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ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. jljfr'r fffT"L VOL. 8. SALEM, Oil KG ON, WEDNESDAY MAY? SO, I8. tf KtiOKOl. New York Has a fine stock of 'CLOTHING - for men. boys' and youths', Hats of fur and straw, of all lands and si tes, "Star 5 Star" shoes at greatly reduced prices. Hos- icry and underwear of all grades, Notions and gloves of all kinds. Table linen, crash and towels. White and colored shirts, and almost anythtng needed, All at very low prices, Call and save money, B.T.BARNES. to bo made a star feature or the card , In the evening a ball in the A. O. U. W. hall, a boxing tournament at Rcacon hill park pavlllion, or Hop-' kin's Transoceanic at the theatre, ' offer a choice of amusement. I The great sham battlo is reserved for Tuesday, the last of the carnival ' days and which also opens with a pro-' fcsslonnl ball. All arrangements for the great naval and military spectacle are In the hands of the oillccrs of II. M's. Pacific- squadron and of the just completed land fortifications at Point SILVER MEN UNITING, Populists Agree to Adopt the Democratic Nominee, IF .HE IS FOR THE SILVER Macauiay, which win bo the sceno of ' Andf'tho Two Platforms Agroo On the warllko operations. These repre sent the latest development of mili tary stategetlc science, and will on this occasion for the first time bo thrown open to the public. The at tack will be by sea, the flagship Royal Arthur landing Iter marines and blue jackets under lire, and the Royal . That Issue. CinoAao, May 20. A special to the Record from Indianapolis, says: "The 'Populists of Indiana make the nn I nonnccment that within tlio last ton Marino artillery, Royal cmilneers and a.ai'a' an "lcrstatidlng has been fifth regiment of Canadian artillery reached whereby the Populists of defending the position and introduc- ovory 6UUe ,n ll, Unlon nre to nccent lug the great disappearing guns of tno "tform and candidate of the which so much has been said and C1,CK convention, In case both arc printed during tho past few years. A ' f,,r rrec 8,lvcr- T,1 leading Porno grand review of both land and sea. cratlc advocates of free sliver through forces will bo the fitting finale of the i out u colintry have been quietly In spcctaclc, while for the evening tlioro ' fo"ehhut If the Chicago convention Is an athletic exhibition at tlio A. O. I ndoptj?a free sllyer plank, and noml- U. W. hall and a promenade concert ,,nW8 u ca,ululIuo who will pledge BRITISH COLUMBIA The Queen's Birthday a the Capital. A GREAT BICYCLE MEET. A Big Program of Sports May 23 to 26. VicroniA, R. C, May 20. In tlrcse days of carnivals, fetes and flcfitos all along the rcoast, California is, to be given n race for her honors this spring by the cities of Rrltlsh Colum bia, New Westminister haying Just closed a very pretty and unique May Day festival and Victoria now coming to tlio front with the most elaborate queen's birthday celebration which any Canadian City has yet attempted. Tlio sports this year aro described at length In a souvenlradvanco program which Mr. 0. II. Gibbons, city editor of tlio "Colonist," has just Issued on behalf of the Victoria Wheeling club, of which he was one of tlio founders. Tills program, which Is being circu lated nil through tho northwest Is a genuine work of art, covering In addi tion to the celebration proper, the permanent attractions of the R. C. capital, many of which aro illustrated with handsome half tone engravings. From it It Is learned that the carni val sports will this year practically extend over an cntlro week as the Home Scries of Victoria's team in the new Pacific League of profes sional baseball teams commence on the 20th of the month and not until the 20th docs tho celebration proper come to a close with tho traditional grand display of fireworks. Raseball holds undisputed possession of the field on the 20th, 21st aud 22nd and on the 23rd, besides more baesball, the special features .are taken up. Sat urday Is the cyclist's day and yatch- men's day, the former presenting a race meet for valuable prizes at tho Oak Bay Cinder track. For this meeting all the noted flyers of tho northwest are expected and as tho track Is recognized as the best on the coast, there is every prospect that the provincial record