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A PREACHER OX THE STUMP.
. -...mi ProhibitionHo Affords
Kf'm. .. .r f.,n fnr tllO 1)0V8.
I0IS ui i"
... i i j.
Son Friday, and in the even-
.: .i tn-n linurs' soeeuu
ft use. His audienee
jAhlrds filled thohoU, it
id to be composed mainly of
tfmea l" . . . H, pntirc
bUKUis.Av.." - ;--,,
Iii with commuii"""1" ....v ,
j nn several uuiw""" -
$?::ua ... out of place leaving
iniT to mix in the strifes of
ani Reused himself by
' dnz that this was i"
Sew ho was not a politician and
Sad never madea poUtical speech.
l. .imnrtnt the business ho
Quitted himself with admirable
""vLt. nfter the prohto with
JSw and innuendo, told funny
Lea which "brought down the
Jle "and used all the arts that
,the resort of the unregenerate.
Whatever his success as a Methodist
Dreacher.ontue stump uuiaiwj
St home. He avowed himself a
practical prohibitionist of many
Lrs' standing, and an advocate of
moral reform. But he had no sym
.11... tv thp third nartv movement,
jnd those prominently concerned In
it moved his intense disgust. It had
been shown in all history from the
time of Cheops, that moral reform
ical methods. The third party lea d
,i,n.irnnGinto politics, and tho
speaker grouped a number of state
meats to prove that their aims were
selfish and mercenary. He asked
why St. John was not here to work
for tho adoption of the amend
ment. This has been ex
w.,mi n. number of times to tho
vindication of the ex-Governor; but
Mr. Driver chose to charge it to that
gentleman's cupidity. ""
looking for a coon with $50,000 at
tached to his tail, and such a richly
freighted animal he could not dis
cern in Oregou. ,
He indulged in a long string of
gossip aboul Prof. G. M. Miller, and
threatened some damaging reve
lations. Tho expose was not maue
however, so Ave will generously pre
sume that sweet charity prevailed.
Mr. Driver was convinced ot tno
fact that the third party was an
... ii. Jnn,nnmnv nnrl With
this key to its policy, ho interpreted
every action that had come to light.
A )arce part of the audience seemed
to fall in with this view, and when
he narrated the doings of the prom
leaders and illustrated them with
his lwlitlcal exegesis, manymlrtn
provoking situations were produced,
and the preacher and his audience
nau an exeeeuuiyij n"" - -This
freo entertainment was kept
up for two hours.
Dr. Colvlg'g Luck.
Nearly every old timer in this
stntP. nnd esneclallv Southern Ore-
.-.F x- - - v
gou, knows old Dr. Uoivig oi iwu.
Point, Jackson county, and all who
know him will rejoice with the old
gentleman in his recent good luck.
Dr. Colvig was a son of Jacob L.
Colvig, who was a student in the
Eoyal Academy of Arts In Paris,
ami wlin wns nresscd Into the gov
ernment service as a soldier, serving
under Napoleon I., during his Rus
sian and German campaigns. He
crossed tho Alps with Napoleon and
was one of those who received the
cross of tho Legion of Honor.
Colvic camo to America after his
term of sen-lee, where he reared a
family of six children. Jo uicu
some years ago. Tho family genera
ted, five of them residing at present
in tho states of Illinois and Ohio,
and tho other member of tho fam
ily, Dr. Colvig, in Jackson county,
Oretron. Jacob Colvig had a brother
ivi,r. oicr. cnttinri in this country, re
siding in Pennsylvania. After tho
departure of tho two brothors to the
United States their father accumula
ted a fortuno tothoamount ot3,wo-
died. auu tno
Fruit ice cream, at Strong & Co.'s.
Gov. Chadwickwentto Portland
Louis Kuhn went to Portland on
this morning's train.
Call on Winters & Thomas for the
best groceries in town.
Co. C, 2nd regiment, gives an ex
cursion to Portland on the 9th.
firenm soda. Ico cream soda, milk
skakes, lemonades, at Strong& Co.'s.
Attention Is called to Wm. Reu
nle's parcel and express delivery
ad. in another column.
