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DAILY JOTTltNAL. .m ,f grfrr. VOU 0. SALEM, OBEGON.MONDAY. NOVEMBER , 18. ;. KO, 7 CAPITAL THE RlV. RflOKET lias demonstrated the fact that business can be done on a CASH baRls. We have only one rule and one prlco for everybody, and raako no exceptions. Did you ever realize the saving derived from this plan of busi ness. "Wo can afford to give you better goods at lower price than can be found elsewhere. Our line of .xxxxxt) x Wsmis&&m5f!3& Boots and manufactured by the Brown Mo., arc the standard of IS COMPLETE, . CLOTHING . In great variety. Hats, shirts, hosiery, laces and em broidery, yarns, ribbons and all kinds of notions, sold at prices that will save you money. Our aim is is to increase our business and it will Increase if quality and prices can do it. Call and Inspect our stock. Opposite First National bank, Salem, Or. E.T.BARNES, PROPRIETOR. Don R6 into buying anything in the way of LOTH until you have seen jour 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. . Johnson '& &&!&SSH Shoe Co., of St. Louis, quality. Our line of Deceiv Shoes i;d son IN Fair Weather Predicted for the Final Battle, RETURNS WILL COME SLOW. Both Parties Confident of Victory in the. Grand Struggle, Bryan's Last Day of Campaigning, York, Neb., Nov. 2.-At 7 o'clock this morning Bryan was proceeding westward fiom Lincoln on ills last day's work In this campaign. The first stop was made at Seward, a Ecpubllcan town and fully one-half of the crowd wore badges. The ap pearance of golaen colois In his own state seemed to put the candidate on his mettle and while he talked only about 10 minutes, lie delivered a very pointed address. Notwithstanding the large number of Republicans pres ent Mr. Bryan was liberally ap plauded. It rtas noticeable that some of the shouters wore yellow badges. Tomorrow's Weather. Washington, Nov. 2. The weather bureau today, issued a special election day bulletin, whlulisMi s fairand pleas ant Weather with about normal tem perature will probably prevail In nil the states except North and South Dakota where there will be snow. In eastern Nebraska, Minnesota, Wiscon sin and upper Michigan the indica tions are for rain or snow. In Indiana, Illinois, Mlssour and Iowa the con ditions are uncertain but favor fair weather. Be Prepared for Slow Returns, Chicago Nov. 2. The public "must be prepared for later service of to morrow's election than usual, owing to the fact that the interest will center chiefly in the states west of Alleghenies, particularly the states west of the Mississippi. As a rule the polls will close late and tele raphlc facilities are limited. . In Tennessee. Nashville, Nov. 2. The campaign closed yesterday, though there will be a few speeches today Both Dem ocratic and Republican committees claim the state. Democratic Com- mitteman Coleman says Bryan will carry the state by 25,000 to 30,000; Taylor, for governor, by 17,000 to 20, 000, and that Democrats will elect congressmen In the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh,elght, ninth, and tenth districts and the legislature. The Republican committee claim McKlnley will carry the state by 15, 000; Tillman for governor by 20,000; four congressmen certain, tewit: First, second, third and eighth, and two doubtful, seventh and fourth. The committee also claims the national Democratic-Republican fusion candi dates for congress In the sixth dis trict will be elected, and it is claimed the legislature will be Republican. Blackburn is Enthusiastic. Cincinnati, Nov. 2. Senator Black burn, who has been replying to Secre tary Carlisle throughout Kentucky, spoke last at -Covington, the homo of Secretary Carlisle. Senator Blackburn said; "My estimate, which I consider conservative, gives Kentucky to Bryan by from 18,000 to 30,000. I would not compromise on 10,rO0. Col onel Wliallen and others assure roc that Louisville will give Bryan a ma jority. The Republicans claim that district by 5000 and upward, They will not carry It by more than 3.000 at. the best." Going Home to Vote. Wabhinoton, Nov. 2, Assistant Postmasters-General Jones, Maxwell BRYAN NEBRASKA and Craig have gone to their homes in Illinois, New