LOCAL AND GENEHAL NEWS
ftataii Atfwnl of I'wwi
I'.jh for All HN Work on Ihr lipf
rod I'aiifie and Uam fnr
Jefferson Correspondent Ask
Number of Questions.
ASMAM. MVKS IHKXBII.
.. tik.l. lllil VrrkiltrT
Depends for the fuel, which is the
origin of its yropulsory force, upon
the htomaeh. In that liidden alem
bic the food undergoes the chemical
..i,0n.r.. u-lili1i trniimute it nuo,
i.t i fmi,i ivlitfli the ovstein draws I
JouitSAM I a'. , the material that reimburses it for ALL
r (.tricture on the "editorial wlirs0t are greatly augmented in MM;ni
If the stomach, tnereiure, ; rancy uuuuo, .mv,-...0-
OK new n I.ES i
I. t ,t I .r.wl VOli ' I... .1..I1.. W,uu nf flsstlP- 1 lie. 01
iiiiii'll iiuiiuoi .-"--. lit luiii ii rrrtiT m . - - -
' . .. Vn nir ktrifu
MbHiiy for a i.-w hh l-j -i. ! " ; ? . Gui,tli , your Iwie dKniM.,
Kn. Capita l.
, . W. Jtunt, holms heel, in Indeed very
i.i.wm.irb .m tie eastward e.- .-,.....,
UniHtnniif the Onitoii I'Hellic, and
... t -" . - ... uir r
Ifgtrs and Capital Hate an Kxrllinj; HmntinK for the reinovu o. ...,,, ri cmnictcr of Mr. Yoder, ! u.tk.r. stomach Hitters can be re
flwe and the Former win tin- outfll to WhIIiiIu, 1ih-1 down , (,.,li,lte for soliool I nP(i ,.ion to facilitate and renew di-
rain ."rcr ... i
STATE TREASURER'S 3ITHN0TKT
STATE OF OltF.GON, TltEASPHEn'S Orn ,
j there are sufficient funds on hawiil
.11 uuuiiiiu. 6 """' umwn nn iv:
penitentiary, incidental, n"l
fc, executive. Judicial, leglslffi 9
ana laiuin.-i"'"-""' t ""'"', legislate
convict, fugitive, printlngor lndlEentftfi
:..i.in. Iiiivr liecn endorsed. " nroso.V11
1 which have been endorsed, " Presented
r i not paid for want of ftinds; also the foi?
- .... . . ,. 1 1 l.nt.t-u.
of the 3nl Int., not tnnt i npprme , jWeukenei or uiMjniuie.., i.-v-
-i.. i... Hint timv pipnriv ... I, .lnnrivmi nrmisieiiancc. nv
your rt'iiiiiiR-, " " - j -- - mu n ...j.... -
About 11 o'clock till moniliig !
the yci-terday aflerinwii
He has now llnMieu pajniK
Hnwlllwrn mtir the comer of Union 'forH) u,,. work he lnw done on his
mid Cottage street, Hi-iiiied liy Mr. i 0rw, jaejflc contnict. The
Edwards, was dl-eovered to lie "IHllinlt ,,. w iiaid out for Mich
fire. 'Hie alarm wh-promptly i-, .....rk . ui ..,.,. $aK).iHKl, for wlilcii,
Ml ami the lire dewrtnient nt jhiiiii- (
m! with It usual alacrity. I nc i iq-
uiii-.ri.itendeiit. You wiy: " i ne retiun when that tunction nas w.
.i..i. ... ... ,.rSiiirv inf. Sllvprtoni i.,ii-r-iii.t...l liv wiHikne of the
iiriii i "- i"" " Jim... . J....-. -.7 .
was not on Mr. Yoder, it was ukiii fctomHt.. IHIiousncs, or a liei
the saloon interct which was in the sloI1 r the bile fmrni its proper
habit of-etting up u ticket to Milt ' t.i,.,nnel, which causes constipation, ,
Itt-vU. It was known tnnt uie ni- i also remedied uy n. ialu'""'
l.w.n interim! was DUttiinr forth Mr. wn,i OI1 thestomach, sick headache,
Brackets, Picture rrames,
Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SARGEANT,
3)7 commercial Street, Salem, Or.
