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It. A HKKITAGE, Vocal Director
KMILL. WINKLER, Iiutrumcntnl Diiector. .
J. C. GOODALE-
0. (J. SCHRAMM
oodale Uintb?r Company
arcls on Twelfth and Trade Streets
Kcop.the.inostlcompletc-stock of common, dimension and finished lumber
Itho city, nnd.sell on-the most favorable terms. Lathland Shingles
Our stock Is made at our own inllls,, of the best lumber ln'.tho state.
C. G. SCHRAMM,
he Willamette Hotel.
MILITARY IS CftkLED,
Gov, Brafjloj of Kentucky on
EXCITEMENT ilS INTENSE
Soldiers Called Out to Protect the
No Senator Elected, and tho Joint
LEADING HOTEL OK THE CITY.
Reduced rates. Man.eewent Ifoeral. Electric cam leave hold for all public buildiDjji
1 point of interest. Special rates will be gvtn to permanent paxroni,
A. I. WAGNER
-EXCELSIOR - STABJUtC-
B. C, HANSEN, MANAGER.
ilygoo.1 horse ttil. SitUrioaffuwanteet.-.SublhtelcJof; 'State Inroranee block
Frankfokt, Ky., March 10. "What
promises to Iks the most sensational
day In the senatorial light was begun
with the proclamation from Govorjior
Bradley, Issued this morning, calling
out the state troops. Governor Brad
ley was In consultation all this morn
with Adjutant Collier and Colonels
Castlcman nndGalther. These gentle
men agreed that thoro would be no
dlflleulty Ji presenting trouble. "I
wish to saylfywUd tho governor, "that
the military was called out In order,
to protect tho members of the legis
lature from mob vlolenco, and not to
Tho McUrary guards wero rein
forced early tills morning by tho
Brown light Infantry from tho Lex
ington and Louisville legion, two
hundred and llfty men. Thcso two
companies wero placed on duty at tho
stato house grounds, and military reg
ulations wore enforced.
Blnckburn inon call the governor's
action an outrage. A meeting of the
citizens of Frankfort was called to
protest against the presence of tho
militia In this city. "This display of
force will stop all legislation," said a
Blackburn senator this morning.
"Nothing shall bo done. I would llko
to see revenue bills or anything else
get through now."
Just before 11 o'clock Scrgcant-at-Arms
Summons of tho senate entered
the lower door of the state house with
assistants summoned Saturday. They
were Juck Chinn, Eph. Llllard, Jim
"Williams, John McEltery, John Sliced
and Walter Sharp. Thcso men were
halted by Captain Gaines. Summons
protested that they were his assist
ants, and that he had allldtivlts that
entitled them to enter. Tho captain
was firm, however, aud they walked
out without attempting to forco their
way up tho stairs.
Everything before convening two
hours was quiet as could be. Senators
James and Walton entered tho house
chamber. They said they would vote
In Joint assembly today If requested
to do so. Dunlap did not show up.
It ls'ccrtaln ho will not be seen In
Frankfort again this session.
When tho joint session opened tho
roll call showed CO present. Neither
tho Democrats nor Populists re
sponded. Tho president announced
no quorum. On tho ballot for senator
only one vote was cast, that of Sliced,
for Boyle. Tho Republicans and
Democrats, with this exception, re
fused to respond. Tho Joint assembly
then adjourned until tomorrow.
THE RIOT DELI..
Frankfort, Ky., March 10. The
riot bell was rung from tho Are engine-house
at 11 o'clock Sunday night,
and at tho same moment Governor
Bradley ordered out the' militia. Ten
minutes later, the McCrary Guards,
62 strong, Captain Noel Gaines, wero
in possession of the state house and
j martial law was proclaimed.
Until today Governor Bradley had
persistently refused to call out the
militia, though urged to do so by citi
zens, Irrespective of party. Tho
Blackburn leaders, he was Informed,
had been preparing nlliday to take
(oroiblc session Of tlie'Watc house
Threats were inado thatt the senate
would arrest tho governor tomorrow
for usurpation of authority In giving
the Instructions ho gave hibt night to
the sherllt of Franklin county toclear
tho corridors and cloakrooms.
All trains Sunday brought In rein
forcements Tor tho men bent on mis
chief today. HwaaonlyAl tho last
moment, when tno presence-
crowds presaged serious daitacr.
the governor yielded to repeated re
quests of orderly citizens ot.both part
ies and called out tho mllttln.
Scrgcant-ut-Arms Summers has
.sworn In Jack Chinn, Jim Williams,
'Eph Llllard and other desperate men
as his deputies.
