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List of Property is Offered For Sale
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. ico acre-. 8 miles cnstofSllvcrton; $1000.
' ififlicres. one half In cultlvntlon, small
" ' orchard; 000.
ftO acres, UOacres In ciUtlvntlon.C miles
m railroad, 1J4 mile from post
. 400 acres, KM acres In cultivation, good
4 building, S-H) per acre,
, IS acres, 15 ncrcs In cultivation, Kiiinll
6. 100 acres, SO ncrcs in cultlvntlon; $2000.
- a nirrs 20 ncrcs in cultivation, smnll
' Wbou:i8ilcsfromilem; $1000; one
TSOacres, 200 acres in cult lvat Ion, remain
8 der light timber, good house, good or-
cnarcf, 9 miles from railroad; $w00.
q House and lot In South Salem, largo lot;
in 6500-260 acres, 130 acres in cultivation,
I tvro orchards, 0 miles from Salem.
n S1VMO-S75 ncres, C30 ncrcs in cultivation,
II bnmnco light' timber, miles from
, 00-520 acres, 200 ncres in cultivation,
good hoube, bam and orchard,
n S7WO-30) acres. 200 acres in cultivation,
bnchalf mile from steamboat land-
14 sniper acre, 180 ncres. good house, 1
rooms, good tarn, one hair mile rrom
15. S12.50 per acre, 120 acre.
16. 820 per acre, 320 acres, good house and
n si acres. 2 milts from Salem, SCo per
acre7& acres in cultivation.
18 80 acres, S25O0, 78 ncres in cultivation,
' good house and barn.
19 250 acres, $14,000, all cultivated, tine
M 250 acres, 170 acres in cultivation, good
orchard and buildings, $8000.
21. 338 acres, all cultivated; $10,500.
22. 155 acres, 70 acres cultivated, good build
33. 100 acres, all cultivated; $3500.
M. House and lot on Commercial st.; $800.
THE OREGON LAND COMPANY
Are buying and selling Real Estate, nnd will take pleasure in showing buyers any.prop
erty in the abov e list. Office In
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
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GIBSON & SINGLETON,
Successors to Geo, E. Good.
Toilet Articles, and
ARTISTS' MATERIALS A SPECIALTY.
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LEVY'S OLD CORNER, COMMERCIAL and STATE STREETS.
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SMOKB THE) old reliable
Five Cent Tansil's Punch Cigars,
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BOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS &. COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, OR
SNELLVHEITSHU & YOODARD, Wholesale Depot.
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25. Houo and lot on Commercial st.; SSHX).
26. 350aeres, 180 acres cultivated, lSOOpiumo
trees, 500 pencil trees, 500 pear trees,
23acros of hops, good buildings; $10,000.
27. 147 ncres, 30 ncres in cultivation, $1200.
23. 80 ncres, one hnlf in cultivation, $2000.
2H. House and lot In Salem; $3000.
30. House and lot in Salem; $800.
31. 320 ncres, 180 acres In cultivation; $8000.
32. 100 lots in Sll er Falls city; $23 each.
33. NX) acres, 145 In cultivation, $32 per acre.
31. 320 acres, 150 in cultivation, good Im
35. Saw mill and grist mill; $1000.
SH, Livery htnble, 10 horses, 7 buggies, 1 car
riage, 1 express wagon, ii sets iloublo
harness, 4 sets single harness, :VS board
ing horses, good stand and reasonable
rent on buildings; $2500.
37. 00 acres, 2 acres iu cultivation, house
nnd barn, 8700.
38. 230 acres, 1J4 miles from llrownsvllle,
145 ncres in cultivation, good build
ings, $35 per ucre.
30. 57 acres, alfcultlvatod, with buildings,
Vt miles from Salem; $8000.
40. 10 acres, IK miles from Salem, all cultl-
atcd, vv ith buildings, $2000.
11. 20 acres cultivated land, with buildings,
1 mile from Salem; $2500.
