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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1SSS.
ST. HELEN, riANO TUXEU AND
repairer. All work warranted.
Hxitn nrilera nt X. JSlCt. I'lHIOIl'S DOOK
store, State street, Salem, Or.
I EXPRESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
i ilellicrj. Wm. Hennloliailne bought
the express business of 'Walter Lowe, Is
..ronnrpd to deller trunks. inlUes.pnck-
ices, and any thing else that ho can get In
bis ivnrcon to any part of the city, quicker,
pifer, better, and neater, than It can bo
done by nnv body else. Leal o orders at
Fire and Ma
rine. jOS ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
scientist, anthropologist, phslclan and
surgeon, will open nn office In tho New
11 ink Mock, on Jlay 1st, for tho treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, ox gen and
eUctro-magnetlsni used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 176, fealcm, Oregou.
WJl. N. LADUE. President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN JIOIR, Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
lti ited to deposit und transact business
n Hh us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonaDio rates. Insurance on such ie
curlty can bo obtained at tho hank In
most reliable companies.
MTAW.ISHED 11V NATIONAL AUTHORITY
Capital Paid up,
- - $75,000
H. S. WALLACE, - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cushlci.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J M.Martin, R. S. "Wallace,
Dr W.A.Cusick, J, II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either in prli ato granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New iork, Chicago, ban
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
iiung ivong aim laicuua.
STAIGER . BROS.,
Importora and Dealers in
General Agents for Oregon of
V. B. Forsythe's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. K. Good's old stand.)
SALEJr, : : j : : OREGON.
i'iioiostu rou wood.
HOIX)gAL8 AVIU UK UBCEIVED BY
aireeton of Mbooi dliUMt ffa m in
Kozzrrsi ?:. !: STT!f'i-Lfrj:
? V x iMI vered at Hbm SWm baOdlns
cord nr wood and i crtrd oak, to be di
iijwa ul uortj, &,um building: eonU
lo be dllierd at South Salem build
"f, , DAVID HIMPSON.
The Capital National Bank
I p- MAKERS jHjO?
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
Scriber -: and -: Pohle.
The Mexican Land
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000.
SHAKES $5.00 EACH.
Full Paid and Non-Assessable.
FORTY THOUSAND SHARES
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 hai o acquired an oxclusli o grant of soi oral million acres of land
from tjiofloi eminent of Mexico in tho state of Tamaullpis, bordered bi tho statoof
Texas anu inouuu 01 -Mexico. 11 comprises ricn agricultural, grazing ana mineral
landVammenso forests of ittluablo timber, and opportunities for last public enterprises
In tho doi clonmcnt and settlement of a terrltoiy almost as largo os tho statoof l'ciin-
Rilinnln, with n good population, a liealtlii,
nlilUI!l, M 111! U fclMJVl UIUIUIIUII,U 1111(111,, Ull'tlllttlU nullum-, (Hill IllIIJIIU 1UIII lull.
Tho land ollered with tho stock and fon hlch negotiable certificates i ill bo issued. n 111
proi e a choice lniestment of Itself whllo each sharo partlclpitcs In tho nholo enter
pilse. Based on tho lowest price of Goi eminent land in tho United Matos tho Shan's
will haio nialuo many times greater than the prlco at which those forty thousand aie
ollered to carry out tho objects of tho Compan . (subscription u 111 bo accepted ns fol
low s: 25 pei cent, cash, balanco In equal paimcntsat Ihlrtj.Slxtj audNlnct das.
Remit by Draft, Check, Express or Registered Letter, director through nn l miter or
brokei. Prospectus and full Information on application.
7 - 2S -
12 Br flIU. j CA V cuke roi
suaK cnuLAic .X ATARHK
"0 AVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD i hlch does not get better? Have j on an ex
rl eevilin secretion of mucus mutter In the nasal rmssacos? Aroion troubled liv
him king, spitting, n eak nnd lnllamed cj os,
roaring in tho ears, more or loss impairment
paired, auuness or uizzinesH in uiu ziuuu,urym.'M.ur miiim mo nosov iiaiojou losiail
senseofsmell? Isjourbreothfoul7 If so, ou haio tho Catarrh. Komohaieall theso
symptoms, otners only a pari.
