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SALEM.OllEGOKVEDESBATi. OCTOBElt 21. lv96.
ggrHgS&S&S ILLINOIS POPULISTS
,n?r,.r.nwniinUtvof roods for the east moncv In IUL.IIIUIU I Ul UL.IUIU
1 7 .i. cmiA minlltv of iroods for tlic least moncv in
t her words, where, they can get five articles for tlic
sjuiie money as they would get only four for at other
Favor Bryan Regardless of
A GEORGIA POPULIST FLUNKS.
offers you first-class goods in about this proportion.
Their stock of men's and boys' clothing ana overalls
is of excellent quallto, at also their
Bryan in Ohio-Illinois Day at Can
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line of boots and shoes from ladies' and children's tine
to men and boys' line and coarse shoes and boot.
They are all sold at racket prices: aho their under
wear sor ladies, gents and children. Their line or
gloves hosiery, hatsand caps, rubber shoes and boots
ot all kinds, of the best make, and sold as cheap as
possible, wool yarn of all grades, and sold at racket
prices. Call and save 15 to 25 per cent.
THE WILLAMETTE HOTEL
LEADING HOTEL OF TIIE CITY.
nr,,l men. Manacement lioeral. Electric can. leave hdel ior nil public buildings
nd points of interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons.
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Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
ardenHose. 1 . . , n imcycies,
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-EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
E. C. HANSEN, MANAGER.
mysoolfcorse, used. Satisfaction guaranteed. Stable back of Statel Insurance block
into buying anything anything in
the vay of
until you have seen our line and
got our prices, We know where
of we speak when we say that
Pur $10 Black Clay Worsted
is the cheapest suit ever offered
in the city, A new line of over
coats and hats just arrived and are
offering them at prices that defy
competition, Remember the place
120 STATE STREET.
WASMNGTON.Oct. 21. Senator But
ler today, received a letter from F. S.
Norton, of Illinois, a favorite enndi
date of the middle of the road Popu
lists for presidential nomination at
the St. Louis convention, is announc
ing his support for Bryan is advising
the Populists everywhere to assist in
Bryan's election and postpone tlic
settlement of minor differences with
tlic Democrats until after election.
Populist Elector Withdraws.
Atlanta, Oct. 21. A bombshell
was exploded In political circles here
todad, by Dr. W. II. Felton, the Pop
ulist nominee for elector, -withdrawing
his name from the ticket and
pledging his support to McKluley.
His course is construed by many as
indicating tills to be a general defec
tion to McKlnlcy from the Populist
tanks In Georgia, on account of the
treatment of the Populist proposition
for a fusion at the hands of the Dem
ocratic state committee.
Bryan in Indiana.
Richmond, Ind., Oct. 21. Bryan
tills morning entered Indiana. He
retired at 1:30 Inst night after speak
ing at Tillln, Ohij, and arose this
morning at 8:30 at Greenville where
he spoke to a large crowd.
Rushville, Ir.d.' ' Oct 21, The
train bearing the Bryan party ar
rived at Cambridge nearly an hour
late. A live minutes' stop was to
have been made, but Bryan was taken
to the fair ground?, where he spoke
tit some length. The crowd numbered
thousands. Bryan was unable to get
from ills carriage to the speaker's
Gone to -See McKinley.
Canton, Oct. 21. Today is Illinois
day, and trains are bringing delega
tions from all parts of that state to
greet McKinley. Colonel William R.
Rend, of Chicago, formerly a promi
nent Democrat.ls chief marshal of the
Will Support Bryan,
ouiOAao, Oet.S2l.Rev, Dr. If W,
Thomas, the most widely known
minister In the church, who has al
ways been a Republican, says he will
MnOTnEi.iEn. Vt.. Oct. 21. Hon.
Justin Morrill was tills afternoon re.
elected United States senator uy dowi
houses of tlic Vermont legislature, in
Details of Massacre.
Lonpon, Oct. 21.-A Berlin dis
t.ii tn the Dallv News, saya: "Th
St. Petersburg Viedomosti gives de.
tails of the Van massacre, securea
from fugitives who have arrived at
El Chmiadzln. They declare no Ar
,oninnR ure left in the Van district.