12. 12K acres cultivated land, without
buildings one mile from Salem post
13. SO acres cultivated land, 1J$ miles from
11. 52 acres, 1M miles from Salem, ono half
in cultivation; $2500.
45. Lots on Capital street, at from $100 to
10. 1300. acres Improved faun at from $10
to $30 per acre; known as the Ankeny
47. 07 acres, nil In n good state of eultlva
AVc have, also, all tho Scotch company's
farms for sale. Ucingsold under fore
closure of mortgages, they aro oirered
on very reasonable terms.
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Land of Discoveries.
Thnsp. who have used it
dies are giving satisfaction, and a cus
tomer with Bronchitis fcays it Ib the only
remedy that gives instant relief.
heiiueli. t Covr-n, Druggists,
M ,, " the pleasure to Inform
naVe you thntjour Preparations are
meeting with largo wiles. We hear
Nothing but Praise aBaSc:
i-aslon to ums thorn.
Nanscavven a Co., DruggWx,
Timf it will nnenninllHh the end desired
In all affections of the Throat itnd Lungs
U ...:il nnd you not only will not be
It Wll without it yourself, but will
recommend It to others, as thousands
have done, who have tried ov or thing
else in vain. Money is no object where
SSfahce.unathl Convince You
trifling sum of one dollar can purchase
a remedy that will stand between yon
and one of the most dreaded of human
Ik prepared onii by
MEDICAL CO.. oi
rov llle, Ca).
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LANDS AND HOMES.
Marion county Is situated in the
heart of the magnificent "Willamette
valley, the central gem In the clus
ter ot rich counties that form that
princely domain, anil is the banner
commonwealth of the great north
wot in all the esseutials that go to
wards making It a profitable abiding
place, and a home for the thrifty
tanner, the cunning artisan and the
Rich in its agricultural resources
in its cultivated and uncultivated
lands, in its water powers, nnd
minerals; rich in its colleges and
bchools of learning, ami with a
climate uiuttirntmsctl for Us salubrity,
it presents to the immigrant from
the overcrowded state?, where cold
winters and hot summers, with
terrible cyclones, prevail, who
comes to the coast with borne
means, advantages that no other
county in Oregon possesses.
Much has been written of this
western country that requires a
stretch of the Imagination to com
prehend, and numerous complaints
are heard from the class who have
been misled by them, to in this
brief sketch the writer desires to
avoid exageration as to its present
and prospective advantages, asking
those in the east into whose hands
this may fall particularly those
who have their eyes directed towards
this coast to peruse it carefully,
feeling that it is not written to lure
immigrants within its borders, but
only as a truthful discription of a
land which, if it does not "flow
milk and honoy," contains within
its bosom wealth and resources equal
to any other country on the Pacific
side of the Rocky mountains.
Marion county ia bounded on the
north by the Willamette river and
Butte creek which separates it from
Clackamas county; on the east by
Clackamas county and the Cascade
mountains, which separate it from
Wasco ceuntv: on the south by the
Santiam river and the north fork of
the Santiam, separating it from
Linn county.and on the west by the
The county contains, including
valley, prairie and mountain lands,
about !XK),000 acres.
Thero are two main divisions, the
mountain and the valley. The
latter extends from the Willamette
river to the foot of the Cascade
mountains, a distance of about fif
The mountainous portion contains
some fourteen townships of mostly
unsurvcyed land; lying in a strip
twelve miles north ana soutli by
fortv miles east and west, and com
prises all classes of land, from rich
narrow valleys in the passes, up
through all the grades or rolling,
hilly and broken, to that of rock
bound canyons and inaccessible
craggy peaks. It is generally heavily
tinibered, and in the near future
will be valuable for its lumber sup
plies. These hills anil mountains
nfl'ord a wonderful summer range
for stock, and many of the more en
terprising fanners are availing them
selves of Ihls opportunity, and when
the cold frosts of autumn approach,
the stock are brought out to fresh
pastures, thus enabling them to sur
vive the winter stonns with little
A decided advantage Marlon coun
ty has over many others is the di
versified farming interest that can
be carried on throught the entire
year; notwithstanding this is u wet
climate during the winter months,
tho uplands are seldom too wet to
work, and long before the prairie
farmers are throiiL'h with their seed
ing, the hill farmer Is preparing for
ids summer work. And yet the
low lands are much preferred by
many; tho yield per aero is generally
greater, anil perhaps lesrf labor is re
quired to place the soil in proper
condition for crops; and then should
the season prove dry, the bottom
lands are sure to bring tho best
crops. No better funning land can
bo found in the United States than
that on the noted Howell prairie.
