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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1SSS.
S Repairer. "All work warranted.
offers nt T. McF. rntton's book
7-rpnFSS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
.W prs business of Walter Lowe, Is
tM JtSTtn deliver trunks, valises, pack
rf ,ny tiling else thai ho enn'cot In
ffftrawn tonny part of the city, quicker,
".'? better, mid neater, than It can be
SSJ'bynnv body else. Lenvo orders at
.. ,.- TiT-rrk Tirvpn ,'n
C o m p n n y .
Firo and Mn
rlne. j0s. VUISHT, Agent. - - Salem, Oregon.
lentl't, anthropologist, physician nnd
Sou will open nn office in tho Isey
S Block, outlay 1st, for the treatment
Jr nil dlscaics of women, and all other
Jnroiilccnses on strictly hygienic and nat
f,rd principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
SStK-niagnetlsm used. Charges strictly
modest" Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
vsroodtron frame Horso Power. Good
fw nil uses, from one to full capacity.
All for tho low price of 830. Call at tho Pa
rifle Oder, V! negnr & Fruit Preserving
Company office Salem, Oregon.
BAP FARM FOR SALE!
Willis & Chamberlain
-HAVE A- .
Farm of 230 Acres, on the 0. 4C.Il.ll,
IV M RION COUNTY, OMA HALl
Jiille from depet: 100 acres In cultivation;
houe. barn and tlno young orchard.
For sale at SIS an acre.
Call soon anil secure a Bargain!
Ij-Olllce In Opera Houe.
July 17, 153$, lm.
1 acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
agood road, frdm Salem, 113 acres In culti
vation, balance In timber. Well watered,
pd SlOOOhousoof 8rooms, moderate barn,
tellnttho door; all fenced and a thrifty
j-oung orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, nnd 97 ncres Ingrain. Pur
chaser can have llbcml terms to harvest,
PRICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Como right to the farm and savo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
H. K. uuliois. Jok Duliois
Simple Rooms for Commercial Travelers,
From SI to J3 per day.
Graduate 8tudents In
Classical. Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Business, Law,
ItUtbtoldwt.lnrzwt ond ImI ?Pn
lve Intltutlon or learning In tlie orth-
School opwis Jlrt Jlonday In Bopteniber.
feod for CHtnlogue to ...,
17: Balwn. Oregon.
CRONiSE & WILSON.
(U &4at IlMWHHgy
Uood vrork. Kair ytU.
Importers nnd Dealers in
Boots and Sloes!
General Agents for Oregon of
W. 11. Forsvllic's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, :::':: OREGON.
A. K. STRANG,
No. 803 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
DBALHll IN "
l'lumliing, Gas anil Steam Fitting.
Tinware., and Artistic JYletaJJork.
150YNT(5n COMPANY'S Furnaces'. Es
tablished In 1819.
The Mexican Land
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000.
S1LVKES $5.00 EACH.
Full Paid and Non-Assessable.
FORTY THOUSAND SHARES
with a bonus of FIVE ACRES of land to each share are
offered to immediate subscribers at par of five dollars
per share, for the benefit of
This Company have acquired an exclusive g!MJvcnMn u. .... .
tho Government or Mexico in uiohmhu ' iiii'i '""" "J "" "-"
s and Uio Gulf or Mexico. It comprises rich agricultural, grazing and mineral
diTtmiiieiiHe loresis 01 viiiiinuie umui-i, """la"-"-" '"",;;, f i
sylvnula, with n good population, n healthy, moderate ellinate .anil an
The land ollcred with the stock and for which negotiable certltlentps will
pwe S?lolenve"t,nent of luelf while each a hare wrtlclm e In tlie
!,rlso. llased on tho lowest prlco of Government land In t ho y ncd St
prlso. llased on tho lowest prlco
7 - - S - lm
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o it ,.,f..n51 birKmiJKy.1-'
t q cn i vfc -- i - ' -.- -
H..i-nioimit nnilhcttlomcm oi a, territory iuiuo-ni oue .... .... w. .......
",rVn.i i!!n,rVnn t bo ob eiTtsof tho Company. Subscription will bo accented as fol
?'S lo " VfSf,, bala ice In S,unl payments at Tl'.lrty. Klxty and Ninety dn) a.
Remit uv Drart Clinch 'Ex press or KeglstereJ I-ettcr, direct or through any Imnkcr or
and full inrormation on nppncmnni.
