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Al Nilstof dm Hfilctit Woolen
COMIS IN AND SEE THEM.
He WaNte Ito!ll($fy MoasMcca
AND NEUTRALITY TOWARD CUBA,
Our Government Will Not Inter
fere Willi Turkey.
Road Machinery and Agricultural Implements
Lateet Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
W. Cor. State snd Liberty Stt. SALEM, OREGON
"THE FfllR fTORE
For Bargains in Everything,
SEE - OUR - HOLLIDAY - -LIKE.
Jo sell silver dollars for &9c.and everything elae in proportion.
271 COMMERCIAL STREET.
HERE IS A GOOD THING
PUSH IT ALONG.
iNY SUIT OR OVERCOAT
iNY SUIT. OR OVERCOAT
TuatlThink of It. Just Think of It. $14, $15.1 $10.50,
$20,t$33.50lan(l $.HZ7iw allVfo J or $10.
ItTn T. .. J. JI.I,.,.ntAjIQ fill! 111111 tllliut.
ave thtmonejiin. our fist before you talte the doilies.
We've just rccclvcy 5' Prince Allerl suits. They're
Med $20. They go during th is saUat $ 10.
i. W. JOHNSON & SON.
VA8iiiNaTON,Deo. 8. The president
toduy nominated Itufue W. Peokham,
of Now York, to be assoclato Justice of
Ibo United States supreme court, to
Hiieceed the late llowoll E. Jackson, of
Tennessee. Ho also nominated Itiohard
Olney to be secretary of state and
Jubson Harman attorney genoral.
IN TIIR BENATB.
Washington, Dee. 8. Tho senate
galleries were again well tilled but
there waa not the struggle for place)
Incident to the opening. After read
ing the president's message was com
pleted, Bonator Lodgo, of-MasBa-chusetts,
was tb'o first to eecuro the
recognition of the obalr for tho Intro
duction of bills and resolutions. IIo
Bent tho desk a Joint resolution forcibly
approving the principles of tho Monroe.
The senate in execullvo seesiou today
confirmed the nomlnatson of Rlohard
Olney as secretary of state, and Judson
Herman as attorney-general, and at 8
o'clock adjouruod until tomorrow,
shutting off a debate from several sen
ators primed with speeches on Cuba
and Venezuela. Btowart Introduced
the usual freo colnogo bill,
in tiik irousu.
Washington, Dec. 3. Bopresonta
tlvts Livingston, of Georgia, has pre
pared resolutions providing for a Joint
committee to investigate tho facts on
tho Nicaragua case and has recom
mended proper action to viudlcato and
preseryotho dignity and rights of tho
United Btatea la premises.
THE MESaAOB KE0K1VBD.
Washington, Dee. 3,When tho
house met at noon today, Itev. H. F.
Condon, new chaplain, blind Unlver
BHllot preacher, from Port Huron,
Michigan, dollvered the Invocation.
Payue, Republican, of New York,
chairman of committee, appointed to
wult upon tho president, reported that
Mr. Cleveland sent hii respeotful
salutations to congress and would com
municate in writing. Immediately
thereafter, Mr. Pruden, tho president's
executive cierkj appeared with tho
message, wbloh tho clerk read. The
members listened, some Intently but
all respectfully, to the words of the
President, Cleveland'! message to
congress deals with two subjects, for
eign rotations and local ilnanclal con
S(6ok fjul) cHplloiW from $100 (o
llrrtllon Ik wlfiofi Hit iwitntry rtfrtnf
ftflillfrtlor. 'i fb fnrriiif Ion n(mH4i
ffiy wool by dull l rrffAfuVri otm,
log tint HieflmfiiMr of wind. mt
principle In tlirtJfct(ililirt,
Tlionlooo of (fit Ohlnwft wit hi
developed a doTrltdht condition In ibt
(Jlifiiftftfi onmlrn tvQilnlt li An I laI a
llfllntil nllufillnli fliuliii. In III- ...
lfCSttlonofthovU,nofil1CI.IW AT LIliST 11,000 IS IN SIOIIT.
