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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
SATURDAY, JUNK 2, 1888.
UftOVKR Cl.BVKI.AJCD Prldtlt.
tntm. F. Ravahii .Secretary f Hmt
OHAi). H. Faihcmii.d. Beeretarv nfTrnwan
W.T. Vila Hecretary of I ho Interior
Wx. C. Kxi.iorrrr Secretary rf Wr
w. u. w Hrra jrr.....necreuiry m itni y
1. il. DlCKlJOto." Post Master Oeiieivl
A. JL GAIM.AWD Attorney (ieneral
MoflHMOM It. Waitb Ctilef JlMtkw
Slats of Orrgon.
HiNflKK Hkhmamk Conareiiiftn.
1Y' lurry. I'kknovkk
OmU. W. MritMiDK Kecrelary
fl. W. Wkbm Slate T i
K. II. McKMtor BupU I'hIj. Instruction
Phaxk O. IUki;b. HUtte 1'rlritei
is. TKAHAX )
wm, I', IiKii . J-.Huiiremo JuiIkob
w. w. TiiArRJ
Tlilrd jDdlcUl lllilrlet.
it l'. Ik)i . Jmi''
Gnu. W. IImi.t I'roewtlng Attorney
J. A. Loonkv . V.Htate Senator
J. II. 1)1 MICK ..
A. M. lMruu.nTTB.
W. II. On. vim ..
-C. I'. HlOKM
M. N. Ciiai-man. ...... Clerk.
Ohiimik Mack I)ejnily Clerk.
JUI1JV -"iM-iti ....rMHTIII,
T. 0. 8HAW ,
Omt. 1", Tkhiiki.i,
l)IUir. A. I'MKIILBI ..
rm WHOM IT MAY CONCKILV-NO-1
lice In hereby given that lh under
signed luw been appointed administrator
of tlte estate of II. A. Uesner lute of "I1
county, diaed, Uf the bonomble county
court of the state ofOrciron.lortiic county
of Marion. All iierwMin having (Halm
nttHliMl will estate are hereby required to
DreMiu mem wmi proper vnui-iKn. i ."
unik-rslsned at the offlce of J
Ortwold block, Halein, Oi
undersigned at the om
(Irlawnlri'l Iflock. Hletn. OreKOri
lx monthii from the date of this notice.
Administrator of mid estate.
Halern, Ogn., May 11, 118.
rilHK UNIlKIWIONKD HKIIKIIYOIVKH
notice of his appointment aw assignee
ot nil t he ctlate of A. U) er, of !alem, Ore-
fon.hy xenenil nwilKniiipnt of thU dnte for
he lienerlt of nil liln cr-lllon.
Allcn-lllornofild A. Mnyemre hereby
liotlflcil to riM!nt their clnlm duly verl
rled to me, nt Mnlein, within three month
from thin iIh Ip, mnl nil penonis owing mid
A. Mwyer will ewll and nettle Immedlntely.
Awl)riee of A Mnyer.
Mnto TreHniirer Thlrtj-Thlril Notice
, County J udiie
. ,. ,.Coioiir.
IWTVliriHi.n Hhcep IimiH-clor
Cilr of Halrn.
J. J. Muinrr ......Mnyor
.. ii. ai mil im ward
IM). U'M.I.IAMH lt Ward.,
nw). Uoi.f.iMH 'ind V'rd...
Q.I.A routs 2nd Wnrd...
jAI'.MlNKiilid Wnril .
V. W. Hkinnkii 3rd Wurd
Nkh. Ilimu 4th Wnrd .
flBO. (1. IIIN(1IIAM...
-J, I,, TIIOHIWIN.
MTATBI OP OlIBOO.V.TKBAHtTHKIt'H OFFICE 1
Notice l hereby Riven that there are
fimdMon liHiid to pay the lollowlnir war
rHiitH drawn on theme per cent fund, and
iHtid fund: WnrrantM nmnlierml lUW, 1UI",
II7, 1011, Win, WI7, 012, 7U1, Tf, B ami MS.
hwun of lH7fi. Intcriwt will not he allowed
after the dat of tills notice.
O. W. Wkihi,
VJSfiw Ktnto TreBHUrcr.
ON URfiB BODY Fill WOOD.
M. ... s .ii.aiiTi.,.....
aW.CllUiecim.i..CIilcf KukIihitH. K Ii
I!. 8. uOrtri.
Jar. Walton U, H.ConunlHlonrr.
