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THE iOT DALLY
BR Cts a Month by Watl
Prepuld in Advance
tio Papers sent -whan
Time Is out
$;. n Year.
ThnVonrnal has n Larger Clr
cutntlon In Salem and Marlon
County than nnjr Salem nnpa
lo r. See our listi. IOFKK BROS
SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, iuf&.
v xi.X i .
The NewYork Racket
Is receiving goods of different kinds, almost daily and
keep up a good line of Luces, Lace Curtains, Embroid
eries, Ribbons, Windsor Ties, Teck Ties, Veiling,
Threads, fancy Hairpins, Pocket Knives, Aprons,
Towels, Table Damask, Table Oilcloth, Curtains, La
dies' and Gents' Summ-r Vests, Gents' Pants, Negli
gee ad White Shirts.
Of excellent quality;
and our line of THE
Can't be surpassed fur
25 per cent, below tl e
on all lines.
Fishing Tackle! :-:
New lino Just received, 20 gross of eelebrabted
Just received direct from England. Cane poles 6c each. Elegant
new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble to sbow
Brooks & Salisbury.
:-: DO YOU FEEL :-:
The importance of saving a few dollars when you can ? Very
well, we can save them for you in the purchase of
k Bedroom SuiUounge
Or in fact Furniture
A, Buren & Son.,
Call and see them. CHURCHILL & B URROUGHS,
103 State street
$IG SP RING SUITS made
ing and Repairing.
F. W. PETTLEMIER1
J. H. SEITLEMIER
THE WOODBURN NURSERIES!
Have the largest and most complete assortment oi
FRUIT and SHADE TREES,
SHRUBS, CLIMBING PLANTS, Etc.,
On the North Pacific Coast.
145 different varieties of Apples, 1G7 of Roses and other stock
in proportion. Send for Catalogue. .
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J. H. Settlemier & Son,
- , Woodburn, Oregon.
cheap Underwear of all kinds,
BROWN SHOE CO Shoes of
quality and the prices are 15 to
ordinary. Call and save money
E. T. BARNES,
of any description.
300 Commercial St
NOW is the time to look after your
Plants. Nearly everything needs
spraying now. We have cheap, ef
spray pumps lor all uses
suits Made to Order.
to order. Also Cleaning, Dye
303 COMMERCIAL STREET.
225 Acres; 3.000,00)
Trees; 1,000,000 Plants
Continue to Threaten
NORTHERN PACIFIC ARMED.
Coxeyism Is on the Decline at
ANOTHHR ARMY MOVING IN OHIO.
(Jen. Kelly's Army inlowi About
HrATTSToWN, Aid., April 27. The
Coxeyltes were astir today at 0 o'clock
us usual but did not begin march until
Casky, Iowa,Aprll 27. Kelly's army
found only u solitary basket of bread
and a pound of coffee here. He win
licensed at the failure to provide food
and Issued following appeal to Mayor
Bemisat 'Omaha:. "We are euthely
surrounded by Tinkertons and rail-
oad detectives who are sparing no
p: ins to break up the movement. Send
us supplies by rail as soon as possible.
We urge you once more to stand by.ua
and hope to make Dea Moines by Suu
day. Trains Are Armed.
Tacoma, April 27. Every train on
the Northern Paclflo leaving Seattle or
Tucoma is accompanied by deputy Uni
ted States marshals, armed with revol
vers and Winchesters. The Coxeyl'es
declare they will ride over the Northern
Pacific. Marshal Drake says the men
understand that they cannot steal a
train- without serious trouble. The
Seattle army Is making no progress
whatever, being sun encamped witnin
n short distance of the city. The
Tacoma army of Ave hundred strong
will start tomorrow. It is thought that
it is the intention of both armies to
meet at Meeker Junction. A equacl of
deputy marshals Is stationed .at that
A New Artoy.
Columbus, Ohio, April 27. Calvin's
army boarded a Baltimore & Ohio
freight train, for Columbus, two miles
o it pf Washington court house, and
r de to Mount Sterliug,where the train
was sidetracked, by order of the com
pany. The men refused to get oil.
The sheriff says he will not act until
warrants are Issued.
Protecting the Treasury.
Springfield, Mass., April 27.
Major Itexford, of the United Stales
armory, has shipped to the chief of
ordinance at Washington, sixty car
bines and one hundred rifled. Ho
says he hau 200.000 rifles and a quantity
of carbines which can be snipped on
short notice. The major supposes the
arms are intended to protect ine
treasury from attack by Coxeyltes.
On the Coast.
Portland. April 27. Everything
id quiet at Trouldale today. No new
Seattle. April 27. The Seattle
contingent of the industrial army start
ed eastward todiy In a drenching ralo.
