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ST. HELEN, FIANO TUNER. AND
!. Jj t tv MiP. Pntton's book
Sore, State street, aiem, ur,
Leave unci ? ,r: ;
nPuESS WAUUri, UiUVJUiuoarD
Hdellvcry. Wm. Rennle havlnc bought
,-ti cypress business of Walter Lowe, Is
prepared to deliver trunks, ynltses, pack
Stel, nnd any thing else that he can get In
hf, wiRon to any part of the city, quicker,
rafer, better, and neater, than It can bo
done by any body else. Leave orders at
Fire and Ma
JOS. ALBEKT.TAgent, Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician nnd
surzeon. will open au onlce In the New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for the treatment
.of all diseases of women, nnd nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hypieulonnd nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen nnd
lectro-magnetlsin used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 176, Salem, Oregon.
first National Bank
l SALEM, OREGON.
WM. N. LADUE, President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIR, Cashier.
"Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal ndvnnces mado on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property at
reasonnoio rates. Insuranco on such so
curlty can bo obtained at tho bank In
most rcllablo companion
EsTVlliaSHED BY NATIONAL AUT1I01HTY
Capital l'aiil up, -Surplus,
- - 75,U00
- - - 10,000
R. S. WALLACL', - - President.
V. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, -' - - - Cnshier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Mnrtln,
J. M. Martin, 11. S. Wallace,
Dr. V. A.Cuslck, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Pntton.
To turners on wheat nnd other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
eithua In private granaries or
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rate. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
FrnneUco, Portland, London, Paris, llerlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
; Importers nnd Dealers In
loots and Sli
Gene ral Agents for Oregon of
K B. Forsyte's Infallible Cera Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(0a K, Good's oW stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
MRinrc . m
The Capital National Bank
Take Note of Tul.
TR SJOO WK WILL 8BLLS0 tr
i.wHI Improved grdo toad, within
SUi or Hdein. Oood road to tows Om
,Wuni BudlBiood. HNE JfOUNB
CHARD Bd umOmIpmi UiBd. TMj
bargain, nnd wHlbe bold only hort
" t Umm figure. CWL b4 w wOI
WlLUfe 4 CHAMBKKUX.
Opera Houm, tialem, Or.
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank,
The Mexican Land
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000.
SHARES $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 the Treasury.
This Compnny have acquired an exclusive grant of several million acres of land
from the Government of Mexico In thostnto or Tnmnullpn, bordered by tho state of
Texas and tho Gulf of Mexico. It comprises rich agricultural, grazing nnd mineral
InndVimmenso forests of vnluablo timber, and opportunities for vast publloenterprises
In tho development nnd settlement of a territory almost as largo ns tho state of Penn
sylvania, with a good population, n healthy, moderate climate, nnd ample rain mil.
f ho lnnd oilered with tho stock and for which negotiable certificates will bo Issued, will
provo a choice Investment of Itself whllo ench share participate in tho whole cntor
prUo. llased on the lowest price of Government liuid In tho United States tho shares
will have a valuo many times greater thnn the prlco at which these forty thousand aro
offered to carry out tho objects of tho Compnny. Subscription will bo accented as fol fel fol
eows: 'J."i per cent, cash, balnnco in equal payments nt Thirty, Sixty and Ninety days.
Hemlt by Draft, Check, Kxpress or Hcwlstcrcd letter, direct or through any banker or
broker. Prospectus nnd rull Inform.Ulon on application.
F. K. MORELAND, Financial Agent,
No. 57 Broadway, New York.
P ,n n.. .(in '
fi n i rT inn urriLr
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O . y ytK
SAVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which doos not get bctter7 Have you nn ox
ceMlvo secretion of mucus matter In tho nasal passage? Aro you troubled by
king, spitting, weak nnd Inflamed eyes, frequent soreness of tho throat, ringing or
roaring In tho ears, more or less Impairment of tho hearing, loss or smell, memory lm
nn'lred dullness or dizziness or the head, dryness or heat or tho noso? Havoyou lostall
sonsoorsmcll? Is your breath foul? If so, you have thoCutnrrli. Somo have all those
symptoms, others only a part.
Restores tho sense ortnsto and smell, removes had tnsloand unplensant breath, rosult
lnir from Catarrh. Ensv and plennnt to use. Follow directions and a euro Is guaran
teed by D. -V. MATTHEWS I Co.
C VPTAIN CHAKLKS L. DI3ION, of Now York City, fonnorly special agent or tho
Phoenix nnd Home Insuranco Company nt San Frnncnco, Cnl.. says: "1 Iinvo been
troubled with Chronic Catarrh fir twenty years. A friend in Woodland, Cnl., recom-
nimiilnil rnitf I 'OllliirniU ,j 1I.jU ILI'j. X
curative prepertle: but I must say.uneruhlng three Jars.1 mil cured of tiiatdlsjf listing
dlsoasa. Inclocd find $5 for which hcml me California CAT-It-CUUK for some friends,
who nre suirerere."
