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TaTUIIDAY, MARCH 10, 1888.
hlcWcUdlcr-nmdloy Co. March 12.
Havcrly MlnntrrlK-March 28.
HEPL'DLICAX COU.W CONVENTION
For Miirlnn county will Us held
nt tho opera liouno In Balcm on
TliurHtlav. Murch 29th, 1888, nt 11
nVlra-k n. m. for tlic nuriK)so of
electing M dek'gntcH to the otate
convention to bo held In Portlnnd
the 11th day of April 1888, and to
nominate live candidates for the
lcglMlature, county clerk, sherltr,
recorder, treasurer, school superin
8iirveyorandcoronor,iind to transact
any other business that may prop
erly come- before tliu convention.
Primaries will bo hold on Saturday,
The several precincts are entitled
to thufollowing number of delegates:
South Hnlem ., .. n
Lincoln.. ..... S
Jlowell 1'rnlrlo.... (I
Woodburn - fl
Ilulibard .. 4
HI. 1-iiul 1
Chr'n. Co. Cen. Com.
WHY TIIKV DON'T HMILK.
Did you ever see a great scramble
for nomination upon a ticket there
was no good show lo elect? Our
best recollection says, no, emphatic
ally not. So, then, when our demo
emtio voiitoiiixfrury says thattho
republicans "art in an agonized
fmnio of mind as to what shall bo
lotio with the hundred applicants
who nro rushing to tho front on tho
strength of tho (Maine's) withdraw
al," It carries Its own contradiction
of the assertion which follows In the
same article, to the efleot that re
publicans are on the retreat in a
panic, A party oxpootlngor retiring
lefeiit has not many prominent
icaiiers anxious to he Its standard
Ixvuvr, mid the Mtimliur merrhnent
rtlu 'ilitte Is htit the whistle of a
lMidly semvd youth trudging through
gnivoynnl. IVrlmps that Is the
rvnmiu Hni. Kltliliin dm-Hiii't "snille"
Tiwlays ilUmtchw Mtito that Con
Ijrutwmau Hermann has twit ux
mm froiu further service on the
eommlttee on iimiitifui'turw, and
appoint,! on the ooiinnlttoeon In-
liMit ilepitHlHtlun elalnis, to till the
vacancy ominloiiwl by the resigna
tion of liucliHium, of New Jerwy,
who whs apiHihitwl inonilxir of the
)iuniitttv on iimuufikturv. The
committee oi'i Indian depredation
claims I one urtlta niM iiuimitaut
to the teople if Uixon,
Tiik IttMiburK I'lalndwilar hiH.
HttlielMMil of Its column. "For
(?ongr, llluijer I lenimiiii, or IXi
Kll. Jot'lUVAI.t-lf lint n,.
taut with yuur plans mul mrmstw,
I iiHtAilly a-k KrtnWiou to ex-
jh (imm8h itmr mlumiksa few
tlm8ii touching jiruiHwi .,um
of lolltlHl Hctton by thoe of us ho
(Vol tlwt the "drink ImWf U the
Krvtt wirw tlwt ie.v uihmi this
kVuomiwh.wIw fc, wnMytl de
gtrutw 4 removing thk blight friHti
our fair livid, and wlw Is mm
iutr-tetl lit men and jiMIhm!, will
gkdly kind hkltitliKNive lo tlm nmst
jmtctieul ami tlVtul utlWU in
ortHg ahum the ilt-Jrvd rwwdu.
1t)HHtt dWUM4i)g the ihmhI, w
jrwtrtl4 wtllirt ttf lugtWUo4t, pn
IhMhr tt nUMt t jwMhlUt the
Mile f iHtHxtmiti. ti 1 r Mrni that
HOtltlug mH li1 loth' tu Hut i tltrec-
tioti wiilimit M4vMot. vmwi
tmtwt. wkl- itliwtMl krtluH, uh
the part f tbe friendsof Uim?T'
8 Dh-lded forcos can acconipl sli
nothing. United efforts misdirected
JviUas'urelyrail. I" f"
human affaire practical means and
methods must be adopted rather
than fine-spun theories.
Until it becomes apparent that
the temperance element in our po
litical organization Is In the major,
ltyltis unwise to organize a third
party, and when it docs predom
inate thoro will bo no necessity for
suclr an organization, for all parties
will take that stanu. wiBu....
minorities, acting independently,
..,ii.ii nnthlmr. save to excite
-i.Hpiiln nnd contempt, but when
llrmly united and held as a balance
of iowcr between contesting forces
it may become a controlling factor
In political action.
