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jjlK-Webnter-llradley Co.-March 12.
A DAKOTA IIMZZAUI.
Wi.i.inm !m hucIi a lwlitlcnl ey
clone struck any locality an that
which took ltn starting point from
tho btato house last Saturday In the
removal of Sutwrlntcmlent UIow by
Gov. l'cnnoycr. It just stampeded
thu doinocratlc honta ho that they
tumbled over ono another lu all di
rection. Excited crowds were Been
-on every comer and in every public
reHort, excitedly illacusHing me
irrcnt cutoHtropho to the crop of dem-
nrntlu honcH. Tho seed of discord
which luw been budding for some
ilinoln thoganlen of tho faithful
were brought to full bloom by the
(lory fliuhos of Governor Ponnoyes's
little trail. Hut whllolt Is fun for
republicans to watch tho growth of
anlmosltloH among our iiretn
irn of opiKwito faith; while It makes
no dlireronco to uh whether the
bigger crowd of HympiitliizerH standi.
with tliu Rovunior or tho deposed
cupcrlntendont, it does make a dlf
furuiHHj to every citizen In tho Htatc
' whether tho governor had caimoas
juwlgned for Mr. Clow's removal, or
whether that removal was to wvtUfy
The governor charges him with
uplng tho convict labor of tho state
for his own use and benefit, and
falling to return to the statu the
value thereof, thus establishing tho
Imputation tlmt Mr. Clow was
attempting to swindle tho state. If
this Is true, no one can blame Mr.
Pen uoyer for Ids action. Hut Mr.
Clow denies tho Insinuation. Bays
(hat he only made use of a few
"trusties" on ouu or two occasions,
4iiid at such work as ho considered
iho state properly liable, but still,
when ho found that some persons
wero kicking about it, ho ohurged
himself with tho amount of the
jmrvlMM and imld It over at tho
proper time. To substantiate this
MtuudH Mr. Clow's record as an
Inmost man, which has never teforo
boon called lu miestlou, and also his
record us sinwrlntondout of the
jvjwliontlary, which In ull respects
tuts been clean, manly and honest.
Thus the matter utands, between
tho governor of the state and the
ohalriimii tr the Balom domoenUlu
olub, and this Is tho case upon the
rfloinoenits of Orvinta will sit In
Judgment. If tho expressions heard
.Saturday and yesterday are any lu
-dloatloii, there will bo a majority lu
fuvorof Clow, It being freely .wrt
4sl that he was rumoved fonio other
mo thitu his refusal to become tho
tool of tho governor, and his
determination to run tho Institution
upon tiUuh principles in liotxmsUiorixl
wrrvot. Tho word goon round that
mo umitlon of n jwrsonal umuhlue
I Mr. Ponnoyeri great aim and that
ho will have no u-w for any .man not
mlworvient lu furthering his euuso.
Tht wonU nre takou from demo
iratlo mouths, for republican say
very little ono way or tho othor, the
pUt in tho democratic ranks Ulng
.regular chasm. Tho only aim of
rfjwblUimti U to rvdwii. the state
from all p,wUiMty of ueh happen
lug In the AUure by sending the
dmoon.Uo administration to the
nr and giving it a ohano to learn
the wleutv of govwnimmt before
jttwiiMUR to managw a grwt im
jimnweaUh like Oivgon.
TUo I4ttrly dwiioanitto editor of
thi UltttU nWM pWHlns
when ha mii thmw a rwri or Imagi
nary Mur Many of the loyal tnwi
ullw w ilwd, who tuka proiuliiMit
lrtlHonwhlgout tUvKmtluwnt to
whkh tli U d. wllUtr U m ilotly
wedddd. lib bdMt llok in thla
Uh h lit Unit ihAOo 1imh mi wU b
tovmt Vy H who fought undoc him
w MwiUr what Uwlr 4oUUm hw
to, tfcftt irwtlU of Uw x4hh(him
who ruw t pnMHtiHMMv ttirwugh
h lrliif wtM of lh Kraal HtM$-
t- ll..m.n Whose DIBtU'J
skill did bo much In "hewing the
way to the gulf wltn we ""'
Ue 'Black EagW whose presence
on tho presidential ticket .in 1884
was the Blgnal for pride in the heart
of every unionBoldler, the Btaunch-
eet dcmocraU ngw.r.
calafllllatlons prevented their ot
In, for him. This Is the man of
whom the Vldette said in a recent
issue: , , ,
"Logan at tho war raised a regi
ment for tho Southern Confederacy
and then ho sold out to the orth
for 150,000 and a commission, was
he more honorable than a 'coppcr-
Theie was no necessity whatever
to ring In bucIi a senselona statement,
nnd the soldier democrnta of this
vicinity who fought under Gen.
