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ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY
The Capital National Bank
Capital Paid up, - - - 875,000
Surplus, --.--- 10,000
K. S. WALLACK, - - l'resldent.
W. W. MAUTIN, - VIcc-rrcsUleut.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. "W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, 11. S. "Wallace.
Dr. V. A.Cuslck, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. l'.Uton.
To farmers on wheat and other market-
able produce, consigned or In store,
cither In private grannrlesor
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llerlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
W'M. N. LADUE, - .
1)11. J. REYNOLDS, -JOHN
MOIK, - - - -
Kxchango on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, Loudon and Hong Kong
bought and sold. Stale, County and City
warrants bought. Fanners aro cordially
Invited to deiMMit uud transact business
with us. Liberal ndvances inado on
ulie.it, wool, hops and other property at
roa-onabio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at the bank In
most reliable companies.
Importers and Dealers In;
loots and Shoes
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsyte's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
"pXPUKSS WAGON, QUICK AND 8AFK
Vj delivery. Wm.Ilennla having bought
he express business of Walter 1iwe, is
Prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
fe, and any thing else that he can get in
hU wagon to any part of the city, quicker,
Jwr, better, and neater, than It can lx
wine by any body else. Leave orders at
Klre and Ala
jW. ALHKRT, Agent, - - Halem, Oregon.
A l'PEAL,8XLVEnT0N, WEEKLY. tlM
f rryir. IndeiwndenL TheArreAl.
circulated In Marlon, Linn and Clack
iium counties; haa leen established eight
ln and is an excellent advertising me
Jim. For terms uddreea the publUber
H- U. Oulld,Huvorton,Or.
Take Noto of Tula.
TK 8W0O WE WILL8BLL00 crej
i.well Improved garden land, within S
of Katam. Good road to town tbe
teTnnd. fluUdlngsgood. FINE, YOUNG
PCHARD and eUant crau land. Thfe
barmlB, and vlitbe hkt only a abort
at tbM narerNn, and we wBI
Opwa HouM, BaMin, Or.
A (oo4 in,,, jj Hon Fowr.
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f") aoflkt. hlJU,Orwoo.
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SALEM, OREGON. A S3 l f
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
Scriber -:- and -:- Pohle.
- - President, ci'SSS3iSSriiirU Sb
Vice President. : rH r TsSsP
. - - Cashier. tS:S?"' ill- "tglr?
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Send (op Circuljr,?! itrt'Of"-9.-.
Ml MLUtcQ.oRpyii.Lr. fAu:
SOLD AND GUARANTEED JJY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State St., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU:& WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot.
Dr. H. SMITH
Now In possession ot n now discovery in
medicine, which Is purely n local nmesUiet
Ic, and nets nlmost Instantaneously on the
surrounding tissues of the teeth. It Is In
no way 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 sensitive or sore
teeth, they can bo cleaned and filled
without pain. So all those that want all
kinds of dental work dono without pain,
would better call on Dr. II. Smith. Teeth
extracted for GO cents.
The Standard Combination Fence!
No. 260 Commercial St.
All Styles ol Fencing Made to Order
ON SHORT NOTICE
Graduate Student In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal aPus'hicss, Law,
It U the o4dw, largwt nd lrt P??
tve Inatitutton trf larnln In the North-
W8ehool opona flnrt Monday to 8ptmbw.
M. M. MEAD,
FWflg Saw t SpwaHjr.
Hbopoe U uUr. oppoU
SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
A tine lino of bucks, bungles, carts, car
riages, buckboards, etc. ltoth our qwn
mnke and the best eastern made buggies.
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on the undersigned, wagon and car
ringo innKcrsunii luacKsmnus -J,
and 311 Commercial strcet.-SalemJ
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it ','""
dies are giving satisfaction, and u cus
tomcrwlth Bronchitis snj a it Is the only
remedy that gives Instant relief.
Smmi.M. A Covki:, Druggists,
H., " the pleasure to Inform
dve you that your Preparations me
meeting with large sales.
Nothing but Praise s
caslon to" use them.
