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SALEM, OR., MONDAY DECEMBER 24, 1S88.
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BOY TOTfiWJUti fcjf A
Ml at CAPITAL
MALLPGX a preventive. THE
J. n v urn.
Monroe & Bel),
smallpox or &ny other
catching disease la the-
BITTERS. It cleanse? your hlnnrt -T
strengthens your system. Every famllv
should have a bottle. In ttSeirSoutt. Tb
Srevent treating dueasej, call at your
rugglst or address H.KLAS.
No. 21 F St., Portland, (5r.
Worfc pwtjipUiyXpiliBl reasonable rates.
Orderaileh.at UaxtAi. JoniurAii office
wUl receiVo attention. MMf ,
Sample Roon?s for Cgmmercial Travelers.
From 51 to?S per day.
SALEM .- .. OREGON
I Dec. 24. Christmas tree. Baptist
Dec. 24. Christmas entertainment,
M. E. Church.
Dec. 25. Christmas entertainment,
Dec 25. Christmas program, Pres
HAVE CONCLUDED TO STAY.
Dec 24. Christmas cross and con
cert at tho Christian church.
Dec. 25. Tree and festival at the
Qermau Reform church.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
TXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH'
Islington Ter. or California real estate. For
Information address us at cither of the fol
lowing effices: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Moj Salem, Or.; Portland, Or. Salem office
at Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty street; Portland office In
the rooms of tho State Immigration Board,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 173tf
J- PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE
for butter, eggs und poultry. Also
five a feed store, 2W Commercial street.
10-19-dlm W. L. YATEs.
Meals, 25 cents; board, J3.50 per week.
Fresh milk, cream and oysters always on
219 Commercial St.
SHEEP FOR SALE.
300 head of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, address
A. care Capital Journal ofllce.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
MRS. SI. 12. WILSON
Has a very flno stock of new millinery,
and is prepared to do
.160 acres, 0, miles from 0 A C de
pot, uoou nouse, uarn ana
orchard. Fenced, and In cul
tivation. $2,000 SO ucres. 4 miles from Salem.
Oood road to town. Improo-
$5,490 8o acres 2M miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
all fenced. Make a desirable
$2,500 W) acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. Flno young
orchard, and garden laud.
$4,180 190 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
In lots of 40-acro tracts at $23 per
.075 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land.
adjoining Willamette rlrer.
AVlll sell In tracts.
$1,375. 51 acres, 4 miles of Salem. House,
barn and orchard. Largesprlng
at tho door. Good boll, and
An Opportunity That Should Not Be
Lost Tu Consult the Famous
In the latest styles, Call and seo her new
winter gu9ds and styles.
875 Commercial street, Salem.
,120aeres, 5 miles of Salem; good
raid: well lmpro cd;
For the treatment or aU diseases of men
DBS. GILBERT & WEMP
Medicated vapor baths, oxygen Inhala
tions, electro magnetism, medicated
sprays, etc. Offlco and sanitarium In the
Bank block. Consultation free. 10-Sdw
c f rn ...
.400 acres (4 miles est side O &
U It 11 ) gooa uuusv, uuru nuu
orchard, 1 JO In cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pnsturo land.
10 acres, 1 mile from Salem, ad
joining fair ground. Oood land;
.40 acres, 5 miles Salem; all In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. Excellent fruit
.370 acres, 0 miles from O A C R R;
an rencea: wen wiuereu. nwuny,
barn, and small orchard;
acres In cultivation.
A good Iron frame Horse Power. Good
lor nil uses, from ono to full l"101'?
All for the low price of $30. Call at the Pa
clflo Cider. Viheirnr & Fruit Preserving
Copipanyte office, Salem, Oregon.
2 750 3 lots, with gooa uouse and barn,
EastSalem. Desirable location.
We have besides this a largo list of city
and farm properly. Buyers would do well
to call and examine our hpldlngs before
making their purchases.
WILLIS iS i;iiA3iur.uiii.il
Opera House, Court St..
BLACKSM1TIIING and II0IISESI10EING.
This powder novcr varies, A marvel ol
purity, strength and wholesninrncMi. Mom
economical than tho ordlnnry kinds and
cannot bo sold In competition with tho
multitude of low test, short w eight alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Bakino PowdkkCo., lOtlWall.N.Y.
i t nr L'rrvi' t .. u ni'VTti
room's oer Wlilto Corner.' Office hours
8 a. m. to 5 p. in.
T)HYSICIAN.-MRS. DR. M. E. McCOY,
1 physician and mngeou, Ims located
and taken rooms G and 7 at Mrs. Hargeants
In tho oiera house. Clmuilo diiinHiw a
specialty. Consul union free. 12-21dw.
