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THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL,
IVii Old Soldier's ThrllllnB Expcrlcnco Un
der tlio Surgeon's Knlfo.
A cenUeman recently operated on ar a
private hospital for the removal of the left
eye, the socket and memhrano of which had
become the seat of a cancer, tells the fol
lowing interesting story of his experience
unacr utu tunic tu u new iuin tuucBiwiiu-
"Tho doctors nereed that I had cancer,
and lint hint? but an extensive surgical oper
ation could save my life. 1 felt, on hearing
their deeisicn, like a condemned murderer
p though at a certain day and hour I should
pok for tho lastumoon enruiunu cnrauuiu
h" nut it will not bo painful,' said tho sur
geon, -with a pleasant snillo. ' You will bo
Sndcr ether, you know.'
? "Tho operation was to be done thrco days
after tho consultation that sealed my fate.
low I lived throueh thoso three days I can
lot tell. I wondered If I would have tho
courage to faco tho ordonl coolly. I had
never beforo thought myself a coward. I
passed through twelve battlos during the
latowar and never shrank from danger.
But ohl a surgical operation, with all Its
calm and detailed preparation all its awful
chances is quite another thing, lo got on
i table, lie down and take ctnor, wltn tno
knowledge that you are about to have tho
most delicate organ of your body carved out
that, indeed, calls for courage. Liko tno
man about to bo hanged, I felt anxious to
have it over and was greatly afraid I
should loso all my grit at the last moment
and mako a show of myself. Still, thero
was one comfort I should feel no pain;
and my nerves felt much strengthened by
tho reflection, when I compared the surgical
oporation of tho present day with that of
fifty years ago, when it would haVo taken
six strong men to hold mo while my eyo
was being literally gouged out and I was
writhing in agony, conscious of it all.
"At last the day or tlio operation arriveu.
I lay down on tho operating table, and the
surgeon placed tno etner cono over my
I mouth and nostrils. I took a long, deep in
! spiration of the other. It was cold and
tasted good, tingling slightly as it entered
i my lungs, and causing a peculiarly delight
' ful thrill to pass over me. After taking a
few moro breaths I began to feel in a half
visionary stale. I thought I was in a ball
room filled with tho gayest company and
was tripping tho fautastic to so'mo dreamy
waltz with tho fairest of tho fair. Then 1
could not resist singing. Noticing tho doc
tor look gravely at me, I canio back at onco
to tho situation.
"'Doctor,' I said, 'this is delightful
splendid 1' Just then something seemed to
crack inside my head. I could seo sparks
of firo dying all about mo. Every object in
the room was in a whirl. Tho doctor and
his attendants seemed to bo engaged in a
mad danco around me, such as tho canni
bals indulge in around their roasting mis
sionary. Then I had most horriblo dreams.
I fancied that tho doctor was amuidorer,and
that he had mado his way into my room in
tho night by means of an open window. I
saw tho awful knife gleam in his hands and
could feel jilio cold blado as it descended
into my stomach. Then I thought 1 was
taken to a dissecting room and thuro carved
up in tho Interest of science. Finally I
awoke, and tho surgeon, bonding over me,
cautioned mo to remain motionless, and at
the samo time assured mo that the operation
had been successful."
Tho surgeon said: "Ths operation was
for cancer of tho eyo-ball and socket, and
, necessarily a very delicato undertaking.
I Tho patient took ether remarkably well.
As soon as ho was unconscious tlio orult
was removed. Tho disoascd plates of bono
were then carefully sawed away und the
operation completed. It does not seem in
tolling of it how tedious it was For threo
hours wo worjscd constantly on tno patient.
Much bleeding took place, and the work was
several times retarded by the ;need of giv
ing moro ether, as tho patient evidently felt
pain occasionally. As to tho dreams which
ho enjoyed while under ethoiv they are not
unusual It is a remarkablo fact that phy
sical memory continues -whilo tho brain
sloops or is under an anaesthetic. Tho op
eration was unattended with a singlo un
favorable result, and tho patient awaits
only tho time when tho wounds shall bo per
fectly healed to have a glass eyo put into
PAST FINDING OUT.
The TYays of a Woman Armed with hu
Umbrella or l'urasol.
