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" J S V . . t' ft SKl Kl JIVE dlUN'r Book Coupon f V pjrp A "K. JOURNAL. !! H SATURDAY. SATURDAY ay: VOL. 0, TUB PEOPLE'S I'APEll." HALEM, OltJCaON.WONDAY, JLAY 15, IBM. "TO-DAY'S NEWS TO-DAY." NO. 114. , uEim' THE OLD RUT Of buying gooda on time, from credit houses, and paying other people's debts by additional largo profits is not a desirable you' have the cash to ray for wTfatTyou want, getdit of the"old credit rut, and try the spot cash plan. You will bo surprised at the percentage Tb? N?u) York Ragkel will save you, because they have no losses to account for and are satisfied with a small profit. Cash from manufacturer to consumer is our plan. Our lino consists of boots, shoes, hats, shirts, pants, window blinds, lace curtains, laces, em broideries, underwear, and a full line of notions. See some f our bargains in table linens. We invit an inspection of our stock, quality and prices. E. T. BARNES, State Ins. Block Keeping Pace With the Times. Have your business accounts kepi in PERFECT books, such aro The Frcy Patent Flat Opening Books. Books that are worthy of the patronage and praise of the Government Of ficials of the State of Oregon, aud the greater portion of the mercbautile men of the 8tate, are surely deserving of a trial by everyone. Manufactured In Oregon ONLY by The Mestou-Dygert Book Mfg. Co., Fr p.letora of THE CAPITAL CITY BINDERY. Binders to the State of Oregon, Printers and' Lithographers, Salem, Oregon. 500,000 TREES I OSWEGO - NURSERIES. FALL 1892. SPRING, 1893.'' We would call the attention of dealers, and large and small planters, to our large and varied assortment of Fruit Trees and Small Fruits, Ornamental, Shade, Nut and Evergreen trees. Our trees are clean, smooth, and first-laaa in every respect. Send for catalogue aud price list. Address, Walling &, Tarisch, gSTMentioirthis paper. Oswego, Oregon. Baby Carriages, Bicycles, Tricycles, Velocipedes, Boys Wagons BROOKS & SALISBURY, (SUCCESSORS TO BROOKS AND HAUR1TT.) Guds, Fishing Tackle, Sporting and Athletic Goods. Bise Ball Gooik Flags and FireWorks BOEING GLOVES, LAWN TEN NIB SETS, CROQUET BETS KNIVES, RAZORS, SCISSORS, DOLLS, TOYS, NOTIONS. LEATHER AND PLUSH GOODS. 8ALEM, - A. N. HALES, Proprietor. R. H. PRICE, Manager. A. N. HALES' LIVERY. ( (Successor to It. R, Ryan.) Livery, Feed and Boarding Stable. A full supply of Horses and Buggies on band. Horses boarded by day, week or montb. Office at stable, corner of Liberty and Ferry streets, East of Willamette hotel. J. W. THORNBORG, THE UPHOLSTERER. Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience In the trade enables rue to turn out first-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to Kive estimates. State Insurance block, Chemektta street. CHURCHILL BURROUGHS DiigaD Bros. F. T. HART, 247 COMMERCIAL STREET. POWER HOUSE Meat Market FfMhftBd atll'MMU of the beet qa'ltjr. Kwitry m4 t(eetc FrMteUrarjr. FRED WAYMIRE, one, oJccopt to thoso who do OREGON. Spraying (Mils, 103 State Street. SEE Future Copies. LEADING MERCHAN1 TAILOR. wMmnrfHtii'n KOOUH.-A few desirable J Koomi, wllbur wlihoul board, near buil- ncaa centre. Call atSU Wuttritre-t, frMl TTtOB BALK.-A very nleelr ioctLUA lot, with P bouse, on II 111 atrett tout h or Willamette uulveilty. Vr ttrmu aud partkulara, plaa Inquire at thli offloe. -t i-lra mUIS f AfKU U keptoo nle at K. O. ! I AdvertUlne AjDC7,WandeSMerenaoU Exchange. San Prauclo, California, where eoalrac'a for acUertl.Ing can lw made tor lu ATifcM'luN.