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SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10, 18S8.
l farm. Address
or call at
nMALLPOX A PRKVENTIVE. TTTP
preventive for smallpox or any other
cntchlne; disease Is tho OREGON PEACH
BITTE1W. It cleanses your blood and
strengthens yourKV-,tcm. Every family
should have a bottle In their house. To
Srevent treating diseases, call nt your
rupglst or address H. KLAS,
No. 21 FBt., Portland, (Jr.
General Iloasi Moving, Raising aorj
Work proraplly done at reasonable rates,
Orders left at Capital Journal office
will rccelvo attention. Ml-tf
SHEEP KOR SALE.
800 head of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, address
A. care Capital Journal ofllee.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
REAL' ESI4 ATE
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH
lnston Tor. orCalllornla real csuitc. For
Information address us nt either of the fol
lowing effices: Palcstino, 111.; Kansas City,
Mo.; Salem, Or.; Portland, Or. Salem office
nt Bellinger's machinery depot, near tho
cily hall, Liberty street: Portland office In
the rooms of the State Immigration Hoard,
corner of Front and Ash btrects. KStf
T PAY THE HIGUEST CASH PRICE
L for butter, eras and imultry. Also
havo u feed storo, 204 Commercial strwt.
10-W-dlm W U YATEg.
MILLINEHY AND FANCY GOODS.
MRS. SI. K. WILSON
Has n very flno stock of new milllneryi
and Is prepared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In the latest styles, Call and seo her new
winter goods and styles.
275 Commorclal street, Salem.
A good Iron frame Horso Power. Good
tor nil uses, from one to mil auwcltj.
All for the low price of $30. Call ut the i Pa
ciflo Cider, Vinegar A Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
'or the treatment of all diseases of me
DBS. GILBERT & WEJIP
Medicated vnpor baths, oxygen inhala
tions, electro magnetism, meawea
sprays, etc. Office and sanitarium In tne
uinir n wir. I nnsuiuiuuu iiw .-..
Son J. Coughs,
t vi rrKir-.; i t wt''-
1 RPCfcUilviF riT LI
m ijr- u iii iv ii ii am ilw u i ni fiu
SencIfrCiruUr,wlliirail; -aw,,, by the ABIETINE
Mink ncMmiLi.m &sss?&uh.
J ' .r nnAnANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU &IW00DARD, WhoIesalelDeDot
I n V n .
Monroe & Bell,
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From Jl toJ3 per day.
SALEM - - OREGON.
Meals "30 cents; board, S3 per week. No
il Commercial St.
ileal Estate Bargains.
$1,(100, 11)0 acres, , miles from O & C de-
' pot. Good house, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and In cul
tivation. 82,000.. SO acres, 4 miles from Salem.
Good road to town. Improe
ments fair. Flno fruit land.
5,400 Si acres 2f miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
all fenced. Make n desirable
$2,500 U0 acres 4 miles from Salem. Im-
proemcnis gooa. rnie young
orchard, and garden land.
$1,180 IM acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
In lots of 40-acro tracts at $23 per
510,800 673 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rlvor.
Will clUn tracts.
jl 375 51 nci-cs, 4 miles ofSalem. House,
barn and orchard. Largesprlng
at tlio door. Good soil, and
plenty of timber.
$-2,400 lJOnores, 5 miles of Snlcm; good
road; well Improved- stream
running through the place.
500,00 400 acres (4 miles west side O A
O R II) good house, barn and
orchard, W In cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pasture land.
$800 10 acres, 1 mllo from Salem, ad
joining fairground. Good land;
jl an 40 acres, 5 miles Salem; all In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. ;Excellent fruit
1 000 370 acres, 6 miles from O & C It R;
all fenced; well watered. Houko.
barn, and small orchard; 100
acres In cultivation.
$2.730. 3 lots, with gooa mmseaud barn,
East Salera. Deslrablo location.
Wo havo besides this a largo list of oity
and farm property. Buyers would do well
to call and examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & C1IAMI1ERLIN,
BLICKSM1TI1IXG and HORSESHOEING.
23 312 and S14 Commercial SL, Salem,
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it wj
d.a?e giving satisfaction, and a ci
nnsp.w u dvcuoou u.
Jiil dts clvine satisfaction, anq a cu
?'" "Sifh llroncbitls say. ft is tueouly
;iimt elves Instant relief. .
