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SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 188S.
BTABLI31IBD BT NATIONAL AUTHORITT
Paid np, -
- - - .$75,000
- - - lojodd
it B. WALLACE. - - President.
V. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, , - - Cashier.
W.T.Gray, - TV. "V. Mnrtln,
J. l. Martin, R- S-'Vallaco.
Dr. W. A.Cuslck, J. II. Albert,
;T. MeF. l"ntton.
To termors on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In private granaries or
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Tar.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
VM. N. LADTJE, -Dlt.
JOHN MOIR, - -
- - -' Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, Kan Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Koug
bought and sbld. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
invited to deposit tiud transact business
with us. Liberal ndvanccs made on
client, wool, hops and other property at
rcasounoio ratu,. Insumnco on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank in
most reliable companies.
Importers and Dealers In;
Boots and Shoes !
General Agents for Oregon of v
W. B. Kors'vtlic's 'Infallible iCornsCurc,
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good'sbld stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
TXPRBfaS WAGON, QUICK AJfDSAHB
Li delivery. Wn.Retuilelawln bought
tli' exprea bualneaa of Walter lowe, te
prepared to deliver tnink, vhIImw, pack,
air, and any thing eWe tlt Imw get In
hi HKon to any part of the city, quicker,
wf'r, better, and neuter, than It can be
n. by any body ele. Lea e, orders at
IC o in p a n y .
Fire and Ma
il I 1 M
Jus. ALBERT, Agent, -
- Salem, Oregoo.
PPEAU W LVKRTON, WKfcK LY. IL
ft iwfyaar. independent. TbAAl.
U circulated In Marion, Linn and Clnek
mcouullex taw been eatablktbad elajbl
ear and U an excellent advertising me
dium. Fr term addrewi the noWbtaar
H. u. Guild, SUvenon. Or.
T KAVK OHl)KK
AT LANCRf UV
MiMtV mm m nUla hi tttMiggp
"erefii atreeta. 1'romK aMwHtaw and
PROF. IL DUX0XD,
' 1-i.r In all kind t Vu.lcal loslrn-
fh- Jt. iimnirn 11 tnt 1B
Th&Capital National Bank
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
HACKS -:- AND -;- BUGGIES!
Scriber : and -:- Pohle.
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Il IS BY tU.j. kifWV CU rE TOT
.Stvo Jg ClSCUt-A
API TINE MCfrCoVQKOVILLE cal
AVE YOU'A COLD IN THE HEAD which docs not get better? llavo you an ox
...i... cnnmiinn ftfriiiipiis imitforln tho miinl na-saires? Aro vou troubled by
t:."t;.i-i.,.. citiimr wmiir niui iitimiiril ovM.
roaring in tno ears, moiv or icss iiuikiiiiuuukm hh- iu'iuuik, i'-- nuuiimimij ...
paired; dullness or dizziness of the head, dryness or heat of the noso? Have you lost all
sense of smell? Is your breath foul? If so, you have tho Catarrh. SoinolmvonllthObO
...... ...l,. 1... ...., "-;----;------- -."-'.
symptoms, otners oniy a pan.
Kestores tho senso of tasto nnd smell, removes bad taste and unpleasant breath, result
In" from Catarrh, liisv nnd pleasant to use. Follow directions and a euro Is guaran
teed by D. V. MATTHEWri A Co.
CAPTAIN CIIAIILES L. DIMON, of Now York City, formerly special agent of tho
Phatulx and Home Insumnco Company nt San Francisco OH., says: "I havo been
troubled with Chronlo Catarrh for twenty years. A friend In midlaiid. Cal.. recoin
nvended your California CAT-U-CUHE. I procurded n Jar having but 1 Ittlo faith In Its
curative preperties: but I must say.after using thieojaw.l nm curedof that disgusting
disease. Enclosed sind 55 for which send mo California CAT-U-CUUE for borne friends,
who aro sufferers."
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot.
