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SALEM, OR., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IT, 1SSS.
ESTABLISHED, BT NATIONAL AUTHORITY
TIic Capital Nalioual Bank
Capital Paid np, - - - 75,000
Surplus, .------ 10,000
It. S. WALLACE, - President,
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, I- - - Cashier.
W.T.Gray, W. W. Mnrtln
J.M.Martin, It. S. "Wallace,
Dr. W. A.Cusick. v J. H. Albert,
p. McF. l'atton.
To farmers on wheat and other market-
al)16 produco, consigned or in store,
10 proauco, consigned or in st
either In privato granaricsor
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. , Drafts
drawn direct on New' York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
First National Bank
WM. N. LADUE. -DR.
JOHN MOIR, -
Exchange- on Portland, Ban Francisco,
New York, London and lfong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
initcd to dcjxwlt tmd transact business
with us. Liberal ndvances inado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se
curity can be obtained nt the bank in
most reliable companion.!
Importers and Dealers in;
General Agents for Oregon of"
"W. B. ForsylheV Infallible Corn 'Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E, Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
f XrilESS WAGON JIUICK AND BA FE
Jj delivery. AViii.Rennlo having bought
the express business of Walter Lowe, Is
Prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
ages, and any thing else that he can get In
his wagon to any part of the city, quicker,
safer, better, and neater, than It can be
done by any body 4e. lAava. order at
Fire and Ma
rine. J08. ALUKRT, Agent, - Balem, Oregon.
A l'PEAL.BILVEHTON, WKKKLY, ILK)
f. per year. Independent. TheAri'EAL
circulated In Marios, Linn and CUek-
uuh counties; nai been ettinmunea etgni
years and Is an excellent advertising me-
cuum. For terms address the publisher
H. Q. Qulld, Bflverton, OrT
LEAVB 0RDKH8 AT I4ANCW8 TSV
ry Stable, eonw oC 6tu and VgnX
iiljc ee sJate at earBerSUtaaad Oaa
wrtal street. Prompt aUeutloa awl
MflP. IL DIAMOND,
Aaf .leaier is all kinds of MMdod Iastnt-(
UMsee. 3m CtMaavernsa sums, ib-
nnutttu koM oa tbe instalment plan.
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
Scriber -:- and
J$ I SENSES THilOAl fi&
Sendf"- Circular. ttr WtJ fcr9,.
)AB!E TINE MEDbco.QRQViLLt, cal:
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
0. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State ST., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot.
TI fflE FRUIT IMS!
Fine Location ! ; '
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- vrw j is u aa. w
' 'i"- Easy Tent!!!
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TIE 01! M ON
I las 111 it punjhtwd A3? acre, situated from three to four and one-half miles east
of Salem, whloh tbey will Immediately plat and survey and sell in
Ten, -Acre Lots; ;;:,:
This land has
earaftillv selected with
fruit raising and d
rablllty for reeldenee purposes, and
Each Lot will Front on a Good Road
The time tor the reefalepU of Saleiu to buy ten acre of eltofaM land near the city
very cheap VtJl socage pat- The ORROON LAND COMPANY alone sold durtH
Aucuet twenty-sir ten awe froltloU, and some of the Mune lots hATBalreedy
Been re-sold at a HANDSOME ADVANCE IN PRICE.
There are many
petvoos la Salem who
irtx la tket any perMMi
trti tmut Inenavenlenea.
oftitese lots by maklnc a small cneu nayaaeni, ana mriBgine remainaerm semi-
-i... ij. ... uuirinv b Kmall HHAii nsirmiMil
'...i iim.ni. .mi by nrm.aUMBii a lfule
of a property whleli oan be wade (when set to fruit) to jwdue
As Large an Income as is OWiined from 100 Acres of Grain Land.
The value of tbese tow Is not dependent upon any F . bt tP0?
PM wbai tby vfll aetoally prodBee now, and what inat pfodaet will nuw brio- In
If You are Uiinkiig flf Securing a Hone
De t MI to se these tot.
isla Iji-fAfus liB V4sSamtAtL0T
If Yft Wail to Saw a
And at the same Usae make a nwtefciti
Land Shown Free of Charge.
