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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
omcc, Corner Court and Mbtrtr Streets,
TKHMH ()K HUIlSCimTION
One year, by mnll . . . 3 W)
Hlx months by mnll 2 (JO
Tlux'O months by mnll.. ..... . 1 215
I'cr week delivered by carrier 15
One year . ..31 BO
Six months... .. ...... ,"75
One. your, If paid for In (ulwince. ... 1 00
Hix months, " ' " CO
airl'o'dmaHters are nnthorized to re
JUB-Kntered iik se ond-cliisw matter lit tho
Hnlem, Oregon, I'ostolllte, June 21, 1888.
W, II. 11VAKS -CLARE
Kil i t o r
TUESDAY, NOV. 0, 1888.
"Republican National Ticket.
, For ProHident,
, Of Jnriituin.
'- For "Vice President:
LEVI P. MQItTON,
Of New York.
Foil, PltlMUMINTIA U Kl.KCTOItB.
Hobcrt Mclicaii,of Klamath County.
Win. Kiipuu,of Multnomah County.
C. W. KiiltoiifOf Clatsop County.
DVHKTIHHMUNTH UNI) Kit TUN
heads of WANTI1I). Wilt HAI.ll
OH HUNT. KO(rNI,UM',rU'..nf miiio-
icptabln uaturo, not tocNccid tlireo Hues,
will bo fioo for ono weekonly one ml. for
each Individual. Thlx does not Iniludo
If answers full to ioiihi the first time wo
lllVltO MH lllllliy ICpCtlllllllNltHIIIO lUMIhHIlM
to Kcriiru w but you ntl crtlso for. Wo w InIi
tho nilvertlMTH to feel Unit they urn not lin
IKisljitr on UK by using our frie rolunius.
The ('Ai'lTAi. .Ioi'Iinai. Is the medium
through which the fiiiicml nubile iiiuy til
Wiiyn hao tliuli wauls Miplii d.
Advertisers Nliould icmi'iiihcr thltt lot
tor directed to INITIALS ONLY im not
dcllM-ied tlnoiigli the poMolllie If Ini
tials iiro lined they Hhonld lie dltcctcd to
tliu cam of Milne person, 111 in, or iMistotlleo
Adveitist'iiicutHdinbu left lit our ollloo
or Kent through tlui intill to
CAIMTA1, .loritNAL l'Ull. CO.
Tine xi:v i:ri.osin:
Tho following description of tho
How oxplowlvo that is to take tho
place of dynamite is thus described
by a telegraphic dispatch from Now
LiiHt week Mr. Ericsson made u
quantity of it in a stove in Cumin's
drug stoic, and then experimented
with it before some persoiiH whom
he is trying to Interest in Its man
ufacture. A mass of rook at Shuttle
Moudow Mountain was selected as
tho seona of Uio experiments. The
first trials were to piovo . that tho
mlxturu could uot lie exploded in
tho open air. A small lire was
starlet and two pounds of oxtrallto
wero put In IL Tho stutl' would
FRffl ADVERTISING !
uciiiicr expioiui uur mini, it was
then thoroughly mixed with kero
sene oil, when uliout half of it
burned but did not explode. A
small ilynauiito cartridge was In
serted iu a roll of tho stutl". The
cartridge exploded with u fuse, but
tho ex tral I U) did nut explode.
When some of the subshuieo was
placed ou ii Hat stone ami struck
, -with a hammer, tjiio only result was
to reduce It to a (t)iir MtvtUr.
A hole two feet deep was drilled In
the ImnluHt rook to Ui found In the
iifJghborlng tiiurry. Tlireo rolls of
tlw explosive, vuelifontiiiiliur4hrco
oiiucuti, wero timipvd down hi tho
hole and conitiHited with a jfuso.
Tho o. plosion shook thiigrouiul and
tho air was lllleil with Hying
Iwiwldors. Tho nwult aehleveil
would have required two imiuikIh of
KuniKiwdur or one pound of
lynamtUi, while only uluu ounce
of uxtrallto wuru useil.
Tho munufaeturo of the uxpliwlvo
will be commenced In Now llrltiilii
at once. The trvt eommlioners
oNIurlford Iihvo ilwiital to umj it In
tho olty's ipmrriw. Tho Kronult
govoiniiiiont l wld to have utld
,wu,mi imuei uir uie rijjiu to um
U HKHbttN iludlttd llwtr Im.1 Inkinwu
tbjMT Wuuld Huil
r. lleuloy'K I)inl
SlHy of (! UU )
HWJlW4tl fMtMW) ,
It U (U UHWtUt Ut
Ut M KlAM of U 111.
1 i U, . MmiUi-wit a lm.
IT IS FINISHED.
