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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY.
VOL. ,8. fffc
Indefinitely Without Doing a Dol
lar's Worth of Business,
New Yonic, Aug. 4. The announce
ment of tlio failure at Chicago of
Moure llro3., promoters or the Dia
mond Match Company and the New
York Biscuit Company.resultcd tn the
prevalence here today of all sorts of
rumors concerning the effect upon
business at tho Now York olllces of
the concerns montloncd.Scorc9ot per
sons Interested In tho affairs of tho
Diamond Match Company visited tho
offlccs of that company m iiuason
street, of which Gcorgo Johnson Is
manager. Johnson was not at tho
ofllec today,havlng sent down word ho
was sick. Johnson's secretary said
that many others besides the Moore's
own stock", and the company will cer
tainly go ahead and fill Itsonlceof tho
New York Biscuit company of this
city: "Falluro of Moore Bros., will In
no manner effect business of tho New
York Biscuit compnny. Tho fact that
1 W Ullaiu II. Moore., of Moore Bros Is
president of tho company Is no icason
I. why we should be affected in the least.
CIUCAOO EXCITED .
Chicago, Aug. 5. Nothing m years
lms caused such a flurry In commercial
circles as the collapse of Mooro Bros.
in tliclr efforts to maintain control of
tlio Diamond Match company and the
New York Biscuit company. Tho
striking reaturo of the failure Is the
fact that the stock exchange for the
I first time In history adjourned Inde
finitely today wlthotrtfdolng a dollars
I worth of business. In tho corridors
were excited groups or brokers and
traders discussing the situation
Everyone connected with tho ex
change was endeavoring to convince
cerybody else thcro was no cauno for
I alarm. They announced thoofilclals
: of the exchange wero endeavoring to
; form a pool to buy tho stock of Moore
Bros., to hold it until the flurry was
over. TllOSO best nostod ftanlnrn tlmrn
I Is no fear or a general panic. It is
estimated Moore Bros, lost between
;W,00O,00O and 5,000,000 in tlio
! Diamond Match deal. Some say It
wiped out every cent or their fortunes.
me uucago news bureau says tho
lunks are taking tho Diamond Match '
HE GOLDEN RIM
L. A There is
jKT doing a
New York Racket does
oe taken from the store until fully paid for,
tf returned in the same condition as when
purchased we cheerfully refund money for
anything bought of us, Doing
business on this r1a w ran .
give you better values than -v-
flurry very comfortably. Tliclr only
anxiety seems to be to help customers.
Tlio basis of bank loans on Moore
securities lias been low for long time.
Diamond Match stock has been popu
lar but the banks understood thcro
was a lot of water in It. Anxiety
of the banks Is not so great regarding
Diamond Match loans, however, as
rega'dlng New York Biscuit stock
which was marked up from under 30
to over par. There Is hardly a rich
man In town not In some way Inter
ested, usually as money lenders. Bos
ton and Baltimore arc largely Inter
ested. A Hard Fight.
. Havana, Aug. 4. A hot engage
ment Is reported to have occurcd be
tween Guayamns and Melencs, in tho
district or Manzanllo, In tho province
or Santiago do Cuba, in which the
loss suffered by tho Spanish troops was
exceedingly heavy. Tho oillclal re
port gives tho number or Spaniards as
100 pitted against 1000 insurgents.
The official report further states
that LlcuicnantUonalosand Pintados,
of tho Spanish forces, were killed, to
gether with 50 plratss.
Colonel Marco has had a fight with
tho band orSangullly on the planta
tion of Condcsa, province or Matanzas.
Tho insurgents lost 11 killed and took
many side arms.
The Holsters Strike.
Clevnland, Aug. 4. About 150
non-union men went to work at the
Brown works this morning under
guard or a large forco of militia nnd
police. An enormous crowd of strikers
and sympathizers wero present, but
no troublo occurred. On every street
within a radius of ncarya milo both
wuys soldiers and locked out men
patrolcd tho sidewalks. The soldiers
were doubly armed, wearing beljs and
revolvers as well as carrying guns.
The strikers also carried guns.
Wllholt Stage Robbers.
OitnaoN CiTV,Ore., Aug. 4. Sheriff
Grace, four deputies and sixty cltlzons
or the neighborhood are searching for
tho robbers who held up tho Wllholt
stage yesterday. The trail Is easily
followed for three miles, then all
traces are lost. Tlio hat of ono of the
robbers was found. Booty obtained
by robbers was a revolver'nnd $17.
