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VOL. 8.
Ji? New York Racket!
Is always in the lead in styles as well as in prices
About a year ago there was a general advance in
prices on all lines of heavy shoes. The New
York Racket was the last to advance their prices,
Now that the prices have declined, especially on
heavy shoes, they arc the first to reduce their
prices, Our customers will find all lines of
heavy work shoes down to about the prices that
prevailed before the advance. Our line of men's,
is full and fresh from Chicago, We can fit any
one from a 3yearold to a No. 46, Prices very
low, Wc add no profit on account of bad acy
counts, as wc have none, Goods of all kinds
arriving every few days direct from New York,
Our Fedora Hats are the latest in style and prices
the lowest, Don't fail to call, as wc will save you
15 to 25 per cent,
No Trouble to Show You
Hardware, Tinware, Barbed Wire
Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machinery at
Examine our large and complete stock. Always .prompt and
courteous treatment,
of the WillanReffe University. -
Modern methods. Up to date.
None but (be bM is good enough
Goodale Uiuibv Company
Yards on Twelfth and Trade Streets
Keep the most complete stock of common, dimension and finished lumber
n tlio city, and sell on the most favorable terms. Lath and Shingles.
Our stock Is made at our own mills, of tho-best lumber In the state.
The Willamette Hotel
Reduced rates. Management literal. Electric car leave bo.el for all public buildings
and point of interest. Special rate will be given to permanent patrons.
OnlJgxj4 honsJttvsJ. SUfcttoo guaranteed.
Through and Give Prices, 2C
Same a tn the eastern and Euiupean Conservatories
fur becimurs as well as for more advanced pupils,
W. C. HAWLEY. President
K. A. HERITAGE. Vocal Director
KMILL WINKLER, Instrumental Director.
A. I.
Suble back of State Insurance Hock
j Called to Order by Chaiaman
Mitchell Men Are in Full Control of
the Convention.
At 10:10 a. m. Chairman Crolsan
called the convention to order. He
briefly stated its object. '
J. C. Johnson nominated "Win.
Waldo for temporary chairman. Ho
was elected with a cheer.
Geo. F. Rogers, the state book
binder, was nmdo temporary secrcfary.
C. I). Gabrlclson was mado assist
ant secretary.
Ex-Senator Loonoy moved a com
mittee on credentials.
Jimmy Culver moved a committee
on order of business.
Geo. G. Bingham moved a com
mittee of five on apportionment of
All the motions were carried with
out opposition and gavo the men
naming them tho chairmanships.
The chulr appointed the follewing:
Credentials: John 11. Loouey, Dan
II. Tarpley, Henry Souncimiun, M. A.
McCorklc, Alonzo G. Perkins,
Order of business: W. J. Culver,
Clalro B. Irvlno, A. A. Lee, Hadlcy
Ilobson, J. H. Riches.
Apportienment: Geo. G. Bingham,
Win. M. Bushey, John II. McNary,
Geo. Ehlen, 0. B. Hartman.
The convention adjourned half an
hour toglvo thecommlttcos time to
make up their reports.
On reassembling, Flnloy Perrlno
made a motion that a committee of
three bo uppolntcd to procure a flag.
Chair appointed Mr. Porrlne, Geo. W.
Davis and Edward 0. Glltnor, a grand
majoUtsoldjQr!Ihls,occasIpnecigrc)a cheors, and was a happy ending of tho
forenoon session, for Immediately a
resolution was put and declared car
ried to adjourn to 1 p. in.
The convention met at 1:J5 p. in.
and tho report of tho committee on
credentials was read. But few proxies
were shown and every delegaao was
present or represented.
The committee on apportionment
of delegates reported through Geo. G.
Bingham following appointment of
Englewood ono delegate to each con
vention. Woodburn one each.
Lublsh and Gorvals Ono each.
West SJlverton and Garfield ono
Jefferson and Marlon one each.
Mchaiua, Ilorcb, Elkhorn and
Brcltcnbush one each.
Yew Park and East Salem ono each.
