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SALElvf, OR., MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1SSS.
ST. HELEN, I'IA-NO TTCJEIl AND
repairer, ah wont wnrraniea.
orders nt T. MeF. Pat toil's book
store, Stnto street, Salem, Or.
T-lXPRESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAI'E
S delivery. Win. Ileiinlelinvlnjr bought
the express lulnes of Walter Ixnve, Is
prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
ases, and nny thing else that he can Ret In
liU wanton to any part of the city, quicker,
safer, batter, and neater, than it can be
done by any body else. Leavo orders at
C o in p any.
Fire and Marine.
jew ALHEKT, Agent. - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open an office. In the New
UanK niocK, on un im, lur iuu irruuiu-m
o! all diseases of women, and nil other
ehronle cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medic.il baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges stilctly
moderate. Address bo 170, Salem, Oi egon.
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
- i-Cir -
A fino line of hacks', buggies, outs, car
riages, backboards, etc. Until our o n
make and the beet eastern made buggta.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING,
LlVKhY I'ISTOb IMJACTlOi:,
Call on tliouiiiloiMgtieri, wagon nd unr
riago makers and blacksmiths,-:t8i, 312
W V 1 1 1
and 3U Coinnieicial s,treet,.bnlein
Scriber -:- and : Pohle.
The Mexican Land and Development Co.
CAPITAL STOCK $ , 000,000.
SHAKES $3.00 EACH.
Full Paid and Non-Assessable.
illli 1'ACKED lllillli DAILY.
WJI. '. IjADUE, President.
DH. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice Piesident.
JOHN' JIOIK, Cashier.
Exchange- on Portland, San Francisco,
New Yoik, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
nai rants bought. Fanneis are cordially
invited to deposit end transact business
with us. Liberal advances inndo on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonaDio rates. Insuranco on Mich se
curity can bo obtained at the. bank in
most reliablo compinles
M tsTAIlLISHED MY XA1IONAI, AVTIIOISITY
I n ' j 1 t j ' i t
iJlCUcl JIUU INilUOmu DflU
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
FORTY THOUSAND SHARES
with 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.
Tills Company have acquired an exclusive grant of several million acres of land
from tjio Government of Mexico in tho state of Taniaullpas, bordered by tho slate of
Texas and the Gulf of Mexico. It comprises rich agricultural, gracing and mineral
landSjMmmcnso foiests of Miluablo timber, and opportunities for vast public enterprises
In tho development and settlement of a territory almost as large as tho state of lvini
svlvania, with n good population, a healthy, moderate climate, and ample rain fall.
Tho land olleied w 1th the stock and for which negotiable certificates will bo Issued, will
provo a choico investment of itself whllo each sharo participates in the wholo enter
prise, ll.ised on the lowest price of Goernment land in tho United State, tho shares
will havo a value many times greater than tho price at which these forty thousand aro
onereii to carry oui mo onjcLis 01 uiu lumpuiij . nuiisciipiion win ue accepted as 101
'rail lien, Write lo Us.
II H)l LOW 4 HALL,
F. M, CAMMACK, -:- Prop,
I'M 13 TABI.1S
Js supplied with, tho best tho market
alibi ils ser cil,by w hlte;cooUs.
mud l,iliinnn l,irMtltit liivmontiint Thirty M1K'nm1 Mi.t. .,n,L
it. v.. u. .....-w ..ii..... .-... ....... ... ..... j.,...T ..in, .. iiiui, in,, n.
Ilemlt by Draft, Check, Exvness or Keglstered Letter, direct or through any bunker or
l'lospecius anu iuil iiiiurimmuu tin uiiuiuuutm.
lews: li'i per cent
- - - $75,000
11. S. WALLACE, - - President.
"W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBEIIT, --.- Cashier.
W. T. Grjy, W. W. Maitiu,
J. M. Martin, 11. S. Wallace,
Dr. W. A.CusIck, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. l'atton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In stoie,
either in private grannrlesor
Stale anil County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt rensonnble rntes. Drafts
drawn direct on Now York, Chicago, Sun
r nincisco, roriiniiu, i.onuon, i-aris, uernu
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
F, K, MORELAND, Financial Agent,
No. 57 Broadway, New York,
If J. "7 L, u 1,1
This hotei;iias lcccntly been telltted and
is now one of the best houses In tho alley.
A shaio of tho public patronago respect
fully soliei(cd.BkEerytlilng ilrst-class.
G. W. 1VATTKKBUHY,
French Calf Boots,
Made to Order, $6.50,
Made to Order. $6.50.
