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OR., FRIDAY, SKPTEIVIBER 14, 1SSS.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY
Capital Taid up,
- - 75,000
- - 10,000
U. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, ,- - Cashier.
V. T. Gray, "W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. "Wallace.
Dr V. A.Cuslck. J. II. Albert,
T. McF. l'ntton.
To tinners on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In private erannrlcsor
State and County Warrants Bought at Tar.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Hnn
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llerlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
First National Bank
VM. N. LADUE, -PK.
JOHN MOIR, - -
- - President.
- - Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
lnited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property at
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained nt the bank in
most reliable companies.
Importers and Dealers In;
'General Agents for Oregon of
B. Forsytes IbWIMb'-'Cow Cure.
- . ii
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SAIEM, .: :. i": : OREGON.
filXPRESS -WAGON, QUICK ANPSAFB
111 delUery. Win. Rennielmvlng bought
the axpresd buMne. of Walter Lowe, Is
prepared to deliver trtinks, vnlhwa, pack
ueen, and any thing elso that lie ran get In
his wagon to any part of the olty, quicker,
safer, better, and neater, than It can b
done by any body else. Leave orders nt
M In to"s stable.
Fire ana ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - Halem, Oregon.
A. per year. Independent. The Army.
M dreulatedln Marlon, Linn and Clook
atnoi ceunties: has been established eight
yars and It an excellent adrertMac me
dium. For terms address the paMwiir
U. O. Guild, ailverton. Or.
f HAVE 0RDBR8 AT USCBJUV
i-1 ery gtabta, eornor of 8UW and Front
stftXW.oron siateat eHTw&tteadC
MnUi. streets. ITetnpt attention and
Cr.Beed. w. BBSB0S
rnoF. Ii DIAMOND,
And deafer In all kind of Uiutaal Inlra
nwou. Office. 3M (XmuMrrtal Hn. ilo
" 'kuoeou sold on ib tastaJmeut plan.
i n 'ii T j lTi l
Hie uijiiuu iiauumu Dcuik
iWlW 7 h A 1 A All
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
Ky iAiyTvS fcaSL VHY
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"O AVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which docs not get better? Have j on nn ot
Ii cesle secietlon of mucus matter in the nasal passages? Arc j on troubled by
haw king, spitting, weak and Inflamed ej es, frequent soreness of tho throat, ringing or
roaring in the ears, more or less impairment of the hearing, loss.of smell, memory Im
paired, dullness or dlninessof the head, drynessor heat of tho nose? Have on lost nil
senso of smell? Is your breath foul? If so, you luivo tho Catarrh. Home ha o all theso
symptoms, others only n part. '
Restores the sensg of taste nnd smell, remm es bad taste and unpleasant brcnth, result
ing from Catarrh, Kniy nnd pleasant to use. Follow directions and a euro Is guaran
teed by n. W. MATTHEWS i Co.
mTypTV rTTATr.TQ T. niMflV nfX'pu-
l)l.mn- nn.l Unnin TnanmiiiH) (ViltiltilllV nt
troubled with Chronic Catarrh for twenty yenrs. A friend in Woodland, Cnl., recom
mended your California CAT-R-CURE. I procurded ajar, having but little faith In Its
curative properties; bntl must say, after using threo Jars, I am cured ortlmt disgusting
disease, Inclosed nnd Jo for which sond me California CAT-R-CURE for some friends,
who are. sufferers,"
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 StateSt., Salem:, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot.
TEI ACRE FIT FA-RMS!
Tl OREfiOff .
luht purohised 0S7 nert. situated
n, w hlch they w HI Immediately plat
' "Ven A.cre Lotfe.
This land lios been carefully selected with eapvolul refereneW. to It adaptaLlllty to
fruit raising and desirability for nwldenee purposes, and,
Each Lot will Front on a Good Road and Have a Good Front Fence,
August t enty-ix ten oore fruit lou, and some of the same lots have already
Been re-sold at a HANDSOME ADVANCE IN PRICE.
There are many perwrns In Halem who eoald huy one of he lot and pay tor It I
without lneoneelw. In 6uA any person reaving jven a small sftUry n wy one
oftht loU by making a small h Iwyinent. and pacing the mnaludM-ln mhiI
annual iBitallinenU, and by pmetMnil lfltl eeOBomy a slwrt tlm be the oirwr
of u property w hlelJ ean Im. made (whn t to freiu to produee
As Large an Income as is Obtained from 100 Acres of Grain Land'
TttevalHenf the kl not dpwIBt
HPOM what th' will actually produce now,
If Xm are Thinking
nsMtiilllaMtlMMM. if yo Imt
W4a bttfttro lux ottftZ-
If Ym Want to Save
And at lb um llm wait llrtii luvwtHMBl buy on of thM loteoatlx
iBMaUsacat ptou. '
Land Shown Kree of Charge.
