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Uf.lL AND GENERAL NEWS
Utilized Account of Doings in City and
OKEGOX AV. C. T. U.
Proceedings of the Convention The
ew Olliccs aaicra 10 nave
Eugene City, May 11.
En. Joi'HXAL. Continuing the
report of a day or two since: On
Wednesday night, Rev. Dr. Kum
mer, of the Taylor street M. E.
church of Portland, gave a line
lecture before the convention, which
va3 enthusiastically received. On
the reading of the minutes Thurs
day morning, was able to get the
names or commmra.
On revising constitution
h-s. Mrs. Edwards, Mrs,
Browii md Mrs. Hoxter.
On resolutions, Mrs. T. J. "Wilson
f Wnlsev. Mrs. E. J. Ross of East
Portland, I. H. Additon of Corval
On llnanee. Mrs. E. Hoxter of
Forest Grove, Mrs. J. Hanna of Eu
gene, Mrs. E. Dalgleish of East
On courtesy, Miss Hattie Bush
nell, and. Miss Helen Osborne.
Panes. Miss Jennie Minthorn of
Xewburg "Ys," Miss Hale of Al
Committee on plan of work, Mrs.
Townsend of third district, Mrs.
Ross of first district, Mrs. Driggs of
The report of the committees and
superintendents of departments, as
given on the program of the con
vention, were given at different
times, changes being made on ac
count of the absence of some who
were expected to arrive later.
On Friday morning, the election
of officers took place,and Mrs. A. R.
Riggs was elected president without
Mrs. Henrietta Brown of Albany,
corresponding secretary, R. M.
Robb of East Portland, recording
Kecretury,aud Miss Elizabeth Irvine,
The superintendents of depart
meuts were nominated by a com
mittee. Mrs. Townsend of Albany,
Mrs. Newton of Newburg and Mrs.
Lou Hatch of Salem. But few
changes were made in Superintend
ents of last year. The new Superin
tendents are: Evangelistic work,
Eastern Oregon, Mrs. Smith
French of The Dalles; "WesternJ
Oregon, Mrs. T. J. Wilson of Hal-
sey; Sibbath school work, Mrs. Nora
Willi'ims of Corvallis; conference
with intluential bodies, Mrs. R. S.
Wallace of Salem; legislation and
petitions, Mrs. Inez E. Parker ot
Astoria; narcotics, Mrs. Nellie Ross
of Astoria; lecture bureau, Mrs.
Belle W. Cooke of Salem; Sabbath
desecration, Mrs. W. IN. Laduo of
Salem; unfermented wine, Mrs. R.
T. Rankin of Portland; young
woman's work, Miss EmmaC. War
ren of Astoria; tlowcr mission, Miss
Hattie Bushnell of Eugenejjuvenile
work, Mrs. L. R. Thomas of Cove,
Union Co.; colleges and schools,
Mrs. C. J. Condon of Eugene City;
white cross, Mrs. Julia Lee Snyder
UcMiimvillc; peace department,
Mrs Anna E. Bell of Newburg.
The report of the district presidents
on Friday afternoon were excellent
and encoiimgiivp. The noxt con
vention will bo held in Salem, In
Tlu thanks of the convoution
were extended to all persons who
had enterenfned us, the transporta
tion Cj's., singers, ministers and all
who had helped us in tho arduous
duties of the year.
MltS. BELIiK AV. Cooiih.
lie Uh1 up tlic Time.
IVacon Bonney of Log City was
very pious man, but a good deal of
Politician. Ho was also a vory
practical man. He novor liked to
toe any time wasted in fho prayer
"u- night, in tho prayor mooting,
heii the experiences had all Ixmhi
'ld, and tho exhortations Hugged,
ud the prayers grow feeble, brother
Koinn-y tirade and Mfiomuly re-iwrki-d:
"My brethren, as tho regular
it-r.ihes to-night geont to halt a
link-, I will improvo tho timo by
toakiiiK h few oifeiervatlonB on the
tariff.- EU Perkins.
rr HMwIraf to rB4r.
Table cutlery, crockery, dishee,
fUw.wjre, trUvwrware, lamiM in Large
fitment, JN frocks, etc., etc.,
J1 m Iwdruck pricw, Ht S. I'arrar &
Gov. Moody is in the city.
It will pay you to cull and see
Cattorllu & Hicks' new pictures.
Fresh strawberries at A. Strong &
Thirty bread tickets for one dol
lar at A. Strong & Co's.
Painless dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, 92 State street.
Remember ladies, anil have your
spring dresses made at Mrs. A. H.
Miss Mae Carpenter is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Geo. A. Brodie, in Port
land. Go to E. L. L. Johnson's for gen
uine bargains in fancy and staple
New hats, a large and fine assort
ment, just received at Mrs. A. H.