Yirk and North Car olina, respectively, to vote. Commis sioner of Patents-' Seymour left to nlaht for Connecticut to vote for Bryan and Sewalli Election Belting. New York, Nov. 2. Betting on the election result i was without fea ture on the stock dxebange during the forenoon, the Only transaction noted bolngthe evert Wagers of 52,000 that MoKlnlcy will hot have 200,000 plural ity In New York state. A dozen small bets wore made at Iho Fifth Avenue hotel, one being $200 to $100, that Mc Klnley's majority Jn this csty will be 35,000, another of I10O even, that Mc Kinlcy will receive 26o electoral votes. Both Partiei Claim It. San Francisco, Nov. 2. The close of the campaign in California finds the Democrats confident of earring the state and Republicans also claim ing California but not sc positively as the Democrat. Fr nk McLaughlin, chairman of tlio Republican state central committee claims ten thous and majority forftMuKlnley while Chairman Alford fur the Democrats claims thirty thousand majority for Bryan. Many Republicans concede.: the state to Bryan btoa small major ity. j- Sixty Thousand Apart. Nwv York, Nu'.i2. Chairman of t it Democratic and Uemiblienu cam palu committees ih New York are 00,000 apart'In tlicji&estlniatca' todsy ofj result of election Swuiorrow In this city. Chairman Vuueott predicts the publican plurality 25,000. Chairman Sheehan thinks the .Democratic plurality will be ut-least 35,000. No Delegation to McKinley Canton, Nov, 2. No organized del egations have reached Cauton thus far today, but callerf, as individuals,, have been going to and coming from tbeMcKlnley-a'mayv . Campaign Lies. Portland, Or., Nov. 2. -The "pro clamation" issued to organized labor by the Republican National and State central committees, denying that or ganlzed labor is for the free and un limited coinage of sllvcr,ls a campaign forgery. The proclamations signed by J. R. Sovereign and Eugene V. Debs are the only onos that are genuine. They urge organized labor to go to the polls and vote for free coinage. Worklngmen must beware of all matter addressed to them which con tradicts the resolutions passedby the great labor federations of the United States. The gold standard press in now abounding In campaign lies. The Ideal Panacea. James L. Francis, aideman, Chi cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's Now Discovery as an Ideal Panecca for coughs, colds and lung complaints, having used It In my family fortho last five years, to the exclusion of any physician's prescriptions or other preparations." Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: I have been a minister of the Methodist Episcopal church for CO years or more and have never found anything so beneficial, or that gave me such speedy rollef as Dr. King's New Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial bottles free at Fred A. Lcgg's drug store. JUDGE A A HURLEY The Eloquent Silver X Republican, And Others, Will speak at the Ar mot y Monday, Nov 2, '96, . at 730 o'clock p,m, T SELL WHEAT, English Farmers Advised to Hold the Crop. NEBRASKA TRAIN WRECK, Other Late Telegraphic News of Importance, London Market. London, Nov. jr. Wheat at the Baltic closed firm today at 3d to Cd advance. California wheat, October and November shipment, sold ut Sis. Walla Walla wheat, November and December, 33s. The Murk Lane Express today counsels farmers to hold their grain, 6aylng: The price In England may react to 28s, but It should rise again In December. The new wheat crop of Argentine Is now offered for spring shipment. It Is now below 30s. This gives a glimpse of the futuro as Ar gentine wheat should always bo cheaper than English. Telegrams from India, Saturday, gave the rain fall for October as very small at all tho chief tttatious. Wheat accord ingly has risen 3"s a quarter at Cal cutta, and there Is considerable dls trcSs among the poor. Train Collision, Omaha, Nov. 2, -A special to tho Bee from (Malcolm, Neb., says the special train 'bearing John P. Irish, the Democratic orator, following tho Bryan train in the Interest of the gold standard ticket collided with a freight train east of Malcolm, smashing the engine of the Irish train and com pletely