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liiwzd Atmwl if Mm is City ad
Narth I'adflc History Tawpany
-Klamalli County Fair
Yesterday the- North l'n.
rlfie HWory Company, through
Me.Milleii, 1. Y. Clnrtleiimii, I
M. I'mitMi, V. H. VrtiiKlm ami J. .
Clmpnmn, llled HrtJ.UH if liii-i)rKirH-lion
with tin-MMwtry ofetHte. The
otijtft of tln'ifiriwnuliiii Uto procure
mid prqwrt- iimterlid for Hit? piihll
mtloii of two vohiiiit-H of llttory ier
Uiliiln to the northwest eoul of
Amerhw. The prlnelxil olllee in to
Ih) loeiiled Ht I'orllwidiind the enpl
ml Htoek llxtsl nt fciO.000.
Article of liieorK)iiitloii were nlo
Medhy theKlunmth County Ari
eiilturiil Kitlr wwielittloii; lneoroni
tornJ. O. IlitiiiiiUiT. JoliuH. Hhook,
Mulhliw Walker, J. C hotter, J. It.
(Irllllth, J. T. lulkeixni, it. i .
Miller; olijeet to iiilldliet nil HIIIIUill
fulrfor the exhlliltloiHtf HKrieulturiil
mill other prod net of Kliuiiiitii
eotiuty, ul itoiiiinii, Kliiiiiutli eoiin
ty; mpltnl Htoek f l,Wl In Minn of
North 1'neltle Industrial nwoel
Htlou; lnec)rpora(or V. K. Lndd,
I'rank Dekiun, Ann N. KI"K,
DoiihIiI .Maeliiiy, (ie. It. .Murine,
Jr.;nlijeet to eomluet a iiieehiinleid
HKrleiilltiml mill live Moek exhl
iillifiii, nuiM'iiin, i't., nl I'ortlwid;
euplUd nHwk $HKi,iKX) In chares of
II (X) each.
We hud the pleHHiire of n eiill yen
tenlay afternoon from Mr. Oliver
Jory.of II. K Jory .t Son, miiiiu
faetiin'rhof the Oregon Fruit Dryer.
Mr. .lory hu JuM returned from a
churl trip to rorvalllN ami Allxiny,
made In the luterexl of the dryer,
lie reMirt the pron-el good for
HetlliiK I" lre dryer ul hoth
plucv. Tin? (.'Afir.M, JoniN.M,
wMie nuvrt to Mteh enterprl-os.
If our Haleiit xniple would exhibit a
little mure enterprlw It would ho
tiitieh inure to their wlvtHiliijte.
Tlinre In a khm! denmnd for ehareoal
eould U Mild there If looked utter
mkiii. Let mine of our KiiU'lii elmr
eml denier emiie to (lie flout and
lMk nfter the niattei and It will '
to their own advantage. They lire
referred In the Wllldllietle I'neklliK
Co. for fuilherpHilleulaw.
Vtmvrrvr la Ctontll.
The demoeratle convention meets , (;on,mMoncr'n court to-morrow.
In Pendleton to-dny. The Iwdy i 0y(.lcn in every style at A. Strong
raiiiMMfl of 157 delegates, of which & (1()V
seventeen are from Multnomah and w, hol(1 here
nine from Mario... John I. IrWi, ,
szx'z :' - -
funeral, It l thought he l merely friendiat Hubbard.
there for hh health. The eundldHtes , Come ,,, a,i sjKn the republican
and their backers were on th ! cluu rn nt this ollke.
Krouinl U-fore the arrival of the, Com,crt of the Unlver-ity Choral
delegate, with a view to llx up j c(jb lo.,orrow njKJit.
tliliiXM "" K' h knowieeo. i c. w.ltkl...llllHlnovedhlsrei,taurant
eomiwrative Htrei.Kiii. "'
IjuIiik, hs the Multnomah
deiiim-raey expreiwa It, a mere
"matter of profit and advantage,
It Ih right that all choiild share in it,
hence we may look for a keen n-ram-hie
for the hmU. Wide Hicculatlon
N Indulged ly the journalrt of both
jwrllea as to Hie iwplninta for olllce
likely to Ijo favored by H'L' conven
tion; but iw that body i now busily
engaged making hlntory, it will lie
well to wait until the lightning has
Ktruck, and then we can tell who
are vlctliiw for burial. To-morrow
will lie likely to tell the Htory.
