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SALEM. OREGON. WBDyESDAV, NOVEMBER 8, 1893.
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IOWA REDEEMS HERSELF,
Ballot-box Stub Maynard Beat
in New York.
Olean Sweep in Drover's State
New Yobk, Nov. 8.-The election
in this state is a clean sweep for the
Republicans. Bartlett is elected to the
court of appeals over Maynard by prob-
uu.y over K..WO majority and tbo rest
of the Republican state ticket win hv
20,000. The state senate whloh in m
Itemooratlc, will havo a Republican
uuvonty w six, tne assembly of seven.
In the convention there will be 105
uepuoucans and 70 Democrats. Tarn
many carried New York city by sixty
thousand, except as to Maynard, who
ran 30,000 benind the ticket. Brooklyn
overwhelmed the ring with over 27,000
plurality. Buflalo reuudlntPH th
Sheehan gang by 6,600.
BETTEB AND BETTER.
Ohio Slieupskins Flyiug in tho
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
CARRIES STATE M 85,000 MAJORITY
Latest Bulletins Received About the
Tho Legislature Itimil,lln
E. T. BARNES.
' State Insurance Block, 333 Com'l St.
Ed. C. Cross,
They Elect One Memher of tho
JUDGE GARY LEADS THE TICKET.
Wholesale ami Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
SinokedlMeats of all Kinds
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
Election a Death-blow
K. Meeker & Co,,
OFFICE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, Salem.
W. A. TEMJPLETOJST, Gcn'l Agent.
BURROUGHS State Street.
Is experienced when you get your teeth extracted or filled by
t--d nz-wrrrfiDTa u u tti .nnl.nJ CnA . T.
celain crown inserted. All kinds of plate work done. Bridge
work and fine gold fillings a specialty.
eod Over Gray Bros.
Shooting Season Open
AND YOU WANT
GUNS - AND - AMMUNITION.
We lead on High Stock and Low Prices.
BKOOKS k SALISBURY.
MONEY TO LOAN
. n.l vintn In amnnnil
Ume to buIU Wo delay In considering loan.
FEAR & FORD,
Boom 12. Bash Bank block.
THE OLD RELIABLE
NORTH SALEM MEAT MARKET,
J. H. ALLEN, Prop.
Tbe very beat of meaU at all times,
arirfl tfin tukaf nf fiAfvlPA
mum uv . ov a f v w
'Opposite waae-a more.
Leaves Boise's flock Mondays. Wdnejiay
di Fridays 7:3 a. m., arriviot lu TortUna at
ttETPUNlNQ. leave Portland Toeday,
Thursdays and Baturday at 8 a. m.
Fait time for paenser aervlae; no war
Undine freight handled.
. R UIW D TBI P (nnlltntted) tf.00. One way,
MBAL8 35 OBNT3
Jot freljht rate and tickets apply 1
m,WribtOo.,llolinn block. "-lm
CONTRACTORS & PLASTEKERS.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BCRBAr
SALBM, - - - Or-Bon.
IrlTate work a peclalty.
C. B. CLEMBNT. Manacer.
In the Cpltal City.
Yards near PenlUntlary. Balero, Or
BOOK m JOB PRINTER!
Wasuinqton, Nov. 8. The result
of the election is a surprise to all parties
here. In fact they do not accord with
the predictions of either Democrats,
Republicans or PoDUllsta. Tho onlv
grain of comfort for the Democrats is in
the defeat of the Ponulista and the elee
tlon of O Ferrali inVIrginla.where they
were terrorized by Populists -claims.
They expected defeat iu the slates
where the free coinage element is
ationg, but were not prepared to be
inoweu unuer in tne sound mon
ey states like Marsa'chusetts and
New vurk All prominent Demo
cratio leaders ascribe tbo result
to two caus s. dmsut.sfaction of the
tanners over the duauclal situation.
aud apathy of disappointed office seek
ers. The defeat in Iowa Is regretted, as
It practically removed Gov. Boies from
! the list of the eligible presidential tlui
oer. The Populists are much disap
pointed at their showing but claim that
Uter returns will be better for them.
About the only complacent men In the
Democratic rauki are the silver men,
who are in a position to say to the
president: "I told you so." They will
take this as a text, and at the opening
of the regular session, will be prepared
to renew the fight for silver more vig
orously than ever. It is not believed
the president is diBCouiaged by the land
slide, as he Is known to belieye that
lime will vindicate his policy.
