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L60AL AND GENERAL NEWS-
Salea Grange Resolves Against
. Food Adulteration,
DEMSQUENT IHSSRAVCE COXPAXIES.
fill Janrairt CobpsbIh fill ( Couplr wltk
tte Stale tsreraice Uwi.
Under an act passed by the legis
lature at the session of 1887, no Ann,
corporation or tvwoclation Is allowed
to transact a life, flro or marine In
surance business In the state with-
out a certificate from the Htato in
surance) commissioner authorizing
and permitting the transaction of
such business. The law also pro
vides that within thirty days after
tho first day of January each com
pany doing or proposing to do hi
ndrance business In the state, shall
apply to the secretary of state, who
for such license.
Tliere aro now iIRy-suvcn com
panies dolug busincsss in Oregon
and out of this number fifty -one
have compiled with the law. Six
companies have made no ellbrt to
comply and have not even asked for
a license. Acting Commissioner
CanU H. L, Lovcll has notified these
companies and warned them of the
consequences of their non-compll-unco
with tho luw and if they do
not come to time within u very few
lays they will bocompelled to with
draw from business in this shite.
. jmsmsaum- -
Watlcaale TtcetiMUfl t ratlut ai ttktr
Heoi vtS U Trtrnt Ontaglai at
Tie Heal Wun t Attached.
1). C. Ivonsbury, deputy shcrlffof
Multnomah countv. arrived hero on
Saturday evening having In his cus
tody a prison committed to tho
penitentiary to servo a year. His
commitment papers wcro correct In
every respect save that thoy lacked
tho county seal, which had been for
gotten in tho officer's hurry to catch
tho train. AVarden McKlnnon re
fused to accept the prisoner under
the commilhicnt papers until tho
eaj wuh attached, and tho deputy
was compelled to turn tho prisoner
overtoBhwlirMInto for safe keep
ing and return to Portland to havo
the defect remedied. Tho jwpers
will probably be sent to Sherlfl'Mln
to this evening with a double seal
and a yard of rcd-tapo attached and
tho prisoner will be turned over to
Dr. Harry Lane, superintendent
of tho Insane Asylum, and his two
assistants, have a wholesale job of
vaccination on hand. They have
commenced vaccinating each and
every one of the 480 patients in the
asylum who has not been inoculated
with vacclno virus within the past
five years. The prevalence of small
pox on the Pacific coast at tho pres
ent time is the reason for this very
necessary precaution. In the first
stages of this terrible disease the pa
tlcnt's delirium Is very apt to be mis
taken for Insanity and his committal
to the asylum would result in the
spread of the disease throughout the
Institution. This occurred once
when the asylum was located at
East Portland, causlntr man v deaths.
and it was with great difficulty that
attendants and nurses could bo
found to vmlt upon the patients.
The work of vaccinating the inmates
Is about half completed and hereafter
every new arrival will be subjected
to tlds treatment before he or she is
admitted to the receiving ward.
Fred Kelley, the attendant who
was taken down with scarlet fever
several days ago Is getting better
and it is thought that ho has the
disease in its mildest form. He! is
kept in tho pest house, a detached
building some distance from the
main building, and has the care of a
competent nurse. Charles Zanker,
the Tuctonlo shoemaker of the in
stitution, after a visit to his family
who live down town, returned to
tho asylum and informed tho super
intendent rhat ono of his children
hud been taken down with the
measles. Tho superlntcnt compell
ed him to disrobe and don a suit of
patients clothes, whllo his own were
belugdislufected In tho "dead room.'
Tho entire building has been thor
oughly fumigated with sulnhur.
stick brimstone and other disinfec
tants, and tho danger of contagion
bus been reduced to the minimum.
County taxes are delinquent
Kepublican club to-morrow night.
Judge Flynn, of Albany, Is in the
The board of trade meets to-morrow
Supreme court for the March term
Mrs. A. M. Aiken, has returned
Henry Goddard, of Portland, was
in me city yesicraoy.
Miss E. S. "Waterous is visiting
friends in Portland.
President B. T. Arnold, of the
State Agricultural College, is In the
A now MmA .otvl linu rrnlna (ntn
vr wuiv i.i o fS""" .jw
effect on the cast side division of the
narrow gauge roau.
11. McArthur, a recent arrival
frnm Town, lino irnnn Infn ihn lifrlf
commission business here.
