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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1S8S.
Real Estate Bargains.
Jl.GOO m.100 acres, 01 miles from O & 0 de
pot. Good house, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and Kin cul
$2,000 SO acres, 4 miles from Salem.
Good road, to town. Improve
ments fair. Fine fruit land.
$5,490 85 acres 2) miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
nil fenced. Make a desirable
$2,500 60 acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. Fine young
orchard, and garden land.
$1,180 190 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
' Hill Jiind, finely watered. Sell
In lots of 40-acre tracts at $25 per
S10,$OOL 675 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rlier.
w in sou in iracis.
$1,375.. 51 acres, 4 miles of Salem. House,
barn and orchard. Large spring
at tho door. Good soil, and
pieniy oi umDer.
$2,400 120ncres, 6 miles of Salem; good
road; well Impreved: stream
running through tho place.
$00,00 400 acres (4 miles west side 0 A
O n It) good house, barn and
orchard, 120 In cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pasture land.
5300 10 acres, 1 mile from Salem, ad
Joining fair ground. Good land;
$1 200. 40 acres. Q miles Balem; all In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. JExccllent fruit
$1,000 370 acres, 0 miles from O & C It R;
all fenced; well watered. House,
barn, and small orchard; 150
acres In cultivation.
$2,750 3 lots, with gpoauouMB and barn,
East Salem. Desirable location.
We have besides this a large list of city
and farm property. Buyers would do well
to call and examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CHABIBEItLIN,
Opera House, Court St..
9-2Stf Salem. Or.
REEDS OPERA HOUSE.
Veek and Saturday J
One Week and Saturday Matinee,
E. D. HAWKINS'
I am prepared to sell you good
I AW PR
II Ml rn
Where you wl)l have all tho advantages
of SCHOOLS, CHURCHES.DAILYMAIL,
and RAILROAD facilities without being
overburdened with high taxes simply for
the privilege of living near a town of a few
thousand Inhabitants. A residence of 88
years on a farm in this vicinity gives me a
thorough knowledge of this country.
Two or More Families
Desiring to locate near each other will find
it to their advantage to call on me.
Correspondence solicited and descriptive
list of farms for bale sent on application.
H. C. TORTER,
Real Estate Agent, Aumsvllle, Marion
We aro selling
W119 Repertoire consisting of
the latest drama and country suc
cess with a change of bill
10, 20 and 30c. No Higher.
Reserved seats now on sale at Patton's
Change in Business! !
January 1st,' ' - - 1889,
Wo will make
1 Change in Business !
Until that time we shall oJIcr our
Entire Stock for CASH at
BEAT Our Own RECORD
FOR LOW PRICES.
That is Saying
A Good Deal in
So Short a Space.
And get the benefit.
Forstner, Tiffany & Co.
297 Commercial St.. Salem, Or.
If you want any thing In that line
Wo will be glad to see you
At our office.
07 State St., - - - Salem.
Will list property at a fair price.
Firo Insurance a specialty.
THOMAS & PAYNE
Money to loan!
We have several sums of money to
Loan on good Ileal Estate.
Security for a scries
Of years To-
ONE PURSE OF $1200 !
one ruusis u siw
TWO PURSES OF $300 Each!
ONE PURSE OF $400!
Apply soon to
Willis & Chnmherlin,
13-l;dwlm. Opera House, Court i
HUGHES, BELLGER fc CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
we-roomof UjoSut Jmmipu TStf
A MAN OF
TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE,
And suppUed with only
First Class Gpods
G. C. H0GAN.
State Insurance Co's. block, Salem
J. W. CRAWFORD,
STEAM AND WATER PIPKS,
Stove and Tin Ware, Force and Lift
Tin. Copper and
ii"j rr Gilo0f Trnn Ware!
. , .rMfliu Pitting, Roofing and
261 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
BLACKSMnniNG tU HOHSBBOFKIL
2)i ?, M
1 BL, Balem.
TUB CAPITOL 6FBE I10USB
v tat. 7
This rxMvtler never vnrlea. A marvel ol
purity, Rtrencth nnd wholosomencm. More
economical than tbo ordinary "timid, anil
cannot bo sold In competition Wth ttio
multltudo of low test, short vlclit nlutti or
puaspunio jxnvcicrs. io oniy in onus,
ltOYAL IUKINO 1)VDKI!L'0.,HW Wnll.N.Y,
rvlt. J. M. KKENE. I). 1). S , DENTAIi
17 rooms cnor wntto uorucr. umce nours
Slum, to 5 p.m.
nmillnl l Xt fltU fl A. I. MnWIV
I physlclnn nnd 8iin?eon, 1ms located
and taken rooms (I and 7 nt Mn. Sarxcnnts
In tho opcm liousc. Chronic diseases a
specialty, uonsuuniion inf. j.-.unv.
