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$.00 a Year.
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filiation lu fcnloin nml a hii.hi
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SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY L8, 1894.
Several large invoices of Goods just received at
The NewYork Racket
Eapidly in the hands ot our satisfied customers. You
can't afford to miss the bargains we are offering in all lines.
Croquet Sets! All Values!
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Made by the Oregon State School for the Rlind. Baby Car
riages, new line, from 7 00 in values.
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WE HAVE NO BARGAINS !
NO RATE !
But sell now as we have always done at the lowest
CARPETS and FURNITURE, sure to please
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H I NOW
I- 18 1 1 TO I Plants.
8 I UllU I spraying now. We have cheap, ef
fective spray pumps for all uses.
Call and see them. CHURCHILL & BURROUGHS,
103 State street
$1G SPBING SUITS made
ing and Repairing.
F. W. SETTLEMIER1 UeTlWKJuTN ICfiQ f 225 Acres; 3.000,000
J. H. SETTLEMIKR LOMUIJIOUIjU 1UW.
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Have the largest and most complete assortment of
FRUIT and SHADE TREES,
SHRUBS, CLIMBING PLANTS, Etc.,
On the North Pacific Coast.
U5 differeut varieties of Apples, 1G7 of Rosas and othor stock4
in proportion. Send for Catalogue.
J. H. Settlemier L Son,
is the time to look after your
Nearly everything needs
Suits Made to Order.
to order. Also Cleaning, Dye
30S COMMERCIAL STREET.
Trees; 1,000,000 Plants.
the siur d:rous coal miners
Strikers Attack the Deputies and
CONFERANCB COMMITTEES AT WORK.
The Trouble at Cripple Creek
Scottdale, Penn., May 2S. Three
Hungarian strikers proceeded to get
through the lines of deputies at the
Meher Coko works at 11 o'clock last
night and Geo. B. Keller, chief watch
man, attempted to arrest them. One
shot Kefll-r iu the breast, lullictlug
probably fatal wounds. The Hungar
ians lied, and as they rau, Keller raised
himself trom the ground and tired six
shots. Blood along the road indicated
that the phots took eltect.
The body of an unknown man, sup
posed to be Deputy Woolmau, was
found at Fayette Creek yesterday. His
head and face were battered out of
8'mblauce to human features, and the
clothing nearly stripped ofl his body.
CuiPPiiE Creek, May 28. Despite
the eirorts at arbitration the strikers
have not abated their preperatious for
warfare, defensive or aggressive. Three
new forts sprung up on Bull Hill.
The four forts are said to be occupied
by 1,000 men. They are provisioned
and prepared for a siege in every vay
except a large supply ot water. A
troop of cavalry has been orgauized.
The Troops Recalled
Denver, May 27. At 5 o'clock Sun
day morning Gov. Waite recalled his
order for the troops to start for Cripple
Creek. He passed the night consider
ing tho various phases of the situation,
aud decided the law should take Iib
course. The troops are, however, held
in readiness to move at an hour's
Pomeroy, Ohio, May 28. At 8 a. "to
a steamboat load of miners passed
down the river to move on Senator L,
Camden's works at Spallman, W. Va,
They will be reinforced by land forces,
The miners are not armed, and propose
to camp at the mouth of the mine uo
til it Is shut down.
Cripple Creek. Col., May 28. The
deputies have moved up to the Mid
land, the present terminus of the Mid
land terminal, where they have gone
into camp. The union has appointed
a committee to go to Colorado Springs
and confer with the mine owners In
regard to arbitration.
To Move Trains.
Minonk, Ills., May 28. Col. Duncan
with four companies of militia, arrived
here today to move the Illinois Central
trains, that have been delayed by
Biidgo Gives W.iy.
North Yakima, Wash., May 28.
A fatal accident occurred on the North
ern Pacific, near Lappenlsh station, 18
miles east of North Yakima.at an early
"5fam- , ,m. .
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Bold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to bo taken dry or made into a tea.
Tho King of liver Medtclnei.
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lator aud can coacleaelouly aajr It l
king of all liver inltclnw. I cnnjjder It
millelneehet lo Juelf.-Oro. W. Jacjc
ton, Taooroa, WaJhlngton.
Ku th Z BUmp U rd cm wrap
hour Sunday morning, as the result of
the prevailing flood. An East-bound
freight went through a bridge, crossing
a slough, burying Fireman Ed. Morrell
beneath the wreck. Engineer Charh a
Wirth, of EUensburg, jumped as the
engine was going down.
Portland's High Water.
Portland, Or., May 28. The Wll-
lametlo river rose one foot last night by
back-water from the Columbia, and
Front street is flooded from Washing
ton to Vino street. A further rise of
one foot will bring the water up to the
record mark of June, 1870. A1 vices
from the upper Columbia region today,
say the river is falling. Cooler temper
ature prevails, but the indications are
that it is only for a short time.
