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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY DECEMBER 27, 1SS8.
TTTANTKD A BOY TO WORK ON A
)1 fnrm. Address or call at Capital
Jornal office. dlwwl.
JR. J. M. KEENE, D. U.S., DENTAL
grooms over White Corner. Office hours
a.m. to5p. m.
PHYSICIAN. MRS. DR. M. E. McCOY.
physlclan and surgeon, has located
and taken rooms 0 and 7 at Mrs. Sargennts
In the opera house. Chronic diseases a
specialty. Consultation Ireo. 12-21dw.
DR. MASON, DENTIST, SUC
cessor to Dr. J. C. Byrd.
Office over Bush's Bank.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO,,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
TrtXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH!
Jjjlngton Ter. orCallfornla real estate. For
Information address us at either of the fol
lowing effices: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Mo.; Salem, Or.; Portland, Or. Salem office
nt Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
clly hall. Liberty street; Portland office In
the rooms of the State Immigration Board,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 173tf
C. H. Monroe,
Late of the Monroe House. " U
Monroe & Bell,
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From SI to S3 per day.
SALEM - - OREGON.
J- PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE
for butter, eggs und poultry. Also
avo a feed store, 2M Commercial street.
10-19-dlm W. L. YATEg.
SHEEP FOR SALE.
800 head of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, address
A. caro Capital Joubnaii office.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
MHS. M. E. tYIISON
Has a very flno stock of new millinery,
and Is prepared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In tho latest styles, Call and see her new
winter goods and styles.
275 Commercial street, Snlem.
For the treatment of all diseases of men
DBS. GILBERT & 1VEMP
u funirnnT nnnnnn
Meals, 25 cents; board, $3.50 per week.
Fresh milk, cream and oysters always on
219 Commercial St.
Real Estate Bargains.
81,600 1G0 acres, 0. miles from O A C de
pot. Good house, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and y In cul
tivation. 82,000 SO acres, 4 miles from Salem.
Good road to town. Improve
ments fair. Flno fruit land.
85,490 & acres 2i miles from Salem.
No bulldlugs. Splendid land,
all fenced. Make a desimblo
8200. 60 acres 4 miles from Salem. Im-
prUYCIIlCUia gUUU, uu jut...,,
orchard, and garden land.
$4,180 190 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, flnely watered, hell
In lots of 40-acre tracts at J23 per
"tit. .. e. .
.675 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rhcr.
Will BCll 1U nun.
S1.375- 51 acres, 4 miles of Salem. House,
nt tho door. Good soli, und
plenty of timber,
fiacres, 5 miles of Salem; good
road; well Improved; ttream
running through tho place.
400 acres (4 miles west side O A
C R R) good house, harnanjl
orchard, laO in cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pasture land.
,10acres,lmlle from Salem, ad
joining fair ground. Good land;
40 acres, 5 miles Salem; nil In
"cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. Excellent fruit
1 n n rl .
SI 000 370 acres, 0 miles from O AC RR;
barn, and small orchara; 150
acres in raiui"".
Medlcated vapor baths, oxygen inhala
tions, electro magnetism, .mtu'eawa;
sprays, etc. Office and sanitarium In tl le
Uank block. Consultation free. l(Wdw
Fire and Ma-
JOS. ALBERT. Agent, - Salem, Oregon
A good iron frame Horse rteT.aaa
tor all uses, from one to full enpne ity.
All for tho low price of :. fc irvine
cltlo Cider, Vinegar A Fruit l'r eserving
fvininanv'a nfflwi. Salem. Oregon.
iwnirrMtf "-.-' ''" """?
llots. wltti gooanuusoandbarn,
East saieiu. " .......
We havo besides this a largo list of city
BLACKSMITHS and HORSESHOEING.
2S8K. 312 and SH CommercIal 8t" 8alCm'
fill I r nni i "
,. hloh does not get bettw' Lu troubl" by
SAVEIYOU A COLD IX TU. ,n the nJJof the throat, ringing or
ceulve secretion of muc " fWU'iXrTosV of nell, Hnarylm
king. spitting. wek and inttonveae , , .bebwrlng.los. lUwroutaUU
n comIvc secretion or muc - j --w fwu'virnni lo of mell. ra
fcwklng. spitting, weak and "pent of ftf'wo I,Ble:
roaring In the ears, more" . J? d,dryneMr 'ifh.CBU rrD4tMBeba
palredTdullness or dlMlmonfoult l. yu baVe l
BensoofsmeHT I your breath foul t
symptoms, omereouu -- , rcit IX -.. -
California Oat ri , j.h.r-oH.
