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SALEM, OR., THURSSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1SSS.
a ST. HELE2C, PIA2J0 TUNER AND
repairer. All work warranted,
ve orders nt T. McF. Patton"s book
More, SWte street, Splm, Or.
Xl'ttKSS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
, .lpllverv. M'm. Kcnnle havluc bouclit
the express business of Walter Lowe,
prepared to deliver trunks, valises pack
ages, and any tklng else that ho can cet in
his wnison to any part of the. city, quicker,
safer, better, nod neater, than It can be
done by any body else. Leave orders nt
C o m p any.
KIre and Ma
rine. OS. ALUEBT.'AKent. - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician mid
surgeon, will open an olllce in the Now
Bank Mock, on 3Iny 1st, for tho treatment
of nil diseases of women, nnd nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hyplculcand nat
ural principle. Medical baths,oxygen and
elwtro-mngnrtism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
M'JI. N. LADUE, - -DIl.
J. HEYNOLDS, -JOHN
MOIIl, - - - -
- - President.
- - - Cashier.
Exchange on rortlnnd, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
invited to deposit tmd transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property at
reasonaoio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained nt tho bnnk In
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED MY NATIONAL AUTIIOIUTY
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid np, - - - - $75,000
Surplus, ...--- 10,000
U. S. WALLACE, - President.
V. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .- - - - Cashier.
"V. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. SI. Martin, R. 8. Wallace,
Dr. W. A.Cuslck, J. H. Albert.
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other markets
able produce, consigned or in store,
either In private granaries or
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Ban
Krnnclseo, Portland, London, Paris, lierlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.;
Importers and Dealers lu;
LATK6T STVLrfsl , . .
General Agents for Oregon of
W. a Fsrsytlie's InlpIiMe Cra Cirt
243 Commorcfil Street,
(Goo, K. GoodVflM ttowH
SALEjf, : : : : .- OREGON.
U rtrculatMi In SatIm. Uh m4 ClfSt-
SH" tJ1 ta " a4MtMiK te
um. Pa, Xmnm 'Smm Um rwlBfalii
- u. Unlld,3HvwtOii.fr7
The Weekly Capital Jockxal
l a yer.
ii a j i t J ' ill l
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank,
Mix ivot "" inim'jfr
i v f finiioL Aii a) &. If
Scriber -:- and -:- Pohle.
The Mexican Land
CAPITAL STOCK $1,Q00.000.
SHAKES $5.00 EACH. ;
Full raid and Non-Assessable.
FORTY THOUSAND SHARES
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 have acquired an exclusive grant of several million ncres of land
from t,ho Government of Mexico in the state of Tamaullpas, bordered by tho state of
Texas nnu uiouuiroi .Mexico. 11 comprises ncn agricultural
lanus,' immense ioresis 01 vaiuauie iimoer, nna opportunities lorvasi puuiiecincrpriset
in tho development nnd settlement of a territory almost as large as the slnto of Pcniv
HVlXllllll, llll II ml lupillUIIl,ll, II I1I.-II1I11J ,
Tho land offered with tliostock and for which
prove ncholco investment of itself while
prise. Itasca on xno lowest price oi uovcrnmem mnu mum umieu males ino snares
will have a vluo many times greater tlion the prico nt which these forty thousand oro
offered to carry out tho objects of tho Company. Subscription will bo accepted ns fol
lows? 2.rt nor cent. cash, balance tnenunl imvments nt 1'hlrtv. Slxtv and Nlnetvduvs.
Hemit by Draft, Check, Kxpress or Ilcglstered
broker. Prospectus and mil miormation on application.
F. K. MORELAND, Financial Agent,
No. 57 Broadway, New York.
1 il iiimn nwim i nii pgM.".ipi iiiiwi rill
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
"L QNG5 Soil .n CnJWl
"s v u m oi u im r uumv
SOLD AND GUARANTEED I1Y
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State St., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot.
QraduatM Students In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Business, Law,
It to the oideet, Urgwt and taMt expen
sive IattlUiUoa of KHrDbHT wtli-
Sllool op nrt Momtey In jiibr.
84KH1 lor eniawgu to
THUS. VA' BCOV.
M. jVI. MEAD,
TVkf Stwc a SfuMj.
Mhoa on Uw alley. ooMitU Xlato'i Ut!
0' WaWe, Satewi, Or.
