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SALEM, OKEGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER zU 1893.
BOOTS, SHOES II
A good assortment from cheap to best grades. Wo buy
for CASH and sell for CASH, and
WILL SAVE YOU
T ; r, . .
, From 15 to 25 per cent, on all your purchases.
The New York Racket
when you Jjvant Oil Clothing, Gossamers, Macintoshes, Rubber
Hat j, wooband.iur hats, hosiery and notions.
E. T. BARNES.
State Insurance Block, 333 Com'l St.
Ed. C. Cross,
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Fresh, halt and
Snioked!Meatsof n IKinds
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
ED. Meeker & to,,
OFFICE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, Salem.
W. A. TEMPLETON, Gcn'l J gent.
Big Strike at Vice President's
WILL STAND BY HIS MANAGER.
Political Situation on the
Bethlebkm, Penn., Nov. 29. The
omforence between President Wilbnr
of the Lehigh road and the Arbitration
board becan at noon. It is still on.
A report la received, to the effoct that
Chairman Clark says the strike mil be
declared oft before night.
Bloominqton, III., Nov. 29. Vice
President Stevenson waited this mom
for a delegation of business men who
promised to call on him in behalf of the
men on strlko against reduction of
wages in a coal mine in which Steven-
sou Is interested. They did not come.
The vloepresident said the operation
of the mine Is in the bands of Mauagor
Graham and whatever he does will be
sanctioned by Stevenson.
A Practical Question.
Boston, Noy. 29. The Nonantum
Worsted Co., which has been.in opera
tion for 14 year, notified its 800 hands
that the reduction of tariff as proposed
by the new law will necessitate a re
duction of wages or stoppage of mills.
dent H irrlsou was asked for a state
ment of his opinion of the new Wilson
tariff bill but declined positively, hav
ing only cursorily examined it. Upon
being asked If It was as btroug In Us
reductions as be had anticipated, he
acknowledged it might have been
stronger, Implying that the reductions
were not as great as he had anticipa
Orancjk, N. J., Nov. 29. Manufac
turing hatters say the new tariff would
force them out of business. A commit
tee of manufacturers this afternoon
started for Washington and will fight
tho passago of the act In every way.
Chableston, Nov. 29. Governor
Tillman's message treats of railroad tax-
ation'and the dispensary law. The gov
ernor roasts the supreme court for using
suoh expressions as "the tall wags tho
dog," 'ijudlclal Insolence," etc. Refer
ring to the railroad litigation Governor
Tillman says the unlucky marriage be
tween the dignity of the federal court
and these corporations must be annul
led. Train Wreck in Italy.
Milan, Nov". 29. An express train
ran into a heavy freight standing at
Trevlglie, causing a frightful wreck.
It Is reported 85 persons are killed and
16 severely Injured. The wreck caught
fire and cremstod a number of the
Portland, Nov. 29. In the Dunbar
trial this morning cross examination of
Blum was continued. Nothing new
Two Oasos of Insanity.
Yesterday Dr. Jeffreys waB called to
East Btate street by a report that a
Mrs. Brldger had swallowed a dose of
"Rough on Rats." Bhe 'was only
drunk. Today Chas. Bridger.! her hus
band, was arrested by Deputy BherlQ
Wrlghtman at 11 a. in. on a warrapt
charging him with Insanity. He Is
about 65 years of ago and has a family.
The time set for his examination before
the county court was 2 o'clock.
Doputy Sheriff Cooper arrested Hen
ry L. Haukoy of Lewisburg tind
brought him before the court.
After examination by Dr. Henderson
Chas. Brldger was committed to the
aylum. Facts drawn out show excess
Ive use of intoxlcaute, makes violent
threats and is destructive at times.
A German farmer of Lewisburg was
examined by Drs. Richardson and
Smith. He suffered from an Injury to
his head several years ago. His wife
and daughters left him soveral weeks
ago. He Is 63 years old and answered
all Questions very coherently.. His
w fe Is seeking a divorce. He has had
some family trouble but to all appear
ances is perfectly sane. Tho examina
tion contiuues as we go to press.