JortKi'H Al.lucuT-.HIk'iinl HcrvlcoOlMCrvrr
PROHIBITION COUNTY TICKET.
1'rtORO. M. MILIiKR.
T. K OAMI'UHIiL,
Jl. K. IIAMP,
J)H. A. C. ICINNKY.
T W DAVKNl'OKT
II 8 JOHY,
J I) DA1UJY,
J 0 KM5UIIAUT,
W I It AY,
Vlltaili II ItKAI)
W l J0HN80N
W T VAN 8C0Y,
LOU 18 IIAUZKK,
J 1) 1IUHST,
K A I'Oltl),
V II MAlUtltS,
-41 Livo and Let Live Paint Shop,
HUNTLY &. McFERSON,
iKnlsomlnors, Papor Hnngors and
m wUI rwwlw
wtU rwMl MMWJ4 alMMIiUN.
tia)l kti4arKK In tW WW
I txmrt i
IlKKKHY UIVKN YO
HMMH, ItMt llHtlWtl(-
, MhuluitM tKw kwM bt by
owim bv iiu.
F.J.(VumUm.viIm MKUIMIM la b iHMt-
AU MU lilt tlw
WMUw M teMd.
M UM Vttl iu k4.
tj."jiwi mi m y ii. mw
ty" a. iURK
Ioiror tlm boat (iiuillty oflnrRollr wood
In live cord lotM mid over, miwed twice, at
18 KTCordj wiwcd onc-e.ti 11. If you want
the brat nlovo W(Hd, thubcxt furimrouood,
mid llio chcuiHwl wood you ciin burn, Klvo
inn your order. Any order taken now will
held Reed to Hoplembi'r Int. No )tyincnt
dciiuiinlfHl until wood In delivered. Now
la your tlmu toeiiKHKO your wlnter'H mip
lily of wood.
(1KO. I). (lOOI)IIUR
Olllco with (1. W. Joluiiioii.iSViConiiiier-
Ncglleeoce of Health.
Americari women of all claases are, as a
rule, rinfully negligent of some of the duties
which pertain to health, prominent among
which is the one jut referred to exercise in
the open air. The excuse that their many
cares engrow them, ami that tbey, in enme
quence, have but little opportunity for leav
ing their homes, is scarcely sufficient. The
number who actually cannot enjoy each day
an hour's outing must be small, indeed, even
among the class forced to work the hardest
Not only do many women fail in this respect
iu their duty to themselves, but their young
children suffer in consequence of the same
noglect. From one weekM end to another
during the winter not a few of them keep
their little ones in overheated rooms if not
huddled around the kltclien stove and the
riwult is we find them, as spring approaches,
weak, iuny ami ailing. In such families
colds, coughs, sore throats and the like are
Tliere is scarcely a day during the coldest
season wlen even the baby cannot be safely
taken out of doors. Mothers should under
stand that upon the daily enjoyment of fresh
und ojen air depends, in a great degree, tho
hMilth of their little ones, as well as them
selves; it is, in fact, absolutely indispensable
to the well being of nIL It is earnestly hoped
tliat the growing interest in physical culture,
which is tiossessing the young of both sexes,
will extend to tho mothers of that "stay at
home" class, who certainly need its influence
as much as any othor. Boston Herald.
KAltitAlfrt IllAMUIC, BTATK HTUi:KT;i
An VI mU of J'nriiltiiro nindo to order.
A full lino of CiinkcU always on hand.
W. M. SAR6EANT
Keep a rtno Mock of
Wall Paper, llonkrs and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Cliwls, Vflofipcilw, Bicycles,
Colleso Hducatrd Wives,
t'ersonal acquaintance can give but one
answer to tho question whether college Iifo re
places tho domestic disposition in women by
ambition ; and that is, that on tho contrary tho
quiet and earnest pursuits of college develop
to unusual strength in them the tasto and
fitness for homo life and for the occupations
and companionship of a. happy mnrriage;
that any iniluenco toward tho losing of do
mesticity and drying up of unselfish affection
through a student's ambition seems to bo
Infinitesimal, as compared with tho urns in
iluenco through tho ambitions of society and
display, which tho student escapes, iliit this
very disposition toward refined home lifo
and worthy companionship makes them more
fastidious in their choico of a companion,
and would seem by that much to lessen tho
probability of thoir marrying. The ability
to "get along" without marriago, provided
none that is for its own sake dcsirablo offers,
seems, in actual observation, to givo full
ciroct to this fastidiousness.
