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LOCAL AND GENERAL KBVS
Itemized Account of Doings in
fitv and Country.
IMI'OHTAM CASKS DKCIDKII.
Jwlge ''an I'endm lleciiionH
Your Cases Taken I'nder
dinner at A.
lion. John H. Waldo, of Mucliwy,
wai In tho city to-tlay.
James 8. Coojiur, oflmU'iiuiKlviict',
wan in tin city to-day.
J. CHiiibcII, tontraetiiift agent of
the Union I'ucillc, wauiiitlieclty to
day. Mr. Dr. Tnilllnjjer. of .Sllverlon,
Is ri'iKjited very low with coiimiiiii-Hon.
W. 1. Johnson, the photographer,
... UK ,...
County Clerk (Ihupniaii to-iliiy
received from Judge It. K. lionii the
following declMloiw In ihmm taken
under Hilvlwinenl hy him at the
I'ehrtiiiry term of ceurt:
Adams vs. AiIhiii. The rro hill
of the ilufi'inlunl Ih dNiuled and
Uic Hi'tlon-al-Iaw allowed to pro
'd. .Mary K. Fcrgiinou vm. Kcirnli A.
Join. Dwrcu that jilaintiH' Is
ownerand entitled to o.Iuu of
an undivided oiii-half of the
urmulM-H deserilM-d in tlie com-
arlnl?"'1 "' th" "HCr "f U,HiKnno..
M. W. Sweglc, f. Scliool Dis
trict No. i!l, (Salem) -The
m:IhxiI district In enjoined from col
lecting the lax of ilefendent Kwegle.
(Thli Ih a iwe of coiHhlerahle loml
C. ). JVIIand v. Tlieodoie Itoullii
and K. H. (Jiegoire.- Judgment in
favor of ilefciidiinlH.
Everything in the mnrket win lie
had on order at A. .Strong & (Jo's
Mr. Frank Alllslon came up from
l'oitlaud hist niglitaud returned
I'rof. Charles Mimers. who is
teaching at Wheatland, Folk coun
ty, N in the city.
Now coiner thcHlartlhigannouiice
meiit that (Jeorge (Jood Na candi
date lor Hlierlll.
(Julie a number of water pipes in
town weie. bursled liy the freeze
Seed wheal is now in demand on
account of a great deal of grain Imv-
Coopar Sknl In lullj..
The Dalliw ltcnil.er way Hint last
Wedmwlay Miirxhnl (imiit look a
iiuiuWr of dead dog that he had
chut In hlHollli-ial rajHirily ilnwn to
the I.iiCrcolc, adjoining the
place, intending to limy them. He
waKaccoillmiiled liy hli while bull
dog. The dog, v hlle hN mauler wax
busy, wclll (oHiiielllng around ami
mmiii hit tall xhot In Hie all and he
made a dash fiii'Mime IiiihIi and out
Jumped a full gmwn cougar. It
went Hying up tin-creek at a light
ning HJH.1NI, the dog close after It.
loiiiing lo a tree, the vicious brute
tffifff M.ifi.nfi .if lirl1nlifl 1..
here. vNitlngthe family of Ids uncle,
It. II. Dearborn, Ksip
Clierrington, the artist, him conic
very lino work on exhibition at his
Htiidlo. Call and we it.
Fd CipiHau, Marion county's
next Hherili; hiik in the city tills
week. l-'reiieh I'rairle (iaette.
Hon. Walter T. Mill.-, known as
Hie Little (iiiuil of Oliio, a I'rohlbl
tlonlst, w 111 HHnk In Salem soon.
A. Stiong it Co. Iiavea line bill of
fare iirepaicd for their regular Sun
day French dinner, only lifty cents.
.Miss- Iv ilia I)mi in kl'ri r.itm-i.tl Inwl
'''.' '' ! "Ight from l'oitlaud, where slie has
been visiting her aunt, Mix K. D.
Ml-sSarali Mitchell, of (iervais,
has letiirneil home from San
Francisco, where she has been living
tile past two yearn.
