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BVEiTCNG- CAPITAL irOtTBKAL. OTEOA', NOVBatBER M8, iW,
2&$m IP NEW- DRESS GOODS Tho season's daintiest fabrics are now oVonr counters, although a few Btragglere are still to come. &e's a Perfection of color combi iation ana beauty of weave in toe Ew tilings that will be a treat for &ou. We will try to make your visit - IF - Yon are golngl'i build or mikejany Hndof lsa.rrvemeit, .all on t u- er Igned for materia . hTe" mpltctoo V.nd are ready to supply any p:epared contract, sewer work, eroding, etc Sal m Improvement Co. Local Dates. City council meeting. Thanksgiving day. Nov. 28. Nov. 30. Journal. No Nov. 30. service 7:30, Nov. 30. Christian church charity W. C. T. U. dinner 12 to 4 p. m. Dec 4. Katie Putnam in "Loye FiodBaWay." Don i. MndnHne Merll drama. Dec. 9. Keeley institute entertain meat. Dec.0. concert. Jan. 20, First Presbyterian church By Perkins comedy. A Business Cuanoe. The success ful insurance and ticket agency ot Mitchell, Wright & Co. has this da undergone a change in Its personnel, which mattes the style of the urm read Mitchell & Ferguson. Mr. E. C. Wright ba3 sold his interest to Mr. J. N. Ferguson, who has been special agent of the Northwest Fire Insurance Co. The business of the Arm will be conducted as in the past, pushing both the insurance and ticket business to the best interests of their many patronp. Runaway. Mr. Andrews, a farmer near Jeflorson, drove up to Stelner'n market with twenty turkeys this morn ing. The horses hied at something and Btartfd up State street, turned south on Church, and wbeu last seen were slowing up on the Bush bridee. The Thanksgiving birds enjoyed quite a spirited ride. A Meury Trial. Ono Merryfield was tried before Judge Butchelor yes terday for larceny of a ring from the finger of a married lady. He regarded it as a kind of engagement ring, Mr. Husband objected, but could not prove a robbery. The case was dismissed. A. O, Condlt and Chas. E. Robltn were the attorneys in the case. Mabried. In the parlors of the KanBOS house In Salem, November 27, 1803, Miss L-n'i Peterson of Portlaud and Abratn Eillsof Gates.Judge Ed. N. Edes ofiluiatlng. Tbo ceremony was performed In the presonceof a few close friends, and was very impressive and appropriate. Thanksgiving Dinner. The ladles of Uuity churoh will be ready on T lanksglviug day to serve dinner, to all who may come, by 5 o'clock In the evening. From 88:30, a literary and I musical program, aud the usual amuse- I" " . ii ii rn. ......... ....., ...,. lOODl uuui Hi ivruvjuiotcuw uu- cures a fine dinner. Give Thanks For good fresh, rloh Thanksgiving luxuries. Damon Bros, havo just rscelved a fluo lot of mine meat, dates, raisins, oranges, leuious, bananas, sorghum, and everything that your palate can desire. Turkey Talk, Why havo your whole family fret all day over n Thanks giving dlnuor wheu you cin get a choice turkey dinner at Strong's for 25 cents? 3t X The- only stock of Japanese goods in Salem are iuv being shown nt BOOK STORE. This lino consists of -assorted Chinawaro, suoh as cups and Mtucors, tea sots comploto, ox tra butter dishes, bowls, cream era, mush sets, chocolato pots, .TAPANI CURIOS 0jf.Mxmu craokorjars and flower vases, lacquer cabinets, swoons, wall brackets; Japanese napkins 35o jor hundred. ZQV commercial ocreoc, m PATHS -IN ALL ;VOOL DRESS GOODS ONLY :45 tats a Yard. Bierrest b .rgains everlnowr. Call earlyand get the best se lections. THE PALACE. PERSONALS. Miss Edith Krauese; of Salem, a sis ter of Mrs. William Wright, of this city retu-ned to the former place yesterday a ft Tii plea?aut visit of a few days in Corvalli8. Miss Krausse not long since came from the East, but will make Ore gon her future home. Corvalhs Times. Dr. Aurthur Brown, of Port nd, who lectures at the M. E. church this eve ilng, Is in the city. Ju Ige Geo. H. Williams of Portland, was In the city today. Rainernber Dr. Brown and "Father Timi" this evening. Kenitor Matlock, of Umatilla county, has been appointed a member of the mld-wlnter fair commission for Oregon in view of his valuable services as world's fair commissioner. Sum Karr of Fairfield, one of the best posted politicians of tbe north end of th county was in the city today. Chc Cannon was in today with a load of big fat Cleveland Thanksgiving turkeys. F. M. Shafer and J. A. Rldlnger, of Brooks, were In tbe city today. LITTLE LOCALS. The acent of Katie Putnam is in the city. 8be plays at Reeds Monday night In a new play. When last in Salem she presented "Waifs of New York," taking a boy's part. Katie is a great favorite with the ladies. Miss Myrtle Low is recovered from her re cent illness, If Chas. L. Davis has made a million out of Alvin Joslin be ought to quit. Salem ha' a lot ot gallery gods that New York City might envy. Willamette Social club meets tomorrow night at Hotel Willamette parlors. Yestorday afternoon taking of testimony in Fraser vs. Bridges was completed. The track of the South ern Pacific alouir the Salem passenger depot has been raised to let suowplows pass In going to Southern Oregon. A beautiful clear mild day succeeds a ulght of storm. Commencing today the cars on the Hue of the Salem Con solidated Street Railway Co., will be furnished with sand boxes to enable them to pull on a slippery track. rhoa. and H. L. Black went to Albany today T. Bolton is at Turner on insurance business. J. B. Mosleraud wife of Nebraska are in tbe city look ing up a home. J. M. Bridges, of Union county, aged 40, was today com mitted totheasylum. Geo. Williams oo the Willlums & England banking Co., went to Portland this afternoon Overcoats at cost Store. at the Woolen Mill 2d i lie case 01 v raser vs. linages was argued aud submitted to the county court today aud taken under advise ment. New Florida oranges, Ciclly lemons just in at Clark & Employ's. Overooata at cost rt the Woolen Mill Store. 2d Oourso of High Grade Entertain ments at the Salem First AR E. Ohurch III. Dr. Arthur Brown, of First Pteshyterlan church of Portlaud, 'F.I her Time," Nov. 28. IV. Dr. Chns.Edward Locke.Taylor atreet ehtiruli I'ortlauu, "lSvery luou a Mm n," Do. 0. V, Grand coucort by Salem artists, December 20th. Course ticket Is 2.00, Blugle admls- flon Is 50 cent. Tickets for Pale at Dearborn's bookstore and Altken'u grocery store, Hate street. 11 3tf. Sorghum, Just received from the east, at the Blue Front. New elder at Vau Eaton's overy day. Overcoats at cost at the Woolen Mill Store. 2d Ghand DlNNKit Tho Ladies of tbo Salem W. C'T. U. Invites their friends to take a fine Turkey dluner with them ou Thanksgiving day. Price 2J cts. 1 1 i in Aktkk Blood, When you see oue go past you would oonoJude he was af ter blood, but it la only a Lockwood messenger getting to his destination with n mes-uge. i Headquarters for ull ully papers, at J. L. lieunutt'o nodt otlL'O block news stand, tf i SUPREME COURT- Salem, Nov. 28, '93. M. M. Beach, app., vs. Multnomah county, resp. Argued and submitted. Emmlt Williams, atty. for app. John H. Hall, atty. for resp. Newton Williams, app., vs. Toledo Coal Co., resp. Motion to dismiss ap peal overruled. G. W. Vedder, app., vs. Marion Co.. resp. Motion to dismiss appeal over ruled. On motion of P. H. D'Arcy, A. F. Groves was admitted upon certificate from the supreme court of Colorado to practice in all the courts of this state The Ward Primaries. The Republican ward primaries are being held this afternoon. The tickets being voted are as follews: First: Squire Farrar and R. B. Dun oin. Secend: Thos. Holman and Wm. England. Third: Thos. Kay and Dr. Phil- brook. Fourth. Geo. P. Hughes. Good Selection. John W. Carr, who managed tbe Clarke orchard tbe past year, has been appointed foreman of "The WHIowb" fkrru belonging to the Wallace estate. A new cottage it belng erected for htm for a home. Mr. Oarr Is gaining a good reputation as an orchard manager. The gate keeper at the Forest Grove end of the Wilson river toll road h causing considerable trouble., Th ugh be has been notified several times tc throw open the gate and stop collecting toll, he still persists In charging every one who goes through the gate. Ti lomook He-dlig it. REAL ESTATE. Wm. Mannaster toT. Sterling; part' of Thos. Cox claim, $1. F. M. Neal to Mi E. Neal; part o; Calvin Neal claim, $1. E. Suiter to Hattie Dayton, Capital Park, $200. M. J. Penter to E. W. Wilkins; lo! in Comptou add to N. Salem, $2. Charles D.Wilson to David Scotland; part of A. F. Wilson claim, $4,000. Oregon Land Co. to A. H. Leonard 20 a., Hunnyside No. 8, $2500. Same to F. Warnich and F. M. Par rish, lot Prospect Park, $150. Harvey Massey to F. R. Kemp, 3 lots North Salem, $450. Greyllng at Davison's market. 