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.r? 1 -fXl- I! ft
Uasjuat purchiied 7 aorca, altuated
Satoin, which they will Immediately plat
Ten A.cre Lcpfs.
Thu Und ha been carefully aelected with )eial raienmee to 1U( aUpUblllt !..
Each Lot will Front on a Good Road and Have a Good Front Fence.
YSiStSmSSim a4uH loto, immI mm of U nm. Iota have -Ir-uiy
"Been rt-ld at a 1IAX0S03IE ADVAKCB IN PRICK.
fHaMM m uinr netwaa in ni who
As kie an iwoiie as is Obtained
T ! " JS L1?
HMD WM (Mr rm "ww
If Yw ire
MaalMItAMatkewbiu. H jot, tm,rm
Mk MCM iMTMttaV-
If Yw Wait li Sire
And at the u tlnie u-ke a nrrt-rta-
Anne line of hacks, buggies, carta, car
riages, buckboards, etc Both our own
make and the best eastern made buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on tho undersigned, wagon and car
riago makers and blacksmiths, 2s, 312
and 311 Commercial street.lSalem.
y - TnU w i - i
.. n Ml V
n mucnt soreneis of the throat, ringing or
" i.-. i., r u ..:...,. I..,.
from three Ufc
and urwf and
four and one-half miles cut
wuw ux " "r m7m " "T i
fro 100 Acre of Grain Und.
it upon mar proapaeUv boon, bat depen
r, and what (hat product will now ImIuk
of Seetii a m
mmhmt to ! do not toil t took al tu
a Fart if Ywr Mm
lnve.tmeot br " the. loUontli
Free of Charge.
Specialties, in Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes
Imported German Prunes,
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
Provision., Flour nnd Feed.
Vegetables and Fruit Fresh Every Day.
My slock Is entirely new, nndlcnremllj
selected. Price marked dnwiito a cash
No. 110 State St. Next to Ilcd Front
FOR BARGAINS IN
ROTAN & WHITNBY,
102 Court Street, Salem, Oregon
Having bought out tho remainder of trie
chair factory's stock, wo aro prepared to
sell cnairs lowcrinannny nouso murcgou
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON.
.Kalsorniners- Pa'oer Hangers and
All onUtn will rend ye HSVU'1. aHottUtw
ian..nHM im nit mntu w. wiitr ,,, uui .
cheerfutb'jrivMi. HutlnwtloM gunmiiU-e.!
tshop in Old Court IIoiim oh Court uliuut
Mutt VntronWo Their Own School.
r I , nm- r...d C....t It t.Vtl,.,r.
Fhtly, of St. rnrj''s Cluirvli, last
summy nnnonnccu tiitit no una
received lustruotlons from tho
Archbishop t Dnltiinoro thnt nil
uiitnouo parents nnviiiK eniiurun 01
school uKe, must soiul them to
pnrocmni scnooia uniior pnm ot sin.
Augusta, Sept. 11. Tho follow
ing speech was nuule of Joseph
Mtuiley: "Every county hits gone
republican. Tho senate Is un
animously republican, tho house
four-llfths republican. The republi
can plurality will Ih fully IM.OOO.
Tho republicans polled tho largest
vote over polled In tho state. Heed's
plurality Is tho largest he ever re
eelved.' V. It. H. Tr.mlil.-.
Nr.w YoitK( Sept. 11. Tho
troubles in the umuagemeut of tho
"NTrf luirii ltif,tflit 1,,, t Kmill iilllti,illll
arranged and changes aro to ho
ninuo at mo oumiing election.
lts,dliliMif l?t1mt tlnrrlu rivultr.iu
..VOIWU.I, ......V., ....' .v.'.h,..-,
and Vlco lMeslilont OuUos, will bo
elected in his place. Harris will
take tho position of chairman of tho
noarii oi (iireciors, 10 no eicaieii.
