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i "i " v DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 'ii ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. 2T V. h. H. SALEM, OREGON PBIDAV, AUGUST T I8!). JffO. 2f Always After We are always and you are always after more goods for the money We give you more nnrl better floods for the monev than you can buy elsewhere, and that's why we have x-iore customer Our prices on reliable A C A shoes are not found HP'O'THF" a other storesGood shoes, and shoes that fit and wear well, are what ers from 15 to 25 chases E.T.BARNES. BUM RATIFICATION Committees Appointed and Date Sept. 5. THE FORM OF ORGANIZATION. Clubs Organizing for Bryan and Bimetallism, Tlie movement to ratify Bryan's nomination at Salem has been got well under way and the tldo for bimet allism U growing. TO UATIFV FOIt 11UYAN. About twenty gentlemen belonging to the three parties assembled at the parlors of Hotel Willamette Thursday evening to tnako arrangements for a Bryan ratification. E. Hofer announced the purpose of the gathering and on motion Judge T. L. Davidson was chosen as chair man of the evening. "W. T. Itlgdon was then elected secretary and the meeting got down to business without delay. Upon motion, Saturday, September 5th, was chosen as the day for rati fication, 2 o'cloek p. m. as the hour, and Salem the place for holding same. W. H. Holmes, J. M. Payne and W. T- Rlsdou were appointed as a com mittee on program with power to act on the matter of extending the enter tainment of the day Jntoun evening session at the opera house. A committee on speakers and invi tations was also named, consisting of Hofer, J. P.Frlzzcll, George Allen, John Bayne, Jeff Meyers and P. N. Derby. Te finances of the affair were. Placed in the hands of G. W. Mlnkler, "G. Westacott, D. A. White, A. W. nnls and Wilson Putnam. AH committees are to report back to an adjourned session of this body ! Saturday evening, August 15, at 8 0c'ock p. m. at the hotel parlors, and 00 motion said adjourned meeting " to be made the occasion for form D a Union Bimetallic Club, a dis trict organization for campaign pur P4 and work. 2be caracter of the gentlemen FILING MANHOOD 8r' Md Nervous DeWIty. SfrataMM of Bodr and Mind, Effect of Errarn or Liocbjm la Olii or Vonnc. HobuM, Koblo Manhool fullv iiAm-A(i. SSLJe-wne jt ..fit. i"MJtv. ne, un I Rn'T" .Absolutely un. t Vy " SiKW. CO.lnffak,N.Y. Moire, JSC X after more customers, per cent on all pur prcsont was an indication o'f the earn est purpose and deep undercurrent In favor of a union movement for IJrynn and bimetallism. The Bimetallic Union lias adopted the following form of heading for club organization by precincts: MAWON COUNTY II I METALLIC UNION. For the precinct of wncrcas, tno American people are competent to lcglslato for themselves on all subjects, and Whereas, financial oppression and dictation of the money power In our politics has effaced the boundary lines of parties, and our duty is no longer to bo partisans but to bo patriots. Therefore, wo the undersigned de clare that wo favor the use of both gold and silver as standard monev, and are opposed to the single gold standard, and believe In the free and unlimited coinage of both gold und silver nt tlio present legal ratio 10 to 1, and hereby pledge ourselves to Join In an united effort until this Is accom plished. These blanks can be had at The Journal olllco or of E. P. Morcom, county chairman, Woodburn. Tho silver men will be well supplied with speakers in this campaign. Sa lem will send out a number of gentle men who can hold theirown with any of tho golditles. Alderman Rldgon Is loaded for Hon. C. B. Moorcs, who re ferred to him In a slurring manner nt tho McKinley ratification, in connec tion with It. R. Ryan and Bud Chap man. Rldgon will take care of him self In nny contest. Major D. C. Sherman returned last night "from Portland nnd reports a growing silver sentiment. lie says all efforts to suppressliscussion will react In favor of free coinage There will be a bimetallic Union organized atSllvcrton Saturday even ing at which Hon. II. L. Barkley, W. J. D'Arcy and others will speak. Tho executlvo committee or tho Bimetallic Union has secured tho. ser vices of Chas. P. Strain, of McKee, to hold school house meetings and organ ize clubs. Mr. Strain has always been a Republican but Is a match for any gold