In a close contest a small minority
often holds tho key to tho situation
and In proportion as tho minority
approaches tho majority In point of
numbers Just in that proportion will
It bo appreciated and courted by tho
rho whisky vote of this country
ttnkixi nn mistakes, it ClOCS not
oriranlzo "third party" movements,
imf it .k in bold the balance of
power. It is this that gives It power
and not that it Is In tho majority.
Cf temperance advocates have any
other mission than that of perpetuat
ing tho power and control of the
whisky ring they must exercise as
much discretion in political action
as tlo tno adversaries oi uiw mm
order. Tho same, course of action
by the friends of temperance would,
Ifpresistedln, make Itself a power
more potent for good in four snort
years than is tho whisky ring ror
If tho temperance voto of this
state could bo crystailzed, into a
solid phalanx, so as to voto only for
good and trite men, to fill tho various
ofilccs of tho state, not by third
party candidates, but by selecting
only such from tho old parties, thus
causing tho defeat of the corrupt, an
early date would And the old parties
bidding for that voto by putting
forward only such men for oftlce.
I trust that tho true friends or tem
perance will manifest as much
wisdom as Is shown by tho rum
power, In directing political action
by not running after strange gods
nor dividing up into bushwhacking
squads but on tho contrary select tlic
best men put forwurd by tho old
parties, without special reference to
either, thus popularizing tho good
and degrading tho bad. Let it not
be said of us, "Tho children of this
world are wiser in their generation
than tho children of light." Dy
well directed preslstent effort on tho
line Indicated wo may In tho near
Aituro command Just such legisla
tion as tho wisdom of experience
may demand, but by no other.
There are enough friends of tem
perance legislation in this country
to hold tho balanceof power between
tho two iolltical parties, so as to de
feat or elect, Ju-d such nominees as
they may select. Hut, it may be
suggested, they won't mako suitable
nominations. My answer Is, they
will, when It Is once understood,
that only such can Ih elected. So
long as the lemiHirance voto Is
thrown away upon "Third party"
candidates when there is no hope of
an election there will lie no Induce
ment held out to the old parties to
nominate such men but on tho con
trary every Inducement to bid for
the other vote.
roiltical organl wit Ions, like Indi
viduals, must look on tho practical
side of the question ir they would
While contending for principles
they must not Ignore means and
methods ; favor the right but do the
exixtlient ; seek the highest good by
accepting mo Dest possible.
To attempt todothelinpraetlcable.
In political action, Is an Indirect sup
port in the wrong to overcome the
right by reason or the divided force
advocating the right.
The impractlble visionary nolltl.
elan, however high and worthy his
purpose, excites pity, often ridicule
and contempt, beiUM or his mis
guided Judgment while he ceases to
be potent factor In the body politic,
while hl. K)IUIoh1 ludlosyncnislc
are often Haltered and encouraged by
deolguliiK demagogues with the
view to divide the strcngh or the
natural supporter or the right.
Let us not make the mistake or
having to mourn over lost onportu-
ultliM, by endeavoring to rin above
the storm and clouds or political tur
nwll ror thepurixteeorbreathlngthe
pure air or abstract right uiulor the
vain delusion tlwt It k bettor to en
dure ridicule Kinloontwupt "for eon
wkjfttv. fcake" rather tlwn no!w mr.
HMrtHWrfcr supporting the
"- iviiitiH toe rtm r
aliiAW-At hls hom0 nt..?hlV5LBintloi'ntJi!
mlies north of Aumsvtl e, Friday, March
SthV-tS iTm, of heart 'disease, Angus
Shaw, aged 01 years.
Mr. Shaw wasa notlveof Canada,
having been born in Oxford couuty,
Ontario, March 28tb, 1824, but he
was a rugged branch of the hardy
old Scotch tree, and was as' much a
Scotchman as though he had come
but yesterday from the land of the
thistle. He came to this country
from his Canadian home in 187C,
purchased tlx? farm on which he
died, and has lived here ever since,
a widely known, highly respected
gentleman and staunch christian, t
having been reared, Having nveu
and died a member of tho Presby
Mr. Shaw has been ailing since
the first week of December, and
since the first of the new year he
lias suffered severely up to within a
few hours of his death, when acute
pain ceased and he passed to the
death struggle in peaceful ease.
