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'. DailyJCapilaMou BY HOIKR BROTHERS MONDAY, MAY 18, 1800. .iSJSEsasS-i","'-''1'"'-"1 -"'I! D'AH.V LINE TO POUTLAN I). STEAMElVs jAltona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. U'NI,AY- Portland. 6:4S .'i.'j!' Salem, 7'4S ."' l?'2tZ' Independence, 6:30 a m. G;oo a m. Cuick time, regiiiar service and cheap ... rates ... M. P. BALDWIN. Agent, Sakm. FUTURE EVENTS. Mav 30 Decoration exorcise. June 12-13 Prof. Bristol's educated 11 Mny 23-Loenl Held dny, University and Y. M. C. A., Hnlem. May 2i)-C'cmnty canvass by Kcpubll can candidates at Sali'tii. Juno 1 General election. Juno O-lntcrcolletflate Oregon field day, Salem. t Al , Juno jo-llcpubllcan national con vention. St. LU". June ill -Annual louiilon or OrcKon pioneers, Portland. July 7 Democratic national con vention, Chicago. July 22 National Populist con vention, St. LouIh. ." ' ' - ! A QUAKER SPEAKS. Why He Will Support Some of the Re publican Candidates, Mr. J. Jay Cook, or Marlon, n mem ber or the Friend's church and long time reader of Thk Jouhnal, has Ireen In tho city a few days, and upon leaving today talked a little politics, something a (itiakerseldoin docs. Mr. Cook said; "I am not a Btrong party man but I Intend to support Mr. Harkloy mid Mr. Oral. 1 have never saen either or them but I Judge they arc clean moral men. 1 do notngrce with their views on all things but I bcllcvo they arc honest and conscientious In all their act Ions and ho fur as I know all our people will supiiort them." Mr. Cook Is assured by Thk Jour nal that whllo they have not been tried, wo firmly .bcllcvo that Messrs. Smith, Chapman and Mitchell will stand firmly with Burklcy and Craig on the Republican ticket If elected on all matters or economy, moral reforms mid legislation for the wclfuro mid development of Oregon. Willis Bros. & Co., Sell Cotton Clmlllcs .25 yards for $1. Also tho best grade Cotton Clmlllcs, 20 yards for $1. Fast black and printed sntlncs 10 cents a yard. ladles plccadllly too and narrow square toe, nil solid and stylish, Ox fort) ties In tans and blacks, $1.50 a pair ami m. Gents' fast black and seamless cot ton socks ;i pairs ror 25c. Willis Bros, & Co, Court and Liberty. Tho Cash Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoo Home. PERSONAL. Benjamin Hayden went to Albany today. Thos.Kay was a Portlund business visitor today. Senator Gcuner made a business trip to Portland todny. C. J. Atwood and Arthur copeinnci ate en mute for Frisco. Col. Frank V. Drake, of Portland, was In the city yesterday. Mrs. Jcwett or Gardiner, Or., Is tho guest or friends In the city. E. F. Parkhurst, tho implement man, Is In Portland on business. Mis. Mary Jory or Wasco, Or., IS tho guest or friends In South fcmicni. F. W. Settlemlre manager of the Woodbum nurseries, Is In the city to day. J.Jay Cooke and Mrs. Cooke re turned to Salem nrtcra few days vis- It at Salem. Judge Geo. II. mid Mrs. Burnett, Mayor Gatch and John G. Wright lefc for Astoria tills afternoon. Frank MoDevitt, for some time on the local force of the Salem Post, leaves tonight for his ranch In Doug las county. Miss Carrie Itankln or Portland, who has been visiting Miss Katie Ilorgan, returned home on the morn ing local. L. G. Adair, Southern Paclllc agent at Kugone, spent Sunday In Salem, going to Portland on the overland this morning. M. J. Glcason, formerly employed as fancy weaver with the TIios. "Kny Woolen Mill Co., of Salem, has taken tho position as percher In tho Oregon City woolen mills. Hon. Phil Mctschanand Judge Geo. II. Burnett went to Astoria today, leaving on tho morning local train. They go to nttend the I. O. O. F. grand encampment. .las Cvlver and J. It. Wilson of Salem, Arthur Smith and wife, O. Ulchle or Turner, Mrs. Ollvo S. Enirlimd. Mrs. John. Wright, and Jack Heed, of Salem, wcro passengers on the O. It. & N. local Hutu today for Portland. Mrs. M. A. Boners, of Portland, was In Salem today to see hor son, George Kogers.tho state binder. Mrs. Rogers had lwen I n Salem last. '12 years ago. Tlicro were then but a few stores, one hotel, no court houso or state house, and only a row narrow board walks. Mrn. Rogers was agreeably