The Union Pacific trains are delayed
by a washout on the North Powder,
while the Northern Pacific is experi
encing great trouble at Kalama.
CLEVELAND AND GRESHAM.
Both aro Censured for Not Being at
Washington, D.O., May 28. Presi
dent Cleveland and Secretary Gresh
ham are being criticised by public men
of all parties because of their absence
on a Ashing trip when important ques
tions affecting the foreign relations of
this country are under consideration at
the state department.
The action of the British iu Blueflelds
and the conduct of the Nlcaraguan gov
ernment are matters of very great im
portance at this time, and the state de
partment is recelvlmr dispatches fre
quently on the subject, and Secretary
Gresh am and the president are absent
and have been for a week, out of reach
of the telegraph, aud will probably be
away for nearly another week.
The Samoan question Is also one of
supreme Importance at this time.
Developments are dally expected in
Hawaiian matters, but there is no one
now In Washington authorized by the
administration to pass upon these ques
tions. United Presbyterian Assembly.
Albany, Or., May 28. In the
United Presbyterian assembly today,
Saturday's unfinished business was
taken up and the reports adopted with
slight amendments. A resolution on
the financial distress and the protec
tion of the American industries was
taken from the table and referred to
the committee on reform.
Against the Bonds.
Washington, D. C. May 28. Rep
resentative Bailey, of Texas, will again
forward hla resolution, approved by a
majority of the judiciary committee,
denying Secretary Carlisle's right to
issue bonds to meet current expenses, if
another bond issue Ib determined upon.
Indianapolis, Ind., May 28, The
jury returned a verdict of guilty iu tho
case against Percival B. Collin, Francis
A. Collin and Albert 8. Reed for
wrecking the Indianapolis national
bank. The defendants have moved
for a new trial.
Stopping Goal Shipmont.
Brazil, Ind.-, May 28. Three hun
dred miners at Fontanel, on the Big
Four, stop every freight, examine each
car, to see if coal is being transported.
They have ten carloads of coal side
tracked and guarded.
Mothers' Meeting. There will be
a mothers' meeting held In the W. C.
T. U. rooms, on Court street, torn mor
row afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. Subject
'Consecration." All mothers are In
vited to attend. Please bring your
Bible with you.
Holverson & Co. Are giving lady
customers each a fragrant Jasmine bud.
Laces in profusion.
Cancelled The Democratic meet
ings to have been held at Brooks and
Gervals on May 30th, have been de
Of all practical men of whom America
Is justly proud no one holds a Higher
place than the late Cyrcus W. Field.
His sou shows that he has inherited
the shrewd common sense of the man
who laid the Atlunllc cable. He writes;
8 Kast Jrn street,
New York, May 8, 1883,
Several times this winter I have u of
fered from wsvere cold on my lungs.
Each time I have applied Allcock's
Porous Planters, and lu every iustauce
I have beeu quickly relieved by apply
ing one acrrwH rny client and one on my
back. My friends, through my advice,
have tried the experiment and also
found it most succesful. I feel that I
can recommend them most highly to
any who may see fit to try them.
' Cyrus W. Field. Jr.
Brandreth.s Pills are the best medi
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Contain! no Ammonia or Alius.
Ed. 8. Judd, of Aumevtlle, was in
the city today.
Hear Thos. Tongue at Salem next
Rev. G. W. Graunls went to Port
laud this morning.
Ex-Goveruor Chodwlck went to
Portland this morning.
Prof. W. S. Arnold went to Portland
today ou his way home to Seattle.
Hon. Geo. E. Chamberlain camo
down from Albany this afternoon.
Deputy Sheriff Cooper went to Wood
burn this morning.
J. W. Lyons, of the Garden Road,
went to Portland today.
G. V. Bois, the Woodburn hardware
man, was iu the city over Sunday.
Judge W. P. Lord went down to
Portland this afternoon.
Hous. Lark Bllyeu and S. H.
Friendly came down from Eugene ou
the afternoon train.
Travelling Secretary J. A. Dummott
of tho Y. M. C. A., was a Salem visitor
Rev. J. C. Templeton aHd wlfo are
attending the Cumberland Presbyter
ian synod at Woodburn.
Mrs. J. M. Brown, of Heppuer, is
visiting at the Parvlu home until after
Sustain good order and honest
management of public taxoa by elect
lug John Knight sherlfl.
Dr. aud Mrs. Bunn camo down this
afternoon from a short visit on the
MissMollIeCreightou, tho eftlcient
registry clerk of our post ofllce, is ou
the sick list for n few days.
State Treasurer Phil Metschau, Slots
Supt. E. B. McElroy, and Gen, B. H.
