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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Itemized Account of Doings in
City anil Country.
BUIIClIfAKIurS FliASS FOII.KP.
A Tropotrd Uobbf r)1 or VaBRhnN Jnv-
rlry Store at PallMllhfovrr
rd in Timr.
Ijwt Friday two "" "N'1 a lwy
all ihikpIoIouh looking chiirerters, ar
rlvwl In Dallas ami coiiimencel torn
Marllug thoiHMilvw with the town.
A voiinu fellow named fyKirtsnian,
who lives iu Dallas ami who recent
ly Ktrvwl a term in the puniieiuiar
for forgery, reeognljuxl one of the
,,1,-n mm mi ex-convht who had lieeii
In the jen at the time lie was there,
unil they renewed their acquain
tance. The man took HportMiiiin
IntohlM eonndence and told him
that the gang had a scheme on foot
to "crack" '. I'- Vaughn's Jewelry
dton- that nlKhl and nuked hliu to
Join them. HKrtninaii when he
leiirned of their plans refused to have
anything to t)o wlti the Jol and
Immediately went to Mr. Valium
and Informeil him of what he had
learned. The store was lonely
watched liy Mr. Vnuglin and three
other during Hattirdny and Sunday
nluhtH ; hut no iitteniit wait made
at rohWry. Yesterday morning one
of the gang left twn, coming to
BhIciii on the slagc. The ex-convict
and the loy eontlnued to hang
arouiul town and ytitterday they
were arrwted on suspicion untl
lodged In the county Jail. The I my
in luting tiuttttlonetl said that the
gang's plans to roh the store had
Ihhui frustrated hy his objections anil
lv the faet that the store wiim
guarded. The lniy wait liisl night
reletiMtl from custody, hut the man
was held for a hearing to-day.
A Citizen of CorvallU, Seeking Health,
Die on the Way Home.
Mr. Helknap, of Corvallis, who
has been Making relief from IJrlght'a
disease, and had liecn sojourning at
Bodavllle with the hoiie of relief,
was returning homo last evening,
having decided that no lament was
neenilmr from a residence there. In
coiiiMiiiy with hit wife and brother
he stopped at the IUw Houe,
Alliany, and ut alxiut 0 o'cloek p. m.
wan taken worm; and died. He was
a prominent citizen of Corvallit and
a prineiMtl owner In the large
Tke Saikfi Htramrr.
Ah near at we am lenrn tlu- sunk
en steainhoHt N. H. Hentley it in a
bad way and It Is quite probable
that the hull cannot lie wived. The
steamer Three Sisters, the govern
ment Hiiag-lxNit Corvallis and the
Urge Oenenil Hancock have nil
lieen used In the uttempt to raiee
her ; but the Kami has drifted into
her hold so that the work was fruit
ier. The machinery in now being
removed to one of the barges and
another attempt will then bo made
to raise tho lioat. It It highly prob
able however that nothing can lie
hueeciwrully done with It until low
water next Hummer.
The "Blacks" Hold a Rousing Meeting,
Organize a Club and Adopt
.Mrs. I,. J,. IJueklnghnm Is serious
ly ill at the residence of her son-in-law,
P. B. Woodworth, on Galty
hill. Hurfton, Henry llucklnghanii
who is here from Kansas on a visit,
Tin. renublicau rnlly at Clymer,
for the purpose of organizing a club,
was well attended by the lending
republicans of the district. .Uoc
Humphrey occupied the chair, and
stated the object of the meeting In a
clear and forcible manner. The
Hpeakere invited to be present,
l.nvlni? failed to respond, John A.
Hunt was called upon to address
the meeting upon the Issues of the
day, nnd the relation of the party
thereto, which he did in a stirring
Hiieech. The following resolutions
were then ndoptcd unanimously,
nn'd subscribed by nil present, and
the secretary ordered to lurnisn a
copy of the same to the Oregon
Statesman, and to the Capital
Joukxau The meeting was then
nbjourned until Friday the 30th, at
7 o'clock In the eveniug.
Bee. pro tern.
