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SAJLIKM. ORKGOM, ATTTRDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1893.
DAILY EDI TIC V.
Best St, Louis make at
VERY - LOW - PRICES !
Every pair of better grades fully warranted. When
you want a pair of men's, ladies' or child
ren's shoes, see what
The New York Racket
HAS TO OFFER YOU.
A general assortment of Racket Goods at Racket Prices
carried in stock.
E. T. BARNES.
State Insurance Block, 333 Com'l St.
LADIES CLOAKS REMODELED, A SPECIALTY.
BOSTON TA!lflR1NG m STEAM mE mm
Ladies' and Gentlerriens' Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, Repaired and
Piessed. Cleaning and Pressing Gent's buit 2.00 to $2.50.
" Ladles' " 1.50 to 2 00.
Dying, 50 cents to $1 00 extra.
Work neatly done on short notice, at moderate prices.
State St., 1 door below 8mith & Stelner's drug store, Salem. I. QOLD & CO.
Ed. C. Cross,
e?wVi-w-fl-M-a---afi-H. Wj I
The American Yacht
Leads Her British
BOMBARDING DAS STOPPED.
Fatal Wrecks On the Seas and
A PDRSB OF $50,000 OFFERED
Mitchell and Corbett
Fight at Yicksburg.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats of allKinds
95 Court anil
110 State Streets.
K. Meeker & Co,,
OFFICE, Oberheitn Block, up stairs, Salem.
W. A. TEMPLETON, Oen'l Agent.
Bra Slit for WD.
Here is a chance of a life-time, Why
appear shabby when you can have an
elegant suit for
308 Commercial Street, Sakm.
Suits made to order and cleaned or repaired.
At the Commercial street bridge .near Willamette ff0p
hlolea being added constantly, Only t,,eHbe; XmOUREUX, Proprietor,
rigs nor poor horses. t "' '
BURROUGHS State Street.
The Yacht Race.
New Yokk, Oct. 7. It is a splendid
day for tho yacht race, bright and a
spanking breeze. The race started at
11:30 with the Vigilant first over the
At 12:40 the boats were about hair
over the course, sailing east by south
east. The Viligant is still gaiuing, and
half a mile ahead. The American will
beat the British to the stake boat by 8
minutes or more.
New York, Oct. 7.- The Vigilant
turned the boat at the out mark at 1:50
p. in., heading to windward on a star
board tack. She Is outpointing the
Valkyrie. The Valkyrie turned the
stako at 1:59.
Tho Vlalkyrie crossed tho lino at
3:38, 30, six minutes after the Vigilant.
Washington, Oct. 7. President
Pelxoto of Brazil bas consented to dls
mount the guns in Rio Janeiro, aud
Admiral DemelloB, leader of the insurg
ents has ugretd not to lire on the city
as long as the guns remain dismounted.
This word was rec lved from Com
mander Picking of the Cruiser Charles
ton now in Rio harbor lust night.
This arrangement it is believed was
brought about through the eiloitsor
foreign representatives at Rio iu order
to save destruction of the city.
Clay Centre, Kan., Oct. 7. A col
lision between the freight and passen
ger trains of the Rock Islaud road at
Keats, resulted in a bad smash up, kill
ing a mall clerk, seriously iujurlug the
the engineer and fireman of the pas
senger train, and burning of the rua'l
Lkaminoton, Ont., Oct. 7. The
schooner Davis Stewart is ashore oil
here. Five men ana one woman were
rescued almost exhausted.
Another schooner, name unknown,
has gone down with all on board.
Want Oorbett and Mitchell.
New York, Oct 7. -The Metropoll.
tan Arena club of Vicksburg, Miss.,
has telecraubed Corbett and Mitchell,
offering a purse of $50,000 to have them
fight In the Arena
IN THE PATHS OF STORMS.
Horrors of tho Southern Cyclone
Fatal Wreck on the Sound.
