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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1SSS.
istablished; nr national Ainnosmr
The Capital National Bank
Capital Paid up, - - - $75,000
Surplus, ---- 10,000
U. S. WALLACE, - President.
W. W. MARTIN', - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBEIIT, r - - - Cashier.
V. T. Gray, W. W. Martlu,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
Dr. W. A.Cuslck. J. II. Albert,
;r. McF. l'ntton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market
able, proauce, consigned or in store,
either In private granaries or
Stale ad County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on Now York, Chicago, Knn
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta. x
VM. N. LADUE, President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIlt, Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New Y'ork, London and Hong Kohg
bought and sold. State, County nnd City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se
curity can be obtained at the bank in
most reliable companies.!
Importers and Dealers In;
Boots and Shoes!
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsytes Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
T1XPRESS WAOON, QUICK AND SAFE
ill delivery. Wm.Rennie 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, qulckor,
safer, better, and neater, than It can be
done by any body else. Leave orders at
I Fir ana mo-
JOS. ALBErV, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
A PPEAL,SICYERTON, WEEKLY, ILM
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U circulated n Marlon, Linn and Claek
amascounUes; bu been established eight
yean and Is an excellent advertising me
dium. For terms address the publisher
H. O. Guild, Bllvenon, Or.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S UV
ery Stable, corner of State and Front
ctreeu. or on slaU at comer Stat and Com
Jneretal street. Prompt MteaUoa ood
oar. guarantee W A. BBN80N
PROF. E DUM0ND.
Teacher of Music
Aad dalr la all kinds of MsI lustra
smoU. OMee, 3Bt Commensal Mre. tin
uueu told ob the Uuulmeet pJ.
First National Bank
iwh in ami
m ACRE 1
Fine Location !
Has Just purchased CST acres, situated from three to four and ouo-half miles east
of Salem, which they will Immediately plat nnd survey and sell lu
Ten Acre Lots.
This land has been carefully selected with especial refcreuce to its adaptability to
fruit raising nnd desirability for residence purposes, and
Each Lot will Front on a Good Road and Have a Good Front Fence.
Tho time for tho residents of Salem to buy ten acres of choice land near the city
very cheap will soon be past. The OREGON LAND COMPANY alone sold during
August twenty-six ten acre fruit lots, and some of the same lots havo already
Been re-sold at a HANDSOME ADVANCE IN PRICE.
There are many persons lu Salem who could buy one of these lots and pay for It
wlthoutinconvenience. In fact any person receiving even a small salary can buy one
of these lots by making a small cash payment, and paying the remainder In semi
annual installments, nnd by practicing a little economy for a short tlmo bo the owner
of a property which can bo 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 Is not dependent upon any prospective boom, butdeponds
upon what they will actually produce now, and what that product will now brlug In
If You are Thinking of Securing a Home
Do not fail to boo these lots. If you have money to Invest do not fall to look at these
lots before investing.
If You Want to Save a Part of Your Earnings
it the same tlmo mako a first-class Investment buy one of these- lots
Land Shown Free of Charge.
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank,
Scriber -:- and -:- Pohle.
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. -.. vn,. . vr ii iv fine lfVAn
l oes,ilve secretion or mucus maucr in
wklnr snlUlng. weak and Inflamed eyes,
.?-V ! . t......a mBll.,ln
roaring In the ears, more or less impairment oi ins ntsnai, ios oi smeu, bcwuiji
natred dullness or dlxxlnessof the head, dryness or heat ofthe notaT Have you last all
MnsA smell? Is your breath foul? lo,you have the Catarrh. Home hate all the,
symptoms, others only a part,
Restore the sense of tost and smell, remove bad taste and unptuuant breath, result
ing froS CatarrhV Kaiy and pleasant to use. follow directions and a euro Is guaran
teed by D. W MATTHEWb 4 Co.
v- nnnl M
CAPTAIN CHARLES L. WIMON. ol 'Jit
SoSSed 'wTCon U CaSrVh r5TJ YSlWSd, r
needed your CallfornUCAT-Il-CUItK. I proeurded a Jar. haying bat Rule fcfth In IU
SSulpoDrtlwbl I must say, aner using three Jars. I am euredofthat dUjuitlng
dSeail. SrXSddnd is tor whlen send me Cklltornfc cAt--CURE tor soweTrUod.,
wbo are suaerars."
BOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 state St.. Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU Jt WOODARD, Wholesale DoooL
Aflne lino of hacks, buggies, carts, car
riages, buckboards, etc llotli our own
make and tho best eastern niudo buggies.
Every one Warranted I
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING,
Call on theunderslgned, wagon and ear
rlage makers and blacksmiths, &,, 312
and 311 Commercial street, "Huleni.
CllAnArJTEED cure ron
whlfh dnM ncil irwt IwtLfrf Have vnu an ex
Him naaal n.un.Mf A M VMI tmilhlM bV
me nasai puuici t Arojuuinjuuimu;
frequent soreness of the throat, ringing or
m uYork City, fonnerly .PS4 ,
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
O, tlint men should nut an cnomv
in their mouths, to steal away their
Twenty-two of tho United States
require by law that scientinotoinnor
aneo be taught In their public
Eight ounces of nleohol taken Into
tho system compels tho heart to beat
100 times a minute, instead of SO, as
A coal company in Pennsylvania
discharges every man in their
employ who is known to use intoxi
cants. Since they established this
rule the fatalities in their mines and
on their railroads havo decreased
11 fly per cent.
Mks Frances E. AVillard succeeds
Mr. Lucas as president of tl.t
World's V. C. T. U. In heraddress
to this union, Miss Wlllard
emphasizes hcleutitlo temperance
instruction in the schools astheouly
permanent basis of the temperance
reform Sho expresses tho hope
that Miss Mary II. Hunt, who has
wrought so successfully for this
cnuse may make tho tour of the
world And give to our auxiliaries tho
result of her experience. W. II. M.
Tho fifteenth annual convention
of the Nutlonal Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will bo hold in
tho Metropolitan Opera House, Kew
York City, October 19, 1888, to 123,
inclusive. Tho convention will bo
called to order each day at 10 o'clock,
u. in. and 2 o'clock p. m. One hour
of devotional exercises (commenc
ing promptly at 0 o'clock) will pro
cede each morning meeting of tho
convention and will bo led by evange
lists and Bible readers of experience
and spirit power. Union Signal.
How many aro tho spiritual
children of thoso who possess tho
faith nnd obedient spirit of Abraham I
To such docs not God say, "I will
mako of thee n great nation." Of
this wo wero reminded when wo
saw Miss "WHlard's call to tho presl
deucy of tho World's W. C. T. U.,
and re-called tho fact of her having
left n salaried position and gone out
in faith, she know not whither, at
tho Master's bidding to devoto her
self to tho cause of humanity. W.
Just now comes Bishop Hurst's
letter to General Elsk lu which ho
says : "You have tho prayers and
best wishes of multitudes all over
this land. If T had a thousand votes
they should every ono go for tho
prohibition ticket this fall. My
cordial support of thu prohibition
party lias become so much a matter
of conviction that I don't coro who
knows it. If anylMxly's boy can
only bo saved from death by tho
curse of rum through any word or
example of mine, he shall havo both
with nil my heart." Union Signal.
A WORTHY ENTERPRISE.
On May 1st, last, about four montlm mk,
Dr. Gilbert opened unollloeitnd sanitarium
In llin bunk block, Hule'ii, and udverllHl
to treat chronic diseases on ncientllle
principles. Hince that time 111" prm'tlen
Inut been steudlly InerMtslnif " mueh wi
Hint he was obllxed to secure more room
and Increasing facilities, und now nuillnif
himself unable to uttend to his numerous
patients, he has entered into partnership
with Ir. M. W. Weinp, of Detroit, Mlelil.
pin, a physician and surgeon of large ex
perience, thoroughly uomjwUiiil, and u
speeialUt IndlsuuM) of thetie, ear, thrimt
and nasal cavities who hu anno with
his family to make his home in Kalein.
The new Ann will be known as Drs. Gil
bert k W'emp and will oeeupy the Him
modlous rooms In the bunk block, for
office and sanitarium, and will eonduet
their buslnes under the name and style
of Tkt OregM M.dksl ltd Surgkil Isitltst. It Is
their Intention to spare neither tains nor
expense In their effort to make this the
most complete Institution, for the treat
ment of all forms of diseases, especially
chronic, In the northwest.
