MMiWminiiiiiMWgW SfeU MKi EVEtflttG- CA&WAl, JOXmAL M03STDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 183, R if II M Server - A T ,K. MM Ml f In the Lead -n..i , wfc,r wo are continually .fi: 5 25 approbation nuu o ... TrilL We think we havo surpassed. our own record, though, this season. You are warmly invited to pass opinion. - IF - material. mpleUtoc,andare ready 10 supply any pepared contract, sewer work, grading, etc Salem Improvement Co. Wohld'sFair Bawics. There art displayed at John G. Wright's store i hadtre for oremlums won by Mar ion county exhibits at the world's fair they area follews: W. L. Blmerul. Mio'eay, wheat; H. W. Cottle, Salem, grasses; Mort tiavage, Balem, wheat: F. M. & M. 8. Durbln, Howell, wueai; D.E.Bwank, Aumsvllle, flour; Gard ner Bros., Stayton, flour. These an premiums In the agricultural depart ment only. There will betnanymor awards. Doa Poisoning. Capt. L. P. Adamt or North Salem has Just lort a valuabU dog by polsonlog. the second within six months. Thi Is evidence that all the low, mean mon In the world are not dead, In fact no one claiming to be a man could commit such adastardlj deed. He Rejoices. Lewis P tyjohn, an old-time Oregon Democrat says he re Juices, over the McKlnley victory. 'It's a setback to Cleveland's Czar of Russia methods," say Lewis. RBPUOH). Filtteii counties that ham nnnt. In lar rolls. hIiow total valuation of $31,291,209, as agalnBt 30, 052,200 last year. Social Tonight. The programme for the W. R. C. so clal at the A. O. U. V. ball this Mon day night Is as follews: Solo, Majoi Wallace; recitation, Ml Grace Suiter; duet, Misses Alicia and Lill.u MoEiroy ; Instrumental duet, Misses Bouibwlok, and Helleubrand; reoltatlou, Miss Con nle Howard; solo, Miss Multle South wok; recitation, Mrs. Lotrilz, Del rjlnsmoor. A special orchestra ha been engaged. The hall bus been beau tlfully decorated and an elegant supper will be served all for 25 els. ' Slicker than the Suckibt. Os hum' Ituokut store sells slickers, rub ber cohti aud mackintoshes at lowei p Ices than anyone else. 11-13 4d-2w Star Sin wan. Those who were up to observe it taw no star shower this morning as wus predicted. i m Course of High Orade Entertain ments at tho Salem First M. E. Church Next lecture lu cours (No. II) Wed nesday evening, Nv. 22d. . II. Dr. Chus. Edward LocUe.Tayloi Btreet church Portland, "Every Inch u Man." HI. Dr. Arthur Brown, of First Presbyterian church of Portland, "Father Tlmo." IV. Rev. G. W. Grauuls, "Funny Thing In Dlxlo as Been by a Preach er." V. Grand o ucort by Balrin artlt8. Course tioket Is (2.00. Single admis sion is 60 ceutx. Tickets for Palo al Dearborn's bo iksto aud Altkon'b grocery store, Stata slrodt. ll-3tf. HEAD OF TIME (Wo nro in advance of tho season, oa usual, in displaying our Novelties. But lgBte,1 thon wo lead I HL) n vory thing H thought- a iul Boloouon of doBirnhlo goods, in care ful attention toyourwanta, in high qual ity, and-tho most impor tant of all in prico. That isahvayawhat it should be. Japanese Curios, DM JBTHING NEW FOR 8ALEM. A )aw d complete line of Japaneso jhm receiveu at Book Sforo. Cluww, Bronw Goods, Screen BmuIoi BiuAetc, Lacquer ware, etc, Iff, m CommmoM mt wr fever in the history of Salem have so many shoes been sold in so short a tune as since our Closing Sale started. We etill have many choice bargains and those wishing to be fitted should come in at once. Kemember we have . est makes, and can J gU please you. PERSONALS. Mrs. S. Allln. who has been visiting re'atlvpsaud friends lu Sacramento, Ca'., the past six months, returned home today. Attorney General Chamberlain Is In the city. Governor Pennoyer greeted a Jour nal repiesentative very pleasantly this m rnins.'