It Is reported to the governor by nu
merous nllldavlts that, armed men had
been collecting In the capita for two
orthrcodays, with a view of taking
charge of tho Joint assembly Slonday.
A company from LcxlngtotMuid tho
Louisville Legion, 300 strong.Vrlvcd
early In the morning. General Collier
Is In command. "Guards surround the
state hotiso and penult no oho but
state olllcers, senators, representa
tives and others having a constitu
tional right to pass. Senator Brans
ton came Into the governor's ofllco and
asked why ho was debarred from tho
state house, who was the peace officer
of the state, and why the mllltla had
been ordered out. Ho then told the
governor ho would sec that alllilavlts
would bo lllcd tn the senate tomorrow.
This evidently referred to an effort to
Impeach GovcrnorBradloy by tli4 son
ate, which has been threatened. J
Governor Bradloy, In an Interview
at midnight, said, In explanation of
his action, that tho presiding officers
of both houses had called on him for
protection, and that ho called ou tho
mayor tp.glvqit- -Ho. learned afler
wnrd that tho sheriff and tho police
had been insuniclcnt, and had dono
nothing to remove the disturbing cle
ment. Saturday tho presiding olllcers of
tho two houses, along with others,
had mado atlldavlts, that nnned des
peradoes had Intimidated members of
tho lcgl8laturc,and that some of them
had assaulted n senator and refused
to let him leave the chamber; that n
portion of them claiming to bo
deputies of tho scrgcant-at-urms of
the Joint nsscmbly,forclbly prevented,
March 14, tho doorkeeper of the
houso of representatives from leaving
his post of duty. They Intcrfcrrcd
with tho proceedings of tho Joint as
sembly and permitted armed persons
to occupy tho senate chamber and
cloak rooms of the two houses during
tho Joint session of tho legislature,
The aforesaid authorities wero power
less tu act, and, unless ho Interfered
to protect tho general assembly, legis
lative action would be prevented, riot
and bloodshed would follow, and tho
security of tho lives of-citizens pf tho
commonwealth required action on his
part. He added.
"Under thcso circumstances, 1 felt
I could not allow such a state of
things to contlnuo, and called out tho
There was not standing room in the
court house when the Indignation
meeting was culled to order to protest
against the action of GovcrnorBrad
loy when ho called out troops.
JACKSON AND WALUNO.
Cincinnati, 0 March 16. The
circuit court today remanded Jack
son and Walling to the sheriff of
Campbell county, Kentucky.
To Censure Dayard.
Washington, March 17. The
house has decided to consider tho res
olutions censuring Ambassador Bay
ard for his speeches at Boston, Eng
land and Edinburgh, Scotland, on
Wednesday at 10:30 o'clock.
O. P. Referee's Report.
Corvai.1,18, Or., March JO. At a
special session of the circuit court for
Benton county, Judge Fullerton ap
proved tho report of Bcfereo Wood
stock in all things, and mndonii order
fortlicdlstrlbuttonofthc fund now in
court arising from the salo of the Ore
gon PaclfTc. Clerk Hunter will begin
at onco tho work of checking over the
claims, and In about lOdnyq will com
mence paying them olf.
It Is not known yet whether or tint
there will bo an appeal from Judge
Fullcrton's decision, but It Is thought
probably that the Farmers1 Loan &
Trust company, tho plulntllT In the
litigation, nud tho Insurance com
panies holding claims for premium on
Insurance placed during the lladlcy
regime, will appeal. If they do not,
the long-drawn-out and Intricate Ore
gon Paclllo litigation will probably lie
brought to a closo at tho regular April
term of the circuit court.
THE POLITICAL POT,
Probabilities and Prognasti
cations in Marion.
FIGHT DOWN IN ASTORIA
Thoy Were Parted
Either Were Killed,
A Spanish Mistake.
Havana, March 10. A terrible mis
take has resulted In the killing of a
number of Spanish soldiers by their
Tho battalion of San Qulntln was
approaching the town of Cano, seven
miles from Havana, to savo tho build
ings of a burning plantation. Tho
town shortly before had been attacked
by Insurgents, and the garrison, with
out hailing the San Qulntln battal
ion, and taking them for Insurgents,
returned to a second attack and
opened upon them with volleys.
Tho San Qulntln battalion, on the
other hand, mistook tho garrison for
tho insurgents, and charged thrco
times with great determination, tak
ing tho town. Tho blasts from the
cornet nud tho cries of "Viva
Espann," on tho part of the San Quln
tln soldiers, wore not sufllcient to put
a stop to tho fighting on either side.
