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PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT BUNDAY,
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THE PEH8I0N QUESTION.
Jtemarta Prepared' for the Veteran's
The Albany Democrat, Aug. 25th, un
der the beading" of "Creating Preju
dice" has the the following criticism:
"Colonel E. Hofer, commander of
Oregon division, Bona of Veterans,"
made a speech before a meeting of that
body the other day in which he took
occasion to say boiue things very much
at variance with known facts. For in
stance: "The administration seemst
be afraid too much nney will get inlo
circulation among the pople.
"Now an a matter of fact it is not the
bosineas of un administration to put
much or little money luto circulation.
This question of grantiug pensions dow
not binge on that of putting mone;
Into circulation. It Is true that manj
men have urged the grunting oflargt
and liberal pensions on thegroundt
tbat it would put much money lntocir
dilation, but these are fanatics and
cranks on the subject of pensions. The
question with the administration is to
determine whether a pensioner is en
titled under the law or not. Under
the rule accepted by Ruutn, which was
palpably in conflict with the pension
act of 1800, many pensions nave been
granted that were not authorized. It
is the sworn duty of the president to
see the pension law duly executed.
This Is to be done by suspending pen
sions granted under P.aum'a rule 164
and notifying those to whom they were
granted to make proof that would en
title tham to the pensions granted
There is to be no attack upon any bon
est pensioner. Every one justly enti
tled to a pension will be protected in
bis right. That many fraudulent pen
sions bave been granted admits of no
doubt To seggregate these fraudulent
pensions from those that are not, is the
work in baud of that true and tried
veteran, Judge Lochren, the pension
commissioner. To separate wheat
from cbaft one must needs manipulate
tho wheat as well as the chalt, but this
handling of the wheat to separate it
from tho chad Is no attack upon tho
genuineness of the -vheat. Bo the tem
porary suspension of payment of an
honest pension to determine which are
and which are not fraudulent among
those granted under the JRaum rule is
no attack upon those legally granted.
It may work some Inconvenience on
legal pensioners to bavo payment of
tbelr pensions suspended, but the blame
for this lies at the door of Itaum and
not that of Judge Lochren. Mr. Hofer
says: "Not a man who has been sus
pended but would be on the rolls still
at tho samo or a higher rating If tlio
government would abide by the laws
congress baa passed, aud which it has
do right to set aside." This Is meie
twaddle. The administration is simply
attempting to right the wrongs Insti
gated by the last administration. And
whatever of violation of laws there baa
beeu Is attributable to tho last aud not
to the present administration. Let it
bo understood ouoe for all that this ad
ministration opposes fraudulent pen
sions." Bo muoh from the Domocrat.
referred to wax somo remarks prepared
for the 0th annual reunion of veterans
at Pleasant Home, Multnomah couuty
and as the editor of this paper was the
author of tho same be begs leavo to
submit bis remarks on the pension
question In full without comment as
reproduced In tho Oregunlan:
After paying a high tribute to the
urand Army of tho Republic Wo
man's Relief Corps and bous of Veter
ans, as Instrumouts for tbo preserva
tion of patrlotlo sentlmont In the coun
try, be turned bis attention to the pen
sion question. Ou this subject bo
spoke as follews:
"The pensioners of the Republlo aro
at present tho subjects of much un
friendly crltlolsui. The administration
seems to be afraid too much mouey
will get luto circulation among the peo
ple, and thousands of veterans And
thlr quarterly allowance cut oft with
llttlejusttoe aud less oeremouy. Beforo
Inquiring Into the Justice of that pro
eeedlng, lot us glanoe at some of the
etber evils that aflllot the body politic.
and about which not so muoh Is said.
Tbe most casual observer must bavo
bad fate attention called to billion-dollar
congresses, both iienubllcau aud
Deaiooratlo, where overy member baa a
dear, and somo several of them, and
their relations to them not muoh more
reepectabfe than those of the patriarchs
4 scripture toward their eououblnes.
