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SALEM, OR., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1SSS.
-iirANTfcD-A BOY TO WOllk ON A
farm. Address or call nt Capital
joitNAb office. dlwwl.
oMALLPOX A 1'RKVfiljTIVft, THE
preventive for smallpox or nny other
pitching disease Is the OREGON PEACH
HITTERS. It cleanses your blood and
strengthens your eydem, Ever)- family
ciinnld have n bottle In their house. Tn
urevent treating diseases, call nt.your
i m nH.tvu!.! , ' IT Tr 4 ij
;so. 21 f nt., l'urtlund. Or
C II. Monroe, i n v ,..
Late of thellonroe House. R V BE""
Monroe & Bell,
oue Moving llaisiny; aod
Worlt'ppoinpily donont reasonable rates.
Orders left nt .Uafitai. .Iouunai, olUce
. .. ?i,jjf . .. ..
will receive imeniiuii. imi-h
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From SI to $-1 per day.
SALEM - . OUEGON.
SHEEP FOR SALE.
1)00 head of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, address
A. care Capital Journal cilice.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH;
Ingtun Ter.orCalliornla real estate. For
lnloriitation uddrcss us at either of the fol
lowing elllccs: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Mo.; r-uilcm, Or.; Portland, Or. Salem office
at liclilnuer'a machinery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty street; Portland office In
the rooms of the State Immigration .Hoard,
corner of Front and Ash streets. l?Jtf
. . SKIFF&CO,
Ofllce-,ncar It ha
oy the painless pro
11ILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
jntS. M. K. (VILSOIf
Has a very lino stock of new millinery,
and Is prepared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In the latest styles. Call and see her new
winter guods and style".
I NINE DOCTORS FAILED.
News And Notes of a General In
terest to the Westerner.
Meals j!0 cents; board, JO per week.
ill) Commercial St.
H5 Commercial street,
A good Iron frame Horso Power. Good
for all uses, from one to full capacltj.
All for the low price or S-TO. Cull at the la
dtic Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Presetting
Company's olllce. .Salem, Oregon.
For the treatment of nil diseases of men
DIJS. GILKEUT & WEMP
Medicated vapor baths, oxygen Inhala
tions, electro iiunrnetUin. medicated
sprays, etc. Oftlco and sanitarium lnnw
U.111K block. Consultation tree.
Heal Estate Bareains.
81,000 160 acres, B, miles from O C de
pot, flood House, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and Yt In cul
82,000 SO acres, miles from Salem.
meats fair. Fine fruit land.
$5,490 Sa acres 2K miles from Salem.
do mmamgs. npicnuia uiiia,
all fenced. Make a desirable
$200. U) acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements goou. rinu young
ni-Mmri, nnil itiinlpn limit.
S4.180 100 acres, 7 miles from .Salem.
Jllll lauu, liutri niiitiru. rvu
In lots of 40-acre tracts at f23 per
J10,800 073 ocrcs, S miles from Salem.
adjoining Wlllamotto river.
wlllcnll In frncta.
8I,-J73 51 acres, 4 miles of Salem. House,
u.iril uiiu uii.-u.iiu. iiiio'Miih
at the door. Good soil, and
nlenlv of timber.
52,400 '.iaoaercs, 5 miles of Bnlem; good
roan; wen improveu; sirnuu
....in, tliM.iii.il tl.n ulnr-o
lUIllUMK iiiiww,.. ... ,'.".,
$fi0,00 401) acres (4 miles west sldo O
orchard, 1J0 in cultivation, bal
ance oak crab pasture land. .
00 10 acres, 1 mile from Salem, acl-
joining iau kiuhiiu. v..m ...-,
1 "00 .40 acres, 5 miles Salem; all In
school house. Excellent fruit
i ooo S70 acres, 6 miles from O AL H u;
vi,uuu ",Y,a'. ...n u-ntered. House.
bam, an'd small orchard; 150
acres in cuunuuuu.
m-vi llots wltUgooQiiiueandbarn,
S2,,o0. yj'j" Dc8nlblo location.