Lincoln and Turner one each.
Buttevllle, St. Paul and Hubbard
one each.
Abiqua, Aurora and Fairfield ono
Salem No. 2 and Maclcay ono to
Salem No. .'I and North Salem one
to each.
Salem No. 4 and Champoeg ono
EastSllvcrton and Sublimity one
South Salem and Stayton one each.
Salem No. 1 and Howell one each.
Prospect and Silver Falls, one each.
One delegate at large to each con
vention. On motion of Senator Gcsner tho
temporary organization was made
was heartily received. Judge Waldo
said this was tho most Important
clectioti In many years. The term
hard times was unknown under Re
publican rule. It took but ono year
of tho Democratic party to prove that
fully. He closed with a cheer-brlng-Ing
remark about Wm. McKlnley of
Ohio and then said the convention
was ready for business.
The report on order of business was
read and adopted.
Jas. Culver reported following as
order of business.
1. Report of committee on cre
dentials. 2. Election of permanent otllcers.
3. Report on order of business.
4. Election of district and state
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria.
5. Election of precinct committee
men. 0. Nomination of five representa
tives. 7. Nomination of county clerk.
8. Sheriff.
I). Rcconler.
10. Assessor.
11. Judge.
12. Surveyor.
13. Treasurer.
14. Superintendent of schools.
15. County commissioner.
10. County coroner.
17. Justices and constables.
13. Election of chairman county cen
tral committee.
10. Resolutions which shall bo re
ferred to a committee of live, to be
appointed by the chair.
Tho report was adopted.
This election was conducted by tho
precincts that wero thrown togothor
for that purpose, amid considerable
confusion. Following could alone bo
located exactly:
Wm. llllleary, Turner.
D. S. Kaln, Roscdalc.
B. W. Brown, Gcrvals.
J. II. Riches, Sllvcrton.
R. E. Downing, Subllmlfy.
Thos. Bruce, Salem.
Mark Skiff, Salem.
W. J. Hanly, Marlon.
Wm. Chorrlngton, Salem.
J. T. Ross, Mt. Angel.
James L. ook, St. Panl.
Wm. L. Slmcral, Maclcay.
F. C. Pcrrlnc, Salem.
D. C. Sherman, Salem.
Adam Ohtuart, Salem.
Claud Gatch, Salem.
J. A. Shaw, Mill City.
H. B. Condlt, Tnrner.
F. W. IIollls, Salem.
T. B. Jones, Gcrvals.
A. F. Blackcrby, Sllvcrton.
J. II. Roland, Jefferson.
Geo. Ehlen, Buttevllle.
Wm. Fry, Hubbard.
J. II. McNary, Salem.
Louis Stlnson, Salem.
R. J. Hendricks, Salem.
C. Wilson, Sllvcrton.
J. C. Johnson, Salem.
A. J. Richardson, Stayton.
Jap Mlnto, Salem.
E. K. McKlnney, Salem.
Wm. Bushy, Mehama.
C. 1). Hartman, Scotts Mills.
Wm. Waldo delegate at largo for
both district and state convention.
North Salem and Salem No. 3 wero
put togothor. Bob Hendricks, chair
man, Culver and Brown, tellers. Vot
ing on district delegates was first.
Culver was mado clerk. Result:
IllrschO, Hondrlcks 10, Stlnson 17,
Skill 2, Glltnor 1, Bruce 1.
Vote on two delegates to state con cen con
venteon: Bruce 10, Gcsner 13, Skill
15, Hlrsch 1, Glltnor 1, Olazo 1, Pat
ton 1, Culver 2.
Geo. Rogers proved a good secretary,
calling off thonamesof precincts with
great distinctness. Ho had n good
assistant In Chas. D. Gabrlclson. Tho
presiding olllccr was also tho right
man in tho right place. Tho tellers
wore Claud Gatch, Ebcr Laforo and F.
F. Toe vs.
Created considerable enthusiasm at
times, especially the mention of
Woodburu's favorite son, Hon. II.