A lino line of hacks, buggies, carts car
riages, buckboards, etc. Both our own
make and tho best eastern mado buggle.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on tho undersigned, wagon! and car
rtaeo makers and blacksmiths, 2SSV, S12
and Bll Commercial stroet.'Salcm.
Land of Discoveries,
Those who have used it "r$!!
dies aro gli'lng satisfaction, and a cus
tomer wit h Bronchitis says It la tho only
remeuy uiiii-kivcs iuhuiiu reuui. ,
HRBitKi.i, .t Covku, Druggists,
H,. the pleasuro to inform
dvo you that your Preparations arc
meeting with largo sales. Wo hear
Nothing but Praise &
Namscawkn .t Co., Druggists,
That It will accomplish tho end desired
in allaffcctlonsoftlioTliroatatid Lungs
U ...Ml and you not only will not bo
It Will without it youiolf, but will
recommend It to others, us thousands
linVo done, who liavo tried everything
olt-o In alii. Money Is no object where
laTali'ce.Vi'ut.1!? Convince You
trilling sum of one dollar ran purchase
u remedy that will Maud between you
and ono of tho most dreaded of human
Circulars sent free, containing detailed
Is prepared only by tho ABIETINE
MEDICAL CO., Orovillo, Cal.
espeetal reerejiee toJU adaptability to
and Have a Good Front Fence,
eould buy one of these tots and pay for It
meel vliw even a small salary can buy one
oconoinv StT a short time be the owner
mi n , " j ; ;
If yen have raaneyto taveet d BHt teloskat tbese
Part of Your
Investment bay one of these lots on the
Bntklm's Aralca Stlre.
Tho bost salvo in tho world foi
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, snltrhouin,'
fovcr sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per bos.
For salo v- Dr. H. W. Cox.
A AWlute Curt.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIETINl!.
OINTMENT is only put up in largo
two-ounce lin boxes, and is au
absolute euro for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Bold byD.W. Matthews
& Co., 100 State street, Salem, at 25
cents per box by moil 80 couta.
A WORTHY ENTERPRISE.
On May 1st, last, about four months ago,
Pr. Gilbert opened an otllco and sanitarium
In tho bmk block, Salem, mid advertised
to treat chronic diseases on scientific
principles. Slnco that tlmo his practice
has been steadily Increasing so much so
that ho wns obliged to secure more room
and increasing facilities, and now finding
himself unable to attend to his numerous
patients, ho has entered I Into partnership
with Dr. M. W. Wcmp, of Detroit, Michi
gan, a physician and surgeon of largo ex
perience, thoroughly; competent, lunil a
specialist In disease of the eye, ear, throat
and nasal cavities who ;has; como Wth
his famUylto make1 his homaln; Halom.
Tho now firm will bo known as Dis. Gll
liortA Wcmp and' will occupy tho com
modious rooms ill the bunk block, for
otllco and sanitarium, and will conduct
their business under tho naine;and';stylo
of Tho Oregon Medical and Surgical Institute. It Is
tholr Intention to spare neither pains nor
expense inthelr cflbrts to initko this tho
most complete Institution, for tho treat
ment of all forms of diseases, csicclnlly
chronic. In tho northwest.
Medicated vaiwr baths, electro-magnet
ism, oxygon and massago, togctbor with
all modern nud scientific appliances for
tho thorough cm o of disease, will bo used,
Examinations Mill bo free, anil charges
strictly modcrato, Addresd Drs. Qllbort
& Wcmp, Hank block, orpostolllco box 170,
Mr. N. II. FrohllchHteln, Ala.,
writes . I tako great pleasure in
recuinmondluK Dr. Kinir'H New Dis
covery for Consuinntton. havliiK
used it for n sovcro attack of bron
chitis and Catarrh. Itavo mo in
stant relief and entirely cured mo
and I have not been allllcted since.
I also bei to stato that I had tried
other remedies with no irood result.
Have also used Electric Hitters and
Dr. King's Now Life pills, both of
which I can recommend.
Dr. King's Nov Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds, Is
sold on a positive guarantee.
Trial bottles freo at Dr. H. W.
Cox's Drug Store.
5 I'srnr Co,
Aro'sliipplng out fruit by tho car
load, out tholr own store is always
attractive with the host varieties.