. Hon, O. F. Pax'on or Portland Is in the city for several days. City Attorney Bingham Is at Coryal lis today on business. John C. Lessure aud Deputy Htienii Haley, of Umatilla, are In the city as witnesses lu the Gregoire case. Geu. W. H Odell left today for Alsea to Inspect public surveys, whence be goes to Siletz Agency to allot some lands to Indians not yet possessed of homes. He will be away until Janu ary. R. 8. Kloher, who has been receiving The Journal at Parrlsb, Iowa, has come to Marlon couuty to locate. He attended the Republican meetiug Sat urday night. Mrs. Knopp nee Ida Hirbord, form erly of Salem, now of Davenport, Wu., Is the guest of her sisters, Mrs. D. J. Fry and Miss Kittle Harbord. Thero will be no services at the Cum berland Presbyterian church this even ing, as was announced. LITTLE LOCALS. Tho special meetings at South Salem M. E. church continue with Increasing Interest nd will be held each evening Including Friday of the week. L. V. Ehlen came np from Butteville this morning Thos. JCay left this morning for a business trip as far south as Roseburg. H. P. Lewis Is now driving tho Chambers back On Sat urday license to wed were iesuod to H mor Harman and Grace Cofllu and Tuomas Howell and Effle Mollwain. Rev, G. V. Grannls Is at Portland t dty. He will preach at Chemawaon Wedms'lay opening J. B. Glesy re turned to Aurora this afternoon Hou. E. F. Park hurst Is at Portland on ral road business F. H. Hart, the tailor u turned today from Newport. Two More Receivers. Omaha, Nov. 18.-On application of tho federal government the U. S. Dis trict court this morning appointed J. W. Doane of Chicago, and F. R. Coud ert of New York, ns additional receivers for the Union Pacific railroad. Miners Favored. MiNNKAfOMS, Nov. lS.iify a ses "l in of the Methodist Missionary So ciety todiy tm account of the recent silver legislation and consequent de pression in certain cities appropriation for the w stern mining states were not so largely reduced as in other portlous of the country. A Plot Discovered. Washinoton, Nov. 13, A special says there has Just been discovered a plot to overthrow the Hawaiian kiug cloui. It wus hatched In Washington last winter, Tho correspondent says tliero Is reason to bell v tho plot ro ot Ived the sauctiou of the Harrison ad ministration. Floods in Japan. Yokahoma, Nov. U', -Alvlces say severe Hoods occurred In Japan last mouth, In Okyama where floods wrought most destruction 141 persons are known to have perished and 100 more are missing. 1310 houses were washed away aud great number of homes aud cattle killed. From other points 418 persons are reported killed. 476 ships aud boats aro wrecked and a great damago done to farming lands. Multitudes are receiving aid from the local government. Flno Lecture In tho university course bv Rev. W, 0. Kautner of Corvallls, Wednesday evening, November 15th, at the chapel, subject "Movo On." Tickets 25 cents for aalo at the bookstores. 11 11 td The Chkapest. Have the Daily Jouhnal left at vour ofllce or resi dence. Only 60 cts a mouth, By mall 25 cts a month. Concluded Iroin First 1'age.l mate of this lady, at Niks, Trum' u I county, Ohio. A special McKlnley edition of The Daily Capital Journal of this issue Is printed and sent to every Republican newspaper In Ohio to show the Buckeye Republicans In what esteem the Ore gon Republicans hold their great leader and Champion of Protection. Extra copies of the McKlnley edition to send to friends can be bad at this ofllce. When it is considered that Oregon has had no campaign or election In 18&J the McKInlev demonstration Baturday night was remarkable. One thousand Journals will bear across the contin ent the hearty greetings of the thou sands of Republican men and women who on Baturday testified to their love for the cause which Governor McKln ley represents. The Republicans on the Pacific coast shake with stalwart legions who won the victories In Ohio and the other eastern states and pledge themselves If McKluley is their stand ard bearer In 1590 to roll up the biggest majority for protection ever given In Oregon. In the meantime the Demo cracy can join In the refrain