Restores the sense of tasto nnd smell, renioi os
Ing from Catarrh. Iiisy and pleasant to use.
ing from Catarrh. Ijisv and pleosi
teeil by D. W. MATTHEWS it Co.
CAPTAIN1 CHARLES L.
DIMON, of Now
Phamlx nnd Home Insurance Company nt
.v...t.li.l . ttt, Plimiiln ritiirrl, fur Itrnnttf
mended your California CAT-H-CURE. I procurded.ii Jar, having but littlo faith in its
curatii e preperties: but I must say, after using t lireo Jars, I nm cured of that disgusting
disease. Inclosed tlnd 5 for n hlch send me California CAT-R-CURE for home rrleudH,
n ho nre sullerors."
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 StateSt., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale DeDot.
Graduates btudenU In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Ihisiness, Law,
i. i. n..niHii larvntt and least exten
sile Institution of learning In the North-
WSebool open lirt Monday In Sptnbw.
Bm for eatatogu. jo yAy
JM. JM. MEAD,
FiKftg Saws a SpcfaUy.
Hbop on tbe aUar, ojjolte
rj Htablo, ttalem, W.
Aflno line of hacks, buggies, carts, car
ringer, buckboards, etc lloth our own
niako and tho best eastern made buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on tho undcivlgned, i agon nnct car
rlago makers and blnckinlth,3&iH sl'
and .III Commercial stieet.'Salem.
and Development Co.
moderate, climate, and amplo rain fall
F. K. MORELAND, Financial Agent,
No. 57 Broadway, New York.
lm - div
frequent sorenoss of tho throat, ringing or
of tho hearing, loss of smell, nioinoo im
had tastoand unpleasant breath, result.
Follow directions and a euro is gtmnm-
formorlj special agent of tho
Han Francisco, Oil .says: "I tune been
nnn A lrlinfl It, HVm.ll.it.rl fnl n. ......
Dr. H. SMITH
Now In pohas)on ot a new dUooieryin
medlelne, hleli U pural) u local anawtliet.
lo, and acts almost Instantaneously on the
snrroundlne tlMHiea of the teeth. It Is In
no way Injurious or unpleasant to the
taste. The manufacturers of It claim tliat
Its equal has neierbeen known before,and
by applilng It to tbe t-eiwltlve or tore
teeth, tliey can be cleaned and filled
without naln. Ho all thoe that Hunt all
kinds of dental work done without twin,
would better call on Dr,
extracted for 0 eenta.
JI. Hmlth. Teeth
The Standard Combination Fence!
No. 260 CoiMMrcy St
All Stylos ol Fweisg Made Order
ON SHORT NOTICB
Ynqulun Pest: Tho Tmlinns nro
snnrming out of the Slletr. hive.
They come to the bay for llsh.
Dr. Rich claims 100 bushels of
oats per acre, as tho lyield of his
place abo e Toledo, JJenton county.
Albany Herald: Thcio is nn In
dignant community nt Scio. nnd
justly too, as the narrow Kiugo
railroad promised to run n s itch
into that city nnd then throw up
the job, after tho citiens had partly
done the noik, for very naltiv
Last iieek Harvey Stelnhatiscn,
who lived thiee miles -viest of
Gervais, ias found dead in his bed,
having taken a dixo of saltpetre
Instead of silts, iihich he bought
by mistake. He ins n Ociinnn, 15
years of nge, nnd has no lelntives in
Albany Dcmociat, the 11th:
csterday evening Mr. J. C. Strat
ton, on Jliller's Station, was nttend-
ing to somu bees, with n netting
over his head, when ho becamo
heated nnd fainted nwnj. Hoivns
taken into his house, nnd J)r. J. P.
Wallace, of this city, was sunt for
who nt tended him. Itwns of the
natuio of sunstioke, from tho eU'ects
of which he hits nboiit rccoieied.
