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PLATFORM WRITTEN BY DILL
Favors Liberal Pensions for
THEIR WIDOWS AND DEPFNDENTS.
Oilers Cleveland a Sop of Vinegar
New York Democrats.
Saratoga, Oct. 0. It is understood
that the chief object of the Democrats
inholding the state couvontion over
until today was to learn as much ns
they can about the intentions of the
Republicans, who meet today in Syra
The Democratic state convention re
assembled this morolng. The report
of the committee on contested seats in
every case seated the anti-Cleveland
contestants except one, on which the
lelegatlon was evenly divided. The
report was adopted by 340 to 34, Tem
porary organization was made perma
nent. THE PIjATFOKir.
After dealing with state issues, the
platform says: The transfer of the leg
lalatlve and executive branches of the
federal government to the Democratic
party, was none too soon to correct,
even If too late to avert,the widespread
distress, caused by unsound plutocratic
Republican legislation. The platform
further demands the speedy and un
conditional repeal of the Sherman law,
r its obnoxious provision; favors lib
eral provisions for all disabled union
-toldiers, widows and dependants; con
gratulates Cleveland on the ausplcloua
beginning of his administration; pledg
es earnest support in all efforts to secure
enactment of Democratic rueatures and
carrying out of Democratic policies, es
pecially approves his patriotic action In
convening congress in extra session.
The calling of a state constitutional
convention for next year to provldo for
woman suflrage is recommended.
The following ticket wus then nomi
nated for secretary of state, Cord Meyer
of Queens county; for comptroller,
Frauk Campbell, la nominated; for
treasurer, High Dufly, Cortland Co.;for
Attorney General 8. V. Itoseudalo, of
Albany, Renominated, State Surveyor;
Martlu Rcbenck, renominated Assoc
iate Judge Court of Appeals T. H.
Maynard, now filling that place by
appointment. Moyuords nomination
caused considerable opposition on the
trround of his record not being clear
but it went through nevertheless.
San Francisco, Oct. 0. On the
nexttrlnof the Steamer National City
to this port from Coos bay she will prob
ably have in tow one of the largest
timber rafts that has overcome to this
city. The raft la cigar shaped, oao
feet in lenght, beam 40 and draws 10
feet of water. There are 3,615 piles In
tie raft aggregating 4,liw,oou leei
Limber measure. The raft has already
been constructed and Is ready to be
lowed here but as the depth of water
on the bar will not permit of the raft
being brought over, high water is
walled tor. The raft la consignee; to
the Ban Francisco Bridge Co. It Is not
likely that a second raft of the same
dimensrons will be built as there is too
much diflculty in bringing it here.
Severely Burned. The telephone
exchange had seventeen machines
burneh out last night, but by 0 a. m
had all In good running order.
So simple yet always efficacious In
atl bllllous disorders is Simmons Liver
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THE JOURNAL OROWINQ.
How tho Associated Press Victory
Helps Its Readers.
The One Cent Daily still booma.
By one leap In sixty days nearly two
thousand now readers were added, and
they are all pleased. Some are so wetl
pleased with the only one cent dally on
coa-it that they are adding new names
to our lists dally. When tho people
s -hj that so good a paper as the One
Cent Daily can bo printed for 25 cts.
a month, they will stop taking tho high
priced papers that bring tho news from
24 to 48 hours old. Our Weekly lists
are also growing. Corao in and see
The great victory of the Associated
Press over its rival, tho United Press,
is of great importance to our readers.
We are already printing an Increased
telegraphic report , and in tho near
future shall be able to nearly doublo its
volume of news. They are now getting
the best telegraphic report published
outside of Portland,
A word to our advertisers: We are
always glad to satisfy you as to tho cir
culation of the Daily and Weekly
journal, wuicu now reaches an ag
gregate of five thousand. Come In and
satisfy yourselves by Inspecting our
evidences of circulation. The Jour
nal Is established on a permanent
business foundation and feels proud of
its success. It ha9 weathered hard
times and feels the impulse of increas
ing prosperity. lis regular advertisers
all do a good business. Its readers are
a happy, Intelligent, prosperous class of
people and a business man who appeals
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rich reward of business. Get In touch
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will do you good.
