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IfALAXD GENERAL NEWS
Account or Doings in Cily and
MEMORIAL DAY EXEKC1SES.
Ltkhg of the Program for Wed-
nesday, the G.A.R. have
Tied to have a parade of the
land other organizations, and
irch out to the cemetery, and
te the graves 01 uie ueau -
" t,. ,i will form on
B i ii.. .t.1t i-ioftiw
mmereinl street, iub hb"" -""b
State street, u.. . r 7 , "
., dm ppineterv at naif
-m tm-re " "- -
1 nomi T nonmanies of the 2nd.
V i,n rPPiincntal hand, and pcr-
!'..,. oortPt conmany from the
t aem school will form as a
dtorionunaer com, ,,..
tC.Smltli, wno uus ----- i"v -
ng preliminary oritur m icg-iiu
jthegeuemlformntion oi iuu imi-
lien: , ,
HE4DQUAKTEKS SUU ttlvui., I
special Orders, No. 15 :
J Tiiftnlion will bo formed for
-nde ou decoration day, in front
. i .nw nf. one o'clock
JIO. i illl"" J I "-
Bv order of Cor.. T. C. Smith.
Official: AV. W. HUNT, Adujtant.
nnlers will he issued hy Wednes-
tav morning, making the details of
!nr cuard. color sergeant, right
ad general guides, etc. The adju
st, quartermaster, and signal oili
er will report, moumeu, io
hAmlonel. and the acting sergeant
Bsjor, yet to he detailed, ordnance
ind signal sergeants to tlie adjutant
.1 B company's armory, at one
clock p. m., on "Wednesday. .
The address, heretofore given at
the cemetery, will he made in Ma
ion square on Wednesday evening.
Capt. Chas. A. Woodruff, C. S., U.
!.A., will deliver the memorial an
tes, and it will he well worm
Mectlon of Officers.
Pursuant to a call of the captain
if Bennett Camp No. 8, of Indian
war veterans, the company met at
the court house in Salem, Marion
ounty, Oregon, May 28th, 1888, at
11a.m., and elected the following
persons to serve as officers for the
-jisuing year, to-wit:
John G. Wright, captain; John
ivasre. 1st Lieutennnt; N. R. Doty,
M Lieut.; T. C. Shaw, Orderly Ser
jeant; E. H. Piper, Com. Sergeant;
D. C. Thomas, color bearer; Wm.
lownsenu musician; 15. J. Ulinm
Sers, corporal of the guard.
After which the cnirimnv nrocecd-
tdtothe election of two delegates
to attend the state encampment
hich meets at Portland, Oregon,
na the 14th and 15th of June, 1888.
Ihefollowini' nnrsmm worn elected:
Frank M. Smith andT. C. Shaw.
T. C. Shaw
Orderly and Sec.
Fruit ice cream, at Strong & Co.
Strawberry ice cream at A. Strong
"Win. Duinnrs spent Sunday in
K- A. M. dough's youngest child is
reported very sick.
Call on Winters & Thomas for the
best groceries in town.
T. D. Hansen, of Silverton, was
in the city this morning.
Dr. L. L. Rowland went to Ger-
vnis on the morning train.
Painless dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, 92 State street.
Fans, parasols, ladies' summer
underwear at E. L.L. Johnson's
Preston "Wood and Lizzie Scott
have been granted license to wed.
Cream soda, ice cream soda, milk
skakes, lemonades, at Strong & Co.
Winters and Thomas will enlarge
their store soon, by adding a 24 foot
Cheapest. The cheapest place in
Salem for dry goods is E. L. L.
C. H. Hewitt, republican nominee
for prosecuting attorney, is in the
A. F. Wheeler, J. T. Gregg, and
J. C. Smith returned to Portland
Rev. A. R. Medbury, of this city,
will deliver the memorial address at
Silverton, on Wednesday.
Mr. Waring, manager of the
Western Union Telegraph office at
Walla Walla is in the city.
Rev. P. S. Knight went to Meha
ma yesterday, and preached the
memorial sermon to the G. A. R.