Hals' Jioweurt got alnait two blm-ks
ahiil of 'Hgcrs at the start, but the
dlftance Mwit'ii thftuo teams was
cut down ly the hard work of the
latter, and for the hud three blocks
It was a neck-and'Hcck raif for the
hydrant. Tigers got there llrot,
lioH'cvcr, and won the fox tall by a
M-ratch. The barn, which was
nothing but a shell, was burned al
most to the ground licforc the team
arrivisl. The Iom ulll not amount
looverflM). The eiiue of the lire
I unknown. Mr. Kdwarils had tak
en his (cum out of the barn to drive
down town alsiut two hours In-fore
the lire occurred, lie thinks (hut
mhiiimiiic muni luiw nrcd me narii
iuriMrMi'y; but this could hardly be
the cum-, us iiomie would dan- lo run
Ihii risk of touching a match ton
building In nucha public place in
hnwid day light.
lr. fortif II I'ttnrrtl.
The remains of Mrs. Knilly Cor
uull, wife of William (X)rnull of this
city, wore brought upon this morn
ing's iraln from Portland, where
slio died on TuoMlay at the it-ldence
of her mod, II. A. Cornell, with
whom she whs vh-ilhig. Immedi
ately after I lie arrival of the train
tlio remains ere laken to the M. K.
cliimtli chcro lli-v. V. Itolllns
prnuhwl u very lmpivslvc and uj
imiprlHto ftiuortil dlHHHirsc. The In
tnneiil twik platf at I.ee MIlon
(nwtory. Mrs. Conn-11 whs u"
ymrsk ntoiitlin old, and came to
Ore k m with her hunlsmd
hImmiI thlriy year ag". She
Wwviw a hiiilwud nml M
children as follews: II. A. Cornell,
Wilbur Cornell, Portland; Mrs. .1,
H. It. Koytil, ijiHith Salem; Mrs. W
1 -. ... . .1.1. I. ..!.. tf m - ... .1.. i.
Mad-, ho has not recilMd an , wm(1 mVe tonw ofstomach and liver dis
hing from the Oregon lacilicconi- Wrkw, for ,, elw.tlollf while their oriler, it sieedily removes. Malarial
miiy. He lias a forci-of men now . , , . t wouM imVu l)cen to cmnnluiiitH of every sort, kidney and
work removing ms MI... u-, . . iIltcrcst. And bladder troubles, constipation, rhcu-
. etc. from his old camii on mei ia..i.,,. tr .,... i ..ii., ,.im ivlion it
i Ilirilier oil juu ruj, (,.....r,v ..... matinm mm ii-ui.w6.. j.
line of the road, ami he has M!end
tons of supplies at the summit,
which cannot lie removed until the
snow goes oil". This outfit will Is
taken to Wallula to In- used on his
work there. IJy reference to an
advertisement published elsewhere,
it will U- mh-ii that lie Is going to
push his work there, and Is ollering
employment to all the men he can
Mr. Hunt Is an energetic con
tractor and certainly deserves much
credit for the nianncr in which he
lms paid up for the work on Ills con
tract on the Oregon Pacille, es-
s-clally when It Is roiuemU-red that
he has paid out of his own xekct
iihout KiOO.OW for work for which he
has not received any pay from the
ooniiMiiy, the claim for the same
being now in litigation.
Voder as a man there are no valid
charges and if elected we look to
him to reflect credit on the republi
Xow, .Sir, 1 am not only obliged
for this Information, but will Ikj
further obliged if you will allow me
space to analjve your statements
w ith a few comments.
"The tight was not on Mr. Yoder,
jit was iiiMm the aloon Interest."
I Then the "whi-kyites" eared noth
ing for Mr. Yoder only so far as he
represented the saloon interest.
i Then It follows that Mr,
is used regularly and persistently.
Scott itozarth returned this morn
ing from Still Francisco, where he
has been for several days laying in a
tfw-U nf itooiIk for the new firm of
Bridges k Hozarth, who will open
their store in the new bank block
atMHit the first of next week.
