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- . ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. -.? Jff & - is SALEM, OKEG ON, MONDAY , SEPTEMBER 7, 1800. NO. 221 ttmT,. H. NfiW yOTK KaCK6 ! I he Peo Is recleving goods of all kinds direct from New York, bought from one of tlie largest establishments of the kind in tlie world. All their goods are bought for cash, and sold for cash. Those buying from such a house get their goods cheaper than in an ordin ary time house; that Is clear. Wo are also able to sell our goods at cheaper rates, that also Is clear. We keep a laige line of laces, em broideries, lace curtains, bed spreads, linen ambcotton towels, crash, table linen, ladies vests, and all kinds of underwear, corsets, white and work hirts, suspenders, h lery, purses, combs, brushes, and a largo aline of notions of all kinds, call and see for yourselves, we sell at close prices. m E.T.BARNES. ndtistrial Portland, Oregon, Sept, 19 to October 17, The great resources of the Pacific Northwest. Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries, Woes, Manufactures, Transportation, Machinery, Trade and Commerce will be represented owe completely than ever before. "Grslnd band concert every afternoon and evening. Special attractions every night. lowest rates ever made on all transportation lines. Admission 2jc. Children loc. For exhibit -pace apply to Geo. L Baker, Superintend ent, at the building. E. C. MAS TEN, Sec. LAWN MOWERS. HAY RAKES, GRAY- Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, i.iuuEX hom:. WwXSPKINKl.ER.S, SALiiM LLCAIMNG HOTEL the Will Kciiucea'rate.t. Management liDeral. Electric cars, leave hovel for all public.buildings nljpomts ofjintcrest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons. A. I. WAGNER ffiwl ftlnfhinnl wuu uiuDiiiiiyj - ssm ft Is an Important factors in the Achieve' ment of Success in Life, This is a bit of philosophy that time and the" experience 01 men have proved to be founded on fact, That being the I all who buy clothing should seek a store where the best JWnuig is sold at prices which suit all classes, Such a store is ducted by GiJonnsiM The Popular Clothiers, turJJ clotlwng that fits PW tC "s wcgwH in texture ana iuusii v.iuuiu "" we eye a kccps ihc wawn, If you want any "8 usually found in a Fst'Class A QothingHouse C?fy,you t0 " 'Wc can showjgoods that will make '" mouth water. State and Liberty Streets. Exposition BROS., MACHINE OILS and AXLE GREASE. OR. WCYCLE3. SUNDRIES. amette Hotel. OF THE CITY. o - not only the body, but the son Die I Ten Thousand Ratified Salem Saturday. PEOPLE HAVE NOT CHANGED. Tromendous Demonstration Against the Gold Standard. THE PEOPLE ARE FOR SILVER. Speeches by Barkley, Chamberlain and Others. This Is the peoples campaign! All the lying and sneering of. tlie Oregonian will not dissipate the fact that the Salctu ratification was an eye-opener to the golden calf worship pers. They cannot understand why there even should be any Bryan ratifi cation. Senator Patterson and State Com mitteeman Banker McCornack were dazed and stunned arid stood about speechless, with corrugated brows, at the outpouring and enthusiasm of the people. The audience at Marlon square numbered from 5000 to COOO people. It was orderly, earnest and intelligent and uproariously enthusiastic. Little knots of goldbugs stood about on the outskirts of tlie crowd, wearing a scared look and a McKinley button. Silver men jeered at them, farmers laughed at them. The crowd was there by thousands for Bryan and free coinage. The Journal, continues Its report of the Bryan ratification at Salem Saturday, September 5th Salem the banner Republican city ot the ban ner Republican county heretofore but not this year. The afternoon program embraced three speeches one by a Populist, one by a. Democrat, one by a Republican. Saturday we printed Mayor Pcnnoyer's speech. Today we print Hon. ILL. Barkley's speech, or rather a brief synopsis, as he never uses notes or writes out his speeches. He spoke with a rapidity that no shorthand re porter can follow. Following is only an abstract of his most striking pol nts. To be appreciated he must be heard. He has now engagements to speak at over thirty places and cannot meet the demands that are put upon him. The people are insisting he shall fol low Sonator Mitchell wherever that gentleman appears, non. Geo. E. Chamberlain's speech will appear Tuesday. HON. H. L. BARKLEY was Introduced by Chairman Holmes as the Black Eagle ef French Prairie. He followed Mayor Pennoyer, and as the old Ex-Governor made the argu ment against the gold standard very completely, Mr. Barkley delivered an off-hand exhortation that delighted his hearers as much as any set speech he ever made. "Ho had faced every man In the audience, with