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Mf- ' ' 'Jfpiitf hWwi"h'i,j.hwj' . . 41" - "r- G""V nown qmMMiMm - " .- - mi. i iiihbiibiw gt T . JOVJOHXLfG CAPITAL JOTOKAIHTJItSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893. : m L ;v , TOE CAPITAL JOURNAL. iailt.lBUKl) DAILY, KXOBPT SUNDAY, BT THE Capital Journal Publishing Company, IVtOffl Bloc)c.-Comraerclal Btreet. H0FR BROTHERS, Editors. Dally, by carrier, per montbr Pally, by mall, per year, Weekly, 8 pages, per year. JO 80 .3.00 . 1X0 . 8EVAT0R MITCHELL'S VIEWS. Senator Mitchell baa declared lilni Belf. Ho.thlnka the Republican press has mde)i nihtake In, attributing, the present financial dlstiessHto tho Sher man Jaw, Instead of the Democratic success andear of tariff revision, where It more properly belojigs. The senator says: "I am a blmetaTllst. I believe In the use of both metals a money d, believe In the free coinage .of Jwth.jftudJiglJeVe that the present ratio of 16 to 1 is fair enough. These are my present opin ions, aud I might be convinced that the present ratio is too low, and that the unconditional repeil of tho Sherman law would be a good thing, but leer talnly do not think so now, and I cer t aly will not vot for unconditional repta'. To absolutely demonetize sil ver, while It might afford temporary rr lief,, would Inevitably iuvolvo the coun try In times of such rigor that nothing In our history would approach It, unless it be the six j-cars' colonial confedera tion. Owing to the method of admiub terjug the Sherman law adopted by a Democratlo administration, that result may be partially to blame for tho dis tress that has come upon us, but only partially. When It became known last fall that the Demoo aU had succeeded, things began going wrong, and have continued to go wrong ever Bince. Up on the question of finance the two par ty platforms were practically the same, but they were widely divergent in the matter of the tariff. The Democratlo party went further than party in the history of our country when It declared that a tariff for the.protectlon of Amer ican Industries was a violation of the1 constitution. In the prosecution of the campaign the whole argument was up on the tariff. Finance was occasional y heard of, but only occassional.' Very little was said about the Shermanj act. "Immediately after the election Dem oorata began to talk of an extra sea slon, not to repeal or alter financial leg ioUtton, hut to tear to pieced the tariff.) The reluctant financial depression was the direct effect of the feeling of anxiety and distrust that permeated and domi-1 nated 10,000 American industries. They did not know what tho;greatunwashed would do, and they do not know yet. Democrats aro now trying to shift thq entire blame upon the operations of a falsely administered statute, but It will not do. The facts are these the real cause has been the free-trade yearning of a party that has secured control of both tho legislative uud executive branches of tho government It is time however, when political differences; should be sunk, party lines temporarily erased. If a Democratlo president or a Democratlo senator can offer mo a good law which will tend to extricate the country from tho present slough of despond, I will cheerfully vote for It, But, as I have before said, I am a blmetalllat, and 10 to 1, It Beems to me ia a fair ratio. , . i Order the Daixy Mail Jouhnal to your summer leaort for a week or a mouth at 25 cts. a month. That Pie I 14 tor fttMr WMtJttl4tIevorrte. TlikWCOTTOLIIND(tk . tOTin isiaHsl eWrMMWl eWsnsW CVWasV ASK YOU v GftOCBR m IT. KRISE ALL SU1STITUTES. CttUln ioaljrliy M.'K. FAIMMNK VCO., ST. LOUIS Hi Vsflassssssl j CARTER'S CURE Blck Headache and reuere all the troubles tncl dent to bilious state of the system, such as DlzxlnMs, Nausea. Drowtiaen, Distress after eating-, Fain In the Bide, a While their mott remarkable success baa been shown in curios SICK Headache, yet CiRTwt'a faiu TaJm are equally vraiuaom in ldciu Ion. curing n1 nrwrentlnirthU annorlnr