Jf e bear of the last legislature In this
n,...l..ll... .......Il.l.. ,.. ,J.I . l..r..V i ".-" llflUIllWU, 1UI
mymvw Mfiuuiaiuf( VWf yilliutr III MIKUll wuiwui nuur unuupicio.
HM all that tho taxpayer ou posulbly Stenography and 'f ypewritlsg Taught;
HyMUt mi wovsim. WaIiphi-
tfbJr creating oon of uewoffloea
and employing all the young men and
women they seemed to be acquainted
with for clerks a pension roll" that,
while it lasted, considering the popula
tion of the state, was five times as great
as that of the federal government, at d
not one of them ever smelted powder
e'zeept on some fair lady's face. Look
at the morality of our money centers,
where the principal capital of oar sus
pended banks was the taxes taken from
the people and not accounted for to the
proper authority. Look at our nation
al government appropriating a hundred
million annually, when we are at peace
with all the world and no possibility of
war, to maintain a costly navy" to terri
fy landsmen on inland rivers and keep
up a standing ariny of over 15,000, men
reported lit for duty at last Inspection.
Lastly consider a bill introduced by one
of our senators to appropriate ? 133,000,-
000 for seacoast defenBes'when we have
not a river that is open from fie great
Inland region of Oregon to the eea. In
the light of eotne-jif these evils crying
for reform and the enormous expense
proposed for things that baye not a
shadow of merit, but against which the
metropolitan press bas nothing to say,
the pension bills have a badge of re
spectability aud are a draft upon the
conscience and intergrity of our coun
try which will never be dishonored.
But the pension policy of onr country
is being reformed. The pension lists of
the Union armies are being subjected
to the closest scrutiny. A rigid policy
of excision without ceremony has
been adopted. It is so unceremonious
tisat it is almost if not quite unlawfu.
This great government at Washington
returns to some poor man, out of health
aud going dwn the shady side of life,
bis quarterly draft dishonored, cuts
nlm oft without a bearing, says to bim
you are a cheat, a fraud, but magna
nimously oilers bim an opportunity to
prove that be is not what it officially
assumes him to be, with the liberal as
surance that if he can succeed in so do
ing it will reinstate bim at a reduced
rating. Is this justice, in view of the
fact that under the act of June, 1890, a
pensioner may at any time be ordered
re-examined by a board of medical ex
aminers of the president's own select"
Ion? The whole proceedings of suspen
sion by summary process, and not
according to law, is tyrannical, un
American, and unmanly. It would be
declared unconstitutional by any court
of equity In the world. Not a mau
who bas been suspended but would be
on the rolls still at the same or a higher
rating If the government would abide
by the laws congress bas passod, and
which it has no right to set aside. If
any frauds have been committed it Is
not the pensioner who is to blame but
the examining board or the congress
that passed a defective law. Above all
tho Grand Army is not on the defen
sive. It does not bave to apologize for
its existence or offer excuses for its
record. It is not at bay. It never was
cornered, It was In many fierce battles
but was always able to bew its way
out of the thickest of the fight. Rely
ing upon the innate sense of justice of
the American people, and living in the
hope of reason being aijain enthroned
on the government of our country, the
Grand Army caaaflord to wait uutll
tho storm of detraction passes over its
head. Assisted by Its associated orders
It will goon with Its holy mission of
instilling Into the minds of the present
and coming generation those sacrod
sentiments of patriotism under the In
spiration of which it went forth to
achieve Immortal fame as a citizen sol
Ib tho Oriental salutation,
knowing that good health
cannot exist without a
healthy Liver. "When tho
Liver is torpid tho Bow
els aro sluggish and con
stipatod, tho food Ilea
in tho stomach undi-
gested, poisoning tho
lood; frequent hoadacho
ensues; n fooling of lassi
tudo, despondency and
nervousness indicato how
tho wholo system ia de
ranged. Simmons Liver
Regulator haa bcon tho
means of restoring moro
peoplo to health and
happiness by giving them
a healthy Liver than any
agency known on earth.
It nets with extraor
dinary power and oflicacy.
