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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY. DECEMBER IS, 1SS8.
TIT ANTED A BOY TO "WOnK ON A
farm. Address or call at Caittai.
SMALLPOX A PREVENTIVE. THE
preventive for smallpox or nnv other
cafchlne; disease is the 0HEG0N PEACH
MTTEHS. It cleanse your blood and
strengthens your syntcm. Every family
should bavo n bottle In their house. To
Srevent treating disease!, call nt your
rugglst or address H. KLA8,
No.2J FPU, Portland, Or.
C.H.MOXROE, j n TIkit
Late of the llonroe House. ' U
Monroe & Bell,
General Uous Moving, Raising and
Work promptly donoat reasonable rates.
Orders left nt CAriTAi. Journal office
will receive attention. Ml-tf
SHEEP FOR SALE.
300 head of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, nddress
A. care Capital Journal olHce.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
TTIXCHANUED KOIt OUEGON, WASH'
Jjjlngton Tor.orCalliornla real estate. For
Iritormntlon address us at either of the fol
lowing efTices: Palestine, 111.: Kansas City,
Mo.: Salem, Or.; Portland, Or. Salem office
nt Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
clly hnll.Llberty street: Portland ottleeln
the rooms of the State Immigration Hoard,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 173tf
T PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PIUOE
L for butter, W and poultry. Also
have a feed store, 201 Commercial street.
10-UUUui W. L. ATEg.
MltS. M. i:.
Has a very flno stock or new millinery,
and Is prepared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In the latest styles, Call and sco her new
winter goods and styles.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From 51 to 83 per day.
SALEM - . OREGON.
MealsJ cents; board, S3 per wcok. No
219 Commercial St.
Thehrst hill introduced in cn rii m-
bodjing the primiple nfvivtm pensions
to dependent soldiers was. fram.-d and pre
sented by General Harrison
273 Commerchil street,
A good Iron frame Horso Power. Good
tor all uses, from one to full capacity.
All for the low price of 830. Call , ut t he I a
clno Cider, Vinegar A Fruit FreserUng
Company's office. Salem. Oregon.
For the treatment of all diseases of men
DBS. GILBERT & WEMP
Medicated vapor baths, oxygen lnbala
tlons, electro magnetism. .wwd.tenM
spray's, etc. Office and sanitarium in the
iC.nl Awir fvm.iiltiitton free. uwaw
Heal Estate Bargains.
51,600 1G0 acres, (J, miles from O & C do-
pui. IrOOU llMUsU. u.trn UIIU
orchard. Fenced, andIncul-tivntlon.
52,000 80 acres, 4 miles from Salem.
-.-. r.ila Plnnfpnll land
IllCJlia Ittili A- il Mil. sussut
$5.490 H5 acres VA miles from Salem.
Ait UUIIUI "b3 LIJICIIUIU iuuu,
all fenced. Make a desirable
$2,500. ..60 acres k miles from Salem, lm-
orchard, and card en land.
81,180 KM acres, 7 miles from Salem.
' (Till ...-. rt..nl limtflFA1 Malt
11)11 1IU1U, UHCIJ niuvivu. 'in
In lota of 40-ucro tracts at $i per
810,800 67o acres, 8 miles from Salem,
i.UTIIl'Ul 6 "
adjoining Willamette rlrcr.
AV'ilt .nil (n 4mota
'B1375 51 aci e, -1 miles orSnlcm. House,
f 1. ..,4 ..nnli.iwl 1 .nrtroiitirlnrr
U.WJi 1U1U Ull-uui ,-....
at the door. Good soil, and
n..i rt tlttiltnt-
82.100. UOncres, 5 miles of Salem; icood
runnlns through the place.
$0000 400 acres (4 miles west side US
CW,W. ... XnnA ImiiGA hu rn AH it
orchard, 1J0 in cultivation, bal-
nnn n.ll n-Pltll nn lit II TO. 1(1 11(1.
SS0O lOacres.1 mile from K-dcrn. ad.