Street Flooded. Court street from
C lurch east Is covered with a foot ir
tuoro of water. Church street and the
west end of Willson avouue, are a'to
oivored with water.;
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BURROUGHS) State Street.
Is experienced when you get your teeth exfar act eJ filled by
TYR TONTRIS as he uses the Hale method, bold or ror
?eSnCe?owek:dh All kinds of plate work done. Bndge
work and fine gold fillings a specialty.
Over Gray Bros,
NOW HERE More Coming
Th? Neufcsl. Most Attractive
WM"MCM . . L,. hl H nennvB worth, as we can please
Bee our Mammoth btooK ----;-
youbestof alI,andcausurey,g--(jKS & SALJSBU KX.
. - , .rnl STABLES
;WILlvAIVi-E'i- - k ri d bv day or week
Completed and ready to wait on customer,. Hs -y to
at reasonable prion. "p''tbe finest Stallions in mis """Mjj & C0.
nn?" d5"2 fhJ Sk south of pctofflee. K
THE OLD RELIABLE
NORTH :SALEM MEAT MARKET,
J. H. ALLEN, Prop.
Tb very beet of meata at all times,
nd top best or service.
Leave. BoUe dock &ZttiSS&
and Fridays TM a. au, arrivlnc w"
1:30p.m. ... j... TuuliTi,
RETURNING. T?1 Vti.au
Thursdays and iWrday-at a. .
ftut time for la-eniM erv n0 wy
lanainKfrelcbt b ndieo. one war.
ROUND 1WP (unlimited) fUO. One way,
-MEALS OO OBNT-
Prineir" o"" j M. MARTin,
ir.wlinYW. ... . nminf.
K. u. boisaw, j ,u LugBr.
W. V. "'"11. u
Washington, Nov. 29. The post
master general's uunual report shows
that the deficiency for the year which
onilntl Jimo 30. 1893. was $5,177,171 In-
w ..- - v -
stead of $1,552,423 as estimated Dy
Wanamaker. tlustead of a surplus
there will bo a deficit of $7,830,000 for
the current year. It is estimated the
gross revenue for the year ending June
30. 1894. will he $84,427,748; and ox
pundltures $90,499,485. There are 010
free delivery offlees. It suggests mat
postal notes beabolished and .becbsrgf
for money orders reduced. The re
quirements of the railway mall service
will call for an increase or six i rovuu
thousand men. It recommends an ap
propriallou to provide for the widows
and orphans of railway mall cierns
killed on duty. The department last
year carried 301,003,000 pounds of seo
oud-class matter, an Increase of 14 per
cent. The Columbian postage stamp
Is only one million dollars Instead oi
two and a half millions as estimated by
the mess aci a.
The cabinet meeting was a long one,
lasting about three hours. The presi
dent's message was tne main suujeci
under discussion. The president ex.
pects to have his message ready to send
In by Monday noon. It is expected to
be a lengthy document.
Taooma.Nov. 29 -Statistical records
furnished bytbe expert Vlotor H.Beck
nun of the Puget Sound Lumberman
show if lumber Is placed on the free
list and the present duty of 12.50 per
thousand feot Is cut off, the lumber In
dustry on the Pacific coast states rep-
7i naniral of flftv millions will
suller because of the cheap Chinese and
Kanaka miw mill laoor oi mu.nu
n..i..n.i.i. ln that the facinouow
lumberman In the United States re
gardless of affiliation generally -
the placing of lumber on the free list.
Washinoton, Nov. 29.-The ways
and means comuilt.ee will today -de-vote
Its attention to the Internal reve.
uue schedule of the new tariff system.
" ...... i..i..n tax nuestlon Is
TUB. " r. ' r Tnd It Is now possible
tho tax may oe in - - - -
character as to nc uue '-"-"
of incomes of p -.T'a.
over. The RepuDi.cau, -..,
preparing for a vigorous uSuv
uew tariff bill.
Chatham, Mass.. Nov. 29 -A three
masted schoouerls ashore here. Great
eas are breaking over her. There la no
trace of there crew.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Uti ssl Art
r frelsbt rate, and 'U apply
rWriUt Oo., Uola bUek.
