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SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1836.
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, THEY SELL THE ,
E T BARNES,
CRISIS IN CUBA
It Takes a Most Important
GENERAL LEE'S ADVICES
Important Dispatches Sent to Presi
New York, Juno 22. A dispatch
to the Herald from Havana says:
Consul-General Leo lias forwarded
to President Cloyeland dispatches of
utmost Importance. They should
reach the president and Secretary
Olney early In the coming week. The
dispatches contain the full report or
the Consul-general on the Cuban
situation, and arc- of an extremely
ensat!onal character. In these dis
patches there aro two distinct instru
ments, the one wholly confidential
and for the personal information of
President Cleveland; the other a clear,
frank exposition of the situation In
the Island at tho present time. With
the greatest candor, tho consul de
scribes tho existing conditions of
affairs In Cuba.
I have seen Consul-General Leo.nnd.
notwithstanding hla refusal to reply
to questions In relation especially to
ls confidential renort to President
Cleveland, I am Justified In drawing
the conclusion that his document is
fno tremendous Importance to tho
United States and to Spain. So strong
js It, In fact, that Its contents may, it
"hinted, be muda Mm hnsla nt nrmn1
Intervention in Cuban affairs on the
Part of the administration at Wasb
'"gtoii immediately. The report in
tended as Information particularly de
nned for the department of state,
and Wdi will be presented to Secre
tary Olney, is, I am Informed, and as
nave already Indicated, a complete
"d Impartial review of the field.
Consul-General Lee takes the
ground, 1 understand, that the only
Pble solution of the dreadful prob
"m existing in the islands Is auton
y on Canadian lines. While the
Spanish nag files on the Jblaod of
". Consul-General Lee says, no
ner remedy can be found to stay the
"WHonorcnd the bloodshed and
"craiutlon which are atpresentruin-
2"eofthe'Alt Portions of the
"Even this remedy," the consul-
"ral informs President Cleveland
taly oiney, "at tbls late day
' i i ' i i t i i i i i i '
THE , ,
may bo ineffectual. Atone tlmo In
tho course of the rebellion, the Cuban
revolutionists might, perhaps, have
welcomed such autonomy as It would
have won friends In a party of pecu
llnr respectability on the island. Hut
at present, this party has lost Its hold
In a great degree, and as for tho Insur
gents and their friends, their watch
words aro now unconditional aur
rendcrou the part of Spain and a freo
republic In Cuba."
Consul-General Leo ilnds that the
Spanlsn government has, In many In
stances, been entirely impotent In Its
efforts to protect cither lives of for
eigners residing in tho Island or their
property. This has been, perhaps un
avoidable, tho Spanish troops having
been fully occupied in tho Held In le
slstlng the persistant raids and strat
egic movements of tho insurgents.
The consul-general hints finally that,
unless the danger to foreign residents
can bo averted, the recognition of
Cuban revolutionists will soon be
AFKAID OF M'KINLEY.
New Yokk, Juno 21. A dispatch
to tho World from Madrid says:
All the Madrid newspapers com
ment sharply on the nomination of
McKlnlcy, and the allusions to u
more acttvo policy in regard to Cuba
embodied in the Republican platform
are considered so menacing to Spanish
rule In the West Indies that the press
is unanimously disapproving the gov
ernment for having nnnounccd Its in
tention to sendGOOO men to Cuba In
August and 10,000 in September. The
papers applaud the purpose of tho
government to attempt to quell the
Insurrection before a now American
president takes office.
It has been decided to dispatch
50,000 additional men to Cuba before
September. Two more torpedo boats
are to be purchased.
SPAIN'S NEW WARSHIP.
Your correspondent Is informed, on
the best authority, that the cabinet
couucil of the government has decided.
to propose to the cortes the purchase
of two ironclads, one from the Argen
tine Republic and the other from
The Old Flag, It waves for all,
and the Kenworthy & George restau
rant feeds the masses.
r-.NCn MORE Infcarmony
siiiClatr happy probes tot
C5 una uwb -
ccaful cnr foreex
ual wenosi and
Xxtvtgcr known to
medical ccle'ice. An
fitrhil dlieortrv, la
civQCts and f roof,
V Will DOBVUfc W BU4-
teilag men (scaled) freo. Full manly rixot
permAnanilr nnonA. rtUuz impossible.
