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SALEM, OR., MONDAY DECEMBER 17, 1SS8.
VOL,. 1. - - -
WANTKD-A DOY TO WORK ON A
farm. Address .or call at Capital
Jounae. onico. n .V. II idlwwl.
SMALLPOX A PREVENTIVE. TIfE
prevcntlvo fur sinnllpot or nnv oilier
c:tchln2dlfieas0lstbc OREGON PEACH
BITTKlt-S. It cleanses your hlood and
strengthens your nyntem...J3vcry family
should have a bottle In their house. To
prevent treating disease;, call at your
druggist or address H. KLAS,
No. 31 F St., Portland, Or.
CH.MONKOE, J ILK T1EII
Ute oi thellonroc House.' '
Monroe & Bell,
Oiiemekete Bote .
Geaeral llouse Meving, Raising and
Work promptly dond at reasonable rates.
SHEEP FOR SALE.
300 head of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, address
A. care Capital Journal office.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH'
Ington Ter. orCalllornla real estate. For
Inlorinatlon address us at either of the fol
lowing efflccs: Palestine, III.; Kansas City,
.Mo.: Sulem, Or.; Portland, Or. Snlcm office
at Uclllnger' machinery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty street; Portland office In
the rooms of the State Immigration Hoard,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 17otf
T PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE
I (or butter, t-irss and poultry. Also
have u feed (.tore, 20t Commercial sti-pet.
10-llt-dlm W. L. YATEg.
MRS. M. E.
Has a very flno stock of new millinery,
and Is prepared to do
In tho latest styles, Call and sco her new
winter goods and styles.
275 Commercial street,
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From SI to $3 per day.
SALEM - - OREGON.
MealsJO cents; board, J3 per weok. No
319 Commercial St.
A good iron frame Horse Power. Good
tor all uses, from one to mil onf"i '
All for tho low price or .TO. Call iittlie I a
clflc Cider, Vinegar A Fruit Preserving
Company's orace. Salem, Oregon.
For the treatment of all diseases of men
DRS. GILBERT & WEMP
, .Medicated vapor baths oyen 'njudaj
nous, cicciru inutu'i ---.-- ,h.
sprays.etc, Offlcoand .nltorlum In the
nitnif ninir. i xitihiululiuu sw --
Real Estate Bargains.
81,000 1G0 acre, (i, miles from O A C de
pot. Good house, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and In cul
$2,000 SO ncrc, 4 miles from Salem.
JIHU I1I.1U I, lunu. lllll'iu.v-
ilicms l.lir. r uiu iruu iituu.
$3,490 aercs '3.i miles from Salem.
OIJ UllUUlUS. fJlll-UUlU 1I.11U,
all renced. Make a desirable
$2,500. W acres 4 miles rrom Salem. Im
provements goou. rino yuung
orrhiird. nnd inirden land.
54,180 1(K) acres, 7 miles rrom Salem.
Mill mnu, inieij naicrcu. ii
In lots or 40-aere tracts nt $2o per
M10.800 673 nrics.'S miles rrom Salem.
f" ' i.i 1I....1 ...-.. ,i n it ft 1 1 Innil
CAct'iieiib gi" - imi i"U
adjoining WlUametto rWer.
111 PtlTU Ill il-m.
51,375 51 acres, 4 miles of Salem. House,
Darn ana arciiuru. l-suiKcoii.tp.
nt tho door. Good soil, nnd
iiIai.Ii. nf H in list r
S2.4O0 IJOurrcs, 6 miles or Salem; good
...nntnif tlifrttlrrll tltn ttlllPP.
$00,00 400 acres (4 miles west tilde O A
r t l n.n, 1.mii.n liurti Mill!
orchard, IS) In cultivation, bal-
..niAi,iir irmli mttf n rn Innri.