DR. MASON, DENTIST, SU0
cessor to Dr. J. C. Byrd.
Oflice over Bush's Bank.
WANTKD-A 110Y TO WORK ON A
farm. Address or call at Cai-itai.
ESTA11L1.SHKD BY NATIONAL AUTIIOIIITY
TheCapital National Bank
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capilal Paid up, ... - $75,000
Surplus, ...-- 10,000
It. S. WALLACi:, President.
W. W. MARTIN, Vice-President.
J. H. ALUEUT, r ' ' Cushler.
W. T. Oruy, V W. Martin,
I. M. Martin, R. 8. Wallace.
Dr. V. A.Cuslck, J. II. Allert,
T. McH. 11111011.
To farmer on wheat and oilier market-
aoieproauce, ciiiiiiKiiru urui.w,p,
either In private jcnmnrles or
Stale id County WarmoU Bought at Par.
ni iA m H.tnnnM. rnfMi TlrnriH
drawn dlrctt.on New York, ChlcsKn, Hun
H.TinclJico, Portland, Iindun, l'urlii.lkrlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
. . PrMldent.
warfauu bourUU Harmeni are o?fdlary
InvUeS to dpoH nd tnncl bu.fD
with u7 Literal advanew
wheat, wool, bop nnd other pniwrUrM
cSrity can be obuliwd t tha bank In
moat reliable companlea.
MILLIXERY AXD PAXCT 000US.
MIW. M. K. WILSOM
Ilaaa ery JU uk rf bjw V.iUlBr,
and I prepiMeAto aa
Triraffliag v?A I)ressakiug
IB the UU.I !. "f.'fi 'W
T HAY T
I Utt w
Pcoplo Cured by (ho lVontlcrlnl
Electro Mnsnetic System
lis Practiced by l)rs.
Marvelous and mlraole nro syn
onymous terms. Mlrncles ixro not
worketl In theso prosaic times. It
does sound marvelous, however, anil
It seems like a mlraclo vvben tho
fact is put before you of tho wonders
ful cures as performed by tho Drs.
Darrln, at tho Chemcketo hotel Sas
lem, Or., whero they will remain
only for a short time longer.
That Drs. Darrln havo effected
extmordinary cures after all efforts
elsewhere have failed, 19 a fact sup
ported by the strongest evidence.
Their cures, moreover, iro rapid and
permanent, as the following testi
monials and letters will shew:
OAKD FKOM M. M. BABlIOIi.
Drs. Darrln Dear Sirs : Trior to
consulting you two mouths ugo I
had been sorely afillcted with nasal
and throat catarrh, which Interfered
with my public speaking. Your
homo treatment for catarrh has
cured me, and I am thankful to
you, I had tried many advertised
remedies before, but uono of them
cured me. liefer to mc at Brooks,
Eu)i:it JL M. Bashoh.
Editop. Dear Sir : I havo been
troubled with deafness for over
fifteen years. I applied to tho Drs.
Darrln In Balem, and, after a few
treatments, by their wonderful elcc-
tro-iuaguctlo method, my hearing
was most untlrely rcttor.d, and now
I cau hear my watch tick for tho ilret
'tlnufrn many yearn. I can bo re-
fen cd to and seen In regard to my
case, at any time, at Howell prairie,
or address mo at Maeleay, Oregon.
LIJKT HIS CJtUTOIIlS.
Dr. Danin Sir: Soino months
ago I was Injured by a falling tree,
which paralyzed tho mubclcjof the
limbs and contracted tho cords. In
this hopeless coudltlon I caino to
Drs. Darrln, and through their skill
ful adinlnlstnitlon of electricity I
am cured, and lelt my crutches with
tho doctor. I can be referred to
J. 11. Coiinkmuh.
KLKCTHICITY CUUEI) HIM.
roiiTiiANi), Nov. 22, '88.
Dra. Darrln Gentlemen : I feel
It to bo' only Just to yourselves to
glvo to tho public tho followlug un
solicited testimonial regarding your
skill and entire probity.
For some two years I found I was
going down hill faster than my yours
warranted j the result of an attack
of yellow fever In tho Wont Indies.