Tho Kurds, declaring they were, exe-J
cutlng the sultan's wm HjPFPieijr
butchered the men and kidnapped the
prettiest tvomen and girls, and threw
the children Into a pits intended for
storlogcorn, and burled them alive,
Two iN&ANij.-Ilobt. J, Mc Ilwajn
aged 40 years, and Wenzol SchulU,
aged 50 years, both of Clapsop county,
were today committed to the asylum,
The former was a manlap brought In
a straight Jacket.
Bicycle JlESSENOEna Speedy and
sure, Ring telephone 40 or blue boxes.
HON. J. B. MONTGOMERY.
The Portland Free Coinage Republican
On the Stump.
Hoh. J. B. Montgoniery,of Portland,
n capitalist and lifelong Republican,
who, until he read McKinley' accept
ance, was a supporter of tho ijt. Louis
platform, Is now on the stomp for
He speaks at Brownsville Oct. 22,
Sclo Oct. 23, and Malcay ptV. 24th.
Mr. Montgomery should bc(glvcn a
hearty reception by tbe friends of
Bryan and Bimetallism. . ,
Of course, no McKlnleylbe who Is
going to swallow Mark Hnnnli, gold
buggery and all, will go to hoar Mon
tgomery whoideclares lie Is ajRcpnb
llcan and intends to remain one but
supports Bryan In this canvass because
he Is for free coinage and McKinley is
for the gold standard. t
Those Republicans who stllhpossesji
the Independent tuanhooito ll)ink for
themselves, and who are patriots
enough to wish prosperity fo?the rest
of mankind will go to hear ftujan like
Mr. Montgomery has travelled all
over Europe, has attended Interna
tional conferences, Is acquainted with
the leading btmetalllats of both con
tinents, and presents a scientific ar
raignment of the gold stancfard, and
Indictment or Its malign operations
that no man with the Intelligence of
a prairie dog can withstand. No man
can hear Montgomery nnd prcfend to
be a bimetalllst and support McKinley
and his gold standard crew.
The Salem Hospital.' a
Will be the recipient of a benefit at
the Reed this evening, Dr. DJaKan
net, the, Russian travcler,wlll present
his entertainment, consisting of
sterco-clectrleal views of scenespuado
ramousby events of, stirring nature.
The student, the asthetle, tho Jncrry
hearted, and tho thorough going
business man, can each find 'some
thing to amuse and entertain and at
the same time can aid the hospital In
its good work for the suffering.' Tho
cause Is a worthy one. Dr. Kannet is
an interesting talker while his, illus
trations arc very line. Admission to
all parts of the house, 25 cents. Gal
lery ticke'ts for pupils of t the public
schools, 10 cents.
Wedding at Mt. Angel.
Thursday, October 20th 1890, it the
home of tho bride, Miss, Flora'vBack
.yens, married to JutUicAv-.-Hurscii,
leather Dominic officiating. At the
same time the bride's .parents, Mr.
Mrs David Back, celebrated their
silver jubilee. The event was at
tended by nearly a hundred relatives
and friends. A grand wedding din
ner was served and a most enjoyable
time was had A large number of
presents were lecelved, and all Joined
In tho heartiest congratulations of
the old and the new couple.
Broke Two Records. J. J.
Bottger returned last evening from
Victoria where he has been In attend
ance at homo-races In which his .popu
lar Imported Endymion participated
with'rcaults most satisfactory to Its
proud owner. Ho establshed now
records for H mile and U mile handi
cap covering the two distances In
exactly 2:17 3-5 each.
Bbfobf rffiNpiNQ-East- far your
wall naner you should bring your
samples and seo what we can do, Wo
will duplicate any or mc papers au
vertlsed by Chicago houses at the
same prices and save you much an-
npyance by waiting, no sure to oring
your samples for comparison. Buren
& Hamilton. 10-tf
The Grand TniuuNH. Tlte a rand
Tribune, Knights or Pythias for
the domain of Oregon, met In this
city Tuesday afternoon, and elected
L. R. Stinson, recorder. L. M. Curl,
a delegate to the grand lodge, became
a member of the Tribune. The soci
ety holdB ten iiieoUpgt each year, six.
h Salem and four in Portland.