By the time this meets the eye of
the numerous readers of the Even
ing Capitai Jouiinal, the voting
will oil be dpne, and, although not
known, the next president is already
elected. The noils were closed in
Maine at 3 o'clock Oregon time,
and through the valley of the Missis
sippi two hour earlier than here.
Maine cast tho first ballot, and
Oregon the last. The whole busl
nessis done, The president, .vice
president, 320 congressmen, twenty-
eiuht stale olliccrs and lnsts of
municipal tickets besides.
Every citizen is or should be satis
fled with his effort. And it matters
not who is, elected he should respect
fully bow to the will of tho major
ity. Tills 1ms been n clear cut, pure
ly political contest, devoid of per
sonal malice or .violent demonstra
tions. Tin: Capital .Touiixai. 1ms
advocated what it thought to bo
right in the premises and thus far
will accept the results very cheer
fully. At this writing we firmly
believe tho republicans have elected
their president, ami we are glad of
lt,butliould we be mistaken, (whch
is improbable) Tub Capital Jouk
NAr. will not stop to shed tears of
regret, but will keep right on at the
old stand at tho usual rates.
A NICK ADVOOA'li:,
Tho eternal fitness of things is
illustrated by tho fact that Dan
Voorhccs, the rank of Copperhead
and leader of tho Knights of the
Golden Circle, appealed to Union
veterans in Indiana to support the
man who sneaked behind his desk
in Buffalo and sent a substitute to
tho war, and who. when president
of tho United States, slapped every
veteran in tho face with his rebel
Hag order, and Insulted the armies
of the republic a hundred times over
by tho language of his pension
vetoes. A nice advocate for a nice
client. Voorhccs better go south of
Mason and Dixon's line and talk to
the other sortof soldiersaboutCleve
land ; although,to tell thetruth.they
have quite as much contempt for a
Northern doughfaco and coward as
luivo tho soldiers of tho armies Of
Grant and Sherman, and Sheridan
a thui:ati:ni:i inhustiiy.
Tho sugar mill nt Alvarado, Ala
meda county, represents an Invest
ment of WMO.UOO. Tho cost of mak
ing sugar is 4 cents iv pound, and
therefore tho sugar cannot be sold
at a profit for 5 cents. A mill
started up lately with 20,000 tons of
beets which wero raised on 1,C00
acres of land In tho vicinity, and it
is estimated that there arq 40,000
acres of good beet land in Alameda
county. According to E. IL Dyer,
tho manager of tho mill, as reported
iu tho Oakland Enquiier, tho re
duction of duties on sugar as pro
posed by tho Itoger Q. Mills, bill,
would be exceedingly injurious to
this struggling industry.
ANOTHKH H.VWYKU DECISION.
Though tho Exclusion Act pro
vides that Chlueso not entitled to
laud hero shall bo sent back to the
port from which they came, Judge
Sawyer yesterday tit tho request of
Lawyer IUordan, changed an order
ho had made returning Jew On
Dock to China, and Issued an order
to Captain Bryant of tho O. &0.
Steamship company authorizing
Ills transfer to tho steamer Newborn
iu order that ho might go to Mexico.
Jew On Dock had a laborer's cer
tificate when tho Belgio brought
him to Sim Fxanclseo. S. F. Ex
aminer. Jaxiks M. 32ddy of Horseneck,
Ithodo Island, lias unearthed $16,-
000 In Bnaulsh doubloons In his
back yard, andiealeulates that thero
arw fI00,(KK) on his farm. His
fattier was Lluuttiuaiit-Qoveruor of
Hliode Island. One of his ancestors
who sailed with Captain Kldd, re
turned to his Horsoiuvik farm and
sowtnl It with doubloons. Among
his pollers wiui a chart locating his
hurlwl wealtlu Tho Lieutenant
Governor did nothing with the
plan, but James M. Eddy, Into
whoso poseslun the papers utinio at
tho same time ns thu farm, thought
It worth trying.
Tin; Chinese exclusion bill Is
causing much suffering to tho Chi
ihvq v lio are detained at the British
Columbia boumjry Hue, Iwhilo ou
thulr way bauk to tho United Btatod
aflur visiting China. The I'hhiueu
in many lntaiicMare pouulles, but
Canadian authoritios Insist on tho
collection of $00 a head from all who
remain on British soil.
Plenty of cIohii, fnali, Oivguu
rUMl clover m.hmI Ar Mite at the
ham against tue iJrogfln JH&U yim-
foruia Railroad, .thogal flffctvhjclr
began in Judgeljagsura
week ago last; .Monday,! Hjrycrna,
verdict. It was aled,an,t. vvaB
opened in court, Tli'q, pjajntift, re
covers by it ?3G23 08 Instead of ,$23,
958 33, as originally claimed by Mr.
