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salem, or., Saturday; December is, isss.
hoy to work on a
or call at Capital
iMALLPOX A PREVENTIVE. THF
HlunllDOY nr nnv nil,....
disease Is thn OREGON PEAim
It cleansi! your hlrmd ana
simiKiiieim jruur .ijsiuiii. r,vcry ramlly
should hnvo n bottle In their house. To
Srevent treating disease, call nt your
rugglst or address h, KI.AS.
No. 21 F St., Portland, Or.
C. H. Moskok
fl . -.
Ute of thellonroe House. " " BKLU
Monroe & Bell,
W"prlc promptly done at reasonable rates.
Orders lea at (MpitaJlVSursial office
if lli'recelvo attention. ' '4 0-ll-tf '
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From 81 to $3 per day.
SALEM - . OREGON.
SHEEP EOR SALE.
300 hcud of stock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, addicts
A. care Capital Journal oflice.
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO,,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH"
lngton Tcr.orCnlllornla real estate. For
Information address us at either of the fol
lowing elllces: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Mo.; Nilem.Or.; Portland, Or. Salem olMce
at Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty stieet; Portland olllcoln
the rooms of the Stato Immigration Board,
corner of Frunt and Ash stieets. lT3tf
NINE DOCTORS FAILED. occidental jottings
Tlirno Most Itomarkable Cures How
Tlioy Were Done by hu Advertis
And Notes ef n (lencral
tercst to the Westerner.
JIcalBO cents; board, 83 per week.
211) Commercial 8t.
IImr powder never vnrle. A marvel nt
purity, strength and wholenmeiH.s. .Mom
Msinomlcal than tho nrillnnrv Moil, and
cannot bo wild In enmpotlilnn with thu
multltudo of low lost, short weight alum or
phosphate iiowdera. Add onl) In cans.
Royal IKkino Imvj)kkU.,1(WWiiII.N.Y.
Real Estate Bargains.
T PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE
I for butter, eggs and poultry. Also
nave n let a storo, aji
itj;ui tin it, jn.risin,i
e, 201 Commei cal street.
W. U YATCg.
Ants. m. r.
Has a very flno stock of new milliner',
and is prepared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In tho latest styles, Call and seo her new
winter goods and btyles.
275 Commercial street,
A good Iron frame llorso Power. Good
tor all uses, from ono to full capacity.
All for tho low price of S. Call at the Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar A Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Snlom, Oregon.
For tho ticatment of all diseases of men
DRS. GILBERT & 1VEMP
Medicated vnpor baths, oxygen Inhala
tions, electro magnetism, medicated
sprays, etc. Ofllco and sanitarium In the
Hank block. Consultation free. lOudw
.100 acres, 0, miles from O AC de
pot. Good house, birn and
orchard Fenced, and Kin cul
tivation. S0 acres, i miles from Salem.
uoou ronu 10 town. impto la
ments fair. Fine fruit land.
$3,190 S.) acres 2' miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
all fenced. Make a desirable
$2,500 00 acres 4 miles from Halem. im
provements good. Kino young
orchard, and girden land.
31,180 1IX) acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill lind. linelv watered. Sell
In lots of 40-acre tracts at J25 per
S10,S00 073 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rlrer.
Will i-ellln tracts.
J1 acres,! miles of Salem. House,
barn and orchard, largosprlng
at the door. Oood soil, ami
plenty of timber,
lSOacrcs, 5 miles of Salem; good
road; well linproed; stream
running through tho place.
tOO acres (1 miles m est side O A
C II R ) good hou.e, barn nud
orchard, 1J0 In cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pasture land.
10 acres, 1 mile from Halem, ad
Joining fair ground. Oood land;
W acres, fi miles Salem; all In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. :E.cellent fruit
$1.000 170 acres, 6 miles from O AC K It;
all fenced; well watered. House,
barn, and small orchard; 150
acres In cultivation.
so 7jo 1 lots, with gooo miuscnnd barn,
' East Salem. Desirable location.
