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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
THURSDAY, DEC. 20. 1888.
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EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAYJ
Canita! Journal Publishing Company.
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W. II. HYAUS - Editor
CLAUE H. IRVINE - - Manager.
OICDKIl AND LAW TKIUMl'IIANT,
A Honnon to a congregation of GO,
000,000 of people was preached hiHt
Sunday ut two widely distant points
pf the' country. It taught tho na
tion that law must be respected nt
whutcver cost, iiud that this land
of well regulated freedom Is no
place for force.
At Chicago the annrchist.s were
given fair notice not to defy the
law. Good citizens, and till who
were not anxious to risk their lives
foolishly, were warned to keep
away from the Haynmrket. The
pollco were there, armed from top
to toe, und after this open and re
peated warning they were thorough
ly, prepared to open lire on any
gathering (hat showed itself deter
mined to attack tho peace and good
order of the commonwealth.
Asa result the anarchists i oared
as gently as sucking doves.
On thosamo day,at Birmingham,
Ala., a mob atteinpled to foicMall
tho law by lynching an odious Ciiin
Iiuil, and was flied on at tho probi
blu cost of a do.ou lives, this lcou
had been taught in Chicago, and
did not need to bo taught again. 1 1
will probably not have to bo re
peated at B!nnin:hnui.
Yes, force is wrong and barbaric.
Tills is a fiee luiid, niled by a law
fully expressed majority of people,
who, In general, mean to do justice
and right, and peaceful aiit'iiou
will accomplish every reform really
needed. Force must go. It has no
place In tills country.
Thollijuor question Is now being
M ncltntcd n New York. Tho follow-
1 nig uiiiii inu i less iiiuicaieH now
t . .i. i . i.. .I, i i
the matter stands there:
As to high license, theio is practi
cal unanimity among republicans
ns to tho need of sonio further ic
Htrletlou of the liquor trutllc, and
every evidence of sincerity In the
demand for a measure that can be
come a law and be In forced without
reasonable excuse for resistance.
There Is equally significant and
unanimous democratic opposition.
Unit party Is not quite ready to ad
mit that It belong to political
blackmailers, boodlers, strikers, and
others who want public otllco to be
a rich man's trust, but it would
A scorn to mako no bones of its chain-
i ploushlp of the rum power and Its
A willingness to have it co.'rupt the
ejf4 morals and control the polities of
8. tho whole State.
L )& There Is a decided leaning among
Ss I it, uiu rvpiiiuicaiiH w nigu license
1 C'i l'"' ou t,lo Just and successful l'onn-
Vt sylvan la plan, reunsylvaulu has
li $ ,. four grades n,f retail licenses, based
t. on popuiiuiou, ami inoy nave
worked well, cutting down saloons
most whore they wore thickest
in riilladolphlti and Pittsburg re
ducing tho total number In the
State one half, doubling the rev--,-.
'enuo received, and giving half of It
to the State ami half to tho cities
and counties. This law has also
greatly reduced arrests and com
mitments. Tin; Chilian Government has
contracted with thu North and
South American Railroad and
llriiljfto Company yf Now Yovk to
build lx railroads on (Mtlmntes
Cmtir, the big elephant connoo
ted with ItohluMiuV Circus, Is to be
killed by electricity, a he has W
oouj w vicious. He Jihs recently
, ,tt- i : u .
Ivtft HWl tlt domoemlM of N'w
Jny IWttjtd wpwllnx tho High
I.iiH line Local OiUoii hiw .
AN 01KX QUESTION.
