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SALEM, OR., FRIDAY DECEMBER 2S, 1SSS.
WANTKD-A BOX; TO WORK ON A
form'. Ar1i1mMfWAe.lt o. roIi-V1
TnilWAT. OfflpO. " '"'.IW...,
Uv.. u.t, ni,
JR. J. M. KEENE, D. i). S., DENTAL
grooms over WhUo Comer. Offlco hours
a. m. to 5 p.m.
PUYSICIAN,-MR,DU. M, E. McQOY.
I nhvalclnn and! Bureron. hns rZiZi
and taken rooms a and 7 at Mrs. hianrennt
in ine opera nonae. unronlc diseases a
specialty. Consultation free, LMldw.
I AS0N, DENTIST, SUC
tjfljjjfr Jto Dr. J. C. Byrd.
Office over Bosh's Bank.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
T71XCTIANUED FOR OREGON, WASH"
Pjlngton Ter.orCallfornla real estate. For
information address us at either of tho fol
lowing effices: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
JIo; Snlcm, Or.; Portland, Or. Bnlem office
nt Bellinger's machinery depot, near tho
dly. hall, Liberty Street; Portland office In
the rooms of the Btnto Immigration Board,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 173tf
T PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRIOE
I for butter, eges' imd poultry. Also
have a feed store, 2H Commercial M fct,
10-19-dlm W.L. YATEs.
G II. Moxkoe, j nv ttt
Lute of the llonroe House.' ' U
Monroe & Bell,
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From to $3 per day.
SALEM - - OREGON.
Meals, 25 cents; board, $150 per week.
Fresh milk, cream and oysters always On
219 Commercial St.
This powder never varlei, A mnrvel ot
purity, strength and wholesomcness. Mora
economical than the ordinary kinds, unci
cannot bo sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only In cans,
KOYAL UAKIMQ PoWBKltCO.. 11X1 Wnll.N.Y.
SHEEP FOR SALE.
300 head of stock sheep for sale.
For prices ami particulars, address
A. care Capital Journal oillce.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
MRS. ai. E. WILSON
Has a very fine stock of new millinery,
and is prepared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In the latest styles, Call and sco her new
winter guods and styles.
275 Commercial street,
For the treatment of all diseases of men
DBS. GILBERT & WEMP
Medicated vapor bntlis, oxygen Inhala
tions, electro mugnetism, medicated
sprays, etc. Offlco and sanitarium In tlie
Hanic block. Consultation free. lWdw
Fire and Marine.
JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - Salem, Oregon
A good Iron frame Horse Power. Good
tor all uses, from one to full Wclt,.
All for tho low price of JTO. Call ut the Pa
cltlo Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
nil tm jlttjk. Ti.nmrjiTM i ' wait u-toi n
Heal Estate Bargains.
81,000 100 acres, 8, miles from O & C de
pot. Good house, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and In cul
tivation. $2,00080 ncres, 4 miles from Salem.
Good road to town. Improve
ments fair. Fine fruit land.
$5,490 8! acres 2M miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
all fenced. Jlnko a desirable
82,500 00 acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. Fine young
uruiuru, uuu kuiuih kimu.
M.180 190 acres. 7 miles from Salem.
Aim mim, iiuuij wiuiilui 7vu
In lots of 40-acre tracts at $S per
510,800 673 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
rji,-eiiL-ui. g.n wuu nun uiiii
ndjoinlng Willamette rl?er.
in bun 111 iiutws.
$1,375- 51 ncres, -1 miles of Salem. House,
nt tho door. Good toll, and
$2,400 IJOacres, 5 miles of Salem: good
ruuu; wtu ihii'.u.-v, Dttwun
500.00 400 ncres (4 miles uestBldoOA
orchard, 1J0 In cultivation, bal
ance oak cnib pasture land.
