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UHiT CATJIAL JOURNAI 0ALXM, ORBGON, WEDNESDAY, FKHRUAIIY &, 1900
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
14. HOFBR, M. 4 Prop.
Independent Kewipupor Derotod to American Prlnelploi nnd
the I'rogioM and DoTOlopement of All Oregon.
Fubllihed Htety l'.renliig Bxcopt Sunday, Eslom, Ore.
I (InrarUblr In Adrsuce.)
Dallr. bj carrier, per year (4.00 I'cr month too
OftllT, by mull, per year. 4.00 i'cr month 85a
Weekly, by mull, pur ycur- '.00 Six months ..60c
More Than 20
Ingredients give to Hood's Sar
saparilla Its great curative power -nower
to euro many and vnried com
plaints, Including diseases of the blood,
ailments of tho stomach, troubles of
the kidneys and liver.
Many of the ingredients are just what
tho profession prcscribo in tho ailments
named, but tho combination nnd pro
portions aro peculiar to this medicine, and
rIvo it curative power peculiar to itself.
Therefore, there can bo no substitute
for Hood's. Get it in tho usual liquid
form, or in tablets called Saraatabs.
SAL3M HARD HIT AND HAS LOST FRIENDS.
The failure of the $350,000 appropriation bills hits the
Capital City hard,
IT HITS US WHERE WE LIVE.
The refusal of the legislators to return to the city and rati
fy the error was not remarkable,
TOO MANY OF THEM HAD THEIR TOES TRODDEN UPON.
But for the good-will engendered by the Board of Trade
banquet Salem might have fared worse,
As it was, enough had been done TO LEAVE A BAD
TASTE IN MANY MOUTHS.
Salem must send men of bigger calibre and broader views
to one house at least, and perhaps both,
The little fellows who were stepped on HAVE THEIR RE
VENGE AT SALEM'S EXPENSE.
The Capital Journal did not beliqve it was good business
for any Salem man to propose to abolish the Normal Schools,
The day is coming when Salem will need friends TO HOLD
THE STATE CAPITAL AND THE STATE FAIR.
No Salem man can afford to fight other counties having
Sonators from Lane county and Benton county WERE IN
THE SAME BOAT.
But the battle Is over and no use to cry for spilled milk,
Salem will need to put forward hor strongest and best men
In tho next legislature to hold her own and make new friends,
How kindly tho Oregonian glosses ovor the "extravagance"
of tho state of Washington,
IT ONLY ASKS FOR SEVEN MILLIQN DOLLARS IN THE
How awfully It roasted the Oregon legislators who appropri
ated a littlo loss than half that amount,
EVERYTHING OREGON DOES IS WRONG, says tho Ore
gonian, Everything Washington does is right,
Tho Oregonian bettor move to. Washington,
It knovs tho people of that state WOULD NOT TOLER
ATE ITSPOLICIES SIX MONTHS.
But poor old Orogon will havo to stand for it for. years
In all conscience, Oregon legislator appropriated enough,
Much of tho sovon millions appropriated in Washington
comos OUT OF THEIR MILLIONS OF SCHOOL FUNDS.
In Oregon taxes mount highor and higher,
Tho people will not oncliuo much longer THE INCREASE
Othor statos put a limit on tho amount of direct taxes
that can bo levied for state pumosos,
Tho amount of direct tfixos for county purposes SHOULD
It is not tho amount appropriated in Washington that
It is tho misappropriation of funds and the property that
osonpos taxation that hurts in OrogQii.
YOUNG LOOKED GOOD TO THEM.
Tho Washington correspondent of the Oregonian thought
Sonntor Bourne committed A GREAT BLUNDER in showing to
tho committee of Senators his candidate foi postmaster at
But tho Sonatois though otherwise, They do not read the
HE LOOKED GOOD TO THEM.
Young Is not a handsome man, but he has brains.
Ho Is an organizer, a master of details, one of the world's
Ho has a singod-cat appearance TO THE'FAT AND SLEEK
DUDES and parasites of the national capital,
Mr, Young is a man who has left his mark on Oregon poll
tics, Ho has boon a poor man all his life. It will seem queer
to him to draw a fat salary, It will look good to him.
HAN FitANOISGO MARKETS.
