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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY,
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, I83f.
:Made in Salem
Sizes 35 to 44
Sizes 13 to 19,
Ohttl ftttAi STOW,
IWAS LONG'S LIFE CUT SHORT?
A Tale of How a Man Was Shot by
His Mistress in San Franclscor
The following Is from tho Corvnllls
: Times concerning a man who once
i upon a time represented Lane county
Id tlio legislature:
"For several days a report has been
: In circulation on tho streets to tho
effect that John Long, formerly ono
of the proprietors of tho saw mill hero
had been shot by his paramour In San
Francisco. The report had its origin
from an account published lu several
of the papers of tho shooting In San
i Francisco of an Oregon man by a
: woman with whom ho vtns living, but
the description of tho parties mukes
It certain that the dead man is not
"Long, It will bo remembered, was
the man who tlgured in a shooting
scrape near tlic sawmill in this city,
with the late Max Friendly, In which
i affair Long received a bullet In tho
jaw. Last winter Long received from
the estate of his brother in the east
an Inheritance of $2,400. Three or
four months ago he sold his interest
In the mill to Ncls II. Wheeler, and n
few days later ho shook Corvnllls dust
from his feet and went to San Fran
cisco with a woman of doubtfull repu
tation, leaving a highly respected
! family nt home. Since tho departure
or the guilty pair nothing has been
heard of them, save an indirect report
that came to the saw mill people
through their San Francico corre
pondcnts. The case is ono of those
In which the fatal shooting of tho man
by his mistress is perhaps to be ex
Pcted at any time, and over which
the community would shed no bltr
Mlted tears, but in tho instance re-
Ported, tho man actually shot, the ago
was placed at 20 years, a length of life
entirely too short for lopg John
Governor Lord stateri. to n r.m1ftnt.
ot this city that Clatsop county could
wve the militia, but that tho county
would have to pay tho greater part
w me expenses. The total cxpenso is
-500 Per day, besides extra ex
pense for patrol boats and Incidentals.
"'Juageurayls familiar with tho
unanclal coniiitinn nf tt.a .nn.r.
"'I give him credit for knowing what
-vauoing. uatsop county is only
in debt tn ttm co. iolmn .
"hat will it be by the time the flsh-
b ocawn IS over? Astor a Rurls-fit.
It is nrah.ihlv in A.'ui,t i.
Louis convention that tho Chicago
wuicwion may take advnntage of
wh?810,0 fora "Reed roads" plank;
"Here planks were so plenty, too!
Your Boy Won't Live a Month.
Cn,?,llmlnDroWn-of 34 MU street,
EL . Jm!8 ,rouble f"owlnC typhoid ma.
Q nd he Dcnt $37S wth doctors, who
otftU?,Te h"? .."P.", Min! "Vourboy
fcK momh:' e Wd Df. King's
. t,u and enabled him to eo to work
wwror lane trouble. Trial bottle free at
"A. Legg' drug ttore.
Pwtor rni'. ', una " wendte,
tKSl.r5Ltr,n church. Ada l!
oacoUnI'u',Dorne. botU of
by Salem Peopled
JOURNAL "X" RAYS.
Directed Upon Persons Prominent Before
John Smith & Co. are asking who Is
Is Hobart a farmer or a corporation
And tho merry-go-round Is hero for
Street fakirs arc doing a good busi
ness iti Salem.
Thurston probably -knows who Ho
bart Is; nobody elso doe-.
The Republicans might have put up
vice-presidential candidate who needs
no Introduction to tho people.
Green U. Cornelius of Lincoln pre
cinct was In today Ho Is a Republi
can, but says he cannot swallow tho
St. Louis platform. Others nro say
ing the sime, he says.
The Oregonian hastheimmacculate
gall to claim that if Tonguo had
come out for the single gold standard
ho would have received a big majority.
Where would ho have got tho votes?
They don't exist.
Chlcc.5 June 18. Wheat, cash 56
New York, June 18. Silver, 66c; lead,
3 3 TORTLAND MARKET.
rortlanJ, June 18. Wheat valley, 51a
5JS Walla Walla, 5354.
Flour Portland, $2.85; Benton county,
2,851 graham, fz.50; supertine, sa.25 per vvi
3ec: crey, 37z8;rolleJ,
in bags, $4-255.25, barrels, 4.50(376;
Potatoes.. Oregon, 5057c per sack.
Hay.. Good, 8operton.
Wool.. Valley, 8goc; Eastern Oregon,
Mill'stuns. .Bran, l3.ooI4.oo;sliotU,$I5.