RestotheSsenleof UM. 1 gST K3OTS -'
Sended yonr CallfornU FT;ASr uiu lhr ffiMfitfunK (or forae &1"U,
"" d guaBAKTEED BY
0. W. MAHHEWS & COMPANY,
f t royal fAKvii 5
Thisnowrter never varies. A marvel ot
imrltv. Rlmnffth unci wbnlesonienehs. Mow
economical than tho ordinary Muds, nml
cannot be sold In romnetltlon with tho
multltudo of low test, short weight alum or
pnospnato powuers. fom imiy in rai
ItOYAi. Bakiso rowDKCo.,10JWall,NA.
HAVE CONCLUDED TO STAY.
An Opportunity That Should Not Be
Lost Tu Consult the Famous
I am prepared to sell you good
u'lxiHi -nn iM1 ttnTA fill iliR nilviinhiiroH
of SCHOOIiJ. CHUUCHEd.DAlYiV XlXlIi,
ond RAILROAD facllliles without being
overburdened with high taxes simply ror
the privilege of living ncaru town of a few
thoutand lnhabllnhts, A residence of Si
yeors'ou a farm in Oils vicinity gives mo a
Ul010llg.il KllOWlCUKU U VI1IB WUIUIj.
Two or More
Pcilrlng to locate near each oiher will And
It to their advantage to call on mo.
Conospoudcnco solicited nnd descriptive
list of farms for salo sent on npiillcnllon.
Jl. u. l-Ulill'.ll,
Real Fjtate Agent, Aumsvlllo, Marlon
-Wo are selling-
If you want any thing in that lino
Wo will bo glad to sco you
At our ofllce.
97 State St., - - - Salem.
"Will list property ut a fair prico.
Flro Insurance a specialty.
THOMAS & PAYNE
MONEY TO LOAN !
Wo have sevoral sunm of money to
Loan on good Real Estate.
Security for a series
Of years To-
ONE PURSE OF $1200 1
TWO PURSES OF $800 Enoli!
ONE PURSE OF M00!
Apply soon to
Willis & Clinmlierlin,
13-I;dwlm. Opera IIoHMi,(XMirt HI
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
The great eollwAlon of the mwl 'brtlllB t
PC r-nl dvntur- on both M"jj"
Ihe great civil wr. Iutuar lWfB
inu of expUHU r iwouu M f,
forlorn hii ho hrvT, iM2S:
InaKUnU. hnd-lo-lnd irtnMWb"J-
boMdUDM. UrtHWlBt Uf'itl. tl MM
Hie. o iHhr tok l ll lt- 'l8"
wnnUd. OnU4U evetjrtlilBg. j
TlmferprtB0,,,? wlU ,"or
of fundi nod frrtg ot prepfcW.
FLAJfET BOOK 00, Ko x M.
Through tho earnest solicitation
and request of their patients and
others to exteud their visit In Salem
they havo concluded to do so, and
can bo consulted at tho Chemekete
hotel until further notice.
During their practice hero In this
vicinity they met with great suc
cess, and proved themselves physi
cians worthy of confidence and of
unquestionable reputation, as their
cures and testimonials can bo sub
stantiated by personal Investigation.
That Dn?. Darrin have cll'ectcd
extraordinary cures after all efforts
elsewhere have failed, Is a faot Bup-
norted by the stroii-rest evidence.
Their cures, moreover, arc rapid and
permanent, as tho following testi
monials and letters win snew:
.V l'HOMINKNT LADY OF COUVAIiT.IS,
ok., hkcitis unit nxi-Kit-
H'.NCK OF l)lt. DARRIN.
Dn. nAiiiUN Dear Sir: I wish
to express my gratitude to you for
the wonderful results your electro
magnetic system of euro has done In
my ease. Two years ago l was
stricken down with apoplexy.
Numbness" and great pain In my
head and neck followed for a long
time; other allllctlons camo thick
nnd fust. I hud chills, liver and
stomach derangeinentH.causlng vom
iting for weeks. In sliort, my
whole svstcm was thoroughly per
meated with malarial poison, and
continued so until 1 had n secomi
stroke of paralysis. Hearing of you,
1 put myself under your care, and
now, nfter three months treatment,
I rejoice to tell you 1 am restored to
health, and can be referred to ut
Corvallls, Oregon. It this will bo of
any sorvli!" to you, publish It.
Mrs. N. P. llniaos.
ANOTIir.K OI'ISN I.KTTKH.
Si:atti,k, W. T., 1888.
