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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 33, 18SS.
NO. 2 2
WANTKD-A HOY TO WOP.K ON A
Y farm. Address or call nt Capital
MAX.LPOX A PREVENTIVE. THE
nrevcntlvo for smnllnox or nnv mi,..
ti.i ii ! .,. A,.;,r.: "vi
cull 11111K uiartisu la luu UUtuU.i 1 riACH
I1ITTEUS. It clonuses your blood and
strengthens your syMom. Every family
should hnvo bottle In their house. To
prevent, trentln; disease, call nt your
uiutiiaiiii BuuH-j. . , 1VUVS,
Jo. 21 K St., Portland, Or.
General House Moving, Raising and
Work promptly donoat reasonable rates.
Orders lea at Capital Journal olllce
will receive attention. 9-11-tf
SHEEP FOR SALE.
300 heutl of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, address
A. care Capital Journal olllce.
CH.MOXROK. J TIV TIktt
Late of the ilonroo llouse. ' DK""
Monroe & Bell,
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From SI to S.1 per day.
SALEM - . OREGON.
DRS. DARRIN ARRIVED.
S0K TYIMEL TOPICS.
I Ono of the Drs. Darrin of Portland,
linn Tnkrn Itooms nt tlto Che
ueketci Houmi Kor u llrlef
iN DOCTORS FAILED.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
TnXCHANOED FOH OREGON, WASH;
JjjtngtonTcr. or Cnlllornlu real estate. Kor
lniormnuou aaarcss us ui euneroi me 101
lowing elllccs: Palestine, III.; Kansas City,
ilo.; Halem.Or.; Portland, Or. Salem otllce
nt Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
cily hall, Liberty street; Portland otHcoln
the rooms of the Stato Immigration Hoard,
corner or i runt nnu Asu streets. iiutt
Jtealsjao cents; board, $3 per week. No
219 Commercial St.
L. S. SKIPP & CO.
Otllco near It hie
by the painless pro
3IILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
MltS. JI. K. 'WILSON
Has n very fine stock of now millinery,
and la prcpnied to do
Iu the latest styles, Call nnd see her new
winter goods nnd styles.
275 Commercial street,
A good Iron frame Horse Power. Good
lor nil uses, from one to full "ipacitj.
All for tho low price of $30. Call . ut the 1 a
cltio Cider, Vinegar A Fruit Preening
Company's ofllce. Salem, Oregon.
or tho treatment of all diseases of me
DBS. GILBERT & WBMP
Medicated vopor baths, oxygen inhala
tions, electro magnetism, nicd'cntea
sprays, etc. omcennd bnnitarlum In the
Hank block. Consultation ireu.
Real Estate Bargains.
Sl.WM 100 acres, 6 miles from O A C de
pot. Mood House, nam unci
orchard Fenced, and yt In cul
tivation. $2,000 0 acres, -1 miles from Salcin.
Good road to town. Improve
ments fair. Klnnfrult land.
$5,190 So acres 2'f miles trnm Salem.
V 1... 1 1.1 (.?.. u l.1l.l I.....I
a,f uiiuiuiis. r,iluuum Hum,
all fenced. Make a desirable
$200-...bO acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. Fine young
orchard, and garden land.
$t,lS0 UK) acres. 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
In lots of 40-acre tracts at 25 per
$10,800 075 acres 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rlror.
Will sell in tracts.
$1,375. 5lnerei,4 miles of Salem. House,
barn nnd orchard. Largcspring
nt t'i ctoor. uoou sou, nnu
This powder nerer vi rttv. miri-l nt
purity. Htrentth and wtmU'-Mirnrno. Morr
economical than the tirdlu-irv ximK mid
cannot bn sold In m-ut-tiliii with tin
multitude of low test, (.hurt wt'lvhi nlumor
phosphate powder. Siid mlv In cans.
ItovAi. 11aki.no PnwMERCn., KHWnllT.Y.
plenty of timber.
JOncres. 5 miles of Salem: good
road; well Impreved: strcnm
running through tho place.
$00,00 400 acres (4 miles west side O
C It R) good house, barn ami
orchard, 1J0 In cultivation, bub
iitirn nn lr crruliixistureland.
