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BVRNIXB CAPITAL .10UKNA1,
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EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY,
MY TUB
Capital Journal PuWioMng Company.
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-lartml aulhorll to
ealr milwcrlrHKMio.
S-AdvcrtUHw ntlw mi application to
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"" KU1DAV, MAIICHIO. 1HHB.
ANM'1'UKMMTS
I'nthl timiiiir (KtnvMillm-MHreh Id.
Hwtmd H1ihmiI ltaiid-Mareli SI
I(mMlatn l-rlnwrhw-MHrch 31.
lUnwWIotii CHnt Convention-Mar...
Annual IlfHW Whjh-SUwIi l.
utriHUrvN oit'MY hikti
Kor Marlon futility will Ik) lii'lil
ttt tlu ojwni Iioiiho In Hnlciii on
ThurwlHy, Mhn'Ii iflitli, 1HM. "t "
o'clock h. in. for llio iiiiriKw of
olct'lliiK II li'li'KHti'rt I" 'hi' Htnlf
convention to U lii'lil In I'orlliiiul
thulltlnlHyof April I8.HS, anil to
iioiiiIiihIo live chihIIiImIcw for tho
luKlnlHtiirf, county clerk, hIhtIH',
HN'orilur, trtwmircr, whool Hiierln
lomlunt.tMoi'oniinlwIoiii'rH.iiwMt'Mir, mirvnyornndiiirDiior.iiiiiltolninHwct
liny othur lmdiiwH thai may ro
irly wiiiii' iM'foro llio coiivviitlon.
rrinmrltwulll lxliulcloii fNiliirilny,
March ailh.
AI'I'OHTIONMHNT.
The wveml prwhiclH an- entitled
to tliofollowliiKiniiiil,i'"f'h'U'(?atw:
HmIuiii 1 Itowrfl 1'rHlrl ... II
iSuMMMH ... tHfrlju 11
NorthSalem .. .. (tarnrtd
MMUlh HwhMti .. V Abkliw &
Julhmin. . . .7 UW.Ii .. . II
Mhimi lrvnl
AImImuim - - WiKHllMirn II
ll.w3i ... llnhlwnl I
HiHihrn. ... A Aiinim
UMSlwIty lliilillli t
IJihohii.. - I'Ihiiiw(( i
Tmtiw. .. . II HI. IVnil . I
Hulli'M II
'Jim Ii
DavihSimi'min,
C'hr'u. Co. Cii. Coin.
IT HIHtlt IIIHIII miXINHK.
t?t nlort U our nulKlilior, "the only
tiuiiKx'rwtio dally in the wdley," In
throwhiK Hlum at Union Mililli'w,
anil iiHMHlally lliomi who have lived
to Imhhmiio ohJvvtM of lliclr couutry'H
KrMtlluile, tlmt It Mill hlixip In the
low tat anil iiiiwt xllly coniHirlMiim
for that purMW. Thu ltt m
mhv1 1hI mili when It pleKeil
up a erlppM Mtnrl boMKar and mail
a iHMiilly Umiii hliu, w hleh euileil at
fo)hw:
"Tlinre U no peiiHlnu hill fur Mirh.
Ohki1iiiw1 llitlliilwrer- make a
whtw dUlluctloii U'luivn Nill(l(al
jwlrlutUin and t'lirltlHiulmrll.."
It U wry ovhlwiil lltut the Vldello
ndlbtr'n "ehrUllau eharll. " did nut
tnke lillll t'liM emuiull to the r
itwiHllmul liiismlrilxite towitnl hi
ntlkifur Iw MHilil mwuvIji have mi
little ixunmou Aiueriiwu umiiIuhhI
h Ui wmmft' htm to a Knliiiieil
I'nluu wUillvr, for Hglu In front of
tiW urlpie wt III mill IvIIIiik llwt
IM wm mm IfiiujIUh horw JH'ki.,N w ho
wk run over u, an pn train In
ICunUiwI hi l7tl, vv bile on hi ivluru
fluui w Uu4e rwe, and the injury
IMMMttMiMl tlw ll)H(Utto of Inilli
hk Wn alxivv the Ml.. Wlutl do
ym Uilnis, I'iUoii Mthller, of N'Iiir
nNtttttttnl U H'h oltkt of elwrity
m tlwl What muat be the f'lligp,
louord Uw I'ltltHi uf an willed wlm
wu ruil Mielt vlW Ua4i? Ami
yM republlewu aiv I4iuwl for w
iH th Ubkaly khtrt !
