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THE CANTAL JOURHL
PUBLISHED PAIIjY, EXCEPT SUNDAY,
BfTHE
Capital Journal Publishing Comparfy
l s to .'flea Hloolc. Commercial Street.
IIOFER BROTHERS,
Editors.
bally, by carrier, per month,.
Dally, by tnall, per year,
Weettly, 8 paes, per year,.
-JO 60
3.00
L60
TIIKUXE Ok NT D.UbY.
A dully newspaper for $3.00 a year Is
a iuVliyt.tRj J be-Pacific coast. The
JoimNAii'is tboonly.OM Cent Daily
prlmoTdti ttifl Pacific coast, the only
one wd know of west of Chicago. It
iB.np.Jonptf an, experiment. It is a.
Buccffcsi A;,theend-,of six. mouths It
has ,: jieajiyj' lyetjicrjl Its clrctilatlou.
Farmers who try It suy they would
never be Bgau rJtKou;, It.' .They-'aiy
dlacontiiiuluK weekly papers uud talt
Ing the One Cent Daily. OuoentuuM
lastlc farmer writes: The One Cent
D.AILY is a library. It is an enoyclo
pedln, a poem, n history, adiutlonajy
a time table, a romitocp, a uukle,
political tesunie, a ground plan of th
pivjltaed, world, a. low TirIo;d multiiirj
in paryo. It la a sermon, a song, a
clrous; an obituary; a xbipwreck, a
symphony In coll leal; a medley of
life and death, an. I a !raud aggregation
6f mail's. glofry tn,d bis nhanie. It In,
In fact, a blrdWye view of all tin
magnanimity an I meanness, the joj
and. sorrows, hirtu-t and deaths, tbe
pride and poverty of the world all foi
a cent.
Another farmer, who recently ordered
the One Cent Daily for a year say.:
"I would not be without it. It jubi
supplies my oveuing's reading. I shall
get' rid of taking several weeklies.
Anyone who can get your One Cent
Daily has no uce for a weekly."
ARK PAYING DEARLY.
The people who resisted. pnyment'for
a moderate and rensonablo street im
provement are paying dearly for their
fun. The costs In interest, advertising,
marshal's fees, court costs and counsel
foot up from thirty to forty dollars In
many cases.
This extra cost would almost have
put down an ospbalcum street improve
ment. The Journal advised prompt
payment. The opinion of other coun
sel prevailed and the people are paying
deurly.
The only fault that can be found
with the. street Improvement, .Is that
the city yielded ito the clamor of the
conservatives, and put dowp a cheap
pavement. It.Is. better than nothing.
IMs a' 'decided improvement on the
mild.
WI1Y ARE THEY IDLE?
"Why) are three or four hundred pris
oaera Idle In the Oregon States Prison ?
Did Dot the last legislature appropriate
money to build a one-hundred loom
jute mill. That Jute mill would today
employ every Idle prisoner. The legis
lature appropriated the money, the tax
collector baa collected it from the peo
pip. The people have paid it or tbeir
property has been sold for delinquent
taxes.
Why has the jute mill not been
built? There was great demand for all
tbo sacks that could have been made.
The farmer who bos to sell wheat at 35
to 45 cents a bushel cannot get sacks
any too cheaply. Where Is the taxpay
er's money ? It Is In tho hands of
boodle county politicians and bankrupt
banks, Fully half a million of money
due the state and already paid as taxes
by the people is held back unlawfully,
paying the state no luterest, while state
warrants aro drawing eight percent,
enough to build several juto mills.
The question arises, is it not the duty
of the executive o ill corn of Oregon, If
there be any such, to enforco the laws,
collect this money, build tho juto mill,
employ tho prisoners, etc.
Have wo a state government at
all?
MURDER UR SUICIDE?
It seems Incredible that with one
cash of a razor a dpmented man should
have been able to almost sever bis neqk,
as was described In The Journal Mon
day, iu the case ofO. Mitchell, -who
was found dead near the Reform school
Sunday.
iyJBa ruination of the cut across the
fpnstBanweu mai uui nuiy uiu me
gTh extend through nearly six inches
of the thick skin of the neck, and
through the muscles and cords, but tbe
hard gristle of tbe windpipe, right
through the thickest part of the Adam's
apple, was severed.
Only by holding tho head back so
that there would boa tension could one
cut even of a large sharp knife make
uuh a wound. It is Impossible to re
move the doubt that Wilson may have
been murdered.
A White Home MUtrens.
