ri i , i'" ijr-T' vj'-i rw.-xyf'?. -.' -T-:, ,, ! iimiiiwiwiiiw nHiiiijiiiiwpwwiiiii,uiiM JTiiiuj .,,. v. fl m n ami iiaii ii ii huww!. Wh" .j TIE OAnm JODRM,. TERMS OF HUBSClUPnON. by mall per mom -lf hot pally by mall pr year. Dallr bv mall nermonl 'Weekly by mall per year, Tb- .16 00 . M . 100 aid In advance Kct, facta, Ibe price charred for the Wraxcr JotniXAr. will e turn per year. If papers are not acn verea promptly notlly the office. FRKS DKLIVEHY BV CAllRIEIt. TWII-. fti ntnffln week -.... 15 Ms Dally ferlvro week, Dallr bv month... - Collections will be made on 1st nnd 15th of month. Subscribers will pleno leave money forearrier nt home or whereon it 1 delivered, to a to cause no delays In collections Thb EvxsnwQ capital Jodbnai, refru Mrly receive the afternoon associated prcaa dlsprtches. ANOTHER SAD DEATH. A Middle Aged Man Dies Alona, tbe Victim of the Deadly Alcohol Sting. SOME COMING EVENTS. June 10. Howell Pralrlo Grange picnic. June 18. Supreme court meets at Salem. July i. Grandest celebration In Oregon at Salem. GILBERT & PATTERSON, Dealers in Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes. Windowglass, Etc. Sole Agents for Epicure Tea and Big Can Baking Powder. A mnu named Chas. Btokes, who had been working in JCUIs & Whit ley's livery stable, having come here from McMintivlIle, became in toxicated while left on duty Satur day night and next morning was paid ofT. He then continued his spree all day Sunday. He engaged u room at the t'hemeketc hotel and in that room bodied. Monday morning about 10 o'clock he went to his room and the cham ber maids during the afternoon could get no respouse when knock ing at his door for the purpose of getting tiie room open so as to fix it up, but they gave no notice of the matter until about 7 o'clock. Then Mr. Monroe, landlord of the hotel, effected an entrance into the room und was stupefied with horror In see the man leaning on tbe bed, face downwards, one knee 011 the floor, and HfeleKS. A bottle was found by THE COMMITTEE DECLINES. & The Efforts of the Hoard or Trade to Create Harmony .Meets with Failnre. Editor Jouknal. The under signed were appointed by the 8alcm board of trado at Its meeting on tbe Clh Inst., as reported in the Journal to solicit additional funds to be used In defray I rur the expenses of the National Guards at Salem on the Fourth of July. While it is evidently not the intention of the board to be thus construed, the prac tical effect of this action Is to say to us, as members of tbe Oregon National Guard, if you are anxions to parade in the celebration and contribute to the attraction of the day, bring out your companies from Eugene, Albany, CorvnlllsWhll eaker and Mueleay, pay the ex penses or not, any way you can, nnd you can parade. We have interviewed the chair man of the celebration committee and ascertained that the town has been pretty thoroughly canvassed be heard. Among the many things that might properly be said in regard to the excellence of tbe program, the piano duet, Der Frelschutz, from Weber, by Misses Nesbltt and Southwick, ueservesspeca meuion. nwneono ggfe, , Hny, Feed ami FcilCO oftho-e rendl Ions tin, makes one;Pos( GISS Seeds, Etft lorgev mu worm aim iiiuiK 01 tne JOHN HUGHES, Dealer in Groceries, Taints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall I'a rW nnd linrder. Artists' Ma terials. Lime, Hair. Nails and ARTIST. Instructions elven In Crayon rortmU room,, Eldr.dge Buying, " TRN FOURTH OF JULY GOODS; -HEADQUARTERS KOR- publlme. The piano solo by Miss Carpenter and the song by Miss Milter accompanied by cornet by Win. Dyars, were executed in tine style. The program on the whole was n fine recommendation of the conservatory. PERSONAL MENTION. NKVT A DVKKTIrfE'IESTS. . Notire to Taxpayers. ffillB Abetment Roll of tbe City of J Salem will be submittal to the com mon coumll ror approval or revision, nt the regular session or June 17th, 1M. All prtVmi desiring a revision or chano In their assessment will please tile with the reeordpr a Wiltten application therefor. H-lOtct L. F.CONN, City KecorUer. his side with about two table! for fl,uds' nud that all the money Public School Examination. This Is an exciting and