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UCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
lltiiztd Account of Doings in City
AX EDUCATIONAL CIRCULAR.
A Good Immigration Scheme. A
way to Advertise (he State.
State Superintendent McElroy
litis issued a circular to the superin
tendents of schools in the several
counties setting forth the fact that
the National Educational Associa
tion ill he held in San Francisco,
Ivcinninp; July 16. He extends an
earnest invitation to all superinten
dents, teachers and friends of edu
cation to attend, and places hefore
them the importance of this great
convention to them.
Superintendent McElroy has also
appointed all the county and city
superintendents as an executive
committee. The circular further
states that very low round trip rates
of travel have already heen secured
from the Oregon Pacific nnd the
Oregon Railway & Navigation coin
panics. The O. P. will sell round
trip tickets from Albany or Corvallis
to San Francisco and return for 14.
These tickets Will be good for 60
days, and will be sold to all persons
who attend the national association.
The 0. It. & N. Co. will sell round
trip tickets from Portland to San
Francisco and return for ?25. This
rate will be good for 60 days, and
open to all, and Will include a
membership fee of $2, which will
entitle the holder to all the privileges
of the National Association, includ
ing a. bound volume of the proceeding1-,
etc., which makes the real rate
'23 for the roujul trip. The Oregon
Hallway & Navigation company
will also furnish reduced rates from
all points in Eastern Oregon to
l'oitland. Negotiations are now in
progress with the Oregon & Califor
nia railroad relative to reduced rates.
An educational bulletin will be
Usual soon setting forth all details
of the trip, etc. "It is expected to
establish headquarters (for Oregon)
at the Baldwin hotel, Market street,
8au Francisco. These headquarters
will be maintained during the as
sociation and will include a bureau
of information (relative to Oregon) for
the thousands of visiting teachers
from the east. It is suggested that
each county send as many repre
sentatives ns possible and that they
lie supplied with such pamphlets,
circulars and other county immi
gration literature ns may be desirable
for circulation. "With this in view,
it is suggested that county superin
tendents confer with their county
board of immigration (if one has
been established) roluti ve to such aid
as they mav be able to give in carry
ing out the above plan." Further,
the circular says: "During the
present year, there has been more
public spirit shown in Oregon than
at any other period in the history
f the state nnd it' is quite certain
that the National Association will
give an opportunity equal, if not
superior, to any other ever aflordod
for disseminating information and
knowledge relative to the advance
ment and development of our great
find growing state. "We hope, there
fore, to secure the co-operation of all
our superintendents and teachers in
this etlbrt in behalf of enterprise and
education, and shall be glad to hear
from you at the earliest practicable
day." Superintendent McElroy
will likely leave for San Francisco in
a few days, to formulate further
plans for the attendance of Oregon
Vou cannot nflbnl to wusto time
in experimenting when your lungs
are in dange. Consumption always
'oi-nw at first only n cold. Do not
dmlt any dealer to impose upon
'u with some cheap imitation of
Dr. Kind's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, but bo
mv ii get the genuine. liecHueu
hi' 'in make more profit he may
Ml ou he has something just as
h, orjuBt the Mime. Don't bo
jtavived, but insist upon getting Dr.
h"ig's New Discovery, which is
f uanteed to give relief in all throat,
ung and chest aflbctlons. Trial
'"tt.i-sfnv at H. W. Cox's drug
Large bottles $1.
Mra4a, tbe QU King.
The Dramaticeliib of Lincoln will
"Jt this beautiful drama, on fciat
"May evening, My 18th, t Lincoln
nail !'..,,. Yl. .ilto I.. ..itn.1 C..1
. "M lire unre ........... n..t.
' ixvjured for h moonlight
tor HMvlrM to i'sl4r.
Tabu- cutlery, crockery, illslie,
gL--uaiv, silverware, luiiqwin targe
rtniut, Jaw, crook. et, ete.,
" t licdrook price, at S. Farrar,A
Freeh strawberries at A. Strong fc
Mrs. Ed. Hirsch is in
Mrs. E. Bray went to Portland
Oscar Jounson 1ms gone
for a few days.
A. Bush went to Portland on
Thirty bread tickets for one dol
lar at A. Strong & Co's.
Painless dental operations nt Dr.
T. C. Smith's, 02 State street.
Hon. Geo. II. Williams returned
home to Portland this morning.
C. A. Robert went to Portland
this morning, with his daughter.
