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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1SSS.
"" SHMI dj!"wr.l flrtWCgt
ST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
repairer. All work warranted.
store, State street, Salem, Or.
.m nrners nt x. icr. xaiiuus uuuu
XPnESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFK
IV delivery. Win. Uennlo hnvlns bought
ihe express business of Walter Lowe, Is
ircpnred to deliver trunks, vnllses, pack
am, and any thing else that ho can get In
Tils OTRon to any part of the city, quicker,
infer better, and neater, than it can be
done by any body else. Leave orders at
I Fire and Ma
rine. n n ii li !i n v .
JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
mrceon, will open an olllee In tho New
Bank Mock, on Mny 1st, for tho treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronic eases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principle's. Jledienl baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
WM. N. LADUE, - -DK.
J. REYNOLDS, -JOHN
MOIU, - - - -
- - President.
- - - Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
Dougni ana soia.
State, County and City
.tanners arc coraiuuy
invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonaoie rates. Insuranco on such se
curity can be obtained at tho bank In
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED 1JV NATIONAL AUTIIOUITY
Capital Paid up, - - - - $75,1)00
Surplus, --.-.- 10,000
It. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. "W. MARTIN, Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, TV. "W. Martin,
i. M. Martin, It. S3. "Wullace,
Di. V.A.Cusick, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market-
auio produce, consigned or in store,
either In private granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
druwn direct on New York, Chicago, Kan
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
Importers and Dealers In
.loots and Shoes !
General Agents for Oregon of
ij' B. Forsylhe's iVallible Com Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good'iold stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
l'UOFOSALS FOK WOOD.
gjlIlSALS WILL HE UHCKIVBD BY
alreeton of school dbtrlot No. it In
n county until WednMdan the lth f
yrS wr on cord fir wood and Q oonU
Jjf ha doitTMvd at Butt 8olm tMiHdlne;
Tlie Capital National Bank
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
x 'tm.wtf!. .s?" - . A,
Scriber -:- and -: Pohle.
The Mexican Land
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000.
SHAKES $5.00 EACH.
Full Paid and Non-Assessable.
, FORTY THOUSAND SHARES
a bonus of FIVE ACRES of land to each share are
offered to immediate subscribers at par of five dollars
per share, for the benefit of the Treasury.
This Company have acoulred an exclusive grant of several million acres of land
from tjie Go vernment of Mexico in thostato
land-? immense forests of valuable timber,
is and tlKU.nlf of Jloxlco. It comnrlses rlcli agricultural, crrazlnir and mineral
in the development and settlement of a territory utmost ns large as tho state of Penn-
f 1 (Him, , nil I. tnu fJiui(iiiuii, . 11,1, itj. iuji,i;iti,u .u uitiii.-, iiiiu imuiu 111111 14.11.
The land offered with thostock and forwhleh negotiable certificates will bo Issued, will
prove a choice investment of itself whllo each sliaro participates In tho whole enter
prise. Based on tho lowct prlco of Government land In tho United Stales tho shares
will have a value many times greater than the price at which theso forty thousand aro
onereu to carry oui ine oujeus 01 mo company, suuscripuon win ooaccepicu as ioi
lows: 'Jj per cent. cash, balance incmial payments at Thirty. Sixty and Ninety days.
Ilcmit by Draft, Checfc, Express or lleglstered
broker. Prospectus and full information on
r - 28 -
LrrWG-5 r-Solhu GiMfWIff
Send for clrcuhr.S birMli3tr9.-
miiUm. MLWCO-OROmil CAL
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY.
106 State St., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot.
Omdimten Htudents In
Classical, Literary, Scicnliify
Nprniii.1, Business, Law,
It I the oldest, larRWt nnd least exxsn.
School oneni nrt Slonday In September.
Send for catalogue Jo ,. . ..
17; Baleni, Qrexon.
Wedetlreto eautloa allpenoM naalnit
ntgeUatlMCasote for m, u by tuJW
denteaed In vor of M. It. TlUw. VrfHs
June 1Mb. MHL d due iMtatwr i
une 1Mb, tm,
uuldMUwu fmuduUBtly oMwed.te
nyflglvBBjr " VP"VU"
A fine lino of hacks, buggies, enrts, car
riages, buckboards, etc. lloth onr own
make and tlie be-t eastern made buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on tlic undersigned, wagon and car
i Inge makers and blacksmiths, 3SS$, 312
and 314 Commcieinl Mrcct,.Snlom.
and Development Co.
of Tamaullpas, bordered by tho state of
and opportunities for vast public enterprises
Ictter. direct or through any banker or
F. K. IYIORELAND, Financial Agent,
No. 57 Broadway, New York.
lm - dw
Land of Discoverie
Those who have used it
dies nro giving satlxfactlou, and n cus
tomer with Hronchltls says It lstlieonl
remedy that gives instant icllof.