5300 10 acres, 1 mile from Salem, ad-
no lmwtn cments.
jl.200 40 acres, 3 mile Salem; an m
school house. .Excellent fruit
St 000 370 acres, 6 mile from O & C R II;
barn, and small orchard; 150
ncres In cultivation.
(W7V) "lots, with gooanouiennd barn,
J2..50. ga, Dcslrabto location.'
We have besides this a large lUt gf city
nnrt farm nroperty. Buyer would do w ell
KunPdeSt our holding, before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLIN,
Opera House, Court St.,
O-SOtf Salem. Or.
BLACKSMITHIXG and HORSESHOEING.
-SSV 312 and 314 Commercial 8L, Salem.
I am prepared to sell you good
Whcro you will havo nil tho advantages
of SCHOOLS, CHUllCUEa, DAILY MAIIj,
and RAILROAD facilities without being
overburdened with high taxes simply for
tho privilege of living neara town of a few
thousand Inhabitants. A residence of &i
years on a farm In this vicinity gives mo n
thorough knowledge of this country.
Two or More Families
Desiring to locate near each other will find
It to their ndvantagn to call on me.
Correspondence solicited nnd descriptive
list of farms for inlo sent on application.
H. C. POKTKH,
Real Estate Agent, Aunmlltc, Marlon
-Wo are selling-
REAL ESTATE !
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
If you want any thing In that lino
We will Ihj glad to seo you
At our ofllce.
97 Suite St., - Salem.
"Will list property at n fair .prlw.
Fire Insurance a specialty.
THOMAS & PAYNE
-l, aNG-cr,.4 . va " i
Sn! f.r ciIur.l.MiHiiJferJi'
lAnirTinir urntriontinr flL.i
I rtir TV
iiisww .T- - ... -..A.inn ami a niM-
the nlMwffre to Infoi
meeting wlt IW.
., u the plMwnre in Iflrnrm
HaVe you thstyour Ireirtttlpu are
Mnthmff but Praise ivm
"StreuUrssent free.conUlninf .
AVn orTARANTEED B.
fli Mfc MATTHEWS & GJPANY,
. . Or CS A.T.T5M. OR
iMONEY TO LOAN
Wo havo several buiiih of iiinuuy to
Loan on good Htnl Kstatc
Security for a wtrios
Of y win To-
ONE PURSE OF 1200 !
ONE rUKSE OF $1000 !
TWO PUH8E8 OF $800 KachI
ONE PURSK OF WOO!
Appljr soon to
Willis & "Cliamberlin.
12-1; dwlm, OperHnue, Court HI
! HAVE CONCLUDED TO STAY.
An Opportunity That Should Not Bo
Lost To Consult the Famous
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE& GRAY.
The grant cnlloeUon of tu 8Wt tbiilllng
isuU hjJ fialr-bfi
xploKs nt JKOUM pni Ple
SriitroK brnrery, lmpno
ial-bfWHJU. n.v, rouMrit
IuUmIi. had-toh.MJ flrasilM., Muter-
ousaad mg1efrt!aU. perwu JAurstys.
SuTSm' book Mall u
uaunii t7 dis-
, AgVflN. .HMfl
Tim far uayintat ,
of funds pd frttf bl 1
-- -.t z . ..
Through the earnest solicitation
and req'uest of tht'Ir patients and
othrrs to extend their visit In Salem
tliey have concluded to do bo, and
can bo consulted at tho Cliemckoto
hotel until further notleo.
During their pntctleo hero. In this
vicinity thoy met with great, suc
cess, and proved themselves physi
cians worthy of confldenco and of
unquestlonablo reputation, as, their,
cures and testimonials can bo sub
stantiatcd by personal Investigation.
That Drs, Darrlu havo ellectcd
extraordinary cures after all cllbrts
olsewhero havo failed, Is a faot sup-
ported by tho strongest evidence.
Their cures, moreover, are rapid and
permanent, aa tho following testi
monials and letters will shew:
A PROMINBNTfcLAnY OF COUVALL1S,
OR., RKCITKS ltr.Il 1.XPEK
IKNCK OHlR. DARRIN.
