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ft LOTH IN
SALEM, OREGON, TllUllSDAY, NOVJiJMUETl T, I8ff.
that the hjSiidi of Governor Morion H I J J 1IT i I )j
o wall ns t he J oolitic u champions of I
Governor MiKluluy buve nil been In
consent correspondence with. the I
FOR MEN; BOYS AND CHILDREN.
Wo will fiayo you 25 per cent on this lino.
Hosiery, underwear, boots, shoes, and all
seasonable goods in largo quantities. Wo
buy and sell for CASH ONLY, and will
save you monoy.
KENTUCKY SOLIDLY REPUBLICAN.
friends of Colouol Bradley, aud have
Urged them to push his claim for
Brooklyn Democrats Say
Will Not Contest.
BUT 00 TO-
And Save Money
on every tiling you
want to buy.
THE - FAIR
274 COMMERCIAL ST
A NEW AND O MLETE RTOOK OF OXFORD HIHLK3.
Special Teorbf r' Kd ; India Toper Ed.; Revised Itlblct; -oholan' Kdltlomi
broall llandy Edition Veitl'oonct Ulbles. Uhlldien'B, I
F, S. DEARBORN,
263 COMMERCIAL ST.
HiRDWARI, WAGONS IB CARTS
Road Machinery and AgriculturalSlmplements.
Latest Improved Goods and LowestlPriecs.; :
W. Cor. Statu and Llhortv Sti. AI TM 'OREGON
HOW MUCH MUST
Pay to Be Clothed Warm, Comfortable,
AND WITH GOOD APPEARANCE?
That's the question. We say $15
Buys a First-Class Wool Suit.
Another $7 50 Same Kind of an Overcoat.
It's remarkable how it's done that's tho kind of
clothes wo sell. Hundreds of our neighbors and friends
have been hero before you, and hundreds are com! no
every day, JPorhaps you are willing 10 pay more, lhcn
we'll sell yon one of those Jilaek Cheviot Suits and our
Keraoy Overcoat in brown, blue and black. $20 for the
two. Another says: I alwayo pay $20 or suit and
$0 for overcoat. This year you will be as well pleased
with our $18 suit and overcoat.
We've Just received n special lot of suits made from the
tost o Imported cloth. Always $!M, sometimes $35. W e
W'ogoIuR to sell a lot of tlioui. 'Hint's why tho price Is
W2.50. Ask to see them whether you wish to buy or not.
ne'vegot'eia iu Kcgent Frock Hud Kcgent Sack.
Ask to See Our Boys' Black Cheviot Suits at
S25.SO, S3.5D, S4.SO.
Kersey Overcoats, Silk Top Lined, Blue, Brown
and Black, $15.
a W.JOHNSON & SON.
HOW THE TRFBIOBNT TAKES IT.
Ohioaoo, Nov. 7. A Dally Newa
Washington special seys:
''President Cleveland Is charging
none of the results of yesterday 'd elec-
tiou to bis administration. Ou tho
contrary he Is taking a quiet smile
over certain features of the returns.
Senator Gorman diolares that Prtsl
dent Cleveland's personal followers
coutrlbuto to the success of Gowndes
Administration Democrats appcur to
be willing to assume the responsibility,
as another achievement for reform.
There seems to bo no doubt that they
expeoted ami desired the dofeat of
Gorman's tiokot. Tho president and
every member of his cabinet took a
deep interest In tho cauao of Campbell,
of Ohio and express regrot at his defeat.
The helpless condition presented by
Kontuoky Democrats ia regarded as a
rebuke to the freo silver Democrats.
A TAMMANY BOW.
New Yokk, N v. 7. John B. Mo
Goldrlck, clerk of the supremo court,
and secretary of Tammany hall, Is
lying in s dangerous state at hu homo,
tire result of a stab wound received In
no, election wrangle. Although the
afiUIr la said to have occurred at
o'clock yesterday aftornoon, no report
was made of it. Tho first. Intimation
of It was had whon William Dowllng,
a bar tender, wai arraigned in tho
JotTerson Market pollco court today,
charged with having stabbed McGoId.
rloS. The patrolman who had Dowl
ln iu ohargo would say but little
about the case and oven tried to belittle
It t j tho magistrate.
NEW YOniC'8 TOTAL.
