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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
. Itemized Account ef Diiigs k
CflUfltlT.
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY.
Second Day of Commencement
eises Clnss Examinations,
Exer-
LOCAL NOTHS.
W. L. Klmsey, the blacksmith at
Meiiaina, is seriously sick. tor.
Pratt is attending him.
A paper in the Finnish language
will soon be started in Astoria. It
will be independent in politics and
devoted to the interest of the Fin
nish people.
o
Jlilltnry Target Range.
Col. Thos. C. Smith, commanding
the second regiment, O. X. G., has
jut received the plans of the third
regiment target range at The Dalles,
from Col. C. E. Morgan, the
commander of that regiment, and
is now casting about for some person
willing to donate suitable ground
near this city, for a range nere. A
250 yard level range with n bluff at
the rear is the most desirable
ground, and there should be some
one near town with such ground
who would be willing to donate it
to the regiment for that purpose.
Col. Smith has his eyes open, how
ever, and will probably succeed in
getting a satisfactory range soon,
when the target, shooting box and
markers, house will be built, and
target practice begun.
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The Farmers' Alliance.
At 2 o,clock to-day, delegates from
all the counties in the "Willamette
valley gathered at the opera house,
and organized a farmers' congress,
which will probably become a
branch of the farmers' allainco of
the United States. M. Wilkins, of
Lane county, was elected president,
John Osborn, of Marion, vice-president,
and Jos. Gaston, of Washing
ton, secretary and treasurer.
Messrs. Miller, Ferguson and Minto
were appointed n committee to re
port by-laws to the next meeting.
Several of tho most prominent farm
ers in the valley are in attendance,
and they will continue in session all
this evening and possibly to-morrow.
Another "John IV
Senator John P. by the way
there isnothingsuggestivein the fact
that his name is John P. as some
of the more partisan politicians
might claim Senator John P.
Waster, the democraticeditorofthe
Pendleton East Oregonian, is still
dazed over the result, and it is said
lie is seriously contemplating com
mitting matrimony. Tho troubles
of married life will soon make John
P. forget the minor troubles of
polities. Our friend "Wager will
lind himself more hopelessly in the
minority after ho gets married then
even now. "Wo wish him joy.
News as is News.
A Portland morning daily has a
very interesting item that recalls
times long since gone by tu the re
porter of tho Jouknaij. It is an
item that reminds tho writer how
time Hies, and how our works live
after us. This item was written and
appeared in this paper about tho 18th
of May last, and recited tho fact
that Hon. C. C. Beekmau had just
presented warrants for a largo sum
of money, to the State Treasurer.
Verily, this is "news as is news,"
and the older nows is the better. '
For the Seaside.
On Wednesday, June 13th, and
on each Wednesday and Saturday
thereafter during the season, the
Oregon Paciilo railroad company
will sell round-trip, excursion
tickets, from Albany to Yaquina, at
W."J0 each. Tiekots good for going
1'Oi.sugoon regular passongor trains,
Wednesdays and Saturdays only;
tfood to return on any regular pas
"ger train until Soptombor 30th.
Huy your tiekots of Mesrs. Ollbort
ros., agents for tho company at
Nilim.
The university campus was tho
scone of a happy gathering last eve
ning, tho occasion being a lawn
sociable, and concert under the
auspices of the literary societies. The
lawn was beautifully lighted with
Chinese lanterns, and the music by
the Second Regiment band was very
enjoyable. After dusk, the air
growing rather cool, the chapel of
tho university Avas thrown open,
the band stationed on the platform,
and the music continued until after
ten o'ciock. Keiresuments were
served on the lawn. The attendance
was very large.
CLASS EXAMINATIONS.
At 9 o'clock this morning, the uni
versity bell sounded, and scholars
and visitors repaired to Prof. Ar
nold's room, where ho examined a
class of 23 in the science of civil gov
ernment. This is an interesting and
very useful study, and a large num
ber of visitors were present. Tho
three branches of government and
their various functions; the mode of
electing officers and their terms of
service; tho basis of representation
in the lower house of congress, and
the general principles and practices
of our federal form of government
were rehearsed with readiness by
the class. The name of the presi
dent was given, and when the pro
fessor asked who would be his suc
cessor, the names of Blaine and
Cleveland were mentioned with
great promptitude, and elected.