comtvlalnt. while they also correct all diaof&ar of the stomach, stimulate the llrar aad ,recul the bowels. Krea K Jthey onlr cure "" HEAP ache they would be almost prtasim to these who ufr fmM this dlstrsasnr eemataint: but Itorfunater their goodaen does not end here, and those who once try mem win nna these RMetHk wisawain ao maay tfeey wttl not bwRe2fo do wlthi ways that out them. ACHE is the bane of so many lire that here It where we make our great boast. Our pill curs It while others do not. Gibtu's Lrrruc TjvxxTiua are rery small and rery easy to take. One or two pills make a dose. Tbey aro strictly Yegetable and do not gripe or purge, out oy weir Ktaue acuoa lease all who use them. In vials at 35 cents: Ire for St . Sold ererywhere, or sent by maU. mi rse casus loaicars co., Vr Ta. MR Utm Hfrk TWO GREAT CRIMES. A run on a bank, simply defined, Is an attempt to make that medium of ex change do in a day the business of a month. Oregoman. To bring about such a run, as it Is so well defined by the Oregonlan, is about as nefarious a piece of business as can be started these days or any day. Next to organizing working men and threatening capltul to bring It to terms by strikes, dictated by labor agitators, while helpless women and ohildren suf fer for bread, an artificially created run on a bank is the greatest crime that can be committed against the business In terests of a country. Both Bhould be made crimes by statute. TUB MINISTER'S SALARY. Tho laborer is worthy of his hire and should be well paid. But wbon so many laborers cannot get work to do ministers of the gospel ought not-to ex pect to get 51200 to $1500 a year. With what they can earn at wed dines, funerals and baptisms aud the advantages otherwise derived from tu profession, a minister in a town the sl7oofBalem ought to do well at the above figures. Margins of profits n're smaller with all business men. All professions are earnlug less. If the people are taxed too high for religious service they will forswear the church. GAULT PROBABLY KNOWS iilM. The Salem Democrat and Journal have been vilifying each other In great shape for some time past. Now tht Democrat statts libel proceeding! MRulust the Jouhnal. The Jefferson Reviovv thinks that if the cose ever comes to trial, the chances are both papers will prove most of their asser tlons. Hllluboro Independent. The editor of tho intltmAnrtonr Is oldes in tho commuulty where the edl tor of this paper 'resided previous t oomlng to Hulem, and his publishing the above Is distinctly unfair, Vq call upon Mr. Gault to say plainly wbethei ho Indorses tho slur.- Salem Democrat, The Jouhnal never vilified th Democrat; It vilified Itself wbon It took m from w. A. Shaw to charge Tub Journal proprietors with the crime ol blackmail, which it could not prove, and Shaw could uot prove, and which all Investigation showed to be false. Mr. Gault prooably knows his man. FJROM. MARION. Tho theremomet;Or registered 03 lq the shado Monday aftornoou. Mrs. Lydla Half, of Jefferson, and Mrs. Charles, of Newberg, attended the Friends church. Station Agent Johuson and Otto Shults, of Jefferson, wore In town Mon day evening, Prof. Sbeldeu's Paradox comblua. tlon exhibited here Tuesday eveqlug. The Sunday school plcnlo last Thurs day was pronoutioedaauocoss, oousld. erlug It was gotten up on so short notice. A good program was rendered, The young people bad a taffy pujllng at A. J. Wlnslow'a last Thursday evening, which th.ey enjoyed. Two "charivaris" last week, one at A, II. Cornelius for Mr. and Mrs, Card,- wen aim oue at Frank Llbbey'e, or Mr. and Mra. J.lbbey, Mr. CardweU and Mr. Llbbey both treated the boya. Kuswll k. Co, Will start Up to thrash. lug the last of this week, at John Qeu- irys, Mlas LUllo Farnbam, who has been working at Wm. Srgeantrf lu SUein, U visiting at her home here Kov. Wyalt and family, of IJjutqn onuuty, Pr., have beeu visiting at Bn nett aud Orlaudo Pearsons, for sevvtal dtya past. Mrs. Wyatt is tho Pearson boys slater. T. N, Cook' audrwfd