Resoi-vkii, First-That the his
tory of the republican party through
twenty-four years of wise, Judicious,
and prosperous rule; four years of
which wits through one of the most
terrible wars, with enemies within
nnd foes without, fully demonstrates
the ability of republicans to manage
the vast interests of this great nnd
Second Thnt the cause of temper
ance as a social and moral reform, Is
a great and righteous cause, nnd is
In strict harmony with the pro
gressive age In which we live.
Third That we, as republicans,
believe that the theory of prohibition
has lioen detained from returning
home by her illnwviand will probali- Is fallacious, that It Is visionary nnd
ly remain here several weeks longer. I Impracticable as demonstrated in
Her daughter, Mrs. Woodworth, Is the experimental states, and hereby
expected home from China In a few repudiate It as a party principle, nnd
Mrs. JC. J. )awne has handed in
her rt!lguatlon as teacher in the
East Baleni school to take cll'ect
Monday. It is understood that her
successor will not lie ehoson for a
timeiiH tho attendance at the school
is now smaller than usual, and her
pupils w 111 Ut placed iu other rooms.
The ladles of the Woman's College
Aiwoelatlou will give, alniut the
middle of April, a two day's steam
Unit excursion to the Cascades.
They proline making this the
event of the m'msoii, ho far aseuulue
pleasure and enjoyment goes.
Itellef Corps social this evening.
The following article of In
Mrpomtlou have Ims.ii llletl with the
MHirvtary f state: The American
Fidelity Komi fc Trust company; in
rorponilors, J. II. Turner, J. II.
Haley, l.elmmn Ultim, it. Sargent,
W. M. lUitgle, N. II. Harris, T. F.
Itaurke, J. M. I'rultt and C. H. Jack
win; eapltal sim'k, JIOO.IXX); pbuv of
liUftlllo, I'eudletou. Also, supple
menlsl Hrtlelw of the First Moth
otlist Kpleiial church, of Portland;
Ihis.rKirHliirs, A. X. Huiith, O. W.
HlKWr, J. F. Caple-, V. II. Wat
kludsti.ll. CliHiitv, S. A. Stalls
IkMTy. William Ctinnell, William I
.Masters, and Y J. Sliepley, anil J-1
V. Cm pies, trustee, einmwerlng to'
tlWjMs of ertMlu pnissrty. Also,
the M. 1C church mhiiIi, of (Iraut's ,
!; IneoriHinUors, Jhiiiw S. I
ClillU, JHmt I). Uuwte autlThiw.
Iby; no ttHrt i
ftbw I ftt Ut JU. '
It iip)MiM liutt XevluN the'
l.'lMiipis'K wlwsd teHt'lier, Is not the'
vtatlHi u l jHiHpttl ml" the brtdn',
SwtunUy atterntsMi, that wtMthy
wnut up to AtlMity tlwt veitli
ISs( ftuninsotUT X. M I'srvhi, oi
tbetl. A. It., m.Um hU fcrv. TIm
mM trs)Mitt tlumry how known
U llial tlu. kUifLU UTu. u (UtflilMIl
wlMiiwUHilrk Wft tb. lHwm1wvW,,,, Ml Jmif tbm Wty.
rfUU.ltKMMMn.Mw, Mr Sblndksr, lMrtet AlUwuey lUdl rvturnetl
Ih IS4k eiitj , tblriMt w vtmhlbtK' fKwi AllMtiy this morning.
miMMiitt lettW. He wh Iu SmUmu JutW IUiW will vmbrtbl.v esimo
A.turU, sftiiriHwu so. I ttl at '" t-HMsmw .
tin fjUul XMtnnl tMHk alstut 'INwUy's tU.ptelnw Mte tlmt the
Mir tiVluok, stun1 w btott tif t
Um ttot tssi-M ss-u. The river m
I . .. .! A.. I.. .11. .1.1. ..I 111 ..!..
n.s auiagoiiuiie w iiiuivitiuni iim.nj
and the constitution of the United
Fourth That the policy of the
republican party, us maintained to
ward the liipjor tratllc fully demon
strated In local option nnd high li
cense, is conclusive evidence of its
Fifth That we believe, that the
prohibition party Is fostered by
democratic inlluemv, nnd pay ; and
thrown upon the republican party i
with the avowed Intention of dis
rupting its ranks.
