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infests tlio blood or humanity. It
ippcars In varied forma, but is forced
o yioiu to nootiB earsaparwa, -which
uirlrtca nnd vitalizes the blood and
urcs all such diseases. Head this:
)' In Soptember, 1894, 1 made a misstep and
gjured my ankle, very soon afterwards,
to inches across formed nnd in walking
i favor it I sprained my ankle. The sore
ccamo worse; I could not put my boot
i and I thought I should have to give up
every step. I could not get any relief
ad had to atop work. I read of a euro of
similar caso by Hood's Barsaparllla and
included to try it. Before I had taken
II of two bottles the sore had healed and
be swelling bad gono down. My
I now well and I hare been greatly bene
Itod otherwise I have Increased in
fclght and am in better health. I cannot
ky enough in pralao of Hood's Barsapa
Itln." Mrs. H. Slash, So. Berwick, Me.
This and other similar cures prove that
i the One Trim Wood Purifier. All drugglsK $1.
k-tp.irtil only ly V I Hool A Co., I.nwcll, Hud
lOOCI S Pl!I: mill IIm-i-MlmtiUut. 25c..
CALL FOR CONVENTION.
j uemiDiicuu coiiyuiiumii ior me
ite of Oregon in called to meet in
ao city or rortinnu, on TMirsclny,
Lprll 0, 1800, at 11 o'clock n. in,, for
ho purpose of nominating candidates
Br tlip prcsldcntal electors nnd state
nd district olllces, except congress-
en, and of electing four dolcgates-at
Irgo to the Republican national con-
zntlon, and to transact such other
SiKincss ns may properly come before
to convention. The convention will
iinslst of 2.'i" delegates chosen by tho
evcrni counties as rouews:
"Wasco , . 7
aiiKias. . .
.The sumo being one dercgato-nt-
nre from each county and one dclc-
to for every 200 votes and for every
ractlon over one-half thereof cast for
lie Republican candidate for governor
r the election hem in this state on
tune 4, 1894.
aii voters in tavor oi ino iicpuun-
m principle or protection to Amen
u industries and American labor
lio upbuilding or a tiome mnrKet, a
Mind Unancial policy nnd a patriotic
mforcenicnt of tho Monroe doctrlno
kre cordially invited to unite with us.
ukokqk A. Stebl
, William Kapub, Chairman.
K Portland, Or., Fob. C, 1890
j .uuijuuiiixiu uumuiiiiuii iui tuu
Irst congresslotml district, of tho
tate of Oregon, Is hereby called to
acet In tho city of Albany on Tues-
ay, April 7, isihj, at 3 p. m. ror tuo
purpose of nominating a candidate
ar congress anu two uoicgntcs to mo
ltionni itenuuucan convention, xuo
invention will consist of 122 dele
bates to be chosen by tho Bevenil
nintics, as follews:
oscphlno .... 4
The same being
one delegato. at
trgc for each county.and one for each
votes, or Tract on ovcrone-nau
hereof, cast for tho Republican gov-
rnor at tho elect on held J uno -i, lew.
Tho commltto recommends that the
Primaries and county conventions bo
eiu in accordance witn tuo recom-
inendstton of tho state central com-
Thos. IT. Tongue, President,
J. A. Wilson, Secretary.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Guilder-
aan, of Dlraondale, Mich., we are permitted
make this extract: "I pave nonesitauon
i recomendint? Dr. Klna's new discovery, as
be results were almost marvelous in the case
f my wife. While I was pastor of the Bap.
1st Church at Rives Junction she was brought
lawn with Pneumonia suceedlng La Grippe.
