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COUItt home NEWS.
BTATE TAX EQUALIZE116.
Jns. Meeker went to Koscbun? to
day. Elmo Davis returned today to
Prof. Pnrvln went to Albany this
33. C. Hcrrcn returned from Port
Lydcll Uakcr canio up from Port
Itudolpli J'racl returned to Tort
I Jtid yesterday. '
Tho?. Kay returned home from
A. 0. Woodcock enmo up from Port
Dr. J. W. VorcI returned this morn
I ijr from a trip up the valley.
Jos. Vlcninl returned homo today
after n lengthy visit In Portland.
8. A. Cltrk wiw a north bound pas
sender mi the Salem local thin morn
ing. A. A, SimmoiiH, formerly In the
photograph ImiIhiicsa In Halcin, re
turned to Portland thin morning.
Jacob C. Graler nged '21 became a
student In tho Wind School. He ac
companied Kev. Kllcwer from near
Irving, Linn county.
Prof. K. II. AuderHon went to
Portland on tho early train this morn
ing to nttcndn meeting of the State
Thos. niundell, tho Mornlngsldc
poultry yard man, has Just recovered
from a long spell of Illness and Is glad
to bo about again.
Governor Fletcher announces that
that ho will do no Democratic crow
ing, and tho biggest rooster at tho
poultry show will bo named in his
0. AV. Humphrey, district deputy
of tho I. O. O. P. was In tho city from
Jefferson .yesterday, and a&slsted In
tho Installation of tho ncw offlccrs of
Rev C. E. Kllowcr returned on tho
local thin afternoon from Irving Linn
county, where ho was called to preach
for n week In tho Monnonlto church
near Irving. Ho reports twelve good
meetings In which great spiritual Int
crest.waw manifested tho church and
Pastor Itev. J. Schrag received tho
Silcrn minister's assistance with
1). S. Kaln, of Kunnysldo Fruit
Pjrms, returned today from a few
weeks In tho Vancouver fruit region.
Ho found tho fruit Interests verv on.
couraglng. Growers had marie money
off both green ami dried fruits. The
growers there have moro experience
than Wlllamctto valley irrower. Tiiv
uro old In tho business and thus havo
tho advantage Mr. Kaln feels much
encouraged over tho outlook.
CALLED TO f.JOLANO.
A youcj man, who camo over from
Qttit Britain a tw months flgo to
tnokc bis Jiotoo In the fitturo among
the patriotic Inhabitants of America,
recently addressed tho following self
explanatory letter to Marlon county's
clerks ".Dear Sir: Please consider
my declaration of Intention to become
ait American citizen null and void.
Circumstances havo arisen about my
father's estate In England which make
It Imperatively necessary for mc to re-
sumo my allegiance to Orcat Urltnln.
I hate already sent my renewed alle
giance to Her IJrltannlc Majesty's
government. Hoping that iacc and
prosperity may continue between the
two countries, etc."
WANT A NEW 1UMI.
D. W.Early, JohnC'raigand twenty-
six other residents of tho Waldo hills
section have petitioned the county
commissioners' court for the establish
ment of a new road, of the usual width
forty feet -to begin at n Mlnt In
the center of the Salem and Maclcay
county road, that being the most west
erly southwest corner of the Benja
min Wnldcn d. 1. c. Int. 8 s, r'2 w,
thence to run north to the southeast
corner of the Nicholas Shrum d. 1. c,
and north on the line between the
above claims to the northeast corner
of Shrum's place which Is the center
of the Salem andSouth Howell Prairie
road. Tho petition will bo presented
to the court on the second day of the
January term, which convents next
M'NAHV Vrf. WH.I.IAMH.
II. P. McXary, receiver of tho Wil
liams k England's banking company,
recently petitioned Judge If. II. Hew
itt, of department 2fo. 12, Marion
county circuit court, for an order lim
iting and fixing the time within which
those who have claims and demands
against the corjionitlon shall make
proof thereof to the satisfaction of
the receiver and thatsuchorderdlrcct
the time within which the creditors
of the corporation shall present their
claims. The court directed that
ninety days be given from the date of
tho first publication of n notleo to
such effect and nt tho expiration of
that time tho receiver must make a
full nud complete report of all the
claims presented against the funds In
his possession and all the parties In
terested therein may havo thirty days
In which to mako objections to the
claims, should they have Just cause
for 60 doing.
