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SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCII 10, 1894.
New - Furnishing - Goods
QUALITY HIGH !
Fishing Tackle! :-:
New line just received. 20 gross of celebrabted
Just received direct from England. Cane poles 5o each. Elegant
new line of Baby Carriages at viry low prices. No trouble to show
Brooks &l Salisbury,
WE ARE NOT
Our general Stock of FURNITUBE and CARPETS is so
well selected that it
COMMANDS As PATRONAGE.
It is to YOUfi. BEST
A. Buren & Son.,
S. W. THOMPSON & Co.,
Always Keep on hand a large stock of loose and uuraounted
Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires and imported Opals.
221 Commercial Street.
I, B NOW is the time to look at ter your
i-mniOTOl Plants. Nearly everything needs
f J l J spraying now We have cheap, ef-
I IVIIOIUI fictiVe spray pumps for amateurs.
Call and see then, CHURCHILL & BURROUGHS,
Completed and ready to wait on customers Horn aXS
at reasonable prices. We keep a full "" .H'n t5tanty; for wrvlce.
meet all demands. Also keep the finest &talllona In ttiia .' QQ
nam .rd rooMnniv. 9. ll1ok IMlUth Of POStOfHce. JUrtl-i
J. RUBINSTEIN, Suits Made to Order.
SOS COMMERCIAL STREET.
LADIES and Gente Clothing Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired.
'II 10 UE.ST1 STRAINS of Black Minorca, Brown
Leghorn and Plymouth Rock Eggs for breeding,
from select pens of the best fowls. Prices moderate
quality i""l Jered. A few superior Brown Leg
horn Huta lor sale at n bargain. Call or address
J. J. MILLER,
25th street, near State
INTEREST TO PAY
Wholesale and Retail
Healer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Heats of a lKIiuls
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
TARIFF MATTERS ARE QUIET.
Republican Influence May Change
BOSS M'KANE'S SHORTAGE GROWING.
Dave Hill Will Wed a Kentucky
Washington, D. C, March 10.
The senate committee ou fluauce met
this morning to consider the tar III bill.
The proceedings were entirely ami
cable, and no points on which the
committee is expected to divide were
discovered. It now looks as if It would
be comparatively easy to arrive at an
understanding in the time In which
the bill remains iu committee. Al
drich, after the committee adjourned,
said they begin real work Monday
morning, and he thought possibly it
could be concluded next week.
Republicans will try to secure some
changes, and if successful will probably
attempt more. They are hopeful.
Mcpherson will join them in an at
tempt to modify several schedules, and
if he does this the bill will be ameuded
as far as he Is willing to co-operate
Grover Ordered It.
Washington, D. C. March 10.
Secretary Herbert made a response to
Boutelle's resolution iu the house call
ing ou his state authority for issuing
instructions placing the naval forces at
Honolulu under the orders of Blount.
In substance his answer is that the
action was necessary to prevent a con-
flict of authority, and that the secre
tary's authority for issulug the order
was the president, commander-in-chief
of the army and navy, and cites a
number of precedents for his actions.
Timber Thieves Stopped
Washington, D. C. March 10. The
commissioner of the general laud olllco
bus directed all action On applications
for permits to cut timber on public
lands in Alaska be temporarily suspend
ed. "Boss"' McKane's Shortage.
Bkooklyn, March 10. A committee
of Gravesend citizens, who have been
examining the accounts of the town,
are said to have found many Irregular
ities. Bonds amounting to halt a mil
lion, is In the possession of "Boss"
John Y. McKaue, now in Sing Sing,
arc reported as hypothecated. Just
how much the tow a will lose, is not
known. Said committee has, so far,
found a shortage of $200,000, in Mc
Kane's accounts. His friends a iy, the
apparent shortage Is due purely to his
lack of business methods, In conduct
ing the aflairs of the town.
Hill Will Marry.
Cincinnati. Ohio, March 10.
Louisville Special: Kentucky society
is id a tlutter over the announcement
of the reported engagement of Miss
Etta Scott, a well known beauty, to
Senator David B. Hill, of New York.
Miss Scott Is a niece of Vice Presldeut
LANE COUNTY NEWS.
Everything all Right iu Oounty Mat
Euoi:ne, March 9.-(SpecIal to Tim
Journal) H. C. Watson, the referee
In the celebrated case of Lane county
Ponullet taxpayers, against J. E. Nolap,
flherltt, this ufiernoon filed his report
of testimony, and findings.
This case involves aome $13,000.00
county warrants Issued to Bherifl
Nolan for services. The referee's report
la very voluminous, covering some 125
panes testimony and findings.