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BOOK AND JOB
Job Eros. Indicted.
riMivAi.ua. Or.. Nov. 29. The
grand jury of Lincoln county today In
dieted ZephinJoh, B. R. Job, ajid M.
M. Davis, for larceny of publlo funds,
D-wls was manager of the . YaqulBa
Onv bank, a branch' of the Hamilton,'
Job &. Co.. bankiatCorvalllsunU atJJia
time of suspension had on deposit one
thousand dollars of Lincoln county
funds which It failed to return on de
Por the Midwinter.
Poutland, Nov. 29. The committee
engaged In securing subscriptions for
the Mldwiuter fair fund, are meeting
with much encouragement, Contribu
tions are readily coming In from all
parts of the state.
All the streams are badly swollen and
The river stands at 10 feet aud is ris
Tho Altona brought down a raft for
the Capital Lumber Co.
The car tracks are badly Inundated
In several places.
The low ground between Lincoln and
Yew Turks Is nearly covered with water
and many sm ll bridges are carried
rrk.n i vtpr all the whv from Sa
lem to Turner, the railroad track In
many places being barely above It.
The Elwood will bo up this evening.
At the rate the river Is rising the
Oregun City locks will close tonight or
timorrow, when tho 17 feet swgo is
Three bracelets owned by Queen Vic
toria contain pictures of 83 of her grand
children. ., ii i.n .nmnoMT.nlthonah 80 years
of age, s'penus two hours every day after
dinner horseback riding.
Among the aenatOM who nnconditlon
.Unsurrendered i Mr. Faulkner of West
Virginia. The lady Is a charming West
Virginian, and the marriage U set for
When the cssr goc on 'oc tt vUit "
that to Denmark, abont 800 large trunks
go with him, and one of the largest U
filled with presents, which be dlstrib--
with treat liberality.
The Iter. Dr McOlynn.whoisinNew
York, is in hotter lieaiiu man w
STATE HOUSE NOTES.
All tho. state house offices will be
closed on the 30th.
State Treasurer Metsohan will take
Thanksgiving at home. He Is tclad to
take a rest.
Governor Pennoyer Is still under the
weather some. He goes to Portland
today as usual and will celebrate with
hkfawllv. He Mid: "I had & good
Thanksgiving turfcey oa The Thanks-
giving .aay. tiuny ump ov n cuii;bu
tomorrow. If tho news comes from
the Sandwich Islands that the queen
Is restored all of Cleveland's friends
will want to eatturkoy buzzard."
Private Secretary Munly will take
bis turkey with the babies, and Mrs.
State Bupt. MoElroy will go to Junc
tion Cityon Thanksgiving day.
Chief Justice Lord aud Judge Bean
of the supreme court will Keopttieday
at borne with tbelr families. Judge
Moore and family are Invited out.
aUIUA I lift?
U U HI I H L'wTniik. ? 0ved for yeara. Every time be appears
SSltW on the street he is fy regea uy
.ttjiftUlU iiiwr-rr-".. - . , tlV luuu.
I u u Mood M
I to much i
.ulJti. . . .. . t 1- l.1U.tii
'AZ'HJM Late pictnrt-s oi -ii- r-r-Z
111 n that a broaa 1-r.mu .--- -
tru. o?8A'?lrr.r;7 .tate occasions.
WffHSfiatlS according to MaUbele etiquette.
tmtororar--ir . tTnr Tlionchere
SSSSSWS 3fc1EEEI SU .mal MoO,000 a
KSffiSer-" Vear. He is a ood slorr teUer ana -
tttui eowv 'r.-uw Cavu. 1
XZXrZZT .year. B.to.f0oa T" .
' -juniiifATi.,i'j ' w wmuo;0 u rrrrc.n. k.j ciiBMisr&co.,Toiea
Fine hens at $3.25 per dozen. Call
at once, Davison's market 01 Court St.
The Council Deadlock.
