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..Cure Ulk" in favor
h bill in
0f Hood's Sarsaparilla,
. nttini mftdi'
Mae. Its great cures recorded in truthful,
eoDvlncInff language of grateful men and
women, constitute Ita most effective ad-
Tertislng. Many ' thc8 ourcs nro mar"
velous. Thoy havo won tho confldenco of
the people; havo given Hood's Barsapa
Tllla the largest salos in tho world, and
have mado necessary for Us manufacture
the crcatcst laboratory on earth. Hood's
girMparilla la known by tho ourcs it has
. cures of scrofula, salt rhoum and
taenia, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia
,nd weak norves, cures of dyspepsia, livor
troubles, catarrh cures which prove
Ij the bcst-ln fact the One True Blood Purifier.
.. run cure liver ills; easy to
Hnod S PlIlS take, easy to operate. yj.
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MEXICO AND SILVER.
Some Facts Regarding Labor nnd In
A. V. Temple, manager of the Mex-
lean Central Hallway, sufflclently dls
; proves tlic lies being heralded abroad
by !iic1j unreliable papers as tho Ore
I onlan, In Hie following letter. Wc
, Evc It In full.
Onice of Mexican ucnirni icy w,.
City of Mexico, Mex., Juno 20, '00.
Frank R. Forrest, esq., Jewell City,
I Kansas. Dear Sir: Answering your
i favor of the 10th instant, I enclose
yuu a copy of an article which I havo
prepared In answer to many Inquiries
inlilcliwo receive In rcferenco to our
giber standard. However, as this ar
ticle docs not answer all the questions
pyou ask In your letter, I will answer
5 the others as follews:
I would like to call your attention
.to these facts: That business failures
In Mexico are almost unknown. We
sjiave no strikes such as arc constantly
fiilhturulnt; commerce In the united
States. Such a thing as Coxey's army
Is never dreamed of. There Is work
for every one who wants It ab wages
to enable them to supply all necessary
wants. Our banks arc paying from
14 to 17 per cent dividends por annum.
Manufacturing enterprises whose
profits arc known aro paying from 10
to 20 per cent and private concerns
who do not publish the per cent of
their profits aro known to bo prosper
I think as a rule land owners hero
are of a more Intelligent class than tho
farmers of tho United States. As a
rule tho laborers are of less Intellig
ence, except where Americans employ
Ignorant foreigners, In which caso tho
Mexican laborer Is of a better class and
Passenger conductors aro paid a sal-
ry of $160 per month. Freight con-
factors are paid by tho milo and their
j ularlesrun as high as$200 per month.
p-ngineers aro also paid by tho mile
HorscS, line carriage hordes, are
worth per pair about Jl.OOoorttUJto
91,300. Common hordes about $lf0
psrpnlr. Common mules from $J to
900 per head.
Cows, Imported milch cows, from
91fi0 to 92.-)0. Good native mlli-h mu
fr jiii Imported stock f mm $il i to !)0,
and ordinary range cows 910.
Farm laborers receive from .13 cents
to 42 cents per day and found. On
tho large haciendas (farms or ranches)
of tho country it Is customary to give
each laborer a small tract of land for
his own ue. No charms It made for
this, the owner can well nlTurdtndo
this, as It enables him to secure his
labor at a less figure and render It
certain that they will not leave the
place. Owing to the climatic condi
tions from 0 to 910 a year will supply
all the wants of tho ordlnury farm
laborer In the way of clothing, hats
and shoes. As the food ration is
largely made up of fruits and vege
tables, and due to tho fact that meats
mid fats are detrimental to health in
this climate, the expense of living is
greatly reduced. Those" who speak
scornfullyjn relation to the condition
of tho Mexican laboring class do bo In
exemplification of their own gross Ig
norance. There Is no country on the
iaco oi tucenrcu wnere energy, ability
and capital will produce as great re
sults as In Mexico, nnd her prosperity
Is to a great extent duo to the race
that wo are on a silver basis.
A. V. Templk, Mgr.
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luig IhcStomachs nndBowels of
Feed the Nerves
Upon pure, rich blood and you need not fear
netvouj prostration. Nerves are weak when
they are improperly and Insufficiently
nourished. Pure blood is' their proper food,
and puro blood comes by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla, which Is thus the greatest and
best nerve tonic. It also builds up the whole
Hood's Pills are the favorite family
cathartic, easy to lake, easy to operate.
