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EVEttltta CAPITAL JOtfRNAIi, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1833.
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TAXPAYER IN OUK'IUN.
- Wben we started to discuss bow to
reduce exbeusea of government in state
and county In Oregon we knew tbat
certain remedies weresure to be dflTered.
Several if not all tbe political parties In
tbelr state conventions will deplore and
denounce tbe extravagauce of tbe last
legislature, and call for reform and re
ductlon in our state expenses and to
have all county nfllslatii puton a salary.
That has been done before aud will b
done ugalu. Bat in tbe result of tbos'
empty declarations expenses, have
growo greater year by yoar. Even our
reform governor has been unable to
keep within his constitutional compen
sation and receives $18-50 a year in addi
tion to his lawful salary of $1500ayear.
He devotes three days of the week to
the state and three to bis private busi
ness. If be wished to be a shining ex
ample of economy he could take $750
a year for his services, or $14.43 for
three day each week. If he put in
any over time there would be still
money left to draw. But he like all
other officials takes all be can get. Bo
tbat state platform declarations are no
relief. Next remedy oll'ered is to put
a now party in power the Populists.
A number have suggested that. In
deed the Populists odor themselves as a
great standing remedy for all the evils
of tbo age. They have nut so proven
In Kansas. Their greed for spoils is all
the greedier for tbat it Is new and
keen and has never been gratified.
Nathan Pierce whoa chosen elector was
on band at once for the job to go as
massenger to Weshington with tbe
electoral vote of Oregon and his son to
bo olerK. With his example and Gov
ernor Pennoyer's leadership does any
anyono imagine Populism means get
ting ourstate taxes reduced ? Populism
is no remedy. Populist politicians are
like any others. Tbey are after tbe
Almighty dollar of the taxpayer. They
make no scruples about It. Weaver,
Rirk, Mrs. Lease, Jerry tilmpson, Ben-
ator Pefler, all binge their services of
the dear people upon the contingency
of adequate compensation. Tho tax
payer surely will not employ such
mercenary counsel and expect relief,
Tho rain of blood and tbe stinking
frogs were bad enough plagues upon
Egypt, but oh, Lord, do not send tbe
Populist lice to swarm over thy chil
dren la Oregon. Tbey would depopu
late Oregon as tbey bavo nearly depop
ulated Kansas, They have driven cap
ital and people out of bleeding Kansas
and after a short rulo of two years, the
people of that state have 11 red Mrs.
Lease, Populism, and all. They will
lire It In other states as soon as they
learn that the Populist politician is but
a different stripe of tho same breed.
There 1b no remedy In "tall;" in stato
platforms. There Is no remedy in
"talk" of reform governors who do not
reform. Thero is only ouo relief possi
ble, and tbat is direct action by tbe
taxpayer In his own behalf. If tbe
new state olllcers to bo elected next
Juue and tbo new legislature eleated
then undurstood what is wanted of them
there Is somo hopo of relief from thirty
to fifty mill taxation in Oregon. The
taxpiper must not only speak but act.
Hjw can ho act? He must not wait
for stato conventions to act for him.
He must got to his oouuty convention
and irtako his demands. Whon the
precluct assessor bill was before the last
lojlslaturo the county assessors mot and
resolved that tboy did not wish their
oflflco abolished and at ouce sent a dele
gatlou to lobby at Salem against tbo
preolnot assessor bill, and those at home
wrote letters to their member nud had
otbers write against tho bill, aud tbo
bill was beatou.
But several legislators who voted for
the bill explained that they felt obliged
to do so us tholr county convention
INSTRUCTED THEM TO SO VOTE,
.! At. r"a TfAnni -.
