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Hnleni.OrcKon.l'ostotllw. Juno 21. 1888.
W. 11. HYAlKj -CLAItn
(J. A. It. INl'OUTICS.
0,en. John lf. Palmer wan n can
didate for Govqmor in IIHuuIh. He
ip ti democrat mid alo 11 member of
tjiq (1. A. It. orgiuiintloii. It may
bo wild that lie wan defeated In the
contest but Isunncccssary toadd that
lie Ihiis mad aa tormented hornet
oyer the result h, Without any jus
tice he now proposes withdrawing
from the order and encourages as
much dissension as possible. It is
unicoessary to acknowledge that a
very large bulk of the O. A. H. vote
say nino tenths or more went to
Harrison. Cleveland and the dem
ocratic leaders have appeared to do
all In their power to al e into the
old soldier, therefore they should
be tho last to complain If these
men do not give them their votes,
As tho returning (Jougrcj-vnjcn
assemble In Washington and ex
change views regarding tho late
election, the opinion becomes more
general that tho tailll", ufter all, was
only an incident, and not, except
in certain eases, a potent factor in
Senator Faulkner of West Vir
ginia says that notwithstanding
several democratic mill-owners in
tho great manufacturing city of
Wheeling swung out of Hue, the
Cleveland electoral ticket gained
rather than lost. In other words,
tho tariir scare failed utterly to
frighien the worklngmen.
Congressman Yoder ( f 01 1 1 w is a
candidate for re-election. It was
s.ijd early in the campaign that the
wool-growers, who are very numer
ous In his district, would vote solid
ly against him and thus insure his
defeat. Ho was re-elected by a ma
jority of 1,800 more than ho received
two years ago. In his , Judgement
the pension vetos of tho President
injured him more seriously in Ohio,
Indiana and New York than tho
General Hovey, who ran on the
Gubernatorial ticket In Indiana
with General Harrison, also empha
sizes tho fact.
.Speaking on this subject General
"It was a sold lei's' eamjiaigu, and
tho soldier vote decided tho result.
T have no hesitancy In saying that
in Indiana alone 10,000 democratic
soldiers voted the republican ticket.
I do not believe that.thu tartt' Issues
changed !t,000 votes either way, and
n close lumhHlji.or, tjio, returns, I be
lieve, would shpf , thivt Us lutluenco
was .rather igalpst ps than for us.
I Jui vq no dnubfc wjiuvur, . lf,h,o
fapttt.wcre H!qept1lble ,of ,prpf. Lthut
at leasf. as mapy duiocrJie .olrilore
In New York voted for General
Harrison as (he, .t?tnl republican ma
jority in thai State hJiuyv?, I kUW,
the way the soldiers In .Indiana
voted, Ihmuiuso I received 'tcrnoutil
letters and corresponded with many
of tlicni, Thot result shows. i
If President Cleveland's .Adminis
tration hat, IxHtn such as to attract
to t the soldkr yoje, nothing could
huve prevenUMl.iiis xiveleetlon,"
Tun suggestion . is made that
President Cleveland should Imitate
John Qulmjy AdjijnV.pxampJo und
take a seat In the huuso pfltoptvscn
tutlvtw. Tho suggestion Is well
enough so far as it goes. Hut when!
U lio olug U) ilud a district to.bc
alitvfod frvun and the people to elect
Hit. Talmiik is authority for the
staUmont Uiat Gun, Harrison has
dally ftunUy prayers at home, and
that few laymen van dulivermorv
devout or Intprowlvo prayers lu
household -worship tlmn lie. He
Avlll iiiulutHlu the same habit when
lie reaches Washtngten.
Ckkmation'Is gradually advanc
ing into public favor, but a recent
discovery by A. H. Daniels of Chi
cagp Is ylaimud to furpish.n far more
piecing, ,v'ay to dispose of our
bodlfs after, death. A certahi
"mineral vapor bath,!?- the coinpoJ
tion of which is a secret, is prepared
to arrest decay in dead bodies and
restore permanently a lifelike ap
pearance, even some days after
dcatli. If this can be done, the
wonders of ".She" may be repro
duced in reality.
Polk survived his retirement
only three months, Arthur less than
two years, and Washington died
Within three years of his leaving
olllce, .lames Monroe and Andrew
Johnson lived sx years after the
close of their presidential services,
while Ihielianan lived seven and
Jackson and Grant eight :eqrs.