At 10 o'clock Miss Cunningham
began a;roview of her class in En
glish grammar, and Prof. Jory ex
amined his students in analytical
geometry. The grammar students
showed themselves well iuformed
in the nomenclature of their study,
wrote different classes of sentences
on the blackboard and then dia
grammed orparsedthem. Prof. Jory's
room also drew a number of vis
itors to hear and see his class demon
strate tho relations and properties of
geometrical magnitudes.
The last hour of the forenoon was
taken up by Prof. Starrand his class
in an excursion to the celestial
bodies, and a! description of their
magnitudes, motions, distances,
periods of revolution and other nat
ural phenomena. This closed tho
class examinations.
The board of trustees held their
annual meeting to-day, which kept
them in all day session.
This evening the graduating class
of the academy will take place,
which are always interesting to wit
ness. To-morrow at 10.30 a. m., will
be the commencement exercises of
the conservatory of music; at 2 p.
m., a business meeting of tho alum
ni, and at 8 o'clock a re-union and
literary exercises of the same.
li:ilSONALS.
CIKTIT COCRT t'MWBSIIl.YSS.
Tke Frail EraportUr.
Work cm tho fruit evaporating
Mulilifchiuent of the Willamette
vHlky Fruit Evaporator company,
' progressing rapidly. The capacity
"f the building has been greatly in
'"mI, and many improvement
hae been marieL The new wheel
t the raw lias been put In, the
" furnace la about finished, and
he other improvement will be
""nipletwl in a few iay.
- -. -I
!treaM Caart A4jorar4
supreme court haa adjourned
""til July ud. iHexpveted that
Imimou iu nearly all roars now
1 uding Itefutv- the court wilt be
"ndtr.-d thru. Ail tM for the
!'r'ii' tt-hii have been argued and
' 'iit.-i
Supt. E. B. McElroy went to
Portland this morning.
Holiness camp meeting nt AVil
hoit Springs, commences July 3d
next.
Secretary of State McBrido and
Ed Giltner are homo again from St.
Helens.
Miss Lizzio Church is oxpected
home from a long visit to Portland,
to-night.
Miss Agnes Earhart, of Portland,
is visiting Miss Edith Hughes, in
this city.
J. II. Foster, an old rotidont of
Albany, died in that city ye&torday
afternoon.
Hon. Joe. Gaston, a retired jour
nalist, formorly of Salem, now of
Hillsboro, is in tho city.
Mrs. Glover,! of Spokano Falls,
and her nieoe Miss Addie Cox, of
this city, are visiting in Portland.
Cupt. J. T. Apperbon, of Orogon
City, and president of the Stato
Board of Agriculture is in the city.
Arthur E. Jlolgate, of Dayton,
W. T., returned yesterday from Cor
vallis and will visit friends here for
some time.
Capt. John 1). Biles, tlio veteran
tax adjuaftfr of the O. It. & N. By.,
passed through this morning en
route to ills home in Portland, from
Grant's Pass.
11. J. Hendricks and wife started
to-day for Chicago where they will
attend the National BepubHcaii
Convention. They will also visit
New York and Washington.
Harrv Youug, the genial traveling
passenger agent of the Oregon (Snort
rurino railway,
BOISB, J.
Samoi, June 11, 1388,
Ivaminsky vs. Gerschback, con
tinued.
P. Paquet vs. .Tno. Paquet, referred
to M. W. Hunt to take testimony.
J. M. Jones vs. McKoimio, default
and decree as per complaint.
Williams & England vs. F. II.
Ogle, et al. Duenna Boon appointed
guardian ad lib. for all Boon minors.
J. W. Batchellor vs. W. M. Davis,
et nl. To bo heard In vacation.
Juo. Patterson vs. Clell Hoyden.
Set for 10 o'clock June 12.
State vs. Louis Segnin. Plea of
not guilty in both instances.
S. Ames, et al. vs. B. E. Libby.
J. T. Gregg appointed guardian ad
lib. for Chas. and May Libby.
Durette vs. Smith. Contiuucd.
Goulet vs. Bruner. Continued.
Levy vs. J. M. Rocky. Demurrer
to be taken up on Thursday.
2 . Goodman & Sons vs. A. Tur
ner. Continued.
Ivaminsky vs. English. Settled.
School Fund Com. vs. Coleman,
et al. Default and decree.
Johuson vs. Clark. Default and
judgment.
Ollschlager vs. Turner. Settled.
Kaiser vs. Kernel. Settled.
A. Bush vs. Willard Swegle.
Settled
Pettyjohn vs. T. J. Moulton. De
fault, referred to L. II. Tarpley.
Martin fc Cox vs. R. M. Forsythe.
Settled.