A flno line of hacks, buggies, carts, onr
riages, buckbonrds, etc, lloth our own
make and tiro best eastern mado buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on tho undersigned, wagon nnd car
ringa makers nnd blacksmiths, 2SS, 312
nnd 311 Commercial strect,.Snleni.
and Development Co.
grazing and mineral
IIIUMIIUKI VJIlllllllU, llllU lllllHU llllll mil.
negotiable certificates will bolssucd, will
each sharo participates In tho whole enter
Letter, director through nny banker or
Those who have used it "i
dies nro giving satisfaction, nnd it cus
tomer with llronchltlssays It Is tho only
remedy that glvos Instant relief.
Bkuhki.i. a Covku. Dnigglsts,
H,, " the pleasure to Inronn
dVC you that your Preparations are
meeting with largo salos. Wo hear
Nothing but Praise &g"2
Nanscawksj a Co., Druggists,
That it if ill accomplish the end desired
U,. ,jl nnd you not only will not bo
Will without it yourself, 'but will
recommend it to others, us thousands
have done, who have tried everything
else In vain. Money Is no object where
KkVunnd Convince You
tritting sum orotic dollar can purchase,
a remedy that will stand batwevn you
and one of tho most dreaded of huuian
Circulars sent free, containing detailed
Tsjirrpiired only by the AIIIKTINB
MEDICAL CO., Oroville, Oil.
Dr. H. SMITH
Now In pomwfww ot new dweovwy
iiiMlUliieLWliU-ii iiiiHirlr a ioakl muMetlk
Ic, and MM attiMMt liwtanUiiteou en the
snrrnundlne tlwHe of tlw toetli. It Will
no war liuuriouo or uiiiilemenU to Ut
t(. Tiie iiMnuftu4urer or It ohum IMUt
lu equal ha never been kown lieH, and
by aiiplylns It to the MtnelUve or "ore
teeth, t hey can be cleaned and Altod
wttJuMHialn. Holl Ummo that wast all
kinds of dental work done without rm4n.
would leur call on Ir- il. Mwlth
axtwetad tot 80 eenla.
Tlie Standard Cwiijiiiiiuii Fence!
He. 260 CM)rehJ St
AH Sijk i( Pwm Miie to Onto
ON SHORT NOTTIOIB.
Their UnMntss toonilng. m
Probably no 0110 thing bits caused
such a eeneral revival of tnulo nt
Dr. II. V. Cox's drug store as tholr
giving away to thoir customers of so
ninny free trial bottles of Dr. KIng
New Discovery for Couuuuptiou.
Their trade is simply enormous in
this very valuablo artick' from the
fact that it alwavs cures anil never
disappoints. Coughs, Col.ls, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Croup, andnll threat
and lung diseases ffulcRly cured.
You can te.-l it before buying bv
getting a trial bottlo free, large size
C1. Every bottle warranted.
The lloaj Ho.ilthw.-ml .Made HaMer.
You lie been 111, wo will MippiMe, nnd
nre comnleM-ing slowly. That Is, you are
trying to pick up a little lleh, to rival n
someofjour minted color, to accustom
your stomach to inoro solid nutriment
than Its recently enfeebled condition per
mit u?d you to take. How can jon mwl
oraloyour muiII's puce henlthward? Wo
aro warranted by concurrent tootlmony in
nlllrmlnir, that If you will u.o twice or
thricouday lloMettcr's Siomach Miters,
nn enabling medicine of long ascertained
purity and tonic virtues, you will bo
materially aided. It promote n How of
iiiigiiiricjuices,aim helps too system ui
assimilate tho nourishment of which It
stands oo much in need. It remedies n
tendency to constitution without con
vulsing the bowels. The liver Itstlinulatm
to returned activity, safely promotes the
action of the kidneys and bladder, and
annihilates malaria and rheumatism at
You are fiolinjr depressed, your
appetitols poor, you are bothered
with Headache, you are lldgetty,
nervous, and generally out of sorts,
and want to brace up. Jlrace up,
but not with stimulants, spring,
medicines, or bitters, which have
for their basis very cheap, bad
whisky, and which "stimulate you
for tin hour, and then leave you in
worse condition than before. What
you want is an nltoratio that will
purify your blood, start healthy
action of Liver and Kidneys, restore
your vitality and give renewed
health ami strength. Such u
medicine you will lind in Electric
Hitters, and only fit) cents a bottlo at
Dr. II. V. Cox's drug store.
A Choice Imcstmcnt.