Tho deceased leaves a widow
and nine children, the latter being
John A. Shaw, of Stayton, Wm.
Shaw, Scott Shaw, Daniel Shaw,
and Fred Shaw ; Mrs. J. J. Graham,
Mrs. Thos. Sims, of Stayton, Mrs.
John Mcintosh, and Rachel Shaw ;
all residents of Marion county.
Tho funeral will take place to-mor
row (Sunday.) The procession will
leave tho house at 11 a. in. and pro
ceed to Turner, where the services
will bo held at 1 p. m. The body
will then be intered in Twin Oaks
cemetery. Friends or the family are
touzht and sold. State, wuwaouu
aioivi vv-tf iii;-
lcuarltyncan bo obtained at the bank in
most rename iimiyuuiu.5.
J. D. McCully,
TS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
G CLOTHING ! !
H. .T. Minthors - -- - President!
8. Kabbah. vice-i-reamentl
ii rvintf oecretnrvl
(1 H. Mooims Treasurer!
Tlic Oregon Land Comp'nyl
TTTIT.T. IllTY A.1SV HKLOj HEAI. Eh.
W tnte. Is now reaching hundreds of
thousands of eastern people by extensively
advertising In all of tho lending new-
STATE TREASURER'S 30TII NOTICE.
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
249 COMMERCIAL STREET,
STATU OF OltEOON. TitKASUllEIl'3 OFFICE, )
SALKM, March 8, 13SS.
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
there are runus on imnu to pay me
nlinwlni? wiirrnnts. and that the wimo
will bo paid on presentation at this otllce.
2111 2210 2113 2101 2223 2197 2216 2217 2218
2232 2209 2212 2211 2203 2219 2220 22S1 2187
2210 2229 2198 2189 22S2 2182 22S3 2173 2170
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2619 2618 2466 2475 2(88 2G08 2il7 2614 2186
2(92 2(90 2501 2(82
Th abovo numbers represent warrants
endorsed on or before January 2, 1888. Abo
t lie following warrants drawnontheinllltia
fund numbered 2711, 27.V, 275.1 and 2731.
Interest on tho abovo dewrlbed warrants
w 111 not bo allowed after tho date of this
G. W. WEItn,
WM. BROWN . CO.
XTOTICK IS 1IEREHY OIVHV THAT
IN by authority of an order Isbued out of
tlio County Court of Marlon Countv, Ore
gon, on tho 2oth day of December, 1SS7, di
recting, authorizing and empowering tho
iiiHicrsigneu, as guartuan orEstcllti bmlth,
May Moraneo Hmltli and Edward Ii.
Hmltli, minor heirs of Mury Jcwephlno
Hnilth deceased, to ncll the Ileal Estate
lielonKlngtothoMildaboe named minor
heirs; I will, on the
Fourteenth day of April, 1888,
At one o'clock, p. m. of said day, nt tho
Court Ilnuho duor In Salem. Oregon. In
accordance) with the provisions of Slid or
der, sell all tho undMded right, title and
Intercut that the wild minor Iielre liaxo at
till, rtiiv frmli. It. ...i.l ,. .1... .-..ii ... ,v
::....v"f ,"r..v." :." .y. "- . "'ying ae-
Ty.'.V-V """ iaie."- 11: i no w, M of tho
B' O 'O T S
O 0 1 H
CS Jri (J Jh; ;s
papers of tho United States. Their facill
tics for finding buyers or real estate are un
or-rllcrl. It lH to the Interest Of thosa hnv
lng real estate to sell, lo placo It where
buyerH come to buy.
B. S. COOK, Manager
II. J. MiJfTHOiot, Assistant.
Otllce: front room up stairs In the State
Insumnco Company's building.
School District No. 24.
mllE ANKUAL ELECTrON OK SCHOOL
X District No. 21, Marlon county, Ore
gon, will lie held on tho second Monday of
March, that being
Monday, March IS, 1888,
At Reed's Opera House,
For tho purpose of electing ono(l) School
Director to hold for tho term of threo (3)
years, and a School Clerk for tho term of
one year. Tolls open at 2 o'clock, p, m.,
and closo at tl o'clock.