Spokane, Oct, 0. The county comls
sloners opened bids for (250,000 bonds
for the construction of a new court
house. Three bids were received.
Farson, Leach & Co. offered par. less
2 per cent. Tbelss & Barrel, par less
2J per cent, and Rollins &Sons par, less
a co mm salon of (4800. The commis
sioners took the matter uuder advise
ment. It is probable all bids will be
Olymi-ia, Wash., Oct. 0. P. B.
Johnson, of Wulla Walla, has been re
moved as director of the state penltou
tlary for misconduct and mulfeasanco
in office. The oflunso is that as a di
rector ho authorized and permitted the
sale of jute fabrics, manufactured at the
ponltentlary, to others than residents
of the state.
RoBEinma, Or., Oct. 0. Samuel
Chandler died, aged 62 years. Ho had
been troubled for several months with
complicated heart trouble and dropsy
Tacoma, Oct. 0.- A movement has
been successfully sturted to hold a gen
eral Northwest coast fair in this city
during AugUHt, September und October
of next year. All the coast states and
Idaho, Nevada, Montana, Aluska and
British Columbia will be Invited to par
ticipate. Astoria, Oct, 0. Tho biggest storm
of the year wus ruglug off the mouth of
the Columbia yesterday. Tub wind ot
talneda velocity of 68 mile per hour.
It has been raining without a minute's
pause ill this city for the past 48 hours.
Some Cost Bills The county court
Is wrestling with this subject In the
caBesof the Chinese rioters. These cost
bills aggregate (41 OS fees and (108 GO
for witness mileage, or (160 25. This
is the constable's bill alone. Their
board for a mouth or more at 42 cts. a
day comes to about (160.00 more. The
sheriffs fees In these cases are also
causlug the court some anxiety. There
were fourteen men, twelve still in Jail,
and the sheriffs fees In each one
amounts to six dollars apiece. There
will be another bill of fees and cosU for
witnesses before the grand jury. In al)
these hop jards rioters will cost the
county a thousand dollars or more and
probably all l acquitted.
Moui'iUNK Lick.nbb,M Glesey of
Aurora has taken out a county license
to sell tuorpblne.cocalue.eng-nhe.oplum
and other poip. The fee Is (1.00 a
year and the law toiblds any druggist
or pharmacist selling except upon pre
scription. Btokms. Owing to Jt night's uv
erertio storm our telegraphic report
vru delayed today on account ol aaiqe.
EMPIRE STATE REPUBLICANS.
Holding Their Slate Convention
MAJOR McKINLEY'S NAME CHEERED.
Tho Great Okioan Named as Our
Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 0. Tho Indi
cations were before the assembling of
the Republican stato convention today
that there would be a good deal of
tangle to straighten outatBuilalo,New
York olty and Syracuse, all of which
want tho nomination for Judgo of ap
peals. Now York city folks aroat odds
P. W. Culllman, of Oswego is tem
porary chairman. In a speech of ac
ceptance he contrasted tho administra
tion of Harrbjou frith tho present ad
ministration to tho detriment of the
latter. Tho speaker's references to Maj
or William MoKluley brought out a
significant round of applause and the
great Ohloau was given three oheors,
while ono delegate shouted "He'll be
our next president, too." Alter ap
pointment of msual committees, recess
was taken till 3,30 p. m.
New York, Oct. 0. Thore was very
light trading in hops today with easy
feeling and small rauge lu quotations.
All olosseo of goods aro unchanged. ,
Santa Fo Reductions.
Denver, Col. Oct. 0. The voting of
tho Rio Grande men on the proposition
to reduce salaries 10 per cent was con
cluded at Hallda today. Every indica
tion is that tho mou will aocopt tho re
duction. Spanish Anarchist Shot.
Barcelona, Out. 6. Pallas, the
Spanish anurchlst,- wbo-attempled the
lf) of General Martinez Campos, was
shot this morning by a platoon of in
fantry. Receiver Expected.
