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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1SSS.
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ST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER ANT)
repairer. All work wiirmnted.
store. State street, Salem, Or.
l-p orders nt i. niur. iimuna uwa
iiLrn'rd to. deliver trunks. vnllses. pack'
tJ,..,Mri nnvthliipclsa that ho can net In
hllwasion to any-part of the city, quicker,
safer Setter, iftnd neater, than It can bo
done toy imy ) u
licavo orders at
Flro and Ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT'Agcnt, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open an ofllce In the New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for the treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronlo cases; -on strictly hyglenloand nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 178, Salem, Oregon.
WM. N. LADUE. President:
DK. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIK, Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, Han Francisco,
New York, London and Uoug Kong
bought nnd sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Fanners aro cordially
invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reafonaDio rates. Insurance) on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most reliable companies.
established nv national autiiouitv
Capital Paid up,
- - 875.1(00
It. S. WALLACE, - - President.
V. "W. MAKTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
V. T. Gray, W. AV. Mnrtin,
J. M. Martin, 11. S. Wallace,
Dr. W. A.Cusick. J. II. Albert .
T. MeF. Pntton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market-
able produce, consigned or in store,
produce, consigned or In sti
iltlier in prlvnto granaries or
either tn prlvnto granari
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at .reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
I Importers nnd Dealers in
loots and Sloes!
b'encral Aleuts for Oregon of
B. Ftnytke's lihllllle Gira Curt
243 Commercial Street,
(too. K. Good's old s4Ad.)
LESf, : : : : : ' OREGON.
Take Nete or TIiU.
1U lmproTd cardan IumC ! I
Si?.'.w4e- oo4 rod k tows Um
WlLUk A C1IAMBKKUN.
OpM JIuom, Mittom, Or.
First National Ban
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
Scriber -:- and -:- Pohle.
The Mexican Land
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000.
SHARES $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,
Tills Comnanv have ncaulrcd mi exclusive errant of several million nei-os of land
from tjio Government of Mexico in tliostati
xuxas aim uicuuu 01 .aioxico. u comprises ricn agricultural, grazing anu mineral
landy Jmmcnso forests of valuable timber, and opportunities for vast imblioonternrWoH
in the development nnd settlement of a territory almost as largo as the state of Penn
sylvania, with u good population, n healthy, moderate climate, nnd iimplo mln fall.
The land otrercd with tho stock and for which negotiable ccrtlllcatos will bo issued, will
provo a choleo Investment of Itself whilo eacli slmro participates In tho whole enter
prise, llased on the lowest prico of Government land in tlio United Statas the shares
will havo a value many times Rreater than tlio prlco at which these forty thousand aro
offered to carry out tlio objects of tho Company. Subscription will bo accepted us fol
lews: :ii per cent, ensn, uaiance liiequai payments ai nuriy, sixty ana ruincivunyi
Remit by Draft, Check, Express or lteglsteicd Letter, direct or through any banker i:
rrospccius anu iuu lniormiuiou un
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A D I fT Mir MrTiL
AVE YOU A COLD IK THE HEAD which does not get better? Ilnvoyounnox
cesMvn secretion of mucus matter in tho nasal duhfjipm? Amvnti tmnltlpil liv
awkincr. spitting, weak and Inflamed eyes,
roaring Tn tlio ears, moro or loss Impairment
paired, uuunoss or uizzihobhoi me neau, urynessor neat or mo no0 7 Have you lost all
senso of smell? Isyour breath foul? Ifso, you have tho Catarrh. Some liavo all thcMs
symptoms, others only a part.
ItostoroH tlio sonso of taste and smell, romoves bad taste nnd unpleasant breath, result
ing from Catarrh. Kasv and pleasant to Uhe. Follow directions and u euro is guaran
teed by D. W. MATTHEWS Co.
CAPTAIN' CHAULES I. DUIOK, of.Now
l'liauiix nnu iiome iiuurunee uomjiany
troubled with Chronic Catarrh for twent:
curative preperties: but 1 must say.arter using three Jars, I am cured of that dlMmslIng
disease. Inclod llnd $5 for which send me California CAT-H-CUKE for Mine friends.
iitaiiuru l uui iiiiiifi .,.( vj.b&, j u m ..d. a
who are sutlBrers."
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 StateSt., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Deoot.
Graduate Students In
Normal, Husiness, Law,
It to Ut oldart, larat and Ut ex(n
sive Instltutlou of leurnlnK In lite North-
bShxA oxtn &ni llooday In 8i4mbr.
IT: Sotam. Omioa.
JM. JM. MEAD,
FWng Saws a Sjwefaky.
Step on Um Bltoy, oppetlM Mlto' Uf,
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING,
Call on tho undersigned, wagon nnd car
o maKcrsana DincKsmitns.ssK. 31
3H Commercial street, Salem.
and Development Go.