August Hclmont retires from the
liniiril if iltrmilftva ,111.1 .Inlill ltllllnll
of Philadelphia will bo elected in his
place. Tho changes tiro understood
to 1h in rho interest of the VUlard
CiilCAoo, Sept. 11. A Wasli
lngton snccial says : Tho 'Womens'
National League of this city him is
sued it brief, to bo used in connec
tion with Its petition to congress for
authority to prosecute President
Cleveland upon a charge of libeling
ISIary Ann Dougherty In his mes
sage vetoing her nonsion bill, where
in ho denounced herasdriinkcn and
worthless to tho whole country.
Tho charges against her havo been
proved false by tho Woman's Na
The l'renld.mt Niiiiiliiiit,
W ah 1 1 1 noton, Sepl . 1 1 . The
president has made tho following
nomination!!: Lambert Treo of Il
linois, envoy extraordinary and
minister plenipotentiary of tho
United States to Itussla, vlcotleorge
N. Lothrop, resigned. Kdwln S.
Council, consul of tho United States
at Uatavla. Secretaries of legation
Howard Martin of California, to
China; Charles llolllday of Kansas,
to Ven.uclii; II. Levers of New
York, to Argentine Republic; II. H.
YVhltehouso of New York, to Mexi
co, l'ror. (I. Davidson of California,
an assistant In tho UuitMi Slates
coast and geodetic survey, to bo a
member of tho MisMaslppI river
A Ntnv Order,
Washington, Sept. 11. The not
ing Secretary of War has Issued tho
following circular: It Ik hereby di
rected that hereaftor tho chiefs of
btironus of tho War Dopartmont
shall cause to bo stated In all iuver
tisumontH for proposals for furnishing
minplli ordered by or under tho
War Deparment, that nrofero.ioo
will bo given to articles of ilomeslht
ppidtietlon tir manufacture, tho con
ditloim of quality ami price (Includ
ing in tho price of foreign produo
tluiiM or iimiiufiictiiro the duty there
on) Ikmiik equal ; ami further, that
no cuiitraotH shall bo nwnnled for
ftirnUliliiK Hrtlcloa of foreign, pro
duction or iimiitifwitiire when arti
cles of ullbo quality und of dumaa-
tlojrHltictioii or nnniiiraciuro cnu
A WORTHY ENTERPRISE.
On Mity lat, hut, atamt Mir month ar,
Or. (HIiHMt oenad i trfttea and naultartuHi
In tin li.uk bWck, Halrm, and advertised
l liutl ihruuLc dlMWaa oil M-lenllllu
irliiftiiltm. Hln.w that time hi pratlf
liiut ln-.'n etdllr Inereaelinr- much ao
that In- wee obtlgod Utearure muhv nana
and liit-ralug OuilllUaa, and ttow ttodlug
hlimwlf uuabl" U. attend U hi uuinennia
patient, he ha entered Into partiwrnulp
with lr. M. W. Wetop, of Oetrolt, Mlehl
Kmii, a pbyeldait and wna of large -perleiioe,
tbofHdbly mmpeWnl, and a
lclalUt In dlMMHHi of lb eye, ear, throal
and nanal ravltlm-wlto baa mine with
til family ui inake bU bom In Salem.
The new Una will be known a im. OIL
ix-rt A Weta and will mmpj I be cow.
modioli ruonu In tne bank bkiek, tor
.,m and aanltaiium, and will eundnet
Ou-lr buln under the aaioe and lyt
rfTbt OrafM Mtdkal W Sargkal l.rtrbrt It W
ibeir Intention to pan neitber naln nor
rxiriM) In ibrlr effort U make IbU lb
mot iitaWW Inatltatlon, tor ttie treat
i... nt .f all torm of dUe . ueotally
hrualr, in Itie noHbVMt.