' Among tho things enumerated by Solo
mon as past finding out should have been
included tho way of a woman with an um
brolla; and ho who observantly walks the
streets in these days, when every member
of tho softer sex carries a sunshade, will
feel that tho author of Ecclcsiastes missed a
golden opportunity In not being nble lo ndd
this Item to the list of things too wonderful
Tho woman with an umbrella, in the first
place, says a writer in tho Boston Courier,
assumes that tho sidewalk is laid down for
hertsolo and especial use. With certain
oriental potentates the umbrella it. a ign of
authority in virtue of which all boh ilclcrs
aro expected to understand that it is their
duty to make way and glvo tho rotid to tlio
exclusive uscf of tho high and miglily lord
of tho umbrella. In virtue of suiio subtle
instinct tho moment n woman" talus in her
hand a sunshade and walks abroad, all the
oriental significance of that insignia
scorns to impress itself upon her soul,
and she goes forth to tako posses
sion of tho streets that' havo becomo
hers by right Unfortunatoly she lacks
tho guards which aro provided to en
force respect to tho unfurled umbrolla
of tho potentates sho imitates, and she is,
therefore, obliged to do her own fighting.
But with what a glorious nnd offeutivo zeal
she does it! How men who vonturo rnlhly
to come in her way nre swept aside, their
hats knocked in tho dust, their eyes
prodded, their faces scratched by the points
with which tho circumforouce of tho, para
sol bristles. How womemwho presume to
display liko signs of rank are hustled,
banged and frowned upon, and with what
rancor rival sunshades clash together. Tho
amount or vim a woman can put into tho
thrust sho gives to tho sunshade of another
woman goes far to redeem the ohm-go of
weakness and physical inferiority.
Tho result of tho triumphal progress of
women with a sun-umbrolla is disastrous.
Her path is strowed with wrecks. Bias
phemiug men pursue their hats along tha
pavements; womon whoso headgear has
been disarranged or whoso rival umbrellas
havo been slit or hustled, boll with ran as
they look for victims upon whom tbey may
in turn wreak similar indignities., livery
whero indignation, wrath, devastation and
general demoralization testify to, the qom
pletenessof the work and the might of the
woman with the umbrella.
Tlio Label l'rnjeetlles.
Borne time ago experiments were made In
Franco on the effect at Lebel projectiles
upon human bodies which were obtained
from mortuaries and hospitals. Drs. Chau
vel and Nunlon now announce tliat In fut
ure warfare with the Lebel ritie surgeons
will not be perplexed by Uaviug to extract
balls from wounded soldiers. These pro
jectiles pass through the bod, bones and
all, eveu when fired at a distance of from
j,W) to 8,900 yards. -
THE RELIABLE GROCERS TQOK - OUT !
I . . .
This powder never varies. A mnrvel of
purity, Htrcngtli r.ndwholc-oniencss. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with tho
mullltudooflow test, short weight alum or
nhoiplinto powders. Sold only In cans.
ROYAIi Baking POWDEUCO..10U Wnll.N.Y
ou Cannot do Hotter '
Than call at the Grange Store, 120
State street, if von want a good tea
or anything else In the grocery
lino. Don't fail to look at the White
Cross Extracts, tlio best in the mar
A lioo-l Cup of Coircc
Is a, crcat attraction for n restaurant.
The colleo drawn from Hellenbrand's Pat
ent Coll'ee reecptnelo Is ono of the many
Great Attractions of bis eating parlors.
Thousands of cups of his excellent coffee
are Mild every Meek. And ns Tor oysters
and monls he cannot bo equaled in the
0LIVK l,OI)0in No. IS, I. O. O. F., meets
in Odd Fellows' Hall u; stairs. Cornet
Commercial and Ferry stieets, every Sat
urday nt 7:S0j). m.
.1. T. GREGG. JAS. WALTON,
Seeretnry. N. G.
A Seasonable Hint.