New Orleans, Oct. 7. Aftermath
of the ereat storm contiuues to pour in,
bringing additional details of death,
sufTering and destruction. On Cueulore
Camida it reached the climax of horror.
The Island contained one town, Camln
daville, having about 1800 people, the
majority of whom were fishermen. On
Sunday evening there were 1200 dwell
ings within h)s limits. Today twenty
five only remain Btauding. Hundreds
of bodies are stlli unburied, some under
wrecked buildings, others iloatlugon
the bay. There are already burled on
the Island 050 persous and the work Is
not yet done.'
Iu the house of L. Terrebonne grave
diggers found his body aud that of bis
wife and six children. In Mme. Du
l ewe's house were found fully fifty
bodies, all mangled In such a manner
that tbey could not be identified.
The New Orleans bonrd of trade to
day te.egraphed to leading boards of
the country, reciting the terrible disas
ter and the fact that survivors were left
penniless and in dire distress. "People
of Louisiana will bury tho dead and
feed the starving, but appeal to tbo
general public to assist iu contributions
which will enable the thousands uf de
serving people agalu to follow their
avocatlonB aud support their families,"
says the telegram, Subscriptions of
every character will be thankfully re
received and distributed by an executive
committee of the board uf trade noting
jointly with the committee of other
Nino huudred bodies have been found
floating iu the waters of Grand lake.
The loss of life at Cheulero is not less
than 700 and may reach 1000.
Clllira WORK AND WAR.
What Leading Portland Socities
THE DANCE QUESTION IN ST. PAUL
Has Brokea Oat in a Now Form
Shipwreck on tho Sound.
Port Townsend, Oct. 7. Tho most
diaustrousshipwreclc lnsevcral years on
tho Washington coast, attended with
loss of life, occured three miles north of
Quillayuto river early Wednesday
morning, when UuFChillian bark Lea
nor of Valparnlno eut ashore aud was
totally wrecked. Captiun Meyer, his
wife and four teaman were drownsd.
The remiiiuder of the crew, nine In
number Ibuled ashore on wrcoknge and
made their way up the beach to Noah
Buy, where meager particulars were
telegraphed to the Post-Intelllgoncer
Tho Leanor was caught In a westerly
storm Tue.day ulnht. The Captlan
lost his beirlngs and the vessol was
driven ushore on tho rocks. Boon as
the bark struck she commenced to
break. Captiun Meyer caught his wife
in his arms leaped overboard and atto
rn ped to swim ushore, about a quarter
of a mile out they both wont down.
Tho bark broke In three pieces aud
three seamen wero drowned. The
mate held to a piece of keel for five
hours and finally floated ushore. The
other eight seamen reached shore com
pletely exhausted. The weather was
bitter cold and the westerly storm
drove huge seas over thelll-faled vessel.
Later in the duy a searching exped
ition recovered the body of the captlaus
wife. Captain Moyer waB an old Pa
cific coast navigator.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
It will seat 12,000
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First class work.
Bpeeial attention to mall ordere. Jlrrt cm
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-i- oTWAM LAUNDRY
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maimer. COLO J . stM)t
Washington, Oct. 7.-Voorbees
gave definite notice In the senate this
morning that commencing Wednesday
he would ask the senate to sit contlnu
ously until a vote was reached on the
dherman repeal mil. roawi, .
crat of North Dakota, then addressed
.i, -ontn In favor of repeal.
Senator Manderson authorizes the
statement that It Is his opinion mat
the test of physlcat endurance to be ap
ptird In the senate next week will re
sult either In a compromise or adjourn-
ment of congress.
House Everett, of Massachusetts,
opened the debate on the election laws
mii nrosvenor. of Ohio, followed In
nnnosltion. He made a vigorous a.
oppoBiuou. " .. .y for try.
gc "strike down national protection
of the ballot.