Iowa Redeems Herself.
Db9 Moines. Nov. 8. Frank D
Jackson. ReDublican candidate for cov
ernor, is elected by about 30.000 plural
ity, or six thousand more than Harri
son for president, In 1800. The balance
of the Republican ticket is elected by
Chairman Fullerton, of the Demo
cratic committee, concedes Jackson's
election by 20,000. He lays the result
to the calamity cry of the Republican
party. clalmlOK the bard times were
attributed io the Democratic adminis
tration and laboring men, merchants,
farmers, and professional men voted for
Chairman Bly the of the Republican
committee says: Iowa went Republi
can because it is for protection aud be
cause of the liberal position the party
took on the liquor question.
The legislature will be ltepubllcan.
nannhllrjtnR elected 17 out of 24 sen
ators, and 05 out of 100 representatives
The Populist vote in the state will
uot be more thon 14,000.
LOOI8VILLB, Ken., Nov. 8. In Ken
t.mtru Mm Democrats more than held
their own In the state legislature. The
Populists lost altogether. Pettltt, the
leading Popullstof the state, was beaten
for state senator ny a large majority.
Probably one populist Is elected. The
returns so far show of 138 legislators,
111 Dftnocrats, 7 Republicans, 20 doubt,
ful. Most doubtful in the Republican
dUtr.cts. A overwhelming majority in
f.yor of the election of wnasay to tne
U. ri. senate.
Gary Leads the "Jflciet
Chicaoo, Nov. 8,-Tbe returns to 10
,' clock Indicate the election of the en
ire Republic"!! Judicial ticket, wlib
i. nos,ible exception of Kraft who
.,. ...in! to have some auarehUt
i mn a -
-anlnir. Ju"Ke ury on
Jersey City, n. Y., Nov. a-Ro-publicans
have a majority in tho legls
lature which stands: Senate, Republi
can 11, Democrats 10; Assembly, Re
publicans 89, Democrats 21.
Philadelphia, Nov. 8: Pennsylvania
elected a Republican 8unnm nmin
Justice by probably 80,000. Returns are
only half received.
Louisville, Nov. 8: Returns recolviwl
later today from this state Judicata a
Wlintf ofT In the Democratic vote
throughout the state,
Boston, Mass., Nov. 8: Massachu
setts has elaoted Greeuhalge by 30,000.
Alt of the Renublloan ntnt H,kai-
Toi'EKA, Nov. 8. Today's .nsiurna
add to tne overwhelming defeat of the
ropunsi party in ttili state by the Re
publicans, The Democratic and Pro
hibition vote cut only a small figure.
Indications are tho Republicans have
elected county olllcera In 00 out 105
counties In the state.
Denver, Nov. 8: This state Is almost
entirely Republican, in the county elec
tions. Equal fcuiirugo carried by a
Boston, N0V..8: Returns un to nnnn
indicates Grcenbalce's plurality is 32.-
858 fur governor of Massachusetts
Di s Moini-s, Nov, 8. Tho returns
coutluueas pleaslug to Republicans as
tbey are confusing to Ponulista uud
despondent to Democrats. Tho sur
prising thing III tiu election Is thn
stualluesaof tho Prohibition and Popu
list vote of the state. The prohibition
Ists only claim 15,000. General Weaver
estimates the Populist vote at 30 to 40,-
000. It Is believed It will be about
Boston. Nov. 8. The result of tho
election lu Massachusetts can only be
described as a huge political landslide.
For the first time In threo veara the
state will have a republican governor,
and his plurality Is 30,000 at least. The
whole ticket Is elected with him, and
tbo legislature is Bolldly republican in
New Jersey elects 33 Rnubllcan and
23 Democratic assemblymen, Elections
were held In eight senatorial district,
six of which returned Republicans.
The latest returns iudlcate that the
senate will stand, Republicans 10.
Democrats 11. The Republicans will
have a majority of 12 or 13 In the house,
Bgalnst a Democratic majority of 18
last i var.