An AKolntr Calf.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINE
OINTMENT is only put up in large
two-ounce I in boxes, and is an
Yoder I absolute cure for old sores, burns,
ti. ii. iti-jri! mui fliciii,
v. (iMfHiiHnlnu: Mrs.
AJMH, AIMMBrint W.
S. A. Thrall, or Portland, Is in the
Ml PinirlS-otl Is vlltlng l'oit
Tho infant daughturofMrs. Head,
of SI! vol (on, died yesterday.
IMversldeuiid Naval oranges re
ceived this afternoon tit A. Strong
Ml-s Kstollii Haydeii has returned
Iimiii a six-months' vl-lt at I .owls
lust lecciu'd a full Hue of John
It. Stetson's huts at (i. W.
Icecream, soda water, milkshakes,
oHiidle., oysieix, meals at all hours
at A. Strong v Co's.,
The target stok of clothing and
gents' fumMiIng goods In tho city
repre-onta the saloon interest.
"If lie had been Hiccess
ful," the "whlskyites would
have worked for his election."
Now, Sir, Mr. Yoder was successful,
although defeated as a delegate at
Silvertoii. He found the climate at
the convention more congenial to
111-, interests where he was endorsed.
Is It fair to presume that Mr. Yoder
is such ii turncoat that one day he
represented tho saloon interest at ,
Silvertoii, and the next day he i
represents the bettor clement of the !
j republican party in .Marlon ceunty: i
And is it fair to presume that tin-!
j liquor Interest would warmly sui-'
1 port Mr. Yoder at the primary and i
desert him after he succeeded at the
convention '.' No, Sir, this would be
ia violation of personal support not I
exiK-ctod from any Interest or party, j
It Is beyond doubt f.lr to presume '
laud expect that tho "whlskyites"
will earnestly work for the election
of Mr. Voder, their "ulterior object"
being "to subserve tho saloon In
terest." Now what benefit can tho
ollleoof school superintendent bo to
the saloon Interest'.' Just this.
Tho greatest harm tho siloou in
terest is now receiving is In the
education of the rising generation.
Our text book authors, our school
wounds, chapiH'd hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL AHIETINK OINT
MENT. Sold by I). W. Matthews
& Co., 10G State street, Salem, at 23
cents per box by mail ."0 cents.
Our Immense Stork of (iooils is
NOW -:- ARRIVING
t Irnm tin brf!
(llllll ML WW
April 13 & II, Friday and Saturday.
1. Oregou City iocks '" "yy"-'i
mills. 2. Cyclorama of Hattlo of
("e tyoburg. 3. IJattallon drill at
Vancmn e?by arrangemcntswlth
CoLAnderson. 4. (Srcat sccnerj
along the Columbia river.
l.i. tun racmiriM nt 8 P. m..
Anrll 13, by Salem's best talent.
with cot In parlors for ladles:
gentlemen take blankets and
flecp In dining hall and gents
parlor. 2. Seats for all who go.
3. Meals on steamer for all who
take no lunch, also coflee.
1. Kouna trip irum tjuicm,
2.20. 2. Meals on steamer,
33c. 3. Cyclorama, SOc.; pupus,
23c 4. No extra lor sleeping nor
lonccrt. Tickets at I'atton s and
Starr's book stoics.
Mesdnmes mrvin, .auhius,
Hvars. Van Scoy.und Jl isses
Moores, Harrington and Dear
born, and l'rof. fetarr.
inc warrants drawn on the militia iS I
I Warmnts niimbcrea I27K, 2752, 2 I
I and 2750, and thntnll of above Wamnltwi I
. k iM nn nresentntlon nt this nm ? I
tcrest will not be allowed after the date B
v. . u K.nn
w..i ntirhtnnn vmisj ntrn T muui .
hurt In my back from 11 pile of luti
falling on me, and ever since had bea
troubled with wpak kidneys more orlS
and the last year very much. Through S
recommendation of Henry Keene, 1
bought a bottle ofH. Klas's Oregon PeL
Hitters and before I had taken halfu
bottle I found a great relief from it, 1
believe It to bo a splendid remedy for .;
kidneys.and heartily recommend It forth.
