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QROVUt CLKVMAKn President.
Two. F. Batamd -Hocretarjr of Btate.
W. T. Vila - . -Becreurjr of the !nu--ir.
Wm.V Kinitwrr (Secretary of War
W. '. WmrT. BecrvtHtj of 'av.
I. M. I'lfKiOTo Post Master rrDeral
A. II. CJAM.A1D Attorney (!) rnl
Mokkmox H.WAITE Chief Juatke
Male f Srejr.
j. ft. Kisrz) u- HCT"tnr'
III no KB HkkMakjI-. Cunarmaiman.
ri.vmmut Pmhoysh uotemnr
M. W. XrHaj ... .JDeeraUry of HUt.
'J. W. Wmih Bute Treaaurer.
K. H. McRLRor Hunt. PmI. ntrttflUoa.
PNAjtK C Bakbh Stow rrlrrtw.
R. M. Hthamaii .)
WM.P. I4M BUpiWfW JtKtge.
TblrJ JwllcUI Mtlritl.
H. I". IVnaK .Judge
am. w, Hki.t Prosecuting AtUrni-
M. I r'MAWRKRMir )
J. A. Iminkv .Mat Senator
. ttt'tfiri'iHim lev I ... .-, I rt r u I w. I
. fill Alfl JilI3" ...- .,....-- , .
list of Property is Offered For Sale
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OREGON 1 1 LAND!; COMPANY
J. II. 1)1 KICK
i. T. Uhiuhi
I). J. fRmiMCIVN...
C. r. Ilium
M. W. I.'HAPMAN . ...
IAPMAN . ....CIrlt.
UMHiaK Mack -DeputF Clerk.
jiiiih jiihtti ....... .BMenn.
Airoi'irr (imv Tnuanr.
T.O. HtiAW County Judge
upiwik a. i'KBiu.m.......BCiiooi nnpi
U. I'. I.iTcmnst.D Hhoep Iiisjiettor.
J. J. MtiRt'pr Mayor
a. ii. mviH mi warn ...
Oro, W I l.!,i A am LI Ward..
Oihi. i'oi.mws'AiiI Ward
('. I.akomk2imI Ward
Jai MiirroSnl Ward
W. W. mkinnkr Hrtl Ward...
Nkh. llimll llli Ward
). S. HtrrroN rtli Ward 1
J. Htmk'Ni.rr Heeorder
Jamkh IIomh Marshal
W. 'I'. Hri.1 Treasurer.
Own. U. HlNditAM Attorney.
J. I). Tikimiiwik Hup'tirmriH.-U.
:. N. Cuvui-mu... Chief KngtiitwrH. I'. I).
II. 8. imttn.
JAa.WAI.Toif ... ,U, H. Commissioner
JiMWll Al.HKKT.-Mlgtial Hervloe Utwerver.
M!v aim i:i(rirti:.Hi:vix.
J'HORO. M. MlLLHlt.
T. P. (UanllFJ.I,,
U. V. HAMR
DIt. A. V. KINNKY.
T W DAVISNPOIIT
IT 8 .TORY,
J 1) DAIUJY,
T 0 KUBIUIAUT.
V I 51AY,
VJLtnih IT RILV1)
W 1' VAN HCOY,
J 1) IIUIWT,
K A POIM),
V l .MAUIJ1W,
L 100 IMW8, mltai etof 8UTrtoo; JIWX
& leoseraa, on half in ouIUtbUoii, ihwII
froinrmllroml, IH inllea ftom pot
i. m acre, B acrm In cultivation, good
building, ttt per awe.
6. M acrea, 16 aowa In coltlvatlon, amall
7. Bcree, 30 arroa In cuUivatlon, mall
IWUIC, IB inuoa iroiu mtieiu, iuuj unc
der light timber, good liouae, kcmmI or
elianl, 0 mllea ftoni rallrood; fW.
10. flOf) aw arn, 180 nrwi In cultivation,
two orchard, 8 mile from Salem.
11. lllKW'flS orea, 260arresln cultivation,
balance light timber, H'i mllca from
IS. tTSro-aWacmi. !) ftcrea In cultivation,
one half mile from ateamuoai iami.