The memorial sermon preached
by Elder Burnett at the Christian
church yesterday was listened to hy
a large audience.
A horse belonging to one of Minto's
sand wagon teams, took a spin up
State street this morning, creating a
good deal of excitement.
Tickets and reserved seats for Per
kins' lecture can be purchased at
Patton's book store ; price 50 cents.
Don't fail to hear him to-night.
Rev. Chas. T. Wood, of Forest
Grove, occupied the pulpit at the
uongregauoiiui uiiuhju jraiciulVl
and returned home this morning.
STYLES FOR SPRING.
Changed the l'lalntlfts.
In the United States Circuit Court
t Portland, Saturday morning,
adire Dcadv made an order substi-
Wing the Southern Pacific Railroad
'taipany for the plaintiff in the
e of Lawrence Harrison ct al. vs.
ike 0. & C. R. R. Co. This suit was
originally brought by Harrison ct
4 to forecloso tho mortence held
gainst the O. & C. R. R. All the
mortgage bonds of the O. & C. lmv
mebepn nnr0inil livtlin Southern
peiflc, they made application to
substituted as plaintilis in tne
We. Wlinn Hin D A' P. nnHsen Into
he hands of the Southern Pacific
" case will doubtless be dismissed,
t Is expected that within a few
"wnths the O. & C. will be taken
t of th lunula nf tho receiver.
"id its Indebtedness will be assumed
"T the Southern Pacific.
An eastern paper says should
(i-f7i:M .n,-vm l.lu iiriixr nmilti. nnntner
and a larger hall would bo required
to accomouaie uie iiuiuuubw uuu
that would seek to hear him." If
vou want to hear him, go to-night.
He may not come this way again.
Hon. Napoleon Davis left this
morning, en-routc to St. Louis, to
attend the National democratic con
vention. Mr. Davis has no doubt
that "Grover" will be renominated
on the first ballot. Mr. Davis, with
the other Oregon delegates, go over
i. Cl.nrf T.inn nnrl Tit-Inn Pacific.
and will be joined at Granger by the
delegates from California and
Where InjrullH iiiidlHnckbiirn Asree.
Yesterday at the races Senators
Inimllsniul Blackburn were in the
club house having a pleasant time
with the edibles when Colonel Jim
Williams, the Kentucky horseman,
hove in sight. .
" Well,'" he said with more vigor
than appears in this print, "are you
fellows friends? I thought you were
thirsting for each other's Wood."
"Oh, no; we are friends "laughed
Senator ijlackbum, "ain't we?"
a. t.... n r. Tumlllci.
luniuiK "- " -"'ft"""- , .
"Yes." renlied the benator iroin
Kansas, with that peculiar edge
which snows inrougu -, "--"-i
"nil vp we nre friends here."
Outdoor garments are either very long ot
Straight and simple forms characterize
All bridal rubes defined Tor church wed
dings have long trains.
Many old woinfii rnjies," gathered on the
tvrists from the shoulders, nre worn.
Some exquisite roi-v.1 mr.toh the shade of
the silken iiettu-imt norn with them.
The "hermit fiiM'k.' "itlia lnporcoftnn,
is made up of plum ll'tnnel for early morning
Light Mie..e oi um -iuivd cloth aro chosen
for the h;iiii.ii Iirwioire gowns, so liked by
The iieiRl fancy is to (wrfumo house
frocks by iiiwiiis ot tati'tieta inserted between
thodrt"." mal.iiiil and the lining.
PetthMju- ii. iitm, moiru, tuillo and other
.1no silicon ntuiiK nitU tlireo rectls In the
back, uniimpjiiy 'tuny" trousseaux.
Somo exiiii.lte new buttons of mother of
pearl, emitting oile.rent gleams of color,
appear upon muu luoliorcUo spring suits.
Jackets ot line white cloth, nith collar,
cuffs, vest and pocket flaps of some becoming
shade of velvet, are norn by young ladies.
Hiding Imlnts are exceptionally elegant.