-Ca.n moaev Mid for ran, b Ulta.old Iron and all kind rf sasuU, .aohiaea, .told Court ""fr j&ftLAR. iHRISUAN PClBNCB-LtBrp of all not intend to pay their bile. If . Considerable Alir.ony. St. Paul, Minn., May 16. Thirty five thousand dollars alimony, the largest amount In the history of Min nesota courts, was awarded Mrs. Helen Johnson, who In 1876, at Lake City, Minn., was married to Alexander E. Johnson, u wealthy Chicago steamboat man who has branch offices in New York, Duluth, St. Paul, Minneapolis, and halt' a dozen other large cities. Mrs. Johnson charged in her suit today that six years ago Johnson quietly pro cured a divorce from her in Chicago, and immediately married Mrs. Elma Drabble, of Columbus, W. Va. Mrs. Johnson also alleged that no proper ser vice of the papers had been made on her. The Judge has decided that Johnson's divorce was valid, as far as separation was concerned, but in the apparent Irregularity of the service of papers, awarded to ber the custody of their 11-year-old daughter and (35,000 alimony. . Hawks & Levar, paper hangers, 07 State. --- -ftt1l')'--t Said the Owl to himself, "If the moon I could get, whenever I'm dry my throat I could wet; ine moon is a quarter with a quar- ft'1-' xer I hear; you can purchase five gal lons of .::. Root Beer." A Delicious. Temper nee, Thlrat-quenchlnz. Health.Qlvlnir Drink. Qood for any Use ot year. A tie. paekace mkt $ gIIoa, Be (ure and get Hian. irmiiiiMiii iiii Dr. Powell Reeyes & Co., The Old Reliable Specialists. Late of New York rjoepltata. Graduate with High Honon. Twenty jeare experience ai I'roffMor, Lecturer, Author and Eoeclaltit In Chrouio DUeaM. Oatarrh, Bronohltis, Cough and Dltfloultyof Breathing SuooessfB) ly treated with spec if -to remedies thoroughly tested ana proved by the OLD DOCTOR Who is one of nature's noblemen, thoroughly devoted to his profession and ever ready to help the atnloted. HERYOUS DEBILITY eViTXVffi HOOD, night mlMloni, exhauetlng dralni, txubf utaeu, Iom of energr, jreakneee of both bodr and brain, unflttlng one for study, bualuea and marrUge, treated with nerer faUlngaueaeea. Get cured and be a man. BLOOD AMD SKII TTA itphllltlo Ulnt, rheumatUm, erupUona, etc., of gQaj,DIOUUpmJUIIUl.M7 vmumv pimmii r. oured proBplly. learing wa lyKera puia aua &VrltihDw'lwn nDIWIB? Weak back, pain In &lUflul naif uninnni ide.iDUoraeu.iiiaa der, eedlment In urine, brick duit or while: pain wMls urinating, frequency of; Brjsht'a dUw Jud all dUea-e. ot the , Uajdar of sfstc .. lATAKna genlon, and all dlaeaaee affectlus the boweU, ioracb, etc; dUirboea, djMutery, ete. Trouble of thi character reUered at ouoa; '" - . "7.. J . . .... . . nnul liU. curei en"ectel ai toon i DDIV1TK d"Mt? cure eucv-- --i----;.fc. .ht.. aisvUewa gives w"""i f--. i IHiiniu njraruceie. tiu.i.. 1v-"v-7-. wellluxt. weknea ol oran, and pile, fltula, TsUlVQClVi iiumuv auu.auapuef.imui. rupture, quli kly cured wll mntlira. flUU K1V COrea WllUUUfc Mil Vu v - SftfgffiaaraBa,B eorreapondence and medleJaee eot aeeure from obierrVtlon. Kneloae cenu In lapa tor hnnk oa Sexual Beereu. AddreM, DR.PntVELL REEYES 1 CO. mlrPM SbIbIw laetUoaniedlatoefleut, AasarlMMla Nsw kited it 216 Owl St, Skt.cw.wiiiuiike dfrt (DM W! Tk Heffa Chinee i. Mi So. REGlSTRATioiOR, DEPORTATION. s me. i, k President flquud's Suspension . Poifey Staked Out. :r THE SUPREME COURT UP HOLDSTHE GEARY LAW. , . , ... i at i The Mongolian Exclusion Act Stands, Its Cwflstitaftaiality Declared By tbe Highest Authority. If Coolies Cannot Come or Remain Merchants Mast Go Out of Business Three Justices Dissent and Stand in Support of Cleveland. - M- WAsmsjQTON D. C, May 15. The Supreme Court of the United States in a decision handed down by Justice Gray has sustained the decision of the New York courts in favor of the constitu tionality of the Geary Chinese Exclu sion act. Three Justices dissented. It is the most important declssion ren dered slpco .the Dred Scott .decision before tbe rebellion. A BWEEPfMa DECISION. Justice Gray, in announcing the judgment of the court, said the power of this nation to restrict or prohibit the immigration of aliens into this coun try or require such aliens already in tbe country to remove therefrom, was a well settled principle of international law, confirmed by an unbroken lino of decisions iu this court. The legislative power of this government Is not trans cended in any of Its constitutional lim itations in the act under consideration. DIHSENTJNO OPINION'S. Justice Brewer dissented on the ground that if upheld there would be no guarantee that similar treatment might not be accorded to other classes of our population, Justice