$S00 10 acres, 1 mile from """ n";
joining nur gruuuu. uwm ...,
$1.200 40 acres. S miles Salem; all In
ClllllVIIUUlli UU uu.iu..., ""
school house. Excellent rrult
$1,000 iTO acres, 6 mllps rrom (J AC R R;
.,v.a. ,rti ......Arrt.i limine.
barn, nnd small orchard; 150
acres m cuiu.i.nw.
w 7rJi 3 lots, with gooa iioune and barn,
$2,7u0 -sleiiiT Dcslrablo location.
Wo havo besides this a largo list of city
,i rnrni nmocrtv. Jiuycrswould dowcll
!o caU anTexamlne our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS A UIIAMU&IWM.'.
Opera House, Court St..
r Salem, Or.
BLACKSMITHING and HORSESHOEING.
s&u 312 and 314 Commercial St., Balem.
CALIFORNIA the Land of Discoveries.
., u , . the pleasure to Inform
HaVe you that yorpnraMon. are
meeting with large len nny
Nothng but Praise havmg oc
hith u in .Convince You
balance. nd the UiMi 'rthw
trifllngium orone amr JMn
u R U W oiMmWT JQ uvv
aLuN&3-&,'.nWW SAN I A Amu
D. MATTHEWS Wm
106'STATB ST.. SALEM, OR'
SNELL. HEITSHU fflWOODARD, WholesalelDeoot
TrtK DailyTelegrnpli's correspou
pent tit Rcms has nn interview
with the Pope. His Holiness receiv
ed tho 'corresdoudeut graciously.
Ho said, "Emper ir William's visit
was nat fuvoniblo to us. His visit
to European courts "vaa calculated
to strengthen our enemies and solid
ify their position without to benefit
Uf.Atthebeginulngof the Emperor's
interviow with me by ealling Prince
Henry In order to present him."
Another correspondent says lie hus
loirued from good uuthorlty that
Emperor William's visit pained and
disappointed the Vatican. j
An Accompllslied Alabnmloil.
A youns Alabamlau who prides
himself on his ability to do queer
things, now astonishes his friends
by tossing up a grape, and as It
comes down cutting it exactly In
two with one stroke of Ids razor. It
took him over live weeks to learn
the trick, and it eoet him one of
his lingers, before he suecveded.
While tho I'luijil :m i.i. inj in ""
East, ilrMmyiiig lile Imth.iii'i.i t iil n
by storm anHeniK-t, Orry.n ) j ) ui'ii-
ial weather; flower are in 1 i i nt i.
doors; ripe irwhenie :.-e ' mi picUcil
from the vino, ai.il janlen vrrtahlon are
almost as freli ami i;re.'ii .- in springtimr
NINE DOCTORS FAILED.
Three Most Iteinnrkablr Cnro How
They Were Done by nn Advrrtls.
A eatil to the public: I feel that I
would not be doing my duty to woman-kind
if I did uot let them know how badly af.
flicted I have Wen and how and where to
be cured. Ten Year ago I was taken with
a painlul illneu, and I have been troubled
that way lince that time, accompanied
with womb trouble in orery conceivable
way. About three months ago the climax
came, and I wai prottratcd vith pain
through the heart, chest and lungt, nnd
contiued to my bed. Altar nine doctors
ot different schools of practice gave me up,
t apDllid to Dr . Darrin, and they have
cured me so I uan walk from my residence
to their office. I am overjoyed with the
reurlt of lliecuru. Mrs, K.A. AlILF.
This powder novcr vurlm. A miirvel l
purity, strengin una wnoicwrnnin.. un;
economical iiiaii uiu ..i.iiin.i.. -hih".
cannot be sold In competition with the
phosphate powders. Sold only In call".
Royal lUKijro PowdkiiCo.. 101 V all.NA
R. MASON, PKNTI9T. SUCCESSOR TO
Dr. J. C. iiyro. unice over jiuu
J Ml. J. M. KEKNK, 1. U. H., DKNTAI.
Jroomocr White Corner. Otlleo lumrs
a. in. to 6 p. m.
