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"piUDAY, MAIIOII 0, 1888.
BErrBUM COUNTY CUNmTION
For Marlon comity will bo hold
ul tlio oicm hoiiHo In Balom on
Tliurwlay, Murcli 29th, 1888, lit 11
o'clock n. 111. for the purposo of
electing 14 tlelegntoH to tho fltato
convention to bo hold In Portland
lin 11th duv of April-1838. and to
intnitHiin nvo tiindldntos for the
li.fllii(iire. county clerk, nhorlfT,
recorder, treiwurer, Hchool Hupcrln-
surveyor and eoronor.und to transact
any other buHlncw that may prop
erly come before tho convention.
Primaries will bo held on Saturday,
Tho Hovend prccinctfl arc entitled
to thofollowiiigiiuiiilKjr of delegates:
Haltm lft HnwclM'rulrlo.... G
ftuitrinUni.. ai BllvfrUm 11
Nortli Srtlem H Oiinlold a
AwUl ftliwn 0 Ablniia 5
.faintrwiii 7 IjHliMi .
Marlon i "wvnli 6
Manama JI Wnndhurn.- 0
llfirah. 3 lluliunrd -
lytii..... ft Aurora
iilnlinlly ft lluttcvlllo 2
fclnroln ft Chainpocg a
Chr'n. Co. Ccn. Com.
TI1KIU MA1U1IN HMAL1,.
Tho N. Y. Sun, one of tho ablest
Journal In Amuricn, 0110 which has
Ikiui under tho control of no man's
hand uxropt Itx managers' and' one
which, while democratlo In principle,
has HUlllelont fonxight to neo tho
xuiutobo oxpoetod from an adop
tion of CIoveland'H free tnuio heresies,
IKilntsoutto tho demoeratlo party
'thodaHgurs to Ik expected In one
Important battle ground at least,
should It adopt a free trade platform.
ltneya: "Cleveland's majority over
lllalno In New .leivoy was Just
1,-illt. Tho imnnw iuiiI'kIii of demo-
rutloHafet' in the state Is made still
.narrower by tho ix'turn to tho
rupnhliuaii ranks of thousand of
ojiiHirHiiM rt'publii'tiiis who have
1hh)ii aotliiK teuiKirariIy with tho
prohibitionist oriauUUion;aud that
iiiau 1m a fool wlio etui not foresee
tho luovllablo result of any atttmpt
to force iiKiu tho demoemts of tliln
grout iimmiluutuiliiu and protee
tlonUt state a free-trade platform
uil a (Yw-trado oandldata" Hut
lli vole ofilio Sun wljl Ih unheed
ed and the dtuniKirney will bo wreck
l iimii the very rock uism which
llieKon 4Mfun Its biMin light.
TllKHH U grout jphmI seiue, which
may bo made oflmwl appliititlon
vmywher, In the followluu, which
Is found In the Milwaukee Sentinel:
"Tlien Is uoboiiMt In attacks by re
puUliMU Jutiriuttsnu lvpubliwu ean
illdatiM with the olOivt of advancing
tho eluuiecf of otlter oauilldates.
Theru should Ik 110 bltterncr left
tft" Uh vHiidldntw nro named."
This U (ho very doctilno advanced u
few divj-s njpi by the ('.iMTAi.Jo,irn
MAt. ftr tho KtildMiuv of Marion
eoiinty republic!, and to which It
liopes to hh) thorn miIIkw.
Hon. Hoiiiiut Clow saj-s that
tho pJ of Polk county will vln
iliOHta him. If he gets the noinl
HutltHt for htute KMmtor he will net
tho full thtmwrutlo vote; but that
wau'ttfkwt him. Tho republicans
ifPtdkcoHtywlll clet their full
tk&tit this ymr. TImq- 1w 0 no loye
ferltoMN,t Clttw, wlw Is u tring
(Mtrtlwii. and will std by thWr
It will jwrlwps U wHmh for
rvidAleiw not tu Iiiwvhm th
HUibr of prwtsitltd osmlWtt.
A few UwdlHS mwi will le nwled
1h the Ixnly f tli MHiMitkw.