State Association. Rev. C. E,
Kllewer, of the German Baptist
church in Salem, went to Portland
this morning. He will attend the
state association of his church denom
ination, which meets at Bethamy
(h Is week.
Jubt Received. At the New York
Racket a lot of linen and coton lace?,
emhroderIeHt ribbons, gloves, handker
chiefs, tics, collars, cutrs.and all kinds
of notions. Call and see them.
The. Ladies and Gents, The stock
of underwear for ladles.genwanclcnu
drcn at the New York Racket Is com
I plete, and all sold at racket prlces.call
I and lay In a supply when neededl
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A Fall of 2 1-2 Cents In Cess
Than Onfc Hour.
GHICAG01, MARKET IN A WHIRL
Inactivity Removes the Sustaining
Chicago, Oct 21. yWheat was In a
whirl again today, ltsturtcd with a
break of nearly two cents a bushel,
almost as soon as trading began. De
cember wheat, which closed at 78),
opened this morning with trades nil
tho way from 77l77J. At 10 o'clock
went to 781.
The descent continued with scarcely
a jialt. At 10:35, December was
quoted at 7pi, loss 2 cents In about
Liverpool. Oct. 21. Cables came
higher early but only reflected tho ad
vance here or yesterday. Later cables
Indicated a weakness abroad. Another
weakening Influence was the heavy
northwest receipts, Which were fully
up to the highest mark of last year.
At tlie opening wheat was almost un
salable. Short 'Interest had been
driven to cover yesterday and their
Inactivity removed the usual sustain
ing Influences. Armour was credited
with being a big seller. Corn was de
cidedly wcak,not only from the course
of wheat but from tho indifferent
ciblcs. Oats were quiet and weak.
Liverpool, Oct. 21. Wheat market
hear was firm today and without tho
rccurrenc of the excitement of yester
days close. There was a decline of
about 2d from Mondays price 7s.
San Jrh-ANOisco, Oct. 21. Theio
was another drop in wheat In the
local tnurkct this morning following
Chicago lower quotations. December,
which closed yesterday at 1481 per
cental and opened this mornlfjg at
1401 but at tho end of the second ses
sion closed firmer at 1471, May wheat
closed yesterday at 1S3, opened today
at 150 and closed at the end of second
session of the produce exchange at
151. Business was light and bidding
London, Oct. 21. Wheat oponcd
firm. At the Baltic there was heavy
trading and prices recovered to Mon
days extreme ratas. On mark Lane,
English wheat,spot was a shilling and
foreign wheat a 0 pence to 0 pence
dearer over Mondays prices with a
steady demand. Flour showed a shill
BERLIN WHEAT FIRM.
Berlin, Oct. 21. Tlte whoat mar
Upt today opened active on tho Amer
ican advices. At tho close prices were
2 to 2 marks per thousand kilos
better than yesterday.
MARKET ACTIVE IN PARIS.
PARis.Ost. 21. Wheat hero opened
Weak, hut at the close prices were firm
at 25 cents times per hundred kilos
under yesterday's prices. Market was
active at close.
CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Today's Transactions in the Various
The petition of Matilda M. Lay
man for permission to sell tho per
sonal property of the estate that the
expenses of tho administration and
claims against tho estate might be
cancelled, has been granted by County
Judge Q. P. Terrell.
August W. Zlmmermaiin and Har
riot. Ti. Kirk was the linnnv cnunle to
whom County Clerk Ehlcn Issued a
inarrlago llccnso Tuesday.
Sheriff F. T. Wrlghtman yesterday
inndo another turn over of 1805 delin
quent taxes to County Treasurer G. L.
Brown. Tho amount of Tuesday's
payment was $1,577.75, which leaves a
delinquent tax list for 1895, 20,728.81.