A l)cMiei'iulu Shoots Four Jlen llefoiv
lie is (inii'tei!.
Chicago, Aug. 12. A Times
special l'mm Omalm to-day tolls of it
sanguinary conlliet Into last nighr at
Shenandoah, Iowa, In which tluvo
liwii weio killed outright and w.
oral wounded, one of whom will dio.
Tho report says ; Frank Huliop. a
nioiubor of a rather tough family,
began boating his aged father. A
number of oitioiw intorfoivd, when
young Gallop tired into tho crowd,
killing l K. Pine. Tlic uuoxpoctod
shot and tho diro coiKequonoes foN
lowing it tlnow the oitiens into
oonftisiion, hut they mwh rallied and
niiule tin advaneo to the Ihuko Into
which young (hillop had retreated.
Tho young de.sporado soon appeared
with two revolvers and opened a
fusilade with deadly olleet. The
Hrst man to fall was David Camp
bell, who was shot through tho
nock and fatally wounded. Tho
next victim was Jilrd O. Rice, shot
through tho heatt and dying in
htantly. T. il. Winfrey was tho
last man to drop with a bullet
through his leg.
In tho meantime, old man Gallop
was shot through the shoulder, but
it is not known by whom. Young
Gallop returned to tho house and
began making preparations for es
cape, when Mornly Fletcher llred a
shot from a rltle, which, It was sub
sequently ascertained wont through
Boots and Shoes, IXSEi" "
This latter fuut was not k
if 6 moj.."1
V in ru lii "
I DT 'n'yw. j)
thc Q NLY-!
Importers and Dealers In
loots and Shoes !
AVE YOU A COI.l IX THE HEAD which does not get better? Havo you nn ox
posaIo secretion of mucus matter In tho nasal itassairoh? Aro vou troubleil hv
... ..! rnlttlnn li-niil' nnil Itiflnltml nt'iD fpnnnnnt (.nvnnrwu nf (tin tlinnit ! nnl n ,
roaring In tlio ears, moro or loss Impairment of tho hearing, loss of smell, memory hn
nalred. dullness or dizziness of tho head, dryness or heat of tho noso? Havo you lotall
sense of smell? Is your breath foul? If so, you have tho Catarrh, homo havo all those
symptoms, others only a part.
Ilostores tho senso of tasto and smell, ronioves bad taste and unpleasant breath, result
ing from Catarrh, liisy and pleasant to use. Follow directions and u euro Is guaran
teed by D. W. MATTHfcWH i Co.
CAPTAIN CHAW-US U UIMOX, of Now York City, formerly special agent of tho
l'hanlx and Home Insuranco Company nt San Francisco, Cal., says: "1 havo been
troubled with Chronic Catarrh for twenty years. A friend In Woodland, ChI., recom
mended your California CAT-Il-CUHE. I procurded a Jar, having but little rait li In Its
cumtlve preperties: but I must Rny.after usini; tlireo Jars, I am cured of that dlsKiistlnj,'
disease. Inclosed nnd 85 for which send mo California CAT-ll-CUHK for some A lends,
who aro sutl'erers."
SOLD AND GUARANTEED IJY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 StateSt., Saleivi, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale DeDot.
Satisfaction In all oaww guaranteed.
Ail repahliiK at propoitlonately
A yellow fever panic prevails
through Florida. Jacksonville is
deserted, St. Augustine Is quaran
tined against, cases aro reported in
Manitco and Plant City, and in
South Florida tho situation is grow
Latk&t Sty ms !
General Agents for Oregon of
' B. Forsyfhe's Infallible Core Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. B. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
1'itoi'os.tLs roit WOOD.
i)RomsALs Y11A. UK nUCKIVBD BY
lb dlrveutrs ef Mboot dMrM Na M In
uloo eoantjr unUl Wednwday, tb Whof
Wbr w eonU flr wood and 40onU
fJl0 "WlvwedM OulSaUm tMilWlnr.
t,l . Br ood nnd ( erd oak, to be di
"' at North Batem building; S eord
"mc, to be delivered at South Salam bulM
f , DAVID SIMI'SON.
I"1 Scliool Clerk.
Graduates Student In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Business, Law,
m. (haijitut bisut and tenM. exixn-
lv lD6tituttoa of larnln Jn tlt Nortli-
Wbool opatw flrt Slooday In Stptamlw,
BoUaUM a o(4) form, Ma4Wr IMH-
daMJilM AS. was. M SSS5 j
aa MM noM w frandnteotly oJted
lac tb onl v boU cl vb brutM that da'.