Field also read a dissenting opinion. Chief Jus tice Fuller also dissented from opinion of court. After court concluded Its an nouncement of opinions, Ashtou, of counsel for Chinese, moved a rehears ing and argument before full bench at next term. At present tbe court stands five to three in support of the law. Justice Harlan being absent, the court took the motion under advisement, tbe effect of which is to postpone proceed ings under the judgment announced today. Cleveland Will Not Enforce. Ban Fbancisco, Cal., May 15. Ly man Mowry, attorney for tbe Chinese six companies here, was seen. He says he predicted that the Geary law would be found constitutional. "Hut It will cost $10,000,000 io deport tbe Chinese and I think no Immediate action will betaken by the president. He will probably defer acting on the matter un til congress convenes when tbe law will doubtless be repealed." China Will Retaliate. Nkw York, May 16 The Jtev. Dr. J. B. Baldwin, for 22 years a Methodlil missionary In china, and one of the board of Methodic Episcopal church, which has large moneyed interests In Cblna, says be has positive Information from dignitaries of the Chinese govern ment, and from his own Chinese mis etnnariM. and If the Chinese extrusion that country to the United Stale. He added "If the law is doolared constitutional by the supreme court there will be a speedy exodus both of mtsalonalrles and merchants from China, in retaliation for our sending homo tbo Chlneso from tho United States, I'obtland, May 15. News that tho supremo court Lad hold tbe Chlneso ex clusion law to be constitutional caused asligbtflutter in Chinatown, leading Chinese merchants were not disposed to talk about tho matter. They pre ferred to wait until they heard from tbe Six Companies In Ban Francisco. Beid Back, a leading merchant of this city, said: "I don't know what the outcome will be. I thluk, however, that If tbe law is enforced by tbe United States, that all Americans will be doported from China." Col. Weldler, collector of Internal revenues, bad not heard of the decision when a reporter showed blm the press dispatch he said: "We have bad no intimation whatever of any trouble, no matter how the case was decided" Chinese Registration. Wabiiinqton, May 15. Tho return of Chlneso registration, from 35 out of tbe 03 internal revenuo districts in tho United States, show that 31G0 Chinese have complied with the law. The dis tricts most densely populated by Chi nese hayo not as yet made their re turns. Bringing More Chinese. Vancouver, B. O., May 15. The steamer Danube left this ovening for Portland with 500 CblneRO from the Empress of Clityia. THE NEWS AT FRISCO. American a in China-Will'Not Be Ac corded Treaty Bights. San Fkanoisco, May 15. News that tbe supreme court had sustained the constitutionality of the Chinese exclu sion act created great excitement among Celestials in China town. Cling Qwaug, vice Chlneso consul, was seen by a representative of tbe Associated Press, to whom bo said: "I havo little to say as to how tbe final decision of tbe supreme court will bo taken by tbe Chinese In the United States. I do not thlnk;the provisions of the law will be carried out right away, as this necessi tates a great expense, for whlob no ap propriation has been made. It will be a great blow to business in Chinatown, As to what tho Chinese government may do in tbe matter, I have still less to say. The treaty between Cblna and tbe United States has been broken by tbe government at Washington and is no longer a contract. The treaty will not havo any efiect upon the Chinese government In what they may see fit to do regarding Americans In China." Postmasters Betalned. Washington, May 16. Dan Mur phy has recommended tbe retention of tbo following postmasters in Oregon upon petitions of patrons of tbe offices, and under this reform administration they will no doubt hold their places; It. O. Thomas,at Turner, Marlon coun ty. II. E, Kirk, at St. Paul, Marlon county; W. E. Flnrer, at Woodburn, Marlon county; L. C. Smock, at Sher wood, Washington county; Joseph