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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1SSS.
BjTAHLISHED 11V NATIONAL AUTH01UTY
SALEM, - - - OREGON. -Capital
Paid up, - - - - $75,1)00
Surplus, .---.- 10,000
H. S. WALLACE, President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .- - - Cnshler.
T. Gray, TV. Y. ilartlu,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wnllnce,
Dr. V. A.Cuslck. J. II. Albert.
,T. McF. Pattern.
To farmers on wheat mid otlicr market
able produce, consigned or in store,
either in private grunnrlcsor
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Sun
I'rani'lco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong anu iaicuua.
Wit. N. LADi'E, -I)H.
JOHN MOIR, - -
. - President.
- - - Cashier.
Exchange on Pottland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought mill sold. Stale, County and City
warrants bought. Fanners are coidlally
invited to deposit will transact business
with us. Liberal advances mailo on
wheat, wool, hops and otlicr property at
ieaonaoiO rates. Insurance on such se
curity cm be obtained at the, bank In
most reliable companies.
HST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
. repairer. All work warranted.
Leavo outers at T. McF. Patton's book
tore, State street, Sulem, Or.
TpXPRESS WAGOn7quTc7c ANB SAFE
111 delivery. Wm. Ronnie, having bought
the express business of Walter Lowe, is
prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
ages, and any thing else that ho can get in
his wagon to any part of the city, quicker,
saler, better, and neater, than It can be
rtnno by nnv body else. Leavo orders at
Flro and Ma
rine. OS. ALRERT.-Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Importers and Dealers in
LEADING LINES I
General Amenta for Oregon of
W. B, ForsyuUs Infallible Corn Cure.
' Jmwiii um
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.
SALEM, :::::' OREGON.
K I't'KAL.fsILVBRTOX, WKKKLY. I1.SO
a. per year. Independent. TheAWKAl,
circulated In Marlon, Linn and Clack
sins eoun ties; has been established eight
ami U an excellent advertising ine
auim. For terms aildres tho pawtshw1
H. O. OQlld.Sllvcnon.Or.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
K wm on band hiive aortBo t ot Jw
'Or. Watcba Clocks, Me. RsnalrtBf
'i Urgulns la wau-lMtoT ny dmlcf I
uiuvuuiuettvJl)'. 7oi-w 4
n i l it in i
uirai iNaiion.il bi
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
Scriber : and -:- Pohle.
miwiam j..wMB.ww.fctf "nwwm-Jiuiii MpjiirriwiijmuiMWiL""". rfTtnTTffrwiiii n linn i
V Tt "1 1 TV . r- t i 1 1
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MINE MCfrCnVQROVlLLE GAL
AVE YOIT A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not get better? Hao yon itn ex
cessive secretion of mucus matter In the nasal nassaires? AroMiu tiouhlcd liv
lawklng. spitting, weak and Intlamed ci es.
roaring in mo eais, inure or less iiui:iiriueiii 01 ine Hearing, loss 01 smeii, memory un
paired, dullness or dizziness of the head, dryness or heat of the nose? Have you lost all
sense of smell? Isyour breath foul? Ifso.you have tho Catarrh. Some lmo all theso
symptoms, others only n p-irt.
Restores the sense of tnsto and smell, removes bad taste and unpleasant breath, result
ing from Catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow directions and a cure Is guaran
teed by 1). W. MATTHEWS .t Co.
. .. ",. - " I - . t 1 7
CAPTAIN CHARLES L. DIMON.orNow York City, formerly special agent of the.
Pluwilx and Home Insurnnco Company at San Francisco, Oil.. says: "I lmu been
troubled with Chronlo Catarrh for twenty years. A filend In Woodland, Cat., vmmii
mended your California CAT-R-CURK. I procurded ajar, having but lit t (o talth In Its
curatlv. preperties: but I must say, after using three Jars. I am cured of that disgusting
disease Inclosed llnd S5 for which scud mo California CAT-R-CURE for some friends,
who are sutrercrs."
