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nifiirnii mirnvii ( Tin. immmI of ili Kwrricc they I yesterday, from
bhM.Ml lAUIAIi .lULliiiii 110,WM.7W .HI1(UI1V ltall f refill, that inom-y enough Ik- MlxcrlM.
in Hit wimluel of mhU- itllhir l 1,500 was the- -urn named, to pn
thelr boinliwtioii. The lvl! ht-I imro and irlnt another iminiihk't.
..U.. r..l. U'ura Iu.m1 nil tllf frt('t HttrHCti Vl'I V I'llllKjllHllfd With
1. 1.., i ............ ...,...i i., .,.1.,, i. iikt..r..l fur 'nf oiiriiiilillr'liiiildiumaiid surround-
Hie whole jr-ojiIp, and hence the t Inj? wene-, and solid copies of thi
cmoluments of olllce ahould le fairly abroad together with extra edition"
distributed. This wan approved by of our local newiien when tliej
Cleveland m KMind, and when elect- contain matter of interest to out
ed to the rcldeney he declared Mde readers. The -uni mentioned
this rule should lie oWrvcd. Hut J would furni-Ii useful inforniatioi. t.
he reckoned without his host. The ' ten thousand families,
democratic Htoumch was to void and ' Napoleon one time instructed an
nLMmninid rH.trulniMl liv hiiv nrtillerv ollicer. to combine the tin-
consideration of right ; It was linn- of several pieces when he directed
gry for the kiwIIx, anil the right to ' his aim at a group of olllcers. Tin
plunder and desMII the victors is as-' more agents employed the more ef
wrtcd as an Incident to their "kuc- fective. This missionary work
iiwful and victorious camimlgn." should not be left to one or two nl
In the platform adopted, the-e unteers but all should bear a hand.
Mi)Mirters of the administration I Our waste places want flllinir; tin
Imve placed llicinelvi- on record, j harvest is plenty but the lalxjrers an-
They uniiiulvocally a-ert that they ' few; o let all join in calling in otli
want olllce simply for what is in it, ers to partake the bounti
and Its jirollU belong to them lie. for them
(WW they are the winning; party.
This Is no new revelation, but it Is
not often that Hellish motive Is so
uiidisguselly exioed to public
EVEKY CVENIMfi EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Jhot1 PtfWhWng Cempany.
0, 112 Cwri Strwl. r H Mfl.
TKKMH Of HUWCBHTION
Otwymr, by inall. yj
Mix month, by inrtl ?S2
Thrw inotiOw tiy tmtt....
IVr mfk doHvMsd by fmrttor la
Otw ymr ? '
Hlx iikiiIIi I I
Ttirw iwmtn '
tifi'iftmiuHfn are huIIhhImxI to its
rAlv.rtlIIHC rlMon application to
WM. II. I'AllltV. - - ' Mttimai-r.
-KHlrnl m mKMMt-rhHM irwtter at tin
fttleiM.Onvoti. itotntttrc, MhicIi R. IS.
HATl'HDAV, MAltCH M.lim.
' ....... . tiii'iiTNI'llENTS. I
Jb First NationalBank
cuts oKtimi i-s
Wilboiiftle .Minimi Modrty cvuns-rt
A 111 1.
MARION COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
J. l. WAI.IM), MmIm?.
T T. OKKIt, Kllvtrtsn.
1. O. WIIKIK, Htlwi.
8. I.AYMA.V, Wj4biirti.
W'H. AKMHl'UO.Vd, Himlli Hikm
) M. OltOIHA.V. Hiltn
1". J. JIAHCOOK, H.lMti.
J. II. HTAIIIt, liutSilrai
A. 0. OO.SUir. Auwwrlllp
A.JK. III,0KKIIIIV. HIlTfdun
A III CflHNDI.Itm, Mirloa
W. T OIIIM. HabUrJ.
II. W. YODHM, HIItmIm.
W J CUI,Vi:il. )'jlg.l.m.
I). T. 0. liyUNIl. WwlbHtn.
:;iiv cnin; c.i.uc km.i.ow nits.