2t Overcoats at cost at the Woolen Mill 8tore. 2d Hens cheap by the dozen at Davison's market, 94 Court street, and fish pleu tiful. 2t Civil Suit. Mrs. Howard began a civil before Justice Batchelor today to reeover ti sum of money loaned to E. P. Fpaulding. Fresh oysters, Davison's market. 2t Dressed chickens cheap at Davison's market, 04 Court street. 2t m Schooner Foundered. Bwampscott, Mass.. Nov. 29. An unknown schooner foundered off here this morning. It is supposed the crew Is drowned. Fowls, market. Fowls, market. fowls.-cbeap at Davison's 2t fowls cheap at Davison's 2t Buy your shoes while th-y are cheap at Krausse Bros. How quick tbe Populist senators and members of congress catch on to the loaves and fishes. Every beggar of tbem at Washington city has put all his relatives on the pay-roll by placing them iu Borne subordinate filce. They are great reformers, in a horn. Oswe go Iron Worker. They probably are no worse than the r st of the politi cians, though they pretend lo be better and as pretenders it makes their con duct seem to be worse than it la. The Advertising Of Hood's Sarssparilla Is always within the bonds of reason because It Is true; it always appeals to tbe sobwr, commou sense of thinking people because It is true; and It Is always fully substantiat ed by endorsement which, in tbe fi uanclal world-would beuccepted w th out a moment s hesitation. Hood's Pills euro liver Ills, cou'tlpa. lion, biliousness, J iu in! Ice, sick head ache, Indigestion. llOIIN, Mccormick, Mnndav.Nov. 27,i8),i to.Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. B. McConul 'k, at Hayesvllle, a sou. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. D&PRICES nglllBaking USjPewdei: The only Puro Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No AHua. UJ In JiiiHioas of Uome3-io Years tho Standard (3 mm FREE All the worthy people of buy a turkey, are invited to come and get a nice fowl, as I have an ample supply especially for the occa ion. The above is my annual proclamation, so do not be backward. To those who can afford to buy, I offer the finest dressed turkeys at the low price of 15c a pound. I claim to have the best dressed turkeys in the city. All other fowls as low as the lowest. Sell hens by the dozen, cheap. Call and be convinced. All fowls dressed under my personal supervi sion by skilled white labor, for which I pay fair wages. Fresh fish of all kinds received daily, also large, fine, fat Eastern oysters. Leave your orders. Free delivery. Yours for fine turkeys, 94 Court St. L. A. DAVISON. WALKED OUT OF JAIL. A Prisoner Walks Out Quietly Past the Guard. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 28. John Dryden, alias Hawthorne, alias O'Neil, under five year.' sentence for burglary, and one of tbe most dangerous crim inals in the Northwest, escaped from the county jail. The street preachers held services at the jail in the after noon, uryaen joinea witn tnem in singing and praying, and when they went away walked out with tbem, past tbe guard, who was a new man. He had secured a white shirt aud collar and black tie and carrieJ a bymnbook. Oue of tbe preachers asked him if he was a prisoner, and was told he had Just received a pardon and was determined to lead a better life. Dryden was not missed uutil locking-up time, when a dummy was found in bis cot by' the night jailer. The sherifl's posse looked ill night for him and today ofiered $100 reward. Dvden is said to have es caped from the Oregon penitentiary ind it was learned