"When, then, will you marry mo"
It was tho Hundredth tiuio of ask;
ing and the first time of Bhowing im
patience. "I will marry ybti, filr, when yotf
aro elected judge!"
Tho young man's eyes flashed
sharply.
"And I," ho retorted, "will have
you when your father is elected gov
ernor of Tennessee."
"A Roland for an Oliver I" Tho
speakers wero David T. Patterson, a
clever young Dernocrotic lawyer of
Tennessee, and Martha Johnson, eld
est daughter and child of Andrew
Johnson, who was at that time the
apparently hopeless candidate of his
party for the governorship of his
state. Tho time waq tho night before
tho election and tho place the parlor
of tho Johnson homestead at Green
ville, Tenn.
Whether both these young people
had private knowledge of the Demo
cratic victory which was to sw.eep
their state on the morrow, or whether
they were merely amusing them
solves with "lovers' perjuries" for.
Joves and their own amusement,
cannot be known, as tho wedding
day was Bottled for them, by the re
sult of tho election, ancl their mar
riage, was solemnized at their Green
ville home on Dec. 13, 1856, David T.
Patterson having been elected judge
with tho same nnaniniity and on the
same ticket with his future father-in-law.
Ladies' Home Journal
Gratia Vines for Sale,
I have propogated Several thousand
Reed strong two-year old grape vine
for setting otit, assorted, varltlesi suit
able for culture In Oregon. 26 eta each.
$2.00 per dozen. E. Hofer, Balem, Or.,
Journal ofllce. d w
TODAY'S MARKETS.
Prices Current by Tolegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
IIO-OPERATION AND INVESTIGATION.
That is tbe idea behind the work
done by our city board of charities. Bo
far as it lias had means this organized
charity and bureau of relief has done
good work. It should bo encouraged
and assisted by our citizens as muoh as
possible. Good business judgment, co
operation and Investigation are neces
sary to systematically come to tbo reljef
of tho poor. Individual work for tbe
poor should not stop, nor should charity
stop at individual effort to relieve the
poor. "Shrewd, practical, observant
business men," as tbe Post-Intelligen-cer
of Seattle well says, must grapple
with this question of organized chari
ties, and give the board hearty support.
SUQUKSTED COMMENT.
Mrs. Gov. Pennoyer
goose November 23.
will slaughter, a.
By a supreme court decision the great
lakes of our country are "high Beas."
Get in your order early for the Jour
nal's tax "extra." $ 1 a hundred ,by
mail.
Not a turkey, or any other bird,
should bo sacrificed to Pennoyor's po
litical ambition this week.
T11E REIildlUUS CENSUS.
At yesterday's meetlug of the Balem
Mlp'storial association a resolution was
adopted to tbo effect that a canvass of
the olty bo mado lu tbe near future for
tbo purpose of obtaining a religious cen
sus of the citizens. A meetlug will be
held Monday next to urrauge tbe de
tails for tho same,
It Js not yet known just what infor
mation Is to be elicited by tho schedule.
It is probably an effort to separato as
fit r. us possible tho community luco two
classes, the religious and the irreligious
the sheep aud the goats.
It would bo. Interesting also to know
what percentage aro church members,
what percentage are nomiualohrlstaiiis
wUbput church anilia.tloua, aud how
miny varieties of sects are represented
among the people. Of course, the ceu
etiaofeaou church Is Its own roll of
mombers. But like William of Nor
nandy upon conquering England the
ministers wjll probably cqustruct a
doomsday book of tho Capital City in
which will bo. enrolled tho Biuuors one
by one.
At tho coming city election 8alem
should select only the best class of citi
zens and property owners for members
of tho council.
Whether the queen of Hawaii is ever
restored to her throne or uot, her repu
tation will probably never enjoy a until-
pleto restoration.
A llUhop on Sermon.
One does not look to a prelate for frank
fnn, but tbo bishop of Wakefield, un
asked, has vouchsafed some genuine hu
mor on the .subject of preaching. Ho
has clearly made a study of tho art, and
he divides the modern sermon In soven
species. Thus wo liave:
"The sesquipedalian big words hid
ing little thought's.
"The wishy washy no explanation re
quired. "Tho pyrotechnic blazing with bril
liant metaphors and illustrations and
finishing with a faint odor of gunpowder.
"The anecdotic-'-teeming with stories'
some of. them good enough once, but
gone, bad by keeping.
"The flowery in which rhyme is of
more importance than reason.