SKHUEI.L. a Covint, Druggists,
M.,.. " tho pleasure to Inform
ndVc you tliat your Preparations aic
meeting with largo sales. Wo hour
Nothing but Praise &B"J
Nanscawkn a Co., Druggists,
That It will accomplish tlie end desired
In all alicctlons of the Throat and Lungs
U ..til and you not only will not bo
II Will without it yourself, but will
recommend It to others, as thousands
liavo done, who have tried everything
clso In vain. Money Is no object where
Kn'corand !ne Convince You
trilling sum of one dollar can purchase
a remedy that will stand between you
and one of tho most dreaded of human
Circulars sent free, containing detailed
Is prepared only by tho AMETINE
MElJIRAb CO., Orovllle, Cal.
Dr. H. SMITH
Now in powetwton of n new dbteoveryin
medicine, whloh U purely u local nnuwtliet
Ic, nnd iicU ulrncmt InntiiirtnnmuiiIyontliR
kniroundlnic iImum of the teeth. It in Iu
no way InJurlouK or unplennant to the
tjite. The manufacture of It claim thut
Ik wiunl ha never been known before, and
by applying It to the inhltlve or sore
teeth, they can be cleaned and filled
without pain. Honll thonc thulVaut all
kind of dental work done without pain,
would better onll on Dr. JL Hmlth. Teeth
extracted fur SO cenu,
The Standard Coniljklion Fence!
No. 260 CooBwcfol St.
MI Stylos cl Feuifig Made (o Order
ON SHORT NOTIOB.
Sheep Mioiirliig l,y Mitctilnerj .
According to ono of our correspon
dents, n Mr. Suckling, who owns a
sheep station named Horsham, near
Murrurundi, in Now South "Wales,
has now In operation In his shed a
sheep-shearing implement which is
driven by compressed air. It resem
bles a pair of ordinary horse-clippers,
and can be comfortably held In the
hand. The motive power causes a
small piston in thojbase of the han
dle of the machine to work back
wards and forwards with extreme
rapidity. The piston sets In motion
a bar, w Inch, working upon a pivot,
causes the cutting teeth of the ma
chine to oscillate rapidly over the
rigid teeth of the comb below. The
cutting action is thus precisely the
same as horso-cllppers. A rigid
metal pipe runs aloug the length of
the shed, and each machine is con
nected to It by a ilexible India- rub
ber tube. The air is turned on, and
the upper teeth of tho implement
work rapidly over the comb; the op
erator seizes his sheep and applies
his machine. As the teeth of the
comb run through the wool close to
the skin the cutters sever tho fibres
quite evenly, and the whole lleeco
seems to peel oil' as if by magic.
There is no chance of tho animal be
ing cut. as with shears. The lleeco
Is much more closely, as well us
evenly, taken oil' than by the old
method, and less liable to bo broken,
and tho labor involved Is much less.
St. James Oazctte.
"Dan," said tho President, "what
document are you inclosing In that
"Your letter of acceptance, sir. 1
am about to send it to tho National
Democratic Committee. You handed
it to me an hour or two ago."
"I thought I did, Dan, but 1 must
have niado a mistake. Hero is my
letter of acceptance on my desk. It
must have been something else. Let
mo look at it. Good heavens, Dan!"
exclaimed tho President, as his hair
rose up on end, "it's a veto message!
I wouldn't have that sent to the
committee for ifoO.OOO!" Chicago
A new kind of a husband turns
up in Now Jersey, ono who gouges
his wife's eyes out for amusement.
Ho is on trial for tho ollense, but
Judge Lynch should give him a
short shrift and a Hiiro cord.
k i: -k k
m iiiiiH, -"
"ySring Addison. I3ut hadn't"
you, for a fow joars ut loaat,
ratbor look nt tho lirrnntuont
-from tho undorsido. -
YOIT CAIT DO IT
by obsorvinj; Iho laws of
health and rosorting to thatj
choat tho gravo modicino
WAENEE'S SAFE CUBE
Yqu aro out of sorts; a- eplon-
did feoliDg and appotito ouo"
day, while tho noxt day lifo
is a burden. If you drift
-$on in this way you aro linblc-fC
to become Insane. Why?
