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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
FRIDAY, DEC. 14. 1888
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.I
II V TIIK
Canital Journal Publishing Company.
O.Tlte.Voi mr: Coin t amllMbrrlytSlrtctt
TK11MH '()1J HUISC'IIH'T10
Ono yonr, by nvil! - -
six inonlli", by mull..
Tlncc inontliH by nir.ll -
I'er cp!c ilcllvcml by currier
.. i an
One yciir. If piilil for In iiclvnnce,
Uiv Ttinnfliu "
9-rstinaMprH aro iiuthorirccC to ro
Wintered ii neroncl-clnsK innttpr nt tbo
Balem.OrCKon. 1'ostollltc. Juno 21. 18XS.
w. ii. byaks -claim:
WHY NOT OKIXION?
A new iiuhiHtry has sprung up In
South Carolina which bids fair to
become iv source of wealth to the
locality where it has been establish
ed. We refer to liber made from
plno ncedlcH, a brief mention of
which wh given in these eolumiiH
not long ngo. It is called n new
thing, and ho it Ih in this country,
although, as n matter of fact, hmii
plrs of a soft fabric resembling lliin
nel, made from pino needles In Ger
many, were exhibited in the mii
Heiun, of the Department of Agri
culture a dozen yeais ago. In the
present manufacture the needles of
the long leaved plno (the tree pro
ducing tiirpcntino) aro employed,
although the white and pitch pine
"straw" is equally available. Its
largest use will bo in the manufac
ture of bagging for covering cotton
bales, and will therefore comu into
direct competition witli Jute. It
can also bo made into carpets, mat
ting and perhaps liner fabrics, and
the liber in its unmanufactured
state Is declared by physicians to be
a most valuable agent in tho treat
ment of simple and compound frac
ture, surgical dressing after opera
tions and suppuration of wounds,
its aromatic odor driving away Hies,
preventing maggots, etc.
The needlcB aro gathered given
and sold to the company at ilfteen
cents per hundred pounds. The
11 ret process is to thoroughly steam
tho plno leaves, tho vapor going
through pipes intoa distillery worm,
where it Is condensed, tho result be
ing an oil, 100 pounds of leaves
yielding about hnlfu gallon. Tho
oil is very valuable, and is usually
for Internal and external applica
tion for many medicinal purposes.
After tho oil had been extracted
tho plno straw, which has now be
come a beautiful black in color, Is
plneed In six largo Iron vats, seven
feet wide, eight feet long and live
feet deep, and with a capacity for
holding !t,000 or -1,000 pounds each.
It is hero mixed with water and
alkali and thoroughly boiled, the
process being necessary to remove
tho silica which forms tho outside
covering of tho leaf. This Is u very
dilllcult operation, requiring great
skill and euro. Tho silica which is
removed Is useful for tanning and
other purposes. Durlngall this pro
cess of cooking the pine loaf retains
its aroma. Tho last boiling process
continues for twolvo hours, after
which tho straw Is soaked for forty
olght hours more, and it is thou
ready for tho machinery, for cutting
up tho leaves.
The next machine, called the
"rubber," turns out tho pure fiber
of a i lull bnwn color and of a soft
toxture. It Is then wrung dry,
bleached, carded, again dried to
complete evaporation of all mois
ture, and is ready to bale for mar
ket. Unfortunately tho mill at
Wilmington hasbcon burned recent
ly but tho mauufuoturors state that
It will bo tobullt at once. For tho
iiIkivo facts wo are Indebted to tho
Acme Manufacturing Company, tho
quotation having I won taken from
tin Charleston News Courier.
Osk of the discoveries recently
mndelu Central Afrkw Un village
of Iioumm built Hloug m street and
having willed rood. The lnlmlil
ttiUUHiv of h fuporior older of In
tolllRiMiee, keep good order in the
village tun! kvp on bed raltd
Mbovt- tlie ground.
Vikn.na KoieiifitU- MtH-ietiert have
been invetfiigutlug the wonderful
"wiitller jilant" din-oxered Nome
months ago, nii.l it is Ntld that its
weHthiT-fi-rt-tt-llIng proportion liae
Kvu thoroughly vrllk-d.
