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CAPITAL
JOURNAL.
VOL. 1.
mBBacifnr.TuwarjcOTami j urarii r i .. Tr n
SALEM, OR., 'miJRSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1888.
NO. 23G
MISCELLANEOUS.
OREGON
-THE
FRUIT
DRYER
G H. MOXROE, J IL V llEl T
Late of thellonroe House. ' "
Monroe & Bell.
-I'roprleton
Chemo
ieto Dote
9Pi
(Hevolving;raekfrainc)
Is Simple of Construction,
AND
EASY OF OPERATION.
Awarded lint premium nt the Oregon
State Knur 183.V84-85-,S6,87 nnd at the Cali
fornia. Stato Fair, 1837. und ban Joaquin
County Fair, 1887.
Manufactured In Hlxlsizcs. For circular
And price lint address
H. S. JORY & SON,
1. O. Box 28S. Salem, Oregon
43-Dryer Furnaces furnished .Ave .sizes
FREE BUS.
Sample Roorrs for Commercial Travelers.
From SI to S3 per day.
BALUM - - OREGON,
104-tf
niipHjvril. Items.
TljH llrfcilii.R: ill ptoplwu
co'iidmiffl:'
AnvIloiiiijiTittoii yoV llenl over
the ,iieotJoi( or llelllefs, fcoirder,
last Monday night,
Rums Bohaniinn; for-, whom
warrant nmi oven
orderly conduct ut
..- j
ISUIM
TT.
for dis-
camjmicetlng
last mimhiei, appeared before. Justice
Wiiliiajtii Saturday aid svftf dls-
S-
wnmgly
i- -
nitsseiij I he papers Were
gotten Up.
Iu.tiio 'clly election on tlu :ird
ilist.,,ll.T. Jlarriswas t:l-c:tuit may
er: wl IS, Mwt..ouiiit,iniaii In tho
flratiwanb, Jt Ex Henp'.e mid Mr.
DRS.DARRIK ARRIVED.
0u f the Drs. Dsrrin-of Portland,
Has Arrived.
ti
lint Taken ltootns
mekcte Huum. For
nt dtp . elic
it Ilrltr
KELLEY BROS.,
l'ROl'RIETORS OF
il
HUGHES, .BELLINGER &, CO,,
REAL ESTATE
BOUGHT-JttfD SO.M.
EASTERN PROPERTY
EXCHANGED FOU. PREQON, WASH'.
Ington.TcXfOrQjiil.ftjrula.real estate. For
at Pehlnijer.V machinery depot, near the
cuy nan, t,iDeriy street: rortiana omcom
the rooms of UjoStatc. Immigration Hoard,
corner of Front nnd Ash streets. 173tf
MealsJO ronta? hrvarrt 4.1 iu. rw.lr
Chinese employed.
219 Commercial Ht.
HW-dtf.
No
Chapman were ted N. V. Allen
!: P. Netm, i elected hi Spuria1
jvnnL-li" Hamilton, V. T. Rrva'n
RtfR BBll: Barffliins.
i,..
$2,000
f5,4M..
L-. S.
r '
SKIFF&CO.,
PKNTIST3.
Office near It hie
Opera House.
Teeth extracted
by tho painless pro
cess.
MARKETS.;
CITY MEAT MARKET
DV fr Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET. . SALEM. OREGON.
-All kind of fresh, and cured meats
alwavaou hand, full welghtjind a square
deal all nrlund.
$2,500....
-V
W,180..
' in v
810,800-
1,375
,l(aci'e,ImlleifromO ACde-
porji upoa uouse, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and In cul
tivation. Su acres, A miles from Salem.)
Good road to torjik Improve
ments fair.. Flao fruit land.
S acres IK miles, i from Salem.
xr uiuimngs. wpicnaui lmiti.
an lcncea,
home.
..CpncreH 4 miles from Halcm, Im
provements good. Fine young
orchard, nnd garden land.
..190 acres, 7 miles from Halem.
HiUIiinrt, finely watered, Sell
In lots pr 4(kcre tracts ut fij per
acre.
