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BVBXIXfi CAPITAL JOURNAL
H'BUWHII
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Hr TUB
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
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A4.riNtinju.teni ore HUtbortMd
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i-Knlerd Ht the HHlem IVmIoIIIiv w
MOHXUtiMHI IIIHllCf.
TJIL'IIHDAY, MARCH 10, 1888.
ANMllI.M'KHIiUS.
1'rolil HHiiity Convention -Mnrrh 111.
KhwihI llHClUKlit lUnil Alnrrli 21.
Jli'Hilll(tii 1'iiiiHirlM .Mnrrh at.
IU'hiM4ii County Oimi'iillon -Mnr 'Jl.
AiiiiiihI lloriHliow .Mnrrli.1l
lUri'llUCW tlllTi NKSTHIN
For Miirioii county will U hi-lil
nt tliu iMrii Iidiik! in Kalcin on
Tliiireiliiy, Miiruh ISIth, IMS, at II
o'dliHik ii. in. for the purMH. of
lllcCtlllK It lIcK'glltl'M (O till Ktlltl'
convention to Imj liclil In Portland
the 1 1 til day of Airll 1M8, anil to
iioiiiiiiuli 11 vu tiiiullilatcM for lln
hKlIiitnri', county Work, kIktIIi",
rmirtlor, IniiHiirt'r, wliool NiiMrlu
ti!iiili'iit,twociiiiiiilwl(iiicii,iiHMtiir, Miirvuyoriinil corotior, mill totrainxicl
any cil her IiiihIikwm tliat may pn
urly ihiiiui lioforo tin c-oiivi-ntlon.
I'rlnmriiw will In? hold on Saturday,
Man-h 31th.
AI'lHIIITIONMr.NT.
TlicH'vtnil iiriH'liiclM tin entitled
to IhofiilliiwiiiK iiiiinU'rof (IcI('kiiI(:
UK KOUMIIT WITH I.OOAS.
To tub Eihteh: In your iw-uc of
March 0th apieflrs an extract taken
fr,n.l liu Villi. tlfHIld VOlir lUst Bllll
i. ... i... ii....n..n ni.tu
jxjruui'ui rciiiHrKM iiiuinjii. "
old He III regard to Logan is an
cxcroMCcncc which rotted more than
twenty yearn ago, but weiiw Btill to
retain a putridity which in exceed
ingly Hweet to the jerverted taste of
tbi editor of the Vidette. The fiictn
r. Mii. At the breaking out of, of this great
Ihowar Loifiin wa a ihwiiIkt of protectionist state u
New Vork Sun: Cleveland's ma
jority over Maine In "ew Jersey
was just 4,412. The narrow mnrgln
of democratic Mifety iu thatstate is
made still narrower by he return
to the republican ranks of thousands
of teinjerance republicans who have
been acting temporarily wttn tne
prohibitionist organization ; and ;
that a man Is a fool who cannot
foresee the inevitable result of any ,
attempt to force upon the democrats
manufacturing and
free-trade plat-
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tllh U'tter calculated to footer piim
Miiity hiiiI the upliiilldlngofa city
than a IUmhIUoii ( IM ,,M, tlll
iuwiurMti Inline ndiHtriiK. Thlngn
iiiHiiuftifttinHl, khhIh retailed, or
work neitlixl, hliould lx prtH'tuiMl at
huiiU'when It Im hmIIIc l. do mi.
mentiiouxh It apiwivntly cou
llttlit more Hihii Ii w.miI.I In H lurm-r
t'lty. Your inert-lmtitM, nmiiunu'tur
omMitdiiieelMiilc Imve tlielr money
Iuvw(l hiiiiiiik ii ami it .u our duty
toHi( In uwklnjc that lnvttineii't
nil1tlile tothom. Kviirydnllar we
Invmi IniliiiiiHic i mde at homo
iinUuhU titieiniirvt of the whole
iMiiiuulty; every diillradilwl to
the Value of one dev ofpqnity dl
liH'tly mIiU iimn ur Ivntotlie Mir
niuiiiliii lwty hidliM'lly.
An lnjutjee whleh earorrv to
my U WMK(ltvil rlylit herv In Si'lem
ik that f MMi.lhijf u Portland ftir
HINIiy ftlM Nttifltitf luHlMilmld
Uw wlieu (he fte( U llwt, taking
UllM, fNftHHd tMHihlf Into ttlll
httTNttnii, llH.y eiu Ui IumI jMM
pxxl mimI jit.t Hehwpii,.vHt iMiuie.