Teniblo paroxysms of coughing would last
tours with little interuptien and It seemed as
sne coum not survive mem. n. menu iccu
Bended Dr. Klne's New discevery: it was
luick in its work and highly satisfactory is
esult." Trial bottles free at Fred A. Lcgft'a
Drug Store. Reeular site o cents, and ti.eo
ftNCB MORS I fcanaawr
U with the world, 30OO
rompleUir curea saa are
am sawj pnw"
I DO HJWl I. -
est aa4 mot aue
ceoaful euro for aex
ual weaknet and.
lostTlrnr known to
medical rclence. An
nocountor this tcm'
drrtit dtieovtri, la
book form, with ref.
crcnccs and proofs,
will boacut to put-
"uil rnamy vigor
Some CamNp ng&ra
For Democrats and Poptilisls to
Republicans Paste Them in Your Hats and
1865. . . . , .
1880. . . .
1882. . . .
188(1. . . .
1889. . . .
1892. . . .
Tho above table of figures, compiled from the ofllcinl government statis
tics, shows that for three years of Democratic rule and live years of rebellion
from I860 to 1865 inclusive there was u deficit in tho natlonnl treasury. From
1866 to 1873 inclusive there was a Republican surplus to apply to wiping out
the national debt. Cleveland went in March-4, 1893, nnd for that year the
surplus nearly disappeared. In 1894 and 1893 tho deficit duo to Democratic
mismanagement of revenues and finances ran up to over 8112,000,000. Draw
your own conclusions.
ion ruxiMit fm. niii niur Tirol
auy rcalcedTSalluro lmpoaaltjle.
CALL FOR REPUBLICAN PRIMAR
IES AND CONVENTION.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
Republican primaries for Marlon
county will bo held on FRIDAY, tho
20th day of March, 1890, In the various
precincts of Mnrlon county as follews:
Salem No. 1 .....12:30 to 0:00
Salem No. 2 .12:30 to (1.00
Salem No. 3 12:30 to 0:00
Salem No. 4 12:30 to 0:00
North Salem 12:30 to 5:00
Yew l'ark 12:30 to6:00
South Salem 1:00
Englcwood 2:00 to 5:30
Prospect 2:00 to 7:00
Aurora 1:00 to 5:00
Lablsh 2:00 to 6:00
Woodburn 1:00 to 3:30
East Sllverton 1:00 to 4:00
WestSllvertou 1:00 to 4:00
Primaries in tho following named
precincts will be held nt the following
No. 1 Eugino house.
No. 2 Hanson & Cook's stables.
No. 3 Rasey's stables, Court street.
No. 4 Red Front (Westacott's) sta
bles. Yew Park Feed mill, opposite
North Salem Building opposite
Englewood Wade's store.
Prospect Slmpsonls store.
Woodburn Beach building.
Lablsh Shaw's hall, Brooks.
West Sllverton Sons of Veterans'
East Sllverton Fitzgerald's shop.
The several precincts are entitled
to the following representation of del
egates to tho Republican county con
Salem No. 1 10
Salem No, 2 10
Salem No. 3 17
Salem No. 4 H
South Salem 8
Yew Park 11
Fairfield, ......... ..............
Jlowell , . ,,,..,.....
Horeb .. ,,,....
Lablsh . . . . ..
.Lincoln. ........... ."
Sliver Falls. ............
West Sllverton ,
St Paul. ,.,..,.,
Total , 217
1 In the balance of th precincts the
primaries will be held at 2 o'clock p,
Tho Marlon county Republican con
vcntlon Is hereby called to meet at
the opera houso in Salem on Tucsdny,
tho 21th day of March, 1890, nt the
hour of 10 o'clock a. in., for tho pur
pose of nominating live representa
tives, county clerk, sheriff, recordor,
treasurer, county Judge, county com
missioner, school superintendent, sur
veyor, assessor, coroner, and to elect
nineteen delegates to the state con
vention and nineteen to tho district
E. M. Cuoisan,
Chairman Mnrlon County Republican
B. F. MnitEDiTH, Secretary.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any
season, but perhaps more Generally needed
when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A
prompt use of this medicine has often averted
long aad perhaps fatal blllious fevers. No
medicine will act more surely in counteract
ing and freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constipa.
tion, DIxtlness veild to Electric Hitters, 50
cents and $.100 per bottle at Fred A. Legg's
Ministers Should Use
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
v ,1V, siiL
Itf:V1 w a hi
EAST AND SOUTH
for Infant! and Children.