Madrid, Aug. 4. Tho chamber of
deputies indulged In a long debate,
which failed in Its object, of eliciting
why the government had not bought
two ironclads from Genoa shipbuild
ers. The liberals withdrew their
motion to censuro the minister of
marine, Admiral Berungcr,
DThe hop growers of this valley are
pound. The hop grower can hardly
wish for moro protection
one store in Salem
cash business AVe
no ftyceotions. The
not allow goods to
Resentment of the Charge of
WILLj DENOUNCE THE SLANDER
And Give His Interpretation of the
Omaha, Aug. 4.-A special to tho
lice, from Lincoln. Neb., says, when
W. J. Bryan leaves for Now York next
Friday evening, ho will carry with
him tho draft of a speech, he intends
to use before the notification commit
tee at tho Madison Square garden. It
will occupy between an hour and an
hour and hair In delivery. Ho will
discuss tho Chicago platform In detail
and give his Interpretation thcrcor.
He Is very Indignant at tlio charge
that lie and those who Rland with him
on the Chicago platform, arc to be
claascd as anarchists, or aim to break
down any laws or our country. In
the New York speech ho will roundly
denounce the accusation. Thoso who
have been taken into his confldenco
say tho speech will astonish tho coun
try. It contains -a number or now
and pleasing metaphors never boforo
used on any stago and havo nothing In
common with "crowns or thorns," or
"crosses or gold." It Is understood
Richard P. Bland will accompany
Bryan to New York.
Montoomeky, Ala., Aug. 4. He
turns so rar show conclusively that
Johnston ror governor and tho entire
Democratic ticket won by a majority
ol about 40,000. X'e lnwo3t estimated
majority is 25,000, highest, 00,000.
Legislature Is surely Democratic by
at least two-thirds. Heavy Demo
cratlc gains were made In tho whlto
counties or north Alabama. In this
portion Goodwin, Populist, ran bo
hind IColb's vote in 1804. Populist
leaders at Birmingham claim thous
ands or fictitious votes were cast in
tlio black belt and threaten If Good
win Is not elected tney will organlzo
the Populists against Bryan and carry
the state for McKlnley. Thcro is no
doubt this Is tlio greatest Democratic
victory in tho state slnco 1840.
A Straight "Pop" Ticket.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 4. Statements
mado to the Journal today, by tho
leaders or tho People's party, assem
bled hero for the state convention
Thursday, show Senator Jones' inter
vlow, which the Southern Populists
consider a repudiation or themselves,
has completely changed tho situation.
O. II. McGregor, business manager of
Tom Watson4 paper, said:
"I am convinced tho national com
mittee will be called upon to put out
a straight Populist candidate for
president and as the understanding
seems to be that Norton lias tlio- first
call for tho nomination, I suppose tho
ticket will bo Norton and Watson."
Subbed to Death.
Baltimork, Aug. 4. James M.
Deets came homo drunk last night
and abused his wire Annie, who, be
coming frightened, ran Into the street
and called for assistance. J. Hansen
Andrews, an engineer, aged 20 volun
teered protection, and went with Mrs.
Deets to the door of her house. Deets
opened tho door, and seeing Andrews
began striking him. Andrews whip
ped out a knife and stabbed Deets to
tlio heart, killing him instantly, An
Big Land Sale.
Portland, Aug. 4. AH Northern
Pacific lands in Oregon, comprising
about 300,000 acres, .was sold at public
auction today. They wero bid In by
President Winter, for $558,000.
Children Cry for
SALEM, OKEGOX TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 18!.
Cuban Dispatch Bearers.
Key Vf.8t. A rjir.4. Colonel Delcado
and Lieutenant., Vclasco, of tlio in
surgent army, havo readied tills city
rrom Cuba wlthMmpprtntit dispatches
from General Gomez for tho Cuban
Junta. Dclgaldcnnd Vclasco, accom
panied by a sklllful'bontmnn, reached
Marlcl Friday night, whore they were
to tako a boat for Key West. While
they were oti the'boach preparing to
launch their boatj, they wero discov
ered by four Spanish soldiers, and a
hand-to-hand ilghtlfollowed. Delgaldo
and Vclasco used their machetes with
deadly effect, killing the four soldier .
Saturday morning their boat sprung
a leak, and was about to sink when a
Norwegian bark rescued them. The
bark brought theuilwithtn 50 tulles or
Key West, wheu tney again took to
tliclr boat, which hud been repaired.
