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Third JviirM HWriet.
Clii. W.HKLT. I'roWKtiUlwAttoMWjr.
J. A. IjWlKKV 8 Senator.
J.H. KIKK'K -J
li. J. lmii.Kii
A. M. IMHH.I.W1H .
W. B. Ooi.vkk
C. P. lll'KJ
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City of Sla.
J.J. MuHi-fY Mayor.
A H. MuiHlut Ward
la. VVlM 1AM ll Ward
(ll. COI.I.IXH ib.lt Wdtll ..
!. I.ahiiik'.ihI Ward
jAi'MiNmllril Witnl ......
W. W. MKINNKK firil Ward...
Nw I1IMII 4lll WhmI ..
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i Hruii-uiHu ftwonler.
JAMMH ltll Marshal.
W.T. Itni.l Tnwwirw.
(iMt. II. lllNOIIAM Alllltlwy.
J UTlinMiwiM Htip'lofHlmiU.
C N.l'llUHVllll.l. . Chief i:nliiw!rH, I'. 1).
r h. iinirfM
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JtMKt'H AI.HKMT -HltflHll Hel V lee 1 MmTVer.
H. K. UVltoia.
J OR I JL'l K)U
Sampb (tew for Cmmrcll Trtvalwt.
From f I to per day.
Our limiH'iw StiK'k of (ids is
NOW : ARRIVING
THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE
IN LAND Dfflffff !
It wu Otnptal Yesterity ml fill lie Apia In-mtnw liy Their
LIST OF PROPERTY FOR SALE
Comprising more than 100 Pieces of
Farm and City Property.
THIS OREGON LAND COMPANY
Ki.n ollM.i.1 iHCNt 1" I'orilflml. wlio .levot. lib entire time to curing P"
A II .lerl.tlon of eli i-lcwor prorty l furntohed lilm. mid much of he property
m, Z Xl L W,i IMio...lly l.ll by lil.n, m, tlmt lie In ablo to fally drlbe It
toimrcluM. TI.I. wcent.l.y .tally vtolllmc the det..teiner tandlnBnd hot,..
oania. in wintaol with hundred, of IhmI m-ken.; he U HupplliMl III. the Ore,,.. Ln,l
....., iwiiiplitotimil proiwrty ItaUi d Ims nn nrmngemenl by which Helen.
m.-,.r- rl.il fare from l'ortlm.d to HhImii. In till" wy many peniw have been sent
bZ kepi biW in how" '"en, the proirty they have forle. Home of l.ee visitors
Z I toorw. i. to remain, and being ideed with Kalem and the Kurremidln country
hi Mm i whtpwiiwty! "then, are only on a tour of Impaction, and If plea.ed with tl
l,H0,mu11' V.1 .7' ..... i ....mn m orirnii tn reiimlii: Ktill others nroonl
in o , L rtunlly to form an opinion by actual observation. The Ony.. I-....I C......o
2 iSiyinUnue tolliworlnf toSalem large number,, oflmmlgmnU and tourist,.
bu UheyZve now on.pk.yed Col. J. M. Wright. railroad man of exte.uh e esperUm e
fr." m Ulnol., to net their agent In the wt In getting npexcurnlon. to come direct to
11.1111 III1IIWIP., ..... ........ .....I A...4 .l.nt fit.. Ill-ttVllll lltlilirfllll-
Hitlein. Thl underUlk lig will no ciihmhi y mo , f, .. ,
rjtawr on file In Ihelr oflk many hundred of letter, which they lu n
w ved fh.m watorn Hple In r.pone to advertl.ing done by then. In extern !!.
l'iUil card are now neing avui 10 um i '"""' -
Oregon Land Company's
Tk UfNi iW liw( M if tof
oer llit U SALI31
I5TIU ARRIVING DAILY.
MV CA1.I. AM) KXAMI.NR
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wmm AumttlMNt ami gwuvntani. atr uiy
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'I ho (Inwoit Unnl Onmnuiiy In nowengWHl In ormnUliw oxenrlun i.rti to
Uwve lMitvllw, Illliiol, tat Halm, Oregon. Wirtlaa dealrfng to do m owl Join the exeur
Ioim t miy point enniutn. l'or li.tbrmatlmi a to date or atartln, rout, exiwuse, etc.,
auui-.m.h. Jt Mi WRIGHT,
ltMlni Aftut Ofegon UiimI Do., Vermillion, Vermillion Co., III.