Farrar's. Will be sold very low.
Pompons banner rods etc. at
Bridges & Bozorth's new store
Rev. P. S. Knight will preach in
the Congregational church, to-mor
row morning and evening.
Parasols, handkerchiefs, collars,
cuffs, hosiery, corsets, and under
wear at prices that will astonish the
natives at E. L. L. Johnson's.
Prof. M. G. Lane delivered the
address at the planting of the class
tree of the class of '88 at the State
Normal school at Monmouth to-day.
Catterlin & Hicks' crayons and
pastels are the finest made on the
coast. They can also beat the beater
on baby pictures.
Rev. P. S. Knight will occupy the
pulpit of tho Congregational church
both morning and evening to-morrow.
Charles Lebrun declared it to be
his intention to renounce allegiance
to the British government to-day,
and to become an American citizen.
Joseph L. Smith and Ettle Park
er, and J. R. C. Thompson and
Elma M. Longsworth were granted
licenses to wed to-day.
One of Capt. Jim Smith's boys fell
into the river yesterday evening,
near tho log boom, but was "pulled
out" by a young student of the
university named Hester.
Mrs. J. E. Sorbin, of Gateville, on
the line of tho Oregon Pacific, died
from the effects of an over dose of
morphine on Tuesday night. Sor
bin is a saloon keeper.
Rev. E. J. Thompson, of Corvallis,
and wife, have gone to Philadel
phia, Pa., to attend the centennial
session of the general association of
the Presbyterian church, which
convenes on May 22d.
The East Oregonian says sheep
shearing is in full progress. The
wool is becoming dirty, and the
range scant. Wool growers are
anxious to move their Hocks to the
Keller & Sons, "the reliablo gro
cers," have presented this office with
a can of lemon sugar. With the
infusion of water an excellent lem
onade is obtained, which renders
this preparation valuable for picnics
and other holiday occasions.
Tho Oregon Land Company de
sire to have every citizen of Salem
send one or more of their pamphlets
descriptive of this city to a friend in
the east. Call and get tho pamphlets
at their office. A one cent stamp
pays the postage.
The citizens meeting to bo held
to-night in response to the call of
Mayor Murphy, should be generally
attended by the citizens of Salem,
and especially by those who may
feel an interest in Salem's depot
George Swegle, of Dayton, W. T.,
an old subscriber to this paper, is in
town on tho painful errand of bury
ing tho remains of his fatlior in the
Salem cemetery. Mr. Swegle is a
former resident of this city, but is
now ustockralspf in our neighboring
territory where ho Is doing a suc
Mrs. E. Hamilton, of Clymor, was
in town this morning. She reports
tho dispatch of her petition to the
nost office department, signed with
throe hundred noma, tuklnir a dully !
mail service between Salem and tho
place above named. "We hope her
petition will Imj granted.
Mr. Jno. M. Wallace, and Miss
B. U. Wallace, brother and slstor of
our fellow townsman, It. S. Wallace,
arrlvod froifi the east on Thursday
and are visiting with tho latter at
his summor residence In Polk coun
ty. Mr. Wallace is President of the
Piret National Hank, of Greeley,
Cal. He is just now in poor health,
not having yet recovered from a
severe spell of giekue. Mi Wal
i lace ia principal of the teininary for
I the education of young ladteu (color
ed), in Knoxville Teiin., having de
voted her life to thin great work.
The Joikxal tnuttM tlu-ir viait w ill
be a pleaitaut one.
J. E. Bartel will spend Sunday
visiting at Perrydale, Polk county.
Roswell Conner, A. W. Hughes
and others are visiting their homos
in Polk county.
Prof. J. T. Matthews, principal of
the Sellwood public school, came
up last evening and is visiting
among the boys to-day.
J. F. Peebles a prosperous farmer
of Umatilla county, came down
down yesterday to visit his son
Clarence who is attending the Uni
versity. They both went to Albany
MissFrankle Jones was. at chapel
Monday. Dr. Donne conducted
W. M. Allen received a telegram
last evening summoning him to
Seattle and he left on tins morn
Jas. Van Winkle went to Silver
ton this morning to spend Sunday
with friends and relatives.
All preparations for commence
ment are progressing nicely, all tho
orations and essays have been
handed In, and those chosen that
will be delivered.
The classes .now only recite in the
forenoon which gives tho students
plenty of time to get their lessons
and some time to enjoy these warm
Prof. John M. Peebles, recently
wrote from Paisley, Lake county,
that his school was progressing, and
that he was busily engaged in the
present campaign. Prof. Peebles
aspires to the office of county super
intendent of his county. Willam
ette old boys are usually successful,
we wish him prosperity,
Since the reduction of our weekly
subscription price, our mail clerk
has set two pencils on fire in his
vain endeavor to enter tho names as
rapidly as they were handed in. The
farmers all say they can pay one
dollar and not feel It. Besides they
like a paper that is willing to volun
tarily make Its price correspond with
the price of wheat. In fact, they
like the Journal, and say they
will make It flourish like a "Green
Change in Postmasters.
The democracy has captured
another important position In
Marlon county. This Is the Silver
ton postoffice. Tho Salem postofllce
still remains in the republican camp,
but for how long, deponent sayeth
not. Not loner siucci J. H. Mascher.
a prohi-republlcan,reslgned the post
mastership at Sllverton, on dispos
ing of his Interests in tho storo of
Riches and Mascher tooneDeGuire,
and recommended the appointment
of Tom Riches, a republican, and
his former partner, as -his successor.
Riches was also endorsed by over
125 citizens and patrons of the Sll
verton office, members of all parties.
Papers had been forwarded from tho
department at Washington to
Riches, hud been properly executed
by him, and returned, and he was
looking for his commission to arrive
at any day; but what was his con
sternation, and that of his friends in
Sllverton, on learning yesterday
that O rover had appointed one
Mosicr, a druggist and democrat, to
the place. No one in Sllverton had
any idea that Mosicr wanted the
office, so the latter put in his quiet
and best licks in a manner that
proved valuable. There Is lots of
kicking in Sllverton, but it is quiet
ly hinted that a promlnunt business
man who combines banking and
democratic politios in this city,
knows just how It was done. 'Twas
The Kola Fracas.
About noon yontorduy O. v.
Bourddluy and Tom l'orrynmn met
at Eolu. There would ho nothing
peculiar in thiH, wore it not that
their meeting proved to bo a vory
unfriendly allhir. Words passed
botweon thorn, and then blows
began to fall. A Dutchman inter
fered on behalf of Jloardsloy, and he
was at once used up by eonio of
I'wryiiian'a friends. Tho tight was
at last stopped by disinterested
parties, but not until after Uuordsloy
hat) biiilered a frauture of three ribs.
Tli SllvfrUa Bttwilon. i
Laat night, the old council of Sll
verton met, and swore in the new '
council, and olty olllcere or mthor
swore in the ontlro cltizena' ticket, i
Several of tho parties who wore can-1
didate on the prohibition ticket
were present, but no oouteat wan
made. It la KupjMMed that tiiia Net
tle tlte matter, but the prohibition
lata may yet take the matter to the j
courts to teat the validity of the law '
which rwjulrM all halloU to be on
paper prem-ribed by ihettccretary of
VV, M. SARGEANT
Keeps h flue stock of
Wall Paper, Borders anil Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Chests, Velocipedes, Bicycles,
lUSKKTS. ami all klmls of KKUIES.
Mouldings and Frames Made lo Order.
Tlsuo paper, leines nml centers. Don't
foreot the nrtUt material, kucIi ns Tube.
i-iuiiiN mini Kinusjsruviiesotiuisizo, niut
Wonders. Also the
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
Jlnts for frames ot nil lrw. In fact every
thing else, that can be thought of.
Come and See for Yourselves I
Democratic Slate Ticket.
For Presidential Hlecton),
W. 1'. KKKIXOHH,
AV. U. niLYKU,
K. H. SKIl'WOllTH.
JOHN M. GKAUIX.
For Supremo Judge,
FoiI'rosecutlng Attorney 8d District,
o. w. iiEivr.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
W. H. DOWNINO,
T. L. DAVIDSON,
W. F. DUGAN.
W. I. RAY.
C. D. COLKMAN,
G. Q. VAN WAGNER.
-V. MATHIEU, I HARDING.
JOSEPH A. SELIiWOOD.
J. A. KOTAN.
Oregon Hallway and Navigation
"Columbia River Route."
Trains for tho east leavo Portland at 10: 4o
n in and 2 p m dally. Tickets to and from
principal points In the United States, Can
ada and Kiiropc.
ELEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS.
Emigrant Sleeping Cars run through on
express trains to
Free of Charge ami Without Change.
CloMJConiicotlonsatPortland forSan Fran
cisco and Paget Hound points.
For furthor particulars Inqulro of I. A.
.Manning, agent of the company, Capital
Journal olllce, Court street, Salem, Ogn.,
or A. L. Maxwult, G. P. A T. A., Portland,
A. L. MAXWELL, O. P. T. A.
W. H. H0LC0MB, Genl. Manager.
The candidates on tho Marlon county
republican ticket will nddresstho publloon
the political Imuoh of tho day at tho follow
ing times and placos, and respectfully In
vite opposing candidate to jHirtlclpato In
.Marlon, Monday, May 21, 10 o'clock,
.lellVrson, Monday, May 21, at 'i o'cl
Turner. '1 untdav. Mav il. lilo'clook,
Aiiiiisvllle, Tuesday, JIuy 22, 2 o'clock,
stay ton, Tuesday, ."lay 22, K o'clock.