.10 acres, 1 mile from Salem, nil;
joining fair ground. Good land;
.40 acres, 5 miles Salem; nil In
cultivation; no buildings near
school house. ;Exccllent fruit
.370 acres, 0 miles from O & C 11 R;
nil leuccd; well wittered. House,
imrn. nnd small orchard; 150
acres in cultivation.
s 750 3 lots, with gooa uuuio nnd barn,
s ' East Salem. Desirable location.
,ir. i...-i.tUwMitdUilnliirgn list of city
and farm property, lluyew would do well
to call nnd examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & uiiA-Miir.iu.j,
U. MA'OS, PKNTISI", KUCJKS-ORTD
lir. J. C. llvrd. Oilleti over IIukIi'h
Lroomsoxcr White Coiner.. Ullkv honm
8a. m. to 5 p. m.
Thrrn Mont Rfmurkabl Curci-lloff
They Vvro Done, by aa Adrrrllo
January 1st, - - lHSft,
Wa will mike
A Clinic in Bus!
Until that time wo hIiuII oiler our
Entire Stock for CASH at
A cfl to thu public: I feal that I
ul'l nut lirdoinumy duty lowomaii-kinil
if I 'lid not let them know how badly af
llicie.l t havu been aud how Ami where to
lw eiireil. Ten Yer ago I was takrn with
a pnulul illue, ntl I have been troubled
thn K-.iy 'mco thai lime, accomptiniicl
with woiiib trouble iu every cunceimble
way. About tlue.i mouths )" the cliw.tx
cmf. an J I was proitraled vith pain
tlirnnh the Dealt, chest and lungs, na)
ouiIIiiikI In my bed. Alter nine doo.oit
of dilVerent who.ili of practice cave me up,
I apulii'l to l)r . Darrin, and they have
cure i me ra I can walk from my rciidenco
to their office. lam overjoyeil with the
result of the cure. Mrs. E. A. AlIl.K.
The following tribute to the gift aud
skill of D- DaTin i a remarkable In
stance nt a generous impulse worked out
against powerful professional prejudice,
aud i worthy of recerd:
Card to i'ie public I havu for tho past
two years been alUicted with chroma pci
icarditis, accompanied with trs.it pain
around the heart all that time with exoos-
lire escalation, slecpluM night", let' and
distress. r w.s unable to attend to the
duties of my profession. I had exhausted
my knowledge of medicine, as alo that
my nlleai;ue9, anil found no relief until
coming fumter the electro-marnet!o treat
ment of Drs. Darrin. A little more thai) a
mont'ft elapsed since 1 received th's treat
ment, and I can truthlully say t)ut I am
cured. A lve none of my former trouble,
and wish In give my pesonal experience
in ifc interest f bnmanity. I havu been
jpinut;ciii'j pli)'ciau fourteen years, akd
am well known in his city and in Matin
tielil, Oregon. I deem it lut justice In
ihe public and to Drs. Darrin to write thu
Opera House, Court St.,
BLiCKSMITIIING nl H0RSES110F1XG.
2SSJJ, 312 and 3H Commercial Bt, Salem.
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
In ihhjs.- -"VMrWH!,
-wum--- , , i.ul. it-OiiJ
Send for cireuUMl.niii .
lARirriMr MrnLrn irovillI fAU
Thnse who have used it"n.m
.. u tho pbttMire to Inform
HaVe you that your IP'vehSE
UrTwlth Urge .!. We tJ
Noth he but Praise ivmK c-
It W Jmiwrt It yourirff. .but wlH
,l "I'Jl.nd It tnothfrt, i tlMHiml
lmne who hal' tril eeothln
SlLu8ndb1 Convince You
I. trrftT br t- ABIKTINK
MBBnSLI CO.WU. Cat
W. MATTHEWS & CUMIWY,
SNELL, HEITSHU WWOODARD, Wholesale DeooL
Our Own mm
FOR LOW PRICES.
That is Saving
A Good Deal in
So Short a Space.
And get tho lionullt.
Forslner, Tillany 6 Co.
2'J7 Couunerriul St.. Siill-m, Or.
J. W. CRAWFORD
STEAM AND WATER
Sloven and Tin W'sm, I'owv
Tin, Conner, anil
'Sheet Iron Ware!
nRiUllIlKt "UtWIUffl lll mm iiww.
261 Commercial St.,
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
TOTAL IlKArNRM CUltF.l) SIXTKK YKM(H
AllOAND KKMALSS I'KKMANKNr
lO THIS 1Y.