A marriage llrcnso was today
granted F. W. Wlntcrmantlo and
Edna Nye, the consent of tho bride's
father having been obtained, since
she Is but 17 years or ngc.
Tho final account or D. W. Llchcn
tlialer, as guardian of tho persons and
estates of Grace G. and Joslo L. Par
rlsh, minor heirs of Jcnnlo L. Par
risli, deceased, wns today filed with
County Clerk Ehlcn. Guardian also
asks guardianship to bo closed, the
heirs having long since attained their
The following is the semi-annual
report or the county clerk or Marlon
county, showing tho amount and
number or claims allowed by tho
county court or said county, for what
allowed amount of wurrnnts drawn
and amount of warrants outstanding
and unpaid, from tho llrst day of
April, 1800, to tho 30th day or Septem
ber, 1800, Inclusive:
Act Alwd Claims Aid. Amt.
Roadundbrldgo... .213 $0,288 08
Pauper 100 3,300 38
Criminal 404 2,082 18
Special loan 7 2,700 00
Stationery 110 2,240 30
Court house and Jail. 112 li,845 41
Clerk 0 3,220 08
Recorder 8 1,010 00
Sheriff 8 3,453 08
Military 18 345 00
Bailiff 5 108 00
School Supt 8 080 10
County Judge 7C0 00
Co commissioners.... 18 228 25
Rtinervisor 2 58 00
Insano 33 222 50
Election 223 1.378 28
Jury 31 523 40
Coronci' 00 388 80
Treasurer 0 COO 00
Fuel 10 148 00
Assessor 11 5,037 25
DIstAtty. 05 75140
Bounty 370 407 13
Tux rebates 2 10 04
Legal services 0 151 30
Indigent soldiers.... 41 325 20
School examiners. ... 0 78 00
Stock insnector 5 252 00
Surveyor 7 52 80
Miscellaneous 1 30
Canada thistle 2 35 00
Rebate of fees 1 3 50
Tho amount of outstanding unpaid
county warrants on the 30th of Sep
tember was $00,530 34.
Estimated Interest accrued
thereon 2,030 10
In replevin caso of Goflln vs. Elder
Idgo ct al involving about 400 sacks of
wheat, Jury returned verdict In favor
Ray Bottcngor and C. F. Llbby, In
dicted on separate charges of burgarly
o wheat from near Sllverton, were ar
raigned before Judgo Burnett Tuesday
and plead guilty to tho charge. They
will be sentenced at 10 a. m. Friday.
Ed. Bobb, who was found guilty of
burglary from Med. Hamilton's saloon
and sentenced to 1J yoars Imprison
nient,was today taken to tho peniten
tiary. In case of Elizabeth S. Rico vs. Ilel
len Storaslo, plaintiff's motion to
strike out cost bill overruled.
Grand jury was discharged this
morning having submitted no report
and having visited none of tho county
ofllces. This is unusual since It is
customary to examine the various
county ofllces and also the poor farm.
At 1:15 p. tu. today court adjourned
till 0 a, in. Friday. No additional
entries were mado on the docket this
FOR CRIMINAL ABORTION.
Dr. O, B. Estes, of Astoria, Found
Guilty by State Medical Board.
At a meeting of tho state medical
board last ovcnlng, held In the office
of Dr. Cuslck, of this city, Dr. O. B.
Estes, of Astoria, was examined on
the charge of criminal abortion and
was pronounced guilty of tho crime
and his medical license was revoked.
All members of the board were
present, viz: Dr W. II. Saylor, of
Portland Dr. W. E. Carl, of Oregon
City; Dr. W. A. Cuslck, of Salem' Dr.
McConncll, of Nowbcrg and Dr. E. B.
Miller, of Cortland, who Is secretary
of tho board.
John A. Carson, of Salem, acted as
council for the board, and W. D. Win
ton, of Astoria, for the defendant
The complaint against Dr. Estes 4
was sworn out by Dr. Oswald Beck-
man. The witnesses examined for
the prosecution were Sophia Shultz,
upon whom tho alleged operation was
performed, Dr. J. A. Pulton and Dr.