Drs. Darrin Gentlemen: I
now tuko tho pleAsuro or writing
you that after a full courso of your
eleetro-magnetlo treatment I am
now entirely cured of u pain In my
chest, which has troubled mo for
over eight years. Having been un
der treatment of doctors of Liver
pool, Olasglow, Calcutta and San
Francisco, none of them did me any
good until I came under your treat
ment, which I am sure has per
manently cured me, for which, gen
tlemen, I beg to remain,
IMHOIIAIIUINO KAIt CUHKI).
, I)ii. Darrin Dear Sir: This is
to certify that I have been under
your treatment for a discharging
ear, of ono year's standing, and
boon cured by you. Refer to mo at
Tillamook, Or. Yours truly,
Ai.HitiH) Lhtchkh, Jeweler.
NIIHVOU8 DKllIMTY AM UKAH.N'HHB
Mu. Editor DeurSIr: Itadords
mo a groat pleasure to certify that
my daughter Tulltu, who for
a long tlmo was atlllcted
by nervous debility, tho result of
a serious attack of muliirlal fever,
followed by deafness and discharge
from tho oar, and who has wasted
away pruotlcully to u shadow, has
been fully restored to lietiHU nml
strength by tho skillful treatment of
Dm. Darrin. Thoo who saw hur
two or three weeks ago aro ntoiUh-
1 at her rapid and complete re
covery. I am glod Ut have an oj-
portuulty thus publlely to tnaiik
these skillful physicians for their
kind olllees and skillful treatment.
I may tw referred to at No. W. cor
iter Fifth und Columbia street ,
Portland. Miw. B. A. Woodbn.
Officii Houiw ANI VtAVK OF
Drs. Dsrrln can be consulted trw
at the Chwnekete Hotel, Slem, Or.,
until further notice.
They will uudsr no circumstan
ces take r case they cannot euro or
benefit. Cbargwi are rwuwuablc,
and the poor treated free from 9 to
10 a. m. dnllv. Ottlco hours from li)
to 4 dally; evenings, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All curablo
chronic diseases, loss of manhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor-
rho-n, stricture, snermatorrnwa,
scmlnnl weakness, or loss of ileslro
of sexual iowerlu man or woman,
catarrh or deafness, aro confiden
tially and successfully treated.
Cures of private diseases guaranteed
and never published in tno papers.
Circulars sent free. Most cases can
recelvo homo treatment nfter n visit
to tho Doctor's otllcc.
Important Events or ihe Whole World
for Twenty-four Hours.
A lliilil llntl Stun.
A1.11ANY, Or., Dee. 1M. Lewis
Taylor was arrested tiMlav and In
carcerated In Jail to answer a charge
of threatening to shoot several peo
ple Ho was intoxicated and had
been parading up and down tno
street ntnicd with n revolver. About
dusk ho began thing Into houses
und crowds on tho streets promis
cuously, but fortunately hit no ono.
When arrested ho refused to bo
taken and tried to kill tho oMccr,
who knocked him down with his
club, and with the lusslsianco of by
standers ho was taken oil to jnu.
Ho presouted a very bloody nppear
uncoand when placed behind tho
bars Htlll sworo vengeanco on his
captors, and said when ho was re
leased ho would annihilate them.
The Iniiiiittirul Coremoulea.
Washington, Dee. lid. Quariers
havo been engaged at tho Arlington
hotel for don. Harrison und party
hero to witness tho Inaugural cere
monies next March. In accordance
with tho precedent established by
Andrew Jackson and observed by
every president but two since that
time, President Cleveland will call
for President-Elect Harrison nt
Wlllard's and es-jort him to tho
A 1'olj-KHliiUt 1'uriloneil,
Washinoton, Dee. SSI. Tho
president has granted a pardon to
llishop A. A. Kimball, convicted In
tho llrst district court of Utah of
adultery and 'sentenced to eight
months Imprisonment. Tho presi
dent's action Is based upon tno rep
resentation that tho prisoner Is In
advanced stages of consumption and
would not survive in his present
Cuimilluu Clirup Luliur,
Dktihht, Dec. 20. Congressman
Ford, chairman of tho special com
mittee on Immigration and labor,
Deean an Investigation. Tho ovl-
denco showed that largo numlKirs of
Canadians worked In this city
during the day, retaining tho alien
character. This amounted In tho
printer's trade to 40 per cent, anil
among street ear men to 'Si percent.
I'lrril liy Nulernt Oua.
Nkw CtMiii'.iii.AND, W.Va.,Deo.
20. Flro orlulimtinir rom a natural
gas Jet destroyed Waxcoit's drug and
Jewehy store togolher with I'rosser's
Jeweliy store and barber shop, four
dwellings ami several oilier nuini-
lnjfs. Tue river out oil tho lire from
tho rent of the town, ami was It
TliHt Train llulibxry.