San Francisco, Fob. 23. Wheat
No. 1 California club, por contal,
1.7G1. 77; California whlto mill
Ing, $1.751.80; Northorn blucstom,
?1.8i 1.05; off grados wheat,
$1.G031.70? reds, $1.70 fl 1.72 .
Darloy Food barloy, $1.40
1.42; common to fair, $1.35(3)
1.40; browing, at San Francisco,
nominal at, $1.45 1.50; chovallor,
$1.501. CO, according to quality.
Eggs Por dozon, California fresh,
lncludln cases, oxtraB, 29c; firsts,
28c; seconds, 27c; thlrdB, 20 &c;
pullots, nolcct, 27 VtC.
U utter Por 0 pound, California
frosh, extras, 36c; firsts, 33c; sec
onds, 301c; storngo California 6x
tra, 32jC? Indies, oxtras, 23 c.
Wow Chccso Por pound, Califor
nia flats, fancy, 14Vc; firsts, 12 c;
seconds, 11 Mi! California Young
America, fancy, lGc; firsts, lGc;
Ehstorn Now York choddnrs, fancy,
17c; Oregon flats, fancy, II Vic;; do
Young Amorlca, fancy, lGV&c; Cali
fornia storago, fancy, flats, 13c) Oro
gon flats, fancy, 11 Vic; do Young
Potntoos Por contal, rlvor whites,
$1.551.G0; Iompoc Durbnnks, $2;
do Salinas, $ 1.75 (j-..85; do Orogon,
$1.0501.85; owoot potntoos, por
crnto, $1.50; do por sack, $1.25.
Onions Por sack, Orogon, $2.26.
Ornngox Nnvols, standard, $1.25
2.25 por box; fancy, $2 2.50;
Tnngorlncs, half orango boxes, $1
1.50; Mandarines, por box, 75o$l.
Store 18 20c
Eastorn 30 35c
Duylng prices, per cwt. .80c $1.25
Sweats, por cwt $2.26
' Fresh Fruits.
Oranges $2 3
Orapes, crnto $G7
Poars, box 75c $1.00
Cranberries, barrol . .$14.0015.00
Uannnns, pound 5 5 V6
Onions, por cwt $1.2501.50
Flour, per sack ..$1.25
Eastorn Orogon $1.60
Bran, por sack 95c
Shorts, per sack $1.35 1.50
Wheat, por bu $1.05
Local Wholesale Market.
Whont, por bushol .90c
Oats, per bushol 45c
Flour, nnrd wheat $5.00
Flour, valley , $4.25
Mill feed, shorts $32
Mill fcod, bran $30
Hops, 1908 crop 5 7c
Hops, 1907 crop 2 3 Vic
Chlttlm bark 3 6c
Wool, coarso 13c
Woo, medium 15c
Mohair ..., .'.20c
Hay, cheat $13.00
Hay, clovor $12.00
Potntoos, bushol 40045c
Apples, bushol 50c $1.00
Onions, por cwt 86 90c
Prunos, por pound 1 V 4 v$ c
Cranberries, Howo's vnrloty, bbl
Hotter and Eggt.
Dttttor, creamery 37c
Chccso, twins 15c
If you had positive proof that a certain remedy for
female ills had made many remarkable cures, would you
not feel like trying it?
If during the last thirty years we have not succeeded in
convincing every fair-minded woman that Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has cured thousands and thou
sands of women of the ills peculiar to their sex, then we
long for an opportunity to do so by direct correspondence.
Meanwhile read the following letters which we guarantee
to be genuine and truthful.
Pntcrson, N. J. "Buc for Lydia E. Pinkliam's VcRCtablo
Compound I would not bo alive to-day for I was n, miserable
sufferer for four or f lvo years. Tho doctors Bald it was Chuno
of Lite and I suffered untold agonies.
" I had road that Lydia 13. Pinkhanrs Vegetable Compound
ns good for fomalo ti
crreat rullut at onco. an.
Lydia 3. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound for it, and gladly
reat relief at onco, and to-day I am a well woman.
Aocu in , lato dollttra Mini charac
ter at the uint I lino.
A good combination Dollars
wml Chi racier-- and both obtain
able thiuugh a determination to
It takes staying qualttles to win
out. but It pays big dlvldeuds for
Start a savings acoouut with us.
jKALHM FRUIT UNION
Tho director of tho Salem Fruit
Union held a meeting yostordny at
tho Hoard Of Trade and elected tho
ProsldentGharlo L. MoNnry.