Dark blueuiulton is a favorite material, and
is made with a closely buttoned, high stand
Stylish undergarments are of silk, linen,
batiste, foulard, eta, in tender shades of
magnolia, mauvo, sky blue, etc., trimmed
with delicate lace.
Jacquettes, mantelets, pelerines and-all
sorts of winsome little capes vie in popularity
with un army of jackets of all styles and
The monotony of many white wedding
gowns may be varied by embroideries in
silver or pearl. The latter aro most becom
lug in sutiu or moiru.
Young brides all'ect round hats for travel
ing, and i-eiluiiil) they Impart a bewitching
jauntiiies-s to the newly wedded woman who
is trying so Uard Ui appear matronly.
With the "old women's capos" of light
woolen stulf. lined with silk or foulard in
quaint old designs, are w orii hats, either of
similar material in Ureenaway shapes, or of
linen, lace, tulle or gauze.
Widow brides aro uow permitted to wear
white, embroidered with roses or carnations
in color. Similar flowers are worn in the
hair, and a large white mantilla lends it
now dignity to tho ensemble.
The new Alsatian bonnet Is long in the
crown and close to the head. It is of fancy
straw and is trimmed with a long, looped
velvet bow and a spray of Bowers. Clouk.
Suit and Ladies' Wear Review.
Medium sized black mantles of silk, Oenga
lino and embroidered cashmeres, may be coi
rectly worn with all or any costumes. 1:
desired, they may bo brightened by elaborau
passementeries of metallic cord.
Creamy straws In open designs, trlmmis
with apple green gros grain ribbon and nig
rettes of golden wheat, aro shown, togethei
tvfth n rplnv of dnrtnf? tionnnts Rilfllninnth
lovely to turn the beads of all feminine civ
Tailor gowns aro mado of cloth or ens',
mere in reseda green, ton, golden brown
gray and silver colors. Other gowns of can!
mere or Thibet cloth aro combined with sill
which may be repped, striped, shot, moire m
Scotch plaided, as the wearer may opine.
The newest fad of fusbionable females is t.
attach a fanciful sachet flllod with some one
jf Colgate's delicate sachet powders to tin.
-orsngo. Thus may lovers of perfumo whioi
n known to possess properties highly beue
liciul to tho health, bo fortified against uu
liad odors thoy may chance to encounter in
'ieir peregrinations hithjr and yon.
""DIDN'T KNQW, IT WAS
Tlio young man fell dead!
A friend had pointed a revolver at
"Ue dMn't know it was loaded 1"
Wo often hear it stated that n man
is not responsible for what ho does
not know. The law presupposes
knowledge und thereforo convicts tho
man who n-ccuse crime by ignorance 1
"If 1 had only known'"' has often
bejti nn unfortunate man's apology
for some evil unknowingly wrought,
but in a matter of general interest
as for instance that laudanum is a
poison, that naphtha is a deadly ex
plosive, that blood heavily charged
with n winter's ncculnulations of tho
wasto of tho system, it is ono'a duty
to know tho" fact and tho conse
quences thereof. Our gotxj old grand
mothers knew for instance., that tho
opening of spring was tho most
perilous period of the year.
Because then tho blood stream ifl
a1ltirriuli mid ultillrwl Yf i1wi ftild
weather, and if not thinned a good
deal and mado to flow quickly and
healthfully through tho arteries and
veins, it is impossible to have good
vigor tho rest of tho year. Ilcnco,
without exception, what is now
known as Warner's Log Cabin Snrsa
parilla, was plentifully mado and
religiously given to every member of
tho family regularly through March,
April, May and June. It is a matter
of record that this prudontial, pre
ventive and restorativo custom saved
mnnv a fit of sickness, prolonged lifo
and Iiappincss to a vigorous old age.
and did away with heavy medical
Mrs. Mapgio Kerehwal, Lexington.
Ky., used Warner's Log Cabin Sarsa
parilla "for nervous sick headache of
which I had been asufferer for years.
It has been a great benefit to me."