interesting week in thepublic schools of Salem, or rather in the big school building In East Salem, where the pupils are assembled. The occasion is the an nual examination, through which nil grades are passing and the pro gress of the past year, noticeable so far.is very marked. More than aver ago will pass and be promoted and it Is a cheerful fact that tho schools are all In a very prosperous condi tion. Tbe examinations nnd the cnooi year win close i rjday even ing with n prnnii inttrlnliiifnf nil Reed's opera house, tbe program for which will be published in this pa per Thursday aftcrnoou. Some fea tures of the entertainment will be tho graduating exercises of the graduating class of sixteen, who will also receive their diplomas, af ter which fifty girls and thirteen boys wlii give a grand march and Hag drill, led by the Goddess of Li berty. Tills will be an event in which the whole people of a city are inter ested and tbe children will recelvo a splendid ovation. spoonfuls of what appeared to be (Subscribed has been oUicrwIso appro- lis. ('has. A. Gray was a passenger for Portland on business this morning. Lee Hoffman, of Hoffman fc Bates, contractors on the big bridge, j is in the city to-day. Maj. Frank E. Hodgkin, who lias been visiting his family, took this morning's train north. Rev. D. 1$. Gray, superintendent of the Institute for the blind, took the morning train for the metropo- Tie Salem Gannon' V Will foe in the market for nil canning va rieties of Executor's Notice. -VTOTlL'E Is hereby given that tho county N urt of Mcounty, Oregon, has this day appointed the undersisnedexec utrix of thcVstntoof Henry F0.d?d: All persons havlrgclalms against said es tate are required to pre-enl them with the proper vouches to roe at my residence nearsubllmlty In said county within Blx months from the date of thli notice. auy 21.100. TRESSEKOX, Executrix of the estate of Henry Fox, deceased. & Flags, Firecrackers STr.EETI 121 Court SI. nmn.lv m It. bo imvlnir ..vil..niK printed, so that none is left for drank as long as he ciild and then I mllitlu purposes. Two years ago toppled over helpless.wlih the result I '-""'nllls, with Cherries. Mark Raspberries and Mlaekliorrirs '.Alter June loth. H-.-lwdw psrhaps not oue- Will Oi'E.v Oak Street. There has been some uncertainty abotii tho correct survey of some of the blocks nnd streets of University ad dition, and City Surveyor Gcsucr has been engaged in n arei'ul re survey of the same and has estab lished the exact boundaries. This, it seems was the only drawback to tho street superintendent carrying out the order of the cliy council to open Oak street from Twelfth to Fourteenth street, and now Super intendent Gruham will probably proceed immediately to remove ob structionsaud call upon tho railroad company to put in tho proper cross ings over their tracks south of tho depot platform. Tho lliorotisfarels an Important oue and ery convenient for an extenslvo traffic, i ii'l even should the railroad com pany forbid vehicles rrom crossing its grounds, with a very lltllo work tliero can bo an easy passage way mode acres the creek by digging the banks down a little on either side. Laiuik Shii'ment. A train of a7 carloads of cattle, sheep and hogs passed through going nortti this morning. Fifteen loads were from California nnd tho remainder were from Oakland, Youeaila and Oak Grove, this state. It was noticed by nil observers that the cattle were of vmy fiuo quality and in good con union. Tiiey were destined for Portland. It was said at the dejwt that two otherstock trains would bo along this afternoon from California. There Is food for tuought for Wil lamette valley farmers that Call fornla Is shipping table meal to our metropolis. Tho moral would seem to bo to raise nnd ship less grain nnd more stock. A Noted Comixmeu, Mr. Julius Adler, a brother of Mrs. II. 8. Simon and Mrs. Leopold Hlrscli, is in the city on his wedding tour from Kansas City and Is tho guest of those fami lies. Mr. Adler is u noieil mnui,..ii stated. Mr. Monroe sent iniimdliilely to notify the coroner, but tint gentle uiau,Dr. J. C. Smith, is in Portland, so he had the body removed to J. A. Rotan's undertaking rooms, ami ii was