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IjztJ Account of Doiogs in Cily and
THE DEPOT 3IATTEK.
i!tins of tu Citizens Called
tenlay evening, Mayor Aiurpny
,ed the following call:
i i1n nf tlin nitr nf
0 IIH." a--1'"- -
oti Your attention is ucreby
led to the proposed construction
ncv railroad depot, to replace
one lately destroyed by Are.
railroad authorities, desiring to
suit your wishes, as far as lo-
ion is concerned, have submitted
proposition to locate tne new
en"er depot ai uio iiuursccuon
Court and Twelfth streets, upon
conditions published in iUon
'sJornNAL and requested me
ascertain your wishes on the
h therefore respectfully suggest
it the residents of the city (or so
Ly of them as may feelan interest
the matter,) meet at tno council
amber on Saturday, the 12th hist.,
8 o'clock p. in., for tho purpose of
Lidcring the proposition referred
and if a change of location, upon
prescribed conditions, is desired,
take such steps as may be ncces-
tyto obtain the required bond,
d to raise funds for the purchase
necessary depot grounds.
J. J. Mukpiiy, Mayor.
alem, May 10, 1888.
Mr. It. Koehler, receiver of the O.
C, has also written the mayor a
ter explaining, at length, his
legram of Tue&day. Mr. Koehler
I to that he insists on tho indein
fjing bond, because the company
n't wait to begin construction of
e depot until the preliminary
raialities are complied with, and
wants to be on the wife side of
mgs with the company. He adds:
I 'arties residing at Salem, who are
terested in the change of location,
e in position to give the proper
re and attention to this and other
fats coining up in connection
ith the question of location, and it
ems to melt should be a small
itter for them to give an uuder
ikiug as asked for by us, because
ey could fully protect themselves
seeing that nothing is neglected
Ueh would place them in a
tsitioii under which they could be
lied upon under such document."
The citizens of Salem now have
i opportunity to secure the removal
the passenger depot to a point
ar the center of tho city, a point
ut would be a great deal more con-
nient for the general traveling
Ibllc. Tho buildincr. which the
mpany will erect, will be a haud-
Ime ornament to the city. It now
rains for the citizens to decide
Biether they have been In earnest
their clamors for the removal of
edepoUite or not, whether the
Use that has been piled up on tho
pagers of the O. & C. It. H. has
n really because tho "abusers"
'I not think the managers of tho
ail would accommodate Salem, or
Biether it was only to vent an over-
maance of spleen against them,
iply because of personal grudges,
now remains for the neonlo of
Fm to get in, and put up tho
KM, or let the depot be built at
' old stand. Hereafter, if the
tola done, the railroad company
fid not be made to boar tho
e. as ill tllft rinat
he JOI'KVAT. Suva "mni-n tlin
" j"l . ..."
M to the Court btreet orossimr."
t will the people of Salem say?
Election. In the "Third."
' accordance with orders, a colo-
lwul w elected in the third reirl-
' 0- N. G. This roirimniir, unu-
fight companies, located at tho
wmg named places: Tho Dalles,
M 111. T. PVlllirtr.il irnnmmr
fl" Powder. Contervillo. La
'' nnd J,fcoph. Lloutenant-
""U -MorciUl. now emmiiiinrtliiir
'ttallon. with hraiildiinrtfirH nt
eftillta, U siM)knn of niwl will
lo elected colonol.
Fresh strawberries at A. Strong &
Thirty bread tickets for one dol
lar at A. Strong & Co's.
Ladles' swiss jersey vestsatBridges
& Bozorth's, Bank block.
Painless dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, 92 State street.
Dr. C. H. Hall returned to Port
laud this morning.
The overland express was two
hours late to-day.
Gov. Pennoyer has returned to
Mrs. Gov. Moody went down on
the morning train.
H. AV. Cottle, manager of the State
Ins. Co.,wcnt to Portland this morn
ing. F. X. Goyette and Ann Deloney
were granted a marriage license
Miss Wood, at tho Woman's Col
lege, was a passenjrer on this morn
ing's train for Portland.
The 2nd. regt. band will give a
concert in Willson's avenue tins
Remember ladies, and have your
spring dresses made at Mrs. A. H.
Go to E. L. L. Johnson's for gen
uino bargains in fancy and staple
Wm. C. Griswold of Portland is
in the city to-day.
New hats, a large and fine assort
ment, just received at Mrs. A. H.
Farrar's. Will be sold very low.
J. Scharff, wife and daughter of
Portland, are in the city on a short
The Monmouth and Dallas base
ball clubs have a match game at
Charles A. Gray's baby suffered a
relapse yesterday, fftid was not ex
pected to live.