FOLD AND GUARAXTBKD Y
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 state St., Salem: Ok
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale DeDot.
first National Bank
M'M. X. LAWK, -DH.
JOHN MOI1J, - -
- - President.
, Vice President..
- - - Cushler.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London nnd Hoiik Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
Invited to deposit mid transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property nt
rensonabio rates. Iusuraneo on such se
curity can bo obtained nt tho bank In
most reliable companies.
KSTAULISHKU 11Y NATIONAL AUTHOIHTY
Capital Paid up, - - S75,U00
Surplus, -..--- 10,000
It. S. WALLACE, President.
W. W. MAHTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALUEIIT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. AY. Mnrtlu,
J.M.Martin, U.S. Wallace,
Dr. W. A.CusIck, J. II. Albert. ,
T. MeK. l'ntton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In private granaries or
, public warehouses.
Stato and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Dnirts
druwn direct on Now York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, Ioudou, Paris, Iterlln,
Hoiuj Kong and Calcutta.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
3 HAVING, IIAIIt CU1T1NC1 AND
Q Shampooing ncsitly done.
and Development Co.
,..nfiiniti fllinntn. nnd amnio rain fall
States the shnres
...for tlinn I lirt nnco 111 WHICH lllustJ luriy uiuunuiiu iuu
F. K. M0RELAND, Financial Agent,
No. 57 Broadway, New York.
II ! II WJl ,
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it, S
.!! . ..I. Inrf fuittkfiifftntl. mill 11. CI
illi lira irlln2 MitUfuctlon, nnd n cu-
tomer with Ilronehltls wiys it I the only
remedy that gtvox Instant .relief.
HKlllCBLI. A COVKll, DrllKUlHtS,
H" the pliiisure to Inform
aVe you tluityour l'rcpnnitlnnsiire
mllns with law Ue. 1 'Wetar
Notmne uui rraise navms oc
cnslon lo use them.
. a ...in ......11-jI. ilinnnil ilittLlrMl
In nllntritlonHortheThrrtHnd l.unw
ii Ml fciul you not only will not in
t W "tliout It youiielf. but will
recommend It to irtlien, iu wm'
have done, who have tried everythliiK
ttlxe In hIii. Money 1 no objoot wliere
aVto.A3!!!S Convince You
undone of the most drededof liunwn
The Great I-iml KntrrprUe.
EiuTKetie itiottsurcs tire being
ntloptoil Uy tlu Mexican Land ana
Development Co., for tho currying
out of the great enterprise, to which
we alluded in a recent issue in con
nection with the Unuit of Land it
lins required in the state of Tninau
lipas, Mexico. Tho hardest of tho
surveying i already done, and it is
estimated that in a year, l.SOO.OOO
acres can be surveyed, of which tho
Company will take 1,(100,000 acres.
The land lias navigable rivers, and
harbors, and coal, and dense forests
of line timber, and petroleum, and
precious metals, and other minerals;
but suppose it had nothing at all ex
cept the bare land, and suppose that
it does not bring more than the 1."
per acre, you might llgure what tho
profit will be on some million acres.
AVe Rnow what land is. AVo can
see it. J t is always where we can
examine it. The most successful
companies for some years have been
organized on land. The whole world
knows what a boom there was in
Southern California last year, and
tho many fortunes that were made.
Xono of these begin to compare
with tills enterprise in magnitude,
nor in its possibilities. It comprises
not alone millions of acres ol land
but the opening formally industries.
See the Company's advertisement
Cream soda, ico cream soda, milk
shakes, lemonades at Strong & (Jo.'s
When Baby was nick,
AVo gaTO her Caitorla.
When she was a Child,
She cried for Castorla.
When she became 3Ilss,
She chins to Castorla.
When she had Children,
She gave them Castorla.
1)8 COURT KTUEKT.
Constantly on hand tho best cmnllty of
Fresh ami Suit Meals !
And all kinds nt
iWTlio L'IjKANKHT kept maikct in tho
city. Call and t-ce for yourself.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C, Howard, Proprietor.
STATE BTIIEET, - SALEM, OKEUON.
T-A11 kinds of frotth and cured incntn
alwayn on hand. Full weight and a scpinro
leal all around.
SMITH 4 RUSSHLL.
Crockery and Glassware,
,( Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON.
Kalsominers. Paoer Hanpcrs and
AH orders will reelve prompt ullwitton.
