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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. : ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. f OL. 8. SALEM, OREGON, SATUIIBJCY LAY 8, 189. NO. 105 Made in Salem X 2C puna and Summer 1896 V-' '"i, Q U VUHUI vv A I Ilk S'izes.35 to 44, OUtilS' Sizes 13 to 19, i ovs rvnee --Suits 00$ 1M STORE OR SALE r6HEflP. TOWN PROPERTY. sst desirable location. Inquire at this office. LLMANTHETERROR f Is Laving Down the Law to the Democrats, IERMAN DENUNCIATION I Is The American Issue Against British Toryism. Washington, May 2 Tno debate tho sennto Friday was of n dra- itlc and sensational character, ro lling tho famous Ingalls-Voorhoes (test of some years ago. Senator lliuan, of South Carolina, again Blight his unique personality into i debate, his speech being the first i of any length since his memorablo ilden effort, attacking public of- ills high and low. While ho spoke i silver pitchfork recently presented him in the West was conspicu- sly displayed on his scarf. Tho itor used blunt words, character- Ic of his utterances, arraigning the ksldcnt and cabinet ofllccrs with sparing criticism and personal in itive. ic addressed himself personally to lators Hill and Sherman and drew 8 tho former sharp rejoinders lie Sherman declined to be brought a controversy with tho South olina senator. 1111 followed Tillman, answering i latter point by point. Tho Now rk senator referred to tho coming aocratic convention, declaring kt there would be no split, but that Democracy would recognize tho i of tho majority and keep tho rty intact, despite tho threats of i bouth Carolina senator to leave , party. Hill spoko freely and akly of his difference with the of- i of administration. fllltuan took tho floor during tho jrul bill and said he had found, dur- this brief exnerlence here, that re were sonie strange things han king in the navy department and er departments. "It seems to be erlng from too much red tape, too ch bureaucracy," said he. lie i branched off to tho bond Issue I said ho denied the right of the lident to issue bonds for tneetlng snt expenses. There was no law fwlng tho president to hocus pocua 1 bamboozle tho people by doiDg Indirection that he would not do llrcction. Addressing Hill, he de- i sarcastically, "You represent people; yes, you do; you represent holders and bankers," After p: tclslng the bond Issues, Tillman limed; "If you force this thing by Salem People X JSC X $7,501 cDU.UU $3.00 much further there will bo repudia tion of bonds and Interest, too." "And If you can't have that,'1 coolly suggested Hill, "I suppose you'll havo bloodshed?" "Yes, and tho blood will bo on your hands," responded Tillman. "1 tell you wo nro desperate," Till man wont on. "I havo been through tho west and I know how tho people feel." Tho senator drew n comparison be tween Andrew Jackson nnd Grover Cleveland. One was a man of the people, ho said, "but Cleveland stands as a tool of tho classes," adding that tho president represented only money, tho almighty dollur. Tho president had no policy, except tho policy of tho senator from Ohio. "Grover Clove land, John Sherman and Carlisle are aninitles. Tho question Is, will tho people be so damnably foolish as to trust them again?" Tillman referred to tho Ohio sena tor (Sherman) und his associates in their "contemptible work." Sherman sat Across tho aisle appar ently unmoved. "Perhaps you can bamboozle tho people," ho said, addressing Sherman. "Tho fools are not all dead yet, but they are getting mighty restless." Atono point Tillman addressed a direct question to Sherman concern ing the Interests of laboring people. "Will tho senator answer mo that question ?" asked Tillman, pausing In anticipation of a response by Sher man, liut tuo latter looked directly at tho South Carolina senator and re mained in his scat without rising. After stating that he had expected to go as a delegate to Chicago und try to get tiio Democratic party