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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1S8S.
First National Bank
WM. N. liADUE, -DK.
JOHN MOIR, -
Exchange on Portland, Han Francisco,
New York, .London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
invited to deposit tmd 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.
E3TAULISHKD BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Paid np, .... $75,000
U. 8. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .- Cashier.
W. T. Gray, TV. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
Dr. W. A.Cuslck, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. l'atton.
To farmers on wheat and other mnrket-
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In private granaries or
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llerlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
Importers and Dealers In;
General Agents for Oregon of
W'-B. Forsylhe's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEJI, : : : : : OREGON.
Work promptly done at reasonable rotes.
Ordors lea at Capital Joubnai. office
will receive attention. O-ll-tr
Take Note of Thli.
TWU 82,500 WE WILL SELL OO acres
J? well improved garden land, within S
miles of Salem. Good road " J01, 'J"
year around. Buildings good. FINE YOUNG
ORCHARD and excellent grass land. This
Is J bargain, and will be held only a short
time at these Azure. Call, and we will
show you the property. ,....Txr
WILLIS 4 CHAMBEULIN.
Opera House, Salem, Or.
TnXPRE&S WAGON. QUICK AND 8AFE
Jll delivery. Wm.Rennle having bought
Ihe express business of Walter Lowe, Is
prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
ages, and any thing else i thai ho con get in
his wagon to any part of the city, quicker,
safer, Better, and neater, than ft an bo
done byeny body else. Leave orders at
J08. ALBERT. Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
A per year. laAepeoinaUTbeAVi
fi circulated In Marion, IJ?nK,"nh'iiJfht
amaseouutle; ba bn.itabii,Hjf,5;
years and U an excellent ?vrtlln me
dium. For terms address the publisher
U. G. Guild, SUvertoo, Or.
The Capital National Bank
OREGON FRUIT DRYER
Is Simple of Construction,
BASY OF- OPERATION,
Awarded first premium at the Oregon
State Fair 18S3-'8l-85-'8fl.'$7 and at the Cali
fornia State Fair, 1SS7, and San Joaquin
County Fair, 1887.
Manufactured In slslzcs. For circular
and price list address ,
H. S. JORY & SON,
P. O. Box 286. Salem, Oregon
-ttj-Drycr Furnaces furnished Ave slros
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH;
lngton Tcr. or California real estate. For
Information address us at cither of tho fol
lowing effices: Palestine III.; Kansas City,
Mo.; balcm.Or.; Portland, Or. Salomolllce
at Bellinger's machinery depot, near tho
clly hall, Liberty street; Portland ofllco In
the rooms of tho State Immigration Board,
corner of Front and Ash Btrects. 173tf
L. S. SKIFF & CO.,
Office near tho
by tho painless pro
The SALEM MARKET
OS COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Fresh and Salt Meals !
And all kinds ol
S AUS AG B.
A3-Tho CLEANEST kept markef.in tho
city. Call and see for yourself.
JICCROW A WILLARD.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C, Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, SALEM, OREGON.
A3-A11 kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand, full weight and a bquaro
deal all arlund.
j. .'..;.. .i.
l'JJBrwii,. 5 '
a. -uv v'nii A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not got better? Have you an ex
Vsmelf" I. youKmVoulT &?5 have tb. Catarrh. Borne hav.all the
by DV. MATTHEWS A Co.
troubled with ChronleCatanh tor twentyeonj. . but ,me f flh ,n lu
mended your Ca ltornta CAT.IU1 rocuroeu j j . f xiM ai.gu.tlnr
SSK SnXed'nnd i 5 whK'Sam. CuUfornla oAt-R-CURE for me friends,
who are sufferers."
BOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU k W00DARD, Wholesale Deoot
Proposals for Stationery.
Balm, Or., Sept. 27th, is, f
Scaled proposals will bo received at this
ofllco until noon November 27th, ISSS, to
furnish the following articles for the state
50 reams legal cap, 14 lb. No. 8 ruling,
whlto laid, Curew, Charter Oak or Scotch
30 reams letter paper, 12 lb, No. 8 ruling,
whlto laid, Carew, Charter Oak or Scotch
SO reams flrst-clnss Congress note, 7 lb
packages, No. 8 ruling, white laid.