L. Barkley. Tho nominating speech
1... dl.... ,1 Slnti.il nf 11.. T "M (J. ..1.1.
Ujr ItlUU VflilVVIl ML -IS1. u. Hi 7llllvll
was both eloquent and liluhlv comnll
mcutary. Afox La Follctto grow elo
quent as few supposed ho could over
tho namoof E. W. Chapman. Tho
other names presented wero J. M.
roormun.iJ. li. ueiKnap. uavm uralg,
G. B. Cornelius, J.
. u. Wright, u, w.
Vrlght. D. V
Matthews, John W. McKlnnoy,
M. Crolsan, Wm. II. Armstrong,
McKlnley Mitchell, E. Hofer, L.J.
Adams, Lot L. Pearce, Geo. P. Litch
field. Mr. Hofer was on the platform as
reporter and asked respectfully that
his name bo withdrawn, that ho was
not a candidate.
Tho first ballot was completed at 3
o'clock ond the tellers proceeded to
count. Tho first name called olf was
E. W. Chapman of Brooks, a silver
man and John II. Mitchell man.
A controversy arose overcounting
the ballots. W. II. Smith of Sublim
ity and Dr. J. N. Smith of Salem had
been nominated. Ballots contained
tho mimes of both, and tho ballots
wero also plain Smith. Soon tho
Crolsan men smelt a mouse and ob
jected to counting all tho Smith votes
the J. N. Smith and tho Dr. Smith
votes for ono man.
John W. McKlnncy moved that a
new ballot be taken. Lost. Gideon
Stolz moved that tho Smith ballots bo
recounted as cast. Carried. This
was done, and tho Smith votes and
Dr. Smith votes wero counted In
sepcrate columns.
LaCrossc on Fire.
LaCrosse, Wis., March 24. A lire
which threatened to destroy tho en
tire north side of the city broke out
today In the lumber district. At 2:45
the tiro was gotten under control. A
hundred thousand dollars worth of
lumber, owned by the LaCrosso Lum
ber Company war burnsd.
THE FAIR for bargains. 3-6 -eod
Minnesota for McKlnley.
Minneapolis, Mrrch 24. At tho
Republican convention today the
following resolutions wero adopted by
u rising vote:
Resolved, That tho well considered
and pronounced preference of tho Re
publicans of Minnesota for tho prcsl
dental standard bearer for 1890 Is
William McKlnley, tho emphatic
growing choice of tho Republican vole
throughou tho land, and this conven
tion expects its dolegatcs and alter
nates at largo to bo elected by it to do
all In their power to honorably from
now on until that object Is accomp'
llshed to blrng about promptly the
nomination of William McKlnley for
president of tho United States.
Stole for Love.
Boston, March 24. Literary Bos
ton Is astounded to learn that Charles
S. St. Zclzkl, a bright young lltcrateur
of Polish ex tract Ion, was the notorious
burglar who had plundered Back Bay
Hats of Jewelry valued In tho thou
sands. He sald ho did It to avoid
starving. The pollco say he did It to
satisfy tho cravings for money and
Jowelsor his land lady, Mrs. Frank L.
Tupper, who within a fortnight
separated from her husband on his ac
count. Now tho wife Is suing her
husband for a divorce on tho ground
of. cruelty, whllo tho husband will
retnlluto In kind, naming St Zclchl ns
Mine Verdict.
Olenwood Sprinos, Colo., March
21. Tho coroner's Jury In tho Vulcan
tulno explosion mot here, and con
cluded its labors, returning tho fol
lowing verdict:
"That said Edward Welch and 48
others camo to their death by an ox
ploslon of gas and coal dust In tho
Vulcan coal initio, tho morning of
February 18, 1800, at 11:27 o'clock; tho
Immediate cause of Igniting tho gas
and coal dust Is to thojury unknown."
Holmes' History.
Philadelphia, March 24. Efforts.
aro being mado by several publishers
to Induce II. II. Holmes to wrlto tho
story of his llfo, Including a full con
fession of hlscrlmcs. A Now York
papor Is tho highest bidder, having
offered Holmes $7600 for such story.