standard orator will meet him. JOURNAL "X" RAYS. Directed Upon Persons and Thing by the Good Natured Man. Motto of tho Goldecrats: Gold bonds and free passes for tho rich a potato patch for the poor! Glvo us back the "50 cent dollar" of 17021873. It was worth more than a gold dollar then, and will be its equal again. . There Is said to be a new man at Woodburn now who can talk louder and say two words Tto Walter Toozo's one. That Is simply awful! mil. (4lonrlfnl Tfnnillll Iffl ll fl till fll- leged "sound money" men who are holding back a few hundred dollars tnstl v due the little SILVER DAILY for campaign advertising ordered by them, win nna tncy cannot urea ,1Min tlila ntinai. In Hint. W.1V- Tllft UUf.l W.IO .4V. ... ..' w- tlrst duty of a' "sound money" man Is -v M 1 ft ft n to pay ins oius. it no emit iw hnnnut. hill lin linrl hntAr milt, talking politics along that line till he can. CLEVELAND DEN ES Not Opposed to Another Gold Ticket. HE IS N0TTO MEET BRYAN, Mark Hanna Says McKinley Will Not Do It, "New York, Aug. 7. In answer to nn inquiry us to the report published in this city yesterday that President Cleveland has made known his dis approval or the proposed third ticket project tho president telegraphs as follews: "Buzzards Bay, Mass., Aug. 7. It Is absolutely untrue that I have given nny advice to the Indianapolis confer ence, (signed) G rover Cleveland." Quay Will Retire. Pittsuuro, Aug. 7. Senator Quay says lie will retire' from polltlcss'at expiration of his present term. McKinley Bridled. Philadelphia, Aug. 7. Mark Han tin says that McKinley will not go on tho stump against Bryan. Has Resigned. Washington, Aug. 7. A. C. Moore, the collorcd messenger In the treasury department, has resigned, assigning ns tho cause his rlfusal to servo under a Democrat who has bolted the ticket nominated by his party convention. Ahgeld Talks. Chicago,. Aug. 7. Times-Herald says: "Thero Is u fight on between Governor Altgeld nnd Chairman Jones of tho Democratic national com mittee. Govornor Altgeld holds that Chairman Jones is personally respon sible for the Sowall-Watson muddlo nnd Is of the opinion that If the Ark ansas senator had remained away from St. Louis matters have adjusted themselves In a much better shape. Jones at Work. Washington, Aug. 7. Chairman Jones was back at tho Democratic headquarters today. He said concern ing tho visit to Senator Hill that there was no authority for the state ment that Hill had declared himself on the. political situation. On tho contrary, Jones says, Hill Is tho man who keeps his own counsels and like others in New York Is probably await ing tho action of the stato convention in September. Ex-Mayor Orr Seated. Tacoma, Aug. 1. The following decision was reached by Judgo Prltcliard last night, declaring that ex-Mayor Orr bo entitled to his scat occupied by Acting Mayor Fawcett. The samo court this morning decided that the charter amendments passed at the last April election as Inopera tive, because of their having been In scribed Improperly In tho charter book. Tlils decision doesuway with tho commissioner of public works and tho civil service commission and renders void all their acts since ap pointment. Heat Continues. New York, Aug.7. Thcio Is no precoptlble diminution In tho heat and humidity that prevailed here all week. By 0 a. m. tho police had re ports of tho death of Patrick Lonan, longshorman, and William Mehan, laborer, who were prostrated yester day. The temperature was 80 with tho promise yesterday to record 01 being eclipsed. Failure. COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. T.-Tho assets and liabilities of tho Columbus Buggy company are about $900,000 each. Children Cry as Pnhr, Cattorla. STATU NEWS. Tho now Pendleton wollcu mill will start In a few days. ...I. .!.