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f 4 M?V - ' . -- VOL. 8, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5, 18. NO. T THE) P. BflGKET has demonstrated the fact that business can be done on a CASII basis. We have only one rule and one price for everybody, nnd make 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 prices than can be found elsewhere. Our line of Boots and manufactured by the Brown MOy arc the standard of UNDERWEAR IS COMPLETE . CLOTHING in great variety. Ilata, shirts, hosiery, laces and em broidery, yarns, ribbons and all kinds of notions, sold nt 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. K.T.BARNES jPROPRIETOR. Don't Be into buying anything iin the way of LOTH until you have seen out line and got our prices, We know where of we speak when we say Ethat 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 pfices that defy competition, Remember the place 6. H. Johnson Shoes Shoe Co., of St. Louis, quality. Our line of D666IV6d '& son RESULT NOT KNOWN, But Bryan Does Not Concede Defeat UNTIL IT IS A HARD FACT, Both Dakotas Claimed for McKinley With a Small Vote. WYOMING SHOWS FOR SILVER. Cheyenne, Nov. 5. Returns to the Democratic committee show a plural ity, for the Bryan electors, of 504 and for Osborne, for congress, 050 votes. The Democratic committee claim the state by 800. The Republican state committee claim the absolute elec tion of one elector and probable elec tion of twe by pluralities of 250, also the election of one congressman and associate judge by 400 majority. The state legislature will be 14 Demo cratic on Joint ballot. PLOT TO STEAL KANSAS. Wichita, Nov. 5. The following dispatch reached Wichita last night at a late heur: "Place guard over county clerks office to prevent tho stealing of the icturns. We elected our entire ticket. The plan torohus of our victory has been discovered. Prevent the steal in yoar county at all hazards. Full paaticulars will bo sjnt by letter. (Signed) John W. Breidenthal, J. McKLove, R. W. Turner. SENATORIAL PROSPECTS. Washington, Nov. 5. As regards the election of United States senators there five doubtful states yesterday were Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Sbuth Dakota. It is now reasonably certain that Delaware will have a Republican legislature. Kansas will elect a fusion orlndcpcn dedt senator to succeed Peiler. Ken tucky on the face of the returns will elect a Republican to succeed Black burn. The North Carolina legisla ture is in doubt with the chances fa voring the fusionlsts, made up of Re publicans and Populists. South Da kota is still in doubt. The senate therefore, on this estimate would stand Republicans 44. Democrats 32. Independents and Populists 12. Doubtful 2, Total 90. KANSAS SAFE. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 5. Kansas has, without a doubt, elected Bryan electors. This is conceded by tho Re publican state chairman, Simpson. Populists State Chairman Breidenthal claims the state for the fusion ticket, by 13,000. Republicans assert the ma jority will be nearer 5,000. The state ticket is close. It will take an official vote to decide. INDIANA RETURNS. Indianapolis, Nov. C.-Seventy-three counties out of 02 in Iudiana show a plurality in the state for Mc Kinley of 20,252. Remaining counties may bring it down to 19,000 or 18,000. IDAHO SOLID, Chicago, Nov. 5 Senator Dubois wires the Associated Press from Blackfoot, Ida: "About one-third of the state has been heard from Indi cating with tolerable accuracy that McKinley will get about one vote In every 6even in the state and that Borah, Sliver Republican, will bo elected to congress and will carry the legislature against the combina tion of Democrats, Populists and Gold Republicans. There will not be ono McKinley Republican elected to the legislature, In the entire state and McKinley Republicans will not cheat an officer instate." WILL TAKE OFFICIAL: COUNT. Louisville, Ky Nov. 5. With two whole counties (Leslie and Knott) and eighteen precincts migsing, Bryan lias a plurality of 215 votes In the O-mBOCOXlXJk tottw sialU Itfutart Um state, but many returns are unofficial and It'secms highly probable tho state board will have to decide result. Plater. Chicago, Nov. 5. 