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BY HOPRR BROTHBRS
mqnday, oct. g, iwo. Jackets and Wraps JTv
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H DAIIA LINU'IO POJITLANJ).
ft BTEAM'fc '
M Portland, 0:45 a. m.
Salem "ji. m.. except biinuay.
Quick lime, regular service mid cheap
. . . rates . . .
M. T. HALDWIN,
9 s9i s s y s s
Ulcst nnd beat line ever yet
M)uwn?3, 4, ?3 nnd W vnluos
letter ttiun ever. 87.50 to $10
kinds that will please She most
fastidious Value, style, 111 mid
finish illwlutely perfect.
THE LOCAL, CAMPAIGN.
Fancy Leather ficlte.
Look thdni over. Splendid as
sortment nil styles, 25C to 15c.
The harness belt. Very latest.
JUDGE A. S. BENNETT.
No two alike,
blow us, blues,
etc See them.
Gold Medal Black Goods. B3S83
Are guaranteed to wear. All ni'
put ferns, nu hack iiumbci, and
an iiiiuicrmu iinmii Uncut torhooi'
Capes and JacUcts&m&SSSSm.
Soiii" very slylNli g.tt incut, pcr
fect lilting, uhnlcc matei'fals and
Men's Clothing. 0
Our all-wool -mils fiom 10 to !."
are popular selleis.
, J, Dalrymple Co,
C. II. Lane was In Portland Satur
J. J. Hotter was a Portland busi
ness visitor today.
Squlie Farrar was a passenger for
Aurora Sunday morning.
13. ?. Ned was a Portland visitor
Sunday, going via the Salem local.
jCola Ncis left this morning for
Oregon City, Portland and Tacoma.
Superintendent A. N. Gilbert, of
the penitentiary, returned from Port
land Sunday morning.
Mrs. Thos. II. Reynolds, of Port
land, is visiting her husband, Wells
Fargo & Co's Agent.
Hon. Til. Ford returned this morn
ing from Gold Beach, Curry county,
where he has been attcnding'clrcult
Mrs. T. McF. Pattou and sister,
Miss Buss, have gone to Bedlands,
Cal., where they will rcsldo in the
E. Page, of the Page Wovenwlre
Fence company, of Adrian, Michigan,
is on tho fairgrounds with an exhibit
of woven wire fences, both ornamental
Geo. W. Weeks returned this mom
Ing from the upper valley where he
lias been looking up exhibits for the
dairy exhibit at the state fair.
A merry party of hopbuyers consist
ing of E. 0. Ilerren, J. R. Linn and
II. J. Ottenhclmcr, boarded the Salem
local this morning for Portland and
T. T. Geer left this morning on
another specchmaklng tour in Clacka
mas county. Today he speaks at
Marquam and Needy.
Mrs. A. I. Maglll, of LaGrange, Ga.,
who has been visiting her nephew,
Agsestant State Treasurer P. E. Hodg
kln, loft Saturday afternoon for her
Ami New Campaign Songs by the Mott
At lho.Aiir.oiy tonight will occur
one of the memorable rallies of the
Bryan campaign. .Judge A. S. Ben
nett of The Dalles will speak and the
Mott In) will sing some new hot
1'ainp.iluu Mings. Every friend of
Hryan and free coinage should be out
in I hear one of Oregon's ablest con-
THi: HKNNETT RALLY
it the Annoiy tonight will bean in-
tcieMlug one. Judge Bennett is said
by tljp Orcgonlan tobethe ablest man
on the stump in Otcgou. lie will
Interpret, the speeilie contract, law of
Oregon and show that the silver dol
lar Is just as good tu pay debts, with
as the gold dollar. The Mott boys
will sing some new songs.
.Judge Bennett will also show up the
conspiracy of the gold standard Dem
ocrats as McKlnley's allies In tholr
true light, and he cun do the subject
i O- ' ii i
Goldbugs cant bo very plentiful nt
Sclo. Dr. Colo, who was to address
tho people of that city on gold Rtand
nrdfsm had nothing but empty
benches for an audience so had t
leave without a hearing.