MK8. I'AYTON'H BUIT.
A few weeks ago Mrs. Mary Pavton
petitioned tho court that she be made
n party In tho suit of J. A. Maker vs.
tho Williams A; England Uanklnir Co..
she being ono of tho creditors to the
extent of $100, and that she be decreed
to havo n Hen on tho real premises Sherm'a'nV
REDUCE ASSESSED VALUATION NEABLY
Tb9 itit equalization board bat com
pleted Its work and returned tho
llgurcs to the secretary of stntc.who
with the governor and treasurer will
now proceed to make tho state tax
The figures for the assessment of
Oregon for 18M have been tabulated,
the work of balancing having been
finished at a late hour last night.
The figures show the workof the board
of equalization and readers can de
termine what articles of property
have been raised In value arid what
reduced, also the several localities
which have been affected one way or
another. Twenty counties were re
duced, ten were raised and two arc
left without change Curry and Mor
row. The total not reduction from
the valuation as returned by the
counties Is W,"51,5."3. The following
table shows the totnl value for tho
siaie or cacn item assessed, as re
turned by the counties and equalized
by the beard:
Town lots $ 38,856,398
Improvements ... 1 6,338,74 1
K. It. lands
Rolling stitck .
The following table gives the total
gross valuation In each county as re
turned to the secretary of state and
Cilliam 1.493 055
(J rant 1.325.519
Mr. and Mra W. lis McOscar re
turned today from Turner.
MlasOnlo JIcKlnne7 returned fe
day from a short visit In Turner.
ri. rri,n...n I'flrt.i.llf rntrirnnd
homo tbdify after a visit with, f rieiidsl
Mrs. Thos. II. Ilcynoltls returned; tol
Portland today after a week's visl
"Mrs. W. 0. Hawley and cHifilroc?
turned today from n visit wltli'Tola
tlvcs In Albany.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. 0. Hopkins, of
Albany, arc guests of Mrs. Hopkins'
mother, Mrs. E. C. Small.
Miss Julia O'Mcara, of Santa Itosa,
California, Is the guest of Mrs. Geo.
A. Edcs and Mrs. Henry W. Meyers.
Miss IlattlcStowcll returned to Eu
gene today, after a two wccks visit
with her sister, Mrs W. E. Calkins.
Miss Mabel "Wiggins returned to
her school at Oregon City this morn
ing after a holiday visit with hor
brother In this city.'
Mrs. 1. 1). Poyer returned to Port
land this afternoon, after a holiday
visit at the parental homo of J. M.
Long, on East State street.
The Junior Unity club will meet In
Chauning hall, on Friday night,
January 3. On Sunday night
Rev. Mr. C6peland will lecture In an
swer to the question, "Is Francis
Schlatter the Lord Jesus Christ Come
forthe Second Time ? Unity
club meets' tonight In Channing Hall,
fourth and fifth nets of the "Merchant
A READING ROOM.
The ministry in other towns arc
recommending the establishment of
places on the main street where
wa nuth, pleasure and freedom may
be combined to combat the tendency
of the saloon. It may be said that
Siilcm Is n head on that. The W. C.
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SA.IvE' A. 1
S. M. &E.H. STOCK
115 STATE STREET.
ANOTHER finsi ARRIVAL (IP SHOIiS.
GREAT MONEY SAVERS-WHY?
Because we sell cheaper tlian nn
other house arid because the Shoes
aee the best make, No shoddy stuff
in the store. All holiday goods left at
When the Women Vote.
They wcro discussing n proposed en
tertainment vrheu tho caller asked:
"Havo you invited MIsa do Vcrcy?"
"Oh, dear, uol" replied tho hostess.
"I couldn't think of it for n momont."
"But, my cloar child, sho is n charm
Ing conversationist and a splendid
dancer. Sho is wonderfully attractive
In tho ballroom."
"I know it," admitted hor hnn..
j "but you eco sho is an offensive parti.
