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SALEM, OT, TCa3R3Y, DECBLVIBBR S, 1SS8.
TTTANTED-A HOY TO WORK ON A
farm. Address or call nt Camtal
jonNAi, office, dlwwl.
SMALLPOX A FRKVENTIVE. THE
preventive for smallpox or any other
cntchlnjr disease Is tho OREGON PEACH
BITTERS. It cleanses your blood nnd
strengthens your system. Every family
should have n bottle in their house. To
Srcvent trcntlns di tease , pall nt yoar
rueelst or address H.KLAS,
No. 21 F St., Portland, dr.
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Work promptly done at reasonable rates.
Orders lea nt Capital Journal offlce
will receive attention. 9-U-tf
FOR BARGAINS IN
ROTAN & WHITNEY,
102 Court Street, Salem, Oregon
Having bought out the remainder ol tuu
chair factory's stock, wo nro prepared to
sell chairs lower than any house In Oregon
HUGHES, BEIffGER ,&;C0
1XCHANUED FOR OREGON, WASH:
I ngton Ter.orCnlllornin real estate. For
Information nddrcss us at either of tho fol
lowing otllcost Palestine, 111.; Knnsas City,
Mo.: Salem, Or.: 1'prtlnpd, Or. Salem ottlco
at BelllnBer'J-lrtaclilnery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty street! Portland office In
the rootnsoftheStattJ'nrimlgratlon Hoard,
corner ofKrqntnnd Ash, Streets. L3tf
I,. S. SKIFF & CO.
Ofllco near It hie
'oy the painless pro
CITY MEAT MARKET
DjC. Howard, proprietor,
STATE VnBEBT. SALEM. OREGON.
xa-l kinds of fresh nnd cored meats
i5iS toll wetaMJ-d a square
'' For Sale.
A good iron'flrame Horse !;' Boo
tor Sll uses, from one to full $'$.
All for the low price L,fr rrt Ing
, ME SANITARliT"
k-pttho treatment of all diseases of men
rv nnd women
DBS. GILBERT & WE3IP
Medicated vapor baths, .oxygen inhnlaj
tlons, electro magnetism, me "
sprays, etc. Office and sanitarium in uw
Uonsuiuuiou w ' -
Ia Lo lib
W. MOl.. A " T
mi.A n W W J'hlffipSaCj
roaring In the ears.
gyroptoms, others omy P"
only part- ,
Aim nn v u i"
iir k T7T.T54 L.
PJllTAl n. --
D W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
ILatc or the Monroe House
Monroe & Bell,
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers,
From SI to S3 per day.
SALES! ' - - OREGON.
1 H II.
Mcnls.30 cents: board. S3 per eek. No
Chinese employed. "
fin uunmerciai oi. i,
uedtr: J ,.
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Real Estate Bargains.
Sl.UOO 160 ftcre,4,. miles from O A C dc-
irtt - f?vu1 Itnnaf ham lttiu
orchardyiKcnccd, and y In cul-
82,000 JS0 'acres, 'i miles from Salem.
UUCHl PMU 11 Wnu. .iu,u.v-
tniiit. r.itr. Ktne fruit land.
$5,490 8.S' acres Ztf miles from Baleuj.
lpjo Dniiaing uuimiu """
'nil ' fenced. Make1 n desirable
$2,500. tWaercs,4 miles ftorn Knlcm. Im.
ot chord, anu garaen lnnu
pniVClllUlIlO KWM. riliu vuj
1(V i.vm T tnllM frrim Knlem.
"lllll land, finely watered. Hell
trt lots of 40-acro tracts at fii per
675 acres, 6 miles frotn Salem.
Excellent grass nnd fruit land,
adjoining Wlllamctto rlier.
Wit sclUn tracts.