C75 acre, 8, miles fromt Salem
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining 'Willamette river.
Will tellln tractH.
..Slacres,lQles of Balcm.. House,
niH(-Ij.,ili Starr In thini'wnnl weru
tied; U, H ik'tluTs, rewnler and
JJryan iimi-.sli'al.
nrii'r.inD uW-riiiMis,
.. .v 'l ',
, A, 11. Uleatoti luw heen to Port-lftiitU
, l'rjif. Hrfui o .Corv
Timnkslyfng with
Jitd- tTlrliii,
lii.s father,
MieA Ajriits Jucksoil ol" thM pfftctV
af A'osetlaTj V T.', vIh'Miijj' Iut
lter,' Alp.' Ir, L'yunuri'l.'
1
John lVrnull Is havimr hli huurfe
oiilarctt!. W'lien comiilotL-d ln will
hXwono or tht' nwitot homed in
town.
I sell in tractH.
barn and orchard. Lnrgesprlns4
ac tno aonr, itooa boh, ana
plenty.of timber.
$2.400 laiaorcs. -S mllea of .Salem; good
road; well Impreved: stream
running through thq place.
SfiO.OO 400 acres (4 miles west side O &
C It R ) good house, barn and
orchard, 1J0 In cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pasture land.
JS0O ..10 acres, 1 mllo from Salem, ad
Joining fair ground. Good land;
no Improvement!.
.. m. if. n.i C ...II.U finl.n.i nil It.
tlUU......1U lien:-", U llllltn ...v..., -
cultivation; no buildings; near
RCiiool nousc. ,r.xceucui iruu
land.
JI.0O0 170 acres, 6 miles from O AC R R;
' .... j..nn. .paII triifnrod ll'illMf.
fill it.-ilLT.-u, nt.. n....w. -.
barn, ond small orcharo
acres In cultivation,
tir cujor mill contiiiuo.s to do
Make n deslntble n good bnshlC) using: htl'.iin power
for tjCrindin- tho iidt-s uni liy
tl'ra'u 1 iif prwviu ro for extracting the
Tho doctors itDijiluii of ."thu
IsUHtinj-ly hi'althy" Httjte of the
community. Alee t'oyle 4tiul- tho
InfAiVf mitt of John DonoU being the
only oiiVrf oil tliOihidc lint.
A petition 'to ' the ' tnunty iimrt
asking for a ehango in tile Iliihb.ud
road distrk't Ih beintr eireulatlon and
freely signed. Two year.s aao when
the county was re districted, tlie
clianguthen made has not proved
Nitisfaetory to the road workers
it r i , i
nere.
Au'WutlJ l.rgl Opinion.
For Sale.
Agoodtron frame Horse Power. Gfood
tar nil. uses, from onoto full Eff UJ;
Ul for the low price of SSO. Calj I utttw 1'
crflc CId, Vinegar A Fruit I-resening
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
THE SANITARIUM
Tor the treatment of all diseases of men
und women
DRS. GILBERT & WEMP
Medicated vnpor baths, oxygen Inhala
tions, electro magnetism. ."d.llS
sprays, etc. Office and sanluiritim In the
liank block. Consultation free. liwaw
si,7oo .1 lots, with goou houseaii
East Salem. Itestruble lo
Wo have besides this a largo list o' city
and farm property, lluycrs would do ell
to call and examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CHAMHERLIN.
Openi House, Court St..
n-20tf Salem, Or.
' K. llninbridi'U Mundav Kso..
; iMfOomitv Attv'.. Cljiv Co.., Tex., nik:
'ttT,v.. iiu.'A KIiM'trW- Hitter u-ltli
cnti'on' ' I'lfv' '"'Pl'.V rertults. My brotli6r
BLICKSM1T1IING and HORSESHOEING.
SCRIBER&POHLE
288K 812 and 314 Commercial St, Balem.
10-1-tf
aim witH very low with Malarial
Fever and Jaundice, hut was cured
hvtlmuly um of this medieine. Am
w'ltiRlk'd Kleetrlc llitteia f.ivetl IiIh
life.."
