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JBTIlNXSG Oju?rla-L JOOKNaL, SAT.TTBDAT, SEPTEMBER a, is3.'
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'TI!E "CAPITAL JOIMAL.
rTJBMHUKD DAILY, EXCEPT BUNDAY,
"Capital Journal Publishing Company.
i'.wlomco Block. Commercial Street.
'HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors.
Ijally, by carrier, pr month,-
Dally, bv wall, per year,
Weekly, 8 pages, Pr year
TUB 8LANDKR J1ILL8.
, This fair city of peace has In Its day
liadf&,reptftatIou for being the starting
pTaceof a$rcat many uewspapers and
thVgruveyard of nearly us many more.
Lured on by the deceptive1" charm of,
(beluga state capital, and lu the pres
ence of the' corruption and partlsau
scandals always bred at a seat of gov
ernment, this has been a rich field
for the polklcSil'adventurer, file pfofes?
slonal DlacKinaiier, anil ine newspaper
Salem has been (subjected with the
output of the scandal mill for a year
past First the alleged asylum scandal?
filled the columns of this scavenge!
press that poses3ea none of the iu
stlucts of decent juuruullsm. Wha
was the result? Did it achieve any n
form ? Beyond blackmailing the nana
of a pure woman, Miss Lillian Bobllu,
who was afterward uiiluiully declared
innocent of all wrong, the ulandei
mills did nothiog but corrupt and de
grade their readers.
The state board of charities that paid
heed to the scandal mougering report
ers and editors was unanimously abol
ished and bad no one to say a word ii.
Jts behalf. Next the sewer reportei
worked up the Mrs. Tdlio DeLeon
BOaridal, an nflair that with the otherx
cost the county and Btate hundreds and
thousands of dollars and resulted In
rendering a family very unhappy and
blackening the good name of a hitherto
blameless wife and mother. Of course,
the smut mill reporters and publishers
sold papers and made a living and put
Bupt. Downing in an unenviable light.
That they had to confess themselves
liars in court was nothing to them or
their enjoyment of life, liberty and
happiness. Next the slander mills
charged The Journal with trying to
blackmail one Shaw. This proved a
boomerang, for the reputation of the
men they attacked was never for a mo
ment called in queat'on and they
served a man who waa thoroughly rot
ten for a few dirty dollars, and every
court decided against them. It was
nothing to them that they shielded a
man guilty of flagrantly immnrul con
duct, it was nothing to them that a
family had been disgraced and they be
came the tools of the debaucher. But
that thoy should sell their columns to
charge crime where It did not belong to
screen the guilty man that capped the
climax of all past achievements. All
that has been done since has only been
a continuation of the work of these
slanderers and scandal mongers.
They seem to be animated with a mad
ness to build themselves up by grovell
ing in filth and iliuglug their sewage
at others to distroy their reputations.
This Is not tho way men are made great
and strong for careers ot usefulness to
their fellow citizens. Charaoter build
ing Is not a process of defilement. The
Blander mills are useful In a way.
Thoy roveal what certain ludiylduala
would do if they had powor over
others. It Is well that those who
readily bolievo evil have no authority
and control over the community. If
they wore iu a position to pass judg
mont and enforce decrees In matters
where they are now only sulf-decelved
society would be In great danger. But
those who erect and furnish the means
to run the scandal mills have a grave
responsibility to faco in the future.
They and their families will reap the
harvest that they sow. Injustloe and
Inhumaulty only reproduce themselves,
aud thoso who enjoy tho practice
of cruelties aud the torturers of the
helpless vIoMiub of the slander mills
will live to see them practiced upou
themselves. Salem will reap a harvest
of tares from the columns of degrada
tion that have boon poured luto thou
sands of families needlessly the past
year. Wo hope for the best. But who
can doubt but that tho moral tone and
taudard of a community are lowered
by a reckless scaudal mungerlug press?
Whatsoever ye sow, that shall ye reap.
How to Oct a Handsome Husband.
HVheu'er some lucky Indian maiden
Found a red ear In the huaiiuir.
Uutkat' cried they aittelber
Mush aP you shall buve a ih iuert
You shall uavo haudsome husband."