UNITE FOR TELLER
Has People's Party Support
ADDRESS TO COUNTRY
Committees of the Party Issue a
St. Louis, Juno 22. As tho result
of n series of conferences between a
committee appointed by tho sececdlng
silver men of the national covcntlon,
and a committee composed of promi
nent Populists, an address was Issued
from tho headquarter of the People's
party natlontl committee in this city,
advising Populists throughout tho
country to make Henry M. Teller, of
Colorado, their national standard
bearer. Immediately after tho silver men
walked out of the convention, they
appointed a committee, or which
Charles II. Iiartmau, or Montana;
Senator It. F. Pettlgrew, or South
Dakota; Senator Cannon, or Utah,
and Senator Fred T. Dubois, or
Idaho, were members, to confer with
a committee or Popuilsts. That even
ing, at the Planter's hotel, they mot
II. F. Taubcncck, of Illinois; Howard
S. Taylor, of Chicago, nnd T. M. Pat.
terson, of Denver, of tho National
Populist committee, and as a result of
that and subsequent conferences, the
address was Issued.
Chairman Taubcncck, In an Inter
view, said tonight.
" Tho sececdlng sliver men or the
Republican party and tho Populists
hnve, as the result or our conference,
come ton perfect agreement as to tho
future, and wo will work along tlio
Ho predicted victory for a ticket
with Teller as Itslcader. Tho address,
In part, Is as follews:
"Expressly disclaiming any purpose
or right to bind any party or person
by its views hero sot forth, wo but
yield to an overpowering sense of
duty, in saying what wo do to tho
members of tno People's party, and to
all other good citizen's who, appre
hending tho approach or a momentous
crisis in our country's life, are willing
toavortrlthy actsof exalted patriot
"Wo canuj to St. Louis us citizens,
members or the People's Party, .to bo
present ut the meeting of the
national Republican convention, that
we might determine moro definitely
for ourselves tho true aim of that
organization In tho present struggle.
Wo have seen tho "boss" In politics
moro securely enthroned, moro ser
vilely obeyed nnd moro dictatorial as
to candidates nnd policy than has
ever been witnessed in tho field or
"One man, tho perfection of his
type, representing the millionaires,
the banks,tho corporations, tho trusts,
and every other remorselesss and
plutocratic clement in our money,
dictated the nomination of Mr. Mc
Klnlcy, and shaped the platform of
"This convention slavishly respond
ing to the will of the money power,
has forced an Issue, which must be
met. It is a challenge to tho yeoman
of the land; if It shall succeed, tho
fetters of a tyranny more grinding
than that of the czars and emperors,
will be riveted upon tho plain people
of the country, fcttors which must bo
indefinitely worn with tho contempt
ible spirit Inseparable from willing
serfs, or in the end be broken with tho
Irresistible power of a mighty revolu
tion. "That issue Is rormuiatcd In the
demand that 'the existing gold stand
ard must be preserved,' and for tho
Children Cry i.
to malntaln.lnvlolably thdojillgutlons
or the United States iinjl all our
money either coin or paper nt tho
"This means that sliver shall bo
permanently degraded into mere
money of chanpo, and thai It to dt
prlvcd of its legal-tender quality,
except for some paltry sum? that tho
national banks shall bo swollen Into n.
power of trlplo their present ability
to contract the volume or money to
absorb the earnings of Industry, and
to grip the throat of all .Industrial
and commercial life, whllo from tlmo
to time It terrorizes tho voters Into
cliolco of its tools for nil legislative,
Judicial and administrative positions.
"The money power has forced this
Issue now, because, In Its judgment,
those whom Its policy would enslave
are divided Into hostile political
families, which cannot be bolted In
time to resist Its unset. It regards
It as Impossible that harmonious
uctlon can he secured between the
different organizations that favor
money rerorm and resistance to Its
Insatiate greed. With Populists, sil
ver Democrats and independent bl
motalllsts supporting different nom
inees for president and tho national
congress, It reels assured or victory,
and It has dcteimsncd to press, with
out abatement, tho advantage which
this apparently lamentable condition
raises up bororo vou.
