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SALEM, OR., WKDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 18S8.
Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OF- OPERATION.
Awarded first premium at tbo Oregon
State Fair lSO-'84-5-'8a.,87 and at the dill,
(brnla Htate Fair, 18S7, and San Joaquin
County Fair, 1S7.
Manufactured In stxlslxet. For circular
and price list address
H. S. JOKY & BON,'
P.O. Box 388, Salem, Oregon
49 Dryer Furnace furnished Iflva .slies
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO,,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
TnXCHANUED Foil ORCQON, WASH;
JjJlngtonTer. or California real estate. For
fnrormatlon uddress us at either of the fol
lowing effices: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Moi Salem, Or.; Portland, Or. Halem office
nt Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
cily hall, Liberty street; Portland office In
the rooms of the SUtto Immigration Board,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 173tf
X S. SKIFK & CO.,
Office near It lite
oy the painless pro
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET. - SALEM, OREGON.
-All kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand, full welgbtjvnd a square
deal all nrlund.
A good Iron frame Horso rower. Good
tor all UBes, from oneto full a""'
All for tho low price otJM. Call iatth i Pa
clflo Cider, Vinegar A Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
For the treatment of all diseases of men
DRS. GILBERT & UEMP
Medicated Mipor baths, oxygen inhataj
tlons. electro magnetism, .medicated
nt iiiusiic......, ,-- . thft
ys, etc. oruco una humi . . m;
nm una samu
i " H T it - -
t-i vtvniiiA COLU IN
M cVSl v. secretion of mucus m---- jSqUent "'of'J,'; rmemorylm
Eawklne. inltUng. weak 4nI5troiiment of the brlng.l " " IUVeyou lo.toll
roaring To the ear, 0EVrfih t&d, dryness or neai"""-.,
palredTdullness or dllne"LlT ji o, yoo have the Caurru-i y
symptoms, others only a P""- ,
and smeii, """
iieawi. w -
... A""Ara CHAI -- -company
i-uomix ana jioub fr.,rh tor tweniy
who are sufferers."
D. W. MATTHEWS & WMmwi,
1HR STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
Monroe & Bell,
Sampla Roomi for Commercial Trtrelfrs.
From el to per day.
Meala.Mt) renbehfiarrt Hnar r.ir Vn
zis uommerciftl m.
Real Estate Bargains.
J1,9...16Q acres, q miles from 0 .t C de
pot. Good home, barn and
orcnara. Fenced, and In cub
$2,000....SO acres, 4 miles from Salem.
Good road to town. Improvc-
85,490 & acres SM miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid laud,
all fenced. Make a desirable
$2,500-(W acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements goou. rine young
orchard, and earden bind.
51,180 190 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
urn iana, nneiy wnicrea. neti
In lots of KVacre tracts at $25 per
$10,800-'S7g acres, 8 miles from Salem.
lucceuenv gem ana iruu niuu,
adjoining Willamette rlrer.
Will sell In tracts.
$l,875....l)l acres, 4 miles ofSalom. House,
at the door. Good, soil, and
nlenty of timber.
$2,400. fcJJacres, S miles of Salem; good
rona; wen linproveu; sitviuu
running through the place.
$00,00 400 acres (1 miles west side O A
C It It) good bouse, barn and
orchard, 1J0 In cultivation, bal
nnce oak grub pasture land.
$S0O . .10 acres, 1 mile from Salem, ad
Joining fair ground. Good land;
$1.200. t0 acres, 5 miles Salem; nil In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school bouse. ;Exce!lent fruit
$ 1,000. TO) acres, 6 miles from O AC It It;
all fenced; well watered. House.
barn, and small orchard; 150
acres In cultivation.
$ ,-j0. 1 lots, with good house and barn,
"-'" East Salem. Desirable locution.
Wo have besides this a largo list o' city
and farm Dronerty. Buj crs ould do wel I
to CTlFand i examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CHAMBKHLIN.
Opera House, Court St..
a,2otf Salem, Or.
