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mi j iiMipiiripmc DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. .; 9 SALEM, OBKGON,TirURSDAY. OCTOBER 22, 189G. DSTO, "F you 8, tt.nnAtliiina wlinn ninnnv timMnra nri .1..l-a ..! in LlltTPU iiiih-j, " w. . .vi.j i;i.vji inv; .ivv, mill produce brings low prices, it behooves every one need ing goods to look around, and learn wlierc they can get tho same quality of goods for the least money in other words, whero they can get five articles for the same money as they would get only four for at other places, tho O. MET offers you first-class goods in about this proportion. Their stock of men's and boys' clothing ana overalls is of excellent quallto, at also their w y" & " V 4 sl9s-l line of boots and shoes from ladies' and children's tine to men and boys' tine and coarse shoes and boots. They are all sold at racket prices; also their under wear sor ladles, gents and children. Their line or gloves, hosiery, hats and caps, rubber shoes and boo',s of all kinds, of the best make, and sold as cheap as possible. Wool yarn of all grades, and sold at racket prices. Call and save 15 to 23 per cent. E.T.BARNES. THE WILLAMETTE HOT L KADINGr HOTEL OF THE CITY, Reduced rates. Management lioeral. Electric cars leave ho;el for nil public builJinys and points of interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons. A. I, WAGNRP, Lawn Mowers, fl-Tr RfrQ J Madiinc Oils, Hay Rakes, VJJTay DTO&, and Axle Grease. Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. Garden Hose, ,-i rw I ,D Lawn Sprinklers, J C5 a. I e m, .JT,. Sundries. -KXCELSIOR - STABLE- K, C, HANSEN, MANAGER. Unlvnood horse ued. Satisfaction guaranteed.Stablo luck of State Insurance block into buying anything anything in the way of 6L0TH until you have seen our line and got our prices, We know where of we speak when we say that Our $10 Black Clay Worsted is the cheapest suit ever offered in the city, A new line of over coats and hats just arrived and are offering them'at prices that defy competition, Remember the place '6. 1. Johnson 120 STATE nnw " JX1 TT-TT" & son STREET. TAKES ANOTHER FALL Great Ekcitement on Chicago Exchange, NEARLY FIVE CENTS 'LOWER, European Markets Follow'American Declines. WHEAT DECLINES. Chicago Oct. 22. "Wheat took r.n other downward plunge this morning. Opening trades for December options were made from 73J to 74J, the high est figure paid being exactly one cent under yesterday closing It then started on a rapid and nervous decline to 72. Varlousc Influences contributed to the weakeness, the chief being the tightness of money market. ANOTHEK Did SLUMP. Chicago, Oct.22. Almost five cents a bushel was clipped oil the price of wheat today. December wheat closed yestersay 751, finished today 70. It Is not often the price has had such sensationally sudden collapses. To stop loss orders were In the hands of every commission man who had cus tomers long on wheat and when the decline panic early today it caught most of those. It was practically im possible to execute exactly ,-ti'ow to stop the loss on orders at any"glven figure and the result was almost a unanimous rush to sell. The closing fifteen minutes (.n 'change were marked by scenes of al most unparalled excitement. The market was a perfect panic. No one wanted to buy, everyone wanted to sell and a minute before closing Dec ember wheat was offered at 70; as tho closing bell rang out 70 was. being quoted. LONDON MARKET. London, Oct. 22. At the Ualtlc today -the cargo-wheat market was dull at the opening, with sellirs gen erally ottering' n shilling less than yes terday, and no bio's. It was reported that the Berlin wheat market opened at free offerings at three marks down, and the market was steady at decline. I1KEADSTUFFS IN FIlNOE, Paws, Oct. 22. -Flour and wheat opeped here today with free offering at fiO centimes per hundred kilos, under yesterday's price, but recovered 25 centimes toward the close of the market- NEW YORK MAHKET. New Yohk, Oct. 22.-On the pro. duce exchange tills afternoon a senBa tlonal drop In prices startled tho whole trade and completely demoral ized wheat. Prices slid down the 6cale a quarter to a half at a time. Wheat fell off nearly 4 cents In a half hour. At close market was very nervous at 77c. for December. '' CALIFORNIA WHEAT. SaN FiiANCisco.Oct. 22. Following the drop In the price of Chicago wheat, the local m'nrket took sudden drop again today, decling six points during the morning sessions of the produce exchange. Eleven thousand tons of wheat changed hands up to noon. December wheat opened today $1.30, sold as low as $1.33, closing noon at $1,331. May opened $1.43 closed noon at $1.37. Since the close of the noon session curb quotation of Chicago are received giving a rise of I cent. The hulls are confident the market will be tinner this afternoon, LIVERPOOL-MARKET. Liverpool, Oct.22. Wheat closed excitedly with a decline of3d31-2d in sympathy with the American mar kef New Bishop of Duluth. New York, Oct. 22.