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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,
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SAL,KM.OKKONr.ATinaAY APBIIi II, 181X5.
!? Neu) York Racket
Has just received from Now York n
large lot. of line
Fedora A Hats
- of latest style
Also laces. embrolderlcs,lace curtains,
ladles' shirt waists, corsets, gents'
laundridd nnd unlaundrled white
shirts, and launbrled percale and all
kind of work shirts, suspenders, hew
lery.and a tine lot of ladles' and gents'
summer underwear. All kinds of
notions. All sold at racket prices.
OUIt LINK OF
Tor men. Iwys and youths Is llnc,whllo
our stock or the "Star 5 Star" shoes
Is u n surpassed, and all reduced to the
lowest profits. Tall and save a large
. &' s -
iNo Trouble to Show You Through and Give Prices. 2C
dware, Tinware, Barbed Wire
Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machinery at
ic our large and complete stock. Always prompt and
of the Willamette university.
INDER NEW MANAGEMENT.-
..t,.i. TTr..nai Knmi m In the eastern and fcuroncan uonservaiones
Lbut the best is rood enough for beginners oh well as for more advanced pupils,
I' uw V, C. HAWLEV. President
h K. A. lUCRUAUK, vocai uirecior
S. iMtrr i tui-KTirf vn IntimmnnMl riirplnr
J'.ilUU 1. 1IU1HI.UH, ...... W...V-..-. .. ......
0. Q. SCHRAMM
iodaIe UmW Company
ird on Twelfth, and Trade StreetsS
Keep the most complete stock of common, dimension and finished lumber
nd and 6ell on the most favorable terms. Lath and Shingles
)ur stock Is made at our own mills, of tho best lumber in the state.
C. O. SCHRAMM,
he Willamette Hotel.
Republicans Complete Their
A DEMOCRATIC TICKET,
Campaign Will Nov.'
LEADING HOtEL OK THE CITY.
.... . t....i i... .jl lr all mitille tiulliltncs
-Reduced rates. Management uoerai. juccuig . "-' """-."
I points of interest. SpccUl rates win De given w i;.uuu... r-. .
A.. I. WAGNER
)XCELSIOR - STABLE-
E5. C. HANSEN, MANAGE?.
lhomslud.3tUfactloaUrnteed. StabL back estate Innrwct) block
Portland, April 11. Tho eonveu-
tlon Instructed for William Mrlvlnlcy
for president and elected the follow
ing delegates nt large to tho national
convention at St. Leuis: .1. W. Mel
drum, of Clackamas county; evena-
tor Chas. Hilton, of WVco ceunty:
R. A. liooth, of Josephine county;
Chas. II. Dodd.'of Multuoinnh county.
The follow I tig were chosen asnltot-
natcs to tho national convcntleii:
Geo. A. Steel, of Multnomah; M, 0.
Harrison, of Multnomah; J. M. Vnn-
diiyne, of Polk; Max Pracht, of Jackson.
The committee on platform made
two reports, Sol nirsch presenting
the majority report, which Is practic
ally the Ohio platform on finance,
while Cluuriltutcli prcsen.ed n minor
ity report favoring a gold standard
unequivocally. Tho minority report
of Mr. Gatch was rejected by n vote
of 103 to 120 and the majority teport
wns then adopted.
The following wcro chosen presi
dential electers: T.T. Geer, of Marlon
county, S. M. Yoran, Lane county;
E. L. Smith, of Wasco county; John
F. Caplcs, Multnomah county.
Tho present chief Jtifltlcc.R.S. Hcan,
was nominated for tho supremo Judge
ship by ncclamntlon.
E. P. McCornack was chosen as tho
Marlon county member of tho state
central committee and It wns sup
posed he would be elected chairman
of tho commlttco; but when tho com
mittee organized tho voto Bloed: Sol
Hlrsch 16, McCornack 13.
THE DI8TKI0T NOMINEES. "
The following additional district.
nominations wcro made by the several
First Judicial district, comprising
Jackson, Josephine, Klamath and
Lake countles-Gco. W. Colvlg, of
Josophlno, for district attorney; Joint
senator from Klamath, Crook and
Lake counties, Captain O. C Apple
gate, of Klamath. Joint representa
tive Virgil Conn.
Tho fifth Judicial district, compris
ing Clatsop, Columbia, "Washington
and Clackamas counties, named T. J.
Clecton as district attornoy; W. N.
Barrett being a contestant, tho vote
Btandlng 10 to 10.
Tho sixth Judicial district, Umatilla
and Morrow counties, named II. J.