NCVCR BCCN DISAPPOINTED,
AVWn'rL',mHx' rniy for dyiptpsis.
tpixjluted la ths effect rrodaceJ; It seems to
s?u&'..r ror " UUeMt or '
W. J. UcKir, Macao. U
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St Paul, Harloa Oouaty. Orecon.
Oouduc'ed by the lUrs of tho Holy Names of
tan b dfalrtd for healthnil nm.irr ...VT.i.V
tit. Paul can b easily rched bv ixuunn ii?2
Willamette. The building Is new aud suppled
Willi All til .lf,a. hn... ..... -... 7... -
TdE PEOPLE PAY IT ALL.
First the people pay the taxes. Then
thej taxes are dishonestly loaned out
and retained by tbebanks to do busi
The politicians who run the par
ties and Impose the taxe take the
money out of the baoks to corrupt con
gress and corrupt tbe government to
get the offices with,
i. It is stated that J. L. Cowan used
several thousand dollars of tbe deposits
in tbe Linn couuty National bank to
go to Washington and lobby for offices
for appointments under Cleveland. He
was mainly Instrumental by bis expen
sive lobbying in getting Black appoint
ed collector of tbe Internal revenues.
In return it ia stated Black had to fill
up his minor positions with Cowan's
strikers and creditor. Great is govern
ment. The people pay it all.
Large families, it has often been re
marked, are uncommon in France. Pos
sibly the fact that there seems a very
great prejudice against them may help
in some degree to explain tho fact. A
father of a family of four children and a
highly respectable man, M. Lacroix,
finds it absolutely impossible to obtain
apartments near his place of business
at St, Mande, near Paris. At several
places he was received by concierges
with civilty until ho ventured to say he
had a rather large family, when the door
was promptly shut npon bim. Going a
little farther out of town to Vincennes,
he managed, as he thought, to securo a
place and actually paid the "denier a
Dieu," or blackmail levied by concierges
on new tenants.
On presenting himself, however, with
his four children he was politely but
firmly told that the bargain must be de
clared off. Fortunately M. Lacroix is a
man of resource. The forest of Vin
cennes is close at hand, and there he has
erected a huge bnt, divided into sepa
rate apartments by means of curtains.
For the present he declares his new
abode is a delightful one, for the weather
in Paris ia particularly fine. Meanwhile
he is taking legal proceedings against
the owner of the house in which ho took
the lodgings. London News.
The Melancholy Season.
The season has now come when the
humorous writer proceeds to describe
with much glee the struggles of the sum
mer resort maiden to ensnare'the occa
sional man. The pleasantry, like the
stovepipe joke, is perennial, having re
curred for some years as regularly as
tho summer. And unfortunately it has
a certain amount of truth in it In the
struggle for life of a large watering
place, where the girls are many and the
competition fast atad furious, scarcity
imparts to the entire masculine mx a
fictitious value, and the most inferior
specimens assume an exaggerated im
portance, just as small, poor fruit may
command a fancy price during a year
when the peach crop haa failed.
Tho natural desire for attention, the
potent fear of appearing ueglected in the
eyes of the other women, the deteriorat
ing effect of wishing to get ahead of the
rest, make many a nice girl angle for
and contented with the notice of men to
whom in New York, under happier con
ditions, she would hardly care .to bow.
It is a rather saddening state of affairs,
though the funny man does not think so,
and ono to make tho judicious grieve.
Oregon State Fair.
Under tbe management of the Btate
Board of Agriculture, on the Btate
Fair Grounds near Balem, commenc
ing September 11th, 1803, and con
tinuing one week.
MORE THAN $15,000 IN CASH
Will be paid as premiums for BtocV, Poultry.
wtne, Agricultural Product, Fruit, fJittlvt
Wooda, Mineral, Works uf Art and Fancy
Vork, una for trials or peed.
Reduced Sates of Fares and Freights
on All Transportation Unas.
PA VIlJ N open four evenings durlne the
week, with toon mutlo In attendance.
TUKShw ouaND mtand and the new
Regulation Track are conceded to be amone
(he moat oomiortab eand the liminn iku.