afterwards taken to the old building on the alley back ofiieur cichoniukcr's, where il remained during the night. The coroner was telegraphed to but did not come. This morning, in the coroner's absenee, Justice M. E. Goodell was called to act and summoned the following Jury: A J Rasey, A J Cos, J F White, Irving Wagner, Fratik W. Wnters and George W. Watt, who heard the testimony of C.H.Monroe, landlord oftheChe mkcte, Davtd J. Holmes, clerk, Jasper Ellis, of the livery barn, and Wm. N. Chambers, cabman. The testimony of these gentlemen embodies the above fact., with the further fuels that Mr. Chambers lias known Stokes some live years, having first met him at McMinn vllle, that lie was supposed to be of Norwegian descent, and was about 40 years old, of a wandering dis position, working faithfully for n time nud then flying the track in the pursuit of tho fulso pleasures of drink. Dr. W. H. Ryrd was called to ex amine the body and certified that no murks of violence nor no evi dence that lie hud Intentionally committed suicide, and gave it as his opinion that the man's K-.it h was from nnlur.d causes, superin duced by his excessive spree. The verdict of tho jury was in ac cordance with the doctor's opinion, which was corroborated by the evidence. He was buried this after noon. No friends or relative are known hero. third of tho present population of Salem, paid the traveling , ex penses and keeping ofslx companies or the Second regiment at the cele bration there. Last year Salem re luctantly gave way to Albany, with the understanding that the celebra tion should be held here this year. Albany showed the same hospital ity to the regiment that it received ul Corvallis. We deem it as little as should be tendered the men, IT their expenses are paid when they come here and are under arms in the parade, and the fatigue of sham battle, practically all day. As it is impracticable to raise more funds, besides giving the work desired of us tbeelTeet of the militia forcing itself upon the program, we caunot consistently serve the board us its committee. We cannot be parties to an iuvitation to visiting companies less favorable and hos pitable than we received on two similar occasions. We tuink it will bo little to the credit of Salem If she allows her celebration to fall short of the standard for hospitnblity already es tablished bv the citizens of Cor vallis nnd Albany. George II. Burnett, H. S. Jordan, M. W. Hunt, Wm. N. Ladue, R. II. Leako. Messrs. Werner nnd Eugene Rrey man were among the Salemites who will swell the population of Port land to-day. Hon. Wm Armstrong went to Portland this morning to attend the meeting of tho Masonic grand lodge there to-morrow. Mrs. F. J. Beuty, of Cbemawa, returned this morning from a visit among relatives at Cnnyonville, Douglas county. Geo. E. Good was one of the morniug passengers Tor Portland, where lie intends attending the meeting of tho Pharmaceutical association. Two Through Trains Eacli Way 11A1LV, VIA UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM. E. H. WESTACOTT, Feed Stable & Livery. BaleU Hay for Snlo. The best of c.ire laken of transient fctock Commencing with Sunday, March 2nd. both first and second-class tickets will be houoied on "The Limited East Mall," trail 3nnd l,ns welt also on the "Over land Flyers," Nos. land 2. "The Limited East Mall" trains are equipped with Pullman palace and colo tifu. fiiMnprB rilnlnc- nnrs. chnlr cars and coache, nnd run solid between Portland Gapitol Home Addition Is beautifully located In East Salem, south of the" Electric Railway line, near the power house. Largs lots ICOxlCO feet. Good soil. For sale by T. II. WILSON, Owner, Wi State Street, - - Salem. and 1'hlcngo, dally without change, The"Oveiland Flypr"trnlnn aie equipped with Pullman palace sleepers and coaches. 