"Woolen Mills Store,
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uow nem oy me defendant corporation nutmook 1,252.763
as security for the amount of her de- K11' 7(44(55
rvwlr. Ini.l.i,llnn .!. i. . . ...... I V.nlP.n 3.917.6S3
ir, :?:," stMJUljr X? .w &
-., .ww, 4U tllin jniioii a uemurrcr
has been Hied which asserts that tho
petition docs not state facts suniclcnt
to constitute a suit and does not en
title her to the relief demanded.
Joint Inbtaixation. There will
lw a Joint Installation of ufllccm elect
of Scdwlck post and Hollcf corps, at
their hall In tho State Insurance
Tho total receipts, In tho form of
fees collected by tho countv Hor
during IXcember, were WOO nnd for
tno year Just passed tho Brand total i
H.393.80. This, by months, Is as fol
lows: January, 1271.65: February
329,30; March, 1200.20; April, Wio;
May, M73; June, $422.60; July, f.117.70
August, 1320.75; Scntemtvr. kiii.jx
October, WI8.80; November, $171.25
ifcccmoer, m. Caunty Recortlcr P.
". waters' collection for tho last
month of tho old year foot up $253.20
TAX ROU. CUANaiS.
Tho county clerk's onico has Bone to
work on the tax roll changes made by
tho stato board of equallratlon, as
follows; railroad rolling stock add
1-1 per cent; merchandise add 10 ner
"Yes, indeed. Why, sho tried to get
mo to voto tho Ropublican ticket, and I
couldn't for n moment think of giving
her an opportunity to mako converts nt
my dance, I'vo had to leavo her ont"
0 natural Jy, under thoso circum-
UNION BARGAIN STORRftSXi "Bat
I "Not suitnblo person to invito, my
" dear. Sho's not in our set nt nil. "
"i nacin't heard of that. What's tho
T. LT. have on Court street between I Away Off. The morning paper
liberty and High. A room which is says: "Judce Hubbard, annolnted to
Ormsby, will Install on tho part of the
bedcwlck Post. All members of post
and corps are requested to bo present
to help mako it InterestliiB,
WBATHEit FoiiEOAST.-Frlday fair,
followed by rain, warmer.
Uu es' $10 wacklntos ,S 1 low $7
.Men's w.60 Mack ntoshes now n fio
1 "." EAIl 11 b cuts here
i5J M ,T,unl0! ""ViiSwiLis.
fiSolach "" W0l 8hlr,a drawers,
la f ."V'Iia" h iiuciiter nrlctM
ri y& u HwmMo i"r yd?
jKJlluchall woof heavy plaldo
Ffno French l!aunel0a yd,
Hno tlerman llaunels 25o.
JJ ch niport ladles olotit 00o yd.
cm fii W ,tadl" c,ol' od
.vien's $7 Kuiu now $0.
i -srTi JK Kff 8U,ts a reduced-
WILLIS BROS. & CO.
- Jl "1 Uty itmt.
MxnSZr vw cWHJMrod
mules, subtract 8 per cent. To extend
mww enanges on the tax roll will
take tho 1 1 1110 of several competent
clerks for several weeks.
December 31, Sheriff Knight sold,
Inthocasoof EiniC. Wvnfr. vu t,J
II. Ifoll . .1 t 1 . lK'
" vt u,i on.t:iosHro or a mort
gage sold to plaintiff 48 acres of laud
In t 6 1 w, $1200.
Iu tho matter of aid for mi.. r
Taylor, Miss Mary Burrui was allowed
M for nursing from December Oth to
New TouAY.-EdwIn w. n.,vnni.i, I
A. C. McCleland and rrn nf.-.. :i
Raker city; Julius L, Mayor, Alber
land; J. O. Messlngor, of Laurel, were
To,l ;i59.73 I153.067.t77
EXEMITIONS AND NET TAXAIILF.
Tlie following table gives tho exemp
tions In each county and tho net tax
able property after deducting the ex
cmptlons. This last column gives the
amounts upon which the levies nro
Raker s na.mn
always warmed and lighted and every
ono who enters Is made welcome.