Tlwvure to.i ikmh.v i.U' h,. l
)Mtriiltt- thr umw metvliMiii w hen
Wy mtut e and lme to U ear
rUI fhmi time in ti,llv iHM xv I,,,,,
tM mu kU, the. ruh oil
t.iMMlttHl4f ,Mth. IV,,,', ,
II. lto fvwj Utliiic tm ltw, riht
)MWWiriM4lllHd It, Mltdlt Hill
Mot U umu.v wr Ih.,mv Slem w III
"' HkM(kW lu MMIIe4
lNmtwul ur hu. ikIw eit
with
Congreii from Southern IIllnoK
Jllt lR'fore the illNt imttie of Mill
Hun lie inude a HHtfh there whleh
was a masterly defence of the gov
ernment and ii bitter denunciation
of the traitors and their northern
allies. On the morning of thebattle
iniiiiy Congressman in their car
riages followed the army to witness
the Imttie. Not w I-ogan. On foot,
with ii musket In his hands, on that
fatal morning he olned the ranks
of the Slid Michigan Infantry and
through that long and terrible day
stood with the soldiers of that regi
ment, which had the honor, with
the Ilril Michigan, of covering the
retreat of the army from that dis
astrous Held. A few days after the
battle, (Jovernor Yates arrived in
Washington. He met Logan, who,
in the very tlrst words he uddreased
to him, asked for a commission to
raise a regiment of volunteers from
his own district. The request was
Instantly granted. Kcslguing ills
seat in Congress lie hurried home.
He then lived In Marion, a small
town In Southern Illinois and dis
tant some twenty-live miles from
the nearest railway station. His;
wife procured a horse and buggy
and drove to the station to meet
him. He did not come and she
returned to Marion. The town was
full of rebel sympathl.ers and coh
iierlieads, of whom the editor of the
Vidette Is a degenerated specimen.
They had read Logan's recent
sKveli in Congress and had heard
of his conduct ut Hull Hun, and now
they oM'iily threutened her life and
that of her husband should he dare
say a word for the Pnion cause on
his arrival. With great anxiety the
noble woman turned around and
retraced her steps to the station.
Late that night Logan came. Leav
ing their tired horse they procured
another and set out for Marlon,
when1 they arrived a little after
sunrise.
The mob was still there and im
mediately surrounded their carriage.
Hut Logan did not falter. Standing
up hi the buggy with matchless elo
quence he pleaded the ciui.se of the
I'uloii, and called upon loyal men
to come forward and enlist In Its' de
fense. And there, without leaving
the carriage imd his wife by hissldo,
he U'gan the enrollment of that
splendid regiment (lie :I1M. III., at
(he head of which he soon after
marched away for the scene of con
lllet. Thce facts wen- known and
tue remembered by hundreds living
In Illinois Unlay. Now I am awaiv
that the man who vomits his bile
through the columns of the Vidette
is Ignorant and liable to Ih limm-ed
Usiu, and Us I to publish falsehoods
In hid wer through excessive lgnt
nuice, hut In this Instance I Mleve
he knew all the facts in the ease and
knew when he wrote and published
the article it was an infamous false
hood, and he did It to insult the liv
ing and dishonor the memory of the
iiulitedeHil. He unite it with malice
inviiM; with studied malignity
and dMiiiUMble HirMfeo. While then'
nwylx'HulMw to punish th, lim.
IhjtHcr of the dead nddler and state,.
urn li, jet I U'lleve then IshmmiII
tneiit in this country w hlch will n
jlttnl htm its the vile dcAtmcr that he
l, and will hold hlui up to the pub.
M'wru ami exeentthHi.
S. H. OHMSHY.
KmmiiT(Oiv.i, Manlill, ss.
form and a free-trade candidate.
DIED.
OKAY At Chcinnwa. March 15th, 1888.
Jiwslc, tliitiglitor of John Oniy, ni?ed 2
years and S month". Tliefuncml will be
from the II o'clock train to-morrow. Ser
vice at the I. O. O. !". cemetery. Friends
of the fflinlly nre Invited.
WKDDI.K. Died nt her home near Jeffer
son, Wednesday, March H,Mr.A. Wed
dle, nifeil years.
HON!). At the furm of M. I Jones, near
Oerval', on Thursday, March 15, 188S,
Mm. V. H. JloncI, aged about w yean.
Deceased had been married only
twelvemonths when curried off by
that dread disease consumption.
The body will be taken to Eugene
for burial.
SALEM, OREGON.
VM. N. I.ADUE.
I)H. J. RKYNOLDS,
JOHN MOIH, - -
- - President.
Vice President.
... Cashier.
New
GENERAL BANKING,
xchange on Portland, San Francisco,
.. Vnrlr finrtntl ntlll IIOIllT Kone
ImuRlit and' sold. State, County and City
.....Zm.il: iinnirlit Knrmers are cordially
iu ited to deiiosit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made, on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se-
ieurlty can be obtained nt tne uanK in
most reliable companies.