Jesse Morris, of West Stayton,
u ho had his head crushed lv a fal
ling limb while chopping tfniUT a
KklniKs unit and the ihmii- nM ilnu i " daysiiKo, UiioLexiMTtedtolivo
got lisiled oul of his prey. John,. Tim board of count vcomiiiMoiiers
called lo John Morrison logct a rllle, lieldu short Informill reception this
and wlien It was brought, the an- j morning and adjourned without
mal wim soon dispatched. It was transacting any further business.
inmiihU ,italt!.--,'iK.!rW,,,,r,,,l,,l "n,,lM'r l'',,',l,,'l"k "l '""
one and a Tml i,,i. L .... . . 'w ".' " 'w 'lays ago. lie Hail
.lmU.v,,l.y.,a,,.,, inige mons.cr ; S(, .,,,. fcikw
' "siiiiiiiciiccI w oil; on the pamphlet
vkool IH.lrlil tlrrlliwi
UeorKO H. Illlliiett, J. M. I'ayne
and J. II. McCorinlckhavebwn'a
silnt.s Judge of the school election
to Iv held next Monday. The polls
will lie open al the Opera I louse
fiom ao'eliH'k to II o'eloek p. ui.
tlwirgi'l'. Iiitchlleld Is the only reg-1
many aniuiiiiieeil iMindidate for di
icctor, although J. ). Mcfullv has
lusm urg.Ml to allow his naineto he
umsI. D.ivld Simpson, the present
chirk, Is a candidate for riMdcetlon
and J. W. Sprlggs, the atloniey, Is
imintlonisl hn a iib, candidate
llilverlisliii; Oieuoll. Diviiiilis be
Hon. J. T. (Jiegg uniler direction (if
the Stale lloanl of Agriculture.
Tiliitoii It. Ilibliard has bought
the J. (I. Smith eroeei-v slum ui
Silvciton and lll conduct it in the
It in the future. It will be mo-,-I
soon into I lie old postolllce building.
vtiii. 1'iolilieli, of .AH. Angel,
w Idle doing carK'iiter work on one
I of the Narrow (lunge railroad
midges the oilier day fell tlirough
the trestle and broke one of his ribs.
Mr. S .11. Welili, a merchant at
New Westiniiisier, It. (, and
hiotherot Klder.l. W. Webb, of this
ellv. ai'llvisl liele lo.ilne mi ,i ,l.li
' (iw dys to that genlleinan ami
tk f SafrrltitrBdrul.
Messrs. Frank and (Icorge ltent
scliler, ofSan FiiiiicIsch, are In the
lWr, Clow Is H,ay turning o, O'ZZ
ertlie oilliv ol superintendent of I 'M; pul'INhed by the N'iles Itentsehler
me ixiniiciuiiiry to ,
Hon, (l(orge Downing.
Then Is ii
griMit ileal to do and (lie transfer
will prolmlibly not be complete! lie
fore late to-night. It Is unders,sH
that there w 111 Ik no change in suli
ortlliiMtf iKxIiloiix lor the ,nvt.
Mr. Clow will no ,oull,
V" '" ''1 w to make
IMIKT phsiNint for his Mim,r,
i.d nuuterx will g,, ,m ut the w.i as i
IflioehMiiKvliHil Uvii niHile.
uirivtory cuiiniaiiv mmiii.
Hon. William Itedimtli, e.v-speak-erol
th.- Illinois leglslatuiv, and one
..r .1 t .. !- .... , ,..
oi uie leiu ui r,..i , i .. ,. ,i..
Sucker slate, s here vlsK ,s old
trieiul and seli(Hhnate, Mr. I). W.
.Matthews, ,ii will ivniain seveml
Yesterday t lie South Salem school
had a veiy iilen-sml and lustriiutlvo
"" '"" V" "'v..Mr. Itolllns, who
made aii i educational talk adapted to
lie grade of the school. , wus
highly appitHlated and the teacher
ml .scholars Iiok- that it will K.
.Iiidgi. Wni. M. Itanise.v, of Salem.
aiiiMsl on Saturday inornlii" last
w it i his tmully !,,( that pla.van.l
will hjeHtf heivlor the practice of
lll....ln.llC a crowd alsm, ,, i .MriVfflXZrej:
-'rioiiiatciu. IVudleton Tilbune.