surprised at the appearance or the city. The Wild Waves. If they could talk they would lie telling every Salem housekeeper tho advantages of buying groceries of Branson & Co Stoo Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in nil Its taj;es. and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con. stitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inte nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by bulldlug up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they olTcr One Hun dred dollars for any case that it falls to cure, fiend for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CUKNEV & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, 75c. Shad at Duty's market. mmsm Zum B In Fruits We lead in fresh, dried and M canned goods, Only the best brands kept, and our prices are ever the lowest. In Cheese We have a greater variety than all other houses cnmhfn4. and it has come to be admitted ; mat tlie best place in Salen to gcicneeseis at Sonnemann's, In Vegetables Nothing grows to good for our customers, and Table Ware We have not only the best things for" a good well"1 Ch0l?& WarC. t0 h t in, as well. Forscnporcccu .. fcTpriSf lcad ift choIcc P 3 124 State SONNEM ANN'S 124 State! SOCIAL REVELATIONS. Soma Personals and News of the Doings of Oregon People. A GRAND SUCCESS. The musical service at tho First M. 33 church last evening, given by Prof. Heritage" and assistants, proved a magnificent success, carrying with It .the enthusiasm and thorough enjoy ment., which thnt able gentleman's work nlwnyH makes manifest. A vast atidlenco packed the lurgc auditorium, tho halls and stairways being nlso crowded throughout the service, utnnillntr rnrim wiih nil trtkon. and "" " those at the outer doors say that liuii 'rlreds of nconlc were turned away who could not gain even standing room. The program was a popular one, In so far as sacred and clnsslcal music could be, and the great audi ence was more than pleased with every number. In truth, It was an ovation for musical culture and Christian work, such ns has not been known In Salem for some time, and Prof. Heritage Is entitled to the thanks or this community ror his efforts to clevnte the public tastes for culture and religion. That gentle man made a short address on church government, especially the financial aspects of it, which was worthy the closest consideration. Among other things, he urged the Importance of churches being solvent, as it were, and keeping their matters upon the best financial basis. He took occasion to say that row business men but would rail, ir they used tho Bystem employed bv many churches In the management or their nffalrs, which is no doubt the plain truth. He also laid great stress upon the Importance or good music In tho church, as well ns for the masscB. He favors a big choir, but wants all tho congragatlon to Join In tho music as well. Ho has instru mental music In his choir, and says ho proposed, it possible, to have a full band, Including drums. It Is to be hoped that Salem will bo able to re tain tho valuable public services of 3rof. Heritage and ills helpers, ror the great good they nrc doing In making musical culture an Important factor In our social, civic, religious and public life. HKKUMANN TUB IIKALEK Will bo at Iteed's opera house to night and tho public of Salem arc in vited to nttend a demonstration wlilch promises to be of unusual Im portance. Herrmann the Healer who has caused such excitement In Port laud mid SanFrancisco thepastmonth opens his engagement tonight when ho will demonstrate his ability to perform strange and wonderful cures of all ailments hitherto pronounced by the best physicians incurable. It lias been left ror Herrmann the Healer, who knows nothing or science to dazzle, amaze and stagger tho whole scientific world by his potency to heal by simply the "laying on or hands." Go to Heed's opera house to night and see tho simple methods em ployed mid bo convinced that science knows little of magnetic phenomena as yet. Reserved seats on sale at Pattern Bros. 1 A KAItK TKBAT. Tho Misses Hebcca McKlnley, Borthtt O'Hclly and Klsle Tcllows, who aro to appear at tho Presbyterian church this