Tkr KillroKl Commlwloa.
HiiHlnewi must wait on jKiiitrcw.
Yesterday was the regular monthly
nustlng day of lliu comiiilHsioner,
but Commissioner Klater could not
tear himself away from the demo
cratic state convention at Pendleton
to attend to the duties for the lcr
for.na.ice of which he Is paid by Hie
state. Commissioner Waggoner and
Clerk Hell met and adjourned to the
last of the week, when Commission
er Klater mayllnd time to attend to
hUolllclal duties. They will then
goto Oswego to examine into the
eaiiscofthc nent disaster irti the
Narrow (lauge road near that place.
Van M- Dehashiutit has written the
board thai he has no complaint of
discrimination in freight charges to
make against the O. It. ft N.
John A. HtHtiaiidson,of Florence,
Kansas, are hero with a view to
locating. The former was engaged
In the real estate buslnoss and the
latter In seliiMil teaching before
coming here. Tliey are now;
stopping at Ilosford's boarding
lioiiM) on lillx-rty ulrwf J.I. V Ire,
hunker of Coiipordla, Kansas. Is hero
visiting his old-tlnm friends, Henry
and A. I- Buckingham. Ho has
visited every lwrl of California, but
iiueli U'ttcr pleased with Oregon
It Is likely UiOO bushels ,M1 vvl(, mt ntale. Ho says that
a gitiit many Kansas people who
have settled In California are look
ing toward Oregon with a view to
The river luut rlwit loan excellent
horttliiK slane and 1 still rUtng.
'I'bU isindltlou of the WltlHiuetto
Insures a H'rfe't arrangement for all
thiMi who m on the excursion the
1.1th, to havo a iikM delightful trip.
TIih iiiMKiiltUviit Ktoamer Multno
nwh will como to t-silein on the
MftttriHsMi of the lath, ruuily to take
all on Uwrd early on the next morn
lug far the cyclorauiu and Chs'hiI.
lie sniv to take lleld or oKra glawsw
In ortler to Ui eijoy the M.vntry.
Cl ! Ulttn,
Or. UlllHrl, theeitilneiit l'liyslt
UtHiiM, HeleiitM and Authropolo
gUt, will oohiiiuihv a churl course
uf .4mlldly llHi.tratl, HimMng
sad i4ru'ti Ue(iirsal the opem
Ihmimmmi l'riday evening, April (Hh,
oil Uh $tv Mtemv af AntiirostU-BJ-.
0hiiIiik Iwlimt ftw. mdJeet,
tM nlvlit, "Vive l')i44iiMMiiy of
Ilewlth, IMmm, Clwnw'ter and
Criu" All ir Invltwl. tttu
uuv at ) lutrti.
'Hm Mtcr mrrkift s tMerday otW
out tMr M'port fur Mareh,
wnitifa niv m Mktw: IMlserwI
lMK .4T2; dru) hritott, 0;
Mii nW, 1,I8; dwt 4 wnk.
3U&. ntwMvrk, tt, 11,112; eAIkt
ih! tKtMX , ; lwl Mkv, WT ;
)mUi erU, KW, kal ptl tmrtla,
liul Into f ((uailrr.
Messrs. lillwon A Singleton havo
moved their stock of drugs into tlio
handsomely appointed iiiinrtera t hey
have had.IlttiHl upon the corner of
Coinnierclal and State streets, and
In a few days, when they got
things straightened out will show
the people of Salem the handsomest
nharmacv on the l'acllle coast. Mr.
tlllMtiuisa thorough druggist and j
Mr. Singleton is a oonietcnt bust
in man, so wo may expect to mv
them not only hold the largo trade
workel up by (!wrgo thaal, but
lucrtMMi It. Their old ipiartors will
UiiHvupleil In a few days by Messrs.
Mrk J I'Mtllulr.
Fnnl Olmlor, the sewing inachluo
aifi'iit of North Salem, received In
jur It, tu miiih) way Hvoral days ago
while working Hlsuit his 1ioum, and
from Court to Liberty street
A. Hush has gone to Pendleton to
look after his iolltlcal fences.
I'ncle Charley Swegle has return
ed to his home at Walla Walla.