II. J. MlNTHOKX
II. .. COOK
C. B. StOOKES
VM. N. I.ADUE,
DIt. J. REYNOLDS,
JOHN MOIU, - -
. . President.
. . . Cuhter.
Exchange on Portland, San Frnncjsco,
New York, I.ondon and Hong Kong
bought and cold. .State, County and Cltj
warrants bought. Farmers are cordlall
tn Ited to deiioslt trad transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
rcntnnniiip nite. Insurance on nucn se-
i..,,rit,- ,mn i. nhinlned nt the bank in
must' reliable companies.
lti:i'OHM .OINO IIACKWAIIDS.
iM'tiiiMATioN ion i.am) si:i:ki:iw.
When Clevelanil was elected to
IIih prislileuey, he sought to disarm
nil Hppri'liciiMloii as to tlic iwiiKm by
declaring his devotion to civil ser
vice ruliw. Ilealllriucil his lnlcn
liou to busjNirlug of removals, and
lit lie willcllmix fur the kooI of the
wirvlce In wlialever appiliitmen(H
lie uilght uialte. However sincere
he might have been in Hits'
uviimhIk, it was foicM-en that one
man could not stand against the
proMunioflils mrly, and (hat the
riuxi for hmin would ride over his
virtuous resolve. All this has i-ouie
o Hm,. One man Kier had to
give way, and under (he thin ill,
gllbs.' or olli'iislve MrtlHUsp the
iitllt'iMlHV waskei( In motion, and
over.v day saw Its hecatomb or
vlethii. Thl mirii'iuler of die e.
isiitlc to Ihedeuiauds ir his siiih
Mirtem Iih. indely torn awa, all
pnUn' to hold regard for the
public giKsl. The NpolU or olllce are
now avow wltw (lie main attraction
In holding hikI r'lnlngHier, and
miy regard fttr tUliem or di-K'nlng
U mtMiUsl w illmy jm'lensc.
'lilt" prolwhly einlHildeneil I lie
dwiuKMHUoi'Multuuiiwh on Wed
iiewlny tokKakout with the blunt
iHt they did. In tin. nohillons
Hihi(slihey dtvUre, ina string of
"where" (Mt ",hivm Mr,.
impl.N lutM'liliicry fiw eHir.ing on
tlMgo,ii)ieiit;" "all u', iuin
m ku.H the tenure liy hleli
Uky iX' held;" 'ifoilUv U a matter
of proltt mimI Mlvtttimt, It U a right
IUmI iiitm than one lnmld share in
It;" "tl( detumnttle dHtriiK U that
th righu f ttll men are tUMl, and
Wltuetri III Htaithll ttl lMttlctMlC
in tliow rtgiiiM U Ju-tlrtsl in doing
Am kHnitlittr)Hiuika tlMw
IMrthemiUMiVMhgluly iuIxmI, mt
uitM, iHtt l hey mix- liiUTMUiiig m
Amiiubiliiiii tkr iHhlc of the mmiIW
. Tht fttlloHlng eiUMliil
wwU nrv Himli gtvlng iii full:
WiihMKAK, lHtring the now
UMMIKIMttle lnilUtllUl NItlIMlMII
uf IML which rtMiltnl in the
munipii or in iMiMMYMti
The Oregon Land Co., of this
city, is engaged In a commendable
work. They have Just issued a
handsomely illustrated and ucll
prinled pamphlet, entitled -'A
('omH'iidium of Information Con
cerning the Willamette Valley, ami
Salem, the Capital City of Oregon."
In a brief preface the compilers say,
"The object of this publication Is to
given brief description or the Wil
lamette valley in Western Oregon,
with information In regard to its re
sources, adaptation to farming,
stock raising, lav culture and dairy
ing, and esK'clally fruit raising, to
which It is more naturally adapted
than any other part of the United
Stab's." In giving tlilsluforniatlon
over-statements are carefully iw
cheued and figures given which are
sustained by actual yield. They un
dertake to prove,
1st. That when all things are
considered, this Is the plcasantcst
climate In the I'nltcd States.
-ud. Oiegon Is shown by reliable
statistic to ls (lie healthiest state
In the I m lull.
