Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, December 07, 1888, Image 1

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CAPITAL
JOURNAL
VOL. 1.
SALEM, OK.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1SSS.
NO. 1237
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NEW TO-DAY.
WANTED A HOY TO WORK ON A
farm. Address or call at Camtal
Jorxax. offlce. dlw wl.
,rnT.nnv . nni'rpvTii'r r-
Opreventlvo for smallpox or any other
catching disease is tho OUEGON PEACH
Bllliiivs. ii cleanses your mood and
strengthens your system. Every family
should hnvo a bottlo in their house. To
prevent treating diseases, call at your
druggist or address II. KLAS,
No. 21 F St., Portland, dr.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HOWARD BROTHERS
-DO-
General House Moving, Raising and
ring.
Work promptly done at reasonable rates.
Orders left at Capital Journal offlce
will receive attention. 9-U-tf
FOR BARGAINS IN
FURNITURE
GO TO
ROTAN & WHITNEY,
102 Court Street, Salem, Oregon
Having bought out the remainder ol tue
chair factory's stock, we are prepared to
hell chairs lower than any house in Oregon
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
REAL ESTATE
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
EASTERN PROPERTY
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH;
Ington Tor. or California real estate. For
intormation address us at either of tho fol
lowing effices: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Mo.: tinlom. Or.; Portland, Or. Salem offlce
at Bellinger's machinery depot, near tho
clly ball, Liberty street; Portland offlce In
the rooms of the State Immigration Hoard,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 173tf
X.. S. SKIFF & CO.,
DENTISTS.
Otlfce ncarjthlo
Opera House.
Teeth extracted
oy tho painless pro
cess.
MARKETS.;
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET. - SALEM. OREGON.
43-A11 kinds of fresh and cured meats
alwfyson hand? full weighted a square
deal all arlund.
For Sale.
A good iron frame Horse rmver. Goo?
tor nil uses, from one to full wjPUfc
All for tho low price of S. Call . HtUie 1 n
cltlo Cider, Vinegar & Fruit. Prescn iD
Company's offlce. Salem, Oregon.
THE SANITARIUM
For tho treatment of all diseases of men
und women
DBS. GILBERT & WEJIP
.Medicated vapor baths, oxygen InhaUv
uons, electro magiie. .""-.",.
UUUH UlUVtti vwiw"'"""
Tli your breath touir v.j
symptoms, others only -
rVllifOrnia.
njnCnUrrlL Easyanai
lA Cu Mu
SAVESYOUIA COLD IN THEU the n PJjnYftfroat. ringing or
cetJlve secretion of mucus mu frequent ofimrtl. memory lm-
rktng. spitting, w ieS lmpolrroent of the ri'b'?weT Have you tort
roarlngtntW ear., more hm d Mg$$LfMXX,ma
puireu. uuuuc
sense of smell
RECOMMENDED.. t qf
Twtlnv of Newark City, '"jr? sayet "I hv
JL'AITAIN CIIARLraL-DIMOXof?",, WmH.S "
Phoinlx and Howe Iojaranoe twenty yr. A Mea" but Mile Tth in IU
troubled rith Chronic CjUanb fart-en y pweurded Ji JStW of that dUguiMng
trhnKnTZufreren." . n.virnvn IlY-
SOLD:AND.OUA1VAi""
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
inR -TATE ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELtHEtTSHU&.WOODARD(Wholesale:Deoot.
C ? Io?.r:OE;, J. R. N. Helu
Lato of the Monroe House
Monroe & Bell,
Proprietors
GhemeketD Bote
FREE BUS.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Krom $1 to 1 per day.
SALEM - - OREGON.
104-tf
KELLEY BROS.,
PROPRIETORS OF
JIM
Meals30 cents; board, SI per week.
Chinese employed.
219 Commercial St.
104-dtf.
No
Real Estate Bargains.
$1,600 1G0 acres, 6; miles from O & C de
pot, Good house, hnrn and
orchard. Fenced, and In cul
tivation. 52,000 SO acres, -J miles from Salem.
Good road to town. Improve
ments fair. Fine fruit lnnd.
$3,490 8-1 acres 2'f miles from Salem,
No buildings. Splendid laud,
all fenced. Make a desirable
home.