Attacks on fnrelgu iiiImIoiir ouknj,(
rnticli loss of life and properly lmv
IlOfltl ttm rtltt, iiMMlnlloli Iml ...m
American BUtrercd)( It Is plainly Clio
part of this govor'nfi jont to tuko prompt
nation and n spool d American oi in,
mission has gone ovferland from Tien
Tain to ilftmnnatrnt i llin rnmltu. .if
ourgovernmonf. toolieok similar out-
TltK WALtKIl OA8K
The cordial rolatlqna with Franco
have been undlsturlrd with tho ex
ception of a full explanation of tliu
troatmont of Joljn L, Waller
formerly United States consul nt
Tamatavo, Madugasdar, roinalns to bo
furnished. Mr. Wnllcr remained in
Madagascar after his term of oftlce had
expired, having proc ired busluess con.
cessions of value and upou tho declara
tion of martial law'b, ' tho French, ho
was arrested upon various charges,
tried and convicted by a military tri
bunal and sentenced, to two ynars hi
prison. This government requested
tho records of that trluuual. The record
of tho court proceedings and charges
havo been procured but the ovidenco Is
still missing. Meanwhile, it appears
Mr. Waller's confinement was not
Tho president recouunouds tho ac
ceptance of tho Frontli Invitation to
participate In tho Paris exposition of
1000. Ho espoolallycommonds tho
recent resolution of the French chamb
ers favoring a permanont treaty of
Jllgliert of All In levelling lWf,l.(Utf$ Vsi6mffmi
" ' ' ' - -iiii i- II MITm llll
arbitration betweon thovtwo oountrlen.
PliEA FOlt FltEE TItADB.
The close rivalries oi coluTTplfng in
dustry and under tho Influcnco of tho
delusive doctrlno that the Internal do
(Uontlnucd oa tUIra rnL'o.)
Indianapolis, Dee. 3. A lire In tho
heai t of tho wholesale district destroyed
propel ty valued nt half a million. Tho
north west quarter of the blook'bounded
by Merlren, Maryland, Goorgla and
Illinois streets was laid In ruins.
Boveu or eight groat business cstab-
lIshmoutB aro burned out. Tho follow
ing firms are burned out; Bohull & Co.
wholcpalo grocors; Ward Uros. drug
gists; Fairbanks & Morso, ecalet;
Eckhouso Bros,, liquers: Hlldebrand
Tho buildings wero all brlok, threo
and four Btorles lu holght, Boveral
firemen were carried down by tho fall
Inc walls. It Is bolleved two, who
have been taken to the hospital, will
"The prcseut assemblage of the legis
lative branoh of our government oc
curs at a time whou the Interests of
our people ami the needs of tho ooun-
try give a special prominence to the
conditions of our foreign relations and
the exigencies of our national finances.
I thereforo, deem It my executive duty
adequately performed ut this time by
presenting to congress the important
phases of our situation as related to
our iutereBtedues? with foreign nations
and a statement of tho financial prob
lem which confront us "
President Cleveland notes the open
ing of the freo wool market In tbo
Argentine Republic and also that the
boundary differences between that
lialluu and Uracil have been settled by
Burned to Death.
Brattle, Dee. 3. As a result of a
small fire at tho new Washington state
university In this city at uoou, Hurry
O. Asheufolter, of Bpokaue, a contrac
tor on tho university buildings was
burned, his body being completely
incinerated. A workman named Frank
Galleghor was Bovorely burned about
the hands and arms. They wore
tarring the inbldo of a big water tank,
when tho tar caught tire. A ladder
broke and Aeheufeltor fell Into tho
Constantinople, Doc. 3,It Is re
ported this afternoon that after a meet
ing of tho ambassadors, Sir Philip
Currle, British ambassador, notified
the Turkish government that If the
Tlrmans were not granted by Saturday,
a British gun bout would be sent
through tho titralts of tho Dardanelles
without the sultan's permission to act
as extra guard ship in tho Iloaphorus
for tho protection of tho British
rio men's uudunruaroilurcd for 50
ceutsbytlio New Yrk Racket ctui't
bo duplicated elsewhcro,
Tlie;ineeljiig ut Reed' opera houie
to ralne (ho woolen mill stock subjcrlp
lion of (26,000 was h ueceM lu point
of nttoudiiuce, enthusiasm, and us a
result of Its labors at least $16,000 of
the sum nqulruil Is subucrlbed or "lu
Tho commlttco rather emphasized
tho Impmtuucoof a laneo number of
small stock holders taking shares of
stock, in preference to cash donations.