Medleated vapor baths, electro-magnetism,
oxygen and massage, together with
all modern and setentUle appliance for
the thorough eure of disease, will be used.
Kxamlnalhios will be frw, and barge
trtcfly moderate, AddreM Drs, Gilbert
A Weinp, Hank btoek, or postnmee box IT6,
fsrrir A t.
Arti shipping out fruit by tin mr
load, but their own store Is always
attractive with the ft varietleti.
lu fruit, vejpstabhM, grocwriw and
provisions tlty are always in the
WORKINGS OF THE WIHGSL
James Henley Shot hy Slirriilim's
8nmUpt Iteiculiitliiiis Unoli-r-l.
A UITA11ANTINK IMSKlin.VltllKn.
Sheridun's Deputy Mitrslml Shoots anil
lvllW .lames ltenloy.
McMinnvim.k, OgnSept 20. A
special to the Oregonlan from this
James R llewley, ono of the
wealthiest citizens of this county,
and a pioneer of 1810, was shot in
tho streets of Sheridan last evening,
about 5 o'clock, by W. McCune, a
young man on the Sheridan quaran
tine force, und died early this
morning, llewley lives in McMInn
vllle, and McCune notllled him to
leave Sheridan, as they wore afraid
of smallpox. While parleying
about leaving or being arrested, Mo
dulo drew u pistol and tired Into
llovloy's face. The ball entered tho
right check and lodged lu the brain,
llewley fell backward out of his
McCune then turned and 11 red
several shots at Koswoll llowley, a
sou of James llewley. Hoswell ran
Into a livery stable near by and pro
cured his pistol, and ran out llring
at McCune, who ran down tho
street. Young llewley pursued hhn
some distance. Meeting McCuno's
father, who had undertaken to stop
him by throwing stones at him,
young Jlowloy turned on tho older
McCune, but having exhausted his
pistol picked up a rock and struck
McCune on the forehead, knocking
him down, and ho remained insen
sible for some tlmo.
Tho wildest excitement prevailed
at Sheridan during tho night. Be
tween tho quarantine and tho
tragedy thcro was no sleep. Shorill"
Harris went up during tho night
and nrrested McCune. and ho was
taken before Justice Latulou of
Wlllamlna precinct for examina
Washington, Sept. 20. Pensions
havo been granted as follows : Ore
gon Original invalid, John A. Put
man, Springfield ; Mexican survi
vor, Christian Ilelnluger, Heppner.
lloprcrtontatlvo Hermann's bill for
the relief of tho mllltla of Oregon
was called up to-day hy tho commit
tee on military affairs and passed.
It requires tho secretary of war to
distribute to tho stato authorities at
Salem, for tho stato mllltla, a quan
tity of arms, ammunition, equip
Tho mall service between Canyon
City nnd Monument, Oregon, has
been increased from two to threu
times er week.
The Oregon Tralllu.
San FitAN'CiflCO, Sept. 20. It Is
understood hero that tho Southern
Pacllto Company has liegiiu an
active light against the Northern
Pacific und Oregon Short Lino for
tho passenger business of Oregon to
the oust. Up to the present tlmo
the Short Line has secured a very
largo er ceutage of tho business, its
rates being equal to thoso of other
routes. The Southern Puelfle gets ii
very short haul on tho IiiimIiichm its it
stunds, carrying jMMsoiigunt only to
Portland. It Is now projxwed to
turn the tide of enst-loiind travel
southward through California.
JackmiWII.i.i:, Or,, Sept. 20.
The trial of thu boy John McAllister
fur the murder of his father lost
July oommonced on Monduy, thu
17th, und ended Kuturday, resulting
iua verdict of murder In tho second
degree. During thu trial he scorned
to take but little interest in what
was going on, and uppeurcd Incap
able to comprehend tho important
hearing It had to him.
Wbiri The War Wages.
INDIANAI-OMH, Sept. 20. Ohio
and Indiana united to-duy again
through their delegations In paying
their restKHjU to Gen Harrison. Tho
Tipton county visitors numbered
over a thousand. Elkhart county
sent nearly as many, while tho
Tippecanoe veterans and thu
Foraker Club, ofColuuibus, O., with
their friend, numbered between
600 and 000.
It Is said the new republican tariff
bill which Is to U submitted Mon
day propomM a reduction of nearly
110,000,000, Sugar and rice are out
50 per cent.
