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SALEM, OR., FRIDAY DECEMBER 21, 1S8S.
-IVTANTKD-A BOY TO WORK ON
II i.irm. duurcss or can at
S5IALLPOX A PREVENTIVE. THE
preventive for stnallnoT or inr ntimr
cnicimiK urnim-ic 11 me uucuui 1 EACH
iii .ii i i. r.'...n...7 -:: "-"
BITTERS. It cleanses your blood und
strengthens your lytttmr Every fnmllr
ahould have a bottle In their house. To
prevent treating diseases, call nt your
No. 34 V SL, Tortland, 6r.
General" HoiSi Moving
Work promptly done at rcusonnblo rates.
Orders left nt Cafital JouitNAl, ofllce
will rccelvo attention. 9-11-tf
HUGHES, BELLINGER &. CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH"
ington Tw. or Cnlllornlu real estate. For
Information address us nt either of the fol
lowing olllces; Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Bio.: Salem, Or.; Portland, Or. Salem ofllco
nt Bellinger's machinery depot, ncap.thc
clly hull, Liberty i-treot: Portland otllccin
the rooins of tho State ImmlgmUonT
cornor of front nnd Ash streets." U(
T PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE
L for butter, egss and poultry. Also
have n feed store, 201 Commercial street.
lO-lD-dlm W. I.. YATEg.
SHEEP FOR SALE.
300 head of stock sheep for Pale.
For prices and particulars, address
A. care Capital Journal office.
MRS. m. i:.
Husa very fine stock of new millinery,
and is prepared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In the latest styles, Call nndseo her new
winter goods and styles.
373 Commercial street,
For tho treatment of nil diseases of men
DBS. GILBERT & 1VB3IP
Medicated vapor baths, oxygen inhala
tions, eleitro magnetism, medicated
sprays, etc. Ofllco nnd sanitarium In the
Unnk block. Consultation rreo.
A good Iron frame Horse Power. Good
tor nil uses, from one to full capacity.
All for tho low price of 30. Gill at the Pa
cific. Cider. Vinerar A. Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
MM l.i.llll...,IH-WITTrr.Tl,rlill STBE
1 2T2?- .V 7
T V THtU .'
SI AVE-YOUIA COU IN THE HEAD rtlchWi natfrtbr ftT .-- by
LeV?ScietSirof mucus matter In V"StS wreTS? of the throat, ringing or
roaring in inecars, iuio' "JliTiiSirt drvness or neai oi w "rT"v,";
paired, dullness or dizziness ?' ni t l7so you liave the CatarrhJ home
semwnf.mPiiT Is vour breath foult so,youu
symptoms, others only part-
Itestorethenseof Usteand.J.rooVsnd a cure U guaran-
lng from Catarrh.
ted by D. W. MATTHEW
aueasa. incloseannaji" -
who are sufferers." -,-rc.t.ri TtV
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU &IW00DARD, Wholcsale-Deoot
n tt .
Monroe & Bell,
Sample Roo.ts for Commercial Travelers.
From Jl to$3prday.
SALEM - . OREO OX.
THE CAPITAL COFFEE HOUSE
Meals. 25 cents: bn.ird. nsn nop wt
Fresh milk, cream and oysters always on
219 Commercial St.
'Ileal Estate Bargains.
51,000 160 acres, (i; miles from O it C de
pot. Good house, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and In cul
tivation. S2.000 S) acres. 4 miles from Salem.
Good mad to tojyn. Improve
ments fair. Flneirult land.
$3,190 8.S acres 'J'i miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid laud,
all fenced. Make a desirable
S2.VX) GO acres 1 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. Flno young
orcuaru, ana garuen lauu.
Jt.lsO 100 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
In lots of 40-acro tracts at f23 per
510.S00 (iT.j acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Etccllent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Wlllnmetto river.
Will sell in tracts.
81,37j fllacre-s, 1 miles of Salem. House,
barn and orchard. Largospring
nt the door. Good soil, and
plenty of timber.