of 2.15, established there last season, will bo quickly shelved for Inspection here after only as an antiquity. Tho race program contains good things for both amateur and professional and nothing will be left undone by the local club, one of the strongest ath letic organization in the Province, to promote tho pleasure of visiting wheelers. Tho latter aro invited to mako the club rooms of tho V. W. C. tholr home just as long as they remain hi the city. There they will find local riders to guido them In tho pleasant paths care for their wheels, and sec that they want for nothing during their stay. After tho races on tho 23d a social concert and ball Is to be given by the club at the handsome and commodious Mount Raker hotel, Oak Ray, while for tho Sunday a run to picturesque Coldstream is on the cards. For the yachting cnthusinst there aro also races on tho afternoon of tho 23d over tho same courso and under similar conditions to those pre vailing In 1805, tho prizes totalling about $700. Monday tho 23th is Rcgclta day. Not that the Regetta is the only fea ture of the day, but It is the strong specialty. In the morning there will bo both lacrosse and baseball at Cale donia Parjc, Vancouver meeting Vic toria In a championship match of the Canadian game, and the Victoria lcaguo opposing Seattlo on the dia mond. Monday morning also wit nesses an International trap shooting match for six men teams from the cities of the northwest, to bo shot at Beacon Hill Park; and a riflo match on the luovcr roini uange. xno Regatta will bo In all respects worthy of tho city's fame In acquatlcs. It will bo held as usual at tlio gorgo on Victorln Arm, and will Introduce a great variety of races for amateurs, professlonal3,thc navy and tho natives of the province, the Indians coming for the various contests all tho way from Alaska borderland. Special races for Indian women this year are by tho Fifth Regiment band at their new armory and drill hall. On the whole It will be a great cele bration, ono of tho greatest in tho history of tho Pacific northwest. Johannesburg Reformers Sentenced. Puetoma, May 20. The sontenccs of tho leaders of the Johannesburg re formers, It was announced today, will stand over for tho present and In tho meanwhile tho sentence of 15 years Imprisonment has been substituted for tho sentence of death, Imposed on Colonel Rliodcs,John Huys Hammond, Lionel Phillips and Ocorge Farrar. Nino other prisoners aro discharged. Eighteen were sentenced to flvo' months Imprisonment, and twenty two to three months Imprisonment Fortitlcation Dill Amendment. Washington, May 20. Senator Gorman lias offered an amendment to to the fortifications bill, providing for Issuing for indebtedness, certifi cates in tho denominations of $20, $50, $1,000 bearing Interest at tluco per cent per annum, redeemable at the pleasure of tho United States, not to exceed 81,000,000. himself to sign n free coinage bill, I' ono comes to him from congress Tho notion of the convention will bo en dorsed uy tho Populist national con ventlonj and tlio national sliver party convention. Electric Car Accident. San Fkancisco, May 20. A passen ger car on the San Lcaudro and Hay wards electric road jumped tho track this morning and seventeen passengers were all more or less injured some of them narrowly escaping with their lives. Queen's Birthday. London, May, 20. Tlio olllclal cole bratlon of tho Queen's birthday, which occurs Sunday, took piuco to day throughout tho country and tlio empire In general, A Cltatlon.-Mrs. M. J. Ward Is to appear Juno 15 th at 2 p. m. and filo her report as guardian of T. R. "Ward by order of tho county court. I The Iowa Democrats. Duuuquk, May 20. Tho Demo cratic state convention did notuicot until after 11 o'clock. C. S. Ranck, chairman of the slate committee, an nounced S. S. Wright as temporary chairman. A hearty wclcomo given by tho convention set at rest all antic ipation of an open protest from the bllvor men. Wright delivered a care fully prepared Bpeech, In which ho opposed freo colnago or silver, at 10 tol. The entire delegation to Chicago, except tho delegates of tho lirst and second districts will lw silver men. The platform will declare for freo sliver and nothing else. It was 2:30 when tho convention was called to order. E.M.Cnrr, of Delaware