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SALErI, OR., TUESPAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1SSS
laTAULMHED BY NATIONAL AUTHOUITY
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, - - - $75,0U0
It. S. WALLACK, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, --- - Cashier.
V. T. Gray, "W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. 8. Wallace,
Dr. W. A.Cusick, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. l'ntton.
To f.irmers on wheat and other market
able! produce, consigned or In store,
either In private granaries or
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable, rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, lterlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
vm. n. liADin:. -
Hit. J. RKYXOLDS,
JOHN SIOIK, - -
- - President.
- - - Cashier.
Exchnngoon Portland, Han Francisco,
Now York, Inndnn and Hong Kong
bought and sold. Htale, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
invited to dciHUlt vnd transact business
with us. Liberal advances, mtido on
wheat, wool, hops and othT property at
ro.isonaDio rates. Insurance on sueli se
curity can bo obtained at the b.mlc In
most rcllablo comp inles.
Importers and Dealers In;
General Agents for Oregon of
W. R Forsythe's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Goo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
EXPRESS WAGON, QUICK AND HAFE
delivery. Win. Rcnnle having bought
express business of Walter Lnwe, Is
Prepared to deliver trunks, valise, pack
ages, and any thing else that he oun get In
hl wagon to any part of the city, quicker,
afr, better, and neater, than it con be
dona by any body else. Leave, orders at
KIrA And Ma.
JIM. ALBERT, Agent. - j Balem, Oregon.
A PPaL,SirA'ERTON, WEEKLY, SI M
. per year. Independent. TneArpRAX.
circulated In Marion, Linn and Claok
mas counties; has been established eight
yean and is an excellent advertising me
dium. For terms address the publisher
It. u. Guild, SUverjen, Or.
Take Note of This.
TR 83,300 WE WILT. SELL 00 acres
l1 well Improved garden land, within 8
"Mes of Hntem. Good road to town the
SSK.?50un1- llulldingsgcoa. FINE YOUNG
ORCHARD and excellent grass land. Tilts
a bargain, and will be hehl only a short
ume at these figures. Call, and we will
toow you t he property.
Opera House, Salem, Or.
-A iel ifoa frame IIo l"wr. Goad
&&&&.& as ssn&
f0 Oder. YlMfar A FwH l'neHinrtee
MaptuysMlee. galets, Orefoa.
I 1 t ii in i
I'lw, I Inmtn An -rmv.nl llnnlr
1 111) Id llitil iUllUllul Ddlllv
ATniTT nn I r I att
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
Scriber -:- and
a. nronc mil -..i'
L U N OS -Sit u GuWf
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Sen.iT for- circular,?! ttrUtlt.3 r9,g.
MHlhTINL MLUVCD.ORpyiLLE. CALM UdStjcti1"
SOLD AND GUARANTEED RY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHUI& W00DARD, Wholesale Deoot.
Dr. H. SMITH
Now In possession ot a now dlRcovery in
medicine, which Ispurclyn local anawtnot
Ic, and acts almost Instantaneously on tho
surrounding tissues of tho teeth. It Is in
no wav Injurious or unpleasant to tho
taste. Tho manufacturers of It claim that
its equal has never been known before, and
by applying It to tho bensltlvo or soro
teeth, they can bo cleaned and tilled
without pain. Bonll thoso that want all
kinds of dental work dono without pain,
would better call on Dr. II. Smith. Teeth
extracted for 60 cents.
The Standard Combination Fence!
No. 260 Commercial St.
All Styles ol Fencing Made to Order
ON SHORT NOTICE
Graduate HtudenU In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Business, Law,
It is the oldest, largest and least expen
lve Institution of learning In the North-
whnni nnana first Monday In September.
Send for analogue to ...KlrtV
jj, Salem, Oregon.
M. M. MEAD,
Flag Sa a SpecteH.
Shop on the aUer. opposUe Ml Ur
A fine line of hacks, buggies, cart, car
riages buckbonrd, etc. ltoth our own
make and the. best eastern made buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on the undersigned, wagon and car
rlago millers mid blacksmiths, 2v!, 312
and 3U Conimcretal strccl,.Salomi
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it'
dies are gllng satisfaction, and u cus
tomer with llronchltl says It Is I ho only
remedy that gives instant relief.
Skukki.i. A. Covkii, Druggists,
II..,. " the pleasure to Inform
rloVc you that jour Preparations are
meeting with lame sales.
