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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
VUBLIHIIED DAILY, KXOKPT SUNDAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company
V .itofflce B 03k. Ootnmerelhl Street,
HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editor.
Dally, by cwrler, per montli
IXilly, bv moll, per year,-
Weekly. 8 pagsn, per year,
A PARTIAL AWAKENING ON NIB
Early November bm a partial awak
ening of tho ptoplo of Oreou ou the
subject of tux reform lu county and
Btato government. Tne discussion is
Bpread Into several counties where facts
are cotulug to light to Drove nil that
ha beeu charged In tbeao articles, to-
wlt: that ofllclala are receiving exorbU
tanU protlta from 'uIUcO'Moldlug, and
that the manipulation of the public
tixesbv certalu bunks In a lucrative
feature of political upolla. The tax
tiivur in robbed bv the politician, who
In turn pays hl9 friends out of the pub
llo treasury and speculates wltU the
plblie funds for private euiilumeiit.
The agitation begun lu Lane 'couutj
some weeka since, as a result of an in
vestlgation by the fanners into the
methods of doug county business. It
showed enough facts to constitute
grievous charge against certain ulU
cutis. The people of Lino couuty are
convinced thnt under cover of law the
sheriff bus bieu taking about four
times the compensation for his services
that the ofllce should coat, and that it
could be honestly and fill :leutly con
ducted for. Tax payers In other coun
ties are coming to bee that they are
victims of tho same abuses. The peo
ple are getting uneasy these hard'tlmes
and are going to domufid that their
tervants tho public dlllclals bo servants
a id not lords and masters, and that
one or two terms as sherlfl' or some
other county ofllce, do not convert a
poor man Into a banker, and they re
mmber that In uddltiou to paying the
vast suniB involved in these fat oflices
they must also pay all the saloon bills,
newspaper bills, livery bills and the
whole expensive round of political cor
ruption that it takes to get such nu
, ofllce. The old highway robber paid
bis own way. Tho modern tax robber
and political boss, as lu the cases of
Bherifl Nolaud of Lane county and
Banker Cowan of Linn county, rob
lbs people in their olllclal capacity but
make them pay them for doing It.
Facts are just coming to light lu Mult
nomah county through tho luvestica
tion of a non-partisan committee of
taxpayers that show nu appalling state
of public corruption. Ollluials have
not only uegleated their sworn duty lu
accounting for public funds, but refuse
to give any satisfactory Information as
to their1 condition and whereabouts.
Bherifl Kelloy blandly informs the
committee that ho now has $310,014 12
in three banks. He says these funds
re hot now available. That la IiIb
only excuse. He can not check against
them. Tho bauks he says have
promised blm to make a mighty consol
idated eflort to raise (50,000 by Dec. 1st.
He does not even know that they will
baable to ralsn that sum. The money
waa collected by bun from tho people
between March aud September. He
did not even tnko the trouble to turn It
over to the couuty treasurer as the law
requires, but turned It oyer to tho
banks. Ono of theso Portland bauks
a -nt $60,000 to a bank at Ellousburg,
Wish., to help a bauk there. How
much more ot those couuty taxes of
this year weut to help other rotten ,
biuka no one knows, not even Kelly, i
nor Malarkoy, who bears the some-
wuat mcetlouB title or couuty treas
Uer, One thlug only the committee
oau learn foroertalu, and that Is, tho
people pnld It. Treasurer Malarkoy
olaims ho has turned over $121,000 of
state taxes but for which be produces
uo receipt. The worst feature of all
this jugglery with the taxes wrung
from the people theso bard times Is,
that while it Is uot "available" for the
uses for which It Is lutendod by law,
tke poople nro obliged to pay Interest at
the rate of 8 per cent, aud have war
rauta Issued for this stolen money, and
tkeie warrauts discounted from ten to
twenty per cont. Ou the Multnomah
county school fund alone $300 a mouth
Interest must bo paid for n year. The
taterettou tho outstanding eouuty war
rauts Is over twenty thousand dollars a
ytar interest. Money enough has beeu
W to caucel all these warrauts, yet
Mm peoplb have to pay this luterest.
