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TOE POPULISTS CONCENTRATE
being no choice another ballot was re
quired. A motion was then made that
Mr. W?eks be declared elected; It car
ried and Mr. yeeks thioke 1 the con
vention for the compliment prenled
Ballottlng for choice of Ave represen-
tat Ives Ui the legislature came next.
Tbe count resulted aa follews: J. B.
COUNTRY DELEGATES IN CONTROL Stump 18, B. Coleman GO, W. Culver 3,
T. C. DavIdon 20, J. P. Robertson 8,
Anil Nominate a Complete Coanty
People's Party of Slnrion County
in Full Swine
March 14, Wed need jy-
p'lmariea In Mnrln f-oti't .
March 10, Kndoy Matlon
March MO, fueijy M-irlon
cratlc county oun'eu. mu,
March 21. Wed..d.iy-M .riori
publican county ronv ntl-m.
Aprils, TliundHV fniK cjuuty Rr
April 0, Fndv R-iuluiiMn rountx
convention al Duilui- Ui eieei. ntuie um
April 0, Mondy-FI" d''r'ol ron
gresslonal convention at t-VMiri
April 11, Wednesday Hepubllcan
slate convention at Portland.
May 4. Friday Republican cnuntj
convention at Dallas.
Editoii Cankd. Ati editor that dwf
not deserve a caning once In a while
does not amount to much. Bo 'I'm:
Jouiinai, man felt ratified nt belnp
caned even by tho boarders of riupt
Dowulng's establishment. On tiutur.
day ho received a finely polished thorn
with a handle, and the Initials "E. II.1
in a monogram iu ebony. The wrk If,
douo by hands not freo to labor for
themselves or thoso they love, but It Is
not the less a moat highly appreciated
DitY, DltV, DltY. The weather has
been bo wet that hardly anything
escaped the past week, yet there Ih n
point In Salem whero almost a drouth
prevails). It Is at 100 Court street,
whero peaches, apples apricots nnd all
other fruits will be found dried In the
greatest slate of perfection. Clark A
BcAir.?. Johnny Bavugo an enter
prising lad who Uvea out at the fair
grounds since 1830, presented Gl gopher
walps this morning at the county
clerk's ofllco ami got fti.10 therefor.
Ho caught them all himself and hopes
by close figuring to get money enough
to pay his taxes.
lJtroiiTANT Chanqi:. The regular
monthly social at tho Y. M. C. A. Iioh
been postponed from March 10th to
Republican Mass Meeting.
Tbe legal Republican voters of Prow
poet precinct uro requested to meet at
tho Tabernacle, corner 17th and
Otiemoketa streets, Tuesday evening,
March 13th, 1831, at 7:30 o'clock, for
the purpose of selectlug olovou (11) per
eons as candidates for election as rep
reMutatlves to tho Republlcau county
South Salem Republicans.
Tho members of tho South Salem
Republican club, aro requested to meet
at the old school house, on Monday,
March 12th, at 7.30 p. m., for perma
W. II. AUU8TKONU,
Chairman Precluot Com.
Use only Gold Dust Roller Flour.
Hay.--Very cheup 205 Com. SI.
-At Cost !-
ifuit 1)0 sold. Soo tho display
in my Show Window
Eenatorp John W. Jry,
Geo. H. Week, Howell.
Representatives d. Cjlejnan, St.
Pul; I). 12. Swauk, Aumsville; Ueu. T.
Ciine,Woolbur;G. W. Diudck, Hub
bird; N. D. YUx, SIIveHon.
Coun'y C.erk J. E. Murphy, 8alem.
hheiiir A. F. Drd, .Stay ton.
Treasurer W. F. Jones, Jefl.rsou.
Asseisor E. O'FIyng, Salem.
County aohool riuyerlntendeut. F.
A. Myura, Brooke
Recorder of deeds. R. R. Ryan,
Cor jhl.. Lr. L. J. Lemleux, Ger
yal. Comra'ssioner. Dou Smith, Hureb.
Surveyor. S. R. Bjrf.d, Saleai.
De.et; tUrt to the stale convention
were Chas. Mi.ler, . C. Jury, L. H.