5Ucres,4mues of Salem. House,
barn nd orchard. Lnrgesprintr
ot llin door. Good Bell, and
$2 400 BOncres, 5 miles 'of 8alcm: Reed
' ' wmri- nell linnreved: stream
plenty of tlmbor.
running thtoheh the place,
.MnA ijv J. It nillM r.ttKln
WV- ,- vi-iTouio, barn and
orchard, iju in nmireu,
,10 acres, linllo from Saleni. ad-
joining fair ground. Good land;
nnce oalt gnb pasture land
40 acres, a mwvs o",1-:'"' "
cultlatlon; no buildings; near
. i, F r,.. nil Iti
BtUOOl IlOUhe, ,WB.-ucu. .."..
St 000 S70 acres, 0 miles from A C It It;
barn, nnd small orchard; lag
acres In culthatlon. i
- ,50 Jllots.witn gooajiuuanndbarn,
S,.ou jmVjolem. Desirable location.
We have besides this a large llsf ""city
r.i f,.rm nroncrty. Buj era would do well
?o can andxlimine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS A OHAMBKllLlN,
Opera House, Court fat.,
BLACKSM1TH1XG and HOUSESHOEING.
2SSK 312 and 314 Commercial SU, Salem.
J.Tri Ml Y -
7. . ,' -m A,btWr IUve you an i ex-
C H. Monroe, j;i
Have you lost i
ime nave u .
r- . ia' .ill i .
- viiow dlreo" -
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Absolutely R '
lpnl art 'nWrV.rtf? iili,&tftoi
vcanomli-Ujhiin tho ocflUiivrv.V.JiP
cnnnoi' n sohi in couiihiimmi h. mw
POWDBli C'rt., llHi Wnll.Y,
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HAN FRANCISCO, Nqv, 1st, 1SSS.
Messrs. WELLEU BROA, .
Salem, vrccuit j
(ii-ntlenieii! We had the plenstira n
ceutlyof nnKlnvtfJilpmept t"ou, of gnr
new " White, Cross" Extr'ts, and send
you by maU.to-Uy -ery, no.t show card
which we would HUo jou tu pl.ieo proiul"
ncntly In jour store, and which will call
lJji;iltentlon oflimtr Inirtc to Jhe.goods.r?-,
jjflisbeejpMpInleptliui fursointj tiovcj
past to pUwi upon tho mnrl.ct tho finest
Unqof Uavqrlwrwfnictmip.inufactvirvd l"
tilts country, nnu liner inoiuns im nuiu
nnrl "Tivrliiinntlnir with the 'Hromlheiit
brnnd.s, npw before the lnihlh wo lucent
last'succcded In placing beftire you u.jual
Itji w hlch bej opd 3oubU luts. rfn suporjior.i
you that you can uiihejjtn(lp(y -recommend
them to our customers as the llnest
that onuipossllily boonianufuclured. .Tho
1 .....1 .t..ln .Hiiinnilll' Im a.tlfll .IX lO
attract attentIon,ud we predict that w hen
our,trad;e havo tested tuo quuiuy i i""
gqodyourjipior" v,n5r't''f "v""il"
xt-nt bo largo,
HvcomnlvinB with our reiuu-st jouwlll
confer a favor upon yours truly,
A. SCHILLING A CO.
IlKAI.HIl IS ,
WATCHES, CWCKS AND JEWELRY.
Keeps on hnuda lnrgo assortment of Jew
elry, Watclieh Clocks, etc, Repairing
pmmptly done nnd warranted. I wlligUo
the best bargains In watches ofnnydeiilo
Inthe Wlllamctto Milley. 7.n-w
1891 THE CULTIVATOR iJgfl
" TurPT5T OF THE
I .1.-14 , :-' ! -; J
Farm Crops and Processes,
Horticulture and Fruit-Growing
... . i Uye-Stoek and Darying,
Whllo It ol Include nil mljWd.f.?Sl!; !
'ten?!? H.lJKS,,Sfdvi!SlS!K. $X
luadinic. ImMlcrfonyn' '""
ruriu u ur" !'" . -vr (z; ' i.v.. ...,n
fuy t tbeevn. 01 m -, T--. '-r-s;,
lort urn 'on
irir Crorej -rhHtarlpiW;h i t-.g,
. . - !....