8o b government la uot only a fraud
ami a robbery but an Insult to the com
mom imm aud business Intelligence of
Wt nro carefully preserving the facts
wan (MM tHfiHumu 01 me tux question,
W bljve (be time Is ripe for n reform
in ttM plats aud county government
that will AV0 the people hundreds of
thnwewmta of dollar In the uovt live
am. It h ixmltm to talk of reform
ing our county aud state governments
nd kriNMiK the burdens of taxation,
! the paop! can be arouced to the
awta Bowlty of taking hold of the
Mtseet iu other than the u.uul political
HHMrE km UliilEI iliail bUV VISUM, IIUIIIIU.I a
l .., .. A II ,..P ,
WBTII1 BJ tU WUUIiU'Crj ftnimniwi f
MtiX all eUKliavtM ptoiutfe economy lu I
public affairs. It Is the commonest lie
and the most universal deception that
is perpetrated. Economy and honesty
all pretond. Tbero can be no Issue on
that which all profess. The political
boss, grown gray In Iniquity and the
new-lledged reform party in Kansas all
stand pledged to greater economy and
in both cases tho result is greater cot
ruptlon. The political boss and ofllce
seeker are the greatest foe the taxpayer
has to contend with. Does anyone lm
nRlue, that lu (securing a Ditnocralio
clerk, Marion couuty secured any re
form lu tho Immense expense of that
office? A mere change of party means
nothing in the way of relief. Men are
uot In politics for tbelr health as long
as the taxpayer will Btaud It to be bled
und pay the doctor for bleeding him.
Last year Pum Kelley, In Portland, as
sheriff received $24,158.31, ostensibly
as salary. His Income Is probably
nearer four times that much. The
district attorney gets $15,313.60, and ud
dltlonal fees In aums of $100 to $2000.
The county clerk receives ten thousand
und feels be is an abused Individual.
What are the people going to do to
relieve themselves of these burdens
which are out of all proportion to their
Incomes? Relief cannot be secured lu
legislation because the tax eaters con
trol the law making body, aud verj
largely constitute it. Relief canuot be
had iu the courts because the men who
live by fees and salaries predominate
there uud 'he mau on the bench ex
pects uuy day to have to practice before
some of the lawyers who now practice
tiefore him und get his fees In turn.
Everything will be declared according
to law so long us the people will pay
the taxes. They pay tho fiddler, but
are not allowed to dunce. The timv
wus when a writer who agitated tax
reform uud reduction of expenses of
goyerumeut was culled a crunk. That
time Is past. The people are golug to
tlud some way to get out, from under
the terrible load, and are not going to
ask permission either.
" " PERSONAL GOSSIP.
Mr. Glatlstono is older than the great
est ago at which any man has hitherto
taken active part in the government of
Queen Victoria leads a quieter and
less milled lifo than the sovereign of
any other country In Europo. All the
other sovcf oigus havo a hard time of it.
Tho oldest soldier in tho British army
is Field Marshal Sir Patrick Grant. He
is 89 vears old and ioined the annv in
1 the very year tho Duke' of Cambridgo
Sir Henry James is ono of the best
sportsmen in the house of commons and
a most excellent shot. Ho is, therofore,
often chosen to accompany the Princo of
Wales when he goes out with his gun.
Edison's father, Samuel Edison, is now
00 years old nnd hopes to hvo many years
longer. His fathor lived to tho ripe old
ago of 103 years, nnd two of his nuuts
were each 09 at the time of their death.
Mr. George W. Childs Droxel, the new
pnblishor of tho Philadelphia Public
Lodger, is hut 25 years of ago. He is a
son of tho luto A. J. Drexel, who was
long Mr. Child's associate iu tho owner
ship of tho paper.
Tho Gilliam family of Bolton, Mo.,
consists of ono fathor, threo mothers,
threo mothers-in-law, two daughters-in-law,
n son-in-law, two widows, four or
phan children, two grandmothors, three
grunddaughtors and two great-great-grnudmothors.