McMuhan, D. E. Swauk, Ulo. Kliue,
Geo. W. Wttks.
Coumy ExeuutivpCommittee. Cbas.
Miller, Sr. Jdleitwu; Dr. ri.vauk,Auiua
vl 1 ; G. W. Weeks, Ho well; J. W.
Jory, Salem; L. W. Gulss, WJ..urii.
F.iow n Is a complete list of iue
J-tl-r-on: Cha. Miller. Jr. CIihb.
Miliar, Sr., Jas. Curl. Archie Llbl.y.
Win, Jones, B. F. lilHi-kwHI, Harry
Burrougi, Wn). Pate, R. F. Mpyers
Marlen: IT. Oulvln.G. Fresch, (proxy
for M. M. mvldfon,) Frank Llbby, M.
Vlrtor Pnln: J. D. Darby, W. H.
Roprs, T. Y. M"CleIan, J. J. Kranfz
Ralem: J M. Piyne, J. P. Frizz -11,
J. B. Stump, Arthur Bnvk. J. P. Rrb
ertnn. T. E. Murphy, J. R. Burford,
n E. Ilayp-.
R'Uth Halem: E. O'Flyng, H. 8.
Hereb: D. A. Smith, M. C. George,
Chas. Honkel, Heury Joost, Mike
Hogan, W. B. Robertson.
Detreit: James Monroe, Geo. May
born, Frank Perkett.
Hubbard: Robert McC.UHtluud, L.
O. Dayton, G. W. Dlmlck.
Stay ten: II. Borchurd, II. Bruer,
Sam Darby, Thos. Dirby, F. A. Beard,
J. M. Waters.
Crestun: A. W. (Iayei,II. II. Glass
ford, John Rimer, Creed Owens, Jas.
GervaW: L. D. Lnvl, Riley RUchy,
J. O. Smith, E. W. Manning.
Llnciln: M. U. Speir.l). E. Swank,
J. II. MtMsnur, W. II Dirby, John
Dirby, Richard Claxto.i, T.L.Bali,
East Sllverton-N. I). Fish, A. C.
Spangler, Robert Gilmore, J. D. Gulss.
Howul!-J. L Wo i,l. D. Riii, J. A.
Norwood, J. A. Keys, E. Baughman,
G. W. Weeks, II. Welsnor, A. McCaun,
Centre View K. L Hlbbard. I. Lar-
Yew Park S. C. Brief, C. F. W.
Barowne, L. H. McMalutn.
Silver Falls Geo. Howe, O. Butlor.
St. Paul-O. Gooding, S. Coleman,
Fred Davidson, S. J. MoDouald, C. O.
Pollaud. T. E. Mltuholl.
Woodburn-G. H. Dyer, J,T. Carter,
II. E. Spencer, E. H. Cowles, Geo. T.
Cllne, L. W. Gulss.
Bubllmlty-Martin E. Smith, G. W.
Merrlllold, J. W. Taylor, J. II. Cooley.
Following were the proceedings Sat
urday. They were mil concluded until
It win moved that an Informal ballot
for nomination of senators be taken.
T. E. Murphy and Ellis Stevens were
named us teller.;,
Tho Informal vote was as follews: F.
A. Myors 4, J. W. Jory 38, G. W.
Weeks 17, G. W. Dlmlck 0, J. P. Robert
son 21, J. 1). Dirby 5, D. E. Swank 22,
G. T. Cleln 0, John M. Payne fi, J. Ii.
Stump 3, J. A. Hunt 3, W. Darby 1,
Chs. Miller 44, W. F. Davidson 2,
Win. Cllue 1, T. C. DivhUoa 2, H. K.
HayeiS, J. W. Miller 2, L. H. Mc-
Mahau , K. L Hlbbird 4, W. W. Cul
ver 1, L, W. Ouiw 0, P. Jory 1.
Mr. Murphy then moved that Miller
and Jory lia unanimously uhoseu as
the caudldatei for state senator on the
Marlon county people's party ticket.
Both m.vlt) short speeches declining
the nomluatlous- Mr. Rberton also
entored his protest to belug voted for.