Cr.niiK Clauk of the House has
received the certificates of but 121
members elect of the fifty-first Con
gress, but he attaches no significance
to the delay, as It Is yet early to re
ceive certificates. He has 'learned
how" the election ha goneinall but
twodislrlctsin West "Virginia and
one In Tennessee, and buys the Re
publicans may claim u majority of
five, but if the certificates In dis
puted districts arc ,Iven 1fr Dem
ocrats they will have a majority of
one. General Gofl si ill asserts that
the Repiiblicaus will' have two
Con'essnien from West Virginia,
but if ell nieDcmociTiS the Repub
licans wW still hi've a m:joiliy of
one if a (clificale is issued to a Ro
pcblJcau r-om the disputed Tenn
essee dM.ict. If u Democrat receive-)
it they will have a majority,
prima facie, and dcniuud the right
to ori u'.e tlie House. No certifl
ciie bi's yet been Issued from the
China Joo;,a dtst ici, but Judge
Hand s ys tho Sumeme Cou.t will
ecu inlv jjlve it to the Republicans.
The.e Is a chance between the. Gov
ernor end Secretary of Staio as to
the issuance of the ertiiicale, the
latter insisting that it be given to
the Democials, yet, by his own fln-gei-s,
In a pamphlet printed 'y him,
he admit1- Evans, Republican, had
228 majority iu the district.
E. H. SCHEKMEKHOKN ofjNew
York is one of tho richest of tho
miiny millionaires who have man
sions there. He is a recluse, and all
through disappointment in love. It
is said that Mr. Schermcrhorn is
safe for at least J.20,000,000. He
never reads an American newspaper;
English papers are good enough for
him. He has not been outside of
his house for years. Eevry window
has its storm sash, and every crack'
Is stuffed up to keep fresh air out.
He docs everything by the clock.
He is culled at 0:80 every morning
and from that time until 0 p. m. ho
moves by tho clock. He begins to
drees at a cenuin time; he shaves
precisely at 7 .SO; ho breakfasts at 8:
ho writes at 0; ho reads ut 10; lie
walks around the house corridor at
11, receives his mun at 12, and so on
during the day. Ho does certain
things at tho half hours. Ho has
becomo u perfect machlue. Tho lady
with whom he was in love Isa widow.
The summit of Mount Tacoma,
iu Washington Territory, was re
cently leached by a party of' ex
plorers who found themselves at the
highest elevation, 14,444 feet above
tho sea level. The craters differ
considerably in appearance from
their aspect in tho years of 1870 and
188:1. Thcro is less eruptivo heatnnd
a larger accumulation of snow,
though the lower steppes of the
mountain are now much barer than
Till: NATION AI. CAP.
Mrs. Shea, living on Delewaro
avenue, has been haunted of lalcby
cuilnus manifestations which no
one has beeu able to explain yet.
Her house Is constantly bombarded
by stones, sometimes a score or
more falling on tho roof at tliei sumo
tlmo. Tho more tho pollco investi
gate the matter tho moro they nro
C. C.tlJi.AKK of KansaN predicts
that the next year will produce tho
greatest extremes of woathor whloh
liuvo been known iu America for
more than slxiy years. It is claim
ed for Mr. ISliike tint holms pre
dicted every drouth and wet season,
and eveiy ordinary or cold winter
which litis occurred In the past four
Fkank H. Rates of Chicago, a
trusted clerk of "Old Hutch," has
dlsappeaied with 20,000 of his em
ployer's money. John Lantiguu,
"Hutch's" settling clei'K, bus also
Phokkv-OK "WiaofNS, who is ex
ulting orcr tho votitlcatlon of his
earthquake prediction, now prophe
sies ancaithquako for tho South
ern States, to occur within a few
The ground on which Philadel
phia Is built Is one of the richest
gold fields In tho world. This is n
fact. Tho only difficulty Is that tho
field cannot bo worked,
Tin: Department of Sttito has
been lufoimcd by tho United States
Consul at Martinique that yellow
fever liss uppotutMl in an epidemic
form on that Island.
Tiikkk is trouble between the
railroads centering at Chicago and
the live stock Industries over a new
system of weighing stock.
Tlie Mhtnkcs of Youns Men.