3UDCU D1UU3, HUH sleeper" between between Portland and Council BluOs, and with Pullman colonist eper dail Satines. Reduced to 12 cents a I yard at the Capitol Adventure Co. ! Ladies take a look at them. It will i pay you. oO-tf i DUGAN BROS., The Plumbers," 2GO Commsrclul St. Dealers In C. A. Collins on last Saturday I purchased six acres on the Garden road, buying on the cast side of 0. , ni l i r J Fulrvlew avenue, paying at the rate j OieaiTl and rlUmbef S bOOOS, Portland and Kansas City, dally, without change. fVinneetlons ere made at Pocatcllo With through trains to and from Salt Lake, and ntt'heyenne with through trains to and from Denver, Kansas City and St. Louis. The above trains nllord the quickest time between the Northwest Pacific coast nnd Eastern nnd outhern points. Detailed time of trains, rates, through tickets, baggage checks etc., can be pro cured upon application toany agent of the Union Pacific System. T. W. LEE, S-7-jt-w Geu'l Pass. . gent. BOIBE 4 MANNING Agents, 68 Court street, Salem Oregon Oregon R. R. Company Line. (Limited.) C. N. SCOTT, RECEIVER. Tickets for any point on this line for sale at the depot, foot of Jefferson street,and ut the United carrage and baggage Transfer company . omce. corner secona ana Fine streets. Commutation Ticket at 2 cents per mile. General office northwest corner First and Pine streets, Portland. Roman Candles, Whistling Bombs, Sky Rockets, Torpedoes, Bombs Duble Heads, Pin Wheels, ' Japenese Laterns Etc, Etc. Best Stock in City of RIFLES, SHOT G-IHsTS, REVOLVERS Base Bal's, Hammocks, Croquet, Ammunition all w j Brooks & Harritt No. 94 State Street, Salem, OregQ $10,000 $10,000 For Sale- Ten Thousand Dollars -worth of- Fancy and Staple Groceries, For prices and terms enquire of WELLE BROS., EAST HIDE of $400 per acre. He will build two residences on the tract at ouce. Mr. Collins spent some time in Tacoma and Bays that Sulem must prepare to entertain a crowd for the next five years. California Ironstone Sewer nnd Fire Clay Chimney Pipe, etc. For exchange, a 320acre farm near Salem, for business property in tbe city. Inquire at Journal office. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. Program to lie Kendereuat Willamette I'nirmily, Thursday, June 12, 1890, at !0 (IVIotk, A. 31. MiltR. Davis, who represents Or egon as cadet at West Point lias just passed nil unusually good exam ination and will graduate witli hon orsso much for Oregon's sou. S12.6SO Will buy one of the best half section farms In Marion couuty, Miuated near Tuinei, Oregon. Termn easv. n. C.& J. n. PORTER, Real estate agents. Aumsville. Or. 0:G-lm Jarvi 6 c on"k LTn Murto Ti nst Company The class of 1890 that will gradu ate at Willamette university Thurs day next is composed its follews: Classical Lewis Kraiikliu Belknap, Allyn Heald Cooke, Susan Ilarriug- ASSAULT AND BATTK.tY.-The "' v? fcl M"- Germnn who works for Governor portj Vir-il 'eri''r. W " ., , , , ,-, , , ., Hani lvlward Perry, Stanton We -Moody had George Town.end, the , ... ,.,.',, ., city's cow-catcher, arrested mid ' , ' ' " ' ""' taken beforo Justice Goodell this '. '" ' " ""'", morning on n charge of assault nnd i . ... .. , ,,, . battery, but the trial ofthe cae was niwimiinllIlul ,. ?i, ' r.ii.:.. postponed until Thursday morning a' cntcrtnIn, at 10 o'clock. The arrest, as the .." T , , , , ' , l-JHM UA.il llf K.li;iiTAiaMKT. JoiiitNAL is Informed, jjrew out of wllBniUi ,our , ltJnblcc Q an ntlalr which occurred J'riunr turo- Wi-ncr. , if .... v. m.ki.! '',e?.81.0er!.:,vl,lll..,''''ler. et- v"-u'"o Mi'i'vo vw, .i-n.iV a u cm t icr. ru'-.uioM.r-touuiwicK.uieiin . . i ' m ". . ' man liad brouRiit in two Iiornes and n cow from pasture, nud took the! horses into the bam to tie up, leav ing the cow outside. When lie had secureti uio iioi-k tuitl como out oil oration "O t P. Ivilcjo Compels us." i tho bam, Mr. Towiihoud, who is , Htnutm w.Mrjker. j thoclty iraunil master, was iIUvIiir OnUi0n T3iriVK:iVm.Env,,t,nil,ent- olt'thecow. Tho man ordered linn ' Vocal Duet "Kchoov Moir i . ., i . ., Mlhs Unr inud l'roi. I'-.wvlu. to let tho cow alone, but the police- omito- chrutir.. ,.,, , ,,.'. man paid no intention, wnereuon Ladiks. Von have been cleaning lioiwe. Buy it nice pair of laee cur tains for a dollar, at the Capitol Adventure Co. On the line of the electric railway. tf Loin mmu-v "ii Improved farms at a ey aie completed. Privi- Installments. v. A. Jisr (Hike with Hunt & Pratt. Mlom. ivad when low nil oi Intel i '-t. No delay, ilene: 11 IMl).'! le,' of p.ofujc in Il.Ill.TO.N lu.