Logan, feel that It Is an Insult to his
memory which they should resent.
Agitation Is going on through
out tho state for tho enactment of a
iw mnklnL' nowsnapers that use
auxiliary sheets incompetent for the
publication of legal notices.
r nininn that the lcclslaturo would
tlnd It dim'cult to frame a law that
would be Just and equitable In the
matter, and that any attempt in
that lino would work unnecessary
hnnlahln. Every man riins his
business as cheaply as his Judgment
dictates, and If hocanglveaccepiamo
reading matter to his constituency
more cheaply by tho nuxlllary plan
than by a full homo print, It is a
part of Ills business.
S. 8. Gimhi-e, tho Zena man who
claims to be a pure and unadulterat
ed prohl, washed clean from demo
cracy, through the columns of tho
Independence West SIdo nominates
Judge (Ilrutus) Denny for county
Judge of Polk county on the demo
cratic ticket. If Samuel is sucn an
ardent prohl ho should show It by
dropping his alllllatlon with tho
Misnuv loves company, Judgo
Itamsey. Eugene It. Sktpworth,
Peter D'Arcy unit other dlssppolnt
ed aspirants are happy since Clow
has been added to tho list.
Pjttku D'Ancv, tho man who
was upiolntcd private secretarj' to
his oxcellenoy, tho governor, has
nothing to say about the Clow mat
ter. He says he's a thinker now.
Will tho now wardonof tho pen
itentiary bo. tho ox-ofllclo president
of tho Salem Democratic Club?
Which will tho Democratlo Club
vindicate; their president or tho
KKAti ESTATK TKANSICI10SS.
Tho following deetls wero recorded
with the county clerk during tho
Ellon and Lute- Snvago to J. II.
Albert, 188 acres in t 0 s r 2 w:
F. 11. Uorrlnuer unil wlfo to Win.
Derringer, 80 acres In t 0 s r 2 oj
Mary A. Larklns to A. W. Forbes,
40 acres la t (I and 7 s r 2 w; $2100.
S. W. It. Jones and wlfo to S. W.
Jones, 140 acres In 1 0 s r 2 w; $3120.
J. It. Lynch and wife to J. W.
Cole. 12J acres In t U s r 1 wj $300.
Stephen lladger nnd wlfo to F.
Herlluir. 100 acres lu donation claim
or Henry Zumwalt; $1200.
Henry Greene and wife to Mrs. M,
Smith, 27.70 nerealntTs r 1 w; $700.
I. E. Putnam to Goo. W. Putnam.
261 acres in 1 8 s r 1 w; $3600.
Thomas Sim to Samuel A. Keel,
141.i5 acres lu t 0 s r 2 e: patent.
Jacob Staullbr et at. to Mary
Stautlor. S5.44 acres In t 4 s r 1 w:
Jacob htolnlwck et al. to Jacob
Staulllir, 808.00 acrw In 1 4 s r 1 w;
John Si-boll and wlfo to Elizabeth
Stautlor et al., 2 acrea in 1 4 a r 1 w;
Sarah A. HoVeudon et al. to Q,
W. Weaver, lots 1, 2, a and 4, blk 8,
lu Hubkartf: $150. '
John F. Miliar and wife to Anna
Howl, land on High street, in Salem;
$100. ' '
In aeeurdanre lth the order of lha
MHrhMt a. ONttnil Qiuttnlttee of the pro.
IHWUM)Mrty,thet)UBtT IVmxtntlon of
MM pari of Marlon county will t held in
thoeit) of Salem on Friday, March J, at
II o'ekwk a. m. tar th purWM oT noml
natluc ndldateIVrtuntyonVr, and
elo.telRg u dvlesatm to the ITohlbltlon
Stale tV)vwtlon to m hold lu Portland,
March at, 18. Thetxulsof replantation
tar the msvwI preettwu of tho county In
Mid couuty coin unl nxfUiu fbllews:
l d4to at tare to caeii prednet and
uttvaddllkMudfermchtta -olw ut (ur
bgUWUvv llk4 In th ear of ISM.