HPLENDID CONTEST OK BPEED each
day. 'Thtrels entered fortbeae conteata tbe
uiv ubiu ui uunci lou year tuai naa teen on
tax eronndi for insuy seasons,
Valuable and bandtorae. Im preven: nU
nave been madeontbegroundaondbulldln-a.
Haa been revised and improved to tbe credit
of tbe exhibitors.
Entries for Premiums close atSp-m. tbe
Urt day of 1 be Fair, and Exhibits must be In
plaoe by 10 p.m. of said day.
PRICES t)W AIlUK!iiV
Men's Beaton a Jct. ....
Women's Heavon Ticket
bicu a inr xtcs '.,.,.,
Women's Day Tickt.L
Kace Track Tickets. UatiT .
Bend to the (Secretary at Portland for a Prem
J. T. OUEQa. Becrctir ' 'iSTiASSX
DOWN 00 THE BATES!
The Union Poclflo now leads with re
duced rates to eastern points, and their
through car arrangements, magnlflb
enuy equipped 1'ullman and Tourist
bleepere, freo rocllujug chair car and
fast time, make It the t. tim tn ....
el. Two trains leave from Portland
uauy ai ana a. in. aud 7:30 p, m. The
rates are nqw within reach of all, and
everybody should tak advantage of
them to visit the world's fair aud their
meads In the east Beud for ratea aud
chedulea of (rains, and do not purchase
Ucks until after confultlng Boise &
uamer, agents, rjaiem, ur.
,. ., W H" HURLBURT,
Asa't Qen'lIUas. Asent, U. P..
P. J. MBSEN & CO,,
Manufacturer ofAVagons, Car.
snop S StaU ut
BeHifari Electrical Forces!
How They Control the Organs
of the Body. ;
Tho electrical force of the human body,
tho nerre fluid may be termed, 1 an espe
cially attracUre department of science, as It
exerts so marked an Influence on the health
A the organs of the body, herre force la
produced by tbe brain and conveyed by
means of the nerves to the various organs of
the body, thus supplying the latter with the
viuuiy necessary 10 in
jure their health. The
pneumngastrlc nerre, as
ihown here, may be said
.o be tho most Important
of the entire nerre sys
tem, as It supplies the
heart lungs, stomach,
bowels, etc with tho
nerre force necessary to
keep them active and
healthy. As will be seen
by the cut the Ion; nerre
descending from the
base of the brain and
terminating In tha bow
els Is the nneumoffaatrlc
while- the numerous lit
tle Dr&ncbes supply tbe
heart, luncs and stom
ach Kith necessary vi
tality. When the brain
becomes In any way dis
ordered by Irritability
or exhaustion, the nerve
forea which it supplies
U lessened, and the or
gans recelrlnz the di
minished supply are con
the lmnortanca of this
fact, but treat tbe
organ itself Instead of the cause of the trouble
The noted specialist, Franklin Miles, M, D.,
LL. B.. has Etren the greater part of bis life
to the study of this subject, and the principal
discoveries concerning ft are due to his e (Torts.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, the unri
valed brain and nerre food, is prepared on tbe
principle that all nervous and many other
difficulties originate from disorders ot tbe
nerre centers. Its wonderful success In curing
these disorders is testified to by thousands in
erorypartot the land.
Restorative Nervine cures sleeplessness,
nerrous prostration, dizziness, hysteria, sex
ual debility. St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc It
Is freo from opiates or dangerous drugs. It
U sold on a positive guarantee by all drug
gists, or sent direct by the Dr. Mllea Medical
Co.. Elkhart. Ind.. on receipt of price,- H per
bottle, six bottles for & express prepaid.
eold by D, J. Fry, druggist, Balem
Doctor prescribed :
Prices Ourrent by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, August 29, 4 p. m. Office'
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
BALES! PKOUUCE MARKET. '
Peas and beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon.
Blackberries wild 60cts. a gallon;
tame 5 cts. a box.
Peaches 70 to 80 cts. a basket
Veals dressed 4 cts.