DB. MASON, DENTIST, suc
cessor to Dr. J. C. Bynl.
OlIIco over Bush's Bunk.
Wo aro selling-
REAL ESTATE I
SAM 312 and 314 Commercial St., Salem.
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If vou want any thing in that line
We will be glad to sec you
At our ofllce.
97 State St., - - - Salem.
"Will list proporty at a fair price.
Fire Insurance a specialty.
THOMAS & PAYNE
J. W. CRAWFORD,
mi.A COLD IV THE HEAD wMeh do reyfrM by'
?Yinaofmus matter in the nasal !"- ,& ihW Ll"
XI ccSlve secretion of miieu:
.ve secretion of mujms " , wrene-M in
r. spitting, weak andda W. 'h nwrine oof
n Ae cars, more or imiairm f ht of the noe
...rukit nuimarv im'
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noeT Have you vm. an
Knj.,;r cm.ii i ivnur breath foul! ."" "-
symptoms, others only, part. Pot-R-Cure
California vat-iv "
n wJ!L. nd smell, remove, tad tU ;d ?,. guaran-
...u w. - -TlflM.ni a um. rw"
ii ir iwitit ii t m rHHT nuu w n
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
ted by D. W. MATTHEWS
.tTXsvw York City, tori
CAPTAIN CHARMS U "VSmmnrat San FrMf,
Phi; .:.t ir,.IniiraaeiWBiP"nj . - -. frlMd IB fi
trouhlnl with f!hronlQCatarrl l5
mended your California
curative properties; dui iiui
disease. Tnelosd tind $9 tar vr
who aro ufffcrers." v-TT?l?m BY
BOLD AND GUARANTEED U
1 1 must wy.afty jraATnwSHi
h tor wnlcu seed m i"
I agent of tb
IfSllh Ib IU
W. MAnHEWS & C0IWOTY,
106 STATU ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU &.W00DARD, WhpMe Daoot
AND WATER PIPES,
and Tin Wore, Koivo und I.lft
Tin, Copiier, and
Sheet Iron Ware!
Plumbing and Gas Pitting. Itooflng and
Spouting, attended to on short notice.
261 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
Through tho earnest solicitation
and request of their pntionts and
others to extend their visit in Salem
they lutvo concluded to do so, and
can be consulted at tho Cheniekete
hotel until further notice.
During their practice- hero in this
vicinity they met with great suc
cess, and proved thonmolvcs physi
cians worthy of contldenco and of
unquestionable reputation, as their
cures and testimonials can bo sub
stantiated by personal investigation.
That Drs. Darrin have ell'eeted
extraordinary cures after all ellbrts
elsewhere have failed, is a fact sup
ported by tho strongest evidence.
Their cures, moreover, aro rapid and
permanent, as the following testi
monials and letters will allow':
A PUOMINKNT LADY OK COICVAI.MS,
on., HKciTis iii:r i:.i'i:i-
JUNCi: 01' DR. DARRIN.
Dr. Daiuiin Dear Sir: I wisii
to express my gratitude to you for
the wonderful results your electro
magnetic system of euro lias done in
my cae. Two years ago I was
stricken down with apoploxy.
Numbneis and great pain in my
head and neck followed for a long
time; other atlllctloiis camo thick
and fast. I had chills, liver and
stomach dcrangcmout8,cnuHlng vom
iting for weeks. In short, my
whole system was thoroughly per
meated witli malarial polHon, and
continued so until I had a second
stroke of paralysis. Hearing of you,
I put myself under your care, ami
now, nftor three months treatment,
I rejoice to tell you I am restored to
health, and can bo referred to at
Corvallls, Oregon. It this will bo of
any servlo" to yon, publish it.
Mrs. N. P. RuinciH.
ANOTlimt Ol'KN J.l.TTBlt.
Skattm:, W. T., 188S.
Dus. Dauuin Gentlemen: I
now take tho pleAsuro of writing
you that after a full courso of your
electro-magnetic treatment I am
now entirely cured of a pain in my
ohest, which has troubled mo for
over ulglit years. Having been un
der treatment of doctors of Liver
ool, Qlasglow, Calcutta and San
Francisco, nono of them did me any
good until I camo under your treat-
liisnt, which I am sure lias jwr
manontly cured mo, for which, gen
tlemen, I beg to remain,
discharging kar cuithi).
Dr, Dauuin Dear Sir: Tills Is
to certify that I havo been under
your trwitinunt for a discharging
ear, of ono year's standing, and
been cured by you. Refer to mo at
Tillamook, Or. Yours truly,
Alkrbd Lirrciiitit, Jeweler.