Tin: growth ofthiscouutry Is phe
nomenal in its extent, niHl there is
little doubt in the minds of the sta
tisticians and those who have obsei
ved closely tho growth ofthiscouu
try since the census of 1880 that tho
returns of 1890 will show a popula
tion of over 70,000,000. This esti
mate Is arrived at logic way, and by
use ofa little arithmetical reasoning.
In 1880 tho population was 60,155.
782. Of this total 43,475,840 were
natives of the United States, and G,
0711,04;$ were foreign born. The en
tire increase, native and foreign, for
the decade, was about 30 percent.
Tho same rate of increase for the de
cade ending 1800 will show an in-
cieasc of 15,040,0:10 persons. The
nation is growing at a wonderful
pace, and 1000 is likely to see the
population numbered 100,000,000
a population greater than that of
any civilized power on tho face of
earth, in which category Russia, of
course, is not inc'uded. She has
105,000,000 now, but there is no hope
of her being In a condition, even in
1000, to be classed as a civilized coun
try. Oni: of tho New York papers had
a startling head:
"lti:voir in Tin: G. A. It."
Tills was followed by three col
umns of dispatches from the princi
pal points in the country. But In
stead of these confirming the revolt,
every one, with three exceptions,
said there was no sucli thing; thnt
the utmost harmony and good will
prevailed in the Order. No one was
thinking of starting a schism, but,
on the contrary, was decidedly hos
tile to any such a thing. The ex
ceptions were Gen. John M. Palm
er, who is disgruntled by his defeat
for Governor of Illinois; Gen. H.
W. Slocum, who is still sore over
his failure to be elected Commander-in-Chief,
and George W. Koontz,
of Indianapolis, who wants to get
a little reputation in the papers as
tho leader of a faction In the Order.
This was all the "revolt" that tho
most assiduous ellorts of the papers
Tin: seclusion of women In Corea
is remarkable, those of tho lower
classes wear a green mantlo over
their faces, and at tho sight of a
stranger dart into tho nearest house.
In 1887, when tho Duke of Genoa
was oil" the coast with an Italian
man-of-war, after vrtin attempts to
open communication with tho au
thorities on tho shore, an olllcial
came oil' to remonstrnto against tho
indecency of the Europeans in bath
ing and Hahing, which had for some
days prevented tho villagers from
caving their homos.
Pitor. ICi.isiia Guay has pro
cured a patent for a now long-distance
telegraphic transmitter, giv
ing tho message in tho handwriting
of tho sender.
Ai.i. tho chatter about "partisan
ship In the G. A. 11." comes from
men outside of theOrder. Those In
side know how free It is from such
A Vii:nna man has lelt by will
the sum of 80,000 llorlns to a young
woman who habitually nodded to
him when she met him.
FitANcis MuuriiY says that of
the 14,000,000 people who have
signed tho pledge for him, 85 per
cent, have kept It.
Ono gooil thing that raises our
opinion of Gen. Harrison still higher
is that when In tho Senate ho favor
ed the admission of tho "State of
Dakota" meaning that portion
Houth of the 40th parallel tho re
mainder to lo called tho "Territory
of Lincoln." Now that the people
of Dakota aro sure of receiving their
long-defenvd right of admission into
sisterhood of States, wo hope that
they will not insist upon inflicting
on the people the stupidity of
"North" aud"South" Dakota. Let
them call one ofthot-o States Dakota
and tho other some euphonious and
approptate Indian name. Tho
country Is terribly wonry of those
"North's," "South's," "East's,"
"West's," "New's," and "Old's,"
on our map, and want no niore of
Teaching physiology and hygiene
In the public aohools, ivgwrdloe of
ttge, js not without result. For lu
staiH'o, after the dally loou In phy
siology, recently, an urchin whs re
quested to write a composition on
what he had learned. He produced
the subjoined': "The human body
In intnle up of the head, thorax, nd
Mhdomeii. The luwil contains tho
brain, when there Ih any. The
thorax contain the heart and lung. I
The alxlomeu contains the bowel,
which then' arc the, A, K, I, l),
I , HUdxolUt-tlUU-rt Y tuul Y."
