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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 18SS.
U Oirm. Address
ROY TO WORK ON A
or call at Cantai.
smallpox or any other
preventive ror mnallpox
r uikcoko n me uheuuk l'EARH
BITTERS. It cleanser your blood and
strengthens your system. Every family
should havo a bottle In their house. To
prevent treating disease, call at your
druggist or address H. KLA8, '
No. 31 K St., Portland, Or.
0. H. Moxeoe,
fLate nf th tf ... J' " . BKLU
Monroe & Bell,
MI3CELI. ANKO US.
Gcceral House Moving, liaising and
Work promptly done at reasonable ratea.
Orders left at Capital Jouunal offlre
will receive attention. 9-11-tf
SHEEP FOR SALE.
300 hetid of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, address
.A. care Capital Journal oftlce.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From SI to S3 per day.
SALEM - . OREGON.
DBS. DARRIN ARRIVED.
of the Drs. Darrln of Portland,
Ho Hl Taken Itooin at the Che-
mekctn llnu.r For n Ilrlef
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO,,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
-I7XCHANUED FOR OREGON, WASH
lljlngton Ter.orCalllornla real estate. For
lurormatlon addresft uh at cither of tho fol
lowing elllces: Palestine, III.; Kansas City,
at Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
-clly hall, Liberty street: Portland offlcoln
the rooms of the State Immigration Hoard,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 173tf
L. S. SKIFF & CO.
Oillco near th.'c
Teeth cxt meted
tuy the ouinle """
MILLINERY AND FANCY WOODS.
MRS. M. K. WILSON jb
lias a very fine stock, of new millinery,
and Is prepared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In the latest styles, Call and see her new
winter goods and styles.
THE CAPITOL COFFEE HOUSE
Meals,SM cents; board, S3 per week. No
219 Commercial St.
Real Estate Bargains.
U75 Commercial street,
A good Iron frame Horse eF-JL
tor nil uses, from oneto full JJC"&
All for tho low prlco of S. alW" Vrvine
cine Cider, Vinegar & Fruit. reserung
Company's offlce, Bolem, Oregon.
For tho treatment of nil diseases of men
DBS. GILBERT & 1VEMP
Medicated vapor baths, oxygen inhataj
tlons, electro... inagnetlim. .!"
sprays, etc. u F" ".,"'Z io4dw
160acres,n;mIleqfromO AC de
pot. Oood house, barn and
orchard.. Fenced, and In cut-
SO acres, 4 miles from Balcm.
Oood road to town. Improve
ments mir. nneiruitiana.
. 8.) acres 2 miles from Halem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
nil fenced, ilako a desirable
CO acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. Fine young
orchard, and pirden land.
$4,180 190 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
In lots of 40sicre tracts at SB per
$10,800 075 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rlrer.
Will cell In tracts.
Sl175 51 acres, 4 miles ofSalcm. House,
barn and orchard. Largesprlng
at the door. Oood toll, anil
plenty of timber.
$2,400. 120aeres, 5 miles of .Salemjjtood
running iKroiigh the place.
$00,00 400 acres (4 miles wcstsldoO A
w 0 It II) good house, barn and
orchard, 120 In cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pasture land.
S800 10 acres, I mile from Siilem. ad-
Joining fair ground. Good land;
si mo 40 acres, 5 miles Salem; all In
S1.S0U fiction. o buildings; near
school bouoe. JExcellent fruit
ro acres, 0 miles from O AC R II;
nil fenced; well watered. 1Ioiu.
horn, nnd small orchard; IjO
acres In cultivation.
o-vi "Mots, with gooauouseandbarn,
J2,,u0. f'gjiem: Deslrablo location.
We have besides this a large list o' city
oh r.irVniironerty. Buyers would do well
to J"l ana ermine our holdings before,
making their purchases.
WILLIS A CHAMI1ERLIN,
Opera House, Court St..
This ponder never vnrlo-t, , tivirv-1 ol
purity. htrrnctli and wIioIiisoiiiimiku. Mora
rrnnmnlnil than tho ontlniry MmU, and
cannot ho sold In competition with the
multitude ot low tcst.sliort woightnlumor
phiMphntn powder. Sold nnlv In cans.
Hovai, Uakimj PowokkC'o.. lixi Wull,N.Y.
Change in Business! !
BLACKSM1T111XG and HORSESHOEING.
SGRIBKR A POHLB
2S 312 nnd 311 Commercial St., Balem.