Mayor Van B. DeLashmutt of
Portland spent last night in this
Remember, ladies and have your
spring dresses made at Mrs. A. II
Go to E. L. L. Johnson's for gen
uine bargains in fancy and staple
Isadore Jacobs, of Yaquina City, n
prominent merchant on the bay, is
in the city.
New hats, a large and fine assort
ment, just received at Mrs. A. H.
Farrar's. "Will be sold very low.
Frederick H. Steinbreehor, a
native of Germany, filed notice of
his intention to become an American
Supt. McElroy leaves to-day for
Hillsboro, where lie will lecture
before the Washington county
Misses Lena and Minnie Brcyman
went to Portland this morning to
be present at the wedding of Miss
Detmcrlng, a cousin.
Parasols, handkerchiefs, collars,
cull's, hosiery, corsets, tnd under
wear at prices that will astonish the
natives at E. L. L. Johnson's.
Co. I, 2nd reg't., at Macleay, has
invited B Co. of thiscity to afriend
ly riile shoot to occur in the, near fu
ture, for a medal to be paid for by
the losing company.
The Band of Hope will meet at
W. C. T. U. rooms, on Saturday af
ternoon, at three o'clock. The chil
dren are requested to be prompt as
it is desired to have them photo
graphed. Not ice cream 5, But pure Jersey,
with delicious strawberries and ex
cellent cake at the Christian church
parlors, Friday night, May 11th.
Put an extra two-bit piece in your
vest pocket and don't forget to go.
Mr. F. II. Ertel of the New York
Morning Journal, unil A. G, Bat
tersly of the Cincinnati Enquirer,
are in the city. They aro advertis
ing agents and are in conference
with the Salem advertising commit
tee, endeavoring to get an advertise
ment of this city in their papers.
Churchill &,Cook in the agricultur
al works building.havo just finished
the moulding orders for Vance's,
Mrs. RIely's, C. A. Robert's, Pur
der's new houses, and are now get
ting out the moulding and fancy
work for Krause's elegant new cot
tage. Rev. J. Bowersox who lias been
the presiding elder of this district
for several years, in tho Evangelical
church, has been located, by the
conference,at Sprague, W. T., where
he will probably remove soon. The
Salem appointment is to be supplied,
as Rev. J. M. Dick will probably
return to tho oast.
The governor has commissioned
as notaries public, S. B. Linthicuin,
and F. V. Drako of Portland; J. W.
Hamnkerof Linkvillo;B. F. Bend,
Irving; T. J. Buford, Yaquina City;
C. W. Starr, Monroe; J. K. Reader
Lfldtino; and Thus. Kilvort of New
York as commissioner of deeds.
Tho third annual convention of
tho Sundav school workers of Ore
gon will bo held in the First Baptist
church at Albany on Tuesday, Wed
nesdny and Thursday, tho 22d, 2Sd
and 24th of May. Arrangements
have been made with tho O. & C. It.
R., Orogon Pacific It. 1$., and the
Narrow Guage lines for reduced
rates. All paying full faro in going
to tho jfonvontlon will be returned
at one-fifth full fare.
A Smith's Fulls correspondent
tells of the excitcmont caused in
tliat town by the discovery of h sea
serpent, waving its fin above the
wator. A dynamite cartridge was
tljfbd, serpent disappeared for a few
momenta, and then appeared again.
Twice more cartridges wore explod
ed, and still It floated. Then a boat
was nrocure!. hik! careAil Invent i
ifMtion with long pole revealed the
toot that the riMit wan a iileoe of
cloth which had lloaUnl do li from
one of the niilh and caught in mune '
refUe in the hottoiit of the river.
MtSS JONKS' COXCERT.
A very good audience occupied
thechnirs at Reed's Opera house
last evening, the occasion being
Miss Franklo P. Jones' first publtc
concert. The house would lmvo
held a few more, and those who
fttilod to go-missed the greatest treat
that has been oilbred to the Sttlem
public in a long time.
After the opening selection by the
orchestra, an eight hand selection
by Misses Dnlrymple, Hughes, Brey
nittn and Reynolds gave to the au
dience an inkling of the excellent
character of the entertainment that
was to follow. Miss Edith Hughes
rendered Chopin's Grand Valse
Brillantc a very difficult selection
in a very excellent manner, show
ing perfect mastery of her art.