Abraham. The latter will ask for a
Soothei and Keats
Santa Abje soothes andjieajs the j
-("""i 7 ;i , t i jji 7V
membranes of the throat and lungs
when Doisoncd and Inf amed bv
disease. It prevents night sweats j
and tightness acros tho chest, cures
coughs, croup, asthma, colds, bron-1
chitis, pneumonia, whooping-cough ,
and all other throat and lungi
trouble. No other medicine is so
successful in curing nasal catairh j
as California Cat-K-Cure. The
enormous and increasinir demand
enormous uuu iiiLiiasqii, uuumnu
for these standard California rem
edies confirm their merits. Sold
and absoutly guaranteed by D. W.
Matthews & Co. at 51 a package.
Three for 2.50
Tlie Verdict Unanimous,
W. D. Suit, druggist, Uippus,
Ind., testifies: "I cau recommend
Electric Bitters as the very best
remedy. Every bottle sold has
given relief In every case. One man
took six bottles, and was cured of
rheumatism of 10 years' standing."
Abraham Hare, druggist, Bellville,
Ohio, afflrms: "Tho best selling
medicine I have ever handled in my
20 yeares' experience, Is Electric
Bitters." Thousands of others have
added their testimoney, so that the
verdict is unanimous thut Electric
Bitters do cure all diseases of tho
Liver, Kidney or Blood. Only a
half dollar a bottle at H. W. Cox's
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that
can not be cured by taking Hull's
K J. Cheney & o., props.,
Toledo, O. We, the undersigned,
have known F. J. Cheney for the
last 15 years, and believe him per
fectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by
West & Truax, wholesale drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
Wulding, Kiiuuiu & Marvin,
wholesale druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
E. H. Van Hocsen, cashier,
Toledo national bank, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's eatanli cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucus surfaces of the
system. Price, 7."c. per bottle,
bold by all druggists.
South Salem Family Grocer,
Constuutlv on liandncholco t-electlonof
staple and family grocoriOs, hlch he has
for Nile nt the lowest living prices, lie
Buys Farm Produce.
1831 THE CULTIVATOR
THE BEST OF THE
Farm Crops and Processes)
Horticulture and Fruit-Growing
Live-Stock and Dairying,
While It nlso Includes nil minor depart-
....i...., mini llltviwi.BUVll tiq lie AIUlir
ard, Kntomolocy, lleo Keeping, Own.
bouse nnd drapery, Veterinary IUpllrs,
l-urin 'Questions and Answers, Kln-sldo
lleiidlliK, Domratlo liwiomy, and a stmi
Innry of the Mows of tho Wei'k. Its Mar
ket lteporu uro unusually complete, und
much attention Is paid to tho Prospects of
the Crops, us throw hit: llirht uiHinoneof
tlioiiKwt IiiiH)rtantof iillituoBtlous- Wheal
to buy and w hen to m11. It U linemlly II-'
lustmtiHl, and by UKCK.NT EMi.ltai-,
inent, contains more ivrtdlng matter than
e er before. The ub.serlntUm l'rleo Is MM
in;r ir, but wooUVrnwrKt I VL HUH C-
I In our
CLUB RATES FOR 18891
JTo all e' bultHsrtbent for 1880,
naylnif InmU-wiiMnow, we will nd the
palwr H9kb fr'Mw our receiptor lUenv
HimauK, to Jhuimo lt, Ii, wlihoui
9fMCtIKKlM-IM tKUS. AddrOMl
LUTHER TUCKER 4 SON, Publisher,
Awuy, .n.. i
The jury In the case of Sol
, National Surgical Institute.
, Tfj oror.e, jurgeons representing this
JwMtRtVr'Atert th0 Chemekc,a ht.
..flTbpy comullpreparcd -with nit tho
o nnaniUui. noccsf arr for the succpssfn
reAtnicnojUpIr fPOfifJiltleB, curvature of
tie spjne, diseases or, the hip and kneo
Joint, crooked limbs, club feet and all
bodily deformities. Their success In treat
ing theso troubles as well ns nil chronic
and sexual diseases has made for tho In
stitute u nntlonnl reputation.
Upon application, references will be lur
nlshcd from patients In nil parts of the
ft 11 iiAwnno irlmnm DttfTmnx fivm nn
I ikii jaioviia nuuutu ouiibiiiig iiuiii uuy
of these complaints, should not fall to take
ndantagcortmsoppoitumty for relief.
BAN FIIANCISCO, Nov. 1st, 1888.