When within 25 miles or Key West,
last evening, tlioy wero picked up by
tho pilot boat Glance, which brotig lit
Delgaldo says battles are being
fought dally In PlnurdelRlo, and
that the lns;irgents'are nearly always
Murdered Threo People.
Province, N. Y.,Aug. 4. Near
Clay, eight miles VfCstjW bore, Tom
Brown, ti farmer, 30 years old,
butchered his wife, mqther-ln-lawand
baby last night with an ax. After tlio
terrible atrocity Brown wont to the
house, of Mr. Mulr, his nearest neigh
bor and told him what" ho had done
and asked Mr. Mulr to shoot
him. While the victims or the mad
man's rago wero not killed outright,
no hopo is cntortalncd or tholr re
covery. Their Last Row.
Lacuosbk, Wisconsin., Aug. 4.
While boat riding Sunday evening
ITenry IIcndrlcks6n, Anna Amsrud
and Lizzie Oldstad, three Lacrosse
young people, were drowned lnthe
Mississippi river just below tlio city.
They were just rounding a head In
tlio river where tlio current was very
swift, and the boat became unman
ageable. Tho boat with Its occupants
was pulled under somo charges which
were moored near by, and that was
tho last seen of them. The IhhIIcs
have not been recovered.
Cubans Buy a Vessel,
Philadelphia, Aug. 4. Tho an
nouncement of tlio salo or tlio famous
filibustering steamship Laurada of
tlio John D, Hart line, was made -yes-day.
The ship was purchased by An
tonio Rubens of Wilmington, Del.,
who Is tho reputed attorney for the
Cubans. Slio will leave at once for
lior now sailing port, to bo overhauled
and repaired. It is stated that
tho price paid ror the Laurada was
A Cruiser for Spain.
London, Aug.4.-Tha Daily Graphic
announces that patriotic Spaniards
living In Argentina luivoglvcnu Clyde
shipbuilding firm an order lor a cruiser
or 4,500 tons, to cost $1,000,000, and to
be delivered in 18 months to Spain as
Insane Prisoner.-P. Dulmane, a
French mechanic, received ut tlio pen
itentiary February 23, 1801, on a 5-year
sentence for assault with a dangerous
weapon, was yesterday examined as
to his sanity, and was committed to
the asylum. The examination was
conducecd by County Judge G. P. Ter
rell, assisted by District Attorney S.
L. Hayden and Dr. S. It. Jcssup.
Tho Santiam Lumbering Co., lias
received an order for 300,000 feet of
bridge Umbers, to iso on the O. O,
& . railroad this summer.
Edito.- Morrlsonl of Worthlngton,
valuable prescription in Electrio Bit
tern, nnd lean cheerfully recommend
It for Constipation snd Sick Headache,
nnd na n ffenernl system tonlOltllUS no
equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2025 Cot
tage urove. Ave., uiicugu, wu uu run
down, could not eat nor digest food, J
nau a baciaiciio which never ietb uer i
and felt tired nnd weary, but six hot
ties of Electrio Hitters restored her ;
health and renewed her strength.
Prices 50 cents ami $1.00. Get a Bottlo
at Fred A. Lcgg's Drug Store. '
Children Cry fojr.j
' Castorla.. I
BARKLEY FOR. SILVER
Repudiates the Republican
WILL NOT SUPPORT M'KINLEY
to, Submit' the Matter to
Hon. II. L. Barkley, of Woodburn,
Was In tho city today ror the llrst
time slnco his return rrom Ohio.
Asked as to reports that he would
tako the stump ror McKlnley ho said:
"I am opposed absolutely to the
money plank or the Republican plat
form and nm moro (Irmly in favor or
rrco coinage or silver than over bororc.
I have made no speeches lor McKln
loy nor do I intend to unless ho
comes out ror bimetallism uud re
pudiates tho St. Louis money plank
or the Republican platform. I am n
Republican In tho senso or tho past
history or tho party. That history
docs not tclioli mo tho gold standard.
I told tho Republicans when I was
nominated that I would never
support tho gold standard and
1 meant what I wild. I told
them ir tho Republicans In their
national convention made u Re
publican platform I would stand
upon it. I do not consider that It Is a
Republican platform, nnd 1 cannot
stand upon It."
"A Woodburn banker stated tho
other day that I should tako tlio
stump ror McKlnley or resign as a
member of tho legislature. My answer
tp that proposition was, call another
olectlou and I will make tho canvass
on freo silver straight and I will abldo
thd result. It was my Judgment
that tho party should havo mado tlio
canvass for Independent bimetallism
as it voted down tlio gold standard In
the stato convention."