- of Tamauliiias, bordered by tlio state of
A fine line of hacks, buggies, carts,
rinses, buckbonrds, otc. llotli oujv
make and tho best eastern nindo bug
F. K. MORELAND, Financial Agent,
Noi 57 Broadway, New York,
lm - dw
freoucnt Boreness of tho throat, rlndm? or
of the hearing, loss of smell, momory Im
l.. rr. ATAHrriM
f nt San Kranclsoo, Cal., says: "I havo been
ty years. A friond In Woodland. Cnl., reeoiu
I procurdetl n Jar, having but llttfo faith in Its
iiiui; i. i uni i. 1111. iiix.im mil. iiiiii.
Dr. JH. SIVIITI-I
Now in po'ioiikin ot h nv duMxtvery in
medicine, which l purely a lootl nnittht
Ic, iindaets almost lntnUneouly on the
Diirroundlne tluw of tlte ttwtli. It U In
no way Injurious or undiit to the
tuste. The manufacturer of It olwlm that
Its erjual tuts nevrbtn known Iwfure, and
by Hpnlylng It to the Minlllve or or
teeth, they own be cleaned and filled
without pain. Ho all tlnxte that want all
kinds of dental work done without jwln,
would better eall on Dr. II. Hmllh. Teeth
ejctraoted for SO cenbi,
The Standard Combination Fence! i
No. 260 CMMRM-Cfel St.
All Styles of Mug Made U Order
ON SHORT NOTICa
rapt. A. II. Uogardas.
Champion wing shot of tho world.
Tlio name of Capt. llogardus Is n
household word. He is the greatest
living marksman ; hi May, 1S75, he
carried away tho champion medal
of the world. Since then he has held
undisputed possession of tho coveted
trophy. He is the only man that
ever Killed 100 birds In as many
shots, and who broke 1,000 glass
balls in 1,000 shots In one hour
ami six minutes. His record is
without precedent, nnd the most ex
pert handlers of tho shotinin havo
tried in vain to equal tho least of
his achievements. His oldest son is
master of tho rlile and tho acknowl
edged mperior of the best shots in
tin: sporting world; and the young
est, a boy of twelve years, while
rapidly maneuvering on roller
skates, breaks glass balls (with his
ritle) held in his father's hands, and
supplements this performance by
ringing a target bell at twenty
paces, sixteen times in twenty sec
onds. The most marvelous display
of shotgun and rillo practlco over
seen at one time anywhere. His
other sons aro equally prollciont.
This noted family of crack shots can
be stom in collection with the other
attractive features of Sells Urothors'
Great Hippodrome and Menagerie,
in this city, Tuesday, Aug. 28th.
A Vt oiuan's. l)tco try.
"Another wonderful discovery has
been made and that too by n lady in
this country. Disease fastened its
clutches upon her and for seven
years she withstood its severest tests,
out her vital organs were under
mined and death seemed 'imminent
For thrtv months she coughed in
cessantly and could not sleep. She
bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption and
was so much relieved on taking ilrst
dose that she slept all night and
with ono bottle has been miraculous
ly cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther
Lutz." Tims write W. C. Hainriek
&Co., of Shelby, N. C Oft a free
trial bottle at H. W. Cox's Drug
Tlie Vcnllrt Ilnnnlinou.
AV. D. Suit, Druggist, JJlpnus.
I nil., Untitles: "I can rct'oiiiim-iul
lik-ctrle Bitters us the very lient
remedy. Every bottle sold lnw
given relief in every ciik-. One man
took six bottles, anil was cured of
Rheumatism of 10 years' wtanding."
Abraham Hnrc, druggist, Hellvllle,
Ohio, aillnns: "The best selling
medicine 1 have over handled In
my 20 years' experience, is Electric
Hitters." Thousands of others have
added their testimony, so that the
verdict is unanimous thai Electric
Hitters do euro all discuses of tho
Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a
half dollar a boltlo at Dr. II. V.
Cox's Drug Store.
By reason of the state of chronic
Incredulity in which many men
pass their lives they miss half the
good of this world. They seem to
think that doubt and unbelief aro
proofs of wisdom, and through fear
of being deceived reject much that
is true and good. To such minds
the statement that Dr. l'lorco'sXiol
don Medical Discovery Is ti real and
proven euro for all diseases caused
liv a torpid liver, bad blood or scrof
ulous humors carries with it its own
condemnation. They do not boliovo
It. annarantlv. becmio wo say so;
nnd yet what more, or less, than this
can wo (lov we Know ino ihcih, ami
If we did not make public tlio groat
value of this remedy few would prof
it by It. "Wo try to do our duty In
the matter and ft remains for the
doubter who needs help to overcome
Ids predjiidico and give it a trial.
