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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
"WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12. 1888
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.I
Canital Journal Publishing Company.
TKIIMS OK HUUSOIUITION
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Bnlcni.OrcKon, rostolllcc, JunoZl, 1888.
W. II. ItYAUS -CLAKK
Investigation of tho court rec
ords ut Washington discloses tho
fnct Unit nearly nino-tentlis of tho
crimes in tho District of Columbia
arc committed by negroes.
Thk festivities at the city of Mex
ico over the inauguration of Presi
dent Diaz ended with four bull
fights, grand concerts, an historical
procession, a ball and other features.
"DllACON" ItlGHAIUlSON llllH
given notice that heurafter only
American' citizens, native or natu
ralized, will bo employed on his
street ear lines in Brooklyn, New
York, as conductors or drivers.
It Is now proposed to organize
permanently tho republican nation
al committee with regular head
quarters, to lend such auxiliary aid
iu tho way of advice and suggestion
as may bo beneficial to the Interests
of the party in congressional and
state election contests.
Skkatou John Sherman, writing
regarding tho Congress of Nations
tllllliv tnuio in in umiuu iimv niC
presence of delegates from the Do
minion of Canada would bo very
acceptable and very proper, but 1
don't seo how it could be done ex
cept with the consent of Great Urit
ain. Our government could not
with duo respect to Great Britain
hold any formal relation witli Do
minion government, u necessary de
pendency of Canada upon Great
Jiritalii but which no doubt could
be waived by the parent govern
ment." Tin: World publishesun interview
with Congressman Cox concerning
the admission of tho Territories, iu
which he says: "It la certain that
tho President elect, Judging, from
Ids act Ion while senator, will
urgently recommend, If not tho ad
mission of these four Territories
(Montana, Washington, New Mex
ico and Dakota) as states separated,
tho admission of south Dakota and
probably of north Dakota also as
states, and probably for reason,
though not with ho much emphasis,
tho admission of Montana and
Washington as States.
Thk talk about an extra session of
tho Fifty-First Congress has been
revived upon thu rcinirt that four
lUunoeralio representatives from
West Virginia will bo given certifi
cates and that tho republican mu
Jorlly iu tho house will bo only one,
and it Is feared that in case of
deaths or accident before tho llrst
Monday iu December tho demo
crats might have a majority to or
ganize, whereas, if there was an ex
tra urtuloii called Immediately after
March 1th, for the purpose of organ
ising, the democrat could by no
possible means obtain control.
IN OTIIKH KVI.
A Pennsylvania paper The
"American Volunteer" recently
published a series of letters from
Oregon written by thu editor him-r-olfot
what ho Raw and thought of
tilings. This corrvt)MiiHloneu was
full of laudutory Kntoncos of our
IKHiplo, places and things, among
which Is the following wimple:
The cltlwua strike you very favor
ably, lhey all po4w that iiulut. I
uy, contented cheerful disposition
m oharoeterUtle of tho people all
over Oregon. They Mm to have
no oariM, no lad dlgivt Ion, no ln
MimtlH, no notes hi Imnk, or ludewd
Miiy thin o'hj calculated to dUturli
their peace- of mind. They don't
fret HlMit the lickloiutw f w
" U'J" Itf
. 'mmixir ri -j lii ! Aiu LuiEJBaiyxyi.imjim iju-JJJ J-uiimj.'jjrxrBaesm!imn:Jnir.?
weather for the weather in Oregon
is not fickle; they don't worry over
failure of tho crops for the crops in
Oregon never full; the summer's
heat don'ttroublo them for the sum
mers in Oregon arc not hot, only
warm; the winter's cold don't freeze
them for the winter's are Hot cold,
only cool and moist. The cyclone
and the blizzard arc alike strangers
in tills land and the favored jieople
only know such phenomena of
dame nuture through the medium
of the newspapers.
In speaking of Oregon exhibition
car that went East under the super
vision of Mr. D. S. K. Buiek lie
says: "If a car well stocked with
samples of Oregon's greatness were
brought to tho great Granger's Pic
nic, where every year during the
last week of August a hundred
thousand and more congregate, it
would in that brief time dissemi
nate more information concerning
Oregon among n class of people who
would assimilate it than it would in
any three months trip between the
great cities of the East. It would
also servo as an attraction and I
hope Col. Thomas will try and en
gage It and put ittipon tho pro
gram of his next year's show.