"I expect to hold meetings In Ore-
I gon, California and washing ton In
tills campaign and do all In my power
for the cnus.o of Independent Amerl
Hon. II. L. Barkley was an antl
Dolph member or tlio last general as
sembly and was re-elected to tho leg
islature ror Marlon county last June,
Ho Is still a Republican.
School Board Meeting.
The board or school directors ror
district No. 24 held a meeting last
evening when tho following membors
wero present: II. A. Johnson, T. II.
Bruce, W. T. Chorrlnton and A.
Ohtuart. Minutes of previous meet
ing read and approved and the follow
ing bills wero ordered paid by war
rants drawn on tho treasurer for tho
respective amounts of the claims:
Peter Gcng, $200.20; O.II. Burggraf, $5;
Knox & Murphy, $25; Statesman, $3;
A. L. Pearson's application ror
position or writing teacher in public
schools was read und referred to Supt.
G. A. Peebles. Upon motion repairs
necessary to bo made to tho North
school were referred to Director
Jiruco authorizing him to tako such
action ns was best.
It was ordered that tho clerk assign
over certain certificates or tax-sale
upon various pieces or realty herein
before bought In by tho bchool dis
trict to F. E. Mlzo and others who
have paid in tlio costs and penalties
The national flags of the various
schools were placed In safo keeping or
the respective principals who will be
held responsible therefor.upon motion
or Director Chcrrlngton. After con
siderable discussion Monday, Septem
ber 21, was tho day decided upon for
opening school. Last year school
commenced two weeks later, Octo
Cellerycan stand an abundance or
Bucklea a Arnica Salt
'n,e be,t sUe In the world for Cuii,
Sores, Boies, Ulceri, Salt Utieuw, Few
and all Teller. Chapped hanJi. Chllblan,
HruUes, Skin Eruption, and positively cares
' rues or no pay required, it I cuaranteed to
lee sauiiiction or money reiunaeu.
cents a box. For sale by Fred A
COUNTY GOLD MINES
Better' Roads Needed for Their Complete
Next to tho 'Quurtzvlllo mines
which hro now being so successfully
worked by Mr. Lawler In tho Interests
of a foreign syndicate, thero Is prob
ably no mining section that Is at
present attracting so much attention
as tho prospecting camps on Gold
Creek about fifteen miles nbovo Elk
horn on tho Ltttlc North Fork of tho
Sautlam. All tho minors who hnvo
looked through t)ic gold fields of Ore
gon admit Hint this section or the
Sautlam country Is very rich In tho
yellow metal. There uro at present a
score or prospectors In the Gold 0'rcek
section and many' claims aro located.
v " '
On Saturday last L. L. Reaves, of
Salem, and J. P. Hurt, or Lebanon',
camo down from working on what Is
known as tho "Gold Bug" lcdget on
which there tiro now eight claims
taken. They speak In tho highest
terms of tlio prospects in this ledge,
and show somo samples of quartz
which aro declared rich by
those who know what oro Is. Tho
ledgo Is about 14 feet wldo, and con
tains a yeln or free gold oro about 10
Indies across, and. another of sul
phate of tho samo width, besides
other grades. Thoso ores havo not
uocn assayed, but fair Judges Bay thoy
would yield not less than $20 to the
"Silver IJoHar" IcadIs opq orhe
best In this region, and has for somo
years been held by Salem parties.
The Oregon City claim has been
taken for nearly 30 years, nnd others
for a shorter period. Tlio only diffi
culty has been in tlio lack of facilities
for getting in nnd out, which has
greatly Impeded tho developments, or
which nil well posted mon bcllovo to
bo somo of tho best mining ground oti
earth. It a good road was built Into
this section it would soon swarm
with hundreds or minors, and rich re
sults -would soon follow.
Tho route travoled now Is tho wagon
road up to Hcston's ranch, four miles
abovo Elkhoni, which can bo traveled
at any season of tho year. From this
point a trail Is taken along tho river
for about ten milcH to tho mouth or
Gold crook, noro the river bed Is left
and all travel must bo made on foot
up Gold creek for about threo miles
to tho mines. These aro located
about six miles southeast of Tablo
Rock and twenty miles, from tho sum
mit of tho Cascades at Mt. Jefferson.
Tho prospectors havo done not a llttlo
work to got tho trail Into fair shape,
end would contrlhuto a great deal of
labor and somo means to havd tho
road extended up to Gold creek. Tho
ranchers this side would also mako
great concessions nnd fender vnluablo
asslstanco for this much desired end.
