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LOCALAKD GENERAL XEffS
A UK Etiw7
Aland 10 o'clfH-k this morning
!0im AHOIT THAT IMUDOX.
I'artialfly r (. l'mHepr-OiiP
Taken ami iwo niliei-s Left.
Come In and rtgn the rofubllcon
club roll at this otlice.
E. W. Langtlon, of Napa, Cul., is
here visiting menus.
T...J received a full Hnc of
. Stetson's hats
V.terdav the sin committed by
team of horse attached to the "ro,,t another was vlltel on this writer's
miming gear of Rbiigjfyaritl coer- ,1W1(, W,,e sitting at our uk
ililfti ttmti i Wm$ il HI)' d -d with muI ami foam, came tear- voIv,I)fC w)It. weighty thoughts', a
lllg llOWIl l-.llM.Tiy Hiwi " -...., yom,K H(y cilll-ll-u uit ""-
'un.l timiln Into Commercial street l..,ut.t ,i,.Kinaire and audaclou
at the Chemcketo hotel corner, ran iml H.,jirottchlHg the foreman, 'Johnson's.
Into Ford's livery stable. Mr. I'ord nmvo,i him a printed laper. fcomc ' Mrs. S. Cnag, of Lornm, -
recognized the team as one belong- tllik rwed bctwet-n them, then the, vj,jtiig her parents, Mr. and -Mr.
Ing to Mar-hljaiiks, the HHterton ok where tlii- editor was sitting clma (jnlvert.
is liveryman, and after tak are of wm jM,j,itol out, and our fair vWtor f s Uockcntield has gone to
I Hie overheated team, Marted out on aj,j,nnehed. ,.,i Portland to engage in the confec-
tne Hllvurton road to look for the "Are you the wlltorof this mper?' j Jun ,nifr,ne,g
IlialHiiceoflherig. When lie reach-: waH lu,r ,irst inquiry. r,.(. cmuii. s-odii water, milkshakes,
Wo liemmed deprecating hi , ls at all hoars
acknowledged that we attempted to J, & w
"'.ffl:.,,, J Frank Brooks, formerly of this
catenn.l attractive little bunch of jployere, Murphy, & A. Co., ot
Ave. prisco- ,.
Adventure does not often come to i Special convocation oi ,uuuuoiu.ui
for Boob, Stationery
it Fancy Goods
(lov. I'eimoyer In attempting tojed.thu hill
near Kwarlz' mill, f-lx
. ........ , r it... r..ni-.. .(. ' ...11. from tnu'll. he lOtllKI Hie
ailvciitiim-, I'mrl 1-hko, cites the driver, 1'rof. D. S. oder, of fclUcr-
petition presented to him for the ton, and the other part of the buggy
wccMmj-k" Ids leniency, and al-, In the road. It appears that while
alleges tliu imrltiiiiw of the s-iil- cIIiiiIiIiik the hill the reach which
tentlary for the coiilliieineiit of connects the front mid lilml axles
female prisoners. How about the ' broke, and the front gear was pulled
two women who arc now Inmates j out. from under the buggy, letting it
i...r..9 Am il. iiv Iiwm kiiiHiiive tin limn lo (lie LToiiml. 'i'he team 1m.'-
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illKComforl and demonill.iug..iullu
cikmsi? Lmmworthy of consideration
at his Bxitillency's hanils? Their
oll'ciicc was the same as that of
which the California woman was
found guilty, although In their
cases there were more extenuating
circumstances. The llrst named
took ton life of sin mid shame from
her own depravity. Hhe whs
bnaight uji In a enmforlable home,
miller the cure of loving uirents,
was well educated, and at proier
time marriel lo a husband who
provided for her liberally and treat-
sl wt well. With these happy
Miriotiiiilliigs, she willfully thrcu
liersolf away, led the tirms of her
IiuhImihI ami Ihc home of which
he as mNlreM", lo enter on a life
nf libertinism, and then lohhed and
Is'trayed a man who was attracted
by her meretricious charms.
My ut. tlsi' In h rMillMiil hiimcI llnki'il,
WU mlf llwlf In ii ,i ImllMnMil,
ahh sy mi icsriM
1 low hImmiI t heol her women, whiss
mlsforl lines bit ve fulled (ouu iiken the
governor's Hviiiimtliy'.1 One of them,
Klonmee .Metihee, U'fotv her mar
rlnge, IIvihI In Salem several years,
workllli; out i a ilumcMc. mid she
I uell KjHikc u of by the families in
which she was employed. Sulwc
lueutly she manled a man named
O'KHilloii, ulin neglected and ill
treated her; she went lo the Ixul
and In Portland wa arrested and
HJiileiietsI fur loblilng a man whom
lie hud ciiilecd into her toils.