1500 Reward for an Incurable eae
of chronic nasal catarrh ollbred by
tho manufacturers of Dr. Sago's ca
A Choice InrMurnt.
Tho Moxlenn Land nnd Dovoloji
mont Company, of No. 7 llronil
whv. Now York, have aomiircd a
grant of jmbllo land In the stato of
TainaiiiipaH, aiuxioo, covering wv
eral million nurctH. It covers the
most fertile section of laud on tho
Continent, with a soil so rich and h
climate so perfect that three crojw of
some cereals are prouuecu in one
year. Its forest) are also imimstmblo
with the growth of rare ana valua
ble woods. The standing timber
alone more than warrant) the eapl
tl Il74i t Ion of the comtwii v controlling
tbe grant, yet In value It represent)
but a fraction of the worth of the
illlliiu t ititrcm I njjvlitiiiuHlili I It
iffl! nS oSin
stock Is ollorwl for sm!o at W per
share. With each share Is gtven a
oerttHeate which entitle the holder
to five acres of land free. Fe ad
GUlflrei Cry ArFitclicr's Castorla
An IniaiiK Murdirr,
San Josk, Aug. lo. Thomas
Lehnn, aged 00 years, rose about 4
o'clock this morning, and killed his
wife by Jumping upon her while
asleep nnd crushing her to a jelly.
Leluin then attempted to kill his
14-year-old son, but the boy escaped
and notified theauthorttles. Lehiui
wns arrested, but refused to speak.
It is thought that ills mind Is de-
rouged from ill luck In business.
Wrrckul by b ! Kxploslmi,
Elmiha', N. Y. Aug. Mo.' Escap
ing gns" Hlleil (ho picture gallery in
tHSVest vlng df th'o residence of P.
P. Denney, a mllllonalro coal miner,
and wlien' Irs. Denn6y, before en
tering tlld gallery, stopped into a
nlbht'tind toticlied an electric appll
aftco'for' lighting the gas, a tcrrllle
explosion followed, blowing the roof
oil" the gallery and strewing tho
grounds about tho house with glass,
Irob and tlntbers. Furniture vias
blown through tho hallway like
leaves. Plato glasj windows and
walls won broken in nearly every
part of tho houO.
Klinnlllg the Onuiitli-t,
Ghash Vai.i.kv, Aug. 15. Dr.
Jones and H. II. Single had a fearful
experience last evening. While
driving homo from a place known
as "You Bet" they ran the gauntlet
of a hot 11m for two miles. On both
sides of the road huge pines blazed,
and one place on their way was
blocked by fallen trees that they
had to assist to burn, sons to get a
roadway. The absence of wind Is
all that allowed them toget through.
All the timber ctut of Greenhorn
creek is on lire. At Johnston an
extensive shingle mill is reported
tVlmt M'lmlcir .Iihh'hSiijm.
Washington, Aug. . Senator
Jones of Nevada does not believe
that congress will adjourn until
well upon the heels of the Novem
ber election. Tho best campaign
work the majority of the senators
can do, in Ills judgment, is to stay
In Washington and grind out tariil"
matter for tho enlightenment of the
masses. His Idea is that speech
after speech delivered upon the
great question in controversy
between the parties, mid
reported dally by the newspapers
of the country will do more to edit
cuto tlio people respecting tho policy
of protection vs. free trade, than all
the stump orations that senators
could Indulge In If congress" were
Another German baron guts oil'
witli an American hello. Huron Von
Zedtnrltz is tlio lucky man, ami tho
lady Miss Caldwell, of Washington.
Cream soda, Ice cream soda, milk
shakos, luuiouadod at Strong & Co.'h
Tho WkkiciiY Capita Ii.Iouiinai
$1 a year.
When Ilali wu liL-,
Wh gave lir OMtorta,
When tlie wan a Child,
She orlol for Caitorbi.
When lite became Mian,
film clung to Cmtorla.
Wtin die hod C'lilldrou,
Hlio iftiTu tliaui Ciutorta.
From Illrtli to He (Irare
V curry Willi iw eerlMla iiliynloHl trull,
hn we (IohdHhIii iiunilal flwrHctrtllw. In
komueli tlwt myeiutUmitit lutvHlrivn to
(ImlfUMtv by noiierto tltlnt wrtln tniwr
HiMejiU u tlie lilllou, tlic nrvi)U lt
lyilllhtl'. TlMllUillVlllUMl wild H wlluw
nnlf xUm In wt down iw lillbm. ofloii
rlKlitly m. KiUu MOIroii In tli hu of liU
kin In lruamUi to Mile lu tit uhMsl, IW
jirweiuMi In tlie wroiMf lce liMttoml iff til"
liver, will hImi Iw evtitewl ly ftirou the
Whhii. iln ImhhwIIi lit rUilit rllM mut
lhrHili Uui riht ohooUUr Itlsda, ktok
lrtMtc)i, iMnuMimtUm, IUIuluoti ul .
dlMllou. I'or Ik nlMittfUU vary uhh.