Poultry-Chickens, mixed,33.25; broil
ers !.$o3; ducks, 4S! Cees. 5;
turkeys, live, I2c; dressed, 15817c.
Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under
60 lbi 44c; sheep pelts, io7oc.
Hops. .Orecon, 3 to 3c, according to nual
liutier.,ureeon lancy creamery, no
fancy dairy, 20; fair to good, 15.
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 10.
Eggs.. Oregon, 10c per dor.
Beef. .Topsteers, 3.3-35 Pr lb; fair
to cood steers. V. 3-Sc; cows, 2li&2c,
drcused beef, iSlAc-
SAN FKANClSCli MAKNbi.
San Francisco, Tune ..18. Wheat, 1.02 yt
Wool.. Oregon, cnoice, 0(017,0, mierior 4
jc, valley, 9 10c.
Iods Quotable at 23C
Potatoes 75$ 1 per sack.
Oats Milling. 7$w.
Wheat.. 44c per bu., market firm.
Oats .20 22c.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, S$.ooS-Si timothy,
Flour,, In wholesate lots, 3.00; retail,
3.20; bran, bunc 11.00; mu, ",
shorU, 1 3.00 13.00; chop feed, 11,00
Poultry.. Spring chickens, 10c lb.
Hogs.. Dressed. 3 J.
Live Cattle.. 22.
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.
Wool.. Best, I2c.
Hop.. Best, 4Sc
Eggs.. Cash. 9c.
Butter.. Best dairy, 8c; fancy creamery
Farm Smoked Meats nBacoi, 7c;
90; shoulders, 5cJ
Children Cry fo;
TELLER Kl DEMAND,
Gold Republicans Condemn
BUT THE WEST IS LOYAL
Blmetallists Working for a Union
of Silver Forces,
TELLER AND DEMOCRACY
Populists Will Endorse the Colorado
St. Louis, June20. When Senator
Teller was asken about the move
ment to place htm In the field as an
Independent candidate for rjie presi
dency, lie declined to discuss It or to
ay whether he would acceptor decline
"It Is," he said "a movement with
which I have had nothing to do, and
which I lnivo not encouraged. I do
not therefore feel called upon to dis
cuss it and shall not do so at the pres
Tho senator received over a hun
dred telegrams during the afternoon.
Most of them were from "Western
states, but there were some from
Pennsylvania and two or three from
Kow York and Now England states, n
largo majority of them Indorsing tho
course taken, but some condemned it.
Ono message from Ohio said:
"I do not regard you as a represen
tative Republican." c3
Upon reading this aloud to his
friends tho senator remarked:
"I agree with him, but 1 don't sco
why ho should go to tho expense of a
telegram to tell mo what J already
Mr. Teller will spend several days
with his mother In tho northern part
of Illinois before proceeding to his
DEMOCRATS FOIt TKLLGK.
Dhnveu, Col., Juno 20. Charles S.
Thomas, ono of tho Colorado members
of tho Democratic natlonalcommlttce
said at a meeting of citizens to ar
range for n reception toScnator Teller
"I am a Democrat; as It looks now
I am to remain one, but I would like
to see Sonator Teller go back to the
senate by the unanimous vote of every
elector and every member of tho legis
lature. Anything less would be base
Leadville, Colo., Juno 20. Tho
Herald-Democrat (Republican) heart
ily indorses tho nctlon of Senator
Teller and tho other delegates who
boletd tho convention. It nlso re
pudiates tho nomination ofMcKlnley
aud calls upon Republicans to support
tho Democratic nominee If he bo a
frce-colnago man, and if not, then to
support tho nominee of tho silver
party at tho St. Louis convention of j
Chicago, June 20. A. M. .Campbell,
of Idaho, one of tho men who followed
Senator Teller's standard, Is at tho
Auditorium. Ho said ho could not
have-done otherwise with Justice to
himself and constituency, and pre
dicted a popular revolt against tho
gold plank In the "West and South,
INTEBEST IN MEXICO.
Citv op Mexico, Juno 20. News of
MoKlnley's nomination and the silver
bolt created great Interest here.
Interest here, while strong for slver,
Is also 'apprehensive of tho United J
States going on the silver baMs, and ,
that would Insure ruin to Mexico's
growing manufacturing industries.
Mexico fears her prcsentjprosporlty
would bo Imperiled by tno cpmpcuuon
from the United States, were It on the
St. Louis, Juno 20.-Seuators Du
bols and Teller had 11 long cunversa
tion at St. Nicholas hotel today, but
neither would 'Bay what his purpose
was. This was tho only now develop
ment In the silver situation. In dis
cussing tho general situation, how
ever, Dubois said:
Tho Democrats now hnvo an oppor
tunity to redeem tho pledges which
they have been making the' people so
many years. Wo offer them Teller In
the utmost good faith. 'The4 light for
currency reform cannot boj won this
year with anybody else. The suth
will support Teller and thord we have
12.ri votes. Ho saved tno south from
tho horoors of tho forco bfil. With
him as a leader, it combination of tho
south and west could be brought about
that would bo a controlling fnlHiuiice
In national affairs for half a century.