Toi'EKA, Nov. 8. Dispatches up to
2 o'clock from all parts of Kansas show
Republican galuv. Twenty seven coun
ties beard from are all Republican, In
cluding the most populous cotintles of
the state, many of which were Popu
list the past two years It looks like a
clean sweep of the state for the Repub
Pinf.AtKf.PWA, Nov, 8 Returns
.i., Atl at Him fl7 nnlltilln lnnln1lnr
III,.. -" " . w ....., ...U....,U
Philadelphia and Allegheny, of the vote
for state treanurer, show u net Republi
can gain of 40,653, Indicating a majority
In the state of considerably above 100.-
ViutfrAiJ Vnv. II Tiifnpmnllnn pa.
celved from headquarters of both repub
lican ami iciu wimiu utiuirni uwlll
tee itxsure the election of all the i
r.lillruti niflilulitkl fur lllflcrfiililri if ruin
IUWI.W.H - -. - .... - , ,.
the Republican ticket. The vote cast
Will e awm out) naif, or o,iwp 01
which the ("publican candidate will
receive 05 t w-nt.
Count a no
Nov 8. Oi'oraotibow Republican.
The qurton f tqual suH'repe has
tr) Iifre the itHipU- of Uwlorailo, and
(IlllfV llllnilatll WO I'.MSIlUL'iru,
B0.h'. Nr BrickTer the Unk.Oon.1 tmt
Mtgeldmade the nin, iseieoini ..,,
.000 or more and leads the rest i toe
ti-ket by two to tour tnouwuu, 1.1..-..7
v the aid of the DrBi.mtle wIhj, , ihe
-mA rxf I-.I1I1IV IJUIUIUUUIUUCI n... -
ard of County Commuwlou
though wllli evldeiilly l'icrenili)g In-
inret, Mi any lu ihe unniiK; and
mliiliie lltrlHI", Alllioiijli Denver
1 will iiroiMhty nlvu a small nivjurity
KsiiiHl i-ultraue. It U prislicted that
le m-urr win nrry 111 me aiie ny
..l iiiailorllv. Woiiirn Hcure tliM
right to v.'te by tir.lBiiialif.n of Hie
.vfrnnr. should tne ouwtlon carry at
The Ohio Victory.
Columbus, Nov. a With a plural
lty of 60,000 and two-thirds of both
branohea of the letrislature McKlnW
has won tho most decisive victory re
corded lu Ohio since the civil war.
It has been won on national Issues.
It would not have been a surprise two
weeks ago, but after tho notion of con
gress there seemed to bo such a reantlnn
that an overwhelming vote Is a sur
prise. Tho Democrats did not allow
tho oontest to go by default, but mnrf
a most vigorous fight with harmonious
working forces. Ex-Governor Camp
bell canvassed tho stato for Lawrence
T. Neal all last week and tho Demo
cratic committee was hopeful after con
gress reached declslvo action. The
weather was pleasant all ovor and
there was a full yoto of over 800,000.
Tho decisive results of former years
havo been because of small votes, those
of ouo party or tho other not turning
out, but tho voters wero out todav all
over tho stato and MoKluley has a ma
jority over all with tho Democratic
Prohibition, and Ponullst tickets on.
posed to him. This Is the first majority
over all that any state candidate has
naa sinco .poster's election lust nfter
airfield's death In 1881.
Republicans are apprehensive on one
part of their victory. Tbe-kSflslature
elected does not Belect a UnTted States
Bonatorandlt Is ovor two-thirds Re
publican, tho strongest Binco tho war.
With such a large working majority
they fuar such legislation by city mom
bora as may lead to defeat two war
hence when another legislature Is to be
selected that will choose Senator Price's
Fallowing was Issued at 11:30 latt
night: To general manager Associated
Press: I desire to cbaugo the figures
made earlier. We hayo carded Ohio
for MoKlnley by 00.000 to 76.000 nlural.
lty and both branches of tbo legislature
oy more tuan two-thirds majority.
(Signed) Charloi Dick, chairman Re
publican stato central committee.
HESULT UY PHECINUTS.
In Ohio 100 precincts show MoKlnley
18,001, Neal 0,161, Populist 254, Prohl
bltlonlBt 607. Tho same In 1802 gave
Harrison 18,450, Cleveland 11,178,
Populist 100, Prohibitionist 688. Of 3b
precincts In Hamilton county only one
showed a Democratic gain. Tho aver-
ago gain for McKlnley in each was 82.
At this rate his plurality In Hamilton
county will bo over 10,000 gain of 0500.
Columbust To the t-eueral mauaeer
of tho Associated Prcitt Indications
now point to a plurality for MoKlnley
of more than 50,000 and both branches
of the legislature by largo majorities.