Nitw Yoiik, Nov. 7. Total unoffic
ial vote for seurotary of state is: King,
dem., 605,600; Palmer, rep., 672,625,
Palmer's plurality, 00,625.
Brooklyn, Nov. 7. It looks now as
If tho mayoralty contest would be
transferred to the courts. Grout re
fuses to concede tho election of Wura
ter and the regular campaign dem
ocratic commutes has retained counsel
to look after Grout's interest.
Indianapolis, Nov. 7. "II W. O.
Oradl6y Is elected governor of Ken
tuoky," said John O. Now, proprietor
of the Indianapolis Journal, this after
noon, "It will probably make turn
tho republican candidate for vlce-pres!-dent
RESULT IN KENTUCKY.
Louisville, Nov. 7. Republican
claims and Democratic concessions
show loulght that not only has Ken
tucky elected the full Republican state
tiokt-t, but that the oomplexlon of the
legislature Insures a Republican success
or to Ben a tor Blaokburn. .State Auditor
Norman, the Democrutlo campaign
chairman, in a statement to the com
mercial, and that Blaokburn'a defeat
"The Republicans, with the help of
the Populists, will control (he Inglsla
ture," said he, "and Blackburn is sure
to be defeated. Kentucky ia now a
Republican state. The people wanted
a change and they took Ic. Republi
cans being aided by both the Populists
and tho A. P, A., no Democrat could
have carried Kentucky at this election,
not even Carlisle."'
HE CARRIED KENTUCKY.
Louisville, Nov, 7. Colonel W. O.
Bradley, who earned Keutucky for the
republicans in the gubernatorial elec
tion, will be the choice of his state
for the presidency, and bis friends
cond place oil tho tlokit. Colotul
Bradley has heretofore refused to die
cuss the matter but tomght It Is an
nounced by Walter Froater,secretaiy of
Colonel Bradloviacainnaiffu committee.
arid managing Alitor of tho Commci.
clal, the republican organ of the slate,
that Colonel Bradley's claims for
Knrds Join in tho Anli-Armot
imi Kioto. .
SEVENTEEN SEALERS CAPTURED.
Highest of all In Leavening Power, Latet US. Gov't Report
tional recognition will bo urged In tho
natloiial convention. Friends of Gov.
Morton aro urging tho Bradley peoplo
to fuptort a Now1 York man, ou tho
ground that the geographic positions of
New York and Kentucky would ren
der Gov. Morton's nomination for pre
sident almost decisively In favor of
Bradley's nomination for vice-president.
On the other bund, MoKiuley
men are arguing that MoKiuley and
Bradley would mtke the strongest
tlqket that could be put up, becauso ot
the tereonal magnetism of the men,
and the prestige they enjoy of having
wad many gallent victories.
Russian Wmslilp Runs Down
tho Pirates Willi Plunder.
claim that he will have tho support of
Omaha, Nov. 7. RetutuBbhow tho
election of Norvid, rep., by a safe plu
rality for euprcuie judge. The vote of
tho administration suiud money wing
of tho democratic party Is four fifths of
tho outlre party voio of tho state, pro
bably 25,100, and is n very surprising
featuicof-thao'.eotlon Tho silver elo
mont of tho democratic party Is urgiug
that tho entire machinery of tho federal
government in the ststo, was used to
secure votes for Mahoney, tho sound
monoy candidate. Mahoney's personal
popularity contributed largely to his
success. The great tight in the party
was for the avowed purpose of establi
shing tuo relative strengh- of1 the two
faotions, with a view of sending a de
legation to tho noxt national conven
tion. UTAH REPUBLICAN,
Salt Lake, Nov 7. Election re
turns from 215 precluots out of 820 rIvo
Wells, rep., for governor, a plurality of
2,482 and Alton, rep., for oougress, a
plurality of 1,072. The republicans
havo elected tou senators, tho dutn
acratlcs five, with three In doubt.
Tho republicans elect 20 representa
tives; demoorats eoven, with nlno in
Chicaqo, Nov. 7. Tho TorreuB lund
bill has been carried by u majority in
the county of 77,257. The voto of the
city for it was 75,310, aud agalust, only
4887. Tho couutry towns wore fully as
strong tor the measure.
Louis A. tieberger, of the real estate
board commission, which was charged
with tho campaign for the enactment
oftholuwand IU submission to the
people, was euthuslastlo over tho vic
tory. "It was the greatoU fight the bourd
ever made aud we think It has accom
plished a result which will bo of tho
greatest bene lit to the whole county.