Princo Luitpold, regent of Bavaria,
has probably tho most complete nnd ex
tensivo collection of beetles and is also
a skilled entomologist, deeply versed in
the habits of ants, bees, moths, flies, ear
wigs, wasps and everything that flies,
crawls or wiggles.
Up to Date Ybunceter.
Mamma (raising tho slipper) Wil
lie, my son
Willio (ncroes tho maternal kueo)
Spank nwny, momma, but don't givo
mo thnt old chestnut about itshurtin
you worbo'n it hurts mo. Chicago
Skewered and Cured.
"First I wus skewered and then 1
was eucd," said Jones, nnd be laughs
heartily over his little Joke. Well, 1 t
hi in laugh. Let laugh who wins, lit
was skewered through aud through by
dyspepsia uud lis attendant tran ofills.
lie was onrrU by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. D,you feel dull,
languid, low-spirited; experience 1.
sense of fullness or bloating after eat
ing tiugue coated, bitter or bad laste
lu the mouth, Irregular appetite, diz
ziness, frequent headaches, nervous
priMtratlou or exhaustiou. hot HushM
alternating with chilly sensations,
sharp, biting transient pains here aud
there, cold feet, drowsiness after meals,
wakefulness, or disturbed aud unfrt-Hh.
lug sleep, uoiiftant uud Indescribable
leeiing ot urvuil.or or Impending culatu
rneae are sytuptnuH of Billions Dys
epia, or Torpid Liver associated with
DvsiH'psla. or ludlgestlou, Dr. Piercw's
Golden Medical Discovery will subdue
iue cause, 11 taneu acoorillng In di
rections, for n reasonable length of lime
or inollHV lutld for It Will be eheerfiillv
CONTRACTORS A PLASTERERS.
II M lC ?TCiriNO PIUmI knooa by moutttM
,, "7 vlinnm, This forto. and Hia,
pereplraUoa. oaoa lawaae IKtlu
n wuil a-hla hm and ULIMir
2MJKnwu r raOTBUDUiO fltV3
(jCJ vhlcljjaeu diraoily nuu aflcld
r n r,n snjtiu.vn
. DR. BO-SAN-KO-S PILE REiKOY.
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1 11 w ww whWMti.iMWHirtu,
Bold by litmLett k. Van Blype. I
Mr EHz&bclh Mcescr
Rescued from Death
Not Llvo a
Now Alive and Well Thanks to
" 1 praise Hood's Safinparllla, for It Is Won
derful medicine. I suffered 10 years with
Neuralgia and Dyspepsia
nnd fainting npelln. Sometimes I would
bo almost stilt with cold perspiration. I
spent much moneyior medical attendance,
but I did not get an;
ucnenc qnui my
daughter told me about Hood's Baraanarllla,
nnd I began to take it.
I wolcheu less than
xuu 103. ana was
A Picture of Mlsory
Every ono who saw me thought I could not
lire a month. But I Improved at once, after
beginning; with Hood's SarsapArllla, and
have gradually gained until I am now prr
frctly cured. I cat well, sleep well, and
am in p rfect hcnlth. I owe all to
Initenri of being dead, I nm allvo and weigh
I'i'J lb.' Mits. Elizabeth Messeu.Io
lUU Barney Street, Baltimore, Md.
HOOD'S PlLL8 cure Nausea, Sick Head'
ache, Indigestion. Biliousness, rrlce25(.enta.
ONE PILL FOR A P05E.
& movement or the bowela eaoh day.l'anecesaary
.or health. Theae pills supply what the system
lacks to makelt recular. Cure Headache, brighten
the Eyes and clear the Complexion better than
loaraetloa. They act mildly, neither crlpe nor
iloken as other pills do. To oonvlnce you of their
aertts we mrll samples free, or full box 2So. Seld
ivery-where. Sosanko Mcd.lV, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold by fWkett & ViwiHlyiie.