Dr. I-I. SMITH
Now In poMHMKion ol n new dlsooveryin
medicine, whleh Ik purely a looal anuwUiet
Ic, nrnl aets almont tnstantaneouly on the
Hnrroundlny tliwuwt of the teeth. It Ulu
no way InjurlouH or unplttuvtnt to the
tftet. The manufeeluren of it alalia that
lt equal lion never been known before, and
by anplyliig It to the Miuitlve or Mire
teeth, they oun be cleaned ami tlllwl
without pain. HohII ttuwe that want all
kinds of dental work done witlKutpaln,
would better eall on Dr. J I. Smith. Teeth
extracted for CO eenbi,
Tfie Stamlard Combination Fence!
No. 260 CMMTciaJ St
All Stylos f mi Ma4e ti Order
OK SHORT NOTIOB
-fcSnng AddiHon. But hadn't"
you, for a fowjeurs ntlonst,
rathor look at tbo firmnuiont
Jfrom tho undorsido. t
YOU CAN DO IT
by observing Lho lnws of
health and rosortinfr to thut v
cheat tho gravo modicino
WARNER'S SAFE CURE
You aro out of sorts; a splon-
-,did fooling and appotito ono"r
day, whilo tho noxt day lifo
is a burdon. If you drift
-$on in this way you aro liable-
to become Insane. Why?
Bocauso poisonod blood on
.ktho norvo contors ivhcrcln-
tho nicntnl faculties arc
located, paralyses thorn and
tho victim bocomoa non-ro-u
Thero aro thousands of poo-
-k1n Asv-sl Iticniin nuwltltllil
-Knnd graves, put there by
Kidney Poisoned Illood.
Insanity, according to sta-
Vtistics, ia increasing !aaU)rM
than any other disuuso. Is
your eyesight failing? Your
fCmemcry bocoming impairodT-C
An all-gono foaling on slight
oxertion upon youT If so,
and YOU Icnov whether this
is so or not, do not nogloct
your caso until roason totters
nnd you aro an imbecile, but
j( to-day while you have reas-t
on, ubo your good senso and
judgment by nurohaaing
WABNER'B SAFE CURB
K-and WARNER'S 8AFEJ
to do bh represented, and
whioh will cure you.
tho crowd until UuUop'n wife cried
out to tlio uiomiI to sto) firing, Hint
iter husband was dwul. Tlio t-ltloiw,
fearing treachery, called her out,
and giving her a rojw told her to
fasten it about her hiiHband'H neck.
This hIio did, and tlio wliolewulo
nuirdcrcr'H naked body was dragged
through tho streets until it was fear
fully mutilated. It was 11 nnlly de
posited on tho lloor of the city hall,
where It was viewed by hundreds
of citizens liming the day. Old iniui
Gallop and his w I fo were a nested
and lodged in Jull.
The two men, I'lno anil Illco, as
well as tho wounded, wero promi
nent eitiens. There Is no chance
for Campbell's recovery, and his
death is expected momentarily.
Pine's body has been taken to (,'ales
btirg, III., for Interment.
Shenandoah Is tho town in which
the night before Fred Phillips out
raged tho littlo (1-year-old daughter
of Pine, tho man who lost his life,
for which bo was treated to a coat of
taruud fuathcrrt by an angry popu
lace, and dually strung up tp a tele
graph polo until ho confessed tbo
crime. lie was thou ordered to
leavo tho country.
Tho llritish parliament was pro
rogued to-day to Nov. Oth.
Lawrence 11. Jerome died in
Sharon, Conn., yo.-tcrday. Hewai
in his (HHli year.
Tho Mackintosh sampling work
nt SandyT fourteen mile from Salt.
Lake, wore destroyed by tiro on Sun
day. Lo-i, $35,000.
Upwards of '200 person1 wero
drowned in Vtdpa.rutso yesterday by
the bursting of a reservoir belonging
to the Lena brewery.
l'orty rioters engaged in (he dem
onstration sit the Kndes fuuenit iu
Paris, bavo been sentenced to short,
terms of imprisonment.
Mr. Uitbrop, United States minis
ter to Hussla, bis family and Huron
I Inline, thellaneeof Mr. Lotlirop's
daughter, have started for America.
A telegram from Afton, Iowa,
tells of the shooting of Uavid Ar
nold by A. 11. Httlllnger, on Satur
day. Tho shooting grew out of tbo
Tho feeling toward llottlnnger by
tho French populace Is still qtilto
heated. At St. .lean d'Angly yes
terday, an instructor In tbo lycetuu
llred live shots at him.