SOLD AND GUARANTEED UY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State St., Salem:, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot.
Dr. H. SMITH
Now in possession ot a new discovery in
medicine, which is purely a local aniestlict
Ic, and nets almost instantaneously on the
snrroundlng tissues of the teeth. It is In
no way Injurious or unpleasant to tho
taste. The manufacturers of it claim that
Its equal has never been known before, und
by applying it to tho scnsltlvo or soro
teotli. tfipv ran bo cleaned nnd filled
without pain. So nil thoso that want all
kinds of dental work dono without pain,
would better call on Dr. 11, Smith. Teeth
extracted for 50 cents,
The Standard Combination Fence!
No. 260 Commercial St.
AH Styles of Fencing Made to Order
ON SHORT NOTIOK
Graduates Btudent In
Normal, Business, Law,
It Is the oldest, tare and UaM pen
sive Institution of Iirnln- In tlw North-
WolV.i nr,. flni MmiAav in September.
8d fcr .UKu jo
T 1TrfJl riant
j7i Hta, BrejoB.
M. M. MEAD,
FKwg Saw$ a Special.
Hbop oa Uw alley, opposite Mmto s UT
wy UtaW. ttatow. Or.
A fine line of hacks, buggies, carts, car
riages buekboards, etc, Roth our own
tnaku and the bet eastern made buggies.
Every one Warranted
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on the undersigned, wagon and car
riago makers und blacksmiths, 2vS, 313
and Kit Commercial 8trect,-Salem. i
THE U LY-
fienuent soreness of the tlnnat. rinclug o"r
. -.. ... .. .. ' .". "T
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL
Boys and Girls.
The school will oon on or about the 10th
of September. Thorough Instruc
tion In tho primary and
LATIN AND ELEMENTS OF MI'SIC
In course. .
TERMS and further Information ma, Ik
had on application to
Keeps a fine stock of
Wall Paper, orders and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Chests, Velocipedes, HicyclM,
UlSKKTS, si sll klidt f riUMES.
Mouldings and Frames Made to Order.
Tissue paper, lnu ve and eenters. Don't
brget the artht material, stuli as Tube
intMnrntl klnriK. ltrushitf of all hlzes.Mnd
Uleoderx. Ako the
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
Mats tor frame ol all sixes. In feet every
thing ebe that ean be thought ot.
Come and See for Yourselves
-ur.rj rr nit HKl'AIRKD. UK
.lu rili Hand aran tbrbtUEh ttf
Mtoee. o call a uy Uu, .;'h
"j i n ;
"' 1 Ml
Busy but Rraly.
12. Shoettle, "The Tnllor," now
paddles his own cano and is going
it alone very successfully, llmi
ncss is Increasing tit a lively rate.
Hut yon can call anil look at his
lino new goods and bo measured
for a suit or single garment. He
will add to the number of hands so
as to wait on customers and guar
antee satisfaction. 3-d.
lioncwnl Her loutb,
Jlrs. IMuvbo Chft.!oy, Peterson,
Clay Co., lowti, tells tho following
remarkable story, tho trtithof whloh
is voui'hed for by tho residents of
the town; "I tun 73 years old, have
been troubled with kidney com
plaint and lameness for many
years; could not dress myself with
out help. Now I am free front all
pain and soreness, and urn able to
do all my own housework. T owe
my thanks to Klectiio Hitters for
having renewed my youth, and
removed completely all disease and
pain." Try a butt le, . We. and $1. at
Dr. H. V. Cox's drui,' store.
