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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY DECEMBER 22, 1SSS.
WANTKD-A BOY TO WORK ON A
farm. Address or call at Capital
jorkazj offlco. dUr wl.
SMALLPOX A PREVENTIVE. THE
preventive for smallpox or any other
catching disease Is the OREGON PEACH
BITTERS. It cleanses your blood and
strengthens your system. Every family
should have a bottle In their house. To
prevent treating dtseasM call at your
druggist or address H. "KLAS.
No. 24 F BU, Portland, Or.
C. IT. MONROK, J IJ w Tttrr T
Late of the ilonroe House. " U
Monroe & Bell,
General House Mming, Raising and
Work promptly dona at reasonable rates.
Orders left at Capital Journal offlce
will receive attention. 9-11-tf
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO,,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH"
Ington Ter.orCallfornla real estate. For
luiorinnuon nuuresi us ai eunur 01 ine ioi
lowing effices: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Mo.; Snlem, Or.; 1'ortlnnd, Or. Salem offlco
nt Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty street; Portland office in
the rooms of the State Immigration Board,
corner 01 r roni anu agu sircuis. Ji.iu
T PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE
1 for butter, eggs and poultry. Also
liavo n feed store, 201 Commercial street.
10-10-dlm W. L. YATEs.
SHEEP EOR SALE.
300 head of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and .particulars, address
A. care Capital Journal ofllce.
3I1LLINEUY AND FANCY GOODS.
KlltS. M. K. WILSON
Has a very flno stock of new millinery,
and Is prepared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In the latest styles, Call and see her new
winter goods and styles.
215 Commercial street,
"or the treatment of all diseases of raei
DBS. GILBERT & WEMP
Medicated vapor baths, oxygen inhala
tions, electro magnetism, medicated
sprays, etc. Offlce and sanitarium In the
.Hank block. Consultation free. Hwdw
A cood Iron frame Horse Power. Good
MteWr& KKUK, 812 and 31. Commercial St., 8,1cm.
vumjiuuy h oiace. ouitrui, ...
Sample Rooirs for Commercial Travelers.
From 51 to $3 per day.
SALEM - . OREGON.
Meals, 25 cents; board, $150 per week.
Fresh milk, cream and oysters always on
210 Commercial St.
Heal Estate Bargains.
51,000 lW acres, 0. miles from O & C de
pot. Good house, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and in cul
tivation. $2,000 SO acres, 4 miles from Salem.
Good road to town. Improve
ments fair. Fine fruit land.
$5,490. 8.1 acres 2 miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
all fenced. Mako a desirable
$2,500 00 acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. Flno young
orchard, and garden land.
$1,160 11)0 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
in lots of 40-acre tracts at $25 per
$10,600 075 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rher.
Will sell in tracts.
$1,375 51 acres, 4 miles of Salem. House,
barn and orchard. Ijirgespring
at tlio door. Good soil, and
plenty of timber.
S2.400. lJOacrcs, 5 miles of Salem; good
ruau; nun iui,nu,vu, o.v.
running through the place.
800.00 400 acres (4 miles west sido O &
C R R) good house, barn and
orchard, IX in cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pasture land.
SS0O .10 acres, 1 mile from Salem, ad-
Joining fair ground. Good land;
no inuro ements.
$1,200 40 acres, 5 miles Salem; all In
' cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. Excellent fruit
M0C3 .T70 acres, o miles rromuixujmj
j,vw ' .. ,,- ,., House.
barn, an'd small orchard; 150
acres In cultivation.
S9 77) Jl lots, with gooa iiuwtonnd barn,
5i,iju .... nim Deslmblo location.
wohnvnlwsldes this a large list of city
and farm property. Buyers would do well
to rail ami examine our holdings before
Opera Houte, Court St..
g.oQjf Salem. Or.
BLACKSMITIIIXG and HORSESHOEING.
n n nATTT 1
wcl73nf II If3
nir.iiiMLrii ir I y
ESwklng. spitting weak and to$Wt 'of the Jt lUverS"
roaring In the ears, more oi les '"JSJ? trtnta or heat "tibeDMtii thttt
paired, dullness or dlKlnesf of the n eoo. "T'you ye the CatarrU-l Pratu"
ense of smell T Is your breath foul T ir.yu
symptoms, others only apart, Pat-R-Cure
California oay -.aMntbrtb.reuit.
