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PUBLXrfHKIJ DAJIT, EXCEPT SO DAT.
Capital Journal Pebfohing Cotupafljr
HQH BS0THE35. -
WetiiT.t pacta, sryr-
Agr-U auor.sfrbs Mils before tbe
xjaty coaxial ibss term are for case?
ia fcuUgs court sod inquiries before
grand jarie, feof wUoeeesaad pras
ecalioastbat nerer reiltd lo convic
tions. Slaajrof these raidjoa the pab
lie tn marj were merely t t&e ioitlga
UojuT personal ptse-or.s. I a each
ca.69 there sboald be bbh way to
place tbe expH tipa these who In
daze their tpSees- and. aoitrwsitts
bet re these trtbaual.
It U are5l knosra trutibe editoraof
the IadsjndiDt and Democrat wen
before the grui jory on Tanoas quixo
tic effort to parity pabltc nurb aoa
tbe mrfU of rubers, pilaeJpalfy their
competitors la tbe rewuaper bmiotte.
Of coarse oo attention wu paid to tbtJi
Undaat perwaal aba: ofmowb
unfortunately fur themselves bare o
ty tbey are engajei la lb um ba-i-n.
Their pimcipaJ etucSt ia trades
ehareinz other wi h tanjory. black
mail, plundering ibe triry and rob
Mng tbe people. Ooe of tbe craofcr
got bo mad besae toe grand jury w-
pjreatJy IndinNrrent to bis wcbrges'
t ui be demanded that tbe public prose
cutor either flud a trae bill against tbe
diet tbe eomolainaot for Deriary. The
prosecuting attorney informed hla
quietly that times were too hard to give
him all tbat free advertising for nolb
log and cud with disappointment ana
raze because be coo id aot have some
one branded at expense of tbe coaaty
he left the court houe in dbguat.
Toe proper thing for the county
court to do would be to follow tbe ex
ample of tbe grand jury and dUcourage
sucba rataer&bte spirit of pereecuiioo
when tbe parties have no cases by in-
viting tbe prosecuting witness to pay
tbe bills be incurs. He not only should
get no fees as a wltneaa himself but be
should pay all expense Incurred in
docketing bis "case" and taking tbe
time of tbe grand jury and court offi
cials. Tbat would stop these reformers
for revenge and at public expense.
THE TAXPAYERS OUTLOOK ISTO TOE
The ditcuulons in The Joub.val
about tbe possibility of relief from tbe
burdens of taxation have attracted a
great share of attention, Interrupted
only for a few days by tbe election
news. Many farmers and taxpayers
baye been in to say a word of approval
or offer a suggestion as to wbat course
to pursue. Republicans, Democrats
and Populists have expressed them
selves as pleased wltb tbe broad range
of tbe discussion. All admit tbat tbere
Is no apparent remedy in sight in tbe
usual course of political action. Tbe
Populists of Kansas If they ever were
a reform party are now retired from tbe
field. Tbe Republican victory In tbe
E-wt may Improve time there some,
bat it will hardly be felt by the taxpay
er of Oregon. It may Improve busi
ness or tbe prospects of tbe wage work
er. It may make a Republican victory
easier lu Oregon, but It doe not touch
tbe question of rod u dug tbe euorm m
profits of oftlce holding lu county uud
stato as compared with other incomes.
The easier the victory lu Oregon next
year the lens attention will be paid to
reduction of expenditures, tbe keener
tbe struggle to get tbe utile, tbe more
money will be expended to secure nom
Inntlons and tbe more will bare to be
wrung back from tbe taxpayers to re
coup tbe successful office seeker. Land
vnluea under our present system art
tho great burdenbt-arera of taxation and
bear tbe double burdeu of high salaries
and political corruption.
Tae people of this state should fully
real ze that without some extraordinary
action on tbelr part they canuot escape
an era of high taxes, under peculiarly
Tbe state officials elected next June
will take tbelr seats the January fol
lowing and bold uutll January, 18i0.
It will be March 4th, 1897, before tbe
Cleveland administration will be at an
eud. It tbere be no financial disturb
ance, or distress of tbe agriculturist,
growing out of failure of crops, tbere
k eertalu to be more or lens agitation of
the Urlfl and resultant disturbance of
ifevduitrles. Tbe factories have now
M'ar enough to last four years and
all ether Industries are likewise over
fawked. Uno.-rtainty In the tariff
esiasltjtoa la worse thnu free trade per
wtBeatly introduced and established.
