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' mnwWirj' Wit 'tWIU WP 'W I
OVEU THE CAPITAL CUT.
Complete Recital of the Daily Doings Com
piled From Various Sources.
Happening Over tlio City and News
From tlio Country Hounilnliont.
Imlepfutnfe foin" A'-Mil.
Properly In Independence h
stea'Jlly nil vane' n?, ind yet in very
cheap. The A. Wolf proper. y on
Monmouth sheet was offivcd four
montliH ugo for J.JOO, nod we under
stand $1500 Is now the price. In
July the lot and n half, oneof which
A. M. Hurley purchased, was offer
ed for $1250, or $2o0 less than pres
ent prices. The land adjoining the
Bkatlng rink was offered for ?600
and $700 is asked. The hit where
Crosley's hougnph gallery stands
could have been bought for $100 and
now $500 Is asked. That lot on the
corner near J. D. Irvine's house was
offered a few months ago for $300
and now $-100 is asked. Six hundred
dollars was considered a good price
fivo months ago for twenty-three
feet front across from Cooper's bank
and $700 lias been refused. There
aro speculators now here who buy
up nil small b.trj,uins and re-sell at u
small advance. West Side.
SMALLPOX HAS HAD ITS HUN.
Salem's Quarantine About to He Raised
The Vessel Abandoned.
Tho divers who have besn investi
gating the wrecked Yaquliu Bjy,
having completed their labors, found
that the vessel is badly damaged.
Blio litis been abandoned to her fate
and all hopes of saving her given
up. 6ovvr.il holes aro in her bottom,
which is badly broken.
She lior near tho jeny on the in
sido mid is lc-ilii-; upon the roci;s
which have rolled down from the
rock work on tho jetty. Her fuivi.
turo lias nil been removed and he
machinery will be taken oiu. The
vo sol's luiM, denuded of every io-iv;
of value that can be removed is le
tobocomo buried in tho sands.
As no new c v of', joxlife
developed for bcveral wee.s i iid
p' those who we.e sick with it have
cnliiely recovered, the qupuiniiae
flag Is nbout o be torn down and the
qi'T: ulJie b.'iT'Ctidc removed from
the No'-th Salem thoroughfaiC3.
Since its fl-st appearance In our
city there have been but fie two
cases of varioloid and tho four cases
of smallpox In tho Schwab family.
The patients have all recovered, lit
tle tho worse for the confinement.
Tho result of the scare to tho com
munity is seen in the largo number
of persons that havo been vaccinated.
This llttlo smallpox experience
has served to demonstrate to us that
more people are scared to death than
dlo of this disease. Where vacciua
tion Is performed and strict meas
ures of quarantine observed a small
pox epldomic is impossible. Mo
have learned as well that we cau,
by dieting, prepare our system for a
slego of smallpox. Persons who
prepare for it by the plenteous use of
fruit, lemons, eia, need fear no
danger for it passes through them
as gently as docs the measles.
PURCHASING A WATER POWER.
Casting Around For a Location
Salem's Woolen Mills.
tefl by ilie
ill if rw n
Tli it llonible Smallpox.
At tho time James East of Albany
took tho smallpox Henry Pater, better-known
as "Dutch Henry," who
boarded at East's awhi'o and had
been with him considerably, also
took it. Saturday Pater was put in
tho cnlnbooso for being drunk, and
has since b'okon out with the dis
ease. Ho wi'B moved to tlio pest
house. Tho Strictest quarantine is
being observed, and no further
spreading of (lie d'se.ise is anticipa
ted. There mo hut tho two eases at
Messrs Albert, Moorcs ani
by, tho committee appoln
citizens of Salem to confer
owners of water powers
the purchase of suitable
the nronosed woolen m
present discussing the in
examining tho various U
Gray Bros., it is learned, aro ready
to once more sell their oil mm
bito rnd power for $10,000, reserving
a building site. The McCornack
and several other powers are being
discussed, but us jet no definite pre
positions havo been agreed upon.
The woolen mills will at least requite
a power of 150 horse and tho difll
ctilty is in finding a desirable loca
tion where so great n power can be
While tho committee on location
i i epui forming their labors of ditto v
e ing i' suitable hhu,lho woolen mills
proposition is receiving thorough
discus.MO.i ! .id tlu 'ea pre 'i'H- Hit.
siichr i c tet'.i .be ve must have.