Milwaukee, Oct. 0. An application
will be niado tomorrow for tho the
appointment of a receiver for tho Chi
cago and Northern Pacific road-
Cost of Deportation.
WASHINOTON, D. C, Oct. 0. The
secretary of the treasury today sent tho
senate a revised estimate of the cost of
deportation of the Chinese in tho Unit
ed States. Tho statement Increases the
estimate of the total appropriation nec
essary from (0,000,000 to (10,000,000.
Tho Increase is due to the cost In tho
courts and the Inoreate In steamer raUa
from Ban Francisco to Hong Kong.
Numerous sales were reported this
week at prices ranging from 10 to 18
cents, according to quality.
MeeRer & Co. bought 8S0 bales of
Dove Bros., Salem, at 18o and shipped
70 bales for J. S. Vaughn with an ad
vance of 13 cents and 67 bales for W.H.
Bees with an advance or 12Jc, with op
portunity of closing out at any time
prior to December,
London dealers are withdrawing
their orders for tho present.
13. C. Merrill, of Independence, will
this vear clear about (10.000 from the
output of his thirty-seven acres of hops.
Polk county will raise about 1,000,000
pounds of hops this year, which at 20
cents will bring the neat sum of (300,
000 Into the county. This ought to set
our farmers to thinking. What a con
venient thing it would be if overy coun
ty had 1,000,000 pounds of hops to mar
ket, and they could Just as easily have
been raised here as elsewhere
Deafness Cannot Bo Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to euro deaf new,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an Inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Ilus-
tachlan tube. When this tuue is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearlujr, and when It U en
tirely closed, deafness Is the result, and
Milieu the Inflamatlon can be taken
out and this tube restored to ita normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out or ten are causea
by catarrh, which U uolhlug but an In
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
Wo will give one hundred dollars for
any rase or aeainess (caused uv cauirru j
tlial cannot oe cureu uy jihii wbiumu
Cure. Send for circulars; free.
V J. (JHBNKY A Co., Toledo.O.
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THE POLITICAL FIELD.
Proceedings of Congress on Var
SENATE IN EXECUTIVE SESSION.
Considers Presidential Appoint
nionls Nebraska Re
publicans. Washington, Oot. 0. In the house
Col. Outes called up tho bill repealing
statutes requiring affirmative proof of
loyalty of pensioners of wars previous
to the Into war, and also permitting
such pensioners to secure bounty lands
earned by service In tho Mexican and
Indian wars. At the suggestion of Bur
rows tho bill was withdrawn.
Oatea then called up tho bill disquali
fying United States Judges from sitting
lu cases In which they had over been
Interested as counsellor or by ties of
consanguinity and it passed.
The bill permitting boiler inspection
at tho place of manufacture passed and
also tho bill Including the secretary of
agriculture in tne list or presidential
The bill restoring the property of tho
Mormon church now In the hands of a
receiver In accordance with the provis
ions of the Edmunds-Tuoker act, to
that church passed.
Then consideration of the Tucker
bill was resumed, Murray taking the
floor for the completion of tho speech
ho began yesterday. The colored man
declared that no "gambler or conjuror"
oyer dovlsed more plans to defraud his
victims than wero conducted by South
ern Democratic politicians to rob men
of his raco of their votes. Ho applied
such epithets ob "murderers,"" thieves,"
and "ballot box rappers," to Southern
Democratic politicians and appealed
eloquently to Northern Democrats,
Western Populists and patriotic Repub
licans everywhere to resist the passage
of this nefarious bill. He announced
that tho bill was a step In tho direction
of abrogation of the thirteenth, four
teenth nd fifteenth amendments and
called on the people of his race to mark
well oyery man who voted for this bill,
"But even If tho bill passed," said he,
"I cannot believe but tho good and
philanthropic man In the White House
Is too humano to strlko down the legal
walls that protect the black man."