Monday's and Tuesday's
DG8-lnch Turkey rea tablo lined 24a a
04-lnch, extra heavy, lino bleached
table linan, 75o a yard. '" "
KM noli, extra heavy, unbleached ta
mo mien, -to a yarn.
'Albert" fast black hose, 8o; regu
lar 10c valuctM
"Albert" fast black seamless hose,
10c; regular J5o hose.
''Albert" fast black, seamless hose,
double solo, extra high special heels,
40 gattgo yarn, 22a a pair; regular 25o
34-lnch, changeable mixtures, 1'Ju u
3(1-1 nch, all wool ladies' cloth, 25c a
45-luch, nil wool serges, 3So yard.
All our value nt cost. Want one?
.Willis Bros, & Co,
She C'ashJ Dry Goods, Clothing and
Rtgdon and Moorea at Sunnyside,
The Joint debate at Sunnyside be
tween lions. W. T. Rlgdon and C. B.
Moorcs came oil Saturday evening as
advertised. Mr. Rlgdon lead oil and
Moores-followed. The debate was
quite spirited from the start. The
best of attention was given by the
large audleuce. Tho voters present
from the neighborhood stood about
three for Bryan nnd one for McKlnley
but the lack of McKlnley voters from
the neighborhood was made up by
delegations from Salem, Jefferson,
and the Reform school, enough to
about balance the audience. Mr.
Rlgdon sustained his reputation of
stating truths and truths only, and
showed up the false answers which
Mr. Mitchell made to the question
asked him in the Opera house. He
utterly exploded the goldbug theory
of the present disparity between gold
and silver, more particulary Mr.
Moores statement of overproduction
of sllvor since 1873. Although Mr.
Moores undertook to mislead his
audience on the question of produc
tion by showing that there have been
more ounces of silver produced than
ounces of gold, and when Mr. Rlgdon
insisted that he should read by dol
lar's worth In accordance with our
present ratio, Mr. Moorcs refused to
read the production in that way. Mr.
Moores also refused to lead -the aver
age price of legal tender, In gold,
dining the year when the iirst bonds
were being purchased with depreci
ated currency. Mr. Moorcs stated
that tho average price was 05 cents
but he positively refused to read the
otliceal statement handed him by Mr.
Rlgdon which gives the average per
year from 1801 to 1870, which was
front 88 to 50 cents, as to tho bonds
Mr. Moores and Rlgdon took Issue
and to tho satisfaction of every un
predjuced mind. Mr. Rlgdon prov cd
by olllcinl documents that tho bonds
Issued during tho war wero for
"Lawful money" and those issued
under the resumption act were both
principal and Interest payable In
coin. He also read tho Mathews re
solution of 1878 which passed
both houses more than two
to one, Major McKlnley voting
for it, declaring that all the obli
gations of tho government aro pay
able in silver dollars at 412 grains 000
lino, thus foreversettllng tho question
of honest payment of the national
The debate lasted two hours and a
half hours and no doubt did the cause
of Independent American bimetallism
no injury. Mr. Rlgdon-, showed him
self a master of tho subject under dls
"""A Brynnclub rally at Rtayton Frl-
colorings in oay eu-uingurougni out, a uew ieauire
Jut opened, a cavalry parade with 75 horsemen
In line, The town hall would 't hold
half tho crowd and the meeting wnsi
adjourned in Woodmen hall, Hon.
Green B. Cornelius was the principal
(J recti H, Cornel I us and Horace
Mann speak at Mehamit tin. (.unlay
night, Wlldrc the Mntflnloy ,urit!
Have" hold tilt! fort four loonc'leh""
forei But silver sentiment h gww
There will be il grain! Biynh Hilly
Monday (October 4 J at Mt. AtigUl,
with four speakers.
"Wc are the only Democrats.''
Gold standard variety.
Manager Moores, Eof the Capital
Lninber Co., performed a rcllgio.is
duty Sunday. He Is a devout McKln
ley worshiper and for fear any or his
friends might hot know where he
stood he posted "McKlnley and Pros
perity," posters all over the lumber
yard. If McKlnley is elected no
more paying off In slab fuel.
