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FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1838.
Republican National Ticket
Of Indiana. '
For Vice President:
LEVI P. MORTON,
Of New York.
Foit Piumdkntiatj Ki.ixtohs.
Ilobort Mclean, of Kluiimth County.
Wm.Knnus,of Muttnomuh County.
O. W. Fulton, of ClfUsup County.
A ivr.iiTiw:.Mi:NTn undkh Tin:
A honiiH of WASTiiii, run ham:,
Poll HUNT. FOUND, LOsr.rtr.. of nit nt
ccptiitiln niituic, not to exceed three lines,
will bo lieo lor olio week ml one nd. for
eneh InilMilliiil. Thin doeH not Include
It unsworn lull to conic the tlrst time wo
ImltotiH iiiuiiy repetitions itsuio neccHsurv
to mh'iiiu lint j on ml vet tlMi for. Wo w IhIi
tlio ihIvciIImtm to feel that theynro iioLlm
imxlntfon ax by using our licoiolunius.
The ('Ai'irAl. .loiMtNW, Ik the medium
tlitmiKli hl(h the general public m o ul
wnjs have tbrlr miiiIh supplied.
AiImiiIIkcin hIioiiIiI leuieuilier that lct
teisdlieited to INITIALS ONLY mo not
dntlieied tliroimh the poKtotllce. If Ini
tials mo used they should lie dlitetcd to
the cm c of Minic person, III in, or liostntllco
AilM'itlKciiieutH enn bn left lit our olllco
or pent through iho mull to
CAPITAL JOURNAL PUJ1. CO.
A M'ltiKi:, piuticlpatcdlu by atiout
lilO boys, has been the eatHo of clos
ing two of the largest glass factories
in Maryland and thiowlng l00 men
out of employment.
A I'oitUi'.si'ONiMiNT heard some
cornet playing fioni a phonograph
wlilnh had been repeated mom than
u thousand times, and all tlio notes
wore as clear and distinct as over.
JSnulikii physicians condemn clg-
tirutto Hiiioldng hecauso it pioduces
throat diseases, tfvon tho bust cig
arettes are. dttngeioiiH. They cause
more consumption of nlcntiuo than
either the cigar or the pipe.
It Is a little early for candidates of
tlio coming legislature to let their
figuring bo known. It is Just us
well mid perhaps better to keep
mum until after the asscpihly meets,
as there is many a slip eta to tho
politician, ns vull as other people.
Ai.K.VA.Nnr.n Ddmah Is one of the
few wealthy authors In tho world,
lie htu a magnificent house In Paris
filled with art treasures, Near
Dieppe he owns a bountiful chalet
covered with Ivy mid decorated on
tho inside with huudsome fundtura
and rare paintings. Dumas Is sixty
four years of age, hut strong and
Tin: name of the new Persian
minister, Just arrived, Is Hodll
llcwsom Ghooly Kahn. Ho Is ac
compaulctl only by hlshcorx'taryand
two native Persians. Mrs. Hodll
Hosm'ui GhoolyKahn wlllnot chine
over for tho pivsent. There aro
Mivontl of her, and Washington
society might not take a fnuoy to
Uamiii.imi on election rosults
1I01M not have a teudotiuy to build
up the moral tone of any party, In
fact thu gambling on tiny cuutliilato
ought to tllsfrtiiiehlso the piirtlol
IKiutti In the M mid It should also
1)0 a llimble oltunso with both iartlis
nnd also tlk' htako holder. This
would have it tondunqy to and
would imuIIv ston tho nufurlous
iiruottaM of tiettliiK on the hult of
A TIIIItD TRANSCONTINENTAL.
The O. It. & N. Co. lias succeeded
after considerable difficulty, in se
curing the right of way across the
Cceur D'Alcnc Indian Reservation.
This move will enable that company
to extend its system to Mullen, the
objective point in the Cauir D'Alene
mines, and the work- of extension
will be commenced Immediately.
From Mullen to Helena, Montana,
tlio present terminti'jof the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba road, com
monly known as "Jim Hill's road,"
is about 250 miles, and it' will be the
policy of botli companies to fojm a
connectlonlatid another grand trans
continental line, with Portland and
St. Paul as termini.
The Jim Hill road is building rap
idly towards the Pacific coast and
will seek a connection at Mullen
with the O. R. & N. Co. to enable
It to reach tide water on the coast,
and before the people are aware of
the fact Portland will be the term
inus of another great system of rail
roads reaching across the continent.