NEW APAiniTISESIENTS.
II. J. Mistiiobx President
S. Fakrab Vice-President
II. S. Cook, Secretary
C. B. Mooins Treasurer
The Oregon Land Comp ny
CAPITAL STOCK, - - - $20,000
TT7-ILI. BUY
vv
NKW TO-DAV.
STOCK FA EM
FOR SALE or RENT I
J.'D.McCiilly,
rS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
PRING CLOTHING ! !
:H ATS
530 ACRES
Well watered and plenty of timber. Two
liouhes and two burns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty
header cattle with the place If wanted, and
horses ciioukIi to run It. Within live miles
of depot on thcO. AC. It. It. A bargain for
fcomebod) .
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
SOUTH SALEM PRIMARY.
The republicans of South Salem Precinct
wilt iiict't In primary convention at the
school house In South ShIciii on Saturday,
March -I, at one o'clock i. M.
lly onlcr of
A. OIIMAHT,
Precinct Committeeman.
AND-
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
SALEM, OREGON.
249 COMMERCIAL STREET,
WM. BROWN &l CO.
SALEM PRECINCT PRIMARY.
Tint rot ill I til nit i nrtii.i.i fin Unlntit n
clnct will lt lu'ltl at thuOH,m House, on
.11 ii run .i(iu um ciwn r. m,
U K. PHATT,
CoiuiuUti'cinan.
EAST SALEM PRIMARY.
Tim ri'publlean primaries in F-ast Salem
prwinci win no ncld at thoolil Court IIoiim',
on March 'Jlth at one o'clock i m.
IIAVII) SIMI-SON,
Commlttecniun.
GENERAL RUCKS1IITIIIN6
AND
HORSESHOEING ! !
All the lmpioed method of hlioeliiff,
khaplni; kIkhw, to cure (II-ihimw of the fcxit
Hint for the correction ir faulty action, con
traction and Intcrft'rliiK, iimmI. I Kiiamntee
MillxfHctlou In nil wsw, Itefer to any well
known horn'iimn In Ui-ckoii.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
Slil loiuuiert'lal Ktiwt, Salem, Or.
ARRIVING!
Diir liiinieiise Stork of (loods is
NOW : ARRIVING
DiiTi'lliiilliHfcl!
Ik
oi'imv or t in; ciusn.
IMK ILIUH. ,tf AloMfc, MR,
MII hftlkMita, wjui tumuHvi
ly 0 .vr Uw Mvwr nt u.iium ' ,,,,W,MW, "v))rity tVM
.-.n,ww, ,.i IIM. ni by Huge
t wbmUm bihI iH.ivMtawit. irf
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S. lVUiu.r lt: ltut UU
w Ull im It hhI ttm.,
tt )uu m HWHy wa
MM ttlMl U W lUll miMlu iwvr t
Ihwmw h kw. U m III iimImMv m.t
Jialhor and Finis !
u
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pells and Furs.
No. 2l Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OUEUOX.
i "nAN j A. luWMm 4
DON'T YOU FORGET IT!
(M ) )C"TCJ
:li li A I Ii I 0
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Tk Uriesl ui Ym Slwk of I'rptls
Ker BrMgM ti S.LEM
NOW HERE
AND-
STILL ARRIVING DAILY.
HUMK IU U rvH. i.w . i ... I
MWNrt mutM k imuIiIMi IW! lUttHWJnl: With M
Mivyu,ir lu tW uuUW ut mtt) -I Ua but wMh r4Htv
! Mvtgyim uiuft. Hum Mffkt . w JoanuU w ill U WHy
pwuMfc. TW laxMn. , u. tit purwll utb light, Mug lt
HMMilM MMt U4W !-rtll4W lW WtWlaMtoll oT limtHl lU)Hk-
hUliMll , Utmn tk win lUrrWo far w4tkmt ; Imt
mmm. TW blU t IJus. Mim ai-brUwllrtto.
iiS'"iiUI MM Un UMufe wwwwiuUw 4mltH
nvy 'UM
I -. .. k . . ..
In tlu -i.l.l. AM) KXAMIXK.
Huum, mimI tlw iWMMKmtk' iwrtv i itxtxt o . v., r.
will lw toHMvm Mh tlw .Hllmn ,il A iN US Ii lU i ,
uf lutrikluciUK h Wl bill muU rf iltw INK. (Mnvnl . si., c.....
.... .... .. . . "" """TltS
' rr-nilK WICW Ul h. f JTHxl I
Just Arrived!