Ha proren an InfaHIWa
.rino tot all dranze
lAeot peculiar to the
female hi, auch tbton
le voinb and oarUp dU
eiM. II taken in time It
regulatce a n cl P'?""
blltT action of all June
tiona ol tho ('
ISTace vFC&tnr. aixl
,i.i--. i tha mw
"SlDnaTn U a beallnj. awtblne
;ft,?iiiMUo horn. lyWaM
Boston, Oct. 7, Tho Republican
state convention met hero this morn
ing. W A. Bancroft was chosen chair
man. Frederic T. Oreenhalgo was
nominated for governor, by acclama
tion. Lieutenant Governor Wolcott
was re-uomluated secretary of state.
W. M. Oliu was re-nominated, and also
J. W. Kimball for auditor, all by acclamation.
Pohti.and, Oct, 7. Grove Sefton, an
eluht year old b y. while playing uear
a sewer In Alblua tul.
buried by caving In of
was smothered to death.
the sew.r and
I ftn I
H wwl 7V1I
Deafness Cannot Be Oared
by local applications as they cannot
reach the dUeated portion oflheear.
There Is only one way t curedeafneM,
and that Is by coiiMiluiIonal remedies.
LVafnws is cum-i bjui hui hh-i
.ii. i- n( iim muiviiH llnloif of the Hus-
iwhliD tube When IliU lube Is In
.i ,i u..ii imve a rtimb linr sound or
Imperfect liwrmy. and when It I eo
tlrely oIl. lifnes Is the rwult, and
unle th iiflroHou be taken
mit and IliU u' whc'i i no uutuimt
wudUlo". l-artg will t destroyed
fcrevw; nine j ut of t-u are cauaed
! iv caiarrh. widen Is nothing but an In-
t flamed 8wiln of the mueoiis ur-
I We will elv one hundred dollars for
' unv caw uf d-afwtu""! hy catarrh)
?hat ! I"""1 "W " VlnU
Cure. Bead for elrouUmfrw.
r y J. filBNBY A Co., Tolodo.O.
I 8oId by PmngUts, 75c
Poutland, Oct. 7. Work on tho
new building of the First Baptist
church, at Twelfth and Taylor streets,
is progressing rapidly. The exterior
walls and roof are in place, and tho In
terior work Is well under way. A stone
sidewalk Is being laid on Twelfth loug
sldo the church bulldlhg, uud the par
aphernalia f plasterers, palntors. and
other workmen on the interior of tho
building, Is plied on Taylor street.
Wheu completed thero will bo few
finer church edifices in the West than
that tbo pulpit of which will bo occu
pied by Rev. Roland D. Grant, pastor
of the First Baptist church. IU loca
tion on Twelfth and Taylor streets give
to each of thoeo streets the distinction
of being the leading church streets of
the city. On Taylor there Is tho First
Methodist church at Third Btreetjtho
Grace Methodist at Twelfth and tbo
First Baptist, On Twelfth, the First
Presbyterian at Alder, tho Grace Moth
odlst and tho First Baptist at Taylor.
All of them are among tho finest
ohurch buildings, and nro supportod by
tho largest aud wealthiest congregation
In the city.
The First Congregational church
building at Park and Madison streets,
when completed will be second to very
few church edifices on this coast, work,
however, has been entirely suspended
on It for the present, pending a revival
of bettor times, when It will bo agalu
resumod. A high board fence Incloses
tho Imposing structures on tho south
and west, the windows, doors and en
trances are all boarded up, and tho ob
server of the magnificent building so
tightly sealed up cannot escape a feel
ing of loneliness at its deserted appearance.
St PAUL, Oct. 7. A sensation has
been caused hero by tho preferring of
charges before tbo Methodist confer
ence In Minneapolis against Rev. Tlios.
McCloary, D. D., pastor of the Bates
avenue Methodist ohurch. Tho charges
originated with tho Rev. Mr. Pilllug.
Dr. McCleary Is accused of having at
tended a performance of "America,"
while at the world's fair, and of hav
ing published his experience and Im
pression In the Methodist Herald. Id
bis letter to the newspaper, Dr. Mo
Cleary says that the show on the whole
was pleasing, although some parts of It
particularly the chorus girls and tho
dancing, shooked him. He, however,
considered the amusement harmless.