This Agent la ftirnUlieCI with ten lliouwnd eantx containing the following for iltatrl
bullon: OUKaON-Wll.lMKHB VAhliKV,
Kiny by one hunitred and tlfty inlliw. I'. H. ecrnuia reuorta atanw Oregon to In) the
liiftlilit itaU) In the I'nlon. lima alwuyn green; u ld wlniore; no not Hummem;
no ey elniww; no thunder nloriimi uofcllun'oferorw; vhvapllvlnr, tnngalfleent acanor-,
rioii unurw Utu uinoer miiun rnvi. &v nun iruit mnivs w.rtaM)ciuii in vmi
Homi Mantpalnr iwmphlel to uregm Lund CiuniNtny. at Halem. Sxeuralorw will
lenY nrnvlU. til., for Viidoin. UragoS. . lyrtJea thln. to Jln It at ftunvtlle, or ennnitc,
wttlr, J. M. WHlUHf, Vermillion, Vermillion Co., 111.
Thm WlllaUobe lii'.uiiJ In numeioua etuttwru (wiie.
We hour In thin ttwy n litiv l.v luemite 1 1..' m:uilKrorlHt.ven In mill hImiiiI Hnle n.
aud lhu Iiu'retuw the demi.nil for ueh pi'ri ;i e hae j. rtli'. V - w Itlgbl)
grMllfliHt by I tie lael thai In mi ln.rt n llino lm n Mh Inir l: f protuTty In our
hamlo fhun whlehour eimiiiioi'rM iivh t.vi, We dt-tre ii fill mntxT .mrtiiMMtilii
lUl unit pllllllb i(iiim ilnw lu lug n(v'rtj m-U :,i .!' en m l or offl. In
I In bank liluek nn itHiiuii'rt'lal HirtH't, suit in Output.
We wUh lo Nt) to ierwiii lt Ing propi ily i.r oile ili.it lb.- 'ri'iinn Uiml Ciuupanv
! In tin Iiiialmwiiir tut) In mid M-lllttg :imikti. Il Ikh home '.tiotltittlim, U-lng owned
and miitniUnt l men ho niv unit luixe Ihiik Kvi. Itli.tlltlnl with the linln lnlr
l"l Knb-lll. II U ptli-KOlnn . I Us .ul mll mid b i- i.lrx'Hih enuitcl oiti- IhoOMIld
itollnn. hi HdMriinliw ShIi-iii It t not nil i'XIhmIiiu'ih. but Ulmi! iiiiivuIiik well-lrled
melltiMU ItuM ar.' Mill known in produce d-iIuhi i.uli, In., to ktvp Ihtiuhanlagiwor
our an iioit iN'rii.iiiii iviou .no puiuu 11 Mi.vi r oiixtwt up 'li li,'iippllwt(ii Ui
biulu milt enriteal flloiu to -.iiIumtw lln llll'n.l of ll pnlnaiik 11 U not herv Ul
lki'till Oliei Im a blwllli bill prvpn- I I hllllu IU ll t llalollleri. It proutk-M Ul
laivi'lt xleud II-oi-Hllon. 111 tin- liliireuaoppir1uult otter.
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
Those who have usedltm
ftlatat iAk ill Ilka MdlluIL..II.... .....I ..
JOHN KNIGHT, Tht H
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Sca(r CiMa,Ur.4 4rkltJhrQ&
Nothing but Praise
..wwv ., ., w ,,. i j viuuii iv ivant"
tl are glxlng wtlnftirUoii, mtd a eut
lonierMllh llnitielililaiM) It U tlww.lv
reme.l that gli tuatant relief.
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iiieetlng with Umv allien. WWr
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t tint It u 111 tiixiiiplUlt the end dMtfWt
in all altlvlliuia of I lie Thnwt and Lmg
Will lltioul II .vurvrlr, bat Wtll
niMiuiiH'Ud It lo other, at IhtMaMldl
lmr iKme, who have Irinl evanStag
, lat III tmlu. UlVMlM u u.t
1..111. i i .ku w . . r
lutLftlwav AHit IIm.
inning Mtm of one ikitUr can tnintaaar
a rvaied' thai will ataud hetwaitl you
antutrollu mot dreaded uf Pnawin
UnHilaroafiit '-- nuliiiinifOlhiil
: Convinco You
(hkfUr nut pttMlMaW
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rHll.ll AND Ol'ARAXTKKl) KY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
1Q6 STATE ST., SAL12M, OK.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, WNosale Depot,
HOW A COLLEGE STUDENT SUPPEC
WITH THE PRESIDENT.