Vhen a vtooden pavement was
iIouIi'ihI nuts-lib. St PmiP iMitltiwlisil
Sidney Smith said : "If the can-
tns win simply "put tneir
I, .,.,,!.. I,...,.il,. .1-,, 11,1,,.. !. .1,,,,., I
,iniiii-i iviuiii, iiil (iiiii i:. infill.
fPl,... ii'niii in,. l..,ll i, .t..,j,.li,ti-
1headed, however, as it would bo to
deny the merit of Dr. 15. V. Pierce's
vJomt'ii .iicumii jiiscuvcrj, wiurii
has cured many thmtamls of liver
it.-.,.,.... i,,,..,,,.. i,i, ,.,.i i-i.,,.i.j.....ii
.4irtvi.rv, iiiiiiiii ..ir,,.i, iwiii .--.. ii,
salt-rheum, diopsy, ehroiiio atlec-
iioiiH ot ineimoai, oroncntai tunes,
and Iuiiks, asthmu, catarrh, inllucu
a, neuralgia, uyspejisia, constipa
tion, and all skin diseases. Druu-
' W'hnll i.ViM'vl lillltr ili fulls Tir.
Safe's Catarrh Itemedy cures.
1 l.t- WorM Mines,"
Maliitiilued CallliH), when his lot mentors
indeed him for advoiatlng tlietrue system
ofCorpcrnlcus. Ccitaln follies hold out,
however, against the Illumination ofdls
coveryand experience. There mo hots
of people who, bceaiiselhey luivo uilopleil
crrtaiu principles, continue to himiIIow
them to their dying day In ilellnncoofthii
laws of common sense. Mcicury, dinis
tlc purgatives, super-potent iiarcotlcs
anil sedatives, thougli they have given
ground before the Irresistible progress of
llostetter's Htoniiii'l Illtlei-s. a uatloiiiil,
painless remedy lor disorders oft he liver,
the stomach and the bowels, still continue
to make ambulating apothi'cailes shops of
many stomachs. The svmiitoms of live
troubluHiiro easily leme.llable It limit any
abdominal dlsturb.inie llh this benef
icent til eratlve. So also arc constipation,
sick huadiiulic, lioartbuinand an Inahlllt
to dlgost siitlsfiietorlly. It cures U er and
ague, rheumatism and kidney trouble.
Alti: lli:CO.MI.N(l LRs,S AND LIlM).
lieciuiso your family physician has
treated you for years and dono you
nil (rood In no reason why yon can
not bo cured. Dr. .James Prosper,
well nimlllh'd, beluga regular grad
uate from tho. sout It, has dono live
years practice in the Woman's Hos
pital of Charleston, S. ('. and
Chihuahua, Mexico, and is now in
his ninth year's practice of chronlo
disouscH. Will guarantee a euro in
all curable mine of chronic diseases
of women, blood and skin diseases,
kidney, liver ami heart diseases.
Private diseases of bothse.xes. Con
sultation free. Olllce hours from
0 n. m. to C p. in. ICvenliiL' from 7
p. in. to 8 p. in. Olllce,' .'tlfli Liberty
A WORTHY ENTERPRISE.
On May 1st, last, about four mouth ftgo,
In llielwnk blojtk, sJmIhih, and advertised
to trtwt ehroiiU) dUt-HM on svlenlltlc
principles. HIiipa tlmt time Ills practice
lw been steadily Increasing o miuli so
that he was obliged to secure more nsuu
and Itinreualng fucllltles, and now rlnillng
hlinselfunubln to attend to Ills numerous
iwtlenw, he IwsenteriHl Into (Mirtnenililp
with Dr. 31. W. W'emp, of Detroit, Michi
gan, a physletan und surgeon of large ex
perlencfl, thoroughly (iniwtent, and a
spenbtlUt In dlsHtse of the eye, ear, throat
HUd nasul envltlea who has mine Willi
his fiimlly to make his home In Halem.
TIhi new Ilrm wl(l Ym known us Drs. fill
Iwft J: W'emp and will occupy the uih
modlous nKims In the twtlk bloek, for
ottlee and sanltarliini, and will eonduet
their Imm4s under the mtnm ami style
of Tin Ortges Mtil w4 Ssrcktl IsttHsts. It Is
their Intention to sjsire neither Iim nor
expense hi their enorts to make IhU the
most miite l4ltHttil, Uk tt treat,
meut of all fifrius of dl.w.wi esetliy
ehnmle, In the iwHlhwest.