Genuine new buckwheat flour,
and a fine articlo of table syrup, at
the Grange store, 120 State street,
I'ervons wishing to Improve their mem
ories or strengthen their powerofnttcntlon
should send to 1'ror. Loslserle, 217 Fifth
Ave., N. Y. for his prospectus, post free, as
advertised In another column. No 8, 8tdw
Wright's Hop Celery nnd Chamollo bit
ters, recommended by tho most the
eminent physicians. Invigorating
stimulating nnd not Intoxicating. Sold by
II. AV. Cox.
Having tried tho effects of tho concen
trated extinct of Oregon Kidney Tea. we
cheerfully bear witness to Its beneficial
agency In affection of tho digestive organs,
It is Dimply, wife and mire: It Is easily
taken and restoieM healthy vitality to the
organs It is Intended to operate upon with
Kdltor Catholic Sentinel.
Sold by D.W. MnthewsA Co.
It Is generally conceded by physicians
that about one-half of tlio population oi
tho United States are sullcrlng from In
digestion nnd Dyspepsia. Hurried eating
and improper mastication nnd insallva
tlon of food aro tlio principal causes. Dr.
Henley's Dandelion Tonic strengthens and
Invigorates tho digestive organs and en
nbles ono to enjoy a hearty meal without
any unpleasant after effects.
Sold by I). V. Mathews & Co.
0OUSETS.-FOH TUE WILLIAMSON
corsets with brnces attached, call on or
address Mrs. Frank Cooper. BS!) Commer
cial street, Salem, Oregon. lm.
riOR SALU.-A FARM OF 320 ACHES
L' all under fence nnd cultivation. In the
best rnngo country of Eastern Oregon.
The host chance ever offered for a man lo
engago in stock raising. For particulars
call cm or address
w .II. 11YAIIS, Salem, Oregon.
T J. JENNINGS D. D. S. DENTIST
J Office In tho New Hank Block, Com
merclal' street, Salem. Sign of tho big
PIIYSICIAN.MItS. DM. M. E. McCOY
physician and. surgeon, has located
and taken rooms over Squlro Farrar's
grocery store. Chronic diseases n spec
laity. Consultation free. 12-21dw
A Bargain For Somebody ! ! !
To Exchangr for
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem,
Specialties in Table Luxuries,
Kiiie Tea, and Coffee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Clieese, etc.
AVE LEAD W CANNED GOODS.
Remember tlie Place and Call.
Grocery anil Provision StoTC
IN THE CITY OF SAIJEM.
Messra Wellcr Bros., invito you to
call nnd see the immense stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Fruits, Etc.,
that they aro carrying. Everything
the market nfl'nrds is always to be
found at their market.
csrNcw Goods Received Daily ! -a
Prices guaranteed to suit all. A
trial is all we ask of you, helicving
afterwards you will share your
patronage with us.
Commercial Street. - - - Oregon.
A. K. STRANG,
No. 30J Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Numbing, Gas and Slcani Kilting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
3-Agent for tlie IUCIIAUDSON &
HOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tabllslied In 1849
Can fiirnlhheltticr'Mcsqulte or n.'mlxttire
of IMIbqullo and Lincoln grass 'on terms
that will allow you to teed down jour
farms at a cost of from GO to 00c per ncro.
w2m d2.w ; 'Box 91 , galcm. Or.
OREGONIAN RAILWAY CO.
CHAS. X SCOTT, - - Itcceivcr:
notice trains will run daily (oxeept Sun
day) as follews:
H O M. K S
a B s laffl 1 H u
Sale or Rent
Quantity and Quality to "Suit
Coburg Mall I'ortl'd Mall
From Port- STATIONS. Tow'rd Port
land ' land
I.v. U.3u am tohtlakii iw v An I.l0.p in.
Ar. 10.00 Foot of Jcrson. St
1.2.15111)1 llny'R Ijiiiiiling, Ar 1.80
2.23 Ht. Paul's, 12.17
' 8,105 lWetndlmrn, " 12.00
' il- Tofrn-end, ' " 1MU
llUl McKee, " U.10
" S.K1 Mt. Angel, " 11.21
-1.01, Down's, " I.H
" 4.1(1 mivarton. ' " ll.oo
4.;r Johnston's Mill" " 10.!M .
4.80 Hwltrorlnnd, " 10.1(1
4.47 KnstHlilo.Iunet., " 10.07
" n.80 .Mncleay, ' ." t).4
West Htny ton
O I Crossing,
Commutlon 'Tioliets at two
mile on xulont stations nnv
FOUR MORE MADE HAPPY.