Plenty of reading If desired and
nothing to pay. 'o man need enter a
saloon in Salem for any of the real
comforts of life.
Gilliam.. ...... 103,531
L ncoln 08,051
Multnomah ... 837,159
J lk 370,437
Washington., . 359,010
AVatf.ii Supply. President AA'al
lace, of the Salem AA'atcr Co.. was
seen today'about the prospect of build
ing a new crib in the AVillamcttc
river, to secure a better supply of
filtered river, water, Ho said the
company would put In such n crib
with a tittering aparntusat an expense
fill a vacancy and then elected for one
term, is a candidate for renomlnatlon.
as Is also Jap Mlnto, who succeeded
the late It. G. Brown, by appointment
of the county court." Judge Hubbard
was not appointed to fill n vacancy.
Ho was regularly elected and Is serv
ing on his first term. Jap Mlnto was
appointed to fill an unexpired tvrm.
1 ho Statesman will correct as to
"How thoughtless of you I AVhy, sho
doesn't oven voto in our ward." Chi.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I
Lucas County j M
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he it the
senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney &
Co, doing bminesi In the City of Toledo,
County and State Hforwaid. and that laid firm
of perhaps $5000, whenever tho wc8t!SJh!?0ONEHUNUREDpOL
bank of t l.A rW-J na ,t...i c .. r2ilb. ior e"h and every cae f Catarrh that
to prevent tho cbnnnol clinntlnr
Tlal 8,021,751 $141,445,400
COMPAIUTIVE FIGURES. '
Gross value, 1891 si55.8.fH
Gross value,' I895.'i
Ohm for HoUche,
IicBccu a W. .'" " -,BC."rr
I eduction, 1895
et taxable, 1894
et taxable, 1895
H4.415.420 sonnel I
There is no certainty where tho chan
uei may bo In a few years, A survey
has been made, and tho protection of
tho bank at AVost Salem will be ono of
tho things fought to bo secured nt the
present session of congress.
Hospital Affairs. The board of
control of tho Salem hospital held an
other meeting yesterday, with all
members except Messrs. Ilruce, Hodg
kin and Davey, In attendance, The
time and term of Miss IJowman's en
gagement was definitely settled, and
and accrued bills audited. The Uni
tarian society was first on hand with
supplies, and a good start Is now made
In tho equipment of tho now hospital,
Plans for plumbing and laying of
wires for electric lights were also
made. It is not yet known lust,
what date a formal ononlnir win k
made, but presumably within ten
Officers Installed. The new of-
iters 01 vnemeketa lodge No. 1, 1, o.
. r., were installed AVed
cannot bo cured by the use of Hall't Catarrh
c ... Frank J. Cufney
unuui ui wigre roc nna mnvtimi in m.
presence, this 6th day of December. A. D
Hall'i Catarrh Cure is taVen internally and
acts directly on the blood and musouasurfacei
. mc tjnaa. send ior testimonials, free-.
.111. " J Cheney & Co. .Toledo, )
Et7Sold by Drucgists, 75c.
"When Baby was sick, wo cyo hf r Castoria.
When aha was a Child, the cried for CastorU.
When the became Miss, ahe clung to Caatorla.
"When she had CUMrenaho Kare them Castoria,
report of J. A. Fulton, healrii'
Office. The quarterly
v. u j, .a. uiton, health otllcef
of Astoria, was received today at the'
Tillinghast What a bashful girl Miaa
Elder is I
aildorsloevc Yes, ahe's oa tho r
tirod list. Detroit Froa Fno.
""t JersoyvilJe, His., July 10 tiio
rcarllng colt Jasper furnished a sensa
Hon by pacing n eecond heat, half mile,
Almost oven' raco horsA lma ?!,...
moro or less troublesomo which may ef
feet tho result of n raco and which must
bo constantly guarded against.
Horso Haven, as tho training grounds
at Saratoga are called, has been laid out
In four avenues, tho names of which
aro Lamplighter, Bourko Cookran, Trou
bio and Okolona.
A banner with n dpimnMnMn,,
Ing carried on to tho course at Ascot by
Salvationists was torn to rags and tram
pled under foot, and somo of its bud.
porters were badly treated
Dolma-Dactche. tha h ,... ... .
