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JK;; ,w ! '-T :U, '" r- VOL. 8. SALEM, OREGON", SATURDAY JTOVESn5ER 1, I8G. NO, 2S7 TiHLB HTY-RfleKET lias demonstrated the fact that business can be done on a CASH basis. We have only one rule and one price for everybody, and make no exceptions. Did you ever realize tho saving derived from this plan of busi ness. Wo can afford to give you better goods at lower prices than can bo found elsewhere. Our line of NJ1-1 " " " XB" LZ V3 ms ,- s A Boots and Shoes manufactured by tho Grown Mo., ure the standard of i f 1 1 r ni i ir n in IS 'COMPLETE CLOTHING In great variety. Hats, shirts, hosiery, laces ana 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. LEV. .iJtXlNJdvCS, PROPRIETOR. Don t Be into buying anything tin the way of LOTH IN until you have seen out line and got out prices. We know where of we speak when we say that ur $10 Black is the cheapest suit Lever 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 . w. Jonnson & 120 STATE arvja-'vigogty Shoe Co., of St. Louis, quality. Our lino of Deceived Clay Worsted son STREET.' THE POLITICAL NEWS General Buckner to Get His Reward, BRYAN GOES TO DENVER CITY. Colorado People Will Receive Mr. Bryan on Nov. 24. A GOLD DEMOCRAT. FRANKFORT, K'y., Nov. 7. It Is stated on the authority of Eepubllcan leaders In this state that Simon Bol ivar Buckner.the Democratic nominee for the vice-presidency will be strongly recommended to president-elect Mc Klnley, for one of the foreign mis sions, probably Italy. SOUTH DAKOTA- Yankton, S. D., Nov. 7. With the state complete,- except Hamlin and McPherson counties and three unorganized counties on tho reserva tion, Bryan has a plurality in South Dakota of 45. Ilamlin and McPher sou will give McKlnley a plurality. The reservation counties are expected to go for Bryan. It will tako an olflC' ial canvass to designate an electoral vote. TALK8 TO THE EAST. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 7. Bryan gave out today the following telegram, addressed to the Eastern bimetallism: "In the hour of defeat I send you greetings. No words of praise can sulllclently commend you. When I remember that the Eastern states sent gold delegates to both conven tions and that nearly all Eastern papers were against bimetallism, your tight appears remarkably creditable, You have shown yourselves heroes and events will vindicate the position you have taken." GOES TO DENVER. Bryan is receiving numerous tele grams and letters in response to his address calling upon the advocates of silver to continue their efforts, assur ing him of their co-operation. He has set the 24th Inst, for a reception to be tendered him by the people of Denver. KENTUCKY. Louisville, Nov. 7. With olllcial returns from 106 of 110 counties, and unofficial returns from the remainder, McKlnley now leads Bryan In Ken tucky by 452 votes. Ofllcial returns In thirteen counties are not expected materially to alter the totals given. Sliver Democrats are still claiming the state, basing their claim on only 13,049 plurality for McKlnley In the eleventh congressional district. They give no table of vote by counties. On the other hand Republicans based on llgures by counties of the eleventh district, and only two counties unoffi cially, estimate total 14,480. Compli cations have arisen that will likely divide the the electoral vote on a basis of 12 for -McKlnley and 1 for Bryan, due to the fact that a large number put a stencil mark opposite the name of the first elector, -instead of under the party device, thus caus ing the head of each ticket to run ahead of their colleagues. In this way the foremost Democratic elector, W. B. Smith, gets more votes than the hindmost Republican elector. Bettersion .the Bryan end says this prevents the McKlnley menfrora win ning and raises an Interesting point. However, all bets are held up until the state canvassing board has made onnt. TENNESSEE. Nashville, Nov. 7. The guberna torial returns received by Banner, from all but ten counties give Taylor, Dernocrat.majorlty 2750 over Tillman, Republican. The counties to be heard from gave Evans a majority of 345 in 1894. OASTOBXA- Sit fa- licllt cfguiut tt C&flfM&&K DELAWARE ELECTION. Wilmington, Nov. 7. Although the Republicans carried Delaware by almost 4,000 for tho head of tho ticket, McKlnley will receive but two of three electors, unless tfco matter Is taken Into tho courts, his result is due to a factional fight In tho Repub lican ranks. On the regular Republi can ticket the name of one elector appeared as "James O. tJnow," while on the union Republican ticket was printed the name"James G.Sbaw Sr." i SUTLER'S CIRCULAR TO THE PEOPLE. Washington, NoVi7. Senator But lcr today issued a circular to tho peo ple, of tho United States, in which he says the People's party war the. only party that supported solidly and unit edly the great and vital Issues repre sented in the candidacy bf Mr. Bryan. 