May A. Bushey vs. W. W. Bushey.
Demurrer and answer tiled.
Statesman Pub. Co. vs. E. O.
Norton. Settled.
J. A. Folger vs. A. F. Roth. De
fault and judgment, and order to
sell attached property.
E. Eberhard vs. McCollum. De
murrer withdrawn, answer to-morrow
morning.
H. D. Kelly vs. Win. Marston.
Demurrer withdrawn and answer
tiled.
Geo. W. Watt vs. E. and II. P.
Rankin. Settled.
J. Voorhees vs. W. L. Tooze. De
murrer withdrawn and answer to
day. State vs. Peter Gearin. Selling
liquor without license. Pleaded
guilty, lined 550, paid and dis
charged.
June 12, 18S8.
Simmons vs. Simmons. Dismissed
I. R. Dawson vs. A. F. Roth. De
fault and order on garnishee to mako
answer explicit on Ulh.
Rosenfeld vs. Roth. Default.
Bush vs. Schwatka. Default and
judgment and order to sell attached
property.
Clino vs. Cline. Default and
Samuel Hayden appd. reforee.
Ames vs. Libby. Default and
decree.
E. E. McKinney vs. D. H. Hal
stead. Default and Judgment and
order of sale of attached property.
H. F. vs. Minnie Smith. Leave
to file amended complaint granted.
Williams and England vs. Ogle.
Default against John D. Boon.
Lunn fc Brown vs. Amelia Riley.
Continued.
Stato vs. Louis Scguin. Indict
ment No. 4 dismissed; No. 3, guilty,
lined $50, paid and discharged.
Downing vs. Downing. Referred
to Sam Hayden.
Wendel vs. Walker. Demurrer
withdrawn and answer tiled.
Hutchinson vs. Hutchinson. Di
vorce granted.
CMt-r-lrritt te Mr Attratla.
Salem is one of the most attrac
tive cities in the world. This Is the
evidence of every visitor.
Salem is picturesquely laid out, on
a natural slope which extends back
from the river.
Salem has beautiful broad streets.
Salem has splendid shado trees in
profusion.
Salem has many elegant homes,
surrounded by wido lawns, well
cared for, within which enclosures
grow all sorts of beautiful ilowers.
shrubs, trees and vines indigenous
and exotic.
Salem has handsome public build
ings, around which are spacious
grounds in a poor state of repair.
fcalem has excellent business
blocks, in which are kept for sale
everything one would think to wish
for, almost.
Salem's roadways are in a good
condition for travel.
Salem has numerous and hand
some churches, and the best educa
tional institutions in the stato.
Salem has many other very attrac
tive features, among which perhaps
the greatest Is our climate.
But tills city lias one thing which,
unless attended to soon, will act as
a "counter irritant" and an "anti
dote" for any one who might other
wise be Induced to tarry with us.
Skirting numerous blocks in this
city and notably the blocks on Stato
street between Winter ami 12th and
on 12th street between Stato and
Mill, are someof the worstIdewalks
ever walked over by any body In a
city of Salem's pretensions. This
walk adjoins tho property of one of
the wealthiest institutions of learn
ing in the state, and by Its side is a
"tumble down, gone-to-rack-and-ruin
fence" that;is a disgrace to tho
town. This last might be removed,
and no damaage bo done. The
former should be repaired.
In numerous other parts of the
city, the walk is as bad. Adjoining
the Congregational church property,
Is a bad piece of walk ; on the north
side of Chemekcta street, between
Cottage and Church, and many other
places. The Journal would like
to seo Improvements all around the
city. At least the sidewalks should
be made safe for pedestrians.
Let's fix up the walks!
3UCISr.Ul-lK)CS.
OF WISE
TOO ffl
W
YOU USE GILLOTT'S 101-303, OR SPENCE1HAN, OR A RAA
ROAD STEEL PEN WHICH COSTS YOU
One Cent Each!
You Use a New One Every Two Days-
YOU CAN BUY A
Tbe (Ircat Strike.
Hello! Hello, there! Mr. Digestion!
What's tho matter with you down
there?
Hello! Mr. Tongue, is that you?
Oh, everything is wrong down here.
Tho hands in the Gastric Works
have "struck." The Food Assimila
tion Company havo "shut down,"
and tho Bile Supply Pipe Lino can't
handle their product, and It lias
overflown the whole region. Yes,
nil stock on hand in my apartments
lias "heated" and "soured." I have
stopped work altogether. Can't
move without assistance. Say, Mr.