French prairie, Santiam prairie and
Salem prairie. Tho soil of these are
wonderfully productive. "With good
cultivation, forty bushels of wheat
mill slxtv of oats ner acre can be
FACILITIES rOK MAKKKT.
The Willamette river, witli two
lines of railroad running the entire
length of the county from north to
south, with the Oregon Pacific road
crossing tho southeast corner of the
county, aflbrds ample facilities to
reach a market iu any direction.
Is the capital of the state and
county seat of Marion county, situ
ated on the Willamette river and
on the O. C. railroad. Costly
buildings have lieeu erected, among
which the state capitol building,
county court house, Chemeketo hotel.
nnom limise. new nubile school
building, Catholio hehool building,
Methodist cliurcn, WJiiameuu win-
verelty, nnd many private reHluonww
All things considered, the Willam
ette vallev has the bent country i
the world, and Marion county is
about centerally located therein.
To thoHo waking honicri in tho went,
no better opportunit!e can be
otlered, than arefountl here, l'erwirw
desiring information regarding
Marion county or tho Willamette
valley, thone wanting farming
Luidri, Htock farms, biixlmw property
r ollv routilnnoori. will be promptly
and reliably informed by addnWng
the well known ilrm of WillU a
Chaniberllu, real entaie agemn,
ojwra hou blook. Salem, Oregon
GRO KR CLEVELAND
TIIOS. F. 11A1ARD
eeretry of State.
CHAS.H. KAlRClin.i,NH'iTHry of Treasury '
. T. VHms eeretar of the Interior. (
JVm.C. Kndicott Secretary of War. i
n.i, wniTSE .. .Secrctarj orinvy.
I). M. Dickinson. . Vol Matter General.
A. 11. Uakkaxd Attorney General. I
MoiutiMjN H. Waitk I hief.IuitUv.
Statr of Orecon.
J. N. lkiuii.
J. II. MtTC HKl.L
V. J, senators.
liixc.i i: Hfiim .nn Coneresman
Syiaimtmi 1'knnoku - Goxemor. ,
Oko. W. MrlliUDE swivtarj ofSlate. i
w. . wvimi .. state Treasurer.
K. 11. McKmio .Supt. Tub. Instruction.
fit an k Uakkk State Printer.
't.S. STKVHAN )
Wm. 1. I-oitn.. .. Supreme Judges.
W.W Tit vi eu .1
Thlnl JoJUlM District.
It. I". Hew: .. Judge,
Oko. W. IU.I.T ..Prosecuting Attorney.
JUrion Count j.
M. L. I'lIAMllF.KLlN )
J. A. liOo.NEY ..Stale Sumtor.
J. II. DIMtCK
IJ. .1. pexulkton
A. M. Ii.VFOLI.KTTE...
V. H. COLVKK
C. V. IIlCKS
M. . CHAPMAN . ..
John fiNTo ."."
Geo. p. Tkuueix
GEOIU1K A. PkKIILES..
Sun ej or.
lilTCin tELii Sheep Inspector.
City of Salem.
A. H. MUIK 1st Ward
Geo. Williams 1st Ward.