Bean as district attorney; Stophen A.
Lowell, district Judgo for Umatilla
and Morrow, und T.O. Taylor as Joint
senator for Umatilla and Union coun
ties. Chas Johnson board of equalization.
Ninth district Chas. W, Parrlsh,
district attorney; J. II. Holland, mem
ber board of equallzaton.
Joint representative, Coos and Curry
Joint senator, Coos, Curry and Jose
phine E. W. Guptll.
Joint representative, Grantand Har
ney E. Hall.
Joint representative, Benton and
Lincoln E. R. Lake.
Joint senator, Washington, Tilla
mook, and Columbia Geo. W. Patter
son. Joint representative, Tillamook and
Yamhill "W. L. Brooks.
Seventh Judicial district, consisting
of Wasco, Gilliam, Sherman and
Crook counties, neminated: District
attorney, A. A. Jaynes; Joint senator,
Sherman and Wasco counties, John
Mitchell, -of WnstfdKttlnt senator,
Sherman, Wnco nnd Gilliam, W. H.
Moore, or ShcrmanJotnt representa
tives, Sherman and .Wasco counties,
P." X.Jones and S. R.' Huntington,
both of AVnsco.
Eighth Judicial district, Baker,
Wallowa and Union ceunties: Dis
trict attornoy, J. W. Knowlcs, of La
Grande; district Judge, It. Eakln, of
Union; Joint senator, Unlbn and Wal
lowa counties. P. D. McCully, W. T.
Wright, buird or equalization.
Tim Simon niidantl-Slnron delegates
settled their1 differences iy dividing
tho district nominations.! Alfred P.
Sears, a Simon man was' nominated
ror circuit Judgo; C. P. LoM and D.P.
Thompson, antl-Slmon men, were
nominated Tor district attorney and
membor of the board or equalization
Poktland, April 10. .The Demo
cratic state convention resumed Its
deliberations this morning.
Tho following Judical district nom
natinns were ratified:
First district attorney S. S.
Pre ntx. J
Second district atttorncy J. M.
Third district uttoruey-S. L.
Fourth clrcul t Judgo G. 15. Chum
borlaln; district nttorncy,M. L. Pipes.
Fifth district attorney, J. E.
Slxth-ludgo, T. .1. Jiauey; attor
.', (1. w.
Joint senator, union
and Umatilla. J. II. Raley.
Sovcnth district attorney J. II.
Eighth-Judge, T. H. Crawford;
district attornoy, S. White; board of
equalization, A. C. Craig.
These wore choscu as alternates to
tho national conventien: B. Galthcr
George 0. Stout, of Multnomah; P. S.
Harding, of Yamhill; P. N. Dorby, or
Marlon; Pierce Itlggs, or Polk; G. W.
Smith, of Klamath; J. W. Morrow, or
Miirmw; T. II. Crnwford. of Union.
The First district committee was
organized by electing P. Ttf. Dorby, of
Salem, chairman and W. II. Downing
or Salem, secretary.
Resolved, That we favor
1 i-ft " ;
tlie uw of
Single Gojd Standard
A PROTECTION PLATFORM
And- Gold and Silver as Standard
THE STATE PLATFORM.
The Republicans or Oregon have
put up n sound platform on the pro
tective tariff question, and a sound
platform on tho money question, and
on every other question.
The convention wlsoly repudiated
all attempts to commit the party to
sliver or gold monometallism. It en
dorsed tho bimetallic sound money
prlnclplo, tho platform of 1802. That
Is a good platform for all Republicans
to stand upon until tho national plat
form of 1800 Is constructed aftor tho
YOUNQ DRAKE DISCHARGED.
Not a Particle of Evidence Against the
Upon motion of District Attornoy
A. O. Condlt, the case of the State vs.
Emory Drake, charged with taking
$23.G0, was dismissed this morning by
Mr. Condlt did not think tho ovl
denco for the prosecution was suf
ficient to Justify tho state in bringing
the caso to trial.
The young man accused of taking
money from his fellow-students at
Willamette university Is a son of C.
W. Drako of SUverton, a highly
respected citizen of this stato for over
40 years. Filing tho Information
ngalnst young Drake was a plcco of
splto work, growing out of bad feeling
among tno uoys, ami u i nau ihxii
fully Investigated by tho faculty,
would never have gotten Into court.
It was a grave mlstako to over let tho
caso get into court, as there was not a
particle of evidence to found tho
charge upon. J. A. Carson appeared
.for young Drako, as far as any appear
anco was necessary.
