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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1SSS.
jsiabushkd; by natioxai. authority
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SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, - - - - $75,000
Surplus, .---- 10,000
H. 8. WALLACE, - - President.
V. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, r - Cashier.
V. T. Gray, TV. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. 8. 'Wallace.
Dr. W. A.CusIck, J, II. Albert,
IT. McF. l'atton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either in private granarlesor
Stale asd 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.
WM. N. LADUE, President.
1)11. J. REYNOLDS, - Vlco President.
JOUN MOIK, Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers nre cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonaoio rates. Insurance 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
W. B. Forsyte's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Goo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
"PXPRESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
IU delivery. Wm.Kennle having bought
toe express business of Walter Lowe, is
prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pock
yes, and any thing else that he can get in
nil wagon to any port of the city, quicker,
er, better, and neater, than It can be
Jane by any body else. Leave orders at
Fire and Ma
rine. JlH ALBERT, Agent, - Balem, Oregon.
A rPEAL,8ILVERTON, WEEKLY. IL60
i per year, independent. iotArrui
circulated In Marion, Linn and Clack
tsat counties; has been established eight
Tears and U an excellent advertising me
gom. For terms address the publisher
LEAVE OUDEHS AT LANCE'S LIV
ery Stable, corner of State and Front
. or on slate at corner State and Com
fjereial street. Prompt attention and
Wi A. BENSON
PROF. D. DIAMOND,
Teacher of Music
4 dealer la aU kind of Musical IbW
u. Qfltee, 3M Commercial tree. Ila
uutnu sold oa the UUlmeot ptaa.
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES!
iSR r n n ch it sc& &
SentT for circular.I (njJjHlOfera2-
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State St., Salem:, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Deoot,
Fine Location !
Has Just purchased COT acres, situated from three to four and one-half miles cast
of Salem, which they will Immediately plat and survey and sell In
Ten Acre Lots.
This land has been carefully selected with especial reference to It adaptability to
fruit ralalng and destrabUlty for residence purposes, and
Each Lot will Front on a Good Road and Have a Good Front Fence.
The time for the residents of Ralem to bur ten acres of choice land near tho city
very cheap wlu soon be post, ino vikajj?
August twenty-six ten acre fruit loU, and some
Been re-sold at a HANDSOME ADVANCE IN PRICE.
There are many persona In Salem who could buy one of the lots and pay for It
without Inconvenience. In fact any person receiving even a small salary can buy one
of these Iota by making a small eash payment, and paying the remainder In semi
annual Installments, and by practising a little economy for a short time be the owner
of a property whleh can be made (when set to fruit) to produce
As Large an Income as is Obtained from 100 Acres of Grain Land.
The value of these lots U not dependent upon any prospective Ixwrn, but depends
upon what they will aetuaUy produce now, and what that produet will now bring in
If You are Thinking of Securing a
i see these tot. If you have money to invest do Be
Tie nt 6H to see these lota. If Jo bv money to Invert do sot fatt to look at these
leu before InvmNBg,
If You Want to Save a
it the aamo time make flnt-eUse iBveeimetrt swy oee of these lota
Land Shown Free of Charge.
A fine line of hacks, buggies, carts, car
riages, buckboards, etc. Both our own
make and the best eastern mado buggies.
Every one Warranted I
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING.
Call on the understgned, wagon and car
rlago makers and blacksmiths, 2SS 312
antl 311 Commercial strcet,!Salem.
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it
dies are giving satisfaction, and n cus
tomer with Bronchitis says it Is thoouly
remedy that gives Instant relief.
HKllltKLI, ,t CoVKit, Druggists,
M .. " tho pleasure to Inform
ndVu you that your Preparations lire
meeting with largo Miles. Wo licar
Nothing but Praise &gn
Nanscawkn ,t Co., Druggists,
That It will accomplish tho end desired
In all affections of tho Throat and Lungs
U,. ,; find you not only will not no
WIN without It yourself, but will
recommend It to others, as thousands
have done, who havo tried everything
elso In vain. Money Is no object where
JSfnnVnnSlnS Convince You
trilling sum of ono dollar can purchaso
a remedy that will stand between you
and ono of tho most dreaded of human
Circulars sent free, containing detailed
Is prepared only by tho ABIETINE
MEDICAL CO., Oroville, Cal.
aaaaj tvwrAiii wuu. pu uuuui
of the same lou have already
Part of Your Earnings
lasy Tens ! ! !
rarrar A Co.
Are shipping out fruit by tho ear
load, but tbclr own store is always
attractive with tho best varieties.
