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AXr3lVl, OR. FRIDAY,
SEPTEMBER 28, i888.
LAr 1 1 AL
UtABUSUIS; BT JStAXIOHAI. AUTHOBITT
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid np, .... $75,000
Snrplns, - - - - - 10,000
R. S. WALLACE, - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
X H. ALBERT, ! - - Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. 8. Wallace.
Dr. W. A.CnsJfk. J. H. Albert,
Zt. McF. Pntfont
To farmeHjauWflffi4na Winer market
able prodi,cawiJfcn4.r in store,
Site aud Coudf WfitSftflAt at Par.
drawn .Afreet, m,,rfew Yprk.fijjlcnfovean
FmncTso0p.rtiand, London, Paris', Berlin,
Hong Kong ana Calcutta.
VM. N. LADUE, -DR.
J. REYNOLDS, -JOHN
MOIR, - - -
Exchange on Portland, Ban Fronelsco,
New York, London and Hone Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
Invited to deposit ond transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops an other property at
reasonable rates. Insuranco on such se
curity can. be obtained at the bank In
most reliable companles.1 , ,
Importers and Dealers In
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsyth's Infallible Corn Care
243 Commercial Street,
"(dea iii Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
TlXPRESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
jjj oeuvery. wra-venuieji
me express Dustnesa.w
prepared to deliver tru
his wagon to any part of the city, quicker,
safer, better, and neater, than It can be
done by any body else. Leave orders at
f-fi nnt nnr tiling pIra thnt he eun u
Flra and Ma
JO&. ALBERT, Agent, - Salem, Oregon.
J. per year. Independent. TheArPKiX
U circulated In Marlon, Linn and Clock-
amasoounues; Mas DeeniMtaDiusnisiguk
turn. For terms address the publU
n. u. uuua.BUverton, ur.
treQrJ5aatat corner State and Com
menus), streeU. Prompt attention and
care guaranteed. ..
Teacher of Music
A&d dJin all kind of Masksd lustra
matt. Ome,3e Commercial street, tin
uhmsU aeU ea tie Jasulawal ptan.
First National Bank 1M
Boote and Sloes!
nks. vallseo, pack
Fine Location !
Has Just purchased 87 acres, situated from three to four and one-half miles east
of Sulein, w hlch they will Immediately plat and survey and sell In
Ten Acre Lots.
This land has been carefully solected with especial reforence to Its adaptability to
fruit raising and desirability for residence purposes, and
Each Lot will Front on a Good Road and Have a Good Front Fence.
The timo for tho residents of Salem to buy ten acres Of choloe land near the city
very cheap will soon bo past. The OREGON LAND, COMPANY alone sold during
August twenty-six ten acre fruit lots, and some of the same lots have already
Been re-sold at a HANDSOME ADVANCE IN PRICE.
There are many persons in Salem who could bay one of thnta lots and pay for tt
without Inconvenience. In fact any person receiving even a small salary ran buy ono
of these lots by making a small cash .payment, and paying the remainder In semi
annual Installments, and by practicing a little economy for a short time bo the owner
of a property which 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 Is not dependent upon any "prospective boom, but depends
upon what they will actually produce now, and what that product win now bring In
If Yon are Thinking of Securing i
9 see these lots. If you have money to Invest do no
Do not fall to see these lots. If you have
lots before Investing.
If You Want to Save a Part of Your Earnings'
it the same time make a first-class Investment buy one of these lots
Land vSHown Kfee of Charge.
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES!
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TaVE YOU A COLD IN tllE HI EAD which does not get tatter? Have you an ex-
- Slve secretion of mucus matter in the nasal passage Are you troubled by
KSwkinr sdHUm. weak and Inflamed eye, rrequent jortneuor in inroa,, rwginr "r
rlraSfe'&erirraMOrleM lmpalnnent dXUia hariBi.lOM W smIl.jnmorylm
SiredullneMordiixinessof the hauJ-dryntworneatoAhenoser Haye you lost all
JJfameiriayourbreathfoulT lso.you have the CaUrrh. home nave all these
symptoms, other only a part. w
Restores the sense ofUsU and smell, remove bad tasU and hnrlleaMnt breath, rtult
iMfSSS Ca'JJrhf Kaiy and pleaaant to use. Follow direction and a euro Is guaran
teed by D. W. MAlllltw a a. vu.