Tlio nntmnl aptinnl mnointv will lw
hnlfl In flip nnnifi finnan tn-ntfrhf. A
stormy session is expected.
Major Frank Hodgkin came up
from Portland Saturday night and
will remain in the city several days.
Wallis Nash, second vice president
of the Oretron Pacific milmiul. 1 In
MissMattie Russell, a student of
me winamcite university, nas re
turned to her home at Ashland.
Oscar Tavlor. tho contrnctnr. hn
- -- . - , . ,
moveu oacK to csaiem
Stayton pan. boast of two new
T! 1 T .!,.. nt QlllillltlltV llflS
been visiting friends In Stayton tho
last few days.
Miss Cora Cooper has stopped
from school on account of sore eyes.
She Is much missed by her school
mates. There is to be a leap year party at
Mr. J. Shaw's Wcdneday night. AH
tho rfrls aro trying hard to see wno
will take the nicest looking gentle
man. Peter Thomas and Daisy Brlggs
went to the Waldo hills last Sunday
Wnmnlirpv. wlinhnslatclv returned
to her maidenhood home from
Wasco county, which is her home
Rlllnh Smith, who has been stav-
Ihm I.. Qnlnm fnv anmd tlmn lina
returned to his home here, bringing
wltn mm nis granuaugnier, iuiss
Ida Smith, to keep house for him.
Grandpa Smith has been ill for some
time but he is now slowly improv
ing. Whi InlUnrilmW f! T II gnil
"- -. . .. . . . . -.. W. U
several other iadies not of the order,
met at the residence of Mr. Wiles to
quilt the W. C. T. U. quilt The.
For Books, Stationery f Fancy Goods !
LQ0 TO ' ' '
T. McF. Patton's,
98, STATE STREET.
TO BE SHOWN
has been livlne
Cant. Henrv Alpxiun1fr. nf ln.
Cov. Polk countv. linn hpnn in Inn
city since Saturday receiving medl-
A letter received from Secretary
of State McBride to-day gives the
pleasant Intelligence that his health
is still Improving.
Dan W. Iln.ut. ft rlHliifri-niinrr
, . - "F " --.p j wu..b
nsier oj tseame, wno nas
This iiftcrnoou a German by tho
name of Hush, who lives out near
tlio poor farm and n Irish tramp,
who lives utmost any place, com-
lIAItnnil t I a. .....! .. . ll.. li
ivm-vii MinLunHlllK U1U IlieniS Of
he rer law Sorb Sawing,
Tho funniest circuB tho ImnL'lnn-
tion could picture in lino of wood
Miwlug, was vislblo this morning in
tno yard hack or the Capitol Adven
ture Co's store. A stout, hearty
looking man came along and struck
Mr. Frledniuu for pecuniary hhsImI-
ancc, as ho was out of funds and
work. Mr. F. told him there was
awood-pilobackoftho store, upon
which ho could exercise himself and
cam somcininir. an rhriit. iwj.i
try; so u saw and buck were furnish
ed and (he pile pointed out. Klmi-t.
iy after, Mr. Friedman looked out
io ecu non iuu
Portland for several davs
yesterday for the Sound.
members took lunch and after the
quilt was finished they forgot thoy
were women and encaircd in cirllsh
out-door spofts. Tho following are
the names of those present: Mrs.
Dr. Kitchen, Mrs. Dr. Cole, Mrs. W.
II. Hobson-. Sirs. J. Shaw. Mrs. G.
W. Hunt' Mrs. G. K. Thomas, Mrs.
F. Roe. Mrsr D. Stayton, Mrs. ,E.
NeQ; Mrs. J. Grier, Mrs."C. R.
-Uriggs and daugtiter Daisy, Mrs.
Feifon, Mrs. R. Veal. Mrs. -W.
Preston, Mrs. L. BrownLftlrs., Avery,
jirs. woney, airs. a. jj. uaruner,
Mrs. Hnlllnter. .Tr Afra T TWhv
Mrs. W. Bailpy and Mrs. L. Jeter.
CRANE'S STATIONERY, PLAIN AND FANCY. ASHTON LE
GAL CAP, PLAIN AND NUMBERED. TYPE WRITERS'
MATERIAL. ACME WRITING AND SCHOOLS
TABLETS. FABER'S PENCILS AND PEN
HOLDERS. RUBBER BANDS AND
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO BE SEEN TO BE AP
PRECIATED. McGlLL'S STAPLE PRESSES
AND STAPLE BINDERS.
