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SALEM, OBEGON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER aa i8i)3.
A good assortment from cheap to best grades. We buy
for CASB and sell for CASH, and
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From 15 to 25 percent, on all your purchases.
The, New York Racket
when you want Oil Clothing, Gossamers, Macintoshes, Rubber
Hats, wool and iur hats, hosiery and notions.
E. T. BARNES.
State Insurance Block, 333 Com'l St.
Said to Have Taken
THURSTON'S PASSPORTS DENIED
For Opposing tho Calico Qneen
of the Kanakas.
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT GAINING.
Moro Fake Rumors of Cabinet
Ed. C. Cross,
Wholesale and Ketall
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
ED. Meeker & Co.,
OFFICE, Oberheim Blockrup stairs, Salem.
J?. A. TEMPLETON, Gen'l J gent.
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THE OLD RELIABLE
NORTH SALEM MEAT MARKET,
The Queen Eestorod.
Chicago, Nov. 22 A local paper
this afternoon publishes a Washington
dispatch aaying It Is confidentially as
serted at the state department that the
queen was restored to the Hawaiian
Hands Off Hawaii.
Washington, Nov. 22. -Senator
Mitchell, of Oregon, today in an Inter
view said he believed tho sentiment of
the Pacific coast was that the present
government ot the Sandwich Islands
might to be let alone by the United
States. Willis has been accredited to
thin omvernmant bv the president. . "If
then we are correct In the Impression,
Willis Is Instructed to use his lufluence,
and the lufluence of this government,
to overthrow the government to which
he Is accredited. It presents a case
heretofore unknown In the annal of In
Beuator Cullom, of Illinois, expressed
the opinion that congress, on re-assera
bling, would tako up the Hawaiian
question In a Vigorous way. "The
onnntrw will not tolerate the kingly airs
Bsmimed bv the present administration.
My ( pinion Is, Its best course js to go
Into that state ot bauuruptcy wuere,
by Its policy, It has forced so many
TALKED TOO MUCH
Minister Thurston of Hiwall Is not
ui,Di mrpwlvB his nassnorts although
It was said at the state department this
morning that there were anunaam
grounds for such an action. It Is
claimed that his letter Ib a breaohof
diplomacy. Such action would be tak
en but for The reason that the Ameri
can people might not think It fair play
aud that the right or man wviuu
give his side of a controveosey Is always
The Date Fixed.
mw vnmr Nov. 22. The morning
papers publish the story purporting to
give some of secret advices received by
Secretary Gresham from Minister Wil
lis. It is averted that wmis uouueu
the Slate Department that he bad fixed
upon Tuesday of this week as date for
restoration of Lllluokalanl.
tii Nov. 22. The Inter-
Ocean's Washington special says: rne
report Is gaining wide publicity here
that there are snarp umv -,--ion
in the cabinet of Cleveland I on yari
ou" matters. That as a result Gresham
. .-, .. a,i. imvn threatened U) re-
ana none oujiv - ,
Blirn It cannot be determined that
there Is any truth In the reports.
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The very bast of meats at all times,
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W. W. MABTIK,
H. V. ATTM"1 -
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
... wv 22. The police
ters of the anarchists in tui.c..
Sea one man.and two -omen an.
eecured many l?V" "
menls, which wii pnn-.j --
-,rm In Spain, France and
many arrests in , opai ,
Italv. besides otner iui" - -
iiaiy, " ,,. .. . nf .ho reds are al-
ready under arrfst for connection wm
the recent explosion'
BMhtt bM "SaSSuu7 tTta 4
Indignant at Thurston.
New Yobk, Nov. 22. A special from
a Washington morning paper says:
"The reply of MiuUter Thurston
to some of the more flagrant mis
Hintnmnntfl contained in Blount's reDort
and bold accusations of untruthfulness
against the ex-commlssloner have given
great offense to tho main officials of the
administration, who are supposed to
represent the views of tho secretary of
Rtntn. The Indlcnation of theso gentle
men Is bo great they do not hesitate to
intimate that Thurston's passport will
bo returnod by the president He is
accused of violating nil known rules of
diplomatic etiquette, and there Is a loud
demand from tbo state department
ollque for bis punishment. It cannot
be learned tonight what steps the ad
ministration proposes to tafte, if any'
to discipline the palu-spoken represen
tative of the provisional government."