NHUVOUH IlKIIIIilTY AND DKAPNHiMi
Mr. liuiToii DeurSIr: Itallords
me a gruat pluosuro to ctirtlfy tlint
my daughter Tullta, who for
a long time watt atlllutud
by nervous debility, thorwtult of
a soriotis attack of malarial fever,
followed by duafiiem and discharge
from tho oar, and who has wasted
away practically to a tdiadow, has
been fully rtwtorud to health and
strength by the skillful treatment of
Drs. Darrin. Thou who mw her
two or three woeks Hg are ustouinh
el at hur rapid and complete re-
and tho poor treated free from 0 to
10 a. in. dally. Ofllce, hours front 10
to 4 dally; evenings, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All curablo
chronic diseases, losa of mauhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rhoea, stricture, suormatorrhfra,
seminal weakness, or loss of desire
of sexual power in man or woman,
catarrh or deafness, nro conlldon
tlally and successfully treated.
Cures of prlvato diseases guaranteed
and never published In tho papers.
Circulars sent free. Moat cases can
recolvo homo treatment after n visit
to tho Doctor's ofllce.
News And Notes of a (Icncrnl In
terest to the Westerner.
f,. onul onlUtlan OUut RKMt tbDUInif
rvnouml iMiventure ou both id "' . oovery. I am glad tp Jiave
tbesreatelvtl war. Intmll ! I J v
illTJ 7j 'nioiu of sotmju and wto. i iiortuu ty tiu uubllo y t
&n.ndQtta' "k,rl lliylul 'w their
Ineldenu. Iwaaao-baiui Mnwm, ""'".' I klllUOIUiXw UIM1 KKIUIUI irMllllni.
mm and tragic ecnU,
bold dubw, iHnillKni
irtiOMiiM aa nw i nwy in reitHTtxi to at
nanliiKMw aeU- "5 ?.!?? Jf! -XL imr Fifth and Colun
." i fc . . . -
A J..UU. ln.AlUlv lllUntWtlWl U
III. Nootlrtf UktU II M It. AmiM
wuitd. OotIU verrthliME.
TlN for iiitU aWowa MiU
of Mad aBrnkiit prefld.
l'LAKHT BOOK CO, Wox wu.
Pli od H-rtae.
JOH. ALBKKT. ASnt, Htlua, OtfgOB
No. U, cor-
Portland. Miw. H A. Wwiiikk.
OPflCK HOUIW AND PLACK Of
Dm. Darrin win he ooihkiUhI Utxa
ut the Chwuoktrio loM, Balwn, Or.,
until further notltv-
They will undar no clrou8tB-
ca take a oae they oamiot cure or
bcoeflt- ChArgwi aro rwuwuable,
Tlio Newport News has susiwuded
publication at least for tho present.
Independence is enjoying a boom,
as two banks of that placn are soon
to bo mado national banks.
Laughllu McLean, night clerk of
tho International hotel at Portland,
has fallen heir to ftW.OOO.
Recently eight tons of turkoys
wero shipped from Oakland, Doug
las county, Oregon, to Snn Francisco.
It was J ust ono year ago Monday
of last week since the O. & C. was
opened up from Portland to San
Tho Oregon Development com
pany's new steamship, tho Santa
Maria, lias arrived at Yaqtilna and
will enter tho trade.
Tho two Paalnis, Sam Jones and
Sam Small, tho great evangelists,
are coming to the coast and will be
at Los Angeles early in January.
We look for them up this way.
Astoria is lecolvlug a glorious re
ligious awakoiilug at tho hand of
Studd and Jiurko. They nro hav
ing n serious time converting the
sailors nud editors, notably the
Tho celebrated discovery of tho
richest gold mine In the world be
longs to a citizen 'of Corvallls. Jnniw
Hayes in 1850 discovered gold on
Gold Hill about twelve miles from
In Grant county cattle aro in a
poor condition to withstand a huvciii
winter hut if feeding can bo dis
pensed with until after this month
of course thoru will be more hay
later ou when it is needed,
Tho southwestern portion of
Astoria, as laid out and plotted, Is a
vast Held of hidden wealth in tho
phapo of good cud. Such Is tho al
leged fact as revealed by a man who
claims to be au expert and probably
Hon. iierryman Jounlugs died at
ills homo In ClncknniitK county Sat
urday morning, of natural causoH.
He was a pioneer, having come to
Oregon in 18-17. He was at ono
time Grand Master of .the Masons of
Au Alhlnu doctor vaccinated Inla
nd f. It "took." Ho scratched; got
somo "vuoeluo" on his Angers; ho
scratched sonic more mi illlluruiit
parts of Ills, body, and as a result his
neck, faco and hands resemble a
piece of tuirou(hly-nouiiiuKl beef
steak. The city election held in Oakland,
about three weeks ago dealt u fatal
blow to tli" liquor trade In that
town. The new city council ilxud
the auuual retail liquor llcenbo at
tjlXK), and tho llcuiiw for belling
liquor lu quantities from a pint U
ward at CXOO.