Tissue Paper of all Shades, and Materials
lor raper howers. ' . .;-
MABIE TODD'S DHMOND POINTED GOLD PENS-ALL WAR
RANTED. WIRT'S FOUNTAIN PENS--BEST IN THE
MARKET. CAMBRIDGE BIBLES, CHEAPER AND t,
BETTER THAN THE OXFORD. BROOKS'
NORMAL TEACHER- PAGE ON
TEACHING. T.RACY'8 TEACH- ,
ERS' RECORD. NORMAL
li . Minvuiwiim iuu men is oj j cvu m iuujuu progressed, and
their respective countries and ooun- t"en stood tho bold itinemut. with
tTfl.lon uvor ii llim fnmin In u..l.i.. I hlH hiiw liriwvwl luinn.. ti... . 1
5r'i whlskoy don on ammierclal "' 's stomach, and in ids hands a
Hon. William Cornell, us strong a
prohibitionist as ever voted a ballot,
called at this olllce to-day to sign
the roll of the republican club and
to reiterate Ilia well binwn nll,.,rl-
anco to the grand old party.
LlltO KaVflfH 1111(1 Afllld Afnrr.rlo
-l -.. .-.mj illUbkllj
Savago left this morning for San
i'rancisco. via Yaqulna, Miss
Savilire will visit nlnflvia In RinHi.
crn California for a few months and
Lutowlllgoon to Illinois to visit
Win. J. Clarke, formerly of this
city, has accepted a position as Pull
man car conductor on tho Cascade
aivisiou oi tlio JNorthern Pacific and
will probably run over tho Switch
back from Portland to Pasco junction.
oym' A- Wheeler, ex-assistant
btate Treasurer has resigned his
position as Social Agent of the
Oregon I' ire and Marino Insurance
Companvuiifl will )w.rnfi,.. i..i
his wholo time to his business in
Salem,. Or., -Mch. 3, '88.
Your committee on resolutions
beg leave to submit the following
WHEREAS. It is a well known
fact that tho ordinarv nrflnlpo 'nf
food for comsumption such as. tea,
coffee, ugar. spices, lardt butter,
dried frujta etc., are adulterated to
Such an extent' bv unKcriiniilnuo
manufacturers .as to render their
moderate use exceedingly injurious
to tho henJtb. of the consumer,
therefore be it
Resolved That we are in favor of
a law being enacted by the incoming
ledsluturc to rcauiro under unltnlilo
penalties all manufacturers of food
products to plainly mark their goods
suiting me cnaracier ana percentage
of tho adulteration if any and where
jtrcct Tho Ccltstruck hlsTeutonic
jnouu in mo mco ana uien stealing
his. umbrelU from hlmstnrUnl out
of tho back door and through tho
alley to Liberty street, olosoly nur
Buetl by thonowennigtM Dutelinian.
'Ihoy came together at R. M. Wado
A Vuy, corner and then ensued a
tuirbfwar frmn whlnli tim T.i,in
camo out covural with blood, while
tho gtmtloman from tho Emerald
llo walkeil ofi proclaiming tho su
wrlority of tho Irish on overy Held
of battle, Noarrestaasyet
At their social on Wednesday
evonlug, tho Young Women's
Foreign Missionary society will
ofllT for salo tho following book bv
Itov. It C. Houghton, J). d;S
Women of tho Orient At the
HoiMitlinlil. mill rintli l..v u..i.ii
Uomu prepared to buy ono of each.
Stick Of WIKXl Wlllnll llliu-nu .1...
on tho saw after tho stylo of a wom
an pu a wash-board, and in this way
had cut quite a few sticks. It would
U dlfilcult to think of a more ridic
ulous situation, and Mr. FrliMlm.m
enloved it huuvlv. nn ! nmuuin.1
til l?fv tlin npfi.Hi.jciti. t.i0..l a..
tlllH DIILtIIII llf fnrtn i.,l..l'.. ...l.
had never handled a buck-saw.
Tho talented und jiopular Prof. T.
F. Camplwll, wilt lecture Unilght lu
tlio Christian church on "Hplrltual
OlftH," Kldor A. B. Wado will con
Unuuthe. protractwt meeting molt
night during tho eek. There have
? . . "" vurnious, ana tiu In.
terest w growing.