fPTAIN CHARLES h. DIMON.ofNewVorkafy.fonrlyfpeeUlawJtof lb
Phralx nd 1 Home InTuranee Company at Ban FrancUco ,&&;X?i " t
iJ.3ilZi with rhronle CaUrrh for twenty year. A friend lb Woodland, Cal-, reeoin
iSLrrJiSrrils rcAT-R-CURJ- I Pfoeurded ajar. having bol lUti faith In U
.?wbutlOTitt.nir uilhTthre. Jars, I iro cured of that dUruillag
SSJsX SSSSed dnd wbtot'aenS o. Calltorola cAt-IWJUUK tor somefrieod.,
whoarsufferen,- aUARASTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State St.. Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot
to Terms ! ! !
money to Invest do not fail to look at Utese
Aline line of hacks, buggies, carts, car
riages, buckboards, etc llotli our own
moke and the best eastern made buggies.
Every one Warranted I
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING,
Coll on the undersigned, wagon and car
rlneo makers and blacksmith!, SX. 312
and 311 Commercial street, IBaleni.
W) cute- J9
Pointers T or IJt Advertiser.
By no meaus think seriously of it,
s an ad. in a bill or poster knocks
the spots ofl a newspaper sought
Free trade advertising is tho popu
lar idea Irrespective of party. Al
ways deal with tho straufrer wfro
Knows wnpn tno noxt train loaves.
Never under any circumstances
question the veracity of a party who
haa just dropped in from the east or
elsewhere. His word is as good as
A meritorious advertisement Is
double discounted by a fake. Ono
can tell tho truth while Annanlas
would take a back seat for tho other
The best plan is to patronise tho
illiterate fakir, who is hero to-day
and gone tho next, for cold coin,
aud thon drop around to the news.
paper for a free local.
Always patronlso u stranger In
preferonco to home talent. He is
likely to leave his money with you
and can do better for you than tho
man who resides with you.
A picture card on a wall is prefer
able to a local or display ad in n town
paper. One Is always in deinand to
hido tho wall whilo th other strug
gles for existence in telling all tho
news of tho day.
Tho fakir can give tho best, has
the largest circulation, and his un
limited facilities arguo everything
In his favor. Tho local man can
wait as ho has plenty of spare time
and It Will be no trouble to call
It is safer and cheaper plan to pay
an eastern man for a snap ad on
sight (its he Is desirous of moving
on) than to let tho local publisher
credit from thirty to ninty days for
his pay. Tho latter loves to buy
A Hoy's Essay oh Julius Uaesar.
Nineteen hundred and eighty'
eight years ago Julius Caesar, tho
greatest of all tho Roman Emperors
in point of achievements and real
ability, was born. Besides furnish
lng material for Mr. Shakespeare to
write u play about, Cacwir went In
tho conquering business and got
away with everything in sight from
soup to nuts. It got p that all ho
had to do was to whistle and crook
his flngor aud farff naUpns would,
come right In aud Ho right down.
Caesar wrote a book of his travels
aud conquests. Ho was a little
rocky on geography In thoso days,
but there wasn't a critic on the
wholo Roman press that dared to
say so. He was the author of tho
saying, "venue, vice, versa," which
being translated means "I came, I
saw, and I got thore, Ell." Caesar
came to an untimely end In tho
prime of his career, through the
jealousy of P. J. Casslus, J. It. Bru
tus and other ward strikers. They
seized him Just as ho was opening
the senate with a crowbar ono day
and stabbed him full of hole. Ex.
A WORTHY ENTERPRISE.
On Muy 1st, lost, about four months ngu,
lir. Ullborl opened an ijflloe and sanitarium
In the bonk block, Halem, aud advcrtWed
to treat chroule dUeose on scientific
principle, rtluce that time his prurtlc
ha been iteadlly Increasing so much so
thijt he was obliged to ecu,ru more nxjm
slid Increasing facilities, and now finding
himself unablq to attend to hi numerous
patients, he has entered Into partnership
with Dr. M, W, Wemp, of Detroit, MUM
gan, a physician and surgeon of large ex-
perlance, thoroughly competent, and a
specialist in aiseasa oi lua tjo, wr, iuiwi
and nasal cavities who ha come with
his family to make bis home in Kalem.