15 M No. 5 white envelopes, 00S, No. I rag,
15 M No. 9 white envolopes, 00 lb, No, 1
12 gross railroad steel liens No I.
15 gross GUlott's steel pen, No. 40t.
3 gross Kasterbrook "J" pens.
A rrmaa t,-nhira nan hnU.M M ICTrt
4 dozen Tower Manufacturing 'co's. bar
ometer ana orass DacKea lnxsutnas.
12 dozen Ivory folders, 9 Inch, Standard.
3 dozen Ivory folders, 10 Inch, Congress.
10 dozen mucilage cups, No. 8, Morgan's
1 dozen mucilage stands, reservoir, No.
6, Morgan's patent.
3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper,
140 lb, assorted colors.
2 gross No. 2 Enelo Recorder load pencils,
4 dozen Arnold's writing fluid, quarts.
2 dozen David A Sons writing fluid,
2 dozen Sanford's premium fluid, quarts.
15 dozen duplex cap board letter clips.
12 dozen Fuber's rubber rulers, 14 Inch,
12 dozen steel erasers, Rogers', No. 18149, H.
3 dozen steel erasers, Rogers', No. 18149, K.
20 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, as
4 gross Faber's lead pencils, Nos. 2 nnd 3,
10 gross Faber's lead pencils, round, gilt,
6 dozen Faber's patent Ink and pencil
rubber erasers, small,
1000 McGIU's patent paper fasteners, No. 2.
1000 McGIU's patent paper fasteners, No. 4.
18 dozen gummed stub flics, No. 21, 11x15
In., 250 pages.
12 dozen tablo pads for paper, 19x24.
1U dozen waste paper baskets, cross bar,
20 lbs hemp twine, No. 12.
At the same time separate bids will bo
received for 12 dozen Wostcnholm cougress
knives to bo described by trade No. Sam
ples to bo exhibited.
Bids should bo marked "Proixwals for
Stationer"." Nono but best quality of
Tho right to reject any or all bids Is re
served. All goods to bo delivered beforo January
1st. 1S1. Payment to bo made by warrant
on state treasury.
ULU. W. .MlUilWlll-,
0-2S-td Secretary of Stale.
Ileal Estate Bargains.
$1,000. 100 acres, 0 miles from O & C do
pot. Good home, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and In cul
M.000 80 acres. 4 miles from Pnlcm.
Good road to town. Improve
ments fair. ino mm lanu.
J5,490 8l acres 2 miles from Salem.
No bulldlncrs. Snlendld land.
all fenced. Make a desirable
S2.EO0 (Macros 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. Flno young
orchard, and garden land.
J4.180 WO acres. 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
In lots of 40-ucro tracts at $25 per
M0.K00 073 acres. 8 mllos from Salem,
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining winaincuo nycr.
Will soil In tracts.
81 375 51acres,4 miles ofSalem. House,
barn nnd orchard, ljirgosprlng
at tho door. Good soil, and
Plenty oi uinuer.
$2,400.. laOocrcs, 5 miles of Salem: good
road; well Impreved: sticam
running through the place.
$00,00....400 acres (4 mllos westsldoOA
O R R ) good house, barn and
orchard, 120 In cultivation, bal
nnrn nali unit) nasturc land.
$800 10 acres, 1 mile from Salem, ad
joining lairgrouuu. uuuu lllliu;
$1,200. 40 ncres, 5 miles Salem; nil In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school bouse. Excellent fruit
$1,000 S70 acres, 0 miles from OiC It R;
all fenced; well watered. House,
barn, nnd small orchard; 150
acres In cultivation.
. Jl lots, with good house and barn,
Kusinuiem. ucairauiu luuuiun,
Wo hnvo besides this a large list of city
nnd farm property. Buyers would do well
to cull and examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CHAMBEULIN,
Opera Houbo, Court St.,
o.2Gtf Salem, Or.
Biiklu-s Anita Sslr.