With disturbed industries lu all oiauu
f wturlHj centers tbere Is curtain to be
prevailing low prices and ludmtrlal d
jwaeeioa for several years to come. No
) expeota prosperity or high prices as
AJMlteltdlVjr repeal, or tur.fi aglta
Uoti. Nooue can point out but that
Urhtaxai insula aud county are lu
Vltable. Thereto ware to be a scarcity
ef money and a high rate of taxatien.
Toe Income of tbe beivy taxpayer Is
tpAagtohe reduced. Tbe outgo of direct
taxUioa will b: enlarged. The smxll
taxpayer will feel this dodoty onerous
eonditiorj still more. A dollar to him
nxeaBf as inocfa as fire to tbe nun pos
sessed ef a great deal of property.
Tbe latter can sell land to meet tbe
demol of the taxjrtner, and anient
there 1 a miterisl redaction in tbe ex
peastsef government more property
will be edd to piy taxes In tbe next
few years than eTe befere-
Tbe form-ers taxe are entirely too
high and an tea somHbing is done far
mers can not raise their tax money for
next year, tosay nothing of stQl higher
taxes in lb; next four years to come
Uule there fa ame way by which the
condition of tbe taxpayer can be im
pressed Upon the taxeater to coaie the
Utter to subsist oo It the taxpayer
might a well take no part in politics.
If the taxeiter oatnum'Hrs the tax
payer tbe psorpfeougbt to snow it, and
tet the Utter understand that before be
beenrxres a stare of tbe former. If t ben
be no jut government without tbe con
sent of tbe governed, it Is time those
who pay trie fiddr began to withhold
beir consent before it entirely slipt
away and tbey hare neither consent to
ire or money to pay.
Tbe stale of tbe tx payer is worse In
Oregon than in almost any state In tbf
U iim so Ur a s;a e Ux goes. Tbe
n-xt state tax U sven mills, wbile in
many states it is only two to four, and
yetiamiay states nothing wb-uever.
Tbe condition of tbe taxpayer here h
tl-oagrarated by tbe fact that there
t4 so much wild, unimproved, unprofit
ib'eand uaaass-able land so that the
inrdtm falls especially heavy on tbat
wblcb is employed for agriculture
(Jules tbe Ux payer cm organize and
orimg political action to bear at tbe
oext election to bring greater economy
into state and county government bis
jutlook is not a fluttering one. Tbe
uoligbt of prosperity will only sbine
on bim and bis children at odd mom
euls in tbe next fiir or six years.
Farmers who bad to borrow money
at tbe banks last spring to pay Ueir
taxes were forced to sell tbelr wheat at
40 to 50 eta. a btubel to pay tbat money
back. Where will they get mjney to
pay tbeir taxes with next spring? It
1 oka as thoab it would 'ake a good
slice right out of some farms to pay the
expense of county and state govern
ments. So far as tbat process goes it I
a transfer of tbe soil, of the bomes of
oar country, to tbe governing class
es. It is confiscation, mis-named gov
ernment. Tbere is not a good reason
wby the expense of government shoald
not bear tome just proportion to tbe
earnings of tbe governed. Tbere Vs
not a good reason wby tbe salaries of
public ofllJaN should not bear some
pi-oper ratio to tbe Inomes of tbe rest
of tbecomunni y.
TWO MISTAKES COKKECTED.
Fossil Jeurnal: Last week tbe Jour
nal contained a paragraph regarding
tbe beautiful things to be seen in Ore
gon forest in autumn, copied from tbe
Halem Journal, to which we inadver
tency neglected to give tbe proper
credit. Tbe paragraph was a perfect
gem, one of many which appears at in
tervals in our Salem contemporary, In
spired by tbe editor's love for and ap
preciation of tbe beauties of Nature.