to "throw off Its rottenness" ho said: "If they do not do It, then I am going to take my hat and bid tho senator from New York and all like him a long farewell. Where will I go, I don't know. I can't go to Populism; Populism is only an explosion of wrath. Populists tried too much and spattered themselves on tho wall." Tho senator declared that the Dem cracy was on its final trial. If wo do not pronounce for silver at Chicago It is gone forever. "We may not beat you thin year," ho concluded dramatically, "but so help me God, wo will serve notice on you that our slogan Is America for Americans; to hell with Britain and hertorlcs. If we don't beat you this year we will serve notice that we will In 1000." Your Boy Won't Live a Month. So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill street, Gardner, Mats,, was told by the doctors. His ton had lung trouble, following typhoid ma laria, and be spent J75 with doctors, who finally gave him up, saying: Your boy won't live a month." He tiled Dr. Kmc's I a perfectly well man. He says be owes bis reveni gooa neaun to useci ur. King's Hew Discovery, and knows it to be the best In the world for lung trouble. Trial bottle free at Frtd. A, Legg's drug store. CANDIDATE Denies That He Claims The Goldbutr Support. WiLLAitD, Slay 1, 1800. Editor Jeurnal: I notice -in tho Daily Journal or last Wednesday a communication over the signature or "countryman" in which, among other things ho rays, that "King lllbburd claims that ho will get all tho gold bug votes in Salem as the Salem gold bugs say they prefer him to a silver Republican like Harkloy." Wo wish to say that wo havo novo made any such claim. Wo trust how ever that the entire Peoples party ticket will command tho respect of tho straight out single, gold standard men, because of the decided and nn- equivical stand Its candidates have taken In favor of the free coinage of silver. The Orcgonlan has well said that "tho Peoples party Is tho only party that has had tho courage to state Its position fairly and without equivoca tions on tho silver question. Again your correspondent tays "tho Populist politicians arc trying hard to put n party collar on all their people and make them swear to sup port tne whole legislative ticket." no think It Is prcty generally known that tho Populists of Marlon county wear no party collar and that tuey nave scuso enough to vote for men for the legislature who.lf elected, win regard tiio rights of tho tax payers of Marion county and of the state of Oregon. "Countryman" snould therefore Inform himself bettor before he starts out buying cnttlo again. K. L. IIiuiiahu. SOUND MONEY MAN. Rumor of Fusion Against Tongue In This District. Portland, May 2. Spcclul Efforts havo been made for some time to secure an Independent blmctnlllst Republican who would make tho race In tho llrst district for congress. It Is reported hero today that tho managers or tho movement havo de cided to ask lion. J. B. Wnldo, or Marlon county, to stand. lie Is the largest farmer In Macleay precinct; It is well known hero that It Is tho desiro of ox-Governor Pcnnoycr that both tho Democratic and Populist nominees withdraw, irnsatlsmctory man who is sound on tho money question, a clean man and n toinn for whom tho silver Republicans would vote, could bo put up. This oirer has been mado to Mr. Waldo who has u law olllco hero In tho winter but In summer lives on his farm. Mr. Waldo Is one of thoEbcst Informed bimetal lists In' Oregon. It Is thought he will accept. Hirsch's Denial. Portland, May 2. Referring to tho charge of tho Orcgonlan that tho stato central committees favors Mitchell men on the legislature: "There Is no foundation whatever for tho statement or Insinuations In this article. The state central com mittee Is doing Its full duty, and will continue to do so to the end of this campaign witli absolute loyalty to tho Republican party In overy portion of the state, and will not be iswcrvcd from tho straight path which party