The completion of a new system
of railroad will bo looked for anx
iously, as it will servo in a great
measure to solve the transportation
pioblem which is now agitating
Portland and the O. R. & N. Co.
Three road? competing for the same
territory will result In lower freights
and fares than if two roads nowcon
trolling the Northwest should unite
to divide the territory between them.
The existence of a third road will al
ways render Impracticable the quest
ion of a Joint lease and tlio division
of the country betweenl two monop
Tin: following from an unknown
author contains much more truth
than peetry: "If my friends have
alabaster boxes laid away full or
fragrant perfumes of sympathy and
direction, whlcl they Intend to
break over my dead body, I would
rather they would bring them out Hi
my weary anil troubled hours, and
open them that I may bo lofreshed
and cheered by them while I need
them. I would rather have u plain
cofiln, without a fiower, a funeral
without an eulogy, than a life with
out tho sweetness of love and sym
pathy. Let us learn to anoint our
friends befoiohand for tho burial.
Post-mortem kindness does not
cheer tho burdened spirit. Flowers
on tho collln cast nd fragrance back
ward on tho way."
Tiu:ui:is a doctor in Chicago who
is possessed of a small fortune inn
gilt frame. It Is a mirror of such
poor glass that it imparts a greenish
tinged and awful pallor to the coun
tenance of any one who stands be
fore It. lThangs on the wall in his
outer olllco and naturally tlio wait
ing patients glance in It as they en
ter. They are alarmed at what they
icgtird as the shadow of death upon
their faces, and when tho cunning
doctor summons them to his inner
sanctum they aro suffering all tho
ills that Hush is heir to, and willing
ly depait with a pocket full of pre
scriptions. When they look in
their own mirrors at homo they are
confident that the medicine has
helped them. It Is a great scheme.
Tm: Dakota Indian never loses
sight of his own importance. Tho
ImpresMvo spectacle of White Ghost
remarking to Secretary Vilas, ofter
the hitter's eloquent address of wel
come; the other day: "I'll see you
later; I'm tired now," eoiiljnns this
view ot Sioux dignity.
Du.J. J. Hayard, an uncle of
Seeietary llayard, Is a reeluso down
In Texas,, living thirty miles from
San Antonio In a little hut built by
hlmsel f, consisting of n. single room.,
Fifty veiim inro he lost his nronertv
by a ljood, and soon after his wife
ran away with n minister. His
heart was broken, he became
misanthropic, and retired from tho
A AhKlite Cirt.
Tin. ORIGINAL ABIETINJ,
OINTMKNTU ouly put up In largi
iwiKiunce tin boxes, and Is jm
ihxihito cure for old oxve, burns,
n-uiintlo, chapped hands, ftij i;
-kin emptlons. Will positively
eurv nil kinds of piles. Aak for the
ORlpTNAL ABIETtNE OIKT
M ISN'T. Kolu byD.W. Matthews
iVt'o., 106 State street, 8ttlem, t 5
it'uu jHir box by mall SO cents.
O.000. Itcr4. 13.000.
For n letter or more pleasant re-
ntwly for tho cure of consumption,
bronchial troubles, innigh, croup
and wluopliig cough, than Santa
Abie, the California king of con
sumption. Every bottle warranted.
If you would bo cured of that dis
gusting disease, Catarrh, uso Califor
nia Cat-r-flurw. ?1.W n Jar; by mall
$1,10. Rauta Able ami Cwt-r-euro
are sold tul warntuted
by D. W;'
The Empress of Auttria Is proud
of her waist, which Is one of the
smallest In Europe. ,r At a ueoont
reception her (cntlro MjodiceVwis
hidden with an tlnorustallolr. of
diamonds, rtn cnieralfi'tho 8j?e(pf aft
egg forming tho.cojMr.u- ghrj f&ore
a diamond nccklacottvlth "pendants
of emeralds. 'A' diamond crown,
formed of single stars, was on her
head, and her mass of brown hair,
with feathers artistically mingled
with It, fell In curling waves down
her back. t ,
Srnatok Ingallb is one of the
men who have sufl'ered at the bonds
of the caricaturists. lie is tall,
spare and agile looking. A Jock
of snow-white hair surmounts his
forehead, his eyes are bright and he
speaks without aflectatlon of any
kind. The faculty of force and
finish which is so marked a
characteristic of his speeches is the
nutural manner of tho man,
At the Wallowa brick yard while
digging clay some bones of a mam
moth animal, now extinct, wcre.un
eaithed. Part of one bone is gono,
but enough remains to show that it
was probably the hip bone and is
nearly as large as a man's body.