CaDt. Huch Harkins. 1114 S. 15th
St., Philadelphia, Pa., says "it
Eurified my blood and removod the
lotches from my skin." Mrs. -Anrea
Smith, Topton, lierks Co., Pa., Buys
alio "was entirely cured of a skin dis
eaEO oi tho worst kind," by Log Cabin
Sarsaparilla. Bad skin indicates a
very bad condition of the blood.
If you would live and be well, go to
your druggist to-day and got Warner's
Log Cabin Sarsaparilla and tako no
other, there's nothing liko it or as
good, and completely ronovato
your impaired system with this
simple, old-fashioned preparation of
roots and herbs.
Warner, who makes tho famous
Safe Cure, puts it up, and that is a
guaranteo of excellence all over tho
known world. Take it yourself and
give it to tho other members of tho
inmlltf fnnliiflinnr tbn nlilMmn. "Voil
will bo astonished at its health-giving
and life-prolonging powers. We
say this editorially with perfect confi
dence, becauso wo havo heard good
things of it everywhere, and ite name
is a guaranteo that it is first class in
i COURSE II H WHITE?
Democratic State Ticket.
' 0. V. Dnncn Hying.
Wo learn from Dr. Cole, of Stay
ton, that G. W. Duncan, who fell
from a step ladder some time since,
was dying when ho left home this
morning. He has been in u semi
conscious state since tho accident,
-odnniiv walkiuc about tho
room, hut yesterday evening ue
Sly grew worse. He is a promi
nent citizen of Stay ton and the
entire community wfil feel the loss.
Shot Id the Thumb.
Henry Keene, who lives near Sub
"ty, has recently gotton a small
Pn. which ho sets In the burrow
Je by a. gopher, bo that If Mr.
m-Iw goes fooling around, the gun
H go oil nt the proper moment at
expense of Sir. GophorB life.
However, Sir. Keene camo near sub
"nuting himself for the animal
ve named, a fow days since.
Vhile explaining the gun and its
"lus operandi, tho gun was dls
"VrhI, and Sir. Keene found, on
summation, that ho was minus the
"P w end of one of his tnumbs.
m likely recover, however, as
" loss of the end of a thumb Is
"t neocwarily fatal.
A Handsome Establishment.
Among the many really deserving
institutions that deserve special no
tice that of Gibson & Singleton,
stands foremost. Their elegant
store is equal to any of tho kind in
the state. Tho-e gentlemen, hsldes
t eir large busine as general drug
Uieir "b nshortmout of
artlsl'8 materials and line perfumery.
i i nmn.r. nlcnlc will be
held at Grange ball, Butte Creek, In
Clackamas county, on Saturday,
June 9th. Everybody U ' vltod.
Sirs, I. L. Hilleary, of Tumor, a
m r!n,, will hold Ita next
gular meeting, at AumsviUa, on
June Oth. at o'ciock p. --"-
of 10 a. m. as heretofore. I .
How rnrls 1'lren Aro Put Out.
In Paris ovory ono passing along tho street
at the time of a conflagration, no matter how
-mall, is callod into service, gentleman or
bodcarrior, it is nil tho same or a band of
music. rassln!r throuch an avenue at somo
distance. Anything and everything is
claimed by these men ns a good chance to
ivoid a fow moments' labor.
Speaking of people being called upon to
help at fires here, reminds me of the experi
ence of nn American friend of ours who had
lately landed in Franco. Ho was invited to
attend a fashionable dinner party, and, while
passing down his street to procure a cab at
the comer, ho was suddenly seized by an ex
ited Frenchman, a largo bucket was thrust
Tnto his unwilling hands, and ho was com
manded to hurry to the nearest pump and
fetch water to Help oxtinguisu tno nre u
Mine. Blank's. Hero lie was, in evening
dress, light kids and high hat, and only fif
teen minutes In which to reach hisdestina
n TT bimw a flro meant ruin to his
clothes as well as to his dinner. Thero was
only ono thing for him to ao, ana ue uiu it.