'" u.n.i. A COVKU. Dnlggl
pdv that Elves insiani rcucj.
to-H it the pleasure to inrorm
C3 Unirn ... .i... i,t l'iiaratloi.s are
?w"ndrSln. Moy U no object where
nith u i he ponVnCe You
balance, and the Vr in purchase
trming.uroorone dwur wh
"fercularssent free, contalnlm detailed
U. H. MONROE,
Lute of tho M
Wednesday eve. Dec. 19 Bazaar
Fiiday, Dee. 21 Silverjubllee Acad-
emy Sacrel Heart; Dedication of
A. O. y. W. Hall.
Dec. 2'-6-5 Lillian Drew Dramatic
Co., at Opera House.
Dec. 24. Christmas tree, Baptist
Dec. 24. Christmas entertainment,
M. E. Church.
Dec. 25. Christmas entertainment,
Dec 25. Christmns program, Pres
A tw Psrty Prtpcstd.
iNDiANAroi.is, Dec 18. Tho
committee of prominent Southern
ers who visited Gen. Harrison
brings out the fact that beneath
this indorsement of tho protection
doctrine lies what may prove the
greatest political problem of this
generation. Only the rudiments of
the movement arc as yet vislblo
but beneath is a welUletlned pro
gram for the founding of a new po
litical party in tho Southern states,
the leading spirifM of which shall
bo tho business element, especially
the manufacturing interests of the
This powder never varies. A marvel ol
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical limn the ordinary Mods, and
ninnnt tie sold In comnetltlon with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum or
filiospimte powaers. rxmi oniy m njn.
tOYAL, IIAKINO l)WIKllCO.,100 Wllll.N.l .
BR. MASON, PENTIST.HUCCKOHW
Dr. J. C. Uyrd. Omee oterlluub'a
rvR. J. M. KKENI-1 U. UH, DENTAL
yruuiiia 'vi m iw u' -
8a. m. to 5 p. m.
J. W. CRAWFORD,
STEAM AND WATER PIPES,
Stoves and Tin Ware, Force nnd Lift
Tin, Copper, and
DHt'lii iron tunc;
... i..-.. .,... n imiiImi. Ilywiflni nnd
Spouting, attended toon short nolle
261 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
toe greai ein w. ( - .- - j.
icrounU of exploits of srouU and spjw,
fortoro hopes, Vroie bravery, 1!'",:
mrntsand r-breadth w. ro'00'',?
Scldenu. band-to-band Mul!!?
ous and tragic eyenU, ftrttou .""
r . . t.lllonl Slliru-1hst 1111(1 HWlf
DOiaaue, !. r i .MTri line
wnlrnoa. anions on jeaehrhi. lb. line
CD euapiers. rrmamnj i?!?":" rLJir.i
Ule. No other book at all like . AfoU
of fundd and frt4f bt prtfrtid.
JOB. ALBERT, Awt,. . I. Ortf eo
NINE DOCTORS FAILED.
Three Most Remarkable Cures How
They Wore Done by nn Advertis
A ctd to tlio public: I feel tliat I
would uot ba doing my duty to woman-kind
if I did not let them know how badly f
flictcil I have Wrn and how and where to
b cured. Ten Years C I was taken with
a painlut illness, and I have been troubled
that way since that time, accompanied
with wouib trouble in every conoelvable
way. About three months ago the climax
cam, and I was proitrated ith pain
through the heatt, cheat and lungs, and
coiitiucd to my bed. Alter nine doctors
of different schools of piactlce gave me up,
I aubll'd to Dr. Darrin, and they have
cured me so I van walk from my rciiiiouco
to their office. I am overjoyed with the
remit of the cure. Mrs. E.A. AllLF.
The followim; tribute to the gift and
skill of l)rv U.irrin is a lemarkahle in
tancoiifa genurous impulse worked out
ucama powerful prufesslouat prejudice,
ami worthy of record;
Card to the public I havo for the past
I two years Iwon atllcted with chromu pel
irtnrltu nniiiiiiiiitiiiiJ uirh nruil lii!n
ibutuitir, ottiw in i'ki iiuvs nmi h " (''
around ihe liesrt all that time with excrs
mvc ciiculntion, sleepless nights, tear ami
distress. I whs unable to attend to the
duties of my profession. Iliad exhausted
my knowledge of medicine, as also that
ii. ci lleagues, and found no relief until
coming under l'ic electro-magnolia treat
ment of l)r. Darrin. A little more than a
liinntli.clupjed sinco I received this treat
iiiulit, ami I can truthlulty sny that I oin
mm. I. I Iiuvj none of my former trouble,
and with tngivomy personal experiruoe
i i tli biierest of humanity. I have been
i pi cut.ciii).h)siclati fourteen J ears, nr.d
am well knonu in .his city and in Marsh
livid, Ore 'mi. I deem It but justice to
the public and to Drs. Damn to write the
TOTAL DKArNESS CUBKI) SIXTEEN YEARS
AUO ASD REMAINS PERMANENT
TO THIS DAY.