The Heponer (ianelte, the imiht
tlminwdcl W. ltftllKtoii,4iuSiv
ami tHiiious. ,MS ,,! .,i
i... ii ".. .
. leiii'v iiuiiiiw II
S. C. Dodson spent Sunday at his
home near I'errydale.
Scott Alderson was at chapel Tues
day. J. Jenson read an oration.
The young men of the boarding
hall are preparing a much needed
I'rof. Oeddis, of Turner, visited the
scliool Tuesday and was present at
II. C. Eplgy re-entered school Mon
day; he hail been called home hy
the sickness of Ills mother.
J. II. Scott, A. M. Johnson, S. M.
Matoon and Miss Mnttie JIushjI left
school the Jirst of the week.
MNs JSurthu Moores and Mrs.
Itolert-soii were at chajiel Thursday.
Miss .lory read a good csay.
W. P. Matthews has been com
pelled to discontinue his studies on
account of his eyesight failing him.
A. W. I5owerox of tho junior
class of '87 Kline up from Wheatland
Saturday and spent Sunday in the
I'rof. Van Scoy was called away
Wednesday afternoon. W. II. Jor
dan read an oration on hidden uses
I'rof. .lory was absent from school
two days tfiis week on account of
Illness. Members of his classes heard
S. W. Strayken deserves the cred
it of managing the successful battle
with the lire. It created no little
excitement in the school.
W. A. Wan n received the prize
awarded to the higher algebra class,
being the most successful in the
W. !:. liurke left Thursday for
Vaipilna to visit friends and rela
tives. A. M. Johnson returned
from there the llrst of the week.
.ioiui ieuey, who lias been very
sick, returned to his home in Clack
amas county; he will re-enter school
as soon as Ids health will permit.
Company "A" held their regular
monthly meeting .Monday and ai
poiiitcd a committee to submit
amendments for their constitution.
II. S. (loddui'dof the class of 'S(
and of the medical class of ss came
up from Portland Saturday and
stayed over Sunday. He returned
Several students who contemplate
teaching passed the teacher's public
examination. The urade of their cer-
tlllcatL's is a good showing for the
I he college students are required
to pie-ent an original production
once a term in chapel. Will Hegely
recited a well prepared oration Mon
day on ecccntreities.
W. H. Ilodson closed a four
mouths' term of school yesterdav at
Coldendale, W. T. Will intends to
Ik a student of the Willamette
University next year.
J. T. Matthews visited the school
Monday and Tuesday. He is an
old time student, and has just com-
pictisi a term or school in Yamhill
county. He will take charge of the
Oak drove school in a few days.
Mmci'lllteiiilenf P.... 1.1,... ,i.,n. ........ i
,.,..-. ,u-ii t i-i uii
second lecture yesterdav In
Services in Salem Churches To-morrow
Church News and Notes.
Evaxoklicai. Ciiukch Preach
ing hy the pastor on the Lord's day
at 1030 n. in. and 7 p. m. Sunday
school at 12 in. All are welcomed.
U.viti&t Ciiukch. Corner of
T,i!ertv and Marion streets. Itev.
A. H. Mcdbury, pastor. Sen-ices at
10:30 n. hi. and 7 p. in.; Sunday
school at noon; young people's
mcctiuir at 0:15 n. in. All .ux cor
JI. 12. Ciiukch. Services in the
M. E. church to-morrow as follews:
Morning at 10.30, "Christianity
Constructive;" at 7; Sunday school
at 12;young pcople'smecting Thurs
day evening at 7. Seats free. W.
Cong kko ationa u Cii ukch.
Corner of Liberty and Centerstreets.
Itev. J. W. Harris, pastor. There
will be preaching" to-morrow morn
ing and evening. Snnday school at
1L Young people's meeting at Op.
m. Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening. All are Invited. Seats
A 11kxi:voi,knt Oiukct. There
will be a union meeting of all the
churches to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock, in the Congregational
church in the interest of Rev. Mr.
Lodge, a worthy colored minister of
l'oitlaud. Let there he a good
house and a large collection. "W.