Mr. E6ite: In IS72 .nyilauhter win
taken with the membranous cimip and
upon her ntoovery was left lotallyjilujf. I
called on l-u eminent physiciaui who
said iiny touM do notblnij for her. A a
last tea ri I itmk hei to Dr. Darrin, who
cured her. n-il .he has never been truubltd
with deafness mce. I couxJer 11 onu of
I tlio i;realti cuiesi'ltlcL'tro-inigneiic treat
ment nil reuo'il, imI witlt'grealtsatiifautioli
'give tlMS.)lnninul. Ir(;lcin Ilirkl'V,
Alameda county, dlifomia, anil will lake
gmat plaurn in antwering any inquiries
coneerniii; lint most rcnarkabla cure.
Yours. tcct fully.
Wiluam S. Diiihlk.
OrmcK Hours and I'laci! ok
1ch. Diirriii L'ittt lio uoiMiiltoil free
ut Liu Cliumokuto ilotol, SjUuiii, Or,,
DowmlxirSd to IX'oembor iJd only.
Tlivy will tinilur no (.'ircuiiiMtnii
cvii tiik 11 wimj thoy winnot unru or
U-ut-rlt. C'linrKOH n ro rurtHoiiiililo,
arul tlio poor truuti'il fr from 0 to
Ku. in. ilull.v. Olllcu Iioui-h from 10
tivt tlully; ovoniiiKH, 7 lo 8; Htm
tlayn, 10 to li All curulilu
olimitlo (llHtiirtw, Iihm of iiiuiiIkkmI,
bioml UilntH, Hyililllfi, (,'lwt, gonor
rluini, FtrluturL', Hiurmiitorrlion,
MMiilnnl wwUnurM, or Ioms of tluKiru
of hoxuuI puwur In limn or womim,
(Mlitrrli or ilenfniw, uru conllttmit-
Inlly mill micwwfiilly trimloiL
('urM of prlvulo dlftiuH gimrwitywl
Miul novor iiiIIIiIi(m1 in tint pojxirri,
ClrculHrrt mm fnti. .Mont ohmm ohii
nnrulvti hoiiit- Irwitiiiunt nftwu vblt
ut tlio Dot'tor'Holllue.
Tli.. nul Mdlmlluu fllM llMMt llirlllbK
tnli44eitturMSn lhli UIi dorimt 1 - .
.'ctSTw1 W1$ttiZT$Z. ; A- " -y t man,
forlorn hinttm, Iwn.le hrnry. lmOMJt. , e tl.iHuiru liis paper, wiot. KhiIw diluo
lilcldeuli. IwiuMu-hanU Mruto. bimwr-1 "I lltwk m(.;-Mtii I.. au.nl ihir mMiiny
V&mXJZ&nS& ! '" ""' "r 4a I ,Mh1 ami every bo4.
nanlitKMM hettim m iwli W Mv aakih. was Ihe iHtl;Mtlttman is (he
SW!K,SWJl, WIT- A'i: ! en...,,, a nt h. hl .U rt-t farrvly f
WHillML IMIIIIVW". . . I
TlmfuriyiantaJluwet mtol" """ j
oi-romU Md ftelgbl hwimM.
) (Uai tar dog lairrs."
lilal wuufeti wbu MHiiplalH of a Urd
ta4lng. mIm In lb Uurk an4 UAh, d.lr
lostaeu, 4liilmi, ulnful r aiiporw ml
mnutnuibm, win dttd In HrsHi Kidney
Tm a fctOtrul frttd. It aa b rlltslUMt
in avwy itMtt.nl to Hive Inii.iMiaUi tint
Mr rill I T I im IWHUWI! frusn kWyi,iid urinary InMjblM. Thu W1
I ill I 1 t 1 1 Com P aUrf wuwta atHfWIajf -r) r fri ,lllv
' 1 I'iAI.AX II WraaM U- dl-d.rfilllTii...rllr, wbn, '""'
JUM. AI.HKKT. Al. 1jb. 'refoo
' nrwsi Kldnojr
1 noW fcr U. W.
CIA..IKR, Or., Dec. 12, 'S3.