Tlio balloting was then proceeded
with and tho retult was: J. W. Jory
101, G. W, WeeKs 30, G. W. Dlmlck IS,
D. E. Swank J, 11. Slump 7, L. W.
Quia 7, W. Darby 2, Mr. Reed 1, II.
E. Hayes 1, J. P. R)borUou 4.
ThU method of voting required too
much time, n motlou was made that
Mr. Pate 14 John Payne 25, Mr. Bur-
ford C, D. E. Swank 43, D. Badger 23,
M. Bailey 5. L. Wessel 1, J. D. Darbj
45, L. IX McMauau II, Geo. Cllne 27.
K. L. Hibbard 24, G. W. Dlmlck 28,
W. Fisn 24, L. W. Gulsa 7, T. E. Mur
phy 18, D. H. Cowlea 6, T. J. McClery
6, Don Smith 15, T. J. Clark 2, L Ives
5. Mr. Bali 1. F. A. Myers 0. Welsner
Ifl. J. P. hrl7.7.M 9. Mr. f!nlhv rt Mr
Hunt 12, E.gfn 1, Hayes 2, W. II.
Daiby 4, Jory 8, MiCown 2, Esen 1,
ricbel 17, Bruer 1, Gwliug 20, total
voip cast 100, necessiry loachoice54.
Mr. Coleman was the only one elect
ed on the first ballot. Mr. Welsner
moved tb it the four next highest be
declared nominate'; carrifd unani
mously. Toese were D. E Swank 48,
J. D. Darby 46 O Clinp27 O W. D.m
lck28. Mr. Darby bpre pwltivply rtfu-eJ to
ftcwpt tho nornliiHtlnn and then the
convention reconsider d th motion
and voted it dwu.
Another ballot was taken for the re
maining four representatives not eh-m n
on tbp flrat ballot. This resulted iu De
selection of the following four; Swan'
09, Clluo 80, Dnuiok 07, Fih 02.
Tho convention nt4:45. adjourned un
HI 7 o'clock.
The evening session opened with an
iufirmal ballot on county clerk which
rt-ulipl as follew: FirT. E. Mur
pliyft5, A.O. LllibvO, MeClellan 7, J.
B. Parker 4 J P. R ibertson 3, and E
Baughmaii 3. The rejular vole wa
theu Ukeu, and T. E. iMurphv,
Salem received the nomination will 8."i
votes out of a possible 99.
An Informal ballot for nominees fm
8heriU followed, the following fhm
the vete: B. T. George IS. Cowles 14,
J. P. Robertson 12, Beard 44, Ross 3n,
Bruer, 18, McCowau 2. .
Mr. Bruer decllnlug to be a uoiuinre,
the convention cast n formal vote,
leaving his name out, but the llrst vote
failed of a choice and a second anil
third ballot met with no better suciess
than the second. Ross pulled out of
the race leaving George and Beard the
only ones to be voted on in tbe fourth
ballot, whiuo awarded Uih nomination
to Beard, who received 57 votes of 111.
Informal ballot for county treasurer
was taken, bringing out Jones, David
soo, H. S. Jory, Snyder, Ball, Ryan,
and Bruer, which was duly followed
by tho regular vote and this resulted
In no choice. The second ballot in
which Mr. Jory's name was barred by
withdrawal, resulted in the nomination
of W. F. Jones for county treasurer.
For county assessor an informal
vote brought out the names of O.Flyng,
Curl, Llbby, Smith, McDonald, Ryan,
Culver, Hobart. Beers, Fresch, Parker,
Moore, Davidson, Darby, George, and
Robertson, aud tho vote reyealed no
choice. Proceeding to second ballot
the convention settled down to business
oud E. O'Flyng was choson by a vote
of 07 ballots. Don iSmlth received 3
votes, Messrs. Fresch and Shear 12 and
Tuo vote on county school supeln
tendent an informal ballot was F. A
Myors 89, Miss Floy Davidson 5, Miss
Ruth Matlock 3, Prof. Jory C. B.