Htou, but not miiUttlly mhHuu oout
)Ulut, there U n wont Reulttl nU
UtnnMmb remedy IIwm Jdwietter'it MUtuv
wli Mitten, which hi Uo h benefltivBt
luulo uml lfeiiti MuinulMr, 1 h widely
l inert reiueily tor nl preveuttlve ut
fever, mid fue, f heutiwtUm, k bluer R
Till: KllUlT 1UIS1NUHS.
To take advantage of all of tho
fnvoroble conditions, and make tho
most of all the opportunities n
qulns a careful study of tho-H) con
tinuous and opportunities. The till
ers or the soil or the Willamette- val
ley aro just at present looking after
the unexampled facilities to culti
vate fruit In this locality, as a moro
profitable occupation than raising
cereals alone. As a pointer as to
what Is being done In that direction,
tho Railway Rovlow calls attention
to the growing importance of tho
fruit trntlle upon lliics in all parts of
tho country. Tho distances to which
fruit can now lie tnnisnorted by
means of refrigerator cars, and tho'
faster tlmo by express freight trains,
havo placed tho perishable products
of many diderent sectlotis of the
country In markets covering n
wide, extent. Tho California frulU
business, for Instance has reached
such an extent that at the dally auc
tion sides held at Chicago from ton
to llfteeu cars aro disposed of. l'ur
ebase'rs at these sales reship gener
ally by express to all parts of tho
The Delaware peach crop is re
ported as being this year largely in
excess of any former crop. This,
means that many carloads will bo
shipped West as far as the Missouri
River. These samples, taken from
tho fast-growing fruit and vegetable,
traiUe, between dill'erent sections of
tho country, show how widely vary
ing the various classes ol tra'lllcaro
that are handled by the roads, and
nlso,how ready means of communica
tion and prompt shipment of pro
duels give a national extent to
classes of Industry which wore form
erly considered only local. In or
der, however, to reap the advant
ages that this great activity In tlio
fruit business Indicates, It Is neces
sary that tlio conditions bounder
stood ami requirements bo met. Tho
kind of fruit to cultivate must lie
selected with reference to its market
able (inalities. and quantities com
manding a shipping consideration
must be. produced. Without doubt,
If tho conditions aro Intelligently
met, a paying market will be found
for all of tho fruit Unit can bo nro-
duced In tills valley. Such liuit
will bo In demand, and all that Is
needed is to put it in the tight mar
ket, In nu attractive form. Albany
The funeral of Lawrence II.
Jerome, tho celebrated hoiiwiniin,
ook place yesterday.
Garrett's condition Is greatly Im
proved. His friends aro confident
of his ultimate recovery.
Rtirglars entered the Columbia.
House, Seattle, Tuesday night and
robbed two gliosis of J2.'i and ill re
spectively. Malt Ktornis, tlio California hoixc
mau, who was so severely Injured
in Monday's railroad accident, lias
undergone an operation ami will re
covot. It has finally been decided that.
JudgoThurman will open the cam
paign on tho 1U Instant, at Port
Huron, Mich. Preparations havo
been mado for a grand reception to
him at that place.
It Is wild that one tlionsaiid Iowa
women own their fiirniM and glvo
thorn their personal attention.
CallfuniU, Ike Ijiii.I or lHuoitrn.
Why will you lay awakoall night,
roughing, wiiou tliat iniwt oM'cctlvo
anil iiKreoabio California remedy,
Santa Abie, will give you Immedlato
rollonr HANTA AIHK In the only
guarHiiteed cure for Coiiriimijitlou,
Asthma and all itrouchlal Coni
plalulM. Kohl only In largo bottles,,
at II (XI. Three for 2fi0. 1). W..
Matthim's it Co., 10" .State Htreet,.
BtiUini, will bo pleamd to siipplyyoii,
and guarantee relief whuu luotl un.
directed. CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CCRK
never fslls to relieve Catarrh
or Cold lu tho Head. Klx moutlut
treatment, 1 (Ml. Hv mail, (I It).
I have told my I'liotograph Gal
lery and entire Interest In the photo
graph biMliiMw to M. JC. Hjsjrry, of
Ohio. All isjrsons who owe me for
iilctures, will pleae eall at the gal
lery and nettle within sixty (Utyt
from date. All unettled hooouiiU
after tlwt date, will Iw nbteed In nu
attorney hantU, fur oolleotlun.
W. I. Jouwhok.
Bai.km, Or., Aug. 1, 'm.
for Thk CAi-n.vr.