It if UOI unficqurnlly tjjnt ji)Qunj: man
of rtpcctnlle patentac, who liatibeeD
well (duelled, lias bad ("O'l fihine uouucl
given lnm b aeaiJful ttili;6 Atnljnotlufr,
and good examileet him jj)'njtbiolli
er, has shaken of) all relrmnN uml mil (; lit
the Eociety of the diinkirt cU and freely
indulged with that claK and become tit- ir
boon companion, till all cinairiicf ha it
ita power to work in him n lefoim lie
Unea hia seniiliveneia ( honor, by his ih.
posiiiou to inebriety, recUUfk bud faith in
his every day dealiiiys uith In fcllnu-..
IledoeB not make thu ctTrt In vxlncaie
himself from the meshes nl li.b iving
infamy. Tho strong apueals f oui eiihtr
father or mother, nearly hturt broken,
seem to make no more llun it temporary
irppresiion upon bis darkiiiinx imollcct
and understanding, ti.l finnlly hopu de
parts from the boioin v lather, mother
acd kind friends, wno tmil.l gladly make
any sacrifice to restore him lo the pale of
honesty, and the full conlidtnee nf hia
fellows. But he will not be advised to do
nghj by others or chanye to K Ins ovm
volition, but seem surol) to In.. id the
downward road to ruin, as lhuun ynet
steadily down in the western hoiizon Icav.
ing the darkness of the tomb lo dost, the
scene upou mourning kindred unit frieiitU,
where might have been happy beurts and
honor and plenty, and the-htghtht respeets
and human consideration. We advise all
young men to beware of tint downward
load. It leads out by many narrow by
paths, at first, but becomes much nrond
er as you travel il, aud soon slippery, mid
seldom slips backward to the plane of
safety. Beware! Uewaie! The ovo ol
the whole community is ou your watch,
not,l 3 injure you but to help )ou ave)uur
Where Is My Olrl To-Nlght?
There are quite as many girls lost and
wandering as boys; as many (.irl children
who answered once to the name of daugh
ter, with golden locks, violet eicband lips
whioh mocks the cherry's scarlet, and
Cheeks whetf the rose plays hide and seek
at the color softly comes and iioeu. Ah,
these beautiful girls these fatherless,
motherless, sisterless, outcast and hornless
girls. Suppose we write u song, or trans
pose the song "Where Is My Waudeinih
Boy, etc.," and write instead:
Where is my wandering girl lo-nitfht?
My heart o'erflows,
And I love her bhe knows,
Ohl where is my girl to-nighl?
Who cares for these girls? I there an)
voice or song callinc iheui back to Ime au'd
home? Aio there any open doorways to
honor, to.torgivenessand reform open for
them? Call them back as much ns )ou
pleaBe as "Magdalenes," and le.ivo no
open door of hope, of respectability, ot
love and life; and they will not come at
your most persuasive bidding.
You call your sons btck to all tilings
good and high to useful lives and soei.
ety's arms, no matter to what depths of in
fainy they hove fal'eu cur girls ou
brand for like sins to hupelesi despau
through this life, and to eternal damnation
in the other.
Where do you get such one-sided idea
of punishment and religion? Not through
tho teachings of Christ nor any other hu
manitarian. Out with such a Christianity,
Tie have uo more uefor it. Give usequ.t
lights to life and all its benefits, man andi
woman; equal rights to sin if sin is a nec
essity to man, aii(l;qual rights to repent
and be recieved iuto society's dear arms
once more with men, aud upon the same
basis of Justice aud mercy accorded to meu.
Keeping Qunltty of Apples.
It is said by those who have observed
that there is a difference in the keeping
qualities of apples iu different vearsthat
nobody has been able to account for. Oc
casionally a year occurs, lo all outward ap
pearance not exceptionally different from
others, when windfalls will keep better
thau choice picked apples in for
mer ones. Such a difference cannot be
laid to the handling of the fruit, but must
be owlug to atmospheric influences.
Apples will endure without injury a
lower temperature than will potatoes,
and the cooler they are kept without freez
ing the belter. Dry, cool cellars, are gen
erally preferred by (armors as a store place
for apples, but of late some glowers claim
that this fruit keeps better in moist than id
dry places, always providing said place h
When kept in cellars, good ventilation
is necessary in all cases. When barreled
iu an oichard and not shipped away at oner,
the apples' are belter to be put in tiers
under the tree than to be put In build.
