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Spring 'Some Campaign Figures
Medicine B n - ...
ror untorrais ana ropuiisis to
i
Straggle With.
our blood In Spring la almost certain to
be fall of impurities t ho accumula
' tlon of the winter months, nnri .,.
K tllatlon of sleeping rooms, impure sir
i in dwellings, laotoriosand shops, over
eating, heavy, improper foods, falinm
m .1 tliA If (ftnnwfl ! ltM.B.
ui iuij m mm properly 10 ao
extra work thus thrust upon them, aro
i the primo causes oi this condition. It
' is of the utmost importance that you
Purify
bur Blood
w, as when warmer weather comes and
. tho tonic effect of cold bracing nlr h
rcgono, your weak, thin, impure blood
will not furnish necessary strength.
P That tired feeling, loss of appetite, will
open thowny for serious disease, ruined
J health, or breaking out of humors and
fimpurlties. To make pure, rich, red
K blood Hood's Barsaparilla stands un-
Sicquallcd. Thousands testify to its
merits. Millions tako It as their
Spring Medicine. Get Hood's, because
oocls
Sarsaparilla
he One True HlooU l'urlflcr. All druggists. 51.
area only iy 0. 1. Hood & Co., towell, Mass.
Republicans Paste The.! in Your Hats and
Pull Them,
u a
s
Customs
revenue.
Excess ot
rcrcnuu
over
expenditure
Excess of
expend iture
over
revenue.
I ,!., r!ll ro the only pills to take
OOtl S PIUS wlllillood'i Sarsaparilla.
leer
iton
cknmas .
tson ....
lmblii .,
.CALL F.OR CONVENTION.
Republican convention for the
to of Oregon Is called to meet in
city of Portland, on Thursday,
rill), 1800, at 11 o'clock a. in., for
'purpose of nominating candidates
rthe prcsidental electors and state
district olllces, except congress-
j, and of electing four delegatcs-at
jc to the Republican national con
ation, and to transact such other
blness as may properly come before
convention. TJie convention will
islst of 2;i7 delegates chosen by the
srai coiiuuesas iouews:
Lane 10
Linn 10
Lincoln 3
Malheur .1
Marlon 10
Morrow 3
Multnomah 48
Polk 8
Sherman :t
Tillamook :i
Umatilla 0
Union 8
Wallowa a
AVasco 7
Washington ....11
to a Yamhill I)
flic same being one dclegatc-at-
fo from each county and one dele-
lite for every 200 votes and for every
Btion over one-uair tnercor cast ror
llcnublican candidate for uovornor
Itho election held in tills state on
o4. 1801.
Ill voters in favor of tho llcpubll-
principle or protection to Amcri-
luciustnes ami American lauor
unbuilding of a homo market, u
ind ilnancial policy and a patriotic
forcement of Clio Monroe doctrine
cordially Invited to unite with us.
U COUGH A. STKKL
firxiAM Kapus, Chairman.
secretary.
Portland, Or., Feb. C, 1800-
DISTRICT CONVENTION.
Republican convention for the
congressional district, of tho
to of Oregon, Is hereby called to
Bt in tnocity or Aioany on Tiies-
Aprll 7, 1890, at a p. m. for tho
rpose of nominating a candidate
I congress and two delegates to tho
tlonal Republican convention. The
kvcntlon will consist of 122 dele
cs to bo chosen by the several
wines, as roiiows
Jk
ry
Iglas. . .
lam ...
it....
ley . . .
son..,
nh I no ,
tnath.,
5
G
.12
. 7
. 5
. 4
. 3
.' i
. 3
. o
'. 7
. 4
o
! ii
Lake 3
Lincoln 3
Linn 10
Marion 10
Polk 8
Tillamook 3
Washington ....11
Yamhill 0
utoii.... .... 5
N 4
rry 2
ck'amas....l2
enhlnc .... 4
rkson 7
aglas. 9
imath 2
ie 11
the samo being one dclegato at
jo for each county.and ono for each
votes, or fraction over one-half
H-eof, cast for the Republican gov-
sr at t no election hciu June 4, ibih.