;ird. Salem Is hunounded by over
four million acres of choice farming
laud, much the linger part of it
Ith. Salem oilers the best op
Krtuni(lc for investment of auy
jilace in the west, Mug very recent
ly, by the completion of tile South
ern i'acllle railroad, placed on one
of the prlnclud transcontinental
railroads. Real estate Is very rapid
ly appreciating In value.
And by a candid description of
thccombltles of this llch valley,
and the concurrent testimony of
eouiMteut writers from abroad, they
bring conviction home to the
reader. Frank I'lxley, the editor of
I ho Argonaut, telling of a leceut
trip to Oregon, maken (his candid
admission nt (he c.k'im' of his own
much minted state:
William Dudley Faulke, president
of the Indiana civil service reform
association, addressed the senate
committee on Wednesday last, in
which he deserilied the condition of
the civil sen-lee in Ids own state.
The following summary of his state
ment Is furnished by a Washington
He described the sweeping- re
movals made by 1'ostinaster Jones
of Imllananolis. He detailed the
defects in the postal service which
resulted. Three weeks elapsed be
tween mailing and delivery of drop
letters, i urnera were appointed
who could not read the addresses on
the letters. I he letter boxes were
left unvlslted until (hey were filled
to ovcrllowlng. The witness said
that out of l.'Mi cases of suspension,
nearly all the presidential postmaster-",
only two were even in
formed of the motives or reason for
their removal. The witness called
uMn the president and round that
he knew but little or these removals.
The president said that it was im
possible to let the parties know
what had lieon charged. They were
doing the Ih's( they could." The
president expressed the hope thai
the association would go slow, as he
has great dinlculty in bringing some
ot his party up to his ideas on civil
service rcfoini, and that Indiana
was a pretty hard state.
IS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
219 COMMERCIAL STREET,
Wfvl. BROWN & CO.
to hoar fttMUitarxl ImMvi Win i'k.'.
land ud HnidricU, mimI the nlkr.
Mtun of the dtiutvrfttic Mrty to the
voutixtlof ihf IMrnil giiwmmetK,
llwimt(i tWiiMiid nude li the
ikV MMfur "eliMiiu.," to Wmhu
ibr IkkiliK" and "turn the i-nmmU
In Itselliiiatle conditions Oregon
In unlike Calirornlr. ; It Is the border
laud where the four mximiiis meet
the two wheie summer, tall, au
tumn and winter, with their fro-is
and snows, their falling leoves, their
buds and IiIummiui, their April
show ers and summer reins. iuih'I the
rctdm where it rains only In winter
and l dr, in summer ; wlieiv Ihu
llful ineadows in eternal verdure.
and fontMOver gii'ii Aide away to
fircMt at Id valleys, looking sore, and
iixiwu, auddeMilatein thelrsiiumier
undrew.. Oregon Is uiot liemitlful
Fle thiaisMiid i-opW of this paiii
jdiWt lme Ikvii pnblUhwl, which
will be siii t,( priu who atv look
ing HttMUanl for a home. It l tim
Ute to pirMM-h a man after he Iim
pureiuMwd his ticket and started on
hUJiwrnex with ItifortiutUoii aUait
Sjik'iu in the Wllktiiielte valley.
11 W uilml is made up, Hnd he U
Umnd lo)p thnmgh. 'lt lutlwiuv
m butd wvker ymi uiu( rtwclt him at
lik hoiiH, Mild tfmitl your eUhii
... . . . .
wnen ih i in a stale of luliol to nm
titer liieiii. liiU klan tlie kll
IWIeroftln itaniiihWt irMsm ui
aoti4. 'iltey iwv. alrxady ader
tWil their luiiin Mhe tiiait
l.v In hiding MuUni jtmruMk, awl
WMWti;,,t1irvUMlM..k.rf iK.i WMVD MHwetWd ill luruintr tltv
ntKiL urtMlMI "MI the rank aitMilktii of maity w Uu arv txxitui
AM ale r tlw itMiKM-ralle vrr utaltiut a eiiautt itt U.mu In tl.u
r-st!1-1' i i-i-rf
iMKUOutioJutAtMiwaitd ruMut. j HMnmm man all part f tlM M4t4 K4M4.