demolished the caboose of the freight train. JolinM, Tippling, of Lincoln, a commercial traveler, was killed. Heavy Snow in Dakota, Minneapolis, Nov. 2. A special from Huron, South Dakota to tho Journal says, five inches of snow fell hero last night, making a foot now on tho ground. Ttie storm north and west of here Is reported severe. Tho farmers were wholly unprepared for winter. Sheriff Killed. Demiko, N. M., Nov. 2. While In pursuit of border bandits who have been committing murders and rob beries in the southwest and in the Skeleton canyon near the Arizona line. Deputy Sheriff Frank M. Gal loway, of Silver City, was shot and killed by a member of his own party, who mistook him for a robber, and having called to htm and received no answer. Tho posse was close on the robber, but had camped-for the night, and Galloway was on watch. Tho robbers have made their escape, Widow Robbed. St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 2. Mrs. Elizabeth Ditto, a wealthy widow, who docs not place much trust in banks and keeps her valuables at home, was robbed last night by three tnea, who stole inttt her house, choked her into insensibility and thon ransacked tho place. They secured $2,000 Itijcur rency and other valuables. An Are of Fifteen Degrees, San FitANCifloo. Nov. 2. A meteor, leaving a broad, scintillating track, traversed 15deg. of the northwestern heavens about 10 minutes past noon today. It was-seen at a point about 30 deg. above the horizon, and in the half 6econd of its flight shone as an electric light. Will Not Oo Duck Shooting. Washington, Nov. 2. President Cleveland, it Is stated, has no inten tion of going duck shooting on election day He will probably recelvo returns at the White House. DO A DASTARDLY SCHEME. Hundreds of Voters to be Run Into Oregon City. Special to The Jeurnal: Oregon City, Nov. 2. Tho Bryan campaign managers hero are alarmed about the proposition of tho Portland politicians to vote several hundred here It Is asserted that the men will nut get to vote unless they are voted here. Orlgon City voters will not allow these Portland voters to cast their ballats here, as it is a clear case of colonizing to carry Clackamas county. THE MARKETS, IILVIR. New York, Nov. 9, Silver, 65c J lea a.6o, LIVK STtVK. ClttcAOo, Nor. a Ilogt-'l.tj.lii 3-"5 3.60; htivr j.oJ 53. latllc-liccvc haters f .6o($J.QJ J 354'5; cows and snetp mint GRAIN, a. Wh'eat, Chicago. Nov Dec, 7Sc. ch 73c( PORTLAND MARKET. PROVISION. Portland, Nov a. Wheat valley, 71(27201 Walla Walla, 63. w Flour Portland, 400; Benton county, 4.00J graham, 3 35; superfine, $2.50 per bbl- Oats-White, 3S3; grey 3l3;rolled in bags, 4.355-5. barrels, 4.57Gf cases, 3.75. Potatoes.. Oregon, 351x500 per sack. Hay,. Good, lo(gtlo.$o per ton. Wool.. Valley, 89c; Eastern Oregon S7C. MUisiuiU..uran,f 13.00 ;shorU,$i4.5o. Poultry- Chickena,mixed,$2.25aa.5o; broil. eis, i oocaji.75; uucks, $za3; geese, 5o; turkeys, live, 10. lliacH,.gieen, salted 60 lbs 6a7c; undei 60 lbs 44 Vcs sheep pelts, lo7oc. Hops s iKsWiC. Butter. .(Jregoii fancy creamery, 3540 fancy dairy. 3535; fair to aood. aofabfVi Cheese .Oreou full cream, 30, Eggs., Oregon, aac per do. SAN KRANC1SCO MARKET. San Francisco, Nov. a.--Wheat, May 3 A',. Wool..Oreeon( choicc,io$tic; inferiors 7c. valley, 8(aoc. Hops Quotable at6c for new. Potatoes ao3oc per sack. Oats Milling, 1.05(31.20. SALEM MARKET. Wheat.. 60c per bu., market hrm. Oats. 37(280. Hay.. Baled, cheat, 8.00; timothy 9.00 10.00. Flour.. In wholesale lots, 3,90; retail, 4.00; bran, bulk 11.50r3ia.50; sacked, 12.00; shorts, i3.5b13.50; chop feed, 11.00 12.00. Poultry.. Hens 4c; Spring chickens, 4c lb VeaL.Dressod, 3 j..- Hogs.. Dressed, 3&3. live Cattle.. I i2. Sheep.. Live, 1.25. Wool.. Best, laJic. Hop.. Best, 450. Eggs.. Cash. 18c. Butter.. Best dairy, 15 c; fancy creamery aoc. Cheese .lac Farm Smoked Meats i Bacci, 6Jc; hams 90; shoulders, 5c.f Potato! . , oc per bu . Dissolution Notice, The Copartnership herotoforo ex isting between W. A. Hamilton & John Molr under tho firm namo of Hamilton & Molr Is this day mut ually dissolved. All claims due to said firm to bo paid to W. A. Hamilton. Any bills ugalnsbsald firm witl be paid by each one paying one-half. W. A. Hamilton continues tho buisnoss. W. A. Hamilton. John Mom. Salem, Oregon October 22nd 1800. 