Mrs. T. E. Cauthorn, of Corvallis,
who has been visiting the family of
O. Dickenson in this city, returned
Rev. C. C. Poling, who succeeds
Rev. J. W. Bowersox as presiding
elder of the Evangelical church, is
in tho city.
J. L. Callahan, manager of the
5th Iufty. baud, N. G. Cal., Oakland
Cal., is in the city visiting the fam
ily of Mrs. L. Byrne, his relatives.
Parasols, handkerchiefs, collars,
cuffs, hosiery, corsets, and under
wear at prices that will astonish the
natives at E. L. L. Johnson's.
This olllce was presented with a
can of lemon sugar to-day, which
makes excellent lemonade. The
employes in the Jouhxai. olllce
tried it, and they know.
Brig. Gen. J. M. Siglln, O. N. G.,
has been sick for some time, and is
yet unable to leave his house. The
general's many friends here hope for
his early and complete recovery.
P. H. Hatch, the veteran house
mover, was quite severely hurt yes
terday, by tno falling of a timber. It
struck him on the right arm, and
hip, making several painful wounds.
Mary E. Schell was appointed
guardian of Cllde and Pearl Schell,
minor heirs of Geo. W. Schell, de
ceased, by the county court to-day.
She filed a bond In the sum of $220
with David Mulkey as surety.
Good work of any kind is always
noticed, and the best recommenda
tion for the mechanic or artist,
while a poor job is never appreciated.
The class of work as seen in Cher
rington's art gallery is admired by
everyone, and gives satisfaction to
those who give him their patron
age. Capt. Chas. A. Woodruff, Com
missary of subsistence, department
of the Columbia, U. S. A., stationed
at Vancouver barracks, will de
liver the oration In this city on
momorial day. It is likely tho me
morial address will bo delivered in
Marion square in the ovoning. Tho
committee of arrangonionts have in
vited all military and eivio organiza
tions to take pnrt with them in tho
Death From nn Overdose of Morphine
Last evening the wife of J. S. Sor
bin died from the supposed elfects of
an overdose of morphine. Mrs. Sor
biu was an Inveterate user of moi
phlne nnd opium ; and notwith
standing constant watchfulness by
her husband, she managed by "un
derground" moans to keep herself
supplied with these narcotics. Mr.
Sorbin had instituted preliminary
action for a divorce, and this fact
may, perhaps, have excited her to
take an overdose. This case calls for
a coroner's inquest if my informa
tion is correct in the premises.
I notice by a communication ill
your journal, that tho little town
across tho river from here (under the
eye ofN. Milh esq.) has been re
christened, and is now called Ly
onsville. The original christening
committee consider themselves offi
cially ignored, slightly Kit down
upon in thus substituting so com
mon a name for the unique and
pleasant sounding Podunk. Pod-
uuk Is waiting for the iron horse of
the W. V. & C. R. R. Co. to run in
before commencing any "Green Bay
S. M. McClane, for prohl sheriff,
is going to carry Fox Valley, Kings
Prairie, and Weasel Flat.
S. W. Lobarcls repairing his house
and the same now looks like new,
"just from the mould."
Surveyors and topographical en
gineers still continue to g up the
line of the W. V. & C. R. R. This
looks like business.
Fisher Bros, have about completed
their new house, it would be an or
nament to any town.
Lots of field strawberries, large,
ripe and lucious.
Dick M. an old Jacksonian demo
crat, says he'll be blessed If ho votes
for Cleveland or any other of his
sheep killing tribe. Dick can't stand
free trade, especially on wool.
TAKIMi SNAP JCDG3IEVT.
Ed. Capital Jeurnal: In the
Sllverton election on Monday, the
prohibitionists made a good display
of strength, tying five of tho coun
cil, and only lacking two or three
votes to elect the wholo ticket. To
save tho expense and delay of
nnother election those candidates
who were tied agreed to pull straws;
but it is now reported that tho votes
cast for tho prohibitionists aro to be
thrown out, because they aro print
ed on the wrong kind of paper.
I don't know who has ordered
this summary way of settling a con
test, or whether the candidates and
those who supported them with
their ballots will submit to such
suppression. It is certainly a daring
attempt to disfranchise one-half of
a city population because of a trif
ling irregularity, and I cannot
believe that the voters of Sllverton
will submit to it. They did not
print the ballots and voted them in
good faith, and to nullify their
votes because of tho carelessness of
some committeeman is too high
handed a proceeding for freemen to
submit to. This may be tho Louis
iana method, but it will not suit the
latitude of Oregon.
A Lovnit of Fair Play.
Sai.km, May 10th.
t Ditnicl K. Butqer has been con
tinued Indian agent at Warm
Springs agency, Oregon.