$2,500 00 acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. FIno young
orchard, and garden land.
$4.180 190 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
In lots of -Kkicrc tracts at $25 per
acre.
$10,800 B75 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rlrcr.
Will sell In tracts.
$1,375 51 acres, 4 miles of Salem. House,
barn and orchard. Ijirgesprlng
at tho door. Good soil, and
plenty of timber.
$ 400 laiacivs, 5 miles of Salem; good
road; well improved; stream
running through the place.
trjyrYl JY1 nnros ti ITllleS Wst BldO O it
0 R R ) good house, barn and
orchard, 120 In cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pasture land.
$S0O 10 acres, 1 mile from Salem, ad
joining fair ground. Good land;
no Improvements.
$1,200. 40 acres. 5 miles Salem; nil In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. ;Excellcnt fruit
land.
i ooo 370 acres, 0 miles from O AC It It;
"' all fenced; well watered. House,
barn, and small orchara; 150
acres In cultivation.
s-7.V) J) lots, with goouiiuuennd bam,
t.,,M. -Jj'gn,, Desirable location.
Wo have besides this a largo list of city
nndfirmiiroperty. Huyers would do well
?o ? call Tnd examme our holdings ben.ro
making their purchases.
WILLIS CHAMI1ERLIN.
Opera House, Court St.,
lailtf Sc.lem.Or.
BUCKSMITIIIXC and IIOUSESHOHING.
2S 3l2 nnd SU Commerclal 8U' 8lem'
llfe-la
aveyuu h ii
e have all these
Pat-K-ulc
O-lt .lBnpk,Bt breath, result-
muunu
i - ---- - :z-
'AKIN1
PI
Absolutely Pure.
Thistxiwdor never varies. A marvel ot
purity, strength and wholesomeness. Mora
economical uiun the ordinary Kinds, nna
cmnot ho sold In competition with the1
multitude oflow test, short weight alum or
phnsphftto powder. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baxino PownKKCo.,10ilWnll.N.Y.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1st, 1SSS.
Messrs. WELLKlt HROS.,
Salem, Oregon
Gentlemen: We had the pleasure re
cently of m.ikln.; shipment to you of our
new "White Cross" Extracts, and send
you by mall today i very neat show card
which we would llko you to place promi
nently In jimrstore,nud which will call
theuttentlouof your trade to the goods.
It has been our Intention for some time
past to plneo upon tho market tho Driest
line of llnvorlmr extracts manufactured In
tills country, and after months of study
and experimenting with tho prominent
brands now before tho public wo have nt
last succoded In placing before you a qual
lty which beyond doubt has no superior.
We can not too strongly impress Hon
you that ou run uulu'sltutliwly recom
mend them to your customers as tho llnest
that can possibly be manufactured. Tho
package and style generally Is such as to
at tract attention, und we predict that when
yourtrado have tested tho quality of the
goods your wile for " White Cross" extracts
will bo large.
Ity complying with our request you will
confer a favor upon yours truly,
A. SCHILLING A CO.
I. SCHNEIDER,
UKAI.KlClN
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
Stavton, Orixjon.
Keeps on hund.i Urge assortment of Jew
elry, Wutchos Clocks, etc. Repairing
promptly done nnd warranted. I will give
tho best bargalus In watches of uny dealo
Ititho Willamette valley. 7:0: Im-w
1831 THE CULTIVATOR JSSO
AJ(D
Country Gentleman
THE BEST OF THE
AGRICULTURAL WEEKLIES
DKVOTKD TO
Farm Crops and Processes,
Horticulture and Frult-Growing ,
C ' ' LiverStock and Daisylng,
While It also includes all minor depart
rniiM of rural lutert,.ueh as the IVultry
Yard. Kntomology. itee Kw'.,,'JSn;
bouBUd tlrulwry, Veterinary ""Pi;";
!,oF,mOTr'lU Vif.
kW ltriortiireunuiUttUy.o.inpWe,na
jbe Crm. throwing light apon ojwol
.1....I. uiluH,.n Li rullJ fi IflA PnrilNWUUI
to Rjynnd when to II. ltj I llr ''
"1ZS,Z -rt t,v IIVltHNT KM .Alio I
ment. contains more reading matter Iton
ever Vfen. The KubaerlldWn I'rtee bt ,
CLUB RATES FOR 1889
2 Subscriptions,
In one remltt
G Subscriptions,
12 Subscriptions,
If) j
10 1
do.
barg.