Iter acre, ISO acrea. good liouae, 7
ii, good barn, one half mile from
18. 130 (ter acre, WO acre, 'good liouae and
17. K4 aerea. i mllta from Etalem.tltaft per
acre, W acre in cuiuvauon.
10. !H0 acrM, lll,0U0, all cultivated, line
30. 3B0 acnw, 170 iierea In cultivation, good
orchard and butldlnga, WOOu.
2H. lOUiwnw.iill cultivated; Sfioa
iH. IIoiiMand lot on Commercial it.; 1800.
M. naoauieii, IW)acreaculUvf)tel, llMOimime
tnwa, AUI m oh titww, Nl pear trca,
Jftttcroaof Ikiji, gotKl butldlnga; H0,ftX
iH. m arrni, one lutlf In otilUvatloii, X).
W. UouMandlotlnHMleiii; ".
m. llHiwmllolluHalem; !.
ai. Ml acra or fruit land, SHmllca from Sa.
:u. U Iota In Mllvvr I'alU city; $a woli.
St. Kill acrca, I It In culUvHtloil, Wt H)r ncro.
SI, ) actva, 1W) In eiiltlVHtloii, gooit lm
R liacrea fruit Iaadrl)iinUa from Salem,
W. SOacraa onltlvaled land, IK inlm from
60. 10 acrea, IX mllea from Salem, all culti
vated, with buildings, JUUOO.
61. 12 acrea fruit land, 1 miles from Salem;
62. 80 erred, Z acres In cultivation, house
nutl barn, 7).
S3. 15 00 SaOncren, 300 acrea In cultivation,
good liouae, barn and orchard.
51. 'JOHcroaoffrultlaiHl, lmlltw from Sa
65. 880 acres, ISO acrea In cultivation; 000.
58. 117 acrea, 80 acrea In cultivation, 11300.
67. 10 acres of fruit land, IX miles from Sa
68. 113.00 ier acre, 130 acre.
60. 6 acres of fruit land, 1 miles from Sa
81. 8 acres, all cultivated; 110,1500.
83. W acres, 13600, 78 acres In cultivation
good houc and barn.
88. 2 acres of fruit IhihI, y miles from Sa
61. Haw mill and grist mill; HOOO.
86. 100 acrea, 80 acres In cultivation; $200.
8& 1 aero of fnilt laud, l)i inllea from Salem;
87. 180 acres, Smile from SUverton; 00.
88. 26 acres of fruit lnnd, uilles from 8a-
88. 40 acres, i miles from Salem, all culti
7a 180 acres, near Molimim.M acres oulti-
ated, house, barn, orclmrd, etc.; 23JU.
71. IS ncrrn, near Aumsvllle. 2 acre In ber
ries, 100 fruit trees, good bulld'ga; 11300.
73. 130 acres; I60U
78. 78 acres, wttli buildings; 11300.
71. P0 acres, house and orchard; 800.
76. 120 acres, 100 acrea In gmw, buildings;
130 ht acre.
78, 100 acres, orchard and buildings; 13000.
A baptismal garment known to be 188
yean old is in use at Pekin, lite.
Kvery man on the Kansas City poHce force
is a church member. Two of the officers are
elders in tne church and any number of Uiem
It is said that there are not more than 100
negroes in the entire city of Paris, and
throughout France very few persons of Afri
can blood are to be found.
A Montreal butcher named Deemarchols
was arrested and fined 100 recently for kiss
ing a woman against her will. He decided
to go to jail rather than pay the flue.
Tn nrrler to cure wliooninz coueh in War-
wichskire village, Engkud.tuey cul a piece of
hair from the nape of the child's neck, chop
it very fine, and spread it on a piece of bread
and give it to a dog.
The sum of $0,000 was recently offered
for the well known English medical journal,
The Lancet, which was founded in 1828 by
Dr. Wakely. The offer was declined, the
Iper not being for sale.
Hansom cabs containing dummy figures
representing a corpse have paraded the
streets of London as an advertisement of the
management of the Princess' theatre, where
"The Mystery of a Hansom Cab" was about
to be played.