In fruit, vegetables, groceries anil
provisions they arc always in tho
"W. D. Hoyt & Co., wholesale ami
retail druggists of Rome, Ga., say:
Wo havo been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery, Electrlo Hitters anil
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo for four
years. .Have never handled reme
dies that soil as well, or give such
universal satisfaction. There havo
been somo wonderful cures effected
by these medicines in this cltv. Sov-
oral cases of pronounced eonsump
tiou havo been entirely cured bv vso
of a. few bottles of Dr. King's Now
Discovery, taken in connection with
Electric Hitters. AVo guarantee
them, always. Sold by Dr. 11. W
If you stiller with asthma, bron
chitis or any other diseaso of tho
throat or lungs, nothing can sur
prise you more than tho rapid Im
provement that will follow tho ut
of Santa Abie. Tfyou tiro troubled
with Catarrh, and havo tried other
medicines, you will bo unablo to ex
prejss&'our amazement at tho nmr
vololtra and instantaneous curative
powers of California Cat-R-Cure.
These remedies are not secret com
pounds, but natural productions ot
California. Sold at f 1.00a package:
three for $2.50 and guaranteed by
D. "W. Matthews & Co. 100 State St.
A Hint to I'uny People.
From their arrival on this planet
to their usually early departure from
it, people of weak constitutions and
angular physiques pass a sort of
half-existence. Llko dormice, they
burrow In their homo retreats,
afraid or neat tuniltl ol cold, con
stantly afraii. that tho shadow of
the dread reaper will materialize
and exact tho forfeit which lie de
mands of all, sooner or later. No
ilncr medlncinal assurance of com
parative vigor for tho feeble exists
than that afforded by Ilostetter's
Stomach Hitters. Used with per
sistence not with spurts and
spasms this genial and profession
ally commended tonic will do much
toward infusing strength into a
puuy system, and rounding off
scrawny angles in tho human llg
ure. AnnoTltc, nerve tranquility
and nightly raposo are encouraged
by it, and a malaria, rheumatic
bilious tendency overcome. It re
establishes digestion nud prevents
Qraduatcs BtudenU In
Normal, Business, Law,
It is the oldest, largest and least expen
sive Institution of learning In tho North
west. Hchool opens first Monday In Hoptembcr.
Bend for catalogue to
TIIOH. VAN KCOV,
17: Balem, Oregon.
John L. Sullivan, tho slugger, Is
said to Iks dying. Whisky will get
away with tho stoutest if ho will
only stay with it long enough.
Columbus, Sept. 10. It is expect
ed that Thurnmn's letter of accept
ance will bo made public in a day or
TheSvunto ltefnaes to lte-Consliler.
"Washington, Sept. 17. Tho
senato refused to re-eonslder tho
passage of the CIiIiicm) bill. Ayes
20; nays, 21.
St. Louis, Sept. 18. Judge liar
clay, of tho St. Louis circuit court,
to-day refused to grant naturaliza
tion papers to Argo Konnhame, a
Chinaman. The Judge takes tho
ground that under the existing laws
Chinese cannot become American
citizens. Konnhame has resided
here ten years, and says ho will
carry his case to Congress.
Jackkonvim.k, Sept. 1!). New
cases reported to-day, IliO; death,
11 ; total cases to date 1,!W3 ; deaths,
1 McCleary and Rev. Mr. Suow
den, an Episcopal minister, died to
day. The outlook here Is dark and dis
couraging. Relief Is still coming liberally. It
Is estimated that over 12,000 people
are being fed dally.
Tho demands are Increasing.
Nr.w Yohk, Sept. 18. Two dozen
young Swedish girls, Ilrst-class pas
sengers on the steamship Keka,
landed yesterday. They admitted
that they were Imported under con
tract by tho agency in this city, to
inir.y young men they havo never
seen only by photograph. They
had not even courted by mail.
Twenty-three glrls.left for tho Wes
tern Slates, where they will 11 nd
husbands, tho others remained here.
Tho authorities will Inquire Into the
San Fiiancihco, Sept. 18. Dr.
Martin, naval physician oftlilsport,
and Dr. Qoodfellow of Arizona, of
fered their services to tho govern
ment to attend thoslckin tho yellow
fever hospitals In Florida. They
ulso informed the authorities in tho
stricken districts to the same effect.
Uoth gentlemen received an answer
to-day in which tho government
thanks them for their oiler, and In
which it stated their offer will be
brought to the attention of the
the Florida authorities.
An answer was also received from
Florida In which the authorities say
they would bo delighted to havo
them go there. The gentlemen will
probably loavo for tho sceno of the
epidemic In a few days.