1 The position of tho People.s party in this great contest has convinced every patriotic Ameilcan that the party em be trusted to stand for tho prin ciples of good government and the Interests of tho people under any and all circumstances. Therefore the peoples party will be a nucles around which the patriotic hosts must and will gather to redeem tho betrayed republic and restore pros perity to the oppressed and outraged people. THE WAVE BEGrNB. Pittsburg, Nov. 7. The Carnegie steel company limited at a meeting today, resolved toproceed with build ing two additional .blast furnaces. The total expenditures at the works are authorized to exceed one and a quarter million dollars. It was de cided to push to completion a new railroad to the lakw, requiring an expenditure of three and a half million dollars. Carnegie also ac cepted the bids today, for tho erec tion of a now library and hall, at Homestead, to cost 82i,000. lie said he was so certain of tho country en tering upon a pcrlpdjof prosperity, that he was willing to spend his sur plus. A New Firm. Since .the dissolu tion of the partnership of Ilamtlton & Molr, Mr. Hamilton has associated with him C. Marsh, who for some tlmo has had the sale of all lands in the Willamette "Valley bolonglng to tho Scotch mortgage companies, and for some time has been secretary of tho WiUametJo Valley Immigration Bu reau. Tho business now will consist of loaning money, Investment agency, selling landi, and making collections. Office In Room (5) .five Bush Bank Block. THE MARKETS. SILVER. New York, Nov. 7. Silver, 65c; lea 2.60. LIVE STOCK. Chicago, Nov. 7.-Hogs-'Light $3,25 3.C5; heavy 3.os3-6o. Cattle, Beeves $3.5035.10; cows Jand heifers $i.6o3.q5. Sheep 'Firm. GRAIN. Chicago, Nov. 7. Wheat, cash 77c; Dec. fiXc PORTLAND MARKET. PROVISION. Portland, Nov. 7. Wheat valley,7778c: Walla Walla. 74. Flour Portland, 4.00J Benton county, 4.00; graham, 3.25; superfine, $2.50 per bbl Oats White, 353"i grey, 3i32;rolled in bags, $4.a5S-3S. lb" 4.50(37.00; cases, 3.75. Potatoes.. Oregon, 35850c per sack. Hay., Good, 1010.50 per too. Wool.. Valley, 8oc; Kastern Oregon Millstufis..Bran,Ji3.oo;sborts,!4.5o, Poultry- Chickens, mixed,J.J5a2.5o; broil. s, f I.ool.75J ducks, $2a3; geese, 56; turkeys, live, 10. Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs Ga7c; under 60 lbs 44Mc; sheep pelts, io7oo. Hops 89c. Butter.. Oregn fancy creamery, 3540 fancy dairy, 2535; fair to good, 2o22J Cheese .Oregon full cream, 30, Eggs.. Oregon, 22y,c per dor. SAN FRANCISCOMAKKET. San Francisco, Nov. 7. Wheat, May 31 4'A' Wool. .Oregon cboice,lo$lioj Inferiors I lops Quotable at 6c for new. Potatoes 2o3oc per sack. Oats Milling, 1.05(320. SALEM MARKET. Wheat.. 66c per bu,, market hrm. Oats, 27zc. Hay.. Baled, cheat, 8 00; timothy 9,00 10.00. Flour. , In wholesale lots, 3.90; retail, 4.00; bran, bulk n.5012.50; sacked, 12.00; shorts, 12.5013.50; chop feed, u.oo 12.00. Poultry.. Hens 5c; Springchlckens,$i.8o d VealDressed, 3 . , Hogs.. Dressed, 2j3M. Live Cattle.. I J. Sheep. .Lire, 1. 35. Wool.. Beat, 1 2Mc Hop,. Best, 45o. Eggs.. Cash. 2QC. OASTOIUA. Hail. sT7 . JT lJLSL LOOKING FORWARD Teller Thinks Free Coinage Will Yet Succeed, SENATORIAL ASPIRATION. Election Returns Coming In Very SlowJy. TELLER LOOKS AHEAD. Denver, Nov. 7. Senator Teller arrived here yesterday. In an Inter view ho said: "I do not think tho Republican party will do anything for silver In tho coming four years. Tho declara tion of the St. Louis platform amouts to nothing with a limitation put upon it. Besides that, tho men who dictated the St. -Louis platform are opposed to bimetallism, interna tional or otherwise. McKlnley, it seems to mc.has shown by his speeches that he would bo tho advocate and the supporter tt the gold standard, on tho ground that It Is a better stand ard than bimetallism. During the four years to come I expect to bco tho Republican party abandon all