Tho hundsomo mau always admires
the beautiful womuu, Thuu simply
make yourself beautiful. ItemoyouFl
blotches, pimple?, "forked signs of tur
key tracks" from ynur features, by the
imvofDr, I'iercu's Kuvorltu i'lesorlp
tlon, a toulo to the nervous, circulatory
and procreatlvo systems, lis use brings
roeett to the cheeks uud sparkle to the
ryes. TitKe ll, utiu you win, liuo the
Indian maiden, find a "red tar11 In
iroodfaeMlth.au omen of future hannl.
new, Guaranteed to give autUfactiun
In every owe, or mouey paid fur It re-funded,
Ulan Bomjkhh,- The greutest thing
It) tM K'fOfiM'y buslBOsti Is to always
srl ihsmi ou9 ih tw umrw ?,',S
and wake prompt deliveries.' Clark AluuaucnnauaiwniaiustteUn.xiaiir. I
typty tak tfa kd o. ttM poluuj TO""7' Mm NUou1 -t"Utof.l
Howiwcll I rememberiaabt fall ottho rally.
I marcbel in the fine wld the workln" mln.
And felt just as nrourt as a king at behouldlngi
The faUot the rich and the rise" of the poor
dure mat's what tney louia me was mini oj
And no wonder (hit I was elated at that.
As I slipped to the music Justlike an old soger
And wore a big roosbter On the top o' me hat.
I envied the boss wld his rlchei and comforts.
No share of the profits VA git If agin
I voted to kape up the tariff that only
Protected the bosea and hardened the mln.
AU sure. I'll got even now wld ye.my honeys,
I'll vote Juso as sure ai my name It Is Pat
For G rover, and thin, at the ratification,
I'll wear a big rooshter on the top o' me hat
I done it, bad luck, to thrfday an th? hour,
tm ilka to racsdl that same Tote If I could.
And once ogln'heax the onJahtame whistle
rait, n 4 I it
' That called me U"work when thef times they
were good. "''
The boss he look worriedthe f oFeman Is sour,
The onldinill's desert?d and gloomy at that,
And all I have lift foFmy share af the glory
lathe ouldbatbercd rooshter I wore on my
I mustered up courgo one day to spake to him
And ask him hw long we'd be Idle. Von see
The mill had been closed for a fortnight, an'
Wld not a clnt comln wis tellln on me.
lie seas to me, "Pat, you au' I will both sutler;
Me blznesa Is crippled, me credit Is fl it,
"Uutlf'cr git hungry, yes know," herald
"Yrz cm nto the ould rooshter yez worn on
your hat "
o there's the wbolo story, and none can deny
The truth must be tould though the heavens
Wo made a mlstske In deleatln' the party
That gave us protection, good moneyandall.
In four years nvm now yez may talk tlllyon're
An' arglfy-tlll you're as gray as a rat,
But (f that party 1 again triumphant
The dlvll a roosbter yez'll see on me hat,
By 0. C. H., In Bloomlngton Pantagrape.
Board of Equalization Sustain lAaes
sor Coffey in Raising, the Valua
tion of tho S. F. 'Road.
The representatives of tho Southern
Puclflo railroad have been the most
persistent and vigorous kickers that
have appeared before tho board of
Equalization, and yesterday were be
fore the equalizers for the third and
Assessor Coffey raised the valuation
of the road from $3500 to toQOO per mile,
and the representatives argued this was
unjust and tried in vain to show tbo
board why such a rnlso should not be
made. The argument of the railroad
representatives was tho plea of bard
times and relating the fact of having
discontinued one train from Albany to
Portland, besides having cut down ex
penses along every line possible,
While it no doubt is true that the
road Is not making as much money as
it would like, yet the raise of value by
assessor Coffey from $3500 to $5000, is not
qulto unreasonable and on the basis of
the new valuation will not require the
corporation to bear more lhau its just
proportion of taxation, and the board
decided to stand by the raise.
The statement that Coffey bad made
a horizontal raise of GO per cent on all
property is incorrect. No horizontal
ralso has been made. The valuatio'u of
some property according to the new as
sessment roll Is 200 per cent above what
it was last year though such cases aie
very rare, and in a few Instances It is
not assessed as high as last year. As a
wholo, tho valuation of property is
much higher, perhaps 40 percent above
tho valuation of last year. As Is well
known, pro port j" Is not yet assessed at
its full value, but undec the last assess
ment will reach approximately 50 per
cent of actual value.
Assessor CoftYy states that If ho Is
wrong in tho assessment of the South
ern Puclflo railroad is in rating it too
low, Ho certainly has not valued It
too high ami this the representatives
of tho road well knew. They would
uot answer the repeated question by
the board "How mueh Is your road
worth per mllo," Thoy were aware
that money on a mortgage of $20000 per
mile had been realized. Putting the
valuation at the amount of tho mort
gage aud the company pays tax od
only 25 per cent of .tho real value of the
road and It should bear l(s full ahare of
tho county taxes,
Tho board have been ve'ry positive
with the representatives of tho road In
their refusal to reduce tho valuation on
the property and thepopla would havo
been satisfied with nothing less.