New York Star the 7th : Dining
the stonn of Sattnday night the
house of Mrs. Mniy "Wnrd of Middle
Village, L. I., was struck by light
ning. Mrs. Wnrd wns in the
kitchen at tho time. Sho Mas in
stantly killed, her faco being shock
ingly disllguied and her elothing
ripped fiom her body. Her thiee
chlldien who wuio sleeping In an
adjoining room, escaped unharmed.
In ii Hud AVaj.
Littlo Chicago boy Kin jo
n poor, harmless, helpless boy li
KindCitien I reckon so.
you an oiphan, sonny V
15oy I'm wuss nor nn oijihan.
Mo fmldcr an' muddcr is both di
ivoiced nn' nianiedngln' an' 1 don't
know whose boy J am, an' am slow
ly fcigittln' mo o n name. Epoch.
1'irsh 1 ieij Dii).
Farrnr & Co. hnvo a fiesh stock of
fi nits, vcgctnbles nnd berries every
day, nnd their fancy nnd stnplo
giocery department 1h constnntly ic
"FSnng Addison. But hadn't"
you, for u f ow jenra nt least,
rather look nt tho iirmamont
(from tho undorsido. -$t
YOU CAN DO IT
by observing tho lnwa of
honltu nnd rosorting to thnt
client tho grnvo modicino
WAENBR'S SAFE CURE
You nro out of sorts; n splon-
did fooling nnd nppotito onoT
day, while tho noxt day lifo
is a burden. If yon drift
-Jcon in this way you nro Ilnblc-Jt
to liccomo Insane. Why!
Becnuso poieonod blood on
.fctho norvo contora vhcrclnc
tho lucntnl faculties nro
located, paralyses thorn nnd
jjho victim bocomoa non-ro-1
Thero aro thousands of peo
ple to-day In Insane asylums
"Kind trayes, put there by"
Kidney Poisoned Blood.
Insanity, according to stn-
.fetistics, ia increasing fastor-K
than any other disoaso. Is
your eyesight failing? Your
-JSmemcry becoming impaired T-c
An nll-gono fooling on slight
ozertion upon you! If bo,
-knnd YOU know whethor this
is bo or not, do not nogloct
your caao until reason toUera
nnd you aro an imbocile, but
to-day wlilleyou huvcr ens-(
on, uso your good sense and
judgment by purchaaing
WABNEK'S 8AFE CURE
oand WAHNEit'H HAFE
" PILLS medicinoa warranted
to do as represented, and
which, will euro you.
Moro I.iitnlipr llonopoly,
MiNNKAi'OLit., Aug. 1. It is re
ported hero that n syndicnto backed
by Derlln enpitnl, is secretly buying
up nil tho nvnilablo timber lnml in
Minnesota nnd Wisconsin, and
already vast tracts hnvo been se
cured nnd others nro steadily being
nbsorbed. In some instances nearly
twice tho ruling figures for pine
lands ha e been paid for desliable
A filooin.i Outlook,
Sior Cuv, Iowa, Aug. 1!!. 1U
lunts fiom Northwestern lown and
Southern Dakota indicnto a gloomy
outlwik for ciops. In lown most of
tho small grains will bo less than
one-third the aveiage. In many
counties rust has mined the wheat,
and oats in luoio titan halftlie Ileitis
will not bo cut. Hi en otherwise
good ileitis have been twisted nnd
tangled by tho lecent stonns. These
storms hnvo also greatly damaged
l'oi rtlturn iT 1, iiiiN
Wahiiixh'ion, Aug. 13. The
houo eonuulttco on public lands to
day lefeired ton sub-cominlttee tlte
senate bill declarlngthe forfeltuie of
lands granted to aid in tho con
struction of wagon roads in Oregon.
The sub-conunitteo was iustiuctcd
to consider the senate bill in con
nection with that Introduced in
the house by Hermann, which is
moro extreme, and provides for a
moio sweeping foifelturo in ac
cordance Mlth tho leeonnuenda
tions of tho Intel lor Dopaitment,
and icport to n full committee next
Striking Colli KlliiiMHtlirt'iitiiii'liiiiiblo.