. o near
Nothing but Praise iSPiV
casion to'-'uso them.
Nassoawi-.n .t Co., Druggists,
That It will accomplish the end desired
In nllalleetlonsof thoTlirout and Lungs
1 ...ill "'id yu not only will not b
It Will without It yourself, hut will
recommend it. toothers, as thousands
have done, who hao tried everything
elso In vain. Money is no object whore
aice,Hn11,:.,i Convince You
Hilling sum of one dollar can purchnso
a remedy that will stand between you
undone of the ntost'dreadedof human
Circulars sent free, containing detailed
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL
Boys " and Girls.
Tho school will open' on or about tho 10th
of September. Thorough instruc
tion In the primary and
LATIN AND ELEMENTS OF MUSIC
TERMSnnd further Information may be
bad on application to
i ' RECTORS
g-ao-tr , ' '
W, 'M. SARGEANT
Keeps a tine; stock of ,
Wall Paper, .Borders and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool CliQils, Velocipedes, Bicycle,,
BASKETS, nd ill Molt of rT.AMhS,
Mouldings and Frames Made to Order.
Tissue paper, leaves and .centers. Don't
forget the artist material, sueli as Tube
IsiintMnrull kinds, llnuha of all altu. and
Uieoders. 'Alo the
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
Mats for fraiMMOl all sties. In faetetery
thine else that earn be thoucht of.
Come and See for Yourselves
WHIXH MO OR RKl'AIRKD. O
MtrtSee, nil ut ur hof. South
y but Heady. J
Ic, "The Tnljor,"
Hi. Shoettle, "The Tailor,' now
paddles his own eauoe and is going
it alone very RuccsfuU. Rusi
ness is increasing at n lively rate.
Rut yon can call and lofk at his
lino new goods anil bo (measured
for a suit or single garment. He
will ntlil to the number of hands so
ua in wim on customers nnu guar
antee satisfaction. 3-d
When a wooden viVvnunt was
tlwlrwl outside St. Paul's catliedntl,
Sldlll'V Smith until "If tlm Mini.
ona will simnly 'put their
he .ds together,' the thing is done!"'
iiiev Mere uoi null 'so woouer-
1h.11im1 Iwill.iil..,. .... tl- .....1.1.1 1.. I..
deny the merit of Dr. R V. Pierce's
Uolilen Medieal Dneovery, which
has cured many thousands of liver
disease, impuiv blood, UliiK's-evil,
salt-rheum, dropsy, ohriiuie afliHJ
tionsof the throat bronchial tubes,
and luitfrs. asthma, catarrh, inlluen
zu, neuralgia, dyspepsia, contipa
tion, and all skin diseases. Drug
gists. When everything olse fails, Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures.
Alti: IIKCOMINU I.VSS AND IilS.
Re&iuse your family plfysiclun has
treated you lor ; ears and dono you
no goon is no reason wny you can
not bo cured. Dr. .lames l'rosser,
well (jualllled, liehifr a regular grad
uate from the south', has done live
years practice In the Woman's Hos
pital of Charleston, S. C. and
Chihuahua, Mexico, and is now in
his ninth year's practice of chronic
diseases. Will guarantee a cure in
all curable ca&os of chronic diseases
of women, blood and sl.ln discuses,
kidney, liver and heart diseases.
Private diseases of both sexes. Con
sultation free. Olllco hours from
1) a. m. to 5 p. in. Evening from 7
p. m. to 8 p. in. Olllco, aiiO Liberty
This remedy Is Weomiug so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have iited
Electric Hitters slug tho saint) song
of prnise. A purer medlcino does
not exist and it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed for It. Electrlo
Rlttera will cure all diseases of tho
Liver and Kidneys, will remove
Pimples, Roils, Salt Rheum and
other nlTcctioiin caused by Impure
blood. Will drivo Malaria from the
system and prevent as well as euro
all Malarial fevers -For euro of
Headache, Consumption and In
digestion try Electrlo Rlttera. En
tiro satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price 60 cts. nnd
$1,00 per bottle at Rr. II. W, Cox's
At the close of tho discourse of
Rev. A. R. Rrown, at tho Congre
gational church, last night, Mrs.
Hatch announced that a reception
would le given him on Wednesday
night, ut the rcblilence of Mr. Andy
Gilbert All members and fil'tnn
of tho church aro Invited.