Kuutueyou vuriuu. it seems men
In politics aro not yet lost to all sense of
political honor and somo do respect the
Wishes of tbelr conttltueuts If that
wtoh bo mado kuown. So wo urge for
one means of relief that taxpayers in
every oounty organize and tuuko their
tlemauds upon the oounty convontlous
of the dominant party, All the parties
a-rtt prepared to promise nil things to
mweeed, hut under our form of govern
MtH majorities rule, aud the dominant
prty will only bo too glad to bind Its
eo-adlctetea to oortuln measures of ueed
J legislation, nud reductions In oouuty
ut Mate government, iiouest men
will respect such pledges. Tito tux
pyws of each county should organize
and make tbelr wishes known,
County conventions can sot tho figure
which oounty olllclals sliull serve at,
thai no ha placed on salary. Oounty
tjujVfctttlotia can sot tho llguro which
their .ntpreaentatlyes shall voto to pay
jrit orUo!al, They can say whether
tbe feo system shall bo abolished. They
can say whether insurance companies
and other corporations shall bo taxed
In this state ns In others. Tbey can
even say what the governor's salary
shall be. Tboy can say to every public
servant, thus far sualt thou go and no
farther. Then let tho people see wheth
er thev will bo obeyed or not. Lot
them see whether they have self-government
by the people, and no taxa
tion without the consent of the taxed
or not. They must take the reins in
hand or let tbe horses run away as they
did in tbe last legislature and many be
fore it. They must govern or bo gov
erned by the taxeater. M. Davison
ofKeasey, Or., writes: "Our remedy
Is direct legislation the Initiative and
referendum of tbe obligatory form.
The Populist platform will doubtless
contain a demand for direct legislation,
state, national and local. We must
have a remedy ngalnst corruption aud
corporate greed and the people will have
it evea at the expense of party, If not
otherwise." The thought in Mr. Dav
ison's mind is ripening in the minds of
many men of all parties. He Is a Pop
ulist. But he is intelligent enough to
ee that a mere party triumph of Popu
lism may afford no relief. Populist
politicians in the Oregon state legisla
ture made about as many bad breaks
and grabs at the treasury as any. But
we think Mr. Davison is smart enough
a man to see tbat there is needed an
irousing of public sentiment among
the taxpayers to put tbelr foot on tbe
principal source of corruption In state
aud couuty politics tbe big money
tiiere Is in It now. Tho tax payer fur
nishes this money. The corporations
do not. Tho money-lenders do not fur
nish it. Cutoff tho base of supplies
and '.he boodler will let up. He will
have nothing to boodle the state with.
Bo far as the initiative and referen
dum is concerned we submit the fol fel fol
eowing: There are fundamental reas
ons why wo can go with safety to
Switzerland for lessons in economical
self-government. A country only one
half of Its area lit for crops or pasture
could not maintain a Republican form
of government tbat was extravagant
ana expensive. A country not fertile,
but rocky, mountainous, much of it
tbe greater part of tbe year snow-covered,
would fall under a tyranny the
moment Its people allowed themselves
to be taxed beyond the necessities of an
In many respects Oregon is the Swit
zerland of America. Half its territory
is incapable of being reduced to agri
culture. Yet agriculture must bear tbe
tax of governing the whole state, if wo
assume what is undoubtedly true, tbat
the products of the soil must pay all
tho burdens of the state, The mer
chant, tho railroad company, the bank
er, the manufacturer, aud all middle
men undoubtedly add the taxes they
pay to tho expenses of the service tbey
render or the goods tbey sell, which is
ultimately paid for out of the products
of tho soli. The farmer above all others
is interested iu cheaper government.
How shall we best Check "tho divis
ion of society into the harmfully rich
and tho wretchealy poor?" How can
we have fewer paupers and fewer mil
lionaires? Is the law making and
mouoy spending power wltely delega
ted ? Aro theso tiusts sacredly treated
or abused ? Can wo destroy the Amer
ican plutocracy or shall it destroy our
liberties and make us slaves ? Shall
"political aud social parasitism" disap
pear? Is a law a law without the direct
asseutof tho governed? Does .it not
follow when that assent is given it will
be moro cheerfully lived up to, tho law
will be bettor enforced aud as a result
wo will have government with less
friction, far greater economy aud less
vlolatlou of the statutes?