TliK lMitUilelii i!eun( bth
tktmoemey tu um tlw iM Miritr
rvo!utlHlof lt WitHt i)MHfttHf
n wurl," itbtlMM w iu wtw ry
Tho west has thecal for pace
anyway, and wo may Into it f br
granted that the nomination will
E west. -Louisville Courier
Journal. A democratic organ says Mr.
Mills' tariff reform moosuro ta .a
moderate measuro in Hno with the
messogo. Just so.
The Now York Sun says: An
open campaign of thirty clays would
oJd Cleveland." That's why the
democrats evince no disposition for
an open campaign.
A Mississippi patriot rises to ask
why the risks of driving negro
when elections can bo carried by
quiet ballot-box stulllng.
Republicans in Maine are to cir
culate 75,000 copies of President
Cleveland's free-trado mesgo
through that state. Tills will not
make tho democrats happy.
Is not tho fact that Hon. Robert
T. Lincoln Is not a politician in tho
machine sense one of tho strong
est arguments for his nomination
and election ?-Toledo Blade.
Tho Indianapolis Journal (Rep.),
says tnai "iuo iuiu""'"
diana will present Benjamin Har
rison to tho republicans of tho coun
try as their cholco for a presiucnuai
The Southerners are fighting to
keep tho protective tariff as it is on
iron and iron ore. But they cannot
expect to keep these articles protect
ed If they elect democratic free
traders to congress.
Cleveland's latest message, plainly
a personal bid for tho formation of a
Cleveland party within democratic
lines, has left tho party Itself dis
gruntled and over-weighted in the
tariff reduction fight. Albany
Tho editor of tho Brooklyn Eaglo
is credited with thlsdcnnltion of "an
organ": "Orgunshlp Is tho mainte
nance of tho proposition that your
paper docs not do things because
they arc right, but that things are
right because your party docs them."
Who is this man Joseph C. S.
Blackburn, who proceeds to Insult
tho Grand Army organization? Tho
Congressional directory says of him
"Entered tho Confederate army in
1801 anil sorved throughout tho war."
No more Is needed. That explains
Hannibal Hamlin is reported as
favoring for second choice, "after
Blaine," Falrchlld of Wisconsin for
for President and Hawley of Con
necticut for vice president. "Tills
ticket," says Hamlin, "is u double-
eudei'. It is its good at the tall as at
Mr. Roscoo Conkling writes to tho
Republican Conkling Club of Pitts
burg that hois not an aspirant for
political proferment A man who Is
lit for tho presidency and .not an
aspirant for tho placo has a double
claim upon pupulur regard, Phil
The Indiana delegation will pre
sent tho name of General Harrison
at Chicago, with entire unanimity.
Any attempt to force nnothor Indl
nuu man oven so entirely reputable
man as Judge Gresham upon tho
convention would lw unfortunate.
ThoToiieka Kansas Capital of tho
filth ult. gives some sound instruc
tions on "how to build a city."
Among other things It says:
"A doxon mou with ouorgy, .cour
age and sense and a little money
ouii take a railroad crossing and
build a city If tho company has a
The Senate should open Its doors
when the fisheries trtvity Is discuss
ed. Senator Fryo has sot his col
leagues an excellent example in
taking the country Into his contl
donee on this suiyeet. The treaty
dtwls with imtions of American
rights. It should U discussed
publicly. New York Tribune
New York Pre: As might have
been vpoutod, Itoeoe Conkling
hoM for the MKYoes of tho Republi
can party. He Is not an aspirant
for the Presidential nomination, but
dot not say tlwt ho would refuso It
tfottctvd. Taken ly and largo,
Mr. Conkling Is one of tho ablest
mwi who have ever shone In Amor,
St. loul (.Uobd-DouuHtrutt Thoru
Is nut a hlngle damoorutlo leader In
the wvuntty who ltonwtly favors;
Ctovctond, ami the gnat majority
of lVtuoenttto voter OWIkeand lb
tiuotttlm. 11W admin Wmtln has
iwt Mrvnl in any irtlular te vln
dlM tlmeortle prinolpUM or to to
.,. if rvwtr vnn. rTAl.E. IN-
She? ofStato andCommerelalSt .-w
one of tho nnept . evw
.TOTICE IS HEIIEBY OIVEN TitAT
N br kuthorlty of nn order Unued out of
xi St v Conh of Marlon Countj . Ore
l"e?i.n5fflhdayof Decombor, 1887, dl-
betonfflngtoUicsaldobove named minor
heirs; I w"l. on the
Fourteenth day of April, 1888,
At one o'clock, p. m. or ua awi
dwscUaU the undivided rlBlit, title and
ho dnv ofStcTn and to the rbltowtnit do
scribe Jffl ErtatcTto-wIt: The W. V, of the
U of section no. T. 5 S., K. 2 west of the
.?'. "".vr LVK.f.iin., 'hIm hn Rout least
""i?"lvTf'""n.ti,eist auarter of
section 21 and the N. Ii W of the N. , E.