Franklin Pierce died 12 years after
lie had laid down the burdens, o(
the chief magistracy; Thomas
Jefl'erhon, 10 years; John Tyler,
17 years; John .Quincy Adams,
Madison and Fillmore, 10 years;
Van lluren, 21 years, and John
Adams did not die until he had
spent &J years in retirement at
Quincy. His was tl)o longest life
that the presidency records, and he
lived longer as ex-president than
any other wearer of the distinction.
Vvi.lv 8,000 miles of railroad will
have been constructed this year in
tho United States, and tho prospects
are that next year will witness a
huge Increase In these operations.
At Parkersburg, Penn., two
houses are being erected which will
liave paper walls, paper partitions
and paper roofs.' - -,
A Card of Tnanke.
Editor Capital Jouhnal :
Though about to return after a four
years' absence, to California, where
we lived for fifteen years, we find it
very hard to part with so many who
have manifested the kindest feel
ings toward us and our family, and
the generous appreciation of hat
ever efforts wo havo made in behalf
of church, temperance, prohibition
and other good causes. Tills tieaour
hearts to Salem and her people so
(irmly that only the loss of memory
and heart can sever the bauds of
friendship. .And we rejoice to know
that, though some workmen may
remove to other spheres, God and
good people will carry on the work.
Wo have ever taken pleasure in
speaking loud the praises of Oregon
with Its vast resources and bright
future. And as we are leaving it
Justus the tide of immigration and
prosperity are setting fully towards
It, we shall often tell of its ad
vantages, with even fuller confi
dence and enthusiasm.
Tho railroad, with Its swift mov
ing and regular trains, connects
Salem and Fresno, our new home,
and at least an occasional trip back
i among tho anticipated pleasures of
tho not far distant future.
More hospitality than character
izes Oregon people cannot bo found
anywhere. Put in our Fresno
homo our latch-strlng will always be
found on tho outside, and handy for
any of our Webfoot friends, and
particularly of Salem and Marion.
"With malice toward nono, with
charity for all," (however much we
may hate and fight all forms of cor
ruption and the Iniquitous liquor
traUloand drinking customs in jwr
tleular), we subscribe ourselves,
J. W. Wnnit,
siio :mii Slue li) until.
A 1UI0 llYe-jcusiM who lima in noitb
wett lijtliliiotc, the (Hiilool a jolly papa
and it devoted minima, sunt to kind.
ercrtem ihe uthtrdajr. It was her tint
experience at ichool, but her composure
wai remaikable under the circutmtancu.
The teacher asktd her what ho had been
taught at home, and the replied:
"I tan tloK."
"What ean you sing!" inquired lite
toaolwr. . v
"Oh, Iota) amma and papa mnketnc
tun; taunt bmnt.'! 1 .
"Then let u hear one," taid the teacher.
The tjvc-yeai-ohti didn't heaitate a min
uto, .but bvcan a (ollojrt
"If a body meet a body
Tramping tlitough the mow,
There are no tlie on Gallagher
3cauic lie let thorn-go.
The teacher wai dumfouuded. On in.
quiry the fount -that while lh mamma had
tried 1 hard to teach her nfftpring tneh
tuplndies at "heulah Land," the wicked
papa' instruction prored more effective.
Mrs. Hood, tho Pendleton lady
who shot horself through tho hand
recently while attempting to shoot
a hawk, is experiencing no ill ollVcts
from tho wound received. Tho
w-eapon huug fire, and Hheunthlnk
idgly placed the palm of her hand
over the nnuxle when It exploded,
the bullet going straight through
A man who has practiced medi
cine for 40 years, ought 'tomknhw
salt from sugar; read what he
says: ' ". ,s8."
Tow-no, 0. fTnh. ao, 1887r
Messrs. F. J. Cheney A'.-dojSeiH
tlemeti: I have been in thcigedertit
practice of medicine for most,40
years, and would say that in all my
practice and experience, have never
seen a prepcration that I could pre
scribe with as much confidence of
success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by you. Have pre
scribed it agreat niaiiyitimesSnidilts
efl'eet is wonderful, and would say
in conch'sion that I have yct'to find
a case of catarrh that it would not
cure, If they would fake It according
L. L. GOKSUCH, M. 1).
Olllce, 215 Summit St.
We will give $100 for any cae of
catarrh that cannot be cured with
Hall's Catarrh (Hire. Take" interr
nallv. , .
F. J. CHIPPY & CO. Toledo, O. j
Bfery.SoId by druggists, 7oc. 1
The estimated appropriation sul -mittcd
to congrcs for Ynquina Bay
ii J.310,000 and 1,000,000 for the'
mouth of the Columbia.