Tho beat salvo in tho world foi
cuts, bruises, eorw, ulcers, saltrhoum,
rover sores, tettor, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all akin erup
tions, aud posltivtly curea piles, or
no jmy required. It is guaranteed
t give pcrrectsatlsractlon, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For salo v- Dr. H. W. Cox.
At AbMlit Care.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIETINB
OINTMENT Is only put up In large
two-mmcu tin boxea, and. Is an
titfsnluto cure for old tores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
U!u eruptions. Will positively
miro nil kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold by D. W. Matthews
& Co., 100 State street, Salem, at 25
wata jex box by mail 80 cent.
Liberated from tktlr Fetters
By tho helpful, genial action of that most
beneficent ofopcilcnts, Hosteller's Stom
ach Bitters, tho bowels soon throwofftho
burdons that paralyzed nnd wepkened
them, and resume their normal freedom of
nctlou. Tho Hot Ion of tho bitters, unlike
that of avero30 purgatives, Involves no
griping or drenching. If It did It would,
like tlieni, bo valueless for ordinary use.
Thora Is nothing unjentlo or unnatural al
tending Its opeutttou. Uixm tho liver, no
less than IhelHJWcN, Its action Is most be
nign, promoting a healthful bilious secre
tion, and dlrcctlugout of tho wrong Into
tho rliht channel. Conjointly with co..
tlvcnrs, o.lier bilious symptoms disap
pear when It Is systematically used, and
the stomach Is strengthened as well ns reg
ulated by It. Malarial complaints, i lieu
mntlsm, debility, nervousness and kidney
troubles arc completely rellocd by lu
Sleep aud appctlto)ro promoted by It.
Renews Her Youth.
Mrs. Phojbo Chcsloy, Peterson,
Clay Co., Iowa, tells tho following
reninrknble story, the truth of which
Is vouched for by tho resident of tho
tewn: "I am 73 years old, have
boei troubled with kidney com
plaint nnd lameness for many years;
could not dress myself without help.
Now I am freo from all pain and
soreness, and am ablo to do all my
own housework. I owo my thanks
to Electric Hitters for having re
newed my youth, and removed com
pletely all disease and pain." Try a
bottle, ooc. ami i at ur. u. w.
Cox's Drug Store.
Slake No Mistake.
Uy dispelling tho symptoms bo
often mistaken for Consumption,
SANTA A111E has brought gladness
to many a household. Hy its prompt
use for breaking up tho cold that loo
often developes into that fatal dis
ease, thousands can do saved iiom an
untimely grave. You make no mis
take by keeplnga bottle of this pleas
ant remedy lu your house. CAL
IFORNIA CAT-R CURE is equally
ellectlvo in eradicating all traces of
Nasal Catarrli. Roth of tlicso won
derful California remedies aro Hold
ond wnrrantcd by D. AV. Mathews &
Co.. 100 BUite St., Salem. ?1.00 a
package, 3 for $2.50.
Mr. "VV. II. Morgan, merchant,
Lake Cltv.. was taken with a severe
Cold, attended with a distressing
Cough and running Into Consump
tion In its tlrst staires. Ho tried
nitiny Bo-called popular Cough rem
edies and steadily grow wore, was
reduced in flesh, had difllculty in
breathing nnd was unable to sleep.
Finally tried Dr. King's Now Dis
covery for Consumption and found
li,i.nollnt rill(.f 11 ml lifter UhIiIL'
about a half dozen bottles round
himself well and has nail no return
of tho disease. No other remedy
nun al.nur ui irniml fl rpl'nnl of MITCH.
as Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption uuarauiecu iuuuju.it
what Is claimed for it. Trial bottle
free at Dr. II. W. Cox's Drug Store.