If you want a nobby suit go to G.
W. Johnson's the leading clothier.
Prof. W. H. I'rivett will com
mence touching at Aum&ville next
Just received a full line of John
11. StetMin'H hats tit U. "W.
Lois, eldest daughter oi aupi. ueo.
Peebles ia seriously ill with inter
"Mr. Harm of New York," the
most Hpular Ixwk out yet atT.
There were seven drunks and
disorderlies In Recorder Strickler's
court last month.
State Treasurer Webb is at,
I'endleton attending the democratie
Icecream, soda water, milkshakes,
candies, oysters, meals at all hours
at A. Strong & (Vs.
Mrs. Dr. H. II. Holmes left on
tills morning's train for Walla
Walla to visit friends.
Mr. flrlllov. who lives ii short
distance cast of the asylum is quite
ill with malarial fever.
Mrs. Holland, who has been visit
ing at Oregon City several days, re
turned home this morning.
.Mrs. J. M. Coomer, who has been
visiting friends in Portland several
weeks, has returned home.
It. 11. Dearborn has gone to
Pendleton to attend the state con
vention of the democratic party.
Morris Keating, a raving maniac
was brought up from Portland and
placed in the asylum last night.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Clarke have
returned to Salem and have taken
piisscssiou of their house In South
Prof. J. A. Sellwood Is at Dallas
attending the teachers' institute for
the third judicial district there In
Kvldenco In the caseof Munch vs.
Kratz, Washburno & Co., is King
taken by referee, Hubeii I'. Uolse,
( ioorgo Uriswold, a well known
farmer of Polk county, has moved
his family into the McUoo property
on Center street.
State superintendent MoKlroy
has gone to Dallas to attend the
teachers' institute which commences
Its session this evening.
Hoard of Trade moots to-ntglit.
Important matters an to be brought
up at the meeting and a full attend
ance is especially desired.
San Jot Hill formerly of Salem,
has distinguished himself In Port
land by getting Into a tight over the
decision of a referee in a dog-light.
Secretary of State Mellrldo will
tk fniinulns is the program
the concert to be given at-the Uni
versity chapel to-morrow (Wednes
day) night, by the University cho
ral club, assisted by other talent :
Chorus, "All Hail Liberty's Chief
tain." t I'almer-Auber).
Male chorus, "My Home is on the
sn.r mid Quartette with Lcho,
"Song of the Chuso.-Gelbel-Mis.s-
es Corkish and GUlingnam, an..
Messrs. Epley and Perry.
Pimm duet. "Buttrelly Galop (Ca-
Vocal solo. "My Ship Comes In."
Millard Mi-.s Grace Gillingham.
Trio, "Little Farm AVell Tilled."
Prry Messrs. Epley, Cook and
Grand choms, "Night Shades no
Longer." Hossl n 1 .
Solo, "The Monarch of the Woods."
-Cherry Mr. C. W. Sears.
Quartette, "How, Boatman, Row."
Gelbel Misses Perry and Royal,
and Messrs. llurke and Howell.
Exhibition of the Anthrophone.
Piano solo (Nocturne), "Sur Ro
niiiuzu de l'Eclalre." Ascher
Mls Frankle Jones.
Trio, Charity. Rossini Solos by
Misses Parish and Gillinghani.
Vocal solo, "Who Treads the Path
of Duty." Mozart Sir. W. H.
Glee, "WhistlingFanner Boy."
Aria, "Robert, Idol of my Heart."
Meyerbeer Miss Hallie Parrish.
Glee polka, "The Harvesters' and
Gleaners' Song. From Butterlleld's
Ruth Miss Hallie Parrish as Ruth.
Concert will begin at S i M. Ad
mission, 35 cents.
rilfcHEKETE IIUTEL AKMVALS.
TtTKSDAY, AI'IUI. 3, 18S8.
A A Knit, Dixie; S Abranis, SF;
M C Hewey, J R MoKnight, J P
Reiley, F Kennedy, JO Gattner, W
P Hirton, Portland; J G McHride,
Pete French, John II Woodram, W
K Horcl, M Seigel, Cliua. Leland, S
F; Geo S Washburn, Eugene; Mrs.