We have besides this a largo list o' city
nnn farm property. Iluyers would do well
?o cUl and Texamlno our holdings before
making their purcUasc.
WILLIS & CHAMDKHLIN.
Oiiera House, Court St.. .
HGtr Salem. Or.
DLiCKSMITIIINTi ad D0RSESH0E1XO.
This lowUc never varies. A marveled
purity, strength and wluilonnicnw. ilnro
economical than tha oiillivit'v 1'lnd.and
cannot bo old In coiilpotltlnn with the
multltudooflow test, short weitht nluinnr
phosphate powders. Sold mlv In cans.
DR. MASON. DENTIST, SUCCESSORTO
Dr. J. C. ll.rd. Olllce over Hush's
DR. J. M. KKENE, 1). I. S DENTAL
rooms ener White Corner. Ulllce hours
8a. in. tofip. m.
312 and 814 Commercial St.
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries
January 1st, - - 1889,
AVo will m tl;o
A Change In Business!
Until timt time wo slinll oiler our
Entire Stock for CASH t
HEAT Our Own RBCDRD
FOR.LOW PRICES.. . .
That is Saying
A Hood Deal in
So Short a Space.
And t:t-'t tlio lieneflt.
Forstiici', Tillany & Co.
2D7 I'oiiimereinl St.. Salem, Or.
Thr-r Jtost Itrmnrkable Cures How
Tli ry M'rrojPonebyau Ailvrrtl-
A rani tn tli pnbWci I tee) that I
w .xt ll not Iwiloinu my dntylo woman-kind
if I liil uot let them know how badly af
flicted I hard been and how tni whore to
ui cured. Pen ream ao I was taken with
a psintul illQ, ami I have been troubled
that nay tlnce thsl time, accnrnpanirii
with womb trouble in every .conccivablo
way. About three month! ago the climax
came, and I n proitratcd vith pain
through the heart, chest and lutips, ami
imi nuvil to my lied. Alter nine iloctois
,.f ililTemnt schools o( practice kvo me up,
I apmliil to Dr., Dirrin, and they have
tutre.1 me so I van walk from my resideuce
to their office. .lam overjoyed with the
reiult of the euro. Mrs, E. A. Alll.r.
'I'lio followioK tribute to the Rift and
I kilt of Drs. Dtrrin is a remarkalilo in
stance of a generous impulse worked tut
against powerful professional prejudico,
and is worthy of recerd:
Card to die public I have for the pat
two years lieeij filleted with chioniu pei
icarditis, aciompanlcd with grat pain
around the heart all that time with execs.
sive circulation, sleepless nights, le.tr and
iliitres. I 'vji unable tn attend to the
duties of my profession I had exhausted
my knowledge of medicine, as also that
my coln-aigues, and found no relief until
coming (under the electro-magnetic treat
ment of Drs' Dariin. A little nioie thin a
month clapied since I received this treat
meut, and I can truthfully say that I am
cured. I have mine of my former trouble,
and with lo jive my personal experience
lu tin- intercut of humanity. I have been
4 prajt(viin!ph)siciaii fjiirtson years, ,-ii.d
u well kmm'ii in .his city and in Marsh
ocl.l, Orii;i)n t ileum it but justice In
le (iiililio anl tit Drs. Dirnn to write tlio
IllTAL DKA'NIM CUKKI) SIXTKK.V YEARS
ADO AND KKMAINS TKHMANKNT
TO THIS WAV.
Mr. Editer: Iii I872 .nydaughter was
taken with the membranous croup and
upon her recovery was left totally J leaf. I
called 011 to eminent physiciaoi wbo
said they coulil do nothing for her. As a
last resort I 100k her to Dr. Damn, who
cured he, un-l he hm never lieen trouliled
with deafness since. I consider it one of
the crealost cures of elcctro-magnoiic treat
ment on rrunril, and witli'i;roaiitiiloiioii
mve this testimonial. I reside in llrklv,
Alameda county, California, and will lake
(jrunt pleaiuio 111 answering any inquiries
oenuernim: lliu most remarkably cure,
Wll.I.rAM S. Dihhlk.