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
, - J !i "Your
-2. II II II IrV'l JLII 1VJJAV1U " -
Thnse who have used it remi1
J I'UV.. n Mtllfactlon, and a cm
h ninuure to Infonn
meeting i,--Z , tt
In all atpctl"" OI,"t ouiy will not C,
vdS Convince You
by the AUIETINB
"" a a ..Limr.iHr V '
.r .,..(.-dl lir""Vf-L-. . I- k
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
mfi'STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
Janiiar' 1st, -
We will li'nkf
To show his confidence In treating
the alck ho kindly oners to treat free
ofchnrgo ull who may apply be
tween the hours of 9 and 10 a. m.
dully, uutll further notice. He
comes to us lndened with testlmoa
laU from people livlngUn this etnte
and jKHiplo whose veracity no oue
can doubt; a few of which wo hero
present and could All our paper with
them If space' did not forbid. Pa
tients dcstrlnir treatment will do
well to cull at once, as many need
more tlitui one treatment.
The doctors submit tho following
EXTRACT OF TESTASIONIAI-S!
Mrs. E. Ahlf, 100 N. 14th street,
Portland, cured lifter nltio doctors
bad fulled of painful monstruutlon
and womb trouble In every concelv
alilowny, general debility, puln thro'
the heart and lungs.
J. W. Yumwalt, Albany, OS"
(formerly of Moro, Wusco Co., Or.)
cured of tin agruvuted case of rheu
matism undpinal complaint.
Myrnn Otis, Twenty-First street,
East Portland, deafness cured in
II. H. Itlce. ,12 1$. street. Portland.
heart diseaxc, three months since.
Mrs. alary Cllne, West Union, Or.
(formerly of Sauvles Island, Or.,)
complication of diseases peculiar to
her sex: liver and kidney trouble,
rheumatism and dyspepsia restor
ed. Mrs, Hannah Relllcy 149 Eighth
street, PortUnd, femalo diseases,
cured 1 Blears ago by.JJreJtyirrJu,...,
s.lj.J.ie would not take $10,000 for
tho euro ho received by Dr. Darrln.
Ills "trouble originated in three
small lumps or tumors coming on
tho arm, which rendered his arm
and hand perfectly helpless for one
James J. McCowan, 127 13th St.,
Portland, heart disease, palpitation
and genend nervous debility cured.
Fanny Kennedy, Walla Walla, W.
T. Hoth eyes crossed since a child,
cured In 30 second.
Volna Webster, Western, Umatil
la county, Ogn., Catarrh cured.
George II. Hamilton, M 8tark St.,
Portland Stoppage of tho tear-duct,
Miss Lucy Morgan, Monmouth,
Ogn., Cross-eye, straightened in one
E. Anderson, Salem, Ogu., Cat
arrh seven years, cured.
C. Illese, near Fullorton, Oregon,
Liver and Kldiwy trouble, dlz.l
nossiind pains over the whole sys
tem, restored to health.
Mrs. M. Hebo, 143 Water street,
Portlund Plmplosanil blotches on
tho face for years pains In tho buck
mid dizziness peculiar to her sex,
cured. Her son wus cured of cross
Mrs. W. II. Austin, The Interna
tional Hotel, Portland Confined to
her room nine months with an eye
Tho grent collation of the ,.... thrilling , iiffllotloii, called "nervous ux,ratlou
personal adventure on l '",' JI of llgilt," ItCCOUipunled with Illlla
feSt'i r.'ISSu '-"rSSKi Kp I .nntio,,; cured.
Jmrtul& I Itov. M. M. IJashor, Urook. Ogn.,
iJSWrtlrfim "r'J: ' J throatcatarrh, ot,rod
toiddiwiiMThriiiiant siig ' "Zl'i Wm. Altiiow.Drowsoy, Oront Co.
iwu f iv ' "-JiS . .. .,.. I l.,l,,,.
ur. uuiurni, uoninw " "tM,i
Until that time wc shull oiler our
Entire Stock for CASH at
HEAT Off Own BBITOB
FOR LOW PRICES.
That is Savins
A Good Deal, in
So Short a Space.
And get tho benefit.
Forstncr, Many & Co.
21)7 Commercial St..
J. W. CRAWFORD,
Dealer I n5
and Tin Ware,
Tin, Copper and
- Sheet Iron Ware !
Iluriiblng and Oas Fitting, Hoofing and
Hpoutlng, attended toon short notice.
261 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
I ......,.. Minn nn'MHh !! ill" l)Jh
Iff ehahters. Itroflily lilustrnted t-n
rili. No uthr bjwk at all Ilka it.
n d frcl
T?meforjlinuUttn'r'iic'u urttly cured
rruhdSBiidfrergtftiin'pald. J '
Tk 7ot nf Tills.