The city council has been nt a dead
lock a number or times In the past fow
months, Mayor Catch being under the
painful nocossltyof casting the deciding
vote on more than one disagreeable oc
casion. Among other propositions on
which the council is a tie Is the bond
ing of outstanding warrants. Tho city
council meets again tonight to act If a
quorum can bo obtained. Mayor Gatch
wr mn todav and says he is In favor
of funding all warrants outstanding In
February last when the charter wont
Into effect, except such as were Issued
for street improvement that are as
sewed to abutting property. He thinks
it would be a measure of economy to do
w, but does not believe that warrants
other than those drawn on tho general
fund should be Included in tho funding
ordinance. He has been misrepresent
ed as to his posltioii on this and Is
ready to signs proper funding ordi
nance whenever It Is passed. This It Is
understood Is the record he and his
friends are willing to make and stand
Finn hens at 13.21 twr d ten. Ca'l at
once at Davison's market, t4 Court St.
Htata of Ohio
r I. T l,..i.u ntilaa Mill that lie
Is the senior partner of the firm of V. J.
Cheney &va., aoing ouimc iu ...
city of Toledo, couniy and alate afore
wild, and that said firm will nay the
urn of one hundred dollars for each
and every case of catarrn iimi oanuoi,
scored by the use of Hair Catarrh
Cure. . v"i .""St .
Sworn to berore m arm iuwhik
In my preaenr. this Oth day of Decem
ber, A. D., 183, ....,
' -, A. HV. Ufcwui
Bkai. Notary Public
Hall'" Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
nd acta directly on the blood and nur
coos autoes to ibo system. 8nd for
Utiunniimim, . t.i
K.J OllBMKVl., iweuu, vuiw.
Salkk Kindkroartkn. There are
now forty children enronen at miss
Ballou'a kindergarten and tho Interest
In the w-nk M growing. After lunch
and games each child got a clay pipe
and put In half an hour blowing soap
bubbles. The helpers now are Mrs.
Watson, Mrs. Ogle, Mlui Parmenter,
Miss Conover aud Miss McKlnnle.
Mrs. P. 8. Knight, assisted by MUa
Ballou, conducts tho training class.
To tchers, students and children do the
work together, Mrs. E. B. Pbllbrook
has charge of the olawes In drawing.
Tho day before Thanksgiving waa spout
In drawing a mammoth colored circle
to show tho helpfulness of co-operation
when little hands work together.
I hero will be no kindergarten or moth
era' class this week.
Gen. Rdsk'b Hamts. Friends of
the late General Rusk, Harrison's seo
rvtnrv nf sericulture, desire correction
i statement published Iu a Salem paper,
to the effect that uncle "Jerry- wouiu
have lived longer If his habits had been
hotter. Tho Milwaukee Sentinel of re
cent date said: "The generala correet
habits of lire are serving him well now,
his physicians say. He has never used
any liquor of any kind, has never used
tobacco nor drank tea or coffee. His
complexion, aa all who knew him w,ell
reaaember, was as clear and fresh aa an
Infant's and this severe llne found
him with bis vitality unimpaired."
That Is a. well known faot of history.
Too Muchly Mabrikd. Deputy
Sberin W. B. Bradford.or Washington
county today brought Mr. uKur, a
photographor from Hlllsboio, to serve
two years in the penitentiary fir pofy
gamy. He had a wife In Washington,
who came down to Hlllsboro aud dis
turbed bis domestic felicity In a man
ner that has brought about tub un
pleasantness. Mr. Bak?r will now have
bis plcturo taken free if charge.
A Haity Man.-W. A. Temple
tou, of Meeker & Co's hop House, left
this morning for a Thanksgiving fami
ly reunion at his farm home near tiai
sey. He closed up aeais tne past ween
for 1600 bales of hops, and expecuto
enjoy his turkey with an unusual relish,
lo, City or Toledo ss
Cheney makes oath that I
am TCrrijii. Tub Journal was In
nrror when It stated that tho callous of
Republicans that nominated Wm. Eng
land foroounollman In the second ward
hpld at the offloe of S. T. Richard
son. It should have road Dr. Rlohard-
Old ano Young. All like a fine
ilnll. It is an eternal source of huppl
ness In the house. For this reason Os-
burn's Racket Store has Just Imported
tho crandoat shipment ever brought
west. Don't fall to let tne iitue iota
TifiMlfWlIVINfJ OmKRVAHCJi All
banks and public office will be closed
tomorrow, and nearly all place oi
huilneaa will be clooed In the aiteruoon.