A fine line of hacks, buggies, carts, car
riages, buckboards, etc both our own
iimko and the best eastern mado buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on the uuderslgncd, wagon nnd car
rlaco mnkcrtand blacksmiths, 5N 812
and 3U Comurarcinl street,!Salem.
Vnrlr fMtw fnmiprlv mwplnl nmnt r
: of the
Rnil KnillPlSPO. Hill.. RllVS' I llll O llfCl!
illlo- i .
vr ' '
from thrWtp fours and oiip-liaif iiillwwt
ium'Murr4nd Well In-. J
upon any nrtie4vr boom, butdeiieods
and what thai jmxlHM wr(l how brine In
ef Securing a Hwie '
iwmr to IftvMt to sot (kit 10 Iwtk m lbM
a Fart of Ywir Earnings
Buklta'i Antes Sslro.
Tho best salvo In tho world foi
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, saltrhcuin,
fever sores, tetter, chapped bauds
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. Prico 25 cents per box.
For salo u- Dr. H. W. Cox.
As Abnlnte Care.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIETJN,
OINTJIENT Is only put up In large
two-ouneo tilt boxes, and is uu
abMilute euro for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, ami all
dsiii eruptions. "Will positively
eti re all kinds of plies. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIETLNE OINl
MENT. Kolu byD.W. Matthews
& Co., 10G Stato street, Salem, tt 25
.wits jiur box by mall 80 cents.
Men's snd Moiufn's Itonrs,
Joints and muscle may escape tho agonlr
ing lortutvs of rheumatism if tlioy will
but "take time by tho forelock," and anni
hilate the smptoms ot oncoming trouble
with the benignant and hlghl) sanctioned
blood depurent and nltemthe, Hostofter's
Stomach Hitters, l'olhons mostlj ciuistl
tuto theordtnao means of battling with
this atrocious complaint. A old tho risk
of using these b resorting to tho Mifoas
well as clleotual antl-phloilstic nnd pie
entle. Aflerexposuro todamp, through
drafts and other causes w hlch encourage n
rheumatic tendencj , u wlneglassrul pf tho
Hitters presents 111 ettocls. o surer pn
MMithpof lniilnrlal allmuutsllke fosor and
ague, bilious remittent, dumb ague and
ague cuke exists anil It Is, besides, u most
genial recuperator of strength exhausted
by ecesslo menial or pli slcal ellort.
At liters, mariners, oporatlM-s nnd others
whose avocations lnvolo laborious work
In rough weather out of doors, or close nl
pllcatiou Indoors, find It lnalunblo.
.She Sprrail Herself.
Mr. .1. 1. Stowell told us n few
days since of the most extensive
hutch w e havo lieaul of during tho
parent season. A lien lelonglng
to AV. T. Eakin niiido her nest in
jv mow of now hay some weeks since
and after a lanio number of eggs
had been deposited by herself
and others she proceeded to
"set" In duo and ancient form.
After the returned tlmo Mr,
Eakin took from the nest 41 nice
lively chicks and fissures Mr. Sto
well that tho hen had no assistant
unless tho warmth of tho curing hay
had acted as an Incubator. Tn this
country such stories can readily bo
behoved, but in the east they rank
as Pacific coast lies. Eugene Regis
NOW IS THE ACCEPTED TIME.
Dr. James l'ros'ser, the eminent
specialist, will remain in Salem only
u few more weeks. About Outober
1st ho will return to his olllco in Han
Francisco. ALL YE AFFLICTED
tnko advantage of tho opportunity
to consult him whllo here. Cures
all chronic female diseases, blood
and skin diseases, nervous and prl
vato dlseasesof both sexes, last man
hood, general debility, etc. Cures
guaranteed. Mint eases can receive
horiiuptreatment nfter a visit to the
doctor's olllco. Olllco at 3SM) Lllwrty
street, Salem, Oregon. After Octo
ber 1st, address W McAllister street,
' Examination anil consultation
BIIIS W1I.I. UK RWKIVKI) Ul" TO
Hentvinlwraitli for IhusiuiitruiitJoiKir
a pile bridge iiunsMHIUil&k hi IIih north
tnd of Cominerelal street ucssirdlng tolhe
plans and seclluallons on Jlle with the
.The rlitht Is n-wrHt to reject hii and
I all bills. (J.kkI bonds will be rouiilivil
MOW T C HICAW.