Jir. D. T. WileoAHon, of llorso
Cave, Ky., Hilda a like testimony,
saying! lie positively believes he
would have died, had It not been for
Kleetrlc Hitters.
This great remedy will ward oil, I
an well as cure all Malarial DiHtiutu,
and for all Kidney, I.lver and
Stomach Disorders stands unequal
ed. Price 60c, nnd $1, at Dr. II. "V.
Cox'a Drug Store.
;
iwocil'l.
V.
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(thermal'
Cud nt Ciyvu2
ARirTtNETMED-J
P)1
$'
ai
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in- .fITttni
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CURt ' "SA.
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vm
how
AVE5YOUIA
ceMlv
2&$83&
e 8ecren9a.W'.y"3.'r1 eaufnlUenl onr"- ; --j, eIIlorylm.
L"!BStftt?.Sr
bead, drynew ur " -Ai-hi ine nave wi ine
awklnir.
m-t r:
L"u.8 ,'""' IZ'jr" .nf the
sense qf pmeUT U your breath foul 7
symptoms, other oniy .
r,. ...... ,...f. .nd smell, reworesniio. i-. u B ,
.SfIJKSr'ndBluaiittouM. r- -
teed bv D. W. MATTHEWS A vo.
'?iTtoNeTheCurrh.n
Cat-R-Cure
To show his confidence lit ircating
tho sick he kindly offers to treat free
u eoarge an who may npjiiy ih
tween the hours of 0 and1 10 a. ni
dally, until further notice, ife
conies to tw ladeueil wttli testimony
ials frnm jKople living lti tills fta't'e
and (Ksiple whose veracity no opq
can doubt; a few of which wo Werjj
nresl'nt and could till our tmiwr with
them if space did not forbhl, l'a-
ttents desiring treatment will uo
well to call nt once, n's hiah'y need
more than one treatment.
Tho doctors submit the following'
KXTUACT OK TSTAMONIALS:
Mrs. K. Ahlf, 100 N. 14th street,
Portland, cured after nlno dootors
had failed of painful menstruation
and womb trouble In every conceiv
able way, general debility, pain thro'
the heart nnd lungs.
J. AV. Yuniwnlt, Albany, OS",
(formerly of Moro, Wnsco Co., On)
cured of an agravated caso of rheu
matism and spinal complaint.
.Myran Otis, Twenty-First street,
Kast Portland, deafness cured in
live minutes.
Ji. 11. Rice, :i2 ll. street. Portend,
heart dinease, tlireo months shice.
Sirs. Mary Cllno, West Union, Or.
(formerly of Sail vies Island, Or.,)
tsomplicatlon of diseases peculiar to
flier sex: Hvtr and kidney trouble,
rheumatism and dyspepsia restor-
ed.
Mrs. I Ian imh Rellley 140 Eighth
street, Portland, female diseases,
cured 10 years Ago by Drs. Darrln.
1). Campbell, Fullerton, Ogn.,
sa s he would not take $JO,000 for
t lie cure lie received l'y DrDiirrhi.
His troubjo originated in tjiree
small ImnpH or, tumors (fining on
tho arm, Which rendered his ami
and .hand perfectly helpless for olio
year.
James J. McCownn, 127 1.1th St.,
Portland, heart disease, palpitation
and general nervous debility cured.
Fanny Koitnedy, "Walla ValIn, W.
T. lloth eyes crossed since a child,
cured In .10 seconds.
Vol n n Webster, Western, Umatil
la county, Ogn., Catarrh cured.
George II. Hamilton, .12 Stark: .St.,
Portland Stoppage of tho tear-duct,
cured.
Miss Lucy Morgan, Monmouth,
Ogn., Cross-eye, straightened in one
minute'
13. Anderson, Balom, Ogu., Cat
arrh seven years, cured.
(. lllese, near. Fullerton. Oregon,
Liver and Kldn-jy trouble, dfoz'-
nosd and pains over the wholo sys
tem, restored to health.