Mr, Editor; In I872 mydaughter was
taken with the membranous croup and
upon her recovery was left lotallyjdeaf, I
called on tn eminent physicians who
said ilu-y could do nothing for her. At a
last res in I look her to Dr, Darrin, who
cured her, and .he has never been troubled
with deafness since. I consider it one of
the uruateit cures of clectro'inagnetic treat
ment 1111 record, and with'grealsatlifaollou
give this testimonial. I reside in Ilirklev,
Alameda county, California, and will take
great pleaui in answering any inquiries
ooncerniiii this most remarkable cure.
WlLUAM 8. 1)1 HULK.
Office Hours' and Place ok
Drs. Darrin can lo consulted free
at the Cliemeketo Hotel, Salem, Or.,
Documhurftd to Deoembor 22d only.
Tlioy will under no oircuinstan
oe tnko 11 case they uuiiuot euro or
benullt. Charges are rotisouablo,
and tho poor trontcd frw from 0 to
If) 11. m. dally, Olllco llours from 10
U4 daily; evenings, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All curable
uhruule disousoH, loss of manhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rhuui, striuturu, HtKirmatorrluDa,
Homlual wenkness, or Iomx of desire
of sexual iHiwurln man or women,
catarrh or deafiioss, arc confident
ially and successfully treated.
Cures of private diseases guaranteed
and never published In the papers.
Circulars sent free. Most cus can
receive home treatment after a visit
at the Doctor's oflloc.
A eood digestion walls on appetite and a
Kxl appetite Is one uf the surest signs of
situ. If ou are low spirited, Irritable,
bullous, or have an Irregular appetite,
then we advise you by all means to take
Dr Henley's Dandelion Tuulc. It will
make a new man of you.
Hold by D. W. Mathews Co.
A Hrlt-af sfSaltss.
An early number of the Overland
Monthly will contain a descriptive
artlele on Salem and surrounding
country. This magazine Isamonjr
the first. A. Peringer U the agent
for Salem, and ordera left at Burr's
for bint will recelvo careful and
prompt attention. dtf.
News Anil Notes ef a General In
terest to tlio Westerner.
Clark Brnden Is delivering rt couro
of lectures In Albany this week.
At Alblua mumps have hecu quite
prevalent, nnd whole families have
been down with the disease.
Tho goods from tho stranded
steamer Ynmiina Bay arc at Albany.
Verj llltte damage was dono to tho
merchandise on board.
D. L. Shirk, a wealthy cnttle man
of Grant county, who was Indicted
for murder, but the jury disagreed,
is out ou $20,000 ball.
There Is great activity In tho
timber laud region alond tho entire
length of Klamath river, where
there is much lino timber.
The only iuluksllvor mine on the
coast, outside of California, Is nt
Oakland, in tills state, and thoyield
is II f toon Husks per month.
Tlio latest thing of thoseasou that
Curry county lias produced Is n rat
tlesnake making Itself free witli the
outdoor world in December.
Steps have been taken to organize
a building and loan association In
Albany, several prominent citizens
being connected Willi tho enterprise.
Petitions are in circulation In Coos
county, praying tlio legislature to
appropriato $15,000 to aid in build
lug a wagun road up tlio middle fork
of tho Coriulllo river.
On tho lUth day of December at
places in Oregon tomato vines are
green, volunteer Irish potato tops
are over a foot high, and grass Is
green and line enough for May.
Tho weather is especially favor
able for setting out fruit trees, and
many are making preparations to
put out largo orchards In the next
two mouths. Hundreds of small
orchards will bo planted before
sprl tig opens.
It Is now thought by sanguine
timber men that largo lumber Inter
ests will spring up in tlio upper
Ilogne rlvor country In a short time,
which will necessitate tho building
of a town at or about tlio falls of
A considerable amount of real
estate Is changing hands at Grant's
Pass and In that vicinity. There
will be much activity In all lauds
throughout the country next year,
as iv largo immigration from Califor
nia and tho East Is expected.
Oregon will receive an immense
Immigration during the coming
year and new enterprises will ho es
tablished. That section of the Stute
will prosper most which will show
tlio most enterprise ou the part of
The citizens of Harrishurg havo
organized a company and beuu the
manufacture of brooms. Several
farmers near there raised small
crops of broom corn this teasou,
which was succujsfully manufact
ured into brooms and placed upon
A suggestion haslieen made to con
nect Tillamook lighthouse by tel
ephone to tlio main laud. Only
about two and one-half miles of sub
marine mihlo would Im3 required to
roach from Tillamook Head to the
light, uud It would soon pav for
Itseiriu saving trips 10 tne ugui
Is Urr Wits Ills Wlf.