A duet by Misses Kate Reynolds
and Jessie Dalrymplc was followed
by Ernani, Ernani, Involami, by
Mrs! W. A. Wetzell, the rendition
of which proved her to be in excel
lent voice, and certainly no more
pleasing, thoroughly cultivated and
powerful voice was ever heard on a
Salem stage. In response to an en
thusiastic encore, she sang that
beautiful plantation song, "Way
down upon the Swuuce libber."
Les Couriers, piano solo, MKs Jessie
Dalrymplc, "The Jolllot boys alive"
Messrs. Pnrvin, Bugley, Cooke and
Burke, a pleasing waltz by Misses
Jessie Breyman, Ethel Crane, Maud
Hirsch and Blanche Woodfood, fol
lowed In regular order, and Mrs.
Louis Kulin rendered Donnizetta's
famous Linda do Chamouny in ex
cellent style. Mrs Kuhn's playing
is that of the finished artiste. Prof.
J. M. Coomer's "Carnival of
Venice" a very dillicult cornet
solo, with variations, received a very
hearty encore. "The Last Rose of
Summer," wus executed on two
pianos by Misses Lulu Smith and
Lena Breyman, and Miss Laura
Goltra gave the lat two movements.)
from, Beethoven's moonlight sonata.
in a delightful manner. A humor
ous reading by the talented young
elocutionist, Miss Brown, was en
cored, and the encore was responded
to with "Cuddle doon." Miss Jones
Jhen played Weber,s Concert
Stucke, and In rcsponso to long
continued applause rendered "Bub
ling Spring, There is no use for the
writer to say'nny thing of the char
acter of Miss Jones' execution. It
is always artistic. Mrs. Wetell
then again raised tho enthusiasm
of the house, by singing Bobolink.
Her response to another vociferous
encore was "Bonnie, Sweet Bessie,
the Maid of Dundee." Comment is
unnecessary. Such a song and such
a voice, when properly blended, cer
tainly make a happy combination.
Wollenlmupts' Grand Concert
march, by Mrs. Krau'-se, Misses
Moores, Scriber and Moores, well
rendered, was followed by Mr. James
Ross in "I fear no foe," and as an
encore which he always gets, and
deserves, "Jerusha Jane and T."
This most excellent entertain
ment then closed with "Sounds
from tlie Ohio," an eight hand selec
tion by Misses Lulu Hirsch, Jessie
Breyman, Mabel Adair and Jcancttd
Meredith. H can safely be written
that this concert was fully equal in
every musical and artistic sense
to any ever before given in Salem.
A Ftsthe Cowboy.
On Tuesday, nt Independence, a
gay and festive gentleman of the
genus cowboy, became rather too
big for his boots, and begun, he hav
ing purchased and imbibed several
decoctions of the fiery fiuid, to think
he owned the town. Getting too
noisy, City Marshall Bolutnnan en
deavored to arrest him, when the
follow, whoo liuiiio could not bo
learned, drew a knife, and stubbed
the marshal In the arm.
He then escnied, and ran out of
town, but tho marshal got n crowd
together and started after him.
They cormled the fellow out on tho
road, tho marshal pointed a pistol
at the fellow, and so did another
man In the crowd. Tho Jullow
drew Ills knife ngniir howove'r, but
was knocked down twloe by a man
from behind, before he could bo sul
dued. He was then handcuffed,
and taken to the city jail. He Is
being examined to-duy lwloro the
justiueof thepeacolu IndoendciH.'0.
Sfwlal Jl idling.
There will bo n iwfll moetiiitf of i
Sedgwick AVomeu's Hellf CorM Ht j
their Imll In tliU elly TuoMlny evon
lug, May 16th fur the traiiMutloti of j
legul anil other linportMUt buiiuiw
All iiietnbi'rB an reqinwle-l to Ik
IMVasent. IS. A. Jtynre, I'reyldunt. ,
nut lt ef lrld Prelt.
Dried lnvtariiitt., ieuchc, rl-
-oU, imwix, uppk-w, bla-kU.-rrie,
pnineM, jduiim, etc., !. Tlie ttne(
ever brought into tlii murkH at H.
Karrar A Co's.
1 Iip ramlUl.itv on the Marlon county
republuim ticki-i will mlrinxMhe pnblleon
the lMlltU-,,1 K,ue it tlie lnv nt the fWlow-
Ing tlimmul pine"., unit nfepectftill ln-
i "2 ' ' "" ranuiuaic 10 iwnicumio in
iliirlon, Mnndny, Mny 21, 10 o'clock.