-r .11 Vm Huimertbr for 1SM9.
mrt'y :".;-. ui uwIIIm
.. culr timAiA Of
FM.r. ww ... -i"-." ---
msfv ImL. IWi w
of tho Drs. Darrin of rortland,
1 He Hn Takrn Rooms nt the Che
I mekrte Houi Vor llrleT
To Hhow hb contldenoo In trvatluir
the ntck ho kindly oners to treat freo
ofchnrgo all who may apply be
tween the lwurs of 9 and 10 a. m.
daily, until further notice. Ho
ninifM tr in Indenesl with tcstim'on-
litis from people living in this ptato
and people whose veracity no ono
can doubt; a few of which we hero
present and could fill our paper with
them If space did not forbid. Pa
tients desiring treatment will do
well to call at onco, as many need
more than one treatment. .
The uoclow Booniii iuio ioimwiug
K.KTRAOT OF TESTAMQNIAUS:
Mrs. E. Ahlf; 10CN". 14th street,
Portland, cttretl after lilno doctors
had failed of painful menstruation
and womb trouble in every eoncelv
ablo way, general debility, pain thro'
tho heart and luugsi. '
J. W. Tumwait, Albany, o
(fonnerly ofMon, Waaco Co., Or.)
curvilofati ngravatetl twso of rheu
matism and spinal complaint.
Myrun OtN, Twenty-First street,
East Portland, deafness cured in
H. II. Rice, 32 R. street, Portland,
heart disease, three months since.
Mrs. Mary Cljne, West Union, Or.
(formerly of guuvles Island, Or.,)
complication of tlisettses peculiar to
her sex: liver and .kidney trouble,
rheumatism and dyspepsia restor-
airs. Haniiah Rellley 140 Eighth
street, PortUnd, female diseases,
cured 10 years Ago by Drs. Darrin.
D. Campbell, Fiillcrton, Ogn
savs ho would not take 10,000 for
the cure ho received by Dr. Dnrrln.
His trouble originated in three
small lumps or tumors coming on
the arm, Which lemlerod ins arm
and hand perfectly helpless for one
James J. McCownn, 127 l.'lth fit.,
Portland, heart disease, palpitation
tiud general nervous dulilllty cured.
Fanny Kennedy, Walla Walla, W.
'P. Roth eyes crossed since a child,
cured In .'10 second.
Vol lia Webster, Western, Umatil
la county, Ogn., Caturrli cured.
Oooriro II. Hamilton, 2 Btnrlt St.,
Portland Stoppage of the tearnluct,
Miss' Iiucy Morgan, Monmouth,
Otrn., Cross-eye, stralghteiieM'ln ono
E. Anderson, Balom, Ogn., Cat
arrh seven years, cured.
C. Hleso. near Fullurton, Orecon,
Liver and Kldiny trouble, ill.zl
ncss and pains over the whole sys
tem, restored to health.
Mrs. M. Robe, 118 "Water street,
Portland Pimples anil blotchcH on
the face for years pains In tho Imck
nnd dizziness iecullar U her sex.
cured. Her son was cured of cross
Mrs. W. H. Austin, The Interna
tional Hotel, Portland C'oiillmiil o
her room nine inontlu with an eyo
allllctlon, willed "nervous liberation
of light," uccompanled wiin inna-
Itnv. M. XI. Iltulior. Rrooks, Ogll.,
Nasal and throatcitarrh, cured.
Wm. Altnow.DrewBey, uraut t.
Or.-Cnturrh. deafness and rilling
- - rf
III till? vnttf iui wwvj rf--.
w...i... fin. v. a. rormoriv oi tuu
hotel, Kalem, how restd-
,nl? ( Moscow, Itiain-cumi oi bui-
iBti(. rlieuiuutum anu um i'""
a MtiLaughlin, voruor of iOth
and Jetrerson streets, Portland
C'utarral ilfa, could hir
asouuditnd vvm In oonsuint ir ui
lieliiK run over by wagons, cureu so
he can hear ordinary wmvorsatlon.
mn. h. WixmIIii'm iflrl. 01 Fifth 8t,
Portteml Nervous debility and
malarial. fovcVtfnd duwlutrglng wr,
OKKIOK IIOUWI AJfp PLACK or
Dn. Drrln an b oowiUod fre
at tne Chemeketo Hotel, Salem, Or.,
December 3d to December 22d only.