Medleated vsjwr ballM, eleelrw-matfitH-ism,
az)'itt an4 huwmu)s, together vrtlM
H Htohrn and scteftUAe sjUuees 6w
the Iharougli sure trf dlijaue, will be ism"!.
KxamlnalkM wlH he free, snd etarM
strMty moderate, AddrMt t. OlUwsrt
d Weinp, Hank Monk, or ihmUU box lit,
SHOT IlUWX KlltlM A3I1USH.
The Wife of a IMillmlelpliInu Cruelly
Miirdereil in N'i'W llrnnswirk.
Uoston special: Thellallett Davis
Piano conipauy here received a dis
patch this morning from one of their
salesmen, Major C. F. Howes of
Philadelphia, niiiioiincinc the niur
dorofhis wife. Tlie tragedy tinik
place near Perth, Carleton county,
New llrunswick. About a month
nso Major Howe anil family started
up to the head waters of Tobhpio
river on a salmon llshiug cruise.
They yoro returning Sunday, when,
about ill) miles from the mouthofthe
river, their canoes were tired upon
by a party ambushed In the woods
on the side of the river about 10
yards distant. Their tire was prin
cipally directed to the llrst canoe, in
which were Major Howes and his
wife and two Indians. The llrst
two shots passed over them without
injuring any of the occupants of the
canoe, but the thiul shot penetrated
Mrs. Howes' head. She fell forward
In tho canoe with a scieam and died
instantly. The cowardly wictches
did not desist from lliing when they
saw tho woman fall, but continued
their fusllnde when the second
canoe containing the major's
daughter came up. She escaped her
mother's fate by lying (low n in the
canoe. Several shots passed halm
lessly overhead. When the third
canoe, eonlaining the major's son,
Lorraine and Mr. Lincoln, Ids com"
paiiiou, came up, the lire was re
turned and the wretches tied and
did not return. Major Howes, Ids
daughter and thiee sons reached
Audovcr last night with the body of
tho murdered woman. They wore
prostrated with grief. The body
will bo embalmed and taken to
JSontoi), arriving there to-morrow
night. Major J lowes foimerly lived
in Jlostou, but about two years ago
removed to Philadelphia, whcio lie
has since lived. Mrs. Howes Is said
to have lelallves in Hyde Park,
Mass. She was Mr. Howes' second
wife they having been married live
years. She was -K) yearn old and
leaves a son 4 yenis old. 'I'wii
poachers named William Day and
Frank Trafton are suspected of tho
murderous dted. These suspects
were recently driven from tho llsh
lug grounds und they threatened to
Hhuot any one wl would try to pre
vent them Iroin spearing salmon.
The president ami Dan Lainoiil
returned to Washington last even
ing. Joli n Walhart, aged IW, handed
himself In Ills son's barn at Ddpau
ville, New York, on Thursday even
ing. Two car loaIs of hoj w wont shipped
from Helena, Mont., yesterday to
Now York, gathoKcd in that section
In Louisville yesturduy Joe Lam
burtiuid lif. Walker met In a
house of 111 fume, and engaged In a
street light Hhortly urter; the first
named was killed.
A genorul strlko of tho Hint glaw
makers of the county Is immiiieiit,
as the manufacturers resist an
advance demanded by theengravere.
About ,000 men are aHected
Oetiural Hecretnry LitchiiiMi of
the Knights of Lalxir liiwt roslgnwl,
to take ellect September H. Ho says
ho resigned In order to lx free to
take part in tho present oamjinlgii,
His rurilgiiHtloti has lieeii accepted
Henry A. Schmidt, u Ht. Louis
tailor, Is served with twelve suits by
us many Journeymen in hi employ,
for Importing contract lalKir. He
admits advancing money to men In
0niHiiiy beoHUM) they hud no means
to iay their pussage.