Hailing from the extreme north
west part of this great country it
would be one of the leading and
most interesting features of tho oc
casion." HIS NECK IS DKOKEN,
Hut He Lives mid Enjoys Life us Much
Barney Baldwin Is the only liv
ing man in tho world with a broken
neck. Doctors prononnco his case
the most remarkable on record and
his condition is discussed with much
interest. Mr. Baldwin is u tall,
stout looking young fellow with a
On March 19, 1887, whllo yard-
master at Birmingham, Ala., ho
was run over by a train, an engine
and six cars passing over him,
breaking botli legs and live ribs, be
sides snapping in twain tho vertebnc
of tho neck and splintering the
joint between the sixth and seventh
vertebras. Physicians held a con
sultation ami an experiment was
.t.N.i i.ii. u.itiltur ii niuii'u Ufa iiflr
successful, and his body was In
cased in a corset, tho back of which
curves abovo the head, and to It is
attached a leather iinask, iu which
liis head rests. Ho never lies down,
anil Is compelled to sleep in a sit
ting post uro. IIo cannot remove
his mask, for if ho did his head
would fall losoly over his breast.
This is perhaps one of tho most
daring feats known to tho medical
profession. It is not, however, moro
wonderful than some cures which
arc cilceted every day In tho medical
Svorld. When really meritorious
cures uro performed and tho world is
appi Ised of tho fact, there are those
who come for miles to receive treat
ment at tho hands of skilled opera
tors. Thus It was that a lady from
Klokreal camo to Salem a few days
ago to have her hearing restored.
Who had heard of tho miracle-like
works of Uto daring Darrins. After
their treatment a wonderful change
has come over her and as she left
the Doctors' rooms at the Chcmekoto
she told her friends that she could
hear clearly. Before this she had
heard no human volco for many
Yesterday a Cai'itai, Jouknai.
rejKirter paid a visit to tho rooms of
these successful liiaguetio healers
and was told that if ho wished to
see the doctor he must await his
his turn. Counting those ahead of
lilui he decided he could not wait,
as over two dozen were before
him. Those who sought treatment
yesterday numbered ono hundred.
This Is Is about a dally average dur
ing their few days stay here, but at
their Portland olllcoas many as ono
hundred and llfty crowd their
imrlors Ux treatment dally.
So great has been tho demnnil
upon their time since In tho city
that Dr. C. II. Darrln has not boon
able to leavo tho hot"l slnco Satur
day. Ono hour per day is devoted
to the free treatment of tho noor.
and to wvy that this is a busy
hour would but feebly express it.
Electro-magnetism as administer
ed by tho Drs. Darriu Is a great
curtlvo power, supplying dotloloneos,
removing obstacles and setting tho
"old machine" to rights. They will
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roiuain with us a few days and are
V Wrltf-up f Silcm.
An early nuniU'r of thu Overland
.Monthly will contain a diKriptivo
artleltt on Salem und Mirrounding
vHiuntry. This nuigtulno Uumon
the llrst. A. Porliiger Ih tho agent
for SrtK'in, and order left at Starr's
ror iiiui will twelve ireful and
A man who has practiced medi
cine for 40 years, ought to know
salt from sugar; reifd what he
Toi.koo, O., TTan. 10, 1887.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Geu
tlenien: I have been in the general
nrnntico of medicine for .most 40
years, and would say tlmt.in all my
practice and experience, have never
seen a prcperation that I could pre
scribe with as much confidence of
success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured bv vou. Have pre
scribed it a great many times ami its
efl'cct is wonderful, and would say
in conclusion Unit I nave yet to iiuil
a case of catarrh that it would not
cure, if they would take it according
L. L. GOBSUCII, M. D.
Olllce, 215 Summit St.
Wo will give 100 for any case of
catarrh that cannot be cured with
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken Inter
It. .1. Ulili.M'l uu. T01UUO, u.
BQfSold by druggists, 7'ic.