Becauso poisoned blood on
.wtho nervo contors Mbcrclnc
the uicntnl faculties aro
located, paralysos thorn and
the rictim bocomoa non-ro-
Thero aro thousands of poo
ple to-day In innane nsylunis
"nnd craves, put there by
Kidney Poisoned Illood.
Insanity, according to sta-
J(tistics, ia increasing faster-
than any other1 disease. Is
your oyesigbt failing f Your
memory bocoming impaired T-J
An all-gbno feeling on slight
exertion upon youT If so,
-fcand YOU know whether thi's
is so or not, do not rieglectr
your caso until reason totters
nnd yon are an imbecile but
.w to-day Trhlleyou hare reas--k
on, uso ydur good sonso and
judgment by purchasing
WARNER'S SAFE CVUB
wand WAKNtlt'H HXVV.M
""PILLflj modicinos warranted
to do as represented, and
which will cure you,
The Jersey Lily yesterday loft
Long Branch for California. She Is
not in good health.
A four story building In Chatta
nooga was destroyed by lire on Thurs
day night, and ten persons lost in
the ruins. Loss $ 100,0(X).
At Hlooinguest's brewery, on
Thursday, in Kllensburg, T., a
small child fell Into one of the boil
ing vats and was scalded o death.
Yellow fever has been declared an
epidemic in Jacksonville, Kin., and
the people aro lleelng. Five now
eases have been reported in tlie past
Maxwell, the murderer of Prel
lor, was hanged In St. Louis .voter
day. Tlie rope slipped, and he
struggled fearfully for 14 minutes
before death came.
Three prisoners broko jail yester
day at Kedding, Cal., and aro now
hotly pursued. One figured In a
murder case, one a burglar and tho
other a horse thief.
Cleveland In an interview with a
democratic senator, disclaims any
intention of modifying his tarlfl"
views. He says ho lias taken his at
titude after careful reflection and
Tho command of tho army Is Ir
tually in tho hands of Secretary
Kndleott and will bo until after the
funeral of Gen. Sheridan. It Is prob
able that the order assigning Gen.
Scholleld to duty as commander In
chief of tho army will bo Issued on
Tnnochst old lndy 1 leio Is un
ndvertWLMiieut 1 wlnh you would In
sert for ine In to-morrow lnornlng'H
Editor (reading advert isviiiout)
"Lost A black silk umbrella with
gold knob on handle, engraved with
letters A. ). C. Finder will pleaxc
leave at 2IK) Praliie avenue." All
Innocent old lady How iiiuuh?
Editor (with emotion) Nothing,
ma'am. You bavo given mo a
glimpse of a faith that I ( hough t
had died out In tills world hundreds
ofyearsago. John, Insert tills among
the church notices.
Mr. N. JL FrohllcliHtelu, of Mo
bile, Ala., writes : I take great
pleasure iu recommending Dr.
King's New Discovery foreonsiiinj)
tion, having used it for a severe at
tack of Hronchltls and Catarrh. It
gave nie Instant relief and entirely
cured mo and I have not been allllcf
ed since. I also beg to state that I
had tried other remedies with no
good result. Have also used Kloe
trle Hitters and Dr. King's Now
Life Pills, both of which I can rec
Dr. KIuu'h Now Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, Is
sold on a positive guarantee.
Trial bottles freo at Dr. II. AV.
Cox's Drug Store.
In thf Amusing Coinnllettn of "t'trd I'p."
Hir CInirlOH ColdKlronm, a hlaxo man ol
fiiHhlon, In mndu (o deprecate uvurythlMK
Iu which (HcrylMidy clo 1h HiniiMiNed to
tukomi Intcnwl, with the lungiifil remark
that "there Ik really uothliiK In It." Hit
een extended thU crllldHm to Ihe cnttur
of ViwuvlUH, down which lie looked hut
mWiiothliiKln It." Hilch charaetera ur
mincer on tlilri hide of the Atlantic than
abroad, but they exlut here tiotwItlixtHiid
liiK. Much men need a "II I lip to nature" lo
medicinally Htlmulaluthelr Jaded upiwtlto,
overcome their laiwltutle, and renew the
Mt of cxlHiciicc. They and ntlivrw Uhiii
whom tho world'H ciijoymenu are hcKiu
iiiiik prematurely to imlf, will llnd IliMlet
ler'n rttomach lllttent a wholwme and
Iwdy renewal of vhnir and health. A
iwtlte returnii.dyHpeptlcaud bllloUHnymi
iotiu dlnapiHwr, tlie nervea ltow Ktronif,
with nppreheiiiilou of tin win y reKw when
thin MiiHirlutlvctonluU employed. It rem.
lli fever and ui;uc, rhetimutuim and kid
When Vtiiy wu dek,
We gave tier CTutoria.