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsupurilla Is carefully pre
pared from tianuirmrilla, Dandelion,
Mandrake, Dock, Plpslesowa, Juulper
uernus ami outer wen auowu remeuies,
by a peculiar combination proportion
and process, giving to Hood's Sarsa-
Curillu curative powers not possessed
y other medicine. It ellucts remark
able cures wben other preparations fail.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
COMING TO SALEM.
Ouo or more Burgeons of National
Surgical Institute. No. 310 Bush St.,
S. F., will bo at tho Willamette- hotol,
Salem, Mouday Nov. 20th.
This Instituto la specially devoted to
tho treatment of curvature of tho spine,
diseases of the bin and kueo lolnt.
crooked limbs, club feet aud nil bodily
deformities. Their success In treating
these troubles ui well as uasal catarrh
and all ehroulo diseases has made for
the Institute a uatloual reputation.
All pursons who are suU'erlug from
any or inese complaints snouid uot fall
to take advantage of this onnoriunltv
Reference may bo had to tho follow fellow follew
ing: Judgo Twos. L, Davidson, Balem, Or,
Governor E, P. Ferry, Olympla,
Rov. K. M. Condlt. Albanv. Or.
Supremo Judge J, P. Huyt, Olympla,
Wash. w 10 23.
Tho Salem Improvement has uow on
baud a largo stock of tho Ullmoro foul,
which la the best on the market. tf
TlIE OlIEAl'lT. Have lh TViTf.v
(Journal lea at yourotllee or rel-
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25 via a mouth.
Headquarters fur all dully papers, at
J. L. Uunra'tt'u post oflleo blook news
for Lard. -
That's the happy and
healthy condition of thous
ands of housekeepers who
have been bright enough
which is a pure, perfect and
popular substitute for lard
for all cooking purposes.
The success of Corro
lene has called out worth
less imitations with similar
color and similar names.
Look out for these. "All
that glitters is not gold,"
and all that's yellow is not
There is but one valuable
new shortening, and that is
Cottolene. It is healthful,
delicate and economical as
a single trial will prove.
At leading Grocers.
Watch the name.
REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES.
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NEW YORK. BOSTON.
la railing a family of ntna eblldron, my only
remedy for Coughi, Colda and Croup wm onion
yrup. Itli jnftas effactlre to-day itwaafbrty
years ago. XCow my grandchildren tako Br.
Qunn'a Onion Syrup, which 1 already prepared
and more pleeiant to the tatta. Sold everywhere.
Large bottlea DO oenta. Take no eubetltuta for It
8old by Baekett fc VanSlype.
XTCHRTQ PIIi,S known by raolftur
llko perspiration, oause Intense lteblns;
when warm. This form and BUKD.
MilEDINQ or PBOTBTOING PIXIES
DR. BO-SAN-KO'S PILE REMEDY,
which sots directly on parts affected
Absorbs tumors, allays ltehlnff, sireetlnB
a permanent oure. Prloe 60c. Irugslsu
or mall. Dr. Bosanko,Mladalpltla,ra,
Sold by Baskett & Van 8I pe
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, November 20, 4 p. m. Office
Daily (Japital Journal. Quota
tions for day aud up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
8ALKM PRODUOE MARKET.
Apples 30o to 60c. a bushel."
BUTCHER STOCK. '
Veals dressed 4 cts.
Hogs dressed 6 to 7.
Live cattle to 2.
Sbeep alive J.1.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1.50 to $2.00.
Salem Mllliug Co. quetes: Flour
Iu wholesale lots $3.00. Retail 3.40,
Bran $15 bulk, $10 sacked. Shorts $17
51B. uuop reed $17,aua $18.
Old wheat on storage 44i cents. New
wheat 40 cents.
HAY AND DRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c, new 25 to 30c.
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12: old $10 to
$14. Wild in bulk, $6 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1.
05 to $1.00 per cwt No. 2, 70 to 85 cts,
Wool Best. 10c.
Hops Small sale, 17i to 18Jc.
Ecgs Cash, 25 cents.