In the van for twenty yeurw, jKirfeo-
ut tuo Qhenicketo Hotel, Sidom, Or.,
December 3d to December 22d only.
They will under no circumstan
ces take a enso they cannot cure or
benefit. Charges are reasonable,
and tho poor treated free from 9 to
10 a. in. dally. Ofllco hours from 10
to 4 dally; evening, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All curable
chronic diB0ftsc8,Jloss of manhood,
blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gonor
rhoea, stricture, spermatorrhoea,
seminal weakness, or loss of sexual
power In manor women, catarrh or
deafness, are confidentially nnd
successfully treated. Cures of pri
vate diseases guaranteed. Circulars
scut .free. Most cases can receive
homo treatment after a visit at the
And Notes of a General
terest to the Westerner.
Wetdov Graves, formerly of tho
Chemekute hotel, Halwn, now resid
ing at Moscow, Idaho ourud of sci
atic rhuumntumi uud tho opium
C. MoLaughlln, corner of 10th
and Jefferson streets, Portland
Cutarral doafnoss. could liuar
u ,soo wk w i '""'''' s;,r,, ;
llwll linprovrd wrdn Uud wltlilH
rnllrs of KnlCTii. fMiod mod bJ,tSWi..:fi!
i..r rod. llulldlnn rood. FINE. YOUNG
rM'rpiMBi0'' a sound and was ln'oontiitftr of
,uow Jm 'wiDrirT t'ltAMHRHU.-
tTniir rin IT I TT
mv .a an m
r asa j
being run over by wagons, cured w
he can hear ordinary couvorsatlon.
Mrs. H. Wrvodln'M girl, 01 Fifth Ht,
Portland Nen-ous debility untl
nmlwriftl fever and dlscharglug or,
OvncH HnUH ASit I'wck of
Dr. Dsrrln wn be eoiwtilUd frtw
Ynqulnn hasovorono hundred and
sixty children, mostly of school ago.
There Is a move on foot to organize
a Loan and Dulldlng Association at
Francis Murphy, the great tem
perance worker, has promised' tho
coast a visit this winter.
Young's river cemetery associa
tion of Clatsop county yesterday
tiled articles of Incorporation with
tho secretary of state.
It is now said there is a case of
smallpox at Roseliurg. J. P. Dun
can, who worked with tho deceased
Mr. Hurt, has broken out with It
and Is under quarantine.
Dr. Sharpies of Etigeno has re
ceived returns from two carloads of
potatoes shipped to San Francisco.
They netted 33 cents por bushel in
,, IVbnwki r v,u any jtmii ,)V.ii ami
llvo days ago. Tho now steamer
"Yaqutnu Day" was wrecked at
tho same place Sunday.
Oregon uncloses tho garden spot of
tho world. Tho Wllluinotto valley
Is simply unapproachable for pro
ductiveness and fertility of Its will.
Tho holl or this valley nover wears
In tho recent decision tho Oregon
Hallway A Navigation Company is
prohibited from building branch
lines, as well as from using money
In tho hands of a trust company, or
Capt. Win. Vaughn who died
lately near llrownsvlllo, was HI
years old. Ho moved to Missouri In
1840 untl caino to Oregon l 1845
and brought over tho llrst sheep
that ever (unuo from tho East to tills
Justus thosteamer Yauulna Hay
left burdocks nt San Francisco, a
rojio got entangled In her propeller.
After n short delay tho rojio was
removed anil tho vessel proceeded
on her way for Yaiulna without
lnsoetlon. Home people think
thut her proMllor was broken
hence her sudden dart upon the bar.
About the only slate In tho Union
that has no law on her statute liooks
In relation to engineers, Is Oregon.
Any person who has tliu iiccmwiiiy
Koiriumi'denco can run a steam en
gine, and though casualties re
sulting from Incoiiijietenoy huvo
huon In llilsstuto tho Increased use
of steam machinery, uiculally in
the harvest Held, muko (I necessary
that the engineer Kliould know
something about the iiiuuhlno he
ossuys to run.
Ah the days go on, tho wid mys
tery surrounding tho fate of tho
orew of tho wrecked Makah at Tilla
mook, ntlll remains unsolved. The
wreck lies In nuoh shaiw that It Is
Impossible to tell whether a storm or
a collision left Her in a noipiww con
dition. There Is a possibility that
tho crew may have made their escape
in small boats and reached sonio
friendly Island or passing ship, nays
tho Plonver, hut there ! a stronger
probability that they found a gvo
In tlw depths r in ocean.