Before the mistake was discovered the
San Qulntln battalion had lost 12
soldiers killed and a captain, four
lieutenants and 27 soldiers wounded.
Thos. Bruce, of North Salem, mem
ber of tho Salem school board, Is being
mentioned nn candidate for tho leg
islature. Albany Democrat! There are going
to bo a good ninny candidates for
prosecuting attorney, an otllco said to
be worth $0,000 a year. Besides tho
preson't Incumbent there have boon
mentioned J." It. Wyutt of this city,
and Alva Condlt, John A. Carson and
J. II. McNury of Salem.
Aumsvllle llecerd: Warren Crans
ton, tho republican candldato for
legislature, met Mr. Allen, a peoples
party speaker for a public talk on tho
tlnanclal question at Lllerty school
houso last Friday night. There was
a good audience In attendance ami
n hot Discussion ensued.
And Land Dili.
WABHiNJTON,March 10. Tho houso
commlttco on Irrigation of arid lauds
today decided to report favorably a
bill Introduced by Hermann, chair
nianu of tho commlttco providing for
tho conveyance of arid hinds to states
and territories to bo dfsosed of to
settlers In small holdings, and tho
money thus received to bo used In tho
reclamation of tho remainder of lands.
Snow in Connectlcutt.
Nkw Havkn, March 10. Iteports
from all parts of the state Indicate
the hca vest storm of the winter pre
valh.an average depth of seven inches.
In New Loudon, however, over a foot
has already fallen
British Steamer Loat.
London, March 10. Tho British
steamer Matadla, which sailed from
Sierra Leone, Februury 6th, has been
totally destroyed nt Boma by tho ex
plosion of gun powdor. Somo of the
passengers and crew were 6avcd, but
many arc missing.
Snow In New York.
Nkw York, March 10. Snow has
been falling continuously since 12
o'clock Sunday, and at noon today
showed no signs of abatement. There
Is no wind, Tho storm docs not seem
to liavo affected the railroads. Traf
fic on tho street railway lines Is some
Seeds for All.
Washington, March, 10 The sen
ato joint resolution directing tho sec
retary of Agriculture to purchase and
distribute seeds, etc., us In preceding
years, has become a law without the
president's signature. Secretary Mor
ton refused to carry out tho old law,
and vigorously opposed the passago of
the present mandatory act.
Texas Case Decided.
Washington, March 10, Tho case
of tho United States vs. tho State of
Texas. Involvimr the ownership of
Greer county, was today decided In
favor or the United States. Justlco
Harlan handed down the opinion.
The case Involves 1,500,000 acres.
National Fish Monger.
Washinoton, March 10. Tho presi
dent today sent tho bennto the followi
Ing nominatiens: John Brice, Cal
ifornia, commissioner of fish and fish-
'.rii. v s Marshal Mcuonaio, de
Jefferson Bovlew: Jap'Mlnto will
most probably bo renominated to suc
ceed himself. While Jap don't "lovo
his enemies" muchly, he Is truo as
steel In his friendship, nn olllclont,
courteous treasurer, and bus hosts of
friends throughout this county who
will give him a hearty Btipport.
Hon. Wrrcn Trultt will bo n promi
nent congressional candidate before
the Albany convention. Ills friends
claim thai ho will havo tho Polk
delegation solid, and his well-know
friendship for Marlon county where
he studied law makes his candidacy
The South Salem Republican club
was reorganized ainl Jesse Macy re
elected president and Bert Maoy sec
retary. It Is seldom that father and
son are thus honored hut It wns an
honor fitly bestowed. Speeches were
made by II. J. Bigger, Jap Minto aud
others that elicited the best of good
feeling, and tho South Salem club
meets noxt Saturday night In honor
of John 11. Mitchell. Protection and
sound Bill McKiuloy bimetallism
swopt tho crowded houso with waves
of enthusiasm before which nothing
Albany Herald: It Is only necessary
to look ovor tho list of candidates for
congressman In the first district tosco
that It will not bo a casa of tho ofllco
seeking tho man this time. There
arc somo mighty good uioti out for tho
nomination, and It is certain that It
looks a little chilly for Mr. Hermann
Tho candidates for tho olllcoaroTlios.
H.Tongue, Hlllsboroi Geo, O. Brown
ell, Oregon City; Tllmon Ford, Salem;
W. II. Trultt, Dallas; A. O. Wood
cock, Etigeno; O. A. Selilbredo, Hoso
burgj H. B. Miller, Orant's Passi W.