82,100 lajacres, 5 miles of Salem; good
road; well Improved; stream
running through tlio place.
$00,00 -100 acres (4 miles west sldo O
CUR) good house, barn nnd
orchard, 1J0 In cultivation, bal
nurn mi If irmh nasturoland.
10 acres, 1 mllo from Salem, ad
joining iair gruuuu. uuw muu,
t0 acres, S miles Salem; all In
niiitivnilnn: no buildings: near
school bouse. Excellent fruit
$4,000 370 acres, 6 miles from O AC R II;
all fenced; well wntcied. House,
barn, and small orchard; 150
ucrcs In cultivation.
$2.750. 3 lots, with goou iiuue nnd barn,
East Salem. Dcslrablo location.
We havo besides this n largo list o' city
and farm property. Buyers would do well
to call and examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CIIAMI1ERLIN,
Opera House, Court St.,
a.ajtf Salem. Or.
BLVCKSMITIIIXG and HORSESHOEING.
2S3K 312 "" sl Commercial St., Salem.
Vh A V A R R H
SGRIBER ft POHLB
S yVM-nnE TOn
have all tbee
RECOMMENDBD. tonattir speetol ent of the
inr ku i j - - i b.a vin nm iilud as -
nlicAT-Il-CUIlB rar "-.
Friday, Doc. 21 Silverjuhllco Acad
envy Sacretl Heart; Dedication of
A. 0. U. W. Hall.
Dec. 24-5-fl Lillian Drew Dramatic
Co., at Opera House.
Dec 24. Christmas tree, Baptist
Dec 24. Christmas entertainment,
M. JE. rhurch.
Dec. 25. Christmas eutcrtalnmontf
Congregational cnurcli. ' '
Dec. 25. Christmas program, Prca-
This powder never varies. A marvel ot
nurltr. strength and wholesomeiiess. Moro
economical than tho oidlnary 'lnds, nnil
cannot be sold in eoinpotltl'iii with the
multitude oflow test, short weight alum or
phosphate ponders, s-old only In isms.
Hoy a 1. 1IAK1NQ Powni:u Co., 10ii Wnll.N.Y.
DR. J. 51. KEENE, 1). D. S.. DENTAL
rooms o er White Corner. Ulllco hours
8a. m. to 5 p. in.
TiHYSICIAN. .MRS. DR. 51. E. McCOY
L physician and surgeon, has loomed
nnd taken rooms (land 7 at 51 rs. Sarctoants
In tho opera house. Chroulo iII.cusom a
specially, uonsuiiauun irec. j-itin
Bit. MASON, DENTIST, Suc
cessor to Br. J. C. Bynl.
OIIlco over Busli's Biuili.
Wo uro selling
If you want auy thing in that lino
Wo will be glad to see you
At our ofllce.
97 State St., - - - Salem.
"Will list property at u fair price.
Fire Insurance a specialty.
THOMAS & PAYNE
J. W. CRAWFORD,
Stoves nnd Tin Wnre, Foree
it ANUFACTURKR OF
Tin, Conner ami
numbing nnd Ons Fitting, lUwifliig and
Spouting, uttnded toon nhort notle.
261 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
The great colleetlon of the jnont thrill ng
personal adventures on both sides dur ng
the great cJvll war. Intensely Intewt ng
accounts of exploits of iteoal and pt.
forlorn hopes, heroic bravery. "Pr""";
menu and halr.breidlb ej. roaUe
lneldenu. hand-to-lnd struggle, humor
ous and tragle events, peril" journeys,
bold dashes. brilUsnt sue-es and ijujg
nanlmous actions on each fldf Jihe line
00 chapters. Profusely llluslrmud toll e
Hie. No other book at all like It Agwt
wanted. OutselU everything.
Time for pay menu allowed ageoU snort
of funds and freight prepaid.
PLANET BOOK CO., Hex .
