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SALEM, OltEGON, WJflUNJflSWAY JULY 2, I86.
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()K BUSINESS,
There is
doing a
have one
and make
wxr York Racket does
Uo trn from the store until fully paid for,
I If returned in the same condition as when
purchased we cheerfully refund money for
anything bought of us, Doing
4 .- Kr n on
business uu. uno jyxj.
mve you better values than dkr
! other merchants,
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Brand Silver Picnic
LYONS,
Friday and Saturday, July 31
and August t
Did Fashioned Barbacii?.
Two oxen, several sheep and hogs will be served free
in the best of style.
Good Camping Grounds.
Half fare on the O. C. & K. It. R. Speeches bv tome of the best orators in the west.
!incluilint; Ex-Governor Pennover. of Pertland:
llofer.ol SilemjIIon, W. J, D'Arcy, of Silem; Hon. C. li. Montague, of Lebanon; lion.
Mler Tongue Smith, of Linn; Hon. M. A. Miller, of Lebanon; lion. I. J. Whitney, of AN
buy; Hon W. H. Hilyeu, of Albany; Hon. 1). F. Romp, of Albany; Hon. T. I. Mnclary,
r.f Gatei, and roeny other. Good music by a firtt-elasi baud and choir Everybody are In-
itM to come and camp with u, and enjoy a
wuilteComJ. P. Queener, John Haley, G.
IREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
MONMOUTH,
A training school fnr trirhrn. Senior ir
p.-v.i .. : .-..--. ... ...-.,.-.
f.unjr, nnu general ana speciai metnoui; twenty wocKi 01 teacmng in training uepart-
FCQt. I'lalnlnrv trlinnl rt ntn nrirl urtfli ui r Iitmi1r1 Mitlilrn. Ilrnitlar normal rnilrc
jfthrtj years The Normal Diploma is recogniied by law as a state life certificate to teach.
t Light expenses. Board at Normal Dining Hall It. 50 per week. Furnished rooms with
r m nrc, 75c to si per week. Hoard ana lodging in private lammei n.50 to .50 per
it Tultioni Sub Normal $5 per term ot ten weeks normal. lO.iS per term of ten
F'. Grades from reputable schools accepted. Catalogue cheerfully furnished on appli-
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P' W. A. WANN, Sec. of Faculty.
h-WN MOWERS.
'"MyWERS, T-K-r t-t- MACHINE OILS
"AYUAKES, GRAY BROS., and AXLE GREASF
tafdware- Stoves and Tinware,
'SlIOSE, .
w sprinklers ;SALEM,
he Willamette Hotel.
EADINGBhoTEI,
I iw2SflftCB Management liberal. Electric cars leave hotel for air,publlckbuildings
pwou ollinterest. SwM.i nt.Tm k.'nin i . n.tm,.
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XCELSiaR
B. C.5HIA.NSEN.
JllaonM UJe44 Sitlsfietibn guarintiil.
OLDEN RULE
one store in Salem
cash business, We
rule for everybody
no exceptions, The
not allow goods to
xrt rc-o i
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OREGON,
Hon. I. I). Waldo, ol Maclcuv. Hon. 12.
grand cood time.
uumx uxucio, rrcsmciu 01 me uay,
IOIIN HALEY. Chief Marshal.
S. Stnyton, S. W. Mitchell, S. A. Landls.
OREGON.
wiinllv nrnfesitnnal . Twenty weeks of I
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7 7 tf
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OR. sundries.
OF THE QITY.H
A. II. WAGNER,
- STABLE-
MANAGER.
.Sublo back of State Insurance block
Racket
M
UNA'S PLANS
Efforts to Console the
York Bosses.
New
FINANCE OR THE TARIFF
Which Shall Be -the War Cry of
the Campaign?
Nr.w Yomc, July 29. The prophecy
that Uinlritmn Ilunna would Ignore
tho Now York polltlchins, In the pre
liminary oiganlzatlon of campaign
work for MelClnlcy has proved false,
for Frederick S. Glbln, national com
mlttceinan, was one of tho guests at
the meeting of the eastern managers
today. Globs represents the Piatt fac
tion of the Kepubllcan parly In New
York, llautia said: "l'latt was not In
vited to the meeting as he wis not a
member of the committee."