Tongue, can't you send down to me
a bottle or two of Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery? Yes. That
Buffalo man's remedy. If you do,
T can start un at once. When tho
liver, stomach or bowels are deranged
or tho fliireHtiv "forces" are "on a
strike," it is the best "agent" to set
tno wncciH ot nature in motion.
Druggists have it.
Don't hawk, hawk, and blow,
blow, disgusting everybody, hut use
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
ro.
Foi
(i reo
FOR $1.2o, WHICH IS WARRANTED FOR TUN YEARS. OUST
YOU NOT SEE THE ECONOMY IN BUYING
GOLD IN PLACE OF STEtfL?
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.
98, STATE ST. - SALEM, ORg
GREAT REDUCTION
-IN-
FINK SETSS
Set Dickens, 15 Volumes, lialf Russia, Usual I'rieo $32.50, Our Price $20.00.
Set Lj lion, 2C " Clolli, (Iill lop, " " 32.50, " 23.50.
Set Thackeray, II " Half Morocco, " " 22.50, " 15.00.
Wavcrlv,'l2 " Half blue Cair, " ' 32.50, " 17.5(1
Sel R P. Hoe, 15 " Clolli, " " 22.50, " i&Oft
Set Capl. M. Itchl, 10 Vols. Clolli, " " 15.00, " 10.00.
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,,
-AT-
Disgusting HoodlumUm.
Whether it is natural for boine
boys to l)o hoodlums whothor tlioy
don't know tho diflbronco between
being hoodlums and gontlumen, or
whother thoy act hoodlumish bo
cause they think it smart, is not
known. A large number of "male
bipeds" they nro not gentlemen
gathered at tho stile at the Univer
sity last night, and, under the lead
ership of a boy about 20 yours of
age, cast insulting remarks at young
ladies as they would chanco to mm
near. They attempted to make fun
of a man who was pawing by on
tho walk, and two or three of them
were given a trouncing for their
smartness. The leader of tho mob
hits figured In tho police court once,
under the direction of the Salvation
army, and if he is ever caught in
sulting young women as he was do
ing last evening, he will figure
there, or somewhere elae, under the
complaint of some decent people
who will send him through, and the
raat of the crowd with him. "A
word to tbe wise," etc., la an old
chestnut, but it will do for use yet.
Electric Hitlers.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention, ah who nave used
Electric Hitlers sing tno same song
of imdse, A purer medicine does
not exist and it is guarauted to do all
that Is claimed. Electric Hitters
will euro all diseases of tho llvoriind
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rlieuin and other affections
caused by impure blood. Will drive
malaria from tho system and pro
vent as woli as cure idl malarial
fevers. Kor cure of headache, con
stipation and indigestion try Elec
tric Hitters. Entiresatisfaction guar
anteed, or money refunded. Price
SO cts. tiiHlSl nor bottloat J I. W. !
Cox's drug store.
J, BENSON STARR'S.
118 State Stree1
Salem, Oregort,
THE BEST STOCK OF STOVES
IN Til 15 CITY IS AT
R. M. WADE & CO'S,
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
A .Natural 1'roduft or California.
It Is only found In Hutte county,
California, and iu no other part of
the world. We refer to the tree that
produces the healing and penetrat'
n ik gum used iu that pleasant and
effective cure for consumption,
asthma, bronchitis, and coughs,
Buntu Able, the king of consumption
I). W. Matthews & Co., 106 Statu
state, Balom, guarantees and sells it
for $1 a bottle, or three for $2.50. ISy
the use of California Cat-Il-Curo. all
symptoms of cattarrh arc dispelled,
and the diseased nasal pftttwige is
speedily restored to a healthy con
dition. $1 a itaekage. I!y mail, $1.10.
Circulars free.
Garland Stoves,
Charter Oak Staves,
Brigliloniltium
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES,
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware amU-ariii Machinery, Wagons and CaKupt
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recently spent several uevk in j Hklrte, cbetubjea, gowtw, etc.,
('tuuula vUtiiig bis ttgfd furcm. bridges A Boxorth.
OMfcl-M's ArolM Mrr.
The best Mlve la the world f
.tils, bruiaea, nor, utoera.iwltrlieuiii
'ever ores. Utter, chapped hand-,
chilblains, earn, anil all akin erup
tioiia, and positively eures pile, oi
" pay required. It U guaranteed
unl i j.ri erfect satisfaction, or money
"i led. I'rioe 26 cent pur box.
r tale by Jit. U. W. Go.
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