Upon seeing tbe paragraph in question,
the Times-Mountaineer editor in turn
ntt'bed it with bis achsors, and intro
duce the article as follews: "Tbe edi
tor of an Interior exchange, who lives
3) miles from forest trees, breaks into
In the said Introduction tbe Moun
taineer man perpetrates a base slander
on the beauty and wealth of our sur
roundings, and at the same time betrays
bis Ignorance of this section of country,
which Is it pinion of Waso, bis borne
county, for many years during which
time be edited tne principal paper of
tbe county, aud tbe one tbat most
largely circulated here until th-Jou -
nal made its debut upwards of seven
ye.ra ago. Half an b ur's wa k 'ake
the citizen of Fossil to "forest trees''
such as the world cannot beat, and he
cm ride in a straight line for many
hours before he again finds himself lu
the open. In tbe woods surrounding
Fosii are all the beauties enumerated
by Bro. Ilofer, ami it was because bu
fnltbful description of tbe woods with
wiiu-n ne is rumlllar so exactly fitted
those that aurrouuded Fobs 1 1 that we
save tbe article a place In our column.
We are proud of the k rand old wood
tbut make such a beautiful background
to our cozy little town. Tbey are rest
ful to the eyes of all who possess a soul
to appreciate tbat which Is beautiful;
also, from a practical standpoint, they
are a boon and a blessing to the citizens
of our town and community, since tbelr
proximity enables us to buy fuel at
two dollars a cord and lumber at
twelve dollars a thousand.
A Dead Shot
right at tbe sect of difficulty, Is ac-
iauiuiisuei oy Miesurearu stead v aim
f Dr rage's Catarrh Remedy. D u'l
fool arouml with a popgun, urr a
U'lint kok," when this reliable "Win
chtoler"! within reach! Dr. Hsg.'
treatment of tuinrrali U far superior to
the ordinary, aud uheo dlrecilous are
reuoiiMbly well fullnwel, results in a
permanent cure. Dou't longer be in
illflereuttothe verlrletl claims of this
unfailing remedy. foOOIs olfere-i, In
koou raitn. mr nn Incurable case, of
uaiumii in Ihe Ueail, by ibi prnprletoru
the Worlil'd Dl-penfary Medical Aa
wwlntlou, Uuflalo, N. x At aildrug
Tat prsfeate coert today decided a csri
ccplr refBiasic wiH ease. Tsirty years
; um "Mi-t FL YTaJift- tm eacarfi to
i ago J12ZT t. vt xnace was tag3?
j mi:y aa old ecbeobaite. Tbey quar
reled" and parted. The grrL ai tw feer
forer marriage to soother wonsas, ia
I tie cosrjie of tue beeaae the keeper of
' asotonoas boose ia Liaeote trader the
sazse of L.ydia Stewart. Foaryears ait-
er tes aunai ser oa lerers wneaiea
hi grrja; birbs to adasghter. asd the
lorer dyhsg two years later the child was
placed in a her3 f er waifs in Chicago.
Tbi facts came to the ears of Miss
VTaBace. Sfee west to Chicago, and
formally adopiia? the chOd placed her
is the haads of frksds, the girl beinf.
afterward- edscated ia a coareat, al.
knowledge ef her foster aothers rcca
rionorher own parentage beiag cart
rally kept frota her until she accident
iHr karsed of it when she married J
. Klotz cf Osaba two years ago. In
Augost last Miss.WaHace died after a
long nicest dnriag the latttr part A
which she xoade a will giriagMrs. Klott
LffA. the balance of her $3XCX0 estate
bdng grrea to the testators sister, Mrs.
Eailey of Chicago. Mrs. Klotz began a
contest, and today the comrt decided in
her favor on the ground that the sister
had used undue infinence when the testates-
was mentally decrepit, and that
the contract of adoption stopped her
from disinheriting her adopted daughter
Lincoln (Xeb.) Dispatch.
REO Ai.D BLACK.
Kria 3Tnrrtl to Crt the Uit TTord, fact
' Africa Wan the Lancfa.
Rather an anjoiin? scene occurred
in a Third avenue "IT train recently.
The cars were comfortably filled,
witby vacant teat opposite mine.
TfiiBs'beMle a very large and
stout Irish woman, who had hpr nose
in the air as if seeking to ecent a
disturbance. She was rather too op
ulent of flesh to be satisfied with one
seat, so much of her hung over into
At Twenty-eighth street several
passengers entered, and among them
the blackest colored woman that I
ever saw outside of a minstrel halL
" She was of rather a good size her
self, and as she plumped down in the
before mentioned vacancy she must
have severely rubbed the avoirdu
pois of her Milesian neighbor.