Lef cure U .
p captain ciXAnuvmW;:
Phmni. Trn. In.nrance lmp"7 '127Z. A friend l'T,..,..L(.iih in lu
troubled with Chronic Catarrh itor nyprdedJ,WYbt dWutln
mended your CallfornU CAT-U-CU" thneiuf,. SMb " tor eomefrUnde,
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
lOS STATE ST.. SALEM, OK
SNELL, HEITSHU &.W00DARD, WholesalrfDeool.
Dec. 24. Christmas tree, Unptlst
Dec. 24. Christmas entertainment,
M. E. Church.
Dec. 25. Christinas entertainment,
Dec. 25. Christmas program, Pres
Gslngto Mrrj 1am Vcm.Ynm Ynm.
Licenses to wet reroto-dny issued
to J. M. Morris and Eila Tycer; also
to F. It. Caspcll and Belle Jones.
This powder never varlas, A marvel ol
purity, strength nnd wholoMimcness. More
economical than tho ordinary kinds, nnd
cannot bo sold In competition with tho
multitudo of low test, Bhort wclglit alum or
fihoiphato powders. Sold only In cans.
tOVAI. 1IAKINO I'oWDKUCo., 100 Wall.N.Y.
lUISINllSS C VltD.1.
DR. J. M. KEENE, V. li. 8., DENTAL
nxiim over White Corner. Olllco hours
8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
ljIIYSICIAN. MRS. DR. M. 13. McCOY,
J physician nnd sm-geou, has liK'ated
and taKcn rooms Band 7 at Mrs. Sargennts
in the opera house. Chronic diseases a
specialty. Consultation free. 12-2idw.
DR. MASON, DENTIST, Suc
cessor to Dr. .T. C. Myrd.
Olllco over Dusli's Dunk.
-Wo aro selling-
If you want any thing in that line
"Vo will bo glad to see you
At our ofllce.
07 State St., - - - Salem.
Will list property at n fair price.
Firo Insuranco a specialty.
TI-IOJVT.AS & PAYNE
J. W. CRAWFORD,
STEAM AND WATER PIPES,
Stoves and Tin Ware, Koree and Lift
Tin, Copper and
Sheet Iron Ware!
tMiimhlnir nnd Oos Klttlnc. Roofing and
Spouting, uttended toon nhort imlUw.
261 Commefcial St., 5alwn,ur.
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
mh . Ilutilnn nltia VllflMl llirlllltUT
'UH,.nl,lrnnllll tldM duriUK
ibicroitelvU war. InUnly lntre.tjnj
ftceounui oi expiiiL u iwm. -m- r Z'
forlorn bope.. heroic bravery, I !;
mcou nd balr-bradth enaipw, rounll
Inetdenu, iand-to-wina nniwiw. ""'"'
ous nd trle erenU, perilous i
00 eliPer. Jrofuly llluUtl to the
me. No other book l .11 like u Att
nn..rnph.vmnf.<nWMf IfMU IMn
of funds nd freifhl prepaid.
nra t ww
JOH. ALBKHT, Anal, . .BUm,Orfaa
HAVE CONCLUDED TO STAY.
An Opportunity That Should Not Be
Lost Tu Consult the Famous
Through tho earnest solicitation
nnd request of their patients and
others to extend their visit in Salem
they have concluded to do so, and
can bo consulted at tho Chemekoto
hotel until further notice
During their practice hero in this
vicinity they met with great suc
cess, and proved themselves physl
cinns worthy of coulldenco and of
uncpiestlonablo reputation, as their
cures and testimonials can bo sub
stantiated by personal investigation.
That Drs. Darrin have eilcctcd
extraordinary cures after all cllorts
elsewhere have failed, is a fact sup
ported by tho strongest evidence.
Their cures, moreover, aro rapid and
permanent, as tho following testi
monials and letters will shew:
A PROMINENT LADY OP CORVALL1S,
on., rlcitih mm i:xpi:r-
IKNCIJ OK DR. DARRIN.
Du. Darrin Dear Sir: I wisli
to express my gratitude to you for
the wonderful results your electro
magnetic system of euro has dono in
my cabc Two years ago I was
stricken down with apoplexy.
Numbness and great pain In my
head and neck followed fora long
time; other allllctloiis caino thick
and fast. I had chills, liver and
stomach derangomontH.cauBlng vom
iting for weeks. In short, my
whole system was thoroughly per
meated with malarial poison, and
continued so until I had u second
stroke of paralysis. I rearing of you,
I put myself under your care, mid
now, after three months treatment,
I rejoice to tell you I am restored to
health, and can bo referred to at
Corvallls, Oregon. It tills will bo of
nny scrvlo" to you, publish It.
SIr.8. N. P. JlP.ICMIH.
ANOTHER OPKV LIHTKR.
SlIATTLK, W. T., 1888.