Moores 1, L. Birazae, 1, Robartson, 9,
Miller 1. Myres havlng,.recelved tbe
R. R. Ryan was nominated as re
order by acclamation, the rules having
Dr. J. L. Lemleux, of Gervals, was
An informal ballot for county com.
mlaslouer was next. While this was
bolug taken, a motion prevailed and
was adopted that it be an elective bal
lot. Dou Smith, of Horob, precinct,
was the successful man, his vote was
78. W. II. H. Darby received 0, W. W.
Culver 23. Pate 5, George 1.
ine execunvu committee was em
powered to till any vacancy that may
occur on the ticket from auy cause bo
fore the Juno election.
Mr. Weeks made a very good chair
mau. That Bpeoltlo platform Isaquletde
uunclatlou of Pennoyer's salary grabs.
The Populists have courageously set
alow figure for salaries. But they
have not attacked ih fw system very
MoMahau spent the day dolug up
Robertson and Swauk.
1 no couyentlou was the most for
midable body of tueu of any third
parly that ever met at Salem.
THE POPULIST PLATFORM.
Adopted at ths Marion County I Con
Resolutien: That we re-sfflrm mir
adhereiiOH tn the principles f the Na
iiouai platform of him People' party,
adopted at Omatia, Juiv 4, i$2, wnti
the following addition.
1. That we demand that the sytem
of direct legislation, known a the lula
tlative and referendum, Oh incorporated
into the constitution of me tate.
2 Tnat all otllcers, taie aud cotinfy,
be allowed rtxed salaries aud all legal
fce collected, be paid into the puulic
treasuries. As ihe constitution ot the
state provide, that the annual salary
of the governor and ecretaFy of tatp
shall be $l,6U0ench; that of tbe state
treasurer t&M, and of toe supreme and
circuit Judges t2W0 each, and that ti
fees or (jerqutsties he allowed, and us
these orticers ure now receiviuij com
pensattou far iu excess of the consti
utioual limitation; and othvrs, whiwe
salaries are not rixird by tbe constitution
and receiving salaries out of all pro
portion to the services rendered, uud
the ability required, we demanil that
sll salaries ie reduced to the con
ilutinnal limitation, and In no cae to
exceed anetnalaryoff2,no0 pet annum.
3 That tile net anuual emulumeuts
of the otiieers of this couuty, be re
duced to the following amounts to-wit:
sheriff $1,500, with two deputies, at not
..1 exceed tSOOeacb; county clerkU.500,
ciunty judge $1,200; recorder,treaurer,
assessor, aud school superintendent,
4 The abolition of the"preent rail
road commission, as now constituted,
and the enactment of a maximum rate
5. The enactment of state !av, for
bidding the confirmation of auy forced
s tie of property for collection of debt,
r taxes, unless the proceeds of such
site shall equal at leaU 73 per cent of
the anpralsed value of said property,
in addition to costs of collection.
6. That all property be appraised at
its actual cash value, nnd all indebted
ness shall be exempt from taxatinu;
out the debtor shall be required to pay
be tax on his debt, for wiiicb he s'mil
ie uiven a receipt which shall he ac
cepted by the creditor as piy on the
debt to the full amount of the receipt.
7. That we demand for the tax-rid-len
and bond-cursed peopl of our
'itie-, adequate protection from muni
cipal mls-rulp, and complete deliver
ance from ottiflal spoilMinno, bv tbe
idoptlim 1 f the Initiative and Referen
dum, In all matters or city govern
W. G. Wetacott was ut Portland to
day on business.
W. C. T. U. Annual election, Tues
day, March 13th.
Tilmon Ford Is at Albany, attending
F. K. Lovell and W-. A. Morse went
to Portland this afternoon.
Judce S. W. McFadden, of Corval
lis, is in tho city.
J. M. Keeue is at Gervals this after
noon, on business.
W. A. Templetou, of Lane couuty, Is
In the city today, on business.
Judge J. J. Daly, of Dallas, Is in the
city, on business before tbe supreme
Adjutant Roblin wect to Hubbard
this afternoon, to luspect Company E,
of tbe Natloual Guard.
hobos were before
One drunk and two
Recorder Edes for
FOK COUNTY ULEUK.