TARIFF OH MONEY.
The most Important question to be
discussed this afternoon, wilt bu as to
tho lines upon whlohthoeampalgnlsto
bo conducted. Frank S.Wlthcrbeoand
tho delegation representing the Amcr-
t I)...l. T ...... ...Ill ........ r. In
lilll XlUkCCtltU J-H.il hul, Will nit,uu 1 11 J
favor of making the light upon tariff
lines. Melville E. Ingalls and others
of tho financial and corporation world,
will ask that tho financial question bo
kept uppermost. Hanua said teday:
The "financial and tariff questions
ctnnot, In my Judgment, bo divorced.
Our financial depression or prosparlty
Is duo In a greatest meusure to our
tariff conditions. McKInley shares
this view with me."
llanna will suggest that tho tariff
leagues proseculo tho light valorously
on their own lines and those Inter
ested In the financial question do
similar work. Tho national commit
tee Is giving assistance.
Harry Miller Elected.
CoitVAi.Liri, July 20. Hon. 1I1..MU
ler,of Eugene, was elected president of
Oregon Agricultural college by a vote
of eight to II vo yesterday.
The opposition to him consisted of
three votes for ex-presldent Hloss, one
for Prof. Lilly and one for Prof.
Ilcrchold. x
Governor Lord made 11 speech advo
cating Miller's election and flllleary,
master of tho stato grange, spoko
against his selection.
Hon. II.B. Miller, tho newly elected
president, has bcena resident of Ore
gon since about 1870, ilrst locating In
Eugene and at that tlmo followed tho
avocation of bridge building. After
ward ho moved to Grants Pass and
managed 11 large factory. Ho served
ono term In tho stato legislature from
Josephlno county. Ho Is u good busi
ness man and .a fair speaker. His
many friends will bo pleased to learn
of his election
Reed Opens the Campaign,
Alfred, Maine, July 29. Thos. U.
Reed opened tho campaign hero today.
In his speech Reed took the ground
that frco coinage of silver by tho
United States would not ralso it to
par with gold, at tho ratio or 10 to J,
Ho said as soon as election was over
and tho future position of the United
States was assured, capital would
come from nbroad and wo would again
be prosperous.
Portland Democrats.
Portland, July 29. Tho sound
money Democrats of thlsclty, aro dis
cussing tho advisability of calling a
convention to select dolegates for tho
purpose of nominating a gold standard
Democrat for president. A circular
letter 'has been sent Ut prominent
Democrats of the state, asking for an
expression of opinion.
Tan shoes selling
flee. Kransso Rros.
at a great sacri
tf
Children Cry fur
nj.tehr's Cuttorla. '
The Durrani Case.
San Francisco, Julv 2.-Tlie case
of Theodore Durrant, convicted of
murdering Uluticho' Lamont, went to
the supreme court.' The whole of the
long transcript of the appeal, number
ing 2400 pages, and bound In three
volumes, Inis been completed, signed
by the trial Judge, and Is now ready
for presentation beroro tho supremo
court. Argument -for certlllcate of
probable cause will probably be hcaid
today, beroro Chief Justice llvntty, In
chf.mbers. This" certificate Is always
granted when there. Is any legal causo
susceptible or aigument. Probable
cause In appealed cases means that
appeal was not vexatious, but that
cause for It was probable. There Is
not much doubt that a certificate of
probable cause will bo granted In this
case, and tho appeal will proceed
smoothly. ir everything goes
promptly, allowing for tho number of
days the supreme couYt will grant for
a hearing, tho number of ciays allowed
the trial Judgo for ro-scntenclng the
crliniml, and the farLhcrest limit for
tho day of execution, Durrant has
about four months moje of life. This
notorious criminal v"s now In the
county Jail, growing stout at his ease
Hanged by a Mob.
Sr.DALiA, Mo., July 2!). Mark Craw
ford, employed as section foreman on
tho Missouri Pacific, was lynched a
few miles from Tipton hist evening.