v, andlota 12, and 9 of section ffi,T. 6 H..R. 3
west of the Wlllnmotto MerdlanJind being
tho D. U C. of William MlUsopA wife, JNo
t flcStlon No. M79., Ccrtlficuto Ko. 1883, and
containing 317.61 acres of land more or
SS. AUS the following described land
!Jrr. ,1 twinning nl hn Koilthwest
'fflnNol in T. 5K. H. 2 V,of
Willamette Meridian, thence East on the
5jouth line of said claim o. ik.
rhnin : thence inoriii -.. ..",
r."i'w. on o-. .I.nlna In thn West 1 neof
said claim no. m; iiienco buuih - """
. i.n nMM rxf iiprrlnnlnif. and conullning
'""" " """" v." ":... o. eo .i,in.
60 acres 01 ianu iuio" ". " r,,"T
part of Anderson Dellaven and wife s . U
fc. No. 02; also, a strip of land oir of the
west end of a certain tract of land deeded
to George Long by Anderson Uellm on and
w Ifo and being 8 rods wide nnd -10 rods long
and containing 2 acres of land more or lew,
nnd being a part of hoctlon 19, township 6
nh sltunto In Marlon County and state
i" "'" '"i '". "1 " .l'o .,., holmr n
of Oregon. F. II. DURETTE,
Guardian of above-named Minor Ilelrs.
T EAVE OltDEItS AT LANCE'H LIV
1 J cry Stable, corner of State and I ront
streets, or on slnto at corner State and Com
mercial streets. Prompt attention and
CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. O. O. T
meets c ery Saturday evening, In their
hall, second door north of Post Oltlco. G.
Jno. KmoiiT.Sec, II.S. Joby.W.CT.
Oregon Peach Bitters
About eighteen years ago I recched a
hurt In my back from a pile of lumber
fnlllng on mo, and ever sfneo had been
troubled with weak kidneys moro or less;
and tho last year ery much. Through the
recommendation of Henry Kccne, I
bought a bottle of II. Klas's Oregon Peach
Hitters nnd before I had taken half the
bottlol round a groat relief from It. I
bcllovo It to be a splendid remedy for tho
kidneys, and heartily recommend It for tho
same. J. II. POUTEK.
Aumsvlllc, January 12, 18S8.
GEO. I). GOODHUE, WOOD DEALER,
otllco with Geo. w. Johnson, 23. Com
mercial street. All kinds of wood for sale.
Sawed to any length desired. Cush must
accompany all orders
T HAVE TAKEN UPON THE STREETS
J of Salem two red and white heifers,
about 2 years, ono red cow with crumpled
horns, ono black and white cow, and one
white, bull no marks or brands, and unless
tho aboe described property Is claimed, I
w III sell them at tho City Pound In Salem,
Marlon County, Oregon, on Saturday, Mar.
10, 18SS, at 4 o'clock, r. M,,at Public Auction
to tho highest bidder for cash.
J. H, ROSS, Marshal.
Dated Salem, March 0, 1883.
live and Let Live Paint Shop."
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All orders will receive prompt attention.
Estimated on all kinds or work in our Una
cheerfully given. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Shop In Old Court Houko on Court strvet,
II. K. DeUoLS.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Friun SI to $X pw d.
SA1.R.M. - .GaS,
Attention, lVohibitionLsLs !
1MIB ritQJIIlimON PUIMAIIY rjrjN.
.Ii. n?,M . lb feurrWm lWae
Othw iHUnBPW ttH BUVJ
H ordwM rwlMiCoimltlw.
T t JORY,
jl . qrstiNauonaiDtiiiK
JBK SALEM, OREGON.