No Mormons Nfi-il Apply.
Nkw Youk, Sept. 20. Twenty
one little girls, aged from nine to
fourteen years, brought hero yester
day by Mormon elders from Europe,
en route to Salt Lake City, were or
dered to-day by Collector Magone to
bo sent back to Europe.
The Stricken Smith.
Jacicsontii.i.k, Sept. 20. Only
nine new cases aro reported thN
morning and ono death. This N
ono of tho brightest and most pleas
ant days of the season, cool and re
freshing. The lollef Is Incoming
general that the epidemic will soon
run Its course. Tho deaths reported
are one; total cases to date, 2,2:17;
total deaths, 220.
Vitlutn Tor Ori'Kim.
Wasiiinciton, 1). C, Sept. 20.
The senate and hoiwo havo con
cunvd in the senate amendment to
the house bill granting to tho O. It.
it N. twelve acres of land In tho
I'limtlllti Indian reservation, near
the town of Adams, for depot pur
poses, and authorizing the
secretary of the Interior to reserve
from sale pasturage lauds on the
Indian reservation, in addition to
tho 120 acres reserved under tho ict
for the allotment of lauds lu
severalty. Both houses havo also
agreed to the senate amendment to
the bill providing for additional life
saving stations on the coast of Ore
gon and Washington territory.
Thcro was it f 100,000 lire at Can
ton, Dakota, yesterday afternoon.
A boy died yesterday at San Fran
cisco from tho ellects of a base ball
striking him on tho head.
Yesterday thcro was u terrible
destructive llro at Truckee, Cnl.
Losses will foot up $100,000.
Yesterday was a stormy day on
thu Atlantlo coast. Much damage
was done to oroH, fruits and houses.
One hundred thousand dollars is
the sum appropriated by tho house
yesterday to tho yellow fever suller
ers. Scspegodom a British ship with u
burden of 2,500 tons of coal was
wrecked oft" Point Fennln, Cal,,
Latest roports locate Stanley iw
established with Emlu Bay, lu th
Biihrel Clha.rt region, and advanc
ing on Khartoum.
Cheering news of frosts in Mis
sissippi lightens tho hearts of many.
The frost Is sure to stamp out the
yellow scourge at once.
Tho house yesterday passed with
out debuto the hill forfeiting certain
lands granted to tho Northern
Pacific; also the bill to donate arms
and equipments to the usn of the
mllltla for Oregon was ihiamxI.
Kst Wlls I'twfort and be Ifsjipy.
It Is by no means uncertain, but, on the
contrary, ii well ascertained fal, that tl
on tho well being of a man's stomach
depend that mmllouiiiof liupjilllMt which
Is vounhsarml to him In this world. Dyo
wpsln,the foe (if all others. lo,lhe .stomuuli
truumilllty, and most to Ihj dreaded, Is n
complaint to the preliminary relief and
eventful cure ol which UoNtetler'sHtiimueli
Hitters Is espeululty adapted. It enables
those who use It with a reasonable degree
of rUtiiiro Ii) eat with relish, because It
lniwrl a'hiHillhrul aplietlto; to digest with
ease, beoaiite It strviigtheus thu slomiiuh;
and to usslmllate thefixxl whlah Is eaten
and digested, thus beiieDttlng health, pro
moting DmIi und sustaining the exerclso
of the physical ami mental faculties. It,
moreover, facilitate the seerrtton of
healthy bile, actuate without discomfort
the habit of body, and tends, wheu taken
upon retiring, to product healthy slumber.
Mulsrla Is eouuuwred by It.
A Wsass'i l)IKSTrjf.
"Another wonderful discovery has
been made and that too by a lady
In this county. Disease fastened Its
clutches upon her and for seven
years she withstood Its severest tests,
nut her vital orguus wero under
mined and death seemed Imminent.
For three months she coughed In
cessantly and could not sleep. Sho
bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's
Now Discovery for Consumption
and was so much relieved on taking
first dose that she slept all night,
and wlttt one bottle bus been mlrao
uloibdy cured. Her name U Mrs.
Luther Lutz." Thus wrlto W V
ir .,!,.L, t rvt v CI...IL.. w n
Get a free trial bottle at Dr II W
Cox's Drug Store.
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