JrttermMi, Monday. Mny 21. Ht t o'clock.
Turner. Tnpolny. Mnv 22, lb o'clock.
Attln Ule. Turmlay, Mny 32, 2 o'clock.
yjavton, Tuesday, .Slav 33, S o'clock.
Mclmnin, Wednesday, Mny SB, 1 o'clock.
liltenker, Thursday, May 24, 10 o'clock.
linn ell l'mlrle, Thursday, May ,
Sllwrton.l'rltlnj May 25, 1 o'clock.
Mt. Angrt. Saturday. May i, 10 o'clock.
ondtnu n, Monday, May 38, 2 o'clock.
Hubbard. Turning. May 2H, H) o'clock.
Aurora, Tiiedav. Mav ai S o'clock.
. .. ...... -, . iiii..iimii-ii.iiinnTti
(iPnilk SntllMlnv. .Tune 9 n'elnek.
Salem, Salurdaj ,' June 2, S o'clock.
i:o. it. lirnxKiT,
omnium iicpuoucnu Lo.
The Reliable Grocers,
KELLER & SONS,
Arc Still on Top,
Ixcmusui) Pathoxaok !
Xi:v Goods !
Join tho imK-c-slmt and send In your
orders wo will tient you line.
Ever body speaks In pmNeof our canned
good. They cannot bo tunusscd Iniiunllty.
Iook nt our dNplny w Indowsns you pass.
They mo tilled with delicious things.
For tho Ladies: Call and CAauiino our
Labor-SnviiiK Carpet Hwecpers lour styles.
FenUicrdustersnlways in .stock.
Jamaleu Hnniinns, direct n qui New Yoik.
Big fellow!) and very Juicy.
KELLER & SONS,
FARMERS, -:- ,LIVERYMEN
And others In need of
fcam or Carriage Harness:
It will bo to your lutciest to call upon mo
befoio purchasing clscwhete, as I huvo tho
largest and most comjilcto Mock In tho city.
Prices reduced to suit tho times. Just re
ceived a lino lino or
Carriage Harness from A. F. Rfsslcr t Co,
For which I um solo nirent. Thco hnrnchs
nionU mado iroiu
First Class Pittsburg Leather,
"Warranted.-1 The llnest lino of Posters,
Horary HobeR. and Whips In tho city. All
theM) goods 1 am selling at very closo fig
ures. MiiauKing tno puuiiuioriuciriiocrai
patronage In tho past, I shall endeavor by
strict attention to biihlnehs to merit a con
tinuance of their favors In thenttute.
15. S. LAMPORT,
mO WHOM IT .MAY CONCKUN NO
I tlco Is hereby given that tho under
signed has been appointed administrator
of the OHtnto of It. A. (iesner late of said
county, decejised, by the hononiblo county
court of tho state of Oregon, for tho county
of .Marlon. All persons having clalniH
against said estate aro heicby rcipilred to
prc-ont thom with proiicr ouchcrs to tho
undorslgned at tho olllco of J. J, Murphy,
Orlswold's block, Salcin, Oregon, Mltliln
sl mouths from tho date of this notice,
Admlnlstnitor of said ostate,
ftilom, Ogn., May 11, 1WW.
Tho State Insurance Coinnanv of Haloin.
Oregon, will receive bids for tho erection of
a threo story (brick and mansard loof), of
Ike building. Plans ami specifications may
bc.seen at tho ollicoof Walter Pugli, Solum,
i Oregon, lihls will be closed on tho 151 li, at
2 o'clock l'. M.
Tho right Is resorved to i-elect any and all
STATU INHITKANCN COMPANY,
by II. W. Cotti.k, See'y and Mgr.
I'loposals For Wood.
riKAI.KI) PHOPOHAIJS WII.I UK UK
ltelvwlat tho olllco of tho sudatory of
state until 12 M of May i.11, 1H-LS for tho do
llery on or before July 1ft, on the oopltol
? rounds, of 150 cords or on It nnd 7i cords of
Oak must be either grub or sound body
timber out from thrllty trow and not more
limn six months cot.
Mr must be cut fiom live trees.