Pho committo recommends that the
narles and county conventions bo
kl in accordance with tho recora-
idstlon of the state central com-
tteo
n tiios. ii. tongue. itcs aent.
A. Wilson, Secretary.
Marvelous Results.
mm n 1.ai. trritti.n l.if Ultv T. Clinder.
, of Dimondalc, Mich., we are permitted
Hake this extract: "1 have nonesuauon
ecomendinc Dr. Kino's new discovery, at
results were almost marvelous in the case
ay wife. While 1 was pasior of the lap.
Church at Rives function she was brought
rn with Pneumonia succeding La Grippe,
niule paroxysms of cpughing wouia ia
its with little interuption and it seemed as
be could not survive them. A friend reco.
tided Dr. Kino's New discovery; it was
fck in its work and highly satisfactory In
lt." Trial bottles free at FredA.Legg's
ug Store. Regular size .o cents, ana Ji.oo
1858....
1859....
1800. . . .
1801....
1802. . . .
1803. . . .
1804....
1805. . . .
1800 ...
1807....
1808. . . .
1800....
1870. . . .
1871....
1872....
1873. . . .
1874....
1875....
1870....
1877
1878
1870
1880
1881....,
1882
1883 ....
1884
1885
1880
1887,
1888
1880
1800. ...
1801
1802
1803
1804... .
1803
$170,040,051.28
170,417,810.88
104,404,500.50
180,018,428.03
104,5:18,374.44
200,270,408.05
210,370,280.77
188,080,522.70
103,103,833.00
157,107,722.35
148,071,084.01
130,050,403.07
l.'10,170,080.20
137,250,017.70
180 522,004.00
108150070.02
220,410,730.25
214,700,400.03
105,007,480.70
181,471,030.34
102,005,023.41
217,280'803.13
210,001.173.03
223,832,741.00
220,008,51.57
210,522,203.23
177,452,004.15
203,355,010.73
131,318,530.02
152,158,017.45
8 37,223,203.07
133,001,333.11
28,207,703.40
48,078,100.41
101,001,010.88
01,140,750.01
00,588,004.80
43,302,050.31
2,344,882.30
13,370,058.20
20,022,241.83
30,310,577.00
20,700,551.00
0,870,300.03.
05,883,053.20
100,009,404.03
145,543,810.71
132,870,411.41
104,303,023.50
03,403,771.27
03,050,588.50
103,471,007.50
111,341,273.03
87,701,080.50
83,010,271.07
20,8:18,541.00
0,014,423.00
2,311,075.20
9 27,520,004.43
15,581,511.10
7,1X13,000.50
25,030,714.50
422,77 1,303.48
002,013,431.22
000,005,870.37
1)03,840.1110.33
i
00,803,200.58
42,803,223.18
The above table of ilgurcs. compiled from the olllclal government statis
tics, shows that for three years of Democratic rule and live years of rebellion
from' 1800 to'1805 inclusive there was a deficit In tho national treasury. From
1800 to 1873 Inclusive there was a Republican surplus to apply to wiping out
the national debt. Cleveland went In March 4, 1893, and for that year tho
surplus nearly disappeared. In 1804 and 1803 the deficit due to Democratic
mismanagement ot revenues and finances ran up to over $112,000,000. Draw
your own conclusions.
'AILING MANHOOD
Gewral vl Kervewt DUttty.
Weakneaa of Body and
Mind, -KUccta, of firrors
or Exceaees.ln Old or
Young. itobuat. Noble
Manhood fullr Kestored.
How to KnUrgo and
Strengthen Weak, Un
i developed Portions of
faillnp;IIoBioTretment.
".".; J?" TflSESS l"n,i;n
Qtrle. 8cnd for Descriptive- Book, ex
icUon and proof a, mailed ttcaled) free.