It was a otormy day aud a most dls-
ugreoablo night out, bit loc.il patriot
ism was t qunl to tbo occasion, and
when Chairman MrCornnck of ttio
subsidy committee etdltd to order tho
largo house was well filled.
Tho occasion was graco.1 by the
presence of a iiumber of Balem ladles
who took un evident Interest In all tho
proceedings. Tom Kuy was Intro
duced lu lilting and tuloglntio words
by tho chairman, and ho told the story
of his woolen mill oporutlons us a
laborer aud proprietor for 40 years,
"from tho beginning to tho heud,"
often Interrupted by applause Ho got
tho crowd well worked up aud his
candid statement ubout tho profits ol
tho busluess was well reoolvod. He
need n t hayo nude tho showing he
did, which was vory convincing, be
cause nvury ntttii, woman and child
knows that ho never took a dollar die
houestly or wronged a man ot n cent.
As an aldermau of the city Tom Kay
has never disclosed the least desire to
eurlch himself out of public ailalra or
at tho expense ofoUicrs,
J M Wallace, uresldout of tho wnlnr
oomjiunyymajlo uu earnest talk fromva
bUBlUHes standpoint. Ifo' closed" Ty
Buying timt he would tuke $1,003 stock
aim that u young mau whosa name ho
could not give would tuko $500. 12,
und Geo. Q. Blnguam gave a good
talk. Then tho chairman asked for
stock subscriptions. J. J. Dalrymplo
started tho ball with $1,000 Block. Tho
boyu felt IlKo yolllug, "what'd tho
mutter with Jim Dalrymple ?" Tho
respouso of tho crowd would havo been
"J. J. D. Is all right l"
Mr. Wallace reconsidered his eub
scrlptlon and Increased It to f 1,250.
Mr. Dalrymplo immediately walked
up and put tils nutuo down for fSOO
moro, muklng his BUbserlntlon M.S00.
Ho rather expected Wulluco would bco
mm, wnen he would no doubt havo
put his up to $2,000, But for his moans
Mr. Wallace had maJe a very liberal
subscription. If all Balem men would
glvo lu proportion t their ability, in
Mr. Wallaoj has given, Bilem could
build live suuh wojIoii mills. Tho
crowd again ohwrud Mr. Dalrymplo
aud thoroughly appreciated his cilort
atfltartlngthelmll rolling at a good
figure, and his oloarly expreajed lutoti
tlon ofHtlmulatlng tho labors of the
committor to siicuMiful ruHtilts, It
had tho happy result or dwelling tho
list with aubwirlptlous to nearly tho
Hero lliero was ii .nauss uml tlm
chairman ompluywl the opportunity to
ten a etory at tliu expouso of "Old Tom
Kay" which brjught n laugh. But
tho whole aii-etiiiii was of a serious
busluess cluraoter and thoro whs no
disposition to Indulge In fun und
humor. A dlcnioh was reed from
Wulter L. 'IW.j, of Woodburn. an-
nouuclng that ho will tuko (250 Block.
This received u rt uud of upplaueo thut
WOhSrKD and moiiaik woiuch
The roally Important pirt of Mr.
Kay'd remarks lay In a vtry Bllj-ht
alluslou to worsted and mohair works.
Tho possibility of that lino of mnuu
faotufuotures belug otarted hero, wa
result ot rebuilding tho Balem Woolvn
Mills, should stimulate every one
capable of rendering uselstaure to
taking stock. A lady who talus a
deep interest iu thW eutorptlje huu'Js
us tho following;
It Is eald thut England manufac
tures mohair goods moro Buccessfully
than any other country, for tho simple
roarou that tho climate of that couutry
uoutalus greater moisture, aud the
yarn ot which the truhalr gooda are
woven can be rpun successfully only in
n dump atmosphere. Tho yarn used
for this purpoio Is obinlriod from tho
Angora goat and the llamn,
A I'flAOTIOAfi MAW,
The labors of tho subsidy commlllfo
afo appealing to tlm praetlcal inonof
tho town. Mr. WuMcmar Nnlnon. iIk,
Balem dyer, bok $1100 stock, Jfeletn
practical woolen milt man and has
worked III wonlon mill In r.ntlniul.
ftome of tho largest In (ho world, He
snyn ho known that stook lu (his mill
will pay and ho would not bo afraid to
put lu $5000 If he could itpuro It from
The committee hold another meeting
yesterday and will push tho work of
ralclng tho subscription f tho Block tc
tho $25,000. The work has progressed
well so fur and should hot bo dropped
now. Wo feel confident It will not bo.