Sixth That the organization of
the prohibition party will militate
toward the tlefeat of a republican
for president In the coming election,
, thereby bringing llnauclal depres-
i siou and disaster upon tho busiues.s
j of the country. Therefore, while
we favor tho cause of temperance. we
he i deprecate prohibition as u third par
ty, as a radical ,' move ; and pledge
I'nele Charley Swegle
Sedgwick Itellef Corw mKial to-, ourselvts to wage an aggressive war-
Home nutilti oandlen at
A f "i.
JasjKir Jennings, of this eltv
Ihs'H gmutctl a pension.
Stslrt water, lullkshakBs.lemoimde,
etc., at A. Strong A Co.V.
Clerk J. It. X. Hell, of the mllnwd
ooinuil Ion, Is Iu the city.
II. C. Uulld, ofthe Stlvertou Ap
whI, wit iu thttelty to-day.
Ftxsh oysters In any style anil at I """ry on
all hmirsHt A. Strong Co.V ! thereby
fare against any intlueuce that hius
for Its object the triumph of IKmo
oratlc free trade principles, over the
prosjierous and well tried policy of
twenty-four yenra of republican rule.
Seventh That the rule of tho
democratic party thus far, through
Cleveland's administration, by his
dununuiatory tariff doctrine, and
his ludtsptvsitiou to allow the public i
l II lllt' riirii4t. ttltHIIIIVIUl
the varltsl sections of country, to
Ml-4 MeFaddeu ami OTMnttld
ihM Wu tlftsoriHl yrt
iK-vt SniunWiy tcvwitimm 71
a'dknrk, v Adtuwlux tgniwHH'
1M W hmWl t iWf rvfrubtr hmH-
IU "f I'M' tKsst lVHIklM' Uxlfv,
Ma nil iwMtttKtni mi muW Hi U
pMMnl isjwtMi, ltrw lSnk IVtwy;
tola, " H)' l'U W'himW U.'k
Agiu." Itrtt. ltu,t-r . reUik, )trv
Hki, HMruuta-utelttuH, HrxsK Ur
Mtuttl AntMMtm; rwiuikxt. lint.
Ho-r, sumrtHlv, "Tltr ttkt Humm
AIM WImU tt IW Iu V;" sfxvii,
X. H- tU.vbU; m.. Mr. M. J.
WhU tMkl ftf
FT ' iy-mk it, ntvwtw,
rww lor .riT.t. jwnx.u, M
HlMkr m0 Hom J J. MiiTih
mli lM tW MMmImmI t iW
m f iMmm X tUv m vw AumUh
Mfe- TW tlMUMWftUMI NMll.
MW "JM4w (VImU tM
Manilim wAwi4 ilirWiB t lr
emtNtntsHiueut, fully demoiist rates
a Uek of statesmanship, and tle
inunds n elmnge from dvui(Hmtic to
lilghth-That the apjiointment of
such men as I.amiir, to preside over
the highest tribunal In the gift of
the issmle. uml lli niiiMkliitiii.ini if
WH sr tlw rsjUti of a wblbt other corrupt and lnoftlelnt nitMi to
iHriMlmciitAilMH. hH-U.Ni reported iH. H u UlrtU lt nwn, of
fhmithewiwUtei. autl pWed on Amoriean hlstorv.