We have besides this a large list of city
and farm property. l)u era would do well
to call and examine our holdings berore
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CHAMRERLIN.
Opera House, Court bt..
a,2stf Salem, Or.
BLACKSMiTIIIXG and HORSESHOEING.
DR. MASON, DENTIST, SUCCESSOR TO
Dr. J. C. 11-rd. Olilcu over Hush's
A car.l to tlio public: I (eel that I
w nldiintbeitninigmy duty to woman-kind
if I did not let them know how badly af
flicto'l t have been and how and where to
bo cured. Ten Yearn ago I was taken with
a piinlul illness, and I have been troublod
that h.iv since that time, accompanied
with womb trouble in every conceivable
way. About three months ago the climax
cams, and I at proitr.itod vitli pain
through the heart, cheat and lungs, and
coaiined to my bed. Altar nine dootois
of different ichoolsof practice uVo me up,
I piitl UiDr. Utrrin, and Ihey have
cured me so I can walk from my residence
to their office. lam overjoyed with the
rusult of the cure. Mrs. U.A. AllLr.
DR. J. M. KKENE. D. D. .. DENTAL
rooms o cr Wlilto Corner. Olllco hours
Ha. m. too p. in.
mm in Biisi
January 1st, -
Wo will mi ko
KK ( f
SSK 312 and SU Commercial St.,
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
mm&p. zmmm i!io.teteedI.M
L .FT WG-5 r-OoU fiwl,'-
1 ,iim are eU ing satlsraeiion, aim -
ale ".r..Vi.npi.mivsIt btlieonly
dy ' to Klvl..tflnt relief
. ii the iMurei mi"""
meetlnB with Unse . ftom (ny
Mnth hp- but Praise ivin
hh fi s K Conv nee You
baUnt. and the "'' i'n 1urch
A remedy tjt wtu Uedlrf huinaa
Until that time wo ahull oiler out'
Entire Stock for CASH t
BEAT Our Own RECORD
FOR LOW PRICES.
That is Saying
A (iooiI Deal in
So Short a Space.
And get the benefit.
Porclner. Many k Co.
207 Cuuuiirrciul St.. S.ileni, Or.
The following tribute to the gift and
killof Dri. U.irnn is a remarkable in
stance of a generous impulse worked out
n,iiut powerful professional prejudice,
and U worthy of recerd:
Or.l to the public I have for the past
tn er been atllcted with chronto per
iojuIiiis, accompanied with Rrat pain
iniund Ihe heart all that lime with rxces
ive circulation, sleepless nights, tear and
distress. I w unahla to attend to the
duties of my profession. I had exhausted
my knowledge of medicine, as also that
my ciillik!uci, and found no relief until
cnmiiiR uuder the eloctro-magneliu treat
ment of lira. Darrin. A little more than a
mouth elapicd since I received this treat
mmit, ami I can truthfully say that I am
uured. I have none of my former trouble,
nd wish in give my personal experience
lncJn"mloist of humanity. I have been
'llimccomx plijsici.ui f.mrteon years, aud
am well known in his city and in Marsh,
field, Orugun. I deem it but justice lo
thu public and to Drs. Dunn to write the
J. W. CRAWFORD,
Send for CtrCuUrMMlJiBZiZZ'-1 . .M,r lb. ABIBTINK
MfilE TINE Mffltcyaiwuijy Mr"-
i0LDA.XD GUARAKTEKU dx
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
SNELL, HEITSHU ilWOODARD, Whotole.Deoot.
STKAM AND WATKK PIl'KS,
Stoves and Tin Ware, Korte and Mft
it ANUPACTimKIl OF
Tin, Caliper and
'Sheet Iron Ware!
IMumMllir nml flMK Plllllll.'. RlMllllIK Wild
HiMititlnK, attendwl toon vlton im1I.
261 Commercial St, Salwn, Or.
DEEDS OF DARING
BY BLUE & GRAY.
rilTAl, UK.U.NKM) CUKKI) SIXTEKK YKARS
AllO ASH UKMAINS TERStANKNT
TO THIS I)AV.