Gates und Mill City aro both accessi
ble from Klkhorn by wagon road I
Sheriff M. C.Galtics.or Linn county,
was in tho city yesterday and obtained
requisition papors rromGovcrriorLord
on tlio Governor of Washington, for
ono James Shields who Is wanted at
Albany for lnrcency from a dwelling.
Sheriff Gaines left on tho moaning
local for Olyinpln where ho will scctiro
his man and return us soon as possible.
It seems Shields robbed u store of
window curtains to tho value of $50,
disposing of tho articles at a second
hand Store. Ho was Immediately ar
rested and arraigned before officials
wicn ho waived examination and was
bound over to the grand Jury. Ho was
released on bonds which ho promptly
furnished with relatives us sureties.
Shortly afterwards he left the city
and has recently bccli located and will
bo brought back to "faco tho music."
Shields Is the son of n highly respected
Albany family which lias tlio sym
pathy of a lurgo circle of friends.
Mr.J.Moody.ofEaglovalley.raisea. 0ur stock ot tan shoes must bo
700 tontt of alfalfa liny and hna a bg.ci0sod out before tho season Is over.
baud or cattle to reed It to.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Call for tho Executive Com
mittee to, Moot" 4
ORGANIZATION 0FTLHE COUNTY
To Bo Pushed Forward1.. in an 'Ag
gressive Manner. !
Wooonuim, Aug. 4. Special. Fol
lowing call or tho cliiilrmai? or 'tho
Marlon county bimetallic- Union has
been Issued teday: Tho Executive
Cotumltteoof MarlonCounty Bimet
allic Union arc requested to meet at
tlio Willanicttq Ho'tel,Salom, on Wed
ncsday,August 5th, 1800 at one o'clock
In tho afternoon, for tho purpose of
pcrrectlng tho county organization
and proparlng ror nn.nggrcsslvo camp
aign. E. P. Moroom,
Chairman Exccutlvo Committee
A number of prominent frcocolnago
advocates havo suggested that tho
friends of Bryan and Bimetallism
prepare to hold a ratification at Salem
after Bryan's acceptance Aug. 12.
Tho opponents of tlio gold standard
meet at Sllvorton on Saturday even
ing Aug. 8th, to orguhizo u bimetallic
Union. Tho cull is Issued by J.S.Cook,
county central committeeman. Hon.
II. L. Barkley of tills place, Just re
turned from tho cast;has consented to
speak. Thcro will bo othor speakers
prcsont and friends of bimetallism aro
urged to attend.
MIL MOnCOM'fl TLANH. ' ""
County Chairman E."'P. Morconi, in
co-oporatlen with tho Populist and
Democratic county chairmen uud all
workers in this cause proposes to havo
n bimetallic club organized In every
precinct In tho county, mako a school
house canvass and follow up wlth-a
mass meetings in the larger towns and
gonernl circulation of literature.
Friends or Bryan und bimetallism
arc urged to co-oporato In this work of
educating tho people. Tho gold
standard miichlno has copied tho poll
lists In cacli precinct or Oregon and
Hanna's barrel will bo drawn upon to
flood tho peoplo with gold standard In
formation in tho interest of McKln
ley und Hubart.
Mr. Mnrcom says tho friends of
bimetallism propose to conduct a cam
paign devoid of personality. Abuse
and mudsllnging will bo loft In tho
rear, facts and arguments will bo
(.brought to tho front. Tho opposition
will bo challenged everywhere to do
bato tho paramount Issuo und abldo
the result In true American fashion.
It will bo a gentlemanly campaign.
Scaled bids for furnishing wood for
tho court liouso will bo recolvod at
tho oillco of tlio county clerk until 2
o'clock p.m. on tho 5th day of August,
A. D., 1800, us lollews: For 70 cords
or polo onlc.and 20 cords of good, clear,
largo body fir.
Bids, however, will not bo rccolvcd
from one party or firm for moro than
from ilvo to fifteen cords of polo oak,
or for moro than live cords of largo
By order of tlio county court of
Marlon county, Oregon.
Dated utSalom, Oregon, this 10th
day of July, 1800.
L. V. Eiilen,
10 dot w3t Cflerk
i m i
It's In Town.
You'll Iw surprised.
Won't "yellow tlio clothes,"
Won't burn your bauds.
Nothing equals it.
Bettor than soap.
Extra largo packages.
SoapFoam Washing Powder, John
,b'eo Krausso Bros.
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.