Aumsville, January 12. M ' wil
EO. 1). (iOOl)HUE. WOOD DEALER
olllcc with Geo. w. Jonnson, -i) com
mercial street. All kinds of wood for sale.
Sawed to an.v length desired. Cash imtt
accompany all orders
CAPITAL LOlKiK, NO. 11, I. O. G. T.,
meets e ery Saturday ex enlng. In their
hall, second door north of l'ost Ollice. G.
,Io. Knight.Spc., IL S.Joky.W.C.T.
Carpets, Shades, Portiers,
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Largest Stock and Lowest Prices!
fiST-Cull and be convinced.
J. 31. Rosenberg & Co.,
White -:- Corner.
M Didens, 15 Volumes, half Russia, Usual
WN Mtlklllil.Hl.iH UlulM,,,! I at U. . .lOllllMIU'S.
INK Wtktiisyi,iinlHv liifiirmi'il ! I'lieleJohii llollhian, who lives
H.SatiMn nun who met him In 1'urt-j near the l-'ulr tlround, U Hrlotisly i sUH-rlnteudeuts, our teachers, t-ach
tuttd tlwi Iih Iih.1 tin. immiuIm- of a , HI with heinorrhaxe of the 1iiiik. l""1 "1! ,,r llt ,!l;a-,t "i111' V-n,i " tew
. ..!.. iiii.,.. . exivptlons like Mr. N oder, are
lKltlMwf-.aiK-kind in the stalo Samtoa ConKies-, the very latest rlKhfeonsly endeavorlni; to build uit
pEiMiiiim.i hum nml in- Hiniiujiii iiHiiau miiKeoi men ssiiikm, iii'i- iiic eiianicu-rsoi ineyouiiKiii suciia
amuiiK the attractions at Win.
Itnmu . Co's.
I-Vvdi caul's. Kivnch bivad, milk
bread, Ibwtinihniwii liread, graham
blond, hot buns, ootftv cake, this
iimriitiilC Ht A. SthiiiK : Co.'s.
N. It. ti'ayltinl nsvled a incssinc
rmiu St. John to-day, transmitted
frmu Allmny, saying he would ar
rive in l his city on Sunday morning.
Sel Lj If oh, 20
Scl Tliiitlcray, II
Set Waverly, 12
Set H P. Roe, 15
Cloth, Gilt top,
Half blue Calf,
Set CapL M. Ilcid, 10 Vols. Cloth,
Price $32.50, Our
iMiH up to)p to urk in a few days.
WlHin nked It he -till luteiuUsI to
iiwti pnblle the "daniitxIUK dovti
umiiUi" iiHHvrnliiK lion. A. Iltudi,
t-lwiniMU of the demm-rMtlc state
iviilral ismmilttit- If he did not
nMKii, he replbsl (hut lit- Inb-mUxl
to "nwke It whiiii for Hush." Hut
Ih won't do It, Ills Hp.)hitiiicut
wtll4lwUilly do) hi mouth, as It
U lnltiMbsl to do. ThU U aiiothar
ti whri hii "ox knowcth lit
'nt VWut McrUy deotts
n-wii' oolunin to I be mother of
lM4ilmt ttarrteld. The islltor
VN IM-IW". IMTIIi
j way that the saloon inton'st would
Ik- materially at.'ceu-d theivby. And
i now that their lalsirs are bcjilnnhitf
I to niaterlalle, the sdiHin folks with
their usual sapieitv are striking
when1 they can do the most pswl.