(Signed) Charles Dicks, chairman Re
publican stato central committee.
Cincinnati: 800 precincts give Mo
Klnley 48,023, Neal 83,623; Populist 800;
Prohibitionists 1800, A Republican
gain of 7727.
With ouo twenty-eighth of the stale
heard from MoKluIey's gain Is253fe.
At this rate his plurality will reach
Cleveland: Returns ludlcato that
McKlnley will carry Cuyahoga county
by at least 4,000. Last year Cleveland
carried It by 4,200.
Celumbus: No more doubt is being
held. At midnight the headquarters
are being abandoued and meetings are
being held nominating MoKlnley for
prealdent In speeches by Boutelle, Dol
liver, Horr, Chairman Dick and others.
At 2 a. m. the republican chairman
of the slate committee says the returns
Indicate a plurality of 87,000 for Mo
CoLUMnus, Nov. 8. In reply to an
Inquiry from tho eenoral mnnmrnp nf
tho associated press, as to tho cause of
mo result in Ohio, Govornor MoKluloy
"Tho oiimnaljrn of Ohio wan foitrfht
out between hlmsolf and Neal, on tho
question of tho tariff and freo trado,
iiuro nnu simpio from beginning to
ond, and that tho result was tho verdict
of tho people of Ohio on those ques
tions. R.eylsod figures at tho Republi
can headquarters, Indicate ovor 80,000
plurality for McKlnley and threo
fourths of tbo stato legislature."
THE RESULT IN SALEM.
Republicans Jubilant and Democrats
Hard to Find.
j, Tho news of tho great political land
alldo of Tuesday, that has woll nigh
burled tho Domooratlo, Populist and
Prohl parties out of sight was reoolved
atsaiem with tho greatest rejoicings
Tho crowds at The Journal office
bulletin boards worouproanousat every
new victory scored by tho dispatches,
whloh never camo so uniformly agreo-
able to them before.
Tho stars and stripes wero Hying at
this office In honor of tho oyolouo In
tho east. If arshoepskln had hoen'conr
vonlont It would havo boon Hung to tho
breeze. A Republican ratification
would be decidedly lu ordor, but It Is
understood tho Pennoyer oannon N at
.FIRE AT EUGENE.
Tho Edrls Mills Valued at $25,000
Go Up la Smoke.
Euqkne, Nov. 8.-(Special.)-Th
Eugene flouring mills were burned last
night, tho flro being discovered at 11:15
p. m. Ill the ton Storv. It In nnnnnaorl
that tho flro was oauBed from in nii.
slon of tho fine flour dust. Tho prop
erty wai owned bv Wm. R.irL & n
Tho mill and machinery was valued at
$25,000: Insurance, 510,000.
About 15,000 bushels of wheat, iwnd
by farmers, wni.on storage. Several
thousand bushels of wheat, luriiv
ouwtuuvu wm oe saveu. Nothing was
carried from tho building, It belna; a
total loss. Tho canaolty of the mill
Is 800 lbs. per day.
Ono man barely saved his life by slid
Ing down a board from thosecond story.
EuawJB, Nov. a-fSpeclal. -Bo)d
Bros., grocers at Junction r.itv m.io
an assignment last night for the bene.
ik or incircredltors to M. S. Lee In thi
city. Assets about $1600, consisting of
stook and accounts; liabilities $2000.
owed principally to Portland flrnw,
Muelhans & Co. being the largest. f,7.
PERSONAL AND SOOIAL.
Local Oorrespondenc6 from
in tho Valloy.
A Xuckeye Breeze.
CoLUunus, Nov. 8. The latest unof
ficial returns from the stato at Repub
lican headquarters Indicate McKlnley
carried the state by between seventy
and eluhtv thousand nluralltv. Chilli.
cot ho the borne 0 Neal, KicKlnley's
opponent, went Republican for the first
time. Telegrams of congratulations
are pouring In on McKlnley from all
parts of the country, wUhlntr him
equal success In 1600. Republican pa
per are out with his name for the next
president. The legislature will be i(r
:uimcau uy aooui iwo-inirus in ikhu
innu-a. At IIih Itoiiiitfmlln ulal tiail.
quarters the rru.lt Is ooucedtd In 1
(Hun as win give iiietn no occasion w
00k after the returns,
Prof. Myers' moved Into Grandpa
Beatty's shop building Saturday, va
eating Mr. Chapman's house und Mr.