He was arrested nt Tipton charged
with attempting to assault Miss Mary
Tucklcy, 10 years old, who arrived at
Tipton from Kansas City last Satur
day. Tho girl was en route to Vor
nallles, Morgan county, tho homo of
Crawford, and consented to accom
pany him to that place In a private
conveyance. Tho ijKsniilt. was ot
temptcd a fow miles rrotn Versailles.
The meeting of two men in the road
way prevented Crawford from suc
ceeding. Crawford escaped but -was arrested
Sunday night at Tipton. Sheriff
Lumpe started from Versailles with
tho Iprlsoncr, but was met by an un
masked mob who took Crawford from
him and hanged him to a tree.
North Dakota Populists.
Faroo, K, !., July 29. Populists
are hero in largo iiumlcrs forthostuto
convention. There aro a few middle-of-tho
roadore. who want a straight
ticket. They are, however, outnum
bered, and tho provulllng sentiment
is largely for fuflon. It Is thought
tho Populists will demand tho con
gressman, auditor, iusuranoo commis
sioner, two railroad commissioners
and possibly the attorney general.
They will leave tho other places
blank for tho Democrats to fill. Her
bert Root, of Valley City, and Dr.
Bcntloy, of lilsmark, aro being
boomed toulgnt to head the Populist
tlckel for congressman or governor,
The Oregon Appointments.
Washington, July 29. The presi
dent lias made tho following appoint appeint
ments: John Sheridan of West Vir
ginia, government director of tho
Union Pacltic.Ivico Fitzhugh Leo re
signed. Joseph E. Mery or California,
agent for Indlaus, on Klamath agency
Oregon, vlco Pctltt, resigned.
Charter Forfeited.
Phovidknck, R. I. July 29. Judgo
Tilllnghast, of tho appellate court, to
day ordered a decreo forfeiting the
charter or tho Commercial Mutual
Flro Insurance Co., restraining the
president and other ofllcers from
transacting any business and appoint
ing Jas. C. Collins, Jr., as receiver.
Serious Explosion,
Victor, Colo., July 29. An ex
plosion of 60 pounds of giant powder
used for street work here, broke tho
windows for four blocks in the center
of the town. Many peoplo wero cut
by glass, but none were kihcu. tho
city will pay tho damage, which
lay
$5,0
amounts to $5,000.
Tennessee Populists.
Nashvillk, Tenn , July 29. The
Populists today nominated A. L.
Minims for -governor.
Children Cry for
Pitcher' Castorta,
lllll-i FOREIGN NEWS,
Infuriated Rioters at Zurich
Kill Italian Residents.
ARRESTED BY SPANIARDS,
Mussulmans Defeated and Other
Matters of Interest.
Orlndelwald Conference.
Hkknk, July 2i). The GrlMlelwald
conference opened hero today with a
long address by Dr. Lyman Abbot, of
Brooklyn, upon tho subject of Anglo
American arbitration. Dr. Abbott
earnestly urged tho formation of a
permanent supremo court or Judica
ture to deal with nil disputes, and ho
said the leaders or public opinion in
America favored this plan. It was
for the Anglo-Saxons, he continued,
to set tho example or substituting
law for war, and reason for bruto
force, and tho tlmo for this was ripe.
Dr. Gibson, president or the Frco
Church congress, warmly supported
tho position or Dr. Abbott.
Infuriated Rioters.
JJuiticii, July 20. Tho riots which
broke out on Saturday, arising from
tho killing of a Swiss by Italians, wero
renewed, and continued all night. An
Infuriated crowd committed a series of
excesses In tho Italian quarter. The
rioters wero overpowered by tho police
and military and CO men wore arrested.
Mussulmans Defeated. ,
Athens, July 29. A lurgo body of
Musslnians supported by Turkish
troops whilo engaged In pillaging tho
Adomntl district of Crete wero at
tacked by 1,500 Insurgents. Tho
latter drovo tho Mussulmans and
Turkish troops out of tlio district in
flicting serious losses.
Sentenced to Be Mitigated.
London, J uly 28. Tlio Westm In Ister
Gazette says that during tlio debato
on tho home ofllce voto Friday next,
tho home secretary, Sir Mutliow Whlto
Ridley, will probably announce tlio
mitigation of tlio sentences of tho
Irish prisoners.