Awl, right 1MV MlaTft. lUtiub)l-
mm UIU yuu evw Mojito lUUik how
HWttj' uf yuu aiv mUUl iuio Uekeu-
iHf irtttlUuwttUtllly tr thW "l4tHMly
hll"bmluw? Mu,s of jom aivj
Iklklkki In dV 1 Uiml ulbiul llu. uur
W Ito imU, hwt mmim ivU'l eAHn
m mm ii uu., u wiiUHlMttV((.,i( I mritMtiHK MWth-
WW hurt, w hlb uu llie oef baud
Ul HMMt nUMMUl uf lliw Fvl
Mtd wnnhwiwmfa mn with srAH
iNMHinU', Ih urtul ur m 0 ve
ewnwr, iw Irw wul tu tWlr attvk
afvttsriiMiitttl tOm uf Mukiu
MtMldw MMt Myal MtaMw lu
fcrt tl WUtuulu tukKikMihouyii
U Ihr auW hum vum fhim
you Mkii wm fcmut lu utur uul-
AmmMI jMUiuitot imk) wmiuWs
mwI Uh Uw Mluu wbu wim
Ih gM)- mmI Um4t nunlMNTtt liuugli.
H allM on Mwutl uf tlwir uUbl-
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Th HmI iwwtmihiii. njmkl
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CMtte
Mr kT. C. Uf, ut , Jo)m
Omti. uf PMImmI. W. H. Ntt
ofJ.K Yflltrfftita. of 1. 1 u n
Jutm Hsiiiii i4JuVa.ii
TIIK -limi.TnilH'"'" - . 1-..UI. . Ill I a h'lVRAU...
Cotton ties are simply "triiis of
Hhw-t iron usxl to binil together
Imlw of cotton. They are hui-ib"-
ttally tiiCHH new. .....-. i? ; - ,
. .. . . ii... .... i,iritia iiowi
tn iin. XArtli uimii many
KHI"""'
paekHKaS in Mhteh gixli are fhlplel,
but the dciiiHinl for them l conlln
el, of course, to the cotton growing
Htati, which are wilid for the Dem
ocracy, anil are repri-ented in jmrt
In CoiiKra-i by the junta that con
trol the ways am! uioaiwcoinmittee
1'or Ihla rea-on the new taritl' bill
which HeHiiiIcw-KtoekiiiK' Mills has
HWi-at out of hW Immeiiie brain puta
(Milton tiw ujion the free list anil
leaves all other Iron ties to wy a
heavy fluty. This illustrates the
principle that IIiiiih and stumbles
through the tnrlirblll whlcliKow in
to coiikiws and to the country as
the administration measure. Con
Htnicleil by avowed free trailers It is
of coinxo a free-trade measure,
but In drafting It the free-trade
doctrine has been applied to
punish K-ctlons of the country,
which are republican, and retain for
democratic and doubtful K'ctlons
all the advantage or the protection
they now enjoy. They told usthe bus
iness they had In hand was to get
rid of the surplus liy abolNiilng the
taxes on the nccearles of life.
What they have attempted to do is
to paralye the Indu-trles of tlte
North for the beucllt of the South.
Coal, sugar and wilt are all neces
saries of life, hut a man's bill Tor
salt, whether It lie taxed oruntaxed,
Is a mere bagatelle compared with
the cost of the sugar and eon I he
uses, if lie heats his house with coal,
ami If the theory of the free trailers
that u duty Is always added to the
cost of an article be true, the way to
relieve the people and abolish the
surplus was to let In coal and
sugar free. Mr. Mills, however,
leaves the duty on coal untouched
hccmiM' thcie are Immense debits
of coal In the Koiilh, cuts the heavy
tax on sugar lew than a fourth lie
couxe sugar is a southern product,
and ulfsets tills by relieving con
sumers of the duty on salt, which Is
produced only In a few Northern
Htales, anil so on thiough the list.