A f o4 dlr.tWm walU im PI-Mlt ud
fSSTlK If os r ' Hrtrl ,r"!iV.1
mum; t bv sn lrfUr 'llt,
rtr UwlSr' IJM Timl. it wm
Iuporlant Events of (be Whole World
for Twenty-four Hours.
Accident on tho Northrrn.
1'ortianu, Dec. 11. Yesterday
morning a passenger train of tho
Northern Pacltlo standing on tho
main track atPuyallup was run Into
from the rear by a regular freight
train of thirteen cars, Engineer
Doano In charge. Tho freight en
gine crashed ten feet In tho Pullmnii
"Mandan." Mrs. Thomas Wllccrx
of Portland wife of tho manager of
tho Salnm and Portland llourlng
mills, who was on n pleasure trip
with her husband, was In tho Pull
man dressing room and was scalded
to death by escaping steam.
Engineer Doano was caught be
tween tho cab nnd tho tender, re
ceiving Injuries from which he died
yesterday evening. Several other
sleeper passungers received slight
Injuries. Tho morning was very
fofe'syi rainy, and nlippory. Tho
engine, sleeper and one freight car
were badly wrecked. A special
train, bearing tho remains of Mm.
Wilcox reached here last night.
Oulltjr ot MuiMluuiilittir.
ItAKKit City, Dee. 10. Saturday
morning Arthur Ilallam was sen
tenced by Judge Feo to seven years
In tho nenlteutlarv and to nay a lino
of fGOO. Thus cutis the trial of tho
man who furnished tho now camp
of Cracker City with Its llrst "man .
for breakfast." Tho victim, Hud
Douglass, and his slayer, Arthur
Ilallam. In common with huudredH
of other miners, sought tho now
Eldorado for tho golden opportuni
ties It oflorod, but tho part tlioy were
destined to play In tho history of tho
camp was whiii enacted, anil to-day,
and through tho coming years, tho
a,.iu in "u .... ...v.r ". "
Loots on and tho story of his inur-
.lnror's trial and conviction. Such,
sometimes, Is life In the far west.
llli, dun Went On',
i.'.,...M n. in. Another fatal
accident caused by tliu earless hund
iiinr , if iimiunis. occurred ut Picas
ant Hill, this county, on Saturday.
George W. Attborry, a uui oi io
yeurs, while Bitting on mo ponu
conversing with sonio friends,
uccldontly let fall a shotgun ho wus
holding, and tho hammer striking
tho iloor caused tho gun to bo din
charged, tho contents entering his
side. After lingering for about ten
bonis ho ciulotlybreathed his last,
llalltrny Train Wroek.
Ai nimitmiotir:. N. Mm Dee. 10.
Tho wreck on tho A. A P. 11. K.
Saturday was in Johnson Canyon,
The engine Jumped tho track when
near tho head of tho canyon, ap
proaching tho tunnel, and tho en
glue, tender, mull, buggugo, oxprosH
and one emigrant cur rolled down
thosk-onniid rocky nldo of tho moun
tain a distance of 160 feet, nnd wim
piled up in u muss ut tho bottom.
No ono was killed.
An Intur.lww wllli IXipow.
Nkw York, Dec 10. The Com
morclul Advisor publishes an inter
view with Depow In which hostutos,
while ho would not accept a position
In the cabinet ho would accept tho
position of minister to Kngland
should it be ollerou io nun.
Th Trotibl" Ortr.
TlHIMINflHAM. Al.A., I)HC 10 (3 1'.
ill.) The town Is still In a state of
excite mont. Many men are on tno
streets, but It Is thought tho trouble
hsb.,1,..,"C:. . ..
1'rliicn Alexander Dying.
Hkbi.ik, Dec 10. Prince Alex
ondor of Hesse, unolo of Grand Duko
Ludorg, Is dying.
BKAL B8IATB TUtMlCTI0,MI.
Tito fbllowlug deeds havo beon
llled with tho Hecordur uluco yester
J. II. Bettlomelr anil w to w 3
Qulmby lot 2, blk 2 Settleuuilr's add
WiMslburn ; A0.
H. F. Cotdldgo and w and F.
MaClalu and w to Jcunlngs Builth,
tract In Hothany twp.; $5,000.
Aug Glusy and w to Henry K.
GImiv. tract section 0-10 ; fOSO.30.
icttr r"'1 '" I
JOA. ALUKW. Agool,