S Whitley, John Barlow, Tacoina;
John Munch, Aurora; J I Mayer,
St Paul; C II Tlioinas, Newark, O.;
JI Duncan and wife, lining, Chil
locothe, Mo.; J HoHhinn, 11 Hon
nian, Kansas; E Pentler, French
Pmirie; G E Riggin, Seattle; T J
Fryer, I.uIeiK'iidence; WH Smith,
Chicago; EStratton, Omaha; G L
Custer, Delta, Cal.; RH Lee, Che
niawa ; A Hakeman, Nebraska ;
Alono Brown, Dallas; W Barlow,
Barlow station; Frank Iletseck, N.
not Ih homo for several davs vet.
Im- rimv iKvluHHlll.iml to his UhI. . ",M l"'.vsioia.i iicviiiiug u impnicio.il
Night U.foft.lat ho whs taken with , f,,r ,,,,u to ,,uikl' ,,u triP ,lt prv'Ht.
oonvuMons and up to the prenent Thentaro only six ease of nu.sliw
HiiioIh In a dHiigvrtHW wnulltlon. at the asylum, the physicians lmv
HW family U in a nwirly dwtltuto lug siuslod lu conllnlng the
ooudltkui and tliv wainty court has , dUcno to two wards w hlch ar kept
Uvnattkod tortdlovo tlulriHcew4tUs. niwrMUtlned.
The ladles, irf the Cliristkn church
i w III luvlil a dlua wvial next Friday
m4 hVtWiHi iriMl..
Smviui's nod oilier uutrkot mir-
iWiwaMUiid town have kejit tlw ' ldl- KerylKHly kmiws what a
AUmu market well wiptaiwl with i "l'"' time they alwaj lwe on
lardM "-." fur mww H. JoJui ( WM " ,"i-
G. Writflit Iwt how tHmwevd i Wm. llnnvn A Cm an lit receipt
witlptMUK iiie-iMaut, milUiw, imUiuc of mmim vtiry rtiw sivriiur rnxnU
Httd oilier nki truck to EuyH ' aimuiK the nowt l a Hue of uveas
Cll ud w 111 hM w vk o!MtiiH'iHv ertilovan, laittou, ImU and emre.
;auHb'luK lUi4urti nod oiliw VU in and sootlmni.
jSoulhont (ivir lu wlih vnw '1NmUi.v Mr. F. M. Gilbert, of (.
furiUUW. Inyt it,, lft tj,u, morutij uuh
,ilf wM,iwcv!fH. ' 1U ftwully ft ltoK Cjly, W. T.,
H. D. iluuol, uf Mouut A MeMtl- 1mm tly will ivhwIh svoh1
Umi. Ulgo to AUuy UMtiumtw or UMMtthf vU(lu( frWinU.
WH uj mw w? wwu rrwujro- Dr. J. A. IUcumaIiihi miI wife, f
avnwiwiwuMiw nir ouiwiu a San KwodwxiHiv In tb oily, Um
rlkair 6rrv there. Mr. Mount nukid, Mr ...! i m. w.,.
mm IWtp. MtMcieui irruuiHfe ik t(Wl hr tt- ikh lwb Mm Um.'Uhi lv nuu.. l .l ... ..
hit meliatk. i i.i .. k..ii.i. u.. w... uJ ..... . PHJ
I " " """" tmrrv, ww Br IW mm W IHI luto IWU UHHllU U1MM
s- . v I"" UH.urrtrfUo. lit AlhM-,twrHiMrMeBrHk.luFrfc.
11. H. MMilry, C. I. TtMNHMs VI. j V -Uk of uuwOii wurwt IMmh
Sir. N. H. Frohlichsteiii, of Mobile,
Ala., writes: "1 take great pleasure
In reconiniending Dr. King's New
J)iscovcry for Consumption, having
used it for a severe attack of Bron
chitis and Catarrh. It guvo me
instant rulief and entirely cured me
and I have not been nOHctcd since.
I also In-g to state that I had tried
other remedies with no good result.
Have also used Electric Bitters and
Dr. King's New Life Pills, both of
which 1 can recommend." Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, Is sold on a
positive guarantee. Trial bottles free
at Dr. II. W. Cox's drug store.
The executive committee of the
state fair association paid a visit to
the fair ground yesterday. They
found the track In very bad con
dition from the ruins and made ar
rangements for placing it in order.