They will roach Meekers early to
morrow. Latest from Troutdale.
Portland. April 27 Tho local mix-
oil train scheduled to leave at 8 o'clock
this morning did not go out. A freight
tmln will be sent out this afternoon ao-
companied by United States Marshal
Grady and four deputies.
Pennoyer Refuses Militia.
Troutdale, Or., April 27; Every
thing was quiet here last night. Uuited
aiofoa Mnrahnl o'radv with sixteen
deputies and Sheriff Kelley with t wt-n- j
ty-four deputies arrived here, ror me
purpose of protecting property.
Tiwutdale, April 27.-(l:30 a. ra.)
T.rohal Gradv. Sheriff Kelley and
deputies left for Portland at 1a.m.,
their further presence Deiog ueemeu
Sheriff" Kelley sent the following to
Governor Pennoyer, late yesterday
I am reliably and creditably In
formed that there Is a crowd of law'e
people congregated at Troutdale, in
this county and state, which la bmu
ao'totho peace, godd order and wel
fire of the community. Property, I
am informed, Is In dancer and I make
n request of you as commander-in chief
of the militia of the state for sufficient
force to keep the peado and good order
of the state."
The governor sent the following re-
Ply: . f
"Iain in receiptor your request of
this day on me as commander-in-chief
of the militia for a sufficient force to
keep the peace and good order in this
state, simply becauaq there is a crowd
of lawless peopla congregated at TroUt
dale, vou do npt allege any actual
breach of peace. This is a civil and
not military governmeut,aud it is your
duty to exercise the civil power to quell
any disturbance when it occurs and not
t call upon the militia before It
Since the Tacoma and Seattle indus
trial army has been in preparation to
march, Governor McQraw has been
kept lu constant communication with
the authorities along the line.
Puyallup citizens asked the governor
to order out companies of the state
militia 'to be in readiness to meet tho
industrial array, but until the situation
warrants It the governor deems such
action a plain violation of the laws.
He assured the delegation today that
whenever the sheriff of Pierce county
should report that he was uuable to
maintain the law and protect the lives
and property of citizen ho would
promptly take the matter in hand and
order out tbo natioual guard. Adjutant
Ge leral O'Brien hos received from the
United States marshal at Spokane a
telegram asking that twenty-five
carbines be expressed in all haste to
equip a posso for protection against the
violation of law.
Debated in the Senate.
Washington, April 27. Senator
'Allen's Coxey resolution rnmo up. and
Alien" stated there would be no objec
tion on the Democratic side to its pas
Vest, however, opposed It. He de
o'ared the men who were marching to
Washington would bo protected in
their rights, but t'j.ey would have to
learn to abide by the laws of tho land,
a 'id If congress for an Instant com
promised with them It would open a
crevasse which would end lu a flood of
Wolcott entered a vigorous protest
ajalnst passing the resolution. It was
to bo regretted that governors of cer
tain states bad been so unwise as to
urge these men to make a descent
u ran the capitol of the United States.
His own state had the misfortune to
have one of theso governors, whose
antics had brought discredit and dia
h nor to his commonwealth and sul
lied her fair name. There was today
no man who sincerely desired to work
for the support of himself and his
fmlly who could not got work, or
bread to put into the mouths of him
self and bis little ones, until work
could be found. I believe the time hns
coma when. those of us who are In pub
lic life ought to begin to cultivate more
regard for the perpetuity of Republi
can Institutions and to' pander less to
that misled portion of the labor vote
whose labor Is with their throats and
never with tueir nanus, it is time
we stood up for American manhood,
for the . right of every man to
work, If he wants to, if it takes
the whole army of the United States to
enable him to do so. It la time wo had
courage to stand together against this
socialism, populism and paternalism
which is running riot In tlala country
and which must end In destruction of
liberties which laws give us, liberties
which should be dearer to us than life
Dolph,of Oregon, said: "No one has
denied tho right of citizens to peaceably
assemble to petition congress or to visit
the capitol. His objection .to the reso
lution laid In the fact that it was ac
companied by a lying preamble which
was in effect a censure of the author!,
ties of the District cf Columbia."
Washington, April 27, British
Minister Paunctfote, Baden Powell, the
Canadian representative and Carlisle,
coiferred again with regard to the seal
ing regulations. Canada asks more
than the U<ed States cm conceJe,
but tin negotiations are approaching a
New York, April 27. Hanry New
man & Ov)., Importers of clothing sup
plies, have raids an assignment. The
Arm U the largest In the trade and the
failure U said to Involve on? million.
Bam Jones, the revivalist, Is expected
to I present at the 0:em Park camp
meeting, tirblah la held annually at the
ocean beach at Bontb Bend, Wash,
EMPLOYMENT OR SUSTENANCE
Demand of the Michigan
PRES. HILL WANTS TO ARBITRATE.