"Tho mellifluous with calm, unbrok
en flow.
"The paregoric against which the
powers of wakefulness fail; like a roll of
ribbon, so much alike at all points that
a yam can ne cut on anywhere,"
Who does not know each and all of
these? This is a form of pastoral which
congregations as a rule will not disap
prove. In connection with this severo episco
pal utterance there is a story on the other
side going the ecclesiastical round. A
clergyman prepared to preach two Sun
days sinco and gave out as his text, "The
devil, like a roaring lion, goeth about
seeking whom ho may devour." In the
same breath, before beginning bis dis
course, he continued, "My friends, you
will probably have heard that the bishop
of Manchester has announced his inten
tion, of visiting every church in his dio
cese, and consequently we may very
shortly expect to seo him among us."
Black and White.
PtKHONAL GOSHIH.
Gov. Pouuoyur annouuees that bp
will lead tbe Populists noxt year.
That's all the stock he has left to go in
to the leading business with.
The Salem Ministerial Association
will undertake a religious census of the
Capital City. It will bother some or
our city politicians just uow to tell
what church they belong to.
UOW JUDUE UUUUARD WAS UUNC0ED.
Tbe Seml-Popullst and 8emI-Demo-crat
explain to tho publlo that, the
rwwou Judge Hubbard allowed them
f 45,aU(t 148 for publishing tho eeml-an-sua.1
,cou,aty roport, tboy employed four
eoJutw space to display tho same, aud
faew.o were justified In demnndlng
four prlqea aud the court was Justified
in allowing four prices. That Is all too
We published it in the Journal.
It took eighteen inches apape, At our
rexflar rate it would at Id, The
a-Huty court baa allowed
If you Hud you aro paylug too much
lu the way of taxes circulate the Jour
nal's tax extra. It contains a series
of articles, facts and statistics sqre to
open the taxpayers eyes. $1. per hun
dred ty mall.
The Journal uriiules on tax reform
ill Oregon are bolug widely copied Into
exobauges. There Is so much demand
for a wider circulation of them that an
edition of several thousand conies Is
being printod In tbo form of an "extra."
Price f 1.00 a huudred. If you are a tax
payer nud waut to circulate the best
arguments for reductlou of government
expenses In Oregon seud for some of
these extras and circulate them.
Gallant Rufus Ohoate.
JouKNAb 912 several times for publish
Jfig It, when It took more space. There
V4 bo exouse fur Hpreadlng It oyer four
columns aud charging for It. Judge
Hubbard has simply been held up by
On a pretty girl saying to Riifus
KimaiP, -i am very bhu, you-see," be
ropiieu, "u, uoj you beloug to the old
Jewish sect; yon are very falr-I-aee."
Nothing adds so much to tbe beauty
of a fair girl, as a clear, bright, heajtliy
oomplexlon, aud to secure thla' pure
blood Is IndlstHiuslable tit many of
the co-called blood.purltlera sold to Im
prove n rough, pimply, muddy JKblu,
only drive the sorofu Ion a hnmnra. t nm
The the surface to some Internal vital organ,
Qneen Victoria's household comprises
titled and salaried officials, from the lord
steward down, to the number of nearly
J.uoo.
Whilo ho was in India the Austrian
Archduke Franz Ferdinand shot 2,000
head of game, including G elephants and
0 tigers.
Tho Baroness Burdett-Coutts of Lon
don is the proud possessor of tho first folio
edition of "Hamlet," a very raro book.
for which sho paid $4,000.
Senator Voorhees is a great student of
tho standard authors of English style.
Ho reads tho old masters and rigorously
eschews all modern trash.
Hoyt, tho playwright, is said to be
worth a million ortwo. When he en
tered upon his managerial career, ho and
his partner had a combined capital of
Tho first person to receive a decora
tion from the new Duko of Saxe-Coburg-
uotua was uaron tiuuwig von Ernbdon
ofHamburg.auophowofHelnrichHeine,
the poet.
Miss Sallio Alatthowp, who died in
Louisville recently, was for a tiuio in
command of an Ohip river steamboat,
wm muy tuu jnen suojoot to nor orders.
Sho was 83 years old.
Miss Agnes Melbyof Now Richland,
Minn., who was recently graduated at
St. Olafs college, Northfield, is the first
lady to take a full courso at a Norwo-gian-Americau
llego.
At the wedding of John Smith and
Mrs. Ella P. Stover at Portsmouth, N.