county, was chosen permanent chairman. Carr iiindo a strong pro-silver address. Horace Roles was chosen a delegate at largo to tho Chicago convention. BROOKS. On June 5th there will bo a union picnic held, to bo held near the Clear Lake school house. Every body conic and bring a well filled basket, There will lw boats on tho lake. Swings lit tho grovo and 'other means of enjoy ment. The programmo will bo furn ished by tho several schools. Halo and French gavo a concert hero Monday evening. Ceorgo Savago canio down Tuesday after his two llttlo gills, as ho has procured a lady to keep houso again. Mrs, E. M. Savago and Resale Chap man drovo to Salem Wednesday If you want any first clitM papering done call on our now paper hanger, Mrs. A. C. Perkins and Miss Julia Hart aro oft to tho stato Convention this week. Mrs. Bcckncr was tho guest of Mrs. Shaw Friday. Mrs. E. M. Savago visited her par ents In Salem Thursday. W Townsond Is In our village. Tho Thursday ovonlng prayer meet ing will bo led by Harry Phillips. Miss Juno McCarb spout Sunday among frlrnds and relatives hero. Mrs..Agnes Jones and Miss Daisy Music visited tho family of. S. W. Jones Monday. We arc sorry to find thnt a number of our citizens aro wont to- uphold a couple of Professionals In heaping denunciations and Insults upon our homo boys- thanks. Mrs. Geo. Massoy and Mrs. Win. Hoover went to rco Herrmann tho Healer Wednesday. Mr. Cliff Evans and wlfo have re turned homo again. SALKM EDITOR QOT LICKED, The Statesman Man Gets Down, a Knock- Tills morning, at about 0 o'clock Editor Irvlno or the Statesman, called John W. McKlnnoy a liar, and was knocked down as a result. It seems all tho routo managers on tho Statesman have loft tho paper after a row. Ben Crltchlow got the marble heart. Hut Jack McKlnnoy didn't tnko his doso so kindly. Without consulting Mr. MoKlnney, the Statesman announced in Its usual bulldozing style, that it had dispensed with his sorvlccs, etc., and ho was tin ablo to got any satisfaction. Mr. Mo Klnney Is well known to bo as square nnd faithful a young man us there N In Oregon. Ho has held up tho Inter ests of tho Imjior against Its present unpopular Democratic management. TIIK KNCOUNTKtl took placo In tho Statesman oillce. Irvlno was being urged tg a business like settlement. Ho colled MoKlnney a liar, etc., and Jumped for tho poker. HERRMANN Results of THE HEAt H the Matinee bv a Lady Reporter. Prof. W. F. Unit lectured to i ana intelligent assemblage of, yesterday nftornoon at tile 'xno nouso was packed, and tin agora used every available m. scat all present yet many were to stand. Tlio lecture wns )n .uK uigiiiy instructive, c in tlio pialnost and most refine guage. Every lady present, fro iMiss or sixteen tu tho Grand kiaij nr more, was oonofltcd ai; structcd. After tho lnet.nr t maun tho Healer" was n nnuiin invitation wns extoud anyone nnilctcd with chronic or rheumatism, neuralgia or deafn como forward and bo treated bj great inagnotlo healer. The tiii some seven or eight, wero well residents of tho city and surroui country. Two ladles woro earrl on tho stage In chairs and after momenta treatment walked u and took tholr places in the aud Jack McKlnnoy Jumped over tlio ll,1,ll tho nppluuso of the delil counter, and In a trice put his man toslmmor8, lrvU llR" charged South Dakota Democrats. Minneapolis, Mny 20. A special to tho Journal from Aberdeen, S. I)., says tho probabilities at 2 o'clock arc that tho gold standaul Democrats will orgautzo the stato convention. They received an Important reinforce ment this morning. Tho Rliick Hills delegates who had been for silver aro changing right about because of tlio protests from that part of tho stato. -xsnaMmaosr Storms in England. London, May 20. Violent gales have prevailed along tho coasts, and shipping hns sulTored considerably. A largo vessel was driven ashore, near Port Patrick, Scotland, this morning. It is feared there has been a groat loss of life. New Hampshire Democrats. Conooud, N. II., May 20. Tho Now Hampshire Democratic stato conven tion met today to choose delegates at large to tho national convention. The financial plank of tho platform as adopted, reads: "Under present conditions there can bo but ono standard of value, nnd every kind of currency should rest upon n gold bassls ns long as gold