Mr. IMiter: In IS72 .nydaughter was
liken with thn membranous croup and
upon her recovery was left totally deaf. I
called on !' eminent physicians who
ml 1 hey could do nothing for her, Asa
last rer! I mnk her to Dr. Darrin, who
cine 1 lirr, and she has never been troubled
lib doafness since. I consider It one of
thu uroatustcurenifelcitro-tnignelic treat
rnentmi reoi.nl, and with'tjreallsatisfauiion
give this teatimonial. I reside in IHrklov,
Alameda county, California, and will lake
Ure.it pleasuio in answering any inqutrn-s
concerninu this most remarkabU cure.
William S. Dihhle.
Tho "Motlltcrniiicnn of Amerlcn"
what tlio Tueoma News calls
Pugct Sou ml.
Polygamy is said to lo practiocii
in n number of liou.shoUls on I, ecu
creek, Drltisli Columbia.
Col. James Waters, n survivor of
tho war of 1812, Uvea at ltoseburu,
Or., ami JRcprojentatlvo Hermann,
has Introduced tv hill to lucrcnso his
Tho Itoscburg sniallox tc;iro still
rages, though theroaro nonowejises
to report. James Duncan, living n
milo northwest of tho city, Is slowly
A niaullla liawser six hundred
feet long, being over twelve times
tho length of 11 baggage cur, and
eighteen inches In circumference,
was shipped to Yniiuitiit Day.
Forest Orovo has a new paper,
which will bo a good thing for
Washington county. The 1 llllsboro
paper will keenly feel tho opposi
tion. This Is thu second paper for
The bottom has dropped nut of the
California potato murket aud they
are selling in Portland, for from -10
to -J.r) cents ier sack ; choice ones at
80 cents. Portland uses !1,000 sacks
Kast Portland Star wondeiswhy
tho Poitlaud dally papers should
have refused to publish tho fact that
Mrs. Wesley Sexton was nick with
tho smallpox. Sho took tho dlhcaso
and died on Thursday.
At Drain, Airs. Hurt, tho smallpox
patient, is getting along nicely, and
tho Indications tiro that sho will
soon bo convalescent. Thero has
been no smallpox there since tho
llrst of December. No now cases
A singular sulcido was committed
on tho railroad between Dlackfoot
aud llutto. A man wus sitting near
tho track smoking u pipe and as tho
down passenger train approached hu
put his head across it rail ; it wus
taken enthcly oil". Ho was not
identified, but from his dress Is sup
posed to huvo been a prospector.
There Is freight ahead enough for
five nionths woik with the picsent
facilities of thu Oregon' Pacific, 11
fact tvhich makes thu prctiuut dis
aster so much the moio serious. Tho
"Willamette Valley," whkh is al
ways piloted Into tho bay by Its
own pilot, never 1ms hud a hobble,
and people generally do not believe
there was any oxcuso for tho present
accident to tho "Yaquhfa Pay."
Iuporlant Events of (he Whole World
for Twctilv-ftfiir Hours.
Drs. Darrin cnii bo consulted free
nt I ho Cheinokele Hotel, Solem, Or.,
December 3d to December ild only.
They will under no olreiiiiiHtun
etM take aenso tlioy cannot cure or
lieiiellt. Charges are rwMWiuiible,
and the poor t routed free from 0 to
10 h. in. dally. Olllco hours from 10
tot dally; oveiiings, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All ctirHhlo
chronic dlmHM!H, loss of manhood,
bliM'l Ulnis, syphilis, gleet, gouor
rliiHH, strloturo, HiHinuHtorrhtiiM,
iiiIiiiI wuikutssft, or loi of duslru
of svximl jMiwurlu limn or woiuen,
utturrh or duafii(w, nr confident
ially and Miucosrtfnlly troatod.
CurtM of prlvato IImshum gimrHiitwxl
Mini never puhlUhwl In the imirs.