H., Mrs. Elizaboth Mardon was ono of
tho bridesmaids. Mrs. Marden officiated
In theAamo capacity at ihe wedding of
tho bride's grandmother.
Salem, November 21, 4 p.m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day aud up to hour of going t
press were as follews:
BALbU I'HOUUCE MARKET.
yiturr. ,
Apples 30c to 50o. a bushej.
butcher stock,
Veals dressed 4 ots.
Hogs dressed 6 to 7.
Live cattle 1 to 2.
Sheep alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs (1.50 to $2.00.
mill pkices.
Salem MIIIIdk Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3-00. Retail (3.40.
Bran $15 bulk, $10 sacked. Shorts (17
(rp. Chop feed.(17,and $18.
WHEAT.
Old wheat on storage 44 cents. New
wheat 46 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c, new 25 to 80c
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12: old $10 U
$14. Wild In bulk, $6 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1.
95 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts,
FARM PROnUOTS. ,
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 17 to 18 c.
-Eorgs Cash, 25 cents.
Butter Beat dairy, 20; fancy
creamery, 25.
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 30o. to 40o.
Onions 1 to 1 cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed. 18c.
Anise seed, 26c. Giuseng, (1.40.
LIVE POULTRY.
Chickens 5 cts; ducks, 6c; turkeys,
slow Bale, choice, 10c; geese 7c
PORTLAND QUOTATIONS.
Grain, Feed, etc.
, Flour Standard, $2.90; Walla Walla,
(3.15; graham, $2.50; superfine, $2.j25
per barrel.
Oats Old whlte,33o per bu.; grey, 34c;J
luneu, iu uu(js, u.4Uiu;u.uv, nullum,
(6 .757.00; cases, $3.75.
Hay Best, (10 12 per ton.
Wool valley, price nominal.
MillstufTs Bran, $16.00; aborts, $18;
ground barley, (18; chop feed, (17
per ton; whole feed, barley, 70 cts. pei
cental; middling, (2328 per ten: brow.
ing barley, 9095o per cental: chicken
wneat. hu.uo per cental.
HopsOld, 10 to 16c, new 15 to 17J
DAIRY PRODUCE.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery, 30
32c; fancy dairy, 2527c; fair to good,
2022c; pommou, 18 to 20o per lb.
Cheese Oregon, 1012; Young
American, 15c per pound; California
14c; Swiss imp., 3032; Dom., 1820.
Eggs Oregon, 30o per dozen.
Poultry Nominal; chickens, mixed
$2.003 50 per dozen; ducks, $33.50
geese, (8.009.00; turkeys, live, lc;
dressed, 12c
BAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 10
13o; do Inferior, 89o; do valley, 12
15c
Hops 16 to 19o.
Potatoes Erly Rose, 2540. Bur
banks, ,3040c
Oatfl Milling, $1.1501.20.
SEEN AT THE WORLD'S PAlfi,
A 25 ton gun, with 1,000 pound projec
tiles. A machine that makes 2,000 nails an
hour.
One. thousand pots of shamrock from
Ireland.
A bit of silk once owned by Mario An
toinette. A bridal set in the Irish village that
cost $1,200.
Plate glass 148 inches by 214 largest
in America.
Smallest watch less than a half inch
in diameter.
A shoe machino that embroiders letters
hi throe colors.
Kaiser William's statuo containing
1,500 silver dollars.
Largest hot rolled steol band 90 feet
long by 12 inches wide.
A watch with two faces which gives
the time in tho various cities of the
world and contains a thermoinoter and a.
perpetual calendar.
Economize Jn Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied In bundles pf
100, not cut, for sale at this offico at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to the pogtofflce.
SURROUNDED By MYSTEIW
A Great Mistake.
-A, recent discovery Is that headache,
dizziness, dullnoss, confusion of tho mind,
etc., aro duo to derangement of tho ncr.ve
conters irhlch supply tho brain with ncr,vo
force; that Indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia,
wind In stomach, etc., arlso from the derange
ment of, tho nervo centers supplying these or
gans with nerro fluid or force. This Is likewise
l ruo of many diseases bf the heartnnd lungs.
The nerro system la liko a telegraph system.
as will bo scon by tho accompanying
-uu J.UU iittiu
white lines aro
the nerves which
convoy tho norva
(orco from tho
nervo centers to
avory purt of tho
body, just as tho
electric current Is
convoyod alons
the tolograph
wires to e v o r y
station, large or
tmall. Ordinary
physicians fall to
regard this fact;
Instead of treat
ing tho nervocen
tersfor thocauso
of the disorders
arising therefrom
thoy treat the
part affected.