ovcnlng In a musical en tertainment, spent Sunday In the city. Saturday evening at the Hotel Willamette they In an unexpected and Impromptu way entertained Landlord Wagner's family mid guests, Including Governor Lord, Attorney General Idlcmau and others, 111 a most delightful manner. They aro truly worth hearing. savi: tub DATi:. Tho great and only "Schubert Ma le Quartet,"of Chicago, accompanied by a celebrated harpist, nroinnklnir their first trip to tho Paclllc coast and will bo at tho Baptist church next Mon day night. This Is no ordinary com- pany, us coital has never boforo visited Salem. An ovcnlngof rare pleasure will lie provided. Secure your re serves early, tho church will no doubt be crowded. THE CYCLONE HERE. TUTg f Admit ' i r ir 1 1 X A Storm of Lone Star Populism Breaks on the City. "Cyclone Da vis, "-James Harvey Davis of Sulphur Springs, Texas-Is In the city to speak this afternoon and evening at the armory. The cyclone Is 11 tall willowy son or the Lone Star State. His hair Is grayish white, his eye Hashes like an onnlo lin wiMIM Jl llUt like a COWOOy, l one of the ablest lawyers In Texas, has occupied Judicial positions, mm Iukj no iiimht officiated at lynch ing parties. If he did he did It grace fully, as his every gesture Ib com- 'nnsnrl nf tlnn-ft wild WCStcrtl forCC 011(1 a native grace that Is fascinating In the extreme. Mr. Davis Is a lightning exponent of JelTersonlan doctrines down to date, and a typical representative of the movement that Is rending the solid South and upheaving tho poli tics of the Democratic Gibraltar. Davis Is six and a half root In his stockings and draws like a house afire. "I will bet any man all I am worth and my hope of heaven," said Davis to Landlord Wagner, "thnt I can prove every proposition 1 make from tho constitution of the United States and the Inspired writings of Thomas JeN rcrson." Tho bet was not taken. Davis bears tlie marks or being a genius, and his natural eloquence Is undisputed. He is a great admirer of the ladies, and especially interests them In his lectures. At 2 n. 111. tlie lamest audience yet assembled In the armory faced Mr. Davis and ho proceeded to discuss the issues from the Ponullst standpoint. He held the crowd to a llnlsh and speaks again tonight. Most Satisfaction. You can got more satisfaction for the money out or the 1, ICO meals we have to cat In tho course of the yearat Kcnworthy & George's than any other place In the city. :vm that owing to 'the verj Mnrmy went her and very backward scuson.we have on hnnd more spring pond I ban wc don ro, tind as wo never llko to show one season's goods the next wo would rather mnko a sacrifice of 'them the ilrst Bason. During our special sales the next two weeks we will make larger reductions than ever before and continue them two days In place of one. Monday and TuesdayzMuslins and Sheetings. Wednesday and ThursdayvvGloves. Friday and SaturdaywDrcss Goods, F)0 NOT FORGET - our special offer on graduating dresses, n m c Students 1 Cut this out. brinngit to our store, and save money on your graduating dress. Good nnlvtn Tune I. nnd for craduatlnc dresses IK . . "J .,.--. .. jn lor stuuemi oniy. 1mm if i3 ?&&Als - - v m 257 Commercial st, nF? Jf . 'W0 It's a snap! snapping HIRES Rootbeer with ginger snaps. UA Mir by Tbt Cbitl.i K. lllrt. Co , Ph(lJ.lpfel. A Mo. uk Btk.i iiUoM. Colli tttr;whti,. Citizenship Rbstoued. Governor Lord today restored to citizenship James Noah or Pendleton, who served one year in the penitentiary ror lar ceny. A large petition rrom prom inent citizens, the Judge nnd prose cuting attorney was presented. Two PnisoNEits. Sheriff Combs and guards today brought two prison ers to tho penitentiary from Crook county, being L Curfman, for larceny IS months, and F. Stlcc for assault with a dangerous weapon, two years. DIED. HOWEN Mrs. Elizabeth Rowen, of DPolk county, aunt to Dr. .1. N. hiniiti, aged ts years cued at tuo Salem hospital Sunday and was taken to Dallas for interment today. lllueback salmon at Doty's market. Fire In Chicago Suburb. CmoAao, May 18. Nearly half the the business portion of the suburban town of Hluo Island was destroyed by lire. Altogther 20 buildings were consumed, entailing