"What etui I do to regain my litis
Isinds love?" writes Mrs. Carrie It.
of Toronto. Hlie adds that seven
years ago she was married under
the most happy auspices and until
six months since happiness crown
ed her domestlu life; then her hus
band bccuiue distant In his inauuer
toward her, until now ho is iosltI
vely cold Mrs. It. gives no partic
ulars but If she Uulllloted with dis
etiMJS peculiar to her sex If her
cheeks have lost their bloom, aud
her eyes their sparkle it may ex plain
the cause of her complain. In this
event Dr. Pierce's Favorite prescrip
tion will effect n magical change
and restore her to health. As a pow
erful Invigorating tonic, Dr, Pierou'e
Favorite Prescription Imparts
strength to the whole system, and
to the womb uud Its uppeuduges, In
particular. For overworked worn
out, run-down, debilitated teachers
milliners, dressmakers, wmmstrenseei
hop girls, housekeepers, nursing
mother, and feeble women general
ly, "Favorite Prescription" U the
greatest possible boon, belug un
equaled aa an appetizing cordial and
Important Evcnjs of the Whole World
for tho Fist Wetfc
A nombanleit City.
NkwYokk. Doc. 18. Capt. Kelly
of tho steamer Saginaw, which at
rived from Haytl, will not mako
any report of Haytlun all'alrs, but It
Is learned from other sources uint
tho steamer Hnvtlan Hepubllo was
still In tlio harbor of Port-au-Prlnco
when the Saginaw sailed.
Passemrera by tho Saginaw bring
Important news from Haytl. On
tho mornlmr of thoath of uecomuor,
its tho passengers state, four of Leg
itime' men-of-war, bombarded Cairo
liny tine. Tho gunboats dropped
anchor four or llvo miles oil' shore,
Ivlncr broadside on to tlio town.
Tho guns wore fired with blank car
tridges to give notice or warlike m
The foreign consuls In tho city
sent out a petition to the commander
or tho Hoot, asking time to get out
of tho city. They were given thirty
six hours to evacuate tho town. Tho
people lied into tho hills, taking all
their possessions they could con
llllsriird And l'luoil.
Cari.isi.i:,Pii., Dec. IS. Reports
from the surrounding country nnd
a uumlror of towns In tho Cumber-
laud valley show that thousands of
dollars worth of property was de
stroyed last night by ono of tho
most dlsasteroim rain and wind
storms which has ever visited this
city. In tho rural districts dwell
ing houses Were unroofed, barns
blown down, trees uprooted and
fences blown to pieces.
Mure Oregon Hullwny.
Han Francisco, Dee. 18. Tlio
survey of tho route for a railroad
lino front Bedding northeastward Is
creating much comment here. An
evening paper says: "The departure
of a largo Union Puclllo railroad
survey party from Bedding, seeking
a route to Bolso City, looks llko
business. It Is only a matter of n
few miles of track to connect with
Oregon Short Lino to glvo tho
Union Pacific n through route. Tho
project has been talked of for years.
A llu.teil Hunk.
San Fiiancihco, Dec. 18. Tho
California National bank of San
Francisco, which was organized la
1880, with 11 capital stock of ? 1,000,
000 suspended to-day. Capt. It. B.
Thompson was ono of tho principal
Money I'or Orego .
Wahhinoton, Dec 18. In tho
senato to-day tho secretary of tho
treasury reported that 103,211 28
had Dceu paid tho state of Oregon
In settlement or the Modoc Indian
W. II. Darby or Waldo Hills wa
In Turner last week,
J. S. Shanks of Mt. Angel Is
visiting his parents here.
The (louring mill Is kept running
on Sundays as well as week days.
Hoad ftiiK)rvlsors are fighting tho
had roads with gravel uud sand.
Leonard Edmlster was buried ut
tho Cornelius cemetery yesterday,
There will be 11 Christmas boat nt
the Masonic Hall Christmas eve.
Quite 11 number from over tho
county attended tho teachers' meot
Ing hero Saturday.
Clarke Bogers' family havo tho
typhoid fever. Dr. Ransom is at
George Loftls uud wire, tho newly
married couple, has moved In tho
cottage by thechurch. The boys gave
them a gonulno old-fashioned sere
nade Weduesday night.
The play presented by tho I. O.
O. T. last Thursday night, was well
rendered, and a success financially.
They took In over (40, part of
which uys the Indebtedness ou
their organ, the balanco was dona
ten to Turner band.
Borne of our farmers aro vexed
because tho game law lu regard to tho
Chinese pheasants la not executed
or repealed. They desire to obey tlio
law, but dislike to do so and havo
others kill birds arouud them and
have none of the sport thvuuelvea-