Watkiu.oo, In., Aug. 1.'!. Troub
le Is fenied ntthoLohlgh coalmines,
in Webster county. Tlicio has been
n lock-out at tho mines since tho 1st
ofM"ny, tho milium claiming that
tho operators insisted on their sign
ing a conduct to wnho the provis
ions of the mining law in icgm dto
weighing befoie screening nnd also
to work for less than last yen 'swa
ges. Nothing lias been done at any
of the Lehigh mines for six weeks,
until Satuiday, when n gang of Im
pel tod miners was set to woik by
the railway companies owning one
of the mines. Tho strikers tried to
pcisundo the new men not to go to
work, but nenily all signed tho re-,
quiied contrnct nnd wont to woijc
this morning. If tho men persist
in working it is feared n collision
will follow between them nnd the
strikers with disastrous results.
Vtillow liu k,
Jackhonvii.m:, Aug. HI. This
morning thcio wore eighteen cum
of yellow fever, three convalescent
and one dangeroiiHly 111. Throe
now cases Mere reported up to J5
o'clock, and one death occured this
forenoon. Tho food supply Is cut
short, hotels nre closed mid .most of
tho restaurnnts. Many factories
will bo cIood, throwing many hands
out of employment. Tho authori
ties four that great privation will
fall upon tho poor jicoplo deprived
of work and ut tho sumo time pre
vented from going elsewhere. Tho
groat discouraging feature Is the
continued hot, murky weather, and
tho fact that new canon develop in
all parts of the city. It Is reported
that a piuiii! prevails at St. Augus
tine over tho discovery of sovenil
suspected cases of yellow fever.
Wa8iiin('ion, Aug. ltt. Hur-veyor-Ooneral
tho Klorldu yellow lever epidemic
serious enough (o demand a personal
HUjiervIsIon. Ho loft yesterday for
WuycroM, Florida, which is the
first fumigating station Instituted.
California, tkr Unit of llltwrcrlNi.
Why will you lay uwakeull night,
coughing, w lien that most ell'ectivu
and agreeable California remedy,
Kanta Able, will give you Immediate
roller HANTAAHIUIm tho only
guaranteed euro for Consumption,
Asthma and all Jlronchlal Com
plaints, hold only in I urge Ixittleu,
at $ 1 00. Thrw for $2 W). 1). W.
Matthews fc Co., 1(M) Ktato street,
Balem, will lie pleased to supply you,
una guarantee roller when ttwsl as
directed. CALIKOHNIA CAT-H-
CUItK never falls to relieve Catarrh
or Cold In the Head. Klx mouths
treatment, (1 (X). liv mall, (1 10,
Children CryfrrPitcherTs Castorla
Tho American party hold their na
tional convention In Washington
to-day. Seventy delegates paraded
Gen Sheridan's estate is valued at
$21,1171, of which slender amount.
$0,000 is in swords. Ho leaves one
third to his widow nnd the lest in.
trust to hl four children.
Bin! ne left New Votk yesterday
for his home in Augusta, Maine. Ho
was greeted warmly nt every town
ho passed through, and at Hostou
spoke to 10,000 people from the ho
A Madiid dispatch reports po
litical ociteineut in Cuba over a.
movement, to which some iu
Ihiential Ameiicnn politicians nro.
piivy, to mines. Hint Island to tlu
Tho great San Joaquin much at
Santa Ana, Oil., consisting of up
w nid-of 100,000 acres of line land,
has finally been sold to an eastern,
syndicate. The purchase pi lee is
supposed to bo $l,.r)50,000.
(ion. Haiiisou, likotho apostles of
old, has gone n-llshlug. Ho has
gone with his son-in-law, tho
gairutous "Mae" and others to l'ut-In-Hay,
whole he will put In two
weeks. While the others ply
rod and line, the geneinl will
pare his letter of acceptance.