Four companies of mill! lit have
been withdrawn from Stevens coun
ty, Kas., and as tlio excitement has
abated, the remaining four compan
ies will soon be Ithdrawu.
Now thero Is a talk of somo Mani
toba legislators being concerned In
a boodle arrangement with tho
Northern Pacitlc. A conspiracy
exists to force tbo contract through
i;im riciiii ivh iiiimiiMi ui wir,
(ilKiintle l.iiinlici' Tnut,
Mi.vnuai'omh, Aug. 12. Details
of one of tbo most gigantic tnisls
over devised havo Just conio to tho
stirfaco In this city. It is a combi
nation of all tho principal lumber
IntcrostHof Minnesota with those of
Wisconsin. Fred Woycrhatisor Is at
the head of tho company. It Is
stated that tbo company controls
about 10,000,000 Invested in iumlxir
and plue lauds, and that It now
owns nine billions of stuiiipugo in
Tbo excitement still niU,hJkb, nU
ltoekaxyay iteacli over the bruTnllly
of saloonkeeper William Itohan, who
gouged his wife's eyes out. Tho un
fortunate creature Is still sud'orlug
intense agony and is unable to ap
pear against the brute.
Constable Timothy Jones of Hock
away Ileach took tho (lend from tho
(Jueen's County Jail, In Long Island
City, yesterday, to Far Mookiiway,
before J ust ice 1 1 only. Dr. Folllo pie-
sen ted an allldavlt, showing that tbo
po'r woman wasunablo to appear iu
court. Tho Judge was so overcome
by tho barbarity of tbo case that ho
refused to admit tlio prisoner to ball.
Meanwhile many people gathered
about tho court room, and the pre
mier trembled as ho heard tho many
threats made against him for his
brutal act. Justice Ilealy reallod
the unttireofairulrs and at once com
mitted Itohan to tbo County Jail
again until Friday. Tbo bruto while
being taken from tbo court to tbo
depot, appeared to bo very uncom
fortable. One cltieu told Constable
Jones that If be had a ropo ho woul d.
mnko short work of his prisoner.
Many similar threats wero made.
Now York Times.
I'atiil llout Aijlcli'iit.
Nl'.w Yomc, Aug. 12. Three
young men, Soloman Held, ngod 10
years, Win. Lawrence, aged 18, and
the third name unknown, were
drowned to-night in tho Kant river,
opposite Sixth Mtreet, from a Ixmt
which was ujMet by the wash from
h ferrylnrnt. They tried to hwIiii
ashore iu m strong tide, and their
five eomimnioiiH were rescued after
clinging to the bout's keel for half
Cmb Hrerr Ut).
Furrar & Co. liuve u frosh Htook of
fruits, vegetuiiltM and berrltw every
day, and their fancy and staple
grocery department U eoiiHtantly re-plaukilied.
Crem mmIh, lee cruwui wxla, milk
shake, Ieiuoudi at Strong & Co.'s
A I'hulrr Invtwtmrut.
Tlio Mexican Land and Doveloj)
ineut Company, of No. fi7 Mroatl-
way, Now ork, liave awpilrcd it
grant of public laud In the state of
TamaullpaM, Mexico, , covering sev
eral million acres, it covers the
most fertile section of land on tho
Continent, with a soil so rich and a
climate so orfect that three crops of
somo cereals are produced hi ono
year. Its forests aro also liuixtssablo
with tlio growth of rare and valua
ble woods. Tbo standing timber
alouo moro than warrants the capl
tlliatlon of tbo company controlling
tlio grant, yet iu value It reprcM.'iiU
but a fraction of tho worth of tht
millions of acres Inexhaustible in
fertility and prodtietlvonosx. A.
limited amount of tho Company's
slock Is ottered for sale at $A pel
share. Witli each share Is given a
certificate which entitles tbo holder
to live acres of land free. Soo ad
Ureguu Oily Ilrldr
Ollver Jury, Just homo from Col
umbia county, looked In upon us to
day. He stopped at Oregon City,
and took a look at tlio second frco
bridge Isjlng built aurotw thu Wil
lamette, Kalem'ri being tho tlrst.
Tho bents aro upon tlio east side off
the river and work is logun on thu
stono piers. Ho thinks it will not ho
as wide a structure us ours. Jlut our
nelghlsir ormnty is to be congratu
lated on Its enterprise. The travel
ing public there, as hare, will wmih
dUtiover the luuneuiw aggregate of