Prices Ourrent by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, Novemlerl3, 4 p.m. Offlc
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tious for day and up to hour of going t
press were oh follews:
BALEM PRODUCE MARKET.
Apples 30o to 60c. a bushel.
Veals dressed 4 cts.
Hogs dressed 0 to 7.
Live cuttle lr to 2.
8beep alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Bpring lambs $1.50 to $2.00.
21 ILL PRICES.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
In wholesale lots $3.00. Retail $3.40.
Bran $15 bulk, $10 sacked. Shorts $17
$18. Chop feed $17 and $18.
Old wheat on storage 44 cents. New
wheat 40 cents.
HAY AND QRAIK.
Oats old, 38 to 40c, new 25 to 30c
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
$14. Wild in bulk, $0 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1.
95 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts,
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 17 to 18c
EurgB Cash, 25 cents.
Butter Best dairy, 20; fanc
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12j;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 80o. to 40c.
Oulons 1 to 1 cents.
Beeswax -34c. Carawav seed, 18c.
Aulso seed, 20o. Ginseng, $1.40.
Chickens 8 cts; broilers 8; clunks,
80; turkeys, slow sale, choice, JOe;
Grain, K.cil, etc
Flour Standard, $2,00; Walla Walla.
$2.1)0; gruhum, $2.75; superfine, $2.65
Oats Old whlte.SSo perbu , grey, 35c;
rolled, in baits. $.25ffi0 50: barrels.
$6 767.00; case $3 75.
Hay Best, $10 12 per Ion.
Wool vallev, price nominal.
MlllstutTs Bran. $16 00; shorts. $18:
ground barley, $2223; chop fed, $1S
per ton; whole f?tT, barley, 8085 per
ceutal; middling, $2328 per ton; brew
Ing barley, GO95o per cental: chicken
wheat, $1 10T.25 per cental.
Hops-Old, 10 to 10c, nnw 15 to 7.
Butter Oregon fanov creamery, SO
32; fancy dairy, 2527e; fair to gtxd.
I720o; common, 15 to 10c per lb; Call
forula, S032o per roll.
Cheese Oregon, 12; Eastern
twins, IGo; Young Amerlctn, 15o per
per pound; California Hats, 14c
Kitgs Oregon. 30o per dnzen.
Poultry Chlckens,old,$3.60; broiler.
Urge, $lo03,0u: ducks, old. St.OOcol
6 00,' young, $2o04.00; geese, $8.00
turKey?, live no. 1
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern oholce, 10
13o; do Inferior, 80c; do valley, 12
Hops 16 to lOo.
Potato Erly Rose, 3040. Bur
Economize in Paper.
Clean newBitapere, tied In bundled of
100, uot cut, tor nale at tbla cflleo at
fifteen cents a bundle. A henVv straw
wrappinir ttaner. larve fbeets. twnevnta
pound. Next door to the postofllc. ' d
JSSJnv TJ UPS
r Ls 1 1
Miseries of tlie UnfortunntesWlioGot Into
Debt In Olden Timet.
In Daniol "Defoo's timo debtors
swero -frequently compelled in seek
ing menus to oxtricato themselves
from their embarrassments to con
sent to anything, if thoy thereby
could avoid the horrors of tho debt
ors' prison. In many cases thoy took
advantage of a custom thnt in ono
form or another had a sanction of an
tiquity, mid beinfr generally nblobod
iedincn thy placed themselves in tho
hands of some merchant or agent,
who having- effected an arrangement
with -the creditors took possession of
tho unfortunate debtors, and hurry
ing them to tho nearest seaport
shipped them abroad, generally to
'Virginia or Maryland, as so much
merchandise. Sometimes tho dealer
accompanied his cargo in order, if
possible, to obtain a better price at
the end of tho voyage.
Arrived at their destination the
captives to give them their real
namp were sold to any planter
whoso offer would recoup the agent
for tho sum he had expended in pur
chase and transit and also allow him
a handsome profit. By tho terms of
this sale the captive was bound to
servo his new master for several
years, his liberty being nominally
secured at the end of that period,
and from the hope of redemption
and deliverance thus held out to
him tho term "redemptioner" came
to be applied to these unfortunates.
