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SALEM, OR., FRIDAY, AUGUST lO, 1SSS.
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ST HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
PjVff 1 m HfrtP PnHnn'a Krirtt-
nnni-H ill. i auli i Aiativuki wwwah
fibre, State street, Salem, Or.
fti express business oi n-uiier uuhk,
Snared to deliver trunks, ynllses, pack
p2l and any thing else that ho can get In
HTwS&n "oW lrt of the city, quicker,
Sfe? totter, and' neuter, than It can bo
done by nny body else. Leave orders at
Fire and Marine.
J03. ALBERT, Agent, - Salem, Oregon.
scientist, anthropologist, physician and
MKeon, will open an office In the Now
SnkWock, outlay 1st, for tho trmtmon
ff all diseases of women, and nil other
SSprinclples. Medical baths, oxygen aid
SStnwnngnetl'siii ned. Charges strictly
modem""- Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
3IIS CULLAXKO US.
Importers nud Dealers In
Boots and Shoes!
A good Iron frame Horso Power. Good
... ..li nsos. from one to full capacity.
m "; 1 " ,,, ,',,- ,,rir-n nf sro. Cull at the Pa-
1 2 rirtnr. Vliiecar & Fruit Preserving
COlupJUJ n ui.
CHEAP FARM FOR SALE!
Willis & Chamberlain
Farm of 230 Ajjrcs, on theO.4C.lt. 11,
IS MARION COUNTY, ONLY HALF
Imllefrom depot; KM acres In cultivation;
houe, barn and line young orchard.
Kor tale at 818 an acre.
Call soon anil secure a
,G-0lllce In Opera House.
July 17, 18SS, lm.
TV I " T I
TO. N. LADUK, President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIli, - - Cashier.
General Agents for Oregon of
Forsyllic's Infallible Cora Cure.
Exchango on Portland, Sun Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
invited to deposit wml transact business
with us. Liberal advances inado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonuoio rates. Insurance, on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank in
most reliable companies.
The Great Land Enterprise.
Energetic measures nro being
adopted by the Mexican Land and
Development Co., for tho carrying
out of the great enterprise to which
wo alluded iu a recent issuo in coa-
nection with the Grant of Land it
has required in tho stato of Tiunnu
it of till
and it is
ihtaulishkd nr natiokai, autiiouity
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
1635s acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
igood road, from Salem, 113 acres in cultl-
Yiuou, balanco In timber, wcu watereu,
food $1000 house of 8 rooms, moderate barn,
vrellnttho door; all fenced and a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 07 acres Ingrain. Pur
chaser can have liberal terms to harvest,
PRICE 1000, TIME GIVEN.
Como right to tho farm and savo agent's
J-. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
No. oOJ Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
AS-Agent for tho RICHARDSON &
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces.
tauiisnea in isib.
Capital Paid up, -Surplus,
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. AL11ERT, ... - Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
Dr. V. A.Cuslck. J. II. Albert,
T. McF. l'atton.
To formers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either in private, grnnarleeor
Stato anil County Warrants llou?lit at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and CnlcuMfi.
Upas, Mexico. Tho hardest of the
I surveying is already done.
estimated that In n yen.', 4,S00,000
nures can oo surveyed, oi wiucn the
Company will take 1,C.OO,000 nervs.
Tlie land has navigable rivers, and
harbors, and coal, and dense forests
of fine timber, and petroleum, and
precious metals, and other minerals;
but suppose it had nothing nt all ex
cept the bare land, and suppose that
it does not bring more than the $.'i
por acre, you might figure what the
profit will be on some million acres.
We Know what land is. Wo can
see it. It is always where we can
examine it. Tho most successful
companies for some years havo been
organized on laud. The whole world
knows what a boom there was in
Southern California last year, and
theinany fortunes that were made.
Nonf of these begin to compare
with' this enterprise, in magnitude,
nor in its possibilities. It comprises
not rijono millions of acres of land
but the opening fornmny industries.
Sod the Company's advertisement
Making False Returns of Stamp Can-
collations so as to Increase
SALEM 13 ATMS.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
rtllAVINQ, HAIR CUTTING AND
O Shampooing neatly done.
The Mexican Land and Development Co.
H. K. Dubois.
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000.
SIEAKES $3.00 EACH.
Full Paid and Non-Assessable.