"Ito It enacted that what democratic
ntats buy and do not prisluce
shall ls admitted free, and that
what they produce shall pay the
same duly as now," would have
Ishiii much more In Iff, ami amount,
ed to the same thing. Hut there Is
one good thing alsiut the bill. It
stands no chance of becoming n law,
and as a campaign document will
do excellent service for the Itepuli
llenns. A (IIIA'II'IKMW IWl.T.
Hill Anderson, tpitto a notorious
shIimiii kit'iK-r of this city, takes oo
easlou to do something he may
think "funny," by announcing him
self in the- Statesman this morning
as a candidate for sherlll before the
prohibition convention. It U Just
Mich bnueii breaks as Anderson's
(Hie rcMill of couclnus Hiwen that
make even the uiiwt IIImthI ell lieu
ilUtfUcttsI wltli the Million audits
Intlucucex, and which is miiv in
time to brliiK its own tKvtnictlmi.
TIiom' men should beiulglit thank
ful tlu an' let along ami ktvp a
iiilet demeanor.
Tin; IImiiiIoii Itsinler Ih now
owned hv two lirwetleal iirluters, J.
M. rptwii and It. V. Tupper, w ho
auiHHintv tliat It w III 1h a prom
inent Institution, Independent In
(xillilc lait not neutral, anil will
make a strung tl(tltt In the Interest
tvf Cisw ami Curry ivuutles. The
Heeordcr ksiks neat and we wish It
l)H. Ai'wrtri C. IINK, wwll
know ii In th) etty l sskl to U the
peefwltJ iio4iilnee tvf the prohlliitkin
party hx CotiKSM.. lie was txiull
date ftar MHrtary of s4ate mi that
tkkirt lM lvsrt.
I'l.OI'l.h AMI i:ILM
AhoOmv Oklalwmw iweethiK, to W
wMni KauMt.
A UU allow lug wtwm Ui vo4 on
tlw Utvu" iutkMi lift pa ml tlw
tUlil rHllug Ih I)h MavMiehucotte
ImUmum k po)MrtU to urtraulM
U iMUttlgfMUlkN bflNM. A CiHU-
"",J WUi w 111 mtbudt an
to tW HfWWtuiv Ih May.
TW Ulu'-l-Ks?t Uck: Kor
Hftofii In ttife, Waiter (.
j tltWwm. uf I wUmmm; fctr vky itrtO-
. Jut Ik Iamuju if M
' (ViHfcm MN1 w
In- U mxI iMm( ymr wlt
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Mw WMyuM iMt
rfMl&
KMMte twM atm
rVMUMIwl HM'
t U.ml ua th rolk ilurittg hmmIm
i riiMMr
New York Sun: :Hcgin with the
Internal revenue. ExiHirtmeiitwiui
tho custom duties
heccnary.
Tin. lute Mr. Alcott was a vege-
., ,, one,
'" ' . " ,, l.
imal food may bo goou ioru, -
would say to his (laughter, "but it is
not for me."
The two elections held in Massa;
chusetts Monday resulted very satis
factory to the tcmiierance people.
Out of llfty-llve towns in the eastern
part of the state only eight voted for
license.
The New York Legislative com
mittee which has been Investigating
the telephone companies, reports n
bill to regulate charge-, but says it
is jKiwurless to recognize the state
royalties.
St. Louis Globe-Demecrat: Judge
Ureshumis the favorite of the people
asillstlnguishcdfroiu the politicians.
This would be a good year to try the
exiwrimuiit of coinKsllirg the
politicians to stand a-lde anil of
pennlttiiiB the people to select the
candidate.
ni:w TO-HA1.
STOCK FARM
FOR SALE or RENT !
530 ACRES
Well wnlcml unit plenty of timber. Two
Iuhikcs unit two Imriin. (iixiil iirelinid.
