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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
SATURDAY, DEO. 8. 1888.
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.I
Canita! Journal Publishing Company.
OJIicICoru'trJ Cui t anJEl.llioi ly:stre ttr.
Ti:itMH OKI MU1SSCHIITIOM.
One ycnr, by mnll riW
Hlx months, by mnll 2 fiO
Three tnontliH by mrill . ........ 1 2!
I'cr wc.uk dcllvcreil by carrier. 16
Ono j our SI 10
Hlx montliH , . . Jjj
Ono jenr, If paid for In ndnncc,. 1 m
Hlx tnontliH, " " " i 60
S-lfstrnnKtprH nro utithorired' to rc
9-j:ntrreil m fccoikI-cIiikm mutter nt the
Halcm.Orccon. rostollltc. .Juno 21. IHsS.
W. II. HY.YKS
ciiAKE i!. iiivini; -
mtlMHlKNTOl" Till! HKNAT1S.
It liim reached thuCAriTAr. Jouit
NAij'Hcnrs tlmt tliu Hon. .lumen" (J.
Fullertoii of Rnseburfr, Senator elect
from DoughiH comity, is being
talked of 8 ii legitimate and proper
candidate for tlio presiding oillcer of
the senate at Hh coming together
next month. The Cai'Itaij Jouit
NAi endorses this move and Is con
fldent that no better selection can
bo made. Mr, Fullcrton is a man
in the prime of life, possctsod of
good legal and educational training,
well versed In parliamentary usages,
hiiHexperlenu) as a presiding oillcer,
linn In his convictions of right and
wrong decorous and dignified in
his deportment In fact possesses all
tho essential qualities with none of
the- defects to disqualify him for the
place. The writer has been person
ally and Intimately acquainted with
Mr. Fulleiton for years. Knew
him as a toldler-boy, knew him as a
student, knew him as an oillcer,
knew him as a citl.en and knew
him as a friend. In all these years
and in all thet-e places and callings
ofllfo wo have always found him true
na steel. Tho t-cnuto will never re
grot electing James C. Ftillci ton as
its presiding oillcer. Mr. Fullerton
president of tho senato and Mr.
(Jeer speaker of tho houso would bo
tho pioper ticket.
The laws now in foico governing
tho liquor trade of tho state aro very
crudo and liberal to the saloon
element. they were passed many
years ago and found defective. The
Kendy bill was enacted and took
Its place for a short time but being
declined unconstitutional by tho
supremo court of the state tho old
law with all its dofeotw again came
Into power. Two years ago both
saloon men and Prohibitionists op
posed legislation and there was
nothing done. It seems to bo gen
erally understood that the next leg
ialaturo will bo asked to do some
thing iu tho matter. As It appears
that Oregon ii not rlpo for prohi
bition a good stringent high license
law similar to tho Kcady law, can
and ought to bo passed.
Mil. tll.AIlSTONK ON HUMIIAY ItlCHT.
Tho following is an extract from
a letter written by Mr. Gladstone,
Jnnuury 18, 1870: "Bollovlng in
tho authority of tho Lord's day as a
religious institution I must, as a
matter of course, dcslro tho recogni
tion of that authority by others.
Hut over and abovo this I have my
self, in tho course of a laborious life,
signally experienced both Its mental
ami Its physical boiielltb. I can hard
ly overstate its valuo lu this view,
and for tho Interest of tho working
inon uf this country, alike lu theao
and In other yet higher respects,
thoro Is nothing I moro anxiously
desire than that they should more
ami moro highly appreciate tho
Christian day of rest."
At the trial uf Hroiink, tlioan
arohlst reeontly convicted In Chica
go, a witness Untitled that upon
President Cleveland's visit to that
ulty Uronok iiad a dynamite bomb
prepared to throw into tho presi
dent's carriage, but viu dlsHUtidod
from doing so by two of his com
mit. A )i iivyi k, Iowa, paper asicrts
that It U (pilto a common tiling for
dign to ciininlt HUltido by Jumping
fuiu the high bridge in tlmt city, j
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Miw HAiuiibOX objects to tho
salo of her pictures, and none arc to
be had jut now, but there Is little
doubt that they will noon be seen In
the show windows. The enterpris
ing photographer is not easily
Tin: first colored man ever elec
ted to a sent In the Kansas legisla
ture Is Rev. Alfred Fairfax, who
was the republican nominee for
representative in Chautauqua coun
ty at the recent election.
A ciiKAi'comfoiterforcoid weath
er may be made by spreading news
or other paper between tho covers
No" excuse for sleeping cold of
nights when newspapers nie so
cheap. Try it.
A CaiiS'i-oii: who droVe IJIalne
over Km ope oil a coaching tour, has
been denounced by the K. of L. for
the poor 'wages' he 'pays his'men.
Mr. Cni'licgie's Income" Is $22 a min
ute. ' " " '
NnnnASKA Is' orierof the easiest
states In tho un'on in whfch to
tret a divorce on the. grouud that
they have been 8JX(Huiths a resi
dent of Nebraska.