rare excep tions, on many occasions and was re ceived with a perfect ovation of ap plause: "I have Just listened to a Demo-Popullstlc-Republlcan speaker the best speech I have ever heard. From Maine to California the Bryan campaign Is meeting with these upris ings of the solid citizenship of our country, and it means that the people are going to say that America is able to attend to her own business and to let other people know it. (Applause.) "Our country' 'ias ,)ee" suffering from a bad overdose of gold monome tallism from England, and the people are sick of It, and we are going to give them a dose of American bimetallism to balance the account. (Cheering.) "The Republicans themselves are sick of It and they can't vomit It np nor get it down, and the Cleveland Republican party, has got the same dose of epicac.and both together want the people to eat up their filthy mass. (Laughter.) Eider Barkley spoke en tirely impromptu and is a hard man to report. He said no party could hold him with Us ranks Jf the sovereign peopla demand a chanee of policy on any great public question, and It was the duty of every citizen to act in dependent of party lines aim demarcations. We had settled the tariff Jn 1892 and got gionotwiy whip ned. The American people were .rred on the necessity of a tariff, but. for Bryan REPLIES TO ANARCHY. "The man who charges anarchy up on the alliance of forces standing for Bryan was himself unpatriotic ahd Incapable of maintaining tlie propo sition on any stump in tills state. (Great cheering.) $ rOINTS ON MONEY. 4 "The white lady-fingers of the bankers were getting a clutch on the producing masses, that could never bo shaken but by the free and unlimited coinage of silver. That nkmc will supply the demand and force them to circulate their money or let it e Idle. If we have plenty of money Ameri can money and England wants It, she can have It and plenty of ifc If she can meet the conditions required to get it. (Laughter.) v "In every critical hour, whan our nation was bleeding at every pore gold and silver Joined hands and wejit on an eloping tour across the water, and wc had nothing but greenbacks and they went flashing over our country like lightning. But soon theyiiiadc two weak links in the chain of; the people's legal tender paper money. One weak link Is enough to break any chain. They put In too you could not pay duties nor interest on the national debt with them, You paid your noble Union soldiery In (Continued on second page,) x Fight With a Burglar. San" FitANCisco.Scpt 7. J. F. Mall, a shoe clerk residing In the Marcsuhal Nlel hotel, on Ellis street, was awak ened about 0 o'clock yesterday morn ing by a burglar, who was going through the pockets or the clothing from which ho had divested himself upon retiring. Jumping out of bed, Mall clinched with the intruder, but, after a desperate struggle, the burglar broke away from him and ran from the house. Mail immediately started in pursuit, and, after a prolonged chuse, overtook his man and made htm return to the hotel and sit upon.a trunk with hid hands In the air until a policeman arrived and took him into custody. No Demonstration in Canton. Canton, Ohio, Sept. 7. There 'was no formal labor day demonstration In Canton. Many buildings arc de corated. About the first and most notable decorations In honor of day was made at McKlnley's home, whero a magnllicient American flag was sot flying to the breeze. A telephone message received by McKinley from the Chicago national Republican headquarters announced when tlie la bor day parade passed thoaudltorium, there was great cheering for McKin ley. Qaudaur the Champion Oaisman. Putney, England, Sept. 7. Jake Gaudaur, of Toronto, today won the rowing championship of the world and $2,500 in addition to the sports man cup, defeating James II. Stans bury, of Australia. Tlie course was the u.-ual championship course, four miles straightway, from Putney to Mertlake. Guadaur won by twenty lengths In 23.01. Farmer Murdered Excelsior Si'RiNOS, Mo., Sept. 7. Matthew Clark, an old bachelor far mer, was today found murdered, lying on the roadside near his home, a few mllns from here. Ills head was hor ribly battered and he had evidently been killed for his money. There is no clew, and particulars are meager. Clark had lived alone for years, and wa well-to-do. Faulty Burned. TACOMA.Sept, 7.