tin. wWKUr. Xlnth-That the Nieriflcw tvf aur
uumlrod tluHhuul Imive and uobe
hu'h, to us,tMt aniusl relHtlllou. Is
St(nn wwlMnts iw evwr wkle ik Rrwt a .orirttv to alkiw ex
MWHkktittwmmtwelMiHUtstkf tmtle mnfetlerute oftlckl to hold ii4acts
will mU'UwMr HKMttlik;, wIhhw tsf Umtormid trust. Therefore, that i
irti ittttttttiMt h lrttk of ovist U) weaseti-litUsrvtrs, UtlWvtt, by lsrlng
efi. f Uw Wkkkia Capital limlHtnMm all tmr smng fcwiw,
JiH'HNAl. will I vMtt ot m.t aul uniting In a swimthI Mtikttt of
weA TblWssrwtUW( iHrt,v imhIwu, tlwt w will irrj- tho
rvrj b.Hbttl In MNriun MMiuty luttkMMl ttsttetkni bv Mnnu, St.'jtilin
nl uurny In XurtWru llk, ! KU1 ( Vvtskwi to tlw wmtntrv wvt-
UUt hmi prt .if lb cuuuty Utlm- wttksUtMilnK.
Ufy U SWi. CtirwlHilua W whm Twih-TtaHt m. ftw tW mmil-
hmK wlmUstMf: VHlbW. hh4 Ow Mlksu trf mu k All tlw vnrfed
CAflTAL JlH'HXAL m!wut 1 1 oHW rf Immmk ami pibiW tritet,
.-ireuUlkw Ull lvW. TW thnt wtll s4mm4 -tur on th Uu f
wKintf) UmW Is worth MMiaHK NtMiMtmu nriiMatil
Balem, March 19, 18S3
On motion of W. H. Holman,
Samuel Stanley Pentz was admit
ted, upon certificates from the U. b.
supreme court and the supreme
. fTn tn nractice in all tne
courts of this state.
W. N. Northup, et al., app., vs. 1 .
A, Marquam, resp.; appeal from
Multnomah county; argued and;
submitted. W. Y. Masters auu J
K. Kelly, attorneys for app.; A. H.
Tanner, attorney for resp.
F. P. Embree et nl., resps., vs. i"
L. Peckman et al., apps.; appeal
from Yamhill connty; judgment of
the court below reversed and the
cae dismissed; opinion by Strahan,
Following Is the syllabus:
1. Chattel Mortgage Defined.
chattel mortgage Is the condi-
llnnnl unlo nf n ehnttl'l to le V01U
upon the performance of the condi
tions named therein.
2. Partner Power to Mortgage
Chattels of the Finn to Secure
Partnership Debts. One member of
a firm has the authority to mortgage
tho chattels of the partnership to
secure the payment of partnership
iinhta. without the knowledge or
mnhont of the other members of
Joseph Holladay, app., vs. Esther
Hollnday, resp.; appeal from Mult
nomah county; judgment of the
lower court reversed and the case
remanded for such further proceed
ings as may be proper in accordance
with this opinion by Lord, C. J.
Tho syllabus Is:
1. An executor is a person to
whom the decedent has confided the
execution of his last will and he
derives his appointment from It.
Letters testamentary Issued by the
probate judge are but the authentic
evidences of the power conferred oy
tho will, and are founded upon. the
probate of that Instrument.
2. At common law all jiersons
capable of mukiug wills, and some
others besides, are capable of being
made executors, and from the
earliest time It has been the rule
that everv person may be an
executor, saving such as are ex
3. Ourcodehasdisqualllled many
persons, who, at common law, were
competent to serve as executors, the
tendency of modern legislation be
ing to enlarge the control of probate
courts In respect to testamentary ap
pointment; but the principle by
which the court is to lie guided In
determining to whom letters tes
tamentary are to lie issued remains
4. As at common law so under
the statute, all persons not expressly
forbidden may servo as executors,
and when one or more are so ap
jHiinted by the testator, the court
must give heed to his choice and
Issue the necessary letters to enable
such representative to perform his
5. It was, therefore, held, that
when a will is proven, it is the plain
duty of tho court to grant letters tes
tamentary to tho person named In
the will, upon his application, who
Is not disqualified by the statute.
H a ClirmU Urar.