Nanscawkn .t Co., Druggists,
That It will accomplish the end doshed
In nllallectloiisof tlioTlirmtnnd Lungs
k.'ll mill you not only will not bo
WIN without It yourself, but will
recommend it toothers, as thousands
have done, who have tried everything
else in vain. Money is no object where
ttVnnfi !!i Convince You
trilling sum of one dollar can purchase
a remedy that will stand between you
undone of the most ilicudedof human
Circulars sent free, containing detailed
Is prepared only by tho AIIIETINK
MEDICAL CO., Orovllle, Cul.
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL
Boys and Girls.
Tho school W.JU open on or about tho 10th
of September. Thorough Inslruo
Moulin the primary and
In course. '
TKItMS and further Information may be
bad on application to
W. M. SARGEANT
Keeps a tine stock of
Wall Taper, Borders and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Chdsls, YelwipcJos, Bityclw,
CASKETS, and all kinds .f FKA MliS.
Mouldings andirames Made to Order.
Tlsaue paper, loaVM and ,entra, Ikw't
forgot the artltt material, aueli aa Tube
IHirnUorallklBdi.llriMhea of all iliea,and
Weudere. Abo tlie
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
MaU for frame ol all tXu. In fot exery
thlBt et that ean bo tliougbt of.
Come and See for Yourselves
Htmt oraWa tbrotuh Ibe
1 at icy immim, bouio
Kn) but liMily.
E. Shoettle, "Tho Tailor," now
I paddles his own eauoe and is going
it alone very successfully, llusl
nefss is increasing at a lively rate.
But you ean call anil look at his
tine new goods and bo nioosuivil
for a Milt or single garment. llo
will add to the number of hands so
as to wait oil customers and guar
antee satisfaction. 3-d.
This remedy is Incoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. Allwhohavoused
Electric Hitters sing the samo song
of praiM. A purer medicine does
not exist and it Is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed for it. Electric
Hitters will cure nil diseases of the
Liver and Kidneys, will remove
Pimples, Rolls, Salt Rheum and
other iillections caused by impure
blood. Will drive Malaria from the
system and prevent as well as cure
all Malarial fevers For cure of
Headache, Consumption and In
digestion try Electric Hitters. En
tiro satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price GO cts. and
$1.00perhottloatl)r. II. "V. Cox's
NOW IS THE ACCEPTED TIME.
Dr. James Pro.sser, the eminent
specialist, will remain in Salem only
a few more weeks. About October
1st he will return tohisofllce in San
Franclco. ALL YE AFFLICTED
take advantage of the opportunity
to consult lilm while here. Cures
all. chronic female diseases, blood
nin? skin diseases, nervous and prl
vatc. diseases of both sexes, lost man
hood, general debility, etc. Cures
guaranteed. Most cases can receive
homo treatment after n visit to the
doctor'.solllce. Olllco at S20 Liberty
street, Salem, Oregon. After Octo
ber 1st, address 6M5 McAllister street,
Examination and consultation
CWldren Cry .orPitclier's Castoria
awiYAiu 11 ur ii
Most successful M'liool of muslo on tho
150 STUDENTS LAST YEAH.
Plnno, Orijiiri, SlnntnK. Violin,
Hurmony, unci Countor-
Dlplnmai on completion ot con mo.
Teachers: Z. M. llirvln. Knmklo I'.
Jones, KvaCox. Assistant. Lulu M. Hmlth.
First term lf,'lns Monday, Keptemoer
.'M, lhA. hknd fur catalogue. For lurthur
2. M. PAKVIN,
i Muslcnl Dlreclor, Halem, Or.
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
I'rovlslon, l'loiirand Feed.
Vegetables and Fruit Frosh Every Day.
My stook Is entirely new, audi carefully
leetwl. l'rles iiinrkMt dowuttu a cash
aeleetwl. l'rlees iiinrkMt dowutu a a
HO Stale SU-Xcxl to Red Fro-l
FOlt JJAltGAIS IN
KOTAN & WHITNBY,
102 Crt Strut, Silwn, Oregan.
Having bought out the remainder ol tn
elmlr foetoryt tUmk, we are prpard to
a4l ahulra lonar tUuH any houwt In Orvifoa
Head fur aataloeoa. Call tor prtwat for Jot
I'rlHtlBg lowwn In Orvgwi.
L H. WAITE, SiU, Or.