Tho condemned man has lately dono a
great deal of writing, tho character of
which ho has concealed, and It Is not
known whother ho has accopted any
of tho numerous offers.
The Jameson Trial.
London, March 24. Tho trial of
Dr. L. S. Jameson and his folii.v-prls-oners,
charged with violating tho for
eign enlistment act, In making a raid.
Into tho territory of tho South Afri
can republic, was resumed at tho Bow
stiect pollco court this morning, Al
though there was a full attendance,
thero was less excitement. Thero was
no demonstration when tho prisoners
wero ushered Into court.
Senator Davis Withdraws,
Minneapolis, March 24. Just be-
foro tho stato Republican convention
was called to order this afternoon, It
was announced Senator Davis had
wired Congressman Tawney, with
drawing from tho presidential raw,
owing to tho refusal or tho Minnesota
Democratic conventions yesterday to
endorse his candidacy. Minnesota's
18 votes at St. Louis will bo for Mo
NIcarauguan Revolt.
New York, March 21. A local
paper says:
Tho revolution In Nicaruugua, ac
cording to Intelligence received
through private channels, Is more
serious than the dispatches from that
country would indicate. Tho strict
press censorship established by Presi
dent Zoluya renders It Impossible for
news of any character, except what Is
favorable to the government, to bo
made public.
Showing Mercy to Indians.
Wabiunqton, March 21. Tho sen
ate today passed a bill amending tho
law prescribing death penalty for
Indiana convicted of rape, and leaving
tho punishment discretionary with
the court. Mill's Cuban resolution
was then taken up.
Royal Troops Charged Upon
as Insurgents.
Tho Mid-Day Mistake Will bo Open
to Court Martial.
Havana, March 24. Two columns
of Spanish troops, commanded by
General Gcdoy and Colonel Holguln,
at Santa Rosa plantation, nearEspor
anr.a,provlnco of SantaClara, mutually
mistook each other for Insurgent
forces, owing, It Is said, to tho thick
ness of tho sugar canes. Each de
tachmont opened lire, and for ton
minutes shots wero exchanged, result
ing In the kllllngof.soventcen soldiers,
among them bolng LloutonantColonol
Fuenmayer, of tho Nuvas battalllon.
In addition five ofllcors and eighty;
four soldiers wounded. Two of the
latter havo slnco died, and six others
aro tnortnlly wounded. Thirty-two
aro Borlously Injured, Owing to tho
fact that tho mooting between the
two columns took place at midday tho
oxplahatlon furnished by tho Spanish
cqmmandors Is considered unsatisfac
tory, and o court martial will follow.
Tampa, Fla., March 21. A letter
from a Spanish sourco gives n report
or an engagement at Candclarhi, the
17th Inst., when Macco and Bandera,
with 0000 men, attacked Colonel Fran
cis! Tho Spanish loss, the-loiter Rays,
was J100 soldiers, rour captains and
eight lieutenants. Franeb surrend
ered, glvTngTp All "IiIb' hrnM'aiid ii'tiT
munition. This, It Is said, Inconscd
General Wcyler, who announced thnt
Francis would return to Spain on the
next steamer.
Another Trial.
San Francibco, March 21. Tho
trial of Mrs. Mary A. Davidson,
charged with having extorted $500
from tho Row (J. O. Brown
was begun In tho superior
court. Attorney for tho defenso
moved fur a contluuauco on the
ground that Miss Mattlo Overman
and Mrs. Tunnell, necessary witnesses
for thd defense, wero ubscnt, ono in
Mexico, and one near the Mexican
border. Counsel said ho Intended to
prove by these witnesses that a con
spiracy was formed botweon Dr.
Brown, Mattlo Overman and Mrs.
Tunnell to falsely accuse and convict
Mrs. Davidson of blackmail. Ho
added thnt tho absent witnesses wero
bolng supplied with money by Dr.