J. W. CRAWFORD,
STEAM AND WATER PIPES,
Stoves nnd Tin Ware, Force and Lift
Tin, Copper and
aM . -j n- Vltllm. iritfflnir and
Spouting, attended toon nhort notice,
261 Commercial St., iem, ur.
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
The great oolleenon onoi ni'" ";""";
peraonat adventure jn both ld dunn
the creat, civil war. in.m-nj . ...Sir
aecounU of explolU of isoouU and yw.
meand'Slr-brridtt. eTl. romantic
"netn" U.nd-to-lnd .tniKlmr.r.
ua and tragic evenU, irtlu journey.
toldcuSheTrbrtlllant ""wole Unt
nanlmoua actkma on ewh jW Jlhe line.
5) chapura. lyofuar W1 SJ
Hie. Noolberbooltat.all;llke IU Aja
TlinelbrpayroMUBflowed fnU Hiort
of fund D4,frtitUt.pmld,
rir amd !
joh. At&txr. At. M0- Orw'
The following tribute to the pift and
ikillof I4. l)rrin i a remarkahlu in
i.vnco of a generous impulse worked out
niiim powerful professional prejudice,
and l wnrlhy of recerd:
Card tu the publio I have for the post
to rn len nlllicted with chtonio per
iuiriliti, iicciiiiiunioil with U'nA' I""1
. round the heart all lhat time with execs
ive ciiculalion, alreiless nilit, tear and
li.-re I m-.h inmlilo to attend to the
duties of my profession I had exhausted
my knowledge of medicine, as aii that
ii, v rlleagues, and found no relief until
coming juuder the etectro-maRnotio treat
ment of Drs. Darrin. A little more than a
month elftpicd slnco I received this treat'
ment, aud.I can truthfully siy that I am
cuu-il. I have none of my formor trouble,
and wish i..i;ivein' (erkonal experience
' . ih- n tetest of humanity. I have been
I iincticini: phjsicia i f.itirteen years, at,d
am well known in .his city and in Mmsli-
field, Oregon. I deem it but justice to
the publio and to Drs. Damn to write tho
TOTAL nKAfNKMS CUIIKI) SIXTKEM VKAKS
A(IO AM) RKMAINS PKRMANRNT
to THIS HAY.
Mr. Editer: lu I872 .nydauuhtcr wa
taken with the meinbrnnom croup anl
noon her recovery was left totally diaf. I
called on tn eminent physicians who
said they could do nothing for her. As a
last resort I took her to Dr. Darrin, who
cured In-r, anl lie has never been tronlilrd
with deafness since. I consider it one if
the Greatest cure' f electro magnetic treat
ment 011 rcuord, and with'gruaisatlsUuiun
give this Ustunouial, I reside In Ihrklev,
Alauicila county, California, and will take
Uniat pleasuio 111 answeriuc any inquiries
concerniiiL' Ihu mmt rciuarkatiln cure.
WlLLUM .S. RlllllLE.
Office Hours and Place of
Dm. Darrin can bo consulted free
at tho Chemckete Hotel, Salem, Or.,
December 3d to December 22d only.
They will under no circumstan
ce take a case they cannot euro or
benefit. Charges aro reasonable,
and th poor treated freo from 0 to
10 a. m. dallv. Olllco hours from 10
to4 dally: evenings, 7 to 8; Bun-
days, JO to 12. All curable
chronic diseases,',!" of manhood,
blool talnU, syphlliH, gleet, gonor
rlmta. stricture, bnormatorrhtua,
seminal weakness, or loss of deslro
of sexual power In man or women,
onturrlr or deafnosn, are conlltlont-
lally and Huoeonsfnlly trwitwl,
Curetj of private illmiw guaranteed
and never publlshwl In the pajiers.
Circulars senl free Mrit case ou
n-culvo home treatment after a visit
at the Dootor's ofllce.
A rtirwl dlcfMkth.n wi.lta nn aooetlte and a
good appetite Is one of the iunt sign of
health. Jljouare tuw spirited, I rr I la'll
lilUi.kUA. .tliikVA fi IrnnfuLar all!4ltU'l.
then weadvlMVixj by alt means to Uka
irr- HonlerV (andeUon Tonic. It Will
nsakaanewinaisuf you. ''
Hold by 1). W.JialWa A Co.