VIGOR of men
and HllbMrsJnof lt
xetutt Us Mtulti ot
ovsmoik, , slotuoss,
dnJopiueol soJ too
iHitioa cr tu body.
S.UI) rtttttaev. Hook,
Bxplauttou and proofs
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Willamette University, Salem, Or,,
School of music for piano, organ, violin,
singing, orchestral instruments, Harmo
ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration
and higher musical composition, JNo
better grade of work done west of th
Itocky mountains. Prices low. Seven
teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4th.
Send for annual year book or address,
Z. M. Parvln, Mus. Doctor, musical
director. 8 0 2md&w
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul, Marion County, Oregon.
Conduced by the -Inters of the Holy Names ol
Jesuaand Mary. The location aQordsall that
do be desired for healthful outdoor exercise.
Ht. Pual can be easily reached by boats on the
Willamette. The buildlne Is newand uupDlted
wuh all the mod-rn Improvements. The
cou rse or study Is complete.
Stenography and Typewriting Taught,
For further par tlcu'ars apply to Ulster Rnpor.
Oldest, Highest and Most Extended
Institution of Learning in the Pacific
Northwest. Sixteen courses of Instruction, from
Grammar, through Academic and Col
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Splendid Courses for Training in
Teaoblng, Business, Art, Elocution
and Music. Several Post Graduate
Coureea. Stronger and better than ever.
It's Woman's College affords an ideal
home for young ladies with unsurpassed
facilities fur their care and training.
The school year opens Sept. 4, 1893.
Por Year Book and all information
relating to school management aud
course of study, address,
President QEO.WHITAKER, D.D.
For financial information, address,
Rev. J. H. ROORK, Agent,
8-22-d&w Salem, Oregon.
DOWN GO THE RATES!
The Union Pacific now leads with re
duced rates to eastern points, and theli
through car arrangements, magnltlo
ently equipped Pullman aud Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car and
fust time, make it the best lime to trav
el. Two trains leave from Portland
dally at 8:45 a. m. and 7;30 p. m. The
rates aro uow within reach of all, and
everybody should take advantage of
inem to visu me woria's rair und their
friends In the east Send for rates and
schedules of trains, aud do uot purchase
tickets until after consulting Boise &.
Barker, agents, Salem, Or.
. . .. w H Huhlbukt,
Ass't Geu'l Rass. Agent, U. P.,
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreadful dlseaso that science has
been able to cure In all Its stages and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cure uow kuown to
the medical fraternity., Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure la taken lutemallv. actlnir dlrwtlv
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
tho system, thereby destroying the
lounaation or the Obeao, aud giving
the patient slrei'mth by building up the
constitution, and assisting nature In
doing its work. The proprietors have
so much faith In its curative now..
that they oiler One Hundred Dollars
for auv cane that It falls m inrw Bn.i
fur list of testimonial.
Address, F. J. Cheuty A Co.. To
ledo, O aarn'd by drugtfUU. 75c.
MONEY TO L0AN
uaiaproya Mat itaif, )n amonou aod
Uiuoloaulu .Noditlav InrohUdrriu loan.
uti. .louina ironiurfl!
FEAR (St FORD,
Boom U, llttta Baak block, fi 1M
AN EXPERIENCE OF TRAVEL.
Vtovr n tVomun TVas 'Well Repaid Fop a
Little Hit of Kindness.
It was n woman who was talking
a little, giddy looking thing but
she -was Kpoaking quite nervously to
ber-travoling companions, telling a
story of her experience on a former
"Yes," she was saying, "Mrs. B.
was with mo, and I had my terrier
clong, as I -was going home on a vis
it, and as usual with women who are
Iraveling I didn't havo any too much
yaouey ; in fact, I had spent all my al
lowance except a dollar and was
cshamed to let Jim know, so when
the conductor told me I must send
that dog to the baggage car and pay
$1 for him at the end of the trip I
felt pretty bad."
"Mean old thing I" chorused the
"He said that it wasn't his fault
that the dog was a perquisite of tho
"And then he tied him up and
didn't give him a drink nor any"
"No, ho didn't 1 Wait a minute.
The car was crowded, and there
wasn't a vacant seat At one of tho
stations 'a tall, slim old lady with
white hair got in and stood leaning
against the side of the car door. I
was cross and disagreeable and for a
moment I just let her 6tand. Then
I felt ashamed of myself, and giving
tho i dog to my friend I went and
asked the woman to take my seat
She did not want to, but I told her I
was going to walk up and down tho
car aisle for exercise, "which I did."