Is tho standard recognized by tho great commercial nations of tho world. Wo heartily commend tho notion of Presi dent Ciovcinnd, in malntalng our pub lic credit, and have faith In tlio face of formidable opposition." Conference Elections. Cli:vkland, May 20. Tlio Metho dist Episcopal conference lo-day elected tho following book agents. Now York agents, Dr. Eaton and Dr. Mains; Cincinnati agents, Louis Curtis and II. O. Jennings. FOH A88K88MKNT, TIlO O. fi O. R. It. Co. today tiled Its report of selling stock In Marlon county for purpose of assessment. It shows n total of 927-1,-170, or 9420 n mile for each mllo of road. sleep oirtlio floor, with Imro knuckles, Tho last Irvlno know, was when ho reached for the poker. They Woro separated by Wm. G. Westncott nnd Asseskor Coffey, who happened to bo going by tho door. THK MILL as described by spectators was a lively ono. It took placo at 0:15 aud opened with an elTortof Irvlno to gather n chair and then a poker. McKlnnoy was too quick for that and boforo tho Statesman editor know what ho was about McKlnnoy smashed him straight In tho face Irvlno got his hack against tlio wall aud tried to get out of tho rear of tho office. MoKIn noy got his head In chancery and was pummelling hltu right lively when Irvlno cried onougli, and W. G. Wcst ucott and others soparatcd thotn, Irvine wns badly bruised about tho head. lie Is a smaller man than Mo Klnney In many ways, though Mc Klnnoy Is not much heavier. Mr. McKlnnoy was seen nnd said that whntwasdonu speaks for Itself. Ho regretted that tho Statesman office management lias treated him In such a.-wgyiiM"td causo-hlmto rcsentrlnults In that inanuor. mviNu'H btati:ment. Tlio Statesman editor was heon and gavo a brief account, which Is prob ably correct, as ho was In a position to know. Ho said: "McKlnnoy called mo a d d robber. I said ho was a liar. It's tho first time I lmvo over been whipped, and I thought lie was a very much heavier man than I was, when ho was on top or mo. Thoro hud been some dlHsntlsfactlou about tho accounts, and It Is not settled yet." No arrostH lmvo been made. T Is often caused by overheat. As you value your cups and saucers, vour nlates. vour classes, keep them out of boilintr water. Warm water is reauallv efficient if used with Gold Dust. -X - . ." it Ml 1 ,' Tuts lainous preparauon win iuukc every thing clean, without the slightest damage. GOLD DUSTj WASHING POWDER k sure and harmless in all department of Ji house cleaning. The most econom ical method of cleaning you can j .n1s, ffirf rmltr hv A CUIflU. w..v j TBc n. rawis vwijuuiy. BL LouU. Clileaeo, .NewYort, .f uonou, i-miuucipui. bb rnuicuco. Strikers Will Resume Wotk, Kansas City, May 20. Tho strik ing firemen at the Armour Packing plant who went out on May 0, for In creased wages and fewer hours, havo compromised their affairs today and lifted their boycott against tho com pany's meats and will return to work tomorrow. Whu JUbjr was sick, wo gar her CutorU. When tho wm a Child, alia cried for CVutorU. WliM she became Kit, bo clung to Cutori. ' When she lud Children, the gars thorn CutorU Warning to Statesman Subscribers, Owing to publications appearing In Tuesday and Wednewdny morning's editions of Statesman In reference to route agents of said paper, I am com polled to warn all persons, who owo uiu for papers delivered on said routo to not pay tho samo to any person except by my order, since I havo not author ized nuyono to collect for me. I am also forced to reach you through tlio columns of tho ovonlng papers as tho Statesman this day refuses to publish this article for elthor lovo or money. .1. W. MoKinnkv. RIVER NEWS. The steamers Albany and Ruth ar rived down this morning, tho former with ten ton and the latter nboutsov cnty ton of freight. Steamer Elmore, Hoag and Ritmona will arrive up tonight. River stands at eight feet above low watermark. The Btoclc Matket. Chicago, May 20. Hogs, light, at $3.25(tf3.50; heavy,, 3.003.37. Cattle beeves, S.