Children Cry ice
Tho river registered eight feet
above low water mark this morning.
Steamer Elmore left for Portland
at 7 o'clock this morning with usual
load of freight and good passenger
Steamer Roraona left for Portland
at7:a. " with her usual large
It Is reported along tho river front
that tho Steamer Hoag, now tied up
at Corvallls, will soon be put on the
river by the 0. 0. & b. company, in
opposition to tho Elmore.
Children Cry for
Following Is tho report In full or
the commlttco on platform, In tho
Republican stato convention of Ore
gon, which was adopted and Is tho
The representatives of the Republican of
the Mate of Oieon In convention assembled,
call attention to the condition ot Industry
throughout the country, as n proof of the
necessity of returning to the policy of Ihe Ke
publican party under which there was general
prosperity durlnc thirty year.
Wo reaffirm the principles of the Republi
can national platform ol 189J, and thil
Iheretuh thnthave followed the ihange de
creed by the election of that year hac junil
fled our protest against the national policy
adopted by the Democratic party.
Wc believe thnt Ihe government nhoultl
have an ample rtvenuc, with a suffickiit ur
plus over ordinary expenditures to provide for
coast defences, fr the steady building up of
the navy, and for the constant reduction if
the public debt. We believe that the present
tarliT, with Its lowered rates and its destruo.
live and dishonest system of undervaluations
and discriminations as to localities, should be
replaced by one framed on protective princi
ples similar to that of the McKlnley bill and
arranged to give amplo protection to Ameri
can wages and American Industry, and to re
stora the reciprocity policy of James G.
Wc have always given protection to our
shipbuilders. In late years we Imvo neglected
tcnroiect our shinowncrs. V believe tho
time h is come to revtore to the policy of
wakulngton and Hamilton, which, uy im
crimlnatinc duties in favor of American bot
toms, secureu oo per cent 01 our.carmng
trade to American ships, and which, If now
restored, would again revive our shipping and
cause American freights to be paid to Ameri
cans. The American people, from tradition and
Interest, favor blmetalism, and the Republi
can party demands the uso of both gold and
silver as standsnl money'witu such restrict
ions and under such provisions to be determ
ined by legislation, as will secure the main,
tcnance of the parity of values of the two
metals, so that the purchasing and debt-pay.
lug power of the dollar, whether of silver,
gold or paper, shall be at all times equal.
The Interest of the producers of the country
its farmers and its worklngrncn demand
that every dollar, paper r coin, Issued by
the government shall be as good as any other
Resolved, That we earnestly endorse the
proposed amendment to the constitution of
the United States, providing for the election
of United States senators by popular vote,
recently reported from the committee on
privileges and elections by Senator Mitchell
arid now pending consideration In the United
Resolved, That tho application of the Ore
gon delegation in congress to the president of
the United States and now pcndhig before
him. praying a modification of his procU
matlon creatine the Cascade forest reserve. Is
hereby earnestly approved, and we appeal to
the president to grant the prayer of our dele
gation In congress,
We realise the Importance and magnitude
of the Ashing Industry on the Columbia river
and would recommend that some provisions
be made for a state hatchery for artllicial
propagation, and that the laws regulating the
closed season be rigidly enforced,
That we endorse the efforts of our repre
sentatives In congress to secure repayment to
the settlers of Oregon of the excess of $1.25
per acre wrongfully collected by the govern
menton lands located in the limits of the
unearned Northern Pacific railroad land grtnt
The construction of the Nicaragua canal is
of the highest importance tuthe American
people, both as a measure of national defense
and t build up and maintain American com
merce. Ills moreover of special Importance
to our Pacific states and we demand its
completion as spcedly as possible by the
government of the United States.
We hereby endorse the action of our sena.
tors and representatives in congress in their
endeavor to secure grants of pensions to
Indian war veltraai.
We pledge the Kepubilcani party to a rigid
economy In the expenditure ol puuuc mone;
to the reductiouoi excessive salaries: and
abolishment of the fee system whenever
possible, and of all useless commissions; and
belieye that no appropriation should be made
to any school or charitable Institution not
under the control of the state; and oppose the
incorporation Into the general approprtttlon
bill of items for the expenditure of public
money not authorised by law.
We demand the enactment of rigid restrict
ions on foreign imrnlgratlon.both for protection
of our country against Illiterate and vicious
classes from foreign lands and for protection
of our labor and preservation to our own
people of the remainder of our national
We commend the policy of the Republican
party in relation to Internal Improve.
ments, and In particular in opening our
waterways to commerce, and we denounce the
llliberality of Democratic party in these im
ports nt matters.