Butter Best dairy, 20; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes SOo. to 40o.
Onions H to 1 cents.
Beeswax 34o. Caraway sood, 18c.
Aulse seed, 20c. Uluseug, $1.40.
Chickens 5 cts; ducks, Co; turkeys,
slow sale, choice, 10c; geese 7o.
Grain, feed, etc.
Flour Standard, $2.00; Walla Walla,
$3.15; graham, $2.60; superfine, $2.25
Oats Old whlte,33o perbu ,grey,34o;
rolled, In bags, $6.250.50; barrels,
$0.757.00j cases, $3 75.
HayBest, $1012 per ton.
Wool valley, price nominal.
Mlllstulls Bran, $10 00; shorts, $18;
ground barley, $2223; chop feed. $18
per ten: whole fted. barlev. 70 ots. ner
oeutal; middling, $2328 per ten: brew
ing barley, 0005o per cental: cblckou
wheat. 80.00 por cental.
Hops-Old, 10 to 10c, new 15 to 17.
Butter Oregou fanoy creamery, SO
32p: fanoy dairy, 2527jc; fair to good,
2022e: common, 18 to SOo per lb.
Cheese Oregon, 10 12 : Young
iviiifriutu, loo per pouun; caiworuia
14c: Swiss Imp., 8032; Dom., 1820.
C..A nnnnn OA.t mam -.....-
Poultry Nomlual; chickens, mixed,
$2.0003.60 per dozen; ducks, $34:
geese, f7.608.60; turkeys, Jive, lie:
BAN FRAN018OO MARKET.
Wool; Oregou Eastern choice, 10
13o; do Inferior, 89o; do valley, 12
Hops 10 to lOo.
Potatoes Enrly Rose, 3040. Bur
1 ju !? r- ii
5gjLajfr.r tacc7 'SSif t
VIBOR F NIEif
and all the train of otIIs
from early errora or later
excesses, tbe results ot
worn, etc. Fullstrength,
development and tono
glTin to orerjr organ and
portion of the body.
food, l-'nllure Impossible.
2,(H) reference. Book,
explanation and proofs
mailed (sealed) free
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO. N. Y.
E. E. Kidder has completed a comedy
called "Down East."
Ullio Akerstroin produced her now
play, "A Pauper's Fortune," at Worces
ter, Mass., recently.
"Ho, She and Her Mother" is the title
of a one act monologue that Charles
Barnard has written for Frank Lincoln.
"Tho Orient, or Life In Harlem," is tho
name of a comedy burlesque in which
Basco and Roberts are to star next sea
son. Charles E. Blaney has rewritten "The
Actor's Holiday" for Miles and Cald
well, having spent but 80 days upon the
Robert Drouet, author of "Doris," Effle
Ellsler's present play, is writing another
drama for that Btar, to be called "Mon
tana." Helene Mora will not appear in a new
version of "Comrades," as she intended.
She is having a new comedy written in
stead. Neil Burgess is at work on a new play,
which will be produced about Jan. 1
next. It is said that the play will show
A French version, of "Charley's Aunt"
Is to be brought out at the Gyrnnase in
Paris. The piece is now being performed
in London, New York, Berlin and South
Spider and Wasp Fight to tho Death.
A fierco battle between a large
spider and a wasp was witnessed one
day last week. The spider had spread
his web in a corner of tho fence and
was patiently waiting for something
to turn up. Suddenly a wasp flew
into the web. He was firmly caught,
but his desperate offorts to escape
tore several holes in the flimsy net
work about him. Here the spider
rushed out and rapidly began to re
pair the breaks. Tho wasp fought
harder still and seemed to bo trying
to get a chance j;o sting his sly foe.
In n minute or two the wasp lay
perfectly still, aa if dead. The spider
rushed out and seized the body of his
victim. The wasp, who had appar
ently been playing possum, sudden
ly became very much alive, and in a
flash spider and wasp wore clasped
in a deathlock. There was a short,
fierce struggle, and both insects fell
from the dilapidated web to the
ground. They lay there quite still,
and an intei'ested spectator stooping
over them found that both were
dead. Philadelphia Record.