Something is Going to Drop at
BODWELL'S NEW SHOE STORE,
1)3 State Street,
o contemplHten clmnjr ofbiHlness soon, nnd will therefore mnke Sweeping Ue
ductlons In certain lino ot Hoots and Shoes Inorder to reduce our stock to a minimum.
Wownnt Money 1 You need Hoots nnd siloes. Conio nnd oxnmlno goods nnd prices
nnd s-e If It will .not pay you to lay In one or two yetirs supply nt the prleoi wo oirer
GOODS MARKED IX PLAIN FIGURES !
A child on buy As cheap ns miiniil our store. Wo mean buslmws,! nnd If you wear
shoes look us up. YOPUS FOH "KOI.D KOI2;"
BAILEY F. BODWELL,
The Key to Success
-o FOUND o-
A CAitD : For throe years I have
beon n suiroror from various ail
ments, and for 'the nait ten years I
have been a sufferer from chronic
rheumatism anil nervous debility.
In this condition I came to Drs.
Darrin, anil I 11111 happy to say 1
havo been restored to health again,
and I cheerlully recommend them
to tho public.
Mns. J. Maktin,
peiu: KYIS Cl'lllll).
EuciKXU, Or. Feb. 3; 18S9.
Mn. Editor : My little girl 6
yours old lias been for the past eight
or nine months nlllleted with gran
ulated conjunctivitis, complicated
with ulcers on the oyo ball. 1 had
her treated by sonic of the most
prominent pliysicans in Chicago,
where I resided ocforc coming here,
but without biiccess. Tlie child was
getting worse every day. Hearing
of Drs. Darrin, I consulted them in
regard to her case, and now, after
three weeks, she is, pronounced prac
tically cured. liefer to me a
D. .7. Graham.
citoss ijYis sTi!AiaiiTi:xi:i.
Salum, Or., January, 18S0.
To the puni.it' : It nllbrds mo
pleasure to say that Drs. Darrin cured
iny little girl, 11 years old, of a very
bad east or cross of the right eye.
The eye wna straightened as good as
ever in two operations. The eye
had been in a crossed condition for
more than seven years. This is not
intended for nn advertisement, but
as an expression of gratitude duo to
Drs. Darrin for their careful and
J. U. TlCIIKNOIt.
Editor Dear Si-: 1 havo been
troubled with deafness for over fif
teen years. I applied to tho Drs.
Darrin, and after a few treatments
by their wonderful electro-magnetic
method of treatment, my hearing
was entirely restored, and now I
caif hear my watch tick for tho Hist
time in many years. I can be re
ferred to and seen In regard to my
case at any tune at Howell
Prairie, or Address 1110 at Mao
DltS. IIAKHIN'B l'l.AClJOK JHJBINIXM.
Drs. Darrin can bo consulted free
at 2.'V Fifth street, corner Main,
Portland. Ofilcu hours, from 10 to
4 o'clock dally ; evenings, 7 to 8 ;
Sundays, 10 to 12. All curable
chronic diseases, loss of manhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
plimrm atHftnre. Hnornuitorf hoccu.
.imiiiiil weakness or loss of desire of
sexual power in man or woman,
nntnrrli imrl l catllCSS lire com IUC1111Y
and successfully treated. Cures of
private diseases guaranieeii aim
never published in tho papers, Cir
culars sent free. -Most cases can
receive homo treatment after .1 visit
to tlie doctors' oilice.
Tlio oflices at Salem nnd Eugene
aro closed. Any persons under
treatment in that vicinity can call
or write to the Portland olllce.
Success in Business requires preparation ! Therefore, thoroughly master
Commercial Arithmetic, lUislness Penmanship ami Business Correspon
dence, Hook-keeping by both Single and Double Entry, tlio nature and
correct use of Commercial Papers, Commercial Law and lUisiness practice.
Learn, also, Shorthand and Type-writing, Manifold, and Dictation work.