Rev. Morehouse of Mill City occu
pied tho pulpit at tho Methodist
church, Stuiday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, accompanied
by Geo. Hunt and wife, drove over to
Central to attend church services, con
ducted by Kov. Cane, of Albany.
Robert Shaw, of Mill City, camo
down Saturday evening, on a business
Mrs. lialslcy and family returned
from Newport Friday evening, after
a two weeks' enjoyable outing. They
have a number of beautiful shells as
mementos of their trip.
Kov. Parson, of Salem, and presid
ing cider of the Methodist church In
this place, preached a very interesting
and elevating sermon Sunday morn
ing. Mrs. Frank Thomas left last Thurs
day for Kansas, where she will visit
hor mother, Mrs. Lake, who was a
resident of tills place somo few years
Mrs. Hall, of Nebraska, and Mrs.
Mitchell, of Lyons, returned from a
trip to tho coast last Friday evening.
Tho Ladles Leap Year Croquet club
met again at Mrs. Derbyshire's home,
last Thursday evening, and for tho
first time, tho P. L.'s wero badly
beaten, much to their sorrow; and
ncss ind RcstContalns ncilhcr
Opium.Morpuine nor Mineral.
A perfect Ifcmcdv forConsllrw-
tion, Sour Slomach.Diarrhoca,
ncss andLoss OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
EXACT COPr OF WRAPPED.
IS ON" THE
Castor)! li sst no In ona-ilis Wli mlr. T
Is not soli in bulk. Don't allow anyone to tell
Jyoa anything else en the plea or promlss that It
Is 'jnst as good" and "will answer every par-
I pose." - Bee that yon get O-A-B-T-O-E-I-A.
llalll yJf sC7. dm
and AXLE GREASE
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware,
LAWN SPRINKLERS.: SALEM,
The Willamette Hotel.
Ketlueed'ratcs. Manae.ement lioeral. Electric em leave hokcl lor all.publlcLuulldiiu'
and.points of Interest. Special rates ill be given to permnnent patrons.
A. I. WAGNER
and are paid from 8175 to $200 per now that tho other aldo havo thelead,
ionth, in a few cases a little more.
Flreu?cn aro Paid about $100 por
month, i'10 salaries of depot agents
T7 ereatly, racing rom &50 to 825
.Per month. Clerks In tho general of
Sets receive from $25 to 250, Tho
smaller salaries are paid to li.08 Bnd
largest to tho chief clerks. lVv1
,1oi superintendents receive $350 per
roth, division train masters $175.
fpenters and Joiners from $1 to $4
Per day. Urick masons from ai to M
ray. Street car cnnrliirrnrd at nnd
fivers 73 cents. The wags Indicated
, veareglvon t0 b" native and
0rel?n artlzans. Tho less exnerlenced
feccIve llle lowest figures, tho lanrest
("ounu being paid to tho skilled
;wraen. Wheat Is worth $11 per 350
, or ($1.85 per bushel). Cotton
'cents per pound; wool from fi to 7
:aroba of 25 pounds, (or 25 to 35 cents
w Pound). Hay is not used. Tn it
tid we utilize green fedder mixed
yth wheat and barley straw. Corn
" Per hundred pounds. Tho nor-
Price of corn is about I cent per
wniU but owing to drouths in varl-
8 Parts of the country the present
wii unusually high.
White susar 12 cents per pound, na
" brown about 4 cents. Butter 75
wper pound, eggs 25 cents per
n, bacon, Imported, about 60
l" Per pound. nnu..m.....
'cattle from n., - .
.eaa. Beef cattle aro not sold by
t Pound. Ho, ,, ,..
-o-i v.. uiicK iii resu
lt is very doubtful If tho dofcated V.
L.'s will ever gain their exalted posi
tion again; not If thoS.P. know what
they are about, Is ono thing quite certain.
-ISXCTSLSIOR - STABLE
E C,r Hansen, Manager.