Washington. Nov. 22. LorrinA
Thurston, the Hawaiian minister, gave
nut n Htatement last ulcht. He says:
"I am urged to .make a statement lor
publication, setting forth the position
aud claims of the Hawaiian govern
ment and making reply to the charges
contained In Blount's report. As I
have received no official Information
that Blount has made his report, I am
unable to Intelligently Btato what tho
position and claims of the government
are. A largo proportlou of tho pub
lished extract frorn Blouut's report
consist of pereonalattaoks upon me and
those associated with me in the provis
ional government, impugning our ve
racity, good faith aud courage,cnarging
us with fraud and duplicity. I'lrsi, i
desire to call -attention to Blouut's
method of constructing his report. Al
though be in several places, states that
I was the leader or the revolutionary
movement, he never asked me a ques
tion concerning ttje samo nor gave me
nn opportunity to make any statement.
The same is true of a lurge numoer oi
tbo other men who had taken a leading
part In the movement in January. His
ovldeuca couslsts exclusively in pre
nnri ,.miUvlts or answers to leading
quealiouB put by himself nl private In
terviews, no one else being present but
the stenographer. In no Instance was
there any croas examination or an op
portunity given to contradict or ex
plain the evidence.
"Blount charges that but for the sup
port of the United States representative
nnri inn tho establishment of the
provisional government was Impossible
Although the presence or me American
troops my have prevented bloodshed,
they were not essential, and did not as
sist In the overthrow of the queen. The
result of the movement would have
been eventually the same If there had
not been a marine within 1000 miles of
Honolulu. Iu support of this state
mr.f ti.n trmtni did not land till Mon
day night, January 10, after the revol
ution had been In tun progress biuuo
the afternoon or Haiuruay mo m-u,
during which time tho committee of
safety had openly organized ior me
avowed purpose of overthrowing the
queen. There was aosoiuieiy uu v
tempt at concealing from the govern
mentthe objects and Intentions of tho
committee. The queen, cabinet and
,.!. wnra utterly demoralized
and suspicious of one another and do-,
void of leadership, 'inn wmuniwi uw
their supporters were united and had
ample force to execute tbolr purpose;
knew exactly what they wanted and
proceeded with Intelligent deliberation,
thoroughness and confidence to do It,
It Is admitted by all that the queen bo
gan the revolution at noon Saturday
by attempting to promulgate a constl
tutlon. buab attempt was Immediately
ni i.v nrooaratlous for armed re
distance, and the United States troops
were landed at 6 o'ciock wouuay.
Thursbin then goes on to reclto the
details of the revolution which nave
already oppeared in inese coiuiu.w.
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
New Officers Elected for the Com
JUDGE GALLAWAY .CHOSEN PRESIDENT.
Tho Society Ont of Deht-Tho
Outlook for 1S9L
Highest bf air in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
SKI Su fSS; ror i fc !
liiuoed w M MM bo iTfij.Us
turtd lln, ff, u UTV
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Burned to Death.
Nbwbkkn, Tenn., Nov. 22.-A Are
.... !. ,i-tnviI half a dozen busl
ness bouses, caudug a lo of W.OOO.
Lee Bradshaw and Piatt Moflat, white,
and Edgar, colored, were uurnea w
death. IilebellevM oiimr uuu.
in the ruins, rieverai were iwriuu..,
OolllJrs 8hut Down.
., ... l-nna.. NoV. i2 -Over
ft dozen of the prluolptl Lehigh Valley
colliers have shut .J.iwn fjr laok of
MH. More win mw iim-h..
Fully 5.0W ran ana oy "'
,.... w ti Th report bas leen
ifKS-oa account of economlo future."