have gone to he inountalna to biiend a Tew dnva mail. Mtlug. The Meaning ot "Ilunkom." Tho meaning of tho word "bunk um," or at least tho impression con voyed by tho word, has slowly al tered in this country at least within tho last 40 yeurH?It originally meant, according to all American diction aries, talking for talking's sake or talking to one audience for tho bene fit of another. Tho congressional rriernber for a district of North Car olina, named Buncombe, insisted on ielivorinDr a Bpeech to on impatient house- of representatives, and when taxed with his conduct defended himself by declaring that hit was compelled to( mako a speech which his constituents could read, and that, in fact, he was "talking to Bun combo." This is certainly tho senso in which Judgo Haliburton, the auth or of "Sam Slick," used the expres sion, and our recollection is that in 1840-50 it was so employed within quotation marks in criticising parlia mentary speeches. The Americans, who catch any much needed phrase of tho kind with extraordinary quickness, speed ily degraded "buncombe" into "bun kunV and the vulgar spelling was slowly adopted in Englapd, but with significant change of meaning. The word being American, and nil Ameri can oratory uttered for effect.having ouo peculiar note in it, "bunkum" camo to signify speech uttered sole ly to attract through its tone of pa triotic exaggeration. The man who talks bunkum is not; talking vague npnsense or stuff intended to occupy time, but is uttering "high falutin" flattery either of the people or of the country or of the future which is be fore either. London Review. A Contented Scrubwoman. "I don't have very hurd times now, do If" appealed the woman who was down on her knees wiping up an office floor. "You see I am janitor in three buildings that I have to clean up in tho morning, but it only takes a little while, and then I have time to go and clean somewhere else. I have to work in the morning and work in the evening till 9 o'clock sometimes, but I don't have fcuch a hard time of it. "Oh, no I It ain't as hard as washing. You have to do so much more work washing to get the samo money. You have to wash so many pieces, I mean. ,(At ono onlce I get $8, at another $6 and at another $4, and that's pretty good for m,o, I think. I only havo to dust and clean a Little every morning, and then I con go some where else the rest of tho day. I don't think I have to work so hard. 1 got along very well." v Surely contentment with our lot is a great thing, and contentment is greater than gold. Imagine spending a (good part of the week on one's knees cleaning floors and thinking it isn't hard work. Most of us would decide otherwise. Buffalo News. A Friendly 'Wasp. A gentleman becoming annoyed by tho persistent buzzing of a wasp about his head knocked it down with his newspaper. It fell through an open window upon the sill apparent ly dead. Only apparently, for a few seconds later to the observer's aston ishment a large wasp-flow on to tho window aill and after buzzing around i tho injured ono a second or two be gan to lick it all over. -After this treatment (which may havo been a kind of massage) tho sick wasp jjeomed to revive, and his friend then dragged him gently to tho edge, grasped hipi around tho body and flow away with him. Evidently tho stranger finding a wounded comrado gave some aid partly to restore him, preliminary to removal to a place of safety for further treatmeut, and then carried him there. This bravo little wasp acted liko a good Samari tan, who found a man "half dead,"1 "bound up hia wounds, pouring on. them oil aud wino" and "brought bunt to an inunnd took care of him." Sunshino, Jenny June's Quick "Wit. An instoiico of Jenny Juno's ready wit is told by nn amused bystander, who ovorheard this conversatien: A young woman Was introduced to Mrs, Croly as "Bister of So-and-so, tho artist' Instantly tho exclamation, followed t "I should hnvo known tho relationship, my dear, by tho rcsenv bianco. Why, it is positively star tling. 