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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
jltiized Account of Doings in City and
jliss Addle Cox is visiting ill Port
bind. Senator E. T. Hatch, of Polk coun
lyvas in the city to-day.
jlrs. T. H. Caun, of Seattle, is
visiting Mrs. W. H. H. Waters oil
jlariou aud Summer streets.
Mrs. J- W. Cook of Portland came
u3 yesterday ninl is visiting her
sister, airs. Col. N. B. Knight.
Geo. H. Bingham, of this city,
has been appointed deputy prosecut
ing attorney, by H. H. Hewitt, the
newly elected official.
Jr. J. O. Kuhu, of the La Grande
Journal, is visiting this city for a
day or two. Mr. Kuhn reports good
prospects for crops in the inland
Mrs. S. C. Hatch is home after an
extended visit to friends in Forest
Grove and Portland. Mrs. Hatch
has not been in Portland beforofor
Yesterday evening a happy com
pany gathered nt the residence of
Mrs. Hattie Clark, near Turner to
witness the marriage of her daughter,
Miss Lulu, to B. C. Ward, of this
city. Elder Webb performed the
ceremony in his usual, impressive
manner, Mr. Mark Skiff and Miss
Brown "standing up" with the
couple. After hearty congratula
tions by all present.abountiful repast
was served by the hostess. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Herreu, Mrs. Bagley and
Ernest Webb from Salem. The
happy couple drove home to their
newly fitted residence, 442 High
street. Both are well known as
former university students and
residents of this city, and have a
host of friends who will join in
wishintr them every happiness. The
brido is the youngest daughter of
the late Daniel Clark, so well known
and highly esteemed.
In an informal interview with Dr.
Henderson, of Southern California,
the guest of Dr. L. A. Port, the
former gontlemau, who is very ob
servant and possessed of largo ex
perience, declared that Salem and
its surroundings most assuredly have
a bright luture. Said ho : "With
your mild climate, your safe seasons
and surcness of crops, the fertility of
the soil, the splendid water power,
the abundance of accessible fuel your
locationon on river and railroad, you
are bound to attract capital, enter
prise and population. And not to
this capital city and Marion county
only, but to all this magnificent val
ley!" So we have always said.
Salem People at Eugene.
The Eugene Begister gives us the
following persenals: Miss Mabel
Gray, of Salem, has been visiting the
Misses Condon for several days.
Mrs. Norris Brown and Miss Josie
Brown, of Salem, canio up Saturday
night to attend commencement ex
ercises. Miss Litchfield, of
Salem, is visiting the family of Dr.
Sharpies. Mrs. J. J. Murphy
and daughter, Miss Lizzie Church,
of Salem, are visiting in the city,
the guests of Mrs. Kinsey and
daughters. Miss Belle Golden
accompanied Miss Jessie Park homo
from Salem and is visiting her a few
Deterred Compliments Exchanged.
Col. Smith, the popular military
man from Salem, came to Albany
last night in order to bo present at
"F" Co's weekly drill. Capt Irvine,
with a squad from the Co. in full
uniform, met tho Col. nt tho depot
and escorted him to the armory,
where a successful drill was had.
Col. Smith speaks highly of the Al
bany Co. who arc ready to return
ooinpllniontfi. Albany Domocrat.
Ertel Come to the Center.
P. II. Ertel, tho nowspapor man
of New York and secured $76 for n
write-up of Sulem, has-porfonnetl his
eoHtnwt with tho board of trade, but
tow left the employ of tho Journal.
Nothing lias bean hoard of tho
The young Utdlee of the Ploml
MiMdoii will nvwt for work at the
W. C. T. U. roome to-morrow at t
o'eloek i. m.
Cream soda, ice cream soda, milk
kee, kmonadea, at Strong & Co.'a
THE DISTRICT ELECTIONS.
The Vote all Canvassed, and the Re
publicans Hold Their Gains The
Secretary of State McBrido con
cluded tho canvass of the votes on
district offices last cvouing, and
found the results as given in this
FIFTH SKXATOKIAIi DISTKICT.
Counties. S. II. llnrord. W. Sinclair.
Coos 74" 779
Curry no 222
Josephine 4SG 469
Total 1412 1470
B. C. Dement rppnlvntl 1fU ml
Counties. C. 51. Cartwrlcht C.A.Coggswell.
Lake 355 390
Klamath 313 3S5
Counties. F. A. Moore. W. II. II. Myers.
Washington 1167 762
uoiumuia 55S "fin
Tillamook 350 194
Total 2075 1245
A. O. Ttrmrn rppniivwl ?a vnl li
Counties. Cbas. Hilton. W. II. Blmrs.