"In this, tho most threatening
crisis thut has menaced tho .country
since tho civil war, though simply
citizen members or the people's party,
we venture to make momentous sug
gestions to you, our brethren. In do
ing this we hnve neither deslro nor
thought to Impair, In tho least degree,
tho efficiency or our noblo organiza
tion, charged as It Is with tho liberties
of present and future generations, nnd
whoso Integrity nnd growth Is, essen
tial to tho perpetuation of our free
Institutions. Our conatant-nlni' will
bo to defend It from foes within and
without, and to prcscrvo It as n power
consecrated forovcr to tho dofenso or
humanity's dearest rights upon tho
In view or this submission by tho
Republican convention or the most
extreme demands over made upon
Americans by tho money power, every
thought or American manhood should,
rrom this hour, tend toward creating
and cementing a union between those
who would resist the consplrlcy or
wholsalo robbery and grinding oppres
sions. "Measures must bo gained or de
feated through men. After all, tho
chief problem in this crisis is to find
a man upon whom patriots can unite,
whoso life Is a witness that, If In
trusted with authority over national
action and its enforcment, ho will
defy every allurement of wealth and
every menace of power, standing un
flinchingly by tho cause of tho peoplo
In tho fierce struggle Inseperably con
nected with tho enactment of our
propesed financial reforms.
"Wo see In the private and official
life of Henry M. Teller a beacon,
burning brightly, wanning tho peoplo
from 'the threatening shores or dis
sension. He has but now publicly
abandoned tho Republican party, with
which ho has been asloclatcd since Its
first organization. When to his offi
cial record are united an unsullied
private lire,a character without u blot
or stain, u grateful, generous nature,
a patriotism that knows neither state
nor flection, wo reel that wo are but
performing a duty to our beloved
country in thus calling attention to
Mr. Teller's merits and availability
as a candidate for president; as one
upon whom the Populists may con
sistently unite, while they strenuously
preserve and strengthen tho organiza
tion. "Tho necessity of a dispassionate
consideration of his claim upon tho
support of the American people has
been more apparent since -the patrl
. Children Cry for
enactment of 'all measures designed
otic Republican lcadors, who aban
doned their party under this Inspira
tion, havo announced htm as their
nominee for president of the United
"Signed.) II. E. Taubencck, Illi
nois, and twenty other state chair
men of the People's party.
Illinois Democratic Convention.
nl'KoniA, Ills., June 22. There Ims
bceti no slntd made of the state ticket
to bo nominated by the Democrat io
stato convention here tomorrow. It
Is generally conceded that Altgeld
will bo nominated for governor. The
delegates to Chicago will probably be
M'KINLEY AND CANNON
Honorod by Their Political
Senator Cannon Presented With a
Canton, O., June 22. Mark Ilunnii
and wife, Col. Fred Grant and wire,
II. Clay Evans, or Tennessee: Col.
William Osborne, a cousin or Gov.
McKlncy, or Ronton; Col. Myron T.
Merrick nnd Svlvcstor Everett, or
Cleveland, arrived at 1.07 p. in. Gov.
McKlnlcy met them ut tho depot and
drove them to his residence.
Puehlo, Colo., Juno 22. Senator
Frank Cannon, or Utuh, arrived hero
today, enrouto home. Ho was mot at
the depot by soveral hundred peoplo
who cheered him heartily, and
presented him with a silver bolt. Can
non responded briefly. .
Washington, Juno 22. Tho first
olllclul roport or tho great Japanese
earthquake nnd tidal wave came to
day to tho state department from Mr.
Herod, secretary of tho legation, at
Toklo, In tho following brief cable
gram: "Tho deaths caused by tho
tidal wuvo aro estimated to bo over
30,000 In reports to date. No mortal
ity among Americans."
Austin, Tex., Juno 22. Tho dele
gates to tho two Democratic con
ventions which meet hero tomorrow,
aro coming In. Tho stiver wing Is
getting Its forces mustered very
slowly, and tho Indications aro thoro
will not bo moro than II vo or six
hundred delegates present. There is
soino intimation that tho convention
will cudorso Illand ror president,
though.somc members aro talking of
The Militia Returning,
Poutland, June 22. Four com
panies of the national guard, who
havo been nt Astorln, returned homo
this morning, tho fishermen's strlko
having been declared olf. Two com
panies and twenty men from battery
A, with two gatllng guns, still remain
Escaped from Jail,
St. Louis, Juno 22. Noble Shep
liard, who was awaiting execution, In
Jail here, for tho murder of Thomas
Morton and Llzzlo Leahey, escaped
from his cell between midnight and
1 o'clock this morning.
Pattkiison, N. J. Juno 22, Garrett
a, iiou;iri, iicpiiuucun nominee ror
vice-president will be given u grand
reception tonight by the citizens of
Patterson, Irrespective of party.
Train Robbers get a New Trial,
Poutland, Juno 22. Judge Bel-
llnger today granted a now trial iu
the case Poole and Case, convicted of
holding up und robbing tho Southern
Pacific train near Roscburg last July.