R. Held of Sliver Creek Falls is in
tho city to-day.
Painless dental 'operations at
Dr. T. C. Smith, 02 State street, tf.
T. P. Lnke of Yrck.i, C.-J.. "s te
iict of Iiis bi other, C. N. Lake in
A manlike lisense was this
monlng granted to 'C. M. Smith
and Eva Lynes.
Wheat is won h only 7. cents
at AlLauy now. Salem continues
to pay 75.
If you are looking for Hats ca'l
on tho Capitol Adventure Co., opera
house corner. tf
Eve,y dry several families aril-
c in oiv e'uy and find homea heio
or ia the county near.
You will always find No. 1 gro
ceries at L. S. Winters, the popular
Court street Grocer. 1 ni d w
The river stands at ten feet
above low water mark. It was
eleven feet Tuesday evening.
Tho place to buy your Holiday
Goods is at tho Capitol Adventure
Company, opera house corner. tf.
Before purchasing clothing it
will pay you to call on the Capitol
Adventure Co., opera house comer.
TL'e snag-puller Corvallis has
gone down the river and is engaged
in pulling snags along the Colum
' t'hn nlnna IfililiTr .-.it.. TJ l!lo
P-'esenfs Cheap is at the Jetvehy
Si,o.e ot' Johu G. Ea.v, 100 SU'le Si.,
A ,en halem Institution.
The Union Title Aust.-i.ct Com
pany to-day tiled articles of incor
poration wiili fhofcecciow.ty of stt'to
and cou.i.y clc. k. O. N. Smith, II.
M. lirui'o i cud C. J J. Mootts aio
tho iuco .x'iriorw, tlio capital s.ock
$5,000 in two bundit'd equal she'd,
und tho p'-ice of husl.iei Sriein.
This company will open a genorrl
real csIimo nb tract ofllco in this ciiy
on Januaiy first.
lift Maul's U:xiar.
At tho Coure;, .t'oual oliiuch
lust night tho entertainment pre
pared by the ladles of tho church
won presented to a largo audience.
Tho program was full of Interest
ami the largo attendanco was highly
pleased. Following tho musical
part of tho program tho parlors of
the church were thrown open wlillo
a Mippcr wits spread. This also was
I I !
Tbejr Killed Two (loan.
Iu tho vicinity of Sublimity bears
of lato have been oto.itlmj; sad havoo
luiioug the slieep. On Monday tho
sportsmen of the community gave
chase ami killed two large black
boars. They were lino specimens,
one weighing 417 pounds and the
other over COO. Ruhllinlty Inn boon
feasting on her meat ever since.
A School hnttrulnmtnt.
A rhetorical entertainment la In
preparation and will be presented
by tho scholars at the East Salem
High school on Friday afternoon.
It will bo a pleasant occasion us
much time is being devoted to the
.Supreme Couit Decisions.
George A. Hartman, resp,
John N. Young, upp., appeal Jit
Umatilla county, tho decision of
lo ver court was amrmeuf oplnlojil (,,, ., ,p , ,
by Lord J. This is thocontesteJTc., ewbe.c. "
election case over tho clerkslUp of
Umatilla county and scats xfeict
iiian, democrat, who wasNteclared
elected by the circuit court upon tho
recount over Young, republican,
who had a majority according to the
State of Oregon ex. rel. and P. A.
Davis etui., resp's. vs. Adolph Wolf
et al app's, motion for rehcniiiig
denied; opinion by Strahan J. This
is tho Sllverton city election c:'se,
r.ul was decided by tho supreme
court last week, upon which app.
nppKed for a relieving.
Fraui S-'f ai la 'i he Se.
Secretary MniiiUug of tho f? 'em
Board or Trailo lust nllu rewivpci
notice fi'oni the ofllciais of theA:
to.m & South Cor. t It. Iv. that .hoy
arc now ready Tor a coufore.ipo yh
tlioSuleni commiileo renrdhifuio
extension of ihe r lino to this blty.