HIKTV ye-ar-a oWrvatloH ef Caatorla with the, yatrortas; of
arillloaa of porona, permit w to apeak of It wltfcewt Knexlag.
It la ttHqaBntioBaTiIy the, boat Teaiodr for Infaat. natl Children
tho worlil ha. ovor known. It la harmlaaa. Children llho It. It
slvaa thaw health. It will nnvo their llvei. In It Mother, hiwo
stoaaathlag which, 1. ohsolatolr unfo aad practically "perfect at a
Caatorla Jeatroya Wiorata.
Caatorla allay FoTorlahnoga.
Caatorla provoat. vomiting Sonr Card.
Ca.torla ocroa Plarrhcoa ami Wind Collg.
Caatorla rcllovoa Toothln.1; Tronhloa.
Caatorla onrea Constipation nnd rifttaloaoy.
Caatorla aentralUoit tho offoot. of oarhonlo nciil gnw or polaonon. mitf,
Caatorla (loon wot contain niorphlno, oplam,or other imrnoilo property,
Caatorla nslmllatoi tho food, regnlateji tho wtomaoh and howcl.
stlvlng healthy and ntvtnral wloop.
Ca.torla la pnt p la ono-lro bottle, only. It 1 not aold In tallr.
Don't alloTO- ay ono to a oil ynn nnythtnet olao on tho pica or proad.a
that It 1. "Jo.t a. stood" nail "will an.wor ovary porpoio."
goo that yon pot C-A-S-T-O'It-'I-A.
SF , jUSte-iO-
" la on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
!' w 11 wwi mmmmmmmmmmmmmrmmi-
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
Service andScencry Unequalled
TrroiiflJi Palace and Tourist Cam
JDlnintj and Buffet. Ztlbrary Cars
Trains leave Portland and Seattle dally for the East.
Tickets, reservations and baggage checked to all points.
For comfort In travel takehe Great Northern.
BOZORTH !BROS, Agents.
R. C. STEVENS. G. W. P. A.. Seattle, Wash.
A. B. C. DENN1STON, C. P. & T. A., Portland.Oi.
TO THE I
K-A.S jl !
Union Pacific System,
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Tourls
Sleepers and Freo Keclinlng Chairs daily
JPOllTLAND to CHICAGO
Our trains are heated by steam and '.tr
lighted by Plnuch light.
Time to Chicago, 3 1-2 days
Time to New York, 4 1-3 days.
Which Is many hours quicker than com
petitor. For rates, time tables and full Inform .tan
BOISE tO BABKEIt,
Agents, Salem, Oi.
R. W. BAXTER, C. II. WINN,
General Agent, Dist. Pass. Agent
135 Third Street. Portland.
THERD 18 NO PROFESSION, whoso
labors so aorercly tax tho nervous sys
tem, aa that of tho ministry. Tliodo
raajement pf tbo nerve center of tho brain
by over work frequently brlnjs on attacks
of heart troublo, and nerroru proatrntlon.
Rot, J. I'.Kcster, M. 1)., Pastor U. R.
church, London Mills, Ills., binuolf a physi
cian, writes Fob. &J,1893t "Ueart adertlon
and nervous prostration had Lcconto to
serious last fall that a little over work In
the pulpit would so complutwly prostrate me
Wr UilAe' that It aceined certain I
ill jnuv must relinquish tho work
Heart CUYt ot tb0 wlnUtry entirely.
" v Heart palplUtlpu became
ReStOreS bo bod that my auditors
TianltU would ask roe If I did not
Hdilil haro heart dlMsaso. last
November I commenced taking Pr. M11W
New Heart Cure alternately with Or Mile'
Nervine and derived the sreatest posslbla
beaoflt. I bare J iut closed revival work of
10 weeks, proachins nearly every night and
twice on tho Babbatb. I can speak for hours
without suffering as I formerly did. Hard
working talnUtera should kwp Dr. Miles'
grand remedies ou band."