High street, Rev. 11. F. Moody,
pastor. ServlceH Sunday at 10:110 a.
in. and 7:30 p. m.
CmubTiAN Ciiuhcii. Elder P.
R. Burnett, pastor. Preaching at
10:110 a. in. and 7 p. in. Sunday
tjohool at 12 m. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:80 p. m.
Catholic Cituitcit Chcmekete
and Cottage stieets. Low mass at
7:30 it. m. High mass and sermon
at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 3
p. in. Vespers, sermon and bene
diction at 7:00' p. in. every Sunday.
J. S. White rector
Unitahian Society. Services
at 10:30 a. in. and 7 p. in., and Men
tal Science class at 3 u. in., Sunday.
Conducted by M. V. Rork at their
hall, corner of Court and Liberty
streets, up stairs. All welcome.
Baptist Cnuiicir. Corner of
Liberty and Marlon streets. Rev.
A. R. Medbury, pastor. Services
nt 10:30 a. m. Sunday school
at noon. Young Peoples' meet
ing at 0:15 l". M. Weekly
piayer Meeting Thursday evening.
All aro coidlally Invited.
M. K. Ciiuhcii. Services will be
held In the M. K. church to-monow
as follews: Morning, at 10:30; ce
iling at 7, Sunday school at 12 si.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
at 0:30. All me Invited. Seats aie
Services at 10:30 a. in. Sunday
school at 12 o'clock, Christian En
deavor meeting at 0:00; evening
servlco at 7. Rev. Anselin 11.
Brown, pastor' A cordial wel
come Is oxtended to all. Scats free.
Prayer and conference meeting
Piuiivti:iuan Ciiuhcii. Rev
II. A. Newell, pastor. Preach,
lug at 10:30 a. M. and 7
i. si. Soelctv of Christian
Endeavor at (1:30 i. M. Sab
bath school at 12 M. ; R. S. Wallace,
supt. Prayer meeting on Thursday
ovenlng at 7:00 i. si. Welcome to
all, at all Iho services.
Tho Chilstlan Endeavor Society
of tho Presbyterian Church will ob
servo their 2nd annul versary to-morrow.
Anapptopiiato address by
tho pastor and at 7 . m. will occur
tho oxeiclses of the society. A kind
Invitation is extentcd to tho public
to attend all of4tho meetings.
Everv Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock, holiness meetings aro con
ducted at 1K iiign street.
Band of Hope meets Sunday af
ternoons, at 3 o'clock, lu tho W. C.
T. U. hall on Court St. All aro cor
1II f.flflll' ? Ui..t. U.lmn U.I.I.M
V..V.V.1.. ... I'WIIIII '".IWIWl IHUi
Ic. 7, ltNJ. of lunr ttiwr, the Infunl
daughter of win. II. llohxiinbe nml wlft.
The funeral was conducted this
afternoon at two o'clock.
AHA1K. At hli home In Albany, Friday,
lk-o, 7, ISM, uf inifinonlii, I. St. AiliUr,
Tho remains was brought to this
city for burial this afternoon.
J'KNlll.KXON.-At hU home nrnr llutto-
lllo, Friday, lve, 7, IStvS, or typhoid tv or,
DuTld J. lVintloton.
Whcro Wuiuvn nro not IVunted.
While Hiking ua this iulijeclil may bo
Intcreiting to y that thcte it mine nt
Lcatlville into which women ie never J
tnltted. K woman worn permitted to
enter tlua minx every lait man on the
piemiiea would ult wotk, The mine
haa had an aociJent for every woman who
aver vliiled it, Immediately after a wom
an hu been ailinitted aome mhhap, vtth
damage to (property or life, haa followed,
iiance the iuprUdon o( the miner.
Tho llittrr with the Hwct.
Fannie So sou ate mairted ilattie. and
have wealth aud all ita pojlbilillei?
Halite Yet, my huiband It very rich.
Knme And )ou enjoy It very much
Untie cry much, indcd.
lamnc- And your huabaad?
lUttlf Hh. well, )ou know, in tula
w orlJ, my dear, we have to Uke the bit
ter with the tweet. Waahiegtoa Pott.
XM.rtrjjuiiiMii mini i ji.iijiJujmuijiii!jiiiH'"'-i''';''f'-"tt """-' '
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A man who has practiced medi
cine lor 4U years, ougnu w kuuw
salt from sugar; 'read wha he
Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887.
Tncvra V T f MlllfllV A'. fYl. Omi.
tleinen: I have been In tho general
practice of medicine for most 40
years, and would say that in all my
practicoaud experience, have never
seen a preneration tiiat I could pre
scribe with as much confidence of
success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by you. HaVo pre
scribed it agn-at many times and its
fiivf. lu urntiflfrfnl. mid Would sav
In conclusion that I have yet to find
a case oi catarin mat h woiuu mn
cure, If they would take it according
L. L. GORSUCH, M. J).
Ollice, 215 Summit St.