-- I.J f . J up exposition coiiiiiiiiii'i' m iwii- , land has already got (Tver $10,000 for the exposition this fall. -The Seattle hankers :ie refining to btiV warrants on account of tho silver craze, as they deem to call It. ! Tho hop men of around Corvallls, ' are engaging their picker, and mi far have had plenty of applicants for work. John M. Bios, who has resigned the ' position of president of tho O. A. C, ' at Corvallls, Is going cast with his family to live. I Eight carloads of wool from Hup. i pner were received at Moody ware house,, at- The Dalles, Monday. The wool Is being stored. The "Four-Back club" or Corvallls, Is a club of young gentloii.t'ii, 'who amuse themselves by taking excur sions into the country. K.K. Kuubll, of Jacksonville, has been invited to deliver the oration at the Southern Oregon Pioneer Society's reunion In September. Tho Boseburg Bally Plnlndealer suspended publication last Saturday, after an existence of ono year, ono month nnd fifteen days. An Albany man In tho fruit business had about 1G0 boxes of bcYrlfcs In his wagon, when his team ran away, and scattered them on tho street. Tampa, a fleet-footed anmnl, owned by Kceney Bros., of Long Creek Or,, wab sold recently at Anactinda, Mont., to W. F. Matlock of rcndleton. It Is understood that at least nine wnrrants have been Issued by tho U. S. court against sheep men for sum mer herding In Cascado reserve. Just now the farmers of tho Grand Roundo valley arc engngedjn putting up hay, but tho crop Is so heavy that In somo sections much of Jt will be left standing. Glowwc, a farmhand, working for Jay Lucas, met with an accident to day. Ills left hand was caught In tho machinery of a harvester and mashed so badly that two of the lingers had to be amputated. Sixteen farms in the vicinity of Pcndloto, somo In Oregon nndomo In Washington, have been 'Harvested, and tho returns show tho avergo to have been 31 bushels or wheat and GO bushels of barley to tho acre. Tho Dalles Fishing Company will ship a lot of ealmon from tho lower river, where they cannot bo cared for, to Its cannery at The Dalles. The hianngcr says that, If tho fish won't swim up to The Dalles, he will send them up by express. John Weaver, a logger of Astoria iie.-ir Westnort was bromrht to bo treated for a badly crushed leg. Last ' rebel loss Is reported as heavy. Sev Saturday, whllo 'swamping," a log J oral officers were among thoso rolled over his leg, holding him fast to wounded on tho Spanish side, the ground for somo tlmo before as- A tran on UlQ myam & 15lltamuo slsUinco arrived. rft,lway wa8 nttnckcd by j,1SurgcntH f rolirlir, trnln.nin Into a band of 15 cut- ..,.. won. iiPiiiinnd in hetwpfin n bluff and fence, near Blalock. All of tho cattlo were either killed by tho accident or so badly wmlmcd that they had to be killed. Grant Eggcr's barber shop In Ash land was burglarized last Saturday nlght.and a lot of barber tools belong Ing to Mr. Eggers and a complete set of barber tools belonging to O. O. Hoi- man. ns well as a iol oi uwcim, wcru stolen, the total value of tho plunder ! amounting to about WO. J J. E. Smith. Pendleton, Or., un- loaded a train of sheep nt Kallspcl, ' Mont..to rest and feed, JJo plnccd Miefn on tho school section northeast of town. They begun dying from some cause, and something over 200 died In two days. It Is uncertain what caused their death, but they are supposed to have been poisoned. Sometlmolago J.Montgomery, of Eaglo Point precinct, In Jackson county, captured a coyote and tied a bell to him, hoping thu3 to drive other's of tho kind out of the country. Tho sequel to tho story came last week, when Walter Lewis attracted by tho tinkling of a bell, discovered his coyoteshlp with a companion In tho act of slaughtering a hog.- Dr. J. B. Cardwoll, president of the state board of horticulture, received a letter from Louis IUtz.of Hamburg, Germany, Informing him of tho Inter national Agricultural exposition, to bo given lu Hamburg from May 1, to October 1, 1897, ana inviung mo iruit "rT lff nLTl ' meno offers $15,000 cash prizes for ex- lilblts of fruit and many valuable gold medals are offered by the stale, Arrangements have aloo been made I with steamship companies, by which ' fruit for exhibits may bo shipped to the exposition free of charge. TROUBLE IN SPAIN Cuban Insurgents Add Fuel to the Flames, A STRONGHOLD WAS- TAKEN Heavy Loss to the, Troops. Insurgent Madrid, Aug. 7. (Copyrighted, 1890, by the Associated Press.) Trod blc of a serious nature Is being fomen ted In Spain, paitlcularly In the prov ince of Valencia, by agents of the Cuban Insurgents. The minister of tho Interior Scnor Cosgayon, yester day replying to a question in the chamber of deputies admitted that riots had occurred In Valencia, caused by tho friends of the Cuban Insurgents, who hoped thereby to pre vent tho departure of reinforcements of troops for Cuba. Hitherto tho popular dcmotistrn. tlons have been attributed to protests against Imposing new taxes, made necessary