The annual meeting of tho Oregon
state board of agriculture was held at
thecapltol Tuesday commencing at 2
p. m. All the members present except
ing Samuel H. Holt of Medford. Upon
the roll being called President J. T.
Annerson. of Orecron Cltv. M. WllklnB.
of Coburgj D. A. McAUstor, La Grande;
T. L, Davidson. J. Q. Wright, Salem:
W. F. Mattock, Pendleton; J. U. Slmn
Bon, SlUBlaw; David Guthrie. Dallas;
A. F. Miller, Sellwood, Wm. Galloway
McMlnnvllle; aud Z. F. Moody, of Tho
Dalles, answered to their names.
Seoretary J. T. Gregg, of Portland,
superintendent of tho grounds, John
Q. Wilson, aud superintendent of trio
pavilion wm. savage, or naiem, were
also in attendance.
President, Wm. Galloway.
Vice president, W. F. Matlook.
Secretary, J. T Gregg, (re-elected.)
Treasurer, A. Bush.
Chief marshal, W. L. Blmeral,
Superintendent of tbo pavilion and
and also of tho grounds Wm. H.
Executive committee Messrs. Gal
loway, Apperson, Matlock, Wright and
Following committees wero appeinted:
Finance, J. T. Apperson, A. F. Mil
ler, Z. F. Moody.
Revision of premium list: David
Guthrie, A. F. Miller, Z. F. Moody.
Revision of speed pregram: J. T.
Apperson, Wm. F. Matlock, Prest.
Gallowav. These Kontlemen aro also a
commltteo on rules and admission to
Resolutions complimentary to tbo
retiring president, J. T. Apperson, and
John Q. Wilson wero passed. Tho lat
ter was allowed $300 for extra services
as superintendent of tho grounds.
The claim of tho fruit palace oommii
teo of the Marlon County Horticultural
society for f32 85 actually expended In
libor on the exhibit was not aiiowea at
this session out of tho 8100 appropriated
for that purpose. President-Elect Gal
loway, John G. Wright and othors fa
vored it, but tho men bo narrow be
tween the eyes that thoy cau't see
nnvthlnir in a state fair but a race
horse, spoke against it. Tbebortlcul.
turlsUarenot bragging on their show
lust year ot all. Owing to the ralu and
late season tho fruit could not be got in
but tbolr bill was a Jut one and ought
to be paid.
THH NEW ritESIDKNT.
Judge Wm. Gallaway of McMlnn
vllle is elected president of the Stalo
Board of Agriculture to succeed J. T.
Apperson. He Is servlug slnco five
years as a member of tho Btato Board
and Is the present county Judge of
Yamhill county. He served In the leg.
Lulu, of 1874. 1878 and lbsu, as ueui-
...i mniTitinr from that county. Ho
Is at present ono of the leading Horti
culturists of tbo Wlliametto valley,
having an orchard of 180 aoros under
cultivation. Ho Is also a grower of trot
ting horses, having ratsod some of the
best Altamont colU In this state. He
bas enjoyed tho confidence of bis fel
low members on tho board to an un
usual dejree aud probably wouiu uavo
been elected president before but for
the fact that he was Just then badly
. i.i i.u runawav borse at Port-
Wipf. "J "1 , ,,
land. He was cnoeen presiuouv -meeting
on tho first bIot and It was
made unarilmous In a hearty manner
by his associates; receiving the warm
est congratulations 01 UJS preuecraow
OTATB VAIH FJNAWUBJ.
Judgo Galloway talked to a Jokhnai
..! tuUv about the fair and
stated that Its present financial condl.
lion was good, "There is sun a ucuw
the lands of 110,000, which consist of
160 acres, wero deeded to the stato and
With tbo ImprovemeuU, wortUMlly
UJO000. Tbo board at this meeting
paid all its bills, all interest ou. v -
. -..... kill altMl
hU DO OUUWnUHlg wnu ".
u have never been presented for pay
ment, and bas about ow on oanu, v
legislature makea an annual appropria
tion of $6000, for premiums, no part to
go toward payment or race preiumi-..