I. Vitwtcr, Medfordj C. It, Watson
Ashland, Dinger Hermann, Hoscburg.
JHK ASTORIA DEMOCRATS.
They llveon Salmon andaro not so
peaceful of disposition as those In
Marlon, Tho Clatsop democratic
county convention mot at Astoria
Saturday and nn exciting session was
held. Seven delegates to the stato
convention wore elected, of whom six
are for free silver. It was ovidont
early In that day that tho sliver men
had captured tho convention. One
hot argument uftcr another followed
In quick succession, after tho com
mittee on credentials had rcjiortcd,
until personalities began to bo in
dulged in. Toward tho close of tho
convention Alex Sutton (sound money)
and Thomas Dealy (free silver) got In
to a hot argument ovor a personal
matter. Fur How aud blows were ex
changed, though they wore separated
before any damage was done.
.Math. Hermans recently arrived hi
Verboots,- Oregon, from Wisconsin,
will rcsldo near cciitervlllo.
Edwin M. Tatum died Saturday at.
the home of his daughter, Mrs. M. T,
Hose, of Eugene, aged 91 years.
Aji Oregon City man wns recency
mistaken for Francis Schlatter, tho
healer, while enrouto eait and was
iwsleged by people desiring to lw
The store house of the dlstlllory
located lif tho Wallace place near Eu
gono, burned recently, tho fire pre
sumably being Of lncondlary origin.
There were nlKiiit CO!) gnllonn of bfnndy
In tho building ut the time.
State Horticultural Commissioner
Charles L. Dalley mado a trip to tho
numerous prune orchards down tho
river today for tho purposo of ascer
taining tho extent of tho damage
dono fruit by tho recent sovero frosts.
The snag Iwat Corvallls Bunk In 10
feet or water near Mock's slough
Thurbday, and tho water Is running
over her docks. The nccldont was
caused by breaking an eccontrlc rod,
rendering her liolplev.i, when si o
drifted and ran onto n log.
Mr. and Mm. Levi n.ivln of Wilholt
recently celebrated their SOSh wed
ding anniversary. They havo 23
grandchildren and eight great great
grandchildren living. Mr. and Mrs.
Davis camo to Oregon In 18.:iand
settled In Milwaukee.
In ilxlng the pay of the assessor or
Yamhill county at 910O0 his salary
was not raised, as many supposed.
Tho assessor is entitled to 93 por day
ror his services, or about $000 por year
The court has simply limited thoex
penso of deputy hero to $000, as tho
law mnkes no provision for such.
A lodgo of tho now ordor, "Patriots
of Amorlco," was recently organized
at Hlllsbord with 15 charter members.
Tho name adopted was Hlllsboro
Lodgo No. 1, Patriots or America, and
It Is tho first of the order Instituted
In tho state. The order advocntce the
free and unlimited colnago of silver at
a ratio of 10 to 1, and Is organized to
promote that Idea." " " " '
The Veniwla PrepeMte.
London, March 10. The under
secretary of stato for foreign affairs,
Gcorgo L. Curson, In tho houso of
commons today, admitted that tho
government hud received onlclal pro
posals from the United States relatho
to tho Venezuelan dispute, and that
that thoy wore now under considera
tion. But It was not correct to de
scribe thorn ns expression on tho part
of tho United States or willingness to
accept tho proposed scliomo ror a Joint
commission to report on the Venezu
elan boundary dispute.
A Hotel Dinned.
FohtScott, Kan.. March 10. The
Stur hotel, a largo two story frame
building burned this morning. The
flames enveloped tho building with
lighting rupldlty,tho thirty occupants
barely escaping with their lives.
Ten Years at Salem.
POUTI.AND, March 10. L. M.
Hocnoch was today sentenced to ten
yours Imprisonment for grand larceny.
Tacoma, March 10. Tho Republi
cans this afternoon renominated E.
S. Orr for Mayor.
Deafness Cannot be Cured,
by local applications, as they cannot
reacli tho diseased portions of the car.
There Is only ono way to euro deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness J caused by an
Inflamed condition or tho mucous
lining of tho Eustachian tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and when It Is entirely cloied deaf
ness Is tho result, and unless the In
flammation can bo taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ton are caused by
catarrh, which Is nothing but an in
flamed condition of tho mucous sur
face Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars
ror any case or deaf new (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Scud for cir
culars, frco. , ,
F.J. Chknnkv &Co., Toledo O
sTSold by Druggists, 75 cents.
Highwt of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
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