Kovdiity inembont of the CamidlHii
'arIUiti)untiirprof(t-l prohibit Ion-
The courts of Kautau 1ihv dwddwl
that hard elder U an intoxicating
ChllflreH Gr jftrFltclier's Castoria
Accident Near Spokane 1'alN.
SfOKANK FALUS, W. T., Allg. ill.
AJournal on n freight car on tl o
Northern Pacific west-bound train
broke as tho train approached the
trestle one mile west of Spokane
Falls. The car Jumped the track,
but the trains passed in safety over
the trestle. Three ears wore badly
smashed, but a man stealing a rule
in a ear of iron pipe was crushed to
(it'll, Han Nun's Mm ciucnts.
Toi.kih), Aug. II. 1 1 I under
stood that Ucn. Harrison has spent
some of his leisure time at Middle
Pass In preparing his letter of ac
ceptance, and it is believed by his
fi lends that he Intends to make It
public as soon as he returns to
Indianapolis. An early lunch was
served to-day at the Middle Puss
Club house, after which (Ion. Har
rison and his friends crossed U Putin-Pay,
to attend a formal reception.
Suit l'nr Divorce.
Sn.viTi.i:, Aug. III. Nellie It.
(iwynne began suit for divorce lo
day against her husband, John A.
( ! wynne. The couple have only
been married a short time. There
are no ehlhhcn. Motharo well
known all over the I'uget sound
country, Mrs. (Iwynne being the
daughter of the late Stephen W.
llovey, a pioneer of till country.
Failure to provide Is one of the
grounds mentioned as the cause of
Cattle ltaiige lluiiit Over.
Hi:i,i:.va, Aug. ill. Thullerceand
threatening lire that has been raging
on the ranges of tho upper Mural
county, in northern Montana, has
been extinguished, after a desperate
light of four days by the callloiuen
and ranchmen. Tho lire Is supposed
to have escaped from a camp lire,
but fortunately the range burned oil
was a winter range and will not be
needed before next spring, v hen a
new coat of grass will appear. A
very large area of ground was swept
Tim Wooiull Suiting.' I'lituk.
Tacoma, Aug. III. At a meeting
to-ulght of the Lincoln Republican
Club, the leading political organi
zation of the county, the republican
parly was severely arraigned by Mrs
Zerelda Mc(., for not losentlngthe
recent declsl :i of tho supreme court
disfranchising women. Several
leading members answered Mrs.
McCoy declaring that the republican
party which had granted the ballot
to women, and which had been sue
ccs fill always previous thereto, had
been defeated in the territory at
every election where they voted
One speaker, a delegate to the
territorial convention to meet at
-Kllciishurg, declared that ho would
approve any woman siilirago plank
suggested for the platform,
I'orHgn Food I'r.iapncl.
Nhvv Yoiik, Aug. ThoTlmoH hits
a long entile which estimates the old
world needs at least 70,0(X),0(M to M,
000.000 bushels of wheat more than
tho harvests of theyearwill produce.
To put it In another way, the
eoiintrleH which always have to buy
wheat must this year buy .'lO.OOO.OOO
bushels more, while tho countries
raising more than they eon consume
will have about 2f,000,(XW bushel
Tho storms of the pant week have
greatly damaged wheat In Knglaml,
ami thegriKit wheat-producing coun
try of Froncc, which, it wiih thought
a week ago, would Imjiort 08,000,u0i)
bushels, will now have, it Is estimat
ed, to Import Wl.fMHVMK) to U.ri,no(,uoO.
Algiers can not supply much on ac
count of grasshopiiers. Tho best
estimates put the surplus of the
United States and Canada at 10K,
000,000 bushels, Jtuula 00,000,000,
India 85,000,000, hut all sorts of
stories coining from J Insula lately
In London broad has gone up two
cents per loaf. The jsitato crop of
Hnglandaiid Ireland Is u partial fail
ure, and grtwt distress Is believed
The 'limes, summarizing resrtH
from ull parts of the Vnlted King
dom, says there Is enough wheat for
home consumption, but not a gnu t
deal to MiMtrt-.