Let no day glide into eternity
without catching a glimpse of heav
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. Bainbridge Munday Esq., j
Countv Atty., Clay Co., Tex., says :
"Have used Electric Bitters with
most happy results. My brother
also was very low with Malarial
Fever and Jaundice, but was cured '
bytimely use of this medicine. Am i
Kitislled Electric Bitters saved his
Mr. D. I. WilcoASon, of Horse
Cave, Ky., adds a like testimony,
saying : He positively believes he i
would have died, bad it not been for j
This great remedy will ward off, I
as well us cure all Malarial Diseases, i
and for all Kidney. Elver and ,
Stomach Disorders stands unequal
ed. Price 50c, and $1, at Dr. H. W.
Cox's Drug Store.
A smile through tears is thesoul's
rainbow of peace.
TO CONSUMPTIVES. I
The undersigned having b"en re
stored to health by simple means,
after sud'eiing several years with a j
severe lung affection, and that,
dread diseaso consumption, is anx
ious to make known to his fellow '
Biilleiers tho means of cure. To
those who desire it, he will cheer
fully send (free of charge) a copy of,
the prescription used, which they ,
will find a sure euro for consump-1
tion, catarrh, usmutha, bronchitis1
and all throat and lung maladies.
He hopes all sufferers will try his i
remedy, as it is invaluable. Tho'-e '
desiring the prescription, which will
cost them nothing, and may prove
.a.blessing, will please address, Be v. I
New lork. " u
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Tho prohibitionists are about to I
start a daily paper in Passadcnn.
Nipped In tho llml. ,
Is It not better to nip consumption, '
tho greatest scourge of humanity, in I
mo mm, mini io iry 10 stay its pro
gress on the brink of the grave. A
few doses of California's most useful
production, SANTA ABIA, tho king
of Consumption, will relieve, and a
thorough treatment will cure. Na
sal Catarrh, too often the forerunner
of consumption, cau be cured
by CALIFORNIA CAT-B-CUHE .
These remedies are sold anil fully
warranted by D. W. Matt hew's & Co.
10(1 Stato Street, Salem, Oregon, at SI.
or thrco tor $2.60.
Hay is searco at Portland and
dealers aro asking $17 a ton for it. '
lieasonlnK ftora .Sound Text. I In it are com-
Say tliodoclorhnnil who shall snytliein I bined the na
nny? ii MH'olal predisposition keeim, ro , eat mechanic.
yuUlt to tho development of rliciiinutlMii. , u, I.
know Horn observation what a a deep hold
dlHeaxo takes when oneo Incurred and ne
glected Torn dliort time. Is not this n
sound text, then from which to advocate
thuearlvnso of Hiwti-ii-rV Hfiimnnii m.
ii ui-iu iiii-ru is iiiis icuciuiiey, ino.t ot uh
torn In h malady m hard to dlxlodtrc an I
...i.diuMiniiif .uui,irr ining., 11 Is welt
iixcoi talned thnta fulUngoiriu vigor, resul
ting from. Ind Kcstlon und mahmttritlim
ncreascs liability to rdeumntlsm. What
t hen Is niero lflcely to net as preventative
than this potent rectifier ot tho gastric
troubles that tneivnso the rheumatic ten
dency. Malaria. constipation, tljhpcptla,
hllllousnes, debility and kidney troubles
succumb to this genial preventa.txo and
Spoknuo east tun more votes than
Yon cannot nll'onl to waste time
incxriorlineiitltnr when your lungs
nro In danger. Do not nernilt unv
dealer to liniioso upon you with som'o
Imitation of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs
and Cold, but be sure you get the
genuine. Jlevnubc he can make more
protit lie may tell you ho has some
thing Just as good, or Just the same.
Don't bo deceived, but insist uikiii
Kottimr Dr. Kind's vw niamv.i...
which is guaranteed to give relief In
all Throat, Lung and Chest alloc-
rlmto 'PI.a1 l.nlA. ..a -
W. Cox's drug store
-wmi uuiiiw mi at jjr,
Laughter and song aro tho heart's
rivers of hope.
A petition for a post olllce at St. !
.Louis, this county, islniing circu
lated. 41 AbMliu cre.
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