Is It possible that the republican
I party of Marion County Is so wed
ded to the Honor interest as to Mif-
fur this mviiiIiik dictation'.' Or, is it
Mhv.Uili that the rank and tile of tho
1 party w III Mvnllow such a nomina
tion when the true character of the
nominee is so dearly shown up by
i tho admission of tlieir party orirauV
l tliiiik not. Neither do 1 MI
I lie follow ln; letter N one w rltten i that the ri'imblleans will airreo with
by a l'iuti I udlan, who has Iki-ii at- J"11' Mr- I'.dltor, that tlieri- are no
teudluif MihiHilat the Wurni i,rBJl,,,nrRv',HKuliiNt ,r- Yislerasa treiw
len iiik MiKHii at tin arm fc-prlnRs niHMUntlw) man, and if elected will
luumn.vitoney, ami was mt ny "n-lhrt ertilU on the remiblliiin iir.
IWVl HilllilMtt. Iitut'llitr ut tlui htuir, Iv.1 Vii Sir I f imtn wt.utivi.1 Ii H
UIlt 'MeU.l lrrtphy." The ! w,ti, l hi Imither, Dr. W It ,' Mr mid harmoniously worklnj;
uM Wm1.v UWv.il a. "Mirvly Hohm. a, a specimen of the in.n. ;;''' ' fr the whisky interiKt an
ta-.l h ly ,Wh, ldeneyufth, 'nob.u ,!" , J , - i'i ffi p iS'Sr'S
rwfrkiMD- ,lte.W. AMhUal 't,lh.riK,bedlleltlW ,rf the Kn ' sn.IW VoCunuM IJs.wnSble T
nwlWrlHlMM.I.ittoH.rmiMHit u., l.lkmi. Thv letter, which b.i!Uw" is Mh time we wore, no
-v m.MlUs Hipmhe MHstloii , iriven verWtlm. el literatim el si.l-rmW? ,),rtW,,,K !,l'lr leadership,
prtulwi. Th "t" otHfcer wiM-gtve It loiuv Mmicthlmc, theiiolls.
IHIM tt IhmI It -bk-irnoked fMni
Iter Iln4 uutttnk nt tlwt inail.le.
vwm h w. c iimi
ttvuoml MiinMr Win. M. ,ir,
urOt)fuu fuelrtt' u ,.sienuy
lHlfMMil ciMtcrruliiii tint
pntMviorwrl mi tlt nwd e-.
unl. "TIkw U utillilUir mm," h
iil, "whMt I m m Utwrt. t
tfw ytu, lthiuiitt iiutA h In
nfcurtlitlMN tiMTfU mi MtiiHt MMlJlW MUM' ll tl T Ul tsxly
MM IIMI II ft4 l 141 " """" """ " ij m vrty
tuwt Mtul uutt I mil all lHt mil. I
w(t vr well. I eat in tbe
immthut A iiimm ,v evetilujc Hot
wmild like lMe mhih hmmv A- I
wwt .Mt A Suyw A l''bwr A
IUii A IUe.n A Awp. vnnt
tltMt lUtsiu to IMI IWhi with Hml
I want MMp toMb eUm my ill.
low A my dlrt.v -Ulrt A mvV. 1
wifiwt Jim UUv, Mjtltx le A Mi
fur llisls , Hut miw W att. Yai
Willi,-tfhcltWMll tlutl MltMt I
!, HUM I mHW'1 iHiter III uiy
The Largest anil Finest Slock of Carp1'
)m Broueht lo SALEM
STILL ARRIVING DAILY.
C6T CALL, AND KXAMINE.
LUNN & BROWN,
Cor. Commercial and State Streets.
THINK Tf OVER!
That is About Hujing a Can or
ITRE ROCK CANDY DRIPS
KELLER & SONS.
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
J. BENSON STARR'S.
118, State Street,
The motto trf Callfin-ul iikun I
lwe lMiml It. 0l in tlmt land of
Mtttoiiliw, where tlieorann-, Iwumi,
M, rl t and KraiielHMu Mnd rliwn.
and attain (Mr Illicit.! p,.rfwttn
liimW-wlHUr, ar tin- lKite M,i
' uih KhiuiI. tlmt are usl u tmt
iUmui rwutsly Am- all tbrmti and
' 1 v. ... k , .u ' V." r. " :r iMUir trHit4iv. Sauta Abl t .ia,
but M In ailV IHuL L vv siJ, .i...... ...1.1. lit tuuvhk. aaitiiiui il ....,,. .........