Messrs. WELLEIt BROS.,
Gentlemen: "We had tho pleasure re-
ccntly of making shipment to you of our
White Cross" Extracts, and send
new "White cross" uxtracts, and send
j on by mall to-day a very neat show card
i which wo wou(d like you to place proml-
, nently In your store, an.d which will call
j tlieattentlon of your trade, to tho goods.
I It has been our Intention for some time
I past to place upon the market tho finest
i line of flavoring extracts manufactured in
this couutry, and after months of study
and cxperliptnting with tho prominent
brands nQy, b, qfore the public we have at
, lastsucccdcd In placing before you(i qual
ity which, be,;i(r)d doubt, has nosrjueior.
Wo can not,, (oo strongly Impress upon
you that, j on can, uulicsUutluly recom
mend tbenf,fj your customers as tho finest
that can possibly be inaijufiiptured, Thd
pitkago nnd ,styo generally Is such ns to
iittmct attention, ,iind,ve predict, that wien
jour trade Jinae tested the qiui)ty of tho
goodh (in sate for ' IiltuC obs" extracts
w 111 be lirgi-. .
ll i (implying jlth our rco'jct joumIII
ccinfir a favor upon yours truly,
A. bl'IlILLINU A CO.
its in the
htntc. Lowci- rut cs tluin
id. Laigest btock Ix-gal l'.lanks In
thpstiite.it d Uiccest discount, "ind foi
in tic list of job piTntlni
niintlnsr. and rnta ouue ol
egnl b uiks. i:. .M. WAf'1.1:,
Htiam 11 Inter, Salem, Oregon.
WM. N. I.A11UI;. -1)11.
JOHN MOIK, - -
- - President.
- - - Cnshler.
Exelianiroon Portland, San Uianelsio,
New Yoilc, London and Jlong Koug
bought and sold. State, County and Cltj-Wan-ants
bought. Farmers are cordially
Invited to deposit und tr.ins.ict business
with us. Liberal ailvnnces miido on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property at
rea.sou.iDie rate..i Insunmce on fciieh se
em ity can be obtained at tho bank In
most reliable companies.!
KSTA1II.IS1IKD MY KATJQNAIi AUTHORITY
t . OK-
SALEM, - - -
. ... I
Capildl Paid up,
Surplus, - -
H. S. WALLACK, - - President.
W. W. MAHTIX, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALHEHT, .... Cashier.
J. M. Martin. It. 8. Wallace.
Dr. W. A.Cut.lc!;, J. II. Albei t,
T. McK. I -at ton.
To farmers on wheat und other market-
nblo umdneo, cuiisleui-d or In store.
limuneo, consigned or in sti
ther In private Kninarlesor
fiiuier in prtwuu KninarK
Stale and County Warrauis Iloualit at Tar.
Discounted at reasonable rali. Drafts
draw n direct nu New York, Chli-ntjo, san
Franelxsi, Portland, Uindon, Pur's, llcrlin,
IIoiib Koiik and Calcutta.
Bail i II hP
um I IriU.
ir It '
f lift I Hill
Admirers of Cleveland
AVe protect our customers from paying ruinous prices for their goods by selllno
them on u very small profit.
Is our motto ns every person Is free to trade with us nnd take advantage of thee
low prices. Wo hnc the most complete assortment of ""
Boots and Shoft
To bo found In the city. "Buy as you vote," with jour eyes open. Call, and we will
make jou welcome at tho Opera House Corner.
An excellent stock of
At prices extremely low. Full stock of
STAPLE AND FANOY DRY
GOODS In all departments.
MEN'S FURNISH ISC GOODS
LUNN & BROWN'S,
!i Corner State nnd Commercial streets.
THE-BEST STOCK OF STOVES
. IN TliE CITY IS AT
R. M. WADK & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
AND MANY OTHER
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware and
I KINK DUSF AND. OU8B.TOOOP
j. . Organ, also a second hand l'lano nt a
aw OumiiiMrolHl St., Bulem, (Jr.
1'HftrniBTorB OF-r. , jf7
MeKmtaj. kHwrtf, W vrtek.
V "IMWD VtUIWJVU.
nnd nnrrlson, we believe In
FALL SEASON OF
Special attention Is called U) our splendid
display, of tnshlonable garments
from tho well known
from us, being the finest line
over placed befoio tho public,
nnch garment hns a label at collar
band bearing tho manufacturer's name.
and varied, icpie
sentlng The LatesNBIties.
Agents for tho now Mather patent
LACE KID GLOVE
Charter Oak Stoves,
Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriag
"UN PUIINISH MESQUITE
J mixture or Lincoln and
large or small quantities. For term "
drM t. C. JORY.
WMin Salem, or
X1JA.V Tllrt iriOllKST CA8U "HI
for buiter, u und puulur'- KUo
Ul CBwnercvu r..
n W. I YATJE5-
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