In a little German village a young girl of
18 has for a fortnight lain in quiet slumber.
She is kept alive by the injection of a nour
ishing liquids, and round her bed n couple of
medical men are watching every sympton
with great attention.
Mile. Zucchi, formerly prima ballerina of
the Eden theatre in Paris, received as a wed
ding gift when united recently to Prince
liasetchetkofT, a Muscovite magnate, 120 sil
ver drinking cuw, all fashioned like dancing
slipjierg, of different sizes.
The rage in London is Japanese art. Books
appertaining directly or indirectly to Japan
ese art Are in demand, and Japanese exhibi
tions are being opened on every hand. Tho
first production of the now rage was to bo
the formation of a Japanese art class.
A point in the Pacific ocean, ten miles from
Santa Barbara, is called "Coal Oil point,"
because of the odor, which is so great that
when a vesiwl jmsses all on board aro fre
quently made sick. On a calm day sheets of
oil may be seen lloating on the water, and
there is every indication that the spot is just
above a submarine oil well.
A GREAT REDUCTION
a AMAZING D
The Cheapest Newspaper
THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER
IN MARION COUNTY.
BASE BALL TALK.
olnlng Salem, in lots laid
lOaetwol fruit laud, !) inllea fronts.
IK 360 aerva, t mile from llrowitsvlllc,
Ikl acre In cullhatlou, good build
ings, fail wr acre.
83. 67 nertw. all cultivated, with buildings,
IH miles from Hatem; !.
W. 30 auroa adJoUilitg Halcm town lle; UNU.
II. JOaertMcutilviiUtd laud, with buildings,
i nine muii Mieui; !.
I. US fecraa
i'hImI laud, without
idle from Halcm iiuat
IVllHM lit MtHlli, '
trri-K IHIIKHKin UIVKNTH.Vr MY
i virtue ut t il.vnv m iiartlllmt ami
Aner ut aalv pulennl In lite rlreult ixMtrl uf
wr Utl.' IH H
IHVItlilt ftir illllllltll.kaftl im.miv
.... ak.u l&ik. .I... ... 1 1.. . . " -
.... --; .linn-, mi, mm an itiiirll
waiiM-j uiiTtw ni r
H. M Moras, on mil front Salem; gs per
II. DJldcrea, IVimlle from Saleiii.ime lmlf
, tit euTuvathm; 3fol
'Lota ott lilll
street, at from 1100 Ui
41 m ikcttm, a mile frmn Salem; 1176 per
17. Iff aertM, all Ut a goMl slate jof oullJva-
78. 60 acres,
80. 340 acre, 180 acres cultivated; 16000.
81. 013 acres bulhllivga and 160 Mere oulti-
8led; 912 per Here.
82. 8lncret),Hcultlvntml; llU
88. 30 acres of fruit land, C mlluri from Sa
81. OOneres, oichardaud bulUllngs, 1700.
86. 818 acre, 360 auras cultlvalml, orchard
and buildings,) 10.
88. 1W) acres, 60 acres culthiited, orchard
ami building; flOiU
87. 26 acres of fruit land, IX miles from Sa
88. 360 acres, W acre cultivated, buildings:
Ml. 61 acres, H miles from Salem; 91S0O.
W. .IB acres, 10ft onltlvaled; 94000.
81. Hotel hi Sublimity.
82. store building In Aumsvllle.
88. 327 aerea, 50 acres culllvateil; 90000.
81. IIoiiMand lot on Commercial ut.; SIKX).
86. 30 aerea, all culllvateil, 1 miles 'from
M. 3l) acres, 1 miles from Salem, houm.
Iwrn, dry Ihiim, ami large orchard;
97. 10 aerea. IH miles from Salem, with
U. 10 mres, 1 mll from Salem, with
largo i ire ua til; WL
m. 10 acrw of fruit land, tS mile from Sa
1W, Mud aeros Imnroveil ftirm at from 910
tot l"'i' acre; kiHrnnas the.Vnken
We have. hUo. all the Seoteh iiiimmnv'.
Btrms far sale. Helngmild under fhre
eliwure of mortgtuvs, they uiu olfeand
uu very raauuaule lertiw.