-LlttleElla Myers, the 2-year-old daughter of U. II. Myers, a street-car employe, suo cutnbedat7 o'clock last night to In juries received by fire Saturday eve ning. She was playing In the yard, when her dress caught fire from homo smouldering timbers, and before the flames could bo extinguished, uhe was fatally burned. Didn't that crowd hang on -though, Saturday! OAIBTOHIA. nfa- dsUi Hauut III ttiy Ztf( DIGNITY OF LABOR, Bryan's Theme hi Honor of Labor Day. CRTWDS ARE UP IN THE AIR. And Unnumbered Thousands to Hear Him. Out Milwaukee, Wis., Sept., 5. Can didate Bryan mado short stops at Waukegan and Kenosha whero he was met by thousands as usual. At Racine, Wis., he spoko to 10,000 In the rain under an umbrella, and at Milwaukee In the cvevlng to 25,000 nl Schuetzenfest park. The figures for attendance at Bryan's meetings are all discounted and conservative esti mates. Ed. J. BRYAN'S USUAL SUNDAY. MiLWAUKEE,Scpt. 7. "WIllluiii Jen nings Bryan spent a quiet Sunday In this city. In the morning, with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wall, he attended tho Immauucl Presbyterian church and listened to a sermon by Rev. Bishop Fallows.of Chicago, on text "Provid ence." Thero was no demonstrations of any kind further than than a few introductions to some of the f rlcndu of Mr. and Mrs. Wall. In tho afternoon tho nominee ac companied his host on a drive through out the city. There were few visitors and tho day passed quietly. Mr.Bryan left for Chicago to speak at tho Labor day picnic at Sharpshooter Park. AT CHICAGO. Chicago, Sept. 7 In a quiet unos- tontatous manner Brynn f eft Mil waukee this morrtlng. Ho was drlvon to tho depot by E. C. Wall, tho chair man of the state central committee, whoso guest he has been. He was ac companied by Ex-Governor Gcorgo W. Peck nnd J. II. Stover. Thcro woro about 100 people to meet the party at tho Chicago depot and they cheered Bryan lustily. Tho nominee was hustled Into n carriage with Ex-Gov-ernor Peck nnd driven Immediately to tho auditorium annex. the Parade. The labor organizations, of Chicago celebrated Labor day with a parado In which probably 40,000 men partici pated, practically every trades union in the city being represented. Tho weather was Ideal. Shops and facto ries were generally closed. Tho board of trade and many down-town stores closed all day. Tho chief attraction was tho of speech W.J. Bryan, at Sharpshooter's park this alternoon. Thero was also speaking atOgdcn'tf park by prominent labor leaders. IIRYANJH OVATION. CiucAGO.Scpt. 7. Long before 2:30, the hour set for arrival of William J. Bryan, sharpshooters park was filled with laboring men. Outside unnum bered thousands had gathered wait ing Impatiently see tho apostle of free silver. Every trco within hearing of the speakers stand was filled with those seeking nn unobstructed view. Bryan was cheered continuously its he drove rapidly through the btrcets. As his carriage ncared tho park densely packed crowd gath crcd thero bet up roar that lasted ten minutes. Then with a rush the gates wore broken down. The police were powcrlesi to control the crowd and la a short time tho park was a dense mass of crushed but still cheering humanity. No one was berlously Injured In tho Jam, though one or two women fainted. On the stand with Bryan were Judge William Prentiss, Judge McConoell and leaders of labor unions. Bryan began speak ing at 2:15, choosing for his subject "The Dignity of Labor.'' LAIJOU IN OALtKOUNU. Loh Anoelkh, Sept. 7. Labor demonstration hero today Js largest ever known In California. Monter panide Of tucmbors of nil labor organ izations In city took place this morn lug. This afternoon thcro arc excr clses at Agricultural park and speeches by United States Senator Whlto and others. ARKANSAS ELECTION. Will Go at Least Fifty Thousand Dem- ocntic. St. Louiss, Sept. 7. A special toth Post Dispatch, from Little Rockj Ark., says tho election today hits drawn tho largest vote cast, in this state for sovcml years. Tho total vote cast two years ago, when Gov ernor Clarke was elected was 120,03(1. Today's vote will not fall below 160, 000 and may reach 175,000. Chair man Armstrong, of tho Democratic state committee, is confident that Colonnl Dan Jones will receive more thanJlOO.OOO votes, at least f0,000 ma Jorlty over their Republican and Pop' ullst opponents. Goloncl Files, guber- nntfirliil innlt(l.'itn nf Ilin 1imitl.iic will, not rccelvo more than lB,00tlt8Ul,C(,, Tlie tw votes. Two years aga D. E. Barker, Populist, polled 21,000. A Dead Robber. Sacramento, Sept. 7. G rea t ci ow ds of people contluuo visits to tho mor gue to look upon tho remains or tho train robber killed last Saturday night b Engineer Ingles. Detective Thackcrls still In thoclty assisting other officers In search for tho dead man's two companions. Detective Hume returned to San Francisco to day for puiposo or picking up Infor mation concerning nssoclntcs of tho dead man, whoso namo It Is now quite certain was F. J. Morgan. Relay Race. New Yoric, Sopt. 7. A courier In tho Examlnor-Journnl relny race nr- rived at tho Journal onlco today at 3:30, making tho transcontinental trip In thirteen days and thirty ralnunes. " LI