Those who hjvsedifr
die .SM,itls.ys It U the only
tomer ;- , 8ant reiu-l.
11 the plMssure t iuform
meetli whh targe awe. rrom Mf
Nothing but Praise h.ni
t Will VL'iiSvi iH.nd.
. remW 'SSS.I of humn
ioIbAXD aCAllA -.
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE fc 1.1 n ,
SNELL, HEITSHU &'W00DARD. Wholesale Oeoot
J. W. CRAWFORD,
STI5A.M AND WATKH 1II'J,
Stovtw nd Tin Wore, Fore and Uft
Tin, Copper, ami
'Sheet Iron Ware!
261 Coflinwfcial St., Salm, Or.
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
itaad ntunw wwum . . -t. -n:
oTfUDltelisd frrlgbl rrp;d.
MlMrflMKkMI irfUf mt tU'lUti"
XllwirT IntenwlT Wttnnt
M ..sUiJIa rf llniHU MaOU HI'Wi
OPPICK IIOUKH AND l'LAOH OP
Drx. Drtiiln ohii lie ooiiHiiltod fiuu
nt Hits Cliuniula-tu IIotol,Sl(iiii, Or.,
I)HH)inlHir(l to Deoenilxir 2&1 only.
'J'liey will iiiuler no olroumnUin
( taVe h URe thoy uannot oiire or
iM-nent. C'liurKtx are remsonalile,
mid thij jioor trtol trtv from 1) to
1) k. 111. (IhIIv. Otllc lioiins from 10
tri 4lily; nvonlnirs, 7 to 8; Ktui
dayM, 1Q to 1;!. All vuraMe
i-hrotikt ilWiuim.1, loaut of nwiihood,
b1oo UinU, Myphlll, gkft, K"""
rhoM, btrteUirv, isrwrnmtorrlHwt,
Mnilnal wekin, or lorn of ilslr
f axual ixiwcr In nun or women,
ratttrrti r tleafiHM, nn ninlf nt
iaalljr ami MicowfHlly trmtod.
'an of prirsUe iIlaeMtw gtiamntswl
Mild never rtublUdtsMl lit the iniMra.
Vlrc-ulaft MUit fm. itKt oimmi ohii
rv5ttiv bsNiie inwtment after m vWt
at the Doetor ulOotr.
Tto TwtMrr ImMIIdM.
Tu-mortow u tMeber lortttut
will to Mil m. Turner, U wbleh
tbeMpramlMMtailMia wood ailtvU
, Jit. S.I.MEKT. Arul
. .,l. -ii, " """
A Wriififi KWm.
Aa rarJy nuuiU-r of the Overland
li.ntl.K' u HI ,u...tu... u ,4jM4il,tlv
rtl' '.v mi Salt-in Hint hiirri-itudlng
C'inir. TliU muKH-ii1' Ii "in""
i'.. rtii. A. IVrintt'-r i-th- "ii ut
u-r Hlt-iu, aiil order left t Ktrr'
l-.r him will rtt-Ut careful ami
ii-iiipt atU-llttoii. iltf-
"With ft population of 400,000, San
Francisco's churolies have n Beating
capacity for only 2:1,000.
It Is estimated that In 1SS9 the
sawmills of l'uget Sound will cut
800,000,000, feet of lumber.
Tlio wicoked "Manilan" Is the
first Pullman car over injured In
Oregon or "Washington Territory.
By the closing of the sineltcrat
Anaconda, near llutto City, Mont.,
4000 men are thrown out of employ
ment. Thero Is only four inches of snow
on the summit of the Cascade!), and
travelers are crossing without any
At Eureka, CuI., the federal gov
ernment Is. suing various corpora
tions for $1:1,000,000, fr cuttlngllin
bur on government land.