The other jirl-ouer Is Jidso a mar
rlsl uhiihii, I.ImIc Malils; hlv l(w
wIhi took to a lire of unchristlty,
pllisl her vouallon In the street aiid
niMtid a 6in to her allurements.
These ci, M'tileiiivd (l ,, yii's
Imprliinment, as the California
ismrtcaan was, Mint their lernis will
the newspaiier scribe in so attractive ' Koyal Arch
a shape. Whether it was sin, licn
came frightened and pulled the lines 0r the devil, thus alluringly eni-
oul of Prof. YMler's hamls and lxxlicd, we did not stay w 111411111.
started for town. Prof. Yoder came )Ut clasied the proffered hand with
on to town with Mr. Ford, ibe
team was not at all Injured by their
six mile run, and a few dollars will
repair the damage to the vehicle.
Uok en Tfcl rirlnre, Mil on TH.
Ye who have Ih'CH baskiiiK in tlie
warmth and the sunshine of the
Willamette valley; who have been
watching the green and flowery gar
den cars'ts flourish the past two
months; who now look out and ls
bolil thcshiideaiiil fruit trees deck
witli folluge and witli bin-Mini, tiead
the following, from the Kmmct
County (Iowa) Vindicator,- and
shiver for sympathy with the deni
zens of that empire of Bereas: "Du
ring the last week in March, 18-SH,
the w wither has been in all respects
like January. ThcslelgliliiglsgcMsl;
"sun dogs" have appeared, appar
ently In good condition ; t In snow
blows, mid the thermometer
Indicates pretty fair winter (cmier
iiture. Coal N scarcciind lit demand
Just as It was In December, and if
pnietluilly the same conditions did
not exist at present nil over the
northern hemiplierc On that side
of the Kocklcs, Mr. V. Kn. tills
would his for an eccitional cold
Iiittnr TrnHi lllunw.
Kied Dlmlur, the sewing machine
agent of N'oith Salem, who bax Ik-uii
dangerously lit -cveral days with
convulsions, Is rcor(cd as violently
insane. Tiwluy he 1ms lut-n very
wild and delirious mill has sevenil
times threuteiictl to kill meiubers of
his family, foiee Is'iug required to
kwp him from carrying his threat
Into execution, lie is a man about
expire .luting present nionth.if(0vwN(lfllKll ,, , wiri.IM1(l
.iiiiiiii,iii u uieir ivichm nas
sl.x children. A formal complaint
asking for his commitment to the
ay!uiii will prulmhly Ik enteisl
against him this afternoon.
Cfaoul Hub Teurrrt.
I'lilverslty eluiHl wttstumly tilled
last night by un audience who as
sembled to hear the concert given
by the Choral Club of that Institu
tion. liwUted I iv tliiilut.1 tiwiil tiitniit
Why was he so suddenly tender for Tin. nnmm wmh unit IUrri.Mi o.ii
thlsofher.s.uvlec.' siiv Is aid lo the miUh-I Ions of the choruses, glew
lHymug, dashing, educated miiiI at-1 and miIos, etc., by the iiumuUth of
..n.i,,,.. (nun uie nign onuvr, in the Club
wiumi hHiids are the l-ue of life
Is-en made totiov. I'emuiyerhy tlie
laiisiu sUHrlutchi!ciit am) the ur
gtsin, thcMMiilliv(M urging the un
HtiitMof that bulldlug for feiuule
InumtiiH, and their Imiwiixsl health
txsu1 of conlluchiehl. Tul- .
sal to executive clemency hum
made four inoiithh ago, Imt the gov
ernor's tsiUK'teutloiiK ivgaitl for duly
did not Hilutlt of his kIvIiik heed.
11 linitering grip.
"Gsl bless you, iny dear friend !"
she ejaculated with fen-or, "may
the Lord IiIcks you !"
These bcnlzons so Inappropriately
bestowed, and from so unlikely n
person, rather disturbed our mental
aplomb, and we returned irreverent
ly "bully for you!" .
The lady instantly withdrew and
left the printshop.
Haifa dozen compositors (ladies
and the ruder sex,) witnessed thi1
strange interview, and at its elose
they burst into immoderate laugh
ter. "Is that an escaped lunatic?" we
inquired, when the girl had retired.
This created another burst of mer
riment. "She is a Salvationist," explained
the foreman, "and misUsik this for
the Statesman olllce."