It seoms evident, too, that many men dread
or disllko tho idea of collcgo women; but wu
doubt if this affects their opportunities of
marriago jierccptlbly, for it regulates Itself
tho inuu wlio seek their society nro tho ones
who do like college women; and in any case,
so for as wo liave been ablo to observe, tho
dislike is far more to collcgo women in
general than to Portia or Aspasla iu par
ticular, and docs not seem to interfere es
pecially with falling In love with her. It
is common enough to see iutolloctual mnn
choosing wives of little mind or knovtledgo;
but it is also common to soo them, when
older, wearying of tho insufllcleut companion
ship, and consciously or unconsciously need
ing tho friendship of intellectual men and
womon outside to supplement it. It seemed,
therefore, n question whether It Is desirable
to society that the grado of marriages should
bo raised, at some cost to their number.
IIASKIXS, nd all Unjt of r'KVMKS.
Mouldings and Frames Made lo Order.
Tlwlio pMjior, leave mid centers. Jkin't
(orKvt the iirtUt iimtcrlul, sueh its TiiIh)
1 Stint of nil kinds, llrimlim of all sires, und
mender. Alwitho tgrf
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
MitU fur fmintwnt nil oUes, In Hut over''
tuluiteltettmleuli be thmijjhl of.
Como and Sco for Yourselves
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Slenm ami lMiunhing Goods,
SALK.M, : : : : OltKGON.
The Standard Combination Fence!
No, 260 Commercial St.
All S()!ts tf M hk U Order
ON SHOUT NOTIC1C
Uud Mrch and OepU,
ctt ytHMr. UUui ouoy
elopeuU of ussful lnftc
Btstlon for all woo pur
eoasa the Itixurl or the
aecMtUM of life. We
ea let& you and fumUa you wtlb
alt the nseessary aad uanxMttry
aptdlaae to ride, walk, danoe, slee,
U fish, hunt, work, co to ohurcb,
or stay at hoots, and la various its,
tylsa and quaaUU, Ju fta-ure oat
bat l rvivurj to Oo all la talnce
Slaking- n Scrwp Fan.
After tho spring house cleaning is over,
and tho freshly cleonetl furnlturo mid orna
ments nro replaced in new and more effecttvo
Dosltloni, it often Impiicns that woEuddenlv
discover, in somo cousjiicuous place, somo de
fect iu tho wall unseen before; iwrhaps a
temw luu broken the plastering where a
brocket had been, or thcro is a gummy spot
whero some autumn loaves had been fastened.
Many devices will occur to tho young house
keeper for covering up such a pot. Ono
way is by making a "croxv fair" for tho pur
pose. Taken largo uowij viper for a founda
tion, and measure, iierluips, a yard ono way,
anil two yards tho other. Of court, n smaller
slso would answer, and might bo prettier,
but it would not lio so imprtslvi Cover this
fouudntlnn with all sorts and shapes of wall
por scraps, leaving n strip eight inches wide
along tho lower jwrt. Pato tho scraps on
neatly, but without any regularity, crniy
quilt fashion, and then cover the eight-inch
trip witli plain turkoy rod or black cambric.
Havu the scraps as varied as iusslllo. One
fan that I have soeu has bits of wall paper
tlilTerent iu color, fnun deep rtxl to dellcato
blue, from dark olivo gnvu to cream color,
and some of them are priggwl with gold or
dotted with silver.
It you waut your fan to bo very strong and
tMiidMimo throughout you mu cover the luck
with thin pink cambric, or a pretty paKr of
quo wlor. After this, fold jt regularly hack
and forth fau fashion, and prvss the folds so
they will ktvp their creaws. Fasten the
folds together at the plain ami with a few
ttitehvs mul a bow, letting the root of the fan
spread opeiu This, put up against a wall, Is
really a pretty deoorntlon that fa, If you
have, lnwi all so swoure line and well con
trtuting tentM of wall vivr. Apart from
its usn In hiding hx,1 wi the wall, w to cover
the uiutahtly ltol In the cltiiuiwv after the
stow has Uv removed for the season, It
may Im a souvenir of r4vuut YlsiU lu the
Ihhis ot oue's trieuds, or of remembered
rtvmn In iiu former home. Youth's Ouin-
Country l'ropl of India.