pre tense to a desire to secure Interna tional bimetallism, and tho contest will be between tho gold standard supporters and tho organszed hosts of bimetallism. I think that four years from now tho people will bo suffici ently educated to understand tho dan ger of tho gold standard, and tho party that stands for bimetallism In 1000 by tho United States olono will be successful. Thero Is no reason why wo should not bo encouraged. Our candidate was all we could desire, and performed his part. We must nob look backward, but forward. SENATORIAL ASPIRANTS. Topeka, Kan., Nov. 0. Slmultane ously with announcement of tho sue cess of fusion In Kansas comes tho announcement of six aspirants for the seat In tho United State senate to succeed William E. Peffer, whoso term expires March 3, 1807. Senator Peffer wired from Washington announcing his candidacy for re-election. Ex Senator L. D. Lewellyn, Populist State Chairman J. W. Breidcnthal. R.L.Turner, Colonel W. A. Harris and Gcorgo Mungcr aro also talked of FOR COMMISSIONER. Rocicford, 111., Nov. 7. Prlonds of Colonel Thomas G. Lawlcr, ex-com-mandcr-ln-chlef of tho Grand Army of the Republic, will urge his name to President-elect McKlnley for the appointment of commissioner of pen sions when the proper tlmo arrives. He is one of the most popular men In tho Grand Army organization and while at its head visited every state In tho Union. COQUILLE CITY WON Myrtle PoiNT,Or.,Nov. 7. Though Coos county will give Bryan a small majority, a careful comparison of tho vote .with that of last June shows that the Republicans have gained much. Refused a Oood Job, Omaha, Nov. 7. Mr. Bryan sent tho following reply to a telegram from Messrs. Slegcl, Cooper & Co,, of of Now York, offering blm $25,000 a year to attend to the law business of tho firm: "During tho next four years I ex pect to devote as much time us pos sible to the advocacy of bimetallism, and therefore cannot consider tho pro position made by you I appreciate the confidence which your offer Im plies." An EvenIno or Fun. On Monday, November 0, at Unity church, Miss Annie M. Kavanaugh, the humorist, will present some character sketches. She will he assisted by Prof. Heritage, Mrs. Holland and others. Mrs. Kav anaugh comes here from a very suc cessful engagement In and around San Francisco. Wer; J. Bryan's fldifcess. Doctiineni to Bimetallisfs ThaTWill 'Make flisiopy. - Mr. McKlnley Letter to Mark Hanna Does Not Mention Protection or Labor, Lincoln, Neb., Noy. 0. Bryan to day gave out the following: To blmctalllsts of tho United States: "Conscious that the millions ot loyal hearts aro saddened by temporary defeat, I beg to offer n word of hopo and encouragement. No causo ever had supporters more bravo and de voted than those who havo espoused the causo of bimetallism. They havo fought from conviction, and have fought with all tho zeal which con viction Inspires. Events will prove whether they wero right or wrong. Having done their duty as they saw It, they have noth ing to regret. Tho Repub lican candidate has been heralded as thn advance agent of prosperity. If his policies bring real prosperity to tho American people those who op posed him will slinro In that prosper ity. If on tho other hand, his polic ies provo an Injury to tho pcoplo gen erally, thoso supporters, who do not belong to tho office-holding class,or to the privileged class,will suffer in com mon with thoso who opposed him. The friends of bimetallism havo not been vanquished; they havo simply been overcome. They believe the gold standard is a conspiracy of the money changers against the welfare ot tho human race, and until convinced of their error, they will continue the warfare against It. The contest has been waged this year un der great embanussments and against greaj, odds. But In splto of tho ef forts of tho udmlrlstratlon and Its supporters, in splto of the threats of money lenders at homo and abroad, In splto of tho coercion practiced by tho corporations on employes, and In splto of tho trusts and syndicates, in spite of the enormous Republican cam paign fnnd, and in spito of tho Influences of the hostile dally press, bimetallism has almost triumphed in Its .first great fight; but bimetallism emerges from the contest strongor thun It was four months ago. I desire to commend tho woik of tho three national committees, which havo joined In tho management of this campaign. They have laid tho foundation