A VTrlU-aa f tUItja.
An enrly number of the Overland
Monthly will contain dweripUve
article on Baleni esd urroUBdtntt
Wntry Thta inaxwlne lmpnvt
for Balem, aud.Qrd.t'rf left at Hlrr'i
for hint will receive careful A&u
'?: r r.ii ..." ' Ji
ipf aiyiinofl. tjv
SOME TIMKI.T TOPICS.
Cl.ym.kk, Or., Dec. 14, 'S3.
Editor Capital JouRNAIi
Mauy of your business men have
slow accounts on poor hard-working
men, who would gladly work It out
on your roadways; and such labor
would come back to you with com
pound Interest, In tho shape of In
creased trade that now stops in nil
the little towns that surround you.
There Is no excellence without eilort.
There is often pleasure mid profit In
seeing what we can do. Tho object
of money Is not to be hoarded. You
have now among you men that have
grown Immensely rich otl'the Indus
try of thesurroundlng country, men
that count their Interest money by
tho thoiifnud thoy are not willing
to-day to help tear tho lurden of
government In common with the
poor farmers oil' whom thoy havo
made their riches. I 2c now where
of I speak. When an Individual will
send IiIh money out of tho oauntry
to avoid his proper share of the pub
lic taxes, Is he honest? has he any
patriotism? And w lien ho limns, does
It under tne name of some friend
that is in Europe, New York or per
haps that I111H been dead forty years,
to avoid the same burden. Can
such a man bo trusted? If so, how
far? If an Incendiary were to burn
his smoke-house or dwelling he
won't! call upon tho authorities to
run tho culprit down at any cost,be
causo It is taken from tho treastuy
of the very people ho Is helping to
rob. It is almost a slmmo that such
men lira classed as citizens. Amer
ican's ought to be God-honoring,
subjects. Look nt tho histassess
incnt. Oh shame! the Shylocka
know tho WlUunictto bridge and
other Improvements were to bo paid
for. I am not growling, but only
speaking in dofviiEO of Justice I
am an old tax payer and have help
ed to build all the publio buildings
of this state, and county. 1 havo
ridden past tho foundation of the
great structure, going In to pay my
small shuro that was needed In Its
construction, when I was cold from
being poorly clad, truly needing
some of tho tax money to buy inoro
comfortable clothes, and this only
voiced t lie condition of thousands.
I remember onco riding to town
with u friend who was going In to
pay his taxes and Juntas wo passed
the stato liotiso he looked up at the
Imposing half llnlshed structure and
remarked that his poverty of dress
was not In contrast with the Im
mense pllo of masonry that stood
before us. The average farmer al
ways pays his taxes cheerfully and
nover winces unless ho feels that
the burden Is not resting equally or
that the public funds are being reck
Hut as no city or county ever Ix.
cuiiio very prosperous from IU cit
izens button-holing each other and
talking of the most probable candi
date for the U. B. senate or to 11)1
tho vurloiis other olllces, let us
turn to another purt of tho sub
ject and that s mamifaciorlus.
Tho light of genius, Industry, nutl
patriotism that lit Up the Krench
Kmplrodurlug tho days of tho Great
NalK)leou and had also made them
masters of tho whole worhl wus fast
smouldering In tho ruins of their
former greatness, when Germany,
through a series of victorious con
tests, wiu enabled to lay 11 burden of
mjVcral hudred millions of dollars, to
Indemnify themselves In lossw sus
tained consequent ujxui war. This
heavy debt drove tho French jxioplo
into thu various manufacturing in
duhtrlw, arid for many years follow
ing almost every fashionable article
found upon our owii, and upon tho
markets of the world, bore the name
of a French artisan. T Iolg
Up of -these hew Industries enabled
her people to liquidate the great
dobt In no short a time that It was
an' astonishment to the whole civil
izeri world, proving beyond contro
versy that state, nation or peo
ple can long maintain their national
vigor and' commercial standing
arrionir the notl6ns of the world un
less they Income manufacturers t6
the extent of the natural esourcs
bv which lhey tire environed.