The Coal Mining Strikes Are Still
Escanaba. Mich., April 27. Five
hundred unemployed miners are
parading the streets of Iron Mountain
today, carrying a relief fUg and de
manding food or w6rk. The mayor
will send a committee to Lansing ask
ing tho governor for help.
The Tolnca Mines.
Toluca, Ills, April 27. The miners
arrived at Toluca, at 0 a. m., with
tilare of brass bauds and a drum corps.
There were nearly 6400. Most of the
colored miners that work here, left for
other places last night, to avoid a'
skirmish. Tbo army from Streator and
Kingley arrived later. GUI, President
J. A. Crawford and Vice President
James W. Murray came In on special
train. The miners were addressed by
Gill, Crawford and Murray, who con
selled peace and urged the army to
loive, and told the Toluca miners to
d -clde for themselves whether to strike.
Fiually this was agreed on, and Devlin
at once arranged for a special train to
take the army home. It is the general
impression here that the Toluca miners
w II not return to work.
National Guard Out.
Chicago, III., April 27. The first
regiment 'Illinois Nattonul Guard has
been orderd to hold Itself in readiness
to maroh to Toluca, tbo scone of the
Hill Wanta Arbitration.
St. Paul, April 17.,-Contrary to
exudations, tho Great Northern offi
cials were again in conference with a
committee of tho American railway
union today. Both sides expressed
themselves rlrmly opposed to yielding
anything, the men demanding the old
wage schedule, and Hill asking for
arbitration. At eight o'clook the com
pany started a train for Great Falls.
All Called Ont.
Minneapolis, MIod., April 27.
Tho American Railway Union this
afternoon called out all men In the em
ploy of the Great Northern in the twin
St. Cloud, Minn,, April 27. The
Great Northern's attempt to send
freight West, has been abandoned.
Must Maintain a Quorum.
Wabuintgon, April 27 Democratic
senate leaders realize the time is ap
proaching when it will be necessary for
them to maintain a quorum with but
little assistance from the Republicans,
and have reinforced the ofHcal letter
of notification to the members sent out
by Gorman, obalrman of the Demo
cratic caucus, with personal appeals,
The Republican senators do not admit
they will resort to dilatory measures,
but say if the Democrat!) attempt to
enforce unusual hours or precipitate
a test of physical endurance, they will
resist in any way the rules may Justify.
In the house Hepburn, of Iowa, in
terposed bis dally objection to the ap
proval of the journal yesterday and
compelled a roll call which resulted in
its approval, 237 to none.
At this point became visible the first
effect of the attempt to enforce the
law of 1856 to "dock'' members absent,
except on account of sickness. Mahon,
of Pennsylvania, precipitated the mat
ter by raising to question the privi
lege and offering a resolution directing
the aergeant-at-arms to pay members
their eateries without any deductions
on account of absence unless such ab
sence Is first certified by some duly
authorized officer of the house. A point
ol order was raised by Kllgore. The
point was s'Mtalned by the speaker oa
the ground that it was a matter of law
and not under control of the hooee.
He added that he should deelisete
certify salaries unless w sabers la
formed him bow muefe salary was due
Meyer's 0 fttmb$
Washington, April 27. Beyresea
tatlve Meyer to 0oafldet bhi ee
prooaUe proposition oa the silver ques
tion will pea the house, aotwHbsiaad
log the adverse actios of the aetoaaje
oramlttee. Meyer proposes to get the
oompromke directly befeM the house
ae a subetltNte t the fres teiwige UH.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report,
Bluud says he will try to have tho com
mittee vote on the free-ooiauage bill
Thursday. Onco reported, the bill be
comes privileged. Bland sayB he does
not think tbo Meyer bill will bo ger
mane as a substitute for freo Bllver,
owing to tho bond feature.
WATTERSON AT PORTLAND.
Statos His Views on the Tariff and
Portland, April 27. Col. Watter-
son, editor of tbo Louisville Couritr
Journal was In the city last night.
Speaking of the tariff, ho said: "We
Democrats In putting tho free-trade
plank In the Chicago platform thought
we were giving to tho people wnat
they had been educated up to expect.
We still believe It. The Wilson bill
does not meet the requirements of that
plank, and is therefore wrong, it is
neither one thing nor the other. That
Is the cuuBd of trouble, aud Its authors
and supporters might havo anticipated
trouble with and to follow It. The
duty of the Demooratlo paity was plain
to follow the Hues upon which it
came Into power and work a prompt
and radical change In the revenue
system. But I fired my gun at.the
Wilbon bill January 8, and let It go at
the silver question.