'to i-ui.nil lu MtiU court
TwnlMh d of Septtmbw, Itjg,
srtlUiMl ull -' HMiida Klluu el
tmllti el si. hereby il w.
Hie MHItll nil lu.rAi. til
IU IUIU ntt.llll.lll 111 (ite ell
Marliiu ihiiiu . iirttiu with ..,
tillMr Rl uniMtit tK-Lnutiuj i.i ihevaiaie
uf JuIim Hiullli. ,ImJ, Iw Mil,!. sIIM
Itwruairi-, h mhu. .awul.Ut,,. au4 aalil
HI Uivnl... I. id,. uudenUtie.1.
Sll iU f M , IHMK, al the hour
WknwMiluIji atuiilnl l. Milium
JMM tusvlt Mitt itml in iitrrtj . Ill til
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of Wu'etm .
THE OREGON LAND COMPANY
Are buying ud 4hug:IUa4 KUle,uir 111 uke plewiure in showing bujew am ivwiv
lty lu the above IUI. (Mttne lu
Bank Block, Throo Dooi-s South of 1st National Bank,
. Ml itta ttlfciiri ItiUtu .l.k.i
U Matiuu iXHtlit). mmw. M I lie au.ie
mtrttiMl rl eatat. 1 (wiUlii- uel..ii ,
l blyhnM l.i.ttW, h ttH.ii, in iMru.v
luaaUTilMTwaiiilaiiiKitliiirt,! I herein.
STBI.VBH k BLOSKKR,
Til Hi r-ffft WlFA
iM State St. s s- SAIU.0H
KiMttlR tr Sit. nut tfc.vw. tMBt
S3txna,4 .iid t-nn4tmS
TLrsisIv mmsWiii iMMlRalingsaMaRfa,
K. H. HrJLLINGRR,
AOKNT " O K
D. M. OS BORN & GO'S
hw Binte Mora and Hate!
r u s s l.-: u u :& c o s
The Bostons will practice In a rink.
Indianapolis will open and close the season
Tom Deasley has joined tho Wtulilngtons
at New Orleans.
Sow it is said tliat Esterhrook will play
left for Indlannpolis.
Gleason and Welch will each reccivo $3,000
for this wasou's work.
Cleveland 1ms arranged to play at Pitts
burg on April 11 and 11.
Dimdon, the deaf mute pitcher, has mar
ried. His bride is also a mute.
Washington apiears to lmvo captured a
notable base runner in the deaf mute Hoy.
King, the Princeton pitcher, signed by tho
Athletics, cannot play with the team until
Catcher McGuiro looks like the ghost of his
former self. He has been lu training all
King, the St Louis pitcher, wonts 8,000
for this season's work. Ii.t year ho was
Boston will release Catcher Dail-. Ho has
been offered for sale, but no League, club
seems to want him.
Anson has paired Mark Baldwin and Hoo
ver. So Tom Daly will have to handle nearly
all tlinaviK.iii..i.K. J
Jack Tilly, the once noted out fielder of tho
Toledo club, is now in the employ of a New
York mineral water linn.
The Kaitaa City club has accepted tho
ernia of Davis, of Baltimore, and MoTam
.uy Cunningham and Ureor, of Brooklyn.
A new southern league is talked of, with
JutH at Macon, Atlanta, Nashville Bir
.mimhani, Columbus, Montgomery, Savan
nah and Chattanooga.
Tltcomb may do hotter work nfto- i,t,.
tvorkml off some of the w inter rust Hu was
ttl pretty f reoly by the New Orleans boys
it hii tlrtt appearance of the season.
Tlw coming season on Association grounds
vill be n oolii I one indeed for the professional
ltsadheaiL V ith the jvreeutage and turn
tile system In vogue nothing goosat thecato
-cept the real stuff. b
At the recent Association schwlule meetinir
ae Imisville club made a final offer of $7 000
oc UUiani. Von der Aha nf ud, with "the
5uak that $10,000 would not buy his
.amous thinl batetnau.
PnariiljutSjsUdingsays Boston is not as
.nxlojis for Clarkson as she w represented to
. AnoUwr club ha. oifeml more than Bos
.i, and a third club asked Chicago to sub-
... .. puiuiKn jut i. mrkson's release.