TitUCKHK, Dec. 20. No traces of
the train robbeis Is reported, al
though tho country Is being scoured
In all directions. It Is believed the
roblHirs iKHirded some train and aro
safely out of reach. Wells, 1'argo
& Co.'s representatives here report
the loss at fflO.OOO.
IlAiriMOHK, Dec. 20.-Hldney K.
MuM r.,inilili(!un candidate for con
gressman in the tlfth Maryland dis
trict, has notified the committee that
hewllloontesthls seal in congress
on theuroundsof intimidation and
INHO.v, Dec SJ.-At Rolton u
wrt of the common .ojmratlvw ure
on a strike. The masters threaten
a Ban"1 lockout. A prolonged
struggle is expected, as the opera
tive are welt supplied with money.
Madhid, Dec. 20. A bomb ex
ploded last evening In frout of tho
residence of Sllvela, a eonservatlvo
member of tho chamber of deputies.
No damage was done.
Tho srlillll llc War,
St. Louis. Dec. 20. Tho latest ml-
vlco from Wahalak, Miss., thoscono
of the race troubles, aro to tho eflect
that tbreo inoro ncnrtHs havo been
captured, but their names aro with
DentructUe Snow Slornu
Tkuckki:, Dee. 20. Tho heavy
snow storm ingliigon tho mountains
In partloulary disastrous to tho leo
crop. Men are engaged In scraping
tho poiuN. trying to keep tho snow
from destroying tho Ice.
Nkw Om.KANS, Dkc. 25. Tho
steamboat John 11. llanna, from
Ouachita river, with a largo number
of passengers, was burned lust night
at Pltinueinlno, La. It Is stated
that of 100 persons on board, only 14
nr known to havo been saved. Tho
J. II. llanna was built In Madison,
Ky.; she was of !t"7 tonnage, and was
owned by the Ouachita River Con
solidated II mo. Sho was valued at
$18,000, and was insured for $12,000
in local and foreign companies.
St Paul, Minn., Dec. 20. This
has proved tho most remarkable
winter day In Mlnnohotn history,
llofbro Hiinrlso on thoiStrd, tho ther
mometer registered fifty tlegrees
abovo zero, and at noon fifty-eight.
Tho slgnal-servlco observer reports
this as showing tho warmest Dec
ember day over known here. There
Is not a particle of snow on tho
ground, and tho leo Is running in
Tho Ico Carnival directors aro In
Kalamazoo, Mloli., Dee. 20. At
Comstoek, Monday, Dennis Car-
mlchael, a woll-known eltlon, drop
ped dead and his body was Interred.
It was noticed that his countenanco
wore a lifelike expression, and nfter
tho funeial tho fact became tno
gossip of tho street. Tho rumors
reached tho mother and brother of
Carmlchiuil and aroused their fears
that ho had been buried alive. They
cuuscd tho body to bo exhumed and
ellorts were made to resuscitate liltn.
Tho work was continued soven-l
days without success. Tho same
lifelike expression of tho face which
led to tho disinterment of tho body
remained, however, though tho
doctors pronounced tho man dead.
The relatives will not yet consent to
And Notes of a flcncrul
tert'Ht to the Westerner.
Tho people of Corvallls aro afraid
there will bo a riot there over 4hu
non-payment of railroad laborers
who were working for Jacobs Jc
Neugass who failed.
Messrs. O'Connor A Rarr havo
completed their contract on tho Ore
gon Paclllo. They havo received
their full payment from tho Oregon
Paolflo and have paid oil all their
Tho granting by congress of tho
rl'lit of way to tho Astoria nnd
South Coast railway company to
build u bridge over youngs river,
wnsaiiotherblgstepln tho prelim
inary work of tho road.
Alblna seems dlsjiosod to resist
the ellorts that will bo inude at tho
meeting of tho legislature to annex
tho eliv to Portland. Last summer
several meetings wero held to obtain
the views of the people on tho mat
ter and the annexation proioltloii
was rejected by a pretty largo vote.
Block Inspector Gray of Crook
county reports tttf.OOO sheep in that
county, and of which number 48,
C00 were diseased with "scab." A.
Isreo number havo beon treated
since reported, and It Is behoved,
cured. Mr. uruy reports tho snecp
throughout tho county generally
In good condition otherwise, and
the owners fairly well supplied with
feed for the winter, except in tho
neighborhood of llrldge creek, whero
if hard weather prevulls there will
UC COUSlUBf BUIO lusa.