Young U. t. (irant has sold the
Arabian stallion presented to his
father by the sultan of Turkey dur
ing his trip around the world. Gen.
Colby Is the purchaser.
In Chicago yesterday oftlcer Mar
tin Nolan m a shot In several places
and fatally wounded while trying to
arrest two members of the notorious
gang of hoiwebreakers.
In Bullalo, X. Y. yesterday an ex
plosion of natural gas destroyed St.
Paul's cathedral, the pride and glo
ry of the eity. Over pressure was
tho cause. The building was valued
at a quarter of a million dollars.
John Crawford was sentenced to
life imprisonment yesterday in a
San Francisco court for shooting M.
V. B. Burke. The killing grew out
of family ditllcultics.
Tho health of Luis I. of Portugal
Is so precarious that Prince Carlos,
the crown prince, will be invested
with power to sign documents.
run sruinpeue nom tne opera
house during ex-Senator Slater's
statistical talk, the Lance attributes
to defective ventilation in tho hall
An audience can endure large sums
if given in round numbers, but when
hundreds and tens and units aro pre
sented In detail, their senses are op
pressed with too much numeration,
and they go outside to rest their ears
aud refresh their lungs.
l'lcnlc at Inilepcndenre.
The people of tho thriving town
of Independence have beencnjoylng
a two-days season of picnic, since
yesterday morning. Yesterday the
day was passed in trials of speed
among local horses; last evening,
tho opera of "Nevada" was given by
local talent, after which the devo
tees of Terpsichore took possession
of the hall, and the mazy waltz
lasted until well nigh tho bivaklng
of the mom. This morning a
steamer from Corvallis brought E
Co., 2nd regt., Capt. T. M.Johnson,
to the scene with many of their
friends, and foot races, bicycle races,
jumping matches, contests for prizes
among tho handsome Indies, and
pretty babies made up tho pleasures
of tho day. A very jolly happy
time was reported as being had.
roi.K county rnoius.
For Books, Stationery 4 Fat? Goods !
OS, STATK STUEKT.
TO BE SHOWN
En. Capital Jeurnal: Will
you kindly permit me to announco
through the columns of your paper
that tho prohibition candidates of
Polk county, will open tho canvass
next Friday, the 18th, at Zena, at
1 o'clock p. m.? A meeting was
held at Dallas on the oth when can
didates of all tho three parties were
present, at which time tho subject
of a joint canvass of the county was
discussed. For some reason both
old party candidates cho&o to make
no canvass, so tho prohls must go It
!, May 10, 1888.
FBF IlntltAU'lvU n l'nl.l.
M)lo ititlery. crockorv. dlshos.
farv, silverware, lamiw in lariro
u i1'1."' y' crocks, etc., eta,
- urofK prjceu, at S. Kirrar &
ViffrtUlag In the Pre.
'"inintttee bavinir the advor-
"i barge have authorized tho
Hdlture of $1.V) fnr iiu-a nrlnl(
i 'w York Morning Journid,
1 lUe ( lll,.itlllH Ihimilnu. 'I'LL.
-....IM UWIUIICIi A4IIV
New lEoad btakllsbl.
The county court to-day estab
lished a county road, sixty feet in
width, tooxtond from the north end
of Fifteenth street, north, across
Mill creek to thefcounty road run
ning oust aud west on tho north side
of Leo Mission cemetory and Par
rlah's addition to the city of ShIoiu.
This rod will prove h great oon
vonionco to tho eop!tt who lmvo
recently established homes in this
addition to tho city.
Suicided at l'alsley.
On May 1st, Charles M. Stephens,
a Douglas county boy, and a brother
of Mrs. W. F. Owens, whoso hus
band suicided in Roseburg two years
ago, committed suicldo about forty
miles from Paisley, Lake county.
He had beon drinking heavily and
had $C14 In money aud a note for
$300 on his porson, and othor prop
erty. No cause Is known, unless
It were temporary insanity.
The Blue Mountain Lumber Co.
of Pendleton, has filed articlos of In
corporation with tho secretary of
state. Object to manufacture lum
ber. Capital 140,000. Also the
Roal and Personal Kstato Co., of
Portland to do a general roal ostnto
business. Cnpital $100,000.
Annual Camp Meeting.
Oregon and Washington Paclllc
Coast Holiuess Association (Unde
nominational) will hold their third
annual camp meeting at Oregon
City, Oregon, commencing on May
30, next. The usual deduction on
railroad and steamboat lines is ex
pected. For rent of tents or other
information address T. M. Organ,
Oregon City. G. W. Hunt,
CRANE'S STATIONERY, PLAIN AND FANCY. ASHTON L1T
UAL CAP, PLAIN AND NUMRKRKD. TYPE WRITERS'
MATERIAL. ACME WRITING AND SCHOOL
v TABLETS. FABER'S PENCILS AND PEN
HOLDERS. RUBBER BANDS AND
ERASERS. SPENCER I AN
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO BE SEEN TO HE AP
PRECIATED. McGILL'S STAPLE PRESSES
AND STAPLE BINDERS.