There will be a political tally at
Rickey school house Thursday even
ing this week.
A large crowd assembled at St. Paul
Saturday evening to hear the truth
about Bryan and bimetallism. Great
The Butteville Bimetallic club had
a splendid rally Saturday night
speeches by Frank Clarno of Portland
and L. W. Gulss of Woodburn.
By a misunderstanding the Mott
boys went to Woodburn to sing cam
paign songs Saturday, when the meet
ing Is there Thursday October 0. The
boys are wanted at Silverton, October
31, when both McKlnley and Bryan
clubs will hold rival demonstrations
the same day. The "brothers three"
will prove the great drawing card on
At Sunnyside the crowd would have
filled the school house twice to bear
Moores and Rlgdon. Both gentlemen
Were on their mettle, but Rlgdon pro
duced authorities for every statement
made while Moorcs had no authorit
ies but his own say-so. Rlgdon speaks
atMt. Angel tonight.
Judge Olmstead's dates are can
celled owing to sickness In the family.
See list of appointments for Bryan
Hon. J. J. Whitney will speak at
Stayton this evening and at Silverton
Tuesday evening. Judge Whitney
spoke at Salem Saturday night before
a large house. He held the closest at
tention to the end and makes a con
vincing argument. Silver men every
where should turn out good houses, as
tho entire goldbug campaign now con
sists of displays of enthusiasm and
wind to carry doubtful voters.
TO KNOCK OUT BRYAN.
(&intlmie1fironi first page.)
electnr'a Democrats, and that will
bedone'Undoubledly. Tills will pre
vent tlfe' county, clerks front printing
the Hryun electors ns Democrats, If it
succeeds, bat will Hever pteVetit Dew
jwmtlit voters from voting fur theru.
Tlia iVimmiitllo part? or Oregon Is'gp
to iw fllsWitfljhiscrlf TKcliliifcyVrfllJ
oldulfi ImilkriM hml ulclHtv call Uc f
coiiipflrtll ilhlt k'sttlt. The lliyall J
dlcvtois from Oregon will be Knocked
out It technicalities and tilckcry can j
do it. But the people's union move
ment for Biyan and Independent
American, Bimetallism in -Oregon
cannot Uc" th vui led in that way.
The win of the "people cannot be
thwarted or- overthrown by sharp
practice at the last minute. j
TUB DEMOCRATS. j
Geo. E. Chamberlain tiled today
with the Secretary of State Kincald a
brief in reply to Zera Snow .counsel for
the gold Democrats:
F. A. E. Starr, chairman of the
Democratic state central committee '
and George C. Stout, secretary of the
Democratic state central coinuiitlee,
in answer to the protest by Zera
Snow on behalf of Thomas G. Greene,
Robert Catlin and others as nationa
Democrats, deny all the allegations
" ' D
"" e Ji
All school books
used in the Salem
public schools at
? Pencils, etc,
!cva i- sa Sx v
( ia J vsvl? vjo'
Notice is hereby given that I have
on hand funds applicable to the pay-
Tniint riT nil W'lrrfttifc nf flic, rtltt. if
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oiiiuiu, uiiinii nu mi- Kuiiuiui l null, iiiiu
I ,niflin.ri(l linfin f ViiiiiiU,in Oi 1Ult
and say It does not appear that any , Illtere-,t, will cease on said warrants
nominations whatever were at any liom and after the dateof this notice,
time made or certificates of nouil-' E J. Swafforo,
nation made, completed or filed with ?r .. . City Treasincr.
viiiiim v.'itr ; ii .
I Ollllll, kJUjIV. -., i7.
'Wo must prevent a square vote on
the silver question. That's our only
hope or we are boat." Gold Standard I
Home From Kansas.