The latter drew in a fewbandfuls
of flesh and said, with a very red
face and in a scornful veice:
"Say, go a little aisy, will youl"
"Did you address me. .madam P
queried the offender in a very polite
"Yis, I addressed you," was the in
dignant response. "Ye look like a
ton av coal, but ye naydn't sit down
"Who are you insnltinl Am I re
sponsible for my colorP
"Maybe not, but ye want to be a,
little careful the way ye throw your
self around where there's white pea
This was too much for Dinah.
"Sbo", woman, you don't call your
self white! Why, you.e red V
The roar that greeted thi3 brought
the Erinite to her feet
I think there would have been a
battle then and there if a guard had
not stepped between them.
"If you two women dont quit," he
said roughly, 'Til call an officer and
have you both run in."
This quieted them, but the Irish
woman would not resume her seat.
She stood until the train reached
Eighty-ninth street, where she made
As she stepped onto the platform
and just as the train was starting
she poked her head in at the window
behind me, shouted "Nagurf at the
top of her lungs and walked down
tho 6teps in triumph. Xew York
The Cheapest. Hv- tii.- in.
Journal le t at vour office or resi
dence. Duly 50 cu a mouth. Bv ma
25 cts a month.
Your Own Wood
and saw enough of it, your
digestive organs may perhaps be
equal, ostrich like, to any task
you impose even to the digest
ion of lard cooked food.
If however, like thousands of
other people, you have learned
that j'ou must " draw the line at
lard." this is to remind you that
mere is a clean, delicate and
healthful vegetable .substitute,
which if used in place of lard,
permits you to eat pies, pastry,
patties and such " good things "
without fear of dyspeptic coa-
There's abundant proof, but
Bone so convincing and so pleas
ant as a trial for yourself. We
invite it. For sale everywhere,
RtrUSC AU. SUMTITUTCI.
Genuine nde ecty by
N. K. FAIRSANK A. CO,.
ST. LOUIS end '
CHICAGO. NCW YOUR. BOSTON.
Last week T elite Bclkrd was
dotal. Today sfce talk: fiaestiy. The
eraseof her hg sieechkss was clef t
palate, a ssssfertex froaa birth. Her
reice is rf-ar. aad her words are uttered
distxaetiy. Thiscjuuare has bees wreaght
by raB3 t aa arancial palate obtura-
tor asatie ec vatcaaite aaa raooer. it
was nsade by a des-ist of this city. For-
j merry Miss Bedford experienced great
difncalry ia swallowing. Xae dentist
learned of her wif ottuae, and after
TraVrwg as ei&ariaaaoa decided to try
an experiBseist. For sereral weehs he
has worked on the artraVial palate obtu -
rator. Last week it was completed,
Miss Ballard cee on a visit to her reU -
tire, Coknel B. C Canaoa, and she was
presented with the palate obturator as a
free gift. It was adjusted in her zaocth,
and for the first time ia her life she ut
tered a word. Like a little chad, she be
gan to talk froa tbe simple words in
common use, until today she converses
freely with her friends. Miss Ballard is
17 years of age and is pretty. Way
cross (Cfa.) Letter.
Bondaru Would Copy the Tlsett.
Consul General Jacob Euiz of Hondu
ras wants a police force organized in tus
republic similar to that of New York.
He has addressed a letter to the police
board to this effect, which was read at
the last meeting. Appended was a re
quest that the board detail a Spanish
speaking policeman of ability to do tbe
organizing in his cocntry.
He mentioned Puiiceaan J. C. McGee
as a fit person for the work. McGee
talks Spanish fluently. He is known as
Suspender Jim, which name he acquired
by winning a wager while on the west
ern plains in the capacity of cowboy.
Seeing a lot of Indians trying to ride a
broncho with a single bridle one day, he
bet he could do it with no bridle at alL
His wager was taken, and he fooled his
friends by using his suspenders in lieu
of headstall and bit.
He was appointed on the Xew York
police force three years ago. The request
of Consul Eaiz wiH be considered at a
furore meeting. New York Telegram,
SDBR01ISDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A recent disarrerj U that headache,
llrdness dullness, coa'uika of the mind.