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for the olllee of CO UNT Y CLER K,
subject to the decision of the county
Republican nominating convention.
R. D. ALLEN.
I hereby announco rnveelf as candi
date fortheotllcpof CO UN TY CLERK
subject to the decision of the couuty
Republican nomluntlng convention.
L. V. EH LEN.
I hereby nnnouuee myself as a candi
date for the otllce of COUNTY OLERK,
subject to the decision of tbe couuty
Republican nominating convention.
E. E. McKINNEY.
I hereby auuounce myself as n candi
date for the otnee of COUNTY
CLERK, subject to tho decision of the
county Republican nominating conven
tion. JOHN W. ROLAND.
I hereby announce mvself as a candi
date for the olll.v of COUNTY ASSES-
ouit, subject to tho decision of the
county Republican nomlnatint; conven
tion. D. D. COFFEY.
HRCOIlDKIt OK DKHOS.
I hereby announce- mysolf as a can
didate for tbe ofllco of COUNTY RE
CORDER, subject to the decision of
the county Republican nominating
convention. n. u. KEENE.
I hereby aunouneo mvself as a can
?Wt for the olllee of COUNTY RE
CORDER, subject to the decision of
the county Republican nominating
conventlou. (j. p. s TRAIN.
A Good Acquisition.
l).iriiisi the pat week Miss H. M.
Hodty, i.fDeuver, Col., has come to
Salf-m t mtiVe hr future home, and
will wx-n ih- fo' lowed by hr mother,
M's f. A. ITolley, and herbrother and
sister Wien 'hw will goto hou-ekeep-.
ing. M!-s H l'ey has accepted the
position f e-l trlrumer at themillin
erv .miI. rs fMrs S. C. Reed for the
coiinog iin Sap held a similar
position foi iw-vtral years with Madame
He tide", I" D over, rli!r,i is the high
est Hf'urrtMPe nr her skill in this femi
nine u-t Miss Uolley assisted Mrs.
R) in the peleetion of her heav
spring stock of millluery In the Eistern
mirktt, aad is familiar with the hiyh
est prevailing styles. Having a mng
nillcient line ( novelties to work with,
and ranking with tbe best Parisian
trimmers, Miw Holley will no doubt
clve the ladies of Salem some of the
llnet spriug work ever ottered on tin
GOLD DOLLARS !
At 75 and 85 cts
TH 16 is what we are giving by sellitio; our
stook of winter Hosiery aud Underwear at
the prices we have put on it to close out
before our new spring goods will arrive.
Give us a call and let us convince you.
-:- E. F.
01 COMMERCIAL ST.
Lecture at Unity Church.
The di-tioguished scholar and lec
turer B. B. Mugtrkar, of Bombay.
Iudia, delegate to the world's congre
of religious at Chicago, will lecture at
Unity cliu'ch, on Thurslay evening
the 15th, on "The Manners, Customs
and Reliu'i n of India." This lecture
will be fud of interest and will doubt
less be largely attended. Tickets with
reserved sea's can be secured at Pat
ton's booit store.
Sam J jups says a dude is "'a pimple
on society.'' Had Sam ever seen
Charlie Nickell be would not have con
fined his remarks to dudes alone.
"Whit a plly it Is thit li's fa-e It all pimples;
He'd re very Hue looking If 'iwasn't fur
Said pretty II it Ve-e, with a s-ulleat the
Kutiecel frj-n aaJer the nobby spriug
Aifcue looked at he-self in tli-'glnsi, sortlj
That sb had for the young man a tender
There wasn't the least ned of denying
for every one kuew l. "His face is
marred by the frigbtul red biotches all
over his face, I wonder if he couldn't
take something to cleanse his blood
and drive them awa?"
rie henrd what she s-a d about hie
looks. It hurt bis ffeli!ij;s, but be
eould'l dtuy she told the truth. He
remembered a friend whose faci U3ed
to te as bid us his. It had becomi
amooth aud clear. He went to bim
and asked how the chaoe had been
brought about. "Simply bv usinc Dr.
Pierce's Gilden Medical Discovery."
was the reply. "Take tint and I'b
warrant you get rid of your pimples."