I ouniy J nuge.
A Now VoHtmiMtn- for )rKiu Oil).
AVashixoixin, Sept. i:t. Tho
president to-day appointed E. O.
Kelly postmaster of Oregon City,
WmiMlrtinpti lu Colin. II.
Sachamkxto, Sent. 13. The
wool-growers, of the stato wore- in
session hero to-day, and appointed a
committee topetltlou tho legislature
to nbullsh tho law allowing each
county to Impose a lltviwo tax on
sheep pasturing in the county. All
present with the exception of two
are opposed to tho Mills bill.
Loxnox, Sept. 1-. A dispatch
from Afghanistan says: Thonmoor's
troops will attack Ishak Khan tin
three sides. Sepentte corps tiro ad
vancing from lladakashan, Cabul
and West Turklstan. There are
continuous skirmishes between the
out-posts. Ishak Khan Is concen
trating his forces near llarbek. A
decisive battle is imminent.
siilt'rlu for Attention.
Washington, Sept. 1!1. Miss
Clam llarton received this morning
from Colonel Southnmld, who left
Now Orleans Tuesday with eighteen
nurses, the following telegram,
dated Ualdwln, Flerida: "Left ten
nurses at McClenny. Have wlied
New Orleans for doctors. People
aro dying at McClenny for need of
attention. The country around Is
panic stricken. Tho situation Is
very sad. Much in need."
II hi l'ri'xlili'iit C.iiit.iiiiph.llui; u Tilp.
WAHiiiMruiN, Sept. III. Presi
dent! Cleveland is contemplating a
trip by water from llutlalo up
through tho Detroit river, LakoSt.
Clair, the St. Clair rlvur, Lake
Huron and St. Mary's river to Sault
Ste. Marie. No details of tho
Journey havo yet boon arranged,
but It Is understood that Postmaster
General Dickinson Is negotiating
for tho use of it tine steam yacht
owned In Toledo, but formerly the
property of a prominent citiou of
CoMJMliUH, Ohio, Sept. l.'l. The
O. A. It. cncttinpnient was addressed
by General Ueiijaiiiln Harrison
yesterday in an cllectlvo speech.
Hon. AVm. Warner, of Missouri, Is
chosen commander In chief for tho
ensuing year. Ho served In the
33d and 31th Wljcouslu regiments.
Resolved, That this encampment
favors tho presentation to congress
of aiilll M'hlch shall glvo to every
soldier or sailor, who served tho
United States In-tween April. 1801,
and July, 1805, for a period or sixty
days or more, a service j)eusIon of
18 a month, ami those whoso Mirvico
exceeded 800 days tin additiotial
jienslon of 1 oont pur month for
service In excew of that jMirlod. .
You cannot ail'ord to waste tlmo
in oxiKirlmeutliig when your lungs
are In rinnuur. Cinisiitiihtlon hIwiivh
seems, at llrst. only 11 cold. Do not
permit any dealer 10 mioso uoii
you witli homo ciieap liiiiiiiiion or
Dr. KIiiif'sNowDiseovurv for Con
sumption, Coughs, and Colds, but
be sure you get thegeuiiine. liecauso
110 will iiiiiko morn prom 110 may
tell you he has something just as
good, or just the same. Don't Ihj de
ceived, but IiihISI Upon getting Dr.
KIiIk'h Now Discovery, which .Is
guaranteed to glvo relief In all
Throat. Ltimrand Chest afleetloiiH.
Trial Ixittlo free tit II. W. Cox's
drugstore. Largo bottles f I.
A Ntnrl I'rtdad rClirralt
It is only found In Ilutto ootiuty,
California, and In no other part of
tho world. We refer to the treo that
product tho healing wnl penetrat
ing gum usttl lu that pletiMint and
ellt-etlve i-tire for eoustmiptloii,
asthma, bronchitis, and coul'Iih,
SANTA AHIK. the King of Con
sutnntlon. I). v. MatthowH A Co.,
111 Ht-ite St., Salem, guarante and
sells It for $1 u little, or threo for
f2.W. Uy the UMHifCAMKOHKIA
(AT-Il-iJL'ltK, all syinptoms of
catarrh are dandled, anil the ills
hhwsI nasal pawge Is siwodily ro
stored to h huulthy eonditlou, H a
package. Iljr mall, $1.10. Circulars
ftrrir A r.