Brown to absent thcmsolvcs from thin
city ut this time,
All these statements were supported
by allldavlts of Mrs. Davidson after
wards filed. Tho court denied the
motion for a continuance, stating
that the absent witnesses wore be
yond his Jurisdiction and would not
probably como within his Jurisdiction.
Defendant objected to tho decision
ijiid tho rest of the day was occupied
with an attempt to secure a Jury.
Naval Appropriation Dill,
Washington, March 24. Tho naTnl
appropriation bill Is completed. To
tal amount carried by the bill la
$31,01 1,031, or which 812,770,133 is for
an Increase of the navy appropriation,
an Increase over tho amount of the
last bill of alxnit twenty-nlnoauoonc-third
Highest of all la Leavening Power.
AMwmnv kjmk
Open Preparations Made Against Groat
New Yoric, March 24. A WorM
dispatch from Capo Town says: The
Transvaal .Is being 'fortllled. The
burghors aro arming to tho teeth, and
other warllko preparations are bolng
made. Eight forts aro bolng built at
Pretoria. Emissaries havo been sent
to tho Orango Frco Stato and to Cape
Colony, It Is reported, to stir up race
feeling. Germany, Austria and
France, It Is said In Capo Town, will
guarantco tho Independence of tle
Transvaal, If necessary.
President Krugcr will not go to
England after all. He desired to ac
cept Colonial Secretary Chamberlain'
Invitation to visit London, and con
fer with tho British authorities with
loveronco to tho Transvaal affairs, It
Is asserted, but the Hollanders or
Boors objected. Krugcr left the quws
tlon to bo decided by tho yolksrand
(legislature), which refused to grant
him permission to go. This action
has caused consternation on the
Rand.' Tho Capo Town Star, In a
leador, speaks of It ns "Trickling the
English government."
Sir Phillips and othersof tho Johan
nesburg reform club, arrested on a
charge of treason, aro still under sur-
Tdlllnnco at Pretoria, not being al
lowed to go to tho Rand.
Oeet-Sugor Factory,
oodhurn, March 24. Tho cltl
zons hero arc qulto enthusiastic over
an effort to establish a, beet-sugar
factory. About 82,000 has been pledged
and tlvo ncrcs situated In tho city
limits, lin vo boon offered as n bontw.
A gcnolcman hero Is In correspond
ence with an agent of Claus Sprockets,
In California. It Is understood that
this Biigar king will put In two plant
for tho manufacture of beet sugar
somowhoro In tho Wlllamotto valky.
If s,i!ch bo tho oasel Woodburn will
mnkott desporuto pull for It. This
town Is as wolllocatod for a plant of
this kind as any in tho vulloy.
Tho hopgrowers hold a meeting
Saturday and let a contract for their
hop twlno. During the meeting It
davoloped that a good many yards will
bo plowed up this spring, whllo other
yards will not bo cultivated unless
thoro should bo good prospect of bet
tor prices.
New York Republicans,
New Yoric, March 24. Although
tho Republican state convention had
been called to meet at noon, It was
half un hour later when tho gavel, in
tho hands of Mr.- Htickett, chairman
of tho stato committee, called the
members to order. A few minute
earllor ox-Senator Piatt entered the
hall, tho delegates and spectator
cheering wildly and tho band playing
"Hall to tho Chief." After tho roll
call Chairman .Hackott culled upon
Senator Cornelius R, Parsons, of
Rochester, to act as temporary chair
man. In his speech tho candidacy of
Governor Morton for president was
strongly urged. At 1:15 tho Republi
can stato convention adjourned until
7 o'clock this evening.
Against Capital Punishment.
WASHiNUTON.March 21. Tho house
passed n bill abolishing tho death
penalty In certain cas In which It
prescribed In federal statutes and
allowing the Jury to return a verdict
qualified "without capital punish
ment" In case of rape mid murder.
'Pirn vntn tvni I'M in ftft
A ,. f W ,1 .., ,W ill WW,
Further Conference,
Wabiunoton, March 24. The
house has agreed to further iv confer
ence asked for by the senate on the
Cuban resolution,
Latert U.S. Gov't Report

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