-lut-k,t Cherrlugton Bros nre still mnk iuggoml cabinet Mze photographs nt 2.00 per dozen. 25c Wane Column. The Fine liiifiortcd Percheron, B0UITTANT, The Imported Percheron Rtnllion , U the only imported Percheron lu Bou- ittaut thecountrj-, U not only a monster horse wui i- -preuy as a picture" ana stviun. Stands at .11 Into A Low's barn Tuesday and Wednesdays: at Turner Mondays and Thursdays. .-9-w-3m nnd Price. Invocation. Solo, 'Forbidden Music" Gastaldou. .MUi Lcoua WllllK. Oration Contention. i.fi 3iiisee. Notices inserted for ONU CENT PEIt WORD KACH INHKUTION. No adver- tlsemcut Inserted lu this column for less ' than twenty-five cent-. COOK HOTEL Pnnini anrl ITirvli Qift4- riOUHALK. One house nnd two lot In , , Jl,li "ULll Jou.UH.l.m. mo.ulreofW.il. hlll,p, Q Ttf DEP.SOX, PROP. IIOIIKALK Allinmn.l,li,lMuVBi.. oUCCCSSOT lO II. If. ser Iioreutu modeietely low tljjure Alton comparatively new cart nnd bar-e-.. F.O. Hakeh. I.IOKSAI.K. Three newcounteis and a T complcleset orhellug forKilecli,-;!) Inquire of F.O. lUker at F. S. Dearbo.-ns. &S1-U COOK. TkeCook uotoils oppoltr court house, conveieut to business part of city and street car Hue ruuuli.e past the door. Itates Jl.CO to S3 00 it day, according to room Special terms to boarders and families. I7K3K HENT-A desirable business office 1' In best bloci In town. Inquire at this ollkv. Mlf tiie mail started to rescue hei and received a crack of the cop's billy. But lie rescued tho eow Just the the same and now wants Towuscud punished for assault and Imtt'.ny. Invitations Issued. The com mittee on invitation fur the Fourth of July celebration have their cards of Iuvitation printed and will com- composer, hib most famous composi- nieneo sending them out to-duy. tiona oeing mo "Members of Con gress," march, dedicated to lion Sol Hlrsch; tho Senator Mitchell march, nud tho "Lilies of tho Willa mette Volley," match, dedicated to his three little nieces, duuuutrrs of Hon.B. H. Friendly, of Kugene.llli friends hero nre endeavoring to per auado Mr. Adler to remuln in Salem and Mtabllsh hluihslf lit buklness. He would receive hearty welcome nud would without doubt succeed. They will Include nil towns through out the valley within convenient distance., nnd all nruauiuitlonsaiid individuals considered likely tout tend. The dlU'erent commit Wcs kh;iii to lw doing all in tiieir power i liu u.cooke. Oration General Thoti-ht Vligll Perlnje.'. Oration Phllosoply oftliowth. N. Monroe Ncwpoit. Oichest-a. Oration Time .Monument William E. Perry, K-,ay... World Thought. .m vt M'o iinivlnsltui. 0.na.-telte "Dilftue." MUs Willis nnil Mi, l.lun, Mo-n-s IC u ml let ii ml Po orili. Oiution Siinimum llouu.ii. L, F.iuikllu llelkua-.K Ky Maymarku of Proxress. Mls Elvuni Victor, Otvlir.t.n, Proenttlonofclu .!:v F. P.Towei.l). D. CouierrlnK Ptaiw and Awarding!!' lues. llenedlctlon. THE , p.VTKOMZE Home Industry, end use 1 Mountain lUlm Cough Cure. Ou.r apt red to give relief or money renmded. .MiiliufHCliiivd lly II. H.L'n',Mileiii. Ore gon. Smith A stelner sole iicents for 8.tlom. luim ITH3U '.ALE- one nnirllnc ccir.eletit r heart mock cnitle, calves and hellers alsoonu itbularas wasou, mid harness, both iis(MHlns new Tliiieeien. Enquire of J. P. ltobertson. VJiitb sulem. WATKI,--:A P'ltlon as foreman or 11 . Sunt, of mnstrurtlnn. mllwnv or canal work, by an experienced man KXTON, Ilayward, Cat dress J.hE; Ad- I.KC'IX'P.K. Monday, Juno 0., S. p. in. at half to make the celebration a crowning ! , N"1" ' u.a ".Uuid niarchetl HUPtfCSS. FAItt VALUATION.-The South- DnowNF.n in Idaho--Oscar Ilml gin, of this cily was uotltled yes terday by telegrupii ofthe drown ing of hlsclghteen-year-old brother, Bicliard llodgimut Genesee, Idaho. Ak. t in - "ii i uuuu raiirtwil company is ex- He has received no iiitelllgenctf vet hlbltlug a commendable falruvM in I of the manner of the drowning and ....w,,,, , U1 Iaui attained by H, A. ThotnuH nnd Freddie Pal Bier by the killing of their lion and pouy lust Saturday morning. An appraisement ha been made lu Which two of the nnnrnlsorH u-..r.. mst seven o'clock the university lull 111 IklnKiilin.l . l IT lit .) I is.in. iiiuiunvii iu ut. nans nne resldeiuv on Winter street where Rev. C. C. Stmttou was hti.pplng nntl escorteil the 1r.,who took a seat by the side of l)r. Hall lu a cub, to the university, rendering some , tine music on the way. At I 8 ooloek, L, F. Belknnp, the WK'letles' pnsliioiit. Introduced Dr.! UAMhl).