But any hopes .that the redemp
tioner might cherish of his ultimate
liberation soon proved fallacious,
and ho found himself plunged into
fresh embarrassments long before
his period of servitude had expired.
Charges were made upon bun for
clothing, for tobacco, oven for the
necessaries of lifo charges which he
had-no means of meeting, however
good his inclination, and too late he
found that he had, in fact, become a
slave, without money, without rights
and without hope. Such friends as
he had wore in England and prob
ably had forgotten him aXogether.
Perhaps if even they remembered
him they wore without tho means of
assisting him, and the chance of
money reaching tho individual for
whom it was intended wus "in those
days very small. Pacific railways
and "ocean greyhounds" were un
known in tho "good old times" and
communication was slow and mse
Some of these redemptioners were
of course moro fortunate than others
and had friends and connectiens:
more powerful and moro kindly dis
posed and such often ultimately at
tained their freedom. But these
were tho exceptions, and generally
speaking the unhappy victim labored
on from year to year, his "redemp
tion" receding further and further
into tho distance, till at last death
put on end to his sufferings.
In the university course bv Rev. W.
C. Kantner of Corvallls, Wednesday
evening, November I5tb, at the chapel,
suuject "Move On." Tickets 25 cents
for sale at the bookstores. 11 11 td
; MIC VUCdUUUf
is a simple one easily Wt
decided by reason and mt
t common sense. jtfi
the new scientifically
prepared shortening is
iff made from pure beef suet,
: and highly refined vegeta
Jijt. ble oil. Lard is made, in
the majority of cases, in
the packing-house, and
not as of old, from the pure
leaf of the hog. Which is
likely to be the most
healthful? Decide for
yourself. It must be
itk Send three cenu In tump to N. S
K. Falrbanlc & Co.. Chicago, for 3E
hantbonvi Cottokne Cook Hook, Jf
containing lx hundred recipes.
prepared by nine eminent audio- ffff
jab titiet on cooUnc.
Coitoleoe It told by all croccr. "W
Hade only by
fN. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
2 ST LOUIS nnd W
liF CHICAGO, NEW YORK. W'
WnH rr l ffW F
Newport, - Oregon.
located on tbeBeacb, two nillenoiib
of Newnnrt on Cave Cove. a beautifully
sbeltered spot, wonderful scenery, sea
batblntr. flue drives to Carta Roulwrath.
er llcbtboura House new. room larg
and airv. Finest rewwt for families or
invalids. Oru all winter. TYrra
moderate by day or week. Intending
visitors can drop a itrwtal card to New
port aud be met by back.
- l' - m
An Ancient Stcnin Man.
Thero aro h host of authorities on
hydraulics nnd mechanics that could
be quoted to support tho assertion
that tho steam engine is uot a mod
ern invention. Carpiui, in the ac
count of his travels (A. D. 1280), do
BCribeaa species of toophilo or steam
engine, made in tho form of a man.
This contrivance was filled with "in
flammable liquid" (probably petro
leum) and made to do terrible work
In the battles between the Mongols
nnd tho troops of Prester John. St.
The worst case of absence of mind
wo over read of was that described
tho other day when a man hurry
ing for a train thought ho had for
gotten his watch at homo and took
it out to see if he had time to go
back for it. London Tit-Bits.
Hie Human Electrical Forces 1
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
Tho electrical force of tho human body, as
tho nerro fluid may bo termed, lj an espe
cially attract! vo department of science, as It
exorta so marked an lnflucnco on tho health
of tho organs of the body. horo forco 1
produced oy tho brain and conveyed by
moans of the nerves to tho various orpiuis ol
tho body, thus supplying tho latter with the
vitality necessary 10 in
sure their health. Tbo
pnoUmogastrle norve, as
shown here, may bo said
to bo tho most Important
of tho entire- nervo sys
tem, as It supplies the
heart luns, stomach,
bowels, etc., with tho
nervo force necessary to
'ceon them active and
toalthy. As will bo seen
jy tho cut tho Ion? nervo
lescendlnR fro-u tho
mo ot tho brain and
ermlnatlnzln tho bow-
;!s Is tho pneumoastrlc,
vbile the numerous lit
Ao branches supply the
ieart, lungs and stom
ich with necessary
illty. When tho brain
'becomes In tfny way dis
ordered by irritability
oroxhaustlon, tho. nervo
t'orco which it supplies
lslossoned, and tho or
gans receiving tbo di
minished supply uro con
Physicians gonerally fall to recognize
tho importance of this tuct, but trout tin.