Th great oo)Ietbin of the NHk4 thrilllnc I Clrcillrs sollt frvo. .Most OUMM Otlll
KT -vTiST Zltl , i." ''" trwttmwit Hft-r h vieit
aeeounu of ex4nlU nt wmuU swlig;, I ttt thu Doctor's Ollloe.
foriorn Imiii, lierote bnsvery, iMiprt-m.
tatuu and Uulr-Wllli tmm. fmimnim
Inetdeuu, tuiod-to-tuiod rtnutflm. "
wtsa and trugte nrenM. frlkm ymmtyt,
iuj.ii iiiiiani 1 im imirw ana msi1
uaniifMHw actum on well ride lb Hum.
MtlmMm. I'ruluuty tlliMfmld to tto
llta. Nootltwbook atoll like It.
Tlu. thr urnuab aUuwed
nTAicubaBdfnixbt lwfM. I
'LASKT HOOK Wi IM
V koimI dtwMiiim whIU on attlt and a
m apsMwie m ime m ine MirssM wt
irotire low afttrtwd, iftlUtUo,
or wivt mm irtwtiwr ntnuut.
tlMtt wsrsMlstiienHi tijr all ut(M lo utkr
IHaiiitMlow TiMtle. II WW
Huld by D. 1
jsjts. ALBICRT. Afoat. H4M.OWii prompt Mtf-l.tlo.,
A WrlU-i f Kilm.
Aii wtrly miiiiiKtr of thu Ovarkml
Monthly will contain a dscrlittlv
MrtlcU on tiuluiii hi id Htirrouiullng
fwtnitrjr. Thlti niMiptaJiiv In amotig
tlm tlrost. A. Piiiifer U th until it
ttir Km Urn mil imlam Utft sit Ktarr's
I f.r him will nteetve utrrfttl mid
Silrui (Iraage .No. 17 I' of It.
Snlom antiigo No. 17 P. of H.
held its regular meeting to-day.
Subjects of considerable Importance
to tlio pntroijs were diHuiiHsud and
thu following named members were
duly elected to servo the grunge as
olllcerri during tho uiiHiilug year:
Worthy Master, T. L. D.ivldmm;
Worthy Overseer, J. Ii, Stump;
Worthy Lecturur, W. 11. Ilyiini;
Worthy Steward, Oliver Jory; Wor
thy Aw't St'd, (J. 0. Oloniis; Wor
thy Chaplain, A. Ktuplions; Worthy
SuerotHi.v. Dydla llrooks; Wortlry
TrwMiurer, (loo, II. Crolsaii; Worthy
(Jate KwMir, J. Miller; Worthy
Pomona, Irene U. Hllleiiry; Worthy
Flow, Clara Smith; Worthy Cert,
May Holu; Worthy Lady Ass't
St'd, Kllon Higly;
Aftor "I.uncli" the ovmilng w
sloii was well atteiidod and the
BiMHtchtos and MtiggoHtloiiH well
worth Dim HttHiitlon of all imtronH.
Mr. KdUoti b deviHMl a doll with a
utull phuAUsl'apti inside, wliieh talk
wIwb ilt baodlc Is turned. The phews
Krapti ! 4mJ in ihc ohast of the doll
sasl lis twH.lk prutiistles. When ll U
lurrted the we(dapir H Uat Uoi I he
dU's ro4ith. Kdtaun has also devised a
cluk whkh aiirwMiiMsM the lime by itk
n i it
I La auiflrrwl with a ilUsstse ut tlui kid-
nM tut f or 7 year KMtt tut llMt htt Iwv
usooltw have boots laid up Witts a tln Im
my Uaek. A IrUtui wl ism h hi4 of
ItseO sjoKI(titr Tom, and lutvlisg ums!
IknhvmK 1 tmit do a gixxl day' work.
I tu.v iteiiviHl more beiMrtt from It Hutu
I .11 Us. mllci- I lusvevt-keu.
1 Mold by D i Matbsws a. 0
An Anarchist Kills Himself.