oMkv. tlis-f b u WMWl, MKMr.bytiaxiss,an Hill ewtiiiig HM 1 o-ullit. l'wf MO
11m.ii km, Tlat liiU t-tanontkiii ,u AU ,bw ,u h U-! Ijmk, of thU rtt v. will d.iw ii
NuUrU tlH,uuuiiilM..kilu. tt-i iJVmI uli), - .v .j ,w- ...ll, '. .11- u,Tr "
.imiii.. auuAi ui rjr.i' r w - " 1- -" "nH " "- i
. . .. . ...a. L '"" ,w w "--"-- llkj
niwrHUia ntaaaaaaflftawaafc a.ittiti ... .
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Tin: St. Louis Globe-Democrat is
IxHimlng the city on the birth and
classical attainments of its hotel
waiters. These gentlemen, we are
told, come mostly from Euro1
French gentlemen from Cork, most
probably they nn distingue inap
Karancc, so handsome, and unex
ceptionable in manners. Most of
them are noblemen ami college
graduates, proficient in (ia-ek and
Latin, and with dialectic skill to
tear the shrewdest political argu
ment to pieces. At one hotel, wo
are told, a waiter gave an evening
reading to his fellow knights of the
napkin. Among his selections was
"a chapter from Virgil." ((Juery,
did Virgil write In chapters?) This
was heartily applauded, and the
proprietor was surprised to Hud that
mo-t or his dining-room hands uro
I'tuiilllur with the dead languages.
New .spa.ors that haven't climate to
sell and fertile acres to vaunt, are
driven to their ow n Inventlv earners
lo get up a Ihhiiii.
Damki.O'Connhu. made a Ml
liuitxgate iMiwouiiiu towering mad
by calling her "an Isoscule. triangle."
She thought it was wiiue terrible
lei m ofahuM. TlieStateMiian this
morning calls the prohlhltlonUts
"heuwphrodlles,"aiid as uattivu
Is iMiieealetl Milnd Hii ludeliiaihlu
term, we may e.p t the wM wtur
dU'lph to Avl them-elviH siwnuv.
fully mUvalkHl. 'l'ake auA slwjwj
TliK kimii miMhkM. IWU. i,t
ima-h hopMkfHld IYihii the prhl
ItUhmlM. At the MillVagc ivunell
hekl in Washlngum City thl-. wk.
iMieofthv Uwly sieakefs -,i, tin.
)n)4ilMtitHi party was gHh in jws.
lug rwolutkm, but as yet had m)
svlltleal power. A niaji'irity itf itB
lltaHlllvfe, lH dtvllirtsl, llsiaitly wt
llw rvwblhwii tivket. Hw ny
hitwa In tlH fciriiiatkHi wf a
m laOUUiM (Mtutv uuAmt iK. ow a nvtur auu
Mid HII ihHr uat ith hii! WMII to mm til huu
rataUOr ami aMcfcnii mm nt b, 4iwk uT tlKNMUida ot AMuttt wtto
"wuitok- Bwawww ui BUIU. mL lulWr
atMnM III iuytiti.
UMNHiujt W ep,sj,j,j.
V'll Ttl - ..... .J .L !
MMllMiun. WMWbSf we, J1?
Of UtW eMtUlMt lu tk mUmiw b
arm lot uk tk i-mnrtii or tm
TWI what tWMiugty
'ouriMclitnr natui arc rtttn b,a.Wv
ttat baavy m
aa om tomx.'
huittd W miiMiLi '
1 nrnUnad HUtwt oa tk
mftwr hwiMaa ajwail pnttiy i
r IMiNMknl a tlOatlou
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pelts ami Furs.
SALEM, - - OREGON.
DON'T YOU FORGET IT!
At the Opera House Corner,
ARE DAILY RECEIVINC1
New Dress Goods,
Awl ar Milling the mum at their Usii i,w priw
CALL AND SEE US;
Your Fauiilicf and Slay Awhile ! !
.v, awl tlw HKt iiWtsJHg okb in tli oitv.
Will take Chickens, Butter and Eggs on Account.