Capt. and Mrs. J. Q. Barnes, of the
New York Racket, who left for
Sallna, Kas.ton September 1, in re
sponse to a telegiam, announcing the
sudden death of Mrs. Barnes' father,
David Emmctt, returned to Salem by
tho Salem local last evening. Capt.
and Mrs. Barnes were accompanied to
Salem' by Mrs. Mary L. Emmett and
MlssJ Eliza Barnes, mother and aunt
respectively, of Mrs. Barnes, who will
make their future home In Salem.
Asked as to the political situation in
Kansas, Capt. Barnes, who is an ar
dent supporter of McKlnley and
Ilobart, stated that the result of the
election in Kansas next November
would be very close. "In conversing
with many prominent men," said Mr.
Barnes, "I have concluded that tho
Bryan movement lit Kansas is on the
wane." Wltllo in the. "sunflower"
state, Cant, and Mrs. Barnes snmir,
some time In tho city of McPherson,
whero Mr. Barnes was formerly en
gaged In a business similar to that
which he Is so successfully conduct
ing in Salem. They wero absent
front Salem about live weeks.
Editor Joubnal: The Statesman
has repeatedly published that I had
left the Populist ranks, nnd was going
to vote for McKlnley. Tills Is false.
I shall vote nnd work for Bryan and
Wntson, tllo Populist nominees of th"o
St. Louis convention. The editorials
in the Statesman aro very unreliable
politically. I wish to state now and
forever that I cannot vote for any
party that waits for the consent of
any foreign nation as to what we
Your truly, R.R.Ryan.
you by or In behalf of any party In the
state of Oregon known as the Demo
ctatic paity, except a nomination
made, cet titled and accepted, of W.
W. Oglesby. They assert that it was
perfectly competent for the chairman
or secretary of any committee of tho
Democratic party, either as chairman
or secretary or as a committee of tho
Democratic party, to certify to the
nomination of E. Ilofer, M. L. Olm
stead, Harry Watklnsor N. L. Butler,
as tile nominees for presidential elec
tors in behalf of the Democratic partjj,
or tne state or uregon.
They assert that the certification to
the nomination of the parties above
objected to as Democrats, by the said
F. A. E. Starr and George C. Stout, is
by authoilty of law and by authority
conferred by the Democratic party of
the state of Oregon In convention or
"And for a further answer to the
said piotest the said F. A. E. Starr
and the said George C. Stout, allege
that thisbald F. A. E. Starr is the
duly elected, qualilied , and acting
chairman -of the Democratic state
central committee of, the state or
Oregon. Tiiat the said George C.
Stout Is the duly elected, qualified
and acting secretary of tho Demo
cratic state central committee o'f the
state of Oregon.
"That it appears by the records in
your office that the Democratic Mate
convention of the state of Oregon
held at Portland, Or., on the 0th day
of April, 189G, duly nominated for
presidential electors for said state J.
J. Whitney, W.; W. Oglesby, Edward
Killfeather and J. M. Carroll. That
the said J. J. Whitnev. Edward Kin.
feather and J. N. Carroll failed to file
their certificates of nomination, re
fused to accept the same and regu
larly resigned from said 'olllccs. That
the said W. W. Oglesby filed his nom
ination in your ofllco and afterwards
regularly resigned. That the resiena-
tlon of said electors are tiled in your
"That tliereaf ter the said P. A. E.
Starr and George C. Stout, acting as
chairman and secretary p(f thcDerno-
nuwu siaie central committee
of tlc stato pf Oregon
and acting undor a resolution
passed by said convention authorizing
them to 1111 all vacancies that should
occur in the electrial ticket in said
state, filled said vacancies by nomi
nating N.L. Butler, E. nofer, M. L.
Olmstead and Harry Watkins as Dem
"That thereafter M. L. Olmstead
duly filed his resignation of said nom
ination and In place thereof and act
ing under tho authority aforesald.the
said F. A. E. Starr and George C,
Stout certilied the nomination of W.
n. Spaughas Democratic elector in
the place of M. L. Olmstead, resigned.
"That all of the foregoing facts ap
pear front tho rocords on iilo In your
Special Salk. Of kid gloves all
the latest Importations at "l?hj
i Leader" millinery store Friday.