Dr.8. Dap.kin Gentlemen: I
now take tho pleasure of wilting
you that after a full course of your
elect ro-nmgnetlo treatment I am
now entirely cured of a pain In my
chest, which lias troubled mo for
over eight years. Having been un
der treatment of doctors of Liver
pool, Glasglow, Calcutta and Han
Francisco, none of them did mo any
good until I caino under your troat
munt, which I am sure has pur
nmii'jtitly cured me, for which, gen
tlemen, I beg to remain,
DIHCIIAItUINO KAIl OUKISI).
Dr. Darrin Dear Sir: Tills Is
to certify that I have boon under
your trontniont for a dleolmrgliig
ear, of ono your'H standing, and
been cured by you. Itefur to nio at
Tillamook, Or. Yours truly,
Al.i'RKD Lifl-ciiKit, Jowoler.
NKRVOUH IIKIIILITY AND DKAKNIWH
Mr. Editor Dear Sir: Itallords
mo a grout pleasure to certify that
my (luugliter Tullta, who for
a long time was nlllletod
by nervous dubllity, therosull of
a serious attack of malaria! fever,
followed by doafuoM and discharge
from tho our, mid who 1ms wuslcd
uwuy pructlcully to u shudow, bus
been fully restored to huulth and
strength by the skillful treatment of
Drs. Darrin. Those who sww her
two or three weeks ago aw ustonUh
edut bur rapid and complete re
covery. I ntn glad to have mi oj-
portuulty thus publicly to thank
these skillful physlolaus for their
kind onict-a and skillful treatment.
I may bo referred to nt No. 91, cor
ner Fifth mid Columbia streets,
Portland. Mrs. H. A. Woowbn.
OVKJCK HOURM AND PLACK OY
I)n. Darrlu cau le oiuulWnl free
at the Chwuokete HotttJ, rklm, Or.,
until further notice.
They will under no clrcutmUn
cm take a case they cannot cure or
benefit. Charge are rwuwuable,
and tho poor treated free from 0 to
10 n. in. dallv. Olllco hours from 10
to 4 dally; evenings, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All curablo
chronic diseases, loss of manhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rhoea, stricture, soormatorrhivn,
seminal weakness, or loss of desire
of sexual power In ninn or woman,
catarrh or deafness, aro confiden
tially nnd successfully treated.
Cures of private diseases guaranteed
mid never published in tho papers.
Circulars sent free. Most cases can
rvcelvo homo treatmont after a visit
to tho Doctor's ofllce.
News And Notes of a General In
terest to the Westerner.
A. Stlnlt. a real estate man well
known lu Northern Oregon, Is lying
nt death's door with lung fever at
Tho voters of Ashland to-day take
an informal vote on tho question
whether domestic animals shall bo
allowed to run at large.
Tho station agent at Lebanon
says tho recent accident tliero In
which Win. II. Watklns had two
ribs broken, was his own fault.
It has been estimated that tho loss
occasioned by the recent wrecking
of tho Ymiulnu Hay, near iaqulna
City, will equal, If not exceed, J2o0,-
Tho Eugene- papers lament that n
California gambler, who left there iv
few days ago alter a stay of two or
three months, beat tho Eugcno boys
out of about $7,000.
Her own newsnaners say It Is
time tho people of Pondletou wcro
wakening up to a surprising mid an
alarming fact, namely: That tho
town Is relatively going down hill.
Tho bonus of $100,000 required by
Nelson Dennett and others for tho
contemplated road from llelliiigham
bay to tho Skagit coal Held has been
raised by people of Whatcom and
Tho directors of Corvallls school
ordered tho call of a school meet
ing to levy u tux sulllclent to
ralso fOOOO which is to go toward
buying land mid erecting n school
It was related to tho Ilosoburg
Plalndealer by a friend who was re
liably Informed by onoof tho parties
'that mi exceedingly rich gold Icdgo
was struck In tho southern part of
Coos county u few days ago.
Two new cises of smallpox aro re
ported on tho Long Tom west of
Junction. Win. Darrow who was
excised by contuct with Prot Nail,
tho first patient, Is down with tho
smallpox as Is also A. Null, tho fath
er of Press.
The rough sea which Immediatoly
followed, and continued for several
days after the steamer Yuqulnu Jlay
stranded soon broke up and washed
away hor entire upper works. Klio
now lie pitched forward with hor
hows burled lu thesuiid and stripped
of every thing above ducks save her
spars mid funnel.
In lirr Wltk Ilia Hire.