Mrs. M, Hebe, 141 Water street,
Portland Pimples and blotches on
the face for years imlim In tho back
and dizziticM peculiar to her sex,
enroll. Her son was cured of crow
eyes.
Mrs. W. H. Austin, Tho Interna
tional Hotel, Portland Con'll ned lo
her nxiiu nine mouths with an eye
nftilutloii, called "nurvous itborutiou
of light," accompanied with Ililla-
nt tno Chemekete Hotel, Salem, Or.,
December 3d to December 22d only.
They will under no circumstan
ces take n ease they cannot ciiro or
benefit. Charges nro reasonnlile,
and tho poir treated free from 0 to
10 a. m. dally. Ofilco hours from 10
to 4 daily; evenings, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All curablo
chronic dlseascs'toss of ntanhootl,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rhoea, stricture, spermatorrhiva,
ncmlunl weakness, or loss of soxun
lowef In manor women, ctVfnrrh or
deafness, are confidentially and
successfully trcntedi Cures of pri
vate diseases guaranteed. Circulars
sent free. Most eases can recelvu
homo treatment after a visit at tho
Doctors otUce.
OCCIDENTAL JliTtlXtlS.
Sows And Xoles of a I General In
terest lofthe Westerner.
California flmmniumib.tmaumm
A.mtll.nnorl& fJTa. cure I guamn-
pleasant to u?. rwwwu...
-RECOMMENDED.
o
T.imv.ofNewMrkaty,r'.' ' K -, uavo bn
ilthlt
iuiul
tome friends,
AKD OUAIUSTEKD RV
CAPTAIN ClIAMUtO l 'V.V t Kan rTaBW-wi.rWSUBrf (Vl.rmotn.
and Home Insurance voZUYin. A W t "jr-r-.tuUfcitli In lu
i.t dUnHtinc
1'hcenlx
troubled with cnrOTiow.-jj,l& iiwcurow,J-'i"-idrfu
mended jour California ?AT-H-CWJ tbrtfJflftL tBROT
nno are sufferers.
HAN FRAXtlsco, Nov. )tt, IS.
Messrs. WKLLKH IIROX.
Hal'em, Oresm
OcnH,i,mui: - Wo hiuljtOo plnir rw
ccnlly of ijiiiklngkliliimjjnt. (o.on (? r
new " W'iiUp tirr" Ilrut, iuil send
yon by miAl tiwlay n very nwi't show ird
which wo would like ymi to place prmnl-
nently In j-our store, and lilch wlllmll
Ihealtentlnn of your trade to the good.
It has been our Intention for home lime
rwfct to plnre ujioii the market the riuwt
line of t)nyorliii.'.ctraqH jqnnufVI'ired Hi
this country, ami nrr Winjl W tu
I it J.wi.l-h ImiiuI jtniitit hxi ho mnxrlor.
-u-v.- - ..;. .-."- -i-.'i i ..
Wo can not tno nironeiy Mipr(tPlw niuii.iii, rurini.
Bf'UiWrr yt?P3!$yyTf lv. M. M. Uushor, Ilnwlw, Ogn.,
SSffl'MrTOW ' -T1 ,Ml "-"-rrt,l cunMl.
pfeiOAiOr'l.lan"i"ll''"S',,"i'IT "' "' limw,iwiwiy, vjiuiii vw.
sAtrffnjmfuiiMArttlht.r-hW, (Jr. Catarrh, doofiiw ami ringing
l"W.VAfijy Jf in the ears fir twenty years, iwrfuo-
Wlj'affltWiIW -m . -... - A. . .
1i5raropIyUlgwllhfltrnrlv, Xwl Wtwlwy Uruvw, fonnurly of the
ronferajtoruiurHtr. , ciiuimiketo hotel, HhIhiii, now resld-
I ing ui .iiimviiw, jintiio eurwi id mn
, Mtlc rhuuinatlsm und the opium
lml.lt.