Col. George Woodford, tho great
temperance revivalist, is now in
llrltlsh Columbia. He may possibly
visit and "revive" tho valley.
Tho widow of Dr. C. Jl. Kendall,
who was killed at Ympilna City
November 28, 1883, by tailing from
tho dock, is trying to get a pension.
After January 1st, the headtiuar
tera of tho Oregon & California rail
road will bo transferred to San Fran
cisco under tho management of tho
The Lebanon city council met
yesterday In extra session and order
ed the family of Mr. Hydo in imr
niitluo for fourteen days ; also order
ed his son-in-law to leave town for
tho same period, paying his board in
his ttbsonco rrom tho town. This Is
u genuine smallpox quarantine.
Latest advices from Yaqulna bay
stftto that little or no hopes uro now
entertained of getting tho stranded
YiKitilna Hay oil' tliq wind. Her
bows are six feet under wator, and
sho is lying In a very bad position,
being well over oil her side, while
the sea goes In and out of her hull as
tho tide ebb and flow.
The county clerk of Grant county
bet heavily on tho success of Presi
dent Cleveland ut tho Into election,
and lost. Ho not only wagered his
own money but that of the county.
Dissipation followed and an attempt
to end his life was made, but medi
cal aid saved him. He resigned.
Heed the moraljdon'tbet.don't gam
ble, don't drink.
Tho iiianiigers of the Northwest
ern .Stove Foundry ut the peniten
tiary are preparing to give employ
meut tonow-ooinurH, In the shops by
enlarging tho moulding room. A
part of tho moulding lloor, lu the
north shop, has heretofore beon Used
for storing moulds. This spree will
bo uluarotl and tho entire lloor will
00 used In moulding. This will
greatly Increase tlio capacity of tho
foundry, und will furnish ample
employment for all convicts not
netxlwl lu other department of tho
S.iMHKS XKW IIOSTHIillY.
W llnli'1 to lr Opoiifil lu
i'lilille 1111 Dm-. '.'Dili.
Will II. Cook, well known to thp
traveling- and general public, low
.cured h U-MMts of the old Jlonroo
Il.itiw, mid l)svlng rertttsl the swine
from top l Ixittom, will l ready for
the cntertaliiiiieiit of gtieU by ti
aoth inat. Kliioe he ha Mct-iirwl till
building It Iiuh leeii repaliittMl and
eittiwrert thoroughly within and
now preaenU a uleau, amy and neat
appearaiioe. Tlie rooiuai liavo all
been iiMy funiinhed with new and
bright furniture, Uw walU and cell
Inga papered, Hoot earpetiMl, eU).
lu the klU-heu a iMw rauge U In
oualtiou. In fact, very thing U
Uaw aod of Um beat.
Thks hotel will formally omu om
tho awh of DeoeiuUfr, by wlitcii
time all will to In reaiUnuw. Hr.
Cook l koowo to ail, anil U aay
thai heU a aueowaftil saaOiord woulsl
to repeating a (at wall known to
it. KiHhiug will to ouUUatl whlou
would aaiat In aildlug to tlie com
f..rt of tlie k11 ,''-
Important Events of the Whole
for Twenty-four Hours.
Chkwoo, Dec. 13. A special
from Indlanopolls says: A slgnlll
cant bit of gossip rcgaitllng tho next
cabinet came from ono of General
Harrison's friends to-day and relates
to tho recognition the Pacific const
wlll probably receive. There Are
various reasons for tho belief that
one of the administration advisers
will represent that section und nc
cording to the gentleman whose
views arc followed, tho honor will
not as everybody has supposed, fall
on a California man but on Senator
Mitchell, of Oregon, who Is likely to
bo tho choice of tho president-elect.
Oatmeal its an Kxplnslve.
CiuoAtio, Dee. 13. A terrible ex
plosion occurred at tho Oatmeal
Works. The explosion was heard
all over tho business portion of the
city and caused great excitement.