The Interests of tho two sections are
Identical, and the people In tllom nro
ready for unlllcatlon. It would sweep
into the Demcoratlc party new blood
and new energy, and guarantee con
trol by that patty of all states! In tho
west that mako Republican iuprcm
acy possible. They cannot be: gained
any other way." f
POPULISTS VOU TKLLElt.
St. Louis, Juno 20. Tho xontrol
ling spirits of tho Peoples parly have
prepared an address to. their followers
throughout tho country, jjxlvlslng
them to mako Henry N. Teller, tho
national standard bearer. Uwo ad
dress will bo given out for publica
tion late this evening. jj
TELLER- IS SILENT.
St. Louis, Mo., Juno 20. Teller
will not say he will not accept cither
tho Democratic or Populist jjbmlna'
THE SILVER MOVEMENT.
Matters Being Shaped Up for Union
St. Louis, Juno 20. Tho silver
men continued In conference yester
day and report that they havo tho
signatures of 20 delegates to their
declaration of Independence, which
sots forth their principles and recom
mends that all parties and organiza
tions opposed to the gold standard
unite in supporting Teller for presi
dent. There is a strong effort bolngmado
to get tho delegates who did not with
draw from tho convention to sign
this nppcal to tho people. Thcro have
been conferences with representatives
of tho Populist and of the bimetallic
league to get them to Indorse Teller
and have such a strong fusion against
the gold standard as to Induce tho
Democratic national convention to
nlso Indorse Teller.
Tho silver bolters havo been con
ferring during night und day with ex
Governor Francis and members of tho
Democratic national committee rela
tlvo to their action. They havo no
assuranco from tho Democratic man
agers, but havo been invueu 10 senu
representatives to tho Democratic
notional convention at Chicago next
month to conrer wiiu 1110 party,
Tho silver men say they are willing
to co-operate wherever they can con
sistently do so, to defeat tho gold
standard, and aro not seeking to press
Teller so much as they aro to secure
relief from tho power of the gold men.
The sliver men will continue In con
ference, and kcop up tho work till all
tho national conventions linve been
held with a view to perfecting a gen
eral fusion. Tho silver conferees
claim they have not yet more than
half the Jlgnatures that were prom
ised. There Is a difference of opinion
among tho silver delegates, some or
whom denounce tho gold standard,
but aro not In favor of nn Indepcnd.
Needs Militia .
Portland, June 20,-Coloncl Jack
son, U. S. A. who accompanied the
First regiment to Astofla Tuesday
morning, returned to the city yester
day, leaving for Astoria again last
night. Colonel Jackson reports
every thins nulct at Astoria, but says
the situation has by no means lost Its j
seriousness, i.ne miimn are pa inn
ing the city and river," said he, "and
as long as they are prcsent.everytlilng
will be quiet; but should tfiey bo
withdrawn, there would bo trouble
for the non-union fishermen who are
doing the fishing at present.
What Is Being Done About
PLAN OF THE CAMPAIGN,
Silver Men Are Getting Together
for a Fight.
St. Louis, June 20. The national
committee of tho Republican College
League, held Its meeting hero, to ar
range for the campaign. It has been
decided that tho work, during tho ap
proaching campaign, is to bo limited
to explaining from the stump tho fal
lacy of the free silver doctrine. A
branch department will bo'establlshcd
In each state. The headquarters will
probably be at Chicago.
at m'kinleys homij
Canton, Ohio, Juno 20. Farly this
morning tho mall at Governor Mc
Kl nicy's homo brought In Hacks of
congratulatory lettore, before tho How
of telegraphic messago had subsided
In tho least. Ono of tho very ilrst
which reached tho governor's hands
was an autograph letter from ox
President Ilnrrlson which read:
'My Dear Governor; I beg to ex
tend my hearty congratulations upon
your nomination, and express my
confidence that tho pcoplo will, in
November, ratify the work of tho St.
San Francisco, Juno 20. A dis
patch was received from Colonel
"Stone, at St. Louis, in which ho states
that ho had talked with Markllunna,
MoKlnley's manager, aud that a trip
to tho Pacific, coast, In October, by
Governor McKinley, was among tho
possibilities. Both tho Republican
and Democratic nominees for presi
dent will bo Invited to attend the car
nival to bo hold lu San Francisco in
Rei'Uhmoan Neb., Juno 20. A ter
rible wind storm which passed ovor
this section last night did much dam-
ago and resulted In souio loss of life.