SOLD AND GUARANTEED IJY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Depot.
Graduates Student In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, business, Law,
Itbitheoldet,Urgtt and Umt !
slve IutHutton ofWsrnlmc la tlw North-
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ShMMlIu Alter. OMMMlta MlBlO' Ul.
SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15,
A fine line of hacks, buggies, carts, car
riages, buckboards, etc. llotn our own
make nnd the best eastern mado buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBING and HORSESHOEING,
Call on the undersigned, wagon nnd car
rlago mnkcrs and blacksmlths,2SS, 312
and 311 Commercial street, Snlem.
and Development Co.
llKUIUUU l J11
Dr. H. SMITH
Now In pour. mown ot a new discovery in
indielne,whloh Is purely u looal antwitlieU
Ic, and acts almost lnstntaneouly on the
(nrnnindlng tluefl of the tveth. It U In
no way injurious or unptfuant to the
taste. The manufacturers of It claim that
ll euuai n&g nsveruevii hikjwii uturv,uu
by applying It to the sensitive or sore
eon be cleaned and nil!
kinds of denial work done without pain,
urouM lutlliu-Mill nn Dr. II. Kmllll. Ttwtll
fuii fiuui iiini wnnt mi
extraoted for SO oenU,
The Standard Combination Pcnee!
No. 260 CwMMfcbi St.
All Styles of FettiBg Made U Order
ON SHORT NOTICtt.
jfy il ) v l
Jiiic uiil iiiiiu iniiti 111 iin
The wheat crop of Umntllln coun
ty 13 estimated at 12,000,000 bushels ;
the yield in Linn county will bo
about half that amount.
Polk Co. Observer Polk county
Is coming to tho front with the big
gest crop yields of any county In tho
state. Polk can1 1 be beat for a wheat
A gas and electric light plant is to
be set up in Baker City. Tho city
council has has just grant ed an ex
clusive franchise to maintain tho
same for fifteen years.
Weston Leader: News comes from
nil sides that tho crops of wheat are
yielding surprislugly well, and that
the quality Is superb. Everything
indicates a good price, therefore all
should be happy.
Ou tho Oregon Short Line, on Sat
urday night, two miles west of Ilarn
harts, a freight train broke in two,
without being observed by the train
hands. After running awhile tho
rear section collided with tho for
ward cars, smashing ten of them,
and badly demoralizing a car load
of horses. A weak coupling link
caused tho accident.
Tho Ilpiiilly Iloimo-lly.
Few realize what an enemy to
man Is the tho common house-fly.
It is bad enough to have them crawl
over our berries; It is tantalizing to
have them speckle our glassware; It's
maddenlngto have them Investigate
our bald heads, but there are deeds of
which the fly is guilty that put all
these In the shade. Flies eat sewage
and putrid matter that is reeking
with disease germs until they aro
filled with them, and thou bite us
and so inoculate us with disease,
or leave tho contagion in our food.
We hear a great deal about the
little things that make up life. Let
somo one I ell us about tho little
things that causedeath. Philadel
Union Signal: Airs. Maggie Van
Cott, tho evangelist, of Uatskill, N.
Y., oH'ersher icivlces for the prohi
bition party till after the election.
No woman In America is better
known or has more friends. Tho
eloquent Mrs. J. Ellen Foster is
working hard for the republicans,
What lady will stump for tho doniO'
An exchange says the Grant club
in Chicago has voted to prohibit tho
oale of liquor in their rooms, and tho
Northern Pacific railroad on all of
Krrsli i'.ytry 1M).
Farrar & Co. have a frosh Htock of
fruits, voKOtablos and berries every
day, and their fancy and staplo
grocery department is constantly re
A Woiuiu'r HlMrorrr).
"Another wonderful discovery has
lieen made and that too by a lady in
tills country. Disease fastened its
clutchos upon hor and for seven
VOarSHIlO WllllHUMm USMJVUlur lumn,
but her vital organs were under
mined and doath seemed Imminent
ior inreo uiouins hiio cougueu m-
,nii( 1.. ,111,1 .illlfl lint tthutll. KllO
IxHiglit of us u bottle of Dr. King's
ew iJiscoveryiorv;oiiHuiiiiiiniii mm
was so much relieved on tiiklng first
doe that sho slept all night and
with one bottle hiwbeon miraculous
ly cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther
Lutz." Thus wrlto W. C. Ilamrlck
,t Co., of Shelby, N. C.-Oot a freo
trial bottlo at IL V. Cox's Drug
A Cholre Inmtmrnt.