The Rev. Mr. Pilling takes a different
view. In bis accusations ho says mat
the theater Is a place where one loses
his virtue, conscience, self-coutrol and
grace, and that Dr. McCIeary's offense
bas no redeeming features. Mr. Pilling
also scores the Herald for printing Dr,
McCIeary's description. In a letter to
the editor be says,
"I am astounded that you would
print an article by a minister of our
church describing a ballot show and
play, and also advising our people to
go In the words 'ihe best of them an.
nually attend.' ltlanaisgn.ee to uie
Methodist Herald, the ohurch and to
the Rev. Dr. Thomas McCleary. You
are not responsible for his vlows, but
you are responsible Jot allowing suon
an article to go In. The question Is not
an open one. It Is uulawful for a min
ister or a member to attend any play r
theater, no matter how little tbey think
of their solemn promises to the church
of God. Unless you make some state
ment In your uext Inane, deploring this
-Hint find mitt nirvour paper rigut, i
shall use my Influence to try to have
every copy of tho Methodist Herald
stopped In my neighborhood. I am
against the theater In every form and
shape. I am trying to get all tho pco--.1.
r name in contact with to keep
away.but this article Is directly against
my Influence and ths. law of the
The Methodists are taking siues in
the matter, and should auy severe sen-
Lfiice be imposeu uu u.
Democratic Difficulties With a
PROGRESS OF THE SILVER DEBATE.
of tho Now
ist. The eflect of their payment Is al
ready being felt in tho reduction of the
gold reserve, wbloh today stands at
$89,026,007. The net currency, however
has turned tho other way and shown an
Increase of 52,647,200 since the second
of the month.
ipllt In the church is predicted.
Oct. 7. WlMfct,
Chioaoo, Oct. 7.-Cah, 61Jj De
Poim-4hD, Oct. T.-Wheat volley,
f.Wf.W Wdta WH f.Wf.fa7j.
The Tariff Sill.
WAflHiNdTON, Oct. 7. Democratlo
members of the ways and means com
mittee acknowledge some difficulties
are now being reached. The frame
work of the bill before tha majority
was understood to bo a draft submitted
by Secretary Carlisle. It is understood
to bo definitely determined that the
sugar bounty will bo repealed. A prop
osition has been made to place half a
cent a pound duty on raw sugars br
take oft tho same rate on rellned sugars.
It is gonerally believed by Democratlo
members, not only of the committee
but of tho bouse, that an Increase of In
ternal revenue taxes 1b a part of the ad
ministration plan. Another feature Is
the suggestion that money for pensions
should bo a separate fund raised In
some Bpeeial manner. The Income tax
and direct tax have both been suggest
ed. Members of tho oommltteaou in
valid pensions have receivod an intima
tion that tbey may have to net on sug
gestions of the kind.
Washington, Oct. 7. In the senate
yesterday Blaokburn of Kentucky sub
mitted auamoudraontto tho bill repeal
ing the silver purchasing clause of the
act of 1803. It strikes out the Voorhees
substitute, leaving tho bill as It passed
tho house, thou provides for free coin
ago of silver of American production.
Tho secretary of the treasury Is author
ized on tho first day of each month to
establish selgnorago to bo charged for
tho following month which is to bo
tho difference between the market price
of silver bullion and tho value arter
coinage. This Bolgnorage Is not to bo
coined hut to to be sold by tho secre
tary of the treasury for gold to bo usod
for tho purpose of maintaining tho
parity of gold and silver.
Tho attempt to secure a night session
of the senate Is now postponed until
next Wednesday. If Voorhees falls In
his effort or falls In retaining n quorum,
tho senate will bo in a better mood for
coming to an understanding. It Is un
derstood some Republican advocates of
repeal will decline to aslst their Dem
ocratlo co-workers to the extent of sit
ting up nights with them. Senator
Pugh says the silver tncu Invite the
tt-st and when It Is once begun will
themselves seo tho session made contin
IN TUB HOUBB.