The other is evidently a rib ami
measures seven feet in length. The
bones wcie found underneoth the
clay on a layer of sand which would
substantiate the theory that the
Wallowa valley at one time was a
vast lake and this deposjt of clay has
been made on the sand during that
Wo oiler one hundred dollars re
ward for any cas-c of catarrh that
can not be cured by taking Hall's
1. J. Uheney ite Co., 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, mid financially able to
cairv out any obligations made bv
West & Truax, wholesale drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
Walding, Kiuunn & Marvin,
wholesale druggists, Toledo, i Ohio.
E. II. Van Jlocscn, cashier,
Toledo national bank, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's catarrh cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucus surfaces of the
system. Price, 75c. per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
.Nntlounl Surgical Institute.
Twoormoro miikcouk representing this
Institute will be nt tho Chcmeketa hotel,
Salem, N"oeiiber 10th, KSS.
They como fully prepared with all tho
apparatus necessity for tho successfu
ti eatment of their specialties,, cunaturo of
tho spine, diseases of the hip nnd Unco
Joint, crooked limbs, club feet and all
bodily deformities. Their success In treat
ing theso troubles as well us all chronic,
and sexual diseases ha niiido for the In
stitute a national reputation. ,
Upon application, rcferenies will bo lur
nlshed from patients In till parts of the
United Stales. , ' .
All persons w ho aro sulferlng fnim any
of tlU'so complaints, should not fall to take
ndMintage of tills oppoitunity forielicf.
"The Jladoiiua, at iho Tub,"
Of whom Miss Phelps writes, was a
genuino specimen of health and
strength. She doubtless heeded the
warnings of her piedeeessors, and
understood and appreciated the
matchless qualities ol Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, which relieves
and cures so many ailments peculiar
to the box. As a powerful. Invigor
ating tonic, it imparts strength to
tho whole system, and to tho womb
and Its appendages, in paiticular.
For over-worked, "worn-out," "run
down," debilitated teachers, millin
ers, dressmakers, seamstresses, "shop
girls," housekeepers, nursing moth
ers, und feeble women generally,
"Favorlto Prescription" Is the great
est earthly boon, being uueqiialcd
as an appetizing cordial and restora
For constipation, sick, or bilious
headache, uso Dr. Plereo's Pellets
orauu-uiuous granules: purely vege
table. Quo a dose.
ft. M. Ii:win,
The oitisns of Ki)om, this t enlug. nt 7M
rniiK iioaud oi-" puhuc lii'ii.niNo
X MiumlMtoiu hereU)- ln lie kwlwl iv
ixwAUftirthenimpletlonnftwo rooms In
Uva cwplt) balldin mjfdjng to r')nc-
0Jl!brS! ,""lJ ut cklck T"1.
. .. loarJ oTUMtimlMiuusn.
Wm. A. MVNLtf, Oerk of Hoard, t d
WM. N. LADUE. -
I)K. J. REYNOLDS,
JOHN' MOIR, - - -
- - President.
- - Cnshler.
, GENERAL BANKING,
Extlnnsoon Portland, ''an Frnnclsco,
New York, Lrtndon and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County und City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
United to deposit und transact, business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property nt
reasonable rite. Insurance on such tfe
cuiltj cm be obtained at tlio, bunk In
mo't reliable companies. (
BVTAIJLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHOniTY
'l 1. 'I
SALEM, --'-OREGON. l
Capital Fail up, - - - $75,1)1)0
Surplus, '. i . - - .'10,(100
It. fa. VALLACi:, - President. ,.
W. W. JIAJtTIN, - YfccPuhUlonL
J. II. ALlJEilT - r.f) r,C!iler.
W-T. Gray, oil ;WmW. Martin,
J, Hi Martin, II. f&'VYftilace',
prj,W,!A.Cuslck; J. ILAlbtrti
, ,, . (t. itcFv P.ittomfl i
To fivrnicn''on,wlie,U and other mnikct
nblo produce, conslgucd 01 In store,
either In private gnftmrlliN or i
State and County Warrants Boulit at Par.
'' "comMerciaV paper
Discounted Qqretujonnblflflrrtte. Drafts
drawn, illrect,.on,N'ow York, Qhlcago, San
Frariefxcb; PoWlaHd.London, Paris, Uerllri,
Hong Kong arid Calcutta.