As tho holidays a;o so neur uiiqu tjs
It is deemed advlwhlo to defer tho
conference until the first week iu
January. At ihat li'iio tho S:leni
delegation will Visit .Astoria, fortne
ptCbOtitatlou of ovv claims anddi.
ciixjion of tho projected route.
visit to the ;pllory of Cattor-
Hi), tho litest, duniojbtmtoa tlio
axiom tlitit gxHxl work alwajs llm's
a ready sale mid good goo Jin Attn
market. Fie is rushed with work
and conllmiort to .urn out the boot,
always giving complete bAtKfncuon.
He is agent for Prof. ! tinibolu's
oil painting. Glvehluia call and
get a perfect iikonow. tf.
Ai ln rttltii.
David II. Tullls. an lusano jvitlent
from Candon, Gllllmu oouiuy, was
brought to the asylum ywterdny,
ThU Is his soooiiil attack aud Is tho
result of overwork and light diet.
At Slhe -Creek KIU
Willie otuer jo'.uio.is a
ttci'ied to booms of j,rer,.er
inagnltudo, Silver Cek Fi
popular moun'j'.lu bummet le t
tut cx.tuit itVD. 3 tiutt it'll-. r& Vi-
dayJolinIIopba.il K,ld his rruch
to some eas.c a men who w:l at
oneo erect a emmoo'ous tou.i.
hotel. The p.i? iwld wni f'CO.
Among other noUble Juiuroveuio i i
is the cstabilbbnient of a pou.vblo
biwv mill near tho city. It Is the
property of Scott Bros.
8Bjwrr4 Wll I'bltaltjr.
Tho following iVom the Albany
Democrat would indicate that the
Evengtillst Mooily is of uniblqul.ous
powers, as ho has promised to ap
pear at Albany und Salem simulta simulta
neously: " Atviuisemeuts hae been com
pleted by which ltev. Moody will
absolutely bo Iu Albany on the 2nd
and S.-d of January and hold services
for tho benefit of the college stu
dents of tho state."
For holiday candies, nuts, cigars,
notions, etc, goaud see what Speight
& Soudor, Court street, offer you.
Prices low. 1 m d w
O. M. Smith leave'i to-mo row
for LaCeuito, W. T. where lie will
pass the holidays wli " tile old
folks at home."
Wm. Moyo'", an Jl'inois ppi'.-i-jbt
in S-lem lookliig over the val
ley w.th a iew to muLiiig some
.wc.ia .' ,ia realty.
Vhefeed store of W. L. Yu.es,
ai 202 Commercial sl.eel, 1ms b.-en
attached by paAles who hold note
truiuBt the piop.ietor.
31.. Lrw will I'i'll his new rc-
t. ur. .it '.he Home." Tho I ladle."
of Lie AV. C. T. U. wM co.iUiiue to
se.vo inea'sand lunch atineied!i)g
Be bi'ro and c. Mai Win. 5ev
sii s ti iu e. t mine ! s SLOck l!
OO is be'o.'C :J1 eh' ..I':'
He Its a u;ce i le of
;,khs. Comnr cnl l ?e . , -J d.
JudjO Wi'Uo i ye.te.-d".y ;,. he
ed a bof.uet or tea ro y f.o.n his
gcrden, blooming ia tlio o.iea fir
fiulnota noV'v potccicd. C.u
any one out o.' O 05011 bout 1 'i's?
H. C. El-Jin of F. .1e, 111., is
visiting In S.'.lem, ilie gfc-.'t of his
friend, C. W. C'bdVMito.i. Ho Is a
bleeder of fine slock ajd thitika of
loctlug In tho WiUntiietio valley.
We are just now iu tho
midst c tho bhortest days of the
jca, but. paradoxic' r 3 it niry
seem they aro the lo.ii u ojcb for
tlio a who aro expeoti.ij San..
-'''e. a reoiein je. the C: idy
KLcheit whea you want to buy
youc cc idy, nt(3 r.-d .. for
ho''o'ey pc ejv. We c.oKo a
doe lue o' stnoue.o u.oies 11 id
Tlio firm of W. Beck &S011 lead
in dolls, toys, novelties, scrap-books,
albums, Christmas cards, Christmas
tree ornaments and 1700 other
things to numerous to mention.
04 State Street Sulem Oregon. tf
Nov.ce. All pe.vi.is IrjowJ'j
ioembelve: to bo iot'e ucd 10 Pot. a
& Whli.iey win obi'.o jy ca'"-
f. nl scft ling their iccoim(i w.bla
no nert It ;.y dcys. -v.