a total loss or about$lG0,000. A shifting wind was blowing almost a. hurricane at the Wc carry a good assortment of Groceries, and all of our stock is fresh except soap, This we keep a long time in our warehouse that it may become hard and not all melt away at the first washing, 20 ounces for 5 cents, The best soap and the most for the money. We name it "WorlcVBcatcr" Try it and you will know the rest, "A hint to the wise is sufficient," flflRRITT S LAWRENCE, P, O, Grocery ::t Miss Lydla Vandorroort snent Sun. day with friends, at Stayton. Ltiko Lynn, now of Astoria, minn up Saturday evening, ror a short stay. Miss Luttlo Mlddleham. of I .win. pendence, came down today and Is visiting with Salem friends. Mrs. Ed. Zcyss. of Albanv. who wu tllO gUCSt Of Mrs. Will. Kntsnr !.... Saturday, returned home today. Miss Ida LansiiiL'. bun nfi'on,i.t.i. vanln, was the uuest of Dp. n ai Dwlro, and went lo Lyons today. time of tho lire, and It spread rapidly. Three hundred people who wero at. tending a dance in Sacugcr hall had a narrow escape from death. The build ing caught whllo the dance was In progress, and a stampede ensued. Many persons wero bruised, though none wero seriously Injured. Tho last of tho escaping crowd rushed through a clowd of smoko and heard tho sound or burning timbers behind them. ocbco, 0 Bicyclist Johnson Beaten. Paius, Mny 18. Mori n, the celebra ated French blcyllst beats John S. Johnson, tho American, In both heats or the 2000 niotros race at the Velo drome do la Seine. There wns extra ordinary Interest manifested In the race, and there was a great deal of, warm feeling developed between the' two principals over misunderstanding as to the tlmo and place of meeting, both wero In n determined mood, and tho spectators felt sure of a good raco Horse Shoera Meet. Buffalo, May 18. The Horseslio-' ers' National Convention will meet In ' this city today. "William J. Taggart, ' of tho United States Trades and La bor Council, will deliver tho address" or welcome. This will bo the first convention of tho kind held In Buffalo. ' NEW A. P. A. OFFICER3 Following is the Complete L -t for the Ensuing Year. Washington, May 18. The II U of new otllcors of the A. P. A. was com pleted ns follows; Secretary, W. J. Palmer, I)uttc,tMont.; treasurer, C. C. Campbell, Minneapolis; scargeaut-at-arms, J. W. Ellis, South McAllis ter, 1. T.; gaurd, W, E. Howard, Omaha; sentinel T. S. Hcnson, Ohio; trustees, Allison Stocker,Dcnvcr,Col.; George Hester, Cleveland, O.; W. J. White, Rlchmodd, Ky. At noon the meeting adjourned, tho delegates went to tho capltol and had personal Interviews with mem bers of tho house regarding the In- dlnu appropriation bill. They are confident the sectarian features of tho measure will bo stricken out. Funeral Demonstration. PitKToniA, May 18. There was a great demonstration todny, upon the occasion or the funeral of F. L. Gray, reform committeeman, who commit ted suicide, by cutting his throat In Jail. Harney Harnato road In tho iirst carriage. Are You Oni Of tliosu iinhnnnv liennln wlin inn enf eiing with weak nerves, starting at uiuij niiKUkbuimu, uuauie to ciidtiro any unusual disturbance, Uncling it Impossible to sleep? Avoid ophites and nerve compounds. Feed tho nerves upon blood made pure and nourishing by tho great blood purifier mm truo iiorvo ionic, itootrs sarsa parllla. Hood's Pills aro tho best arter-dln-ner pills, assist digestion, provent constipation. 2oe. Marvelous Ilosults. From a letter written by Kev. J. Gundcr man, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: 'I have no hesitation in rccomending Dr. King's new discovery, as the results were nlmojt marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Dap. tist Church at Hives Junction she was brought down wtth Pneumonia succedlng La Grippe, Terriblo paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interuption nnd it seemed as if the Could not survive them. A frUn,l r,. mended Dr. King's New discovery; it was i"'" " "K nu uigmy sausiactory In result." Trial bottles free at Fred A. Lcgc's Drug btore. Regular sire 50 centS an j j,i00 " ' m 11 Chinook salmon at Doty's market. WEATHER REPORT. Tho Oiegon weather bureau