Wasco 1447 102S
Gilliam 721 565
Counties. A. ft. Mnttoon.
SIXTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.
Counties. A. II. Crook. J. II. Upton.
Coos 842 721
Curry 223 173
Total 1005 894
Counties. J. W. Maxwell C. V. Kuykcndnll
-r ifii -.-....
Total 1527 1138
J. C. Bewlev received 75 in Yam
hill aud 12 in illampok.
Counties. S. J. Studlcy S. I Moss
Klnmath 321 380
Lake 372 377
Total 693 757
In Union county "for joint sena
tor Union and Wallowa" L. B.
Norvnl 1302; and James Hender-
snott l vote, in waiiowa county
"for joint senator for Union and
Wallowa counties," L. B. Binehart
received 328 votes mm J. w. JNorvnl
received 605 votes. The apportion
ment law maites no joint senator lor
JUDGE OF SIXTH DISTRICT.
Counties. J. A. Fee. W. M. Ramsey
Umntilla 1021 1479
Malheur 362 417
Wallowa 513 431
Union 1212 1187
Baker 822 830
Grant 1014 900
Total 5544 5250
ATTORNEY OF SECOND DISTRICT.
Counties W. S. Huflbrd. J, W. Hamilton.
Douglas 1118 1258
Lane 1554 1334
Coos 754 885
Curry 103 204
Benton 1121 1099
Total 4740 4780
Counties H. II. Hewitt. G. V. Belt.
Linn ,. 1048 1055
Marion 2061 1601
Polk 894 730
Yamhill 1227 902
Tillamook 307 201
County. II. E. McGinn. AV.VV.l'ngo.
Multnomah 5G05 3436
Counties. J. I Hand. T. H. Cm wford
Malheur 334 445
Umatilla 1578 1543
Wallowa 540 398
Union 1210 1181
Baker 873 773
Grant 1018 004
Total 5559 5244
Counties. W. It. Kills. J. U. Htory.
In tho first district W. M. ColvJg
rtvnlved 2780. with no opposition ;
in fifth district T. A. MoBrido re
ceived 4881 votoH with no opposi
Eiwrllwt Crop I'rwpwt.
Sunt. of School Goo. A. Peebles
roturnetl from a trip ovor tho valley
yesterday evening, and ho y8 he
iiover 6aw better crop proapecie. lie
Mi, ha lutri failed tonoticeany aigs
of rust, and totlitolnlM particular
attautkm. Tin rains are Keeping
baak the liav lwrvwt considerably,
but Jt te thought that the crop will
be very large. Jt u uamaging
tewleroata sotue, by knocking it
down; but not much.
INCREASE OF THE VOTE.
Fifty per centum is tho Growth of the
Past Eight Years. 200,000
Croakors may say what they
please, but the population of Ore
gon is increasing. This is evidenced
in no better way than by compar
ing tho vote of the present year with
that of former years. In 1SS0 there
were 40.S10 votes cast in this state
for presidential nominees. In 1SS4,
there were 62,0S2 votes cast in Ore
gon for presidential electors. In 1SSG
tho voto for congressman aggregated
45,054 ; in '1SSS, however, the cli
max is capped with a grand total
vote of 00,207.
This shows an increase of just fifty
pel centum since the voto oflSSOwas
cast n little less than eight years.
According to this, considering that
tho population of the state has in
creased in the samo ratio as tills
vote, Oregon's present population
is something over two hundred and
sixty thousand souls. This would
show an increase in the population
since 18S0 of S7,3S4 persons.
Tho number of votes cast has in
creased most rapidly, probably, dur
ing tho past two years, since when It
lias grown 6298 votes. The Journal
feels rather well satisfied with tills
showing, and hopes to sec another
incrcaso of fifty per centum In our
vote and population in tho next de
cade. Oregon will, more than like
ly, be entitled to two representatives
in Congress after tho next decennial
census which will be taken in 1890.
Speed the day.
KEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Tho following deeds were recorded
iu the office of the county clerk dur
ing the past week:
United States to H. II. Vroom,
100 acres in t 7 s r 1 e; patent.
C. J. McDougall to The Beal and
Personal Estate company, of Port
land, 040 acres in 1 0 s r 1 e; ?7,000.
Warren Corby and wife to E. B.
Scely, 1 acre In Marion county, 10.
W. C. Hubbard ctal. to A. Coyle,
2.15 acres in 1 4 s r 1 w; $500.