2C Monday and fuS5
JJ jS rf J " 1
Ladies' heavy ribbed fleece lined vests
Ladies' heavy ribbed fleece lined Union suits''! ' ' " ' " ' ',
All Lines Redur. .
a . -
I I '&' ftSzi v i'(f l Aj mr y y 5
257 Commercial st.
We have established parlors at the CIIATWIN HOUSE, SALEM, where
nllv lnvilFtl fnr rmisnltflfinn. nilvirp. trntmpnt nnrl tMlimnnl.l. nt.l...-i r
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solicit investigation of tils wonderful "PANACEA" fur the "manv lll ,1,,. ilhW
." Pnrlors open daily. Houn.,-10 to 12 m., 2 to 4 and G to 8 n. m. SurH.v. , ..V?"
. If you prefer 11, write and our repiesentative will call. ' r
E D. J3LIJVI, Resident Agent, Sale
Delicious Maple Syrup -v - -,"
"Like 7 iioJ last, yjear1
HflRRITT 5 LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery,
"The WorloVBeater Soap people "
The editor of the Statesman who
emetged fiom the Democratic party
only a few months since has an edi
torial Sunday that all shquld cut out
and save for Its superior political
wisdom. It is headed: "Insulting
and foolish." It refers to Mr. Bryan
as a candidate "whose sense of honor
is so pliable, ets."
After appealing to all churches and
secret societies to rally their forces
for McKlnley, it concludes:
"They will not vote away the com
forts of themselves, their wives and
little ones away and down to hard
competition with the Japanese, and
uuinesoanct tno Mexicans living on
rice and rats, beans and red popper,
ilceping on the ground or in houses
that cost only a few dollars, and re
quiring almost no clothing at all."
an array of argument
about rats, red pepper and beans, that
any one should still refuse to vote for
McKlnley and the gold standard is
simply preposterous and outrageous.
After Wm.Brown & Co.haye plastered
the county with posters' saying they
will pay 12 cents a pound tor wool If
McKipley is elected, and the States.
jnap has told you that rice and rats is
all you wW Ijave to eat If you don't
vote for McKlnley, there ouglt not bo
a isryan vote left in the county. Wm,
Brown & Co. are not saying what they
willpay for hops if McKlnley's elected,
because hops already have a duty of 8
cents a pound, or for wheat that has a
duty of 20 ;cents a bushel. And yet
hops and wheat go right up steadily
Jnfacpof the free silver agitation.
remaps- .u tne agitation proceeds
wool may begin to rise too, and we
may yet all be saved living on rice and
rats, and red pepper nnd beans. In
the meantime if you want nurn wis.
You Can Save Money
by buying your under
wear, hosiery ,yarn, gloves,
umbrellas, mackintoshes at
The Ladies1 Bazaar,
Closing out sale. Goods
must be sold, Going out
D, W, Fraser, Salem,
nURLEY BERNARDL In Salem,
Saturday evening. October 3, 1896,
Katie Hurley to Joseph A. Bernardl.
Yesterday was rally day at the Con
gregational church when the Sunday
school conducted the exercises be
tween 12 and 1 o'clock p. m. A pro
gram appropriate to the occasion, was
well carried out and the ifall and win
ter campaign as proposed by the Sun
day school was successfully lauuehed.
Sunday morning the Berean bible
class of the First Presbyterian Sunday
school held its semi-annual election
when the following ofllcers were
elected for the ensuing six months;
President, A. McGill; ylce-presldent,
Sam Burcham; secretary, Miss Anna
Welch; treasurer, Miss Powell. This
evening the Y. P. S. C. E. will hold
Its annual election of nniPAra Th
election will be preceded by a short
program. All members of the society
are especially urged to be present.
New York.fcOct. 5. -Silver,
Chicago. Oct. 5 Hogs-'Li-'hi
3.43; neavy 2,oow3 30.
Cattler-Beeves ot3.5o5.os; cowi.
Sheep Good steady.
Chicago. Oct. 5 Wheat, cash CfiV.c.