PiTTsnunti, IXm?, 14- Henry Lnnd
seldcl, steol-worker of Alleghnny
City, committed sulcido this morn
ing, after a futilo attempt to kill hU
wife. Lnndseldel was prominently
Identified with tho anarchists. Ho
had lieen married seven times, iiul
nil his wives are still alive. Tho
present Mrs. Landseldol Is n niece of
tho Into Arehabbot Wihnlr of St.
Vincent's abbey. Tho woman's story
Is rather Inconsistent, as thoro Is no
luiln In hor dress near tho abrasion
on her side, which sho says was
caused by a bullet tired by her hus
band. The Sabbath Is Saturday.
Wahimnoton, Dee. 11. Tho
committee appointed by tho Sab
bath Observuneo Union appearod
before tho senate committee on edu
cation and labor to-day to urgo tho
passage of tho Hlalr "Sunday rest"
bill, with iimoiidmouts rcci m
mended by tho convention, ltov.
Dr. Loomls, representing tho Sov-onth-Day
Paptlsts, afterwards camo
before tho committee aud opposed
the bill. Ho desired to have tho
Sovonth-Day Baptists, Seventh-Day
Adventlsts and Jews exempted
from Its operation.
Cairo, Dec. 11. A letter tecelvcd
at Suaklm from Ostium Dlguiau is
supposed to Imvo contained tlio nn
noiiucemont that JOinlu PuhIiiv and
"Whlto Tmvolor," prasumably
Stanley, had fallen Into the hands
of tho Mahoins. There wero enclosed
copies of dispatches from Darvlsh,
leader at Lado, to Khaluft" Pasha,
giving the ilato of lCuiln l'lislia's
Hiirrouder at October 10, and a letter
to lCniln Pasha from the Khedive,
which tho latter handed to Henry
M. Stanley, when ut Cairo.
alum Talk or lllulnr.
Ni:w York, Dec. 14. -Tho Ptohh
and Star both assert this evening
that they have poshlvo and au
thentic Information that General
Harrison has Invited Mr. illiilno to
thu chief placo In Ills cabinet. Ilotli
papers also announce Dlalno's ac
ceptance, and stato the correspond
ence between President-elect Harri
son aud Mr. lilaino will shortly bo
A Heavy Immigration.
San Fhanuihco, Doc. 1 1. J. U.
O irlunO, an old-tlmo Atlantic &
Paclllo railroad agent, says tho
Northern P.iclllo Is bringing hostK
of passengers. Most of thum are from
tho oust, aud conio under the head
of toiirlHts and Immigrants. From
ton to twelve paongor conches full
of people arrive in Portland from
tho east on each train.
'I hit I'tinunm Canal
Paiiih, Dec. 14. All olllolal 110
tlco was jiosted on thu cotno this
morning that thu government will
Introduce 11 bill providing for tho
postponement for three mouths of
the payment of tho Panama canal
company's llnbllltlos, Including tho
Interisst and redemption of bonds.
San FiiANcihCi), Dee. 1 1. Tho
sttiiiuor City of Now York, whloh
arrived from Hong Kong and Yoko
lioma to-dny, wus tho first steamer
which has arrived from tins Orient
for a uuiiilHir of yours without a sin
gle Chliiumuii aboard hound for this
Thu llolldity Itriii...
Wahiunoton, !)!. 11. Hector,
of Missouri, Introduced a concurrent
resolution In the Iioum irovidlng
for a holiday rwmn from Friday,
Dtseuiiilwr Hint uiilll Monday, Jan
uary 7th, whloh was referred to the
oommlttoooii ways and iiimium.
Bsrkira s Aralra Hairs.
"1n lout naive In tho world f...
u 1 k, bruUoH, noruo, ulcom, salt rhetiiu,
ft-viT wrw, tulter, ohappwl haiuU,
ejillblalim. corns, and ull nkiii erui
lioisti, and positively ourun pllw, or
no ny rwiulrod. It la guaruntwl
t tjlv iwfeotsatUfttotlon, or inotioy
refunded. Price 28 centa jmr box.
Kor uilsi - Dr. U. W. Cox.