Tlie mrrior'ii rejwrt ofmaUonlleot
ihI aud dellvetd during the month
ori'clintarylsas follews: Dellvereil
--uveKwiviytt wuars, Taj letters, M70;
KHirtU lii uewsiwpore, eta
Wk t Mtod-lfctUuV TSl i posta
Me r H.t.
Jir Serilwr, of (ho Waldo HtlW,
to-day sold a tine drove of twenty.
uv uitp iu .Meurow Wlllanl, the
wnl rW lHUlt, reiMlviK o
WOZ JJS i ,,u,l, .", !lH "wrolhr.
I'jvrly this afternoon whllo Jim
Philips, tlio drayman was unloading
some Hour from his dray In front of
Stelnor's grocery store m Kt.ii
street his horeo became frightened
aim Biaried on a run down Liberty
street U happened Uiat tho relus
were so tiirlitlv in.i .. .."?
stoudimls of tho drav timt. i.
..uw ii., oi. run ms jHt and ho
was cauuht at tho mra i,o
corner without any further danmgo
than get lug a sack of Hour, whlcli
fell Info tho street, mtuldy.
The Oregon Noveltv Rr,mi,r,.n...
lug Colunauv illoii ni,i
lncoriHiratlon with tlm h.v..,.- r
................ -v w
outiu iiMiny. tno incoriHirutora are
Iwnsdalo and John Gill, f iort-
luud. Oipltsl stock, $50000 with
IKiwer to , .,crmo tho sa'me. Th"
IW Vf,,.lw ,nwrlomtlon Is to buy
IllO rll'llf .In iiinm. I-.. ..i... . ,. V
PenkS. i.v-.u,.L.J V"i .fV....A'
...,7i .;.T-T..'..A: irv """ ."1,bk dies
-.... iuv uiviMiiinns, ana tomauu-
Ctllre. llllv mi. i J.n ....v.. ",u.
nuvelartlcl " "ai"m a,,tl
Old gentlemun Basev. father of A.
J. Basey, tho cabman, although In
his 72nd year, was on Saturday con
fined to his IkhI with Illness and was
cpmpoiied tocallformedlcal aid for
ino nrst time lu his lite, or at
since nis ciilldliood. This Is a re
markablo record, and shows what
careful living and a strong constitu
tion Will (In Hit! ti.illaivru.m....
brief and he is feeling better to-day.
Several members of the family of
Mrs. Glllingham, on Summer street.
WllO liaVO liwil Hnwn n.lll, ,..! '
About forty cases of measles are
now known in tho city.
Com. dllllfrlitnr nf fna 11,,.. i.
has been yerj' ill with typhoid fever,
Is recovering and lias reached the
convalescent sUtge, '
Jetw!n finiv i1nin.ltr,r ... -...
fJr,v .Tf Ti .'i " ,,"".' ?' v-'Tltuier
JiTv " uuu i raining school
at Cliemawa, is quite 111 with ma
coloring matter or bleaching is used
to plainly mark it as such. And be it
ifesolved, That we are in favor of
all pure food products being plainly
mcSked as such?
Adopted by Salem Grange, March
John Minto, )
OuvekJohy, V Com
Ellen Baqley, J
Roberts' Rules of Order.
SCRIBNER LOG BOOK. GILLCHRIST'S MANUEL FOR IN
FANTRY OFFICERS, (PRICE ?1.00). UPTON'S TACTIC8
AND REED'S REVISED EDITION, (60 CENTS.
If or Krtiit Growers :
PEAR CULTURE FOR PROFIT, ($1.00). DOWNING REVISED.
NEW EDITION FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMER
ICA, ($5.00). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUJTS, ($3). -THOMAS'
AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST,
PRICE $2. HOP CULTURE-NEW
AND REVISED EDITION,
08, STATE ST. SALEM, OR.
ajir iMrnn blv "i i?j
ea i jgamK.
The largest stock and latest stvles
Of kid Cloves all imillwi nt Tim.,..
Brown's. A full stock of staples al
ways on hand. Remember the
least P.lace 230
State and Commercial
P1IH AND P0I.VT.
tuii?m Mi sni.
Tlte YoMtig WowwH'a lrtrfgu
AtWonary MwWty will bU-, m
nt$1U!Hjt and te ju til0
vnlg. AdmWwi oiiiifc1
tunt taxes arecominir h. ,....
Well In tho Hhurlll'n .ini. i ....
&Uimlay PhorMWHnto turnwl ow
muw to vounty Treasurer GIwv
wlu liiinui.ii.it.ri. i .. r'vv
tnai io Comfort llfre.