Om can MMiwly rttaliie, whoa passing
UtroMgU mueh of this txwmtry, that it is
Udckly 4L Onr xvs Wirge artias of cul
Mmtl UihU, Imt ntttar4itly no Ihhwm. Hut
wry so aihl thu, half UklJ among
lives, otie stvs a mutl wall Uni to twelve feet
high ami ivvrtH, say, from a 100 feet to
W or SW tm xuara. ThU mud wall coa
UUM a farut haiuWt or village, bjh1 has
wiUtitt u little hovels and cow yards for a
tvet)-, or more fauulMs. Women
ud rtuldrtMt otttutaHtiy ask for ''hackihkh"
QWVMMUi They do It tt gxx inxluredly,
and vr g angry h we drive them off
with a giwd huiuorv.1 thrutt f rout our canes.
AUnit the lare cities the old ruins rover
wauy mil more or him ertim.,L AWng
the roads In tUwo ehlklrse hy the dosen ran
hyour rarrUjt crying "hackshMV a ail
toe ton mwiw u ywugtrs frosu S or 4
yvr tdd up to IU or More. H)- half aakvd,
Srls with riHC in their ears ami ntwoa, and
tvlt and anklets Jiaetiug. AU hav
IwiuUful Uvth, ami gri and kBaml rt
Omr MoMwrln to auvrv us tby are quite
wirV "" "r m wr iaa uJ ih hot
jut rings and hrvl st the gtrk. I had a
J. D. McCully,
IS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
uLlf I nlliu !
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
249 COMMERCIAL STREET,
A POSITIVE FACT.
The most complete stock of DRY GOODS are to bo found at LTJNN &
The best assortment and most reasonable prices in Parasols and Sun Shades
at LUNN & BROWN'S.
Over one hundred embroidery suits in Batise, Zephyr, Nansook, Swis
etc. all colors, and prices low at LUNN & BROWN'S.
A fine stock of Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings best assortment oi
Gloves in Silk, Lisle and Kid Gloves, at LUNN & BROWN'S.
Carpets, Curtains, Cnrtain Poles, Kngs, Drapery Chains, Stair Cans, etc.,
etc., at LUNN & BROWN'S.
Overland to California
Oregon & California Rail Rj
IflK J1UIAT SHASTA HOlTFi
CAMFOKXIA EXPHE83 TltAly-mJ
South. I "ra
4.-O0 p. m.
(KHU p. m.
I'A&SENGEn TRAIN ( biiT?1
"" " .
S0 n. m.
1.-02 n. m.
12:10 p. ni.
1 'iPS f0'se"'ndlass i
nil through trains frJ
i 4-5 r
PCLL)IA. BUFFET SLEEPERS
The O. & O. Railroad ferry make ,
tw.,,, """" ""'" lO! Bu
West Side Division, Between PorUj
DAILY (EXCEPT BUXDAYl.
U'MINKVILLB EXl'KESS TRAIN"
10 p. m.
8:00 p. m.
Lvl Portland Ar.
Do not forget the place and name 239, Corner State and Commercial St.
LUNN & BROWN.
A GREAT REDUCTION
ii AMAZING DISCOUNT!
At Albany and Corvnllls connect
trains of Oregon Pacific Railroad.
ror mil luiurinuuon regarding rata
ultima, ciu, ui'jjij' iu iuo wimpanys ntrcii
IVSSSPPSii, ? v kogerTI
-iv. axuuaxuuiv. x. r . uuu l-ass. ACTL
Oregon Railway and KavigatiJ
"Columbia River Route."
Trains for the east leavo Portland nt 10:1
u iu iiuu j in uuuy. ncKeis 10 and rron
principal points In the United States. Can
UUlt IIUU IJUltipCi
ELEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS,
r-iinyinui oieepiue uira run;tnrough OB
cAiiretss trains xo
II -1I t 1t J .n.
rree oi tiiarge anu niuiout tiiange.I
Close connections ntPortlnnd forSan Fran
Cisco ana l'uget sound points.
For further particulars lnnulm nr T.