8kWut ttlKH 1 HvulKta
fl1" kww . m mtuin ui
7..tt. O... t-i--.-. "-H-:""---
j in vi wm. Marloa
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CAM. FOE BEWBUOAN COSVKSTI05.
A republican convention for tho
stateof OiegoniscaUed to meet at
I. . .., f Portland. Oregon, en
Wednesday, the 11th day of AtS1
A. D. 1888, at 11 o'oiocb. u.
fnr the nurposo of nominating cau
fSr,Hlp;rn,P. followinK officers,
to-wlt Kcprescniauve m wr-".
uZL irfentlal electors, supreme
Representative in conKicai,
X'ind district officers, ana to
'fnin:1 Tlie convention will
consist of 209 delegates, apportion
ed among the several counties as
5 lake .
Clackamas "ri ".TT
Clatsop : 'V"' -il
ColumDia ' TtV", 5
' .. .- on
lintiirln,, a -iiuamuuK
Orant g fi!iw
lnpknon 7 Wallowa
Tho same being ono delegate at
i. frnn. pnnh countv and one
.i.. fnr ovprv 150 voters and
one for every fraction over one-half
thereof, cast lor xton. jb "
mann, congressman, at tne last
general election. The committee
recommend that the primaries be
i.i,i Mnrr-li 31. 1888. aud the
county conventions April 4, 1888,
unless otherwise ordered by the
,.mhr uinfrnl nnmlTllttoG.
Republican electors and voters of
the state, wuuoui ifguiu w i
political affiliations, who believe in
the American principle of protect
ive tariff aud dignifying American
lnhnr. rrlvinir free, popular educa
tion to the masses of the people.
fr..tnnllv urotectinir all human
riniita in ovnrv section of our com'
mnn pnnntrv. and who desire to
promote friendly feeling and per
manent harmony tnrouguout tne
state by maintaining a government
pledged to these objects and prin
ciples, are cordially invited to unite
in selecting delegates to the repub
lican state convention. Respect
fully submitted, L. T. JJrowk,
W. R. Ellis,
H. B. Millkr.
W. M. Simpson.
Tho Market continues InactU castor as
craln Ih concerned. There Is a scarcltylof
butter and It Is In good demand at fancy
Wheat 67 cents,
Oats SXaM cents.
Klour to per bbl.
Potatoes weak 10c.
Bacon 10 12c.
Hay Timothy, 130, oats and cheat $H.
Apples Q roen. 81 per busbell
Apples dried bleached Scsundrled 67.
i'inni linen, utmiuc ner id.
Chickens Old taso ; young riaa
Hides Beef hides, green, sc, dried 7c;
deer skins, VOc ; sheep iielts, 1090c, accord
lne to wool.
Mutton i60 per head.
Hogs c, dressed.
Wheat Quote volley ,!131.3i ; Walla
Walla, flrm, SM2M8.
OatsMarket firm. Quote 4.$ic .
Klour Valley standards quoted al SI.00.
and Walla Vv'ollu brands fX&Q3.75, super
fine JiS0275 per bbl.
Hay Baled timothy quoted ot$I617per
Feed Bran, per ton, 16I7; shorts 18
ju : cuoppep oaney, mmij per ion
Barley Brewing, per ell. Jl J
tops Quote TfflPo per pound,
.ard Kegs, or 6 gallon tins,; 8J.
Butter-Choleo dairy. S3S7iio per lib.:
brine In rolls, 3U33c
Poultry Qiioto chickens, I3i0(4.M ns to
quality ; ducks, 31.cms.00 ; gecso tS9 ; tur
kejs, choice, 10cil2)4C per pound.
Kggs b'alrly steady ; l8o per dsien.
Pro Islons liacon, lOyjllOKo : hams, ISA
12o; shoulders C7c.
H. K. Dubois.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Krom II to S3 per day.
HALKM, - . OKGOON.
I K.WK UKUKIUi AT L.VN0KTS UV.