roports ns follews: Twilght fair and Tuesday rain. Once in a while it happens Refused to Investigate. Washington, May 18. By a vote of 0 to H the senato today refused to investigate tho alleged election frauds In Alabama In tlio Kolb-Oakea elec tion contest. ' '"' Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, Medal, Midwinter Fair. CREAM BAKING POWDffi kMost Perfect Made. 40 Years the SUdanl. that the local ticket agent cannit give you all the infor mation you require. When this is the case, write lo nii I have copies of the latest rate-iheets and railrmts timc-tnbles, and can tell you EVERYTHING you want Know aoout tne D-st and cheapest way to trench Omaha. Kansas City. St. Louis. Chicago or any other southern or south eastern city. A.C.SHELDON, G.A., Fortland.Or. IVhrion Ounty Populist Ticket Representatives, K. L. HIBUAJID. II. CLEVELAND, GEO. II. CALDWELL, T. J. Mc- CLAltY, F. A. MYERS. County Judge, I. M. WAGNER. Commissioner, I. LARSON. Sheriff, WASHINGTON HUNSAKER. Clerk, It. II. LEABO. Treasurer, GEO. M. BROWN. Recorder, R. R. RYAN. Asscsor, T. Y. McCLELLAN. School Superintendent, II. W. COPELAND. Suveyor, S. R. BURFORD, Jn. Coroner. DR. T. L. GOLDEN. TONS Rced's0 TWO Nig wionday and ft and Tuesday MmU to Ladies Oni 4 May 18 AH who are sick, deaiti and lame willte 1 Treated fij Upon the public l flerrniai y A Children Cry for itchers Cagtoria. Every kind of fish at Doty's market. LOST. A pair of eye glasses, somewhere near opTra house. Finder please leave same at offico of Gilbert Bros. When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorta. When slie was a Child, aha cried for Cascoria. 'When she became Ulss, sho clung to Castorta. When she bad Children, she gave Umm Castorta. The HeakH Pronounced by ho scientific Bt&drf i we siroPMM MAGNETIC HEAin Now living. HitnumetoMpmrfcuJ the sick, lias not onlj uiooutrfiltaJ tudes, but has convinced the wwKiftl hemlsphers that In r. is mtneticba!juj luiucu a iurcc capiDie ot tttemii unlimited results iamuv cbrxtcxi Ueretolote pronounced incnnble. 1J coming with HEALING IN HIS HAMS' And will treat entirely fr(( tde pMrii deaf, blind, sick, hme, ihtttm,paH and all on crutches or in rolling cbus's "Lavinc on of Hindi." it Rtrfi house, Monday and Taesdif tb,6t and in, and Tueidar matinee bltJsM Doori open at 7. Demoni!ntinali uenerai aumisjionsjc, Ketermxaii Reserved seats on sale it Pea I bookstore dally, comracncuipFnJtylM AKI5C AttU ALH, He is on a grand triumph! taU uni.ed Mates, ana inn mil foctiqi last appearance on mis coist. A Valuable Prescription. Editor Morrison, of Worthincton. Intl., "Sun," writes; "You have a valuable prescription In Electric 'Bit ters, and lean cheerfully recommend It for Constipation and Sick Ileadaclie, and as a general system tonic ltlias no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2025 Cot tage Grove, Ave., Chicago, was all run down, could not eat nor digest food, bad a backache which never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bot tles of Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength. Prices 50 cents and 31,00. Get a Bottle at Fred A. Lecrcr's Drucr Store. 1 Children Cry for P'itahr, Castoria. nnrvc W VI .ETCHER M m ill.' ..I..I mi1 WM tattU inc worm k'1." "" , "u ihil DIacnosticlsn, whose ' TO .,- A I Jl.-.,. hir ill ill W1 wonder and envy of tic J will preface eaca acww r .j followine very intercsuej il W itructlve iectur: .iw MONDAV NIGHT, VJ5 IT,- lnu;rr of rltS MiPfW""" live Acent. iw'B "" . f.l only. Subject, "Our iww I tu?uEtDAV rnvmrWl Subject, uaiierwE ".T", & 17-.:!. ..J. tn Vntnre." W" " BfeTOEJumcgB The poor woo w " --us affllctediespecUUy . fffl theurnatlc, pal;d.fle.r: Tut i wish tree ireauww - V",b,,J given compi mem.. - , hour devious to each esWa Hernnann, for ten days vlp ..ffirrfffiSSSS ".v." ." f..... IMABW -. .J who desire priTM - 10 a.m. to i.P-J iawC 'commencing M"! u Thursday afternoon, WgW Consultation, whh W. ir Ik nil cuvft wtm secured at ibe ;fSl,W' hotd. Ladies' etraacj - .. every day from 1 a- frm office at hotel ",' -,r,?tl time-B'0i,p' made at &JtAni looking J j3ii After whiafct .' W"L Le l S physician .vhar.,g .jt. are incurable, hf1,?3sJit. and their case will a"