' . lnOP. IL DIAMOND,
Teacher of jVIusic
Add daUr IB aH kiB4a of Mutaal Jotint
lunU. ItU, 3U9 t'nininarrlal atrvet. I B
muitcltW awld (Mt tlCHtlluut pln.
lJlllihAU WIIKAT AHA1X.
Partial Pailurc of Hip rrop in Kurojio
Tlu Home Market Kxritnl.
After years of low prlees for wheat ,
Chicago i greatly exeittng itt-elf
with thoexiieetationof again (jliot
ing It at a dollar a but-hel. Dollar
wheat at Chicago ned to be i)n)vei"-
bial. It meant something that was
sure sooner or later to show n profit
on the purchase. Hut times chang
ed. Tn the summer and fall of ISSJi
wheat piled up mountains high in
Chiengo, and the price moved down
while the wheat piled up. The bull
speculators who had held on to the
dollar theory tried to hold quota
tions about that figure, did It for a
time, and then broke. Tho Times
was the llrst to point out that the
wheat production of the world and
tho means of getting the product to
the consumer had so greatly chang
ed by enlargement that thlseottntry
would have to accept lower prices
for its wheat for several years to
Now tho situation has changed
again, and Chicago Is in the throes
of bull speculation in wheat of the
wildest kind. They enjoy that sort
of thing out there with a breadth
and zest not easy to understand here.
Wheat Is rushing up, and the pre
diction is lnitile that next month it
will see Its old-time-llgure of n dol
lar a bushel. Tho experts say this
Jail will repeat tho experience of
The crop of wheat lu 1871) was
about ir.O.OSO.OOO. The crop of this
year is estimated at about -100,000,000
Hesides tills comparative shortage,
tho amount of tho surplus has to lie
considered. In 1871) there was a
heavy amount of wheat remaining
in farmers' hands the grain men
call it the "Invisible" supply, to dis
tinguish it from tho grain which
lias come within tho range of olllc
ial inspection and Is known as tho
"visible" supply. This year the ex
perts calculate that there is very lit
tle surplus loft In tho farmers' hands.
They say there is practically no "In
The wheat crop In tho United
Kingdom and Franco was exceed
ingly poor in 1870. This year it Is
almost a total failure. The London
Times has declared that tho English
wheat crop will be the smallest of
tho century. Kxccsslvo wet weath
er has ruined the grain. When the
wheat supply Is short tho poorer
classes cr consumers full back upon
rye and potatoes; but tho rain has
been so excessive that the rye crop
of Germany and tho otttto crop In
England and Ireland are Isith large
ly dellcleiit. A leading banking
house In London wrote to its eorrun
M)nduntH here under date of July .'11
"We inns from yotircables that the
condition of tho crops Is still critical,
froferrlng to croiw of tho United
States, No description of the
weather you have n:elved can pic
ture its reality here. Tho hay crop
is ruined, lying out rotting all over
the country. Tho wheat is badly
beaten down lu many placm. Where
It Is standing the eaiare very heavy
and should August Ik a warm
month the yield jier aero would be
lame, but the plant is saturated
with moisture and perfectly green.
It Is tho general lielief that tho sea
son is hoelessly had and that the
hurvcM will boa complete failure."
Blin- this letter wiw written the
weather has gone from bad to worse,
m that it may now ImjhwiiiiiwI to Ih
certain that the harvest will Indeed
l "h complete failure." It was
not ho Utd us this in 1870, but It was
had enough to have this effect on
the price of wheat here:
miiuail fnilii MM to fMK (Mil lor lM(
AllfUNl I TIT, IWII wiiewt m i uiawj
Hpltinlw It ru!iul from K osnU to JliXi
Ortolr It roxt to II. 31
Htwwtar It wotit ift IU hlftiMiat at I1JMH
The price of etwli wheat III Chic
ago last week wan nliout ffl ceut.
Next month the bulls on it aMort it
will do h it did lu 187V, mid toucli a
dollar a bushel.
"K" ooinjHUiy, Slid rwghnunt, ().
N. G. will dedleatu thWr new armo
ry by a grand dedicatory ldl, on
Friday th Mtli liwt. The wolpt
of complimentary ticket U acknow
ledged. It looks as though a grand
time would be had.