'.Xr, are due to derac;ecent of tbe cerre
:eniers which sappijr the brain with nerre
.'orce; that ladlsestJoa. dyspepsia, neuralgia.
lnd In stociach. txc. arise front the derange
ment of the nerre centers supplying these or
rtns with nerre fluid or force. ThU is likewise
roe of many disease of the heart and Inngs.
rhe nerre system is Uke a telezraph systeta
is win be sees by the accompanying
Tit. xoe uiue
Thite Hoe are
he nerres which,
txirey the nerre
r:o from the
erve centers to
irery part of tbe
ndy.just as the
iec'rfc current Is
h e telerrapfi
elre to e rery
nation. I arse or
hyiiciaz fall to
eard this fact;
rutead of treat
n; the nerre cen
jf tbe disorders
bey treat tbe
L DLL.B, the
-tndent of nerroas diseases, and author
f many Doted treatises on the lattersubect.
on? since realized the troth of the first
statement, and his Restorative TErTine
js prepared on thai principle. Its success
n carlo? all diseases arlslne from deramre
ment of tbe nerrotu system is wonder
ful, as the thousands of unsolicited testimo
nials In poe$5lon of tbe company tnanntac
turlnr the remedy amply proTC
Dr. MiltH Ebsstorative Xerrine Is a reliable
remH)y for all nervous diseases, such as
jeada.-be. rKTroos debility, prostration,
'eeplesncs. dizziness hysteria, eexaal de
puty, it. Vitus dance. epUepsy, etc It Is
oJd by all drosjlstson a posltire jruarantee,
ir sent direct by tbe Dr. WUes Medical Co.
"Ikhart. Ind, on receipt of price, il per bot-
e. six bottles for 5. express prepaid.
Kfetoratire Nervine poiUely contains no
piattu or dangerous druzs.
g.ilii by D. J Kry. drueelst, Falem
HOUSE Painting, Decorating,
1 Hard Wood Fin s i g,
. 'an give gnod referencs. Estlmateai fnrnlsb-
d. tddros, iteo. KKttstru b. NUem. Ketl-
lenee on -aJtm Motor K-l.way. orth Salem
leiTeorderat Meiner Blosr. ll-d
Rates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
Tbe best hotel between Portland aad Bat
t'ranetcco. Klrst-clasn In all lu appointment.
1U tables are serred with the
Jrown In tbe Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNFR. Prop
TOEY'TONED THE RASCALS OUT."
nd I have itarfd ' CUbTOM H0U8K" ol
ny own, on SUte street. ner Commercial,
where I will tx pleated to mel my old custo
mers, and plenty o ewonee In want ol
ooteorhhnra. oood flu, go-d maleil and
eood boi.oi work.
KKl'AlHLNa JiEATLY TONE
10-7 WV. ARMSTRONG.
CONTRACTOK3 & PLASTEKERa
It is geaeraHy believed m ofScial cir
cles here that Canada has got the best
efthe bargain in the Bearing sea arbi
tration. By the decision at Paris the
kflHng of seals with firearms or explo
dres was prohibited daring tbe month
of August, but for sotue unexplained
reason the idea does not appear to have
entered into tbe minds of those conduct
jnZ tbe American case that an equally
effective means for killing tbe seals was
j0 be found in air guns, such a are used
j f qj. destroying wbale. a rpear being
J driTen from the gun by compressed air.
j The sealers of British Columbia are now
, taming their attention to this means of
i erading tbe intention of the commission.
1 AB& t fa generally conceded that they
j irj szSer no loss through the substira-
jjoa 0f ajr gahs and spears for firearms
, dnriag the month in whxh they are pro-
hibited using the latter weapons for kill
ing the seals. Toronto ews.
Dancer or the Switch.
"Aren't you ready yeti"
"I couldn't find my hahn
"Well miss the train. Switches
jiwrs seem tndeavtrarS-" Tnai
r A MILD PHYSIC
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
4 aareact of t&e fcewels caeb day, U cecetuTTt
crtMiTfi Tbeie puis t3pplT -wtit tie rjiwcr
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HcXxs. aj otiser pde do. ToeOTTteeejOTof tkrtr
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