No tlower of his kindred, no rose
bud was nhrh. to reflwi. iwot .to
blushes so ho thought ho must die.
it was expressman Parrlsh'a mule,
so familiar to Salem stiwU t.
was found In l.iu D.i,i .i.i
morning chokclto tth
come lonesome after Ids partner
tlio horso that ran undera train
recoutly ami lust thought ho'd
f".?r.. tliS ol4 f?w to horsi
uvuivu. xiinii iinum hmi. ...ut. i.
stock, which wo are sorry to not".
OtHmty Judge T.G. Blww (o-lay
llllllltsilnliilv it... I.. .i '
lament of W.IXX) of Marion tMunty
lirer W.J.I. mil iUl i SS :
an ou it Z ,"'SX " '
V ""wirf mW IWYIltlf Oil' all
warmntaaspriwntctl. K aU
KalUlax UU Far &ilii
Willi &Chambllii haw a fow
dttdrablo bulldlnr- i. i.. ..
Bluforsal8on reasonablo term.
rartiM detdrlnir litKi.. i....i.i..
rite.noi.1 ,i ." ., ;::::v ,uu u,us
only i'w -7ch iSffSK?
Nw U tar Timt.
Now that tho ixilltical campaign
iii.u.iuiiiugiiis seasonable timo
to subscribe for tli p..,...
JOUltNAI It will .w.....i.. A...
rvmrtsof all ,lltl TO wnMonJ.
Loavo nnlniM ... n.to ....!.."! J f
tho route agl.,.! 'DV,",wor w"
Fresh bannanas, oranges, lemons,
figs, dates and home made candies
at A. Strong & Co's.
Adam didn't hum in wom- ink
Ing; but If ho had he would have
bought one of those all wool suits
that G. W.Johnson is selling at
lrujf Minn 41.. .!.. J J9
.v-a muu me pneu oi ng leaves.
"A handsome man is the noblest
w.-rlr nf tli nln.l.ln.. n --.I n -...
Johnson is prepared to make a per
fect Beau Nash of the ugliest nian
In town witll nnA nf .l. .u
suits that "lit, like the paper on the
Tho eololirnte.1 full TTo.... ah
Red Letter is tho highest grade five
uruii Liiiti Hvnr nmnirnf n l;i
Thev are lT,,,! '.7.7b " J :nl
with all lovers of the weea and H.
ffhSSIji" Jl solo agency,
We were surprised to see what a
ummauiiiB piioco mat green cawkv
afc ? ? ye
Catterlln Hicks' cameX By thl
wav tlielr uwl- lu i. .n "2 i?"
as charl Wl
L. S. SKIFF & CO.
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA HOUSE, SALEM.
Vitalized Air Given for the Painless Extraction of Teeth.
SThe person awakens from a pleasant dream with the aching
i teeth gone. .
- Also Gold Crowns-Set.
Set Dickens, 15 Yolamos, half Russia, Usual Price S32.50J Oar Price $20.00.
Set LytloD, 26
Set Thackeray, M
Set Wavcrly, i2
Set E-J1. Roe, 15
Half bine Call;
r- " '
t . i a.
Fine Line, of Papeterfe in Latest - Styles,
i.r '! i.S"i
1 1 ii 1
ltlCHAItnSON InSttlcm Or ti,..
von, n son
W.HSr nY Feb. m.
arUght. """ " ,umM -"wn, n
11 U r siuj.
W. N. ChamK'rs, the haeknwu.
whtwn heudquartera have bcon at
any Uiue nt
herettftor bo fo'uud t
Oregon Peach Bitters
J. BENSON STARR'S.
Hiefc - - - Salem, Oregen:
Capital Lumbering Company!
MANUFACTURERS or AND BEAtHRS IN
s$S? -aa ws At MsL5
nml m..a -f . -"".
-;: c.vj. "'
1 V.V "' "V v
Hvadouarti8 ftP twi. ...
l8aBt lUMte., god WatAr. Ia
r I . . uflRiro
vni iuuna a Krroi
of tan Lumber,
Dressed and Undressed.
kfuK Sd liZXS "S5?7..?r thl
Aumavtlle, January !2.K8a.L TOKl.
nad taken hsir n.V
relief from il I
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fensts,
- -ftV'U IMinBlltla I
BOXES, Etc. "
- - . - OREGON.
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