Editor Capital Journal : Aa
tho olectlona nrw now over, nnd It
becomes ns to settle, down to bust
ncs-s, tho law making powers soon
como together for tho purpose or
looking nfter tho vast nnd vnrled In
terests of our yotinir state. The
question nntumlly pirscnta itself,
whnt can bo done to most licnellt
the masses, nnd bring out nnd ivwlst
In developing tho great resource of
our uatumlly rich country. Shall
we, through .he press, aud by other
usual methods, try to direct them to
tho Importance of appointing an
Immigration Commission, anil 11 p
proprlutiui! a few thousand dollars
therefor, ever looking for somebody
to como with money aud turn up
something for us, like tho old mnn
aud his la.y sous. Or shall we, like
the Industrious husbandman or like
Krunklin's poor Itlehard cither hold
or drive. Perhaps wo hud better
direct them to the Importance of
ilndlng some favorable place to build
another llh ladder, nt n cost to tho
people of a few thousand ? Or any
thing else jot to 1 educe tho surplus
in tho stato treasury, l'erhaps wo
etui ciicourago them to buy tho state
udr, or ut Wast furnish money
enough to run It for tho next two
years. They could jxisslbly fool
away a good part of tlio session bar
tcriurj with wiuie greut railroad cor
poration,, or electlDg wiiiiu railroad
niantJi'tJio U. B. Sviiate. thereby
losing tho grlptltat thcarieultural,
commoroial and livVioring world hold
upon tlio generalgtvvvrnmeut. And
certniiil.s,ii power that already has
too grcatiu hold upou tho Hople.
1 hope not to lw understood to
be parliiiulurly down 011 stato fairs,
railroads,, llsh IuiMtb, etc., but tlio
truth Is,.wu havu-thrown away more
money already Mum It would have
taken toHtJinulatu vurtoim Interests,
that would, have been of almost In-
calciilaoly moro bunetlt than either.
Kish have never svvmt'd to bo so
plenty sluuu thu introduction of tlio
llsh ladder,, whether they have es
caped ovur it and all tted to tho
iii()iintiiliiHtl)H uipiesMou, they don't
seem to bw found lit tb tipper wuters
more than, formerly. Toll roads
have been supplanted with railways.
Tho stato fair, If It makes money
and keep out of tEobt, will 110
doubt continue to Ih successful.
I seo that tlio ix'oplu of Halcm aro
talking up tho propriety of tho Ah
torla, Kouth. Coast and Halem rail
way. It cerUiinly would boa lino
thing for tile cuntrrvl and uptior Wll-
lametto valley, and perhaps help
Salem to beuomu nuiro of u shipping
center, unil wottUl uo doubt cheai
on tho transportutlou of our valley
product to tho iea. Under the
presentiHystum wo have too much to
pay, suuh us loukagv, lightago and
pilotn.'L nil helping to tlifiiMju thu
Hut wlillu the people uru waiting
for thu introduction of moro rail
ways, would it not Ih well for us to
try and open up nunc other Indus
trJim, wlmrcby prolit might iiocrue
not only to 0110 section lull to tho
country ut lurgo?
Why uU usk thu loglsluturu to
ollur u bouuty on tlio iiiauufauluru
of bout ugar? Almost tho whole
Wll'uinwtu valley Is adapted to tho
growth, uf sugur licet., and If thu
Industry wus only onco put In mor
lion, hundreds of thoiiMiinlH of do
lnrs would bo wived to the icoplo of
Oregon. Money t lift now must, go
out to austulu lalsirers and build up
the cities of other couutrlfs. Uup-mh-c
that there wum a sugur uiitnu
factory In Hulem to-day, you would
prolmlily Imvu an uccuIou of two
ortlirtw hundred workiuuii and their
fainllles, many of them to uuiko por
nmiient hotuea, iimklng and sptuid
lug their money with you. It
would not stop here, many of thu
KriMt gmlu farms would be liought
slid divided up by l)t rslMirs, I
where I hey would build comfortablti
Ihjiimm, Is-gliinliiii mmr the iiimiiu.
factory, uiid (lien like a wave ukiii
the water, spretollng until the sur-;
rmiiMllug wKintry would lw doltwl
for uilUw with iient Iioum. and IniriiH,
ull pouring tlielr tnwle Iu uion you.
