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BVBSISG- CAPITAL JOTTBAIj, THTTRSDAT, TOVEiLBEK 9, !
TBE CAPII4L JOBBHL
roBtxiHzo dailt. Frtcrrz bcjsbat.
Capfal Jearaai Pabfeftmg Corapany
Patio-Sat ETcjfc. OwEBasre&I Kree.
H0F830THEB5, - - - Edfea.
lyutf, or rob, p j-
Weestr.r psf f year
02W5'i MBIBC5D Ba!L811 0)Jt-
Vada the head et "-Tfeeir Salaries
Oalyanf Iriipertsns;" the Esgeae
Guard rprfatt tfiSi:
The S!em Statesman has dfemrered
rayvtba porralli Times thit tfa oqIj
Ib&re&sftoa contused in a pabibbed
report! of ta proceedings of the railroad
ectnmwfcioa is that "no btiiinesa of ia.
portaBce came cp for cooawJcraiioo,"
nd pertinently Sa the commfeafcra ii
"the temt-ftaBaal impociwn f the rair
roA&j of Ue state and tb revked UrtC
on the Soatheru Pacific are not rastterr
The Guard adds; Tbe point Is we!,
tafcea and show tbeattrr lack of eo
ceptloo by tbe commhlAO of tbe iru
ptrtancr of tbe dats that drrolr
npoa fu member?. As th itrspectlor
of tbe railroads ha nt been totb
eommisefoa a ma'ter of "importance.'
tbe pabUe Is not asared that there wi
not be in tbe nr future another La!c
liibfeb aecideat with mangled remain.
acJ bfeedic? and br-ken limbs. If ar
advance by tbe Sjatbern Pacific of fall
fifty per cent over what the rates eTei
were before there wm a commissioB,
aad at a time when If there waa to be
change at all it should have been a re
daction In rates, U likewise dq import
ant to this cud mission, then tbe ob
der fa what manner of proceedings
woald It be that wuald strike tbls com
mission as "important." They have
not beard, perhaps, tbat freight rate
on tbe Soot hern Pacific bare becoo
ao exborbit&nt tbat all summer !onz
Eagene shippers have been compelled
to baol freight forty mile by team and
it la possible that they bare not learned
that tbe Southern Pacific bu raised
rates at alL TbU failare to compre
hend the "importance" of its duties
will result in the abolishment of an in
fctiintjon, tbat nnder an honest man
agement was beneficial to tbe people.
The o!d commiaelotr condemned tbe
Itobbb bridge as rotten, and pat rates
la force tbat were a reduction. For 'bis
The Joubsai. and tbe independent
preaeof the state commended tbe old
commission. The Journal was op
posed to tbe old commission nntil it
"got In" and did something to
redeem it from tbe record of in
capacity and Inanity which it bad
made In Its earlier history. The Jocm
KAii hoped for better things from tbe
present commission bat its first action
showed It was hopelessly asleep in the
arms of tbe corporation sirens. It will
only awake to fi nd itself abolished and
leaving a bad reputation behind. It
baa cot a reputation for honest manage
ment even. There Is not a newspaper
In tbe state now tbat does net condemn
tbe record of tbe prt-aeul commission so
far as made. Tbe commission at present
does not enjoy tbe confidence of the
people. Ileojoya only the confidence
of the corporation managers who elected
It, and who from the start hive given
it a bad name. Tbe public expect
nothing from tbe present board except
faithful loyal representation of tbe cor
poration Interests which tbey have
chi sen to aerye instead of serving tbe
people wbo are taxed to sapport them.
Home men are born fools. Some make
fools of themselves by loog and pt-mls
teat practice. Others are overtaken by
fatal fillies tbat seem to tie thrust upon
them by external circumstances. With
tbe Oregon Railroad Commission It has
been a dear case of deliberate choice.
SUGUESTKD COM JI E.ST.
Tbe Republican party is not so dead
as some people said it was.
There mutt have been some Ohio
Democrats wbo were not free traders
on election day.
Mary and ber Utile lurab were out on
Tuesday. And Mary and tbe lamb
aeem to nave been most everywhere.
The Chinese have six months more
to enjoy life under a Cleveland admin
istration. They should mike tbe most
Tbe Independent Democrat of lilt
Hols and New York deserve tbe greatest
pralso for their loyalty to good govern
Republicans are dlulug on Mongol
Ian pheasant and venison steaks since
Tuesday. Nothing too good for Mc
Kinky weu. Democrats are living on
Tony Nolmtr, a Pennoyer Democrat,
wm In the Capital City yesterday.