Dr. Miles' Reart Curo U sold on ffuajrantee,
'fetbotUo will beat or bkt utoaaaa.
Eastern R. R. Company
YAQU1NA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yaquina Bay with the Han
Francisco & Yaquina Ray Steamship Co.
a 1 and first-class in every respect. Sails
from Yaquina for San Froncisco about tvery
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or polntt west to flan
Franclicoj Cabin. IJ steerage, t; cabl
round trip, i;ood 60 days, $18,
For sailing dates apply to
11. IJ.VALDEN. Agent.
CHAS. CLARK. CorvallU, Or.
EDWIN BTONE, Manager, Cervallls, Or.
A. J. CHURCHILL, Local Agent, Salem.
on.. ae.a...a-s. sVilf IMaLlsmAsaol VrB
lu k i.A. Mt
CM BVMA lUrtfcr"".,K-" rmlt
I L 9u!um Sx tvtiniu. iilMlito w
Elegant Dinin" Cars.
Tourist Sleeping Can
To.St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Fargo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Winnlpeji,
Helena and llutte.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, Boston, and all Points
East and South
For information, time cards, maps and
tickets, call on or wriln
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Act.,
Morrison St.. corner Third Portland, Or.
0. R. & N. CO.
E. M'NEILL, RECEIVER.:
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis St Paul and Den.
ver Omaha and Kansas Cliy. tow rates to
Portland San Fjancisco,
Steamers leave Alnswoith dock. Portland,
Feb. 71b, inh.mth. 321 27th, and March
29th at 8 pm.
fare cawo, 35: steerage, 12.50.
WILLAMFTTE RIVER DIVISION,
Steamers Elmore and Ruth leave Salem
for Eugene and Cor vail Is Saturdays, Sundays
Tuesdays and Thursdays at about 5 p. in,
Ixave for Portland Mondays, Tuesday.
Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 a, m.
JiOwest ircignt ana passenger rates,
Round-trip tickets vero cheap.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through
to all points without extra tiansfer charges,
For lull details call on Boise & Barker,
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address.
W. II. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas. Atf. Poitl&nd, Or.
For full detain call on or address
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradeit. Local Agent
Have You Seen
the new Fozsoirj Parr Boxf
fre wltb each box of I'owdw.
It is glran
Ask for it.
Southorn . Pacific Co.
California Express rrain Rundau between
A iMIIMlll, nil., jli A iwiiibv., 4
' '' .'I -1 .--' J
.it too p. m,
1 0:45 a. in,
nr. Sun Fran.
Alave traits stop nt Hnxt
City, Wo illmrii, SaUni,
JtllcrK.n, Albany, Albany
Kiiircne, Crcwvll, Drain.
from Kose;liiirn to AsM.mil, 1
- Til 1 ' .
I unction, Irving.
ami all M.itltitH
a:;w a. in.
lv. Port fit ml
4:tK p.m. 1 lv.rui'llatidMr. 1 10:0.1 a.m.
JlilDjyiUJ "rv r!ll.om .,iv: I ..e:(H) ",l"
iSTning cars" bv o":;den kou ns
PULUJan" liui'FKT BI.KRPERS
and second-clans kt)lli; cuts (Ml.iclicil to nil
WKhT SIDU DIVISION,
llelwcrn Portliind nnd Coivnlll, dally (ex
cept Sunday. 1
7130 a in. I l.v.. Pui'ifandT ArT(i72o pT in"
ij: 15 11 in. Ar. Corvallls. l.v ) 113 p in.
At Albany mid CorvallN cnniHX'l with
traiiiH of Oregon Central ,V Ensterii Hallmad.
Express train dally except Sunday.
Portland Ar "812s a m.
6150 a. m.
l5 P "
7iiS I', rn.
to all points In the Eastern Slates, Canada
and Europe can I obtained nt lowest ratel
from W.W. SINNER, Agent. Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Ast. G. F. & P. A..
R. KOEIILER, Manager.
& Si. Paul By.,
ramjgaf, PAUL. f
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