I Are Hhlp4ug out fruit by thu our
1 ImI, but tlwlr own store Is always
wnu-tUe with thtt Ixwt varlotlas.
In fruit, etfUbkti, gr.Mrien and
I pp'isl"ns they are mIhsjs lu U10
1 lead . I
Oov. Hill speaks for Cleveland.
In Georgia tho Hoods havo done
Kx-Gov..l. C. Ktlwardsa California
pioneer died at Stockton on the 13th.
Ooldenson, tho girl murderer, was
in all probability hung to-day, In
The house of representatives has
passed a bill amending tho Inter
Full returns fioin Maine glvo the
republican pluralty fit IS, l!V, and a
George Law, millionaire, gave
Mayor Hewitt, of New York, ?1L',
000 for tho relief of the yellow fever
sullorers In the South.
Gen. llanison attended tho re
union of his old regiment yesterday
and was again elected president of
Tho yellow fever Is still raging at
Jacksonville, l'Ma. Nurses aro lu
gteat demand and are coming lu
from both north ami south.
Pensylvania Is reported as being
allllctcd with another tuirlble storm
destructive to life and property.
Hotter come whore no such troubles
Osinou Johnson, a weathy man of
Modesto, California, Is found guilty
ofre-uslng postage stamps. Moral,
buy new ones, they cost only two
New York papers have a sensa
tional and Improbable story, that
Indians are starving to death lu tho
north-west, and are eating their
Olsen and Drager, the two men
convicted of the murder of John
Lowell, are liable to escape. Myers
since his conviction confesses that
ho did the killing without the
knowledge or consent of tho other
tw'omeuaud that they aro Innocent.
IIKI KSTVTK NW.KS.
The following deeds wore recorded
In tho olllco of the county recorder
during tho past week:
Joel Sautlfonl ami wife to If. I).
Ostcrhoudt, 10 acres In sec. 13, 1 0 s r
Mary J, Kel.ur to llerlha K.
Kel.cr, all her Interest lu fWl.fi acres
hid. 1. c. of John 11. JColor; $100.
Norman Ituck ami wife to Amos
K. lUivans, iifl acres In t o s r 1 w;
J. O'Donald and wife to Ellen
Ilagley, part of lots ft and 0 lu block
tl In Salem; ir00.
Thos. Howe and wife to 1. 13. and
M. 11. Moshor, 1 acre In d. 1. c. of
John Halter, I7r.1w; $1MX).
Adrian La ChaiMtllu to Prosper Lit
ChajHiIlo, 3 aeritH In 1 6 h r 12 wj lovo
ami aflcotlon, etc.
Ira Itumbo to Jamutt W. Morrow,
lot 7 lu block 1 1, North Salem; $110.
ICIlalsjth Joseph to Terence Me-
Gulre, !). acres In tl. I. 0. of J. C.
Capllnger, In 1 7 m r 2 w; ?l KK).
Chas. Jory idi'd wifo tn Mary C.
Jory, lot 0 In block H lu s. -w. addl
tlon to Halem; f 100.
J. K. Mead of al. to W. J. Hum
phreys, part of lot fi lu blook JW,
Kdinmid DupViis and wifo to
Gervals Public null Assoclathin, lot
8 lu blook 3 1, nervals; $7o.
P. H. Knight antl wifo to Chas.
Plgler, lots 1(5, 10, 17, and 18, lu
block 1, Knight's addition toHulom;
Vandal! heirs to Lulu Herreii, lot
I). C. Remington to Lawrence
Welland 8 acres of land In t fi s r I
w;$O0. (IJonil for deed.)
Oregon Land Company to W. K.
Klmher, lots 1A, 10, 17, 18, 10, SO, 21,
lu Capital City Krult I'nrmj IUflO.
Oregon Land Comiwiny to Andrew
Conklln, lot 3 of Capital City Fruit
Farm; $600. 'Jtond for iletsl.)
J. C. PeoblMH mid wifo to J. M.
Peebles, (V, nun lu 1 8 s r 3 w; fofto.
One result of the owuiMilgii ex
alternant la that ox-Senator Jouett
has turntMl his thoughts from his
olslurate Detroit elwrnwr to ihiIUIck
and has made a sjKtfoh. Jones Is a
goMl fellow, wid If the deniocrati
party saves him It's the best It 1 an
do lu this campaign.