FORTY THOUSAND SHARES
with a bonus of FIVE ACRES of land to each share are
offered to immediate subscribers at par of five dollars
per share, for the benefit of the Treasury,
This Company havo ncqulred nn oxcluslvo grant of several million acres of land
from Uio Government of Mexico in the stato of Tamaullpas, Ixirdered by tho slate of
Texas and the Uulf of Mexico. It comprlsos rich agricultural, grazing and mineral
landsimmense forests of valuable timber, and opportunities for vast publlconternrlHox
In tho development and settlement of n territory almost as lnrce as tho stato of Penn
sylvania, with a good population, a healthy, moderate climate, and ample ruin fall.
Tho land offered with thestock nnd for
i negotiable, certificates will bo Issued, will
Drove a choice Investment of Itself while each share participates In tho wholo enter.
prise. Based on tho lowest price of Government land In tho United Suites tho shares
will havo a value many times greater than tho price at which those forty thousand are
oiiereu to carry ounno oujecis oi mu lompuiiy. nuuscripuon win oonceopicti as 101
aai payments ni uuriy, (sixty nna in l
per cent, cash, balanco In equal payments at Thirty, Sixty nnd
ucmii Dy uran, i;necn, t,xnros8or iiegisiercu wiier. ui
broker. Prospoctus nnd full Information on application
direct or through any bunker or
Simple Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From 51 to SB per day,
SALEM, - - OREO N.
Graduates Students In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Business, Law,
It U the oldest, largest nnd leant expen
Jnutuum of learning In the Nortu-
jkjol opens first Monday In September.
F. K. MORELAND, Financial Agent,
No. 57 Broadway, New York,
i Wonderful Cures.
W. T). 'Jloyt & Co., Wholesale and
Retail Druggists of Koine, Ga., say :
AVo have been selling Dr. King's
Now Discovery, Electric IMttors and
JJucklen's Arnica Salve for four
years. Have never handled reme
dies that sell as well, or give such
universal satisfaction. There have
been some wonderful cures ellecfed
by thoe medicines In this city. Sev
eral cases of pronounced Consump
tion luive been entirely cured bv tiso
of a fjw bottles of Dr. King's Now
Discovery, taken in connection with
Electric Bitters. Wo guarantee
them ahvuvs. Sold by Dr. H. "V.
Soothes anil Ileal.
SaUtn Able soothes and heals the
membranes of tho throat and lungs
when poisoned and inflamed by d's
case. It prevents night sweats and
tightness across tho chest, cures
cough, croup, asthma, colds, oronch
itis, pneumonia, whooningcoughand
all other tliront and luiii! troubles.
No oilier medicino is so successful iu
curing nasal catarrh as California
Cat-R-Cure. Tho enormous and in
creasing demand for these standard
California remedies confirms their
merit. Sold aud absolutely guaran
teed by D. W. Matthews te Co. at ?1
a package. Three for i?U.oO
An Absolute Cure.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIETJX:,
OINTMENT is only put up In lnrgi
two-ounco I in boxes, and Is ai)
ausoiuto euro for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and al!
skin eruptions. Will positively
euro all kinds of plies. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIETLNE OINT
MENT. Sold byD.W. Matthews
& Co., 100 Stato street, Salem, at 5
cents per box by mall 30 conta.
Boston, Mass., special: Inspector
Townsend, of tho postofflco dejwirt
ment, has just completed an inspec
tion of the New England postoftleos.
Suspicion had been aroused at Wash
ington by sudden and Inexplicable
variations of the receipts of certain
oftices. The result of this- investi
gation, it is said, has shown that It
lias been a practice with not a few
of the postmasters to maite false re
turns of their stamp cancellations In
order to get a linger salary out of the
government. It was found iu one
instance that a postmaster had been
reporting to the government that ho
had cancelled $800 worth of stumps
per annum, while his successor did
a business of only ? 100 a year. The
conclusion was irresistible, unless
some palpable facts were presented
to account for the dcllclency that
the old postmaster had been making
false returns to the government. It
is said that there aroabout fifty such
cases in the New England district,
everyone of them backed by evi
dence of the guilt of the accused.
These cases involve ti good many
thousands of dollars in tho aggre
gate, although in a large number of
them the amounts are small. These
oftices, as a rule, are in small places
and have been conducted by all
sorts of people. Some of them have
been women; and rural deacons, who
are regarded as moral bulwarks In
their communities, nro not unknown
In the list.
"The hardest question 1 ever had
to answer," said a gentleman who
had just comedown from the Thous
and Islands, "was put by my little
boy while wo were passing through
a small strip of woods." "Papa," he
shouted, the roaring of the train
making It dlllleult to hear, "aro
there any lions an' tigers an' boars
in these woods ?'l "No," I said.
"Well, If there ain't no lions an' ti
gers an' bears iu woods," ho shrieked
above tho din, "what do they havo
woods for?" Utica Observer.