Franklin Miles,
11. D.,LL.D.,tho
highly colobratod
specialist and
student of neryom diseases, and author
pf many noted treatises on tho latter subject.
long since realized tho truth of tho first
statement, and his Restorative Sl!rv(no
Is prepared on that principle. Its success
In curing all diseases arising from deraniro
mont of tho norroua system Is wonder
ful, as tho thousands of unsolicited testimo
nials In poisosslon of tho company manufac
turlnjr the remedy amply prove.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is a reliable
remoay for all nervous diseases, such as
headache, nervous debility, prostration,
I'eeplessnoss. dizziness hysteria, sexual de
o'ty. St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc. It Is
sold by all druggists on a positive guarantee,
or sent direct by tho Dr. lilies Medical Co.,
hllcnart. Ind., on receipt of price, 31 per bob
tie, six bottles for $5, express prepaid.
Kestoratlvo Nervine positively contains no
opiates or dangerous drugs.
eold by D. J. Fry, druggist, Salem
A.ji.iA- v-"--------- J J-trU
PURITY I PURITY
That Is the fundamental nrinrini. .,
atsi,.tfwekw
GAILQROEH EAGLE BRiK
Condensed Milk. In times of adUm;
wiieu.au luuua iuecanea into question
pumic can reiy witn perfect confidence
the Eagle brand and serve it u-S
the assurance that it is a food Free Frm
AH Disease Germs. Remember M
Your Grocer and Druggist sellii
Every can Is sterilized and every mlcrobt m
w "" n
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PEOPLE';
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Only Ihe fent Daily Newspap
on the Pacific Coast.
SMITH BROS.,
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
Receiving all the
Associated Press
Dis patches,
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WevsHH
Leaveorders atCotUe-Parkkurstblock,room
5, Balem, Oregon.
East and South
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North Salem Thanksglvlp,.
On Thursday, November SOth, from
lp " to 7 p. m. tbe African M. E. ladles
aid SOCletV Will srlva Thnntrucrlvln
dlnuer at the church. Price 25 els. dw
Itiliwit Swutara will aatiw that
Tlltt'S Pills
Mr. David 3. Jordan.
of Edmoston, N. Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
A Complete Cure by HOOD'S
SABSAPAItlLLA.
This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a
retired farmer, and one of the most
respected citizens of Otsego Co.,N. Y.
"Fourteen years ago-1 had an attack of
Cravel, and have since been troubled with my
Llyer and Kldnoys
fradually growing worse. Three years ago
was so low that I could scarcely tralu.
I looked moro llko a corpse than a living
being. I had no appetite and for five weeks
I ale uotkius but gruel. I was badly
emaclatod a ' iiad no more color than
marble dmar. Hood's Sarsnparllla was
.recommended. Before I had finished the
first bottlo I noticed that I felt better, suf.
fered less, the iuMammailea f the blad
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company.
CAUFOKNIA EXPRESS TRAIN RUN DAILT BE.
TWKKN PORTLAND AND B. T,
miniMiMni
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These low hard times raks-cnable feyeEy4arai(r .tpi
V - -r w. , S f n - T r - -
his daily paper'and'knew: the state of? .the rtarjeet- and, all
news of the world.
Editorial comment -is fearless ;andj, djej?endeint;plfl
by its publishers to secure eood' odverriment for the pi
able to deal justly Aridjfairly witHfajl.' ."
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der had subsided, the color began to return
101117 lace.anu 1 organ i icei auagry.
After I had taken three bottles I could fat
anything without hurting me.
so hungry that I had to eat 6 XI:
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I.IJ. tui
Have now muy reooyereu, inanKJ 10
Hood's
I feel well aud am well.
me marvel to seo me so
Hood's Pills r tho tit attr-4iaat
P1U1, ittlst dlgettlon, core bdclit.
Sarsaparilla
itcII. All who know
well." D.M.JpnDAT.
Dining Cars on Ogdcn Route
PULLMAN BDFFET SLEEPERS
AND
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.-
flest Side DiYision, Between Portland
and .Cemllis:
PAII.T- KXCKPT srNDATf).
N.o Pjppi,5.cnt ?fier tjnje ,9,fJHl: ORDER Is, out.-
BLANK OBER SHEET
ONE CENT DAILY MBl dOORHl
HOFER .BROKERS, .Please sendjoaddress below one pony of M
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