In eilect. this law puts reality In tho
category of quick assets wbcro it has
been an exceedingly poor nssot iu the
"Another benefit of it is that an In
demnity fund is created out of a tax of
one-tentb of eno per coat on the value
of property certified for the flrut time.
This fund in held for the protection of
innocent persons who sutler lofca under
the operatlou of tho law.
New Yoiik, Nov, 7. Tho returns
from Tuesday's eleotlou show tho prop
osition to spend (0,000 on canals car.
rled by a largo majority,
Brooklyn, Nov,7. The Democrutlo
campaign committee today admitted
tho defeat of their local ticket, and will
take no steps looking to a recount,
Louisvillb, Nov. 7. The returns
give Bradley's plurality at over 17,000
and eight counties, not yet beard from,
will expeoted swell the figures. The
result in the legislature Is still doubt
ful with chances In favor of the repub-
ConstVntinoplb, Nov. 7. Advices
from"Allepo say that the Kurds bolong
Ing'to the Malldali cavilery reglmeut
plundered a caravan near that place.
It is further slated that tho Kurds
In the eastern province Joined in tho
anti-Armenian movement ond Ameri
can mleslonurlon are being advised not
tojexposo themselves to dangers whllo
tho excitement, lupts. At tho Instanco
of Mr. Herbert, British charge d' nf
nll consu s in the disturbed dlstrlcto
will bo provided with guards.
Plrato Scalers. Oapturod.
Bt. Pktuhsbuho, Nov. 7. A dis
patch to Novoo Vremya from Vlada
vlstock pays the Rusalau warship
Yakut Iibb captured 17 foreign sealers
In tho sou of Okhotsk, nil having
slaughtered seals on board, Ooo
schooner, chased by tho wayside, escaped.
Southern republicans. It is slgnlfioant 1 llcaus on Joint ballot.
DTJRRANT WRUES A BOOK.
Tolls How It Fools to Ba Tried for
San Francisco, Nov. 7 Durrant
has written 4 Httetch of his life and am
bitions, and has gono into the matter
of tiow It feelsto bo on trial for mur
der. Ho hns some flings at tho cur
ious peoplo who stared at him; takes
tho churches' to task for what ho
thinks Is thMr lack of Christianity,
and says that his self-possession, nuryo
and fortitude, during tho trial, were
duo to tho loyo and comfort given him
by his mother. Ho stoutly proclaims
hlslnnocenco nud satirize somo of his
"But, after all," ho says, "this w rid
Is only a temporary trial, to prepare
us for uuothor and better world. This
existence consists of only a few troubles
and painful years at best, but there we
will enjoy eternal happiness In tho
company of tho augols of God. Wo
lnvo tho usjuninco of tho holy Script
ures that rlohes and prosperity here
aro Impediments to happiness hero
After. Tho begger Lazarus is shown
to us In the midst of ovorlustlng bliss,
while the rich man Dives, who had
supported him for years by the crumba
from his tablo, and was clothed in
purple and tine linen, is represented to
us as burning in ovorlastlng bell.
Auother tulnc we might remomber Is
that It Is less difficult for a camel to
pass through tho eyoof n neodlo than
for tho rloh man to onter tho kingdom
ofheaveu'; so we may, therefore, I
think, rejolco In our difficulties and
allllctloua, for wo aro told that 'thoso
whom the Lord loveth he ohastoneth,'
aud, therefore, wo can see that the
mure wrotohed we ara here up m this
earth In tho loye and trust In our Lord,
tho more assured wo aro of the de
lights ol an everlasting heaven.
"I gave my testimony wlllln&Iy. I
gaye tho whole truth, whether it was
for or agalust me. Ou tho stand I
substantiated many points the prosecu
tion ondeayored to prove, wblqh were
used agalust me In tho argument,
which was twisted ann turned into
all shapes.aud which helped to con
vict mo ou circumstantial oyidouce."
THE DE0REE QOEB FORTH.
Portland Bosses Hond Out Their
from the O-o od ai,Nir 7;,
Boss Scett: It is not the purposoor
business of the Oregonlan to try to
elect anybody iu particular, or to do
feat anybody In particular, But It
must insist on sound principles aa to
money, and on rnductlon of taxation.
This is Its platform, and It la tho plat
form or tho peoplo of Oregon.