After the transaction of routine bus!,
uess, Paincs, of Nebraska resumed the
11 wr to complete his speech in opposi
tion to the Tuoker bill.
Talbot, populist of Bouth Carolina,
In support of tho bill created a mild
seusatlon by declaring; "The proudest
memory of my lle la that I wus a con
federate soldier. Our struggle uas been
styled 'the lost cause.' It may have
beeu lost, but It was the cauee of liberty.
Ifsomearenot willing to give liberty
to us. we are leady to fight again. We
will give the black men their ilghts.but
this is a white man's country and white
men mutt and shalijrule."
Popullat members of the house are
much elated over rumors that Con
gressman Bryan of JNebrasks, has re
nounced the democratlo party on the
failure of tho Nebraska convention lo
endorse his free silver position. Rep
resentative Jioen of Minnesota sent
Bryan the following telegrams "Ao
cpt congratulation on your gallant
fight aud defeat. You are ui at nome
in the democratlo camp: no silver man
Beveraldsys ago the treisuiy de
partment walled Internet oliecls aggre
gating lu value about 15,000,000 to pay
JNew York Republicans.
Bybaousb, Oct. 7. Tho Republican
stato convention nominated Edward T.
Bartlett of Now York city for associate
justice of the court of appeals.
The platform starts out with this sen
tence: "Tho time has como to resoue
tho state of New York from tho despotic
control of an utterly eelfl.hntid personal
machine. All are Invited to Join the
Republican party to oiled a reform."
Then follows recitation of Judge May
nard'a action In 1801 and denunciation
of what he did and what hta party was
enabled to do as a result. Present In
dustrial uncertainty I. attributed to
fear of Indiscriminate reductlou of tarlft
duties, now In progress at Washington,
Tho only reference to silver la embodied
In the clause "commending Republi
can senators and representatives In con
gress for adherenco to tbo cause uf
sound money and stable currency."
Gen. John Palmer of Albany was
nominated by acolamatlon for secretary
Oregon Marble Wins.
CuiOAao, Ills., Oct. 7i An award
was given the variety Marble company
at Roseburg, Orcgou, for mnrblo.
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EVAl'OKATOIt AND CHKAMERY. It
Is one of the best things the town ever
had, but thero Is one place In town
where tho pcoplo all center for green,
dried and canned fruits, mid that is at
Van Eaton's old reliable grocery.
Unity Ciiunoir, Services nt 10:30a.
m, and 7:80 p. ra. Sunday school at
12. Subjeot of morning sermon, "Eter
nal Life, as Depleted by Herbert Spen
cer and by Jesus." Subject of evening
lecture, "Tho Now Humanity, with
Borne Remarks About tho Serpent, the
Cross, Giants and Dragons," Roy. W,
E. Copoland, pastor.
PuoiiATK. On petition L. W. Darl
ing was appointed guardian ad litem
for G. V., L. I., E. M. aud Abblo Darl
ing, minors, and the minors so repre
sented, and Luoy A Robinson, O. H.
Neal.C, and A. Gibson, F, M. Neal
and M. J. Jaruott have filed a petition
lo havo the probate of the will of Cal
vin Neal set aside. Citation requiring
defendants to appear in county court
Nov. 0th and show causo why the pe
tition should not bo grantel has been
Teller All Right.
Dbnvkk, Oct. 7. According to the
Rocky Mountain News Judgo A. W.
Rucker, who has just returned from
Washlugton, says that Senator Teller
said to mm: ul don't know where my
head may fall, nut you uavo uwiru mo
raiso my voice lu behalf of the Repub
lican party for tho last time." A Time
dispatch from Washington denies that
Toller made suob a statement aud
quotes him as say lug: 'Thatlfltwaa
necessary to leave the Republican par
ty he would make the auuouncemcnt
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