Tissue Paper of all Shades, and Materials
for Paper Flowers.
MABIE TODD'S DIAMOND POINTED GOLD PENS-ALL WAR-
RANTED. WIRT'S FOUNTAIN PENS BEST IN THE
MARKET. CAMBRIDGE BIBLES, CHEAPER AND
BETTER THAN THE OXFORD. RROOKS'
NORMAL TEACHER. PAGE ON ,
TEACHING. TRACY'S TEACH
ERS' RECORD. NORMAL
Roberts' Rules of Order.
SCR1BNER LOG BOOK. GILLCHRIST'S MANUEL FOR IN
FANTRY OFFICERS, (PRICE $1.00). UPTON'S TACTICS
AND REED'S REVISED EDITION, (50 CENTS.
For Fruit Growers :
PEAR CULTURE FOR PROFIT, (1.00). DOWNING'S REVISED
NEW EDITION FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMER
ICA, ($T).00). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUITS, (?;)).
. THOMAS AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST,
' PRICE $2. HOP CULTURE NEW
AND REVISED EDITION,
98, STATE ST.
Set Dickens, 15 Volumes, litilf Russia, Usual Prico $32.50, Our Price $20.00.
Set Lyilon, 26 " ClolIi, (lilt lop, " " .12.50, " 2,1.50.
Set Thackeray, II " Hair Morocco, " " 22.50, " 15.00.
Set Waverly, 12 " Hair bluo Calf, " " ,12.50, " 17.5a
Set E. P. lioe, 15 " CIolli, " " 22.50, " 18.00.
Set Capt. M. lteid, 10 Vols. ClolIi, " " 15.00, " 10.00.
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
J. BENSON STARR'S.
118, State Street,
MYKItH-ZINC At tlio rcKlUencoorfieorKO
Collins, corner of Court mid Church
btrccts, Siilem, OrCKon, Jliiy 10th, 1888, by
Kov. 1. W. KlllKht, MIw Alice .M. .Inc. of
I.lnn county to oils Jlyui-H, of Marion
Oregon Railway anil Navigation
" Columbia River Route."
We Tell Von Plainly
That tho lxt plneo to buy your
clothing U of O. W. Johiifeou, tho
olothior. Qaiit'a furnishing good
In ovory vnrloty.
b II liefnM km
A Pine tot f Dried FrulU.
Dried nectarine, notche, apri
cots, noire, Himlee, LUckberrlw,
to mtH description of nruiitti, lilunw, etc., etc. The flntwt
number of ever brouuht into this market t
Fitrrar & Co's.
Mr. O. J4. Hunt, rojirewjntliig tho
son & Co., StHytoii, la in tho city.
These gentlemen tire ttgenUi for tho
Journal in Htnyton, hikI Huticiimte
a great increwMi in our weekly eircu
tkui there Hint-e the price luut been
liMMie ho low.
Trains for the twt leave 1'ortland nt 10. IA
a in Hud 'i p in dully. Ticket to uud from
principal polnto In the United Htuteu, Csn
ELEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS.
Kinlgrttnt Bleeping Chre run through on
tupr muni to
Illlll BT. I'AUX
Free of Charge nnd Without Change.
Cl(eoonneetkiH4tl'yrllfliul fnrUtn Kran.
duooHiid l'Ht Sound jxtliil.
For further pttrUfHkni IshjiiIiw of I. A.
Muiniiii!,'. KflLO' the MimpHiiy, Captud
journal utrrea, uwv wrwit, Mtwui, ug'i,
jmiwni, u, I. IV l. A., IT
Carpels, Shades, Porlicrs,
or A. I.
A. L MAXWELL, O. I. A T.
HOLCOMB, Owil. Mummer.
FoHy Vein in liie lliuitti of Hue.
Hy KnllierChlMlflUf. Vrtee 0. Beud
In your order immealittalr. IMWmI In
July. !. A.KAKNKI.I.,
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Cloiliing and Hals.
Largest Stock ami Lowest Prices !
fifi-Cull and bo convinced.
J. M. Rosenberg & Co.,
Wliite :- Corner.
The Standard Combination Fence!
No. 260 Commercial St.
In tli:Vlllniic(l() VnlloyjM'.thu
DAILY AM WEBKIiV.
All Styles of Fencing Made to Order
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