The proprietor and manager of
tho mill have been unable to learn
positively tho causoof the explosion.
Kadi think that tho oatmeal dust
may liu;o caused it, but the tcrrltllo
force Is unprecedented If this theory
A County DliUltin.
PitiNiiYiM.i:, Oit. Dec. 13. It Is
on the records that a strong ollbrt Is
going to be nfhtlo to dlvldo Crook
county nt the next meeting of tho
legislature. Mitchell to bo tho
county seat of tho new one. This Is
to be done by taking tho northeast
ern part of Crook, and also borrow
Ingu slice from Grant, and one from
Slot ton Visits Harrison.
iNDIANAl'OI.IH, Dec. 111. Vice
President Morion and wife reached
Indianapolis at () o'clock this even
ing on a special train. Tho iniiin
inoth rotunda of the new Union
depot was 111 led with citizens, trav
elers and newspaper correspondents
awaiting tho arrival of the dlstln-gul-ihed
Tim Nliei'lir Was Hlljl.t.
Urit.MiNuiiAM, (Ala.) Dee. 13.
Governor Ferny had 1111 Interview
with Kliorlll' Kiultli and said that
ho Indorsed tho (Sheriff and wiih
glad Jefrcrson county had a sherlll
who, no mutter how painful his
duty, could uphold the law.
Ni'.W YoitK, Dec. 13. "Whisky'
itynti, of Itrooldyn, and Jim Farrell
ofPhlladelplila, fought at Philadel
phia caily this morning under
(JueeiiMbury rules. Ityan won In
nine rounds. It was a scientific
rather than a slugging mutch.
Threii .Mm, Killed.
Wam.a Wai.i.a, Dee. 111. Mon
day night, while doscoudiug u long
hill uoar I.ewlston, tho stage ujHct,
killing It. Gruenfleld, John Dlx,
and "Poker Hill," a gambler of
Aiiullirr iialc ut m(.
Venterdwy evening Mr. Parker of
Portland purchuvod two lots lu tho
Oregon Lund (Vm Hlvurnldo addi
tion. Add yet there are some folks
who think Salem U not Improving.
Spring will lee neveral liuiisoi under
construction In till addition to the
HIliUod, riai-bawiiM, 0. Or., Mur. ai.
I lion- MitteriMt with dlawtM u( th kld
DtyatbrSorT yearn and Air the li"l lw
iiioiiltw tusve Imwii laid up with a ialu In
mybaek, Afrlund wut loe a kalupln ut
tlio Oregon Kitlry Tea, and navInK iim-4
ll ou week J mil do a aT"oti day's work.
I Iimv darlved mure beuvAl from It Oiau
sal Ue ioillrUMt I ttav evar Jakea. . .
Hold by Ii. W. Hataaw Oo.
Amu all tha Aataf Ka binni k not lika-
IV to baeocna tatiuet. A profit baa banti
foutid in gradlag liuwatiM eaUW and tbay
bw and multiply ia eapdvity.
A good diamlioo walla on auuilltc ud a
rood apiwiila la one of Iba 1
und auiwtlla Is 000 of Iba auhM alalia or
baailb. lfuuaiwiuw aplrltad, IrrtUtbU-,
uiilluua. or uava
lllteM Mlift MtfltfM VflU
I'r llaattay'a Iktottaliuu
uiaka anaw man of you.
Hold by K. W. Mattowa a Oo,
Sa Irragukur appallti ,
y all maaaa bi tuku
"onto. It will
Am KaMaia exaaaDK savs taat a man,
oa ktoppiag bia paper, wiow 10 tb cdiiwi
"I llnak matt ottaal Ut afMtud Ibair muuuy
Ut paypcrs, ay daJ itkla'l awl every bod
dy said He waa iIm MtalUgaaUat huui iiuko
eouoliy, aud be bad tha Maartaat taailjr ut
1m)S tbi' r dug taters.'