Dr. Darrin Dear Sir: I wish
to express mygnttitudo to you for
tho womlcrful,rc8Ulta your electro
magnetic system of euro has done In
my cane. Two yenrn ago I was
stricken down with apoplexy.
Numbness nnd great pain in my
head and neck followed for a long
time; other allllctlous camu thick
and fast. I had chills, liver and
stomach dcrangements.causlng vom
iting for weeks. In short, my
whole system was thoroughly jwr-
nicated with malarial poison, and
continued so until 1 hud a hccoiuI
stroke of paralysis. Hearing of you,
I put myself under your caror and
now, after threo months treatment,
T rejoice to tell you I am restored to
health, and can bo referred to at
Corvallls, Oregon. It this will bo of
any service to you, publish It.
Mfis. N. P. Riiirjas.
ANOTIIKR OPHN LHTTKll.
SiTTia:, W. T., 188S.
Dns. Dauhin CJeutlcmcn: I
now tako tho ple.wuro of writing
you that after a full cotirso of your
elcctrortnaguctlo treutmeut I am
now entirely cured of.iv jmln In my
chest, which has troubled mo for
over olght years. Having been un
der treatment of doctors of Liver
pool, Olasglow, Calcutta and Sun
Francisco, none of them did mo any
good until I cuino under your treat
ment, which I u uru has per
manently cured me, for which, gen
tlemen, I lwg to remain,
DIHCHAllOINd RAR CUIIHI).
Dr. Dahrin Dear Sir: This Is
to certify that I havo been under
your treatment for a discharging
earr of ono year's standing, and
been cured by you. Refer to mo at
Tillamook, Or. Yours truly,
Alkjiki) Lktciikh, Jeweler.
NKRVOUH IIKIIII.ITY AND DKAFNHHH
Mr. Kditor Dear Sir: Itnllords
mo a great pleasure to certify that
my daughter Tullta, who for
u long time was allllotwl
by nervous debility, tho result of
a serious attack of malarial hvor,
followed by dwifngw uud discharge
from tho car, and who 1ms wasted
away practically to a shadow, how
Utfii , fully restored to health aud
utreugth by thekltl(ul trwituiunt of
Dm. Darrin. Tliono who mw her
two or threo week ngparo Mtoiilih
ejnt her rpll, anjj, pojuplvte re
covery. IrAtUKlaUto liflvc an ojir
xrtuulty tliu publlely to tlmnk
thuo skillful phvrialunif for their
U;tidoflU,-ittiid fckjlJful tratuiuijU
I maybrffrtd.totit No, 04rwr
tier Fifth nnd Columbia NtrceU.
Portland. MUH.H.A. Woodbx.
Oryioe Ilouiui amd Plack oyj
Dm. Darrin can be consulted fre,
at the Chomejqrt Jfot.BAliP, ,Qp,
They wiUti cuter no etruuntaUo
em take &cm tbev 4ainnot euro or
Ueegl. Chtgm are nwaeaalf
and tho ipor treated freo from o; to
10 a. m. dailv. Oflleq hours from 10.
to 4 dally; ovenlngs, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All curable,
chronic diseases, loss of manhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rhoea, stricture, Hnenuntorrhcvn,
seminal weakneas, or loss of (Jeslro
of sexual, power In ipan or womau,
catarrh or deafness, aro confiden
tially and successfully treated.
Cures of prlvato tjlscases guaranteed
and never piblishc,d In tho papers.
Circulars sent free. Most cases can
recelv.o homo .treatment after a visit
to tho Doctor's office.
And Notes of a General
forest to the Westerner.
Tho trouble at Corvallls oyer tho
failure of Jacob p Ncugass las
been settled by thu Oregou Paclllu
paying tho men their claims In full.