T, E. Fell, Sou Hirscu,
Secretary, IVU Ju. Cbalrruan.
Following is the minority report, widen
was defeated by a vote of los to 1291
We, a minority of your com-snttee on plat
form save and except the section on finance,
for which we submit the following m aub.
u l..lrfl&d.1 I dtlftuttft 1 aIah nt . fc 1st trtli.
t MV mailllHllicil 111 V1IHU..IIUII ui (laiu 111 int.
cnnsinj anil ucui pnjing iunci, inn c om
' earnestly opposed 10 the free ami unlimited
j coinage ol Mlver ftt tlie rutlo of 16 to t for the
it son that it would destroy such parity,
euormouily contract the volume ol currency
by forcing gold out ol circulation and Inime
diatclv place the country on a silver basis.
Relieving that the eftVcl of International
dem netltatlon of silver can be overcome
only by International remonetlxntlon of that
metal, the Republican party ol Oregon most
earnestly favor such mcaiutea as will ncconi
pIKh that purpose.
Claud Galch, Charlrs S. Moore, John
Combs, N. II. Moore, W. W. Slclwcr, Uar.
win Ilristow, W. 11. Conyers, W. V. Conna
way, A Mysterious Crime.
Dr.NVr.it, April 11. Alexander 0.
Millar, returning to his homo on the
Warner ranch, twolve miles east of
Denver, this morning, found Stephen,
aged 12, dead, and his wife, tho boy's
mother, unconscious and bleeding
from stab wounds.
A Terrible Explosion. ,
I)KNvr.K A special to tho Times
from llutto, Mont'., says: "An explo
sion of a hundred pounds of giant
powder In tho 1100 foot level or tho
StLawrenco initio killed six men, all
unmarried. As there wcro no persons
In tho part or the mine where tho ex
plosion occurred tho cause unknown.
Owing .to tho rail or debris tho bodies
cannot bo reached till night.
Another largo Columbia rl ver raft
or logs will ho tied onco more, bound
for San Francisco.
Montana cattle men .tiro stocking
up with one and two year olds from
Oregon and many have been bought
In Sherman county.
The bain of G. W. Nash, or Rose
burg, was bururd to tho ground.
There were about f tons or hay, a lot
or grain and other valuables In tho
Th steam whalor Orea, which sailed
ror the Artlo ocean rccontly, will post
notices In Alaska, Siberia and Urltlsh
Columbia Informing tho natives or
tho coming or Proressor Andrco, who
Is In search or tho north polo.
Preparation Being Made by the Com
mtitesn nnd Sub-CommlUces.
Tho committee- in charge of 'Me
morial day exercises bus taken Initia
tory stepi toward a proper observation
or Memorial day May SO Saturday
The exercises, as usual, will bo In
charge or Sedgwick Post No. 10, 0. A.
R., assisted by tho Woman's Keller
Corps mid Sons of Veterans.
The commlttco of arrangements is
composed of D. W. Mntthows, A. F.
McAtco, ."Joshua Smith and II.
On illuUiees-Geo. W. Davis, James
Ualcliclor, Frederick LockleySr.
On hall and decorations D.C. Sher
man, F. 11. Sotithwlclc, E. K. Hull,
Dr. T. C. Smith, A. W. Drager.
On Mowers and decoration of graves
James Ilatcholor, "VY. II. Simpson,
II. 35. Wands, .T. L. Capllnger, James
On Hpenkortv--T. M. Kerby, Dr. 1).
F. Lane, Dr. II. H. Hradshaw.
On music Thomas Reynolds, Robt.
Grossatt, J. Q. llarncs.
Tho day will bo observed with in
creasing Interest as the years roll on.
Tho peoplo will turn out on Memorial
day tills year us never berore. Patriot
ism and rovcrenco ror the men of
18G0-T) Is not dead.
O. C. & K. R. R.
Corvallls--to- Portland In One Day.
Beginning Wednesday, April 1, tho
now steamer "Albany," elegantly fur
nished, Including now piano, will run
botween Corvallls and Portland on
tho following schedule:
Down river: Mondays, Wednesdays
and li'rldays, Leavo CorvalllB, 7:00
a, 111.; leavo Albany, 6:10 a. 111.; leavo
lhiena Vista, 0:15 a. m.; leave Inde
pendence, 10:20 a. m.; leavo Salem,
11:30 n. 111.5 leave 1 Newberg, - p. m.;
arrive Portland, 0:.'I0 p. m.