Regarding Bllver he said:
"I am a blmetallst aud it Is as euch
that I have been criticising both tho
radical sllverltcs of Colorado and the
Bland measure. I have been urging
the legtlmato position of silver. The
United States cannot hope to carry the
load of silver for tho world. Bllver
will have to bo restored to tho mouejB
of the world. That Is, I think, almost
cert.iln to be done. What It wants Is
strong and Intelligent champions. Bll
ver has never had a chance."
"Tho trouble has been that Its advo
cates in several International bimetallic
conferences, while they have been
professedly lnj favbr wero seoretly
against It. Thai's the truth of the
Paris. April 27. An employe of the
French war office, named Fouan, has
beeu arrested on a ohargoof complicity
with the anarchists. In Ills desk tlm
police found inorlmluatlug letters, and
at his lodgings caps which could bo
adjusted to exploalvo bombs.
Ravages of Oholora.
Madrid, April 27. A special sani
tary Inspector, sent to Lisbon by the
Spanish government, declares tho
epidemic Is true Asiatic cholera. Two
hundred and twenty-flvo cases were
reported during tho 21 hours ending
A decree Issued by President Ploxoto,
orders payment of customs duties In
The Brazilian Insurgents, Including
Da Game, on (ho Portugese warship,
At Walla Walla, Wn N. 10. McE
roy was fatally tabbed by u man
named Insley, this morning. They
were meinbiTo of forty Immigrants,
from Ohio, ewuiiuwd north nt town
aud had a quarrel regarding cooking.
Ex Governor N. B. Berry died today
In JBrhtol, N, II,, of pneumonia nged
9). He was (he oldest ex governor In
the United Btatea.
The Democrats in the senate today
decided to accept the proposition made
by Aldrlch, to vote on the tariff bill ns
It came from the house at ii o'clock
today. Harris conferred with Demo
oratlo senators on the proposition ai d
all agrevd to allow a vote to be taken.
The dlMhargo of the old Fort Can by
lighthouse-keeper, Audersou, has
created considerable indication at
South Bend.Wasli. The old man was,
the government claimed, "offensively
partisan," when, in fact, he has rarely
voted during his long term of servlco.
Harvey Boolt Introduced Colonel
Wattcrsbu at Portland last night In a
felicitous wanner as "a resident of
Kentucky, a citlzsn of the Uuited
PACIFIC RAILROAD DEBTS.
A Plan of Adjustmont Said to Be
Boston, April 27. Tho Boston news
bureau understands from authoritative
sources that tho executive authorities
at Washington and the Union Paclflo
reorganization committees have agreed
on Attorney.Geueral Oluey's plan for
tho adjustmont of tho Union Paolflo
debt to the government. Judge Hoad
ley, as representative of tho United
States attorney-general, has been at
work upon tho details of the matter,
and on Friday Attorney-General Oluey,
It Is understood, will submit his bill
for tho adjustmont of the railroad debt
to the government to which all parties
luterested, It Is believed, will readily
couseut. It will remain with
congress to tako up the question of set
tlement at this session, aud Washing
ton advices aro to the tfffoct that under
tho leadership of tho Paclflo railroads
onuraltoo tho questlou will be taken
up aud passed, probably before the
tnrltr legislation is Mulshed. Attorney -General
Olney's bill, It Is expected, pro
vides for tho full payment of the gov
ernment debt and accrued interest.
Tho Hen will remain unchanged and
will bo Improved by the cancellation of
$7,500,000 on tho first morgago bonds of
tie railroad sinking funds In tho United
States treasury, which will reduce the
first mortgage to $20,000,000. This will
be extendedby tho railroad company
for senveuty-llvo years with an annual
sinking fund of $150,000, Tho remain
der of the Union Paolflo slnklug furd
will bo used for tho benefit
of tho property. Until 1005
tho Union Polilo will pay 2 per
cent per annum on its debt to the gov
ernment, and after 1005 It will pay
principal and intorest adjusted upon a
2 percent Interest basis by means of
100 annual payments to the govern
ment of $1,050,000 each. It Is provided
J that Iho total fixed charges of the com
pany shall not exceed $8,600,000 per
annum, To accomplish this, it ia
understood, tho reorganization com
raltteo has agreed upon 4 per cent
general mortgage bonds of absorption
of the Junior Hens of tho company, but
many of tbo prior lions will not b
interfered with. This government
settlement and reorganization of the
Union Paclflo will bo without reference
to tho Gulf, Bhort Line and Naviga
San Fhanojboo, April 27, Wheat
May $i.07j December $1.13.
OinoAao, April 27. Cash, 58J0681;
Portland, April 27. Wheat valley
83J085; Walla Walla 75 77.
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