Kikut is progiwig an well as
Ort-gou and the ftll$ . I
A man who has practiced medi
cine for 40 years, ought to know
salt from sugar; read what he
Tor-KDO, O., Jan. 10, 1887.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gen
tlemen: I have been in.the general
practice of medicine for most 40
years, and would say that in all my
practice and experience, have never
eeen a prencratlon that I could pre
scribe with ns much confidence of
success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by you. Have pre
scribed It a great many times and Its
effect is wonderful, and would say
in conclusion that I have yet to find
n case of catarrh that it would not
cure, if they would take it according
L. L. GORSUCII, M. D.
Olllcc, 215 Summit St.
We will cive S100 for any cae of
catarrh that cannot be cured with
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken inter
nally. F. J. CIIENFY & CO. Toledo, O.
B&ySold by druggists, 7oc.
Send us the local
news of your
A Sound i;n Opinion.
E. Balnbrldgc Munday
Clay Co., Tex., says :
Electric Bitters with
results. My brother
also was very low with Malarial '
Fever and Jaundice, but was cured I
bytlnioly use of this medicine. Am !
satistled Electric Bitters saved ills .
Mr. D. T. WilcoASon, of Horse i
Cave, Ky., adds a like testimony,
saying : He positively believes lie
would have died, had it not been for
Tills great remedy will ward off,
ns well as cure all Malarial Diseases,
and for all Kidney, Liver and
Stomach Disorders stands unequal
ed. Price 50c, and 51, nt Dr. H. W.
Cox's Drug Store. - ,
Now is tho time to get ready to
plant deciduous fruit trees.
The undersigned having ben re
stored to health by simple means,
after suffering several years with a
severe lung nUcctiou, and that
dread disease consumption, is anx- j
lous to make known to his fellow ,
sufleiors tho means of cure. To
those who desire it, lioi will cheer
fully send (free of charge) a copy of
the prescription used, which they
will find a sure euro for consump
tion, catarrh, nsmnthn, bronchitis' j
and all throat and lung maladies. !
He hopes all suflerers will try his i
remedy, as it is invuluuble. Those
desiring the prescription, which will i
cost them nothing, and may prove
a blessing, will please address, Rev.
Edward A. Wilson, Kings County,
New York. !
A wave of kleptomania is passing
over New York.
Nli'il In thu I'.itd.
Is it notbetter to nip consumption,
the greatest scourge of humanity, in
tho bud, than to try to stay its pro
gress on tho brink of the grave. A
few doses of California's most useful
production, SANTA ABI A, the king
of Consumption, will relieve, and a
thorough treatment will cure. Na
sal Catarrh, too often tho forerunner
of consumption, cau be cured
by CALIFORNIA CAT-B-CUKK.
These remedies are sold and fully
warranted by D. W. Matthew's & Co.
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon, at $1,
or three lor $2.50.
There- will be a great immigration
to Oregon next year.
Keoboulnf; ftuui a Soutul Text.
Kiiy tho doctors and who shall my them
niiv? u special irc(llxKsltloii mviiis re
vuUlt to tho development of rheumatism.
Where there Is this tendency, most nt us
know from observation hat a a deep hold
dWeaso takes when oneo liicui red and ue
Klected forn short time. Is not this a
sound text, then from which to mhoiMite
thoeiuly uso of Hosteler's Stomach Hit
ters In n malady so hard to dWlodeo as
rheumatism? Another thtUK., It Is well
ascertained that a fulling oil In Igor, resul
ting from Ind Kestlon and mal-nutrltlon
Increases liability to rdeumutlsm. What
then Is more. likely to act as proontatle
than this potent rectifier ot the pisttic
troubles that Increase the rheumatlu ten
dency. Malm In, constitution, dspeptla,
bllllousnes, debility and kidney troubles
succumb to this conlal proventa.hu and
A building and loan association
would bo a step in the right direc
tion. Ilou't Experlmmt.
You cannot afl'onl to watte time
In experimenting when yourluugs
aro In danger. Do not permit any
dealer to Impose upon you with some
imitation or Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, but be a uro you get the
genuine. Because lie win make more
protlt he may tell you he has some
thing Just us good, or just the same.