VIce-prosldont 0. 0. Constable,
Secretary E. C Armstrong.
Treasurer Jos llnumgartnor.
Tho otllcora havo Issued a call lor
tie paymont of all funds outstand
ing for stock ulrondy sold.
A Reliable Remedy
Ely's Cream Balm
It qukll; ttotUd,
Choi Relict at Once.
It rUtan-it, soothes,
l.tU tuul protects
lue in. tutM worn.
Lruuo rvMtliiug from Catarrh and drive
away aUold m the Hood quickly. ltetorM
tho 8u of Ttwto uud BuielU Full size
SO ots. at DruggUt or by mail, liquid
Cream lUlm fur uo iu atoiuhur?5 cts,
Ely brother, M Wornm Street, Now York.
Wheat Track Prices.
Turkoy nod 95n
Hod Kusalnn 90c
Ornlinin, 1 VI saolc $1.10
Wheat, wholo $1.06
Feed , $20.60
No. 1 whlto $33.00
OutH, por bushol 50 ft 55
Choat, por ton $15.00Mfi.00
WlllKinetto vnl.' fuutiy tImothy$lG.OO
Wlllnmotte vnl ordinary. .. .$13.00
IJMHtern Oregon, fauoy $20.00
Shorts, country -..$31.00
Shorts, olty $30.00
V. O. Twlua lStffflGc
I O. Triplets 16tt4PlGe
Young A merlon ..,,..., 17c
CrtMin brick lSC20o
Swlw. block lS(T20a
Hoga, fancy ..7ViCSc
UogH, ordinary G7o
Hoga, largo Co
Voal, extra 9 10c
Voal, ordinary 7 T So
Veal, honvy 6c
Mutton, fancy G fl' 7c
Cottage roll lie
Uogular short clears, suiokod. . .13c
Ditto, uiisiiiokud 12c
Clonr. baoks, uuamoked , 12c
OloHr baoks, smoked 13c
I'hlokcns. mixed 1 2 & 1 3c
lions, fancy 13Qltc
ItooBtors, old 10c
lirollors nnd fryors ....... lGtfM 7c
Drossed poultry, 1 cent pound high
er. Ducks 15&lGc
Geese, live 10llc
Dressed ....... t 20 C 23c
Fancy ., 35 37c
Choice ... 30c
HON. JOHN H. SCOTT
GOES TO PORTLAND
J ud go Scott nnd wlfo will romovo
to Portland In a fow days, whoro ho
has takon a position with tho Jacob
Stlno Co., real oatato men. Ho ban n
farm of 1G0 acros near Ilco Noedham
and a largo tract of timber laud near
Marlon, and somo proporty near Gor
vals. Ho was county Judgo for eight
years, and will now hecomo a rosi
dont of Portlnnd, nlong with Frank
W. Powers nnd J. II. Shopnrd, wltli
tho snmo firm.
Judgo Scott was a gradunto of tho
Michigan law school, and Bottled
recommend it to any woman Ntif ferlug from Change of Life or
female troubles." Mrs. Wm. Somorvllle, 11)5 Hamburgh Ave.,
I'ntor.soii, N. J".
Melbourne, la. "I am thankful for the great good TiYdla E.
Pinkliam's Vegotablo Compound has dono me. I suffered many
years from chronic inflammation and hearing down pains and
was unable to do my work.
" Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored mo to
health after all other means had failed, and to-day I am a living
advertisement for it." Mrs. Clara AVatcriuanu, It, D. No. 1,
There is absolutely no doubt about the ability of this
grand old remedy, made from the roots and herbs of our
fields, to cure female diseases. We possess volumes of
proof of this fact, enough to convince the most skeptical.
For 30 years Lydia 13. Pinkliam's Vegetable
Compound lias been tho standard remedy for
fomalo ills. No, sick woman does justice to
herself who will "not try tlds famous medicine.
Mado exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to Its credit.
' Mrs. Plnkham invites all siclc women
to write hor for advice. She has
guided thousands to health frco of charge.
Address Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Mass.
I An Injunction Suit
I A damago and Injunction suit has
I boon filed In tho circuit court by G.