by tho financial strain tho government has been subjected to, through carrying on tho campaign against -tho Insurgents In Cuba, but whllo "tho government Is only willing to admit that tho riots have been In stigated by tho agents of tho Cuban revolutionists, It Is generally admit ted that tho root of tho trouble Is much deeper and that It Is being nourished by a natural feeling of alarm and dismay at tho apparent ut ter Inability of tho government to copo with tho situation In Cuba. Spanish Victory. Havana, Aug. 7. A correspondent i in Baracoa communicates news f re cent important military operations In tho district. Talavcra battalion, a detachment of local volunteers and a body of the civil guard, after a socro engagement lasting five, hours nnd a brilliant charge, captured a big rebel stronghold at Cuchllas do Clgnlna, de fended by 800 Insurgents. Many houses were destroyed and a' great quantity of munitions captured. Tho volleys ' were fired Into the cars, but tho ; troops were not hurt. Tlw Spanish escort on tho trnln returned tho rebel lire, but the result Is uoL known. The train proceeded. Official Santiago do Cuba reports say that the warship Gallca bombar- ded and destroyed tho Insurgent cnmps on tho coast near Partlllo. Planter Murdered, Havana, Aug. '7. Tho insurgent band led by Hernandez, consisting of o, nen ntul four ot t)l0 women fighters, called amazons, have killed with tho machete four cartdrlvers and have murdered tho proprietor of a tobacco plantation In province of Plnar del Itio, also his wife, three sons and a daughter. Three other children were "crlously wounded at tho samo time. A Bad Fire. Kansas Citv, Aug. 7. Ono man was killed outright, ono perhaps fatally Injured and five others sus tained more or less serious injuries In a lire which started In Swift's pack ing plant at mldnlgnt and burned till late this morning. The property lews Is nearly $100,000. Held Up. San Fhancibco, Aug. 7. James JA. Campbell,a Honolulu mllllouaire,who 1 Inn nrnn Atl lno ftni1nU rllllKrin1 lt nteht with a bullet-holo through his hat and an exciting tale about an adventure with robbers. Campbell gaya Hint whllo ho was drinking In a rooni , g,, ,l0 was confronted by two masked money. men, who demanded WORKWOMEN'S CL.UU. To Have nn Anti-Silver Talk Tonight, Behind Closed Doors. Thk JouitNAi. Is Informed, not offi cially, that the illon. Til Ford, who has always been a free-silver man, will this evening talk In ravnrof the platform mid uomii.ee of the gold standard, and making the tariff tho foremost Issue lu the presidential campaign. He is to talk to tho members of the Worklngnicn'h Republican club, who aro to meet tonight ntthc Bcpubllcan club rooms In tho Laforo building. Hon. Til. Ford has been Invited to address the club on tho money ques tion and stato his views on bimetal lism. The meeting will not bo public, but will Ito confined to mciubeisof tho Worklngnion's club organized by the editor of tho Statesman. Chap. Johiwon, receiver of the Oregon Nur sery Co., will bo doorkeeper. C II. Irvine, of IhcSlnlesiiinn, is secretary,' and Foreman Earl Hacc, of the stato sewer Is president. THE QUARTZVILLli MINES. Oreat Activity Among the Qpld Diggers Everywhere. Joe. Cavanaugh, who for years held a wardeushlpnt tho Oregon penttcu- tlary, camodowu yesterday from the Lawler mluo nt Auldcm, where ho Is employed, and reports good progress lu tho "dlgglns." Ho says about 75 men are employed nt wages ranging from $1.50 to $3.50 per day. Both day and night crows tiro worked. Mr. Smith Is foreman of tho night shift, and Mr. Mears of the day shift, both competent men and hearty good fol lows who enjoy the confidence of the management us well as tho men. Mr. Cavanaugli says tho men aro unusually welt treated, having good board, Including tho best tho Inland market alfords. Tho camp Is lighted with electricity, and good baths aro furnished all tho men. It Is evident from all appearances that tho venture Is proving a success, and that tho mlno will prove a bonanza to tho Quartzvlllo region. There Is much prospecting In tho Snntlam region of tho Cascades. Many now mining claims are bolng filed, and great re sults aro expected by all who know, tho possibilities of this section. Bkyan Tiiuui: Too. J. W. Fowler, a tonsorlnl artist on Stato street, has on exhibition in his window a very pretty arrangement. It Is a mluaturo room with all