Don't lie deceived, but Insist upon
guiiiug xjv. lYiiigs ew tnt-eoverv,
which is guaranteed to give relief hi
all Throat, Lung and Chest atl'ec
tlons. Trial bottles free at Dr. H.
W, Coxte drug btore. Large bottles
Tho prohlbltlonUts are about to
start a dally paper in BHSfmlena.
Detr seom to Ih plentiful around
Toledo; some one kills one or two
every day or two.
A AtiMlatc Cart.
Tho ORIQINAL ABIRT
OIN'rarKNTta only put up in . .
twiHHuieo tin boxes, mihI 1, ..i
HtMolute euio for old sores, burn.
wounds, chapped hands, nd a
kin eruptions. Will poaitlvilv
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for th
ORIGINAL AIJIETINE OINT
MKXT. fcsjkt byD.W. Hattlus
A Co., 100 State street, Salem, at :'
ituu per box by mall 80 ceuU
THE MORMON CHURCH.
A rrolonced inil Bitter Wrangle In Trou
pect Among tho Faithful.
Population is rife now Anions th
faithful of tho Mormon cbur"h ns to vn
s lull be tho successor of the into I'reo
out Taylor. A prolonged an i M.t-j.
wr.mglo is quite probable. Jei'P: i'.
Smith would like to bo tho next ru r ius
nlso lieorg Q. Cannon. Both ot ti'jw
men an- influential and have a con -id -r
nblo following. Wilford Woodruu", th
president of tho Twelve Apostles, is a s
un aspnant for tho place. Ho lt nd
vhere l th Brighatn Young and Ju.i i
Taylor stood when they cssuined the
presidency. Both Smith and Cannon
iiiivo a Ktren: following among tli
jouiirt worn -at. Cannon would mil:
iiii n. tiw, a- less'vo leader. v'1imi .
the -hiU w.t i w.iich ths lata p i si I -nt
wjrf i I' in .lie I, un-l which is the mo.t in
lluent'al with.n the church, wo lid .aver
Ins (amii lacy, is h ir.l to sav. .loh'i Tay
lor, as pivshio it, w.is pretty nfti h ot't
liiriireh -ml whoso actions v - in -I I !v
tnc wislus of his circle. I :inii'i.is am
bitioiH sprit would very li i.- in u
him to further his own int r si,s soon
tli.m tliosj of tho church, .i . ,h mc
veuldnot likely bo an sum 1 1 il.i ci d
diit; in tho eyes'of the cli pi,-. Wot in
may bo chosen, but in any event it ill
scheming-clique cannot sd -uro tu vn i
tion of ono of their number, tn y i
nrofer to throw their power in ino. t
ono wnom tney ueneyo can i.e inn i.
amcnablo to their wishes raihor v.
"nito on an active leader,
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""CTCASH TaID FOR
Wools, Hides, Pelts and Fur
231 Commercial St., Salem, 0"-.
Fruit Farms of Ten
CONVENIENT TO TWO RAILROADS.
Tlit'po lands nre not ofTered nt enhanced prices. The soil and location are-
Especially adapted to growing PEARS, PRUNES, AND OTHER
FRUITS for shipping green to the Mining district? and
Farther East, while tho mutual cooperation in
Shipping, storing and selling fruits will
Bo no small considemtiqn.
Till) Very Best Land For Fruit Growing!!
ONE HOURS DRIVE FROM SALEM.
The canneries of SALEM, "WOODBURN and ALBANY are at easy
of access. None but first class families desired. Will meet
Parties with team. Correspondence solicited.
J. J. HARDEN,
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, Etc,
-A Complete Lino of-
Beaixtiful Holiday Goods!
Has just been received at tho Old and Established
f?alem Jewelry Store of
S.W. Thompson & Co.
All kinds of Watches, Jowvlry
Goods First Class.
THE BEST STOCK OF STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. IVE. WADK & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES.
Aiso a Complete Stwk of Iferihurc and hna Ma(ktrj",WngitfJi(J M'4
amgwgia.ww JiuiiBeamtcgn'Jcvu'jTiJW ajt
to Forty Acres ! ! !
and Silverware. Prices satisfactory and
Charter Oak Stoves, ,
qri ' fatiayggeai' S9B