Deaths From Heat.
New Youk, June 22. Two deaths
from heat were reported to the police
up to 2 p, m., both victim, being
Kuclclen'a Arnica Salve
The bet Halve in the worid fot Cud,
Bore i, Hotei, Ulcers, Hall Uheui.i, Fever
arid all Teller. Chapped liamh, Chilblain,
llfuit, Skin Kf upilorii, and potitively cures
Piles or no pay required. It If guaranteed to
Live tr tec satltuctioo or money refunded.
Price 35 cents a bo. For sale by Fred A,
Is Observed by Willamette
COLLEGE OF" ORATORY
Will Give a Recital This, Monday,
A more boautirul day than Sunday
ror Baccalaureate day could not havo
been desired. The lirty-second annual
commencement for Willamette uni
versity opened Sunday with two
eloquent sormons at tho lrirst Metho
dist church. Rcforo tho time ror
opening tho morning services the
church was well filled and after the
trustees, faculty, alumni, and stu
dents had taken tho scats reserved for
them, 'hero was scarcely any vacant
Rev. Henry Rasmus, D. D., pastor
or tho Grace M. E. church at Port
land, delivered tho bacculauroato ad
dress and wus a grand clforton part of
tho rovcrend gentleman. It abounded
In suviinl beautiful quotations und
was very eloquent throughout. Ills
remarks to tho graduating class was
especially applicable. Tho farowoll
Y W. and Y. M. A meeting at
tho university chapel Sunday uftor
noon was largely attended and a
prolltnblo tlmo was had, conducted
by W. P. Matthews.
Iu tho evening tho university stu
dents and their frlcmls assembled In
tho M. E. church again filling that
largo cdlllco to overturning. Tho uni
versity sermon was delivered by Row
Wllmat Whltofiold, 1). 1)., Pastor of
tho Central M. E. uhurch'af Portland.
It was an eloquent address and con
tained valuable adylco to tho gradu
ates who were Just entering upon
llfo's duties. Tho selections from
"Creation" by tho choir, under Prof,
Ilroltage, formed nu Interesting
fcaturo of the evenings exercises. Tho
trio by Mrs. H. 11. Holland, II,Kundrct,
and Prof. Horlttigo Is especially
deserved mention. Prof. Heritage
and Mrs. J. If. Strlcklor, also sang
beautiful solos. This closed tho first
day or coiiimonscmcnt ror this year.
Tho first graduating recital or tho
School or Expression or Willamette
Unlvcrlsty, undor Prof. S. N. Brown,
will tako placo this evening at tho
University chapel. This Is tho first
class to graduato from tho College of
Oratory from Willamette University
and tho occasion will bo ono of un
usual interest. Tlicru arc four mem
bers of the class, viz: Misses Helen
Virginia Crawrord and Mary Stewart
CimdlfT, or Albany; and Misses Mabel
Lunkton Carter, and Ethel Borta
Hughes, or Salem. In tho graduating
rccltul this evening tho class wjll bo
assisted by II. A. Horltago, basso;
Emll L. Winkler, pianist; J. Carlylo
Denton, violinist; Miss Gcuovlovo
Hughes, accompanist; Miss Adda
Davenport, soprano; and fellow stu
dents. Tho very appropriate class
motto Is "Expression 1 Necessary to
Evolution."' The program is as fol
lows. 1. Emerson Gesture Drill.
2. Violin Solo, selected, J. Carlylo
3. Recitation, "Tiger Lily," Miss
i. Vocal Solo, "Jean or Arc," Miss
6, Scarf Fantastic.
0. Piano Solo, selected, Emil L.
7. Garden Scene from Mary Stuart
Mary Queen of Scotts, Ethel Hughes;
Queen Ellzaloth,IIeleii Crawford.
8. Recitation, "A Vlllago Idyl,"
I). Vocal Solo, "Tho Toreador's
Song, "Carmen," R. A. Heritage.
10. "Dream of Ancient Grceco;"
"A study In Attitude;" "A Charm
from tho skies;" Bacchus and Bac
chantes: "The Nlobo Group." Thrco
Fates, Diana or Versailles, Hebe.