He did so.
HU face became healthy aid clear,
rext wee he'll be married 10 pretty 111. 5 Vere.
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsapanlla is carefully pre
pared from Sar.-aparilla, Daudeliou,
Mandrake, Dock, Pipsissewa, Juniper
berries, aud other well known remedies,
by a peculiar combination, proportion
and progress giving to Hood's gars,a
purilla curative powers not possessed
by other medicines. It efleets rpnmrk.
atue cures wheu other
-IN ORDER -
' '"I'iiU ,
To reduce our large stock of
Boots, Shoes and Rubber Goods,
We are offering our entire Stock
AT A BIG DISCOUNT
-::- Columbia Shoe Store
118 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
Than take in any other form is what
many people think aud Park's
Tea is made for just those folks, It
cures constipation aud though not a
cathartic moves the bowels every
lay. Sold at Capitol Drug Store.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
Use only Gold Dust Roller Flour.
Notice is hereby giveu that the com
mon council of the city of Salem, Or.,
propose to Improve 12th street Iu Uni
versity aud Yew Park udditimm from
tho south Hue of Oak street to the cen
ter of Cross street by establishing a
grade aud bringing the stieet to that
grade, by laying down crosswalks and
by putting iu curb board 12 feet in the
btreet from the property line.
Doue by order of the coujr jn couu
cil this 6ta day of March, 1S9I.
ED. N. EDES,
3-7 lOt Recorder of the city of Sa!em.
Gold Dust Roller Flour-the best.
Park's Cough syrup.
Has been so highly recommended to
us that fr took the agency for It and
now ask our friends who are suflering
with a colli to give it a trial and If it
does not give satisfaction your money
will be refunded. Every bottle Is sold
on a positive guarantee. Price 50 cents
audfcl .00. Sold at Capitol Drug Store.
A-nouncerasntso: enteitalnmenu swii
B..the-tus. lodges, and tocletffi Sd'rSta
ht-udiiiK .uertea lor accent,, uutica not to ?x"
ceil Ave line, or luoreUwn three Tn"erUon8 j
Low Steamer Rates.
...i1'?"1?? .'"'""vPK visiting the Mid-
niii . ? """o'opa romz'tbe Tjiiinn
I aciilc Bteamers. as this Company has
placed in. fleet from Portland tlie low
rate of M2.00 to San Francis and re
turu, which Includes meal ..rt u?Jt
bull particulars can be obtained bv ail
dressing V H. Hurlburt, A I K a
Uulon Pacific System, Portland. 1-26-tf
A Pure Norwegian
oil is the kind used
in the production
of Scott's Emul
phitesof Lime and
Soda are added
for their vital ef
fect upon nerve
and brain. No
mystery surrounds this formula
the only mystery is how quickly
it builds up flesh and brings back
strength to the weak of all ages.
will check Consumption and is
indispensable in all wasting dis
eases. rr,p.r.J br sett i Powr,,, y Y. All dmrgl.t..
" BREAD UN TDE WATERS,"
Presented by the Department of Ora-
Dealer iu Groceries, Paints,
Oils, Window aIitss,Yitriikhcs
and the most complete stock of
Brushes of all Kinds in the
State. Artists' 3Iaterisils,Limc,
Hair, Cement and Shingles and
finest, quality of GRASS SEEDS
WANTKD. Pusblne Canvascer of eood ad
Ureas. Liberal salary and expenses paid
weekly; permanent poBitlon. BltoW N liros.
Co., Nurserymen, Portland, Or. d eod 1-10 IQg
BKUW.N iitUUOitWo iuulio Kor teuibif
from pure bred stocfc, at the Ion price 01
Sl.OOper settine. KUt. KLIJi'eKLE. corner
Liberty and MUslou streets, Balein. VWtom
lnlted. 29 lm
SALESMEN WANTEUKree prepatdontflt.
