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TJIUHSDAY, DEU. 0. 1888.
Tlio following from an eastern
journnl describes some of the pleas
ures of whiter in that hind The
hiime severity of the storm was felt
nt Halifax, Nova Seotla, where the
galo was bo heavy that the steam
ships refused to leave port. The
weekly mail steamer Vancouver
imd tho steamers Worcester from
Boston and Alpha from Western
ports aro delayed. Montreal had a
particularly exciting time of it.
The, wind blew at the rate of 72
inik'Hitn hour, the minimum belnir
42 miles. The streets and country
roads were banked with snow-drifts
and all homo car trallic has been
stopped. Tho galo last night blew
in a window in Aldermen Koscau's
house and upset u lump, whieh
exploded, Witting (ire to the dwell
ing and fatally burning Mrs. Jtos
scau. Forty-four persons were
picked up In tho streets unable to
make their way ngalnst tho storm.
The steamer Pomeranian, bound
for Liverpool, which was stuck at
Sorelby the aid of four tugs made
an attempt to reach Quebec Sunday.
Blio got as far as Ratiscan, 85 miles
this side of Quebec, where she an
chored for tho night. On Monday
morning not only tho steamship
but tho tugH too were frozen In. She
will not get through tills season.
Ilorbows aro badly cut by the ice
and she may become a total lo?s.
Tho Allen Rteainshlp Company,
who own her, will looso more than
At Quebec tho iron ferryboats
that ply between that point and
Point Lewis were caught in the ice,
which threatened to crush them.
Tho steamship l'oliua, bound from
Capo Hreton to Quebec, was seen
struggling against tho gale and ice
In the Gulf on Famo Point, !20
miles below Quebec, at daylight
Monday morning. She suddenly
disappeared, and has not been seen
since. There are fears that she has
been lost. She had forty passen
gers, a crew of !(0, and a general car
go. Liulct reports blinding snow
storm, easterly gales, and tho Gulf
packed with lee. A similar report
comes from Itlver l)u Loup, 85 miles
below Quebec. A telegram says
that a schooner commanded by
Cnpt. Ovlugton, bound up the Sag
ueuay, was caught hi the Ice and
tho crow would loose their lives.
The schooner It. Treinbluy, Ixiund
for Mille Vaches, Is ashore, and If
not cut to pieces by tho leo will bo
smashed by tho rock, Point Mag-
uerean Signal Station reported a
brig caught in tho leo, powerless
in tho gale, and Hying signals of
distress. Telegraph wires aro down
everywhere and all railroads aro
badly blocked. At Newcastle six
schooners were caught and crushed
in the Ice, am) a similar fate over
took ten vessels at Chatham. Five
vessels wore caught opposite Quebec.
They are exacted to le crushed be
Tho steamer Powerful, while on
liur way from llouchervllle, Satur
day, was caught In the gale near
Molson's Island and was driven
ashore. Tho night was piercingly
will, and uuui and horsea wore
nearly froxeu. Sunday was also
unoiit on board, and It was only
yesterday forenoon that their plight
was discovered. Tho steamer
Lougiieull ran out from tho south
shoiv, hut the men, more than half
dead, hud to jwy an extra fare lie
fore tho Captain would tako (hum
ashore. When the Longiiuull was
returning to tho south shore she,
too, was eaujht In the leo and sev
eral of the blades of her propeller
It was no .small distinction for
the wife of such a man ns General
Sherman to make her mark upon
her time in entire independence of
her husbnnd's fame. Tills the late
Mrs. Sherman achieved. She wos
an intense, energetic individuality.
Her viol's, whether upon religious
or social matters, were all her own,
nnd in her own sphere she ruled ns
vigorously ns the General did in his.
Her loss will be irreparable to the
church and the causes she loved.
Aktek the retirement of President
Cleveland there will bo but two ex
presidents living, the other being
Mr Hayes. Jt is proposed by one
sot of theorists that eaen shall re
ceive n pension for life. Others de
shc that they shall be made ex-of-lieio
senators of tlio United States
without votes, hut with advisory
powers. There are numerous other
Tin: entile national Guard of the
State of Pennsylvania, comprising
8,000 men, will attend the inaugura
tion ceremonies of President Hnrrl
sou at Washington next March.
Governor Beaver will probably lie
grand marshal of the parade, and
in that event Adjustant Genera
Hastings will bo chief of stall'.
Thk agreement among the millers
of the Northwestern Association
may not be a trust, but it might as
well be. It is an agreement to leave
wheat? ungrountl and so advance
the price of Hour. That will be its
effect, and in eUect it is a criminal
conspiracy that ought to be punish
ed with imprisonment.
Gi:xkkal Hakkison is rapidly
acquiring the reputation of "the sil
ent man " It indicates a line qual
ity for the high place to which he
has been called.
Mjih.Ci!:vi:i.ani is said to have
written a cordial letter to Mrs Har
rison, congratulating her upon the
tho general's election.