The Mexican Land and Develop
ment Company, of No. C7 Broad,
way, Now York, htivo aequirod a
grant of vniblie land in tho state; of
TninnulipiiH, Mexico, covering sev
eral million acres. It covers the
most fertile H'ction of laud on the
Continent, with a .soil so rich and n
climate so perfect that three crops of
bomo cereals are produced in one
year. Its forests aro also ImniiHsablo
With the growth of rare and vultui
bli) woods. The standing timber
alono more than warrants tho cani-
tlli.ation of the companv controlling
the grant, yot in value It represents
but a fraction of the worth of tho
millions of acres inexhaustible In
fertility nnd productiveness. A
limited nmount of tho Company's
stock is ottered for sale at & per
share. With each share Is given a
ccrtillcato which entitles tho holder
toillvo acres of land free. Fee (!
tlio Capital Joun-
Whcn Baby w&a sick,
Wa garo her Cutorla.
.When aha waa a Child,
She cried for Caitorla.
When the became MlM, (
Sho clung to Caitorla.
When the had Children,
She gare them Caitorla.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
l'rew fl to t per d?
8.Lil, . . OUKU S.
, i hi mine, i m i -
A. K, STRANG,
.No. am Oowroeretal teireai.
salum, - - oiiieacfK.
. VHALUH IS
11ttmMi& Gai id Sltaa Fiititf.
Tinware and Arttotlc Motal Work
'.&" AfK&t RlCIIAKIJrMJN
lerjTjrroiTfvMl'AXYtl Karoa. ;
Following is the list of letters re
maining In tho txwtoftlee, at Salem,
Oregon, August 2'2, 18SS. Parties cull
ing for them will please pay "nil
All letters published as non-tle-
llvered will bo charged with one
cent in addition to tho regular
llamot K T llallot Mrs Lett
Horry Mrs Dora llishop Chas
llutterlleld Capt. lloylesllarrv
MG Drown Mrs i
Ducluinan AV Q
Chit wood Mr Connor AVlll II
Dial Mrs Mary 12 Dotennorlng G 12
Klry MNs Maudo
Ftirhes L .1
Gotzniu Mrs Jose
J onion II F
Littler J C
Hedges James J
Johnson Miss An-
Meek Mrs SM,
Morgan Mrs Marv Morris Charles1
Morris Mrs Lizzie MeKinnon MU-h-
Neal V 1'
Olander 12 1,
Uyau T It
Simpson C II
Teller M A
Shelton Matt J
Whit look M iss
II. Onni.L, 1'. M.
NotXlKMO IhiiliiiMf PerHinm.
Tho t-y men had ocouplod tho
same soat IV a railway coach for half
a day and tl train had reached Its
"I am indolAod to you, ulr, for an
aj?rctblc conversation that Iiuh
rolloved greatly tho monotony of a
long journoy. M"y I ask your
"Certainly. My nanioln Sullivan."
(.loconeiy.) "Not Mr. Sullivan of
"Yen, I roMliloin Ronton."
(iriiughtlly.x "No, Hir! I am a
"Reg jmnlan. Ronnlt. mo to in
troduce myself. My nnnio in Crow
Icy." (Smilingly.) "Not Mr. Crowley of
New York V"
"Yes. Now York 1h my home."
"Wiiutl Not .
(Hotly.) "No, Hir, I tun tho'nroMl-
ilf.iif nt ii Imnlr ulr"
fCoIdlv.l "Oood-dav. Hir!"
(Frigidly.) "Oood-day !" Chicago
I I II7III1U.
Having sold my olllcoand practice
to lit, J. T. Mason I cordially ro
comniund hiin to my patrons mid
tho public lu general. I shall remain
at tho olllco with tho Dr. for, n few
weeks. l)n, J. C. liviin.
I have sold my Pliotograjih Gal
lery and entire interest in tho photo
graph business to M. K. Sporry, -of
Ohio.. All norsoiiB who owo'inofor
nfufurt-H, will iilvtKM call nt tho gaU
itry uun soiuu wuuin sixty (lays
front date. All unsettled accounlH
after that dato, will bo placed In an
attorneys hands, for collection.
W, 1'. Johnson.
8am:m, Or., Aug. 13, 88.
A prominent physician calls tho
Wiw "an elegant dUtMiiplimtor of
dlsonwj." JU'Niys, "fovcr Is spread
by H, ho nro lung (IIsohaoh." IIh
iimlnlaliiH that if the kMng oiim
toin wore driven nut of tho laud "It
would HHVoono-tenth of one per cent,
of human HveM," which aro now
sacrificed. Out m tho gnarled
and wtplaHH vanaliond ! Kvlduntly
kUwoa are not for such us he and the
old fox wtVM, the grapeM are wjur.
IaiI lilm devote himself to making
our women healthy and blooming
that kbiMw nmy lie kl-. 'J'liin enu
min-iy ii done ny vr. I'lttroe's
fKvoiite Prescription which Is
HWarieitl III IU Of left, tl)H)li Mil
fllMuaui MMiillur to fenwlti. After
Uklng It there will lie no more Ir
rtmtilftiily, no more Iwekuclie, no
morenervpiw proetmtion, no more
KiHwml (lel'lllty. All druggittU.