The Hoy Kob the Jlenroo.t or One ol
th racHlty-AMceVounir 3Ian Cnnghl
In n Trap Before the Faculty The Ke
flnement of Torture.
In the early years of this century, whei
log bouse were Kood enough for the arerag
nSmrian. a certain doctor presided ovei
Franklin college. ,,,,. t olru.
The simple habits of their dignified 8ir
did not prevent tlw boys of those days from
having their fun-indeed, they carried on ar
amount of devilment which the college boyi
of theae times would consider reepectable.
Thebo)-s thought that anything was fait
which would make oneof the faculty the vic
tim of a Joke, and on one occasion they law
a dark plot to rob the doctor's poultry yard
and afterward celebrate the event by n mid
The doctor's chickens were the pndo of nil
domestic establishment, and he had built fot
their accommodation a log house. The log!
were "notched down" at the corners and held
in place by their own weight nnd the roof.
At a lata hour the boys repaired to the hen
house, armed uith ft fenco rail. It was ar
easy matter to insert the rail between twe
logs nnd prize up those above, so as to makl
an opening through which a man could crawL
A dapper young fellow, who had visited thl
doctor's daughters, went in and began to pul
the chickens off tho roost nnd wring thell
necks. While ho did so tho boys outside kepi
their weight on tho rail, and so kept thl
crack open for his escape. The nico young
amn, whom we will call Bob, had dropped
about a dozen chickens outside, and thl
whole crowd was in high gleo over tho pros
DANGER AT 1TAND.
Just then a big, old rooster crowed.
"Lookout, Bob; break that rooster's necl
and stop his noise."
"Sh! What's thatr
Tlmi-n w n low PTOttl.
"Hoi's, you liavo let theso logs down toe
low; lift them a II ttlo so I can get out. Be
quick about it"
At that instant there was a loud bark nnd
a big dog bounded into the poultry yard.
The boys on the outride for an instant stood
their ground. They dropped the rail nnd
they grabbed chance weapons to beat off the
dog, but before thoy could disable him the
door of the doctor's residrnce opened and his
tall figure appeared. The boys scattered, nil
The logs had come together ngain mid
Bob was a prisoner, lie crouched in a cor
ner and held his breath, hoping that he would
be overlooked, but the dog told where he was.
By this time tho doctor had come up and
other members of the family came out, eager
to see who was caught in the man trap.
"Why, it's Bob."
"Who would have thought it?'' Tho ex
clamations were heard In tho house aud
echoed by the young ladies. Then the door
of the log house was oiened and tho young
man was sent to the dormitory. He was
called before tho faculty tho next morning.
The ioor fellow would have sold himself for
a wing, and expected to lie peremptorily ex
polled nnd iierhnps proiecuted.
THIS DOCTOR'S COKCLUSIO.NS.
Meantime the doctor had thought the mat
ter over. He was a man of great sagacity in
tho management of bjs, and he recognized
this freak as a piece of wild mischief which
might not be meanness. Ho resolved to give
tho matter such disposition as would put n
sober head on the young man. Accordingly,
when Hob appeared, looking liko a criminal,
the doctor lectured him severely, but in a
fatherly way, and told him that such an
offense must not go w ithout a severe punish
ment. Bob expected the sentence of his expulsion.
With measured tones, like n judge pronounc
ing the death sentence, the doctor said:
"Mr. , I will expect you to fake supjiei
with me to-night, and, aa you show a fond
neat for chicken, the fowls you took off the
root last night w ill be on tho table."
Bolt would rather have lieen expelled. But
for tho ilUtress it w ould cause his iwreuts he
would hae gone homo. In spite of his lark!
thoro was good stun In Bob, and with a tii
mcirious effort he resolved U fao the imi.ie.
It Is iit.iHWstibl.i to describe the mental ag
ony Hob went through that evening when he
tut at the table where the doctor presided
with courtly dignity.
Uia elegant wife could not liavo been more
courteous to an honored gueot than she was
to rkib, and her daughters treated the young
man as cordially as ever. Not a word was
said alamt the affair of the night liefore, but
the 1.. v dish of chicken was like a mount
ain iu i uo ixxir boy eyea. It w as the refine
ment of torture when tlw doctor, with the
utntoat suavity, WIhh1 him to the choicest
The situation, which, under ordinary cir
cumstances, would liave been ludicrous,
uuder the doctor's cotuosure and his wife'i
tact was carried almost to the pathetic.