The Mexican Lnnd and Doveloj
inont Company, of No. 67 Uroad
way, New York, havo acquired a
grant of nubile land In t,ho suite of
Tamaullpas, Mexico, ; covering sev
eral million ncren. It cover tho
most fertile section of land on the
Continent, with a soil so rich unil a
climate so porfect that threo crojirf of
some corottU nre produced in ono
year. I u foreaui are abto imixuwable
with the growth of rare and valua
ble woods. Tho standing timber
alone more than warrant the wpl
tllizatlon ofthe company controlling
the grant, yet in value- It reprentH
but a fraction of the worth of the
millions of acres Inexhaustible In
fertility and productlvewwrf. A
limited amount of the Comjwny'H
stock Is offered for sale at fA per
share. With each share I given a
certificate which entitle) the holder
to five acn of land free. Bee ad-vertU-'iivent
The l'rlce of Clric.
Sacuamknto, Aug. 14. A con
vention of fruit-growers and vine
yardlsts was held nt Grangers' hnll
this afternoon to form n protective
association of grajxi-growers to llx
tho prlco on grapes, and to prevent
tho wino-makera of San Francisco
and other places from monopolizing
tho profits of their industry. After a
long discussion It was finally decided
to leavo tho question to a committee
who will negotlato with tho wine
makers to secure satisfactory prices
for vine products, and if this scheme
falls tho committee will proceed to
arrange for building a co-operative
Tho t"eml Itotlvoil.
LouiaviiiLK, Ky., Aug. 14. Ad
vices from Catlettsbunr say tho Hat-
fleld-McCov feud has broken out
again. Tho troublo was stirred up
by tho sheriff, who went out to
summon a witness In the Hut Held
case, and was attacked. This was
followed by a meeting Sunday be
tween the Hatfield and McCoy
gangs, since which threo of tho
former have been killed and several
of tho latter badly wounded. More
fighting is expected to follow very
llliplllllU'llll UollRrt'HHIIlllll lloltH.
Nr.w Yokk, Aug. 14. Congress
man A. P. Fitch of this city has re
signed his membership in tho repub
lican organization of Ids district.
He says ho Is in favor of reasonable
revision of the present tariff, In the
direction of decreasing tho cost of
necessaries of life, and supplying tho
American workmen with cheaper
raw materials for manufacture. He
la also absolutely opposed to any re
dlon of taxation on whisky.
Hy reason of the state of chronic
incredulity In which many men
pass their lives they miss half the
good of this world. They seem to
think that doubt and unbelief are
proofs of wisdom, and through fear
of being deceived reject much that
is true and good. To such minds
the statement that Dr. Pierce's Gul
den Medical Discovery is a real and
proven cure for all diseases caused
by a torpid liver, bad blood or scrof
ulous humors carries with It Its own
condemnation. They do not believe
It, npparautly, because we say so;
and yet what more, or less, limn this
can wo doV We know the facts, and
If wo did not make public the great
value of this remedy few would prof
it by It. Wo try to do our duty In
tho matter and ft remains for the
doubter who needs help to overcome
his nrcdludlce and give It a trial.
$'500 Howard for an Incurable case
of chronic nasal catarrh offeied by
tho manufacturers of Dr. Sage's ca
Prom lllrtli to I lie Urate
Wo carry Willi uh certain pliynlwil troll,
iih Mloc'rtalii mental oluimok'rlMlwi. In
Honiiicli that pxyulinloKlHtH lmo Ktrlw'ii to
dcHlKiuito by KPiii'rlc "I"" certain teinr
iiineiitM HNilhe blllouH, tho nitrvmtn,; the
lympliatlo. Tho Individual with a willow
tnupl'xlon In wt down iih IjIIIouh, ofKui
rightly no. If tliuHHllrou In tlu liueofhlx
hUIii Ih tnimtble to bllu In tlm blood, Uh
prokoueoln tho wronK plaue Inntttud of tho
liver, will alw) Ih) evinced by fur on tho
tongue, pain beneath the right rllM and
through the right Hhoulder blade, Mhik
lieadHChe, ontl)Htloii, llatiilenoe and In
illgwtlnn. Knr the relief of rhln very coin,
inon, but not ementlHlly iwrlloim coin
plaint, there Ih no more genlat and
thorough remedy than Hiwtetter'H Ktoin.
aeh Hitter, which l al a lienelUtml
tonic hikI utreuKtli promoler, nnd b widely
twtwinwl riiily for and proventtlve of
fever, and ague, rheiiuiHtlitiii, kidney and
When Ilaby nu lelc,
We k&to her CtorU.
When die wm a Child,
Sho cried for Cutorla.
When ho beeaine Ilie,
Hhe efune to CulorU.
When lio hod Children,
Slid gare them Outerla.
rallfornl, thr Unl at UlworerlN.
Why will you lay nwakoall nMit,
coughing, wneu that most ollWtlvo
ami agreeable California remedy,
Santa Able, will give you Immediate
relief HANTAAHIKIh tho only
guaranteed cure for Coiimnujitlon,
Asthma and all Hronchlul Com
plaints. Hold only In largo bottles,
t 1 00. Three for & 60. I). W.
lHllllUWX OS v-l., l'l bwio nunil)
Suluin, will lie ploawxl to supply you,
and guarantee relief when used uh
directed. CALIFOHNIA CAT-H-CUHIS
never falls to relieve Catarrh
or Cold In the Howl. Six inontlm
treatment, ?1 00. Hy mall, $1 10.
GtaUiren Cry ftrFltclter's Caitorla
The report of the city assessor of
Spokane Falls places the population
of that city at 10,300.
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt was se
riously hurt at Newport, It. I,, yes
terday In a carriage accident.
Hy tho burning of a convent in
New York City ou Monday night, .
n loss of (550,000 was sustained.
A largo dynamite bomb was found
yesterday ou tho Hurlington truck
In Chicago. Tho police suspect the
strikers of tho outrage.
Some mall robbers havo been
caught In Chicago who havo stolen
upwards of $100,000. Important de
velopments are expected.
Elevator "A," In Peoria, Ills., Is.
reported ablaze, and likely doomed
to destruction, owing to broken
pumps. It is an Immense structure.
Thirty convicts en route for SUk'
rla mado a desperate attempt at es
cape on Monday night. Eleven
wero killed, ten wounded, and six
Tho supremo court of Washington
Territory has alllnned tho decision
of the district court, pronouncing
the woman suffrage law unconsti
tutional. Tho "American" national party
convened In Washington, D. C,
yesterday, Ex-Gov. Isaac Sharp, ot"
Kansas, called It to ord-jr. No presi
dential nominations yet made.
The relief committee of the In
fected town of Jacksonville, Flu.,
appeal to congress for pecuniary aid,
A bill appropriating $200,000 for the
needed purposo Is now pending.
In Newport tho people hail a time
last evening on the harbor hill be
coming a law without signature of
tho president, it appropriates? 150
000 for tho repair and extension of
the Jetty at that place.
Charles Crocker, the Central Pa
cific millionaire, died yesterday,
aged 07 years. Ho was hurt two
years ago In a carriage accident, and
never recovered from his Injuries,
I leleavesan estate orlhJS.M,(K)0,HH.
William Davis, while conllned ill
tho city Jail at Hpokone Falls yester
day, attempted sulfide by hanging
hlniHoir with Ids suspenders, and
then by running a darning needle
into his breast. 1 lis conscience was
disturbed by a murder ho commit
ted at a gambling table somo years
F. .1. Catterllu, the phologanhcr
opposite tho court house In Biilem,
makes a specialty of taking tho pic
tures of babies from one day to three
years old, and until tho middle ot
September will take negatives ot
them five. And ho warrants llrst
olasH work for older persons.
Tbr rrIU't IJnantmuu.
W. I). Suit, Druggist, Hlppus.
Intl., testllles: "I can recominond
Klcetrlo Hitters us tho very best
remedy. I5very bottlo sold him
given relief In every case. Ono man
toon six noiiies. aim w uiu
Hheuuiatlsm of 10 yoatV Htaiiding."
Abraham Hare, druggist, Hollvllle,
Ohio, atllnus: "Tho best selling
...... ii, .,,, i liiivii hvikv liniidled In
my t!D years' exKirlonce. Is Klectrlo
Hitlers." i noiisauon "i innui i"
added their testimony, m that tho
verdict Is unanimous that Klectrlo
Hitters do euro all dhwnsoM of tho
Liver, Kidneys or Mood. Only a
half dollar u bottlo at Dr. II. .
Cox's Drug Store.
Riickltn'i Arnteft Hilre.
Tho bust salvo In tho world for
outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, sultrhcinn,
fever soroe, tetter, ehappod hands,
chilblains, corns, and ull skin erup
tions, nnd positively cures piles, or
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect Batlsfuctlou, or money
refunded. Prlco 25 ceuta jor box.
For sulo - Dr. II. W. Cox.
Ao AbKlite Care.
Tho OUiaiNAL AHIKTINIu
OINTMKNT Is only put up In largo
two-ouueo tin boxes, and. is uu
aluwluto euro for old sores, burns,
wounds, ehappod hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will poBltlvtily
cure nil kinds of plies. Ask for tho
ORiaiTAL ABEETINE OINT-'
MKNT. Bold byD.W. Matthewa
k Co., 100 Btato street, Bolom, ht 26
cents per boxby man 80 cento.
8ubcrlli for TlfK CAl'lTAt
ry SUtbio, ftetom. Or.