Not In Oregon.
Ni:v Hkhfohd, Mass. Aug. 81.
A tcrrillo tempest and hailstorm,
the severest In years, set In about U
o'clock this afternoon, the rain fall
ing In torrents. Hailstones fellas
largo at marbles.
A Chinaman Wins hWMill.
MiM.uorn.NK, Sept. I. A test ease
in connection with tho prohibition
of Chinese Immigration to Australia
was tried in the Supreme Court t -day,
the action being that ofn Chi
nese Immigrant, who sued the gov
ernment for damages because ho was
not permitted to land. There was
a full bench of judges, the majority
of whom decided in favor of the
Thi.tii Men KlUed.
1INM.MON1), Ind., Sept. I. The
eastbound Chicago and Atlantic fast
freight struck and instantly killed
three laborers near the state line last
night. The men had been working
upon the other track, from which
they stepped to tho ono on which
the freight was running to avoid a
passenger train that was thundering
toward them. Their backs were
turned to the freight, and the noise
the passenger train made prevented
them from healing its approach un
til it was too late to get out of the
YV,l.1nlcl and Itnblii'il.
Koirr Wavnk, Ind., Sept. I. Mr.
Chester, son of a prominent citizen
of Antwerp, Ohio, eamo to this city
yesterday and drew $1500 cash front
tho bank. While returning homo
he was waylaid and robbed of the
money. The robbers knocked him
senseless, bound lilm, tilled Ids
mouth with sand and laid him on
tho track of tho Wabash railroad lu
such a position that the next train
would hiiyo run over him. Fortu
nately ho was discovered lu time
and moved home. There is no clue
to the robbers.
The sixth state convention of New
York liquor dealers Is In session ub
A bill passed tho lower house, of
congress yesterday to punish deal
ers and protended dealers In counter
ltoth sugar reJluerieH in San Fran
cisco have again advanced the price
on all grades of sugar one-eighth of
a cent ier pound.
A party of sixty Nebraska editors
and their wives aro visiting Bait
Luke city, bathing In tho lake and
taking In the sights.
Inilrltlsh Columbia the total pack
of salmon this year will bo i:io,(XM)
eases, a falling oil' from last year's
pack of L1),l0O caeH.
1). W. Haily, an old time compos
itor lu Nevada, cut ids throat in the
Virginia Chronicle olllco yoWorday
and he will die. King Alcohol got
Jules Last, decretory of a building
society in Cluclmiatl.cinho.v.lcd f'JO,
000, and when the roblsjry was dis
covered lie attempted suicide. He
is now in hiding.
!:. W. Goodrich, an attorney, ill
years old, who went to Southern
California to get cured of eoiwiimp
tiou, lent heart at the continued
failure of hi, health, and on. Mon
day night, at b'au Diego, shot
himself through the heart.
Ta liltlu TaaKUc.
Maudar attacks im fromjlwblml. Tim
bite W.mriy fell unlfw It U malignant ami
pwUtrtit. DUae Vs, oftwii atmla upon
iu thasiili a vital elwumJ. Tim air we
hrvutbe Mflmita the laiuja If It Is) iiutlarlwia
II SHtwrs the bUxsl. If It elwiiK" I'SMmlokly
In lh ttneratiire It prisliHswi dhvaMjof
tl tlmti. WlwtlHM- llfMtettvr'K Htbm
ah IHttwn la takvn to ivtit or niitHMly
the Turtiaw far mm of dlHMt protlued by
mUutmit, uli aa lulkrtiillUut fever, duinu.
ague, ugueeuke or UIIWmm liitvrialtlMit, It
la and evw Itaa proved U U. an urmtlva
aad tboffHtgli tmntAy wltkh il( not.
mily aHMdWmtU) tn aym4otM of tlm nwl
adUM of Him tyjx, but anMtlawlaM tlwlr
cniM. DyaiwjMla, llvar eHn4alHt, r)nm
mulUm, bladder wl kltlaay ImmiMm hj
awwMix IIm bawwullysHlltMlua: InnUw
Wltloil It IHtHIIKly rllvM uud uUlwatMly
HulMcrlbe for the t'Ai'iTAfc Joub-NAU