-The house of bishops of the Pro-stant Episcopal church, of America, today elected Rev. John Morsison (not Morris)', D, D., L. L. D to the secently cre ated blbhopricof Dtlutli, Minn. THE i WRECKED ARAGO. Body of aiMan Hanging in the For ward Rigging. Mabshfield, Or., Oct. 22. Wreck age of every description lines the beach near the scene of the wrecked steamer Arag'o. "She is fast embedding herself f n the sand.and only 20 feet of tho top of her masts are visible at low water. A portion of the cargo diary products, camo ashore yesterday and was rescued by beachcombers. A patrol of tho beach for several miles at different hours of the day failed to discover any i of tho bodies of, the Unfortunate vie- tiuisof yesterday's disaster, and It Is believcdtha'Vthcy have been burled In the Band. ' The patrolman of the llfesavlng station reported seeing the body of a drowned man fastened In the rigging this morning. The object, which was observed from' the Jetty, could be seen after each swell. It Is the body of a man, hanging head downward, with his feet fouled In.the ropes of the for ward rigging. The sea was too rough to allow the lifeboat to go out and make an Investigation. The survivors of the crew are quartered at Empire City, awaiting the departure of the steamer Homer foT San Francisco. Mclntyres Proclamation. Denver, Oct. ;23. In compliance with tho suggestion of Bryan and Chairman, Jones, pf the Democratic national committee. Governor Mcln tyre Issued a proclamation urging cit izens, Irrespective of party anima tions, to .display flags on October 31. Regarding Chairman Hanna's origi nal suggestion of flag day, the gover nor says: "It Is my opinion that the attempt of Mr. Ilanna to debase the national colors,' of tho United. Suites, Is un patriotic and fiupcrtlfient, and should be resented jay all good Ameri cans. - President Cleveland at Princeton. Princeton, N. J., Oct. 21. The Se squl centeftrtlal anniversary day was duly observed. Principal Event or day was an address by President Clevel and. The address was on the lines of a promise of national safety and guar anty or permanence of our free Insti tutions, which may and ought to ra dicate from our universities and col leges by encouragement of a spirit of conservatism and toleration. Tho pre sident declined the honor of having the degree of L. L. D.tconferred upon him, Murder and Suicide. Sacramento, Oct. 22.-At 10 o'clock this morning James Lowo shot and fatally Injured Addle Shilling and then turned the weapon to his head and blew out his brains. The tradgedy took place In tho lqbby of the police court where Lowe was go ing to stand trial on a charge of vagrancy- Lowe was u son of ex-State Senator Lowe, of San Jose. The young man hus been living here for several months with tho Shilling woman, who is reputed to be a pros tute. She was to have been a wit ness against him. A Silver Preacher. Chicago, Oct. 22.-Itcv. Dr. Hiram W. Thomas, pastor of the People's church, said to 'an Associated Press reporter; "I haye always been a Republican, and always understood tho Republi can party as being for the double standard. I am afraid, however, It is at heart tending to monometallism, and I think It best U support the silver side In this campaign. I am not taking an active part, but that Is my opinion." Bank Robbery, Eureka Springs, Ark., Oct. 22. Robbers entered the bank at Cass vllle, Mo., last night, blew open the safe and escaped, securing contents. The amount was not large, but the bank ! otllclals refuse to say how much. The robbery was the work of professionals. LI Reaches Peking. Peking, Oct. 22. LI Hung Chang has arrived here, and will shortly pre sent his report to the emperor. STATEMENT FROM TERRELL. Denies Attempted Porting Dardanelles. Constantinople, Oct. 22. Copy right, 1890,by Associated Press.) Hon, A. W. Terrell, United States minister to Turkey, has given to the Associ ated Press tho first explicit and auth orized statctiicnt of the rumois re garding the admission (if the Ban croft in tho Levant, directly rofutlng the wild, unfounded statements cir culated in tile United States and tele graphed here, 'that the Bancroft was Inslriinlpil tC proceed through the Dardanelles and to Constantinople In spite of whatever protests might bo offered bj tho Turkish authorities, When the attention or Mr. Terrell was called to this story he said with emphasis: "The report that the Bancroft will, under Instruction, force the Darde nelles is too ridiculous for serious