KtlmtMt on all kinds of work In our line
oheerfaiiyKlven. Hntlifaotlon euarenUttNl
BlioitinaidCourt Houkoon Court trtt,
: . I. SCHNEIDER,
1 DKA.IJSU IX
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JBVRLKV.
rjEeaftorOnilt of Jw
Bs. ujl. . fUwtlriiw
penmaMr HIM " wrrHiitd. w ei
it WrtWrSTrwlH wattof myrdr
W rmtwy, ibbi-w
K !. On tiandtt
Mis Jeseio Dalrymple of Sftlom is
sjiending the summer at tho seaside
cottage of Mrs. Allen of Portland.
H. S. Lyman, managing editor of
the l'aeillo Express, who has lon
rusticating for tho last few weeks on
his place near Sklpanon, left for
Two of tho oheese factorrfc on
Clatsop plains have shut down for
tho season, and are now making
Our enterprising farmer C. AV.
Carnahan is running Ids new binder
on his farm on Clatsop plains; tlds
is tho llrst binder ever used iu flat
op county and is quite novel to
somoof our citizens, ami a number
have called to see it work, including
several ladles. Mr. Carnahan has
about one hundred and fortv acres
of oats to harvest with his machine.
Alter the Suijur Tlilc.
Nr.v Youk, Aug. 8. Attornoy
(leneral Taber to-day began action
in the Supremo Court against tho
sugar trust. The service of the
summons lu tho complaint was
made on the ollicers of tho trust this
morning, and an answer is required
iu twenty days. Tho people of the
States of New York are named as
plaintiffs, and the North Itlver
Sugar IJefinlng Co. Is given as the
corporate title of tho defendants.
ltov. .1. D. Dundas, of itico coun
ty, Minn., a passenger from liurope,
declared to the custom olllccr lie
had no dutiable articles. Tho olllcer
found lu his trunk, concealed be
neath a false bottom a lino Indian
crope shawl, a quantity of men's and
ladles' underwear, and 5,000 eigais
in boxes, llislmggage was seled.
The senate yesterday passed tho
'lilllToproliTlilt -Cllineso laborers
coining to tho United States. "
News received in San Francisco
yesterday from Valparaiso says that
during tho norlher last night tho
bark Success, from New York for
San Francisco, was totally wrecked.
Tho crew was saved with dllllculty.
In the Amusing Comedietta of "I'kmMIp."
Sir Chnrlcx Coldstream, a hIiiho man ol
fiiHlilon, Ih made to deprecate evcrylliliiK
In which everybody else In kupimikciI to
take an Intercut, with llm lniiKiild remiirk
that "there Is really iinllilni; In It." Ho
even extended thin criticism to the eiater
of Vesuvius, down which he looked but
wiw "nothing In It." Hueli characters are
sciirecr on this side of tho Atlantic than
abroad, but they exist hero notwithstand
ing. Hueli men need a "lllllp to naliiro" to
medicinally stimulate thelrjailed appetite,
overcome their lassitude, mil renew the
est of existence. They and others upon
whom tho world's enjoyments are bcjt.n
nine prematurely to pall, will Mud Hostel
ler's ritoiiiucli lllllers a wliolesoine and
speedy renewal of vltor and health. Al
iH'tlte rturns, dyspeptic nnd tillloiisHy m
ioiiiH illsappeiir, the nerves trow stmnir.
unci the hour of retirement Is iinmniKliI
with npprchenston of uneasy reists" when
this superlative toiilo Is employed. It rem.
edlesfe'orand iikho. rheumatism and Kid
An AbMlute Care.
The ORIGINAL AIUUTINh
OINTiMUNTiHOHly put up in liiiv
two-ounce tin boxes, and is an
absolute euro for old aores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
euro all kinds of plies. Ask for the
ORIGINAL AHIETLN.E OINT
MENT. Solu byD.W. Matthews
& Co., 100 Stato street, Bulein, at "
cunts pur box by moil 80 couta.
Bitklei' Anita Bilrt.
Tho host salvo In tho world foi
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, Boltrhoum,
fovor Boroa, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures pllos, or
no pay required. It la guaranteed
to give jMjrfect satisfaction, or money
n-fu tilled. Prlco 25 cents ier box
h..r wilo ' Dr. II. W. Cox.