Crop Failure.
London, July 20. An Odessa dis
patch to tho Times announces that
otllclul reports aro to tlio effect that
tho harvest has been a failure
throughout tho most fertile grain
producing districts In tlio soutli of
Russia. '
Arrested tiy Spaniards.
Havana, July 29. Tho police, uct
ing upon information received from a
lady who owned a small hotel at
Barabas, which was frequented by in
surgents and their families, arrested
Scnora Larday, her rather, Juan
Pablo, and her nephew, Begnlno.
They had with them thrco horses
loaded with groceries and a quantity
or cloth and dry goods, evidently In
tended for tlio Insurgents. In addi
tion, the prisoners were found to have
files hidden In their stockings.
Situation Serious
Buluwayo, July 29. Imperial
troops aro being hurriedly pushed to
the front from MucLoutzIo and Man
gwelaud Fort Tull. Tut situation is
becoming wore serious day by day.
The Storms Devastations,
PiTTSiiURa, July 20. Tales of de
vastation of the storm which swopt
Western Pennsylvania, Monday
night, continue to pour In. Four
mora drownings aro reported, making
the dcatli list fifteen. The damago
In Washington and Fayette counties
will probably reach 11,000,000.
Yellow Fever In Mexico.
Washington. July 29. Tho surgeon-general
of tho United States
marine hospital servlco is advised by
tho United States consul at Vera
Crucz and Acapulco, Mexico, by tele
graph, of tho prevalence of yellow
fover In thoso ports.
JOURNAL "X" RAYS.
Directed Upon Persons and Things by the
Good Matured Man.
He loves his wife, but he can't talk.
..
Mark Hanna: "Stave off that bond
Issuo until after election, by all
means."
Wo are modest and-wolild consider
It it great improvements ISalqui had
respectable sidewalks.
C. P. Huntington says that France
is thu most prosperous country Iti
Europe, Yet they nrc deluded sllvcr-
Ites.
.
Bryan is beginning an infernal
campaign or education, say the'Mnrk
llanua - English - Syndicate - Boiler
Plate newspapers.
The contest of the coming election
Is betvVbon tho farmers and laboring
classes and syndicates and boiitl
holdcrs. Take your choice.
It has been discovered by Mark
llanua's English syndlcato that Mc
KInley thinks more or his wife than
any Other American or his helpmeet,
Thu latest thing on tho money
question Is a gold-bug editor saying
his bfmetnlllst brother Intel a hl-lobcd
brain, ono lobo Is for silver and tho
other is for gold. That is shocking.
"Inquirer" in tho Morning Inter
vlowcr Is very much worried
about County Treasurer Brown's
political views, and incidentally in
whore ho docs his banking.
.
Along the lino of Mexico tho
greasers get 60 cents for their dollars
lu this country, 60 they spond them
In Mexico. Tho American can got a
dollar for his r0 conts In Mexico, so
ho spends it In Mexico. Thoy both
spond their monov In Mexico.
Eloped With a Tar.
PoitTLAND.July 20. Miss Gctiovlovo
Roberts, tho 17-ycnr-old daughter of
millionaire Roborts,or Salt Lake City,
was on board of tho Philadelphia when
she dropped anchor In thoWlllamotte,
opposlto Portland. Miss Roberts was
visiting lu Los Angeles when tho
Philadelphia wns at that city, and at
a public reception slio met and receiv
ed an introduction to ono or tho crow.
Ho showed Miss Roberts some atten
tion and tlio young lady becamo infa
tuated.
When the Philadelphia came to
Portlahd sho concluded to follow her
lover. While horo the father learned
of her whorcabout8 and found his
daughter in an uptown hotel. When
coufronted with her Indiscreet act
sho declared sho would not go home;
that sho loved tlio seaman bold and
Intended to follow, wherever fato led
her.
Tho father soon found that persua
sion would not avail and ho adopted
force, when a scene In tho hotel was
tho result. An olllcer was called, und
tho girl torn away from tho object of
her affections. But father und child
wero soon comfortubly seated lu tho
railway couch, homoward bound.