To neMulate the StonuwJh. Liver
and Jlnweta, Dr. l'Jeree'8 1'elletM
excel, lift cenUa viol; one a iUnm.
firrir A Ce.
Aro puoJiliig tiMl with their
wukiiim WHtfyy. 'Hidr aliow win
down itra rerUkxl wvery dty with
etiok frulU hihI vejjeUbliw, and
Uwtr timk T iiiml grworiw k
alwtgw kept itlkil up.
for The C'i
ltlitlnc'it Work la tlio CiuopiilRii.
Nkw Yokic, Aujr. 1S2. Tlio Sun's
Augusta special says lilnlno '"
start on his trnnseontrnontnl stumii
lug tour one week afhjr tha Maine
election. Ho has no iletnlUM nlans
of tho camnaign and will make
none. Ho places himself unre
servedly In the handsof Wio National
Coipinlttee. If he goes to the far
Wttit or California it will be during
the last week of tho canvass, so that
the time spent In ro'urnlng will not
bo taken out of tho oainpalgn.
Walker lilnlno accompanies him.
His speeches, with perhaps one
exception, will be short. Ho does
not fed able to undergo the severe
strain of a long series of two hour
stump speeches. Knur yours ago,
owing to tlio great, number of out
door speeches ho delivered, ho over
taxed his voice somewhat and must,
ho says, bo careful of It now.
Tlio ltunlyii Mini- 1'ronlili".
Ki,i,i:xsmir.n, W. T., Aug.
All quiet nt lloslyn to-day.
guards and tho miners are. resting
on their anus. Thi'io Is a Htrong
feeling against tho guards, and a
report is current that an oil'orl will
bo mado on the part of tho miners to
clean them out. Tho prejudice
against the guards seems greater
than ngalnst tho Imported negroes,
l'robably an attempt will bo made
to put the negroes to work on the
1st of September. Tho minors re
main on tho ground nnd will not
interfere with the company' wprks
until the negroes aro put to work.
lllchard C. Harris, wholewilo, pa
per dealer, of Now York, has failed.
Thoellbrl made to start a strong
domocratlo dally In Seattle has drop
Tho llerghotr brewery, at Fort
Wayne, I ml., was burned yester
day. Loss $1,00,000.
At Heading, l'a., tho Sehuyklll Is
20 feet above tho ordinary stage;
tlio highest point reached since 1801).
Tho number of deaths resulting
from tlio steamboat collision In San
Francisco harbor Is estimated at
lilalnu bus prepared an article on
protection, for publication In the
American Magazlnp. It Is said to
be powerful ludefeuse of Ihesystem.
Senator JCdmuuds says he wishes
tlio hiii'cchs of Harrison and Morton;
but (in account of physical lncouie
toncy will be unable to make
Arthur W. Dickons, u nupiiosed
nephew of Chas. Dickens, shot him
self yesterday In Los Angolos and
was found dead hi hlu room. Ho
was r() years old, aliA wuh eiiiployetl'
as billiard marker.
tints Dull and I,uw; Wlicat Very
eoumxlnx; IImIs ami Woul
Kalilm, August at. In addition
to what apjieared lu thMw ooliiinns
yesterday, M r. W.J. llerrun oblige
us with the followliik. Outs are
very dull, tho duuiaiid not mwirly
tHjiiullug the wijijily. ('onsldurublt
winter wheutthut wm hurt by frot
wnm replwd by onU, tlitw largely
Iucrwuliig the tiatml aronge. Out
tilde of the ttUle, Hull Kruticleco U
the only cu(4iiiier of luiortMiiee.
In California only driving lionteH
are feil ohU; for huMVy' teMiiui Imr
ly U iiirtsl. Very few i)it mw aeut
eL The priee aUnds it 2ft oeutt
ier hiudiel. The whrnt tiutrket In
firm with Mil mlvnnelUK tendency
owing to ICuroiA-Hii dvlco whiult
iudlentct h shorUtge In eropn, ami
notepeeulMtlou, m the ewtue of the
rle. The price luw gune to Hfl cenU.
Hoiw ahow h llttla Mter price prtM
imt m oniM In 1Cu1hiu1 Mm not
liowlug any luiprowttwiit, Mnd the
MdYHiieu lu New York m Imwh fully
UHtliiteiiiuNl. Wool k I1rm hiuI
iiMrvlitif upwiird, If ny elutugo In