Wfttwau. See here, we thought you
warn friend of the governor'a. A
worse slain was uever given Pennoyer.
Is tbe Unit niue months of 1892 we
ImajmrM old aod silver Iu value of j month. No papets ent after tlmeU.ly oidaim, "Sold again, satanl"
f0,O0,8SO. Xul6D3fortheaamenluuout. Argonaut '
HMsths endlng-Septemfeer 30th, we ex
ported instead IW&Q2&. 2fo won
der the csaatry west RepobKeao
The first stee nsoatfea of l?Ube
balance eC trade la ear favor waaP&T,-
xaflftll- The same nlse month f
Um tbe balaaee of trade against cor
eaeatry was J3S143L The eoantry
eoaMsetbe expected togaanymore
Bemecratle than it bad been getng.
WZ&Y2 TfTC DOW2T AS ASS
Mr. 5'nttlaj'a Cacdidly Expxesaea
Ojfntax of Got. Pesnoyer.
WaHace'XattiBg' pretede to bfe even
ing sermon at Plymouth Cosxregatfoo
al ebareb was en tbe enbject of "Gov.
Peanoyera TbantagiTfagv PricUma
Uoa,'. and toe larze eonsrregatio
heard the pastor's opfaioo ef Peanoyer
aod the predamation expresed as M
MXot hog asro I was telKng a friend
of mine that the newspapers and maga
zines seemed to be rnaning oat, bat
when I read tbe proclamation of Ore
goo's governor, I said: 'Here is some
thing tiew.' It reminds me of tbe story
iSxHit a certain worthy old scientist,
pbiksopber or professor, who wa writ
lag an etiy on the subject of rstIgioo,
and who in it gave tw pages to tbe
J-ca3!foa of heaven aod eighty
eibt to that of belL Some persons,
wbo knew tbe old feMow, insinoated
tbil the esy waso unequally divided
because Its sailor's acquaintance with
tbe Utter sabjct was mach the more
"Gov. Penooyer seems to have tbe
-same trouble. He devotes two lines to
the Weseings of God and the reat of the
proclamation to a campaign document
If it took a great nun to make a great
foot there would be fewer egregioas
ia3 in tbe world. It reminds me
does this choice of tbe people of Oregon,
of tbe old fable of tbe trees starting oat
to find a kiog, beginning with an olive
So one of the trees wanted It, and Aur
ally tbey took a bramble for a ruler
God spoke once through a burning
rash, but tbe bub was not In Oregon
"This proclamation is ahead of any
thing since tbe one Ben Bailer, of naa-
eoas memory, made while governor of
Uiiebuetu. He tried to speak his
folly to the people through tbe moatbs
of Chrisrain ministers, but they refused
to be his mouthpieces. When tbat
proclamation was read at Harvard col
lege, it ceased to grant honorary degrees
to the governors of Ma3achusett3, be
ginning with Butler.
"President Cleveland has set Ji overo-
ber30tb as a day of Tbanksgiving, bat
although the president baa followed
tbe precedent set by former presidents,
Pennoyer has not followed the precede
ent of former govornors. He has set
apart a separate day, November 23.
Perhaps he thought be could not digest
a Tbanksziving dinner eaten on tbe
same day as tbe president's, or perhaps
be did not know when to set tbe date.
"Tbe president and Pennoyer are of
the same political faith, but tbey don't
pull together very well. That is not
uncommon, however; members of tbe
same church often dISer in opinion.
The two men are not alike. Judged by
his public actions, President Cleveland
is a geutleman. Judged by his public
actions, Gov. Pennoyer U an ass. He
w Li ties to bray through tbe mouths of
Oregon's minister. There Is one thing
the people of Oregon have to be thank
ful for that U not down in tbe procla
mation, and that u tbat their names
are not Pennoyer.
"In ibis wonderful document tbe
asinine (governor devotes two lines to
G'mI and the rtsit of hit time to the de
nunciation of a law that was not passed
until the pregeui fiuanelal trouble bad
been on several months. It is bfgb
time tb t men of brains, education and
religion also, Wen being elected to of
fice." STATE NEWH NOTES.
Circuit court meets In Lincoln coun
ty Nov. 27tb.
Tbe bull run timber laud reserve
contains 112,060 aeres; Cascade reserve
4:49200 acre; Ashland reserve, 18.5C0
aures total timberland reserve for Ore
gon, 4,G53,410 acres.
The saw mill at Toledo has shut
Government work at tbe Newport
Jetties has been shut down for tbe pres
ent. Lore's Young Dream.