ItO' AS WjtJ'TNEV,
0 ' 1 vl'e rrtlst, Ibeuajd
"2 a L'um'jor of vJews of
In Jo eiy. He is dolnr
Becorder Slrickler to-day com
mitted two vags to fourteen and
fifteen days respectively in the
Follow the crowd amTyou will
turn up at Squire Farrar's, wbero
groceries aie pure and cheap. vJoin
tho procession. tf.
John Karicks, a seventeen year
old Portland lad, was brought to
the Insane asylum to-day. He is
Is violent at times and lazy always
Tho Congregational church peo
ple will spend the evening in sing
ing the hymns to bo used In the
Moody meetings. Pi of. Pan In will
lead the singing. Gospel Hymns
No. 5 wl" be used.
A. N. Busli was to-day appoint
ed guardian of Fred H. Smith, a
minor orphan. He has no properly
other than an insurance policy of
$2,000 for the collection of which
a guardlon is required.
Highland, Clack nmns, Co. Or., Mar. 20.
I have suirered with a dUense or the kid
neys for 0 or 7 years nnd for tho last two
tnnnth.q hnvn hfiim laid UD With a Dnln In
my hack. A friend sent me a (.ample of
the Oregon Kidney Tea, ana naving usea
it one week I can do a good dny's work.
I Havo derived more Denent irom 11 man
all tho medicines I have ever tnken.
J. Q. NEWMLL.
Sold by D. W. Mathews & Co.
You'll regret too lata that you did
not havo your friend or rel: live visit
Sperry the A list and have a pe.
fect likeness taken. Hc?d the
moivl go now before it is fot'evcv
too Lite. For n.tp wo.'k Sjeivy, (lie
. .im, knot.snoaipevKV. li
Every boy will bo presented
ith a top and every t,irl with a
story book. This applies to all
wno muko purchases at George
F Smith's great Auction House
urine tho Holidays. Bo sure and
Koth & Greenbaum wi'l in a lbmcmber this. tf.
few days open up a fresh stock of l,t .Tohnnsks MipoiiphHoii. "a
groceries, drugs, etc., at 110 Couit A for the saloon or the home?,.
Tho answer given is, "you bet your
Finest Stock in the City!
Furs, Handkerchiefs, Silk Hose,
Silk Mitts, Cloaks, Dry Goods,
Ladies Hand Purses Etc,
239 Cor. State and Commercial)
CAXI AND EXAMINE
life." But when you aro asked
where you can get the best goods
and price on tea, coffee, groceries,
etc., the answer is, at Squire Far
Delicate women who complain of a tired
foci Ins, pains iu the back and loins, deslro
10 Sleep, uizines. painitii or supprK.seu
mensti nation, will tluil In Oiegou Kidney
Toait faithful Irit'iitl. It can buiellcdunon
Inovoir liiMtant to gle Immediate relief
nom Ktuncy uiiu urinary uouoies. xnouh
antlsof women hntlcring evcrj- tiny from
fcomo disorder of the icidncys or liver, who
mlglit bo permanently cured by using
Oregon Kidney Tea.
bold by 1). V. Mathews & Co.
Street Hallway Notes.
Yesterday the three cars for use
on tho Salem street railway ar
ii veil in Portland from St. Louis.
They will be forwarded to Satem t .
uiiy. They are said to be hani'-
tomo carriagos. Uut of iliis we
we e assured, since they aro similar
.0 iho'.o used in AstO'la.
Tlioia:s were shipped from St.
Louis on Monday and Mr. Ba; r tells
us he expects them to arrive here by
butfadiiy of next week, when the
hne wUl bo pushed to an Immediate
Tlio p oposed Center street ex
tension continues to be agitated vig-
o.ously. Aireadvover half the re
quired $1000 has been promised and
tho directors think tho subsidy will
raised without much trouble. In
this event too J'no will be construcS-
ed up Center si ret before sp- ng.