tho signers of tho dec laration of Independence present, cither standing or reclining. Upon tho walls 'In prominent places aro Bryan buttons that look very much as though they were evidently Intended there. It Is Indeed a vory pretty design. Although Bryan was not present when our constitution wns formed, ho Is heartily In favor of every sentiment emboldcd therein. A Nkw Janitoic Tho county court feeling lt necessary to havo a day Janitor at tho court house as well as a night-watchman, reduced tho hit ter's salary from $00 to $10, anil em ployed a day man nt $30. W. S. Kllno was re-appolulcd as night man, but resigned on account of tho reduction lu pay, when James Roberts of South Salem, wis appointed to tako tho place. Ho goes on duty this evening, and will makofa good man for tho place. County Coukt.-TIio Marlon county court Is In session this afternoon with members of tho Polk county court lu regard to repairing tho Willamette bridge, such as tightening up tho bolts, rcplanklng and painting It. Tills work Is to bo done Jointly, and It Is proposed later to endeavor to got tho federal government to protect tho river bed by rip-rapping tho Polk county bank forborne distance above tho bridge. Examination Notice, The rcirular quarterly examination for teachers' certificates will bo held at tho court house, Salem, Oregon, be ginning at 1 p. in., Wednesday, August . 1BIKJ. u. v. JONES, 7'30-dw-td County Supt. Inbani:.- Patrick Hall, aged 20 ycifrs, of Astorle, was today brought to tho asylum. i tii W K A T II K K FOUKOAST, Toil Igllt and Friday showers. Highest of all in Leavening Power. DWaI m k umet&xM ABMUDTE&Y PUKE L The German Prime Minister Withdraws. AMERICAN MONEY BOYCOTTED Canadians Warn All Notto'Rocclvo Any.oC It. Has Resigned. Bruun, Aug. 7. The TVetMen NnchrlchtPii today annouhces that Prince Ilohcnlohc, the linpc,'rlal chan cellor, has resigned. American Mjmey No Oo. Montkkai.. Aug. 7 Tho St. Hya- clnthe chamber of commcrco has Is sued a warning to merchants, farmers and tho public generally, not to ac cept American money .upon any con sideration. Not Endotslng Bryan. Inoianai'Oms, Aug. 7. Tho pro visloual national commlttco not en dorsing tho Chicago platform met here this afternoon. While over two thirds of tho states havo no repre sentatives thoro aro more advisory visitors titan committeemen. An almost unanimous Hcntlmcnt Is in favor of anothor convention, for tho purpose or naming an Independent or third national Democratic ticket to bo known as that of tho national Demo cratic party. F. W. Cutohoson, of St. Paul, said "In Minnesota it third tlokot would draw 12 Domocratlo voter whoro Mc- Klnloy would not draw one." Ho fr Yorcd John G. Carllslo for president, Fj S. Hra'gg for vlco president. Ex Congressman Outhwalto, fuvored n third ticket, but had no choice of condldatcs. Tho "primary purpose of tills move ment," said he, "Is Jto prcsorvo tho Democratic party and its principles. Tilts necessarily Involved thodofcat of tho Populist tlckot named tin Chi cago." It was decided to hold ujconvcntlon" nt Indianapolis. Voto stood Indiana polls 10,Loulsvlllo 2,Mlnncapolls 0. A Husband's Crime. San Fhanoisco, Aug. 7. John So phor, a worthless character, yesterday morning tried to kill his wlfo nnd thou killed himself. Sophor cams from Humbolt'couutv. Five months ago tho womamleft her husband and went to Dixon. Ho followed her there and attempted to shoot her. Sho returned to San Francisco to avoid him, and ho followed her here, This morning ho called at a lodging house where sho was stopping, nnd nf tcr a short conversation put a pistol to her mouth and iircd. Tho woman Is not dangerously wounded. Sophor then shot himself through the head, dying Instantly. Twice Married, Nkw Youir, Aug. 7. Allco Evans, of Los Angles, who stylos herself tho California songbird, rushed Into Pollco Justice Wood's otllco, In Jersey Ulty, with Box Forster, tho wild cow boy pianist, In tow. They aro man and wife. "Judge," said tho songbird, ex citedly, "I want to bo married over again to my husband. Wo were mar ried out west several years ugo, and our marriage certificate was destroyed In a lire. I feel that I ought to havo tho knot tied over again." Pollco Justice Wood did as re quested, and tho songbird and tho cowboy went away smiling. Latest U.S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder HQHEN OE RESIGNS JSk3LiMtW: !!- -;