"The Mtrrr llalden and tho Tar."
film . n a Tiiorrlimt. hefrro she
tl.tr.wilrll tl.n fur 1 f 1T HnirilH RUIllC
as she beheld her new white gown
, -i ... ii. .... rm.i..
uuicKeiieu uy mo mi. mw i
helped a woiron run Instead of help
ing run a ship. Just so a thousand
trivial accidents and neglected
ii .. 11 ( I. .... ... .....Jmnnt
"siuaii tilings iiiKo inu iiiviiiuiuok
out of tho lives of young girls and
...iitflnnu Pnr li.llnrlv lil tills tllO
case with diseases peculiar to their
sex wiiieti uko u iiiuiu umiijuiu...
and happiness from life. However
a remedy Is found in Dr. Pierce's
"weaknesfces" orlrrcgularltles, nerv
ousness, neuralgia, and uterine
troubles. Ask your druggist.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, or Anti-bilious
Granules, have no ctiuaU. 25 cents
a vial; one a dose. Cure headache,
constipation and Indigestion.
The flno sawmill of tho Gardiner
Mill Co. at Gardlnor, In Douglas
county, near the mouth of the Umi
qua river, was totally destroyed by
lire Thursday night. Also the
schooner Una was burned to the
Important Events of tho Whole
for Twenty-four Hours.
The ISIame Lornted Politics in tho
East Other Dispatches.
lloth Captains Censured.
San Fkancisco, Oct. 12. Tho
UnltcdStales inspector of steam vec
sols upon the recent collision be
tween tho steamers Oceanic and
City of Chester holds that tho cap
tains of both vessels wcro at fault.
II'!' on the S.ump.
Mm 11 km,, Intl., Oct, 12. Gov.
Hill, of New York, Inaugurated his
canvass of Indiana at (hli place
to-day. Ho was met at tho depot
by Gov. Gray and others, nnd
escorted to an adjacent grove, whero
a largo audience had assembled.
Illulnn 'n Indiana.
Indianapolis, Oct. 12. Rlalno
was driven to the union station at
noon today and loft for; Evansvllle.
Tho station was thronged with
people, who' loudly cheered as lie
stood on the platform, aud waved
his hand aud bade them farewell.
Wll'inm at Koine.
Rome, Oct. 12.-.Emporor William
will visit tho Vltican at 1 o'clock
this afternoon. Ho will bo received
by tho pope in Throne hall. His
reception will bo marked by most
hnprcsslvo ceremonies. Tho visit of
tho emperor to tho popo does not
meet with favor lu nationalists
Store Vollow Vuvur.
Washington, Oct 12. A report
of yellow fever at Green Cone
Springs, Fla., has been received by
tho marino hospital bureau.
Dkoatuii, Ala., Oct. 12. Three
now cases of yellow fever during tho
last twenty-four hours. Ono dentil.
cases, 00; deaths, -1,
A ltoiiiunllo Career.
John Roylo O'Reilly, poet, author
and editor of tho Rostou Pilot, lias
had some thrilling experiences in
Ills life. At twenty-one ho was sen
tenced to bo shot for dlsso.xlnatlng
Fenian ideas In tho liiuks of tho
Fourth HuzznrH, of which regiment
ho was a member. Tho bontenco
was commuted to twenty years'
penal servitude in Western Austra
lia. Ho escaped at tho end of tho
tlrst year and secured a berth on a
winder, which after a six months'
crulso n-uilu lauded him lu Austra
lia. After a number or romaulio es
capes from cupturo ho finally suc
ceeded In embarking for America,
Tho Ch'oago HI 'ke
Ciucaoo, Oct. 12. The streetcar
companies, city authorities and gen
eral public aro beginning to renlio
that tho farce of running two cars
daily over their lines guarded by a
hundred or twopollco, and followed
by a howling, surging mob, is some
thing far removed from resumption
of street car trnlllc, besides being ex
pensive to the company and city
How lon;r tills will continue no ono
knows. There is less prospect of a
settlement now than at any time
since the strike began. In the
meantime the public Is paying
doublo fare for transportation and
taking the situation philosophically-
Killed hy Nlrlkers,
Dkvikii. Mo.. Oct. 12. Tho.iuyt
Wardell, a wealthy coal mine
operator, was killed lioro this after
noon bv striking miners during a
riot. Nearly all of the mine opera
tors havo engaged new men, and
these have been coming iroin abroad
for several days past. Tho action of
the operators greatly Incensed the
strikers, who have been bitter In
their expressions against their
former employers, especially War-
doll. To-day the now men were set
upon by tho strikers, and a general
hiittlo followed. There is Intense
excitement at Revler, and fears are
entertained of further bloodshed.