The new firm will be known as Dra. Gil
bert A Wemp and will occupy the com
modious rooms In the bank block, for
office tiyl sanitarium, and will coodust
their bulneu under the name and style
of Ths Ortgos Mtftul 4 Surrkil IsitlUU- It Is
U(Mr intention to spare neitner pains nor
expense in thfclreflbrts to make this ths
roort roiaplete Institution, for tin trut
ment of all form of dlseaass, especially
ebroale, In the northwest.
Medicated vapor baths, deetro-msgttet'
Um, oxygen and massage, together with
all modern and scientific appllanee tor
! thorough eure of disease, will be used,
pisinlaallons will be free, and charge
atrtMly moderate. Address Drs. Gilbert
A Wmbp, Bask block, or postofflee box H,
PalnlaM dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, n BUte stnwt.
MHlinnviite U Scuta of a Dtsfructiri
Incendiarism Yellow Fever -Smcg.
glers And General News.
Supremo Justice Malhows wm
better yesterday, alid Is pronounced
out of danger.
Tho Ahiallpox la spreading In the
Pd.lsh quarter of Buffalo. There
wore four new cases yesterday. Tho
disease has broken out In tho aristo
crats portion of tho city.
Samuel J. Randall was yesterday
unanimously renominated to cm
gress by tho dem'ocrata in tho Infra"
Pennsylvania district. It ft said
that tho republicans will not nomi
nate any ono to opposo hhn.
Robert E. Blair has been appoint
ed postmaster at Xong Creek, Grant
cpuufy, Or., and Samuel T. Jones at
Asotin, "V. T. Tho iostofllco at
Highland, Tillamook county, Or.,
has been discontinued.
At Memphis th6 conference com
mittee of buslnoas men and health
authorities recommended tho re
moval of tho nou-lutercourso restric
tions, aud that trafllc will bo allowed
to resume at once, undor Inspection.
'Rough oh" trails Vails.
New Yonk.Sopt. 27. Ephrahn
S. Wells of Jersey 'City, manii
facturor of proprietary medicines
and ownor of "rough on rats," litis
failed. Liabilities. $80,000.
New York, Sopt 27. Don. Har
rison has sent a cash contribution to
tho republican national committee,1
it Is understood, $760. The check
was sent made payablo to tho order
of Col. W.W. Dudley.
Wr Smuggling Opium.
'6kattlk, Sept. 27. This city hah
been fn a state of siinnreHsod ex-
cltemont during tho wholo of this
evening. A rUmor cauio here that
John C. Haines, a prominent at
torney of this city, was to bo arfewte J
ou a warrant from Now York.
Assistant V, S. Attorney Sunday,
Marshal Hamilton aud U. 8. Com
mlssloner Emory hold a Hocret ses
sion of court at midnight, and
Emery Issued a warrant for Haines's
arrest on Troof being presented of an
Indictment found by ttieoourt of the
northern district of New York
charging Haines and three citizen's
of Otfdansburg, N. Y., With con
spiracy for stealing onluin of
Gardner famo from the custom
house at Ogdensburg.
allsfortuu for IMnMlnurlll.
SfcStiMNViLLE, Sent. 27. A lire
broke out In tho upper story of Dr.
G, F. Tucker's brick building at 2:W)
this morning and destroyed it. Also
W. H. Bingham's drug store, 8, C.
Force's wagon shopand Logan Bros'
and Henderson's livery stable,
wore burned. It was the work of
ihceudiary origin- A number of
other buildings had a narrow escape.
The loss Is estimated at f22,GJ0; In
Hurauco about $10,000. The stairs
leading to tho upperatory of Tucker's
bulidljig were saturated with coal
oil, Thexo fires are understood to
havolweli df Incendiary orlulu. Tho
petlpio aro greatly excited aud jhoro
Ih talk of organizing a vlgllancu
PdltTLAND, Ogn., Sept., 28.
Among tho well-known citizens of
Portland, J. Fred Clark has had a
prominent place for the last ten
years. Ho died yesterday at his
residence at Mount Tabor. His uge
was about 65 years.
The visiting Odd Fellows arrived
this morning ou the regular over
land train. A delegation from this
olty met them at Oregon City. Ui
on the arrival of the train hero the
local Jodgus escorted the visitors to
the Esmond hotel, and then drove
them around the city.
Van Tassel, the balloonist, will try
it again. He says he has examined
the balloon thoroughly and cannot
get It ready before Hunday, the 7th
of next month. At that time he
will make the ascension, and his
wife the parachute jump.
Th Southern Situation.