They will muter no circumstan
ces take n case they cannot cure or
benefit. Charges are reasonable,
and tho poor treated freo from 0 Ito
10 a. m. dally. Omco hours from ju
to 4 dally; evenings, 7 to S; Sun
.lnvs. 10 to 12. All curable
chronic dlstft9es,Jloss of mauhood,
bloo.1 taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rlinn. stricture. Rnerniatorrha'iu
seminal weakness, or loss of sexual
power In man or women, catarm ur
deafness, re coundcutlally nnd
successfully treated. Cures of pri
vate diseases guaranteed. Circulars
sent freo. .Most eases can receive
homctrcatmont after a. visit at the
And Notes or a General
terwt to tho Westerner.
Ttm iwwtnl dniuirtmcnt has nmut
cd Spokane Falls aiid Walla WttHa
free mall delivery.
The entire yield of hops for tho
state Is estimated at between 12,000
and 20,000 bales.
Wnktakum county Is the smallest
county. In Washington Territory.'
It contains l.r0 squaro miles of land.
A bill has been l-itroduced in this
sesaloli of congress providing for tho
division of California Intotwosiates.
O. P. Reardsloy'a crop of 4."),000
pounds of hops which ho sold for
$8,500, was raised on twenty-one
acres of ground.
Diphtheria Is raging in the town
or llloomvllle, Cul. A numbtjr of
dcatl's have occii-red and tho
schools have been cloesd.
At tho last session of congress a
bl'l was passed tor the establishment
or six life-saving stations on tho
Pacific coast, four of which are to
be on tho coast of Oiegon and Wash
Tho last act In tho removal of tho
county seat of Yamhill county will
take place on tho 7th of January,
when tho records will Imj removed
front Lafayette and placed In the
now court house at McMlnnvHIif.
For several weeks the Linn county
treasury has bo-n empty and the
county was compelled to Imrrow
t2.rj00 for running expenses. About
$8000 iu taxes collected by thoHhoritl
has been turned over to the treasurer
and tie county is again In funds.
nn. Riilton. a llrsb-cluHS minor,
and an old resident of Sliver City,
Idaho, returned tliere nisi wcejt
from nn Alaskan tour or a
year or more. He comes back fully
Impressed that tuere are uotier nun
Ins countries, at least for minors,
Al. W. Herren wUl take about
..i...,. Mi.,.,,., 1 1, Portland from Kn
)em for Christmas. Home of thum
will weigh as high as i!M pounilii..
This Is reinarkablo welgltt for Hhecp.
Iist year M.-. Herren .frnlshed
some sheep thut weighed as h'gUiiM
y u Hire, t Villi).
Wahiii.mitoM, Dec. 0. ItopVeseu
tatlvo Htino of Kentucky intro
duced i. Joint resolution proposing
an unii'iidiuont to tho Constitution
nrovldiuir tlmu tin President ana
vi...talrldent Ih ohoseu uvoiy
fourUi vour bythu dlrett voider
A imragraph or tuo joihi resoiu
ii.. i. rnrhldstho hnldliig of any local
or Htate elections, except for incin-
lwrs of Congress, on mo uuyw:
uiHirt for the oloctlou of President
and Vice-President. Tho election is
to tako place on tho Hrst 'i ticwiuy
Mklra Aral 81'.
The bet luilve In the world' ro.
puts, liruix, sort, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblain, oonu, and all nklu erui
tlous, and positively cure piles, or
no pay required. It U guaranteed
In give perfect satUfactlon, or money
refunded. Price 26 cento per box.
For ule - Dr. H. W. Cox.
i4 tr ! nn4ti.tr on of the
dim-ttdl- rilh mjjlp.lo Here, but
hut-ally rlfy4V IU u.
MoW by II. W. Mtliwi Co.
Iaporlant Events of Itie Whole World
lor TnCuiy-iaur nours.
A Coast Representative.