"IT7-ILI. UL'Y AND SELL ItEVL ES-
tatc. Is now midline hundreds of
thounnds of eiistcrn people by extensively
ndertlslnK In nil of the lending now,
papers of tho United Stntes. Their facUl.
ties for tlndlng buyers of real estate nre un
excelled. It Is to the Interest of those ha.
Ins real estate to sell, to plnco It where
buyers come to buy. w
B. S. COOK, Mnnnger.
H. J. Mutinous, Assistant.
Office: front room up stairs in the Statt
Insurance Company's building.
TIMF' APr11 ls u' Frll,a-V nud Saturday.
ClfillTC. 1. Oregon City locks and woolen
OlUlllO. mllK 2. Cyclorama of Battle of
Gettysburg, it. Battalion drill at
Vancouver by arrangements with
Col. Anderson. -I. Great scenery
along the Columbia river.
t MPGUMUVTC . Concert on tho steamer ot
aJlloLUrjiMo. Ue Cascades nt 8 p. m,
April 13, by Salem's best talent.
with cot lu parlors
sleep in aming nan ana gents
parlor. 2. Scats for nil who go,
U Mnolo nn uinntiinp for nil Cflm
B O O T 1 S
lo 1 "T" "IT
v -1 n
O fSk O
s JWo "eT s
lifallier iniiii Findings ! ; Ymf
jgi, "Hiiiiiir -T" VM
P in ai
tor. 2. S
8. Jtenls on steamer for all
take no lunch, nlso coflec.
1. Hound trip from Siuern,
Si'JO. 2. Meafs on steamer.
.Soc. 3. Cyclorama, 60c.; pupils,
25c. -I. Iso extra lor sleeping nor
concert. Tickets at I'atton's and
Htnrr's book stores.
PflllAlITTl'P. Mesdames I'arvln, Adams,
tUJlJIIl IrJIj. Uyars.VanSeoy.nndMlsscs
iloores, Harrington and Dear
born, nnd I'rof. Starr.
Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Lard, Dried Fruits, Etc,
Kor which the highest market price will be
paid. Farmers, our prices for groceries are
Innrlnbly low, nnd wo think you will find
It to your Interest to consult us before you
dispose of your produce or lay In a stock ot
groceries. Don't forget the place.
WINTERS & THOMAS,
Court street, -:- -:- -:- Salem, Oregon,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Marlon County.
In the matter of the estate ot Andrew
Notice Is hereby given that I have filed
mi Hn1 fliwuMitit H...1 tl.n. fnn.in.. .1.-
IV . . ...-vwnwi, twivA lliui .1U11UM, lilt-
,th day of May, lSSS.at 10 a. in., has been
out ni.-ariiij; iiujcciious io me same.
A gx)d iron frame Horse Power. Good
for all uses, from one to full capacity. All
fortlielownrlc-nnmn. rail n tl.n bnin
Cider, Vinegar A Fruit Preserving Com.
pnny's otilee. Snlem, Oregon.
CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. O. G. T..
hall, second door north of Post Office. G
Js.o. Knioiit, See., H. S. Johy, W. C. T.
GEO. D. GOODHUE, WOOD DEALER
office with Geo. V. Johnson, 2:15 Com
mercial street. All kinds of wood for sale.
Siiwedtoany length desired. Cash must
accompany au ortlers
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
p'1 , dcrs w' receive prompt attention.
SSST"" kinds of woric In our line
sXT" !? J? ?? t lsuict ton guaranteed.
Siiieni or '" HoH,,eou Collrt s,eot
WILLIS k jCILUIBERUN,
Real Estate Agents
propertj nowoirerlngou rensonnble terms.
nn ii ,?Jx,le,!? ot Insurance
mi all ctewft, of prowrty In
and wealthy Coi nimnlti.
MlWl'jUSrt I1?-' IO!"S OU " W1'"10 or I'"
Wednesday Evening, April 4th.
GRAND -:- CONCERT
rXlVEHSITV CU0R.IL CLUB
Conservatory of Music,
"Wwfiyjfflfe. A wni of
V !. t I'HAMBEKLIN. OPKRA
on ivm -?-L 7
TZTZ?? Lcn wt. nxt tat of rhri