Every man who has taken Block
should become a committco of ouo to
enlist others. Tho work la well over
half done, but tho last half is always
harder than tho first. Push tho work,
must be the motto of all Interested in
tho welfaro of Balem,
TUB VOLUNTEKIIS LAST NUIir.
Following signed the stock roll Inst
night: J. M. Wallace, J. J. Dalrym
plo, J. B. TuthlH, W. G. WestaCDtt.
IMfliityorrafn, lfafWwreM'i ,
plain Hint It I too Ati to pkW.
Hok hilling wenis to hn (lis nttkt f
Tt wan very qufil around hmm
The Hilnii.'ty nctionl will fiv w
outcrtalnmont on the 14th of ihmm
her. Admission ons pflOHy, Oomm
Thoro will bo divine Mrvlw a4 Mm
U. B. church on the Mb Imt at t p, m.
by lUv. Uoynoldp. of Half m.
Our new house on lh hill mi T
Macfcay Is soaring compWIoo.
losaae Asyls Ktrt,
Bupt, Palua of trie fcttate Immhm Agr
lum today filed hl reporU far Um
mouth of November, 1895, with Um
state asylum board.
Cost of Insurance, wood, bUnlMfa,
r.lothlni; and other expenece were lam
this month, but were all put In m thy
came und henco mako the per cp4t
larger than usuul.
The dlsbureemonts far Novemtw
10,012.70, Average per capita $10.80.
No. emnlovea for month ... 1!M
Wuldemar Nelson, J, E. Baker, Dukuu i 'i,0,nl No.patleuts for month 1,11
imui xii,. iiniicum nt euu... .i.t
Bros.. Balem Iron Works, a. H. Ilnwr.
lug, D. J. Cooper, Potion Bros., L. B.
Winters, Krausso Eros., fmoro It nec
essary,) J. M. Long, W. 3. Dunnlway,
N. J. Hubs, Jacob Vogt, W. L. Tooze,
Bubcrlptlou blouks are belug printed
nud will bo circulated by tho commlteo
Poiitland, Doc 3. The O. R. & N.
Bteamor, Elmoro, which plya on tho
uppor Willamette, had a uarrow eseapo
from total destruction last night. Bhe
was blown on tbo rooks n few miles
aboyo Oregon City, but was gotton oil"
this morning with light ddroago."
Price rubber boots for, nun, women
and children at thotho New York
Racket beforo buying. . .
Klnnenietititfnr month 9.
Deaths for month..... ..-.. 8
Received for month.... 29
Discharged for month 14
The reports wero considered and ap
Notice to Yob.
If you nre owing a bill Rt tb Far
Mlllltipru atnra niaiLOA nail cm J &
same or It will be left with an attorjr
Mrs. D L, Fikstbk.
Delinquent Taxbb. The ft ret im
port of the sherlft of Marios county wr
taxes of 1801 will be filed with tb
county commloftlonera court at m
meeting' Wednesday, Dccmpf 4k.
nousF.KBEPKRS'. Rei(nabr Wete's
Market will sell yorf pur keUki rvn
dored lard, 5 lb. poll, 40c; 10 lb. ptM,
60c Cheapen raarbct In town. 18 Mf
j. j. Dim
We Start the Ball Rolling,
in BouCle, B'ine Beaver, Black:,
Blue, Brown1 and Tans,
- AT - COST .k.
All Ouf $4 Jackets go for $3,25,
All our $5 Jackets go for $4,25,
All our $12 Jackets go for $8,50, "' :;
All our $20 Jackets go for $14
Iff IE OP CAPES us. m
.j. .a .,,.i r.
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO;