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f St. I vol. r. A New Year Gift, Save TImo Saves Carpets Saves Oust Saves Money Sweeps Easier Sweeps Cleaner Sweeps Quicker THAN AMV BROOU snwjf on othm awRiMn I MAUIi Bo 6ure and get the GENUINE. wo nave tnem. & f GENUINE N ItJ.'&llSLs Stbimei i wJ JsfM 1 SavcTlmo MfBljK' 3M Saves Carpelo - rT.-S fHfc. . vuot 1 ff i MtsM E rfllRJiHI 1' Diiren 298 and 300 Commercial St. . GRAY'S Road Machinery and ... ITT 1 $Vt 11 1 I 1 P J 1 I i 1 IrAttUiw HRnrai Lnjest Improved Goods.and Lowest Prices. ... - - N W Corner Sate and-Llbcrty st'reeta, , , . NO Holiday Goods to sell at cost, alX sold out, which shows that the prices are just right for the times. Now We have evry thing else to Sell at the same-XOW PRICKS. The Fair 274 Commercial St. COLLEGE OF MOSIC of the Willamette University, JUNDER NEW MANAGEMENT- I Uodflrn methods. Up to date. Barao as tn tue eastern ana Kuropean Conservatories Meno bat the beat is good enough for beginner as well as I ir more adva ced puplli.i Mm Chattel Mortgage Sale. THE ENTIRE STOCK 'OF G. W. JOHNSON & SON Will Be f It must go and if the price has anything to do with it, the sale will not last long, Their loss is your gain, Remember, any suit or overcoat in the store goes for $10 Mackintoshes, $6,50, M A massive lino nf fenta' cto, hats, handkerchiefs, etc., suitable for wMibto lioiiaay Presents, are all marked down to cost. Come enrly, beioro me assortment is broken. j.rzy- !" r --- SALbM. WWMtM"llri 'iiiiiiwfwm, i I iMm A HEG1N THE NEW YEAR WITH A Bissel Carpet Sweeper and thereby oreserve health and h.ntn... And avoid doctor hillc. UV i,.. iJ.l. .. celved a lorge line, which we offer at greatly reduced prices. HamilfoD, BROS.. Agricultural Implements, : ; SALEM, OR i n tri .ktt trr iuUani 11. A. IIEiUTAUB, Vocai Director. KMlbli. WINKLER. Instrumental Director. Sacrificed, neckwear, underclothing, crto&rB, m CARTS CAPITA! Assocr UN TELESCOPE Reveals Serious Trouble, in Corea anil Africa. RUSSIA AND FRAME OFFER AH). Two Silver " Our Countries Will Help Gold Reserve. St. PETKiisnuua, JJw. 3J A dis patch from NuviHj Virruj & irom Via divoatock, ByB the hlttlutlon ol aflalra In Coroa Is tuit lerhiun. The kiug Is constantly surrounded by Jipiujbto pies and for iiur lin be lueassluttfcd, His Majesty U nightly guarded by American Missionaries. TKOUULR IN AFMCA. JoiiANNKsnuno, South Africa. Dee. 80. TUo polltlcul crUis hero, which was brought ubutit by iho eflorts of a foreign populitlluii to obtain equal political rights with Boors, has reached an acute clnto. The exodus of women aud children la Increasing. All trulus leaving are crowded, and the price of food stuffs lins rleeu Rroally. All kinds of bellicose rumors uro current. RUSSIA AND KHANCK' Vienna, Dec. 80. Tnu at. Patera, tiurg correspondent, of the Frelo Pressa telegraph, 6tts that KuU uud Franco hitvu uctualiy prouihed u diploiuutlu support of tbo United Btatea In Iho Ventzuel troubles, uud udda that HusbIu Is preparluK to faclltate tho United Bttitis luuti with her own old reserve, ARMENIANS IlEIMFOItCKD. London, Dee. 30. A dUpatch to ttiu Tiuit'8 from Conotuutiuonle snys the Uteut advices from Ziitoun uro tout the luaurgeuld huvo been reinforced by 5U0 men from Guru, uud have oocuplod now pottiilous. Accordingly tho dK atnou of tho potverri wont to tho porte 4ud odered to negotiate with them for a capitulation. The Dully Nuwa L'ontitantlnoplo cor respondent says, that In respouse to United (States Mlulatur Terrell's request to Consul Jewett, at divas, that he auould go to Muraovau, Mr. Jewett has wired that It is Impossible to leave, a