1 p. m. The Ken tucky returns pvhich arc supposed to be nearly correct1, 100 out of 119 coun ties, give Bryan a plurality of 054. Of the nineteen missing counties, seven gave a Democratic majority of' 220, and twelve gave a Republican ma jority of 5,400 in 1895. MICHIGAN. Detroit, Nov. 5. With nearly the 'complete returns In, Plngreo's plural ity is estimated &t about 70,000. Mc Klnley's is 15,000 less. The Congres sional consists of 12 Republicans and 2 Fusionlsts. MINNESOTA. Minneapolis, Nov. 5. Thirty-four counties complete and the remaining 81, estimated closely, give McKinley 48,812 plurality and Clough, for gover nor, 10115. still UNDETERMINDED. Lincoln, Nov. 5. Bryan's advices from Senator Jones are still to effect that result election several states un determined. These states are necess ary to election cither candidate. Bryan Is not oblivious to the fact that the probabilities are strongly against him, but he is ilrmly decided to give no utterance to this fact until tho count shall make jt ccrtalu he Is de feated. In Omaha lind Douglass county the complete returns rflvo McKinley 12344- Bryan 11,113. McCall Republi can, for governor 11418; Holcomb, fusion, 12040. 'Plie Omaha Bee con cedes Nebraska tbBryan by from 5, 000 to 0,000. Tho World-He raid claims Bryan majority In Nebraska will bo at least ten thousand. a pop senator. S3 Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 5. A special to The Journal from Yank ton, S. D., says. jOuth Dakota will go for McKinley by somewhat less than 000. The legislature is fusion iiy about 20 votes' on joint ballot, which means a Populist senator to succeed Kyle, Andrew Lee, Populist, Is elected governor. . Specials to The Journal from North Dakota points Indicate that the leg islature will be Republican on joint ballot by a small majority. There 6eems to be no reason to change the previous estimate of 5,000 majority for McKinley in the state. OREGON. Ashland, Nov. 4. Twenty-four out of thirty precincts in Jackson county, give Bryan 2,107; McKinley 1,290. Bryan's net plurality in tho county is 1,000 with one precinct to hear from, which will increase it to 1,015. WEST VIRGINIA. CuMBERLAND.Md., Nov. 5. Senator Elklns authorizes the follewing: "From returns and best estimates of the Republicans will carry West Vir ginia for the national ticket by about 12,000 majority. All four members of congress and two-thirds of the legisla ture are Republican. TREASURY ALL RIGHT. Washinoton.Nov. 5. Information received at tho treasury department shows that large amounts of gold are being offered at the several sub treasuries in exchange for currency, tho stipulation being made as to legal tenders. The demand for currency, especially small bills, in anticipation of the revival of business Is exception ally heavy. It is expected that several days will elapse before the officials will be in a position to meet all the demands. The treasury officials re gard the financial situation as greatly Improved. SENATE IS SILVER. Washington, Nov. C. Chairman Faulkner, of tho Democratic congres sional committee, conceded today that the Republicans have a working nia Jorltyln the bouse, but ho asserted that the silver men controlled tho sen ate. Chairman Babcock, of the Re publican committee, claims 200 of the members ofjtbe house surely, Republi can, twenty.two In doubt. OA8VOXUA. 9UU- &&& tfl m 4 O'CIM EDITION, A State That Will Receive Bryan Emigrants. SOME STYLE ABOUT COLORADO Delaware and South Dakota Are in Doubt, ColoradOjNov. 5. 