81 MO 40 acres, 6 miles Salem; an in
51,-aw w..,...l l. Il.lln.ru- npxr
school house. ;Excellent fruit
84 000 V0 acres, 6 miles from u.ry iwi;
ffV"1""""...:'... .11 tfntnrorl. llnllHP.
barn, and small orchard; 150
acres in cuiin uw
82,750. -J'Jn Ecslrablo location.
Wo havo besides this a largo list of city
.n.i fhrin nroDcrty. Buyers would do well
?oJnPQ examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILL1M K AJW,Viv"j ', 'Hi
Opera House, Court St..
BLCKSMIT1IING and HORSESHOEING.
2SS& S12 and 3U Commercial Bt, Salem.
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries
recommend ''""e rfed everything
baUnce. ,.", dollar can purchase
trUninmjfaf,JSSd ttwen you
"fercuut free.contalnlnf detailed
',LUNC5r-Sarf.nWi fnin nu.u
BOLD AND GUARA'
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY.
inR"?TATB ST.. SALEM, Ok!
1SB W I U 1 1 a v f u w . " l
"""".: :.:;; tm Instant renei
rr with Bronenius ,..
i the pleasure to Inform
meetlDg with large sales. from (
Nothing but Praise having oc
Experience and daily nbservati n, how.
ever prove th it tlie love of the ptanutis
not confined solely to tho small boy. Its
fascination has a b.oader sweep. Fashion
may taboo it at the table, but it takes
sveet retenge in all som of utl.er places
and upon all tts of humanity. Its wil
iuesi, too is MacliUvelun No olhr nut
has half us cuunin, and I'niii other can
boast of its potter if insinuaiitui. Itn oni
nipresence i uiiescptil . Ev ry treet-
corner fumes nh i - n.iid tu.ance. at
five cents a quart, measure I m by a lather-colored
meichant li'i Idt hit liomu !
neath the sunny skies of lulj to set hi
trap for fortune in our own (avoiuJ Urn),
temptingly baited with prauuts and piuk
Prudenuu iniy uk" ulTAt Ui bail
aud pass nn. Wli.i !iciHhi.-u lost. One
nibble one tiny end id pn lir I K.tncl in
contast with his pil e an I I hy all
bis disdain for peanut. The itsp .-prim:
and sends him mmiclun .i..n 0. stieU
wilb a quirt dinhnf, in hi- coat tail
pocket Table Talk.
It is in tht contrast wan Hk- qu.etr
housekeeper that hn will i..i' y.t mar ed
for at least ten juir.i
NINE DOCTORS FAILED.
Three Stost Ilrmarkable Cures How
They 1VrIonebyan Adrrrtla
A card o iIim public: I feal that I
would not be doing my duty to woman-kind
if I did not let them know how badly af
tlicted I have Uemi and how and where to
b cured. Ten ears api I was taken with
a paiulul illness, and I have been troubled
that way sinco that time, accompanied
with wnnih trouble in every conoeivable
ay. About three months ago the climax
cams, and I wa prostrated villi pain
through tho heait, chest and lungs, and
coiiKned to my bed. Alter nine doctois
of different schooU (if practice );ave me up.
'I apt) lid to Dr. Damn, and they have
cuted me so I can walk from my icaideuce
to (heir office. lam overjoyed with the
result of the . ure. Mrs. MA. Alll.r.
Thu followinx tribute to tho gift and
skill of Dm. Damn is a remarkable in
stance of a generous impulse worked out
auaiuit powerful professional prejudioo,
and i worthy of recerd:
Card to the public I havo for tho past
two venia been afUlcted with chronic per
icarditis, accompanied with grnat pain
nrutiud the heart all that time with execs.