fealty demands by any statement made, however false or malicious." Solomon Hirsck, Chairman State Central Committee. Europe's Stock of Cold. Since 1800 the gold In Europe banks bus Increased by $023,200,000. Of tills, says the Economist European, the Imperial bank of Russia has gained $185,800,000, tho Bank of Franco $107, (00,000, the Dank of England $11 1,000- 000, tho Austro-Hungurian bank $70, 800,000, nnd tho Imperial bank of Germany $39,000,000. The gold comes from the American monetary circula tion and from tho production of tho gold mines. At tho end of 1805 tho Hank of Franco and the Imperial bank of Russia between them held $770,000,000, In gold, a little moro than half tho stock of gold In the European banks, and this does not Include the-gold In the Russian treas ury, which Is estimated at $510,400, 000. Tho gold in Germany, Austria Hungary and Italy amounts to $330, 000,000, and that in the Rank of Eng land to $580,800,000. All Cyclists Will bo interested In the lecture to be given by Rev. E. P. Hill, of Portland, at tho Presby terian church Wednesday evening. Subject of lecture, "Cycling Through Eugland With a Kodak," Admission, adults, 25c; children, 15c. TTuawTcatv 'Vhrotmirtha nt an unusually heavy rainfall for Oregon. Children Cry for Pitchar's Castorlft. A POPULIST AT j Spanish Batallion Terrorizing Cuban Inhabitants, GENU WEYLER .WEAKENS . r.i Ho Admits That life- ns.urgents Are Increasing New York, May 2.-Tie World's Havana special says thtt Spanish battalion of gucrilhts undtr Domini nan, the butcher of Juan Ic Juuda, is terrorizing the Inhabitant's of Congo dos ConilnoH, San Luis ?nd Palma Torlnla. Several have been killed. INSURGENTS INCREASING. Madrid, May 2. Tho llejraldo pub lishes an interview with! Captain General Weyler, who is quoted as say ing that tho action of tho Congress of tho United States In rcgarit to recog nizing tho belligerency of ,lho Cuban I nsurgent, has served to Increase their number; nnd, In consequence, it. will bo necessary to postpone the Inaugura tion of politic! reforms uiiwi tho re bellion Is crushed. General Woylor Is also said to have admitted that tho financial situation or Cuba is serious, but now, imuruvln g Qone to Plead for Hammond, Washington, May 2.- ljV W. Jew ell and wife, of Johannesburg, and At torney Trcslow, nccompunlcq by Sena tor White, culled on tho president to day regarding tho case of John Hays Hammond. Mr. and Mis. Jewell nro going di rect to Capo Town to Intercede wltn President Kruger In bchnlf jot Ham mond, and will carry a congressional petition, sta'rted by Senator,-Stowart. The president expressed a li'opo that the mission of Mr. and "Mrs. Jewell would bo successful. Kansas City for McKlney. Kansas City, May 2. Tho Repub lican county convention, toVoloet 43 delegates to the stato convention con vened here today. Major Will. War ner presented a resolution endorsing Mujor Wm. McKlnloy us the conven tion's unanimous cholco for n presi dential candidate. After the cheering subsided tho resolution was adopted by a rising vote. Police Row in Tacoma. Tacoma, May 2. Tho injunction against Thomas Dohcrty, nppolntcd commissioner of public works by Mayor Fawcott, was dissolved this morning. Tho former commissioner and cihploycs rcf u.sed to vacate. Tho pollco were called in and forcibly re moved them. Railroad Collision. Livingston, May 2.T!io fast west bound mnll on tho Northern Pad lie met and collided with an cast bound cattle train near here, wrecking both trains. Engineer Fanning, of tho cattle train, was killed. Fireman I1. McLelland, Englncor Dcroot,Plrcman McClalrvllle, a sleeping car portcrand Bcveral others wcro badly hurt. The St. Louis County Convention. St. Louis, May 2. Tho Republican county convention adopted a resolu tion stating that to causo protection to American Industries and Ameri can labor can bo best advanced by tho nomination of William McKlnloy Jr., for president. Naval Bill. Washington, May 2. An amend ment to tho naval