I had a discharge from my right
ear and general nervous debility. I
win truly say my car Is now nearly
as sound us over, and us to strength,
I urn as strong as ever In my life. I
fee) ton years younger. Refer to mo
hi this city for further particulars.
You havo, kIvoii me; twenty years
lease of life.
ClIAH. M. KlItlCMUH.
AN open LrrrHit.
Mr. Isaac Wlnganl of Cgntrulln,
W. T.. writes Drs. Darrln us follews:
'With pleasure I wrlto to you In re
gard to tho troatmojit you guvo mo
for authmn of eighteen years' sianu-
ing. Your treatment has worKea
like a charm, t havo had no symp
toms of asthma slnoo I returned
home. Tho cure seems to bo per.
nianent, uhil It gives me great Joy
to tell you this. Bud uw soino of
your circular, wi many of my
irelghboni wish to try your (Kill in
UEA,yNEMJ, CATAliHH AND W
Editor Orexeulan: rieoe glvt
Dotkw In your paper that Dr. Drrtn
cured dm of deafrvtca of six years
Undlng, cAUted trom caUrrb,
which he also eumL For yean 1
have been troubled with weak Jung
and brorwbitU, all of wbleh hava
bta aured. lter bania at Inde-
rodew.TbHrttojiceMBty, W. T.f
cara EV k'lUwiaiX, who baa abx
bdtn cured eT AsinepaU and, kidney
trouble, pjcanomud BrfebtV dU-
ease by many physicians.
B. F. Stout.
WONDKUVUL RKSTOHATION OK
Mr. Editor Dear Sir: My llttlo
boy has been deaf slnco ho wits 10
months old, and was so deaf that
ho never learned to talk, and Is now
5 years old. I had consulted a great
many physician and none could do
anything for him, and said that his
hearing could never Iks restoreu.
As a last resort, I consulted tho Dra.
Darrln at the International hotel,
Cherry street, In his case and thoy
said that thoy could euro him.
Now, after three treatments, tho
child's hearing Is almost entirely re
stored, and he seems to bo dazed by
tho noil ml. Through thankfulness
and gratitude to tho doctors, and for
tho sako of others that may bo
afillcted, I glvo this testimonial to
tho public. I can bo referred to at
tho corner of Front and Vino streets,
Seattle, W. T.
MltS. MiNNIK GiniKOUT.
OPPICIJ HOUKS ANI P1.ACK OF I1UHI-
Drs. Darrln can bo consulted free
nt tho Chemoketo Hotel, Salem, Or.,
for a short timo only.
Thoy will under no circumstan
ces tako a case thoy cannot euro or
benefit. Charges aro reasonable,
nnd tho poor treated free from.0 to
10 a. m. daily. Oillco 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
rhea, stricture, suormatorrhu'u,
seminal weakness, or loss of deslro
of sexual power In man or woman,
catarrh or deafness, aro confiden
tially and successfully treated.
Cures of private diseases guaranteed
and never published in tho papers.
Circulars sent free. Most cases can
receive homo treatment nftor a visit
to tho Doctor's oillco.
N. B. Tho doctors' stay in this
city is limited.
And Notes of n (Icncrnl
terest to tho Wcslernrr.
"We havo a climato and soil equal
to any In tho laud and let us learn
how to make moro outof them than
hax been dnuo in tho past.
J. P. Duncan, tlioIloseburgBmall
pox patient Is up nnd around, and
Is pronounced out of danger. Ils
family aro doing well and with caro
will soon bo well.
At Lafayette in tho trial of tho
State vs. Wlllnrd MoKuno for man
slaughter ho plead not guilty. Ills
bonds were fixed at J0.000 and tho
caso wus continued. Bonds were
Every train that arrives brings n
number of pcoplo whocomo to mako
their homes among us. Around
Portland the good laud Ih too costly
for poor tcop!o but hero aro thous
ands of acres ready for tho plow and
to Ik.- had at a fnlr rate.
Tno cltUons of Jlarrlsbtirg havo
orgaulM'd a couiiauy for the manu
facture of brooms, rioveral funuom
noar there rained small crop of
broom corn thin season, which was
ufcwfuly manufactured Into
brooms and placed upon the market.
The ltr skinners on Hoguo river
have slaughtered 3, WW head of deer
urlng tbo Mut season for tliolr
hides only. They follow tho deer
around all HoaMniuin tho mountain
fHstiifwevs In that region and make
it almost Impossible for any of them
,At Newberg Roljert Htratton and
Kd. IlndftOH sawed a largo lir tree
entirely oir and IIm tree' was still
standing a few days ago. Tin tree
lit 42 luehc In dlanteter and over
IG& feet high, standing In such a
perpendicular position that they
have been unabhJ to fell It, though
they have drivCn an Iron wedtf In
Mi onu aide.
Tle following was wntten from
Bpokano Y to an exuhangv:
"ThtaU IImj muddlout plaeolntbo
Ntrrthwest, and Try unhealthy;
no leas than (our or Ave belng-plaaU
ed every day, though the papers aro
very quiet about It. The principal
Afum.tti U tvofeotd fever. althouKh
there are a number of fetal caw oi
DoeumonUu Thtn U out)
Inporlant EcnU of Ibt Whola World
for Twenty-four Hours.
A Claim In tho Santlam MluliiR Ilfglon
A I,n ANY, Dec 25). A special to
tho Herald says V. F. Head, A. B.
Woodln and others of Albany who
havo been dovoloplng tho mines In
tho Santlam country, havo In con
nection with Salem gentlemen,
located and worketl a claim that
they valued very highly, llecontly
rumors had reached them that Dr.
E. O. Smith, with a party of men,
had lumped his claim and found
rich deposits. They considered theso
rumors as being probably false, un'"
last evening, when a gentleman
connected with their company, who
had been working on tho claim
eamoluand reported that Dr. Smith
had Induced them to leave the claim,
under a promise of coining to Albany
with them aud amicably settling
tho legal title here. As the Dr.
failed to put In au appoarauco tho
trick of tho action liecnmo apparent,
and Hint was simply to get and hold
possession of tho claim on tho com
moncomontof Hie year. Tills inten
tion was further developed on yes
terday, when tho men started back
to tlil mines and were stopped by
ono of them being arrested on a
trumped up charge at Mehama, tho
other being stopped near Sclo for
hours, tho object being to delay
thorn so that thoy could not get
back in season.
However, tho object will not bo at
tained, as A. B. "Woodln and others
of tho company started this morn
lug for tho claim, taking with thorn
Hon. V. 11. Bllyeu, with legal au
thority to arrct any person who
may attempt to molest them in tho
quiet possession of their rlghtHjto
tho claim in dlsputo. Tho proper
filings havo boon made on tho claim
and tho work put upon It to main
tain a legal right, and thoy do not
Intend that any such kind of trick
cry shall oust them.
Tim Iliijtlati lli'pulilli,
Washington, D. C, Dee. 28. It
is stated positively at tho Depart
ment of State that no demand for
Indemnity has been made In tho
caso of tho steamer Haytlan Repub
lic Morse, owner of tho vessel,
BiHiclally requested Secretary Bay
ard to demand $850,000 Indemnity.
Tho Secretary Informed him that
there was no need of liasto as u
question niter tho vessol hiw arrived
lu Now York, where sho Is duo In a
Work on thn Illtt IHIelt.
Panama, Dec 28. Work on tho
iMimil cintlntlim. nlthoucll Oil HOI 1 10
sections lalwr ban been reduced.
Aitmrtttlittr. "000 mull havo been dis
charged within tho past two months
owing to disputes between tho
Canal company and the contractors.
Tho highest authorities consider tho
total suspension of work as very
liimrnlmlilit- Tlioro aro now about
9,000 laborers actually engaged on
V.ulim Ilajr Improvement.
1'oiiti.ani). Dec 28. Captain
Youtig's project on tho Improve
ment or Yaqtilnu imyai a cost oi
trj ran lm Ixtiin unnroved by a
commission consisting of Colonel
Mendell, Mnjoni Jones ami iinnu-
A vlsltTo tho gallery of Cattor-
lln, tho artist, demonstrate) the
axiom that good work always finds
a redy wlo mid gxd goods a ttnn
market. He Is rushed with work
and ooutlnuw to turn out tho bout,
niwnva irtvlntr comnloto KatUfactlnu.
Ife Is ugent for Prof. Krumboln's
oil iMdnttugif. Cllve him u Call and
get a perfect llKwnena. u.
VMkin'f Aralia fflit.
The beat aaivo In the world for
euts, brufaes, so re, ulcers, sail rheum,
fever sort, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corni.'and. all tin erup
tions, and pcaltjvaiy urea yllw, or
nit 'nay required, "it U guaranteed
ti pve perfect wUjCMUon.or money
refunded. Pftdo Sp'oenbi per box.
vot -. Dr.'icvirlax.