('. MeLaughllu, corner of 10th
und Jirorwon sta-uts, Portlaml
Caturrsl (IoHfiiHMi, eon Id her
O!
SOLD
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
lOe STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELL,HEITSHUi.WOODARD,Wholesale:Deoot
Th-. nOT.ES'OOIDBU
issujd M xch and Spt
each year It is an sney-
clopedis. or ussrui mior
mmtion for all who DOT.
sAfM.r$ -H...dW1lwa?lrnsU..rt(-sr or
cjlu etoite jonl (ornisb T.W uciiigrun QVr y vi) vurtHi tt
'&t&tf$W.tt22$33& nhr Ordinary ?pM(Imi.
St. SSbA tto kFJM,ineh3fy Mr. 8. WotxIlnM girl. 01 Ilfth fit,
O&itAfrsX bff.yad laVoS tSf , ...,tl v.....u.- .I..l..lllv u.lil
ir4tiM"'nmUrkl foyuraud rifcehsrgiiig wr,
OWnX. srhti.vs'rV V. M ?PtH , uryn-K
111114 MielUxaa Aveaua, Chlesjjo, UL
PlVCK OK
IIllUtM A XI)
IlL'tiLNUW.
Dn. Drrln ettu be ooihwiIUh!
fre
SnoWils rcxrtcd to bo ten inches
deep in Crook county.
Wnlla Walla Is organlithpanother
building and loan association.
Ashland is six)i t have electric
liglits, to be run by water power.
Several now cases of scarlet fever
have broken out In Eugene the
past week.
At Tillamook there are thousands
offeetofllr lumber drifting upon tho
beach from tho wrecked bark Mnkah.
A ureal maiiv ImmiirrantH are
arriving dally and most of them are
pretty well tlxed tltmncialty from
all appearances.
It Is rumored that an effort will
be made at the next legislature to
have tho statu purchnso and control
the canal and locks at Oregon City.
Malheur county has not been
visited by tho beautiful snow. Tho
Weather Is beautiful and business
Is good at tho county seat ami other
towns of tho county.
Albany's city council is holding
special meetings to consider pro
posed amendments to thu city
charter, preparatory to the presenta
tion of tho same to tho next legisla
ture.
Everywhere smallpox Is abating,
E'cn Portland has less cases than
at any recent date. Up and down
tho valloy not nearly so ninny cases
are reported and the scare, It Is
thought is about over.
There Is quite n smallpox scare at
Coburg, caused by a train man on
the narrow gauge breaking out with
tho smallpox while on the train,
lie had been In Portland attending
his wife, who had the disease,
Tho Astoria and South Coast
railroad company have completed
the sicci Mentions for tho bridge
across Youngs river and as soon as
they are approved by the war de
partment, tlie contract will he lot.
Tho grading contracts will probably
be let at the same time.
Four years ago S. P. Sladdon
(anno to this state and purchased a
pi ceo of laud near Fugeiie City.
Tho laud was uncultivated and had
to Iki cleared. Now he holds the
medal on fruit grown on that samu
ground, which four years ago was
cleared and set out in trees. Just
that circumstance demonstrates
what call lw nccdirfpllsheu ' liY'fiTfH
state In the fruit lino.
The Portland Chinese business
men and merchants have united aiul
are giving tho authorities overy as.
slstauco lu their jsiwef to accomplish
the Work of breaking up al high,
binder societies. Tho name of
every hlghbliider soelrty with IU'
location were given ami tho war of
cxtcrmlnutlon will soon commence.
The Chliminun arc ull ugnjcsl that
active stein should lj taken at
once. NalIoM will Ut immiiiU on
every door ol these hjghufndunju'ai!.
quarters ordering them to dbtbuml
within live days,
At AkMlsi rsrs.
Tht. ORIGINAL AIIIHTINL
1 1 1 NTM JJNT Is only put up li rirgir
twtKiunce (hi bvxes, and U nu
nbpohitoourt) for old ores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, anil alj
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure all kind of plies. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ADIETINE OINT
MKNT. Bold by D.W. Matthews
A Co., 103 8Ut street, Balem, ht 25
cents per box by mail 80 conU.