It Is p op03ed a'so to have the
Jiuo extended up Commercial stivet
ioNoiih Salem. This exteusiou as
fyet hes assumed no definite pio-
oortions but it is nevertheless fatroni,
ly ta'ked or. Witn a Coni'uotclal and
Center bireet feader the system of
street railways wouidbea magnifi
cent conveu'ence as well as a cicely
It will Le to the people's interest to examine their stock I
Shoes and boots before buying. Thoy have just received anl
Excellent stock from the best factories, and every pair
Is warranted to give satisfaction.
-When looking for
Fry's Dru.g Store!
Toilet Goods and Oases at Roduood Prloos.
cards over given away in Salem. Free!
vb's for ibo Wet Shn.o, wl'ch w"l
dovoto the Jaau- y inrn'er cKe'Jy
to b. 'o'n, aerpecplenodeulo-p 'zea.
Mi's. E. "W. Laugdou of Albaay
with her blusing del' 'a(d tboie
who atteadod vho ladiea' bva?t at
Iho Congregational church last night,
Mrs, Laagdou has aa ejecepeat
volco which Is under prfect irain-t3-
The llnst llooofHo'iday Goods
over brought to Salem, conaistinj 0
Itlbtniy liiimpa, China Tea Seis,
Vases, Cujw ami Saucers, Eox-wai-ons,
Dolls by tha hundreds, Doll
wagons, etc, can be fouud at John
O. "WrljiK's, Price Cto at bed rook
aud goods flrst-el&sa, tf.
A Hti Caie.
Tiie -tO y of a Jovi.ig yoi.g wjfe
fcept ad -ora he hes'v, id i'iid
p.i.S lie c'pya on a lo ievii.ie
.pjcli ; ot o- or,1!.! t oliy to..,)e.it
est by ihoe.ov! sva0. f's wlto
suj o v .ie 'selves y'eiis'
dr i.g Jetly tl-e-e t' i'-'I
the ml -d Wa wjy, such K ibe
story of M.v, Ella 1 E. Dabcoci.,
who en-no 11 few diys e0o to the
asylum, tVom near Portland, t
Change in Business! !
January 1st," - -, 1889,
We will make
A Change- in Business
ESTABLISHED HT NATIONAL AUIBOC
Paid op, -Surplus,
- I l.uV..Wll
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SALKii Dec. 20th JSS3.
Court was in session n shoit time
this moi c las and took an adjourn
ment to S-C0 this afternoon, when
they expected to reader some decisions.
-For flue work you shou d go to
Cherrlng ton's, tho artist. If you
are looi.'tig for something nice for
the hoMibys, go and see hlin. His
work is ttio finest. Time is fteeilng
isul Cluihtiuas is near. Be bu.-o
ixndglve Mm thuo to ilnlsh your
work up nicely. The acceptedmnVo
lohtwo your "picture sUrnXK"!!
l L&IBSt bitter
Than call at tho Grange Store, 128
State street, if you wautagoodtea
or anything obln tho grocery
line, Dou't fallook at the "White
Bros. Extracts, the beet in the mar
Until that time wo shall oiler our
Entire Stock for CASH at
BEAT Our Own RECORD
FOR LOW PRICES.
That is Saying
A Uootl Deal in
So Short a Space.
And get tho benefit.
Forstncr, Tiffany k Co,
297 Commercial St.. Salem, Or.
A MAN OF
TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE,
And supplied with only
First Class Goods
G. C. II0GAN.
Stato Insurance Co'a. block, Salem
H, B. WALLACE, - - Wae
W. W. MARTIN, Vlce-PtesWe
J. H. ALBERT, r - - CtuM
W.T.Oray, W. W. Martin,
Dr. W. A.Cuslok. J. H. Albert.
T. McS". latton.
To formers on wheat nnd other m!
able produce, consigned or ""''
cuner in pnvaie Kra
Stale and ConntyWprwnls Bought ill
Discounted at reasonable rates.
J .. 1 . Vai Vnrtr. rhlCAS
Prnnclsoo. Portland. London. Pari.
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
DR. J. REYNOLDS,
DR. J. II
m-1. - -ra..lni! Hon
Na vnrfc. lindon and J.?f;
bought and told. State. Counil"
warranu bouahU ?.
Invited to deposit imd. traMMti
with in. Ubeaa mvww tjl
whML vml. hot) and other PnzUil
TZ-?-. J.u Tn.nr.nM OO .-Tw 1
curity eon be obUlued at the
most reltablo companion.