BLVCKSMITIIING 'and -HORSESIIOFIXG.
u 312 and 314 Commercial St, Balem.
niRL ' v
..... Tf r YDU IB ex
SCRIBBR ft POHLE
t, olIgw dlrwn -
rECOMMBNDBD. tnrmtriT potal .nt of th
r nrwny.ofewTori:.Wf"--ii,-Mjris "IMV.w
t Ban 'rfrUnd'ln.Weodtand, l(-rreu-
The people nre conslderath' work
ed up almut tlie mnallMx, M'hluh !s
said to be at Imlepeiulcnce, our
Thegootl people of Monmouth arc
woou to have a new Congroutional
church, nuil also a tthluwulk from
here to Independence. t J
Our school Ib Kcttlng nlongjver
nicely, under the niutuigvtnent of
Iti worthy president, D. T. tihiuley,
who la In every sense of tho word a
progressive and energetic man.
Tho Teacher's Institute ntIhde
lcndenOQ was a pucce-a and did u
grand work. Their subject under
discussion, was "History." After a
prolitable day's work, they adjourn
ed, to meet In Monmouth for (heir
next setlou. s
I We have Btudents from nioslovcry
county In the state, Marlon being
well represented. About 150 stu-
deuts are In atteudauit! now tiulto
an army of Iciu'hert.. Thu Be4ilor
class is larger than at any time pre
vious, and the state hu- every aa
son to bo proud of lis Xorniul
There arc sovernl cases of sickness
In and about town, some of our stu
dents being abtent on that nccouu.
Our little village Is Improving very
fait now, three new dwellings hav
ing Just been completed, mnl a large
business hoiihu 4i.80 In course of
erection, Whloli will Iks occupied by
tho Farmer's Fupply Depot, a gcu
eral hardware nnd luij lemint (. i in
Nlppi'it In the lliid.
Is it not better to nip consuhiptlini,
the grwttest scourge of humanity, In
tho pud, than to try to stay its pro
gress on the brink of the grave. t
few doses of California's most useful
production. SANTA AiJI Athe king
of Consumption, will lclluvc, and n
thorough foatment will cure. Na
sal Catarrh, too often the forerunner
of consumption, cau bo cured
by CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CUltE.
These nmedlcs are sold and fully
warranted by D. W. Matthew's & Co.
100 Stato Street, Salem, Oregon, at$l,
or three lor $2.50.
SoanJ Igsl Oplolon.
15. llalnbridgo Munday Ewj.,
.County Atty., Clay Co.. Tex., sas:
"Have used Electric Hitters with
mint happy results. My brother
also was very low with Malarial
Fever and Jaundice, but was cured
bytlmely use of this medicine. Am
satisfied Electric Hitters saved his
Mr. D. I. WilcoASon, of Horse
Cave, Ky., adds a like testimony,
saving: Ho positively believes he
would have died, had It not beeii fur
This great remedy will ward oil,
as well as cure all Malarial Diseases,
and for all Kidney, Liver and
Stomach Disorders stands uiiuquiil
ed. Price oOc, and $1, at Dr. 11. W.
Cox's Drug Store.
SAN FItANClhCO, Nov. 1st, 1.
Messrs. WIXLKIt llllOS..
Gentlemen: We had tho pleasure re
cently of making shipment to jou of our
new " wnuo tn r.iruui., . .
you by mall Uvday n very "t l,,' n"iX
which we would like you to place promi
nently in your store, nnd which will mil
thenttentlon of your tmdo to the goods.
It has been our Intention for some time
past to place upoh the nmrkrt tho finest
line of flavoring ejttructs manufactured In
this country, and nnr mbnths of study
aod.axperlmentlng with the prominent!
hTTnrf. nnvr before the nubile we havesata
lost uccedd In placing before you a qual
ity which bjond doubt has no superior.
We cau not too strongly Impress upon
you tliat you con Mnhestutlnly recom
mend them to your customers ns im nnm
that can poaslbly be roauutaclured. The
nuiluii and style gonerallr Is such as to
attract attention, and we predict that when
your trade bare tested tha nuair of the
goods yoursale for- White Cross" extraeU
wUl be Urge.