He placed his bucket on tho ground nnd took
i.i., i..io wlilln n chorus of small bovs
cheered him lustily all tho way down the
iti-eet, and tho Freucnman bcreecnea m.uii
i .t-ni-ia nftor him. Ho savs ho never
walks tho streets now without tho fear of
being impressed forcibly to put out a uro,
and ho keeps his weather eye open for any
signs of smoke or flames. Paris Cor.
Argonaut. ( ,
ninclnt He"" by "
Hinging the bells of locomotives by steam
is uow effected by an ingenious apparatus,
!-.i.w ,r n emnii KiMiin criiimer iimn-ii
nt one side of the bell fnfme and rating on
the lioller; tlio eonnectin? roil, hirh ton-
liecte the piston to a three lucli oronK on iuu
bell, Is so (onrtructed that ft will vury lU
i.... , mi- in tho swin-rof the boll,
thus jviwvin-,' any liability of knocking the
Sjbnder oi. by the piston coming m couu.
with it, Now York Bun.
The Prince uf Naples, tho only son of the
King of Italy, is to be married to a German
Mr. W. H. H. Morray i going on a tour of
exploration to tho extreme north of Drttisn
Sir Charles Dllko will, in all probawiiiy,
begin his polltioul life over again duriDg the
next eighteen months.
Vi!lr now tells Jeem to order the
Mlhuiy now " whieh U com-
lFor I'rcsldentlnl Klcctorx,
W. V. KKFINOr.U,
w. it, im.Yi:u,
i:. It. SKIl-WOUTH.
john sr. oi:ahin.
For Supremo .Indue,
For rnivecutlng Attorney 3d District,
a. W. 11KI.T.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TIQKET.
' FKANK FJUJdlH,
W. IT. DOWNING,
T. Ij. DAVIDSON,
W. F. DUGAN.
W. I. HAY.
C. D. COIiKJtAN,
O. a. VAN WAONKlt.
X. MATIIIKU, I HAltDINO.
JOSKI'lt A. SKMAVOOI).
J. A. ItOTAN.
YOU USE GILLO'lT'S 404-300, OK Sl'ENCElUAK, OH A UAIT
KOA1) STKKL PEN WHICH COSTS YOU
One Cent Eaci-i !
You Use a New One Every Two Days.
YOU CAN BUY A
Mabic Todd Diamond Pointed Gold Fen
FOR 51.23, WHICH 13 WARK ANTED VOU TEN YEA US. CAJJ
YOU NOT SEE THE ECONOSIY IN BUYING
COLD IN PLACE OK STEEL?
T. McF. PATTON, Sole Agent
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF
Sunday School and Day School Reward Cards
ALSO, SEVERAL THOUSAND
Embossed Pictures for Scrap Albums!
NOTICE THE DISPLAY IN SHOW WINDOW.
9S, STATE ST.
ii ami Miii cr
Attention to what wcwill Mention!
Know All ltv lliOMi presents: Tlmt tho Capitol Adventure Co. neither
all m 5bS "or Uw, but nro iw,,ko nnd up to tho tiim-H, unci know well
t liT owhiito hedepreHHlonof l.UHlneHB in the Eunt, there will lo inaiiy
ful ure8 Now we want to bo ready to emit uro any barpalnH tlmt nmy
be ol lere,l on account or wich failures; and to do this it will be neecwury
for u" to bo "on "hm.rt In Now York nnd Chlcauo "' "wltl! ihlTwJ
witli plenty of the commodity commonly called CihIi, It! i lik wo
elm b oaHt the people of this country are well Mijinlkul, and In order for u
Silt "t, wo iVill from now until tfionrst or AiiuuHt oiler hiicIi bargnlna
tin will induce Hioho lmvlnir money to divide wi th iw.
jT"jissasssi ffisai ASs.'&ta
our wnoio biock oi irooiiH u IMI.U..K . '.'-"; ...: v".V..?.'u ....' ,..
mi "". """ " "" - , ?, i,..,i.w.kl . ViiiiniiH. eti!.. nt a
S'e iicSn i er'a;
"'" ?l.r : ' ' "... ...n,. !, ,,.!,.. of Home of ouruoodB till AuuiiHt Int.
mean iiimihw, -"- " i"" " ' ' . . , nu r, , ,,..,
HAW IUIU Xllltll ...Hl.vn -
A gooit Ilriiiiiicil llmidUi-rclilef fur 1 cl.