nuothor outbreak In threutoned. The Graphic publishes a lettor from Lord Rouebery ton cot respondeu t.coiu meutluk.' upon EoKlaud's inaction in Armenia, and hit says: "I cannot believe that it means In sluoerlty or Incapacity ou tho part of n powerful coveruiueut. Tlioy mtut have ouootiutered obstuolos of which wo are luorant. Perhaps they had to weigh the hldeuu alternative of nbandoulng the Armenians or facing an European, War. Therefore, I must hear ( heir case beforejudgloir." A correspondent to tho Times in u letter says: "Summaries and Ubles from consular aud other sources are at hand of Armenian massacres In the lust two montiie. There are many places from wnloh there are no detail us yet, but where known the total Is 18,000 killed. I'urKey has statistics glvluic the killed at 20,000, with 200 villages destroyed, aud the number killed Is unknown. Ills estimated that there are 425,000 starving." The correspondent of the Btaudard nt Constantinople says: "It will not be surprising to discover a secret treaty botweeu Russia and Turkey. A Russian syndicate, strongly supported by tho embassy, hauoQired to replenish the Turkish treasury In return for tho concession of a petroleum monopoly." Clackamas County. Obeoon City, Dec. 30. John O. Qacketl who was burled here Humlav, was born In Ohio 70 years ago last Hep timber. When a lad he went with his parents to Oregon, und In 1847 came across the plalus to Oregon. For a few years ho followed tho trade of mill wrlebt. In 1650 be married MUa Ellen JonnBou, who survives him. W. H. Lackey, of Buda Springs pre. cinct, was arrested aud brought hore by Doputj Bntrlll Jlyatt.on umonnrgH o' iea Ing a I eifer lit retUlm upon u fam owned by a Mre.Gill, of Portland, and It Is alleged that he sold one or m ire csttle belonging t the farm. Richard Bradley, formtrly county oimmlMloner, died (Sunday of heart failure H ih mldeuce of hi son, Aawnr J. C. Mrudly, in inueiiy. e w .8 "4 ear "I'l. Children Cry for ihr'o CH9tori A TE? PBSS i?frlnr,1g OREGON, St()NJ)AY, DECEMBER .'10, 1895 ! A MtJRpERKR ESCAPES. I Brown, of DcViglas County, Haven His ! fek By Flight. RosRHOtUiftbr , Dau. 80. satmi I U. Brown', utdr rcntence of death u Jan. 81, fol fiVmuititr t f A'ficd Klu cald at OAkUff'.Uilt' pi U'.t.f, lu AiiKiirt '01 has ngar3 esatrvd from Jll here, i At 7:80 tills iivlirnli'K Ihe J tiler opeued ' Browu'a ccllln allow ttltti to entt-r tin ' corrlder and ent his breakfjtt. At lO.o'cluoXhls nbscuco was tllocov ered. Ha tnuu have lud help from tho outside. Two burs of tho west cor ridor window woromwed of at the top and bottom, Wkltig nu uptierture 12x14 Incbts. .' Brown evidently lclt immediately uYler breaUfubttttg. A poese ot about 60 Is eoottrlng tho country. TIIR NEWS AT SALEM. Attorney Willis aud Crawford, .attorneys lor 8G. Brown, calkd ou Governor Lord ttils moruliif; uud pre eeuted a petition uud the voluiuluoui record In the omc, asking that hi? etn teucu bo committed to life Imprl'on meut.Two hours later uume a telegtatn from tho eherlfl that ho had ecarcd J .ill and had not been recaptuicd. The Governor has taken the matter uuderadvleemoht, and written to tho dlattlctattornoy1 for a slnlemeiit, us li tho cmtora. American Bimetallic Union. Cmcifli), Dee. 30. For porno t'mo past negotiations have been prugrebblug for a camplete cousohdutlon of the American Blmetalllst League, Na tional Bimetallic Union and tho National Bllvur Committee, tho thrco principal silver orgaulzitiona In the Uoltetl StHtcF, representing all stcllona of tho country. Yesterday thcto uugo tUtloiiB Gulmlnqted lu nu agreement belwecu tho representatives of the respectlvjortrnulzitlous by which such ojusnlldatlou hoa been aubstautlally perfroled. Kottifug now remains but tho rutlllcatlon by tho cxocutlve com mltlcea of theso organizations, caoh nctlni; aeparatoly, which will speedily fjllow. Thuooueolldatcd organizations will be known as the American Blmotalllo Union. Its prluclpal ollloo and head quartern will bo lu Chicago, at 134 Monroe street In Uio ofllco occupied by the Nullouul Blmetulllo union, with branch oittcuH In Wnahluglon, Ban Francisco, and perhaps, lu other cities both north nnd south. It Is tho pur pose of tho uulted organization to press thecumpalgu of education of blmo'nl Ham with tho utmost vigor In nil parts of tho country. A conference of pronrunced silver men will bo held at Washlnuton Janu ary 21, whnn n plan of action will be outllued, which, It Is snld, will have an Important bearing upon tho politi cal events of next year. VALLEY" LOCAL NEWS. Woodburn. Don ltiy is home trom Corvnlll to spend tho vacation. Miss Bessie Bettlemeler la upending tho holidays nt home. Win. Ogle nud Wallace Llycaay are homo from Balem till after the holidays. Miss McGrall, professional nurse from Portland, came up last evening to caro for ono of Dr. Cathoy' patlenla near Aurora. Prof, D. W. Yoder I visiting among hla mauy Balem friends this week. Mrs. J. Barnes, who has been visit ing ut the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Tooze, returned to her home at Tualatin yesterday morning. Tho Misses Alice snd Laurn Austlne are home from tbo Portland university to spend tho holiday vacation. Miss Edith Alderson la visiting with her pareuta In Portland this week. Miss Jennlo Pontl, of California, la visiting her slater, Mrs J. O. Johnson, of this city. Miss Mabel Jones, of Balem, spent part of the week in Woodburn, the guest of Miss BtssleSettlemeir. Miaa Phoebe Yoder, of Oragon City, ia visiting at tbo home of Mrs. Walter Tooze. Mis Mary Boott, of Balem, came down Thursday morning to visit among bar Woodburn friends. Christmas was celebrated by all t be churches of the city In the shape of Christmas tree, chimneys, bonnet, etc. J, Barnes left ou the Bhaslu limited Tuesday eveulug for California lie goed on builueaa for Walior L 'looze. Mr. and Mm. Roy Hlukn left for Junction City je.terday morning to visit with Mrs. Hicks brother. iNCOiironATKD. Court Columbia No. 2 Forester, of America has fllod artlolei. ROYAL Raki'iy t r Highest of all In Uavcni 9tf0HgtlhMt ft Uvro!.i m.i ...r. J v J U JaJLNAJ', &AIW -ftffJtotw1" - Kilt They Will SHrply Wry 8oen. Iksrr JUDGE BREWER FOR COMMISSIONER Tho Turfil 1)111 Is Sure to Tass Uio Semite. Washington, Drc. 30. It la ntntod authorltlvcly that there will ho no announcement of n bond Isnuo todny. There I no reason, however, to change tho previous Htnletiirut thut a bond Itmie Is considered almost certain in the very near future. HttKWKIl NAMED, Justice Brewer, of the supreme court, has been tend red and accepted the placo on tho Vent nueltui comiiii.ion. A CAN A i. him,. Senator Perklna toduy Introduced n Nlctruguiu citml bill lu the setutej It provides that the capital stock shull couHlntof a million rhnreaof $100 each, aud la on the lined of the burguln Iiouho bill. TAK1K1' 1IIM.. Chalrmnu Dlngloy, of the wnya and moaua committee, was in tho sonnte today making u canva of the leaders on tho two bill that pawjd the bouse last week. He Muds the Republicans aro quite anxloua to pass the tnrliT bill at an early dute. ltKt'UHLIOANS IN OONTUOI. At 2:45 p.m. a resolution fur reorgan ization of the senuto waa offered. Gor man called for the yeas aud nays in order to teat the strength of tho Re publicans. Tho first Populist senator called waa Allen, (Neb), who did not volo. The Domoorate all T.ited ur, Kyle, pop., of South Dakota, voted no. lMIer did not v jto. Stewart alto re malued client. The rtorganlzttlou resolution paused tho senate, yeaa, 80, nuya 28, thua luktiilug Republican con trol. Foil Eighty Feet. Pokti.and, D.;o. 30. Frank Baker, a young man, 2(1 your of age, janitor ol tho Deltum building, met a frightful death today. He waa cleaning the Inner rottrt wludowa and In stepping from one window to another missed hid footing nnd fell a distance of eighty feet, striking ou tho floor of Llpmau Wolf & Co.'a store Just in front of one of the counters. He waa ploked up uncoueclous aud taken to the hotpltal, where ho afterwad died. The store waa tilled with shoppers, aud a small sized pania wus created when Baker vumo crushing through the sky.llght. Moaey Scarce. Nkw Yoitic, Dee. 30. A special from Boston to the Evening Post saya It Is Impossible to borrow money here today. The banka would not accept Pullman stock aa collateral at 8 per cont. Beveral banks have applied to the clearing house for certificates. There la a ausploiou that the money la being hoarded to buy the ncneoted now government boudr. Arraigned for Extortion. Ban Kiianoibco, Dee. 80. Mrs. Mury A. Davidson was arrested Satur day evening for the allogad extortion of five hundred dollars from Rev. Dr, Brown, pastor of the Congregational church and leading reformer, waa arrulgned in the police court this morulug. Bull was fixed at $2,000 and tho case waa continued anttl Thursday. Jack Fro. t' Trilby. IndianaI'olih, Dec. 80. One of the heaviest snow storma In recent yrara aot lu here loat ulght, and today a foot of auow covers the ground. Bt. Louib, Mo., Dee 80. Dispatches from Southern Illinois say the heaviest auow storm for eovernl years In that aeollou is prevailing. Want to REOituiT.-Peter Costelloe. of Chotoo, aud Geo. M. Devendorf, of Gold Beach., Curry county, ,btye written to Gor, Lord for autbarjty. to open up u recruiting station to enlist men in case of a war with EngUud. With J. B. Dlmlck, of Hubbard, this makes three officers of recruits la Ore gon to fight John Bull. Cure for Headache. At a rfRitily for all formi of Headache Electric Hitters hit proved to U the vry best. It effectt a permanent cure and the mott dreaded habitual tick bcadachet yUld to Itt Influence, We urge all wno art afflicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation Electric lllllers cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use ol this medicine. Try If once. Fifty cents and 1 1 oo at I-'rcd A. Legg'aUrug Store, Children Cry for Pltohar't Cartorla. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Rpa! AmQWTminc lhjre WOOLEN MILL SI03. All Rejected and New Ones Will Bo Received After opening all the bids, aapub llsbod lu Tun Jouknal, Mr. Kay and hid aseonlntea decided torrJctthtm aud ask uew bids. The bid of Hutchlus Southwlck waa rcched after tho nlhers were opened nnd, therefore, waa not con sidered. Mr. K: fXitfNod himself oaetir prl?d nt tho hIzm tif the refpentlve liida and uu liivcHllgullou of the spcalllca tlous icoult.l lo tbo dltcovory that a provlslou hnit tm'ti made to uae abea tosaud eliH)IIrui In tho lining of the new structure. ThU bait Imeu Inserted at the time the fpeciricntotia were first drawn np. At n later date Mr. Kay decided In do uwny with this kind of lining, but failed to make the fact known to the ttevernt contractors and as a result, each ono of the bids Is necewiarlly ubnut (200 higher than It abould have been. After tho opoului; of