nite cuculatinn, sleepless inubis, tear and
distress. I wj uualilo to attend to the
duties of my profession. I had exhausted
my knowledge of medioiiie, as also that
nn colleagues, and found no relief until
coming hinder the electro.niagnelio treat
ment of Ore. Darrin. A little more than a
muuth,elaped since I received this treat
ment, and I can tnithtully say that I am
cu .'. I havd none ol my former trouble,
and wish i.iivemy ticrhonal experience
in On interest of humanity. I havu been
n p'aiHioum vh)sician fuiirteen years, aLtl
am well knuwu in his city aud in Marsh,
tielil, Oregon. 1 deem it but justice to
the public and to Dra. Darrin to write thu
mk.i....,!.. nrn. v.rtn, A tiinfVI! Ot
lUloiKinmi ."" ...... -. --
economical than tho ordln.irs wiiiiis.nnd
cannot no soul in comiieinnin wuu mo
multltuuooiiow icsi, suuri wu.ki.i
phosphate powders. Sold nlv In cjins.
itOVAt. lUKlNO I'OWUKB CO., 10J lll,N. .
It. MAKON. DENTIOT, HUCCEKTO
Ur. J. u. Jiyru. umo uiwuwii.
J. M. KKENK, .
Uroom's oer White Comer,
8a. m. to a p. m
T TAL DIIAfKhS LURKD SIXTKEK YEARS
AtlO AM) KKMAINSrERMANE.Nr
10 THIS UAV.
Mr. Editer: Iii I072 .nydaughter was
taken with tim roembranout cruup and
npon her recovery wai luft lotatt). laf. I
called 011 1 mi eminent physicians who
said they could do nothing for her. Ai a
last res rt I 100k hei to Dr. Dnrrio, who
iuted her, and l e has nevsr been troubled
with deafness since
thu creates! cures f elictro-magnetic treat
ment on record, aud with"Krealsatisfaollon
lmvs this testimonial
Alameda county, California, and will take
great pleasure in answering any inquiries
concerning tin most remarkable cute.
WtiX'AH S. DiiiiiLe.
J. W. CRAWFORD,
moves and Tin Ware, Horco
Tin, Copper, and
.u k. a rnm Viiiln Itwiflnirand
Bpoutlng, attended toon short nollw.
261 Commercial St., saiem, ur.
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
Imporlanl Events of the Bole World
for the Past Week.
I)w. Darrin cuii Ihj cotiHtiltud fruo
nt the Cliifiiiekuto Hotul.SuIoiii, Or.,
Di'tuinbtirHd to DvcuinlMir 2.M miiy.
Tlioy will uihUt 110 flrcuiiiHttiii
ixt( tiikoncosu tlitsy cunnot euro or
boiitiilt. ClmraeH uro rooHonuhlc,
ami tho i!or trwitod freo from 0 to
10 a. 111. dully. Olllcu hour from 10
to4 dully: e vonlngt, 7 to 8; Sun-
days, 10 to IS. All curable
clirOlliO lllntHWCU, lOS Of HllllllKMMI,
liUvxl tulritt., nyplilllB, Klot, Bonor
rhtwi, Htrleturu, HtxjrmuU)rrhu.m
Mtmlnul woaknwsH, or low of tliHlro
of muxuuI power In man or women,
eutiirrh or deafnunH, ore conllilent
Inlly utid HUCCfHMrnlly treatwl.
t'urw of private dlmuusuM fuaruiitevs!
utid never puhllnlied In the pujwrH.
Clrculiiru wnt free. Mont ow tnn
Dakota's Next Gosrrnor.
Indianaious, Doc 17. Hon. Al
fred Dickey of Jamestown, Duk.,
was nnionir those who vlfdtcd Gen.
Harrison and hnd n private confer
enco with him. Mr. Dlckoy care
fully guarded tho obJict of his visit
while here, but It trnusnlres that he
emtio In his own interest o a cstn-
dldate for the governorship of Da
kota Territory. From a Kcntlcumn
conversant with the circumstances,
It Is learned that Dickey la strongly
cndearetl to his home people for the
appoltitmont as governor to succeed
Church. He Is a native of Indiana,
having lived many years at or near
Woodvllle, and enjoyed Oen. Harri
son's acquaintance. It is said his
talk with Gen. Harrison was very
AVnnt u lteouuut.