Geo. Collins 2nd Ward
Jap Minto Srd Ward
W.W. Skinnkh 3rd Ward
Nks. nusu 4th Ward
O. N. lIirrTos411iWard I
J. STiucKLEii Ileeurder,
James uoss aiarsnni.
W. T. Hell.. Treasurer.
Oro. G. Hi.NOitAM , Attorney.
J. C. Thompson Sup't of Ktns!t.
C. ". Chvp.chii.l Chief EnslneerS. F. I).
T. S. OlUrtrs.
Jas. AV ALTON U. S. CoimnibSloner.
Joseph Albert .hlsnal Service Observer.
Specialties in Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
01, Commercial Street
'STATElREASURER'S "oITH notice.
STATK OK OUI-.GON, TllK VSUHl'll'S OKK1CK, 1
HAIihM, Api II T), 18K3.
NOTICK 1H 11KUKHY OlVKN THAT
there iiiosutllclent funds on hand to
pay all outstanding warrant, drawn on tho
general, penitentiary, incidental, insane
and Idiotic, executive, Judicial, legislative,
convict , fugltlv e, printing or Indigent funds
vi lilch hav e boon endorsed. " presented ami
not paid tor vi ant of funds;" also the lollop
ing vwirrantN drawn on tno miima uinn:
S"?irnints numbered Z712, 2752, 2T., 275S
and 27W, and that all of above vuirrantu will
bo paid on presentation at this otllcu. In
terest will not bt allowed after tho ilate ol
1I.IH notice. a.W.WElU..
Oregon Peach Bitters
About eighteen years ago I received a
hurt In my back from u pile of lumber
falling on me, and ever Blnco had been
troubled with weak kidneys moro or less;
and tho lastyearvery much. Through the
recommendation of Henry Kceno, I
bought a bottle of H. Klas'H Oiegon l'cacli
Hitters and before I had taken half tlii)
bottle I found n great relief from It. I
beltevo It to bo a splendid remedy for the
kidneys, and heartily rocominend t fortho
same. ' '. xt)lli r.ll.
Aumsville, Jununry 12, 1W.
Overland to California
Oregon k California Rail Road
THE MOUNT SHASTA HOUTE.
Time Hetwem Salrro ami San Frani Ivco-Tblrtj-Klx
CVIiirOKSIA KXl'ltBHS tkain daiia.
"4.00 p. III.
U:: p. m.
KvT'l'ortlaiid Ar. I 10:10 a. in.
I.V. hiilem I.v. OJUn. in.
Ar. Han Fran. I.v. 1 O-lOp. in.
LOOAI. J-ASSKNOKlt TUAIN ( DAILY KX-
&00n. in.l.v. Portlaud Ar. Atip. m.
UK) p. in. Ar. Eugenw 1a. IhWa. in.
rOLLMAX BUKPKT SLKEI'KKb.
Exeursiou Hleepers for swondHilass jm-
nengerH on all through trains free of
C The O. & C. ltallroiul ferrj inakw con.
nevtloii with all the renular trains n tlie
Hast Side Division from foot of K stmit,
West Side DivisioiTBetween Portland
14ID aTinl Uvl,ortlnd Ar. I 0:W prin.
12S5 p. m. I Ar.ConallUl.v. I 10 ! '
M'MINMVH.LK KXI'lllMS TIl.VIN (DAILY
liO p. in.
8.-00 p. m.
C. Toriland XrT
At Albany und (JonallU oonnet tth
trln of OreKon lWtlc Ilullroad.
For full Information regarding rel,
mp..istfi,iipply to the Gomwi M .
Salem. OreKOn. 8. r. KOtlKKS.
it kOBllI-Kl t, O. F. and l'a Atft.
Nl'.W Am KltTISRMKNTS.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE,
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Development Company's Steam
225 MILES SHORTER 20 HOURS LESS TIME
tlumliv an other route.
I'lrsl-f lss Through r.irti;;f rani I'm Itfht Line
fiom Portland anil all point in thr
Willamette llty to and
from San 1'ranrUrw.