-tfaLSO; cows and heifers, at 10a3.8O. Sheep, Texas, f and 10c lower, others steady. Children Cry for Pitcher' Castorla, THE COUNTY CANVAS. Following are tho appointments for speaking as decided upon by the county Republican candidates Wednesday, May 20th-MlllClty 10 a. m.; Meliama, 8 p. m. Thursday, May 21st Maclcay, 2 p. in.; Mivcrum, op. in. Frlduy, May 22d--Sa)tt'H Mills, 8-p . in. Saturday, May 2:(d-rWoodburn, 8 p. in. Monday, May &H!i--Mt. Angel, 2 p. in. Uervals, 8 p. in. Tuesday, May 2fltli-Hubbard, 2 p. in.: Aurora, 8 p. in. Wednesday, .Muy ui ti. ram w a. iii.;Champocg, 2 p. m.; liuttovlllo, 8 p. in. Thursday, Muy 28th Hrooks, 10 u. in.: Howell Prulrle, 2 p, in. Friday, May 20th-East Salem, 2 p. in.; Salem, 8 p. in. MH. TONOUK'S DATKU. Thursday, May H Grant's Pass at 6 p. m. Friday, May 15-Ceiitral Point at 2 p. in. Saturday, May 10 Medford, 'i p. in. and Ashland at 8 p. m. Monday, Muy 18 Klamath Fulls. Thursday and Friday, May 21 and 22 Coos and Curry counties, Monday, May 25--Lincoln county, Toledo In the afternoon and Newtiort at night If possible to kj arrange it Tucsday.Muy IW-Corvallls. Wednesday, May 27 Sheridan. Thursday and Friday, May 28 and 20 Tillamook county. On the evening of Saturday, May 30, (Memorial day) Mr. Tongue will deliver an addrcs at Hlllslxiro. one present not to go away wit I mistaken idea that they effect cure in theso cases, but had if strated tho results of ono trca by the wonderful power of magnl witii winch young Herrmann wa uoweti. in ovory case tho sutil wusmado whothor tho dlseas curable or or not, und how many ' uionis would bo required for a ploto nnd permanent recovery. STAYTON. Mrs. Portor, of Ale, was In Saturday. Mr. R. P. Taylor, attend? political spcaklngatnt Turner day. Dr. and Mrs. Hunter drove do baiom Friday to bo present at opening of tlio wollen mill. Mr. Tripp of Portland, deliver temperance lecture at the Chrtl church Sunday morning. Mlss.Conna Davlo returned a weeks visit In Aumsvllle, Sundj MoBscr R. P, Taylor and drovo down to Aumsvllle Me morning, li tt a. jtui. j.rencn win give a mm assisted by his singing tlass on Ti day ovonlng nt tho hall. Mrs. Dr. Kitchens rotunic Albany Thursday afternoon. Ho v. Mlors preached at the Mt (list church Sunday morning. Tho Republicans held a pollf meeting In tho Stnytou hall Mori ulglit, Sunday evening was thoannlvtr of tho Epworth Lenguo.whlch w served with a short program con! Ing of essays, recitation and apr nnto songs. Miss Vandorvort al elocutionist delivered several good selections embracing the hibltlou subjects, and very hu appreciated by all present. W to have her with us again In the future. MYERS WILL RUN. Ex-Senator Jcfr Myers, ono of the board of stato fair managers, and Democratic nominee for congress In this district, has published a state ment that ho will mako tho ruco. This almost Insures Mr. Tongue's election. He declares for freo colnago of sll veranda protective tarlff.ugalust tho Pacific railway funding bill, and Improvement of our rivers and har bors. He writes a good letter. i .- . . i Polk County Canvabs. There will lw good speaking ut tho muss meeting In tho hall at WestSalcui on Friday May 22 lieglnnlng at 10 o'clock a. in. and also in tho afternoon. Nominees of all parties will ho present. The SiiuiiKUTS. Tho Rocr N. Y., Herald spoaklng of tiwlr cert In that city, says: "In tlio wl rungo of musical organization of country, tlioro Is none superior "Tlio Hhuborts;" nnd Rochester yot to hear their equal, by a very way." They will bo heard ut best nt the ilaptlst church next day night. Seats now on Dearborn's. Pauib'b Fahkwkll. Tlio Y. M. O. A, will ussemblc this ev lug to glvo Mr. Paige u farewell coptton. Albert M, Grllloy, who been In tho Y, M. O. A. work fc year and a half and it Is a great bos to the young man to bo placed charge of tlio Salem association? ThkShuiikuts. Monday night at tho lluptht church, reserved scats 50 cents, at F, 22 cents. Vanukhiiuho at Balkm. St Sonator Wm. S. Vnndorburic of county, arrived from Rrownsvlltol the nftornoon train, aud procddl address tho crowd that had asMtur, ut tho armory to hear him, He r nt tho same pluco this oven Ing. i .li Know Thy Futvn. Ry consulting Leandor the Ini pendent siato writing Medium wj win give you proof of spirit rotud Messages given from your loved lit the snlrlt world written on ... I -iw ,vw" " in til itiM'i li fi n1 linlI In viiih riurti Mr tr K, Dearborns. Children I kit Mi.rrj i m n,,.. n u tui rariors jo unu jo j-.iuntigo diock. Highwt of alt In Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov Report Roy! Baking rowoer rmmm AmwLVTw min MkJtBi -lTl1sfttiHr-r