Tho resldcnco or S. P. Duncan was do
stroyed. Mrs. Duncan was killed In
stantly. Mr. Duncan, two Bona and
daughter were badly hurtund may dlo,
Mason City, In., Juno 20. The
heaviest rain In eighteen years, fell
horo last night, to tho dopth of over
four Inches. It was accompanied by
hall and wind, and tho crops for a
dlstanco of twelve miles long, and
two miles .wldo were destroyed.
Young Beecher Acquitted.
New York, Juno 20. Tho Jury In
thocusoof Henry Ucechcr, charged
with forging tho name of F, S. Uond,
vice-president of tho Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railroad Company,
returned a verdict of not guilty. Mr.
liccclier Is a bon of the late Henry
Ward Needier, and u member of tho
brokerage firm of needier, Schneck
Boies Is Bllent,
Chiuaqo, Juno 10. Ex-Governor
Horace Roles, of Iown, has arrived
at Chicago und registered at tho
Palmer House. Ho refused to discuss
tho ik)1 it leal situation. Ho said ho
had read in the morning papers of
Colonel Morrison's refusal to run on
the Democratic silver platform, but
declined to say whether that fact had
any material boarlng upon his own
Two carloads of strawberries were
shirped from Hood River Tuesduy
night. This is the heart of the sea
sons, Tuesday night's shipment being
the largest. From tho way tno river
is rising, they may not be able to ship
to eastern markets more than a day
or two longer, as the water at tho
present rate It is rising will soon be
over a portion of tho track. '
Grasshoppers are Very tutmeoits at
Tygh rldgo and aro doing some
damago to eroin.
11. T. Conroyi a brnkomtitii fell
from n work train near Arlington and
received injuries from which he died.
A. E. Withers, tho government en
gineer, is at Tillamook -for the pur
poso of completing tho light house
,Tho ladles of the- Presbyterian
church of Independence, will hold
their third annual Hoso fair, on Juuu
25 and 2u.
The body of Fiank Larson was.
found In a small creek near Stella
Monday, it Is supposed ho foil in it
lit while crossing the Htionm.
O. M. Harris druggist of D.vyton.
was sandbagged while going from his
place of business to his homo. Ho has
offered $2T for their conviction.
Sheridan will bo connected by tele
graph, with tho Union O. T. line at
Amity or McMlnnville, lu about two
weeks. Ralston Is also to go on.
Another Oregon pioneer passed
away at Eugene, this week, at tho ago
of 70. Mrs. Louise Ilnuchctt. Sho
crossed tho plains In 1842.
The ladles of Gorvnls aro managing
tho Fourth of July aud a grand good
celebration will bo tho result. It Is
leap year and tho ladles havo taken
Mr. and Mrs. John Wright, pioneers
of this state, celebrated their fiftieth
wedding aulvcrsary at Roseburg.
Their entire family or seven children,
tho yougest 27 years old, was present.
Tho Hnmmcrsloy mine was sold last
Monday for $2,800 at sheriff's salo to
Jones & Otten, or Woodvlllo. Attach
ments and labors lions to the amount
of $11,000 had piled upon the property,
Mrs. Frank Nlmshlck died at
Marlon, Linn county, Monday night,
after a short illness, from the effects
or childbirth. Sho was 1(1 years old
aud had been married about ono year:
Tho six-year-old son of Mrs. Shi vely
was drowned In a pool of wator at
Judsou's brick yard Just outsldo of
Ashland. The boy was playing on a
raft and fell (11 und drowned. Tho
body was recovered but too late for
Mrs. O. Hendricks, of Carlton, last
week while riding on a wheel fell and
lu the fall a corset steel broko aud
entered her thigh and severed ono of
the main uirtorlcs. Sho was dis
covered by friends In tlmo to savo her
A matter that Is exciting consldc
able Interest up tho Santlam Is a
project tq liavo all of the section of
country In Marlon county west of tho
llttlo north fork of tho Santlam cut
off from that county and put In Linn
county, says the Albany Democrat.
Tho A. P. A. council at Tillamook,
Is lu trouble. Its president and ono
of tho prominent members, aro to bo
tried for unbrotlicrly conduct. Tho
charge is writing and circulating a
falso and malicious circular, during
Tho city election In Tho Dalles
Monday, resulted In the election of
Frank Mcnefco to succeed himself as
mayor. Harry dough, Henry Kuck
aud Champlln; water commissioners,
T. J. Scufcrt, M. Randall aud Joseph
At Reaver Hill lust week, Hugh Mc
Lean, while under tho lnfluonco of
liquor pulled a revolver and shot nt
his pal. The ball missed Its mark and
struck Ed. Taylor (colored.) Tho ball
passed clear through Taylor's body.