A silver, (told or Htocl tlilinbli, 1 ,1,1l'l, ,
A t-ixKil orcim U'H, CoufH or K'crr'H Tlimul,
A hih'kiI'rooiI "hcwIiik Hlllc, liPht liniml nml
......nliul flttfU lill II I.
2 moo1k Hllk Itullon HnluTwIot forJp.
1 hhi'i't Bold, mIIvit or llln Caril Hoard,
l.OOO.aW do7. Horn niiil .fjlotl' wvijit'd
DrotiH lliiltons worth ii to CO u. ii lo..,
forBc. ii'loz. ....,..
100,(XX)(loz. Kino Jot and Metal I lint oiih,
worth ) i to SI u Am. for 10 on do.
1,000 ydH. Uea worth 6 c. a yd., for 1 c. a yd.
ijicoworthlOupcryd. will ho wild for .1
and C c. a yd. Olla-r KiIkIiiKM "'
Kmhroldory In iiroiMjruoii.
Ijinjo Hlx-lt of tlowcrH, price no oliloct.
I.udW Clii'iniKU 15 c. i-iifli, worth 01 c
Uidli'K'NIu'litOowiiK.HIf.i'iu'li worth Jl.JS
AiidalloiirHt)ol')r UuIIch' WhlloUoiMta
WXXl ljidlch1 Hut KninicK 10 c. each, worth
ft) c. to 81 Mich. . , ,
12KIk1i 1I(M)I'H and 1 Mnoforllc.
(lood Hcrulil-liiK llniHlu'M fi . nidi,
flood Wlilto WiihIi HniHlicK lOc.cacli.
lloHt I'atcnt Clothiw I'Iiib 6 c. per dot.
flood Kly Hool'H,2r.cach.
ft) Hmiiiih letter l'apcr, 2o. iwr inilrc
10 It. Loiter l'nper, r c. Per nulrc.
100 do.. Meiiionindanoi'ltK, 1 c. ';.
X)IixwI.nhln Toilet Houp.Oc. purliox
A,l!K ar.5TiH..i..mor Un.ton.l.lru.m.rt llmww for 20 a iclj.
Wlwoo lKSw mltof I.U-.III.-HH Mil nn. hero toHtuy and ,nly do thU to nmho r.Hm
SSk X W" & O,rnor, from lb,
capiioiAdvenuiroco. & FRIEDMAN, Manager.
All kinds of Farm Produce Bought.
W. M. SAR6EANT
Keep u fine mock of
Wall Paper, Borders and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Chests, Velocipedes, Bicycles,
II.ISKIJTH, nd all Undi of FUAMES.
Mouldings and Frames Made to Order.
Not satUfled with $!!Z2
famoui EnglUh oarttoi for IMr tev
Ameriean lwkPr. Havo tok. &
Id Frweh, Italian awl Spanbh -jaxettrt for
fBaej pam.-Hto- Trawwript-
BS88nwrt Ml pataat. have brought biw
la royaltiea tho tidy ua of over tas.COO.OOQ.
lfnU(rfttll klnta.Hri)"rf-1 ."
GOLO PAINT-READY MIXED,
Come and See for Yourselves
Sel Dickens, 15 Volumes, half Russia, Usual l'rice $32.50, Our I'riceO.OO.
ciihi.. 9fi Cloth. Gill (ot.. " " 32.50, " 23.50.
ilUv.ll- Half Morocco, " m
Set Waverly, i2 " Hair blue fair, " ' 32.50, 17.80.
lie 15" Cloth, " 22.50, - ttO(L
let CapV M. Ileid, 10 VoU. Cloth, - - 15.00, !WHL
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
J. BENSON STARR'S.
118 State Street Salem, Oregon.