for the future success and they will bo remembered as ploncors when tho victory is at last secured. No personal or political frlond need grlcvo because of my defeat. My am bition has been to secure immcdlato legislation, rather than enjoy the honors of ofllce. Therefore defeat brings to mo no feeling of loss. Speaking of tho wlfo who shared my labors, as well as for myself, I desire to say that wo have been amply repaid for all that we havo dono, in lovo by million1) of our fellow-citizens so kindly expressed. In the knowledge gained iby penonal contact with tho peo ple and In broadened sympathies we find. full compensation for wha't ever efforts we have put forth. In tho face of tho enemy rejoicing In Its vic tory, let tho roll bo called for tho en gagement, and urge all friends of bi metallism to renew their allegiance to the cause. If wo aro right, as I believe wo are, wo shall yet triumph. Tho year 1000 is not far Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.b. Gov't Report. R$fel AftSOfcUTEIY PUB Before that International bimetallism, will ccaso to deceive. Before that year arrives thoso who havo called themselves gold standard Democrats will becomo bf motalllsts and unite with our party or como Republicans and thus open en emies. Reforo that year arrlves.trusts will havo convinced still more of the people that a trust Is a men aco to private welfare and to public safety; before that year arrives, tho evils of tho gold staudard will be oven moro evident than they aro now and pcoplo will bo ready to demand an Amorlcan financial policy for American pcoplo and will join with us in tho Immediate restoration of freo and unlimited colnago or gold and silver at tho present legal ratio of 10 to 1, without waiting for tho aid or consent of anyothcr nation." McKlnlcy's Address, Canton, Nov. 7. President-elect McKInloy Bent tho following dispatch to Mark nannn: "Canton, Nov. 5. Hon. M. A. Hanna, Waldorf hotel, New York. Your message announcing tho result of the election has been, received. I beg you to accept my hearty thanka for your great services in tho causo of sound money and protection through out tho campaign now closed and gloriously won. They were, most gen erous and effective, and will receive tho warm approbation of your coun trymon every whoro. I will be pleased to have you convoy to your associates of the national committee my high appreciation of their olllclent services. Tho people in their majesty, ignorj lng party lines, have declared their detestation of repudiation and dis honor, in whateverspeclous guise they may bo presented. -They havo with tho samo mighty power, affirmed their doYotlon to law and order, und their undovlatlng respect for justice and tho courts. They havo proclaimed tho unfaltering determination to sup port and uphold tho constituted auth orities of tho country, and have there by given new vigpr and strength to our free institutions. They havo in deed, again consecrated thcnisclyes to country and baptized tho ordln anco of freo government with a new and holy patriotism. Tho victory is not of party or section, but of and for tho wholo American people Not tho least of tho triumph or tho election 1b tho obliteration of sectional lines in tho republic. Wo havo demon strated than we area reunited peoplo in purpose aB in name. Wo havo mani fested in tho great causo tho spirit of fraternity and brotherhood that should always characterize our com mon and equal citizenship, and havo proven conclusively that In a country of equal privileges and equal opportu nity the insidious doctrine of hate, or of class, or sectional distinctions can not prevail. Let us, as Americans, straightway devote ourselves to tho upbuilding of America; to the peace, honor and glory of our common coun try. Party dissensions should no longer divide or rack tho public mind, nor the zeal or temper of either sldo deter any citizen from patriotic de votion to the good of all. "William M'Kinley." Dissolution Notice, Tho Copartnership heretofore ex isting between W. A. Hamilton & John Molr under tho firm namo of Hamilton & Mnlr Is this day mut ually dissolved. All claims duo to suld Hrm to bo paid to W. A, Hamilton. Any urns againsosaiu iinn wmuo paiu by each one paying one-half. W. A. Hamilton continues tho bulsncis. W. A. Hamilton John Moih, Salem, Oregon October 22nd 1800. 10-2(Mw, Baking Powder nw.iv. iinrnrn Mint. nnn 1 .1 Al m Oi I UlHssI - A w w rJtr '