Boss Jo. Slnuen: It is not unlikely,
howover, that the curmioy question
win cui some figure The Republi
cans will certainly declare for sound
monoy. I nm myself unalterably on-
posed to tho freo coinage proposition,
and I know that tho substantial
element among our citizens is of the
samo mind. Tho Democrats, on the
other hand, an hopelessly dlvldod ou
tho qnesttra. It Is not Impossible
that tbo freo silver element will got
control of their organic Ulon. If so.tho
currency questlou will bo a llyo Issue
In the stato campaign. Tbo Republi
cans will corao out squarely for tho
position of the last national platform,
and they will gain moro strength by so
doing than tho Democrats can gain
from disaffected freoellvorRjp ubllcaos
A Fatal Explosion.
Detroit, Nov. 7. Twenty-flvo
bodies have already been taken from
tho ruins of the Journal building and
tho search still goes on. There are yo
twenty missing, swelling tho probable
list to 40 or 45, besides tho.niuetcen
persona who were injured, two fatally.
Thocausoof tho boiler explosion still
remains a mystery.
Broken By A Crew f Trait me
MADE UP BY LOCAL DETECTIVES-
Judge Hanford Issues
Walla Walla, Nov. 7. Jndg
Hanford has Issued a temporary ia
Junction, restraining tho Great Not! It
em strikers from Interfering with tb
operation of tbo road. He a)o eited
them to appear before hlM la
Seattle, November 23, to cause why
they not be permanently restrained.
A detective crew.
Devil's Lake, N. D., Nov. 7. TIm
baokbono of the Great Northern strike
was broken thin morning by the arrival
of a train with 70 special policemen, 18
now conductors, 25 brakemea and 3
firemen. Deputies are patrolling th-a
yards and tho tralnB have all
been started put. The recruits were
enlisted at Chicago by a detective
agency and are a sorry looking let, but
there has been no disturbance, and
nono is expected.
For Rent. Furnished rootae, Iar
and pleasant. No children. 458 Lib
Two Faces Alike
But by tho tnpo lino you'd find almost no differ
ence, So of goods, to tho oyo things may booiu
almost identical, and in fact ho as far aoarb as
niennnesH and gojdness can well get. Wo take
caro that qualities aro right. Low prices then
moan somtthingjeo youradvanta o.
Capes and Jackets.
You know tho immense lino of capes
wo had two weeks ugo ? How anxious
you were to get ono. They're all oue.
Expect a bettor lino this week, Hero's
a few we will have:
Black beaver; 23 luetics long; deep
collar; bound nil around and trimmed
with threo rows of lustre braid. A
tingle capo with strap In front.
Blaok beaver; dnublo capo; B0 Indies
long; top capo, 16 Inchon. Trimmed
with two rows silk llnlsh lustre; braid
ou top cape and collar.
It la our
aim to hold your rata
Once Get It
by giving good value and not using
A Good Suit
is a paying investment. "Once a Cus
tomer, AlwayB a Customer" Is our
Blaok, high-grade, crushed plush; 20
inches lone; Uued throughout with silk
sergo. Storm collar.
Same stylo trimmed with best Thibet
fur arouud collar.
Washington, Nov. 7. Rear Ad.
mlral Robert W. Sbufleld, retired, died
today aftor u lone Illness, following an
attack of grippe and an accident whilo
driving a year ago,
He had a most notable record, hav
ing oponed Corea, to the world by
treaty, surveyed the Tohauntepeo canal
route, and he aNo played an Important
part In the civil wpr,
Olothlug for tho many. Perfect fit
ting. $6, $6.50, $8, $9.
Clothing for the few. Guaranteed
all woo), latest styles, best workHWB
uhlp. $10, $12, $15, $17.50, $20.
If you are bard to At we have eaaapk
from thu boot custom allor la tb
United States, showing pattern that
are neat, laBty, nnd adapted to win the
approval of good dressers. Prices range
from $16 to 60. We guarantee satis
faction. They endorse that guarantee.
chevolte; velvet collar; large
Dark gray Melton, or blaok beavor.
Bouolo, largo sleeves; ripple back.
Very tssonco of btyleund comfort.
All lines up to f20 proportionate
Have you scon our $1 Fedoras and H
Conso oanoj, with solid silver tip.
Ail kinds; all slzsa; all prloee. 8m
the values at f 1, $1.C5, 11,60.
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.