Tho election of a new assignee in
tho Mayer assignment was post
poned until next Tuesday.
R. Rooter arrived from Grass Val
ley yesterday with about 75 head of
horses and cayuses for sale.
All the candidates will speak at
tho onera house to-night. Their last
chance before tho election.
Miss Nellie Gist, of Portland, is
visiting her grand parents, P. H.
Hatch and wife, at 45G Front street.
John Heinz, a German, and
David Brodie, an Englishman, de
clared their intention of becoming
Mrs. Hoair. of Portland, is a cuest
of Mrs. A. B. Gosper and family on
Water and Marion streets, .tier son
Chester is with her.
Silas Jones has resigned his
position in John G. Wright's gro
cery and will attend commercial
college at Portland. George Shirley
is in his stead.
Tho regular meeting of the Salem
Pastors' Union will bo held at the
Congregational church Monday,
Juno 4th. 1888. at 0:30 a. m.
A. R. MEDBUBY, SECY.
Capt. Chas. F. Powell, engineer
corps, U. S. A., formerly stationed
nt Pnrtlnnd. renorted for duty at St.
Louis on Sunday, and was made
secretary of tho Mississippi river
Mrs. I. W. Gardiner of Oakland,
Pni.. nml child, are visiting Mrs.
OnrHiniir's mother. Mrs. I. N. Gil
bert in this city, having arrived hero
this morning. Miss MeeK oi u.ik
land accompanies Mrs. Gardiner.
At tho Christian church, Sunday
evening, Children's Day will be
onrvwl with a concert Riven w
the Sunday school for tho benefit of
Foreign Missions. You are invited
to bo present and aid in this good
To-morrow is Children's Day at
t.i,n Pninrrficrational church. In the
morning, the exercises will consist
of songs, bible readings, recitations,
etc. In the evening, a good song
service will be given. All are cor
Geo. Watt and wife, of Washing
ton, D. C, are expected to arrive to
mnrrmv. fieorero is a Salem boy,
and since leaving tho last time, has
made quite a tour of Canada, auu
Europe. His friends will bo glad to
welcome him and his wife.
Last Monday evening, Lieut. W.
N. Ladue, r. q. m., 2nd regiment
went to Eugene and presided at uu
During May 18SS there were 5
days during which rain fell, and an
aggregate of 1 in. of water. There
were 19 clear, 7 fair, and 5 cloudy
days. Tho higher temperature for
the month was 85 on the 2Sth. The
lowest temperature 45 on tho 1st.
Mean temperature for tho mouui
59.09'. Tho monthly ranpo of tem
perature was 40. Greatest dally
24 on the 14th. Least, 7 on the
Tho averaec temperature for May,
for 18 years, is 54.17, and tho mean
for May 1888 Is above tho average
Tho mean precipitation lor tne
same time, is 1.34 in., and that for
May 188S, is below the normal by
There was distant lightning in the
evening in the south, on the 27th
The prevailing winds for tho
month wero from tho N. during 23
days ; south, 8 days.
During May '87, there were 10 days
during which rain fell, and 3.37 in.
of water. There were 10 clear, 8
fair, and 13 cloudy days. Highest
temperature for tho month, 90 on
tho 29th. Lowest, 32 on the 7th.
EoijA, June 1, 1888.
Rcltly 4 Wood'siblg Stow.
Politics bus oceuniod tho lionrils
at Reed's opera house for some time,
uui noinmg in tne way ot a theatri
cal performance has appeared in
Salem for sjino time. Tho long in
terval of quiet is to be broken on the
0th lust., however, bv the first and
only appearance of Reilly & Wood's
big snow, urussband and orchestra.
The company consists of over twenty
perrormers, who are said to be tho
best specialty performers ever seen
on this coast. They arc coming up
overland from California, and tho
press of that state speaks very highly
i V II Oil
Presbyterian Church. Rev.
H. A. Newell, pastor. Preach
ing at 10:30 A. si. and 7:30
p. si. Society of Christian
Endeavor at 0:30 i M. .Sab
bath school at 12 m. : 11. S. Wallace,
sunt.. Prnver meetinc on Thursday
evening at 7:30 i. Jr. Welcome to
all, at all tno services.
Rev. J. W. Harris, pastor. Corner
of Liberty aud Center streets. Ser
vices at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 r. M.
KimrUv rcIiooI at 12 M. Young
people's meeting at G:30 i M. Ail
aro coruiany mvuuu.
M. E. Church. Services win oo
held in tho M. E. church to-morrow
as follews: Morning, at 10:30;
Evening at 7:30, Sunday
school at 12 m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 0:30. All are
invited. eeais ireu. xw. "
Baptist Church. Corner of
Liberty and Marlon streets. Rev.
A. R. Medbury, pastor. Sunday
school at noon. Young people's
meeting at 6:30 P. M. Tiiero win
! i ntlinr oorvlp(a lit, this elllirch
to-morrow, the pastor uavmg gone
to Eugcno City to assist in tho ded
ication ot tno new uupusb enmuu
Christian Church. Elder P.
R. Burnett, pastor. Preaching at
intfn n. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 12 m. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH. KCV. J.
M. Dick, pastor. Preaching on Sun-
,lmr nf tllA llalllll llflUr. 1UUU A. HI
Miss 1! rown's Eotertalnuicnt.
There was a very good attendauco
at the elocutionary entertainment of
Miss Nettie Louise .Brown at tlio
university last night, and the
entertainment was very excellent in
every particular. Each person who
took part iu tho entertainment de
serves great credit. The character
of each performance was of a very
high order, and rellects great credit
on tho able tutorship of Miss Brown.
Several of thoso who took part de
servo special mention, but lack of
space prevents our particularizing.
A Philadelphia dispatch, da
ted yesterday, says: "At midnight
over 4000 saloons wero closed up for
good iu this city under the provis
ions of the new law. To-day in
stead of over 6000 saloons there will
bo 1340." Walter Thomas Mills,
"tho little ciant." says tho fewer sa
loons In a city tho greater amount of
whisky sold. Ho can tell tins to
the marines, men with farm horso
senso know better. Wo feel exuber
ant and hopeful over this high li
cense restriction. It is tlio entering
wedge (tho thin side of tho wedge)
to ultimate prohibition.!
YOU USE GILLOTT'S 404-803, OR SPENCERLVN, OR A RAIL
ROAD STEEL PEN WHICH COSTS YOU
One Cent Each!
You Use a New One Every Two Days.
YOU CAN BUY A
Mai Todd Diamond Pointed Gold Pen
FOR $1.25, WHICH IS WARRANTED FOR TEN YEARS.
YOU NOT SEE THE EL'UiN UM V UN uuinw
GOLD IN PLACE OF STEEL?
T. McF. PATTON, Sole Agent.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF
School and Day School Howard Cards
TiiEiin is no law to prevent a
prohl casting a republican ballot on
Monday. Ho will bo received into
the brotherhood with open arms,
tho fatted calf will be killed on his
return and all his waywardness will
be forgiven. "None aro so vile,"
Despise not tho day of small
Milium. Everv one counts one, and
not a republican voto should bo lost
ALSO, SEVERAL THOUSAND
Embossed Pictures for Scrap Albums?
NOTICE THE DISPLAY IN SHOW WINDOW.
98, STATE ST.
m mn t
LUil AIJIMUUHU UU.
and 7:30 v. sr.
Sunday school at 12
election in Co. C, 2nd regiment, to
000. Ho has since
Pennsylvania branch of the family-
T- i. i.i. )u f.imilv. has re-
celvedito share of the fortuno, and Landing at 12:40
l.l..,. .a a -. Oa1K 11
a vigorous attempt is now uiub
made by tho heirs of Jacob to secure
the amount duo thorn.
Dr. Colvig has several sons,
and his share of tho property will be
$400,000. Ouo of his sons, Geo.
W., ianowongaged on tho Plain
dealer at Roseburg, and sorved two
terms as state sonatcr from Douglas
county; another, Wm. M., prose
cuting attorney of the first dlstxiot,
and a third, MarcrfluB, to operator
for the Pacific Postal Tel. Co. at
1111 tho vacant second lieutenantcy,
recently held by C. J. Howard.
Sergeant Geo. Swift was eiectcu.
Mrs. C. S. Woodworth ana miss
t ini.. Annlncrnto have returned
from their voyage to China and
Japan. They sailed on tno oarn
Coloma last autumn, and that good
shin arrived back at Astoria at a p.
m. on Thursday, iura. ""
worth's and Miss Applcgato's many
friends will bo glad to hear of their
Tho art of photography has more
than kept paco with other inven
!!., f,iprii davs. A few years
ago, people wero Battened withol-
most any klnu oi a uuuu, uu .
day has past. Artists like our fel
low townsman i;uernugio,
.invntad tho business to that paint
whero perfection has been reached.
It is a pleasure to walk througlihte
gallery and exapiinethonno pictures
he has taKen.
. timn tnblo went into ellect
on the narrow gauge railroad Wed-
i.. Trnlns now leave Portland
IlBBUujr. - ,
at 10:30 a m. eacu uay mm m.
Ray's Landing at 1 p. m., where
the .steamer can be taken for Salem.
,-i i tlio train leaves Ray's
XlllUllli"! , .
aim arrivuo v
Portland at Sri5 p. m. The o.it.ro
nm from Coburg, Lane comity, to
Portland Is made between 6:20 a. in.
.! .K 111. T 10 uisumw -
mllee." Commutation tickets
thlHoadaro Scents per mile.
Ellas Elicrbard Assigns.
There have been more failures in
this county within tho past few
months than is usual. Tho last as
signment comes from Ellas Eber
hard, merchant at Champoeg, who
makes assignment to I. It. Dawson
for Mm benefit of his creditors. His
liabilities' amouut to $15,054.00, as
follews: I. It. Dawson, $4,200 ; P. F.
Mills Co,, 2880 ; Klosterman & Co.,
$600 ; Wadhams & Elliot, $200 ;C.
H. Dodd, $150 ; Flelschncr Mayer
& Co. $290 ; Goldsmith & Loewen
berir. $33 : Snell. Heitshu & Wood-
' Ann A
ard, $77 ; NeustaUter iiros., aa ; v.
Klosterman, $3150 ; all ot rortiaim.
Elizabeth Eberhard, $1000 ; H. L.
Eberhard, $450 ; J. G. Eberhard,
$200 ; Sarah J. Eberhard, $1000 ; C.
Hogan, $22.50 ; S. L. Jones, $00 ; M.
Democratic State Ticket.
.For Presidential Elector,;
AV. V. EFFINar.lt,
W. 11. llIIA'EU,
.E. II. SKIl'WOHTII.
JOHN jr. (1EA1UN.
For Supremo Jmlgo,
For P osccutlnn Attorney 3d District,
a. vr. iJEir.
Know AH hv Nipsenrcsents: That tho Capitol Adventure Co. neither
" " ." .i T n f .li failures, and to do tills It will do necessary
O. C. Murphy, -$100; John Ken
ned v. $70. all of Champoeg ; and
HiiAV. Mfc. Co. of Chicago $500.
His assets aro $17,094, as follews:
Stock $4,000; book accounts $7,050;
land $500; real estate at Portland $2,
000; dwelling, storo-liousc, ware
house, dock, $1750; horses, wagon
on.i l.nniosa. $150: interest in Wes-
MMU .- 1 v i
ton estate. $500; 700 cords ol woou,
$1,000; notes, $144.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
W. II. DOWNING,
T. L. DAVIDSON,
W. F. DUQAN.
V. I. KAY.
C. D. COLEMAN,
a. a. VAN WAQNEU.
F. X. MATHIEU, L. 1IAKDINQ.
- JOSEPH A. BELTWOOD.
J. A. nOTAN.
with plenty of the commod ilty commonly jS'oS,
can boast tho people of this country arewe h. . , .
to irot It. wo will irom now umu my "irv." ,.T"
KrJn&ttft hero tor tho last
SSnki? vSlfii A.W CIgai,, fel Kvo Noltonj nt a
S! SS.r Ule price oFsomo of oHs t.il August 1st,
' . . Irwl
' ..,.. . .