of the Democratic orator who graced the oc casion on Baturday evening at Salem by saying: "3ouud the loud timbrel, holler and whoop, McKinley'B triumphant and we're in the soup M'KINLEY IN 1890. The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette bases big claims on McKInley's tremen dous mnjorlty In Ohio. It sa s: Protection !h the issue for 1890. Its strongest advocate, its most accomp lisued exponent is Governor William McKluley, of Ohio. Senator Sherman aud Governor Foraker nominated him Saturday night In Toledo and in Cleve land, respectively, as the Republican presidential candidate in '90. Yester day's vote In Ohio seconds that nomin ation with significant emphasis. The Commercial Gazette, with a full realiza tion of the significance of yesterday victory, Indorses the nomination of Governor McKlnley for president. Pro lection is the logical Issue. Governor McKlnley Is the logical candidate. To continue the logic of the, situation, Ohio, which has sounded the keynote for '00, should have the Republican con vention. But the Republican national conven tion will not meet till June, 1896. Near- ly three years hence. Prevention is Better Than cure, and those who are subject to rheumatism can prevent attacks by keeping the blood pure and free from theacld which cau-es thedlsease. You can rely upon Hood's Sarsaparllla a9 a remedy tor rneumaiism anu caiurruu, ulao for every form of scrofula salt rheum, bolls and other diseases caused by impure blood. It tones and vitalizes the whole system. Hood's Pills are effect. easy and gentle in DROWNED IN THE WILLAPxV DesDondency Drives a Woman to Suicide. South Bend, Wash. Nov. 12. The body of Mrs. Agnes Edgerton was found floating at the mouth of Willapa river this afternoon by a mail carrier from North River. She had undoubt edly committed suicide, as she had been despondent for weeks and had frequent ly stated that death alone could end her trouble. About two hours before the body waB fouud she left the house of Mr. Troll and weut to the Sea Haven wharf, carrying with her a piece of bread with which, as she said, to feed the fish. The cause of her despondency was the death of her ouly child two ' months ago. She had been rentlmr furnished rooms to lodgers, but lately made an assignment for the benefit of her creditors. She has a sister In Chi- (CJgo, and her husbaud, John Edgerton I from whom she has been separated, I live in ClatHkaote, Or. She stood well In society and her suicide Is a shock to the community. The remains have been broueht to the city and an lu- quest will be held tomorrow. i Will be an Issue. NkV Yuhic, Nov. 13. Correspondent ! o ITonnliilii aava iirnvtalnnnl imvfrn. ment expects to bo able to perpetuate It self till next presidential election lu Uuited States when Its expected annex ation will bo an Issue aud will win. Economize in Paper. Clean uewsnapers, tied In bundles of 100, not cut, tor sale at this elneo at fifteen centB a bundle. A heavy straw wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents a pouud. Next door to the postonlce. CAPRICE'S f?f2fllBaking USJiPowder. The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum, Ufd ia Millions of Homes do Years the Standard THE RUSH -OF- TRIMMED HATS Last Saturday was a great success. Every article went at half price, just as advertized, and all buyers were more than pleased. This will be continued for several days longer to meet the demands of the trade. Call early. Mrs. Mark Skiff. 