Moiidnw and ITU acres plow Intnl. I Uiv
liwitl of tltlowltlitlio plj-o If wnnted.ana
ImrsMiciiiiiiish to run It. Within Ihonillcs
ofilciHit on llioll. AC. K. It. A liiOKiiln for
MiniPuody.
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
SOUTH SALEM PRIMARY.
Tlic republicans ofSmitli Salem 1'ivclnct
will meet In prlnmrj imentlim nt the
m-IkmiI house In (south Salem on Saturday,
Mnreli 31, at one u clcs'k v. M.
"""'' '" A.OIIMAlir.
l'reelnct roininllteeinan.
aIImTrecinct primary.
The r publican prlinnry for Salem pre
elnet will be held nt the Opera Ilouxe,on
March SI, at one o'clwk v. m.
U K. I'KATT,
('ommlttccmiiii.
EAST SALEM PRIMARY,
Tho republican primaries In Kind Salem
prei'lnct will be held ut thoold Court House,
mi Miirvh'JItli ut one o'clock v. m.
HAVIll HIMfsdN,
Comnillteeiniiii.
GENERAL BIACKSJIITIIIXG
ANI)-
HOWSESHOEING ! !
Alt the lmprocd nielhods of klits'lnt;,
hliujiliiK nIhhw, to curt) iIImhimih of the fool
mid for the correction of fault) action, con-trHctlouandllltt'rrerlni?,u-wl.
lsuanoite.
sHlUnu lion In till cHi-ew. Itcfertoiin) well
Known horMiiimu III Oregon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
Wl Coininen-lHl mrrt-t, ShIchi, Or
ARRIVING!
iisp Stork of Hoods is
NOW :- ARRIVING
I
IGARPETS
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Sl
Tk brttil id Ymi Sttk f Cirfd;
hr mm U
NOW HERE
-AXl-
STILL ARRIVING DAILY.
IA-CALI. AND KXAMINM
LIINN & BROWN,
Cor. CiMiunetvUI and Sute Streets.
Just Arrived !
TUB FIKBSr USB OF
Millinery and Flancy Goods
EVER IN SALEM.
KU tint ui iVMivoMrt KM Uta jMt
IUVK HIMRI,
T.ff advek:
r iiStd
TfcirfjJiKSte5?j-jt
afterwards, u m lUCIT HI Ulll'll IV, c.b.Moohbs
An- VMr
1 IBHli IS
I ynawKmRBm Hn 'El H ilii
J. D. McCtilly,
IS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
SPRING
-H A
-AND-
FURNISHING
240 COMMERCIAL STREET,
WM. BROWN & CO.
-DKALKIl IN-
BOOTS
r Cr "FT
S H rofES
Le
Finifelr' "
ullini)
(UIIUl (1
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CASH PAID FQR
Wool, Hitler, Pelts anil Furs.
No. 3Hl Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
DON'T YOU FORGET IT!
. THAT
At tlie Opera Mouse Corner,
AKK DAILY UECEIVINO
New Dress Goods,
New Prints,
New Clotliino:,
New Everything,
Awl av xUtm tlK mhw t thoir umwl Iow Prkw.
CAIU AND SEE US;
Bring Your Families and Stay Awhile ! !
IIowh tor vyixH$, nMl Ow mh obUgius clerk lu tlw olty.
Will toka Chickens, Butter and. Eggs on Account.
S. Friedman,
1U-MNK86 M.VNAUKR.
TV J 1. ., n I l)r IT ii. H. COOK
r 11 ol nauuuua jjuuii.
SALEM, OREUU.
W.M. X. LARUE, -HH.
.1. HKYSOLUS,
JOHN MOIH, - -
. . President.
Vice President.
. . . Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING,
ti)uKht and sold. State, County and C
mimints bought. Fanners are cordially
nXd to defiosltdtninct business
with u. Liberal advances inuu.
Sit wixil, hops and other proiwr y at
rcn" liable rate. Insurance on Mich sc-
icV"....'.' ., i. r.i,tninert nt the bank In
most reliable companies.
CLOTHING!!
T S ,-
GOODS, ETC.
SALEM, OREGON.