Anyliody can catch a cold this
kind of weather. The trouble is to
let go like the iiiau who caught the
liear-. We advise our readers to pur
chase of D. W. Matthews & Co.,
100 State street, Salem, a bottle of
SANTA A1UK, the California
King of Consumption, Asthma,
Itronchltis, Coughs and Croup
Cures, and keep It handy. "Pis
pleasing to the taste and death to
the aUive complaints. Sold at 1.00
a Inittle or S for $i6U CALI
FORNIA CAT-U-CUHK gives mi-
mediate relief. The Catarrhal virus
Is soon displaced by Its healing anil
jH-notratiug nature. Give it a trial.
Six months treatment $1.00, stmt bv
For Booh, Stationery Fancy Goods !
T. McF, Patton's,
98, STATE STREET.
TO BE SHOWN
FANCY. ASHTON LE-
m.m,nvr-nv ir..TX AND
Si , lillIlUt i"- . ...-. ---
C VT PAP "PLAIN AND NUMBERED. TYPE WltlTisiW'
,A MATVE1UAKK ACME WRITING AND SCHOOL
TABLETS. FABER'S PENCILS AND 1 EN
HOLDERS. RUBBER BANDS AND
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO i BE I 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 JBgLLWAR.
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 LOG BOOK. GILLCHRIST'S MANUEL , FOR IN
FANTRY OFFICERS, (PRICE $1.00). UPTON'S TACTICS
AND REED'S REVISED EDITION, (.30 CENTS.
For Fruit Growers :
PEAR CULTURE FOR PROFIT, ($1.00). DOWNING'S REVISED
NEW EDITION FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMER
ICA, ($3.00). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUITS, ($3).
THOMAS' AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST,
PRICE $2. HOP CULTURE NEW
AND REVISED EDITION,
98, STATE ST.
mH Dental Mgp
L. S. SKIFF & CO.
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA HOUSE, SALEM.
Vitalized Air Given for tke Painless Extraction of Teeth-
Jt6SThe person awakens from a pleasant dream with the aching?
Also gold Crowns Set.
Set Dickens. 15 Volumes, hair Russia, Usual Price $32.50, Our Price 20.00.
Set LjltoB,26 " Clolli, Gilt lop, " " 32.50, " '23.50.
Set Thackeray, 11 " Hair Morocco, u ' 22.50, ta 15.00.
Set Waveriy, 12 - Half blue Calt " " 32.50, " 17.50.
Set I P. Roe, 15 " Cloth, - ' 22.50, " 13.00.
Set Capl. M. Reid, 10 Vols. Clolli " li 15.00, u 10.00.
BIUIB UU rr SIf!!
Willis & Clwinlxirlln have a few
ltlrahle Imlldlng !( la East
ShUhii for sale on rwwmsulo terms.
ivnkm tltlring ellslhle hiilhllng
siu uiHild ilo well toexaniinethem,
s wily a few miHi lots aa to W lmd
In the elty limit. Abo, 35 kh. In
North Salem at hpefkl lwrslns.
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
J. BENSON STARR'S.
118, State Street, - - . Saenli Oregon.
Capital Lumbering Company!
-MAXn.UTTHKH8 OK AND IlKAI.KKS IX
HMtiiMAll pMMMMbr. lbl tMt
iiaimttuM i wm li. iVfT). mmh.
THE FINEST LINE OF
Tito w4BU l
lUM A WdMi w Ai
TW ORIGINAL AKIKTINK
OI NTM KNT W mJj- put up in Wr ,
iwxMmite mi box. mmIUdh II
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Thl U Ik mhXAmUatiA 7?A .-,.,- ...
kMaMAMNMMtMPMhMMVjMlOKlUlNAL ARIIR1NK Ol! tVt" 'N bALtM.
. .ImhI .J tt iWi-MKNT. &iM brllW. iLu-u.l
Dressed and Undressed.
CttXSTAXTI.Y X IIA.VO;
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fejjce Posts,
Vr itMaUiv.iNSw. - iTf 3!LJr " w. j
4 til iKr dHhM.Ulil
t4Mr A MKin ,rf SitviM (Vttb. f hox -.y uil cBU. I'M Ate. OAI.VJtW.
tor tlw mUmiKC -iri IU.