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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1SSS.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHOHITY
Capital Paid Dp, -
- - 10,000
R. S. WALLACE, President.
W. W. MARTIN, Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, I- - - Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R..S; Wallace,
Ir. V. A.CusIck, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Pntton.
To farmers on wheat and other mnrket-
able produce, consigned or In store,
le produce, uuum,'ui'u in in mu
either In prlvnto grannrles or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
I"mncleo, Portland, London, Paris, llerlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
VM. N. LADUE, President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIll, Cashier.
Exchango on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, Loudon and Ifong Kong
bought and sold. State, County nnd City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
United to deposit tmd transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property at
reasonable rates. Iusuranco on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most rellablo companies.
Importers and Dealers in;
flAnanal 4 Anlo fsM Hi A
ucucii nncuia xui vvfi
W. B. Forsylhe's
Infallible Cora Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
8ALEM, ::::: OREGON.
J EXPRESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
J delivery. Wm.Rennle having bought
J express business of Walter Lowe, U
"irea 10 uouver trunks, valises, pac
oone by any body else,
Leave orden at
nre ana jib
rlne. J08. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
A PPEAUSILVERTON, WEEKLY, JL80
VPeryear. Independent. TheArrKAX.
'circulated In Marlon, Linn and Clack
s counties; h&a been established eight
Jjars and U an excellent advertising me
gm. For terms address the publisher
O. amid, Sllverton, Or.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANOHH LIV
.uy Stable, corner of Slate and Front
"""Js.oron iateat earner State and Corn
22 streets. Prompt attention and
W. A. BBNSON
The Capital Natioual Back
IV HIV VIM! AMI!
Teacher of JMusic
dealer in aU ktad of MesfcsU lBtU
gU Qee. 3M6ommaraisl meet, iln
" seta ea tbejmtalaeat pkn.
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
ems.- ; eirv,.. iiTiiTuJT r ft jy
wfc ra.aaVMy ' ww re
Scriber -:- and -:- Pohle.
-"Lungs -SokU Gjj
nd for circular. ttrfaH'Okg.-
AHIETINE MEDco-ORPviLLE. fAur:
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHUI& WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot.
TEI ACRE FIT
lie Location !
lias J tut purchased 687 acres, situated from three to four and one-half miles cast
of Bolero, which they wlU Immediately plat and survey and sell In
Ten Acre Lots.
This land has been carefully selected with especial reference to Its adaptability to
fruit raising- and desirability for residence purposes, and
Each Lot ,will Front on a Good Road and Have a Good Front Fence.
The time for the residents of Salem to buy ten aores of choice land near the city
very cheap Villain be past. The OREOOV LAND COMPANY alone sold durtn
August twenty-etx ten acre fruit lots, and some of the same lots have already
Been re-sold at a HANDSOME ADVANCE IN PRICE.
There are many persons In Salem who
without Inconvenience. In fact any person
n fact any person recolvlng even a small salary can
a small cash payment, and paying the remainder
by praeUelng a little economy lor a abort time be tt
of tbee lots by making
nnnl Inatnllmontfl flVlfl
of a property whleh'can be made (when set
As Large an Income as is Obtained
m.. ..i..&Kf k. int. i. mi dmmriMit
..wJLiu.. . h.vii .rfiiAllv nrodsee bow.
If You are Thinking
Do set fall to see these lots,
tola before IbvwMbj.
AMI at saie U make a am s.n
. . .
Lanqi Shown Free of Charge.
A flno lino of hacks, buggies, carts, car
riages, buckboards, etc. lJotli our owu
make and the best eastern mado buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on tho undersigned, wngou nnd car
iimju mutters imu lhuukhiuiiu, -7, an
nnd 311 Commercial street.'.Salem.
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it "rem"'
dies aro giving satisfaction, and n cus
tomer with llronchltls says It is tho only
remedy that gives Instant lcllef.
SKiiitKi.i. ,t Covkii, Druggists,
M.,,. " the pleasure to Inform
ndVc you that your Preparations are
meeting with large Rales. Wo hear
Mntr. nrr Ut Dro en rom nu
llum II l, UUl I I UIOB I
casion iou,.e tncm.
NansCvwks & CO.. Driurtflslv
That It will accomplish tho end desired
In nllatlectlonsortlio Thronlmul i.uuks
U.. 'II find you not only will not be.
Will without It youn-elf, but will.
recoinmenu u to others, as iiiousniuiH
lino done, who liavo tried everything
el.e in vain. Money Is no object hero
SSS!nhcc."nn3 li!S Convince You
trilling sum of one dollar can purchase
a remedy that lll stand between you
nnd one of tho most dreaded of human
Circulars sent ficc, containing detailed
Is prepared only by
lly by tho AI1IETINL
, Oro llle, Cal.
could buy one of th-e lots and pay for It
recolvlng even a small salary can buy one
to fruit) to produce
from 100 Acres of Grain Land.
ynna any nrosneetlve boom.
and what tint produet will now br!
of Securing a
Best Soil! '
Easy Terms ! ! !