Ciikistiax Ciiukch. Evangelist
A. H. Wade will discuss the follow
ing subjects at the Christian church:
This evening, "The Work of the
Spirit in Revelation;" Lord's day
morning "Mission of the Church,"
Lord's day, evening, "Our Plea."
All are invited to give him a hear
ing. IJaptisin this evining after
FlIIST PltESllYTKitlAN" ClIUKCH.
Rev. II. A. Xewcll, pastor.
Public worship ut 10:,10 a. m. and 7
p. m. Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor at (i p. ni.
Sabbath school at 12 in.; church
prayer meeting on Thursday even
ings at 7 p. in. Scats arc free, and
the public invited to attend.
For Book Stationery ft Fancy Goods !
T. McF. Patton's,
98, STATE STREET.
ASK TO BE SHOWN :
CRANE'S STATIONERY, PLAIN AND FANCY. ASHTON LE
GAL CAP, PLAIN AND NUMBERED. TYPE WRITERS'
MATERIAL. ACME WRITING AND SCHOOL
TABLETS. FABER'S PENCILS AND PEN
HOLDERS. RUBBER BANDS AND
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO BE SEEN TO BE AP
PRECIATED. McGILL'S STAPLE PRESSES
AND STAPLE BINDERS.
Tissue Paper of all Shades, and Materials
for Paper Flowers.
MABIE TODD'S DIAMOND POINTED GOLD PENS ALL WAR
RANTED. WIRT'S FOUNTAIN PENS BEST IN THE
MARKET. CAMBRIDGE BIBLES, CHEAPER AND
BETTER THAN THE OXFORD. BROOKS'
NORMAL TEACHER. PAGE ON
TEACHING. TRACY'S TEACH
ERS' RECORD. NORMAL
Roberts' Rules of Order.
SCRIBNER LOU BOOK. OILLCHRIST'S MANUEL FOR IN
FANTRY OFFICERS, (PRICE $1.00). UPTON'S TACTICS
AND REED'S REVISED EDITION, (50 CENTS.
For Kruit Growers :
PEAR CULTURE FOR PROFIT, (1.00). DOWNLNG'S REVISED
NEW EDITION FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMER
ICA, (13.00). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUITS, ($3).
THOMAS' AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST,
PRICE fc. HOP CULTURE NEW
AND REVISED EDITION,
9S, STATE ST.
I he Place.
Headquarters for fresh oys'ra
elegant meals, soda water, broad
cakes, pics, fresh candies, A. Strong
A Co's., 271 Commercial street.
4 KllUSIIJIIMCCOWFOUSAMi IN
1 inlreiit Capital Kcal 1'Mato Agenev
corner of stale iind Couimpiclal.Sts. 7-i,t
CAPITA I. I.(IIH!i:, NO. II, I. o. Ci T I
meets every Saturday e enlnpr. In I heir I
liall, seeiind demr north ir I'ost Olllee. (i
J Ml. KNHillT.See., It. s. JoitY.W.C.T
1hO. I). (JOODHl'i:, WOOD DKAI.KK.
A oinee witn Uco. W. Johnson, SB ami-
iMi-ii-iiii simi. .n Kinns oi wood for sale,
sawed to any length desired. Cain must
JNO. I'KNIIKII. Till.' U'l'ii
known horseman, will mtnm .',......
Calllornlii about Mareh 20th with a thor-
... ,..ivii iiwiv, tun- in mo miest ever
broiic it to the state. Slockmen and breed
era .will plcusc examine him before breed-
Brick Dental (fa
aiiiiniany all ord
L. S. SKIFF &CO.
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA HOUSE, SALEM.
Vitalized lir Given for (lie Painless Extraction of Tccfli.
Pffi-The person awakens from a oleasant dream with the achin
Also Gold Crowns Set.
Attention, Prohibitionists !
V Vfilim llallMKkl
A picture ivvnciitliiK the aiiou,
MvilMirfMMoximn lmN lHM
Infill hmiv in il... .. i. ..i.... .... ..
. n milium III llts' , 1
- mill ihih MlintetM mint-nil i. il...