organ itself instead of tho causo of tho troubk
rho noted specialist, Tranklln Miles. M. D.,
LI.. B., has given tho greater part of his life
to the study of this subject, and the prin ip i
discoveries concerning it are due tohU e.tort-.
Dr Miles' Kestoratlvo Nerlno, ih unri
valed brain and nervo food, Jspreparedonthe
Srlnclple that all norvems and many other
llllcultles originate from disorders of the
nerveconters. Its wonderful success inc iring
theso disorders is testified to by thousands in
o very part of the land.
Restorative Nervine cures sleeplessness,
nonous prostration, dizziness, hysteria, tex
ual doblllty, St. Vitus dance, eplfopsy, etc. It
is free from opiates or dangerous drugs. It
Is sold on a posltlvo guaranteo by all drug
gists, or sent direct by tho Dr. Miles Medical
Co., Elkhart, Ind on receipt of price, SI por
bottle, six bottles, for $5, express prepaid.
fiold by D. J. Prv. riiugidst, SalemJ
In rolling family of nln children, ay only
remedy for Couchi, Cold and Croup waa onion
yrup. It la jual aa effeottve tc-day aa it waa forty
Seara 'atro. Now my grandchildren talc Sr.
ann'a Onion Syrup, which la already prepared
and mora pleasant to the tan. Sold erorywher.
Larce botUt 60 oenta. Take no aubaUtnta for lu
Bold by Baskett & VanSlype.
i Lumbago, Selfttloftf
tame uacKi .o
DR. SANDEN'S ELECTRIC 1ELT
With Electro-Magnetlo SUSPENSORY
Latett I'attaU! lieat iBprarementa I
inn rare without medicine all Wtalaan reaulUnir from
overtaxation of brain nerve forces i eicesseiliFlndU.
ereUon. aa nerrouTdeblllty. aleepleaneaa, languor,
r0""' klduey, liTer and bladder cemplalntl:
U J2LS". ",w, '- electrto Belt contalnj
tl!?rSr,.,!!P't""u "' " other. Current la
iJff.'lKvwtiXrorJw9 rortc S,0.00, and
wta cure all of the abora diaeaaea or no pay. Thou.
SS.n!! " 5rd.bT t.hu mawe'ona nrenUon
after all other irmedlea failed, and e frtro Lundredj
cf teaUmonlal In tola and every other at te. uuaure,u
Our r.wrfJ laprtHj MJICTIUC SrbrMSOBT. the
EEf b?!Hl StT VernX weak men, KIE vukal
OaarV Bend for IlloaVt Pamphlet, malled.acaled.trea
SANOEN ELEOTRIO CO.,
Vo. ITSflrat Street. l'OUTJAXli OKI.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE koTVtp.
Do yoa wear them? When next In need try a pair,
est In the world.
lfyoowttJnBSSSKOC, mde InthsUleti
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...-.n u.j.Li ,.. . .
di u by ptirctalng W. L. Docrin Shew. Nan tad
prica ttaapd a tbt bcttsn, lock for It it btJi ym boy
W. Xm IHMJGLAS. Biocktoa, Mail. Soil t
THEY FORKED TAB RASCALS OUT."
AndtbaTontartrda CUSTOM ilOUHK" ol
wEen. I will b plwd to wert,y 3H VSuZ
jn. and p'ntj 01 'ewon-n vran' oi
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on the Pacific toast.
Receiving all the
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