A Sound Lejjal Optulnn. ,
E. IJalnbridge Mundoy Esq,, i
County Atty., Clay Co.. Tex., says :
"Have used Electric Bitters with 1
most happy results. My brother!
also was very low with Malarial
Fever and Jaundice, but was cured 1
bytimely use of this medicine. Am j
satisfied Electric Bitters saved his 1
Mr. I). T. WilcoxBon, of Horse 1
Cave, Ky., adds a like testimony,
saying: Ho positively bolievcs hej
woulu nave (lieu, nau 11 1101 ueeu ior
.'Plila irnit ri'triedv will ward .of I.
as well as cure all Malarial Diseases,
and for all Kiuney, jiver iinn
Stomach Disorders 'Stands' unequnl
ed. Price 60c, and fcl, at Dr. H. W.
Cox's Drug Store.
Two men In St. Louis have goi 0
crazy over the result of tho electloi .
Tim undnrsiirned havlnir hDeu ic-i
stored to health by simple means,
tiftnr uiiMirlnirHivcrnl veurs with 11
severe lung affection, and that
dread disease consumption, is anx
ious to make known to his fellow
unCli'iorM tin mentis of cure. To
those who desire It, he will cheer
fully send (tree 01 cliarge) a copy 01
tlwt'nroHnrlntlmt userl. which thov
will find a sure euro for consump
tion citnrrli iiQlmit Im lirntli'hl t iO
and all throat and lung maladies.
He Hopes an suncrers win ii-y ins
remedy, as it is invaluable. Those
ilnalriiiir Mw tirpRprlntlnn. which will
cost them nothing, and may prove
a messing, win pictisu muuess, xwv. ,
Edward A. Wilson, 'Kings County,
John Bright, the great English
0 miinouor, is lying at tho point of.
death at London.
'lpii'l lu tin, Hull. I
Is it not better to nip cousuniption, )
the greatest scourge of humanity, in 1
the bud, than to try to stay Its pro
gress on tho brink of the giave. A
few doses of California's most useful
production, SANTA ABIA, t lie king
of Consumption, will relieve, and a
thorough t"vatnient will cure. Na
sal Catarrh, too often the forerunner
of consumption, can bo cured
by CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CUBK .
Tlieso remedies are sold and fully
warranted by D. AV. Matthew's & Co.
100 Stato Street, Salem, Oregon, at 51,
or three tor $ 2.50.
Hall McAllister, n celebrated law
yer of San Francisco, died Saturday
at San Bafacl.
IttasonlOK ftoni a Sound Text.
Kny tho doctor nml who shall sny them
iinyT a upooliil predisposition kcerns ro
vulslt to tho development of rheumatism.
Whcrothero lit this tcmlcney, mofct ol us
know from ou-erv ution what a n deep holil
illhensatnkCH when once Incurred and ne
Rtecled font nhort time. Is not this a
sound text, then from which to advocate
thovarly uaa of 'llmtoter'a Stomach Hit
ters in 11 initially m hard to illflotlee as
rheiimattiiiiiT Another thtnr;.. It U well
ascertained that 11 fallliiKott in vigor, reMil
llnirlVoni lud Kestlon and ninl-iiiitrlllon
Increases lliibltlty to rdeuiutttlsm. Wltat
then Is mere likely to net as preventative
than this potent rectlller ot the pisirto
l.xmbles that Increase the rheumatic ten
dency. Malaria, constipation, ilyspcpthi,
hllllouineti, debility and kidney troulilis
Hiiecuiiib to this genial prcAcnta.tut and
Senator Sherman is In favor of the
annexation of Canada.
You cannot ullbrU, to waste time
In experimenting when your lungs
aro in danger. Do not penult any
dealer to lnijoo upon you with some
Imitation of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, but bo sure yon get tho
genuine. Because he can make more
profit he may tell you. he luis some
thing Justus good, or just the same.
Don't 00 deceived, but Insist upon
getting Dr. King's New Dlscoverv,
which Is guamntevd to give relief In
all Throat, Lung and Chest direc
tions. Trial bottlea freo at Dr. II.
W. Cox's drug store. Large bottles
Qijrl Solmrz has returned to the
Aa AkMlit Care.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIETIKh
OINTMENT la only put up In large
two-ounce tin boxes, and Is an
absoluto euro for old Bores, burns,
wouuds, chapped hands, and all
sklu eruptions. Will positively
ouro nil kltuls of piles. Ask for the
QKIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Bolti by D.W. Matthews
ii Co., ion State street, Salem, at 25
vuts wr box by null 80 cents.
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