I W. Schlndlor and O. D. Hartman
Jn ngnlnot Frank Hnsklo, ot nl. Tho
t tin I nil ft a nllArrA Ih Mii-iIm nnmnln Int
Snlom a poor young mnn, but vory ;. , " "'"-"" " ",u" .i..
olovnted to tho office of "u l IUJ u Ul" "'l'
county Judge. Ho boenmo vory ac
tive In good roads mnttor, nnd for
sevoral years has boon proBldont of
Uture Just closed he had Introduced
mid worked hard for tho Johnson
mad law, nnd If It had passed tho
house would probably lijvvo boon np
A cough that has boon hanging on
for ovor two months by taking Dal
lard's Horohound Syrup. If you have
a cough don't wait stop it at once
with tbis wonderful remedy. Splen
did for coughs, colds on chest, Influ-
onzn, bronchitis and pulmonary
lands In section 34, t G b, r 1 o, and
thftt Frank Hnsklo, ot nl., cut somo
timuor from their land nnd had bom i troubles. Prion 2Gc. BOn nnd
DHYUIHl VDlin HUM II LIU 11 IIIUHIUUIIL Ul I , .
the state association. In the logBlconJ,,1,,,B - before tho com- Sold by all dealers
111111111 WHS lllUll, lilU IIUIUIIUO I13K
jt'dgmont for $500 to covor tho
amount of timber cut from tholr land
by tho dofondants and that tho court
point, d at the head of tho good roads ?-0, thom rom fu'thop m,08t"'B
mu imuiuiij iii ijuuniiuii. nuuiuujio
C. i. MoNnry and J. II. McNnry aro
nppoarlng for tho plaintiffs.
comiiiliw'oii on n salary ot $3000 a
yenr. The salary ha has rocolvod s
county Jnulge was n beggarly one jf
$1200 n yonr, on which n mnn coold
hardly make n living. But by ooon-, KoUo, , ccinblunt,on of R
omy nhd close nttontlon to private. . , ,, . , , , ,
J Mn..a.br. nronortv. Ho ro-' '"' W'T 'tomiich. and wilt , Wotohj Iom of appetite namsca but
r.tj vrv inuoh to leavo Salem. nd -- r !00 " " nmurni way
Kalsor Wllholtu Is familiar with
sevoral langunges, nhd It Is'suspoctod
that he has convorsed too much In
somo of thom.
Tho Crhno of Idleness.
IdlontsB moans troublo for anyone
It Is the same with n lazy liver. It
onuses constipation, hendacho, Jaun-
dee, sallow complexion, pimples and
Dr. King's New Life Pills soon ban-
, , " ""'" "" P1(M.gftlU t0 tnlt8 Sold bv ... drUff4!lsh liver troublos and build up yont
ays he will always have a warm , U,t to tnU9, So,d b Rlt drUff4 lmUU. 25c nt j, c Porry.8
!n his heart fpr this city.
.Many SlecpH'fs NlgtitH, Owing to r
Persistent rough. Hellef
Poiufd nt iJtttt,
"For sevoral winters past my wlf.
has been troubled with n most 'jc:
slstont and d'nsagrejwhle co-rjli
blob Invariably oxtonded ovor A
period of sworal weoks and caiue I
hor many slooplosa nights," writes
Will J. Hayner. oilltor of th nurtey.
Colo., Uullotln. "Various remedlos
wore tried each yoar. with no ben
tlolal results. In November last the
cough again put In nn appoaranco
and my wlfo, acting on tho sug
gOJtlon of a frlond, purchased a bot
tle of Ohamberlaln'3 Cough Romody
Tho rosult was, Indeed, marvelous
Aftor throe dosea tho cough entirely
disappeared and has not manifested
itself since." This remedy Is for snlo
by Dr. Stone's Drug Store.
Young owes should, ns a rulo. nov
or be brel under 14 mouths,
De WtU's Utile B.rly Utaars, gen
Ua. U7, plenwir.t, little llvor pill
Sojd bj' all 'regglstv
Ouba ought Hf to forget thut the
Hxt reotverll will ho a.' iwrws
SupniiiH' Court SiiNtalii Imw.
Washington, Feb. 23. The Arkan
sas anti-trust law was deolsired con
stitutional today by the United States
supremo court, upholding a fine of
$10v000 agalust the lUmmond Pack
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