That threw light on the whole
business. That Philistine Journal
has been treating the robustuous
evangelists stationed in our city
with ureal asiieiity, and this fair
religieuse, mistaking us for the
otl'ender, had come in to heap coals
of lire on our head. She tsk a
Christian way of doing it; hut the
next time It would be well for her to
make sure she is right, then go
and liberty, l mi wanton In the ex
vrvlKMif thU dnd attribute u to
Indulge eaprtiv? To U captured by
a iwlty face, and refuse or sjwre as
MWht Iiumm4ou may dictate? If the
win-wan 'me iImmtvmI pinion, mi
ilo tlwse (woklek and frieiidUw cmi
vletsifftbe nhiim. Mx. The gover
mtt't, aetbui cunvk'ts him of gn
illMNluiliHiitiiii, Hiid this U theoi4u
km epnM,) by dm many JmraU.
"IWIWf IHHUHHltMl IMI tlH
JIm WfliH IJf.il.
WMAill, tW s4l KnoHii
CMtMii nMiliwdif ,rf AlUtQ', k lu
lh ey. I le mill very ladlguMi.t
mwni.sjwHiHitiu tlie t). A C.
U'lng ell rendered. Of
course MI-M.M Jones and Parrlsh
eajitlvutisl the audleuiv by their
urforniHuee, as they always do.
I'rof. I'arvln Is tube wngmtulatwl
hhh the smvii of his entertain
Mtll VM V ,LS.
CtMniuWomsr Terrell is at Salem
011 court IhisIuun.
Frank Ceat, of Sublimity, has
Uaigbt (la I.11U tartu.
Alternate rain and Hinshlue.
Fruit pnwiccki gissl this yuar.
Jamen X. Suillli Iws sent fur 1UI
eat rUh to stock his tih hhkI.
Andy Slttginund shot at a ayote
t hi. morning, lie lias mwiait un
X at lUW jOimhs lait say, tlt be j ,,l "W'l"
ha. ittMHufcftl ho sMlt. pAAirHim to I F. W. Hull rk to SuWImlty to
rtCiv iUv Mvatler MtntcalU.v fi hmkhiw a eMinelln tlwStHUiml,
lkMlb(v. nn w riler Im know a j x Waniw Milt.
MrWiKMIhrml yar ad st,mw, ,M,wh W Ui .j
LStTT" .W - " HU,.m
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UL uhii., ...v .u 1 A",wr .-wi um kM tmm
WMfMk H IUU' HM-U W
M. P.HlIis.ngciit forthe Orogouiuu
Hallway, has gone to Dallas on a
School Is again under way, the
measles and mumps have about
dlsipiienrcdjuiid the !doctor and the
druggNt Is)k glum.
Mrs. I.. i:. White and daughter
will move to Salem shhi to reside.
We arc sorry to lose them. They go
tii finish Mlsrt White's education.
Hon. T. W. Davcnpurt has licen
lu town doing surveying forsevenil
days juist. He don't Usik much like
11 congressman, but may get there
all the same.
There Is not a vacant house in
town and a doeu could lie rented
inside of a week. Why don't some
of our moneyed men build good
tenement houses? They would pay
well as an Investment.
James Toozc, for the Mst year a
eltleu of this place, doiiorted last
night for California, his future home.
Mr. Tooio has made many warm
friends by his modest and unassum
ing manner, and the large number
who accompanied him to the train
Kmr evidence of theesteein in which
A meeting has been culled for
next Saturday for the purpose of
building a roller mill at this place,
either by suliseriblngstock or giving
a ismus to some mill man to build
here. A gKsl mill w ould pay woll
heldes the great benefit to the town
and community. All should sub
The cannery will soon commence
oivratbi,s. Walter II wnlow a
IHwetleal calmer from the east 1ms
arrived ami will take elvargu. Mr.
Settlemlw has given the narrow
jau(rt round Imhim to tlie wanpany
and tlwy will mkhi imt in tho
Chapter, o. 1, this
Li-Liiliif. nt 7i50 o'clock, worn 111
Koyal Arch degree.
II. Fenncr, D. Pickering, xvife
and daughter, of Ohio, nre here the
guesta of W. Q- Adams, and will
remain two or three weeks.
CJco. AV. Eplcr and wife arrived
here yesterday from California and
will remain here until fall, visiting
the hitter's mother, Mrs. J. V.
Wm. Drown & Co. are in receipt
of some very tine spring goods,
among the newest is a line of mens
cordovan, button, bale and congress.
Call in and see them.
The editor of the Astoria Pioneer
has caught the popular impulse. He
says : "There is no doubt there will
be the largest immigration to Oregon
tills year that was ever known."
Messrs. Whale & Gallilier, the
well known piano and organ men,
have gone to Eastern Oregon and
Idaho to work up business in their
line. They will tie gone two or
J. S. Cooper, banker of Indepen
dence, and a leading republican of
Polk county, was in the city last
night. He is enthusiastic over tlie
prospects of the party in our neigh
boring county this year, and we
think he lias good reason to be.