bill for building thrco torpedo lmts on tho Paclllc coast, .was agreed to In the senate today. Fire in Frisco, San Francisco, May 2. A lire this morning In tho paint works of W. P. Fuller & Company caused damugo to tho amount of $125,000. A New Shah. Tiflis, Persla,May 2. Immediately after tho death of the shah, tho heir apparent, Valllahn Muzzaffcr Erdln, was proclaimed shah of Persia. Live Stock Market. Chicago, May 2, Hogs, light, $35500; heavy, $325$3J5. Cattle, prices same as yesterday. Sheep, J market steady to strong. Defeated Measures. Washington, Jlay 2. Tho Chand ler amendment to the naval appropri ation bill, providing for twenty tor pedo boats, was defeated by tho ten ate today, by 23 to 30. GUERLLAS WORK A CANDIDATE DECLINES. He Files His Notice of Declination, Giv ing the Reason Therefor. I. II. Vcatch, the Peoplo's party candidate for sheriff, lias withdrawn from tho raco and will In all probabil ity throw his strength to Horuco Hampton, tho Democratic nominee. The following notice of withdrawal, lias been lllcd with tho county clerk: "I hereby giro-notice that I respect fully decline tno nomination given me by the Pcoplo' party of Lane county, Oregon, for sheriir of said county made April 24, 18!K), my acceptance of tho same having been Hied with tho county clerk of said county April 25, 1890. "My reason for declining said nomi nation is that tho Interests of the pcoplo require tho sheriff's olllco to Iks conducted according to tho law re garding emoluments, and this result cannot bo secured by running candi dates rrom two minority parties against the candidate or- a strong plurality party." Eugene, Oregon, this .10th day of April, A. D., 181K). I. II. Veatoii. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this . 10th day of April, 1800. J. P. Amis, seal . Notary Public. Mr. .Veatch says Mr. Hampton Is as good a free silver man a9 himself, and, If elected, ho Is satisfied ho will keep the oxpenscs of tho olllco within the limits prescribed by law. Euceno Guard. Tongue at McMinnvllle. The Transcript says: "Judgo Ma gers Introduced tho speaker, who for two hours and ten minutes held the audlcnco spellbound as ho discussed cundldiy tho two main questions con fronting tho pcoplo- -tariff and finance, thoformurof which ho said was tho real question, as It struck directly at tho pocket of every producer and con sumer in tho land, wlillo tho question of ilnanco (free silver that Is being so much discussed) bcncilts only a fow mine owners. His argument on the tarllT question was parallel with tho discussion of tho question by all Re publican orators, but very plain, logi cal nnd easily to bo understood. On the money question ho mado no equivocation as to lilt Btandlng; had boon called a "straddle-bug" becauso of tho position ho took, but was will ing that tho opithcTsiroWlJoTipptled to him us long as ho stood on tho plat form that proposes to mako every dol lar as another and keep It thore. Ho presented facts and llgurcs to provo that since tho so-called demonitizn tlon of silver In 1873 there has been a steady Increase In tho colnngo of sil ver, overy dollar of which Is us good as gold for tho payment of debts "of any amount, except wliero a contract exists to the contrary. In Old Yamhill. The Transcript says teday: Well, what do you think of tilings politically In Yamhill, now? Tran script Is no prophet; it lias not known much of the political situation here tofore; and yet Its forecasts havo been mm general thing, correct, where fair methods havo entered Into the early part of tho campaign. Rut today wo arc considerably like a vessel at sea without a rudder as regards tho situa tion. Rut two tickets nro in tho ileid thoRepudllcannnd tho Union bl metallic. Tho latter is composed of Populists, Democrats and free silver Rcpupllcans, and the situation sim mers right down to what Is known In mniiumnucai parlance as an "un known quantity." If all Democrats wire to vote with tho blmotnlllsts.tho result