a few days ago that oe had escaped from Walla Walla with two years of an unexpired sentence not long before be committed burglaries here. About six weeks ago he was taken to Walla Walla to serve a five year Beuteuce, but was brought back to await action on appeal to the supreme court. Ou the way back he leaped from tbo train at Palmer and was knocked senseless. Before the train could be stopped he recovered suffi ciently to crawl into a hollow log, where ha " nfterward found. ODDS AND ENDS. Russian farmers hold an average of 37 acres to each family. On an average there nre 10,000 adver tisements a week in the 11 London morn ing papers. Sierra means a -saw, and its applica tion to a range of pointed mountain peaks is very apt and poetical. Aristotlo defined law to be reason without passion, and despotism or arbi trary power to be passion without rea son. Some insurance companies will allow the use of none but the old fashioned sulphur matches in the houses they in sure. Pasteboard in shoe soles, chicory in coffee, aloes in tea, sticks of wood in baled hay, mako trade lively and keep the language vigorous. The greatest fortress is Gibraltar. It is considered impregnable to military attack. It was besieged by the Span iards for threo years without success. In every land between Spitsbergen and Patagonia there is some species of the common blood sucking mosquito. In British America and Alaska they are very largo and troublesome. Tho full bench of the Boston supreme court has decided that a man is justified in preventing a dog fight, and that if in doing such a thing he gets bitten the owner of tho dog must pay damages. The English sovereign's Eons and grandsons, when created peers, aro en titled to Beats in tho house of lords at the left of tho throno, but when, by the death of their father, they become only collaterally related to tho sovereign they sit among tho dukes. "Peoplo need not suffer from corns or other pedal troubles if they will change their shoes threo times a day," asserts a man who has tried tho experiment. "Where one pair pinches another sets easily, and frequent changes of footgear keep the circulation in order and the toes undisfigured." Tho fashion of decorating tho dining table is not a modern one, but is tbe re vival of an nncient custom. Old French tables of any pretensiou to elegance wero adorned with permanent center pieces called surtonts, mado of glass and silver mounted. From these branched silver and (pit candelabra. FREE Salem who cannot afford to PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Local Correspondence from Towns in the Valley. FROM ADMSVILLE. The population of this place went to Salem Saturday to attend the Populist meeting. The dedication of our new school came ofl on time and no one would have believed that those who took part had had only two days notice. It simply proves that we have some of the smartest people on earth In Aumsville. For the last six months no set of men have been so badly abused as the members of our school board. Any thing they 8aidordid was criticised and condemned, and the smaller tbe man tbe more he was blamed. It ac tually wa thoug it necessary to have a phrenologist examine their "bump" to find out if they were qualified to build tbe school house. The result aston ished many, but they thought the phrenologist was a fraud, and their minds wer- uncba ged as to the school board. But in spite of all tbo building was comp eted and tbe school board are now the "lions of the day." At tbe dedication an unanimous vote of thanks, was given tum. It is inti mated that for every hour tbe board devoted to the school busiuesn, that it took 24 hours to defeud that one hour's work. But now all are unanimous, and those who opposed tbe most are the most prominent in calling it "our school house." Messrs. Reader and Marrifield have made great improvement in the looks of their addition to Aumsville, by build ing a board fence the whole length of tbe plat. Dan. Smith has built a new sidewalk tbe length ot bis block. Mrs. S. Smith is building a new fence