Com p any.
fire and Ma
rine. JOH. ALBERT. Agent. .
HAVE CONCLUDED TO STAY,
An Opportunity That Should M lie
Lost Tu Consult the Famous
Through the earnest solicitation
and retiik-st of their patients and
others to extend their visit in Sulem
they havo concluded to do so, and
can be consulted at tho Chcmckcto
hotel until further notice.
During their practice hero In this
vicinity they met with great suc
cess, and "roved themselves physi
cini.s worthy of confidence and of
unquestionable reputation, as their
cures and testimonials can bo sub
stantiated by personal Investigation.
That Di-b. Darrin have effected
extraordinary cures after all elVorts
elsowliere have failed, is a fact sup
ported by the strongest evidence.
Their cures, moreover, aro rapid and
permanent, as tho following testi
monials and letters will shew:
A PMUIINKNT LADY OK CORVALL1S,
OIL, 1U:CIT1 I1KR IIXPKR-
ir.NCi: OF DR. DARRIN.
Du. Darrin Dear Sir: I wish
toixpress my gratitude to you for
the wonderful results your clcetro
maguctie system o'curo lias done In
my case. Two years ago I was
stricken down with apoplexy.
Numbness nnd giott pain in my
head and neck followed for a long
tlnio other nUllctioiis came thick
and fast. I had chills, liver and
stomach der.ingcmcnts,causlng vom
iting for weeks. In short, my
w hole system was thoroughly per-
hueuted with malarial poison, and
continued so until I had n second
stroke of paralysis. Hearing of you,
I put myself under your care, and
now, after tli rec months treatment,
I rejoice to tell you I am restored to
health, and win be referred to at
Corvallls, Oregon. It this will hoof
any sonic to you, publish It.
Mrs. N. P. Unions.
ANOTHER OPIIN LlTTTI'll.
8i:atti.i:, W. T., 18S8.
Dns. Darrin Oentlciuen: I
now take the ple.tsure of writing
you that after a full course of your
electro-magnetic treatment I am
now entirely cured of a pain in my
client, which has troubled me for
over cl;ht years. Having been un
der treatment of doctors of Ijivor
pool, Glasgow, Calcutta and San
Francisco, none of them did mo any
good until I came under your treat
ment, which I am sure has jxr
mancntly curod me, for which, gen
tlemen, I bog to remain,
William Lit ilk.
DifioiiAiioiNo i:ar curkd.
Dr. Darki.v Dear Sir: This is
to cult I fy that I have been under
your truutiuciit for a discharging
ear, of one year's standing, and
been cured by you, Ilcfer to me at
Tillamook, Or. Yours truly,
Alfrrd IjKTCIIKR, Jeweler.
NHRVOUfl DK1IILITY AND UKAPMaW
Mr. Editor DeurSIr: ltallords
me a great plousuru to certify that
my daughter Tulltu, who for
a long time was nfillctod
by nervous debility, the result of
u serious uttnok of malarial fever,
followed by deufuotH und discharge
from the oar, and who has wasted
away practically to a shadow, haw
been fully restored to health und
strength by the skillful treatment of
Drs. Durrlu. Tho who saw bur
two or three weeks ago aro astonish
tnl at her rapid and complete re
covery, I am glad to have an oj
portuulty thus publicly to thank
these skillful physician for their
kind oftlcea and skillful treatment.
I may Imj referred to nt No. til, cor
ner Fifth and Columbia streets,
Portland. Mrh. H. A. Wooumw.
OrVWK HOUIW AND PlMCB OY
Drs. Darrin eau be consulted free
at tlwj Chemekete Hotol, Salsm, Or.,
until further notice.
They will under no clreuirwtau
on take a case they cannot euro or
benefit. Charge are reasonable,
and tho poor treated freo from 0 to
10 a. m. daily. Ofllco hours from 10
to 4 daily; evenings, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 112. All curable
chronic dlseasesloss of manhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rhoea, stricture, Bnermatorrhrva,
seminal weakness, or lass of desire
of sexual power In man or woman,
catarrh or deafness, are confiden
tially and successfully treated.