Up river: Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays. Leavo Portland, 0
a. in.; leave Newberg,s 10:110 a. m.
leavo Salem, 11:30 p. 111,5 leavo Indo
ponco, fi; p. 111.; leave Rucna -Vista,
7:30 p. m.; leavo Albany, 0:20 p. 111.5
arrlvo Corvallls, 11 20 p. in.
The above schedule means no mora
lay-overs at Salem. Fastest tlmu and
a delightful trip, Portland dock,
foot of Taylor street.
Edwin Stone, Manager,
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW
Services will bo held by tho pastor
at usual hours. - -
Sunday school at 10; preaching at
11 a. 111. and 8 p. in.
Services nt 10:30 a. m., in State In
nurnnco hall. All welcome
Regular morning and evening ser
vices tomorrow by tho pastor.
Services nt 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
at their hall corner Liberty nnd Court
Services at 10:30 a. 111. and7:30 p. m.
Sunday school tit 12. Y. 1 S. C. H
at 0:30 p. in.
K1R&T PKE811YTETIAN. 1
Regular services nt tho usual hours,
conducted by Rev. W. T. Wardlo of
FIRST UNITED EVANaEMOAL.
Preaching at 10:30 and 7:30. Sunday
school at 12. K. L. C. Endeavor at
0:30 p. in.
Preaching and Endeavor society
sorvlces at regular hours. Revival
sorvlccs begin today, continuing un
til further notice.
There will bo regular church and
Endeavor socloty services tomorrow
at tho usual hours, l'rcachlng by the
LESLIE M. E.
Thcro will bo no services at Leslie
M. 35. church Sunday; tho congrega
tion will oln tho Epworth Leaguo
convent Ion at FrstM. 15. church.
y, m. a A.
Tho men's meeting at 4 p. m. will bo
In charge of tho Epworth League
convention. Rev. Isaac l'eaul, of fall
vcrton will give the address. Special
vocal and Instrumental music
Tho Gazotto has no apologies to
olTor for tho support of Ringer Her
mann. Jt urged his nomination
carncBtly.bul decently and honorably,
which adJcctlycB can hardly bo ap
plied to soino of tho nowspapor fights
against him. Corvallls Gazcttu.
Notice to Water Consumers.
Plcnt.0 notice change In tho advor
tlKcinent of tho Salem Water Co. pub
lished lit these columns.
Notice to Stockholders.
Tho Salem Hulldlnir fi Loan Asso
ciation now has its oillco In tho Stato
Insurance building, ground lloor.
P. II. Stuoat, Secretary.
FudouaHi Tiictto nro tho most
fUHhloniiblo hats, and Johnson & Son
are selling them from 11.25 nil only
about hair price. -l-8-tf
Ilolvcrsou sells a 20-inch twilled
gloria umbrella, with natural handle
and silver ferulo, for $1.10, and guar
Ilolvcrsou sells a Mohalrotto at 10
cents a yard, that makes a lino under
skirt. Worklngmen's suits, first class, only
$4,75 at G. W. Johnson Ss Sons, tho
Stato street clothiers. lltf
DAVIS At the farm homo near Sa
lem, April 10. 1610, ot spasms, Zena
Davis, aged 14 months, daughter of
Frank and Mary Davis.
Tho funeral was held at Rural cem
etery at 2 p. m. today, Rov. J. Bowor
ROBERTS. At tho homo noar Fruit
land, Friday April 10, 1800, tho ton
month Infant of Mr. and Mrs. II, E.
Tho parents hnvojtist located In
Oregon, their former homo being
North River, Wn. Funeral services
will bo held at tho homo, Sunday
afternoon, burial In Leo Mission cem
etery. FROMBS At tho Salem hospital,
Saturday, April 11, I8D0Chr!stopiir
Frombs, aged 40 years, of consump
tion. DTho funeral will take place at 3 p.
m Sunday, at his lato residence oa
Cottage street, Rov. Havgeus ottlclat
latlng. Intcrrmont at I. O, O. .
cemetery. Friends Invited.
m in '
Results Tell th Story
A vast mass of direct, unlrapeachabU testl.
mo ny proves beyond any possibility oldwW
(hat Hood's Sarsapatllla actually - dees per
fectly and permanently cure diseases cau
by Impure blood. Its itcord of cures is un
equalled and these cures have oftea b
accomplished after nil other prtparattew ha
Hood's Pills cure all liver Ills, UIIUmmm,
Jaundice, aide headache
Higbt of all in Lcaveaiag Power. Latest U.S. Gov't fccfwtt