around ber block of land. Messrs. Reader, Ball .and Glbbs, are building sidewalks In front of tbelr land. A petition is being circulated, to raise money to build a sidewalk from the "church to tho Southern Pacific." Henry Porter has moved to town for the wider. Mr. Weaver is making "sauer kraut." He says that b has joined the "hood lums." Dried fruits, fresh f nits, cranberries, raisins, currants, nuts, citron, and everything that goes to make a good TbaDksglv.ng dinner at J. A. Van Eaton's. A new Invoice of fresh condensed mlnc9 meat arrived this morning at Clark & Eppley's, Court street. Easily Taken Up Cod Liver Oil as it appears in Scott's Emulsion is easily taken up by the system. In no other form can so much fat-food be assimilated with out injury to the ' organs of digestion. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophos phites has come to be an article of every day use, a prompt and infallible cure for Colds, Coughs, Throat troubles, and a positive builder of flesh. TTprd by Scott A Bofm. W. Y. All druniiU. BROWN & SON'S MARKET. The public is hereby notified that we propose to sell meat at margins barely consistent with fair profit. Satisfaction guaranteed to all customers. Corner of Crilw and 13th Street. ai-d rknLl 11 r T?rjK OVERCOATS, OVERCOATS, OVERCOATS bfer?d at Cost I iiaug The Largest assortment ever brought to Salem. They Must Go in the next 30 days! AND COST TAKES 'EM. STATE NEWa NOTES. The Burns Herald has completed Us sixth year. The Salem Woolen Mills have a de pot for sale of their products in Harney county. It has been some time since a bushel of wheat was worth as muoh as two dozen eggs in Oregon. Med ford Mall: Did anyone ever see finer weather than we are having now? No rain, very little frost, aud any amount of sunshine. Eugene Guard, Nov. 17: The tber raoneter stood at 25 degrees above zero this morning. This is unusually cold for tbis time of year. It Is tbe opinion of farmers that grass will be damaged some. Tho Newport assessment roll for 1893 foots up at $124,580. Tbe property could not bo bought for five times that sum. Prof. Horner of tho State Agricultur al college, seems to have a syndicate very assiduously working the country press to promote him for some state of fice. City election at Albany this year will not have much politics in It. The city is nearly $100,000 iu debt, warrants are away below par, aud the citizens say they want good, careful men in municipal offices next year, irrespective of politics. The Corvallis Btreet railway, rolling stock, etc., were sold by the sheriff, and bid iu by tbe Security Saving &, Trust Company of Portland for $350. This property originally cost In the neigh borhood of $20,000, and has been in operation less than four years. As tbo Oregon Pacific train came from the front Friday when near Fox Valley passengers were treated to a rare sight. A fine deer with a beautiful set of horns glistening in the November sun light ran by bo near that Conductor Tway tried to kill it with a coupling pltf. The deer ran only a short distance when a hunter shot it. Overcoata at cost at the Woolen Mill Storn. 2d A TRAGEDY. This wild Thanksgiving turkey swaUo wed Ana down within htm Brownie was ground , uninoiu WHO HEUID into a pulp rhe ?eaMu lor this tragedy was Brownle'a prevlou sire He would not read our latest ads, nor take Mil hornolna In The moral is clear. Read the following Patton Bros., The Ptatlonpra. am nn illinl..i..k.iJ HlblM Albnmi. JllVAnllA TtrviVa lo,t ...i a-rm ' - v...uu F T MART 1 I i Ilttlll, Z17 COMMERCIAL STREET. CARPET SALE. TSSlAMmlu'ta Unlone,2-ply, 3-ply, TOUNKBDvliSg? per ceifet.. bliekk0! & ?ercoa,B' rFm& RDd for yourself. Try one of our f 7.00 Our dreea oods am) Jackets admit of no superiority. WILLIS BROTHERS & CO. OPERA HOUBE CORNER, - . . . SAUCM, OREGON- NOTICE. Tbe Republican legal voteri of the dtr er Salem ore hertby notlOed that the city Rt. Subllcan primary elecjton will be held fn tm nUie-ond, tnlrd Md fourth wrdi of the city of Salem on Tuesday, November & lsw. lor Iho purpose of putting In