Row, Father Van Liu, of Corval
llx, ami Fitzslmon, of Oregon City,
are in the city, the guests of Father
J. S. "While. The former will re
main Here over holiday. i'Uiner
Fitzslmon is a recent arrival from
Chicago, and is here for the purpose
of making acquaintance.
W. 1). Hoyt & Co., wholesale and
retail druggists of Home, Gu., says:
"We have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery, Electric Bitters
and Hueklen's Arnica Salve for
four years. Have never handled
remedies that sell as well, or give
such universal satisfaction. There
have been some wonderful cures
eH'eeted by these medicines in this
city. Several cases of pronounced
consumption' have been entirely
cured by Use of a few bottles of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken in
connection with Electric Hitters.
AVe guarantee them always. Sold
by Dr. H. AV. Cox.
98, STATE STKEET.
ASK TO BE SHOWN
UKA-lVO ciniw. , - ,, mviic WUirrWDOi
r T PAP PL YIN AND MJJlJiii1u. x 1 ,,.0
MATERIAL ACME WRITING AND SCHOOL
TABLETS. FABER'S PENCILS AND PEN
HOLDERS. RUBBER IJAimjs x
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 AVAK
RANTED. AVIRT'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 Iff.
FANTRY OFFICERS, (PRICE $1.00). UPTON'S TACTICS
AND REED'S REALISED EDITION, (30 CENTS.
Por Fruit Growers :
PEAR CULTURE FOR PROFIT, (1.00). DOAVNING'S REVISED
NEW EDITION FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMER
ICA, ($5.00). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUITS, ($3).
THOMAS' AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST,
PRICE $2. HOP CULTURE NEAV
AND REATISED EDITION,
98, STATE ST.
fi AT THE flfr
PE-Sn -in j 1 nm BfeSS
fgnillili iH'lllii! 01 lCCQilP
The board of county commission
ers has licen engaged to-day in con
sidering road petitions, rebates on
taxes, allowing bills, etc. Frank
Hall, owner of the Creston Ferry,
asked the court to appropriate mon
ey to place the road between this
city and the ferry in n better condi
tion. The petition will probably be
granted, as the district is in such
condition that tho tax-payers cannot
do the work themselves.
L. S. SKIFF &CO.
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA HOUSE, SALEM.
Vitalized Air Given for tlie Painless Extraction of Teetli.
ESTThu person awakens from a pleasant dream with the aching
Also Gold Crowns Set.
Set Dickens, 15 Volumes, half Russia, Usual Price $32.50, Our Price $20.00.
neMry Htouuiitwry. All who
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Cur of Urtirrt.
Dr. CillUrt, the eminent Physiog
nomist, Scientist and Anthropolo
gist, will commence a short course
of splendidly illustrated, amusing
and Instructive- leeturesut the opera
house on Friday evonlug, April 6th,
on the great science nf Anthropolo
gy. Opening lecture free. Subject,
tlrst night, "The Physiognomy of
Health, Discuso, Character and
Criina." All ure Invitinl. Com
inuiices at S sharji.
Dr. Gilbert has tho reputation of
bolng the tlnest pUitfonn sixaker
tlwt iw enie to this coast in the
lutMrtfc4 of sekxiei Ilk niro of
leetures phhI tolea rksli trwt to
tlw iiito)UfiiLiid llilnklHg issiiOe
M iHkau. T-Hiomw, ( Friday ) eve
iilitg tlie WeHire wlk Iw free uml
tlw oiew 1mhm? idMHihl W crowded.
Th VM SHlfn te Winfcl for
eito, Uruisfes swig, ultw, MiltriMuiii, ,
ahllbtftliw. eot atkl all skm rup-
tiua. MIMI IMMUWlV mnu fULw at
J"J- rwiuifwO. jt W Kwnuitflj
H BI1I mrrXVC MBHMfflWH. w meHV I
rfuu.lel. I'rke vnt ivr box.
For niW b Dr. H. W. Cox.
Set LytloD, 26
Set Thackeray, 11
Set Waverly," 12
Set I P. Roe, 15
Cloth, Gilt lop,
Half blue Calf,
Set Capt. M. Reid, 10 Vols. Cloth,
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
J. BENSON STARR'S.
118, State Street, - - . Satem) 0reg0(K
Capital Lumbering Company!
MANUPACTURBRS OK AND UF.AI.HltS IN
fay Variety of Oregon Lumber,
Dressed and Undressed.
. I COtST.VTI.v
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fence Posts,
MalllH-w &('., lUiSul. t .Nilrni.'