no tice. The fact of the matter is that I have not applied for the entry of n dispatch boat to Constantinople since February. The statement that I have abandoned or withdrawn application Is entirely without foundation. "I have not even mentioned the sub ject of a dispatch boat to the porto since February. Tho relations be tween Turkey and United States are cordial. No American has been sacri ficed during tho massacres, and It Is Improbable that the United States will, depart from Its traditional policy of not meddling In the domestic af fairs or Turkey. Armenians Blunder. Constantinople, Oct. 22. Tho Armenians can record another victim. Nourl Effendl, mortally wounded, died In the presence of his weeping father, who arrlTed Just In tlmo to find him In the agony or death The sultan, on hearing of the seri ous condition or Nourl, sent tho pal ace surgeon to sec If It was possible for an operation to save his life. Ills majesty wag greatly grieved when ho heard of tbedoatb of Nourl. " ii ' i - ' The Hankow Railroad. Peking, Oct 22. Jnpan accepts tho Chinese rendering of the factory clauso of the Bacteran treaty. China Is therefore free to levy the amount or the duty. Owing to tho decrease or the Italian minister, the diplomats have not yet discussed the subject. Tho Gazette today contains an edict appointing Sheng director or tho Hankow railroad; tho governor-gcni oral of Cljl H L,u, on tho recommen dation or tho American syndicate, advances 30,000,000 tacls for a lino of 700 miles in Swung Ho. Twenty seven rivers require bridging. Shcng has transfcred tho Hankow Iron works to the railway, The foregoing telegram (Is sent as received. There uro probablo cablo errors, as to which Inquiry is being madOi Bryan In Hooslerdom. Rochester, Ind., Oct. 22. The In diana committee evidently docs not Intend to allow Bryan to fall fur be hind his record, as u speech maker on his trip through the Hooslerdom. Nineteen speeches were made in the 21 hours ending at midnight last night, and seventeen are on tho card for tho next 24 hours and there will probably be more, But Tarks Martin, chairman or tho state'eom mlttec, who Is In charge or the train, Is taking care 'that Bryan receives moro rest and Is doing his best to save 111 m from the too affectionate crowd of admirers. Rioter Indicted, Leadville, Colo., Oct. 22. C, II. Costlerhas been Inflicted for murder mid arrested. He W churged with participating in tho attack on the Coronado mine, in which Fireman O'Keefe was killed. Rate of Discount Advanced, London Oct. 23. Tho bank of Eng. land has advanced the rate of dis count from 3 to 4 per cent. , Another Cruiser for 8paln. BOBNOB Ayhks, Oct.22. The Span ish colony hero has raised $2,000,000 with which to present Spain a new cruler. Hang Otot nil Bryan Supporters Called On to Decorate. . ';'- Let Us Meet Mark Hanna's Proclamation of "I, Therefore," Etc' Tho Bryan Union Campaign Committee of Oregon have Issued the fol- lewing: ''National headquarters have directed and instructed tho Bryan manage ment In all tho states to hoist tho national flag on Saturday,, tho 31st Inst., and to decorate tlw school house artd public buildings with bunting on that day, and to keep them up until aft Or election. Mark Ilanna has put out the same order ror the same duy on behalf or his candidate, to mako It appear that they represent all that Is patrtotlcal Amorlcan In this land, and to fas ten so far as such action might, the stigma of disloyalty upon tho Bryan cause, uryan's causo represents tne republic today, and it is highly Important that Mr. Hanna's attempt to 'steal the livery or the court or heaven to servo the devil In' should bo counteracted tho way herein suggested. Leave nostono unturned to decorate on Saturday, the 31st, and keep 'decorated' until the close or the polls." MARK HANNA'S PROCLAMATION. Chairman Ilanna, or tho Republican National Committee, has promul gated the following proclamatien: "The American Hag has been In tho prcscntcampalgn tho emblem or In signia or the national honor. Its Inllucnco has been for great good In the cause or good people. Its display In many places lias been potent In tho ad vancement or tho country's battlo ror tho maintenance or Its honor at homo and abroad. 