Taylor Is In a critical condition and It
Is thought cannot live.
John Rroslo. aged 8 years, of St.
Joseph, Mo., died at tho homo of his
sou, lu Happy Valley, seven miles
from Roseburg. Mr. Rroslo reached
there Sunday to mako a surprise visit
to his son. Ho came the entire dis
tance alone, and on arriving at his
son's farm, aud before seeing them,
wus struck totally blind Ho left a
widow and other relatives In St.
Uucklen's Arnica Salvo
The bet Halve In the world for Cud,
Sorei, Hotel, Ulceri, Salt Kheuin. l'ever
and all Tetter. Chapped handi, Cliilblalnn,
Urulses, Skin Eruptions, and positively curei
Pile or no pay required. It it guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded,
IVlco 25 cent! a box. For tale by Fred A,
Highest of all in Leavening Powrv
MILITIA CALLED OUT
To Protect 'Jas. Dlxon From
HE KILLED CHAS, RICE.
The Indignant Mob Wouldn't Faco
. . . 1.
Rohkiiuru, Or., Juno 20. John
Dlxon, brother or James Dlxon, who
shot Charles Rice last Sunday, near
Hlakesley'8, rodo hurriedly Into Rose
burg last evening, Informing tho
authorities that a largo mob was
organized near the sceno of tho shoot
ing to lynch James, confined in tno
county Jail. Tonight, tho authorities
aro preparing to defend Dlxon.
Robeiiuroi Or. Juno 20. Upon tho
request of tho mayor, Governor Lord
ordered out tho mltltla hero last
night to protect tho prisoner, James
Dixon, who shot, and killed Chas.
Rice, from mob violence. It had tho
desired effect, tho mob hearing that
tho Jail was well guarded did not
como. This mornlngShcrllT Cnthcart
took the prisoner to Eugene for safe
keeping on tho north bound overland.
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
Dopartmout No. 1 of Marlon circuit
court with Geo. II. Burnett as Judge,
will probably tako an adjournment
this evening until Friday, July 3d,
Dockot ontrlos today wcre:
Sarah T. Learned vs. John Knight.
Plaintiff's motion for now trial over
ruled. Judgment for defendant on
verdict. Holmes & Kellogg attor
neys for plaintiff; Cnrson & Fleming
R. L. Sabln vs. J. A, Van Eaton, do
fault and Judgment. Geo. G. Ring
ham appeared for plaintiff.
Loughmlllor vs. Loughmtlicr, Judge
ment on verdict.
Tun Whitehead Leotukk. Thla
forenoon at tho fair grounds Hon.
Mortlmor Whitehead national lect
urer of tho Grange, spoko to a small
audience, nnd was Induced to como to
tho city nnd speak at tho armory this
afternoon, where ho wab greeted by a
good crowd considering tho short
uotlco given. Ho spoko on "Organi
zation of tho Farmers," aud pleased
his hearers with a rational and ontor
talnlngtalk. ' -
Two vagrants wore arrested last
night, by Flro Chief Ilutton, and
woro arraigned before Recorder Xdcs
this morning, charged with larceny
from a dwelling. Roth plead guilty,
and wcro sentenced to sixty days each,
In tho county Jail.
Call for Warrants.
OiiYiCK, Marion County, j
Notlco Is hereby given that I have
funds on hand to pay all warrants Is
sued, up to Aug. 1, 1805, und Interest
on tho same will stop from dato of
this1 notice. Jap Minto,
Dated Juno 11, 1800. 0 8d w
Seo Rolso & Rarker, agents for tho
O. R. & N. and Union Paclllu railways
regarding special round trip rates to
the Republican national convention
at St, Louis, tho Democratic national
convention at Chicago, Peoples party
convention at St. Louis, national con
vention Y. P. S. O. E. ut Washington,
D. C., National educational Associa
tion nt Uiiffalo, N. Y., nnd G. A. R.
national encampment at St. Paul.
Wanted All irlrls to know thaflloo
Cake" will not make their hands red
llku common soap. Suvo tho wrappem.
'Phnv nm wnrlli 11 pAnt, nnlncjv int.f
Tliern'M more cloth I mr destroyed by
poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoo
Cake" soap contains no frcoatkall and
will not Injure tho finest lace Try It
and uotlco tho difference In quality,
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