2K)1p.m.Brynn's majority in this state will be 120.0C0 to 130,000. Adams, Dcm., Is elected governor by 12,000 to 15,000. Legisla ture Is strongly silver. Not n singlo straight Republican chosen. KENTUCKY SAFE. Louisville, Nov. 5. Democratic Chairman Sommers says Bryan has Kentucky by a couple of thousand. hanna confident New York, Nov. 5 Chairman Mark A. Hanna has just issued a statement In which he says McKinley has 205 electoral votes sure, and that he feels contident of 13 more in Ken tucky, 2 in Wyoming and 11 in North Carolina, which arc in doubt. SOUTH DAKOTA. Minneapolis,Nov. 5. A special to tho Journal from Sioux Falls.says tho result In South Dakota is close, re quiring the official canvass to settle it. At Sioux Falls this mornlpg, it was stated Petti grew would resign, In order to Insure his re-election by the Populists, for the full term, and his successor will bo appointed by tho governor-elect, Leo, who is a Populist. DELAWARE IN DOUIJT. Wilmington, Del., Nov. 5. Three electors of Delaware are said to bo Republican by about 200. It will .re quire official count to determine tho complexion of tho legislature. thb -m'kinley claim as mado by the various state com mittees is as follews: B w ft 3 S- a states. Alabama 11 .. Arkansas 8 .. California 0 Colorado 4 .. Connecticut 0 .. .. Delaware, 3 Florida 4 .. Georgia 13 .. Idaho ..., 3 .. Illinois 24 .. .. Indiana 15 Iowa 13 Kausas 10 Kentucky 13 Louisiana 8 AlUl DC " Maryland 8 .. MassachuEsttts 1C .. Michigan 14 .. Minnesota 0 Misstslppi ,. Missouri. 0 17 Montana , 3 Nebraska 8 Nevada 3 New Hampshire 4 .. New Jersey 10 . . NCWYOrK m North Carolina North Dakota Ohio 23 Oregon 4 Pennsylvania 32 Rhode Island..... , 4 11 South Carolina 0 South Dakota... Tcnneseo.. 12 Texas 16 Utah 3 Vermont 4 .. Virginia 12 Washington 4 West Virginia Wisconsin 12 .. Wyoming 3 m Totals 230 182 25 Democratic. Lexington, Ky., Nov. C (To As sociated Press, Chicago.) Kentucky believed to bo Democratic by about 2,000. (Signed) P. II. Johnston, chairman Democratic state central committee, Jones Confident, Chicago, Nov. 6, Chairman Jones, a Democratic national committee, and national committeeman Campau and Johnson, held a conference about noon today. Oampau said afterward, tho iltuatlan was not materially changed, and no statement would bo given out at present. Secretary Hwford stated this af ternaon that the outlook was Bryau's election depended on the result In Indiana and West Virginia, there being no further hope of Michigan. Ho admitted tho situation In West Virgin a was not bright, but still felt confident that Bryan would carry Indiana. California. San Francisco, Nov. 5. Chairman McLaughlin has semi-official returns from every county In tho state nnd a majority for McKinley of 3,000, Chair man Alford claims tho state forBryan by 4000 as tho votes cast In Los An gelos for Populist electors under that party having not been Included In Bryan's total vote. THE MARKETS. Hops Going Up. Tho hop market of '90 Is a most pecu liar one, and is as much of a surprise to brewers and dealers as growcrs,says the Oregon City Press. Six weeks ago 50,000 bales could have been secured In Oregon at 5 to 0 cents, but tho brewers refused to advance picking money and hops were lcft-unplcked. The sjimo thing happened In Washing ton, California andtNcw York, result lug In the American crop being re duced to about 170,000 balos or 100,000 bales short of a full crop. The amount required for home consumption is 200,003 bales, which leuvosan apparent shortngc, but here is where the olds and old-olds-must be llgurod In, nnd they nre variously estimated ut from 35,000 to 100,000 bales. England's crop is estimated ut 3o0, 000, which is 150,000 bales short of her requirements and 30,000 short of her average crop. The continental crop will not be largo this year. The Austro Hungar ian yield fflll be heavy, but In many of tho German states only half or two thirds of a crop is expected. In tho past year England has drawn herlmnorts from Belirlum and Hol land principally but will have to como to America tins vcar. SILVER New York, Nqv. 5. Silver, 2.60. 6jc; lea LIVE STOCK. Chicago, Nov. s.--Hogs'LiBht 3.25(3 3.60J heavy 3.io3.55. Cattle, Beeves 3.554.25i cow nd heifers $1,60(3.95. fc'heep 'Firm. DRAIN. Chicago. Nov. 5. Wheat, cash 12',C, Dc. 74&C, PORTLAND MARKET. PROVISION. Portland, Nov. 5. Wheat valley,7278c Walla Walla, 75. Flour- Portland, 4.00; Denton county, 4.00; graham, 3.25; superfine, $2,50 per bbl' Oats White, 353&c; grey, 3i32;rolIed in bags, $4-255'J5t barrels, 4.5o7oj cases, 3-75. n Potatoes.. Oregon, 333500 per sack. Hay. .Good, ioio.50 per ton. Wool.. Valley, dqc; Eastern Oregon Milistufls..Dran,$i3.oo;shortslfi4.5o. Poultry- Chicken8,mixed,$2.25a2.5o; broil, en. Jt.oor.755 ducks, 2a3; geese, $56; turkeys, live, 10. Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs 647c; under 60 lbs 44Mc! sheep pelts, !o7oo. Hops-89ic, Dutter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 3jio fancy dairy, 2535 fair to good, 2o22 Cheese .Oregon full cream, 30, Eggs.. Oregon, 22c per dor, , SAN FRANCISCO JmaRXET, San Francisco, Nov. 5. Wheat, May Wool.. Oregon, choice, 10&1 10; Inferiors 7c, valley, 8oc. Hops Quotable aloe for new. rotatoes 20030c per sacK, Oats Milling, 1.05(31.20. SALEM MARKET. Wheat, ,66Jc per bu., market hrm. Oats. 2728c. Hay.. Baled, cheat, 8,00; timothy 9.00 lo.oo. Flour., In wholesale lots, 3.90: retail, 4.00; bran, bulk ll.5012.50; sacked, 12.00; shorts, 12.5013.50) chop feed, 1 1.00(a) 12.00. Poultry.. Hens 5c: SprlDgclilckcns,i,8o d Veal Dressed, yt. Hogs.. Dressed, 2K3ji. Live Cattle.. I jiJ. Sheep.. Live, 1.25. Wool. .Heat, 12Jc. Hopv.iSeit, 45. Kggs,.Cash. 20c. Butter.. Best dairy, aocj fancy creamery 20c. Cheese .ulfc. Farm Smoked Meats, 90: shoulders, 5cf Potato!, ,oc per bu . Bacci, 6c hams Tho sturgeon catch this season at Tho Dalles has been remarkably good, says The Dalles Chronicle. Highest of all in Leavtaiog PrkVxl Baking J& r 3MM3J&3I POnWLECTIOI. K k Polls Closed to Shut Out the Bryan Men, AND COERCION. DID ITS WORK. Enormous. Vote Polled Up Jhere for McKinley, Portland, Nov. 5. (Special ) (Fol lowing telegram from Portland shows how the election was conducted there by which about 18,000 votes arc cast, 2,000 more than in June last, and a plurality of nearly 0,000 rolled up for McKinley. The election passed off quietly In Portland, but coercion and corporate! power were seen at ovcry poll. Em ployers were on hand to coerce em ployes, nnd to watch them cast their ballots. Polls were blocked In some instances both morning, noon and night, and Bryan men werfc kept from voting, and names were left on ballots, thus making it possible to trace any ballot nnd ascertain how a person voted, and tickets wero polled In sucH a manner as to show tho voter had ex pressed his preference. It is said that In soma precincts tho polls were closed from an hour to an hour nnd a half at noon, thus keeping out Bryan voters. Tho A. P. A's sup ported McKinley, almost to a man. and tho major portion of tho Catholic vote went wlth'tlicm. Italians went almost solidly for McKinley. Coercion didn't work, and many who supported tho McKinley electors state that they did bo In order to hold their Jobs, thoy being told that in case of Bryan's election business would close down. Tho pollco took no hand in politics as In former administrations, .but voted as they saw lit. Tho force bdlng non-partisan by order of Ponnoyer. McKinley received some of their votes' Tho most disorderly, disgraceful and contemptible act of the whole day was tho Republican demonstration at night around tho residence of Mayor Ponnoyer. Tho pollco kept good order during the day and did not try machluo poll tics, unless some of tho Republican members of the force wero party to tho same. The River Opened. Portland, Nov. 6. Locks at Cas cades wero formally opened this after noon. Thero wero a large number of pcoplo from Portland and Tho Dalles present. 2000 Deer Killed. J. K. Leabo was hero from Elk crock this week with another load of fine venison. D. J. Graham accompanied him. Jim has killed and marketed some 125 fine deer this season. Tho hunting In that celebrated section has been unusually successful, Of tho reg ular professional hunters, It Is es timated that Lewis Martin lias killed 200, John Winnlngham 150,3am Geary and Geo. Weeks 125 apiece, Cal Wln n Ingham 150, Thos. and Joseph Bolen and Geo. Gllland about lOO.Mark Wln n Ingham 150, and Dave Pence, who does Geary's peddling and packs out, about 30. These aro principal hunters como from the Yalley towns. The finest buck of the season was killed Saturday by Scott Morris. lie was a six pointer and weighed 150 lbs dressed. Morris has killed about a dozen this season. It Is estimated? this season thero has been 2000 deer killed by hunters In that district, the meat being either sold or preserved. Ashland Record. Power Latest U, d. Gov't Report, Powder c 120 STATE STREET. Zvtfiz3 MJMft I not so bright, U