IIt complying with our request you will
confer a favor upon-yours truly,
A. ntJlllfc...'. ."
Th DTJYEU 0 OUIDB U
Uud Mtrch asd Bpt
ach year. It Is an eaoy
elopodla of nsinu "
nation for all who pur-
ehjL tot lumnw m -
..A..lltt a( Ufa. Vr
... ..,. w wmm vritll
eao dots you maa mnuw --
spplUao.. to ride, walk, ..
eat. flah, hunt. work. o ehuroh.
oriura homi. aad la rwrlooa sUaa.
t,U, aad quaTuaaa. J '
OUIPK. whleh win. o --
Ji.lpt erf 10 cbU - VT PU.
of the Dm. Darrin of Portland,
II Has Taken ltaoint at tha Che-
lunkele Houmi For Ilrlsf
To show his confidence in treating
the sick he kindly oSbra to treat free
of charge all who may apply bc
tw mi the hours of 0 and 10 a. in.
dally, until further notice. He
comes to us ladeued with testimon
ials from people living In this Mate
aud people whoso veracity no one
cau doubt; a few of which wo here
present and could till our paper with
them If space did not forbid. Pa
tients desiring trcattnont will do
well to call at ouoe, na many need
more than ono treatment.
The doctors submit tho following
EXTIIACT OK TKSTAMONIALS:
Mrs. E. Ahlf, 100 N. 14th street,
Portland, cured after nluo doctors
had failed of painful menstruation
and womb trouble In overy conceiv
able way, general debility, pain thro1
the heart and lungs.
J. W. Yumwnlt, Albany, Qgn.
(formerly of Mom, Wasco Co-., Or.)
cured of an agravated case of rheu
matism and spinal complaint.
Myrau Otis, Twenty-First street,
East Portland, deafness cured in
H. II. Rice, S2 H. Btreet, Poitlnnd,
heart disease, threo months since.
Mrs. Mary Cllne, West Union, Or.
(formerly of Suit vies Island, Or.,)
complication of diseases peculiar to
hersex: liver and kidney trouble,
rheumatism and dyspepsia restor
ed. Mm. Hannah Reilley 140 Eighth
street, Portland, femalo diseases,
cured 10 years Ago by Din. Darrin.
I). Camplndl, Fullcrton, Ogn.,
says he would not take $10,000 for
tho euro ho rocelved by Dr. Darrin.
His trouble originated in three
small lumps or tumors coming on
tho arm, Which rendered his arm
and hand perfectly helpless for ono
James J. McCowan, 127 13th 8f.,
Portland, heart disease, palpitation
and general nervous debility cured.
Fanny Kennedy, Walla Walla, W.
T. Hoth eyes crossed sinco a child,
cured In 30 twcoiuh.
Volna Webster, Western, Umatil
la county, Ogn., Catarrh cured.
George II. Hamilton, 82 Stark St.,
Portland Stoppage of the tear-duct,
Miss Lucy Morgan, Monmouth,
Ogn., Cross-eye, straightened In one
E. Anderson, Salem, Ogn., Cat
arrh raven years, cured.
r. Hlcse. near Fullcrton, Oregon,
Liver nnd Kldnoy trouble, dire
ncss and pains over tho wlioio sys
tem, restored to health.
Mrs. M. Hebe, 143 Water street,
Portland Pimples and blotches on
tho fneo for years pains In tho back
and tllficlmwH pccullur to her sex,
cured. Her son was cured of cross
Mrs. V. II. Austin, Tho Interna-
Ltlonal Hotel, Portland Confined to
uurroont nine inontiis wiin im eyu
affliction, culled "nervous uboratlou
.of light," accompanied with lniln
Rov. M. M. Hoahor, Hrooks, Ogn.,
NnmlHtMl throotcuturrli, curel.
Wro. Altnow.Drewsey, Orunt Co.
Or. Catarrh, deafness anil ringing
In tho ean for twenty years, jerfeo
Wmley Oravcs, formerly of the
Chetnokoto hotel, Salem, now resid
ing at Moscow, Idaho cured of sci
atic rheumatism and the opium
I C. MoLaughlln, corner of 10th
!und JefTgnrn fetatitti, J'ortlnnd
Cutnrral deafnexs, could hour
' a sound and wo In constant four of
' being run oyer by wagons, ounxl ho
he cun ht-ar Ordinary conversation.