10-264W. The Farmers. They don't como to town any more with a cold lunch In their pocket, bub take a squaro meal for 15 cents, at tho White Houso Res taurant. Kcnworthy & George. 10 30 at Notice op Raffle. That raffle of the shotgun and fishing rod, will bo held nt the Salem Gun fjtoro, at 8 o'clock this evening. 10 31 It Lost. A brown dog with short legs, rat, witu tno marics 01 clipping on ins ears, nor rowaru can at ii Ian son's livery stable. 30-3t Dhied Up. The green fruit market has nob entirely dried up, but Bran son & Co. are headquarters for dried fruits of all kinds. Blood (a Life. It Is tho medium which carries to every nerve, muscle, organ and fibro Its nourishment and strength. If tho blood Is pure, rich and healthy you will be well. Hood's Sarsaprllla has power to keep you In health by mak ing your blood rich and'pure. Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy to operate. Cures Indigestion thd biliousness. 25 cents. WEATiiERFonEOABT, Tonight and Sunday rain. Highest or all in Leavtatof W. w tf m I NEAR CUBA'S CAPITAL The City Is Preparing for a Siege.. BLOW SOON it) BtfMADE. - - , ---.. The Army in Good Condition ani Fightng Trim, New Yohk, Nov. 3. -A dispatch to tho'JIcrald front Key West, Fla.,Raysi A prominent Cuban resident of tills" city said to your 'correspondent that, without assuming tho role of a prophet, tho Herald could positively announco that tho city of Havana would bo besieged by Maximo Gomez within tho next GO days. To that cud ho said Gomez and all tho rebel forces were now marching westward toward the capital. This Cuban Is in direct communication with tho in surgent leaders In the Held, and is tho local medium through whom all Insurgent correspondence for the New York Junta passes. Ho also stated that thcro was nc confirma tion of a rumor circulated by Cuban passengers who arrived hero last night, that towns in tho outsklrtrbf Havana ha.d been already besieged by" the Insurgents. Whllo tho Havana papers, many of which were rdcoived by steamer, last night, contlnuo to maintain silence In regard to Macao's movements since his brilliant attack on tho Artcmlsa, lb Is Btlll Insisted by active partisans hero indirect communication with tho leaders in Cuba, that he Unques tionably crossed tho military trocha at that point during tho bombard ment of the town, and with a small following has since inarched through tho entire province of IlaVana, and is now at Colon, a control point lit Ma tanzas province. 1 It Is also alleged that his mlssslon there Is to conccntrato and asuni command of the forces of Rlcardo. Trujillo, Rojas and other minor rebel leaders, who have been operating in that ylclnlty, with between 4,000 and 5,000 well armed men. Notwithstand ing the persistence of this report, othor Cubans here, apparently equally informed, express doubt that Macco has left the provlncoof Pinar del Rio, which movement, thoy say, would Im ply defeat by tho sGporlor forces sent against him by lYcylcr. Thooxplana- I tion, however, is offered that no aban donment of territory has been made, as General Ruiz Rlvcraj a jctcran of the lust war, has been left In com mand In Pinar del Rio, whllo Maceo has gone eastward in obedlcnco to orders from his superiors, to operate with Maximo Gomez -In tho latter's new campaign of invasion. Gomez has not been heard from since his attack on the town of- Cas carro. Tho ominous eliencc of Gomez Is said to prcuge tho planning of a series of important attacks on the principal cities within Havana and Matanzas provinces, his apparent Inactivity having been caused only by a deslro to await the fulfillment of necessary pre parations. Disastrous Explosion. Ashland, Pa., Nov. 2. Hlx men were killed this afternoon by an ex plosion of coal gas in the Packer at No. 2 mine, See that tho ballot boxes aro watcbed from tho tlmotho flrat vpto is taken until tho lust one Is counted. Power. Latest U, a. Gov't Report. Powder 2nH Regiment Band, CUV STOKZA. OJkMV,XtXA 120 STATE STREET. Slsfu- llBllt Kli Wite Ladies cctally, I (&ffi& $3 2ST- Ul jmt&ixrtizw puke dfutut. mf v n