The Mexican Land and Develoiv
ment Company, of No. f7 Hroad
wav. New Yoik, have ucmilred a
giant of nubile laud In tho state of
Tnniaullpns, Mexico, , covering sev-
eial million acics. it coveis llto
most feit lie soot Ion of land on tho
Continent, with a soil so ileh and u
climate so perfect that thiee crops of
some cereals aio produced In ono
year. Its foiests aionlso Impassable
with the growth of late and valua
ble woods. The standing timber
alone more than warrants tho eapl
the grant, vet in value It represents
but n liaction of (ho worth of the
millions of ncies inexhaustible In
fertllltv and productiveness. A
limited amount of the Company's
stock is olloicd for sale at Hi per
shaio. With each sharo Is given a.
ccitillcnto which entitles the holder
to live lien's ol laud lice, heo ad
1 rum lllrtb lo t tic lrae
Woainy Willi im rurtiiln iiIijhU'iiI trnltH.
iih wo iliKortnlii ini'iiliil iliiiriii'turlHtluri. In
Hoiiini'li Hint Myiliol(KlKtH Imvo Htrlvrn ti
iliwlKiiuti) b kuiiuiIu tltliM icrinln t'in ik-i -iinii'iitH
iiHtbu bllloiiH, tbo iiurvmiH,; tho
lyiniliatlu. 'I liu iiiillvidiml with n willow
oniiiiili'xlon iHml down iih hlllimx, nrtuit
rikiitiyo. irtho wimm in tim iiiuioriiu
Nltln Ih tniioublo to bllii In tbo IiIihkI, Its.
priwontula tliuwroiiK plnio liiMlwulof tbo
111 it, will iiIko bo oiliidil by fnroa tbo
toiiK'K', pol'i btiuMitli lliu rlxlit ribs nail
tbroiiKli the rlKlit Nlioulilor libuli Hlilt
IihiiIiiuIu', coiiHtlimtlou, lliitiiluiiiniiil la-
illKiMtlon. Tor tliurtllofofflilH vury eom.
moii, bat not muwiitlully ix-rllium ronu
plaint, thorn Ih no more Kenlal nnd
tlioroni!li ruint'ily tliim IlcwtutlHr'H Htoin-
mil lllttfrx, ivliluli Ih iiIho a buiuitliont
tonic mill HtrmiKtli iironiotur, unci n wlilul
Mtfiii(Ml ruini)ily for mid premnttlvo or
ruler, huh hkiiv, riiuiuniuiHiii, Kiniivy nun
The Wrdlct l'iunliaoun.
W. D. Hult, Druggist, Illppus.
I ml., testllles: "1 can recommend
Klectrio lllttem as the very best
romodv. Hvery bottle sold has
given relief In every case. Olio man
tooic six Domes, aim wns enreu ut
lllieuiiiatlHiii of 10 yearn' standing."
Abraham Hare, druggist, Hollvllle,
Ohio, alllrins; "Tho lost hoIUiik
medicine I have ever handled In
my 20 years experience. Is Klectrio
IHlters." Thousands or others have
added their testimony, w that tho
verdict Is unanimous that Klectrio
Hitters do cure all diseases of tho
Liver, Kidneys or Wood. Only n.
hair dollar a bottle at Dr. II. W.
Cox's Drug Htore.
Daiklcn'i Aralca Ralrt.
The best salve In tho world for,
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, snltrheum,
feior sores, tetter, chapped hands,
ihlllilalns, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or
no jmy required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or mouoy
refunded. Price 25 cents per box,
For sale -. Dr. U. V. Cox.
At Abxlatt Care.
Tho oitiaiNAL AnrsrriNpj
OINTAnSNTh only put up in largi.
two-ounoo tin boxes, ami Is au
abwiluto euro for old sores, burns,
wounds, ohapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure all kinds of pllos. Ask for tho
ORIGINAL A1H3STINIS OINT-
MJSNT. Sold byD.W. MatthewH
& Co., 100 State street, Sulera, Ut 25
ceuts jer box by mall 80 centa.