The Demi Wnrrliir at Iliiiue.
Washington, Aug. fl. Tho fune
ral train bearing tho remains of (Jen
oral Sheridan arrived at tho Balti
more fc Potomac station at o:ir
o'clock this afternoon. Eight ser
geants of artillery boro tho casket,
on which was the American Hag and
tho dead General's hat and sword,
from the train to an artillery caisson,
on which It was conveyed to St.
Matthews church. A troop of cav
alry under Captain Ltiwton acted as
escort, and a long line of carriages
followed tho casket. The remains
will lie in stato at tho ohureh,
watched by the local Legion Guard
ltmi Into a WaspNNost.
Wichita, Kan., Aug. Il.-Ilenjaman
Watkins, engaged by n farmer In tho
western part of tho county, met a.
fearful death yesterday while mow
ing. He was driving a team at
tached to a mower, when he rim in
to a wasp's nest. Tlic enraged wasp's
Hew at the horses and stung them so
that they began running away.
Watklns could not hold tho horses
and was thrown from his seat In
front of the mower and literally cut
to pieces. His remains wcro so badly
cut to pieces that they had to be
picked up iu a box.
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it "!
ta4i f acAThJornur.iici
xiti iwy Jk n
THUS. VAX SCOT.
PROPOSALS FOB WOOD.
IYW AT u tl-f r T nuniwunTnniiv
. olreeton of tehoal dktriet No. 31 In
la5 r2!Ui!ff un,u WednewUy. b " 9
JSStoj 60 eortU flr wood Bad 40 eordi
I in 2" "'wed at Ht salm oanaiMj
. wu nr wood anil k nnl nk. tn be tliv
Hk""J , i"?U Salem bulldlas: t eorSi
J. V be delivered at South SiSin build
TL.,, DAVID SIMPSON,
WHa School Clerk.
tMP. rn n cKi 1 1 ssf
"MurrrLT -' -TwmO-.UII
lABlETINE Mrno.OROViLLr fAL
dlos aro giving satisfaction, and a cus
tomer with Bronchitis says it Is tho only
remedy thut gives Instant relief.
Hkukki.i, A Covhk, Dnigglsts,
H,. " tho picture to Inform
dve you that your Preparations are
meeting with large stiles.
Nothing but Praise &g
rasinn tn-' lis,, tliAftt
Na.vscam'ks a Co., DruggUU,
Bntklen'i Ariltt Bslre.
Tho best salvo In tho world fin
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, saltrheum,
fovor soroa, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin eruji
tlous, and positively cures piles, oi
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Prlco 25 cents per box.
For sale Dr. H. W. Cox.
When Baby wm sick,
Wo gaye her Caitorla,
Wllen she was a Child,
She cried for Caitorla.
When die became Miss,
She clung to Castorla.
Wbea ibe had Chlltlren,
She gare thetn Ctwtorla.
That It will accomplish the end desired
In all all'ectlons of the Throat and Lunos
U ...III and you not only will not be
II Will without It yourself, hut will
have done, who have tried everything
eise in vaiu. Finney is no oujecv vrnere
naTa'anallle6 Convince You
trlttlngnum of one dollar oun purchase
a remedy thut will ctund between, you
undone of the inot dreudedof human
CI renin sent free,oontalnlngd(alled
la prepared only by tlie ABIHTINE
JIKDIfjAl. CO., Orovtlle, OI.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEIVI, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Deoot
Tuke Not of Tlil.
17OII 3,AOO WK WILLHKLI.00 acre
I1 well ImproVMl gunlen land, within 8
mllm of Hnlm. GixmI roud to town the
yoururounu. Building good. FINE YOUNG
ORCHARD and ox eel I wit gruMi lund. ThU
hi n bargain, nnd will lie held only ahort
time at these figure. Call, unci we will
auow you 1110 jironeny.
Siiattli: lifts been going ahead
too fust, with its street Improve
ments and issuo of scrip to pay for
tho same. A number of contractors
who hold MO.000 worth of scrip.
have drawn oil' because they can
not get It negotiated. Some others
who havo been fortunate enough to
dlsposo of the paper, continue their
work. Tho city council, at Its last
meeting, passed an ordinance pro
viding for the issuance of bonds
guarantying the payment of the
interest on the scrip semi-annually
and tho principal when due. This
will bo satisfactory for all future Is
sues of city scrip.
.Mr. N. If. Krohllehsloin, of Mo
bile, Ala., writes: I take great
pleasure In recommending Dr.