Matchbox for tho grand priso of Paris,
lost his dam when ho was very young
and had to bo reared on jenny'n milt
which is very nutritious and easily dl
A I? 1. . .
. i-rwicn speculator took a Iwtot
130,000 to 00 that ho could not nam;
io winners a tho French Oaks, French
Derby, Grand Steeplechase and Grand
Prix. Ho named tho four and landed
by Deputy District Grand Master G.
" . iiumpnrey, of Jefferson.
Tan D scot ry Bayed His Llf0
SJlldk'OAA'. O. nnhliorH 7
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J 2.245.810 1 u, J . " Lowls. V. G.: AA'. T. Rledon.
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sTOiniing wretary; C. C. AVorriPt-
?""anc retaO-:W. M. Sigmond,
w aniens AV. L. AVest, conductor; Y.L
Mr. G, CalUouite. Druccit, Ikarersvllli.
HI., sari: 'To Dr. Kln-. v' r!f?sv11":
,5I.U?.-. .vVft h U GriSJ I m.e? W,J,e. nWe guard: J. AV. O'bon
fl 11 niilM. n v ..
to the ..h rVJt',. .i'"q lV nww tone
.- w w ) ytrt A. Uec's
1 ihe nhwirt.. v: jrr " 'J''nM ...oi..; .. , ". 'r: " w
butof no . and ',K up and ,0. i 3f r ' . w nn ' J' 1V YouWf. 'S.
I U not live. lUvine DrKJ xvi ?' C,'- Claggett, L. S. X. G.;
W bet?, M.rilL'" to L-.V.G'!RIKeenc,R. S. S.: X
tlttt tk.. .. w .
upandaboa. .tn it" Hiie was. roisotl, U SrS:
- - . 1 11 is wnnn -
In ...IX -- -- nweau aim wainlit
iia. we wont Ln .. " """'
wl.lw.. 1. it " " . r or
Wv sK.m ,ree m41
Children Cry for
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
;Most Perfect Made,
Mr. Skidmoro fsovoiplri ?.- i-
Jones telis mo you thnished his' bod
ihamefnlly today U that true?
John No, sir.
Mr. Skidmorc-Then wliat did Jonei
mean by telling mo that?
y!'Ul jst m:ul a mistake. I diJn'i
thrash Jim Jonos shamefully. I wal
joped him lwntlfUIy."-Harpert Bst
Dealer U Groceries, Paints
ad ilio Hiftst complete steck f
Bruskes ef all Klads U the
Hair, Cement aad SJdiigleaaiuJ
MHftst QHalltv of CiRARS flKEnu
The clothing busk
ness in Salem during
the past year has, in
a general way, had its
rough sailing, But the
Woolen Mills Store
has stood like Gibral
ter and sold the most
and best goods. It's
home-made and all
wool goods, coupled
witn square dealing,
has done that busi
ness, and the intention
of the managers is to
put in a large stock the
coming season at
prices that will corres
pond with small in
comes, and at the
same time the standi
ard of these popular
goods will be fully
kept up, and its many
friends and patrons
can rely in the future
on getting reliable
goods, the same as in
?t ', " P7de". Hniments, hesl
ing lotions and ointments, blisteiing oint
wv. ' pur,ivf P'l' nd colic medicines al-
COSULTAaTvFRCEhE!P " Mt"-
W. C. MITCHELL.
CMrHaUa,e ' nt' Vet CoUeSe. Toronto
RrRu" ?1d Pnjafy t Red Front Livery
oble, balem, Oregon.
?, ND.lPn. the Silverton-Salera stage
'" ? purse, containing a sum of
money Owner cn have same by proving
property. Inquire of Silverton stage drivtr.
wuKAKCE.-J N. Fen.on, agent for
western Assurance orToro-ito, Phoenix of
-ondoo. New Zealand Inurancc company
nd the Etna Life and Accident, has
moved his office in with the Globe Real
I "" otiice, up stairs in pot office build.
- '"g-. i.a.irn
ROYAL nttn,, ;
Highest of all In leavening
Strtnxttl,U. s. Government Rtporb