-An nctUe in: n fur u-li section. Sa'aiy $75 to ilCJ, to l(Kill y represent n sucie siui n. y. coini.inv in. c..ion'Usl losiipoly iy (lotnls, llotlilnj, hlioes, Jewelry, eie.,iooonnmi.- Hi con. AlsotiUilyoriarl, Mtlun I0, to euroll niemlHM-. i),rtO now enrollwl, .W,0W) jmid I 111). Ke.ei-euees rluidsed. Empire Ctv ! oerutlo Hsxjelntlnu (cmilt wen rated) i UttkboxtilO N. . 5;j).V , SALESMEN WANTED AT ONCE -A I lew good men to cell our Roods iiy ' Mii:ile lu the wholesale pad iclell Irsde V. e Hr the ln.T'i.t tnnniiniMinM In ... I Hue Liberal salary jmIU. Peiui'iient h t pn. Money adxeuccd fo. wanes, ad vertlshif, etc. For teinnt addi-esi Ceuteu nlal Meuufactmlnj Co.,Chlciiv, III. U.ia.t.t.s.t. Citation. lie It remembe-ed, that at a regular term of the county court, of the state or Or son, for the county of Marlon. In probatesittin". beunanrt held at the conn house in the city of talen in said couniy nud state, on Monday Hie ilh d.y of uiv A. D., IS, the Kline beinctlienr-t Moadpy in said month, nnd ibelliiic fixed by h-w for holding a re-ular term of said court, when weie ore i seut: - Hon. T.C. SHAW. Judse. K.J. lIAHCOCK.il.il.. e. y cnoisu.N.siie. jr. When, on Tuesday the 27th dpv of jiov A. 1)., lsO.amouvothei-stliefollowlngp-o. ceedlns were had, lo-wit: In the matter of the guuardliiu- ) .,,, ., ship of Daniel Clark, a mlnoi. nation. Now at this time comes Hr.tle Smith, Biif.il.u ofae ierson andea;.teofDauIel Clitik.n minor, uhopieeuK to the court lie." duly eritled neilllou nmiim, nn okUt and llcen-.eoit.iU court, author! xiuj, o.iiHnoriu'i nnd diiecilug her to sell all the .i-'ht, tlilo and luteiest of s.ld imlnor Inaud to the followlag de cribed r;u I'-iiiu', HhWli; From l'ortland Silver-Coburg ton nc mall suulonx LV PJt 4 00 5OT 55S 700 LV AM Toward Partland Port'ndPort'd mail Exp Alt I'M ARAM 8 00 J'ortl'ndS PU 3 10 9 M-.UavN Ijindlue. 2 38 9 10 50 Woodburn. I -10 8 43 11 47 Sllverton . 12 20 7 30 5 07 llr wnsvllle 7 40 50- Cobnrg fi 00 WfXT SIDE. Airlie mall LV 7 45 .Portland MWV. 1U45 Dundee Junction 3 0o hherid-m 4 IB Dallas 4 65 . nonmouth 5 55 Airlie Portland mail Tit 435 205 10 27 823 738 S45 l-3wly From Terminal or Interior Points the i ill Is the line to take To all Points East and South. It In thedlning car route. Itruns through vestibule trains every day In the year to ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO ! (No chango of cars.) Composed of dining cars unsurpassed, Pullman drawing room sleepers Of latest equipment TOURIST Sleeping Cars. Best that can be constructed and In which accommodations are both free and lur nlshed for holders of first and second-class tickets, and ELEGANT DAY COACHES. Acontlnuois line oonnening with aU lines, affording direct and nnlnterrupted service. Pullman sic - Ions can be se cured In advi cc any agent of the road. Through tickets to and from all points in America, England and Europe can be purchased at any ticket omce ot this com pany. Full Information cflneernmir ntn tlm of trains, routes andotherdetiuls furnished on application to any agent or A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant Weueral Passenger Agent, No, 121 Fir-.t stieet, -or. Washington; Port-litnd.Oieyon, 201 Commercial St. -Goods delivered free to nil parts of the city, PIANOS AND ORGANS Violini, Guitars. Mandolins, Banjos, SHEET MUSIC, Music Hooks, and all kinds of Musical Merchandlim EASTON'S, Eldridge block, Commercial St, THE ONLY MUSIC STORE I" $11 mm D me Tale Met HENRY SCHOIWAKER -IS AGENT FOR- The Walter A. Wood's Binders and Mowers. Big Stock Binding Twine! Combination Fence Maker, Hay Hakes, Cedar and Oak Posts. Farmers will do well to give me a call. 258 Commercial St , Salem Ore, Ine uet half oftliu donation land ela-.u. of lK.uiel l'h-ik Pid vile, said donntlon li'n'cl l.nuctil; p:i..ofT, 8S. of It. 3 W. r'u 'art of section IS In T 8S.lt. 2 W. in rANTEI.