On motion of Voorhoes the senate at
once proceed Into executlvo session to
consideration of the presidential ap
pointments for positions In tho territo
ries, which violated tho homo rule
plank in tho Democratic platform.
Speeches were made in oppposltlrn to
uppolntmonts by Hill of New York,
Davis and Washburn of Minnesota,
and others. Hill's speech was a criti
cism that such appointments In general
were a violation of the Democratic
platform. Davis and Washburn spoke
specifically of outside appointments to
Minnesota, particularly that of It. M.
Allen, of Illinois, as agent of the White
Earth Indians. Some of tho presi
dent's friends dofonded tho appoint
ments on the ground that the appoint,
ments so made were all of strictly na
Lincoln, Neb. Oot 0, Tbo Repub
lican state convention to nominate an
associate Justice of the supreme court
and regents of the university met here.
DIttrict Judge A. A. Harrison of Hall
county was nominated for associate
On the question of finance and silver
the platform says: "The American
people, from tradition and interest,
favor bimetallism and the Republican
party demands the uso of both gold and
sliver as standard money, with such re
strictions and under such provisions, to
be determined by legislation, as will
secure maintenance or parity of values
of the two metals, so the purchasing
and debt paying power of a dollar,
whether or silver or gold, shall be at all
STATE NEWM ITXM8.
The now Catholic church at Mt. An-
I gel will bo dedicated Thursday, October
Oregon's world's fair secretary; Dr.
Jay Guy Lewis has wiltten to A. J.
Foster, or Cove, stating that Arkansas
oas an applo at tho world's fair that
measures fourteen Inches In ciroumfer
moo, and he will pay (2.60 for one that
vlll equal or beat It, and to this Mr.
FoBtor has added (2 CO for an apple that
will measure fourtoen and one-half
Inches. Either Mr. Jas. Henderahott
or Mr. Footer, of Cove, will pay 60 cents
eaoh for smooah potatoes that weigh
tlvo pounds or over, these gentlemen
tre arranging to ship several boxes of
ruit and vegetables and anyone Retiri
ng specimens to be shipped should
.end twonty of each variety, Dr. Lewis
is making i special eftortr to wis the
0 ret prize for Oregon fruit, and he
mould be encouraged aud assisted In
every way poselblo by our citizens.
The Ions for the now light at Hecta
heid has arrived at Portland, and will
ioon bo placed Into position to warn
mariners off tho rooks north of the
uouth of tho Sluslaw The leun, lamp
ind royo vlng apparatus fill 41 cases
tnd weigh 10 tons. They came from
England, and cost (3,000 less than the
ensoa for other first-lights on this
coast, which wero made In France.
Hie lamp has ilvo wioks, and consumes
half a gallon of mineral oil per hour, or
2160 gallons per annum.
There perhaps Is not another city in
the United States of 100,000 inhabitants
in tho closo violnlty of which hunters
40 frequently see and kill door as Is
done within a few miles of this city.
A gentleman who was drivlug on the
St, Helen's road Sunday afternoon,
this morning told a Portland Telegram
reporter ho was surprised to find a pool
of fresh blood by tho roadside. He
stopped to investigate the matter and
pjesontly saw a party of hunters with
hound?. Ono of thn hunters told him
thoy bad killed ono deer, and the dogs
had chasod another on Sauvlo's Island,
where thoy wero euro to capture It, and
they wero after a third ono. This woe
about 11 miles from Portland on the
St. Holen'a road, about nppesite the
head of Sauvlo's Island. Three detr
taken in ono day within a dozen miles
of a city of 100,000 people, is something
to oxclto the wonder as well as tne
onvy of the hunters In tho effete East.
Ban Francisco, Oot. 0. Wheat,
Chioaqo, Oct. 0. Cash, C4: De
Portland, Oct. 0. Wheat valley.
(.06(.07i; Walla Walla (.87l.87j.
Saved His Life
"X luvo been suffering (rom liip Uwae
lor el jlit ien, having three, running tort
on piy hits I tegau to take
ami It has siren laoaperfeet cure, I feel
cuufitteut that It at el my lUo." OU-iu U
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