Wasiunoton, Dec 0. There
have been two names suggested.
since tbo meeting of Congress ns
mou eminently (piallllea to mi ito
Inct niileeH in case General Harrison
hould determine to glvo tho Paclfle
Const n ronresentatlvo. They are
Charles N. Felton, of r3anFranclsco,
present representative from tno nui
district of that State-, and Joseph Is.
Dolph, Senator from Orogon.
Hmmtor Dolnh would mnko an
oilmirablo Secretary of tho Interior,
but his chances for continuing in
hl present position are so good that
ho would doubtless, be reluctant to
resign tho Senatorshlp to go luto
A Mhuutluit Atrray,
EutivuNi Dee, 7. iNows was re
ceived liere Wtdnesday ovenlug
ttiat a shooting atlVay had token
place near Florence, Sunday fore
noon last, lu which Frank Rawllngs,
iv young uumarrjod man of !?5 ,ycara
of agu was probably' fatally shot by
W. H, Harrington a man of, iibout
1)0 y vara of ugo. Tho nqws was conr
llrmed by ConstaoluD. P. Shepherd
arrlvlug.Thurstlay uipruiiig with tlje
man Harrington. wh( hud done Mio
shootug, turning him over to the
custody ofSIuulll' Sloan.
Uoimtellntlun r Authors.
Nkw York, Dee. 7. Jonquil!
Miller. Eil Ward Everett Hale, Lo
Wallace, Maurice Thompson and
Franklin File have agreed to write
live associated works or fiction, to
appear in January. Tho protlts of
tin. tuii.iipu.iUMi will be eoually ill-
vldeiL Miller will write of early
California days. Halo will locate
his story In New England, Thomp
son in St. Ijiuis, mid FIlo writes
about New York City.
A Cull for Mllltlu,
Jki'jisusos City, Mo.,, Dee. 7.
Oovenior Morehouse- received a tele
gram from Shurltr Mydu this after
noon Informing nini tnai nu is
powerless to cpjitrol tho, 9itflaws of
thu coal strikers at Reaver, lie in
vokes tho aid of tho uuii, and urges
tho uovernortu send nulltlii U pre-
wrve thu peace and protect tho llve
and property or tho cltuens.
Ckunu of Venue.
PoiiTfiANi), Dec. 7. Thoattorntya
for three coudomued Chinese, mur
derers now lying In tho county Jail,
who wore granted it now trial ny mo
supremo court, made a motion for a
change uf venue, claming that last
Sunday's shooting au'alr had stirred,
up prejuillco against them. The
motion will bo argued.
Tnknii to Ilia Asylum.
BiroKANK FAi.lJf, Dec, 7,-MiJor
George W. Rarter, late managing
editor of the Review, left to-day for
Btulhuioom, where- ho will bo placed
la charge of tho asylum atithoritlcH
for tmituiciit. His frluuds bollovo
tlvut a few weeks of rest and quiet
In tlmt retreat will restore hi
I'rr.uliitf In Itoutli,
(iWRIiiu;, Dee, 7. Thu bHUoH of
three porsoim out of tho live who
left Claspo basin imv small boat for
Dartmouth rivor, last week, have
lien found In the boat, frozen stilt.
liThe otlior two who refused (o con-
ttlnue tho trip after starting, wore
Rakkr City, Dee. 7.-friio Jury
in tho case of tho state vs. Arthur
Hallam, for tho inurtlor of Rud
Douglas nt CruekorClty lostSeptem
nor, returned a verdict of until
slaughter. Hullam will ls sentonc
oil Wall Udm.
Lima. O.. Dee. 7. The Btandartl
Oil Comirtiny will soon beglu tho
cdnstruotlotjofaplpollno from this
city to St. LouU for tho transporta
tion of oil for distribution over me
Southern and Southwestern. State.
A Kid dlrtotlim wllijoumpielltB nd
tvo iil IrrmuUr pPll
i,rw k,lvl. vi by all iHHins
i- H.ulov's fmndirttow Tuut
it i.ics... y r.
Hold by P.
1 0S STATE ST.. SALEM, OR , juAm.