Dr. I-I. SMITH
Now In isimwkU'II ol u new lMoviry in
HwdUriiM. wliluli htjtwrwlya l4l miHthirt
le. and Hew hIiim-i nUiitMiiwily mi itlm
nrroundlitlms of th lih. It win
no way luurkMi or unplwjwiit to jh
Uwt. TlM inaiiuJtaiHlirw. of It i-talm tlMtt
lt equal Ium never l--ii known before, and
by HPisyliiK It to the m-iwIIIv or M.ra
twrtli, tlmy mil I Bleniwl Ud llllwl
wllltoot isfln. Hiall t)KM tliut wniil all
kind of OviiUiI work do wIIIhhiI jailn,
vruuiTllMrtttH-oiU onDr.JI. Hmltli. T.th
xlrHtl for M whii.
Children Cry fePitcliert Castorla
Arrival at New ltcilford lien. Sro
Nuw llHDKoiti), Masti., Aug. S.
riie steamer Monoehnusett arrived
at Vineyard dock, tills city, this
owning, before (1 o'clock. Tho funoiiil
train was waiting tho arrival of the
boat. Silently and slowly the eolHn
was borne to and placed iu the ear
prepared for it, while tho family
party stepped into the private enrol'
Vice-President Thompson. The
members of the party who were to
accompany the remains to Wash
ington took their places in two Pull
man ears and iu a few minutes the
(rain drew out of the depot.
coMiM.irriNu Tin: AititANmniuxTs.
Washington. Aug. S. Gen. Pco-
lleld and three of his stall" arrived
hero to-night for t lie purpose of per
fecting the arrangements for Gen.
Sheridan's funeral. Jlo will issue
tickets of admission to St. Mat
thew's church to the president and
cabinet, heads of departments and
members of the house and senate,
and private Individuals. The church
will scat about 1000 people, and the
Invitations will have to be restricted
to that number. Tho military
guard of honor will consist of a de
tachment from tho regular army
and a detail from the Loyal Legion.
Tho funeral procession from tho
church to the grave will he strictly
a military one. No place will he
made In the line for members of the
CI. A. H., Loyal Legion or any other
military organization. This course.
has been adopted at the request of
IIauti-'oi.d, Conn., Aug. 0. The
trthi'lMttrli.- ll....Y.iiiilj. 4.r.CS.4ii
Sheridan reached here at 11!: 15 A. M.
Tho train will reach Harlem river
at about 5:110 A. M., and Washing
ton nt :i P. M.
JSai.ti.mohk, Aug. 8. At the
special request of Mrs. Sheridan,
Cardinal Gibbons will preaeh the
sermon at tho funeral of Clou. Sheri
dan on Saturday iu addition to
Cincinnati, Aug. 8Wllllani
Aukland, from Dayton, hIioI Super
intendent Joseph JSally, Engineer
Albert W. Cryer and then himself
this morning at tho Itoekwood Pot
tery Company. No enuso Is assign
ed, hut Aukland has been acting
strangely of late. Jlo Is supposed to
lie Insane. Aukland will tlie. Tho
other two are iu a critical condition.
Tomimi'iit 1'lr.i Trap Hi. rut.
NkwYokic, Aug. 8, Enrly this
morning a four-story tenement house
lu avenue A caught lire. Tho fam
ily of Gustavo JSeg, consisting of
himself, wife, daughter and mother-in-law,
living on tho top floor, were
burned to death. Tho other occu
pants escaped. Tho financial Iohh Is
Ex-Oov. J'orter persisting lu de
clining the honor, Gen. Ilovoy was
nominated for tho governorship of
Larry Donovan, tho famous bridge
JuiiiIKir, was killed In Loudon yes
terday, while leaping from Hunger
GuyCnndorllpiMj, a middle aged
single man was killed lu Los An
geles yosterduy by a pllo of lumlier
falling on him.
All Now York Ih fu oxoltement
over the anticipated arrival of JnintM
G. Jllaluo who was looked for yes
terday but did not arrive.
In Atlanta, Ga., yostorday, Gov.
John Jt. Gordon and other Htato olll
olals wore nominated for ro-olectlou
at tho democratic state convention.
Win. David, tho well known
comedian, died at Choyouuo on Tues
day. Ho was on his way to Still
Francisco with Daly'H Dramatln
Company. Ho was 76 years of age.
Holnirt Garrett has become very
violunt, and iMottplng from his at
tendants has tried to lujuru himself
by Jumping from tho htwpltal win
dow, It Is, still iHilIavwl that If the.
bndu trouble win I gvaroomu hu
i ,ii iirfi,a.