Wi i-lll fflva idinn fnr nnv raw nf
pnrnrrli tlmt. n.'innot bf cured with
Hall's Catairh Cure. Taken inter-'
K J. CllEM l vS: to, xoietio, U.
KaySold by druggists, 7oc. i
A cow killed at Chelatchle, Clarke
county, W T., dressed 012 pounds. I
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. Bainbrldge Munday Esq.,
County Atty., Clay Co., Tex., hays :
"Have used Electric Bitters with
most happy results. My brother
also was very low with Malarial
Fever and Jaundice, out was cured i
bytimely use of this medicine. Am f
satisfied Electric Bitters saved his!
Mr. I). T. WilcoASon, of Horse '
Cave, Ky., adds a liko testlmouy, I
saying : He positively believes lu '
would have died, had it not been for
iMceinc ui tiers. j
This great remedy will ward oil,
as well as cure all Malailal Diseases,
and for all Kidney, Liver and
Stomach Disorders stands unequnl
ed. Price 60e, and $1, at Dr. H. W.
Cox's Drug Store.
Portland audiences aio charmed
when they he.irtlieBoston Quintette
Club. Itemember they aio to be
The undersigned having b'-en re-'
stored to health by simple means, I
after suH'eiing several ye.us with aj
severe lung ollectioti, and that
dread disease consumption, is anx
ious to make known to his follow
Biilleieis the means of cure. To
those w ho desire it, iho will cheer-'
fully send (free of charge) a copy of I
the prescription used, which they
will find a sure euro for consump-1
tlon, catairh, iiHinatliii, bronchitis' I
and all throat aud lung maladies.!
He hopes all sull'eiers will tiy his
remedy, as it is invaluable. Those
deshing the prescription, which will
cost them nothing, and may prove
u blessing, will please addiess, Rev. I
Edwaul A. Wilson, Kings County,
New York. i
The date of tho grand musical
concert has been changed to Friday, i
Dee. 14th. It will bo the treat of
the season. I
Mpix'rt in the ltul.
Is It not bet ter to nip consumption,
the greatest scourge of humanity, In
the bud, than to try to sta, its pio
giesson the brink nf the ginve. A
fow doses of California's motst useful
production. SANTA AB1 A, the king
of Consumption, will iclievc, and a
thorough treatment will cure. Na
sal Catarrh, too often the forerunner
of consumption, can be cured
by CALIFORNIA CAT-K-CUHE .
These remedies are sold and fully
warranted by I). W. Matthew's&Co.
10U State Street, Salem, Oiegon,at$l,
or three lor 12.50.
Tho Detroit river at Detroit,
Michigan, Is to bo tunnelled from
tho American shore to that of
KraionlnK flora Sound Text.
Huy tho lUx-tors mul ho shrill say them
nnT u mmx'IiiI predisposition seems re
MiUlt to tlioiloelopuicntof rlieumatlhin,
Where there Is this tendency, most ol u
know from obser ntion w hut u deep hold
illseiiRo tnkeK w hen once Incurred and m
Klecleil font Kliort time. Ik not thit. a
mhuuI text, then from which to advocate
theeaily uiso of Hiwtetor'K Stomach lilt
tern In a maliuly hnnt to dlslodire ns
rheumntlsmT Another thtm;.. It Is well
nKcertnttietl thnl it fiilllngoil lu lRtir, reuni
ting from liul gestlou anil innl-iuitrltinn
iotrcusoH llubljlt v to rdetiinntlsni. What
then Ik inert likely to nit ns prcventatho
than this potent rectifier ol tlio pistrlc
trouble that Increnso the rheumatir ten
dency. Malarln, eonntlpntlon, dI1eptla,
bllllousueri, ilobluty and kldnoj tnmblii.
Mieeumb to this genial prevent a lu and
Tho business of smuggling China
men across tho Canadian bonier is
You cannot atlbnl to waste time
In experimenting when your lungs
aro In danger. Do not permit any
dealer to lniposo upon you with some
imitation of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, but bo sun you get the
genuine, ltecauso lie can make mow
profit lie may tell you ho has some
thing just us good, or just the same.
Doti'tV' deceived, but insist upon
getting Dr. King's New Discovery,
Which Is utmrauteed to give relief hi
all Throat, Lung and Chest iifl'ee
tlons. Trial bottles ftvo at Dr. H.
W. Ctix's drug ston. Largo bottles
Farmers In tho Fnlouoeare liappj
over tho recont rains.
As AWUt cir.
Tlio ORIGINAL ABIETINh
OINTMENT fa only put up In larg.
two-ounco Hu boxes, aud is m,
Absolute ouro for old oores, burns
wounds, chapped hands, and al'
skin eruptions. Will positive!
euro all kinds of plica. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MKNT, bolu byD.W. MatUiews
i: Ca, 100 State street, Salem, at 23
wuu per box by mail 80 cents.
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Boots, and Shoes, ,
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