THE FINEST LINE (IF
-THAT-
Til IP
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TW CVwhIImi
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AtrtWrr aU
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HXt V'-T.lrl II '-
oaiHiikm mm ImvU .
EVER IN SALEM.
wp MM r
KM
At the Opera House Corner,
ARK DAILY KECEIVIXG T
New Dress Goods,
New Prints, '
New Clotriing,
New Everything,
Ami aiv Milling the Mime nt thulr ugtial lMW Pri.
CALU AND SEE US;
Voiu- Fiimilies ami Star Awhile ! !
Itowu for vh1.v, wl tlw nw.1 obliging dorks In the oitv.
AND SELL REAL ES.
Is now reaching hundreds of
'eastern people by extensive! v
advertising In nil of the leading news
papers of the United States. Their faclll
lies for finding buyers of real estate aro un
excelled. It is to the interest of those hav
Ing real estate to sell, to place It where
buyers come to buy.
B. S. COOK, Manager.
II. J. Mintiiork, Assistant.
Olllce: front room up stairs In the State
Insurance company's uuuaing.
I Multitude of People
Are daily flocking to KELLEH & SONS,
i ue uroccrs, nnu inuKiug purcnoses iroxn
their largo stock of goods. In teas and
coffees you can buy n tine article, while In
sugars you can get extra C, cube, granu.
lated, powdered or
CRUSHED.
Wo are sure wo can please
DEALER IN
B O 1 -P 1 T 1 S
o f o
S H O K S
l
quality und quantity. Convince
by leaving a sample order. Near!
aay
rou In price,
yourseu
ly every
A FREIGHT TRAIN
Comes steaming Into Salem aud has more
or less goods for us. We keep everyUilng
in the grocery, crockery and glassware
line, when the price of any article
FALLS
We give you the benefit. Our stock Is now
complete. We have a room
80 FEET
By 25, which Is filled with new goods
throughout. Give us a call.
KELLER & SONS,
The Grocers.
Specialties in Fruits
Evaporated Apples,
Evaporated Peaches,
Evaporated Nectarines,
Evaporated Apricots,
Evaporated Pears.
Dried Peeled .Peaches,
Dried Peaches,
Dried Apricots,
' Dried Currants,
Dried Apples,
Dried Grapes
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
Smyrna Figs,
Raisins,
Persian Dates,
Weller Brothers'
201, Commercial Street.
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop."
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
House, Sign
AND
General Painters.
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
Decorators.
All orders wilt reeelvA
Estimates on all kinds' oi
checrnillyclven. Satisfaction
niiop m um wouri iiouse on
Salem, Or.
prompt attention,
f work In our line
guaranteed.
Court street.
COUNTY DEMOCRACY.
Primaries.Conventions and Precinct Clubs.
The Marlon County Democratic lCentral
Committee met In Salem, KebruarVnth
1SSS, and set the time for holding theprll
maries on March 17th, at 1 o'clock p.m.
"H3 ""ifounly convention on Friday, the
.3rd of ilurch, at 10 o'clock,, in., In Salem.
APPORTIONMENT.
ft,TA1,J,,flerpnt PrcclncU are entitled to the
following number of delegates :
Salem . io
fjuinrviicm 11
North Salem.. 12
East Salem 7
Ablqua ; 7
i. nun a
Gervals I
Howell Prairie 6
Marlon ... 2
Garfield 2
Sllverton io
Buttevllle 5
Champoeg . . . 3
Aurora .
Falrneld ... '. s
Labtsb .
Mehnnia.. 2
Total l
Woodburn "" k
Aumsvllle 2
Jetterson 4
Sublimity H 6
stajton ;: 7
.umrr A
Horeb 1
Hubbard ...1 0
theforiltinniVlit,0C woV,d recommend
PwSnc nrin.hfdomoc'ratlP clubs In each
Joh Sinl, 1 A ,no nat'ies of the oftlcera In
SS5nt?Mfnt to !he chalnnan of the
eountj wntral committee at Salem
? h- IGO,LgKN. Chalrnian,
J. K IIUOWN, 8vrtary.
T. U DAVIDSON. '
WW. BLDEIt, '
T. K. HAYES,
. County Central Committee.
BENSON'S EXPRESS.
L1' s.Pil?DKRS AT LANCE LIV
ilJWSPf' ?meT ot stle and Front
wgtimnTeL IYomPl entlon and
W. A. BENSON.
take Chickens, Butter and Eggs on Account.
S. Friedman,
ntttlMNs MANAQKR.
to ImtuifUMiik.
iwwt.
I'H.VK rVLVKHT.
t:- Air ktodrssssj -s? ?;
Sawed to an v
dUrd. Utfh DWt
IBy alt
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