Oaitthr plut a lltb mimmM, I am I m. mm k4 im- km.w mm lu' Mnaaiv I). W. Matiln-Hs i! uu
. . . ...,.,,, ... i, -..,tmiu. --"", -""" "- im .-smi (ft-(, ssaimii, havt
1m m-t iMKlw.
(VHf kM in ilir ltaff tUi
WMtwaml vUlt iIm 14k Mmnirr
tKnmh, ami lwt yvmt tit-iiH tm
aar rnrnrnt w hm vtnuMMt
HrtU- iIi.hu. fsj'iul It l.v lleiirv.
I urvw-MK- iImi ny,- Hnitm-r tJiii.
a a UmK iiim. uur truly
Cm vki. Juhnmi.n
ItaafMi rVw rtwuiKK.
Nwa IVn ImlUui Ik' mu aay
OUHViruiarftmM-.auilsWl it umW
a iwmaw at w a ljttle. Thnw
lurfiuu. tt- lUilbruCat-H-Cuw,
iot ooiy xuanuiiotstcsurv f.irimrrt,.
It b.Htin4- fw nml w rv HuMint lo
lulnHlnrvli. "s.kjJuks" utlliuiw-kunw.
I I.Tu'h sSontutliiiii; lCluw:
Wt lut K HOW btuiulrv WUI. I n.......l
Iwrs-llwt urwllfcrlwuin, Onion Ii-oihu
la JhH wy Mm? stn,l In ymi.
b uln Iwkliic lr trj ilUlr'K
y ftoall v. W Uli Wl iL, Star hu.j
HI -ll tM- H tm IXHtHll nn.
aatmu tar IL
mM uor Mv-ntMMwat la itn ntmrv
amf v la vwyWa mm-.
KELLER i SONS,
For Hooks, Stationery & Fancy Gooos !
9S, STATE STREET.
ASK TO BE SHOWN :
CRANE'S STATIONERY, PLAIN AND FANCY. ASHTON LE
t.AL CAP, PLAIN AND NUMBERED. TYPE WRITERS'
SIAL' ACME WRITING AND SCHOOL
IARLETS. FAIJER'S PENCILS AND PEN
HOLDERS. RUBBER BANDS AND
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO BE SEEN TO BE AP
PRECIATED. MeGILL'S STAPLE PRESSES
AND STAPLE BINDERS.
Tissue Paper of all Shades, and Materials
for Paper Flowers.
Nu?' G0LD PBN8-ALL WAII-Mvim-V"
'S FOUNTAIN PENS-BEST IX THE
SJSlIx' ?S? BIBLES' CHEAPER AD
BEHhR THAN THE OXFORD. BROOKS'
NORMAL TEACHER. PAGE ON
TEACHING. TRACY'S TEACH-
KRS' RECORD. NORMAL
Roberts' Rules of Order..
eurtm.NrlH LOG BOOK
., - ---'" vrvm "1 '- ww IUMWI inn aa il I... ,- ci ...
awigiw nrn tvunm tm InmiM i MMNtay ami Im mx Um Uml
IMkwnUu. Tk4ba UI W MMiufalwM. ISUiaikfciMfarUk
VH MM( M U'a.lStnKHt .! oi-r ukLM. .ud
IM lfc MMTMhaT. tttM ' W wW MfoWUh W i.WyK.I .1
tilt IU VWa.
Mw Sawh VttMMt, wl yf
HHim fegtutN y4jlij,C
iMII1;'HUKS'rs MANUEL FOR IN-
URKIv $1,001. ITI'rnve! minmrno
HERD'S REVISED EDITION. ,, CrT
Por "Fruit r
THE FINEST LINK OF
Millinery and Fancy (iooils
EVER IN SALEM.
VR CULTURE FOR Piinirrp . ..
XKW EDITION WiJto tf l18 EEVI8ED
ICA. iSaW ,SS ,AP.LlUI T TREES OF AMER-
-:!1 ;98. STATt.- o-r-
v i ia,
. . . A. . SALEM, OR.
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