4fCiMatrOBl'lM HMJt. .Aitm
LUTHER TUCKER 4 S0M, Publkhw,
ALHAXV. N.V.
DRS.DARRIN ARRIVED.
One or the Dm. Dnrrin of Portland,
Has Arrived.
He Has Taken Rooms nt the Che-
luekete House For n Itrlef
Season.
To show his confidence lu treating
tho sick ho kindly oflera to treat free
of charge ull wiio may apply be
tween the hours of 0 and 10 n. in.
daily, until further notice. lie
cimio.s to tig ladened with testimon
ial from people living in this date
ami peoplo whose veracity no ono
can doubt; a few of which we hero
present and could till our paper with
them if npuco did not forbid. Pa
tients desiring treatment will do
well to call at once, as many need
more than one treatment.
Tho doctors submit tho following
KXTRACT OF TJSTAMONIALS:
Mrs. K. Ahlf, 100 N. 14th Btreet,
Portland, cured uftcr nine doctors
had failed of painful menstruation
niul womb trouble lu ovory conceiv
able way, general debility, pain thro'
tho heart and lungs.
J. W. Yumwalt, Albany, o'-
'(formerly of Moro, Wasco Co., Or.)
cured of an agravated case of rheu
matism and splunl complaint.
Myinn Otis, Twenty-First street,
'East Portland, deafness cured In
live minutes.
11. H. Itlce, .12 . street, Portland,
heart disease, three months since.
Mrs. Mary Cllne, West Union, Or.
(formerly of Sauvies Island, Or.,)
complication o. diseases peculiar to
her sex: liver and kidney trouble,
rheumatism and dyspepsia restor
ed.
Mrs. Hannah Itellley 140 Eighth
street, PortUnd, female tiiseases,
cured 10 years Ago by Drs. Darrln.
1). Campbell, Fullerton, Ogn.,
says he would not take $10,000 for
tho cure ho received by Dr. Darrln.
His trouble originated in tlireo
small lumps or tumors coming on
tho arm, which rendered his arm
and hand perfectly helpless for ono
year.
James J. McCowan, 127 13th St.,
Portland, heart disease, palpitation
and general nervous dubillty cured.
Kanny Kennedy, Walla Walla, W.
T. liotli eyes crossed since a child,
cured lu SO seconds.
Volna Webster, Western, Umatil
la county, Ogn., Catarrh cured.
Oeorgo H. Hamilton, !' Stark St.,
Portland Stoppage of tho tear-duct,
cured.
Miss Lucy Morgan, Monmouth,
Ogn., Cross-eye, straightened lu ono
minute.
E. Anderson, Salem, Ogn., Cat
arrh seven years, cured.
C. Hlose, near Fullerton, Oreijon,
Liver and Kldiwy trouble, dizzi
ness and pains over tho whole hj'b
tein, restored to health.
Mrs. M. Kobe, 143 Water street,
Portland Pimples and blotohes on
tho face for years palus In tho back
and dizziness peculiar to her sex,
cured. Her son was cured of crow
eyes.
Mrs. W. H. Austin, Tho Interna
tional Hotel, Portland Coullnwl In
her room nine months with an eyo
allliotiou, called "nervous ulxiratlou
of light," accompanied with Inlla
malloii, cured.
Rev. M. M. Ilashor, Jlrooks, Ogn.,
Nasal and throat catarrh, cured,
Win. Altnow.Drowsoy, Grant Co,
Or-Catarrh, deafness und ringing
In tlio aani for twenty ywtiv, IHineo-
' ' ' '
tly (Hired.
Wesley Graves, formerly of the
UHHIIljl
j t j
Chomtjkete hofol, Btloin, now rwdil
Momouw. Iilulio ourwlnf h1
rheumatism und the opium
habit
i O. McLaughlin, eornor of 10th
5 and Jefferson stntfts, J'ortlHiiil
T'.Oaturnil dwifuttwt. eotild hear
ml dwfuiuwt, eotll
atumndmid W(t In wnstant fwir of
IwliiKrun ovur by wagon, ourwl w
hw eu hwr ordinary (MiiviwitIoii.