-Toreuta faun of from 1M to 301 aci-eai, mostly imp lived I nud to take ixvse-ston this fall- rood farm n.m goHl location prefer. ed- hne luni ;M..ii experience, verton.or. Write lo Ueo, I'm ,eily, s. AMw wiuutit ImuglnojUBt where it could , f'tr,tt,,"t wlio iidilrewcU the llterury rii r.T l-l"ITp l nn have occurrtHl. a It N twelve mll.vui Rocleth of the university on tho' " 1L' tDDAUW, university on tho' selected by tho company uud one hy of tliU nehool dlntrlet held n inwt- mo vMiuinui, with thorwult thut r, Thouwta wus nilowwl $ 150 for htohone nnd Master rulmer f30 for hit iwny. While thin may not nearly their full valuo to their wwaers, yet It U a liberal npprnUo. mmw, hu mo pttrlletare fully nntU- siAin. ,.... ..TT7 T" jmi n moderHUiy ood pouy. No WlHhB4euU lu tt way of (may "ileB'n light cotit and vwtt, fiom pc,av 10 oo. A No.1 goodl. All wtyH rqu colore, to the Bnukorlvernndlhn'eorfourl8Ul,Jm r "Iwok" nntl Heading." f A i. r lullea to tho neurvst hike. , Ho tulketl In a firm yet plenum! Cyclone beparators, RusSSlI Engines -- oo. Ho recommended some ofthe! and Saw Mill Machinery. Bt'iiooi. AiKCTlNfl, The direotors oookk tnai every literary peooti incidence w ivmmerclni Mt., Miem. on Bhould read nud some of tltoo that m Hhould ho disciirtlcd. The lectilre ' I. wuh Aill of kihhI loglofm.u the bo- . y y buying jour glnnlUKnnd wiwu imtt that a lover MllSICa MerChandlSft inn turn niiernoon nt wiiloli mime tilllu wer allowed and inuny inutlore of lutrreitt to tho district were dlv cuh&ed, butuiMin which uctlon m tuken. no dellullu ' oi knowledge can III utfonl to nilM, I Ho clOMHl with a few reiunrkH on i . Tr"Z the dully newpuier, muting thai! 1aint kot Ditv. Tho now board It nhould lw In v.rv. i,n..t..o.i f trade roonwnro undergoing a fur- thut our ehlhiren nhould U taught I uUhlng prtKVM M tho palnler'n to nud It thut they may know what I timid and will bo rowdy for huhlne l U going on lu tho world about u I nboutThureiluy. , .,. vn.,.. I " . . I Juo.ttt2t!Mj. m. iho chapel wa IMtoiiATK CouitT.-lntho mutter' well tilled, nnd tho exeivU be- of the wtuto of Adella 4. ltle. . guu nroiiuiUv on iim. h.i i...i Illobt.T.JudkOU.adiuluUtrator. tile nu hour ami i.uir...i.i at the Capitol h,u inventory of theeitfttw of Mid ttrwlof lUtenlug to muslo that wa dKruAtd, amounting to t3T78.lft. ofn vlatalwl etiaracler and mroly to DIAMOND'S Music House, Kldrldse lllook, Balfiu. 501 f NH l . a ltuKJii ililLllV. Capital Dairy Co. .. w. rkirvuna, it. j. Kelly ana W. U. ' ureun.Prvprutoa.UvernieU mUk, caol4ou ice, to any prl of the city, mi.wBlll MIUK1,, IMWHtUtUlei. m-iio icoiuiy. sti te of Oiejon. and con-l-Uiln-i hi t.ie . iole douiilou laud claim t' I.' -UOucivi.ioieorle-.i. Alsobeslnnlnir r. i.ieuouh e . co -ne.-ol t je said lUnlt-l t'le ; end Mite domvtlon lend claim, uotl iir ih No. It. claim No. j, and ranuiui: t io Mv xnuU n'oiii the we-t line of said don. Urn land cliui W chains more or le . o. te south westiNi-uei-of s:ild dona tion cku i; tlieuiv wki ua chains more pi e ni,) me Quarter tcethm iost on llni le (en sections 38 and 2 in t. Ss. it. S w, or, u Wllli-meiie meildl.u- thence uorth follow- n-r tiie itiiarter seilMin Hue to the i qui icr secllou corner on line between I .cations 12 and lit in t. 8 s. is 3 w thence I wst te, mlns nuiiv or livs to the placo of Liii i, ni Cms.nitHin.ulaciv nioie or less. i Mint the luad coueed to D.uilel Llurk i oy iletHl uVided lu records of decd of Marion oouuty, Oiejun on aie 713 of Mil. II, And It eojwHt-lns to ihe court from said Htlilont.ulllwo..ldbo beuetlciul to said niluor ihe.vlu hieiuio.ieil, and Is neces sary Hint the real einto tliereln desenb. J should be sId, II Is therefore OltDKltKI) by IhetMiirt that on uonday the 7th day juiv, isuiu ioociih-R liiitho forenoon of r?m "if " '' "Hiri in tne court riHim tliertxiflo tint couut court house In the eliyofh. Icm, Ii thecouuty of Marlon and state of Oivyou.be rtxetl us ihe lime nud plueo for ewirhiK any and all oW.vllous io lliesniutluicof said onier and IIccum of , sate unit itui tt .,) of l nU onler be er ei Uhhi the iiuxt of kin of said minor, and upou nil wrou luter.stel In s.Ud ctate ?, I''-ulr ,"f-,.dw-. publication ihervoT lu Ihe W wkly lTOH Jocusai. for three I iMusecutUeaiul successive week prior to , saldtdate, said Cjh-itai. Wr.kKLv Jovk n : au bclne a nourtpAper oru.'nral clrcula- ' lion lu ld lniuiy ml Htale. 