"That was just hko you,Nolly"
"N.o, it wasn't I'm awfully selfish,
but wait. After the car started a
man in a checked gingham blouse
and blue overalls came in and talked
-to tho old lady and called her 'moth
er. When he went out again, she
told us what a good son he was. At
the next station we stopped 20 min
utes, and Mrs. B. went out on the
platf orm.and we walked up and down
with Fido and left the mother and son
to visit together. And what do you
think? He was tho horrid baggage
man, and ho let me keep Fido and
'wouldn't take a cent for him, though
I offered lum the last dollar I had.
He said that a seat for his mother
was worth more than that. Now,
wasn't that; a pleasant experience?"
and the little woman smiled over the
memory. Detroit Free Press.
An Interesting Family.
It seemed to bo a ball of closely
packed wool or brown hair about an
inch in diameter moving steadily
along tho path. As there was no
wind and no apparent explanation
of tho movement of this mysterious
body I approached nearer, upon
which it ceased moving, and was to
all appearance just what it had at
first seemed to be. Knowing that
there must be life in or about it
somewhere, I proceeded to poke it
with my umbrella. Just as the tip
of the staff was about to touch it the
object instantly spread out several
inches in all directions, the whole
mass again becoming motionless.
In the center of the figure thus
formed was revealed a large spider
ready to do battle for its young, the
surrounding patch of brown matter
which had radiated from it being
composed of myriads of httle spi
ders, each so small that a single one
alono would scarcely have been dis
cernible to thoeyo. Harper's Young
A Saleswoman's Hard Question.
A lady had almost decided to buy
the coat she was trying on. The
weary saleswoman breathed a sigh
of relief. The customer had been
hard to suit. Even yet she fingered
tho buttons and twitched the sleeves
"What was this fur when it was
alivot" she asked abruptly as she ad
justed tho collar,
The saleswoman hesitated and
stammered. Sho was torn between
a businesslike desiro to make a sale
and a conscientious regard for tho
truth.- Her confusion was painful.
"Well, ma'am, wo' have to call it
marten," sho said at last, "but it was
skunk when it waa alive." Youth's
What Sunburn Dee Fur the Face.
Remember this, that while sunburn
is painful and annoying it is also a
great improver of complexions. It
eliminates blotches and pimples,
smooths out rough places and clears
the way for bettor skins. It is Damo
Nature's way of putting now volvet
and .fresh roees into tho faces of her
children. Now York Horald.
An Infallible Test.
"How do you distinguish an old
fowl from a young onel"
"By tho tooth."
"Como, no joking I Fowls have no
"But I havol" Sooolo.
wHt MkT Ms Ixsstle Osmh
sira c wtssty. sww M htsw to
kisn M (jA
W ttiv T4 A sfesBs)tflMttsAft MsVl Mill
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llaTfllOli J: JasMLM I
A college professor has hit upon a
means of mnking pictures of old
coins and similar objects electrically.
Tho coin, medal or engraved plato of
which a figure is-required is made to
form one of tho metallic coatings of
an electrical condenser, a photo
graphic plato or piece of bromide pa
per being placed between the two,
When a condenser so arranged is
subjected to rapid charge for a frac
tion of a second by connecting tho
coatings with tho terminals of an in
duction coil or a similar source of
electricity, tho prepared surface of
the dry plate is chemically altered,
and upon developing the plate in tho
usual manner a picture of tho com
or medal will bo found upon it Pic
tures can bo produced in this man
ner even when the sensitized plates
nave been exposed to full daylight
The best results are obtained by con-ducting-the
process with oxygen un
der a pressure of about two atmos
pheres. New York Telegram.
"Freedom of Worship" In Itussla.
If the Saviour himself should ap
pear, poor and unknown, in ia! Rus
sian peasant village, as ho appeared
in Galilee 19 centuries ago; if he
should speak to the people the same
words that ho spoke in Galilee and
that are recorded in the four gos
pels, ho would not bo at liberty 24
hours. Ho would first be handcuffed
and sent to the pale of settlement by
etapo as a Jew, and then, if he con
tinued to teach, he would be rear
rested and "thrown into prison. If
he finally escaped crucifixion at the
hands of tho holy orthodox church
whioh bears his name, it would be
only because crucifixion has been su
perseded in Russia by exile, incar
ceration in tho "heretic cells" of re
mote monasteries and deportation to
tho mines of Transbaikalia. George
Kennau in Century.
A Knife With 1,800 Blades.