Lyons, at Drain, Douglas county; Ed ward Bender, at Myrtle Point Coos county. John Markley will go home tbe first of next week and Dan Murphy will leave Friday or Saturday, Accident in a Mining Shaft. Calumet, Mich., May 16, Tbe bodies of ten men, killed by falling down a shaft In the Calumet and Hek la mine yesterday, were brought to the surface In sacks lute last night, a man of broken bones and bruised fiesh. Tbe fragment were arranged as nearly as poMilblu and each Individual put to gether. Funeral tomorrow. Mise Explosio. Lincoln, Ilk, May 15. Last night a gas explosion occurred io the cltlsena coal shaft. Following are undoubted ly killed: Joseph Page, night boat, Henry Wllnet, Mike Gleason, Daa Wayloa, Steve Btaekel and Pat Me Nultjr, niaan. Highest of alt In Leavening rocr. Latest U. S Gov't Report Ixj Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE FOREIGN TELEGRAPHIC NEWS The Campaign Against tbe Hone Rnle Bill. Gladstone Charged With Making a Deliberate Attempt to Humili ate and Ruin England. London, May 10. Tbla week has brought only discouragement (o tbe liberals. Tho records of tho house of commons sitting In committee show a monotonous wasto of obstructive mo tions and Insignificant decisions. But for occasional squabbles provoked on the smalldst pretext by tbe unionist leaders the desert of' modiocre speeches and lutlle votes has been within an oasis of even mild excitement. The minister ialists are puzzling now over this prob lem. If five nights are required for the discussion of tbo comparatively un important first clause of the bill, how many nlgbta will be required for tbo discussion of all forty clauses? The Indications are that tbe obstruc tion of clause 1 has been merely a specimen of what may bo expected with tho consideration of each suc ceeding claube. Mr. Gladstone Is badly handicapped in his eOorts to de feat tbe obstructionists by the admitted incapacity of Mr. Meller as chairman. Mr. Meller lacks qualification togufde directly to their end the proceedings of such an unruly body as the committee has become. Mr. Gladstone Is reluotant to depose Mr. Meller, who was tbe prime minister's own choloe, but tbe other members of tbo oabinet urge that something be done quickly to place tho guidance of the committee I u stronger hands. If no other way out can bo found, they suggest that Mr. Meller ought to be raised to tbe poerago. The Unionist leaders havo decided In conference to make clause 2 a peg on which to hang another dlsouRslon of tbe supremacy of tho Imperial parlia ment, a question already debated at ex haustive length In tho first days of tho committee. The government will meet this effort to rehash half the speeches already made Iu committee with sum mary repressive measures. The major ity will abstain from speaking, and tbo cloture will be applied with the utmost rigor. This plan may be successful, although many doubt that Mr. Meller's back can bo stiffened sufficiently to al low of its execution. Current events are hardly justifying tho predictions that tho Unionist leaders would profit from the lesson taught by tbe Belfast riot, and would moderato tbo tono of tbelr speeches. Tbe unionists now speaking in tho provinces are surpassing all tbelr prev ious attempts at Invective and rant. At Paddlngton Mr. Balfour described with vigor bis "hatred loathing and contemptof home rule," and denounced the bill at once as Infamous and mou strous. Lord Randolph Churchill re ferred to tbe president cabinet as "In flated by their arrogance, beyond the point of ordinary insanity." Mr. Gladstone, be Bald, "was making a de liberate attempt to humiliate and ruin England." Tbo liberals call these In temperate utterances tho words of des perate politicians, who scent from afar the disaster about to overtako them and their party, and profess to bo merely disgusted by such bombast. There is no reason to doubt, however, that tbe Ulster Orangemen are likely at any time to be encouraged by these utter auoes to repeat the scenes of the Bel fast riots. Professor Tyndall, Mr. Gladstone's historic