If ytm have mosey to Invest do Bet fall to look at these
to Save a Fart f Your Earnings
isvwwnrot ey m www
. L !.. 11. . I.S
"Earth has no sorrow that hcnvcn
cannot heal," whether arising from
physical, mental, or moral sources.
Tho promises anil consolations of
tho gospel furnish abundant
remedies lor all spiritual or mental
woes, and the Creator has stored, in
tho kingdom of Nature, remedies
for every physical ailment. For
ages these remedies were allowed to
Ho dormant, throtuih tho Ignorance
of mankind as to their uses, nnd for
ages more but little attention was
given to remedies for the peculiar
nuiiction oi woman, wlio was looked
upon ami treated as a slave nv lord v.
and then brutal man, and her sutler
ing regarded with beastly indilter-
cnee. In later times, science and
Christian philanthropy have eomo
to her relief, devising remedies for
her peculiarweaknesses, which liave
neon combined in Dr. Tierce's
Favorito Prescription, a remedy
that cures the pains, aches, nausea,
displacement, wasting and debili
tating alllictions to which she is
Constantly exposed. "Favorite
Proscription" is tho only medicine
for women, sold by druggists, under
a positive guarantee lroin tne manu
facturers, that it will give satisfac
tion In every ea-sc, or money will be
refunded. This guaranteo has been
printed on the bottle-wrapper, nnd
faithfully carried out lor many
Bufkien'n Arnica Salre.
Tho best salvo in tho world fo
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, saltrheutn,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all akin erup
tions, and positively cures piles? or
no'pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Prlco 25 gents per box.
Kor salo v- Dr. H. "W.'Cox.
- 1 u
Having bold my oillceand practice
tour. J. T. JNlnson I cordially re
commend him to my patrons and
tho publio in general. 1 shnllrenmin
at tho olllce vith the Dr,. for a few
weoks. . . Dh, J, C. 'Uyrd.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
KecpH on hauda largo assortment of Jew
elry, Watchos Clocks, etc, Repairing
promptly dono and warranted. I will gl o
the best bargains In watchcH of nny dealer
lutho Wlllametto alloy. 7:U:3iimv
4 Live and Let Live Faint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON.
Kalsominors. Paoer Hangers and
All orders will receive prompt attuntlnn
Estimates on all kinds of work In our line
cbeerfuliyelven. Kutlifactton guaranteed
Huop In Old Court House on Court street
Cotllalon itt Sen.
London, Sept. 7. Tho Allan line
steamer Prussian, from Philadelphia
on tho way to Glasgow, whiloin the
Clyde last night collided with nnd
sunk the lkltUli steamer Mending,
which was almost cut in two. Tho
Prussian was benched.
Nut urnll tut Ion Denied,
Waterloo, Iowa, Sept. 7. Judge
Unohan denied to-day the appli
cation of a Chinese laundrynmn,
FongWing, to bo made a citizen.
Tho judge took tho ground that
Chinese are not eligible to citizen
ship under the lawsnndeonstllutiou
of tho United States.
Iiiiiiult(irs tit Work.
Chicago, Sept .7. A special from
Cutlor, Ind., says: For the fourth
time tills place was tho scene of a
terrillc explosion. Last night dyn
amite was placed under tho post
otllco and that structure literally
blown to atoms. A largo quantity
of dynamite was found yesterday
morning under a hotel with matches
half burned. A strong gale un
doubtedly extinguished the match
San Jose, Sept. 7. Tyson J.
Wood, son of Ilev. Jesse Wood,
editor of tho Chico Chroniele-Jlccord,
was killed on tho narrow gauge road
in tills city tills afternoon. The
young man jumped from tho traiuas
it passed Julian sired and in doing
so fell to tho ground. His foot Hy
ing upas ho fell caught in tho truss
under tho car nnd lie was dragged
along with tho train. 1 to died at 7
l'olj Kiiiny Under Dure,
Cincinnati, Sept. 7. The annual
Methodist Episcopal eonfereuco is
in session at Jamestown, Ohio. Dr.
I. C. Jllir, formerly of tills state but
now in charge of tho Methodist
mission in Utah, visited tho session
and said that notwithstanding tho
reports given out by tho press in
general, polygamy is on tho decline
In Utah. Tho government officials
aro enforcing tho law against Mor-
monism, and as a result many of
tho older leaders have been and aro
being driven out of tho territory,
their places being tilled by a set of
younger and more Amencanizit
men. Ho thinks that in a few more
years polygamy will bo driven out
A Tsscatr ApprtclstfJ.
Regrets nre expressed that Squir
rel Hill district Is to lose tho long
continued and eftlclout services of
Prof. Heckmau. Ho Ijuh been a
painstaking and successful teacher,
ud a man who took a personal In
terest in and expended labor on tho
Sunday school, temperance and oth
or elevating work in tho commu
nlty. Mr. Heokman obtains a more
remunerative position, and so Squir
rel Hill's loss will be ins and Keene
I. C.sioBptl.s lsesri.lt.
I tend tho follewing: Mr. C. H.