ItYAN 1IOWK-AI St, John's rlumh, Sn
Imii, Or,. TueMlHy, Ajvrll S, lKss,l,y Uev,
Fatliw J. J, While, Mr. Tlwinas K. Hun
and Miss Alliv HoHt', Unit of Nilt'm.
ljtfwuoi WHlkrr.uf WuaJburu, nvi
itad iu ! Wroult ouuri, a tWouurrrr j
In tk miualni uf jutr NvimM,
who miu M.0WJ diujr fur
woUHOVd flUHlou. e The
wMnurrrr alW lht Uw.utuptaMul
A. Wrtftil. 11. J. WklUMj, J. Um
Mr WUK rVIU lWksa,MHl A. K.
Itipiw' WmI th itgiiii uf 4wur
Mm MMdMmi 4mwmmmi( vf wm JihiiH
UnlvoNMjr Wm Hm.
A imMmmt mmmk CJrt DuV,
rtHMKMd I tw yMM fur krwH',
Mi DMNBlK mm Um MMttHtkir'
ISmUmmI t4 mImWU
ClroHlt court lor Ywublll euuuty
a4urot Sutunv' xlgbt mhI
JUUU It P. link mtUWtd koMM
kMMlibt. DM AUormry Hit
sit OUmM (row l.yt u
NOTICE OF PAYMENT.
At) vrMHi'i twilitliH; WMrrHiu Hjptlnt.1
Murkm nainn .mhkn.sl ly ttu tnwMirvr
Hrt twreliy iiolltll u t-ut tlw Mint ft
iM'tnt, tw tlw nnMHy imi (una Hh
lhtiwri'M.a tut furtliw luti will
IVlotl Atrll rd, In,
OS, STATE STREET.
TO BE SHOWN
flTftTVMkT T T
... - A -Wrr (VI H.l.I.l. ZtJlJ. AVi.1 AJU
CRANE'S STATIONERY, rx:--; -; WRITERS,
PT.ATN AJSJJ UJlJJiivii. .. .
1 JjiVXi- ..iu-- csrfttncT.
witrnu asiu ovyiJ.wj
.UrtlJilvinu. ..; Tr, ,vn 1M.
TABLETS. FABER'S PliiNUii-.o w -
HOLDERS. RUBBER BANDS AND
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO BE SEEN "TO BE
PRFCIATED. 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 WAH
RANTED. WIRT'S FOUNTAIN PENS-BEST IN THE
MARKET. CAMBRIDGE BIBLES, CHEAPER AND
BETTER THAN THE OXFORD. BROOKS'
NORMAL TEACHER. PAGE ON
TEACHING. TRACY'S TEACH
ERS' RECORD. NORMAL
Roberts' Rules of Order.
SCRIBNER 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, ($5.00). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUITS, ($3).
THOMAS' AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST,
PRICE $2. HOP CULTURE NEW
AND REVISED EDITION,
98, STATE ST.
Brick Dental Office
L. S. SKIFF &CO.
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA HOUSE, SALEM.
Vitalized Air Given for the Painless Extraction of Teeth.
BSy-The person awakens from u pleasmt dream with the aching
Also Gold Crowns Set.
Set Dickens, 15 Volumes, half Russia, Usual Price $32.50, Our Price $20.00.
Set Lyllon, 26 " Cloth, Gilt top, " 32.50, " 23.50.
Set Thackeray, 11 " Half Morocco, " " 22.50, " 15.00.
Set Wavcrly, 12 " Half blue Calf, " " 32.50, " 17.50.
Set I P. Roc, 15 " Cloth, " 22.50, " 18.00.
Set Capt M. Reid, 10 Yok Cloth, " " 15.00, " 10.00.
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
J. BENSON STARR'S.
118, State Street,
Fin is n ew Stoc k
Csrjieis, Skkks, hrtifrs,
km "V-, Trinif,
Urjist SUck ad m Prices!
SmTOmU HHtl 1m hiv1hh1.
J. M. Uosenlrurg & Co.,
White : Corner.
uiVM 1 llil lUUl
Capital Lumbering Company!
SlANUKACTUUKltS OF AND DEALKKS IN
I llf (Wronn .limlmp
"i liUgUll LUIIIUUI,
Dressed and Undressed.
IXJNSTANTLY ON HAND:
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fence Posts,