would 1m easily foretold; but numerous Democrats uro openly vowing they propose to voto witli tho Ropubllcunn, wlillo many of both parties nro quietly "sawing wood," Intending to voto as tho notion slezcs them on election day. Hcnco wo say tho result would not be a safo proposition to gamble on. Or dinurlly a canvass can bo made and the result llgured pretty closely In ad vance. If there aro any political Sol omons In Ynmhlll they will confer a favor on about 20,000 pcoplo by figur ing out tho present political situation nnd giving a proper solultlon of It. Wo give It up, Why It Wan 80. It Is perfectly plain now, that If Hermann had been nominated at Albany tho Orcgonlan. would have favored an Independent sound money man, as It Is doing In tho caso of Mr. Ellis, this action also shows where tho opposition camo from, tho untl- silver delegates, Tho Oregonlan H now bent on another plan of rule of, ruin to the Republican party, It is' not the llrst time n let her, It elected ' renrioyor over Cornelius, Webb over Marston. for uavnrnnr nml I treasurer. Newport Newa, I On Hoaven In Session Cleveland, at A CORNER ON BISCUIT Bulled on tho Chicago Trade. Board of Cleveland, Ohio, May 2. Illshop Foster presided over tho gqnoral Methodist Episcopal conference today. A resolution for tho appointment of a sergennt-ut-arms to maintain order was adopted. P. II. Swift of Chicago, desired that acommltteoon tho Epworth Lcnguo bo uppolntcdUo consist of one mem ber from each annual conoforeuco. It was passed against opposition. Dr. Neeloy moved tho appointment of a commlttfo of eighteen on constitu tion, fifteen to bo by districts and three it largo. This Is ono of tho most Important subjects tocomo be fore tho conference and tho broaching of tho question caused a Hurry. Tho motion was carried. CORNER ON IIISCUIT. Chicago, May 2. There was a bull panic on tho Chicago stock cx chnngo today. It was n mad rush Tor New York biscuit stock. During tho llrst 10 minutes over 7000 shares changed hands. Yester day Now York biscuit broke tho record for tho number of shares traded in, tho inimbor being 185,000. It opened nt 031 and advanced to 101J at tho closo. Today ltstartcd at 101 with a salo of f00 shares. Then followed tho wildest scono In tho history of tho exchange. Insldo of 10 minutes tho stock had gono up to 100). Ureat Sportsman Dead, Chicago, May 2.Nowso was rc eelvcditodny of tho death In Phila delphia, of William II. Doblo, tho oldest driver of trotters In tho world, und father of tho family of relnsmen, chief among whom is Rud Doblo, at tho ago ;of 80. Ho was tho llrst man to drlvo a trotter better thnn Doxtcr's renord. Bankruptcy Law. Washington, May 2. Tho Ualloy substitute to the bankruptcy bill pro viding for voluntary bandruptcy, was defeated In tho liouso today by 80 to 120. Populist Meeting At tho W. O. T. U. hall, on Court street, Monday ovo, May , 1800. Good music, recita tions, speaking and soveral of tho county candidate!) will bo prcsont. All frco silver men and women are cordially Invited to ho present and Republicans nro earnestly requested to como nut men and womon. Loses A Finger. Lust Saturday Claudo Skinner, wlillo splitting wood for tho Allco A at Salem, accident! had tho cud of ono or tho lingers of his loft hand cut oil abovo tho first Joint. Independent West Side. . . II. P. Moore, on tho Illinois river, In Curry county, says ho Is success-. tuny raising tigs. Ho has a tree on which tho first crop will soon ripen. Ciianei: ov Time. Tho Salem churches as heretofore announced, chango tho hour of evening sorvlco to 8 o'clock, beginning Sunday May 3d, bio circulation. Campaign subscriptions aro rolling Into The Journal olllco overy day and every hour. The Weekly is going to nearly every taxpayer in tho county und will until after election. The One Cent JDaily Is tho only ono outspoken people's papcr-antl-ring and nntl-muchlnc In tho state. It goes like hot cakes. Advertisers who aro economizing nnd cannot afford