It was a Us-oii w ritten on Hob's memory ic
burning letters, and he never forgot lu At
The candidates on the Marion county
republfcan ticket will "tth?h
ne polltleallssues of the day th'10
ine times and places, and respectfully in
Spring candidates to participate In
the discussien: , .
IariontJIonday May 21,, Oodok.ook
Jeffersom Monday. Maya;
Turner, Tuesday Ma-,.
Aumvillc,Tue8daj,.Mij.. , ,
o'clock. .,.,. Mnv as. i o'clock. .
mh erion. r. '""i,"-r jlav 26. 10 o'cIocK.
Jit. Angel, Saturday, Jinj g . , k
J ,-tayTio o'clock.
iluttevllle, VtoS25&yg$a S'dScfc
llrx)ks, 'Friday June 1,2 oouick.
GervaK Saturday, J me 2.2 1 c i mock.
Mem, Saturday, lune?,' ij-..
Chairman Kcpubllcan Co. Central Com.
Shortest Itoute !
Fastest Time I '
KS- Apply for information to
WILL- H- HARRY,
Capital Journal un.ee, pumm.
A Thl ti Hxoiiav.
"What niakm Uw milk this nMrnlDg seem
Like oitr old raahloonl eoutttrjr creamr
I Mil. wHh a sarcastic glaaui.
To w)- HuMkiuau'k fair daughter.
Hsr jt a look of aadiaaw wore;
-It saaat ooew, air, any were;
Bat siaea ' morad book from the store
Oar eons doat got much watar."
After HjiIm lu 1'arl.
In rHu there U a reporter who plays a
waupM roiswn ui Franco jiiuruHhsm. n
tsth'inoosMU- qui suit les fenum " And
aadcaafi most assiduiHialy. Ooca on tbstr
rack ha noya Ukos his lynx y off Utani.
Xifhi and day, note book in hand, he follow
them up. But not with the same object ai
the UMb past of Uw strast or the aroa "i
Ha is animated with nothing but the lairwt
patrioUi- motives. Hs la, la fact, on the Jook
out fur foraign apiw in pstticoata. Any
woman who looks Tautonio in appuanci) k
MImI as a suspoft wnow namanante are
ctaaaly watrtw.1 and afterward raoordad ia
TVs Lantarna. tho journal which s. f.awa.nnli)
anonch to is this naporturial ma-juno.
Up to the prawat ha has sttcosMlad inbaav
ftMR two victims, whom h oondudad wn
amwh artai uf Haannrck In dharuhat, bwaM
thy navar paa.nd rYsMch koldiars without
kwking at tham, and kapt uii a mntarimai
rataMiwathip with a -inonsisnr hlond.' The
SW' inanm has, tharafor, advanead a staaa
An turaatu woman in Franca, bwanseTfor.
Sfttaa. thay haifc hstara.tina.iy at Franca
tMarj', or hold any wannwmloaWon whh a
wonalinr hhasd,'' ar. UafaW to l WumeJ
Oown by tha MiraadmppinK rsAaantattw of
tho crando rportafa.-i.lMosgx Tunat.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the County Courtof tho Stateof Oregon,
for Marion County.
In the matter of the estate ol Andrew
Noltice'lsdhe?eSby given that I have filed
my flSa nSS. and that Monday, tho
7tli day of May, 18fe, nt 10 a. , in., has been
set fMhearing objections toJheMmc
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PAS RAILROAD
Oregon Development Company's Steam
225 MILES SH0RTER---20 HOURS LESS TIME
than by any other route.
riri.t-rl.iss Through rasenger and Freight Line
fiom l'ortland and all points in the
Willamette Ullcy to ami
from San Francisco.
PROHTbITION COUNTY TfcKEL
PJROF. G. M. MILLER.
T. F. CAJiIPBELL, '
IJ. F. RAMP,
DR. A. C. KINNEY.
T W DAENPORT
H S JORY,
J D DARBY,
J G EBERHART,
W I RAY,
VIRGIL H READ
W P JOHNSON,
AV T VAN SCOY,
J D HURST,
F A FORD,
W B MAGERS,
Willamette River Line of Steamers:
The "Win. M. Hook," the "N. & Bent
ley," the "Three Sister,'' lenvo Portland 8
a. in. Hoiiilaro, eihu'-ilaj s and Fi iilaj s, from
Me-sfr. Hofmnn il Co's dock, 200 and 202
1'iont sticet, for Oiegon City, lluttelllc,
Clinniiloeg, Salem, Independence, Albany,
Connllti, and Intermedlnto points, mak
ing close connection nt Alb.my with trains
ot the Oiegon I'ailflc liallroad.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays):
Leave Albany 1:00 PM
heme Con allls 1:17 PM
Arrle Ynquinn ------- 5:50 PJI
Leave Ynquinn- ------ -0:30 A 31
l.eno Corxallls 10:38AM
AiilNO Albany 11:15AM
O. A C. tmins connect at Albany and
The above trains connect nt YAQUINA
with the Oregon Development Cos Lino
of Steamships between Yaqulna nnd San
bTEAMEIlS, FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Wllliunetto Valley, April 20
Wlllnmette Valley, - May 10
Wllliunetto Valley May 21
Willamette Valley May 31
STEAJIEHS. FK03I YAQUINA.
Willamette Valley . May 5
Willamette Valley May 13
Willamette Valley Mny 20
This company reserves the right to
change sailing dates without notice.
N. II. Passengers from Portland nnd nil
llltimette Valley points can mnko close
connection with tho trains of tho
AOUINA ROUTE at Albany or Con nllis,
aud If destined to San Francisco, should
arrange to nrrivont Ynquinn the evening
befoie date of sailing.
Passenger and Freight Kates Alw.ns the
i'JVysJv.llprluronnntlon apply to Messrs.
11UI.MAN Co Freight and Ticket
As-entn 200 and 202 Front st Portland, Or.,
or to '
C.C. IIOQUK, Ac't Gen'l Frt. &
Pass. Agt., Oregon Pacific II. R. Co.,
Pass. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., 301 Jlonlgomerv' st.;
nail r nincisco, cnl.
Overland to California
Oregon k California Rail IW
THE MOUXT SHASTA ROUTE
Time lietween Salem and San Franelsto-Thirty-six
CALIFORNIA KXl'RESS TKAIS DAILY.
1:00 p.m. Lv. Portland Ar. 10:Wa.m.
0:30 p. m. Lv. Salem Lv. fe:80a.m.
7:10 a. m. Ar. Snn Fran, Lv. 0:30 p. m.
LOCAL I'ASSENGmi TltAIN ( DAILY EX-
8:00 n. m. t,v. Portland Ar. il.jp.m.
12 n. m. Lv. Salem Lv. 12:52 p. m.
12:40 p. m. Ar. Kugcno Lv. 9KX)a,m.
I'VIiLMAX BUFFET SLEEl'EES.
Excursion Sleeners for second-class pas
sengers on all through trains free of
Tho O. & 0. Railroad ferry makes con
nection with all tho reciilar trains onthe
East Side Division from foot of F street,
West Side Division, Between PoilM
DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY).
12:25 p. 111.
0:15 p. in.
1:30 p.m. I
M'MINNVILLE UXI'UESS TRAIN (DAILY I
130 p. in. Lv. Portland Ar. I ltuua.m.1
8:00p.m. Ar.aicMlnnvlileLv. 6:15a.m.
At Albany and Corvnllls connect with 1
trnlns of Oregon Paclflo Railroad.
For full Information rccardlng rate,!
maps, etc, apply to tho Company's aeent,j
Salem, Oregon. E. 1'. K0GERS,, I
R. KOEIILER, G. F. nnd Pass. As t E
Post Your Friends in the East!
EVERY ONE COMPLIMENIS
Us on our weekly edition, as It contalnsso
much excellent reading matter. "JPJx
poso writing up tho fruit interests of tnU'
section, nnd you ennnot do better ttan
havotho weekly mailed to your frlendseK'
whom you wish to post on tho resources oi
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES!
A flno lino of hncks, huggies, carU,cj
rhiges, buckboards, etc, llo A ourow
iiuiKO ana mo uesi easicru iuu m-
Every one Warranted!
J0BBJNG and HORSESHOEING
Call on tho undorelgned, vraw'M'S
rlagc makers nnd blnoksmlths, w n
ana 8H Commorolnl street. eh'"
Scriber -:- and : PohlE
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Capital Lumbering Company
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DKALKRS IN
If Vni'ifittf nf llimninn T .lllllllAl
U1 mvbm uuuw"
Dressed and Undressed.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND:
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fence Posts
SALEM3 - 0REG(W