Willamette River Line of Steamers:
The "Wm. M. HoaK."tho "N. S. Hont
ley," the "Three SItei-," leave 1'ortlandH
a. in. )lomUis, MnlnMavs and Krld.il, from
Messrs. Ilolnian & Co's doek.'.W and J0"J
Front ktroet, for Oivkoii Clt, lluttevllle,
Chuniiloop, Nilcm. Indeiivndeni'e, Altmny,
Corvnllis, and lntermeulato poluti, mnk
liiK eloo connection at Albany It li trains
oftheOrcjron I'arlUr Hallrond.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Kxcept Snndas):
lA-ave Albany - - -lieavoCorvallls
Aulve Ymiulna - -
Leave Ynquina ....
iiOnve CorvallU -Arrlvo
O. A C. trains eonueet
- 1:00 I'M
-.; a M
- 10:38 AM
ll:l.r A M
Thcnliovo trains ronnect at YAQUINA
with tho Oregon Dev elnnment Cos Line
of HteaniRlilps betviecn iuiuina and Sun
Moiuluj, Mar. 1!!
- Thursday, Mar. 2!
Tiiomui, April 11
Satuday, Mar. 17
- - Tuesday, Mar. i.7
- - Sunday, April h
This company reserves the light
cnanKC failing uaies iinnui notice.
N. 1!. Passengers from l'oitland iiud all
Willamette Valley jiolnts can make cloho
connection with the trains of the
YAOl'INA ItOCTKnt Albany orCoivallls.
and if destined to Hun FninclNcn, should
amtnge to arrive at Yatiulua (he evening
before date of sailing.
Passenger and Freight Hates Aiwa) the
liotmt. Vor lnfornmtlon apply to Messrs.
HUIiMAN A Co., Freight and Ticket
Agents a nnd 201 Front st., Portland, Or.,
C.C. HOGUK, Ac't (Jen'l Frt. A
Pass. Agt., Oregon Pacific It. 11. Co.,
till. HAHWKIili,Jr.Onn'l Frt; .V.
iass. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., !S01 Montgomeo" st.;
San Francisco, Oil.
HORSESHOEING I !
All tho lmpioved methods of sliooliiK,
shaplni; shoos, to cuio diseases of the fixit
and for the correction of faulty action, eon
tni( Hon and Interfering, used. I Kttaranteo
Batlstaetlon In all cases. liefer to any well
known horseman In Oiegon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
KOtl Commciclal snoot, Hiilem, Oi.
L. S. SKIFF & CO.
NEXT DOOK TO OIKKA HOUSE, SALEM.
Vitalized Air Given for llio Painless Extraction of Tooth.
BSyTlie person awakens from a pleasant dream with the aching
Also gold Crowns Set.
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES!
Capital Lumbering Company
Dressed and Undressed.
tX)N-8TANTLY ON HANII!
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fence Posts,
i 4 fc
PROHIBITION COUNTY TICKET.
1'HOF. G. M. MIIiLKH.
T. V. CAMlM'.KI.Ii,
15. I'. KAMI,
1)H. A. V. 1CIXNKY.
T W DAVKXPOitT
II S JOKY,
.1 U DAKHY,
.1 G KUKlUIAItT,
V I HAY,
vntaiL H HEAD,
W V JOHNSON,
V T VAN SCOY,
.1 1) HURST,
V A FORI),
W 11 MAOERH,
11. K. Dvltom.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From 81 to SI per ibi).
I M ill
A Hue line or hiickx, lniK(,'le. carts, car
rlapen, liui'lilioanU, ite. llotli our own
iiialceand thu heat emtern made buKlen.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBJNG and HORSESHOEING.
Call on tho underHlKnwl, miikoii and rair
iIiikh inakvrri nnd hliiokHiiiltliH, 9wS J,A
and 8U Coinincrolal Htreut, Halem.
OF ANI DFAI.KltH