Hung Chang, Niagara Falls, N. Y., Sept. 7 LI Hung Chaug passed over into Can ada by way of tho suspension bridge a little after 0 o'clock today. Ho traveled on a special Cauadlnn train, He Was Initialed. Chester G. Murphy has been Initi ated into thocollcgo life of Stanford accord I nir to a letter rccolvcd in this city recently. Tho well known custom of "hazing" lb, apparently, not an 'absent quantity" nt Stanford. Mr. Murphy with a number of other fresh men wcro called upon ono evening by tho Sophomores who requested that they be entertained that evening. Tho Freshmen 1 wcro taken Into an open spaco and obliged to mount dry goods boxes that had been provided for tho occasion. They wcro then called upon for speeches and each compiled with tho request to tho best of his ability. At tho conclusion of the speeches, tho "orators" were treated to a shower of eggs, which had evidently been reserved for this particular occasion several weeks. Mr Murphy was so unfortunate as to be struck In tho eye with one of tho ugly rulssils, a part of tho shell penetrat ing tho cornea. The assailants wore humane enough to cease operations until tho shell had been removed when they again "resumed fire." Lauor Day. Today being u legal holiday, no business of an official na ture, was transacted at Ore gon's capltol. All departments were closed and the officers and employes were enjoying an additional days' rest. However all the banks wcro open as well as business houses, and the bussness activity on our btrcets was as noticeable as ever. Banner down. The high Bryau wind blow down tho "Vermont went Republican'' banner this after noon. It was tho generul comment of Democrats, Populists and Sliver Re publicans that It was put up on tho day of the Bryan ratification as no such crowd would ever see It again. Hfgheit of all in Lcavonfag Royal AB&OJWTEI.Y PUKE MINNESOTA LYNCHING Murderers of Sheriff Rogers Hanged, YOUNG GIRL FOUND IN RIVER. A Plucky Fight With a Burglar -Other Mishaps. Olencoi:, Minn., Sept. 7. Tho trie! or the first of tho two men charged with the murder of "Sheriff Joseph Rogers, resulted in a verdict or mur der In the second degree, which did not pleaso Bonio of tho people or tjils county, and a double lynching re- men lynched wcro Darwin Musgrovo and II. A. Clnc- mars. Between 112 and 1 o'clock last night, a mill) or masked men appeared nt the Jail and rapped ror admission. Jallur Edward Wuddol opened tho door to see who was thero, and n de mand was made for tho keys. On his refusal ho was tier: in a chair and the men preceded to batter down tho doors with a sledge hammer. After bicaklng down tho cell locks, they mado tho prisoner dress. In splto of their pltful ruqtiests tube allowed to speak, the two men wcro gagged and hustled away. Tho mob took them to d tho brldgo over Buffalo creek on tho road leading to tho scotio or tho murder, nnd placing them in tho same relative position ns when thoy committed tho murdor. Thoy swung tho men over tho bridge, tho drop or 15 root breaking their necks. Jailer Wilddel "and Ounrd IIopps were bo much excited over tholr experience that thoy could give llttlo description of tho mob, all wearing black masks. An Inquest will bo hold over tho remains and an attempt mado to locatn tho mob. Kound in the River. Dayton, O., Sopt. 7. August 27, Bcsslo Little, n bonrdor with Mrs. Frees, on South Jefferson street, this city, disappeared at 0 o'clock in the ovonlug. Shu told Mrs. Frees sltohad au engagement to ride with Albert J. Frantz, her alleged lovor. On Thurs day, Soptcmber .'I, Besslo's body, bloated almost beyond recognition, was found In Stillwater river, near the brldgo over that river Just north of Dayton. Tho coroner supposed It a (cnuo of simple drowning, perhaps sul fclde. Bessie's known delicate condi tion suggested suicide. Public senti ment demanded closer Investigation. Tho body was exhumed and re-exam ined. A bullet that had entered the right car was found lodged in tho brain. This was the first revelation or murdor. Frantz was then arrested. Ho was known to be out that night with his buggy. He says Bcsslo was not with him. Nobody has been round that saw Frantz and Bessio to gether that night. On tho following day Frantz' stablo burned, and his buggy with Its evidences, If It con taincd any, was destroyed. Frantz tho day after tho murder, paid one week's board for Bessio In advance, and when told she was missing, said, she would return. Ended Their Outing. Auuuckle, Cal., Sept. 7. J. Prlco Vaughan shctund killed A. 31. Phil lips this evening. They had quar reled over tho distribution of the spoils of their hunting trip of bIx weeks In tho mountains. Vaughun gave himself up. rowers Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder ' M 4 the rates were not fixed.