Hogs dressed 6 to 6 J.
Live cattle 2 to 2.
Bbeep alive $1.60 to $2.00.
Spring Iambs $1.50 to $2.00.
Balem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesalo lots $3.20. Retail $3.60.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts $lb
and $20. Chop feed $19 and $20.
Old wheat on storage 48 cents. New
wheat 50 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c., new 30c
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12: old $10 to
$14. Wild in bulk, $G to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Balem, No. 1,
05 to $1.00 per owt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
Apples 75o to $1.00 a bushel.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15 to 17c. .
-eg8 uash, 18 cents.
Butter Beat dairy, 25; . fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
nauis, js; suouiaers, iu.
Potatoes new. 60c to 60c.
Onions 1 to 2 cents. '
Beeswax 31c Caraway seed, 18c
Anise seed, 26c. Ginseng, $1.40.
IIIDES AND PELTS.
Green. 2 els: drv. 4 cts: sheen raits.
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs.
Chickens 7 to 10 cts: broilers 10Iol2Jr
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow aale, choice,
10 cts; geese slow.
Grain, Feed, etc.
Flour Standard, $3.40: Walla Walla.
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.60
Oats Old white, 40c per bu.; grey, 30c;
rolled, In bags, $6.250.50; barrels,
fu.ouia)u.,o, uaues, ro.YO.
Hay Best, $1617 per ton; common,
Wool valley. 10 to 12c
MllIstuiTs Bran, $17.00; shorts, $21;
ground barley, $2624; chop feed, $18
per tou; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
cental; middling, $2328 perton; brew-
per cental: chicken
16c, new 15 to 17.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery ,221
25o; fanoy dairy, 2022jo; fair to good.
'Bi"V u'uiiuuu, j iu iuu iter iu: vau
forula, 3541c per roll.
Cheese Oregon. 12; Eastern
twins, 16c; Young AmerlcHn, 14o per
per pound; California flats, 14c
Jggs uregon, 16 to I7o per dozen
turkeyi, live, 121c; dressed, 16c, per &.
SAN KKANOISOO MARKET.
Woel: OrwFon 'Rsatem nhnliv, lV3
ii..j. i.., .i " . . . .:"" -rvv
rotatoe &,rly Rose, 3050. Bur.
uaiiKs, . 4U(5)76o per cental.
Onions TfiffiftSn nnr rnntal fnr nut
and i.60C0o for allverehlna,
i?22SrSi ?2S?- ETJR5W
brewing, $ OJperoeutal. '
injr uaney, WMuao
wheat, (1 211.24
Hops-Old, 10 to
Poultry Chlckeua,old,5,00; brnllera,
arse, 2003.0o; ducks, old, ft.60
-00; youoir. $2604.00: eett. SfiriT
New Smells In Chicago.
When all other senses fail him, the vis
itor -to Midway plaisance may depend
npon his sense of smell to inform him
what village or building he may be in.
There are dozens of smells on the plai
sance not the ordinary odors we all
meet daily, bnt characteristic smells,
vaguely potent in awakening associa
tions and exciting memories. The Chi
nese theater is redolent of the Flowery
Kingdom and revels in a varied collection
of odors from those of teas and spices to
those of the queer little handmade arti
cles which lie displayed on the counters.
Taken altogether. It is a clean smell, pun
gently fragrant Farther down in the
Turkish quarters there is an odor pun
gent in another way, but equally sug
gestive of the musky orient. The rngs
and tapestries exhale an odor as of san
dalwood long locked from the air and
going to decay.
Dahomey smells of Dahomey. There
is nothing in the little bark fenced quar
ters worth smelling so long as ono is ex
clusive and reserved in his associations.
The Japanese fragrances are sweet and a
delight to tho olfactories. Cairo bathes
in a number of smells, led in importance
by hot, acrid odors of Egyptian cigarettes
and the close, dry perfume of exhibits
packed in redolent woods. Taken alto
gether, Cairo's odors are the moat sug
gestive of the torrid east. Chicago Rec
ord. How to Woo Sleep on Hot Nights.