Ings. Some persons leave the barrels on
ground in the shade ami uncovered, claim
ing that they keep cooler on ground thin
when piled up. Apples raised on rieh
alluvM lands will prove poor keepers.
For the best keeping the orchard should
be high or hilly lands and not too rich.
The rxutoflice department it soon to
hae a new style of postal oard. It is
very much like the doublo card of the pres
ent pattern. Tho bank foldn are split di.
aRonVl)' uJ ot0 Mt i'" four-pointed
star. The four pornrs are folded and
joined together in the center, when the
ostdnail renjy foritiling, with a p.ece
e-f gumrnsd ipr. The card vreight less
than an ounce and will coo Urn no more
wilting than the present urt, th enly
advantage being greater privacy.
STA7B of Ohio, City of Toledo
r 1-Vihk X Cheney makes oath that
t j. . ! u..lna ,f tii. firm
dfV,J. Cheney fc Cd doing busi
fiessjlu tho city of Toledo, county
aiftltstutc ttfonaid, and that said
firiri.wtll pay tho sum of, one htin
drco nHurs for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by
tlie use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 0th day of
December, A. D. 8B.
A. V. UIjUjAOUIM i
SKAf, y isotary 1'uuiic.
TT1lc Cntnrrli flnri. i tnken In
ternally and act" directly upon the
blood and mucus, surfaces of the
system. cna lor testimonials, iree.
F. J. CHENEY &'CO.', Toledo.O.
DSTSold by ill uggists, 75 cents.
Blal'ie is suldlo contemplate writ
ing another book.
A Natoi'al Hroilurt of California;
ft isonlv found in Butte CountV
Call ornia and in no bthcr part of
the worlq. We relcr to tlie tree tlnit
produces the-healing and penetraf
iug gum used in that pleasant and
cflective cure for consumption, bron
chitis, asthma rtnd coughs, Santa
Abie the King of Consumption.
D. V. Matthews guarantees and
sells il for ?1.()0 a bottle, or three for
2.50. liy tlie use of California-Catr
It-,Cure, all symptoms of catarrh ar
dispelled and the diseased nasal pas
sage is speedily testorect to a healthy
condition. $1.00 a package. By
mail $1.10. Cliculars free.
Two cai-cs of sm:ill-pox have ap
pear-jd in South Ctricago. l
The undersigned having bcn le
stored to health by, simple means,
after buffering several years with a
severe lung affection, and " that
dread disease consumption, is anx
ious to make1 known to his fellow
suileicrs the means of cure. To
those who desire It, he will cheer
fully send (free of charge) a copy of
tlie prescription used, wiucn mey
will find a sure cure for consump
tion, catarrh, asniathn. 'bronchitis'
and all throat and lung maladies.
He hopes till MitTercrs will, try bis
remedy, as it is Invaluable. Those
desiring the prescription, which will
cHt them nothing, and. may prove
a blessing, will please address, Rev.
Edward A. Wjlson, Kings County,
Russia is supplying Montenegro
with munition of war.
jV. D. Hoyt & Co. Wholesale and
Retail iJruggists of Rome Gn. say:
We have been helling Dr. King's
New' Discovery. 'Electric Bitters and
Bucklon's Arnica' Salve for four
fivs. Have never handled reme
'dies that sell as well, or give such
iiid'civiil satiof.tciiou. There have
beeft some woiulei full cures ellectcd
by liefee medicines in this city. Sev
eral cases of pronounced consump
tion have been entirely cured by
usiofa few bttles of Dr King's
Nev Discovery, taken in connec
tioi with Electric Bitters. We
iru: rantee them always. Sold by,
Ur II. . Cox.