Cures of private diseases guaranteed
and never published In tho papers.
Circulars sent free. Most cases can
rccelvo homo treatment after n visit
to the Doctor's oillce.
And Notes of a Uoocral
terest to tho Westerner.
1MU Nyels expected to visit tho
coast this winter.
Tho lato heavy rains havo started
mining operations in Oregon.
Tho ostrich farm in Los Angeles
county now has l!5(l full-grown birds.
A Sutter City man has an olive
grovo of 8000 trees In good condi
Itival electric light companies are
expected to lower rates at San
Wheat Is wortli 71 cents in Al
bany. About 100,000 bushels await
Tho latest reports aro that tneio
aro live eases of smallpox near
Monroe, eighteen miles above Cor
vallls. Tho Willamette valley is u scone
of great activity. Salem, Albany
and Eugene City aro all going for
ward with great rapidity. Uinpqua
Tlio llrst smelt of the season was
taken In a net In Lewis river, Ore
gon, last week. Tlio fish hardly
ever conic to tho Oregon rivers ear
lier than February.
Tlio Willow Creek branch of tho
O. It. & N. was completed to Hej-
pner Dec. !lrd. Tills Is thu llrst of
a scries of lateral lines that will bo
built south from the main road.
The recent heavy rains have
raised tho Calapooia so that the .'),
000,000 feet of logs which have leon
placed In the stream to be Honied
down to the Albany saw mill lmo
been started down.
Theru is a movement on foot to
erect a temperance temple at
Spokane, and definite stops will
soon bo taken in tlio matter. Those
interested are looking about for a
suitable slto. It will require (20,000
for the grouudiuul building.
Mrs. Wells of Ashland, distrust
ing banks, kept her wealth In bags
of bod-tlcklug until a few days ago,
when an employe on Iter farm found
a bag containing $1115 and started
south with it. He was followed
und brought back at her excuse,
but escaped again, and now Grand
ma Wells keojw hor surplus cash In
In Uvr Wits llli Wife.
"What can I do to regain my hus
bands love?" writes Mrs. Carrie Jt.
of Toronto. Shu adds that seven
year ago slit) was married under
the most happy auspices and until
six moulds since happiness crown
ed herd inostlo life; then her bus
bund Ise.iiui'dlntant In his manner
toward her, until now he Is xwltl
vely cold Mrs. It. gives no partic
ulars but if she Is ulHloted with dis
eases jK'Cullur to her sex If her
cheeks have lost their bloom, uud
tier eyes thulrspurklelt limy explain
tlie cause of her complain. In this
event Dr. Pierce's Favorite prescrlj
tlou will effect u magical change
and restore her to health. As u pow
erful Invigorating tonic, Dr. Pierce's
Puvunte prescription nupuris
strength to thu whole system, and
to the womb uud Its upiMiutlages, In
particular. For overworked worn
out, run-down, debilitated teachers
milliners, dniwmnkers. seamstrewes
shop glrlH, houMekuepcni, nursing
motuers, ami lecuie women general
ly, "Favorite Prescription" Is the
greatest jsMslble Imsiii, Mug un
equaled as an appetizing cordial mid
It Is pleating to note with what
rapidity the circulation of the Capi
tal Journal U Increasing. Ad
vertisers will do well to note It. Tlio
dally edition Is coming to the fore,
while the weekly U meeting with
Sai.km, Dee. IV, 18S8.
A. C. llllyeu, respondent, ve.
Erank Paisley, npollant; appeal
from Crook county; argued and sub
mitted. S. F. ltlohimlson, att'y for
respondent, A. S. Dennett, att'y for
S. E. Fonton, appellant, vs. ltod
ney Scott, respondent; appeal from
Lane county; Judgment of the court
below aftlrnied. Opinion by liOrd J.