The Mr has no otbsrainrco ot ry
euooMOptgto receipt "Aato Iba
ln.i.a llAIiniVMV BA1U. .wv
Mareh. In the meantime succlal com
mit toes on Bpeod program, revision of
premium lists, rulos and admission win
bo at work and report to the full board
on the second Thursday in March. It
Is the Intention tomakothe premium
list more In keeping with tho progress
of the tlmpa. and a t rid of raanv ster
eotyped features that properly oolong
only to county fairs, and make this In
overysenBO a state fair, worthy or tho
prominence Oregon bas gained before
tho world as a not) agricultural Btaie,
tlm third In awards at tho world's fair.
and first in horticulture in the Union.
Tho vlotorles won by Oregon at Chicago
wnra lnrcalv duo to the efforts of the
Stat Board of Agriculture, which mado
tbo grand showing of grain, grasses
and agricultural products which dial
lenged the attention of tho world. The
mnmhera of tbo board Dontouallv col
lected the exhibits and made great sao-
rlilces of time aud money to win ror
Oregon tho distinction alio has won, as
against states that expended hundreds
of thousanda of dollars, urogon win
keep within her $00,000, and bvo $20,
000 left over.
"What was done for Oregon at the
world's fair I bellove cau be done for
our Btato fair. We need enthusiasm,
organization and specialization in tbo
various departments of Oregon products
and then wo shall hayo a state fair in ree
ifioi wnrthi' of the best natronace or
tho pooplo of this state, wo lnionu w
dn nil In our Dower as a board to assist
in a proper representation of Oregon at
tho Midwinter tfair. wo navoainag-
nlficent collection boxed up ready to
tako there with valuable additions and
Orcson will take no second plaoo in
i BMP '
Oordago Trust Reorganized.
New Yomc, Nov. 22. At a meeting
of the executive board of tho reorganiz
ation of tho cordage trust arrangements
were made to resume operations. Tho
meeting was secret, but It Is understood
that a complete report of tho proceed
ings will bo given out today, Tho re
organized trust will bavo a capital of
$3,000,000.lu cash and $5,000,000 In cot
lateral secured by New York and New
England bonds. Among the executive
officers there are eevoral of tho old
members of tbo trust, but tbo balance
of pqer is held by tho banks. Tbo
creditors or the oiu trust navo uueiuu
settlement. The terms they are recom
mended to accept are 10 per cent In 00
days and tho romalndor In bonds of tho
new company, not subject to mortgage
WORLD'S FAIR JURY.
Orant'a Hlshest Award to Dr. Price's
Oream Baking Powder.
Chicago, Nov. 22.-On the analysis
.nil ronnminondallon Of I)tt Wiley,
Chief United States Government
riii.ni.ut Woublneton. and greatest
living authority on food products, the
Wond'a Fair jury touay gavo munmn
est award to Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder for strength, purity and excel
lence. This conclusively settles tbo
.iA.iinnnf nuoerlorltv. Dr. Wiley re
jected tho alum powders, stating to tho
World's Fair jury mat no wuwu'
A ITER 7RS HI 'J SIS.
Coqulllo Herald: Will the people
never learn what the legul practice to
at tho present day, both in the courts
and as counsel,aIter the many instances
which have come to light. ThoKew
York World makea tbo following state
ment about U. 8. Attorney.Genoral 01-
ney and tho sugar trust as ir bis opin
ions wero not to bo made on the law.ss
a law,a.id upon the principles of Justice
ami equity therein, uur, oniyiortne
fee, as a atako to bo played for, or a
commodity for Bale to either party that
will pay tho prlco, and to both parties
sometimes. Hero Is tbo World's say:
"Mr. Olney Is carrying on leal
proceeding against the sugar trust la
"The proceeding launder the anil-
triint law. When Mr. Olnev WAS the
paid attorney of a leading trust he put
uimsoiron recoru to me eueot tuat mo
anti-trust law Is, In bis oplnton, un
constitutional, null and void. But he
has reasonable ground for hoping that
the courts may 'not agree with him in
that hired opinion, and that he may
succeed against tho sugar trust as an organization."