COERVATflllY OF MUSIC !
Most sueeesfiil Mliutl or music on tho
northwest it. About
ISO STUDENTS LAST VKAK.
Piano, Oriiir, Hinsli-VK. Violin,
HarrniJiiy, rrl Countor-
Diplomas nn eomletlon ot oourse.
Teaeljers: ZM. llrvln. Fraukle I'.
Jones, RvuCoK, Assistant, I.ulu AI.Hmlth.
n'rst Ufrm'nexlns Monday, Heptemner
Sd.jri tenrt fir eataksjue. Kurlurther
1 . . . VIJ5.M.PAWVIN,
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
Vegelalli awl Fruit Fresh Every D.y.
Mysioek Is entirely new. amUearetolli'
leltiliwl. ITtees marked dow) a
Si 110 SUte SLXat to M YmL
T1IKY ChlXa-TO TIIKIII IIOMttS.
More Trouble Kxpedeil With the
Maxwell hauil Onnit Srtlloivs.
A rewnt Denver dispatch ives
tho following particulars: Tho
managers of tho Maxwell land grant
last night swore out warrants for the
arrest of sixteen men, who partici
pated in the troubles at Stonewall,
on'the charge of riot. Writs of ejec
mont against 100 others wore also
secured,-and the United States mar
shal left to-day to servo them. It is
feared that the service (if these pa
pers will cause nuttier outbreak, and
perhaps more bloodshed.
The trwuble ut the Maxwell laud
grant' has, been brewing ever since
tho Supreme Court of tho United
States coutlrmiHlttfcv tltlu to the
grant. Tho grant was originally
made by the Mexican government
to Rcaiiulan and Miranda, two Mex
ican, who were given two square
leagues, or Oil.OOO acres of land, pro
vided they would cultivate it. The
boundaries of the grant now con
tain 1,7.10,000 acres.
The manner in which the grant
grow to Its present proportions Isone
of the causes of tlie trouble. The
settlers living within the boundaries
of the grant charged that Un
original property was enlarged by
fraudulent means. The lilglies't
tribunal in rho land department
held, however, that thole was no
fraud, and rcluscd to set aside the
patent granted by cliiigress. Hun
dreds of settlers have Improved
houses and lived there so many
years that they considered them
selves rightfully In possession, and
look upon tho threatened ejectment
as an outrage.
Soon alter tho decision of the
Court the grant people proposed to
purchase the set tiers' improvements
and stock at the market price, after
which they were to vacate; or, tliey
would sell them tho land at reason
nblo figures. Manysettlersaceepted
tho proposition and sold out, or pur
chased land at n price ranging from
$l.r0to$H) nn uc.ro. "
The grunt company claim to treat
the settlers Justly, but charges have
been made that In many Instances
seiners nave oeen asKcii to pay an
exorbitant price for promises upon
which they have been living for
Rkddiku, Sept. !!. There Is great
railroad activity In Southern and
Southeastern Oregon at present.
The Union Paclllo and Oregon Short
Lino has several surveying parties
working south of Lakovlow. Last
Wednesday a largo party of Union
Paclllo engineers and surveyors
paused through Itcddlug to tho
mouth of Pitt river, up which
stream they pro iow at work, push
An IiiMinw Mother's Act.
Cincinnati, Sept. 3. A most
distressing tragedy was discovered
last night at Delphi, a few miles
from Cincinnati. It wart discovered
by Mr. Stclniee, of Delphi, that his
wife and two children, who had
been missing slu"o Tuesday last, had
been drowucrl, and his feelings wore
iiiuro Intense Imohuso ho ImjIIovciI
that tho mother, In a lit of Insanity,
had chugged the children Into tho
rlvor with her. Tho children worn
n girl and a boy, I) and II) yours old
lunpcctlvcly. Tho bodit) wore rq
(oea'd yesterday and bleu tilled.
A (Jlrlbluml.l Lciirii
To Imj guiitlo.
To value time.
To keup ii sooret.
To avoid Idleness.
To mind tho baby.
To darn stockings,
To respect old ago.
To mane good broad.
To keep a hotiMJtldy.
To control her tuiuiHtr.
To ba alwve gisielpiug.
To iniiko a home huiiny.
Totako euro of tho sick.
'IVi humor a unswt old man.
To niurry a mull for his worth.
Ti bo a helpiuewt to a IiumIwiuI.