Jacksonville, Sept, 27. There
has been no special change In tho
situation since last night. Fever
has broken out In Sanderson, tho
next station west of McClonny, on
tho Florida Railway & Navigation
rriad. Thirty-six new cases have
been reported this morning, and
three now deaths.
To-da theru aro eoniparatlwly
few inhabited houses In which
there were not sick or convalescent.
There are lil cases reported, 4b
while and 91 colored peoplo; deaths,
8. Tho general distress among the
poor is dally increasing. Within
another week probably 20,000 per
sons, plue-tcuths colored, will have
to be fed by tho hand of charity.
Tho hopes Of getting shelter for any
considerable number at thocampsof
tho refuges is abandoned.
A special from Gainesville says:
Ono new case of yellow fever here
A Campaign BlumUr Rfutetl,
, Following is a campaign editorial
In an fast Tennc-wo paper: The
enemies of captain George Hlokw,
our most prominent candidate for
county judge, maliciously assert that
ho Is a prohibitionist. This Is tho
blackest and most uncalled for slan
der of tho campaign. Wo have
known tho captain for soveralyears,
aud havo proof that ho Is not a pr -hlbltlonlst,
aud In proof of this
assertion which wo do not mako
without mature d61lborutlbn we
submit th6 following facts: On tho
night of Juno 10th the captain got ho
drunk over at Frazor's point that ho
liad to be taken homo in a wagon.
Tho noxt day, In tho prcsenco of
Home prominent citizens, ho was
seen to drink a cocktail. Four days
later ho g6t drunk at Miller's land
ing and foil Into tho river. This can
riot bo successfully disputed, for the
feat was wltncsseil by tho present
county Judge and a number of our
tho captain has been a II bent I
drinker, and we dare any black
hearted scoundrel in this county to
come forwartl and attempt a
refutation of these faow. Wo do not
)hject U opouand manly opiosltlon,
nit we despise the sneaking and
indcrhanded way employed by cer
uln dlsroputablo politicians of this
Kl Wits Csafsrl sd b llsppr.
It Is by no mruns uncurtain, but, on the
contrary, a well ascertained fnut, that up
on the well being of a nmn's sUmmch
depends Uiatmodlcumoflmpplnnns which
Is vouclisufed to him In this world. !)
bopsla, the Um of nil otburSitoltho ;tonmcli
tranquility, and most to bo ilreuduil, Is it
complaint to the tirrlltntiiury rtllvf uiul
jlllUirs Is especially adapted. It eiiublrs
tlwwe who use It with n rcasouablu degree
of porslstence to cut with mllsh, biHvtuso It
Impnrts n'lieuUlifiihipH.'(lle; to dlgMt with
nase, bicauso It Htrvngthoiis the slomunli;
and to assimilate the food whloh Is eaten
and digested, thus beiiellttlug licultli, pro
ipOllng flesh and sustaining the nxorvlso
of the physical and mental fuouUles, It,
iiiorcovar, fucllltates the sMiretloii r
healthy bile, actuate without discomfort
tho habit of body, and tends, when taken
upunjritlrlng, ti producu hwilthy slumber.
Malaria I conquered by It.
A Wsbm's UitcoTrr.
"Another wonderful discovery hun
leeu made and that too by a lady
In this county. Disease fastened Um
clutches tlM)ii her and for seven
years sho wUIisUxk! Its severest testH,
btiii her vital orifuus were under-
ml;ied and death seemed Immlueat.
For .three months slo couched, In
ceMuutly and could Hot sleep. Bile
blught of us a ImiUIo of Dr. Klug'n
New Discovery for Consumption
and was so much relieved on taking
first (low) that sho slept all night,
aud with one bottle lms been inuV "
ulotbfly cur-d. Her name Is Mrw.
Lithur L.utz." Titus writo W C
Hanlriok & Co. of Hllelby, N Q-
(M n free trial bottle at Dr H W
Cox's Drug Htore.
l AUsIti ccn.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINI-,
OINTMENTls only put Mp Ih Iarg
two-ounce tin fcoxt, and, U au
absolute cure fox old eorte, burns,
wounds, chapped handj, and all
skin eruptions, AVlil positively
dure all kinds of plies. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABLKTXN15 OINT
MENT. BohJ byD,W. Matthewa
A, Co., 103 BUte street, Salem, ht 24
oetit pet baxbj mall 80 oenU.
Bulswribe for the Capital Jouh-