CALL FOR REPUBLICAN PRIMAR
IES AND CONVENTION.
Xotlco Is hereby given that the
Republican primaries for Marlon
county will be held on FRIDAY, tho
20th day of March, 1800, In the various
precincts or Marlon 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 Park 12:30 to 0:00
South Salem 1:00
Englewood 2:00 to 5:30
Prospect 2:00 to 7:00
Aurora 1:00 to 5:00
Lablsh 2:00 to 0:00
Woodburn 1 :00 to 3:30
East Sllverton 1:00 to 4:00
West Sllvcrton '1:00 to 4:00
AbUiua 1:00
Primaries In the following named
precincts will bo held at the following
places:
No. 1 Engine house
No. 2 Hanson & Cook's stables.
No. 3 Hasey's stables, Court street.
No. 4 Red Front (Westncott's) sta
bles. Yew Park Feed mill, opposite
lory's shop.
North Salem Building opposite
Wade's store.
Englewood Wado's store.
Prospect Simpson !s store.
Woodburn Beach building.
Lablsh Shaw's hall, Brooks.
West Sllverton Sons of Veterans'
hall.
East Sllverton Fitzgerald's shop.
Tho several precincts aro entitled
to the following representation of del
egates to the Republican county con cen con
venteon: Salem No. 1 JO
Saleni No. 2 JO
Salem No. 3 Vt
Salem No. 4 1
East Salem ,
North Salem j
South Salem j
Englewood J-
Prospect 1-
Yow Park "
Ablqua H
Aurora
Breitcnbush
Buttovllle
Champocg
Elkhorn ,......
Fairfield...... ..
Garfield
Gervals
Howell ,.,...,,,,,
Iloreu .......,...ff
ITiihlmni
Jefferson
Lablsh
Lincoln "J
Marlon
Macleay
Mehama
Silver Falls
"Rnr. Kilverton 10
West Sllverton
St Paul ..
Stavton
Sublimity.
Turner 'i
Woodburn .'
1
. . b
Total....
9 f ff 4
247
In the balance of tho precincts the
primaries will beheld at 2 o'clock p.
in.
The Marion county Republican con
vention Is hereby called to meet at
tho opera house In Salem on Tuesday,
the 24th day of March, 1800, at tho
hour of 10 o'clock a. in., for tho pur
pose of nominating fivo representa
tives, county clerk, shcrllf, recorder,
treasurer, county Judge, county com
missioner, school superintendent, sur
veyor, assessor, coroner, and to elect
nineteen delegates to tho state con
vention and nineteen to tho district
convention.
E. M. Okoisan,
Chairman Marlon County Republican
Central Committee.
B. F. Meredith, Secretary.
The Time for Dulrdlng
Up tho system Is at this season. The
cold weather has madounusualdralns
upon tho vital forces. The blood has
become Impoverished and Impure, and
all tho functions of tho body sulfer in
consequence. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is
tne ono true blood purifier and nerve
tonic.
Hood's Pills become tho favorite
cathartic with all whouso them. All
druggists. 25 cents.
"DR.MILES,
Through His Nervine Is a Ben
efactor to Thousands."
H WIDELY known Wisconsin puuUsher,
who mldos at Green Day, writes
March ta, U95, as follews:
"Fivu y caru ago I bocutoo so nervous that
mental wo.-itwaa a hurden. I could not rest
at nl;bt on a vount of aleeplessnes. My
attention a called to Ir. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine and I commenced to nso It
1th tne very bot efloct. Since then I
have kept a Outtle In my nouke and use It
wneccvorwr nerves become unttrune, with
alway tho amb good result. My aon aUo
ftr Mllpc' take it for nurvouancas
Ur. JUU&d . ilka neTer faiiiDe
succeu. I haverecom
Bended it to many and
It cures them. All who
iu2er from nerre
troublM ahould try It.
H ia free from narcotics, perfectly harm
leas, and i HootQfct and strengthens. Dr.