To take plenty of actlvo oxorclsu.
To wou mouse without screaming.
To rwuil some tsxiks ImwIiIim nov-
To Imj llght-Jtuartod and llout-foot-
To wear shoos that won't cramp
ill a sThaI
To Imj" a womanly woman under
A faint comet was disoovorad at
the Lick unlvei-sity yestcrdav, by
13. E. Rarnard.
Thirty-seven new eases of yellow
fever were reported yesterday In
Van R. Do Lashniutt. mayor of
Portland, is visiting ex-Governor
llauser In Helena, Mont.
In Arkansas yesterday, the dem
ocrats elected the governor, and
both branches of tho legislature are
Receiving Teller Andy, of the
Quebec think National is missing,
with a shortage of $12,000. Where
can he make resort?
hi San Kiiinclseo Stephen J. Tay,
atreil IS, a printer, was fatally beat
en In n drunken row, Saturday
night, and died the next day.
In Monroe Co., Ark., soiuo free
atteniptoil to make arrests hO was
shot In the thigh. Quito a number
weio klllett and wounded.
Tho California state fair opened
auspiciously yesterday. Tho exhl"
bits make an attractive showliiL'.
On Saturday there will be livestock
parades, and at tho close of tho fair
John P. Irish will deliver tho an
Irnllh thilMs mid tho ltpiiltorn.
The Faith Cutistsof Mount .Ion
Sanctuary, Now York ltay, had a
spicy meeting yesterday afternoon,
which included a broad dlU'eruuco
of opinions between the leading
lights of the church on tho subject
of reporters and the press,
Policeman Kuouh Perry of the
llregory street station, who Is an
ardent beltuver In tho faith cure,
rose and said ho had received a
postal card from L. A, Howard of
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada,
stating that he had read in a Now
York paper that he (Perry) was a
great advocate of thu faith ctiie, and
that as the Milter was a great
sullerer, ho liegged of Mr. Perry to
tell him tho nearest place where his
sullorlngs could bo healed by faith
euro. Mr. Perry thanked Ood that
thu paper named had been able to
do good in that way.
A Utile later in tho services Sister
Jackson took this Incident as a text
and touched up tho reporters,
mingling blame with praise. She
thought that tho young mon who
were writing for tho papers about
tliesD meutlngs, ovou if they ridicul
ed, tho services, wuro doing some
good in calling public, attention to
Brother Hniicox said that he, too,
onco laughed at tho FalthlHts'
doctrine, and called thum "fairy
Rrother Robert Jackson said:.
"Reporters are not always responsi
ble for tho false report that apiear
In thu nowspajHirs. Thoy generally
write them truthfully and in good
faith, but their lopurls had (u go
through tho city editor's hands, and
sometimes they aro changed.
Sometimes, too, thoolty odltpr gives
tho ronrlor Instructions to ridicule
tint subjuot, and It Is his duty to
ojiey," Now York Star.
Tke UlllOiC Toncur.
Handvr attack as from ilxihlnd. The
hltii Knimly felt wiles It tsmIIiianlHiid
persistent. IiImmmi I(si, oneu xIsmI Unki
us IhUHifh a vital elwnsfl. The air we
bra 1 he nflMtt tb ItniK K It be malarious
It enters the blood, If It ulunme tisi(illakly
In the temperature It pnxlueaM dUeaaeof
the tluotitAe. Whether 1 liwte.ter Worn-
anh Hitter I taken to prevent or remedy
the Turlowi form of disease prstueed by
miasma, sueli a lalermlnent fever, dumb
Uiftte, ague OHke or billion lutermltteat, It
1 anil ever lia pnived to be an ellfcetlvu
and tlMinmgli remedy me whloli doe not
oly ameliorate the syiupuim of the mal-
adle of thU tyiw. but erauiwte Uieir
eauee. I)ytepla, liver eomiilatnt, rheti-
mallsifi, bladder and kidney tr.mMe aja
aiiMmif tlve iHiiuaiiltymKtletliiif trtrtibles.
whieh It promptly relieves unit ultimately
This Is loap yeur uud it has lsjoii
1000 years since tlmro wore us miuiy
eights In the yor as we have now.
It Is a gtxxl tliuu for old buyholorh
tocogitH, tho girls to reeliiroofi thu
fathers to oxpostulS, and tho youujc
men not to heU8.
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