Love's young dream was a very
bright one, and Its fulfillment will be
bright, too. If the bride will remember
tbat be is a woman, and liable to alt
tbe ills peculiar to her sex. We remind
tin wbo are aultering from any of
idw, mat Dr. fierce' Favorite Pre
scription will renew the bus of youth
In pale and sallow cheeks, correct Ir
ritailng uterine dUeasea, arrest and cure
ulceration and inMainmutlou, and in
fuse new vitality into a wastlue bod v.
'Favorite Prescription" Is the oulv
medicine fur worueu, sold under a pos
itive guarantee from tbe manufacture
that it will give satisfaction la every
case, or money refunded. This guar
antee baa been printed on tbe bottle
wrapper, and faithfully carried out for
CHEAP READINO. Order the
O.nkUknt Daily by mall, 25 cents a
PSRraCT STBSET PAWN'S.
It IiiInlM Iafloen n HuHK, 5s
llMtlaa at Frpfty Tihn.
It is only in American cities having
apepefatkra of mre Usaa 10.00) tint
less than oae-tbrrd of the total teea:
i u ot
of streets snd tstteA proceed as
rapidlyaa nov seems probable, the
eipecdatiirs te tWs wer: in the 'Ksakmef Wete. faadlyef Hart
tesx layeSTvfflasxega cgarard . ( tK toBj are stffl keep
oi. KWQ..im. It is doafetful if j g tiase-aererraryisg a second.
Z3ore inan tv per cent os. toe asreets
of these cities wocJd then be well
FrotnaweH paved etreet abuttrag
real essate derives on increased valee
nartfly ever les, and often many
times more tban the cost apportioned
tort. Itt3 tbereforerishttnatabnt-
tms property sexxttd, as it tsces m
most American cities, bear the cost
of the cocctrcction of a pavement,
which becomes at once a substantial
improvement, having a salable value
on -which the property owner alone
r?n ttSi&ze. The benefits are shared
to some extent by adjacent pToperry
which may not abet on the street,
bat it k doabtf nl if a fair and pracri-
cable apportionment of the cost could
be carried beyond tee border line,
though the justice of this restriction
is almost intolerably strained when
one paved street is compelled to bear
the travel that would pass over oth
ers if put in eqcally good condition.
All calculations of the economies
and proSts of paved streets fad to
encompass the sum of gain from
them, because there s much involved
that is intangible hxmaracter. The
benefit of better sanitary conditions,
with the consequent productiveness
resulting from good health, the sav
ing of expenses for medicines and
the professional services of physi
cians; the prolonging in some cases
of lives that might succumb to the
deleterious influences inherent in bad
streets ail are incalculable, nor can
be estimated the farreaching effects
of the retarded development of a
city due to failare to provide good
The common rrritafre of regarding
the cost of a street pavement as a
merely luxurious expense, rather
than as a profitable improvement,
has, more than anything eLe, de
terred the work of putting the road
waya of our American citiea and
towns in proper condition, and it
should be aoaed has hindered pros'-
ress and prosperity immeasurably. Ermine is used as vokes, collars and
It has also had a mischievous inf -! jive caps to costly opera cloaks of vel
ence when coupled with false ideas vet, fur or dark velvet brocade lined
of economy in causing mere cheap-1 with white satin,
cesa in cost to become with a deplor- j Dari Egyptian blue jackets, with rus
ably large number of people the set colored'cloth vests, have brown gimp
main desideratum when they fird fastenings and ornamental cords and
that paving cannot longer be de- are eded with dark mink.
f erred. A record of the failures that !
it has inevitably led to since the be
ginning of experiments in roadmak
ing would tell about all of the his
tory of paving that is worth know
TUe XaCaJtcy of Cleetrldt y.
With all the progress that has
been made sanguine men are of opin- j
ion that the world 13 yet on the
threshold of electrical experiment,
and that with the aid of this magic
power of nature results will be pro
duced surpassing what is now
deemed impossible. Every patent
that is issued represents a new idea,
a new application of electricity or a
new method for its production. For
every patent that is granted a dozen
are rejected, and each application is
the result of numerors experiments.
Thousands are busied wresting the
innermost secrets of that power and
in finding new ways of turning them
to the uses of mankind. The ace of
steam propulsion which was ushered
in 100 years ago has been followed
by the age of electricity, which in
Iesa than 20 yeara has already ac
complished marvels. Achievement
is so rapid and so continuous in this
domain of human effort that imagi
nation can scarcely keep pace with
it. New York Telegram.
Connecticut' Xgro CoTcraor.