"Wlmt win I do to regain my Inn.
lumiU I. vnV" u-rltim Mrs. Carrie It.
of Toronto. She adds that seven
years i,w she was married undor
the iiiimi happy auspices and until
six iroutliM since happiness crown
ed her domestic life; then her Inin
hum! bccH..iedlttuut In his manner
toward her, until now he Is positi
vely cold Mrs. It. gives no partic
ulars but If she Is uflllcted with dls
ohmm peculiar to her sex If her
cheeks huvo lost their bloom, and
her eyoH thulr sparkle It may explain
the cause of her complain. In this
event Dr. Pierce's Favorite preserii
tlon will cMfcct u mugloul change
mid restore her to health. As a w
erful Invigorating tonic, Dr. Pierce's
ruvonto rrescnpium iiapiw
strength to the whole system, mid
tu the womb and Its apendugeit, lu
particular. For overworked worn
out, run-down, debilitated teachers
...iilinnn. ilnaMinukurs. Heamsti'UMseH
ehop girls, houttekeojHirs, nursing
tiiotneni, anu ieouj women h0""-"'-
ly, "Favorite Proscription" U the
greatest possible boon, being un-
equaled an an appetizing cordial nnd
l SmoikU Hlit.
Genuine new buckwheat flour,
and a fine article of table syrup, at
the Orange (tore, 120 State vtreet,
Important Events of the Whole World
for Twenty-four Hours.
The Duty on Sugar.
Washington, Dec. 12. Repre
sentative Felton has secured a prom
ise from the senate tlnauco commit
tee to glvo tho California delegation
a hearing on tho reduction of tho
sugar tnrltl lu tho senate bill. Mr.
Felton proposes to present to tho
committee a statement of tho condi
tion of tho beet sugar Industry in
California. Ho will endeavor to
show that tho development of that
industry thus far proves conclusive
ly that the making of beet sugar
from Inlets will bo a great success In
Callfornln, and will bo ono of tho
great Industries of that state.
Ho will maintain that tho reduc
tion of tho tnrltl on sugar, as con
templated in the senatu bill, will
oheck and may destroy tho Infant
Industry of making sugar from
beets. It is probable that the entire
California delegation will appear be
fore tho committee and urge tho
same arguments and protest against
a reduction of tho duty on sugar.
Anntlipr Calilo l.lnti,
Oitawa Out., Dec. 11). It Is un
derstood that u company Is being
formed with a capital of about $--000,000
to undertake tho laying of a
telegraph cable from Hluno Sable, at
tho Straits of Dell Isle, to a point
on tho coast of Scotland or Ireland.
Tho Dominion Government, It Is
said, have received from a' London
company an oiler to lay a eablo from
Halifax to Sable Island for $100,000,
and It Is probable that tho necessary
grant of money to enable them to
accept tho oiler will bo asked for nt
tho coming session of Parllamont.
Washington, Dec. 111. Repre
sentative Urccklnbrldge, of Ken
tucky, has Introduced tho Joint reso
lution reported during the last con
gress by Representative Tucker
from the committee on Judiciary,
proposing mi auioiidmeut to tho
constitution defining polygamy, mid
making It unlawful within tho Juris
diction of tho United States or any
Turtiirnil t" Dnutli.
WlMTMlNHTRR, Md., Dee. 21.
Fanny Jones (colored) Is under ar
rest, charged with killing a four-year-old
child by Inhuman treat
ment. Tho child hud been left with
her by Its mother to Ikj taken euro
of, and sho tortured It to dentil.
Tho body was covered with Henm
and burns. Tho woman is accused
of having tortured other children.
IllCnraol CllllllllK Wl.
Pomona, Cal., Dec. 21. A letter
has been received hero by a brother-in-law
of Col. Robert Ingersoll or
dering a suite of four rooms to bo
engaged at tho Hotel Palomaro for
Ingorsoll, from January II until
ulxiut February 2fi. lie will spend
several mouths lu California tills
Itullroud street Is lighted by gaso
lene. Ed Honru has ids commodious
store about completed.
Tho railroad oarenterM have re
turned to complete tho new spun of
Torough Truss mid roof It.
The railroad depot platform has
been extended 200 feet.
Fifty Italian Iuborurs have passed
here of tho O. P. on their way to
Every boy will bo presented
with u ton and every girl with u
story book. Tills npplleu to nil
who muku purchase! nt ueorgu
F. Smith' creat Auotlou House
during tho Holidays. Ho sure uud
remember this. tf.
Buklea'i IriUt Stir.
The bent salve In the world foi
outa, bruises, torei, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever scree, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures plies, or
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 38 cents per box
Fox sale Dr. II, W. Cox.