E. I. Jnnscn. The witnesses examined
for tho defense, besides Dr. Estes,
were O. W. Dunbar, John E. Gratke,
R. Seafclt, Mrs. W. W. Parker, Mrs.
Green and Mrs. Geary. Affidavits of
04 people of Astoria, testifying as
to the character of tho defendant,
also introduced by tho defense.
There wcro exciting scenes during
the trial, when Dunbar on tho stand
said ho had not only heard reports
derogatory to tho character of tho de
fendant, but of every other physician
In Astoria. Dr. Bcckman was Im
mediately upon his feet, nnd chul-
Jengcd the witness to point out tho
man that had aspersed his character.
A friend of Dr. Estes furnishes tho
"Tho greatest farce of a trial, or ox
amlnatlon,by what Is called thostato
board ot physicians, was had here last
ovcnlng In tho office of Dr. Cuslck.
Dr. O. B. Estes, of Astoria, was ac
cused of a woman of tho worst kind of
reputation, of having performed an
nbortion on her. Tho chargo was
brought by four doctors, whom it
would appear are envious of Dr.Estcs'
enormous practice. It was proven by
many witnesses, both gentlemen and
ladlcB, that tho woman Is a disreput
able character and a blackmailer. Yet
her testimony was accepted by this
Jury of doctors,abovo an abundance of
testimony by rcputablo ladles and
It was to bo seon as soon as tho court
wont Into session that Estes had no
show. It was so stated in tho room by
witnesses for thodefeusc. It was plain
to bo seen that It was all fixed.
Tho caso will bo carried to tho courts
where It Is expected that Justice will
A Fine Line. Tho Now York
Racket has a fine Uno of men's mack
intoshes, and ladles low priced gos
samers, also a full lino of tho best rub
ber boots and shoes, for men, women
and children. Call and save money.
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Homer Davenport, the young trontlc
man from tills county, who has gained
It national reputation as the befit car
toonist in the land, Is not only being
showered with honors, hut he Is also
raking In the coin Recently, Mr.
Pullltzor, of the New York World,
offered to give hi m $250 per week til
leave the Journal and. go. to work on
hU paper. This was 1100 per week
more than Mr. Davenport was receiv
ing, but lie declined the offer, as he
preferred to keep faith with his pres
ent employer. Mr. Hearst heard of
the incident, and Immediately ralbed
him to $250 per week and made htm a
present of a check for $3000. It takes
money to buy M,r. Davenport out, but
hU manhood Is evidently not for sale.
That trait seems to be n the Duveiu
Via the Union Pacific System
baggugo Is checked through from
Portland to its destination. Tho
specialties of the Union Pacific are
unexcelled track uud equipment,
union depots, fast time, through cars,
steam heat, Plntsch light and court
eous treatment to passengers. For
rates and information, apply to
Boise & Barker, Agents,
15-12d-4w Salem, .Oregon
A Heroic JJrlver
Aliiuquerque.N. M.,Oct. 21. Tho
people of this city paid homage to a
true hero, John Braden, at his funeral
at the opera house. During tho car
nival parade last Friday night tho
ammunition wagon exploded and was
Immediately a roaring blazo. Braden
was the driver, and tho horses started
to run away. Half a squaro In front
of him was a hack full of little girls
and tho queen of tho carnival on her
float, snrrounded by at least 24 ladles,
with tho streets lined with people.
Braden staid at hla post, hla body
enveloped In flames, and stopped tho
horses after they struck the hack. Ilo
then rolled off his seat and was car
ried to tho hospital, where ho died
Saturday afternoon: Ills body was
almost burned to a crisp. Ho. waa 74.
years old and was ast.agedrlver on
the plains In tho '00s. "
Mayor Baldbrldgc issues a proclama-"
matlon calling upon tho merchants
to close their stores and attendftho
funeral of the old hero.
PoimtAiT Frames, 10x20 Inches
solid oak only 2. Others for 91.50 at
Buren & Hamilton's. '10-tfi
Highest of all in Leavening PowersLatest U. S. Gov't Report.
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