All these aro needed in business, and are thoroughly taught by exper
ienced teachers nt the SALEM UUS1NESSCOLLEUE
Grlswold's lllock, Salem, Oregon.
mnkcr, has moved to 43 State street, hav
ing removed his shop from the old stand,
318 Commercial street, on account ot the
erection of tho new brick. Mr. Larien
will lr: pleased to see hlsold customers and
as many now ones ns will kharo their pa
tronage with him, nt Ills new location.
All work Kiiarnntecd. Next to Scrlbor A
Pohle's shop. l-X7-tf.
THE 0LD RELIABLE
Illacksmlth nnd Wagon mnker, John
Knight Is now fully established nt his new
quarters on Liberty Street. He uses nil
tlio new irlethoda In his art nnd makes a
specialty of diseases of horse's feet.
Frank Lynch has clinrgo of the wagon
department nnd docs n general repairing
business. Thoso gentlemen nro too well
known for us to try and recommend them
ns Mr. Knight hns been hero for 15 years
BLICKSMITIHNG and HORSESHOEING
Spring Importation of Dry Goods and Clotliin
Are Just coming in and early next week wo will have them
. open and ready for our customers.
Have moved to 47 and 19 State street,
wheie they tiro now ready for work. All
our old patrons nnd friends nro Invited to
cnll and see us In otir now location. We
tire better prepared for work now than
ever having secured moro room. 10-I-tf.
BKACKSMITII1NG and WAGONMAKING.
lOHN HOLM, THE OLD llELIABLE
O Illacksmlth, has removed his shop to
corner of Commercial nnd Chemckcte Bts.,
where ho Is ready to servo the public llav-Ingas-oclated
with him Mr. H. Baunon, an
experienced wagon-maker recently from
Portland, ho Is now prepared better than
ever to do all kinds of wagon and carriage
miiklug nnd ropnlrlng; all kinds of black
smithing nnd repairing, nnd a general
horseshoeing business. Ho has nil kinds
ofshocs.steol.trottlng. hand mado, etc., and
Ills them In 11 sclcntllle manner. Spoclnl
attention given to tho construction of wag
ons nnd carriages. Kcmcmbcr the plBce,
opposite State Insurance building.
1 11111 prepared to turn out fine hand
mado buggies, wngons, etc., on quick time
and lif tho best stylo. Call and seo some
of the rigs I havo mnde. nnd when wish
ing to purchnso you will know where to
I havo Hrst-clnss buggies constantly on
hand for sale, nnd will sell them at ptlcos
so reasonable as to astonish purchasers.
Wc havo 110 hesitancy In saying that we will havo the nicest assortment of
Spring Clothing for Gentlemen
-AN' I) OK-
Saltcens, Cliallios, Prinls anil Alpacas for llio Ladies,
That ever canio to Salem. Also our nlook of hootH and bIiocu, lints,
laecH and embroideries is very complete, and will bo Hold at our usual low
prices. Come and see 111.
Capitol Adventure Co.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER.
Connection at Hay's nnd l'uhiimrt
landing with Steamer "City of Hulimi "
CHAH. N. HOOTT, Itecolver.
General Odlees, N W Cor. First ana Plus
Lands near, It 11 Facilities.
A GOOD CHANCE
r-Por nrUmiUMmli at UiU eflior.
mllB IIOAI'U OV COMMIHSIO.VKIlb
I for the sale of sthixil nnd unlvcrelty
linds. and for the Investment of th
funds arising therefrom for the State of
Oregon, luvftu wnled implication for tli
obIi purohafce of that imrllpn of
the Myera addition to the city of
tjalemyit bloiiglnK lotne state and eon
talnlng fifty wnm, more or less. Ineltwlve
ofreet. Tlie right lo reject any and all
bldi U reserved by Hie Hour.!.
Itkl will Iwopemd nt 2 o'clock p.m. nt
a rgulr nwrtlni of lit nonrtl on Tues
day. Mroi. WMRnH, vBSHormi,
o. w, wkiih
itourU at Commtatfuwi
VIH, Clerk of iVHm.
E. lluldbiidRO Jilnnday Esq.,
County Atty., Clay county, Texas,
says: "Have used Electric- bittors
with most happy results. My broth
er also was very low with Malaria
fever and Jaundice, but was cured
by timely use of this medicine. Am
satisfied Electric J lit tern saved his
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson of Ilorfeoi
r.,vr iJ'v. iitiils n liko tontimoiiv.