Referee Watson finds that the t'ounty
court exceeded Ha authority, In allow
ing a few claims for services not by law
provided for, amoutrtlng to $318.22, but
that it Is not practical to reach said
amount without enjoining the pay
ment of all warrants involved; that In
the R. R. tax matter, everything Is
legal; that Inasmuch as Line county
and the county court are not parties,
this court caunot review the transac
tions between them and the sheriff, in
the present condition of pleadings and
proof, that Issue having been Joined, as
to whether Bherifl Noluu'a claims ware
fraudulent, and a to whether
any bcrvlcea were performed, plaintiff
are not entitled to relief sought by
proving that a comparatively ama'l
number of claims were for (service not
,..n..,i for liv law. aud in allowing
which tbe county court exceeded Ha
authority, and the reference concludes
that the equities are with defendants
and that to further continue the in
junction would be abusive of the in
junctive powers of this oourt,and there
fore recommends It being dissolved.
Plalntlfl'a attorneys have not yet
decided what action will be taken, but
they will probably move the court to
set aside the referee's findings.
Lane county Populist's caucus meets
tonight and its county convention to
morrow. Considerable Interest is man
ifested iu the outcome.
HAWAIIAN LABOR TROUBLES,
THE PORTUGESE AND CHINESE CLASH
Elections Suspended and a Consti
tutional Convention Wanted.
San Fkanoisco, March 10. The
steamship Australia arrived this morn
ing, from Honolulu, and brings Ha
waii au advices up to March 3d. Since
the sailing of the last steamer there
have been no developments of a dls
turbine nature. There has been con
siderable restlessness, however, ou the
part of the Portuguese and the Chinese,
aud the labor question has been the
government's most serious problem.
The Chinese registration bill, now
before the council, imposes severe re
atrictlons on Chinese immigrants, aud
provides a registration system even
more strict than the Geary act. The
Portuguese, on the other baud, have
openly declared against the Chinese,
and many of their leaders aro warm
supporters of the provisional govern
ment and members of the annexation
The advisory council has also passed
a law for tbo exclusion and deportation
of paupers, fugitives and other uude
a'.rable white characters.
The general elections, whlcli under
the old constitution, should be held in
February, have beou set aside. It is
believed a constitutional convention
will bo held within four or five mouths.
Populist County Conventions.
Okegon City, Mar. 10.; Special
The People's party county convention
is in session shis afternoon, with 75
delegates in attendance. The Omaha
platform, the initiative and referen
dum, equal suffrage aDd reduction of
all salaries to $000 per annum has been
made the platform.
Eugenk, Mar. 10 Special. The
Line county Populist convention
adopts the Omaha platform. Nomina
tions made are W. II. Spaugh for sen
ator, Geo. Knowls, A. D. Burtion and
John Southerlaud, representatives. It
is still iu eession, and wrangling over
Roland at Home.
The following from the Jefferson Re
view shows what one candidate is
thought of at home.
John Roland's oandidaoy for county
clerk Is developing strength daily. Iu
Salem be lias a strong backing Jotm
nal. Of course he has a strong back
ing, not only in Salem, but all over the
county, ana better qualified mau for
that posltlou could not bo found. He
is by long odds the strongest candidate
the Republicans could nominate for
that place. Jeflcrson Review.
San Fkancisoo, Maah 10. Wheat
Chicago, March 10. Cash,G7j May
Pohtland, March 10. Wheat valley
83J85; Walla Walla 75 77.
W. S. Hurst, the young miller of
Aurora, Is favorably mentioned as a
candidate for representative.
O. thlH rtull,dc-prelni, headache,
Til il ou't wear off;
TbUli taking Mid thl j)ittlDi,'.
Au4 thl b icklUK couch.
I've lout ray ene otmtlHag,
Aud taste' Komif, loo.
I know otar h' what alia me,
Uut-vrlmt nhull I diT
II y backing and my hawking
Keep upu aluidy din;
I'm haunted by M.e fear I hat
Uomumpllon may set In.
I fceUupreinely wrelclitdj
No wonder 1 in blue,
I know my health' felling,
Hut what can I dor
Do? I'll tell you what to do, my
frleud, if you will loud me your ear a
minute. Go down to the drug store
and buy Dr. Hage'a Catarrh remedy,
and take it according todirectloos given
and you'll soon Hud that this miserable
headache Is a thing of the past; The
hacking, hawking and spitting, ao
disagreeable toothers u well as your
self, will come toau end, and In short
time you will ft-el like a new man. A
new man think of that and all for
fifty cents, whiuh is the price of Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy, the unfailing
cure for tula terriable dhaae.
TOE POPULISTS ARE HERE.
Big Convention at Reed s Opera
FIRST BROADSIDE FOR REFORM.
Democrats ami Prohibitionists
The Populists assembled iu county
convention was the largest aud solldest
body of reform citizens of any third
party that ever assembled lu Salem.