291, Commercial Street. P. S. Store closes at 7 o'clock p. m. TOE FUTURE OF -.HAWAII Gresham's Letter Wholly proved by Cleveland. Ap- INTERVIEW WITH THE PRESIDENT. He is Satisfied That a Wrong Was Done the Deposed Queen. Washington, Nov. 12. James Hyde Pratt, of Albany, N. Y., is in the city. There is family relationship between President Cleveland and Mr. Pratt, Cleveland's grandfather having been a brother to Pratt's mother. Pratt had a previous acquaintance with Cleveland having often seen him while he was at Albany nsgovernorof New York. Pratt also bas relationship In the Hawaiian Elands and feels much exercised at the policy toward the islands enunciated in Secretary Gresham's letter. He drove out to Woodley this afternoon and had a half hour's talk with the president on the subject. As the result he learned that Cleveland approves thoroughly and wholly Gresham's letter and all coutained In It. Pratt has lived much in the islands, and does not agree at all with Gresham's ideas or belief as to the facts in the case. His statement that deposition of the queen was accomplish ed by aliens Is sufficient to discredit the whold letter to h's mind, for be had knowledge that most of the leaders of the revolution were Hawaiian born, and that the parents of many of them were Hawaiian born, though of foreigu ex traction. Ho urged also that the best natives approved the present government and only the disorderly element was amouest those who desired Its over throw. He stated to the president that in order to reestablish Q'leen Llliuo kalanl, It would be necessary to disarm every white man on tne islands. He did not believe tb'e queeu could be maintained on the throne a day with out the Influence of armed forces or the authority of the United States. The present government, he argued, Is in possession of all the arms aud powers of authority, has its forces well organ ized and disciplined aud isable to main tain Itself against internal disturbances. ACTION OF STEVENS AND WILTZ". KoiIimo miL'fltloned the accuracy of the statement that Minister Stevens aud Captalu Wiltz were instrumental In serving the revolutionises and that tho siiMesw of the revolution was de pendent upon the aid they reudered. They did no more, he asserted, than was authorized by instructions of Secre tary Bayard to Minister Merrill in July, 1887, for his cuidance In a similar per iod of disorder. At this poiut the presi dent asked Pratt whether he tho-ight hu had as good opportunities of inform ation on the subject as the president after a careful Investigation and study of tho subject for eight months. Pratt rejoined that ho thought he had since he had beeu in fntimate relations, by correspondence aud otherwise, with the Islands for over 30 years. The president closed the Interview by say Inir he had absolute fullh In the accuracy nfHilrii nmicMnalons drawn by Gres- ham, and that Stevens and Captain Wjltz had committed an act of usurpa tlon and had done wrong to a helpless power, whlou It was the duty of the Uulled States government to undo. North Salem Thanksgiving. On Thursday, November 30th, from l'J m. to 7 p m. the African M. E. ludlea aid society will give a Thanksgiving dluner at the church. Price 26 els. dw SALE REHEARING DENIED By the Supreme Court in Oases. the Street The supreme court today banded down decisions In a number of Mult nomah couuty cases and also the fol fel fol eowing: John Q. Wilson et al vs. City of Ba lem, motion for rehearing denied. This settles the much mooted ques tion of payment for the Chemeketa street improvements. The Best in the World. Senator Henry C. Nelson, of New York, writes: On the 27th of Feb suary, 1883, I ws taken with a violent pain in the region of the kidneys, i uflered such agony that I could hard Iv stand un. As noon as possible I ap- nlled two of Alleock's Porous Plasters, one over each kidtfey, and laid down. In an hour, to my mrprise and delight, the pain hod vanished and I was well. I wore the plasters for a day or two as .i precaution, und then removed them. I have neen using Alleock's Porous Planters in mv famllv for the last leu years, aud have always found them the quickest and best remedy for colds, strains aud rheumatic affections. From experience I believe tbey are the. best plasters in tne worm. Circuit court met iu term at ljp. m. adjourned jury May Finlcy was flued $5.00 today for roaming the