U. moved Into town Tuesday.
Dr. Honsel was a passenaer to Sulotn
Wm. Hoover Improved hishouso last
week by building a new porch.
Mr. Hurst of Knnaaa. Inst, i.rrlu.wl
uero, crossing tho mountains with a
team, being four mouths on tho way.
They moved Into M. L. Jones' Imura
Just vacated by Geo. Massey.
Wm. Jones returned from his irln
east of tho mountains Thursday,
Mrs. M. L. Jones treatod her 8. 8.
class to a nlcj reception Biturduy
13. K. Bhaw and wife und J. M. B'luf
for aud wifo visited at George Mussey's
Eddie Shaw went to Salem Saturday
Mrs. T. J. Clark was on tho lnk iii
There will be a hard times social giv
en by the Epworth League at this
place Wednesday eve., Nov. 16. Every
body Invited to attend.
Fling Bombs Into a Helpless Crowd at
a Theatre.-- -
BAHCKLONA, Nov. 8.--Last nlhfc
when tho Lloeo Theatre was fllloil tm
dynamlto bomb) wow hurled from the
gallery by anarchists. Ono oxt.lml.-d
scattering death and dlstruotlon on
every side. A panlp ensued. When
Iho wrcckngo was 'clcarid eighteen'
disfigured bodies were revoa'ed. The
number wounded la lare. The bomb
Anothor Steamer Disaster.
Toronto, Nov. S.-JFuIl particulars
of tho burning of the steamer Fraser
und loss of life near Goose la aud, last
ulght,uro not reoelvod. The uutnber on
board not positively known, but n
At .. --
less tuuu twenty lives nro lost, seven
One Defaulter Does.
New York, Nov. 8. Franols IT.
Week, tho defaulter recently brought
back from Central Amorioi. wmmti.
tonced today to ton yeare Imprisonment
on bis plea ol guilty.
r- ir.-n ... .... .
, uiujumuui. oiAsuianu. is in me
city, and Is very happv. And bo has
koou reason to te. lie has received
tho award at the world's fair for tl 0
finest peaches. This Is indeed a great
feather In Oregou's cap, especially as
the award Is a big victory over Cailfor.
nla. Mr. Pracht la ualnu in f)nii,n tn.
day on hukluess connected wall the
manufacturing of flour bag, in whloh
a jvy iQimiJi an luiunm.! irifi-iiiiMti
..,,.,, -v vnunMi
It would tie a very good nlau If a Hat
of all premiums awardel to Oregon ex
ploits couiu no got together aud nub.
llshed. Oretcoo has accord I nir t tin.
papers In Washington and California
aurpaaseo inoae states In nearly eyery
Hue of competition. It would be a
good plan If Secretary frvlnv of the
World's Ktlr OuiumUslon should nre
pare complete list 0 the Oreffon victor.
lee at tho Columbian Kposl.in. It
would be a creditable list and would do
a great (Veal to a JvertUe Oregon.
The Republicans of Ohio are embar
rassed as to the magnitude or tbelr vic
tory. They fear tho result of bad rec
ords that will bo made In a legislature
bo overwhelmingly Republican that
corruption Is almost Inevitable. They
fear the bud results of u part v havlntr
so much power that Its very strength
becomes a source of weakness next year
when thay have a senator to elect.
They have reul reason for appreben
slon. In these days of corruption and
Jobbery there seems to be more danger
from largo majorities than from the
successor defeat of any party, Ther
Is no check possible upon the remnant
spirit of partisanship drunken with
power. It Is the danger thatU al
ways threatening a Republic
State of Ohio, City ofToledoss
Lucas County, ;
Frank J Cheney makes oath that be
Is the senior partner of the firm of F. J,
Cheney & Co., doing bule lH tb
city of Toledo, county ami state afore
said, and that said tirm will pay taw
sum of one hundred dolUM tot eaeli
and every case ol catarrh thai eauoat
be cured bv tk nun nf ITuD'a IVIihIi
Cure. FkankJ. Chhmky,
Sworn to before me and subaeribed
In ruy presence, this 0th dy of Dwn.
ber. A. D 18S0.
A. W. UI.KASON
Hatl'a Catarrh Hura U falrau lnt.H.
and acts directly on the blood awt mi
cous surfaces tothesyeten. Sssvd far
P. J, Chunky fc Co., ToWo, Osd.