Mile, tnroupn hUNprrlne 1 a benefactor
to thouMod." A. O. LEHMAN.
Editor end proprietor of Pien Lahpsuax.
Dr. KHtf' herrluo Is told on guarantee
grit bottle will benefit or mosoy refunded.
Nenlne
Restores
Health
EAST AND SOUTH
.VIA-
': THE)
T
for Infants and Children.
HIRTY ywara' OBiervatloa of Caitorla with tko ymtroHaga of
aallllowa of yenons, yiermlt m io apeak of It without gaeitlBg,
It la WJigHeatloHatlr the- tost rnwody for Infanta aal Childroa
the worlil haa crcr known. It 1 haraalasa. Chlldrca llho it. It
give a them health. It xriU. aavn tliolr llvei. In It Mother have
aoMathtng tghloh la apaolatcly aafo anil yraotloally gerfoot an a
ohilil'a saeAlolne.
Caatorla eleairoy Wiorma.
Oaatorla allaya revcrlihaeaa.
Caatorla yrevontg vomiting Soar Card.
Caatorla onroa MlatTlioaa and Wind Colic.
Caatorla rellevoa Toethlng Troaaloa.
Caatorla onroa ComtlpatloH nnd. riatnlenoy.
Caatorla HeHtrallaaa tho effocta of carbonlo aold gaa or polioaoaa air,
Caatorla dooa Hot contain morphlno, oplain, or other aarootlo property,
Caatorla aailadlatoa tho food, rcgnlatea tho atomach and howoli.
giving healthy aad natural alcep.
Caatorla la pat up la one-tlao Tiottloa only. It la not aold In hnllr.
Don't allow any one to a oil yoa anything also oa tho plea or promise
that it la "jqat aa good" and "tvlll aaawer every pnrpoie."
Sea that yon p-et C-A-S-TQR-I-A.
Tho fao-slmtl
sdgaatare
t divm
li oh every
wrapper.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cattorla.
t.
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
-VIA-
Ss
fll
m
niifflr cut nit
Shasta Route.
I
OF HIE
Southern Pacific Co.
Calllomla Kxpress Traht Run dai, between
rortland nnd San Francisco.
M
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JOURNAL.
Service and' Scenery Unequalled
Trronyh Induce and 'I'ourlst Cars
J) hi In y and Buffet Library Cars
Trains leave Portland and Seattle dally for the East.
Tickets, reservations and baggage checked to all points.
For comfort In travel takeinc Great Northern.
BOZORTH BROS., Agents.
R. C. STEVENS. C. W. 1. A., Seattle, Wash.
A. . C. DENNISTON. C. I'. & T. A., Portland.'Oi.
Through Tickets
TO THE
EAST
VIA THE
Union Pacific System.
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Touris
Sleepers and Freo Reclining Chairs dally
between
1'ORTLAND to CHICAGO
Our trains are heated by steam and ".ar
lighted by Pintsch light.
Time to Chicago, 3 1-2 days
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days.
Which is many hours quicker than com
petitors. For rates, time tables and full inform (on
apply to
BOISE cO BARKER,
Agents, Stlem, (Ji,
R. W. UAXTER, C. Ii. WINN,
General Agent, Dist. Pass. Agent
I3S1 Bird Street. Portland.
OREGON CENTRAL
.AND
Eastern R. R. Company
VAQUINA IUY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yanuina Bay with the Han
Francisco & Yaquln ltay Steamship Co.
STRAMF.lt "KAUALLON."
a I and first.clais In every respect. Sails
from Yanuina for San Francisco about rvery
8 days.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
and California.
Fare from Albany or pointt west to Han
Franciscoi Cabin, f is; steerage, 8; cabi
round trip, good todays, )8.
For sailing dates apply to
H. U WALDEN, Agent.
Albany. Or.
CHAS. CLARK. Corvallis, Or.
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccrvallis. Or.
