recommend It at Bbperior to a5cr priswrfptloa
cnoTmtome," H. A. Abckxs, X. D
111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, H. T.
The use of 'CaatoriaU eounlrcnal and
ita merits so well known that It caema a work
of supererogation toerjdorae It. Tew are the
intelligent ramulea who do not keep Caatoria
within eaayraaeB.''- ' .
Cistvoe Hirrr, D.D.,
New York Oty.
Late Pastor Bloomlncdale Baformed Church.
. , (THB rKEWf, , ,
fCfrapleed'andeady to Wait on customers. Horses, boarded by .day. or week
ai reasonaoie prices. r wo iteepia ralinilne or Trucks Dfays and Express to
meetrail demands. Also keep the finest Stallions in this county, for service.
Barn and residence 2 block south of postofnee. RYAN & CO.
If you would' be 'clean and have" your clothes done up in
the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to the
SALEM STBAM LAUNDRY
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
" " ' ' ....-. Liberty Street.
From now until further, notice we will sell our entire stock
Consisting of men and boy's clothing, hats, caps, underwear,
etc. Are all marked down.
We have no old 'slielf-worn stock1 and-m'ake this extraordinary
inducement to our patronB
We must reduce our stock of goods "and4 such bargains were
never before offered. Come in ar,d examine our large and
selected stock. "We will please you in quality of goods and
price. , , .
SFOW COMMENCES TODAY. ADMISSION FEEE.
JV'O. 257 COMMERCIAL STREET,
Wood taken in exchange for clothing.
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
The leading Normal School of the Northwest. Btrong Professional nd
Acadrmlo Courses, and wall organised Mode Bebopl fptj PlJcal Tralulutjof
Normal, Advanced Normal, Businet, Hulc, and Art DsfrtmenU, Beautiful and heallhW
location-Light Expwite No S!aii.
TheNormal has enjoyed a steady growth during the past year, reaching B
enrollment of over 400, the largest In Its history. New werabw have la
addfd to the faculty, new apparatus supplledrnd the course of study revlsw
- Bvicujjiueutru, .ne grauuaieaare a OeKwiid o ajll gooq poaiiions.
THEDItPLOMA ENTITLE8 THE HOLDER
jo teach-in any couty In the State without further examinations.
TXKMg AXD XZPXsfMXM.
Tuition, Normal, 10.25 per term of una weeks: BubNoraial IS 00 per "rojf
ten weeks; Buinea f6 25 per term. Board at Normal dining hull 91 7fi PJ
week. Bxims from fido ncr wh1i fiinfsirntAriMlV iniim.Bil xMH furnlint
Bwrd'and l'Klglng In private famllkss
n,Kiug biiu iKMiaa iw luag iou pcytr, unuaeryatory of nuaic. i""""
coureea are offered in Vocal and Inatrumentai MbIc Tuition, 10 per term M
. - OAHOir; .
Monmouth la jly accwaible frow all parla of the Btle, Iwelve bIIm fro
the Htate Capital, a"Uty miles aoutk'oTJPortlahd. Catalogue cheerfully 108
Addreaa P. L. CAMPBELIs. Prea., or
T-17datwlB , gRKDD, So'y of Faculty.
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CMjlaAm. aMfl rVjk. fli.il. ill.
u Jl ... 1 U
Roup ftornack, DlafrtigDaIruetattoB,
KOla TVonaj, gtrot ifcjl, and prosnetaa A
your Castoria. and (hall al waji continue to
do ao asttbas toTariablyprodaoed basefloUl
Kdw r. Paaan, 3L D
-Tbo Wlatarop," 126th street and Tth Aye,
Hew York City.
holiTjLXti TT Vtraair Bnisrr, Kpw Tcac
k J .
WIvRTfT? CUT 17
U 60 to $.00 per week. Tuition, U"Wi