Geo. Weeks was made chairman and
D. E. Swauk, secietary.
J. P. Robertson moved appolutmeut
of a committee of seven ou credentials.
It was appointed; Davidson, of South
Salem, Woods, of Howell, Hlbbard, of
Silverton, Ball, of Aumsville, Stump,
of Salem, Chas. Miller, of Jefferson,
Smith, of Geryais.
A committee of five on order of
business was appointed as follews:
Murphy, of Salem. Cleveland, of Yew
Park, Pate, of Jefferson, Glassford, of
Salem, Beers, of Haysvllle.
COMMITTEE ON IIESOULUTION8.
J. P. Robertson, Salem, D.N. Fish,
SJlverton, F. A. Meyors, Lablsh, C. F.
W. Barowue, Yew Park, M. Barley,
Mariuu, F. Berkette, Breiteubush, P.
Larseu, W. Silverton, C. P. Houkle,
Horob, Chas. Miller, Sr., Jefferson, H.
Bruor, Staytou, J. D. Darby, Sublim
ity, T. Y. McCIollau.E. Sllverton.J. W.
Jory, S. Salem, W. II. Darby, Lincolu,
G. W. Dlmick, Hubbard, E. Baugh
After appolntmont of the following
committee on platform, the convention
adjourned to 1 o'clock.
Sunnysldo. 0. E. Brown, T, C. Jory.
Broeks: P. J. Clark, W. H. Walker,
A. L. Bcckmau.
Garfield: C. W. McCowan, F. M.
Shepherd, N. N. Matlock.
Liberty: T. C. Davidson, W. D,
Matthews, II. Cleveland.
Fairvlew: J. W. Jory, J. Willard, J.
Prospect. J. B. Parker, J. Colby, G.
W. Murphy, M. R. Moore, J. Willis,
W. W. Culver.
Called to drder at 1 o'clock. Geo.
Weeks and J. W. Jory were nominated
Report of committee on credentials
was read and adepted:
Jeffersen: Chas. Miller, Jr. Chas.
Miller, Sr., Jas. Curl, Archlo Llbby,
Win. Jones, Mr. Blackwell, Harry
Burroughs, Win. Pate, R. F, Meyors.
Marlen: II. Gulviu, G. Fresh, (proxy
for M. M. Davidaon,) Frank Lebby, M.
Victor Peint: J. D." Darby, W. II,
Rogers, T. Y. McClelau, J. J. Krautz.
Salem: J. M. Payne, J. P. Frizzeli,
J. B. Stump, Arthur Brock, J. P. Rob
ertson, T. E. Murphy, J, R. Burford,
11. E. Hayes.
South Salem: E, O'Flynir, II. S.
Hereb: D. A. Smith, M. C. George,
Chus. Heukel, Henry Joost, Mike
Hogau, W. B. Robertson.
Brelten: James Monroe, Geo. May
born, Frank Perkett.
Hubbard: Robert McCaustlaud, L.
C.Dayton, G. W. Dlmick.
Stay ten: H. Borcliard, II. Bruer,
Sam Darby, Thos. D.irby, Mr. Beard.
Crosten: A. W. Hayes, II. II, Glass
ford, John Romcr, Creed Owens, Jas,
Gervals: L. D. Lewis, Riley Rltchy,
J. O. Smith, E. W. Manning.
Linceln: M. II. Spear,D. E. Swank,
J. II. Messner, W. II. Darby, John
Darby, Richard Claxton, T. L. Ball,
Report of committee on order of busi
ness was adopted. It Included report
of committee ou preferential vote, nom
ination of county officers, nomination
of state delegates, eleotlon of county
committee, aud report of platform.
This wai arnunded so that the county
central committee can fill vacancies ou
The temporary organization waa
made permanent. Prof. Jory waa
made assistant secretary,
The committee on platform waa
closeted a long time over the propoal
tlon to fix oounty officers' salaries lu
the platfyrm, Some wanted a resolu
tlon, merely saying that they should be
reuueeu, as uiu jaw auu constitution
already fix the sahrks, John P. Rob
ertson made a hard light for low aalar
itt to be put lu (he platform.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report
TOLD THE TKUTH.
Whou -ballottlne for senator becan
one delegate wanted to know who to
"Piok out some good iriau who Is fit
"We haven't cot a man in our nrc-
olnct tit for senator." (Great laughier )
"We'll bo here all night." (Laugh
ter.) THE PLATFORM.
Tho first plank endorses the Omaha
platform of the People's party.
Second, demands the principles of in
itiative and referendum bo embodied
lu constitution of Oregon.
3. All property to bo ntaoased at
cash value, and deduction for debt.
4. Salaries of state o Ulcers bo limited
to constitution, salary of county clerks
and sheriff $1500, deputies (800.
5. Abolish railroad commission and
euact maximum rate law.