Mn.. H. Wofxlln's girl, Wfih Bt,
Portland Nurveu dbillty and
malarial fver and dUolwrglng wtr,
rtMtortsd.
OfriOK JIOUIW A-VU PlAOK OK
TtUHINIMI.
Dm. Darrln can be consulted tna
at tne Chemeketo Hotel, Salem, Or.,
December 3d to December 2d only.
They will muter no circumstan
ces taken case t hoy cannot cure or
benefit. Charges are reasonable,
and tho poor treated free from 0 ito
10 a. m. dally. Olllco hours from 10
to 4 dally; evenings, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All eurablo
chronlo dlseasesIoss of manhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rhoea, stricture, spermatorrhea,
seminal weakness, or loss of sexual
power In man or women, catarrh or
deafness, are confidentially and
successfully treated, Cures of pri
vate diseases guaranteed. Circulars
sent free. Most cases can reeelvo
homo treatment after a visit at tho
Doctors otllee.
OCCIDKXTAIi JOTTINGS.
News Anil Notes of a (letiernl In
terest to the Westf rnf r.
O. W. Sapplngtou of North Yam
hill was yesterday granted a notary's
seal.
A Josephlno county man this year
raised 700 bushels of potatoes to tho
acre.
Astoria requires a policeman to
keep order at tho Salvation Army
barracks
It Is estimated that $1,000,000
were staked on tho result of tho
election on tho Paeitlo coast alone.
Win. L. Long, postmaster of
Cherryville, was convicted of Illeg
ally using jHistago stamps and fined
$75.
Among tho 110 vagrants and
petty thieves In tho Portland jail
during tho last month, eighty-live
vero under twenty-two years or age.
Tho state board of Immigration Is
going to expend $2,000 right away
in advertising Oregon lu eastern
paiers, notably those of Kansas
City.
It Is said that an attempt will bo
maduatthouextsesslouof tho Idaho
legislature to change tho capital
from Holso City to Pocatello or Hal
ley. A carload of fruit trees have re
cently been received at Hoseburg.
People of all Western Oregon are
planting trees, anil tho IjuhIiiuhi
cannot bo well overdone.
Tho Incoriionitlon yesterday of
tho llrowsvllle woolen mill means
that tho old trouble has been net tied
ami tho mill will probably not be
sold on the 20th as Intended.
Peoplo generally aro beirlnnlug to
real I w that a large city Is to bo built
on lielllugham harbor, and tho fifty
now buildings in course of erection
give Home foundation for thai belief.
Messrs. O'Connor A Parr state
that If Albany will glvo (hem an
exclusive franchise for twenty-five
years they will build, equip and
opcrnio n street railway In that city.
Articles Incorporating tho Chll
cut Canning Co. of Astoria wero
tiled with the iwcrctary of state yes
terday. The capital Htoek Is $20,000
ami I). Morgnn, H. A. Hulxiry and
Hugh Murray tholneorjiorators.
Vt Yatnilna the work of dumping
rook on the ninth Jetty will bo con
tinued ill winter. Twenty thousand
tons additional rook will be placed
along that Jutty. Tho "runout crow
handle about 4,000 tons of rock a
month.
Humor bus It that a case of small
pox has mudu Its uppoarauce lu
Monroe. Ono of their citizens re
turned from a trip to Portland a
short time ago and thu luttur part of
last week broke out with eruption
all over his face.
The Hoard of Trade of Han ford
will send Harrison a monster sweet
potato. Tho otnto incanun 27
inches long, Is 18J lu circumference,
weighs heveuteeu jsiunds and is as
smooth and handsome hs it Is largo
and kingly In projections.
It Is currently rujxjrted that there
nru inutiv cum of smalliKix lu
Settle, but the authorities aro vary
rutieont, n&lther alUmilng nr ueny
lug thu rumors. Soma claim that
two ohmii wore huulwl through the
tttrveU to the peethouni. Tho reports
have created mueh xltmnt, but
It bt not thought the disease will
j oath an epidemic
TBIiEGUAPllIO TIDINGS.
Inporlani Evtnls of the Whole World
for Twcnlv-four Hours.