BUver-Oarlisle Airs HU Chid
conditions prevailing there.
next meeting of tbeBowd wlllb In
Preparing Bis Message.
WioinvrvroM. Nov. 22. President
Cleveland spends a largo share of Ills
tlmo preparing uis annual ineaagn
congress. It is aald tho Hawaiian mat
ter will bo pretenteu in mo jcjui.
message. The probabilities are the
message will be a long one.owlng to tbo
.ntr.nn of several subjects to be dis
cussed not only on tho uawaiian mi-
jr but on the tariff.
Leklgk gwitckKM Strike.
Jrhsky City, Nov. 22. All tho L4
blgb Valloy switchman here, except
throe, struok this morning completely
paralyzing the freight irarao.
Cl.BVi5l.ANU, O., Nov. 2-A dis
crepancy t discovered of $1,000,000. be-
tween the figures given uy mo v. -
tlonal bauks to the comptroller m
treasury May H aa w lU0 uu,w,r
May -lib, 'M, tor taxation. No explan-
atlon is given, except me uinwuvv v.
on da.v In dates,
New York. Nov. 22. The 125tk an
nual banquot of the chamber of ee
merce took plae.taetslght, 000 pves-l
nont business men were present.
Charles 8. Smith, president of the
chamber, presided nv.il nt tho tsble
Hon. John G. Carlisle, secretary or the
treasury, occupied tho poatofhoaor.
Among othors present wero Hone.
William Walter Pbo'pi, Wbltelaw
RelJ, Carl Schurz, Murat Halstead,
William G. Hornblower. In op?bIbj
tho specod making the president took
especial pains to commend l he char
acter of the Now YorK banks and their
attitude towards tho country during
the recent financial oriel.
Hon. Jdhn G. Carlisle, eecretary of
the treasury, responded to the tint
toast of tho evening which was "Cow
memo demands, and the honor of the
country requires that tbo obligations of
the united utates suau po paiu in com
current 111 any market or the world and
the question shall be settled for all time
aud beyond controversy," no earn in
Gold Is tbo only international money.
It Is useless for the advocates of dlflor
btit systems to insist this ought not to
be so. It is so aud we canno cbaugs
It In fact. I uevor have been able to
understand what Is meant by double
standard valuo and have never found
anyouo who colild te!l me. To my
mlud It seems as abjur I to cobwru
Hint there should bo two different
standards us It would bo to Insist upou
having two yard ttlcks of different
lengths or two gallons of dlfferet di
mensions. If tho two standard are
not equal In value it Is evident o&e
of them must be a false measure and If
tliey are equal In value It w evident, no
matter what law might lec!e, there
will be In fact but one standard. Tfahi
does not Imply that silver Is to Have no
place iu our monetary system. What
Is to bo the ultimate state of tbtUl
Is ono of the problems which tlwe ad
events cau solve.
State of Ohio, City of Toledal sa
Frank J. Cheney wakes oath tkt 1m
Is the senior partner of the arm of r.J
Cheney &Co., doing u"Ib
clfy of Toledo, county and state aloce.
.iiTi ..!ltl..l umAA tlrua will MV M
wiu, mo .- - r-T-,,'-; i' j.
warn of one Bunurea ' -"
Sworn to before m a4 ia5tbs4
In my presence, this etti ay of Deeean
bef,A.'DH186. ,riJ-.. M
i- A. If.UliW"
Hall's Catarrh Cure I Wte Bsiiisjhr
and acts directly on the talood wmI ss.
ooussurfacM to tbe system, ieexl Mr
UMIwodUU, free. ,
F. J. Ckiwhv CO., ToUdo, CK
mroM by (kuMs, 7 eta,
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