Hayini;: Uo nodltivoly bollovoH "ho
would have died, had it not been
for Electric -Hitters.
Tlil in-jfit. reiiieilv will wind oil.
ns well as cure all maluria ilisoahes,
mwi f,rnli K-lilnnv. livt-r nntl stom
ach disorders stands unequaled
Prleo 6()e and U at 1 1. Y. t.'ox's.
You can not afford to waste tlmu
in oxperimeiitiiiic when your lung
aro in danger. Consumption al
ways seems, at llrnt only a cold. T)o
not porinit any dwiler to lmpesu up
on vou with some cheap imitutlon
of Dr. KIiik'h Now Oibcovory for
Colisiunptlon, CoukIih, and Colds,
but be sura you get the Keuulue.
Hveuiivo ho ojtn nmk more profit lie
may toll you he has Bomothlutf Just
bs good, or just the name. Don't bo
deceived, hut insist upon getting
Dr. Kiiiir'8 New Discovery, whloji
is giuiranteod to glvo relief in all
Throat, Lung M Chmt HHecUon.
Trial iMittloti free nt D,r. JI. V, Cox'h
Drug 8toro. Larg Imttlee ?1.
B O O T S
B V t I S J
S H : "O K S
DIIAI.I'.ltS IN K oH I
Findings , J$Wk
-: -E. S. Lam
THK HAItNESS AnViSADDLK
280 Commercial Street.
Mil F.A.M POUT has JiiHt recclvel a. fine
UnoofHliiKln and double hiigey har
nesses. Ho always carries
THE LARGEST STOCK
OI saddles, whips, and everything pertain
ing to his lino of liiiBlncss;ln tho state, out
side of PortlMid;
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
K palrlii; dono with neatness and dispute h
Family Groceries, Provisions,
Uoiiiniercliil St. Snlem.
Country produce of all kluds nlwnyit on
hand. If yon hnvo not trnded with me be
fore, 1 respectfully hollclt a trial bellevmir
I can Biilt yon both In prices nnd quality.
WM. BROWN & CO.
CASH I'AlD FOR
Wools, Hides, l'elly anil Furs
231 Commercial St. Salem, 0''
TI'LIfl BI3ST STOCK OFiSTOVBS
IxV THE CITY IS AT
R. M.. WA.DB & CO'S
282 lo 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
Charter Oak Stoves,
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES.
Also a Complete Stock of Mm ami Farm Maitay.Wagons and Carriage
0NH OK THK IjAIIQKMT KSTABU8II
ments In tho Htato. Lower rates than
Portland. Ijirgcst stock Legal lllanks In
thoHlate, a-d ulBgcst discount. Heud foi
price list of Job printing, and calaloeue ol
legal blanks. K. SI. WAITJS,
Htcam Printer Haiem Oreaou.
Only Genuine System of Memory Training.
Four Books Learned In one reading.
Mind wandering cured.
Every child and adult greatly benefited.
(licat Inducements to correspondence
l'rospcctus, m 1 tli opinions of Dr. win. A.
Hammond, the world-famed Specialist In
Mind Diseases, Daniel Orecnleaf Tnomp.
Mm, the L'roat Psychologist, J.M.Uuckly
I). I)., editor of tho Christian Advocate.
N. V.. Ulchnrdl'rotttor.theHclentlKt, Hons.
Y. W. Astor, Judali 1'. Ilenjaman, and
others, scut post freo by
I'ror. A. LOISKTTK, 37 Ilfty Avb., N Y
DAVID T. WILLIAMS,
Salem Steam Laundry.
V. B. Ordera by pontail cnnl uronipt
ly iittontlcd to. Clotluti culled for
ADVANTAORS OF HTKAM IuVUNDHY.
1. It does Its work thoroughly, however
soiled thii garment.
2. It doos Its work promptly, as tt U ln
deiwudent oflho veulhfr m
.1. ltdoe Us work lilirmleflhly, not In.
'tiring the clothes by tonneceasary wear
and iwir, nor by tho use of Injurious chent
i. lit) eliurgfM nre most reasonable, eon
' slderlng the quality nrlls work.