.Meiiania, wnniMimj',."" ". ' " chick.
Whlteakcr, Thursday, May 21, 10 o'clock.
Howell Prulrle, Thursday, .May 21, k
Sllverton, Friday May !K, 1 o'clock.
Mt. Angel, (Saturday, Muy 2, 10 o'clock.
WiMMlburii, Monday, May 'M. 2 o'clock.
iliililmnl.TiioHlny, May 2H, 10 o'clock.
Aurora, Tuewlay, Muy at) 8 o'clock.
lluttevile,ViHliiwMliy, May S0.1Q o'clock.
I'hampoaK, Wwlnaly, May 80,8 o'olook.
hi. Paul, ThunMlHy, ny 80. 2 o'clock.
llroolu, Friday, J mm 1, 2 o clock.
nervals, KtMuroay, June 2,2 o'clock.
H1oiii, Saturday, June'i, 8 o'clock.
Olio. II. NUltNKTT,
Chairman ltepulillatn Co. Cwutral Com.
Two bay lUAjw, on i year and the oili
er fi y cum out Itlilit vlMiulilar of one brand
ed , and left wffli a .1 with a P iiwd bjr
alliu-nliN( Hie curve to th lll'of the ,1 .
Heiurn fbm, or tend Information to A.
MroiiK, SaJatn Oregon.
Tin lirU of trnstcm of the Oregon Htata
I iim in-Asylum hereby luvlle Malwl iro
isniu for rurnlsiiluK at the Anylnm nan
isiiinds, inoreor Lnu, of butler of lMMtqual
Ii, u 1m- furiilslfftl in such tjuantttUaiaAd
hi -n-i time ua rtulrwl, fur torn your.
Ihwrd reMNrvw tlw rteht to reject any and
Wit will be opened ut 2 o'clock p. in., on
Tm 1y, May , UMM.
Kll. W. M IIUIUK,
1. W. WEHH.
Bnurd of Trut-.
m. . Ml xi.t.i'lerk ol Ifcuird. n 4
f mm w cm wra?
YOU USK GITjLOIT'S -KV1-S0S, OR SPKN'CEKIAN, OU A AITi
KOAD STJ3KL PEN WHICH COSTS YOU
One Cent Each!
You Use a New One Every Two Days.
YOU CAN BUY A
FOR $1.25, WHICH IS "WARRANTED FOR TEN YEARS. CAN
YOU NOT SEE THE ECONOMY IN RUYING
GOLD IN PLACE OF STEEL?
T. McF. PATTON, Sole Agent.
, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF
Sunday School and Day School Reward Cards!
ALSO, SEVERAL THOUSAND
NOTICE THE DISPLAY
98, STATE ST.
Set Dickens, 15 Volumes, half Russia,
Set Lylloo, 26 " Cloth, Gilt (op,
Set Thackeray, II " Half Morocco,
Set Wavcrly, 12 " Half uluo Calf,
Set I P. Roc, 15 " Cloth,
Set CanUI. Rcid, 10 Vols. Cloth,
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
J. BENSON STARR'S.
118, State Street,
mil iiMMBMi aoen :
Fine new Stock
Carpels, Similes, I'orlicrs,
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Clothing ami Hats.
Largest Slock mill Lowest Prices !
ASrCiill and ho convliieoil.
J. M. Rosenberg & Co.,
WTiite -: Corner.
The SianiliU'il Comliiiiiitioii Fence!
No. 2G0 Cominwcial St.
All Styles of Fencing Mailc to Onlor
ON SHORT NOTIOIS.
II. DIAMOND, VntM.
Ohm- HU, tui. Vmrer w State.
Siiavixu, itAiK utrrruru awd
MlHiiaaotiiK neatly Aon.
rIAVI OttllKHH AT LAMOHV IAV
I j mr Htabto, eurnu ot AM ! from
wSwifcoron Utt sonar Mi mm Oom
tSSSa M0 rawiSr scMntlun m4
for Scrap Albums!
IN SHOW AV1NDOW.
- SA.LK1VT, OR.
Usual Price $32.50, Our Price 20.00,
" " 32.50, " 23.5
" " 22.50, " 15.00,
" " 32.50, " 17.5
" " 22.50, " IS.00,
" " 15.00, " 10.00.
in tiit:vniiuiuittu vniiuj;ii;tiio:
DAILY AND WHBKLY.
Jn tiutom wlm.wlxli in renuli out for Mini m
cure lli;iiiagnlMentoiintry trtl
ikllOHlll HlUttrtiM In till)
Catdios k Farmers!
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