Three Oraccs. "Terpsichore;" "Toi
let or tho Bride:" "Tho Muses;" "Tho
Danco or tho Muses;" "Revel or the
11. Address 1 to tho cluss; presenta
tion or diplomas, by the president,
Tomorrow Is trustco's day. The
Highest of all in Lcavtaing Power. -Latt U. 8. Gov't Rcfwrt.
regular annual business meeting of
the trustees will be held at 0 n. in. In
tho University olltcc nt which tlmo
all business pertaining to thematiagu
mont or tho school will bo disposed of.
At 8 o'clock Tuesday ovottlug In the
First M. E. church will occur tho
graduating exerclsos of tho Oregon
Institute, preparatory to tho college,
for which tho following program has
I'lano solo , . . , Selected
rt j Ml.s Nettle Beckner.
Oration ..ilnilucuccaof Christianity
, A.F. Blttuor,
Oration The Ideal and the Ileal
Miss Pearl Aiiplcgute.
Vocal suit Alia Stolhi Coufldcnto
Mrs. Mary E. Kinitoy.
Oration in Union
S. P. Early. tv ,
Violin solo Selected
Oration Nnturo and Nurture
AT lea Tiln TTirtl.i
Oration. .MDtlvo Power or thcilPHtUrd
. I'. L.Brown. -
vocal solo , Selected
It. Ci. Knurl rot.
Oration Crystal Qualities
Mtaa TCIIvntuiHi Ultntmivi
Plana solo. . ; Selected
Pror. Emll L. Winkler.
Presentation of Hiwo hv nnv. .7. T,
.Presentation or diplomas by Presi
dent W. 0. Hnwloy.
Final accont or II, D. Brady, ad
ministrator or L. II. D. Bondv. do-
ceased, was allowed todoy.
Tho last will nnd testament or An
drew Murphy, who died May 30th,
who left norsounl nronortv to Mm
amount of fcJOO, nnd real cstato to tho
amount or $0000, was probated today
before Judge Hubbard. Elizabeth A.
Murphy Is appointed executrix. Mln-
nlou. Gearn, Mlchcul II. Murphy,
Andrew J. Murphy, Catherlno E.
Brown, Edward T. Murphy, Wntt R.
Murphy, Elizabeth A. Murphy and
Margaret E. Murphy are the holm
iiumcd In tho will. James McKay
and J. F. T. II. Brcntnno are tho
Stock Taken. The harness stock
of Frank E. Shafor, at 1)7 Stato street,
was closed this morning on, attach
ment by John Clark, wholesale sad
dler at Portland. Tho Btock was Im
mediately closed out to Ed. S. Lam
port who will put It on tho market nt
a sacrificial figure. Sqo his ad.
A Shall Bioycle. R. M. Wado
& Co., have on oxhlbttlon tho small
est saroty bloyclo that was cvorsccn
In Salem. It Is 1111 "Elyrla" and tho
dlametorof tho wheol Is only 20 Inches.
It weighs but '1 poundB and will
soiiio day bo tho property of some
proud kindergarten wheelman.
A Runaway. Two young womon
at tho Turner camp meeting had a
runaway yesterday afternoon, tholr
team throwing them from tho buggy.
Both were Bovorcly bruised, and
one also received a severe llcsh wound
iu tho head, which was sowed up by
Dr. Smith of Turner. Tholr names
were Ryun, being sisters living olthcr
at Salem or Independence.
Silvkk And PitoTKOTioN. For a
silver dlmo you can domonstrato tho
theory of protection buy a hi corona
cigar and patronize homo industry
protect tho Salem mechanic und tho
This Is tho longest day of tho year.
J. Bradley Informs us that work
will soon bo commenced on tho WIN
lametto Valley tclophono Hue between
Dayton und Salem. This Is good
nows and wo hopa to bco tho lino
speedily completed nnd 111 operation.
1 1 1 1
Stayton Hour Branson & Co.
"i a 1
Bathing in Puiilio. Many of tho
young men are In tho habit of bath
ing In tho slough between J. Mluto's
and uvuns' i residence in tjotiiu wa
lom. In broad dnvlluht. Many com
plaints have been mado or late. It Is
to bo hoped that tho young men will
desist or wait until after dark.
Sco Bolso Si Barker, ngctits for tho
O. R. & N. and Union Pact Ho railways
regarding special round trip rates to
tho Republican national convention
at St, Louis, tho Democratic national
convention ut Chicago, Peoples party
convention at St. Louis, national con
vention Y. P. S. 0. B. at Washington,
D. C, National educational Associa
tion at Buffulo, N. Y., and G. A. R.
national encampment at St. Paul,
Stayton Hour Branson & Co.
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