All wood must bo four feel long, roasoua
bl straight ami not les tlmn i lnchert In
ScHirute bids ulll be rwuhed Ht the
same time and place for cutting Into three
lengths the above wood, and storing the
Hume In the cupltol building ; storage to bo
completed by September I
aii iinis uiii ue m
lat the above olllee
ui i v. ', .iiirj Mill.
llPJ). W. McIlIUDK,
HecrelHry of State.
I'ost Your Friends in (lie East !
V ou our WDeklr edition, us It oontalim so
much eauelUuit reading nuttier. H'i
rrUttut up tlie fruit liitereatoof
wtion, miiryou cannot do bettor tlian to
H you win
have the weeKIr mulled to your menilet
whom you wUlilo ihmI on the renoureun of
Cash Grocery Store,
ISAAC S. STQNER. PMfrkter,
. TA'nj T., V SAI.BM.
GroccrK ftnril (ivttbt, I'rttk VegtOWw,
Iul received it nliiwirlfala la
Ne -:- Orleans -:- Biking -:- Molaites.
Jim ie Ule, WcdiiPMlN , May 80, 10 u'
i-iuiniiHeK. Wednesday, May: ,8oc
St. t am, TliurMlHV, Mnv 80, 2 o clock
llriuil... l.Vlili,,' l....i .1 ...!.. l.
For Books, Stationery 4 Fancy Goods !
If I j Si
9S, STATK STKEKT.
ASK TO 13 K SHOWN :
CRAXE'S STATIONERY, PLAIN AND FANCY. ASUTON LE
(IAL CAP, PLAIN AND NUMBERED. TYPE W1UTEUS'
' lATERTAL. ACME "WRITING AND SCHOOL
TARLETS. FAREIPS PENCILS AND PEN
HOLDERS. RURRER RANDS AND
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO 1113 SEEN TO RE AP
PRECIATED. McOlLL'S STAPLE PRESSES
AND STAPLE HINDERS.
Tissue Paper of all Shades, and Materials
for Paper Flowers.
MARIE TODD'S DIAMOND POINTED GOLD PENS ALL WAR
RANTED. WIRT'S FOUNTAIN PENS REST IN THE ,
MARKET. CAMRRIliE R1RLES, CHEAPER AND
RETTER THAN THE OXFORD. RROOKS'
NORMAL TEACHER. PAGE ON
TEACHING. TRACY'S TEACH
ERS' RECORD. NORMAL
Roberts' Rules of Order.
SCRIRNER LOG ROOK. GILLCHRIST'S MANUEL FOR IN
FANTRY OFFICERS, (PRICE 1.00). UPTON'S TACTICS,
AND REED'S REVISED EDITION, () CENTS.
For FVuit Grower :
PEAR CULTURE FOR PROFIT, (1.00). DOWN I NO'S REVISED
NEW EDITION FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMER
ICA, (3.00). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUITS, ($:t).
THOMAS' AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST,
PRICE 2. HOP CULTURE NEW
AND REVISED EDITION,
98, STATE ST.
Set Dickens, 15 Volumes, lialf Russia, Usual Price 5112.50, Our Price 520.00.
Set Lj-IIod, 2C " Clolli, dill lop, " " 32.50, " 23.50.
Set Tliackcray, II " Half Morocco, " " 22.50, " 15.00.
1 Waverly, 12 " llair bluo Call; " " 32.50, " 17.50.
Set Il P. lioe, 15 " Clolli, " " 22.50, " IS.00.
Set Capf. M. Ileid, 10 Vols. Clolli, " " 15.00, " 10.00.
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
. BENSON STARR'S.
118, State Street,
Carpels, Shades, I'orlicrs,
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
I'lolliiiig and Hals.
Latest Slock ami Lowest Prices !
JD0rCaU nftil bo coiivlncoil.
J. M. Itosoiiberg it Co.,
White -:- Corner.
The Stiiiiiliml Coiiiljiimlioii Fence!
No. 260 Commwcfal St
All St)1os of Fencing; Mnilo lo Onler
ON WJ-IOK'I KOTIOlfc
Rock Bottom Grocery,
T. HUCIIANAN, I'HOl'.,
Oor. Court and HlxU tr(.,
Kmjw oaaatoalljr on luutd felt line of
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in iiiii.wiiiniiH'itu Vuiitiy;u:tiii)
InWaUin who Ulilu r-ncli iil for MUM
cum Um mgiililt'nit Kiunlry tmtW
;li)iil(l M(lrtl In IIih
Weekly Capital Journal!
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. tltti town iMtiit bu( III WMklr t4IUu
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