Then after reviewing little short
history Of what Industry, Ktmliw.
and home enterprise hve, will, and
can do for a peoplo let! us unlto
In nsklmj the coming legislature to
otter a bounty of $ 10,000, payable to
tho first man or company for the
nroduction of tho urstono liuntirett
and fifty pounds of licet sugar
raised and manufactured anywnero
In this state. Wo will not cavil
about Its location. Such an enter
tirlso will not mls-locate Itself. Then
asSnlein has tho money and flno
natural surroundings, let her como
to the front nnd take tho prize. Tho
lroneml advantage to tho stato will
bo tho same, locate It where they
mav. It nrobablv would not ex
ceed one-quarter mill tax to cover
the outlay, and I am sura that la
nothing when compared to tho
great good that would accrue to tho
peoplo from such an outlay.
This is not a irood corn countrj'i
and tho question suggest n ltsef to
every farmer what kind of crop
can be raised upon our fallow lands
in order to get some return ior mo
work? llr Introducing tho beet
sugar Industry It would ciiablo tho
farmers to plant some or thelrHculs
lying Idle through the whot,o aeiisou,
thereby getting pay for tho work
that must necessarily bo done to
nrenaro tho land for wheat. Not
only so hut It would help to diver
sify our products.
In order to Het the sugar Industry
squarely on Its pegs and enable It to
succeed and pay from the beginning,
It possibly would bo wise to appro
priate a few hundred dollars, to bo
used as premiums on tho best llvo,
ten, twenty-live, fifty, eta, aero lots
during tho first and second years.
As tho factory would bo of tio use
without plenty of raw material to
work, thU Bourse would Insure 11
fair and sneody test. If tho Industry
would prove as prolltable as It him
In Franco and Germany, many
other factories would spring up all
along tho const, which would glvo
a new Impetus to tho agricultural
interests of tills country. I could
mention many other advantages
that would urow out of such an en
terprise. As this article was penned
only as a passing thought, I lcavo
tlio subject for the public's ctiudlil
Farmer No. 1.
Hulnm'a (loveniiuiieiit lltillilliiK.
Washington, Dee. 10. Congress
man Hermann with eager sollcitudo
has been sti2lng for recognition In
behair of publio btilldln.;s In Port
land mid Salem, ami has tho ad
vantage at pre cut of having t,ho
Portland bill at tho head of tho
calendar, to bo considered If a day
can bo obtained, notwithstanding
tho taollcs of Southern filibusters.
It seems, however, there Is very lit
tle prospect for the bill. Friday tho
democratlo leaders gave notice
through lilount of Georgia that not
another dollar shall bo voted during
this session of congress for any pub
Will Disregard tlm Imyt.
New York. Dec. ID. Tho World
contains Interviews with tho lead
ing editors of tho stato on tho course
thoy Intend follwlng after January
1st. when the law prohibiting tne
publication of tho details of execu
tion bv electricity goes Into eliect.
A majority of them deelara thoy
utterly dlsrugurd tlio law, ami puo
llfth ull the fuels which come Into
their possession In connection with
The Other Hotly Found.
liiiiMf NfiiiAM. Ala., Doc. 10. The
hodv of Irene llawes, second daugh
ter of Jt. It, J In wen, tho murderer,
was found In tho lake at uikevlow
yesterday, near tho point where
Mrs. Hawes' body was discovered,
Tie wuter hud been drained uutll It
was only a foot or two deep, A
homo cord fastened to. heavy fish
plates weighing thirty .pounds each
was attached to the bpdyt ,
X Dead JutUee.
Seattle. Dec. 16. Chief Justice
Charles K. Uoylo died last. evening
at Ills rooms In theOoeldental hotel.
1 BtMtastlt Hist.
Genuine new. buckwheat flour,
and a.flnu article of .table syrup, at
UiaGrnngu Store, 120 Stale street.