1 thcrcroro suggest that on Saturday October 23,all who Intend to vote on November 3, for the preservation bf our national honor, for sound money, and tho advancement of our peoplo's interests and gonornl prosperity, display the national colors at their homes and places of business, and where over they may be seen, in order that voters whoso hearts aro for their country may be strengthened In their purpose, and that those who aro undctrmlned may tho moro patriotically and Intelligently conclude how, to perform their duties as citizens. "It Is further suggested at tho headquarters of the Republican nntlonal commttteo that state, county and city committees and -clubs cucourago tho display of national Hags on the lust Saturday of the campaign In every part of the country, especially on residences, und to have tho flags und bunting on salo nt convenient places for farmers und others who live In localities remote from proper trade points, and that tho display of flags and bunting bo con tinued until after tho national election. STATE NEWS. Last Wednesday, Thursday and Fri day over 400,000 bushels of wheat were sold lu Pendleton. A Bryan club of 08 members was or ganized at Merlin a few days slnco with D. W. Mlschlalct president. Whllo Mayor Ponnoycr spoko in As toria he was presented with a beauti ful bouquet of 10 white flowers und one yellow one. W. P. Chester, of Eugene, sold to S. II. Friendly his crop of hops, consist ing of 220 bales. Tho prlco paid wns 5 cents per pound. T. J. Elliott, of Camp Crook, a well known farmer Populist, Is tho only Populist thus fur on record, as making gold standard speeches. Kcrby vlllo has a lively Brynn club with 75 members. J. W. Hunt.ulwuys u Republican, Is the secretary. This precinct Is nearly unanimous for Bryan. Tho Bryan club of Falrmount pre cinct has issued a challenge to any McKinley club In tho north end of that county to a discussion of tho money question. S. Whitney and Garlleld Sutton, two Albany boys, linvo shipped Into tho nuval service, and aro off on a three years' cruise on n mun-of-wur, out of San Francisco. Tho freight rate between Albany and Eugcno has been reduced between 7 and 8 cents a hundred In order to meet team freighting between Cor vallls and Eugene. W. E. Lees and Billy Jones of Mal heur county, have bet $100 on the gencrul result of the election. Tho same two gentlemen aro closing up a deal of another $10,000 bot. A man ut Grant's Puss offered to .bot 910.000 to $20,000 that McKlnloy would bo elected. Ho proved to bo a trump und walked to tho next station when ho left, says tho Courier. E Klbllnger was arrested in Pendle ton Tuesday for beating his 0-year old boy. It is alleged ho took u pieco of scantling four feet long and beat tho llttla boy until his body was a muss of bruises. John Daws.whollvesiicarSllverton, recently dug 720 bushels of potatoes, from three acres of land. Tills Is an average of 243 bushels to tho acre. - tT-'" " ' 'I Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U, S. Gov't Report. Royal ABSOLUTELY PURE Old Glory. only true patriotism that exists in this Mr. Daws has thirty acres moro in potatoes that ho Is now digging. A novel method of smuggling Whisky into Alaska has been discov ered, In tho cargo or tho steamer, Umatilla, which recently ran ashore at Point Wilson were firty barrels of sugar for Alaska. In taking out tho freight several of these barrels burated open, and, securely packed In 'tho cen ter of each was found a five-gallon domljohn or whisky. The silver movement Is strongat Nehalcm. On Thursday u Bryun club wus formed with 60 members and moro aro signing tho roll dally. Sat urday night T. B. Handloy, of Tilla mook, spoko.thoro In tho interest of tho gold standard nnd at the close of his speech every ono present Joined in giving three rousing chcors for Bryan. A couplo ot Albany's business men wcro fllmflammcd lust Saturday. A stranger with letters of Introduction succeeded in getting checks for 930.73 und $25.83 cashed. Tho affair was cutely arranged so as not to excite suspicion und wus in tho form of proposition for money und goods. Tho sumo man operated in Oregon City whoro ho secured $54.05, At a McKlnloy meeting held at tho county farm in Multnomah county attended by i about 70 Inmates und others. Mr. Charles II. Dodd,of Port land, made u plea for tno "honest dol lar, "and when ho concluded, requested all tho McKlnlcyltes in the audience to stnnd up. About 20 responded, lie then asked tho Bryun men to nriso about 50 stood up. Things aro looking well In Lane county nnd a neat majority for Bryan is expected. In Mohawk precinct tho Bryun club' hus ovor 100 members. There aro 145 voters in this precinct, which havo been strongly Republican. At Florence tho Bryan club has 140 members, whero tho total Democratic and People's party vote last spring1 was only 75. Silver men aro on their mottle and uro forcing tho fight. A capitalist in Chicago offers to bot 910,000 thut Illinois will go for Bryan, 910,000, that Kentucky will go for Bryan, 95,000 that Now York will do likewise, and Michigan ditto. QTho goldbug organ Is again print ing that platform for tho Democratic platform whclh they know is not the true Democratic platform. Baking Powder &. v Sv ' '! - il Mr $?f$ 2&&B "