the proposala Messrs. Kay, Coshow, C. P. Bishop aud Squlro Farrar held a meeting at theofllooof the lattor on Btato street and discussed the matter of the pro posals. Their couoluilon waa that the bias should be lejeoted, and plans aLd specifications changed to some extent and new proposala advertised for, to bo opened na early as January lat, Buaday School Officers Sleeted. Tho Preabytorlau Sunday snhool yea terday elected t Moo re for tho ensuing your as follews: F. A.Wlggluii, Buporlnteudeut; P. H. Raymond, asstataut euperlutendeut; John Molr, treasurer; W. B. Cole, eeo tary; Marie Rockwell, assistant secre tary; Mr. Rulfson, Librarian; Lucia Coohratt, organist, aud P. H. Ray mond, chorister. Meesrs. Rulfson, P. H. Raymond and MIm Luoln Cock ran wero n-eloolod aslstant ntiperlnteud ent and chorister, librarian aud organ ist, ruflprotlvuly, A yoto of thanks was unanimously tendered the retiring officers lor their services. NoTAKlBD Wra, T. Garduer ant Coon U. Poole of Portlnud, and T. K, Ford of Huletn were appointed today. Ejjtpa 1ataes .Befop? Taking Inventory! Fur Muffs A large line of fine fur muffs in Astrakx han opossum, Jap' anese seal, black bear, beaver, coney, etc Values up to $6, See corner window, Your choice for SL Jackets Must Go A few good ones left, Will close them out at cost Frr Capes We offer the re' mainder of these at reduced prices to close Special Prices I . bT. n all Uepartments J. J, DALRYMPLE & CO, 'rMONE 7. J 1 y.iVisv v.v.VxV.'.m 2fO.V Baking nai WW. BOJtR COUNTIKS RkiU'OKO -Tl alate board of equalization fnUy t duced valuea hy counties In tilass tv (an real eatate excenr. lomi l..t . Improvements) aa follews: Cluckum saoKson, L,anc, fiiaiheur, MUItno Wasco, Washington, 6 per cent; I u. 7 percent; Htuney, S per cent; Clatsop, Columbia, Crook, Lincoln. per csnt. All other counties aro left I this clam ac returned. Mkiiama BRiDac Couaty J Hubbard waa at Mehama BatHreUyl aud found It neceusary to order idoeper under the deok of the MelaaH? bridge The approach id cutuidet aud Contractor U yul expeet to hiTvJ tre hrldgo open by January 2id. OREGON OITIS8. K -n MUIIRNK. A. Smith and J. DlaiuomVct Mtimt and Russell Wyalt of Albany wer Gugeue visitors Saturday. Arthur Vetudo is anendlnic a f"v duyB hero. Geo. H. Skinner arrived HaturJayt from Ullman, Colorado. Prof. E E. Orton lias returned fromv Junction. Chaa. Johnson Iim relumed frets Brownsville. Mlsaea Myra nud Liu Norrla were In Junction Saturday, Hon. autl Mm. R. L. Morehead, ofj Junction, were lu tho city Saturday. Thoa. nardy, ofjrwper, wm la tke 1 city Saturday. Mrs. D, It. Lnkln, who baa Ixea. qtitto III for some weeks, la ItBprovlag.,. Mrs. T. J. Craig aud Mrs. F. W$ HarrU, have returned from a vWt i Monmouth. The Discovery Saval His Life. Mr. G, Callloulte. Druggist, lleavcrsvllle, 111., says: ''To Dr. King1 New DlKovery I owe my lift Was taken with I.a Grippe and ttled alt the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I cauld not live. Having Or, King's New Discovery in my store I sent (or a bottK. ami began Its use and from the first dose began to get better, ami alter using three bottles was up and alwut again It is w orth Its wetskt in gold. We won't without It " Get a Legg'aDrug Store. Keep store or house free trial nt Fred A, Men's Suits We must have room for spring goods See what we can give you for $6, 650, 7, 8, 9 A choice line Happy Home Suits .... The best on earth. Guaranteed all wool, $iaoo Hats .You can always 6cs pend on getting the latest here Our Fez dora's at $1 and 2 are leader He?! J JMmuiAit m 4; Agent of Mortgagees, m V. 1f rl s Wl Commercial at.