This above Is tho contested elec
tion over tho countyjudgshlp of Lane
county and seats Scott, republican,
who was elected according to tho
ollltial canvass, over Fenton, dom
crat. Tho circuit court seated Scott
and this decision nlllrms that of thu
N. Laugcll, appellant, vs. A. Lnn
gull, respondent; appeal from Jack
son county; Judgment of the court
below reversed; decree given for tlio
plalntUrrorfc!,727.U2, with Interest
ftom Jan. 1, 1881, at 8 per cent per
annum. Opinion by Thayer, C. J.
I. It. Dawson, respondent, vs. M.
E. Poguo ct al., respondent; appeal
from Jackson county; Judgment af
firmed. Opinion by Thayer, C. J.,
Mary E. Fuigeson, respondent, vs.
Sarah A. Jones, appellant; appeal
from Marlon county; Judgment re
versed. Opinion by Strahun, J.
1 John F. lthorton, appellant, vs.
W. FvsjNlcudciihall, respondent; ap
peal from Linn county; Judgment
nulrmcd. Opinion by Strahn, J.
Praib of a t'louctr.
Ltioluu 11. Heath, who died at
Santa Cm., Cub, yesterday, was
for many years u resident of Salem.
Ho was county clerk of Polk county
two tonus, was the llrst socretarylof
state after Oregon was admitted,
and from ISO!) to 18(17 ho was engag
ed with It. H, Dearborn and A.
Hush In tho goifflrm merchandise
business iu Salem. Ho moved to
Santa Cruz in 1807 on account ot his
wife's health, and has lived thoro
over since. Ho visited Salem last
August, and went from hero to bis
boyhood home In New York, and
had returned to Santa Cnu only a
few i lays before his death.
Por Count llcti'inM.
Washington, T)co. i!0. Propos
als worn Invited to-day by the
secretary of thu navy for tho con
struction of armored coast defenso
vessels of 1000 tons exclusive of
armament. Dlds uro to bo opened
on thu 120 of February.
Win. Galloway of MuMlunvillo,!).
S.Bulok of Myrtlocreek wero to-day
upiHilnted by tho governor as mem
bers of the Statu Agricultural Hoard.
They aru their own successors and
thelrappolntinents aru forfouryeara
from Dec. llrst.
Ntrrrt Csrs are litre.
Thu ears for tho Salem street rail
way arrived yesterday. Tho Iron
for tho track has not arrived yet but
Is expected early lu tho week. Tho
road will bo In operation by Jan. 1st.
-Every boy will bo presented
with a toji and every girl with u
story hook. This applies to alt
who make purchases at Uoorgu
F. Smith's great Auction House
during thu Holidays, lie sum and
remember this, tf.
A good illgtuitlon waits on upiwtllu and a
l-ixmI upirtlll uiioof tliert signs of
hwiltli. Uouar low spirited, Irritable,
bullous, or havo an Irregular amwtll,
then we nil vise you by all means (o take
l)r Henley's Duiidellon Touto. It will
make a no v man of you.
Hold by D. W. llatbews a Co.
The Tscomo News it foi s new name ft c
Washingtoa Terrltoiy, when it become
a stsie, and lu course of its lenurkt In view
of rivalry between (lie woulJ.be ciliei, pio
poicsto take the full yllVti of their
names and place them together, For in
lanre, Ta-coins, Kl-lemburg. Se-atlle, Vs.
kinii and Spo-kaue; the results would be
TaeheyMpo. Now oomes in the W. W.
Journil ram who wants the tint syllables
of his own town lacked on, which would
be a kind of a double shot) making Wa-lla
Wa-lla) adding together we hare Taelsey
atpowawa. Mrs. Hannah Uoles, who lives at Hanni
bal, Mo., it the wife of the celebrated
"Lone Highwayman," Dlwk lltit. Sho
tsjrs she believes he ii si devoted to her
a wbea he left, 20 years ago, and that h
baa noble trails of character.