A. J. UIIUJU-IUW., uocai ngeni. jcm.
PehiIVroyal pills
a.- aJeaa rtUU.
?-. r-.r ;.i j-.i
kiZJSKK4i
4uLmU
yra is hw m y
CTitaarfaltMafey
runs;
PullmarhSleeplfv Cars,
Elegant Dinln Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Car
To,St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Fargo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and llutte,
THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, Iloiion, and all Points
East and South
For Information, lime cards, maps and
tickets, call on or wriln 'r
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
AGENTS,
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Act.,
Morrison sU, corner Third Portland, Or.
0. R. & N. CO.
E. M'NKII.L, RECEIVER,
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
OF
Two Transcontinental
Routes.
Via Spokane Minneapolis St .Paul and Den
ver Omaha and Kanaas Cily." Low rates to
eastern cities.
OCEAN CITIES.
Portland San Fjancisco,
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock. Portland,
Feb. 71I1, I2tli,.l7lh, 22d 27th, and March
2Qlhat8pm.
Fare Cabin, 85; steerage, it.$o.
WJLLAMFTTE RIVER DIVISION,
Portland Eugene.
Steamers Elmore and Uulh leave Saltm
for Eugene and Corvallis Saturdays, Sundays
Tuesdays and Thursdays at about 5 p. id.
Leave for Portland Mondays. Tuesday.
Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 a. in.
lowest Irelgnt and pastcngcr rates.
Round-trip tickets vero cheap.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through
to all points without extra transfr charges,
F01 full details call on Itolia & llarker,
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address.
W. H. HURLHURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or.
For full detain call on or address
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest. Local Agent
Have You toen
the new Fosmni Vvrr Boil It 1 glrn
ttta with each box of I'owdtr. Ask for It.
" Noi'th'
South I I
p. I lv. Port.anu at, '
,U:oo p.m. I lv Salem lv. I
1 0:45 n. m. I ar San Fran, lv,
Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
Cily, Wo dburii, Salem, Turner, Marion,
Jclkrson, Albany, Albany unctlon, Irving,
Eugene, Cruswell, Drain, and all stations
from Rocburg to Ashland, inclusive
ROSRllUKO MAIL DAILY.
builth
:;iu u. in.
11:00 a.m.
S:20 li.tn.
iv.rortiiiiuliir.
lv. Salem lv.
ur. Hosob'g lv
North
496 p.m.
2:20 p.m.
8:110 a.m.
8ai.i:m l'AaaiiNor.it.
rioutli
4:00 p.m.
0:15 ).in.
Iv.l'ortiniulnr.
ur. Salem lv.
Norlli
10:05 a.m.
8:(Kl a.m.
DINING CARS O.V OUDUN ROUTE
PULLMAN UUl-FET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
trnltiH.
WEST tDE DIVISION,
licturen Portland and Corvallii, dally (ex
cept Sunday. 1
7130 a in
1 2: IS I'm
.1 l.v.
Portland,
Corvallis.
rrjo-
-v 1 1
6120 p. nT
'35 !' "'
At Albany nnd Corvallis connect with
lrans of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sumlny,
4M5 ! m
7U5 P. tn.
T.v. Portland Ar.
Ar. McMlnvllle Lv
8:25 a rn.
6:50 a. m.
THROUGH TICKETS
to all points In the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest rntel
from W.W. SINNER. Agent. Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asst. G. l". & P. A..
Portland Or.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
liiirairn
V 11 lUW
Mi wsui
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GLANCE ATI HIS MAP.
Of the "Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
Railway and note lis connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and remember when going east that Its trains
arc lighted wllh electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant
HuMet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car iillilias an electric reading lamp, and
its dining, car aro the best in the world.
Oilier lines are longer than this, but none
arc shorter, and no oilier offers the above lux.
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reawns for the ponularltyjof '! he Mllwau.
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road office will give yon further information,
or address
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1. W. CASEY, Tiav. Pass, Agent.
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