1 nevor saw two faces more exactly oliko in contourand" "But, Mrs. Croly," interrupted tho girl in n.mook, small voice, "I am only hia siaterTin-law." "Which makeaitoll tho m.ore remarkable," continued tho Qt)ier without tho least embarrass ment or hesitation. New York Times. X Cur For IdttowIsk Nails. It is easier to prevent than to air Ingrowing nails cut them atraierht across instead of oval When, how over, a null starts to grow in, soak the,fct hi water as hot as can bo en dured, loosen tho cuticle, cut the nail or tho Bides and apply a little perchlorato of iron with a camel's ualr brush. This hardens tho flesh and renders it impenetrable to thoi new nail. Now York World. Paid For au III AdrUed Strike. In England some striking forgo workers recently decided they were in tho wrong, and bidefl going back to work at once voluntarily paid their employers 12S indemnity for tbsj Iom cfttf4 by tiwJi strildng. Is Life Worth Living? at-deptaida upon tho Luzpf. If tho Liver ia, inactive iha whole flya tem ib'ouT of order the breath s bad, digestion poor,' head doll or aching, energy and hopefulness gone, tjip spirit is de pressed, a heav wejght exists after eating, with general devpondency and io 'blues. The Liver ia i tho housekeeper of tho health; and a harmless, simple remedy that acta like Nature, does not constipate afterwards or require constant taking, does not interfere with business or pleasure dur ing its use, makes Sim mons Liver Regulator a medical perfection. I have tested Its virtues personally, and know that for Dyspepsia, Biliousness and Throbbing Headaobe, It Is tho best meal cine the world ever saw. Have tried forty other remedies before Simmons Liver ltefrulatorj and none of them care more than temporary relief, but the llegulator not only relieved but cured. H.,H.JOKE3. Macon, Ufa FROM BROOKS. Mr. Newsom's son and family ar rived from Kansas last week. Tbey expect to locate here, Mr. Harris is doing carpenter work for Banny Jones this week. 21r, and Mrs. T. J. Clark visited Mr Roberts on North Howell Sunday. P. Gouley has a large double hop bouse partly finished. Harrison Jones visited in Salem Sun day. Walker and Clark are repairing Geo, juasseys nouse on nts farm near Brooke, Dr.. Hensel was a passenger to Salem Tuesday. Miss Hattie Riddle of Woodburn, pent a few days with Rev. Myers' last week. Mr. E. M. Savage and family drove to Salem Sunday. Mr. F. X. Uoblm has a new barn .under course of construction. Geo, Savage visited wlthE. M. Sav age Sunday. Look out for "Dock R," he has made a new break. E. M. Savage is building a new cow barn. A very pleasant time was bad at the social held at the M. E. church Mon day evening. Miss Fannie Norwood'was vlstlng in this locality a few days last' week re turning home Tuesday? Miss Ottie McCIard left for Chemawa on Tuesday eve after spending several days with us. Mr. Walker and family drove to Sa lem Saturday. Mrs. Hoover was a passenger to Sa lem Tuesday. M, L. Jones went to Portland Fri day, Mrs. Fruit visited with hersiater Mrs. Dodge Friday. Charlie Callaway was drowned at; Parkersvllle last week, while In swim ming. He was seized with cramps and drowned before assistance could reach him. In announcing tne appointment of Lionel Stagge, the editor of the Paclflo Banker and Iuvestor, tho Oregonlan says: "That he also possesses the con fluence of the comptroller was exem plified by tho tatter's recent tender to him cf the receivership of a suspended bank at Corvullls, an piTer which Mr, Stagge was reluctlantly compelled to decline." The only bank failure at. CorvalliBbas been tho Hamilton, Job & Co. bauK rather a sawdusty concern, It was uot a national bank and of course Mr. Eckles could not appoint a receiver. The First National ofCor vallls is a solid conservative Institution, A Battle lor Slood Is what Hood's Saraapaillla vigorously fights, aud It Is always victorious In ex pelling all the foul taints and giving mo vuui uuiu iue quaiuy sua quaniuj of perfect health. It euros scrofula, salt rheum, bolls aud all other troubles vauseu uy impure uiooa. Hood's Pills cure all liver Ills. 26a. Bent by mall on receipt of price by O. I. Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass, Before Going to tfc WaleVs Fair Enquire About The Limited Express trains of the Cb cago, Milwaukee & 8t. Paul Railway between Bt. Paul and Chicago and Omaba and Chicago. These trains are vestlbuled. electric lighted and steam heated, with the fin est Bluing and Bleeping Car Bervlee In the world, M TbeElectrlo reading light in each berth Is the successful novelty of this wuivo nge, ana is nigniy appreciat ed by all regular patrons of thin line. Wo wish others to know Its merits, as tho Chicago Milwaukee , Bt. Paul Rail way is the ouy line In the west enjoy ing the exclusive use of this patent. For further Information apply to nearest coupon tioket agent, or address V. J. 1.DDV, Oeseral Agent, J. W. OiSKY.Trav.Fa. Agt, m BtMk Bt,, f 0-tkaMlt Of. t Itow Dried Files Are Captured. "No matter what it may be, if an articlo brings a fair prico I deal in jt," said a commission merchant. ."My lost venture consists of dried flies, just common flies which como from Mx!r") People buy them for their sinping birds I Fell them re tail to tho dealers, Fies are plenti ful In tho tropical valleys, and the timo of tho Mexican Indian is not particiUarly valuable. When ho can to longer sleep in his hut on account of tho swarm of flies attracted by tho lth which accumulates about his front door, he sometimes is stung jnto a desire for revenge on his ene mies. "Revenge is sweet, and sweeter if there is any monoy in it He goes to tho woods and collects a number of green twigs of a certain tree. These he layB ip a pile on the floor of his hut, with some dry twigs under thom. Then from another tree he gets a gum which he boils into a thin sirup and spreads on the -walla of his.hut. The flies are attracted by its fragrant and farreaching odor. They gather to feed on it When the hut is black; with them, the Indian sets fire to the twigs on tho floor and closes tho apertures from the outside. The twigs emit an aromatic smoke which kills the flies and they fall to the. floor in thousands. Then the native's wife dries them whilo he 'goes to, sleep again. " Waverly Magazine. A Ferocious Little Snake, To my surprise tho little black, snake with yellow polka dotted skin of India is a ferocious fighter. The sidewinder, which is ugly enough to striko terror into the hearte of the bravest, is always anxious to avoid a conflict, even when disturbed. On the copt;rary, this little black and yellow snake is pugnacious and ut terly devoid of fear. He ia general ly to be found by the irrigation ditches, and when convenient will get under a sack and there pass the night, only leaving his shelter when the sun is warm enough to tempt him out, Tho other morning I .pick ed up one in a sack, unknowingly I must confess, and when I laid the bag down out darted his snakeahip with fiery eyes and made an impetu ous onslaught I kept out of his reach and threw sand and small stones at him which he snapped at liko an enraged dog, still 6teadily pursuing me. I kept him at a distance, and I believe he would bay been chasing me still had I not finished his career by halving him with a shovel. The Indian woman, I have been told, made a pet of this evil tempered snake, showing a strange fancy, I think, after my experience. The In dian working for me explained that he was perfectly harmless and de clared "him very good." Exchange. The Doc Knew What Was Wanted. John W. Hayes, the old police court officer, had a dog that had been in his family for a long time, but it had been decided for good reasons that it must go the way of all flesh. The family talked it over, and the decision was finally arrived at that the dog wagon was to call the next day and take the animal to the pound. We called with the wagon the next day, but tho dog could not be found. We .called again tho next day and were told that we had scarcely left