Wheat Is still at 72 having drop-
Ied from 75 cents. Oats romnln dull
at 24 cents. Wool firm at 17 cents.
Hoim 11 rm at from 18 to 20 centx.
Tliey are over ripe, and tho threaten-
In ir nilu makes many anxious for
plukent are scarce and cannot gut
hops out of tho way quickly.
Nothing doing In wool.
A Rare Ckaare.
Dr. Clark, proprietor of tho Van
MnnclHCnrDIspuuMiry, Portland, will
bo In town during tho fair, ami cnu
bo consulted by those needing tho
services of an experienced specialist
free of charge, at room 0, Reed's
opera house. 17M81
C4, Sissre Utali.
Get your meals on the fair ground
at the Aurora rvxtuumnt. It is
conducted by If. Will, of Aurora,
who understands runiilngan Institu
tion of that kind so its to give satis
faction to all. it,
The authorltltw of Green county,
Kentucky, recently luiposfed a fine
of 600 on tin Loutovllle and Nash
villa railroad for breaking the Sab
bath by distributing M along the
A Letter From Harrison.
Tho St. Louis Globe-Democrathns
published tho following letter,
written by Gen. Harrison in Feb
ruary last, in reply to somo com
nienis made on his position on tho
iNiMANAl'ous, Iiul., Feb. 29, '8S.
Rev. J. H. llnmt, St. Louis, Mo
My Dear Sir: Your kind letter of
February 2Sth has been received. I
am very much obliged to you for tho
kind interest which you take in my
behalf. You know mo well enough
while here to know that I am no
scheme for place, and I havo nob
fallen from grace In that respect
since you left here.
1 did vote with tho great body of
the republicans in the senatoagainst
tho Chinese restriction bill, as It was
called. It seemed to me then to be
in violation of our treaty with China,
and It was a little hard for me to let
go of the old Idea that this was the
five homo of all comers.
1 think there has boon a very
general change of sentiment on that
subject slnco. Wo do not need to
ask anybody to come to this country
now, as we formerly did, and I"
think we have a right to preserve
our own Institutions by exercising a
fair elect Ion as to who shall conio
heie. T do not llko Unit class of im
migration that comes In gangs; that
can bo driven into kmis and on ship
boar.l, and hired, not by personal
contract, but by bosses, and tho
Chinese Immigration Is very much
of this sort. Very tru!;' yours,
A well-known restaurant keeper
was noticed by a reporter all last
week buying up all the frogs allured
In the markut. Knowing that lie
already had many hundreds of the
reptiles In n large tank in his cellar,
the reporter asked him why ho was
Investing so extensively. "Oh," ho
replied, "frogs are plentiful and
cheap now, but they will all disap
pear alter tho llrst raluslonn. So I
am buying ail 1 can, and will fatten
them up before using them." It Is
strange If all the frogs dlsappuar
after a rainstorm. 1'robably they
gut scattered as the ponds become
largur and new pools are formed,
and Ills more dllllcult for tho forulgu
gentleman who catch them to find
them. When country boys find
that they can get from rl to (1 f0
per dozen for frogs thure will Ihi less
of the "poep-icop" racket among
ponds In the spring time. Ore
gonlan. Tint lowu Cldnr Det'lulon.
Judge Ney, who decided at Iude
ondeuco that an Iowa farmer had
no right under the prohibitory law
to manufacture eider for his own
family use, Is a democrat, and Is tak
ing it democrat's way of creating
prejudice against tho prohibitory
law by making a strained and ob
noxious Interpretation of It. No
friend of prohibition intended that
tho law should havo any such mean
ing, and tho supreme court wilt
quickly overrule such a decision.
Ilachelor (whom Drown 1ms
brought homo to dinner)- Does your
wife always kiss you, Ilrown, whoa
you return from tho ofllco?
Ilrown Yes, always, never falls.
Ilachelor (with a sigh) Ah, It
must 13 delightful to have a cosy
home like this and u lovely wife to
greet you with a kiss I
lirown (also with a sigh) Yes, she
kisses me to discover If I havo been
drinking anything. Kpoch.
Two old friends met. "Let mo
sw," said one, "it iiiuhi no iwo
years slnco I saw you last, John.
You were going Into u Jewelry storo
to buy a diamond ring." "Yes, I
remember." "And where aro you
going now?" "I'm going Into a
grocery storo to buy a ixmMhIi."
Wife. John you havo n very an
noying habit of saying, "What'H
that?" whenever you are spoken to.
Can't you break yourself of It?
Husband (reading) Krwhat'ri
The Kklduwra fountain will
shortly 1 turned over to the eity
authorities at Portland,