Thq Albany sawmills, which have,
been 1 lug idle fqrtho past eighteen
tnputha .on, account of thu scarcity of
logs, will start up again soon after
tho first of tho year,
Mr. Janeway, father of tho Splcer
agent who helped himself to hoiuu
registered letters, has stiedi Jus, M.
liolston, who had him arrested for
perjury, for,f),0()0 damages.
Salem told tho vrtith about tho
coses of smallpox thoy had and Is
certainly rewarded for It now by
being freo from tho loathsomo dis
ease. Monmouth Obwrver.
Over twenty now houses aro be
ing built on tho lino of railway be
tweon East Port'and and Van
couver. They havo all been com
menced within the nrcout month,
Tho Standard Oil company Is a
glgautlu monopoly aud business en
terprise that Is continually looking
out for now territory. Its latest
movols to purchase property In Al
bany, Eugene. Roseburg and Med
ford and build small warehouses for
tho storage of oil.
I). M. Manteth, who was recently
appointed commissioner for Oregon
at the French National Exposition
by Ooyernor Pcnnoyor, will soon
leave for Franco. IlolulonJs to)iuyo
an exhibit of the fruit, grain, grass
and mineral of Oregou at the exhi
bition, which will bo creditable to
to the state.
Tho failure of Jacob it Ncuguss
will not, afl'eut.Seurl it Dean, who,
after pjiylnK their obligations wll
niuko upwards off. '10,000 out of their
contract. Their work Js going on us
usual. Their contract of 1ft miles,
which extends us fareast as Hrelglit
enbtiHh, will bo completed In an
Tillamook, county pays tho small
est tax, $11212.012, yet lu proportion
to the wealth of the county, It Is
much more than Multnomah and
Marlon counties pay, which particu
larly hou.'u to be trying to see how
small taxen thoy ouu pay. Every
Rogue river was so cilled Ihhmiuso
of tho wlckednes of thu Indltns of
that part of the country who, vlion
the caravamt of tho Hudson Ray
company were on their way to and
from Culifornla, often attacked them,
htwillng luuloti aud goods, and kill
ing men and mules.
John Days river was named after
John Day, a Vlrglulau aud noted
hunter of Axtor's expedition, who
came across tho cout'neutln 181011,
JJoforo ho reached Astoria ho mir
rored terribly from starvation and
was found in a starving condition
Hear the mouth of that river. lie,
subsequently beruiuj duraugitd apd
died hi Astoria.
An old pliyilet!!, retired (mm jimsltcfl
having hud plueed In hl hand bf an Kitst
IndU iiiluloimry the formulm fur slUJ.
!l ytTO-taMn rm-ly for ilia !) ,nd
rf-rntuHtsiieureof Conurnp,loi), ll.nnehl
l.(urrU. Asthma, nd nil tbriMt and
ungAirrr.'iins alwiapmlllts and radienl
fun hn Wt -ruin lublllty and all K.rrotui
ioHjjfllpi, fir ImivIuk uimI lu wonder-inl-wrunvepuwrnln
thoutands Ot can
i fetlHIilidmy lomnko It known u
UHiOVrtng fellows. A-tuld by this
nntlva nnd a delta to relieve human SUf-
(ring, I will Md tttm of charge, to all who
delro It, tuUrxliil la rinan, Kf.neh
uil qitouou wr pfopai.
r maunr aatewinir
ptianttWi sH i
or iifif Uih with fu
lajraWJisiBg. fwnlpjr i
Va the bill creatluir Dixir-t
mnt of Agriculture, gvutlcsueti of
Inporlant Kvcnls of itio Wholo WorR
for TYtnlyfour Hpurs.
Thn Wrecked Ynqiitna ltay.