The Orttfon Development com
pany la negotiating for a htoamer in
Now York, hald to li superior In
npeed and OHuoity to the Yiuiulua
Ray. H U uiHluntUxMl the steamer
ha Iwon offered to the ooniany at
a curtain price, anil the trade- only
awaits the dx4ion of thtt utthtiaU lu
Important Events of tho Whole World
for Twenty-four Hours.
Attacked by n Hog.
Aliuny, Or., Doc. 21. A Herald
s)ecJal says : "Miss Ella Wheeler,
who lives near Wells statlou, iu Din
ton county, on Friday went to visit
her aunt, Mrs. Williamson. As sho
approached tho houso sho was at
tacked by a savage dog and sovorely
bitten. Tho dog sprang upon her
and fastened his teeth iutoher lower
limbs, frightfully lacerating tho
flesh. Tho unfortunate young lady
has since been confined to her bed
and is lu a critical condition. It is
unnecessary to add that tho dog was
Itquluk 1IT AbamUutd.
The export divers Page and Nel.
son, who went to Yaqulua bay on
the loth lust., have returned to San
Francisco. Their trip was fruitless.
Tho men say that when they
arrived at tho scene of tho wreck
tho sea was so rough that it was Im
possible to make a descent outside of
tho steamer so they went down in
side. They remained in the hold
of the vessel for an hour but their
work was so retarded by dunnago
and floating debris that tliey could
not locate the hole In tho bottom.
Troup i righting I'll".
Paul, Dee. 2.J. A dispatch
Fort Asslnabolno, Montana,
Yesterday all tho troops horo,
six companies of infantry and three
of cavalry, wero out on tho prairies
west of tho post lighting lire lu tho
tall grasp. There is il high wind and
it is feared the garrison buildings,
with a largo quantity of stores, will
A Cold Wave.
Hahakac Lakk, N. Y., De.
A wW wave hw dervi
low wri bmi njflhu
X feutintU Hlit.
Gwiulne new bunkwheat flour,
and a tine artlele of table nyrup, ut
the Oranga ttorc, VM State (dreet,
Tu Opitn thu ll.iMiirvutloii.
North Yakima, W. T, Dec. 3.
At a meeting of tho board of trade
actlvo steps wero taken for having
the Yakima Indian reservation
thrown open to settlement. Tho
reservation contains 800,000 acres,
r.00,owi of which Is tho flucst quality
of arable land, and but 1000 Indians
belong to the reservation. This laud
is all tributary to this city.
Htuulny In Alltn,
London, Dec. 2.). Tho West Tele
graph Company has received the
following dispatch from St. Thomas,
dated Friday, 2 p. in.:
"I have ust recolvedluforuuitlou
that Henry M. Stanley, with Kmln
Pasha, has arrived in Aruwhlm.
Tho news Is reliable. Further de
tails will follow. Parsons, Agent."
lllnd .oil llarOruve.
Kanhah City, Dec. 23. Bx-Cap
tain of Police Charles S. Dlofxch
was found dead this morning In
Union Cemetery lying on his daugh
ter' grave with a ghastly wound
lu his head, while a murderous look
Iiik revolver told tho rest of tho
MurtL'il it CIiImuiiiuii,
San FRANCiHto,Deo.23. A young
and good Looking woman, apparent
ly 25 yeam of age, named draco
JolliiHon, recently froiu New York,
was married by contrmtt yesterday
to Yheu Ah Lin, a pruiiilueut Chi
nese meruhautof this trlty,
Tluit Oimrunllno Airulr.
MeKuiie, who hasbteii lyluj in Jail
at Lafayutte on a charge of lutirdur
lug JanuM J lew ley, was liulluled by
the grand )ury for; mau-ttlaughter.
His bull was llxed a,t M,000. The trial
will not come oil this term-
Nhw .York, Dee. 28. Jaek Kll
ruluy through hU repruHuutatlve in
thu city, dbjKMltwtl $6000 cash with
the editor of tlw Clipper to ever
Sullivan's deiionlt for a tight for tho
olmmplomdilp of the world and 10,
OU) a side.
Wi.SMl', Dc 28-The Su
preme Court at Ottawa uuuilmotuly
iloeidwl Ut favor of Muultohu In tho
dispute about the right to vroan tho
Canadian Paelflg traoka,
Pruicn to Demtli,
Amiaxy.N. Y Dee. M ISuVaul
OallaitUer, a machinist, wag frozen
to duath yesterday, within 500 leet
ofhw liouw). Theruioiueter Z1 de
gree below zero.