If two girls meet three girls and
nil kiss, how many kisses are ex
Mr. N. H. Erolinstino of Mobilo
Alabama writes: I take great plea
sure in recommending Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
having used It for a severo attack of
Broncliitis and Caturrh. It gave
me Instant relief and entirely cured
nio and I have not been aflllctcd
since. I also beg to state that I had
tried other remedies with, no goou
result. Have also used Electric Bit
ters and Dr. Klnu's New Life Pills,
both or wnicu I can recommend.
Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs und ,Cold, is
sold on a positive guarauteo Trial
bottles freo at H. V. Cox's Drug
Ou Dec. 1st President Cleveland
selected Dbwsey ns tho location for
Harney Laud District.
Digest and be Jolly.
Did over nnyono seo n Jolly dyspeptic T
Wo trow not. whnt luitural cheerftilness
Is proof ngalnstlt be iilmcwt ceaseless annoy
unco ofchronlo liullgestlonT People whose
Btomnchs ure eonstunfly disturbed exhi
bit tho utmost pec tshtiess rind nervous
IrrlUiblllty. Happily for thorn since the
Irritable, and nervous prematurely fret
themselves Into tlio grnse tranquility of
tho stomach nnd renewed gorxf temper
uwalt thorn In isurommrter, if they will
but seek IU The genial tttoimicblc, Iios
tetter.s Stomnch Hilton), breeds cheerful
ness by Insuring iu csM-ntlnl prcx-oiiditlon
iMtsy Ulgudtiou. llilllotuness, too, nud
consitlivitlou, malevolent companions of
tho bamcliee, djiKTla. vanish aner u
brief but steady coitre of the alterative.
Many n temper naturntly sweet, hut con.
tlnlyillKoui-ed by the combined uttaclc of
itili trio of Imps, jwiises tho boundary of
mnnnmnnui, Prvtut tlili possibility wltli
IrWlmUtnt. Mnhtrlu feent, rlieumntlsm.
kldnW complain ta and debility nro truly
reft o fed by this hlundurtl medicine,
Christmas will soon be hero and
still thcro Is no snow on the hills,
but abundant of grass.
Am AbaaUU Care.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIETINI-,
OINTMENT Is only put up in lnrgg
Jwo-ounco tin boxes, and Li ni
absolute cure for old sores, mrns.
wounds, cliapped hands, nnd id'
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure nil kinds of piles. AskAiribe
nnmiwir ATiTtynrvra iv..
VJtVlVAV.AJ AUtAjtfXh UlJ J
MENT. Sole; byD.W. MaUhewe
A Ca, 100 State street, Salem, at J&
ceuU jir box by nudl 80 ceuU '
O O ,T .
Wf. BROWN &'C0!
Leather and Findings K
CASH PAID FOR '"
Wools, Hides, Pells and Fun
231 Commercial St., Salem, Q- .
Fruit Farms of TenVto Forty Acres ! !!
CONVENIENT TO TWO RAILROADS.
These lands are not offered at enhanced prices. The soil and location are-
Especially adapted to growing PEARS, PRUNES, AND OTHER
FRUITS for shipping green to tho Mining district? nnd
Farther East, while the mutual cooperation in
Shipping, storing and selling fruits will
Re no small consideration.
Tlie Very Best Land For Emit Growing!!
ONE HOURS DRIVE FROM SALEM.
The canneries of SALEM, WOODBURN nnd t .ALBANY arc at casy
of access. None but first class families desired. Will meet
Parties with team. Correspondence solicited.
J. J. HARDEN, , '
FOR CHRISTMAS PRES
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, Etc,
' t A Complete Lino of
iBeau-tiftil Holiday Goods!
.' Has just been received at tho Old nnd Established
Salem Jewelry Store of
All kindB of Watches, Jowfilryand
Goods First Class. ' ' T',''
THE BEST STOCK OJ? STOYES
, IN TIE CITY IS AT
R. M-. WA.DB &O0'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, .SALEM.
AND MANY OTHER
Also a Cenplrie Stwk ef Hardware an4
T w i n SnBf
Silverware. VPricesisatlsfactory and
.Charter .Oak' Stoves,
Farm MulMtrf.Wagiisaiil Carriag