the day before when tho dog put in an ap pearance. But he could not be found at our second visit We called the third day, and although the dog had reappeared soon after we had left on the previous day he was not to be found at our third visit Then a search was instituted, and the dog was found under the bed. He had crawled clear to the farthest corner. Ho acted just like a human being that was aware his lifo was be ing sought, and no argument can convince me that tho dog did not un derstand the conversation of the fam ily that had condemned him to death and knew just what the dog wagon meant to Jiim. Petroit Free Press. Novel Protection For Bones. Theenormoua heatwhich prevailed in the south of Franco induced an in ventive genius Jn Bordeaux to pro vide his horses with straw hats, and tho scheme proved so successful that very soon all thd cab, bus and cart horses in the neighborhood were rigged out with similar headgear. The latter covers tho eves and fore head of the horse, while a couplo of ppeninga are leit ior tne ears, A spongo is placed inside the straw hat anlia moistened with vinecar from time to time to keep tho animal's head cool. At first the horses look very straugo in their new rigout, but on soon, grows accustomed to tho Bight Journal des Chageliera. Letters as a rroreulou, Robert Buchanan In Tho Idler speaks thus bitterly of literature:! "X. entirely agreo with .Mr. Grant Allen in his avowal that liUiraturw is the poorest and tho least satisfactory oi mi pnueHsions. i, wui go even further and affirm that it Is one of the least ennobling. With a fairly ex tensive knowledge of the writers of my own period, I can honestly pay I have not mot ono mdividuar wlm has not deteriorated morally by the pursuit of literary fame." But Mr. Collina in The New Reviow&aya that great bonanzas are uow awaitingiha successful writer in America. -There will of couTba be' more failures, he says, but also rmportIonate Fguo J " ' '' '!- 'ii ft mm km iff 'ft i J ill VW HbBBBVJV BuSNiBW V4 ' LlH fl m IcS BBS BBsl "'y ''''x niinTTniFjsWsslsBssssHsssBsssssBsB for lnfant "CMtcrfUsofaaaiptadtochndrmUjAt I recommend 1 1 as superior to a prescription known to me." H. x, Aac , Ilf D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brookjya, N, T. "The use of 'Cartorfa Is gounlremal and 1U merits so well known that It seems a work ot supererogation to endorse It. Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castorl within assy reach." Cjulos Mirrrx. D.D.. Kew York City, late raster Ploomtngdala Beforraed Church. Tm Cnrr Aca THE NEW WILLAMETTE TA9,LES Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or week at reasonible prices. We keep a full line of Truck-, Brays and Express to ".?;"" ""JH? Ti Aiax r .P lR ueai ffarnjmeridenoe;2 block. South of CLEAN. If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to the S-AXEIVI STEAM LAUNDRY where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt manner. , COLONEL J. 'OLMSTED, Liberty Street. rT Ao i mm From now until- further notiqe.we will sell our entire stock of goods AT COST Consisting 'Ojjmer andboyls clothing, hats, caps, underwear, .etc. Are.all markeddow,n. ALL MEW We have no old shelf-worn stock androakolthis extraordinary inducement to our patrons FOR' CASH. ' We- must reduce ounstock of goods i and, sychi bargains were never before offered. (Come in aud examine pur large and selected stock. We, will please ypu iV quality of goods and price. SHOW. COMMENCES TODAY. ADMISSION FKEE. GEO. M JOHNSON S SON, Tie w. NO. 257 COMMERCIAL STREET. Wood taken in exchange for clothing. Cb?apesi Daily on ibe Coasl .i THE CAPITAL JOURNAL 1 Cent a bay by mail 1 To any address in ihe Jj. S, and Children. Caatorla reation." FT Wiiby lnjarioos medJeatya. ? PJL?7 1 k reoommendeo jour Castoria. and ahaU always oonUnuo to jK4,WTariblyproduee beaaBcUl Kwr,r. Faidh, jt, D "tte-Wtoa p,"Uh strait and Tth At&, NswTorkCity. Couri , TT Knur Bras, IT Toajc. Diallings in mis county, pbstnffloeV ' RY) for service. I AN Vfc CO. ! GOODS.