HllUy. Mr. Iluuli UhikI.i .I... ,Ul.
In the oltyof Me,MHI. WwkH
h. There u en- upward nM.'.iXHi
ipl4. W..t Hl ,,. rtKl Ml
imni mwimi othcft. KoinK ,mll,
cna)H'lon "Theory and Practice."
Ilu'leetuie uas well piven. Those
who iHimplete the teacher's coui-se
will le examined on the subject of
the lectures before they are granted
The Phllodoiiaiisat (heir nuvtiiig
last cxenliiK discussed the ipuMion
wl"'i itiat acipiisition of
Knowledge, rat Iter than mental
drill should be the primary
oliject of a student's work. To be
opened on the alllrniativo by L. M.
MatiHin, ucjnitive by p. A. .lory.
The boarding hall narrowly escup
ed burnliiK down Friday niornliiir
iimi it i... .ii . .. fr
late ,siri:.; ,. " " ' .."""""'V. .' ." .. " . "" ',rtHI lllletm
Ktt'cr ;;;;,: 7a-r Z K1 . ' "" -r i vmW .u.t liaWlHW1
ntlwilll. . ui ii '.' nivisi.
v. w"" .J'-H:!' 'I1'' "ct imKVis si.i
TH.,V.1ll,n,IT,,0;N rniMAiiv con-
.An i t,i1,l,ols ,0f e four .Salem l'reclncts
will 1m. held at tho usual polllni; place" In
iuUJ preelncls on SaturdayV March 10th, it
2 o'eloek p. in. Cor tho puntoso of elect nc
Jlelesates to tho county ncntlon. unft
tmiwietlns; such othe? business us im,y
wAtoiK."01"0 Moi M,la prlm"ry ",n-
Hy order or.lieclnct Committee,
T. C. JOItY,
It. K. Deltois. JotTmMlo
ritii-., .. ii. j ... .. ...... mt , iimv I v iiiIiIinj l. I.. .
- - ij' ss',i'S' ; Krs isrj. c'r' !" '"r' ""' " "
"HshU,,. ltw.ttlC,li,l.K'l,S ! "' sk.
II I htSmWl lW I). T. JSIm11L.v
I AWltM f ihfc.V, w )H w ii ,Hm . I
I ?.iHn..? ,rf ' 'i the Stalo'lffi '
WUIIMHMVtltP UUblLmiiau. .j- UK.r 'I1.I- v. Ill i ,.'..T"
H-wia, ,;, ., a, " "..r wms 7&VIZ7Z r'T
1W itttbU.ti. ,rf w !S4k w " . UJi"M'Ju,a ,"t im W M,."! H,Ml M lw,r' f Allmnv, iimi
wWril il titUli Ml.
KKor ChllWllH'll Who ..r.'.
. r,!u,.r, ,,,,h ."WWI
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Sfl DickfDs, 15 Volomcs, half Russia, Usual Price S32.50. Onr Prim mm
N'fl .F.vllnn ') n m..t -u i. u , .... jj ' y v'
M i"wu, u
H Tharkerav, II '
Sel rl P. Hoe, 15 '
M Capf. ). Hfid, 10 Vols, flotb,
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
Clotb, Gill lop, " -j :12.5ft ' 23.50.
Half .Morocco, " " 22.50, . ' 1500
Half blue Calf, " - ai&O, - 17 fit
m " " 22.50, - 18.00.
'ip'oft, " " j5.oo, io:ck.
118, State Street,
S to ia (Capital Lumbering Company!
HIIHsnOMs HlUlMlt. Tlu. I i.L- ..
pit CNVed III. rkllii
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TM MnwCTv tZ?k.w&..lmY wv to th lulul I Vlu.. '
lntantL "" ' i
HUNTLY & McFERSON, j
House, Sign jj
1 MM Sh.,
Vk IhAnwI t)Mi( Mr. Jrtl,
Kalsonwars, Paper Hangers and
MA.STK.U1T1.KHS OK ASI, BA,KIW ,N
faiftj' of Oiton I.
Dressed and Undressed.
CO.VTA.TI.Y ON llAXn;
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fence Posts,
i - "j;