1. 18IIA, County JudiNL CKUTinCATK or coV or MKCOHU. THE YA0UINA ROUTE. ' OREGON PACIfTc RAILROAD And Oreiron Develonnient enmnnnv steamship line. 'S miles shorter, 20 hours lesstimethan by any othei loute. First class through passenger nnd freight line from l'ortland and all points in the Wll lamette vallev to and from San Francisco TIME SCHEDULE. (Kicept Sunaaysj. Leave Albany ........ iroui'ii ijeave cop'uuu v i:io p j- .-irrive laquina ....... 5;a0 P il Leave Vaqulna fcia a M Leave Corvallis ....... jotasvM Arrive Albany 11:10 AM O. A C. trains connect al Albany and The above trains connect at VAQUINA with the Oregon Development Go's Line if Slrttiiishliis Iwiween Yanulna and San Francisco, SXII.ING IUTKS. SrrBAMKKS. r0M YAQU1WA raruiion.... ...... .. Anrll "S Willamette Vlle-..:;;Z:fi"y 4 Farallon ..'' J WtllameKe Valley, 1::.:" II unillon i,ST?AM,5'!-,. .. VROM 8AN rilANClSC- Fnrallon ..IT. Tiav" WlllametlB VallejCZTJlZ; ". a Farailou " ".. ,J Willamette Valley """ .. & ...i Miiiuu- rrserves me nrht change aullliu: dates without nntlv ...N.-. 11ij-nieiK froni 1-ortlaud i iiiametie van. ronnec YAO R. M. WADE&CO, Have just received another Urge Spring Wagons and Hacks aw0fi tho iV?1 ,B.ta,udur(l ak(-s- pr-ce9 are tho lowest, Quality con sttered. All invited to call and exniilne them at 2S2-2S4 and Hi, Lommercial street. to l'ortland nnd all nt bis J. A. ROTAN, new quarters, Jnd door south of Bush's Bank, now has a Larger stockof Furniture than ever Also full line of Undertaker's Goods. Be sure nnd examine this stock before purcbnslns elsewhere, as it will save you money. d-wlm j isjiuis can mate riiw. tlou With the trains nt .1,1 1'INA UOUT-Kat Albany orCMrvallls I uestlned to San Krani-km hnir lo arrive At V and arruuire before date of salllnj;, aqilina tbe evening l'ifnr m' 1'releil Ktlrs . W.IWs .rhr Information apply lll'LMAN A a. Freight i BTATK (' OKkUON, CUlWTY OrilAKIOK.f 1. V J. llabooek.CVuintv (?irV r.r.u.i county, hl of OrtNton, and ex-onicto eierkof thelltvull Court for sU nMn.. ud atate. do liwrvby certify that the fore. going irnusor pioioturr til me court, baa Loeu by iu comiwred with (be original order and of ibe uritole therrof, at the Mine Alwsr te to .Messrs. an,. IM.I,..' Ageuts AXlaud 312 Front si. Hinl.hVn. or to -w,vr., V'& --pat'K. Act Oen'l Krt. A IVss. AU, Oregon ltielflen. R. Cta. .. 11 iiiumrTi . Corvallls.Or lt. Agt. Oregon Development ttx., 3W Montgomery tj Han Kranrltssv rs.i vlmm5 rAK", iVolrlo .tearulxvau on tbe W UUiuelUsa river division will !..- iwtS," HELLENBRAND'S Eating Parlors & Candy Manufactory, 200 COmmerolul Street. BILLOKKARE: ri?a, ;7 T",0c - - 35 cenu Sffif -rE5lffi.y,ota,---4 e---0 cISS !rJSS?SSS ,," . "." wir ut iCH..... Union Pacific R. R. Company "OVERLAND ROUTE." jaSWJ'' 'Tl-S "'? e l-ort! lleefsteak and Errs. . ivrk chop and fW::.:::n:: Mutton Chop and Kg... Ji aft Venison and Km . Italns for the east Have 'ortlaadatWB Hin and ftOJpm dally. Tic tutoaadfro principal polnu In the United mates, Can ada and Europe. Htgut tw Wm Cars. PULLMAN PAUCB SLEEPERS. ee Family Sleeping Cars run thronrh Kxpress tr.liy i nm.s. (ouncu 111., rJ r '1 .. '"US" Um-Oli v-vu. Hlun. aud Kansas City without chant 15 cents - centM .rrlv ut .Nr.in. -. .- ... I T:VN"ac ". tg-- --.-.. -iScenlM andtoiuraafrtSui.m"u"5r' -nu---'y KS.iw?. -"- rv SicenU ,rWe-T.,,, ' ' A 7,l'i::r""r",l "- U"0CtetW- "??!!?. nuod forB.nm.cU ""."y t ?u P. m. " aimim s. J-"..?3K,'... e. ---" nounappinu. - . -J -WMfc-v v ItAIIA Wltn Mil - Mks -Vts ..- nt of iho company or 1 airi ns timn.i - -vv . ... ... - n :- w si a. " w-. i.-- w r- r. J t. O V ,dH,7., &"i p 'o?- -: nd E nl, J- " MELLE-V . General Traffic Mnar r and p. AttaU Te.der Loin Hteak and 1 i2S S 55!! A Mannlnr .,.n.. v,um strwt. ' xVlmc, my liaud and seal of the a(d both north i-nJ J.Tk s?4-! .nc- 1-Vldar 1 -jrls without extra eharca. nt OMirt.ib.U3rJ day . jf June. la Sligt VtHilem l2?iibnn4 btu "r Cbolos cigars. IpSrleI ind Don.M.1 V niul.l F.J UNUCOCK.Oerk u"-',n'vng thereat a a. ta. I always on luind. a iuetle, Il J BHF.HMA.N. IVputy ... I ?. "OOU JSUM0UseH.kin(, .. : and Egg,. -i- naiem, Oregon.