PORTLAND MARKET. A
Portland, Oct. 5- Wheat valley, 6
Walla Walla, 56. ' '
Flour Portland, 2.75; Benton county,
2-7S5 graham, 3.50; superfine, I2.15 per bbl,
yats-White,'3o32cj grey, 93i;rofleJ,
in bags, $4.25S-25. barrel, 4.5o7oi
Potatoes.. Oregon, 45855c per sack
Hay.. Good, toio.50 per ton
Wool. .Valley, 8gc Eastern Oregon
Poultry- Chickens, mixed, $23.oo; broil.
ers, $1 252.25; ducks, J2a3; geese, $56;
turWv:, live, 10.
Iliaes.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under
60 lbs 44jc; sheep pelts, io70c.
Hops Contracts for new crops are bei8
made at 6a6c.
Butter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 3545J
fancy dairy, 25(3)35; fair to Rood, 2o2ijft
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9.
Eggs.. Oregon, I7j20c per doz.
Beef . . Topsteers, 2.252.4o per lb; fau
to good steers, 2 M2 3'S! cowi i'i2Mc
dressed beef, 3ji4Mc-
SAN FKANClbCO MARKET.
San Francisco. Oct. S. Wheal, loaJi'
Wool.. Oregon choice,io$iicj inferior
7c, valley, 8ac.
Hops Quotable at 24c for old.
Potatoes 253oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 87(92,.
Wheat. .52c per bu., market firm.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, 7.oo7.25J, timothy
Flour.. In wholesale ;iots, 2.80; retail,
3.00; bran, bulk n.5012.50j sacked, 12.00;
shorts, 12.5013.50J chop feed, I!.oo
Poultry.. Hens 5c; Spring chickens, 5dll..
Hogs.. Dressed, 23K
Live Cattle.. I ji2.
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.
Wool.. Best, I2ytc.
Hops.. Best, 45c-Eptrs.-Cash.
Butter.. Best dairy, 15 c; fancy creamery
Cheese I2c '
Farm Smoked' Meats Uacci. 6c;haol
90; shoulders, 5c J
Potato? . , 40c per bu
ReecJ's Opera House
PATTON BROS.,Lqcal Minsters.
One Night Only,
All applications for my assistance
during this campaign should bo ad
dressed to the Rryan Headquarters,
TY, T, RlODON.
dom on tho political situation rnnrt
IllVrt llrtvr. l-ij. ... il..i. t.
..u n.viPiuiousK inasyou certify aunuay Statesman editorial
w.u ujuues 01 saia parties a3 Demo- again,
Cnttio electors nn linlinlf nt !. Tl... I
,. vu,m ml iuc -LU1UU-
cratlc party of this state, and the
said certificates of said nomlmtrlnna
herein referred to filed in your, olllce
The Best Families
buy their fruits a), Branson & Co. 'a
grocery, because there they find tho
best in the market.
Soap Foam Washing Powder
will not make the clothes yel-
hereby aro madejpart of this answer, low, nor burngthe hands,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
For Bargains in Everufhing-?7oininerciaisfreef.
Our.Matkw....Spot Cash; Quick.. Sales-ahd small ' Profited S
RmrsjdAmpnt. fivr.nwrdlnary I Til'
sensation of the century. Ps
Keogh's vivid picture of greater eff
York. The phenomenal, successful
and stupendous scenic production,
On the BOTOY
Tho all-conquering cast still led on by
the nero of Two Continents,
Champion bridge Jumper of the world
and King of the Bowery, Sowin?
Brodleln his Picture-Lined Bowery
Ilesortand in a tiiniunK caf
The Brooklyn Bridge
nThe Bowery out and indoors. Ckat.
ham Square at night. Pier Trcnt)'
three, East Blyer. $ 000jfl?? X
Bridge scene. ?Tho river under tge
bridge. Triumph of scenip ait vJJ
mhsfcjinvel. unfaue and" plcturesq
. auowTof modern times. .-Pun?Da
2- sa'tion. Striking spe1",
, loads of .elaborate scenery and proper.
fa'eats on sale at Patton's,