Slunnlng, agent of tho company, Capll
Journal office. Court street, knlpm. riv
or A, L. Maxwell, G. P. & T. A., Portlnndl
A. L. MAXWELL, G. P. AT. a.
H. H0LC0MB, Gcnl. Manager.
Tho Cheapest Newspaper in
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAI
Ana uregon Development company's
DimniBuij iiuc t3 iiiiica Biioner, m nouri
less time thnn bv nnv other mulo viy
class through passenger and freight lino
from Portlnnd nnd nil nninto in th Wil
lamette valley to nnd from San Franclscoil
Willamette River Line of Steamers:
ino "vm. M. Iloag,"tho "N. & Bent-
icy,-- me -inreo slSIen," aro In sen-Ice for
both passemrer and freiirht. frninn hi.r.n
Corvnllls nnd Portland and Intermediate
puuiis, leaving comjwny's whnrr, Corvallis,
and Messrs. Hullmitn & Co's wharf, 200 and
202 Front street, Portlnnd.tureo times each
1 WJl 4,3 iWllUlVOi
LeaveCprvallls, Monday, Wednesday and
fJIciny'J' A M? nwlvo Salem Monday
C"'U;.""" '""Ji" r M; leave eaiem
,y, Thursday nnd aaturday, (i v m;
Iortland, Tuesday, Thurbday and
ny, 3:30 vn.
TOE BEST FAMILY . NEWSPAPER
IN IIMARION COUNTY.
Read Our Reduced Terms!
WEEKLY, ouo ywr, ?1.60. WEEKLY, six months,. -.?0.75.
Now Read Our Discount for Gash !
WEEKLY, one your, $1.00. WEEKLY, six months, fO.50.
WAS TIIKRK EVER ANYniING EQUAL TO IT? NOW ROLL
IN" THE NAMES, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
QNB-'r-HIRl) ORF FOR QASH.
Wednesday nnd Friday .3 p si; leave Salem
lww Portland, Monday, Wednesday
and Irlday, 6 a m; nrrive Salem. Monday.
weunesunv nnd Kriiinv T'ls i r. in....
Salem, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
6 am: nrrive Corvallis. Tue&dav. Thursl
day nnd Saturday, 3:30 1 m.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays):
Leavo Albany 1.-00 PM
Leavo Corvallis -----.. .1:17 pm
Arrive Vaqulna 5.-50PM
Leiwo Ynquina - .630 AM
Leavo Oorvnllla ....... ltv-H a xr
Arrive Albany - 11:15 AM
0. C trains connect :nt Albany and
Tho above trains connect at YAQUINA
with the Oregon Development Ccs Lino
of Steamships between Vaqulna and San
aqutna and San
STEAMERS, FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Willamette Valley, May 31
Willamette Valley.. Juno 11
lrllln..tn. irdll i
Willamette Valley .!".
hub company reserves
the right to
COKFOITIBU. d you can mak a tali "T ." f" WW'T' "
QUIDS, wttisb wlU t Mat upea """ iI "rhfc ot a fuklir fa
rMlpt at 10 MtU Xa pay peUct tHWrrilMi UwrMaiW. ATmj smmmHt
MONTQOMERVVMARn A en. rt Ur mU kw te. ..
XUU4 Mltlw Ataa.Cfei.lil. r " l WUr vt Mm .Crtr I
uarrues hi ksmp JUJl.
Our Old Subscribers
" j"e, ""s'u tuning 01 oueuoiiar BuusoriborB.
IX) ONK AND ALL
thlrtlteaiamUreHotwrejHHi en gut postal uet or otlwr
CAin-uuUHit metlKHl of nmtltUug; fml ug your uuna and ato t S.
THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL QFFHR,
But a toJW, iwmajMHt wdaoOoa. W have come to stay
chango sailing dates without notice.
S. I1assencers front Portland and all
lllamette Valley points can make close
nnqn vith tho trains of tho
-.Sl1 JNA ROUTE nt Albany or Corvollls.
nnd If destined to San Francisco, should
arrange to arrive at Yaqulna tho evening
rssstserr and Prelckt Kites Always tse
ifJJPJv . ?T Information apply to Messrs
"UJ-itAN A Co. Freight and Ticket
onto nn Sla Yont B' rorUanai r
C.C. nOGUE, Ac't GenT Frt. 4
l"ass. Agt, Oregon Pacific R. R. Co.,
a II HASWELL, Jr. GenW'S? r'
imss. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., 301 Montgomery st.;
San Francisco, CaL
Horseshoeing 1 1
All the Improved methods ior shoeing
shaping shoes, to euro diseases of the foot
?J?i, ,ne correction of faulty action, con
trayuon and interfering, used. I guarantee
NttbfceUon In all casea. liefer to any well
known horseman In Oregon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
3M Commercial street, Salem, Or.
Fwly Ymk Die Ckrta of Roit.
uy nktberChlnlquy. Price JO. Send
r order Inmiedlately. reUvred la
P. A. KA10.-KLL,
H, WAH0ND, fnfrittH.
OewSt, becrry aad Stat.
QiLi vise, hair ctrraxa and