King's New Discovery forconsumi
tion, having used It for a severe at
tack of Bronchitis and Catarrh. It
guvo me Instant relief aud entirely
cured me ami I have not been allllcf
ed since. 1 also licg to stato tiiat I
hud tried other remedies with no
good result. Have also used Klco
frlc Bitters and Dr. King's New
Life Pills, both of which I can roo
ommend. Dr. King's Now Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, Is
sold on a ixwltlvo guarantee.
Trial bottles free at Dr. Jf. W.
Cox's Drug Store.
Thii Sugar Trust.
Ni:v Yoitic, Aug. 0. Tho mem
bers of the great sugar rellners' trust
aro said to bo In great trouble. Tho
trust men say Spreckels has under
taken a greater Job than heean han
dle. A wholesale grocer said: "If
Spreckels can crush the trust he will
be conferrlngan immense hcuollt up
on all of us. Wo all want cheap su
gar. It is a mistake to suppose thut
grocers favor high prices. High pri
ces always reduce tho volume of
trade. If a commodity is dear, peo
ple always uso as little as they'an,"
Clearing the Senate. Calendar.
Wahiiinuto.s., Aug. 0. Senator
Sherman has sent a circular note to
the republican senators, asking each
if there are any measures ponding
before tlie senate iu which lie is es
pecially Interested, ami upon which,
ho desires action by the senate dur
ing tliis session. Tho recipients aro
requested to reply to tho committee
ounrderof business. It isundorstootl
to be tho Intention of tho committee
to provido for clearing tho calendar
of important business before the tar
ill' hill is brought iu.
WILLIS &. CHAMIIKULIN.
Opera Ilnuae, Salem, Or.
Tlie Standard Coniljiiialion Fence !
No. 260 Commercial St.
All Slyls oi Fencing Made fo Order
ON SHORT NOTIOIC.
In IkeAinuilng CourtllttU of "L'ltd l'."
Hir ('baric ColdMrwim, a IiIumi mini ol
fuHhlou, In made to denreoute everything
Iu which everybody ele la hiipikwmI to
take an lntrmi, with the languid remark
that "there U really nothing In It." He
even extended tliUorltlcUm to the crater
of Vesuvlim, ilown whlcii lie iookwi mu
hhw "nothing Iu It." such flmraetent are
Mircer on thU aide of the Atlantic tlmu
nbroud, but they exlut here notwltlwlund
lug. Hiu-li men iimmI h "lllllp to nature" to
overcome their luMtltude, and renew the
zeat ofexlatenee. Tliey and other itixni
whom the world enjoyment arebeg.n
ning prematurely U jwll, will rind HiMtet
tur'a Htimueli Illttem 11 wlMilenome and
tidy renewal of vigor and health. Ap
itlte retunn, dyapeptte and hlltouaaym
ioiiM illwtppeur, tlie nerve grow atnilig,
and the hour of retirement I unfruiighl
with apprehenalon of unwuty reKMe when
thla auiwrUtlvetonlc la ein4oyed. II rem
edle fever and ague, rheuinatbiiiutid kid
Cream soda, Ice cream soda, milk
shakos, lumouadw at Strong &, Co.'h
Ghlldren CryftrFitolier's Gastoria
Mobile has (uarantliied against
Jacksonville, and no portions, bag
gage or freight are allowed to enter
There is a movement on foot for
holding requiem mass for General
Sheridan in all tho CatholiuchtirchoH
of the leading cities of tho United
Tho World says: "It has become
clear to the friends of Robert Garret
during tho past week that he Is real
ly insane aud that there aro but
faint hojies of ills ultimate recovery."
A Washington dispatch says tlie
president will neither sign nor veto
the river and harbor bill, but will
let it become a law without ills sig
nature. The ten days' limit for ac
tion expire tomorrow.
A delegation from British Colum
bia Is In London to urge tho govern
ment to adopt proposals tosoutiro
the sottlemeiil In Vancouver's Ulund
ofliVJ crofter families, tlie provincial
government guarantying to repay
the principal and Interest of funds
advanced for that object.
"Wo may bo fond of our dog,"
wild n lady on Hudson street the
other afternoon as slio ehopiMid tho
unliiiul's meat, liecause, as she said,
his mouth was so tired with barking
at tho neighbor's eat that he could
not ohow comfortably. "We may
lw fond of our dog, but we don't
mukuHUch u fool of him an our friend
over the wuy does with his Towser.
On one of those awfully hot night
we've had lately, our friend got up
lit (he middle of the night to glvo
tlie dog u cold bath because the ani
mal could not sleep 011 account of
the, hout." BullUlo Courier.
The Wkkklv Capital Jouhnal
$1 a year.