streets. Candles, tresh made every day, plain and French the best at Strong's. Carrots for feed, cheaper than over before by tho ton at J. G. -Wright's. Headquarters for all dilly papers, al J. L. Bennett's post flL-e block news stand, tf 0ONVI0TS WILL RAISE HOGS. A New Departure by California's Prison Commission. San Qukntin, Cal., Noy. 13. At a meeting of the prison commissioners a resolution was passed which will re sult in placing the ranchers iu competi tion with convict labor. The commis sioners have decided to go into the bog raising business, and to begin ft once by purchasing 60 swine to feed. The warden's reports show that owing to many restrictions which hedge an ap plicant for parole, only 15 convicts have petitioned to be released under the new law. Of these, only nine have been able to comply with all the legal requirments, and no action has been yet taken in the cases of these nine. Owing to the fact that Mrs. Worthlug- ton, the murdere-s of Harry Biddely In San Francisco, and a Portuguese woman, sentenced for murder from Mariposa county, are about to become mothers, the toard has decided to let tht-m be removed, at the proper time, beyond prison wall.", so as uot to place the stigma of having beeu born lu a penltentlury on the Innocent hld-n. "Almost as Palatable as Milk" This is a fact with regard to Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. The difference between the oil, in its plain state, is very apparent. In Scott's Emulsion you detect no fish-oil taste. As it is a help to diges tion there is no after effect except good effect. Keep in mind that Scott's Emulsion is the best promoter of flesh and strength known to science. rrrr4br Scott Bon,KY. AlldrottUts. Grape Vines for Sale. I have pmpogated several thousand good strong two year old grape vines for setting out, assorted varltles, suit able for culture in Oregon. 25 els each, $2.00 per dozen. E. Hofer. Halem. Or.. Journal ofllce. d w Rubbers with opera and common senee heels, at Krausse Bro. BLANKETS, BLANKETS ! BLffltl! ) We have just brought from the Mill m wii of MAKE OUR ANNUAL CLEAN UP AND AT THE Lowest Pr ices Ever Heard Of ! -AT THE- POPULIST SUPPORT. Third Party. Mea to Vote With the Democrats. Washington, Nov. 13. There is no doubt now that the Populists will sup port the Democrats in almost any form of tariff' bill which may bo presented. This was shown in the announcement made by Senator Allen, of Nebraska, when ho said that he was opposed to adjournment of congress because he wanted to see a bill passed modifying to a very large extent the present tariff. The significant part of Senator Allen's remark was apparently lost during the closing hours of congress, and it was merely stated that Senator Allen was against adjournment after the Bilver bill was passed. That he particularly pledged the Populist party to the Democratic plan of revising the tariff has beeu overlooked. It is Important for those people, whg are inclined to BUpport the Populists, to know that so soon as these Populists enter congress tbey will betray tbem to the Democrats on such a vital question as the tariff. THE INCOME TAX QUESTION. Although the bearing before the sub committee of the ways and means on the subject of income tax yesterday was or an imormai character, mat it was interesting was manifested by the I presence of a uumber of leading mem bers of the democratic party outside tbe committee. Hall, democrat, was the only Bpeaker. He bad evidently given tbe subject much thought, and gave numerous citations of eminent writers on taxation aud economic sub jects. The fundamental principle up on which Hall based bis demand for an income tax was that every man should bear his proportion of the govermsht expenses in the same ratio as he derive benefit from the government. Such a tax did not affect tbe distribution of wealth, and produced tbe change of pikes. If congress attempted to pro vide for the deficiency In