Morris, Newark, Ark., wvys "Wwi
down with Absoess of Lungs, nud
friends and physicians pronounced
me an Incurable consumptive. Pe
gu n taking Dr. King's Now Discov
ery forooiiMumptlon, am now on my
third ImHUc, ami am able to oversee
the work on my farm. It Is tho
flnoHt jnetllclno ever made."
Jesse Mlddlowart, Decatur, Ohio,
myn:"Hid it not been for Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption I
would have died of lung troubles.
Was given up by doctors. Am now
In tho UH of health." Try It. Sam
ple bottles free ut JI. W. L'ox's Drug
NOW IS THE ACCEPTED TIME.
Dr. James Prossor, tho eminent
siMHilallHt, will remain In Kulum only
a few more weeks. About Oetoler
1st he will return to his olllce In Ban
Francisco. ALL YK AFFLICTED
take advantage of the oportunlty
to consult liltii while here. Cures
all chronic female diseases, blood
and skin diseases, nervous and pri
vate dlswusjsof botliMXMi, lost man
hood, general debility, etc. Cures
guaranteed. Most eases can receive
home treatment after a visit to the
doctorsoniw. Ollloe at 3tf) Liberty
street, rittleiii. Oregon. After Octo
Ur 1st, addresaoW McAllister irtreet,
Examination and consultation
Walla Walla is putting In nil elec
tric light plant.
Tho Washington Post says Secre
tary Whitney is sick of public oftleo
and will boon resign.
At Napa, Cal., John Caroban fell
into the river on Thursday night,
while inebriated, and was drowned.
Thirteen hundred feet of snow
sheds burned yesterday a mile west
of Truekec. The lire caught from a
Geo. K. linker was arrested yes
terday in San KmneNeo for having
a number of bogus lottery tickets in
Kato Field is about to take the
platform In advocacy of tho mo of
wine as a less deleterious beverage
than ardent spirits.
Heavy rains have fallon In Colum
bus.Ohio, which will bo likely to mar
tho enjoyment of tho G. A. 11, na
Mrs. Harriet llecohcr Stowo is
seriously 111 at Sag Harlmr, amino
hopes aro entertained of her recov
ery. Slio is in her 77th year.
Col. Edward G. ilutler, tho oldest
graduate from West Point, died in
St. Louis on Wednesday. 1 To served
under Gen. Taylor in tho Mexican
Don't talk politics in a loud tone
of voice in, publio pi. -os.
Don't get red and upoplcctlu over
tho virtues of your own candidate
or tho failings of one on tho other
Don't abuse your opponent when
you get to discussing politics with
Don't light him particularly if
ho looks able to lick you.
Don't think it necessary to hold
up a bar ovory night in tho consid
eration of the nilulrs of tho nation.
You don't need any more rum In a
presidential year than any olhor.
Don't kill tho man whogoosabout
taking voles on tho cars. Pity and
spare film, llo may voto for your
Don't bet. Glvo your wlfo llio
monoy you think you can all'ord for
wagers, and then you will bo sure
not to lose It. Ex.
W. H. Gotilet Is digging a well,
and fixing up his house generally.
Those Interested In It say there
will bo a good time at the picnic ou
the Oth of October.
Dusluess is quite good. Wood,
burn is ou the steady up grade.
T. J. Van Winkle, with tho firm
of Wm. A. Fasli it Co., cut his hand
severely on Thursday and will bo
obliged to tie It up and rest it for n
V. O. Eby on last Wednesday
started a new photograph gallery.
A WORTHY ENTERPRISE.
On May 1st, last, about four months ago,
Dr. Gilbert opened an oHl oo and sanitarium
In the bank block, Halem, and advertised
to treat chroulo dUiasv on scientific
principles. Hlnce thst time his prnctlco
has been sUadlly Incrvasluit so much m
that he was obliged to secure mora room
and Increasing facilities, and now flndluir
himself unable to attend to his numerous
patients, he has entered Into partnership
with Dr. M. W. Weinn, of Detroit, Michi
gan, a physleluu and surgeon of large ex
perience, thoroughly competent, and a
specialist In disease of the eye, ear, throat
and usual cavltles-who has come with
his family to maku his home In Halem.
The new firm will be known as Drs. Oil.
bert A Weinp and will occupy the com
modious rooms In the bunk block, for
ortlitt and sanitarium, and will conduct
their business under the name and style
of Th Ortgoa Mriksl and Sursktl butlUU. It Is
their Intention to spare neither pains nor
expense In their ellbrts to make this tlio
most complete Institution, fur the treat,
bieutnf all forms of dluu, especially
chronic, lu the northwest.
Medkuted KJ'or Iwtlu, teetro-magnat-Win,
oxygen ind mussuge, together with
all modern and scientific appllaiiees (or
the thorough eure of disease, will be used,
Kxainluatlons will bo frre, and ehargea
strlelly inoderute, Address Drs, (Illbort
A Wemp, lUnk bhwk, or jxistoniee box 1W,
Ksrrtr t C,
Are shipping out fruit by the ear
load, hut their own store Is alwayrt
attractive with the best varieties.
In fruit, vegetables, groceries and
provlslone they are always In the