...nANJ
k7 Mi Jk
ADVENTURE
Air 1
UU1
President
Vlec-l'rcsldeut
" Secretary
. Treasurer
Tlic Oregon Land Compny
CAPITAL STOCK, -
$20,000
-IT7-ILL Bl'Y AND SELL REAL ES-
lljU X. M.tnir hnnrlrprlii nf
tntP. IS now i.-i.n;iiift - -
inners of the Utiltea ouues. iuai ..
tlerfor finding buyers of real estate nre un
e "ccuJd. It is to the Interest of those hav
fng real estate to sell, to place It where
buyers come to buy. & COOKi Manager.
II J. MiNTitons, Assistant. a,,
eilice: front room up stairs In the State
Insurance Company's building.
A Multitude of People
. .. .,.... . I'pr.i.Ell . RONS.
TTe SrTnVntln
tneir largo :. j,'rV,iMB while in
r 'you1 Sin Stt CI cube','grauu-
iatea,.powucrvu ui
CRUSHED.
We are sure we can please you In price.
... . - ill Pa n I rmn X'fltirSPll
nela'sapibrderrNearryevery
day
A FREIGHT TRAIN"
Comes steaming Into Salem and has more
or less goods for us. We keep everything
In the grocery, crockery and glassware
line. When the price of any article
FALLS
We give you the benefit. Our stock is now
complete. We have a room
80 FEET
By 25, which is filled with new goods
throughout. Glousacall.
KELLER & SONS,
The Grocers.
Evaporated Apples,
Evaporated Peaches,
Evaporated Nectarines,
Evaporated Apricots,
Evaporated Pears.
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Dried Peaches,
Dried Apricots,
Dried Currants,
Dried Apples,
Dried Grapes
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
Smyrna Figs,
Raisins,
Persian Dates,
at
Weller Brothers'
301, Commercial Street.
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.'"
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
House, Sign
AND
General Painters.
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
Decorators.
All orders will recele prompt attention.
KMlmntch on alt kinds of work in our Hue
cheerfully given. Satisfaction gunrunteed.
Shop In Old Court House on Court street,
Salem, Or.
j COUNTY DEMOCRACY.
Primaries,Conventions and Precinct Clubs.
Specialties in Fruits
The Marion County Democnitlo ICentral
Committee met in Salem. February lltli,
ISSS, nnd bet tho time for holding the pri
maries on March 17th, at I o'clock p. m.,
nnd the county convention on Friday, the
Slrd of March, nt 10 o'clock.'n. in., in Salem.
APPORTIONMENT.
The dltrerent precincts nre entitled to the
following number or delegates :
Salem 10 nervals 9
South Kalem 11 Howell rnilrio 6
North Snlum 12 Marion 2
5at.t Salem 17 Qnrneld 2
Atitqun 7 SlUerton 10
h.V lWl 8 Huttevillo 5
oodburn 8 Chamiioeg
AuuikVUIe 2 Aurom 1
Jelterhon .1 Hairlleld 3
Sublimity 7 Lnblsh 4
Smytou .. 7 Mehama 2
Turner u
J" i Total t us
Hubuunl 2
We, the committee, would recommend
tliforituittt)u of democratic clubs In oaoli
prednet, nnd the names of the offlcerslu
Mh)ubbeMnl to the chairman of the
eeHty central committee at Sntem.
T. U flOUIKN, Chairman,
J. F. imoWN, sHTetary,
T. U 1M.VIDSON,
W. V. KMlEll,
T. P. 1IAYHS,
County CVfltml Committee.
BENSON'S EXPRESS.
T HAVE OUDKRS AT IJVNCEW UV
XJ wy bkiWlL eorsar of State and Front
lfVa4i.Qrfta uutfiMt cu-iuu.ftijitAwnH rvun-
RMrdal
- -
m niuiBiubBid,
i . .:..: .i- r" -.''. .
iToniiH attention ana
V. . I1RNSON.
GMO. tt. OOODUl-K, WtXiD DEALER,
wHos with fio. W. Jolinwju, 3K Com-
Sawed to any Uiutb ttered. Own Hut
4 .xiiiuy all ot&fv
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