Mrs. 8. Weodln'ti girl, 01 Fifth Kt,
Portland Nervous debility and
' .....I., l1 f.u..l ,tll ,tlfc.1... 1.1 til IMkV
limm.nx ito, . ...iii.n...n -,
HOUHM AMI I'fa('K OK
Dr. Darrin can bo consulted fret)
nt tuo Chcinckcto Hotel, Salem, Or.,
December 3d to December 22d only.
They will muter no clrcumstau
oes tako o enso they cannot euro or
bcuoflt. Charges aro reasonable,
and tho poor treated freo from 0 Ito
10 a. rn. dally. Offlco hours from 10
to 4 dally; ovonlngs, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All curable
chronlo dlscases,;ioss of manhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rhoea, stricture, spermatorrhoea,
seminal weakness, or loss of sexual
power la man or women, catarrh or
deafness, aro confidentially and
sucoessfnlly treated. Cures of prl
vato dlseasea guaranteed. Circulars
sent free. Most case can recelvo
home treatment after n visit at the
Ami Notts of ntUencral
terest tolthe Wcsterutr.
At Astoria bogus V dollar pieces
ure very plentiful Just at present.
Tho peoplo of Oregon are lu arms,
metaphorically, over u threatened
change of text-books.
At tho next session of the legis
lature Woodburu will apply for n
Tho establishment of un M. E.
church south Is being agitated at
Tangent, Linn county.
Mr. Hermann of -Clackamas
county dug 80 fulr-slrctl potatoes out
of one potato hill on his farm.
Tho seed-wheat sharps have put
in nn appearance in Oregon to col
lect tho notes of tho farmers who
patronized them lastspilng.
County Judgu W. L. White Is
rather asttnlsliol at tho state
ment of tho grand Jury that Clook
aiuas county Is fGVi.OOO in debt.
The clerical bilk who is posing its
a worthy priest and solicits funds
for tho aid of such and such a
Catholic church husjust paid Astoria
Three years ago Abo Uglow of
Dallas paid M000 for some laud lu
Seattle, and thought ho made a poor
purchase but tho wales have turned
and ho has realized f 10,000 from it.
Tho Pacific- Coast Express com
pany are about ready for business
and on December 10th will bo pre
pared to handle everything lu the
lino of express matter between As
torla, Ilwacu and Oystervllle.
A singular defect In tho laws of
Oregon was made apparent at a
recent term of circuit court, It ap
pearing thut thu statutes do not im
pose uny penalty for resisting an
olllces making an arrest, nor do
they define the crime other than an
Salmon cannot bo scarce as long
as we arc as successful .as wo have
been lu hatching them. Tho Clack
amas liatchery on tho upor Colum
bia, will, within a few uumths, turn
out 0,000,000 young salmon Our
fish commissioners aro doing good
work us will bu shown In tho next
The erratic Kut Orcgonlun says;
The new laud oftlco for tho Harney
land district, constituted by aet of
congress, approved May 21 last, has
been I. tailed by order of the Presi
dent, at Drowsy, Orunt county,
with ItoUrt J. Slater of Pcudleton
It'glster unci Georgv-McUowen as
Some time ago raveral grains of
wheat were found in the winding
sheet of u mummy In Egypt. The
mummy was at least 6000 years old,
Tho grains were carefully planted
and reared and a wonderful grain
wus the result. A head of this
wheat l at McMlnvllle. On each
single stock thirteen separate hwtds
spring forth. It Is n wonderful y
prolific grain and Oregon could
raise at least 100 bushels to tho acre.
It U a spring wheat.
al AsasliU Cars.
Th ORIGINAL AHIETINL
OINTMENT la only put Up lu large
tfeu-ounou tin boxes, and la an
uLnoluto cure for old sorea, burn,
wounds, chapped hand, aud all
klu eruption. Will positively
cure all kind of pile. Aakfortbe
ORIGINAL AHIETINE OINT
MENT. Bold byD.W. Matthew.