TELEGUAPHIC TIDINGS.
Important Events ef the Whole World
for Twtuly-four Hours.
Quay Wants Virginia.
Washington, Dee. 5. Senator
Quay ha9 decided to make n light In
the courts for tho electoral vote of
Virginia which ho believes honest
ly bejongs to the republicans, Tho
VoUvot Virginia Is not nccccssary,
b'u't If It belongs to tho republicans
ho desires that they should" h'avo !
Thais all there fa about It, and good
citizens everywhere Bliould . give
him their moral support in his ef
forts to mHjure an honest count of tho
Vote cast In Virginia, Honest men
never fear tho most rigid Investiga
tion, In tho courts or elsewhere of
their actions.
Ho DlduHSIgn It.
Washington, Dee, 6. Tho Pres
ident did not sign a bill which was
sent to htm In tho last days of tho
last session of Congress. Tho bill
pcrmlttou' persons who have aban
doned and relinquished their homo
stead entries lo niako another entry.
Tho measure was got through tho
sentito and house and sent to tho
president, but ho allowed It to fall
of becoming a law for want of his
signature. Senator Dolph proposes
to rc-lntroduco tho bill and secure
Its passage; If oslblc, through the
somite at an early tiny.
Murilorvr lll)o.
, Walla Walla, Dec, 4, tn the
Hlye cas,o his attorneys siibmlttcd u
proposal that the, prisoner plead,
guilty of manslaughter u killing
Peter Morltz, so that sentence on
both charges may lw mado ut tho
sanio time. If this easels not ac
cepted argument on a motion for u
now trial will be made.
Tim Mvunte Hill.
Washington, Dec 6. When tho
tarlll' bill was taken up Harris, of
Tunnesee, moved to lay on tho tablo
tho amendment to tho house bill
proposed by the committee on 11
liauce, which Is the whole senate
bill, und demanded yeas and nays.
Tho motion was rejected by a strict
party vote, Veus l'J, nays 21).
A ltullru.nl HUnatttr.
You.nghtown N. J,, Dee. f.
This morning on thoLnkeport ro)tl
a mixed passenger train collided
with a freight, while both were run
ning forty miles an hour. Roth en
gines and ten ears were wieeked.
A MMlt Loan.
London, Dee. ft Raymond Heath
conservative, yesterday said thatho
belleved that tho government would
at the next session of parliament ask
for a loan of 10,000, to bo devoted
to strengthening tho navy.
As KUtalleatrjr Kittrlilnoirnt.
The eiitortaliimont given last
night by Miss Bliuart, ably assisted
by the inemtsjrs of her class and
others, attracted ipilto a Ixtdy of
listeners to tho University chapel
last evening. Each number Is de
serving of u moro extended notice
than can hero be given. Miss Mary
Chlldors gave a very pleasing ren
dition of Tennyson's "Ruglfl Bong,"
in which she displayed much ability.
The vocal solos of Misses MoKliinoy
uml Qlllliigham wore attractive
features and met with hearty ap
plause. Tho recitations of Misses
Qleason, Lniiiout, Dhnlok and
Rolse, were warmly received and
showed hard study. The oration of
J. FH'guraM and tho declamations
of A. Perlngor and Ragloy woro
meritorious. Prof, Parvln gave one
of his oholco solos, as did also Miss
Hhunrt a recital. Miss Grace Borlbor
gave a rendition of "Tho City Sing
er lu a Country Church," which
captivated the audience and proved
tlie going lady to be an elocutionist
of rare ability.
If we might bo permitted
to make a criticism It would
bo concerning the guttural tone of
of voice which many members
of tho olasH sought to use, Muoh
more pleasing and agreeable to tho
ear Is a pure, clear tone of tho nat
ural voice than a forced, hoarse,
rasping tone whioh apparently bus,
origin lu the upper throat. What U
more grand than u natural voice'.'
Then why dlstlguro It In suuh harsh,
tones.

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