A good Hemmed jianaKcrciuui iu. .
A silver! gold or steel thlmblo, 1 ot. .each.
A splofciarli'H, Coafn or Kerr's Thread,
A 81k2)1booCi1 Hewing Silk, best brond nnd
nssorlccl colors, for o.
2 spools Hllk Ilutton llolo Twist for .Ic
I feiliJerT $ti Crd Hoard,
looooodoKlilo'jet nml McUil I Huttoiw,
wuriu w v, t w """: :- i ;. .. i
nnd 5 c. n yd. Otber IXlgings aim
1000 lino Ostrich Plumes lor nu o ihicu
worthSI. , . .,
Ijirgo slock of (lowers, price- no object.
I julW Clicmlso IB o. each, worth 60 c.
Alia all our stock of Jjullos' WWto Good
60,000 jlaiWllat FrnmoH 10 c. each, wortU
m o. to 81 each.
12 Fish Hooks and I Mno for.lc.
flood Scrubbing llrusluw r o. each,
flood Whllo WiihIi llriiB hh lOcwioli.
Host Patent Clothos Pins B c. pur aoz.,
flood Fly HcK.ks. i c. each,
m ii,.,ihw iii(rl'ai)or.2c. Per OUlre.
10 lb iAjttor Paper, r. c. per 'lulro.
COO imJcs hubin 'Toilet' HV. o. i-or bor
er . 'ic stvur wui-i.; voui fir
"" 7. w .."...I rlltni lf.l.lllL.H Illlll w IHIAnt J(l ... - -,- --.
nnu a v. n ju. "..... ..-.o., worth 28 p.
Embroidery n proportion. .,,?;", ,..,,! iruon for 20 o. each.
without any oxpeiitlon. . . ... lr0 llcr0 to Htiy nml only do this to innko room
"-" S, FRIEDMAN, Manager.
All kinds of Farm Produce Bought.
111 delivery. Win.IlcnnlobavluirbouKht
llie oxprcHs business or wuncr ""' i"
i'r"par'ato.acUver trunks, valises, pack-
PEP1"?. SI J.7.VnViiS tlml o am KCt in
hts vVnijon to nnypart of the . city. aulckor,
.... mHni nnrl nwitftr. than it can u
done' by any body elfio.
JUD0ES OF ELECTION.
pi. Lot t UrW FrnlU.
Dried nectarinos, nprieots,
noare, blaokbern, flff. -
K ! m.wi in Balam. at S.
Farrar & Go's. Kh fruIU
vetabk0 every inorulng.
The polls will opon at tho usual
ina within the diil'oront precincts
of this county Monday, at 8 o'clock
a. m. and closo at 0 p. in. tenon
ing aro tho judgoa ana oiorKs oi
election in tho four saiom precmuw.
Balom-Judgos, W. J. Herren,
Squlro Farrar and IJ. F. Drakoj
elorks, J. I. Thomjison, It. K.
l?nl,f Rnlmil TllllirOS. JllH. WaltOIl ,
AVuu Waldo and G. P. Lltohllold;
clerks, Geo. Gray and J. T. Gregg.
South Salem Judges, T. L.
tv ,!.. A Oli mart and J.
Jory; olerks, Geo. II. Crolssu "d
w Ti ArmHtrontr.
North Salein-Judjiss, nifMiH
Ityau, Vf. L. "SVade and Alf. fiavsiW
olerks, Geo. liuvvy d Tuo'
FOR COUNTY TREASURER!
G. G. ' Van Wagner,
Set Dickens, 15 Volumes, half Russia, Usual l'rlcc $32.50, Our l'riceO.00.
CR0NISE & WILSON.b Set Capt M. Iteid, 10 Yoli Cloth
(In SW Inmwfm lHOWIms)
wrk. Kalr prti. l'rowi.
Set LyttoD, 20
Set Thackeray, 11
Set Waverly, 12
Set E. I. Hoe, 15
Cloth, Gilt top,
Hair lilue Cair,
Teacher of Music
Fine Line of Papeterie
118 State Street
- :. Salem, Oregon.