Those annoyed and wearied by insom
nia these hot summer nights can relieve
their sufferings by following a few sim
ple instructions. First of all, go to bed
clean. No dirty face, hands or feet Wet
the top of the head with cold water; wet
the wrists, and bathe the feet in warm
or tepid water, in which some salt has
been mixed. Dampen a handkerchief or
small piece of linen, fold lengthwise and
place over the eye? when reposing.
Don't think of business or household
cares. Leave thoughts of notes, mort
gages, soups, puddings, etc., on the out
side of the mosqdito net, and sleep will
come without any wooing. Try it and
be convinced. Exchange.
New Postal Cards In France.
France is soon to adopt an interesting
innovation in the postal card system.
The cards will be issued in the form of I
checkbooks, with stubs. The sender of
the postal card can make memoranda of
its contents on the stub and can have
this stamped at the postoffice before the
card is detached, so that a verified rec
ord of the correspondence can be kept
" I am Truly Thankful
For Ilood's Sarsaparllla. In the war I con
racted tvpfaaid fever and fever and ague,
leaving me wlUi malarial and tuercn.
rial poisoning from which I have suffered
ever since. In neuralgia, rheumatism, ner
veui proitntiioa and general debility.
81ne8 I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I
have not lost a day's work In 3 months, and
am In better health than any time since the
war." J. H. Sttluiax, Cheltenham, Pa.
Hood's Pills cure Liver nis. ssc
Proprietor of the
GERMAN :-: MARKET
South Commercial St, Balem.
All kinds Fresh, o&H and Smoked Meats
lory of Music.
Willamette University, Balem, Or ,
School of muslo for piano, organ, violin,
8lnglng,.orcbeatral instruments, narrno
ny.counterpolnt, fugue, orchestration
anu nigner musical composition. .No
better grade of work done west of the
iiooay mountains, trices low. Seven
teachers. Next term tMrlnaRnt j,h
Send for anuual year book or address',
a. .ai. rarvin, ilus. Doctor, musical
director. sq 2rud&w
OJdatf, Highest and Most Extended
Institution of Learn lug In the Pacific
iv una west.
Sixteen courses of Instruction, from
Grammar, through Academic and Col
lege, to Theology, Law and Medicine,
Snlendld- RatlKH fnr Training I.
Teaching, BuslneSS, Art. Elocution
and Muslo. Several Pet. Qrailuate
It's Wotnaa'a College atTurdsan Ideal
home for young ladles wHh nbsurpassed
faollitle for their care and training.
Tbe school year opens Sept, 4, 1893.
ForYear Brtok mi aii inf.n,i.i.
relatlne to Bchool management' and
course of etudy, address,
President OEO. WHlTAKEi, DjD,
For Jloanclal jnformatjoa, addreas,
KV. J. H. SOOSK. Aent.
8 WAw Bale. Orso
I m ,
Mr. JT. JT. Stlllman
Willamette UniTersity "TRYiiiE
sbl-- ,-..-. . . .nil
kn owntobus." H. A. Aa not, X. K,
111 So. Oxford It, Erroldyn, it. T.
"Thensso 'CartcrU I so universal and
its merits so well known that It seems a wert:
of snpercrocatlon to endorse It. Fcwfcreth
intelligent families who do not keep Castori
within easy reneh."
Cios Jtimr, D.D-
New York Cay.
Lat e Paster Hocraiag BeCc fmd Church.
lompleted and ready to wait on customers. Horses' boarded by day or 4
at reasonable prices. We kefep- a full
i. "cuiauuB. aibo aeep tne nnesi otaiiions in mis county, ror pervlce.
Barn and residence 2 block South of postofllce. , RYAN & CO.
If nTv ItvAtvM V j- nlnrtn .
j-t. yuu. nuuiu uu uicHii
t-i ii l j j !., ,
uiic ueuiesi, aim uressiesi. munnsr, taxe inein to tue
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
where all work is done ly white labor and in the most prompt
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