to glvo ad. to all klndsof publications can reach pract ically all the pcoplo who trade at Sa lem In our Daily und Weekly. METHODIS CORNER Highest of all Ja Leavening Power. Latcit U.S. Gov't Rcpect fmi AJMOUnrttlY INUK WOODBURN. Col. F. V. Drake Entertains Crowd on Bimetallism. Large Friday ovenlngCol. Frank V. Drako, of Tortlnnd, entertained a liouso, crowded to standing room, with a dis cussion of independent bimetallism from a non-partisan standpoint. Col. Drako presented tho subject in a dlspasslonnto manner, moro nrgu mcntatlvo than cloqucnt.but winning applause repeatedly on tho merit or hl propositions. i P. Morcom Introduced tho speaker, and at tho closo a yoto or thanks was tendered Mr. Drake. A number or converts to bimetallism were made. The single standard men nro greatly stirred up over Hrako's ar raignment or tho gold monomclnlllc Idea and say they will bring a speaker to plead their system. Police Court. Alex Shoppard, who Is greatly fas cinated with tho gninbllmr table, nnd who was arrested n fow days alnco for vagrancy, was brought before City Recorder Edca this morning. Ho re ceived a scntonco of ton days hut sentence was suspended ponding tho behavior of tho man. Shoppard was advised by Chief Dllloy that If found hanging around saloons or other such places, ho would bo arrested and bo obliged to servo out his tlnio. Shep parti has nn aged mother to whom he should dovoto his nttontion In asslst ng to support hor rather than evolve Intonn Inveterate gambler. Commencement. This week tiio commencement exer cises of La Pnyotto Seminary; wore hold. Tho baccolaureate sermon was preached by Rov. J. Roworsox. An address by Attorney Hutt was glvon before tho llrernry society. Thoso receiving tliolr graduating diplomas wore Mlsacs Eilllo A. Smith, Carrlo J. Mllloy and Ernest A. mil. A Painful Mishap. Friday oven lug, while J. W. Fowior, tho enter prising Stato street barber, was split ting a llttlo stove wood, a stick was thrown violently upwards, striking Mr. Fowler on tho right check bono, scarcely an inch from tho oyc, badly bruising that portion or his usually smiling countenance. It looks rather suspicious, but as no one questions tho veracity of Mr. Fowler, tho statement mado by that gcntloman Is accepted. Ho comforts himself, however, with tho .expression, "you ought to seo tho other fellow, though." Wo suppose ho refers to tho axe. Streets Full. Never havo so many men stood about Idly on tho streets as this Saturday. They aro all well dressed, happy, contented, smiling and prosperous. Somo of tliolr -coats are not cut quite tho lat est stylo, and they aro not able to pay two-bits to havo tho red clay slilned off tliolr stogas. Rut tlioy nro good American citizens Just tho same. Machinery Arrivks. Tho first two of ton enra of machinery looms und bourns for tho now woolon mills, arrived tills morning from Laurence, Mass. Tho weight was 60,000 pounds and freight about 91.C0 per hundred. Tho machlnory for tho old mills re quired only two cars.. For a Pastor. At tho meeting of tho session of tho First Presbyterian church Thursday evening nn Invltu tatlon was extonded to Rov, Wm. Steele, of Qulncy, Mass., to becomo tho stated supply of tho Presbyterian church In this city. It will bo soveral days yet before Roy. Stcclocan bo heard from. Laiior Exchange. A pormnnent location for theexchango was adopted at tho meeting today on the river front In North Salem, with a temporary headquarters In tho Wag nor building on Court street. A Pop Mkktino. Ocorgo Alien and F. A. Meyers, the Pop cnndldato for representative, hold forth nttho Pettyjohn school house, south of Sa Join. There was a good attendanco and tho speeches were well received. To Wed, A marriage llcenso wus toduy Issued to J. P. McCulIoch and Ethel F, Read. L. L. Luforo, witness. For Sunday, If yon want tho 11 nest chicken din- nor, with Ico cream, over served In Salem, all for 25c, go to Strong' res taurant tomorrow. Baking rmmm AT rowaer fl I 31 1 I ?