') T(l -.1 II '1.1 ' ' '
Itnpoitcisiind Dealers In;
Boots and fa!
Ucneral Agents for Oregon of
IV. it Forsylhft infjiliblo 'Cora Cure.
h , " I. I. llH !
343, Commercial , Street,
. (Geo. K. Good's rfld stand.) '
li -r -n -1 -1
,NK OK TIIK T4AIIGEST EST AI1LISH
'meiits In tho Stntr. tnwrei- nife ihnn
'brtliind. Lnnrcht stack Iomil IlLinks'ln
thestute, n 'd,hlggeit dtBcouuU Hend for
ob iirlnlliiL'. and cntnlOL'uo ot.
ti-r -i y v. . .. . .tv; f"'
:. una rnunogut
s. ' K. il. WAITE,
Steam Printer Salem. Oicron.
de: ', , u
General House SlOVint liaising and
" Hfpajring r '
Work- tironintlv rinifiiittriirinnAlitnmteB
Orders lea nt Capital JouiiNAb oOlce
will reecho attention. ' Ml-tf
Twke Note of Thin.
7K1H 83.300 VK WILIi SKLLOO acres
wen improved irnnleti' land, within 3J
year nroana. iiuitaings good, fine YOUNG
11a irwvs(l uinnt iumu ii iiiiiii inn
ORCHARD ond oxcelleia grass innd. This
ls,u,btiivnln, nnd will be held only n short
i netd only n short
Call, and wo will
time t ,theo flgnres.
how you the property.
WlLLfS A CIIAMBEIILTN,
Opera House, Hnlcm, Or.
-riXPIlKsS-WAqoN. QUICK AND 8AFK
Vj delivery. Wm. Iteunln having bought
tlio esprcMi business of Walter Lowe; U
nreivired to drllxer trunks, iiillsiai ivmb.
"kv, nuu nuy iiuugsisu inni no can
.. i . .vi, ..:"7.i :: -:.
hts wuron to nny port of the city, nuloker.
safer, lictter, and neater, than It can be
iiouv u uiiy uouy
else. Iao orders at
C o m p any,
tro and Mu
rine, JOS. AL11K11T, Agent. - - Kalam, Oregon.
4 PrRAL,8tLVKUTO WKKKLY. Hj&O
Jt peryear. Independent. TheAvi-KAl.
tsielrctibited In Marlon. Una and Clack-
Hwoafountles b&. bmyi etHWUlnd eight
years and U an exrWlent adverttsing nie
drom. Flir twins addrvM the iHibniher
II. O. Guild, Sllverton. Or.
Admirers of Cleveland nnd Harrison, we believe In
We protect our customers from paying ruinous prices for their goods by selllnetn
them on a ery small profit. s lo
Is our motto ns everj- person is free to trade with us nnd take advantage of tho
low priced. We hnVotlic'most complete assortment of ' irae
Boots a'nd ShLoes
TM r-f- iA-nQ ' Z-h
JL v yj-s a-
To be found in the cliy. "Buy as you-vote" with your eyes open,
iiinke j ou w cleome nt the ypera House Comer. t
1 ' t
T7 f t
An excellent stock of
At prices extremely low. Full stock of
STAPLEAND FANCY DRY
GOODS In ajl departments.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
LUNN & BROWN'S,
30 Coiner State and Commercial streclRt
THE BEST STOPK OE STOYES
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM,
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware and
A PINK DUST AND MOUSE-PROOF
A Organ, also a second hand llano at a
bargain and on easy terms. Call on 1 ,
THE (fAPlTOL COFPEE-IIOUSP
Meal, 30 eents; board, It per week. No
Chinese employpd. ,
a. v j xJTV
1 1 xJirt
Call, and we will
Special attention Is called to pur splendid
display of tashionable gnrmenta
,froiu tho,wel! known
1 ok nosroN.
from us, being the tlnestllno
ever placed before the public.
Each Rarment has a label at collar
band bearing the manufacturer's name.
Is unusually largo
and nrlcd, repre
, Agents for tho new Mather patent
LACE KID GLOVE
CITY IS AT
Charter Oak Stoves,
1 1 a 1 1
Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriage
GAN FURNISH MESOUITE OR A
mixture oMJnooln nd ilesqnlte in
large or small qnantitleiS. -For wrms- "
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MathuwH A Co.
W. L. YATSi