enemy, is equaling with his pen what the polltlelaus ara doing with their tongues. In an open letter be denounces John Moriey as an English Robespiere, and mils Mr. Gladstone a traitor to bla oountry,sacrl fieJng everything sawed to his over whelming lust of power, and surround lag hlaoself with syeofkants who push Into monstrous aetlvlty tbe worst qual It lea of ebawetar. Tbe professor also ckaeribM tbe bfaa-ruls bill as the "evil deaaaa of Mm bw of aasamoas" "a yarUabM a4ffeUaarr." TM ebulltlon of venom has evoked onlyv ridicule from tbe liberal and radieal prws. The three groups of English socialists who divided their party years ago have reunited and today Issued a Joint maal-' feato to the socialists of the Country. They appeal to their comrades to sink all Individual differences and strike hands on tho common platfoi'm. Tbe prlnolptl demand of the Joint program Is for tbe legal Introduction of the eight hour working day, tho prohibition of child labor, the free maintenance by tho state of necessitous children, tbe samo wages for women as for .men whero the same amount of work Is dnno, tho fixing of minimum wages for adult laborers in the government and municipal services, the abolition of tbe subletting of contracts on publlo works, pnyment of all men in publlo service, inoludlng members of parliament, and really universal suffrage are also de manded. IMPORTANT FOREIGN FAILURE Signs of an Impending Universal Crash on Loadon Stack Ix N change. LoNrtoN, May 15. This morning the' stock exchange was nervously excited. Everybody Is selling. So far only two small brokers hayo failed, but several large bowes are said to be involved. t " OCEANIOAN FAILUHK. Private cables announce suspension of the Commercial Banking Co., of Sydney, New South Wales, It la one of the oldest banking concerns in the Antipodes, capital pounds 000,000, re serve pounds 830,000. The uneasiness on stock exchange Is Increasing. Two More Go. BnisnANR, May 15..-Tho bank of North Queensland and tbfc Queensland National bank were suspended. De posits In the latter at last report were pounds 8,600,000. Its subscription capi tal Is pounds 10,000,000. Half paid up. It has claimed a reserve of half a mil lions pounds. A Light Bun Made. MiNKKAl'OMB, Minn,, illjy 15. A ruu nu the Farmers' and Mechanics' Savings bank bogau this morning, chiefly by mnull depositors. It is con sidered ono of tbo strongest banks In tho state. No fears for Its safety exists. Another Buspeaaloa. Minneapolis, May 15. The Farm ers' and Merchants State bank has sus pended. A statement shows tbe capi tal at 00,000: Surplus! 70.000. The sus pension caused no surprise, as It has been looked upon as weak for some time. It should be noted that this Is not tbe Farmers' and Mechanics' Savings bask. Wicked Work of Mob. Bedford, Ind., May 16. Eary thi morning a masked mob appeared before the Jail, took John Terrlll from the cell and hanged him to a tree In the court- house yard. Terrlll's crime was tbe brutal murder of Conductor F. L Prlnee of the Ohio aud Mississippi road as re sult of a quarrel over payment of his fare by Terrlll. College Athletes. Boston, May 16, Notwithstanding tho rain, the third annual athletic meeting between Harvard and Yale took place on Holmes field, Cambridge, Saturday afternoon. Tbe crimson again triumphed over the blue, but tbe result of the games was In much doubt until the last few events were run off. Harvard's superior work In the 100-yard dash, 440 Vards run, 220 yards bardlet, 220 yard dash, 880 yards run, pUja( tbe 10-pound shot, running blgb Jmp aud running broad Jump oarrMI tbe day for ttie crimson. Iu tbe 14 eveat ou the program Harvard seared 87 points to 45 for Yale. There were sw records broken, exeept tbe raaalaf broad Jump, where Blosa saeeefJsel I Jumping 32 feet 4 laebM, er aa iaeh and a half better (baa tbe pteybma Harvard reeerd. Tedajr's laeea, Nkw York, May l.Tbe Seeeklya baadleap was woa- by DWe, Laaap Hchter aeeead, Iliaaw tMnl. Laaap- iMfhterwMafcveriUftt eight to sto, BbJ UN s.i s vl n H c WiipWHiuiww r-r a I "iTiigfn Ji irrMk .