& Co., 106 SUte street, Balem, kt 22
,-euU per box by buU 80 csmta.
Important Events sT the Whole World
for TWiily-four Hours.
Masquerading as a Hoy.
St. Louis, Mo,, Dec. 4. Miss
Laura Hitter, ft cultured young
Indv rrsldlne near SnrltiKuetd, Mo.,
Is In tho hands of tho police, charged
with masquerading In boy's ciotnea.
the young lady tolls tho following
"My father Is W. II. Hitter, a
farmer and boo raiser near Sprlng
finld. I sllnnml on a suit of my
brother's clothes nnd walked from
the fnrmtoSprlngllold, a distance-
of three miles. It was cold nnd I
had no overcoat, but I had to walk
very fast to mnko the train, and I
did not feel tho cold. I hail bor
mwiHl J20 from ono of my brother
aud purchased a ticket to St. Louis.
It was my Intention to como hero
nnd secure employment In n photo
graph gullory. Perhaps Iwas mis
taken, but supposed that, dressed as
a man, I could secure omploymon
more readily. I now boo I mado a
mistake, and am willing to return
Miss Hitter Is 20 yeara of ago and
Tory pretty. She was picked up nt
once, as tho train men discovered
Attempted Train Wrok,
Backamiinto, Dee. 4. An nt
tnnint was made to wreck tho Ore
gon Express, which arrives lcro
from tho north. At n point, just,
this side of tho American river
bridge two tics were found on tho
track by tho engineer of a freight
train, which wuh moving slowly
toward this city. An examination
showed 'Unit. Iho Hplkos luuMaiou
removed from tho rati and tics so
arranged as to derail tho train. Tho
olwtructlon no doubt was Intended
to throw tho express off tho track
for tho purposo of robbery. Tho
train usually runs at a high rate of
speed nt this point, and would have
gone over an onbatikment and an
A Talking Dully Mawapaper.
Ni:w Yohk, Dee. 4. Edison
promises his phonograph to a curi
ous practical use. His Intention Is
to furnish his subscribe with a
talking dally nowsjwiicr. Tho little
Instrument will bo charged with
thu condensed news of tho day, and
each subscriber can listen to It wltllo
at breakfust. It will sing and play
to them tho latest ojicras, and re
produce tho tones and sayings or
public men with ull tho "thunders
In tin Mount.
Wakhinutos, Dee. 4. In tho
Hoiiutu to-day tho varloun annual
reports, Including that of tho secre
tary of tho treasury, were presented
nnd appropriately referred. Numer
ous bills wore Introduced and referr
ed, Including; ono for tho construc
tion of two Btctl rams to Ihj iinned
with heavy rifled dynamite guns,
and ono for the construction of two
steel cruisers to bo armed with dy mi
The Coroner's Imiiat,
Poutlanp, Dee. 4. Tho coroner's
Inquiry on tho bialyofMol Hlng,
one of the victims or Sunday's
bloody fight, was concluded this af
ternoon. Wong Sing was charged
with tils murder. Tlw Inquest ou
tho body of Ah Sue, nnothor victim,
will bo held to-morrow morning.
Admit Ilia TarrtturUs.
WahiiinotoK Dee. 4. At a dem
ocratic cuueus, to bo held somo time
this week, Congressman Springer
will urge that all tho Territories bo
admitted at onoe according to tho
provisions of the bill whluh ho re
ported from tho Committee on Ter
ritories, last winter, This hill ad.
mils the whole of Dakota as u statf,
llank Kxanilnar Appointed.
Wahhinoton, Dee. 4. Wm. II.
Heald of Delaware has been ap
pointed examiner of national banks
for Oregon aud tho territories of
Washington, Idaho and Montana.
IlowUycmr appetite? Are you nervoua
or irriubteT Ar you Ui btllkw
neasT Dr. Ilsntey's Dandefwn Teale work
wonders. It makes tho wuk aud alkly
stroag, builds up the whole system and
mu new life and energy Into yiMi. Try It,
Moid by U, Vi Matlu w I o.
m-ll Ulehlcaa Aea. ChtoTO,Ill.