the revenue every year or two by tampering with tbe tariff, Hall said, it would contin ually distrub business. Under his sche me if a deficit was apparant tbe in come tax could be iucreased, and In tbe same way if there was a surplus the tax could be decreased. Hall sub mitted au income tax bill which will be considered. THE TAKIPP BILL. Difficulty of Securing Democratic Harmony is Increasing. Washington, Nov. 13 It appears that tbo chief embarrassment to' tbe ways and means committee is to come, not from tbe articles upon which the specified ad valorem duties ore to be reduced, but from tbe articles that are to be put on the free list. Altogether the lot of Wilson aud bis colleagues ou tbe ways and means committee is not a happy one. With a score or more of influential gentlemen demanding a caucus for a consideration of tbe tariff bill, andvarious others declaring they will not Vole for the measure if it makes drastic reductions on articles In which their constituents aro interested, the difficulty of securing Democratic har mony on the measure, now being solved by the ways and means committee, is every day becoming more apparent. J RAINY WEATHER Odds . anil Ids Blankets TO M00i VMi STONE, Sugak Bounty. Don't pay a prem ium on sugar, but get tbe prices atHar ritt & Mclntyre'e before buying They have made a deep cut. 11-11 3t WaNTKD Pnhln canvacwr of good ad. dron. Liberal salary and expense paid weekly. Permanent posh Ion. BKOWH BROS. Co., Nurseryman, Portland, Oregon. 10-7 lm THIS PAPER Is kept on nie at E. C, Dake'i AdvertlRlne Agency, 64 and 65 Merchant Exchange, Ban Francisco, California, where contract for advertising can be made for lu 0 HRIBT1AN BCIENOE Literature of alt kinds on sals at 828 Liberty street, 4-6-ly I Tremendous strides hare been made In Itbe BIBLE TRADE dnrlni- thnnnst VMr or two. UrSteXSnT pies ol Ihe progress you will find In our .tiuiV Alt .Iia TlntAct nnrt nAVMt 1nlDt CX I UBt 'are represented In our attractive ahow windows. With prices sttacnea Call and see them. It win repay you. PiHinle bib rushlne to avail themseiVrs, of our oQcr on these goods. Patton Bros., THE RUSTLING BOOKSELLERS 08 8TATK BTRKKT. Chatwin House. Jut south of the Methodist Church, in Salem, Oregon. FREE BATHS. Everything; new and 'lean. Tables sirred with the best of everything In the market. Hpeclal attention to commercial travellers. Meals 25 cts, Board and lodging Irom MOO week np. Free use of piano. The Oregon Land Co., At "alem. Is engaged In selline fruit lande in th vicinity or -a'era. Oregn. where more fruit la now growing than In any trt or tne state. COOK MINTHOKN, 10-13-3 m Managers. MAKE NO MORE MIBTAKE8 CHARLES A. SMITH BUNS TKe Rustler food h And he doesn't bnra up half your wood, li fuel, when he saws It. Make your contract with him personally orleave orders at Vealcn olgar store Oearborn'a book slore,43S tiumme street, or address me hy mail. 6-1H MISS BALLOU'S KINDERGARTEN Connecting and Primary Classes open Monday, Sept. 25Ui, Oor. Court and Liberty street, opposite open bouse. CL For teachers and motnors will begin Octobe 2d. at the same place. For particu'ara apply to Mrs, P. S. Knicjht, Princlj ! ASSES F T HART LEADING MERCHANQ Fi I i ninh TAILOR. 247 COMMERCIAL STREET. Demands Mackintoshes. Call and see ua when you want one. Mackinlosbe for ladies aud gentlemen. Prices tbe lowest. Our boys 15.00 mackintosh is ' full value. ALL WOOL BUIT8 Overcoats aud pants. Tbe beet goods on the market, at the lowest prices eve quoted for cash. FINE BIIOES AND B0QT3 Dou't pay faucy prices for your footwear, when you can ret the same goods Willis llros. for a great deal less money. A good Hue of durable shoes at W cash prices. DRESS GOODS AND JACKETS, Latest styles, correct trimmings, elegant coloring. WILLIS BROTHERS & CO. OPERA HOUHE i'ORNER, - PALEM, OREGON Go to see Willis Bros, when you need a hkaket, coasfBrter, etc. Tbr; have the line and their ptloM arc rif fat.