Probably the most remarkable knife in
the world is that in tbo curiosity room of
the factory of Joseph Rodgers & Sons in
Sheffield, England. It has 1,690 blades, and
10 blades aro added every 10 years. Another
curiosity is three pairs of scissors, all of
which can be covered by a thimble. New
Ollle X. Archer
"I have been suffering from hip disease
for eight yean, haying three running sores
onmylilp. I began to take
and It has glVen mo a perfect cure. I feel
confident that it sa eil my life." Ou-jk I,
Ancncn.130 Ihnllcy Street, Dayton, Ohio.
Hood's PI1I3 awist dlsestlon and cura '
heiUache. SoldbyalldruseiaU. 25c
Before Going to tho Wojld's Pair
The Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
between St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vestibuled. electric
lighted and steam heated, with the flu
est Dining and Sleeping Car Service iu
The Electric reading light In each
berth is the successful novelty oftbh
progressive age, and ia highly appreciat
ed by all regular patrons of thlH Hue.
We wish others to know its merits, at
the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way ia the ouly line In the west eujoy-
iukiuo cauiuaive use 01 mis patent.
For further Information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
vs. j. xuody, ueneral Agent,
J. W. Casey, Tra v. Pass. Agt,
226 Stark St., Portland. Or. tf
Oregon State Fair.
Under the management of the State
Board of Agriculture, on the Btate
Fair Grounds near Salem, commenc
ing September 11th, 1803, aod con
tinuing one week.
MORE THAN $15,000 IN CASH f
Will be ttald as tirwmtnma fni aiA.k wAn,
Bwlna Agricultural Products, Kruiti. .NatKe
Woads, bluerals, Works f Art ani Kancy
ww urn. aa ri inr iriais nr anaAis "
ieducdUteaofFarea and Freights
ob All Trwisportatioa Unas.
PA VIU'iN optn four evenlnes durlna-thB
week, v?lth good muslo in aUendanceT
TukNii.&GUAND HTANDlS?'th. new
nculaUonTrackamoorletto bo among
cMoOoaiu0 D1 th" be"ton -BHI.KNnin
mCTrer nu uncorv
&Jh"l Hered Wnhcaa' ntU?be
beai Held or bones tbU year that baa been on
Uav.bn nmdeon tieirouud.and bulldlrSi:
vainama umti h,ndim. 'tM
1 HHfcM MM L ST.
onlatx'bnTL"'1 ltaU the credit
ntrlfK ftir lrmima .!.. ..
Crt day of lha FVlr. and Khir. tr.,.Tnf
Plaoe by 1Q p m o(Ratd day
.1 a. " ? - -z " , wm aa aaaaa w au
Women's BaionTiekt " """
women's Bay Ticket
llaoa Track Ttcketa, Ual.y.
V. amen ta Um. nr.- irZTZ"
4'CatorUUtow!l adapted tocluIrea that
I recommend Itaa superior to any iweilpUoo
known to me." H. A. JUenxa, K. D.,
Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T.
"The M of '.Caitoria'b sounlTersal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse Is. Few are the
Intelligent families who do not keep Caatorla
within easy reach."
. CaaLog Makttx, D.D.,
Completed and ready to, wait on customers; v Hbrseflliboarded' by day on
, iHuuauio (uiua. no tteep a mil nua. vi xruCK", JjrayB HaQ t.lli
meet all demands. Also keep the finest Stallions'in this county, forwrti
neatest and-dressiest'mann8r, aake them to the
TWn Art ai 1 I vvdl W .am. m. !- . L-i. n.llu J J 1 I
"u"c " "wa io uuiib uv wiiue luqor ana in me mostprti
manner. , , COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
THE LEADING IHDEPENDB
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his daily paperand know, the stae'pf (the market and
news of the world.
Editorial comment is fearless and independent.
by,its publishersto secure good, gpvernmeiit for the
able to.deahjustly and fairly with all.
Complete Telegraphic, ' State, Capital,
eign J MarkefenclfCrop News,
The Onlv Ona, HAnf. NAwananAPm. t!i ClnnsL J"
' than any Bhr weeklies that coat $9 to $12 a yr
No papers sent aftox time ;s out.
AiI4few4eiI'Iajr'fcrUlItSfls ef Re-1
for Infants and Children.
Castorta cats Colic, Ooactrnatin.
"-- """J, saw proaot(l
W!iboa Injurious medlcaUoa.
For aereml Years T h
Xnwnr F. Piann. V. n
"Tho Wlnthrop," lth Street and Tiiln,
Thk C:moR CoMrattT, 77 Umuur Stout, Nrr Ton
j JJarn and'realdence 2block south ofj puatofflce. BYAN &, (fil
If you would be clean and Lave your clotheadonet
.?S'A.l,W,'Mi SOTKAlVr LAUNDRY!
REPUBLICAN . PAPER
"OF THE VALLEY.
These low hard times rates enable every farmer toj
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