In fruit, vogetablcst-groceries and
provisions Ifioy aro always in tho
WILL UK IlKL'KIVKIl Ul' TO
September 301 h fur the oormtruetlon of
a nlle brldmi across Mill oreek at the north
end of JXiniiitireiMl lreet uoeardliNfstO tlH
ana miiioHiijn tm-ni wun
nd upbeiiiflHiioiuf 6n-)i if uii th
a right Is
reserved to rejeet any and
Good bond will lie reoulmi.
T C. 8IIAW.
Land near Independence produces
500 bushels of onions per acre.
The Oregon Paoltloeoinpany lately
purchased two new steamers in Now
Tho idea of extending tho AVost
Stdo road to Junction City Is being
There is talk of another Homing
mill for Klamath county soon, to bo
built at or near Keno.
Assessor Lewis reported an in
crease in Josephine county's taxable
property for 18SS of over f 100,000.
Jim West full, tho Chlneso con
tractor, has gone to San Francisco
to secure BOO Chinese laborers to work
on tho Oregon Pnclue.
President Stanley will have tho
Observer olueo, at Monmouth, re
modeled for a dining hall. Tt can bo
arranged so as to seat nearly 100
Spuds are in tho market In largo
quantities, at bottom prices. They
can bo bought readily at !!() cents per
sack, and in ninny Instances can ho
Joint M. Simpson, residing four
miles south of lltllsboro, threshed
1800 bushels of New Zealand oats
from 15 acres. Ono Held of 6S2 acres
averaged 70 bushels to tho acre
Independent. A good sized watermelon sells
readily In this market for 50 cents.
No wonder somo of our gardeners
aro opposed to tho construction of a
railroad through this country.
Agent Emery, of tho Klamath
Indian reservation, calls for bids for
tho contract to supply tho agency
with (W.OOO pounds of beef, 71,000
pounds of Hour, and "0,000 pounds
of oats. Rids will bo received up to
noon, Sept. 18th.
Tho two ilsh canneries in this
county will pay out this year, for
labor, something near $30,000, qullo
an item in itself and one wo should
look after and encotirago that a
ropotitlou may bo had year after
year. Tillamook I leadllght.
Tho Southern Oregon Co's. mill at
Empire cut 78,700 feet of lumber ono
day lately, and did it easily. It
must Ik) remembered that oiily half
tho mill is being run at present, and
ttio result Is more than satisfactory.
Coos liny News.
Bonator Dolph has been notified
by tho postmaster-general that a
mall service twice a week from
FosmU and Wagner to Monument
will bo put on October 1, and Unit
tho service will be Increased to six
times a Week from North Yamhill
Grantty l'awi academy opened
Monday ana has onrolled 200
scholars. Prof. Ilonsou was much
surprised to see so many now comers
who have settled hero from tho
following polutH since school was
dismissed last spring: Dakota, Wis
consin, Minnesota, Kansas, Wash
ington territory,, Idaho, Montana,,
Qulto'a good showing for Grant's
L. T. IWtrhi, olialrmati of thu ro
piiUJIcuu atuto eentnil ooinmlUeu,
lias Immii prusonttttl with a liand-
some gold-huwdwl who hy Jinlgo V,
A, Moore, soualor-eluiit fnun Col
iimbln, Tillamook and Wiwhiugton
counties, on behalf of thu ronulill
CHimof Columbia oounty. On the
haul Is engraved, "Juno I, 1888,"
and beneath this Mr. Iluriu's immo,
IhjIow wliluli are the fljurn, "7-107,"
rupnentluj,' tho rupublhxiu jtarty at
tho hist state election. Kx.
Ifyou wtllur with asthma, bron
chitis or any othw dlai of the
throat or lung., nothing uau sur
priso you tnoro than thu rapid Im
provoment that will follow Oim u
ofBttiituAble. If you are trouhlwl
with CatMrrli, and lwvu trlttd other
modldnw, you will m unabla to ox
prts your anmiwmtiiit at tho mar
vtIoiM and InsiniitaiiwMw vtiFHtlva
IKtwont .of California Cat-lt-Curo.
Tliene reiiMxllts art not stteret oom
IKAiwln, but natural priMluoUoua ol
(tlifontiM. HtMLt.Wn ma)iw.
llint for tl.H) und KtiarnntMMl 1V
D- W. Mttliwa & Co. 108 Htat Ht.
A I'nslou Tlckrt.