Clark'on's Denial,
WAHinsaix)N, Ioo. 0. A roporte
calleil on J. S. Clarkson and naked
what truth there was In the report
that he had been tendered tho poslr
tlon of secretary of tho Interior.
Mr. Clarkson wild : "If It is worth
while to donv anv such Improbable
rumor you may say there Is no truth
lu It whatever. I have not boen
tendered that or any other position
bv Prcsldont-eleot Harrison, nor had
any communication nor conversa
tion with him on auy subject."
Tim lrt Train.
CiiicAfio, Dec. 0. The ilrst now
Golden Gate "special train" which
Is to run between Omaha -and San
Francisco lu sixty hours, making
ono round trip each week, made
good time on Its first trip. It Is a
solid vestibule train of sleeping cars
and a dining car, and has among
other novelties a barlior shop and
bath rooms for ladles anu gentle
men. Tho train is heated by steam
from the locomotive, and lighted by
electricity.
ItnllroaiU for Auilmllii.
Nkw Yoitic, Dec. 0. Joseph
Evans, tho millionaire, who hns
been making a tour of Inspection of
car factories, stopped hero on his way
homeward to the Paclllo coast.
Evans Is Interested In n now rail
road In Australia, and says a num
ber of New York capitalists hnvo
expressed a desire to Invest In tho
road.
llniOamlu and l.tl.
iNDiANAroi.iH, Dee. 0. It Is ex
pected that -Levi P. Morion, vice-president-elect,
will lie In Indiana
polls early noxt week to call on Oon.
Harrison. He will probably bo ac
companied by his wife and two or
three prominent republicans of Now
York.
A Nnw Navy Aunl.
Wahimnotov, Dee. (). Tho secre
tary of tlio navy appointed Capt.
W- T. Malum, Commander O. M.
Chester and Llout.-Commnnder C.
H. Stockton a board to select a site
for a navy-yard on tho northwest
coast of the United States.
Want to light HiillUn".
PmiiADKM'iiiA, Dec. (I. Domln
lek McCallVoy has challenged John
... i A.. .. ll.kli.l. niiilnri
L. Sullivan to llgni t" a iiuitm um.-.
t i.. ..rlvo rlmr rules wlthlll two
l.llll'liril fi.. o
months at or near New ork.
Ulicilenalfl rmlcldi',
NiiwYoitK.- Dec. (I.-Four men,
three (lennans and a Frenehinan,
attempted suicide In this city tint
morning. Ono died Immediately
and tho othurs will die.
(loiild uml III .Mlllloiia,
Chicaoo, Deed. It Is rumored
In (ho board of trado that Jay Gould
has Huciired a ooutrolllng Interest lu
tho Atchison, Topoka A Santa i-e
railroad.
Wtalter iDdlrstlvD.
Tho U. H. signal service depart
ment gives tho following anticipa
tions for tho twenty-rour Heurs:
Jtaln : nearly stationary tempera
ture. I haven't tho courage to tlio sir,
Hardly tlio courage to live;
Can't drink enough to forget, sir,
Ain't Christian enough to forg ve.
Tills was tho wall of a man who hail
endured tho tortures of " liver
complaint" nnd dysjieiisla for years;
Mid ho might have endured them
for life, hail he not heard that Dr.
Pierce's uoiiien .iietueai liiswivurv
.cull. 1 tiiiibn lit til II Wltll
man, no
gave It a trial anil was cureu. wuco
ho was hollow cywl, ciuaclatelt and
slowly tottering toward tho temb:
but now ho U vigorous, robust and
healthy. There Is nothing that can
eomjMiro with tho "Discovery" tw a
ourntlvo agent for Hiur stoinaeh,
eoiistliwtlou, Impure blood and bill-
lotlHllOKH.
Tlio worst eases of nasal catarrh
iosltlvuly and twrmauontly cured
ly ur. Bagos uautrnt rumeuy.
Kvwy lUdy or gentleman sliould Iwva
on their UdTet staita u Urttle of liubtrtl s
Hpeolrie. Tliere U nothing like It for re
moving UemUhM from the skin, eurliig
nawl wturrli. poUon iMk. wnrt and l
mensM rowlt and ruHiiliig uum. lea
der (we from uneotttfertnble shoeeare In
ttanlly relieved by iHiUrd's Heulrk.
Hold by D. W. Mathews Co.