HmWiii U uii IiiImiuI town and the
ure wuy to make It grow, Ii
wke It h iiiaiiufucturliig w liter.
ft Iiuj U.ia, u'tr imu'ur mill ruiilil
1 v aav- .... j"iw. .. vw,ii
to make n city, but never until
her people go to luanufauturing.
Her )Moplo want to talk up manu
factories beet, sugar, woolen, bind
ing twine, and other kintN, until
tho very ntinosphero Is Impregnated
with It. Tho goal Is never reached
without cllbrt. IiCt Stvlein oiler 11
water iower, and subsidy also. All
pull together nnd ihe thing wl"
move. Look at South l',end, or
Richmond, Indiana, they have
given their tens of thousands to
st Imulato factories, that luivo proveu
the life of their cltks.
You havo contracted n habit of
sitting back In your easy (tualis mul
counting your little old ton to II (teen
per cent Interest, und you nm losing
your vigor. If you arc nob careful
your progeny will ovon bo withered.
Souiu of you havo lost sight of, pub
llo spirit nnd business irimiples V
N Uinger ago than last yearF you
hadiyour agcuts out buying vool ;
authorizing them to pay from three
to four cents moro per pound, twxm
ty miles nway from your own town
than you were willing to pay with
in your own doors; discriminating
directly against thu tnulo of your
own bonnes, instead of trying to at
tract business to your city, Canyou
wonder that you do not build faster?
You havu not three miles of
decent tontl for a drive leading oil"
iu any direction, oven one of your'
main street is leading out past the
public buildings, until tho last sea
son, has hiurii one of tho worst pieces
of road thai could bo found lu tho
Salem bus 0110 of tho llncst natu
ral surrouiiili.ugH for an Inland city
tin tho I'acitlu coast; perhaps could
not bo sui'iiuwed lu any country.
Look what tu vast amount of fertile
land, strotoltaiig nway lu every
direction ; pU-nty of lino timber,
water power,, etc. Hho has all tho
public buildings, nnd moro lawyers
than any otllur town of Its sl.o,
Cto (o work ; spend a little money.
Hire tho coiiulvtsaud Improve your'
streets far out Into tho country, un
til people wilbitko to go to town pur
posely to drive over your roads.
Tim Pxilnrntiiou Trillin .IIkkIIhk,
Kt. JiOUiNi IXt). ll!. Tho Amer
ican fcdcrationi of labor resumed Its
session this, morning. President
(lompocs appointed u special conir
mlltco to mjiort on thu eight hour
part ofliiH-aiimutl aililross. In It ho
suggested thu fonnatloii of eight
hour organizations In all tho cities
und townsasauonccrtcd movement,
and that on Feb. '1 next a mats
meeting to discuss thu subject bo
held all over tlio country. A rews
was then takuu until afternoon.
An liilrt-i;nir Dik'IkIoii.
Kanhah Citv, Dec. 11!. Tho fac
ulty of tho Wurrciisburg normul
school in IBM expelled itosa Clark
for attending an entertainment
witltout peruilsHlon of tho principal.
Tht court of appeals -has ordered
that she bo reinstated, holding that
tho school authorities had un power
to make or enforce suuh a rule.
Old INili.ruw la llrnd.
DuNvmt, Col., Doc. 1!!. Colorow,
U10 eolelinited chief of tlu? Bouthern
Ulos, (I led at tho agency yesterday
of pneumonia. Tlio oM chief was
the most famous In tlw West, atxt
was thu leader lu tho Meeker iinw.
snore, and also In thu Colorow war
In Oarllold county u ywir ugo last
Tin: court liotiso ut Georgetown,
OliliV was almost dostroyod by an
lucoudlury lire .Nfoiiduy night to
get rid of cvldwKO Isiiug jrepjired
for the (iruud Jury agalust the
T.wlay Willis Tripp, it Ciumdluii,
wustrlisl Isiforu Judge Blutw for In
lie has 11 hallucination that he Is
ooimtuntly pursued and 1m seeking
to evade cupturu.
A Write-up arNiltM.
All early iiumlxr of tho Overland
Monthly will oontaln u ilescriptlve
article 011 BHlem and surrounding
oountry. This inagHlne Is among
the Hntt. A. I'erlnger Is the agent
for HhIoiii, und orders left at Btarr's
for hint will receive careful und
proiupt uttintlon. tl-tf
vxaiatt, La&jt3kLL tLfc) '" "