U-dUmUd tanur bath, ebwiwrumo
lam, oxygen and mn aa. togetner with
ui I mod.- and MtenUAe applbMieas tor
Hi. thorouxli .-orw.if 41awe, will br tued.
riaiiiliiaili.ua trill l- fr-. , and rliarge
.in. ll iiumI, nU-, Addr.-M lr. I,lll-rt
.V tt. im lunk l.t.k,.ii --i tin r l-.v 170,
John Robinson's circus was wreck
ed at Cobiirn, Ohio, Sunday morn
ing. Mrs. Harriet lloecher Stowo is yet
very low, at her homo nt Hartford,
A camp of Hunt's graders Is at
work in tho corporate limits, Wnlla
"Lottn" CmhtrtM) has Imught tho
Grand opera house, St. Paul, for
Ten men wore killed Monday in a
tunnel near Helena by tho prema
ture explosion of a blast.
Clearing-house returns: Gross
exehangos past week, SSTO.OJvS,";!!!,
an Increase of .07 per cent.
Tho monks ordered expelled front
Spain for Carllst plotting havo
promised to be good hereafter.
Peter W. Lund, dealer In awnings
and tarpaulins, Now York, and
formerly of San Francisco, has as
signed. The destruction of life and prop
erty in Spain by high watora Is
much greater than at ilrst repre
sented. lion. Samuel 11. llandall, of
Peiiii., Is reported much Jjttprovcil
Tho City of Cheater has boon duly
located and buoys will bo placed
over the wreck.
There Is u goneial Impression In
Washington that congioss will ad
journ October 1st.
Allen GUI, of Wiillula had his
right hand shattered Sunday by the
exploslofi of a shotgun cartridge
which ho was picking.
Tim senate committee of which
Senator Sherman Is chairman
reports the bill favorably for making
trusts an Illegal business.
(Ion. Juntos It. Chalmers was yes
terday unanimously nominated for
congress by tho republicans of tho
second Mlt-slsslppl district.
Schlllerstcln, tho California sprin
ter, lowered the 100-yard record one
fifth of a second at St. Louis, Sun
day, his time being I) l-Ti seconds.
Senator Thomas F. Grady, of Now
York, addressed a large iiudlonco ill
Indianapolis last night. Ho Is en
route to California to stump tho count,
for the democratic ticket
At Pendleton Saturday evening it
Chinaman while endeavoring to
board an engine was struck by It,
resulting In u broken shotildur. JIo
was also badly brulsud about tho
head and chest. Ho Is now In tho
Tho town of Jacksonville, Oregon,
was visited yesterday by ono or tho
largest Urea ever known In Southern
Oregon. It Is estimated that about
li.'.iMK) worth of properly Is do
Mtroyod. For a tlmo tho olty was
The Mexican emigre: ha assem
bled and the member lmvu been
sworn In. The following olllw
wio clioMiu : Trinidad Garcia,
president ; IVdro Itltioon GallHrdo,
vlco nrwddent: JUawmlo PhIoiicIh,
llrtwnitry; Ihiinon Kodlguo in
vent, neoond HiKiretitry.
Grand Hlro John H. While, or
Albion, Now York, the highest Odd
Fellow In America, wn tendered u
reception in the Grand I Vol Ho hotel
purlora, Saturday night, by incin
lamt of the Chicago Odd Fellow a'
AmmmjIuUoii. White la en route to
the aoverelgn gwud lodge nt Lo
Tlw Uwv HruW, Dak., Indiana
held a council Saturday evening to
ixiiMhler tlw new trettty. lhe
a(MMMilMW were iwndld and iiuxlemtt-.
Head Ciller Iron ballon ojqsiatsi
tlM meaasire. Chief illg Man fav
ored the bill. Sunday morning the
Indian aeleetal their oratora, who
are all oihmm1 to the pruMMHU.
riiaawlilaiit resulting In the death
of George Jackaon, foreman on the
O. it W. T. natd, WtNliiwiUy, a
eurnal aa follow : I f e waa tamping
the laiwder with an Iron rod, when
an exploafcHi blew tlie rial uleur
through Ida liead, A natK was
throwu agmluat hla Uxly Iralging lit
the atuiuai'h. Another rock went
through th-1 hod, tearing away the
heart. The man was hurle.1 furtv
fis-t in th air