B. I. Seely and wife to E. B. Scely,
100 acres in 1 5 s r 1 w; ?2,000.
W. D. Bclding and wife to Esther
A. Dunn, 44.08 acres in 1 8s r 2 w;
Geo. A. Vawter to August Giesy,
80.25 acres in 1 4 s r 1 w; 060.
B. .1. Schuelo et al. and wife to
August Giesy, 94 acres in 1 4 s r 1 w;
S. AVilliams and wife to W. L
Phillips, 120 acres in t 8 s r 3 w;
AVilliam Simmons and wife to 2
P. Williamson and wife, 08.78 acres
N. P. Williamson and wife to G
A. Simmons, 15 acres in 1 0 s r 2 w;
Bebcccall. Minto to John W.
Mlnto, part of lots 5 and 0 In blk 33
in Salem; 1,000.
W. E. Joseph to Hannah Joseph,
land on State street, Salem; 100.
John H. Folck and wife to W. T.
Hall, 100 acres in 1 0 h r 1 w; 1,575.
Geo. E. Guerin nnd wife to E. B.
Seely, 19.07 acres In t 6 s r 1 w;
J. A. Anderson and wife to W. T.
Hall, 100 acres in 1 0 h r 1 w; 3,000.
H.J. Minthorn and wife to P. M.
Dully, 0.40 acres in 1 7 sr 2 w; 3S0.
Bonj. Brown and wife to John M.
Brown, 178.74 acres iu t 8 s r 1 e;
Benj. Brown nnd wife to Henry
D. Brown, 121.20 acres in 1 7 a r 1 w;
Sarah Jones to school district No.
48, .07ofanacreint8sr3 w;l.
H. V. Matthews and wlfo to It. B.
Duncan, 10.31 acres in t 7 s r 3 w;
B. H. Kennedy and wlfo to A. J.
Molvin aud wife, 44.07 acros In 1 5 s
r 1 w; 491.37.
B. F. Hall and wlfo to It. II. Ken
nedy, 0.04 acresin 1 6 s r 1 w; 135.00.
T. B. Walt and wife to V. J.
Polly, 1 3 In blk 09 In Salem; 400.
"I'enny Wise anil round Fsolifb."
That's what mon nro who plod
along trying to do their busitietw,
when thoy are half dead. Their
eyes nro dim and throb; their head
ache; tho children annoy them;
tuelr wives lose tneir cnanns; tney
lose their ambition; they make mis
taken iu their accounts, and the
whole world lookH bluo; they hate
thoniselvos and everyono else. And
why? If you feel so, why don't
you stop and think a minute or are
you too stupid? Your liver and
blood are out of order; that's all.
You needagoodregulatorniul tonic.
Take a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medlwl Dlfccovery, anil you will fI
like a new man. In three days your
wife will be the prettiest ami nwtt
et woman in the world; your chil
dren's duipaeltinns will lie exactly
like your own; your 1hwIium will
improve, and you will make money
enough to pay for the "GoUku Mtl-
over. Don't be ttttibborn, but try It.
If you Miller from "cold in the ;
bead," or from Nswtl Catarrh, in
Dr. 8kVm Catarrh Itemedy. It j
cure whenever everything Aula. '
A I'AliMEIi SWINDLED.
A Dcs Moines (Iowa) Disimlch Shows
liow a Connie of Sharpers
Played it on n (ireeny.
Sheriff Moody of Craw font Couuty,
who left line Ut night with the prisoners
aires oil bj the lies Moines police jester-
oay, mailethc follow inc interesting state
ment: Tlio smaller of the two men, giv
ing his wmie as V C. Green. njipeaieil
in Demson several days ago anil talked of
buying a farm. He approached an old
man named Eastman, who lives in Deui.
son, aud proposed bujiug a farm of him.
He told the old man lie would be around
the next morning with a carriage, to look
at the farm which tliej did A few miles
out of town, in a woody, secluded place,
they met a heavy, rough-looking fellow on
foot, who pretended to ba an extensive
stock buyer. Tliey entered into conversa
tion, and the stock buyer finally proposo d
a littlo three-card game. The old man
wouldn't bet, but the btock buyer produced
a roll of $l,ooo and offered to givo it to
bastman if he could pick the right card
which Eastman did.
The stock bujer said he would keep his
word, aud handed Hie money to Greene,
whom ho termed a friend of Eastman, to
couut, and asked to see if Eastman had as
much money to make good the bot if he
had lost. The old man innocenti) handed
over n roll of money to Greene to count.