Oue of our acents has earned over $20,000 in
Ave yeara. P. O. Box J371. New Vom, 5
AKMJHY DIOA.K bTOHK. FruitsaDdcan
dy. 150 state street. Fine tobacco aod
I ANLI Foil aALK -Inquire of B. U.i'agh,
lj halfa mile north of iJarrlson iDetltme,
of the Willamette University
In the University Chapel
Midwinter Pair Rates
.uuiwiuier Fair excursion
I tho nominations he made by aoolama
((Ion. It was vottnl down uuanlmously.
Tho voting for the aeoond choice for
b iiimur ivouucii as ioiiuws; u. V.
Woska 41, 1), IS. Swank Sti, (1. W. Dim
ick 10, J. ). Stump lo, L. V. Qulu 1.
The whole uumber of votes cast wai
HO, necessary to a choice of 61; there
Itsms for the Fops.
Polk Populltta deuouuoo fuilou with
Morrow county PopullsU favor stato
control of the liquor traffic
Line county PopullsU deaund aboU
tloa of the s(at tulllttiu
Umatilla Populists oppoi all fusloti.
Union county Popultits Instructed
their candidates to spend uo money
for liquor or clears.
Gold Dut Roller Flour-the best.
Gold Dust Flour try it.
R,il.aii in u.... r , . . u. lll-,'
...w.. ,u am i-iauuijeo auu return vih
nH',lhe!J.?l,,fl? V"'"- BhaVta rouVe
i.frLfi0:..iuluJ?? Ave ad-
thirty days from date of sale.
Hetter than Qenuea.
- '& lm
Awardod Highest Honors World's Fair,
S p. m.
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
uoo wind..' pUpii th.e M-Vn-ny
LucS"ThT" Kloyd F,ew
Mr.. L.r.ne. ESSS
ADMIBslO.N 35 cents.
1U.E mobt perieit utilng truss umue. Will
hold a ruDture whero nil others hnva
ulled For sale bv J. L. Parrlsh. J0I CnDltal
stre. t. l'ilirlf
1JAth,ito.-jorintuu, ucrmueuio, oalila,
Taooma and tian Francisco papers on tale
nt llHnnett'8. lotorllre block.
CllthlisliA-N OiE.MiE Literature
) klndHonwale t :tiri LlbPr'y street.
31HIS PAPER Is keptou file at E. 0. lae'
. Advertising Agency, frl and 63 .Merchant
xchange, San Francisco, California, where
contract for advertising can homage for Ii
South Salem Market.
Fresh Meats sold at lowest rate9, and
free delivery. Opposite brick store.
Hay by the ton.
F. M. RINEHART, Prop.
for Garden Seeds. Wt
bava a nice, fresh supply.
Osborn & Harritt's
116 Court street.
1 ((f ROLLS WALL PVPKR
1,UUU Wholesale cost, W State street,
ThU paper must be all closed ost in a short
time. (Jail ea-ly and get the finest and be;
paper cheaper than ever will be sold again.
C. H. LANE,
272 Commercial (street, Salem, Oregon.
Formerly of Morrison street.
' -W MOrH1
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
rtJJ AGRTOT1TTTTTD a -r , ,,-r tc?
T.iLTT-rl.xVM-t' xiviir-jLvJt!;iViJi J- -
Latf Tn,n Tr.r-1 AiVLlrXvl2,I
N W r, Ci. :;. ""u,CUUOOU8ana-L.oweatPrlccfl.
"u" "" ana Licertv Sts.
The only Pure Qrcum of Tartar Poder kt , "
0d In MUUoa, of Slvr'"
o Years tbe S'?iidar4
Sf s O I make ? Specialty of fitting the Eye with Olaf".
tr t C 1 ?.?ve had thlrty-flve years' experience, wlilcb,
- N ' w,t,V ?y French Trial Case, enables me to cor-
vices. I carrv ir .. . y flt tbe E'e- Tuere no cbarRo for my r-
x x r X'l pUcal Good8 and can flt yur E'e at 0fle 8llt,Ug'
W. W. MARTIN, Optician
EA8T STATE RTRPrt dat., V
JE,UetokSiSl '"ii! sUf!?e.Uea 0f,fruU ". f from vermin. This U
TIMES FWCUWalirlHM1 Prt of the city. HARD
-, wnow ail oompeUUon. 2-7-lmdw T. D. JONES, PROP.