The negroes of Connecticut were
formerly accustomed to elect a gov
ernor for themselves. ''Negro elec
tion," as it was called, generally took
place on the Saturday following the
election day of the whites. Just what
tho negro governor's duties and priv
ileges were does not appear. At all
events, he was respected as "gubern
or" by tho negroes throughout the
state. The custom was established
before the Revolutionary war and
was continued as late as 1SS0.
A very careful man is Old Guzzler.
who has traveled through Italy and
been pestered out of his life by beg
gars. He reaches Pisa and goes to
fee tbe leaning tower. He is loaded
with wine to the roots of his hair.
After gazing at the tower for a mo
ment, he exclaims:
"Yes, you're very polite and you
con bow to mo as much as you want
to, but you -won't get one blessed
halfpenny." London Tit-Bits.
A well brought up child was seen
secretly to purloin and pocket an
orange from the laid out dinner ta
ble, but was afterward seen to enter
the empty room and secretly again
return it to tho dish and triumphant-
OCa2S 0 EJiOS.
Ii is wo lacker UtkymniUs Or wages
to iias e another.
la 1693 ttve were 1 J65 TEseeis ef aH
fcrafe boSt m tfee Tatted States, with
sa. esoauted troaoge ef ISO.GOO.GCO.
SeeswaMeraaUlyea the right
!&d l4& f ljgt loer.fcct only eld
rr. ,,,-fa ther-
The BorA aomestead. at Fail River,
I Ua&s.. fa waidt tbe mrnerioes assa&si
jCaaen of 3r. asd Mrs. Borden took
' place, b&s been reacdekdasd converted
into a tenement bocse.
Tbe Caristians of PHladelpcia have a
I Sundav bceaifat asAcaasn. tbe cor-
j pce of wmch is to grre a breakfast to
j deserving wayfarers. One Sabbath
J mornfng tbey fed 6&7 men.
I The smallest repobhc in tbe world is
Fracceviile, one of the Ulur. of tbe
1 5ew Hebrides. Tbe mcabitaata consist
cf 40 Europeans and 503 black work
men employed by a French company.
Tbe undesirable epithet "uninterest
ing' applied to the energetic city of
' Newark, 2f. J., in Baedeker's guidebook
of the United Slates, is to be ehminated
from the second and corrected edition.
The Society of Antiquity of "Worces
ter, Mass., is taking Keps to secure the
preservation ef the General Bnfns Pnt
man bouse in Butland as a memorial of
that distinguished Revolutionary leader.
The experiment of growing willow and
the manufacture of willow ware baa
been attempted by a western capitalist,
who expects great results. Four hun
dred acres of land near St. Louis have
been reserved for the undertaking.
Figures for a new sort of census are
being gathered by Professor Earl Burns
of Staaford univemty. He baa scat
tered areolars to parents all over Cali
fornia asking them whether their chil
dren tell hes; if so, from what motive
and how often, etc
Oce of the ughest savage races on
earth are the "Canoe Indians,"" who
spend all their daylight time upon the
water. At the bottom of each boat, near
the center, some earth is piled, and on it
a small fire of sticks is kept burning fcr
the partial comfort cf the occupants.
New changeable dres goods show ma
genta or beet root red prominently.
Suede finished lightweight cashmere
gloves and self lined taffetas, with heavy
av nomts. are in AemxrA iast now.
Mink fur is more in vogue than ever
thJ3year, and many pretty effects are
produced by arranging the furs in such
a way as to form shaded brown stripes.
The new French yoke skirt is greatly
liked by women inclined to stoutness,
and modistes are using it in making up
both narrow and very wide width dress
Black and old rose felr plaques are
? V... ...ft nijtt.&flna e4noa 9T1 (MT-11.
tared with immense bows of satin rib
bon, Irish diamond ornaments and sable
SDRSODSDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A wees; dlcoTerr Is that headache,
dizxlseaa, dallneai, contusion of the mind.
ev.. ire due to derangement of tbe cerre
testers which sapp.y the brain with cerre
torn;; that Indi;estloa, dyspepsia, neuralgia.
wtad la t toaarb. etc. arise from the deranje
uieot of the cerre centers supplying these or
rtitiw.tbiierre fluid or force This Is likewise
T'Ui or many dKt a-es of tbe heart and !ung&
rfce iHirre sjstemtsllke a te.esrrattj -wecx
is will t eeea by the accompanjln;
UU l BO mut)
'Mte Uses ara
he aerrea which
' r-e from the
erre center to
eery prt of tho
xdr. iuit as tho
fee 'He current Is
wire to e t a r y
itation. Urre or
TbjrileUm fall to
tMjrd this fact;
nitead of treat
IK the MrreceD
ten for thecauo
of tbe disorders
they treat the
tcideat of nerroq diseases, and anthor
of nanjr noted treatises on the latter sublet,
loaj aiace reaUzed the truth of te first
ttaieraent. and bU Keatoratlre trrlno
U preparttj on that principle- Iu sncceu
In carta; all dlsea&es arUlnx from deranre
ment of the nervous system U wonder
ful. a tlu thouund of unsoUclted testimo
nial! In poHSlon of tha company maaufac
turlaz th remedy amply prove.