A IIUNTiNdTON, Connecticut,
woman only .'15 yea is old, has hnd
A Ilei'Mon nnd Sjllabus'
Stato of Oregon, upon relation of
P. A. Davis et al, resps. vs. Adolph
Wolf etui, apps.; appeal from Ma
ion county ; judgment of the court
below atllrnied. Opinion by Struhan
This is tho much talked Sllverton
election ease of last May. At tho
May election tinted ballot paper was
used hy the prohibitionists which
bad been furnished by the secretary
of stato for a previous contest. The
canvassing board refused to count
the ballots so cast and a suit was
commenced in tlio circuit court.
Judge Poise decided that the votes
were legal and should have been
counted. The ouso was appealed to
tho supremo court with the decision
above. Counting tho "citizens" or
tinted ballots several prohis were
elected. The following is the syl
labus in the case:
Ballot Paper Duty of Secretary
of State Section 7507, Hills Code,
has shifted tlio duty of selecting the
suitable ballot paper from tho indi
vlilual voter to the Secretary of
Ballot Paper Use of surplus nt
succeeding election. Under section
2507, supra, a political committee
may purchase of tho secretary of
State "such quantity or amount of
paper as may be necessary or con
venieut," and Its use Is not limited
to n pending election, or tho next
ensuing. The surplus, If any, may
bo used at any subsequent election.
Tinted Paper Secretary of Stato.
If tinted paper bo selected by the
secretary of state and furnished for
ballot pater, ballots printed upon It
are lawful, and must bo counted.
EDDY. In North Salem, Wednes
day morning, Dee, 6, 18SS. Hiram
Eddy, in his 85th year.
HoIh one of the old pioneers of
Oregon, having crossed -the plains
lu 1852 and (eitleil lu Oregon. The
Amoral occurred this morning at
The undersigned having ben re
stored to health by simple means,
after sull'erlng several years with a
Nivero lung atllvtlon, and that
dread disease i-onsuniptlon, Is anx
ious to make known to his fellow
siitleiers the means of cure. To
those who detdre It, ho will cheer
fully Mnit (free of charge) a copy of
the prescription used, which they
win iiiki a siuv euro lor consump
tion, catarrh, itMiiatha, bronchitis1
and all thnmt ami lung maladies.
He hojK all siillbrera will try his
renuily, as It Is Invaluable. Tliox
ilwlrliig the proKTljitlon, which will
coat them nothing, and may prove
a blotting, will please nddre&i, Itov. i
i.iiiii j. iiMju, ivius v.uuuiy,
New York. I
CoDffrnlrp Contagious Diseases.
The dnnger every person runs each
day of catching a malignant diseaso
is very little known. "Tho linpd
ling of money or a book (which
hnve been in the hands of a person
with a cotititgious disease) have
been known to communicate di
sease," said a doctor recently to an
exchange. "In some diseases It is
wonderful the extent to which the
communicating particles can be
carried. Persons linv taken the
smallpox a mile distant from the
hospital. Scarlet fever Is very con
tagious. A tires folded up "at the
bed of a dying patient and placed
in a trunk has conveyed the poison
to a family of four children four
miles distant when the dres3 was
unfolded In their presence after
three months time has elapsed.
Whooping-cough and diphtheria aiv
probably never conveyed excopt b
the breath of tho patient. Mcusles
is communicated a great distance
and is communicated by the cltith
ing and carried about by peisonn
visiting the sick room. It is certain
that many diseases have been con
tracted by attending the funeral m
some person who has died of somi
contagious disease. Too much cue
cannot be taken in disposing of tin.
clothing, or disinfecting everything
that has been near a person sufl'ei
ing with a communicable disease. !
After tho patient has shown the
first symptom" of scarlet fever It
takes forty-nine days before the pa
tient is Ire from infection, smallp x
fifty-six days, measles twenty-eeveu j
days, dlptherla twenty-eight days, ,
mumps twenty-one days and ty- j
phold fever twenty-eight days." I
For weak anil delicate women nothing '
builds up tlu cntlie n.vMein moio tlior
ouglily mill elleetimlly than Ore con Kid-'
.ley Ten. It Is cwlully mlnplctl lu dlrciiK-s i
fecnllnr to tlio sex, Is ploiiwint to tnlo uiitl
8 pleasant tutuko uiul li. every Instance
nrnvos of cient vnlue. OiCL'on Kldnt v
ten is composed of lieiui found In Oregon,
is put up in neni iin ioes, unu can lie
pu'piircd fre-ili u.Vhlmply bleeping In 1ml
mild. It contains no intnrinl Milistfincc
whutover, Is pleiiMUU to take and never
fal's to curr kidney and urinary tioub!e
Sold lv IX W.;Mnthem ,M Co.
WANTfc.D-A HOY TO WORK ON A
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This powder never varies, . marvel ot
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trouomlcal tluin the ordinary "Onils, anil
run not ho sold In competition with tho
multitude of low test, short ueVht iilumor
phosphate powder. Sold only In can.
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CITY IS AT
Charter Oak Stoves,
Farm Machinery, Wagons and Ca.riag
SHEEP FOR SAE'
300 head of ptock sheep for sale.
For prices and particulars, address
A. care Capital Journal ofllce.
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