nomination ni! dldates for city aldermen, oue each in the flrrt. second, third and fourth wardi, to be voted for at the coming cliy election tobebeMoa Monday, the 4lh day or December, 18ft, ihe polls of i he raid primary election to beopeW at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. Kndo'OMttT o'clock p. m. on said day, and the lollowlui named judges were appointed by the commlw tee, and tho primaries named as follew: PIKT WARD. Old eaglne houie-Jotet H. A. Johnson, Jr., W. D. Clagget and Aimi Mason. rtECOND WARD. Old court home-Judgca. Oeo. Collins. J. A. BHkerand J. Q. Wilton. THIRD WARD Armory bulldllng-Judpt, Alonzo Oesner, E. M. Wall e and J. W. BattS elor. KOURTn 'WARD. Lamonrenz'a livery etables-Jndges, J. L. Hockelt, Owenlluttoa and A. U. Buckingham. The Judges of thrir respective wsrOi shall appoint two competent persons to act u clerks of sld primaries. The primaries shall be conducted under thi provisions of the act af the leg tlatlve autm bly of the state of Oregon. Hy order o. the committee. R.E.M ORK8, Secretary City Republican Central committee. IMS td DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES. The Democratic legal voters ot the dtjof Salem are hereby notified that the city Dem ocratic primary election will be heM in tta first, second third and fourth ward ol Htlem on wedneeda, November 24, 1893, for the pat pose of putting in nomination candidates lor city alderman, one each In the first, second, third and fourtn wards to be voted for at "h coming city lection to be held oa Monday, the 4th day or December. 1893, the polls ol ibe snld primary election to be opened at the bear of 1 o'clock p. m. and Hose at 6 o'clock p. m, on said day, and the following named Judres were appointed by the committee, and ins places of holding and conducting the prima ries named as fallews: MfchT WARD -Old engine" honse-Judp: u. tr wagner, jj. a. fiyra, rei-r uaicj. BECON1 U WAKUrfJ Pprague ft Cronn's disci W.J.oUey. W.F.Du- smith shop. Judges: gan. Eutsene u 11 Us. THIRD V, ARD Armorrbnlldlnr-Judfes ID U.u. vnnwagi-er.rj.u. Meiton, uo. oarr. TrnrtRTFT I A nn Amnnreui'l livery z '-i .r n - FODRTH WARD. Lamonreux's livery tt bles-Iudk-es: G. A. Rockwell. W.O. Mitchell, O Van Patton. The Judges ot their respective wards snail appoint 2 competent persons toast as clerks oi said primaries. The primaries shall be conducted under the prov slons ot the act of the legislative assem bly of the state of Oregon. Bv order ol tn committee. W.J. D'ARCY, secretary City Democratic Commute. WANTED -Situation by mlddleaged Uer, mn lady to do general housework. l willing and able to carry on the largest hone hold. No. l3HUte treet, U-57-lwd AQKN'ni mk5.00 a day. Oreatet kiwben utensil ever Invented. R tails ffict. Jtpf sold In every bouse r-ample pottage five cent. Fobsiixx A McKaiw, ClnoinnaU,U. 11.27-131 T7IARM TO LKT. A fine farm of 72i acre K l? mile from R. R. Btatton. 14 '' '! Balem. For particulars Inquire at the Jous KAl. office. 1HMW w ANTF.D BOARD tits, with or withont lodging, commercial lr"h. . t. 31HI8 PA1ER U kept on file at B. C. Mn . Advertising A gency, 64 and 65 MrcbanU xchange. Ban Francisco, California, where contraota for advertising can be made for h. NtmTQTiAW univvnir T.lteralnrfl of an j kinds on sale at S28lJberty street. 4-6-ly T w. HILBEK BON, Balem, Oreron t) . Tree-settlng.Tree-prunlng, Top-rrartlnj Sign painting, na ges moderate ," tlon gua antled. 11-23 dlw HOUSE Painting, Decorating, n Hard Wood Finishing, Can give good references. Estimates IfurnlsB. ed. Address, Geo. Juchstro'h. HaJeni. 5!!' dence on xaiem Motor 1UU way. North Eaiem. .Leive orders at Btelner ft Womtrs. I'-w BURTON BROTHKKS Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick, Molded Brick In all Patterns for Fronts and supply the brick lor the.New BnlemClty Hall and nearly all the fine buildings erectta In the Cupltal City. Yards near Penitentiary . Balem. Or. M THEJPACIFIC DETBCTIVB AND COLLECTING BUREAU. SALBM, - - - Oregon Private work a specialty. O. B, CUE U ENT. Manager. LEADING MEECHANl TAILOR.