G. I. LrrcnFiELD,
Are dally flocking to KELLER & SONS,
The Grocers, and making purchases from
their large stock of goods. In teas and
coffees you can buy a fine article, while in
sugars you can get extra C, cube, granu
lated, powdered or
Wo are bure wo can please you In price,
quality and quantity. Convince yourself
by leaving a sample- order. Nearly every
A FREIGHT TRAIN
Comes steaming into Salem and has more
or less goods for us. Wo keep everything
in tne grocery, crocKery ana glassware
ic price of any article
We give you the benefit. Our stock is now
complete. Wo have a room
By 25, vhlch Is filled with new goods
throughout, GlYO us a call,
Specialties in Fruits
aw:a .ration 'k: wbs.Vv!
Uorx-Houao.T.aS., It. 2 west of the
Wlllamctto MFrldlan, also tho southeast
quarter of the southeast quarter of
section 31 and the K. E.?; of the i K E.
t(, undlots 1.2. and 0 of section 23.T. 5H..RT3
west of the Willamette .Mirldlunnd bclnor
the I). U( of William SlllUon w ft . ?
tltleatlon No.5lja., CertlllcatoINo. island
contain ng 3171 acres of land more or
!.??. iA.l. '10, tojlowlnjt described land
"to-wlt:" lteglnnlng at tho Southwet,"
jpnicrof claim Na tfi. In T. 5 R, R. 2 V. of
Wl lametto MerldliT iii..n. iW. . '
South line of said claim No. 92, 203
chain ; thrnco North Sl.Kt rtaln:
tlieiicuWmt m.trhln inih.uii..Tl
Kiht claim Nattt thence south 2lS chains
to the placo of beginning, and containing
.?.lTyof nnrt m?,Sor lo-.nna being 5
r 2 ,n,'rf)' a,rln f " otr or ihS
vrtsteud ofu certain tract or land deeded
Ui George Ixing by Anderson DcHacnand
. ;";" '" miuu more or less.
Miul being n twrl of stctlon , township &
Miuth. nng2 wtof iheVllhu letto Mertd
rr4wlu"' '" Marlou tXM,B
V. 1 Tmni.i .i
Guardton of aboe.iiamed Minor Heirs,
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pelts and
Ko. 231 Commeifialti-ect,
SALEM, - - OREGON
I'lnfa ! "' rmf
n rJ Jftk
DON'T YOU FORGET IT!
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
i mitii an
Oregon Peach Bitters
gtf ef attain-
AIkmiI Plghtwii yir api I re.i-ed b
hurl m my backmim a pile of TuSbeJ
Ml Pfoa ", mid oyer fnTO had ilSS
iniiuiuki ui-iiii i.k .n.. . . - - - -
bouvht a hAtil.it
iilliora and txtfiiro
bd will, wwk kldueya more or 1?S
the lastywrvwv mueh. Throuihthe
mmeudatlou i llwrr kS i
!ht a ontlljof H. Kli8rtSri&
l ud uikV- h.!rR
rcul relur vu u .
sjMjMJUia rrnuxly for thn
wa j. ii" ii-53B
AuHMMlKJanvwrj lt,isss. "'"
buttt I iund a t;
""" " niiy nvonuiiNid li fiu-ti,.
LKlJi5 J?. JAw uv.
"v nfli ' um..Bi
At the Opera House Cor
AHE DAILY RECEIVING
Nevvr Dress Goods,
And are .soiling the stmie nt tholr usual Low Prices.
CALrL, AND SEE TJS;
Bring Your Families and Stay Awhile ! !
Jtaom for vwstat 8lM, U,e nm mng q
take Chickens, Butter and Eggs on Account,
Will have the largest boom thU
od Fancy Goods
iSleLkno.wn-. IK)k out tor our large
stock to arrive In n few days.
Pjimaries,Conventions and Precinct Clubs.
r3S.,ar,on .unty Democratic Central
Commlttco met In Salem. February Hth,
UBS, and set .the time for holding the pri
maries on March mil, at I o'clock p. m.,
HS i,?foun.t5r convention on Friday, the
21rd of March, at 18 o'clock,a. m., In Suiem.
thtiSAl51tPentJ":!cinf to reentlUed-to the
following number of delegates :
??,"",- 10 Qervals 9
North .'?m M "owell Prairie 6
Pucrf,Lalcm ,2 Marlon . 2
East balem. .n Garfleld.. .- 2
st'ter- -7 Kverton : ::::io
Woodh,', ? Buttevllla 6
AStR8fc-:.-r- f SSiST ?
?Sffi?. I Mentiaa - 2
HXte:::ii:s To,a,- ia
T. F. 1IAYB8.
CouHt j Control (.ommnte