San FitANCisco. Dec. 17. The
ltepubllcnn StatoCcntml cuinmltteo
will consider the proposition of Iniv
Inir a ueni'ral recount of tho vote
cast In this city at tho recent election.
It was agreed that all republican
candidates who believe that a re
count would result in their election
shiiultl hold nconlerouco with repre
sentatives of tho state and county
committees anil consider the advisa
bility of commencing proceedings
ror a recount in tlieir eases.
A IIlK suit.
London, Dee, 17. The stockhold
ers of tho Lake Superior Copper Co.
have decided U wind up the allulrs
of the concern. During tho trial
of tho trade mark suit In tho law
courts to-dav. a photognmhlo Instru
ment was Introduced to reproduce
letters anil other miners. Thu In
strument worked successfully.
A rrnlitlilllonlst's 1'nrll.
ItocKroiti), III., Dec. 17.- Alder
man Holmes, who was ordered by
Whlto Cups a few tluyn ago to resign
within -18 hours and leave the city,
hits heard from his persecutors ugalu.
A dynamite bomb was round 011 his
plnza. The ruse had been Ignited,
but expired before tho explosion
Do I.ussep Wnpt.
Paiiis. Dec. 17. When Do Les-
sops heard of the rejection of the
Pannm-i canal bill hLs fuco blanched
aud lils hands bo'iuno very cold.
never ricciiirouuieu . . , .,,,.,
I consider it one of Hohooii recovered his usual Cttl.n-
noss, nowover, aim siwku miuiy m
tho wreck uml fearful disaster to
tirKioaiiabiiuiii'i. I . ..
I reside in llwklev, M tho nntl("
Iilptlittrla Aruunil Alluiiirqiia.
Ai.iii'dtJiiiKjm:. N. M.. Dec. 17.
Dlptherla has broken out umong
the Mex can children oftlie eoiiiury
and It Is Hiitil that no less than 1MX)
tleiiths haw occurred In tho lust tsw
days. Physicians elulni that pur
ents do not attonil pnjerly to their
llrpfiy Corrc .sponpeure rYom the Towns
Tho Sunday school Is- to- glvo a
Ducks arc very plentiful now In
Wheat lookB well Mid from tho
amount sown last fall wo will surely
havo a largo yield noxt year.
Tho Btippcr was given by tho
Ladles Aid Society and was a
llnanclal success. "Wo understand
tho proceeds go for tho Ihj ne lit of tho
This town can certainly keep
pace with tho larger ones In way of
entertainments two parties, a liter
ary society, and a huge supper In
Ono would Indue from thoaniount
of lumber that is being shipped In
and distributed through tho coun
try that there must bu great Improve
ment going on.
The State Normal Bchool goes on lu
Its own tiulet. unassmulmtwuy. but
Is doing a good work nevertheless.
It has stutlunts from alL over tho
state, aud tho roll Is increasing very
rapidly. The need of a normal train
ing by tho teachers Is clearly man!
rested, and tho work of this school
is telling 011 the edttcatlouul Inter
ests of this state.
There are, more than 1V students
most all of whom aspire tt become
rulers. What a rolnforeemunt to tlio
present rank of teachers I Tho tlnto
lias gouo when a person, who can
read and write and cipher a llltlo
can teach. Tho coming teacher must
bo wide-awake, progressive, keenly
allvo to tho Interests of his pupils
ho must tench not merely his rec
itation, for ho lias in his-charge- tho
most precious part of man tho
Other professions aro getting
trained mid expurJouced recruits
why not teaching? No other place
can men and women bo drilled so
well as at a normal school.
It Is strictly a teachers school.
.... a aUlllntF i I .... I. . .... 4 .. I a. 1.11 fa flil Ik V.Mit
Tbpteollertlonwnimi.l .". rcevivu ..... ....
K.W.TaVTTniu.y Wn at the Doctor's ..lllce.
iiSounu of exploits of scoula and Ptw. , .
aooounuoi "l'"?,":C. T.ViV.ri
forlorn nopea, nnuis ui.. ----
menu and halr-breaatn e-c.1 "-
!naiffiSSSd sTT, hunKT- rc.pPft.t.Uon.ortr1..urit sign, of
oVrndTtc evenu. perllou. Journey-, neauu. , 1 ,
.2-GiSfX "SSTeldaei "fin-. K v'
00 ebPUnT rrSfuaely lllurtraM! "
Ule! Jfo other book at all like U. AgeoU
wanted. Outalls every thlnf.t
f funds and freight prepaid.
ruiSiKT book, w-"?r
A good dlgeatlon waits oouppetlt and a
oti are low aptrtUKl, Irritable,
or have an irregular appbtllf,
nviaa srou ur an uteuue m.
Or Hsnlsy's fittndMlon
Klra aod Ma-rtn.
JOfV AtaKKT, At, HJB.Orte
nm Ir m n mill it vmi.
hold by D. W, Matbtwa s Co.
A WrIU-iB f !
An early number of tho Overland
Monthly will oonUln a descriptive
artlelo on Salera and iturrouHding
eountry. ThU rogaxlne UanionK
!.. 1) X Parlnnr la tllO BCellt
for Salem, and order left at HUrr'a
far hlw will receive careful and
prompt attention. "
Prslk CrsM .Natural las.fs,
The coroner's Jury empanelled to
In.iulro Into tho tittiHO of the cause
of the death of Matthew Harrison,
the old 1111111 who was found tluud in
thu woods, returned a verdict yes
terday evening of death from tuitu-
'PI.. liunilt.lllri nlil infill will be
rvinembercd as a jK-cullar Individual
of whoso life nothing Is known. 80
fur as known ho was alono In tho
world, having no relatives. A little
morn t bun six weeks ago he was 111
Huiem, where ho caiiio to huve his
teeth pulled by Dr. Kecne. IIU
property, nmouutlng to several hun
dred dollurs, will Iw placed In tho
hands of mi admlnUitrtitor.
A N rirai.
In the opera building Mesans.
ltoth & areonbuum nro prejmrliigto
open up a stock of drugs, groceries,
nrovlolons, faiiey gol, etc. They
will be ready for the trade In a few
days, the itore room Is now being
refitted for their acoominodatlou.
Quitk a uumber of potmatr
have tendered their resIgnatWn
with the Intent ef getting a republi
can appointed In their place ueiore
the presKtut admlnUtratlou goea out
but their resignation are not accepted.
I. C. Crawford, our butcher, Is
building an Ice house.
Wo are to havo a Chrthtiniis treo
and also a ball on Chtlstauta cvo.
Dr. Weaver has lately addod tho
Physlclaim' Perfection Operating
chair to Ills olllco furnU.u.0.
Mrs. Ilwslo Cllno has runted a
dwelling house of O. I. Klwrhard,
In which she will oeii dressmaking
Our school contl mitts to grow. It
now numbers sovonoy-two pupils
for th term, with tdaty-lwo lu at
tendance. .1. C. Fowler, has a two story
building iiutuly ready for tho
shingles. Wheiiieoinpletisl It will
bo ned for a harness and shoo shop.
Tho Hubbant Hiring Uuul, which
disbanded tiurUig tho suinmer, htm
reorganized. It Is a good baud and
should reelvo tnicourugeiiioiit front
Mr. Hohui if California tlld not
runt the blacksmith and wagon
shop as he at tlrst Intended, but
will bulldono on a lot purchased
from Mr. Hubbard.
Tlie following letters remaining
uncalled for In the postoiilco atSa
lum, Dec 10, 18i:
.. " - .. . ...
jirooKH J 1
aiiMser K II
Kaufiiuaii J 11 Kline Anton
Maildaok Uiulaa Massey MlsaJ-.m-MasseyWm
Matthews Mrs Matthew FC
MaryO Miller Mn Maggla
uiUm.ii a Rtdwnrl (IvrtlS
8cott Maniulsa Smith D A
Tharp Mix Mary