Or. Ulte' BeatoraUre Nerrlca Is a reUable
remedy for all nerroos dUe&tes. such as
ue&Ulffw- BjaWAn HaKI11,v nnvfntfnn
Meepl4snea, dloiness hysteria, teiual de-
Hus dance, epilepsy, etc It la
t by all drnrxUuon a r.ltlTe Kuarante,
or Mst direct by lb Or. MUes Medical Co,
u.nru jao., oa reoeipt OI pnee. i prr oo
tle. lt bottle for a eipna prepaid.
UastoraiUa XerrlnapoalUteiy contain DO
opjalo or dangeroua drusa.
e ild by D. J. Fry, druirjrfat, Salem
Newport, - - Oregon.
Located on the Beach, two mllea noitb
of Newport on Cave Cove, a beautifully
sheltered pot, wonderful rceuery, sea
bathlnir, fine driven to Cape Foulweath
er lliiblbouee. House new, room larg
and airy. Flneot ivaort for families or
invalid. Open all winter. Term
moderate by day or week. Iftteudinjc
vUitors can drop a rxieta card to New
port and be met by hack.
JL Th-"vr'T IXg'Jutlqn.
One of tfce mum pte&sing deooraticssl
have ever sees for a circh waa wruught
ent in dried ladiaa corn. Great stalks
of it were Bsade iato told grocps above
the wasdows aad dsspeei bereaad t&ere
srecad tke roo. the eara of ruddy gold
abawfag agaaaat tbe paler bactroGiid
with most caarariag eCtci. Oaeof the
most pieasaa: decoraUoae of a leading
Bostea ckareh a year r two ago was
TCTOBcfat oat ahsMdt wboily ia corn csed
in this ntaaaer.
Tfiftee wbo have stadted tke decoranTe
popsfbtbtie of coca will aaderstaad at
once bow-feo4d aad gracefal aad entirely
barasoekMS tbe liaes of sock a frieze can
be made. Had tbe old Greek icahptors
hod a kaowfedge of this plant, I am con
fident tkey wtwld have made aae of it in
their treatment of eapstab and" friezes,
for it lends itself as readily to ae effects
in scslptnre a? dos the acanthus, which
t&eir chisels have immortalized. I quite
agree with Miss Proctor, who has so
earnestly aad eloquently made her plea
for its adoption as a national emblem. It
is distinctively American. It is beauti
ful and. symbolizes wealth and plenty.
Jlfr. J". A. Wheeler
During the War
I was taken HI wUh jptaal dbease asd tttrz
raan, When I eas hoe osy trocWo
vrai jUH with ise. lad I was coerced to zy
ted. ccaMe to help srj-jeli lor 22 socts.
AftortaiiasKTeaboCiesof Hood's Sarsa
torLii I was wen. bare not beta trocbled
wah ay old eortplalsts. My wils wis fas El
health, suierfcz with headache, dtrriaesi
asd djsp-psti. She took two botnes of
aad teeis Kie m new wemaa." J. X.
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Hood's Pills aet eaiuy, jet prempay
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HOFER BROTHERS, 1 Pleaw send to addreat below one oopy of Daily
Haleu. Orkgox. CxprrAi.JooBNAi(by 0n. (Erase Hoes not
For one month Had enclosed 25 eta.
For two months - t-, ,..,.. r, fiO.ct.
For four months " ,-.,.' ...... 1, , 1L.. ' - f,pa
For one year 3 00
a condensed nBk that Isrmdt frsabl
and Richest MHk to be bad. TfciS
Condensed 3' iEc Is made from the nfflc of &
finest breed cf cows. Tbe New York Ccniai
Mffk Co. owns factories- iaenh thehatjiiSj
regjens of the United States. Its losjtejvjS
zl faros and look most carefully after thecca.
ditjon of the stock. A1J nHk about which fa
a a snaccw ct a coudc is at once rejected.
Your Grocer and Druaaist sell Ii
ad ia tie sick roco.
of THIS ORDER b out