San Franciscx). Dec. 27. Gen
eral Manager Hoag, pf tho Oregon
Pacific railroad, left to-night for
Corvallls again. Ho states that tho
steamer Yamilnn Ray, that went
ashore at Ynqulnn bay, has not
been abandoned in tho full senso of
the term. AJtliqugU alio Is nqw upj
tier chargo of tho underwriters, It
does not release or prevent him
frqm exerting an effort to raise her,
Whltelaw, tho wrcckor, with some
of his best men, also left for Yaqnl
nathls ovonlng. Mr.Hoag states that
they will make another effort to
raise tho hulk of tho Yaquhm Ray,
and If successful, tho steamer will
bo solidly repaired, mado into aconi
naratlvely now steamer, and put on
the lino again between Ynqulnu
and San Francisco.
Meet mill 8hot.
Ivansah City, Dec. 20. Last
night's slwit and snow mado havoc
among tho wires. The telegraph
companies escaped with tho mmaj
lunbarnussnient, delay, and rouHdat
bput service. Tho electric light coin
pany's lifw Is $1,000, aud tio rail
roads sullur temporary luoonvo
ulences, Tho heaviest loser Is tho
telephone, company, which esti
mates l(s loss it $20,000. To-night
It Is growing colder and tho snow
fall has ceased.
r.lnelrlvlly from Ooiil.
Akron, Ohio Dee. 27. Thmnna
Edison says ho Is now working on
an Invention whereby electricity
would Ijo produced direct from coal
dispensing entirely with hollers,
engines, dynamos, etc., now re
quired. Resides, ho says, It will use
nearly tho entire boat of coal In
stead of only about 5 per cent., oh Is
dono by tho present system of burn
lg. A Tlrp Around tlm World.
Lonjion, Di:c, 27, An English
postal card, which was mailed In
October to Hong Kong, by tho way
of tho United States and Yokohama,
reuched Hong Kong Nov, 23d, and
was directed, to London, by thu way
of Rrlndlsl, Nov. 25th, and reached
Its original owner Mouday morn
ing within 75 days. Tho postage on
the card was only 3 half pennies.
Tho Cnt Will tin Opened.
Pajuh, Dko. 27. Ini meeting to
day of -1,000 bondholder of the Pall
ium v Canal Company resolutions
wore unanimously adopted express
ing contldenco lu DuLcssopH and
voting for, the payment of interest
on coupons uud the redemption of
IhhuIs until tho canal In opoued foe
Ilt-ml or War,
SiMKiM, Dec. 27, Osman Dlgna
Is sending away all tho women ami
chl'tbuii. It ts believed that he Is
preparing to retreat to tho Nile, and
Is not desirous of again giving bat
HIilppliiK Orungn-i tu Orwiil.
MAitYHViLLft Cal., Dec. 27. Tle
Shutter Fruit, t.'. Intend to send
oranges to Qrugou. A largo ship
ment went north to-day.
A lady K'idi-ijf at Wet. Nyaclc, K. Y.
ultlin- to liive mado hi Imporlint JUcotr.
eiy, She put tho c lea in of lateral day't
luilklnc of a pet Jeriay cow m a llilok
cloth, on day l"t lutnmer, i It wi too
warm (o chum, plased the bij; in the
grouud lu eool place, ami threw a ahov
elfull of earth oo it, ao tho oat could not
Cet it. The nrit day iha found the
eaeam had turned to a great lumKf yel
low buttr, and all ike bad to do wal to
alt-and ,inaik It, The butUimllk had
votiidy Hlaappaatedr and there was about
a third mora butter than ii utually obtain.
c4 by ehurnloK. Sh dots not know
whatber die wil hat' paculiar chemical
proptrUca or not, but, the clalmt tbtr
ner fada, auditbo wuba othen to.x
penmenU Ai aba U modiit tha Neat.
Yoik Herald withhold hat name.
A Udy, litllnit In, th uip box of an,,
opaiafiouaa w(tb a Vrtpeh phytlelan, wa
-attcb toubled wth euoul, and bppd.
(o gap. "Kxeuia ma, ma'am," aald.a,
doetrt "I am glad you did. notwaljoar,
faa." "Gl yoaiaalf no anaatlneai" aajd
ht lady, "I am a Jew", and ptr a