1 iOfltiiESBiESiS: nil Hi -il ii
HMMMHMB jB lH!iJSf!li '
Will II IMII Ml liUBIW Jll
I W- iJUBgl BEEgW " "',
IS RECEIVING A
249 COMMERCIAL STREET,
WM. BROWN &l CO.
H O K
talcr id Findings !
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pelts and Furs.
No. 231 Commcrclaiptroot,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
TO CAP1T0I, AIYHmil GOY
At tlie Opera House Corner,
ARE DAILY RECEIVING
New Dress Goods,
Aud tiro belling tho saino at their usual Iow Prim
' CALL AND SEE US;
Bring Your Families and Awhile ! !
, .Rqouor embody, and; ih$ mcQbllging olerfcj in the oity.
Will take Chickens, Butter and Eggs on Account.
.. .Titir. ..-- President.
WM.N.LADOE. - - Vlce rodent.
I)R. J. REYNOLDS, - v cashier.
JOHN MOIR, - - - -
Exchange on Portland, San . Franclgw,
iSrity "SS ta obtained at tho bank in
fJlOSli rUlinVlU Wltn"
FINE LINE OK
ULU I MlllU a
11 1 'ni'j 1 rx 1HHH
xeig: s P NL Jsigff
H. J. MIMTJIORW- vi"no.l12!5enl
a KAiiuAu ti-"1
C. U. Mooitm Trensuxvr
The Oregon Land Comp'ny
-VXTIM. BUY AND HKI.bIlEA.LEa.
W hito. Is now roochinp hundroda of
ndvcrtWns in ftll of tfio leading nowi
liolTrnr finding buyers of real estate aro un
liig real estate to sell, to placo It where
buyers come to buy.B g cooK(Managor
II. J. MWTltOKN, Assistant.
Ofllcc- front room ip stairs in the Btate
Insupinco Company's building
"" ANNUAL ELECTION
School District.No. 24.
rnUE ANNUAIi ELECTION OF SCHOOL
I Dlstilct No. 21, Starlon county, Ore
con, will bo held on tho second Monday of
Mnrch, that being
Monday, March IS, 1888,
AT ItKED'3 OrKHA HOUSE, i
For tho purpose of electing ono (I) School
Director to hold for tho term of three (3)
vears. niida School Clork for tho term of
one year, rolls open at 2 o'clock, p. m.,
and close nt 0 o'clock.
G, r. Litchfield,
in Hnilv flncklncr to KELLER & SONS.
The Grocers, and making purchases from
their largo stock of goods. Ip. teas and
coffees you can buy a flno article, while la
sugars you can get oxtra C, cube, granu-
laiea, powaeruu ur
Wo aro sure wo can please you In price,
quality and quantity. Convince youracU
by leaving a sample order. Nearly ovory
A FREIGHT TRAIN
Comes steaming Into Salem and has more
or less goods for us. Wekoop everything
In the grocery, crockery and glassware
line. When tho prioo of any article
We give you tho benefit. Our stock Is now
complete. Wo hae a room
By 23, which Is filled with now goods
throughout. Gl c us a call.
KELLER & SONS,
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
201, Commercial Street.
Will have the largost boom this
Ever known. Look out for our large
stock to arrive In a few days.
Primaries.Conventions and Precinct Clubs.
Tho Marlon County Demoeratlo (Central
Committee met In Balom, February 11th,
1888, and set tho time for holding the pri
maries on Maroh 17th, at 1 o'clock p. m.,
and the county convention on Friday, tho
23rd of March, at 10 o'clocka. m., In Balem.
The different precincts aro entitled to the
luuuwiog uuniiKT 01 ueiegaies ;
.10 Gorvals 9
.11 Howell Prairie 6
12 Marion 2
17 Garneid 2
7 Bllverton 10
8 Buttevllle 6
5 Champoeg 3
... 2 Aurora - 1
4 Fairfield 5
6 LabUh J
..."& tne. committee, would recommend
the formation &f dumoeratlo clubs in eah
proilnet.uudthe names of the offleenin
oaehub tMtMBt to the chairman of the
county teealrW oewmlttee at Salem.
T. U OOLDKN, Chairman,
J. F. IlItOWN, Secretory.
T. L, DAVIDSON,
T. F. MAl,
County Central CouutnlUae.
1 Multitude of People
Specialties in Fruits
(MM ! 11
tinerv arid Fancv Goods