JLJ VTJ- OIAUIV. vorncr Or HUM mil Fmnl
",vST"r "" "W" corner txaia and Uom
mcrelal utreet. lroBipt attention and
W. .V. BKNSON-
V.PITAli UHK3E. Na II, I,
0 O. T.
hall, aeeend door nerth of PoaHJm
U JlATOM,H,0,r. LTTVariKLD,V
AtleatisH, Prohibitionists I
wlkabM atth uwal nollhir
u niU. u.777 pw?" ixarwa
Ctaieto Hotel. II Wilt ilYMll fflfT
t to lM 0BCHWlaBSf
T c. JURY.
nHHHK II 5 I Hit
nnB j ii"i Ma ihh mi
J. D. McCully
249 COMMERCIAL STREET,
WM. BROWN &l CO.
Lcatlier and Fiiiis !
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pelts and Fins.
No. SI CommcrcialJJtrect,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
At the Opera House Corner,
ARE DAILY RECEIVING
New Dress Goods,
And arc soiling the same at their usual Low Prices.
CALL AND SEE US;
Big four Families and Awhile ! ! '
Room fcr svoo-body, and the most obliging dork in tip city.
Will lake Chickens, Butter and Eggs on Account.
. r t TTTr President.
WM. N. .IjADUE. - Vlc0 prcsldenU
(bought ana bioj "a, cordlaUy
Kadat the banK B
mosi renauio .r-
A FINE LINE OF
a B. MooBsa
Witt. BUY AND 8BLL REAIi K3
tatc. Ii no reaching hundred ot
thousands of eustern people By extenslrely
Srprtlglne in nil of tho lcadlner news
Mra o? the T United Btatcs. Tholr radii
jrr tlndlns buyers or real ontoUs are un
nTMHed. Itil to the interest or those hav
fnf rSa citato to sell, to place it where
buyers come to buy. c00((ManBser
II. J. JIiNTHoriN, ABsistant.
'. front room up stairs In the Stato
School District No. 24.
ran. will be held on tho second Monday or
March, that boing
Monday, March 18. 1B88,
At Rked's Opbba House,
For tho purpose or electing ono uiooaoot
?VLvi. fn SnJrt for the term or three
rs, and School Clerk for the U , of
one year, mim "i" - - - . -
and close at 6 o'clock.
G. P. Litchfield,
cna.rn.ua. ..- .g
Aro dally nocking to KELLER 4 SONS,
The Grocers, and making purchases from
their largo stock of goods. In teas nnd
coffees you can buy a line article, while in
sugars you can get extra C, cube, granu
lated, powdered or
We are sure we can please you in price,
quality and quantity. Convince yourselt
by leaving a sample order. Nearly every
A FREIGHT TRAIN
Comes steaming lntoSalem and has more
or less goods fcr us. We keep everything
in the grocery, crockery and glassware
line. When the price of any nrtlclo
We give you the benefit. Our stock Is now
complete. We have a room
Uy 25, which Is ffllea- with new goods
KELLER & SONS,
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon" Petit Prunes
Imported Gerrran Prunes(
ah, Commercial Street.
Will have tht llrgeat boom this
' ir -
Ever known. Fjviir nni ff mi
ctnjtir 4 nj. A yr
- winiu iui jew uaya.
( CUAR CAtVEHT,
Primaries,Conveitions and Precinct Clubs.
The Marlon Q-unty Democratlo (Central
Committee mefln Salem, February Hth,
1888, and set the time for holding the pri
maries on Marci 17th, ot 1 o'clock p. m.,
and the county (invention on Friday, the
u. iuarcn, auu ociocK.n, m., in Baioot.
M The different IrcclncU areenUUcd.to the
lOHowing numuiror delegates ;
worth BolenuJ 12
ADiqua I 7
We. tba AnuLalilAd. wrtnM MmumHufl
.." -..iTrrrv-7' ---- r-izrr
nMAllla. . .VL MKn.AJ. . . aaah. Ik
' luritutHoa a asHioormic ciubs in i
eaohelubbesit. 9 the eualrm&a oTU
county eeatml temmittoe at 8lem.
II. .T, MI!T1I0BN
M !ill ! !
J. r. BROW?, seeretary,
T. L, DAVrOMON,
T. K. IIATKH.
( wUty Oeotral CommitMM.