IjITTm: Rock, Sept. 1-1. Tho re
publicans and union labor iiarty
nave decided to fuse on tho Presiden
Nkw Yokk, Sept. Kith. Geo. V.
Gorham, for some years secretary
otthell. S. Senate comes out for
Cleveland because he Intensely hates
limine, iiistiisaiiectlou is supposed
to date from his loss of the secretary
ship. San Fiiancisco, Sept. 10. The
body of Goldenson, who was hung
hereon Fiiday, for tho murder of
Maimlo Kelly, tho school girl, was
denied burial In Jewish or Catholic
grounds, and was llnally Interred in
the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
Lakayititk, Sept. 10. Mr. and
Mrs. Dixon, on their return
from Tillamook, were thrown
from their carriage, by tho tongue
breaking. Mrs. Dixon's collar bono
and two ribs were broken, and Mr.
Dixon received some serious injuries.
Kimiggllii for Kxpt'iiao.
Suatti.i:, Sept. 10. It is reported
hero on good authority that a mem
ber of one of tho bost families In
Oregon smuggled seven and a half
pounds of opium aboard tho Olynu
Ian from Victoria. It Is sumiosc'd In
order to make his expenses on his
pleasuro trip. Tho opium wuh
siezed but nothing done with I ho
Nr.w Yokk, Sept. 11. It trans
pires that Chairman Ttrlco lias been
deposed from tho democratic na
tional committee Senator Gorman
hereatter will conduct tho campaign.
Rrlco was sent west In order hi lot
him down easy. Rrlco's manage
ment has lieon highly unsatisfactory.
Women In tint 1'rlin ltlug.
RtJKi'ALO, N. Y., Sept. 10. Tho
Iong-talked-of prizo light between
Mrs. lfnttio Leslie and Miss Alice
Learlo took place this morning, on
Navy island, in tho Nlngra river.
The light was for $600 aside and
tho femalo championship of tho
world, Marquis of QueoiiHborry
miles, After eleven hard rounds
tho married woman won.
Jilaluo may decide to visit tho l'a-
Jitdiro Gresham has returned from
Sells Uros' circus had n smash-up,
at Napa, Cal.
Nearly 10.000 pooplo attended tho
races lu Portland.
Winter Is nlrwtdy beginning In tho
east. A good deal of snow has fallen.
In tho Wiilto Mountains.
Tho Boston women aro registering
In considerable numbers, soastolio
able to vote at tho school elections.
In Molbournd, Australia, tho col
ony of Victoria has voted to Inoronso
tho duty on barley 12i cunts pur 100
Tho yellow fovor scourge Is terri
ble, at Jacksonville, Florida. It bun
now broken nut , among refugees,
who went to Ileudursonvllle, N. C.
W. D. Hoyt & Co., wlioloenlo and
rhtall dnigufstH of Itomo, Oa., say:
Wo have Tieeii soll(ng Dr. King's
Now Discovery, Hlectrlo Blttors and
lliicklen's Arnica 8olv for four
yeara. Have never nauniou remo-
uiua lliat sell as wen, or give suuii
universal satlsfaetlon. There have
Ihhjii somo wonderful cures ellkited
by tlumtf HiMllciiiM In this city. Sv
oral (wm of pronounced coiHtim
tloti have Ihhmi entirely eurtxl by Umj
of H few bottles of Dr. KIiik'm Now
Disoovury, taken In connection with
Klectrlo Bitters. Wo guaruntoo
them uIwajT. Bold by Dr. II. W.
An oxohang sys "tha shiiplawt
IHxiket rule Is thu silver a person
oan Ilnd within his purso, A quarter-dollar
plwe mwuturw iMMtrly an
Inch, a half-dollar about an luuli
and u quarter, and a dollar ouu inch
ami a half." Tho puir gives no
rule, however, for obtaining thu
1.76, which, perhftptf, la not so
slmjile as tlu ret of thu rwilpis.
Mr. J. P. lUtbhwoii, of South
Salem, sy that th imjUU) rot U
ImIiiuIiik to show iUtulfon hlstssrly
iIuk jioUtow. Httoanuot now sy
whether it U jfeneral or whetlwr lie
dug hU potfttoett too Mtrl y, I lu fearn
iU be J ii k' a ptTiiiuut nt ill.iuc.