Onlyjrocxl horses used. Satisfaction Kuarantecd. Stabla back of State Insurance block
0. R. & N. CO.
Sme Kaa city
Seems' as if con
picks out the bright
est and best. Maybe
it isn't so. Maybe it
seems so because
consumption is the
most frequent of all
tion kills more peo
ple than wars or
Cholera or Yellow
Fever. Fully one-sixth
. .. .. j '.... it. i occur In the world are
of all the deaths th:6UAd contjon
caused by consumptlo ?' J .. .. .C.. i.
can be cured. Doctors . .timmh
wsa Incurable, but the dociv"w,IeJ?idffi
tnisUken. It would b stran 7e m e.9'ca'
science did not make some proffi; b,I
thinz were once considered 1 ,j5
The ocean steamer, the locomotive, "f"
telegraph and telephone, the phonojtra.
the electric light all these were once im
posslblerand once It was Impossible to cure
consumption. Thst was before the time
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
Taken according to directions, this standard
remedy will cure 98 per cent, of all cases of
consumption. Consumption is a disease pi
the blood. It used to be considered a dis
ease by itself. It Is not It is caused and
fostered by impurity In the blood. Purify
the blood and restore the hsalthy action to
the various organs of the body and con
sumption will be cured. It is by weakness
and loss of vitality In the blood. It Is cured
by purity and richness of the blood surely,
certainly cured. Those who have consump
tion or any lingering bronchial, throat or
lunjr disease, and those who are on the road
to them, have a positive remedy at band.
Any condition of the bodv that Indicates
weakness, any Indication of impurity in the
blood, should be attended to at once. W
of appetite, loss of flesh, loss of vitality,
nervousness, weakness and unnatural wear
iness, are Indications that the body is ron
nlnr down. Dr. Pierce'a Golden Medical
Discovery wakes the appetite good, the : dl-
Sestion stron. It build up solid, healthy
esh and vigorous strength. Thousands of
people have testified that it has really saved
their Hes. Some of these testimonials,
together with hundred of things that ev.
crybody ought to know about health ano
Ickness and medicine, have been ernbod.
led in Dr. Pierce'a "Common Sense Med
ical Adviser." This ioo3 page medical
work, nrafaselv illustrated, will be sent free
u receipt of a one-eent stamps to cover
cost of saalttM only. World's Dispensary
If you arc going east and
want to know what the trip
will cost, when you will reach
your destination and why you
should take the Jiurllngton
to Omaha, Kansis City, Chi.
cago, St. Louis and points
beyond, write to the under
signed and receive by return
mail a letter giving you JUST
uaau 1 l. the imormauon
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOIC
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
Tourist Sleeoino- Carb
To t Paul, Minneapolii, Duluth, targe,
"Vjrand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Butte.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, Boston, and all Point
JjEast an'i South
jJFor information, time-card, '.maps an
tickets, call on or wrll
26s Commercial srreet, balem, Or.
A D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Age.
Morrison St.. Corner Third Portland, Or.
for purity, and for Improvement of the com
nlaxlon nothing eqnsU Ponow's Powpmi.
Via Spokane Minneapolis at Pauljand Den.
vcr Omaha and Kansas Cily. Low rate; to
Fortland San Fiancisco,
Steamers leave Alnsworth dock, Portland
July, 26, 31 and August 5, 6, 10, 15, 20, 25
Fare Cabin, $5; steerage, 2.$o.
WILLAMFTTE RIVER DIVISION.
Steamers Ruih for Portland, Tuesday aud
Friday, at 7130 a. m.
For Corvallis Wednesday and Saturday at
Steamer Gypsy for Poetland, Wednesday
and Saturday at 7130 a. m.
For Corvallis, Monday and Thursday at 5
Lowest frelcht and passenger rates. Round
trip tickets very cheap. Tickets sold and
baggage checked through to all point with,
out extra transfer charges.
For full detail call on Hoise & Darker
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address,
Pre, and Manager.
W. II. HURLUURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or
For full detail call on or address
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest. Local gent
LP on POISON
A SPEC1 AL.I I oodArrorlNuk
Uarr 11I.OOU I'UISON permantntl
cured In 16 toU days. You enb treated A
boms for same price under same sua raa
ty. If you prefer to coma bere we will ooo
tract to dt railroad fireaad hotel bill .sol
eoefaane. If we. f ill to euro. If yon bsve teien mer
eurr. loUldo potash, and still bare atbM ao4
Rlu, Musou rsticiiea in idouiu, dij nrwi,
mnl.i. OoDDer Colored Wpote, Ulre oa
ear pin of tholwdy, Italror jwoj
we iaaranteo to enre. We solicit tt ssom .
r.rr. ..ui uid rlillncro the world
eteBsT 880,0O eepiut UblrMl oar uncoaest
Uooalacarasty. Alwofute proof MDMla4oa.
uDllctkD. Addre COO,
S100 worth f&r 10c.
(Iwd IB U fc in.MiUl kt Ulil. Urn
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