A State Imporvcment.
Tho stato board of cupitol commis
sioner!! hayo mado a contract with
John Hcldcckortfor tho construction
of a cement wulk across tho stato
grounds from Court toStato streets at
mo west it out ot tuo stuto iiouse, aiso
for it cement approach at tho foot of
tho west stops of tho building, with
a walk leading to tho now wulk to bo
built.
Tho contract calls for a walk 10 feet
wido,und provides tho material used
shall bo i Inches deep. Tho price
agreed upon Is 10 cents per square foot.
It Is also proposed to sink a well on
tho grounds for drinking wuter.
Tho appropriation at tho boards'
hands was $3310, A man to cure for
tho grounds Is employed at a salary of
$50 per month, which in two years
will amount to $1200. After Paying
this salary und defraying other In
cidental expenses, such as tho pur
chasing or shrubbery, flowers, and
supplying hose, etc.. tho board expect
to have enough of tho appropriation
loft to build tho walk as per contract.
Mr, Heldcckcr will begin work right
away.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
K.l
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Tho ConserVaJiyefeiness
Interests,
'tiAvID 'BlJRR CHASE" TALKS,
He Tells Somo, Plain Facts That
Grind Hard.
EniTou Jeuhnal: This seems to
be truly ono of tho "times ' thai' fry
men's souls." Wo appear to have sud
denly found ourselves confronted by
the greatest crisis since tho sixties.
The money question is altogether dlf
rcront rrom tlio tariff question, over
which tho old parties liavo been fight
ing ror thlrtyfyoars wlthoutapproach
Ing a settlement. Yes, tho tariff has
been wrangled over for a hundred
years, and still not settled. But tho
adoption of rrco colnago means a
sharp and radical change rrom -tho
policy which bus been dictated by tho
money kings for moro than a genera
tion. The people aro beginning to ilnd out
that there Is no more-Justice or busi
ness senso In giving tho bunkers un
questioned control of our money sys
tem than there would bo in allowing
tho manufacturers nlono to fix our
tariff duties for us. At tho samo
tlmo wo reallzo that tho money
power Is an unscrupulous and terrable
antagonist, and many weak Bisters
pause In dismay whon thoy realize tho
true meaning of tho present move
ment. It 1b not a movement for re
pudiation of any dishonest purposo,as
tho goldbugs would have us to be
lieve; but It Is a movement to wrest
rrom the richest, and most powerful
of classes uom oMho special privileges
and unfair advantages to which they
liavo becomo accustomed. To any ono
who luudorstniuls ihuman nature It
Is easy to seo that this class will
fight to tho last ditch, and they won't
hesitate to hit below tho belt, olther.
Many timid voters fear to enter on
tho struggle, preferring to tamely sub
mit to tholr masters, In tho hopo that
Bomo crumbs from tho rich man's ta
bio may fall to tholr share; btttsuoh
Is not tho tuuterlal of which genulno
Americans aro made.
Hud tho samo sort of councils with
which tho goldbugs now Insult our
Intelllgouco been followed in 1770, tho
Declaration ot Independence would
never liavo boon read from tho steps
of Faneull Hall, and wo would still bo
a dependency of tho British orown,
as wo seem to bo of tho British bond
holder. Now York was a Tory town
during our struggle for Independence'
und sho was a hotbed of Copperhead
Ism during our civil war. Now sho Is
using all her power to fasten tho Brit
ish gold standard on this country
Sho Is a traitor, always has been a
traitor, and always will bo a traitor
to tho best Interests of tho American
peoplo, These are facts, and thoy
ought to bo enough of themselves, to
causo tho voter to view with suspic
ion any scheme whatsoever tliatls ad,
vocutcd by Now York city. ,
It ought to lo easy for any child to
understand why tho mouoy kings want
the gold standard. Tholr Interests lie
that way. Adherence to tho slnglp
gold standard means falling prices for
corumcdltleg,and a constantly apprcol
utlng dollar. Tho man whoso property
Is In dollars, either cash or debts,
wishes his dollars to buy as much as
possible of all other commodities, und
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