There was Si,5oo in tho roll, and when
hejliad counted it Greeno coolly handed
both rolls to his partner, the slock bujer,
vho quickly got behind his big gun and
backed off with the boodle. Greene
warned Eastman not to follow, as the
man was dangerous, and promised tomako
good the amount, saying that ho thought
lessly gave both rolls of money to the bold
footman. They then went back to town,
and Gicene went to Eastman's lions') and
took dinner, excusing himself in time to
join his confederate iu getting out ol town
on tht l2;5o A. M. train, aud thou Far
mer Eastman began to be alarmed and
notified tho Sheriff, who forthwith tele
graphed to Carroll, but failed to catch tho
men there, but overtook them at Dedham.
They escaped him in tho dark there and
tho Sheriff then wired the Dcs Moines po
lice with the above results.
TUKXEIt CEI.E111UT10X.-P01IKT11 OK JULY.
Tho only and original celebration
in Oregon this year will be held at
Turner. If you don't bcliovo it,
conio and havo a good old fashioned
time. Bead the following pregram:
Parade 9 a. Jt.
Beading Declaration Independ
ence. Vocal music.
Beasscmblo by band music 2 1 m.
Signor Leo, the tightrope walker
will bo with us and givo an exhibi
Double foot race.
Catching tho greased pig.
The exercises of the day will wind
up with a grand ball at the Masonic
President Judge J. C. Peebles.
Header W. M. Kaiser.
Orator P. II. D'Arcy.
Chaplain W. T. Van Scoy.
Grand marshal J. M. Watson.
Aids M. McKlnney, J. J. Miller.
Articles of Incorporation.
Tho Clatsop county Boad and
Construction Co., of Astoria, bus
tiled articles of incorporation, with
10,000 capltnl stock.
Miss Pearl Scott, tho favorite pian
ist, has been engaged to play tho
piano In tho orchestra at the mil
itary ball In Corvallls, on tho night
of the 4th.
The Shustn uxproes varied the
monotony of late arrivals this morn
ing by running In ton' inlmitOH
ahead of time.
At Hit I'ott Dy d Mf,'M,
The vigilant Imp, Indlxentlon, KoadH u
with hi many-lMlied Mount. KhcIi Uwli
I a diabolic symptom. No comfort In mX-
Inv inUKrvnfturu'unU. littlo or IjrOKtill rtt
Ht nlKlit, vUliatkMM of tlir nltehtiiutra lu
lt fitful Interval of sleep, an uprUlnjc
unreiremiea ana wiinoui aiijmiu, iii
nuwaudyawnliiK durliiK the day, nervmi
nM and Irritability of temper, even mono
mania In extreme cut, Hard U Itatr, all
tliU '- -- - N'nl a tllMWMIld time
no, M long a j I tetter' Momach Hitter,
the iiMlloi? rotiic lor Indlwwllon, acute
or chronic, I procurable. The wiiiuneuc.
meat or u eoir ut IhU medicine i the
Hiiiuneiteeinent of a cure. J'jwinpt relief
tint, alwolute enMlUmtloii uleiueiily.
The truth of till Maleiiumt, hack) d up by
Irrefragable laailiiuHiy, U well known Ui
Ui American people. Mo are oilier, u.
that tit IllUera avet and cure few r and
ague and ullkotw remittent, and remove
nervowMMMt, blUouanea, niiwtlpatlon,
and kldMjr and bladder tKulle.
J. W, Webb, at tlie Kealdenee of.tb
utoibar of ine bride, near Turner, H.
Ward, ofrialrin, and Mlxl.ulu, ouueal
daughter of the late Uwnlel Clark.
T. icF. PATTON
Plain and Fancy Stationery,
Embossed Scrap Pictures,
Day School Rewards,
Natural Law in the Spiritual World 25c,
Leather Card Cases,
Leather Pocket Books,
London Incandescent Steel Pens, Nos, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 k 5,
Acme Writing Tablets.
98, STATE ST. - SALEM, OR
G. W. JOHNSON,
CARRIES A FINE LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, etc.
235 Commercial Strert, - Salem
Win. BECK & SON,
flie Sportsman's lloadrnartors
IMPROVED -:- AMMUNITION I
Toys, Cutlery, Novelties, Indian GIiilis, Hoxliig Gloves, an
everything usually kept iu a gun store.
04 State Strbist, - - Salem:.
THE BEST STOCK OF STOVES
R. M. "WADE & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM,
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES,
Also a Cwpletc SUek if Hardware ml.Firu Machinery, Wagwis ami Carriage.
CITY 18 AT
Cliartor Oak Stoves,