Many will oloee at 10 a. m., lo glvo op
portunity for a'tendlng services.
Hbavy Rains. They will come In
Oregon at this eeason, aud Ifyoubavo
no umbrella you are sure to nave a wet
nr.t nil over vou. The largest variety
and the best orlcea now to be had at
Otburn's Roket Store.
Pbnbionbhs. Ono applicant for a
pension was examlnet today before-the
Baletn board, coinposea oi urn. uym,
If Auicuiknr tk Hkee HKle KO
Iuk t lirnumti KrM.
Tito Harding Xttat.
I'ettllon of Agnea Harding, widow of
B. Harding aud administratrix of lib
estate, to be appointed guardian oi
Werllu and Clara Harding, her child
ren, minors, In order tooommeuoe a
suit against E. J. Harding. Ordor
tde granting petition by W. O. Hub.
bard, county Judgf, nov, s.
lIrI, SeawlMjr A MUclwll
awl all ttoer maki-H
Ht cHt rlce. Krnme Mroi.
neadquartfra for all dally ,pPoir- al
J. L. Bsniwtl'a post tfflce block news
Rsyally Liberal Efforts of the 8le
Bunt. Anderson aud the nriuelpala
and tear-hern of the Salem school, un
der him have collected a royal' Thanks
giving day collection for tu poor or
needy of this city. Every child thte
morning took his gin to the BCbooJa
aud there are several dray loads at the
East school alone.
The city board of oharltlea bus cbsrg
of tho collection and its distribution.
A city headquarters has boeu opened
next door to the First National bank,
and all the pooplo or Salem, whether
they have uieaua or not will have a
good dinner tomorrow for the asking.
There aie live nles. ohlokons and
other "game," clothlu, groceries, mat,
matches, shoes, uuderolothlng. ueo,
W, Johnson, the clothier, and others
have placed firewood at the disposal of
Call on W. L. Wadebr J. B. 8turap,
at the Btore room next door to the First
National bank, or let them know and
all who are In ueed will be liberally
supplied by delivery wagons.
Report the nedy to the above named,
gentlemen and leave nene to suffer.
Sugar has gone down another half
cent, aud now If you want some order
at once. Clark k Epp'ey, Court etreet.
Overcoat at cost at tue"Woo!ea Mill
J. G. Wrleht has the genuine BwMa
cheese, fresh oranges, lomous, cranber
ries, raisins, nuts, and all seasonaDM
areyllng nt Davison's market. 2t
Tho New York Racket has a full line
of underwear which thoy oiler at unus
ually low prices. Beo what they nave
before buying. 2d Iw
Now.- Matkl ltoshej were nevaraold
at cheap is at Osburn'a Racket Store
NOW Is the time to get one,
Davison's tuurket has the fiaest
dressed turkeys In town. Bee his dis
play before buying.
Oregon people are now eating Iowa
eggs. This is a slam on Oregon bans.
A reform b needed. Albany Dnwerat.
It Is not a slam on the bens. We aa a
friend or tho hen. It Is a lam on U
people or Oregon that they do not kp
better hens, more hens, and take better
care or their hens.
Ban Fkakoisoo, Nov. 29. Wheat,
CiHOAao.Nov. 29-Cash, 82;May 08,
Pobtland, Nov. 20. Wheat fall.
.05; Walla Walla f.85.
knowing that good healtk (
cannot exist wuuuui.
hooltby'LIvor. When the
Liver la torpid tho Bow
els nro sluggish and con
stipated, tlio food Hen
in tuo Btoinacn unu-
gestod, poisoning th
lood; froauont hcadaht
ensues; a tooling of lai-
tudo, despondency and
nervouBiiess indicate how
the vholo system k d
ranged, Sinimona Liver
Kegulator haa bea tlt
means of restoring mo
people to lioalUi awl
happiness by glviRg tJw
healthy liver tJiaa y
agency Known on www.
It acts with extraor- ,
dinary power and et&cacy.
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