A Boston Boy's Eyesight Savod
Perhaps His Llfo
By lTood'a Sarsaparllla Blood Poi
soned by Canker.
Itoatl tho followtngirom a grateful mether:
"My little boy had Scarlet Fever when 4
years old, and It left him very weak and with
blood poisoned with canker. His eyes
became so Inflamed Uiat his sufferings wcro
Intense, and for seven weeks ho
Could Not Open His Eyos.
I took him twice during that Ume to tho Eyo
and Ear Infirmary ou Charles street, but
their remedies failed to do him the faintest
shadow of good. I commenced giving hint
Hood's Sarsaparllla and it soon curea him.
I have never doubted that It ared hit
I(kt, oven If not bU yt Hfr You
may use this testimonial In any way you
choose. I am always ready to sound the
because of tho wonderful good It did my
sou." AmtiK F. IiLACKiUK, 2888 Wash
lugton BU. lloston, Mass. Get 1IOOUU
HOOD'8 PILL8 f hand mads, and aro
perfect In composition and proportion.
A MILD PHYSIC
li3 V rlsr
V f 1 J- I m
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
4 moTtrasnl oftht bowtls ma dr,tsourr
r hssltfa. ThM pills supply whsi tbs sjsitui
lb Hj nd dsr tl Oamplsxloa bIUr lh.n
Jo.rn.Uos, Thsy mi tsildljr. iisithtr Ktiv no
llckea u olh.r pills do. To oonwlno you of Ihsir
n.iiU w twit suaplM fro, or full hot SVk oM
(Wjrwbsro. SoMoia MwLOo raisdslpbla, Ps.
Bold by Baskett A Van Slype.
A turquoise tinted bowl, with a flat
cover of enamel, is a pretty salt cellar.
A couplo of Eufrlish walnuts, with a
jagged opening, reproduced in silver, aro
designed for salt cellars.
Tho yachts are having their turn.
Most beautiful matchboxes have enam
eled portraits of tho yachts.
Some pretty new letter clips havo been
Introduced. Tho lower end is a wreath
and a bowknot, while streamers combine
to mako tho upper part.
Anewsnioking set had. for tho cigar
holder the model of a wood house with
out a roof. A rustic well was for ciga
rettes. Tho niatchholder was a hollow
log, with an ax laid across. Similar sug
gestiveness in ornament attracts many
The tendency of a woman's belt and
skirt to part company gives a new op
portunity to jowelers. A woman was
seen on Broadway who had established
permanent connection between these two
trticles of dress by means of a long gold
jar. It was richly chased and showed
co advantage. Jewelers' Circular.
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of
100, not cut, for sale at this oflleo at
urteen cents a bunuie. A neavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheetB, two centB
a pound. JNext door to tne postomce.
HON. Z. AVERY.
OncorTHCLARacsT Contractors md Buils
ero m Nebraska.
HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS.
Grutd Island, Neb., April 8th, 1822.
Dr. 3HU Medical Co., JBlhhart, lnd.
Ocrn-tMEw : I had been troubled with heart
oiaCAScroRTHE lart 30 years, and although I
was treated by able physicians and tried many
remedies, I grew steadily worse until i was com
PLCTELY rROSTNATCD AND CONFINED TO MT BID
without ant hope or RECOVERY. I would have
rerybadslnk vl . , - in g 6pells, when
my pulse wofl J U W I Juld stop beating
altORether,w tm B-'and It was with
the greatest difficulty that my circulation could
ck to consdoutncea again. While In this condi
tion I tried your new heart Cube, and began
to Improve from the first, and now I am able to do
a good day's work for a man 68 years of age. I give
Dr. Miles New Heart Cure all the
credit for my recovery. It is over six months since
I have taken any, although I keep a bottle in the
house in case I should need it. I have also used
your Nerve and Liver Pills, and think
great deal of them. Z. Aveby.
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