The sherltl and a noww have gone to
The Oregon City people want a
road to Raid mountain to bring out
the rich mlnoraU which exist there.
It Is said that tho road can bo built
Thero aro still some hopes for tho
recovery of Millionaire Flood who
Is In Europe.
Tho great republican rally at
Portland was a gigantic affair.
There wore 4000 in Hue.
It dovelopcs that Smith disguised
himself at Corvnllls and sent the
tolegram to Salem himself. Tho
barber is not as dead as ho would
havo it belioved.
Tho first locomotive that over
steamed up In Rclllngham bay was
put In motion on Cornwall's rail
road nt Whatcom yesterday. It is
called tho D. O. Mills and is now
hauling Iron to tho railroad front
Olympla was visited by nn un
usually heavy rain and wind storm
accompanied by lightning, at two
o'clock yesterday morning. During
tho storm, notwithstanding tho
darkness, Mount Rainier, sixty
miles distant, was distinctly visible,
being almost n mass of electricity.
Inspector Walter Rowcn, assisted
by Inspect ress Mrs. Creed, seized 50
pounds of smoking opium on tho
steamer Potter upon tho steamer's
arrival from Victoria yesterday.
Tho opium was concealed undor tho
skirts of two women, giving tho
nanus of Kato liollcoro and Nolllo
Jalefs. Tho women were taken Into
News Anil Notes of a (leneral In
terest to tho Westerner.
Rears are reported more numerous
than common ou Rogue river nnd
other mountain sections.
A Lakovlow man wiyuiho can
gnthor 1000 onions from his ranch
that will weigh 1000 pounds.
Every day adds fresh proofs of
tho tiuth of tho often repented state
ment thnt plenty of good grapes can
bo raised lu Oregon.
Tho enterprising Tlllnmookorn aro
soliciting subscriptions to build a
telophono lino from Tillamook to
Astoria, by way or the Heusldo and
Harding Grange, Clackamas coun
ty, will hold a fnl rou October 10th
and 17th, at Viola. There Is a no
ticeable awakening among thu
Granges of Oregon.
Many are planting extensively of
various fruit trees. Tho fruit crop
this year was simply limnenso, and
ticoplo- aro boglunlug to realize tho
advantages of this section for fruit
The Union Labor party of Oregon
has now u slate organization aud
three nominees for Presidential
Electors, as follews: E. P. Ham
mond, Medford, Jackson county;
II. It. Wllwm, Albliia, Multnomah
county; J. F. Hendricks, Hitrrlc
burg, Llun county.
Tho surveyors on tho Astoria &
South Coast railroad exjiect to com
plete tho survey to Seaside by tho
last or next week. Ah booh as tins
Is done tho engineer will inako an
estimate of tho cost of tho load, and
contracts will be let, provided thero
b no oppoiltlon to tho right of way.
P. F. Rnuly, u railroad contractor,
of Colorado Springs, Is at Albany.
Ho has accepted a suls-contract on
tho Oa-gou Piiclllo eastward exten
sion. Ho expeeU to tuko a big con
tract on the roud lu the spring. Ho
owns an extensive railroad plant In
Colorado, which ho proiKicos to
bring thero next spring.
The lH'uks lu tho Cascado range
aro nearly stripped of their perpet
ual snow. Especially Is this fact
noticeable on the north Sister, whose
oostern mid northern sides ure free
of snow all tho way up, excepting
two or three small patches, which
have tho appcaranoo of small glaclors
as viewed from Priuevllle.
Work was Ijcguu Wednesday by
tho PaclHo Rrldge Company on tho
suspension bridge which Is to span
the river at Oregon City. Bomo tlvo
of the wire cables wcro stretched
across the rher. It will take about
a month to finish tho bridge. Tho
bridge Is being built by Claokamas
county and no toll will bo charged,
for crossing It.