G. Demands a stay law.
7. Reform In city government.
As this report closes informal ballots
are being takou, according to tho pref
erential iuitlatum, aud the convention
will last until late tonight.
THE STATE FAIR BOARD.
Concludes An Important Sosslon
Tho State Board of Agriculture con
cluded Its sittings yesterday, and ha9
all arrangements completed for a very
succesful fair ttiia fall.
If the atato of Washington holds Its
fair on the 4th Monday of September,
the Oregon state fair will bo hold Oct.
1st. Hereafter tho constitution will fix
It for tho 4th Monday iu Soptembor.
In the pavilion nil nrtloleB will be
judged by article aud number and
without access to the books of entries.
Ono tlcxet will give admission to all
parts of the grounds, Including races
and grand stand.
Tliero are to be somo marked changes
aud Improvements lu the pavilion.
The interior will be entirely changed
and remodeled. A triumphal arch of
Oregon woods will be built to make a
display of fruits aud grains.
Wra. II. Savage, suporintendont of
tho grounds, has Instructions to remove
old rubbish and buildings and put all
in good shape for the fair. Ho Is
also Instructed to re-arrango tho floral
gardens aud grounds and put In a col
lection of choice shrubs. All stables
aud sheep pens and feiices will bo
given a coat of white, to beautify and
preserve the buildings. Tho grounds
will be put iu the best shape they were
Messrs, Myers, Wright and Guthrlo
are uppoluted a program committee to
arrange uu Interesting program of ex
tros for each day and evening. They
will introduce some novelties hereto
fore never soon In Oregon.
Jasper Mlnto appeared for the State
Speed association of Salem and secured
an arrangement for n spring race meet
ing. The matter wau favorably cou
aldercd by the board and Is practically
left to the executive commit1 eo.
Every facility will bo extended to
make the meeting u great succcbj.
Great changes have been made In
the lists and the money it I believed
will bring out displays such as have
never been ween at a State fair. The
private cinches have bten cut oft na
far as powlble. Presldeut Galloway
ha made arrangir.jnts with tbo fruit
growers of Yamhill county (o put up n
splendid special exhibit of fruit. Oilier
counties will follow suit.
Judge Galloway left this afternoon
for hi homo at McMluuvlIle.
Ex-Governor Moody wuu an interest
ed spectator at the road oonyeutlon to
day. Judge Oallowny, the live head of tho
State Board of Agriculture, returned
to MuMlnuvllle today.
AN INSANE VERDICT.
Tho jury'a verdict lu tho Biesslor
sulcldo will not satisfy anyono. Tho
foremau of f ho jury who drew tho ver.
diet should never Imvo been for. man.
C. O. Sarvls has just served a term in
tho couuty jail. Ho has repeatedly
been lu tho city Jail for drunkenness.
It is doubtful If he Is not as iusano os
the unfortunate man who killed him
self. He ought not to havo boon al
lowed to manago tho Inquest. Ho la
tonguey and brassy and erratic, and
ought to havo Lceu put of! the Jury,
whore ho undoubtedly forced himself
ou. Tho district attoruoy partially
couducted tho Inquest. As there was
somo question of foul play ho
ought to have couducted tho whole in
quest aud seon that a properly worded
verdict was prepared. Tho verdict
Itself shows that It was wrltteu by a
man of not sound m'nd. It 1b that
deceased nnmn tn lil lnnth from b.
"gunshot wound In tho hands of per
sons uukuown." Can language ba
crazier thau that? Tho result la to
placo tho two Brcssler families under
the susplolou of murder. Thoro la not
i partlolo of ovldouco to found a theory
of guilt upon. There Is not an Imag
inable motive to found a theory of
orlmoupon. The doad man was poor,
weak-miudod, excitable, had throat
oued to tako his own life aud did take
it deliberately. To put the stigma of
murder upon a family of poor people
without any proof whatoyor Is an out
rage. Tho Cruelty to Animals' Oaso.
Tho cise of tho stato versus N. C.
Pdtorson, charged with doprlvlng hla
team of horses of necessary sustenance,
went to trial In the superior court,bofore
Judgo Edes, at 10;!S0 today.
Win, Kaiser appeared for dofendant
and A. O. Condlt for state. Following
Jury was chesen: Thos. Hubbard, W.
W. Hepburn. Fred Hurst, O. T. Mc
Inlyre, A. Phelps, P. K. Frotz. Wit
nesses for the state, C, II. Lane, Perry
Card, John Cornell, wereexamlued be
fore noon, whou au adjournment was
had until Policeman Gibson could ap
pear to testify.
After hearing the case of the state
and argument of Attorney Kaiser, the
case was dismissed.
Thhei: of a Kind. Threo mora
convicts were today brought down
from Union county, two whites and a
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