Wtiea ihe wu a. Child,
Blio cried fop C'Mtori.
Wlien die became IIm,
Blie dime to CutorU.
Wbea ihe tuul Children,
She Kr tluxn CMtoruv.
sitklri'f Arile Stlrt.
The bunt naive in tho world foi
outs, bruise, ho res, ulcers, wiltrlieuin,
fever soruti, tetter, chapinid hands,
cJillblttlnn, corns, and all skin orui
tious, nnd josItlvvly curtit piles, or
no ay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect Butlsfuctlon, or mousy
refunded. Price 25 cents per box,
Kor sulo Dr. H. W. Cox.
ChllOren Cry frPHctierTs Castorla
1H.AIXE HAS ABKIVEU.
Oranil Ovation On tho llrturii
the .Man from Jliiinc.
Nkw- Yok, Aug. loth. Tluv
steamer City of Now York wan
boarded live miles off Sandy Hook,
while at anchor waiting for high
tide, to cross the bar, by represen
tatives of the prc-, who learned
that the voyage had been a pleasant,
uneventful one. JUaine was well,
and had not sull'ered from seasick
ness. Ho said he was In excellent
Health, and thai his trip had renewed
Shortly after S o'clock Iho steamer
Sloan, with tho Hlainecommittee on
hoard, met tlie City of New York
outside the narrows. The Sloan
turned about, and as both slowly
steamed up tho bay, bow and bow,
cheer after cheer rose lrom the deck
of tho Sloan, although It was yet.
Impossible to distinguish Maine
from among the L'OOO people that
stood on the deck of tho huge
As tlie vessels neaivd each other
Maine's form was at last made out.
standing in a group of friends on tho
upper deck forward. As cheer
after cheer arose Maine bowed
repeatedly, lie was dressed in a
dark cutaway coal, light trousers
and brown derby hat.
The hand on the Sloan played
"Home Again, "lloineSweetllomo"
and "otar Spangled llanner" while
advancing up to miaraiitlue. Then
botli vessels ciuno to an anchor, and
as the Sloan ran over under tho side
of tho city of New York, Malne'K
face and form were plainly visible to
everyone on board. Cheers again
broke forth, handkerchiefs waved,
cries of "Maine," ".James CJ. JHalnc"
and "No freo trade" arose and tho
utmost enthusiasm prevailed. At.
last, atl):ir, to tho music of "J Tall to
the Chief," lllalue got on board tho
Sloan, escorted by Whitolaw Held.
To. a reporter lllalue said ho did.
not know whether he would go on.
to Maine to-night or not. Ho did
not know what arrangements hud
been made for him. AVlien told that
the Trlali Americans proposed to
parade him to-night and present an
address, ho replied : "That's all
right; I'm glad of It."
Ah to what part ho would take in
tho coming campaign Maine said ho
could say nothing at present. Ho
did not think ho would go outside
of Maine until after the Stale elec
tion there on the second Monday iu
When asked about bis health he
at llrst said ho wuh perfectly well,
and then added, laughingly: "That'H
a question I haven't answered In
A DriiKdlerk Hulclde.
Vancoijviui, H. C, Aug. 10.
Last evening Konald CI. Hlrchard,
aged iil, a clerk Iu McDowell A Co'h.
drug store, committed sulcldo by
swallowing two ounces of muriatic
acid during the absence of the pro
prietors. Ifo afterwards swallowed
a quantity of morphine to nllovlato
his siiMeringH. It was fully half an.
hour before the proprietor returned,
during which time Hlrchard waited
on several customers, whllo the acid
was slowly oallng IiIh vitals. livery
ellbrt was vainly made to save Ids.
life. Ho died iu great agony. De
ceased belonged to Heavertou, Out.,
and had worked hi AVinulH)g, Orll
lla and Renfrew.
'rolrueil by ileal.
Ai.iianv, Or,, Aug. 10, A liioHsoii
ger who arrived Iu this city thU
evening after medical uttoudaiico,
wild tiiat 1 1. V. Strattou, residing
near Miller's station, was suiiHtruuk.
to-day whllo working In u harvest
field. Whether fatal or not Is nob
As sunstroke Is almont unknown.
In this climate, it Is likely that tho
victim wus Injudicious, or not In suf
lleleut health to Imi In the harvest
Cream soda, Ico urtmiu sodu, milk:
shakes, lemonades ut Strong A Co.'s
for Tji Cai'ItaZi
Turner, Or July L