The mllmge tor Uw tjMglm tlm
.ason will I as follews: Chicago 1051
..k; Detroit, 10,1; S,w YoT'loooo
MJB; W oahiugtou, s,0; l-hiladeljM.ia, 8,S.
AU of th Tiuas leagtw c1u1m u !
.1 -f W. -sxospt Ualveston, 'which Xis
TaawUHIWtol,U0tf fo, ,w JT
.! wlU l I- lr HRHtthch:
Do you want n paper that you can with confidence take to your fire
Mile as an intimate friend; a clean, fresh and vigorous exponent of the
truth; a foe to any system that builds up colossal fortunes for tho fewat
the expense of tho many, or that reduces the farmer nnd laborer to serf
(loin? A paper that will not descend to acrimonious personalities to
vituperation or abuse; but which depends on fair statement and reason'for
its weapons. A paper that dares treat its political foes with candor and
courtesy. Demoted to tho material growth and prosperity of Salem of
Marion county, and of tho fertile and wide extended AVillametto valley.
Using every legitimate means to convince the prospective settler and busi
nebs man of the advantages which, as residents, Ave nil know full well
exist; and, finally, a paper which recognizes tho fact that the reduction In
tho price of weekly newspapers on this coast, has not kept pace with the
reduction in the price- ot tho great staples ol commerce, and has boldly
struck out forever from the stereotyped " terms" at tho head of its col
umns, tho lowest prico ever charged for such a paper in Oregon, and has
substituted therefor as low a price as was ever charged for such a paper
in the world.
Read Our Reduced Terms!
WEEKLY, one year, $1.50. WEEKLY, six months,. f 0.75.
Now Head Our Discount for Cash!
WEEKLY, one year, $1.00. WEEKLY, six mouths,. J0.50.
WAS THERE EVER ANYTHING EQUAL TO IT? NOW ROLL
IN THE NAMES, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
ONE-THIRD OFF FOR CASH.
, Our Old Subscribers
Now in arrears are urged to take advantage of our big discount, by set
tling old accounts and joining the grand throng of one dollar subscribers.
Is there a blue mark in the vicinity of this letter U ? Then understand
you are now addressed. Ulue is the emblem of faith tho faith we have
had that you will settle when reminded of your indebtedness.
Are asked to act as our agents. Communicate with us.
TO ONE AND ALL
We say, send us your names. If you want to take advantage of our "one
third oil for cash," and aro not where you can get postal notes or other
convenient method of remitting, send us your name and state that you
dollar list ll"umty. This will ensure your being placed on the
THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL OFFER,
Rut a solid, permanent reduction. We have como to stay.
Oregon ir California Rail Road
" Live and Let Live Paint
MOUNT SIMST.I HoTTP
Time BeUffn Salem and San Francisro-Ttdrtj-slx
CAUTORNIA KXMUM TKllv-m,,,.
ssRst & nriin"'
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Ar. Uugene Lv.
it la . in
163 p. in.
wwi a. m.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
ftlrlimtal liipie and New
Norwegian Walking or Riding Cultivator, Etc.
NO. M UTATB MTt, (ULKM, OHPtlOX.
J. I. Cm Musrf W.Oto tor l'haikg
iron a Kaotneky stw-k farm oumjmnj-
Vnmtiy irottors nam nd,
Il-oaimi k wM thought of by poatad tar
2J govK?rkj 'jf
- ' miB is saw uatnc wnil.
SUur tteMiford has sold th S-raaMU
Ujr IVIo Alto BntuUmntlrSS
WW to Mcwra 4 bau ifc. ,,,, ""
TW dtmhto toam aad saadfe rw mho-.
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Kalsominers, Paper Hangers id
All orders will roeelvo prompt fttt1j
Hsllmates on all kinds of work In our""
oheerfullyelven. &tlsfaotlon BuaraBWf
Shop In Old Court House on Court
H. K. DulloiH.
nor. n nuMONB,
Teacher f Music
Sample Romt for CwMwdaJ Ti
From U to M per dur
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