Compson, came up from Portland this
Mrs. J. H. McAfee, of Portland,
who came down to attend the funeral
of her mother, Mrs. Frauds, returned
E. Hofer, who is taking part as Re
publican candidate for representative
on the county ticket, spent Sunday
with his family.
Rev. J. W. Latighlin, of St. Louis,
Mo., who occupied the Cumberland
Presbyterlun ohurch Sunday, went to
tho Bynod at Woodburn today.
Mrs. T. R. Sheridan, of Roseburg,
spent Sunday in the city visiting
friends, and her two daughters, who
are attending school in the city.
Miss EllaCurrln, of North Salem, re
turned to her school at Oregon City to
day. She Is a daughter of L. T. Mars,
who recently moved to this city.
Mrs. A. 8. Rlcho and Mrs. Green
wald,of Plttsburg,Pa., arrived in Salem
this morning and are the guests of
Hjn. E. B. McElroy, state superin
tendent of schools.
Hon. John Mlnto returned from
Clatsop county Sunday, where ho went
to bury tho remains of his father-In-liw.
Mrs. Mlnto has beeu III for a few
weeks but is better.
State Printer Frank Baker came up
from Portland Sunday. He reports
Republican success ussured In that
county with possibly one or two excep
tions on the county ticket.
W. W. Alderson, of Bozeman,
Mont., was In the city Saturday on
his return from the Midwinter falr.und
visited his brother, after not having
seen him for about forty years.
J. M. Wallace and Mrs, R. S. Wal
lace this morning accompanied a num
ber of the U. P. delegates to Albany
the train. Including Dr. and Mrs.
Rankin, Dr. and Mrs. Dun. Rev. and
Mrs. Morrow, W. P. Loyo and W. P.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Love, with two
children, from Coin, Iowa, and W. P.
Morrison, of College Springs, Iowa, are
guests of J. A. Van Eaton and family,
while attending the Presbyterian gen
eral assembly at Albany. Mr. Love Is
a brother of Mrs. Van Eaton, and Mr.
Morrison is an old friend of the family.
EVERY LADY CUSTOMER-Wlll
be presented with a JASMINE BUD,
from the GULF. Holverson &, Co.
The Price Baking Powder company
present an attractive advertisement to
day, occnpylng the entire third page of
this paper, reciting a great and worthy
triumph of a celebrated household ne
cessity. See next issue,
Miss Bell Is looking, Addle. Yes,
Laura. Why, only a year ago her face
uu AmnLtultf rvwftrMl ulth nlfnrilfl-
blotched and sore. She told mother
that the owed her nice, clear complex
ion to uer uaiug ouipuur juiiunj. wen,
Laura, I shall try them too.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
The Journal Represen
tative at Macleay.
SCORES A PRGTBNT10US REFORMER.
To tho Satisfaction of an Im
THE MAN WHO BETRAYS HIS PARTY,
Anil Hits lletraypil tho IVonlo nf
An Immense crowd of people wit
nessed with eminent satisfaction am'
frequent bursts of applausn tho excorlit
tlon of the political nml olllclul record
or Governor Peunoyer at Macleay on
Friday afternoon. Tho Republican am'
Democratic candidates were both there
that day aud several of tho speaker
yielded their time to Mr. Hofor to en.
ab'e him to reply to tho governor uf
Ladies and Gentlkmkn: Qovur
nor Pennoyer, in his speech at
this place deyoted a good deal of his
time- to mo, aud I am told he Is seeking
to defeat my election to tho leulslature
I am sure ho would not depart from hit
usual custom nnd single me out for at
tack, If as editor of Tin: Jouknai. I
had never criticised his ofllclal acts.
The right of a newpapor to show ii
tho shortcomings of so pretentious u re
former und unsparing a critic of otliei
men cannot bo disputed. At the rlsl
of Incurring the further Ill-will of t
excellency, tho governor of Oregon, lei
us review together some parts of Ills
olllclul record not yet made public.
The people do not expect perfection of
any man. Governor Peunoyer wut
elected u uot a mere partisan, but us u
ohamplon of the people, and as such
he munt staud or full. The people of
this state had a right to expect thut In
matters of public economy he would
not bo guilty of the tho same ubuecs
that he had criticised lu other depart
meuts of our statu government.
They 'had a right to expect that he
would expose Jobbery and corruption
instead of standing lu with It. They
expected that ho would rebuko extrav
agance instead of increasing the
burdens of the people by enlarging his
emoluments. They expected thut he
would impose his Imperial power of
veto lu their lehalf Instead of Joining
In the scramble for spoils ofollico and
salury-grubbing at the expense of the
taxpayers. In ull thtse respects they
II ml that they have beeu disappointed
and betrayed by u pretentious reformer.
It may seem egotistic for u more
aspirant to the lower brunch of the
legislature to reply to a caudiduto foi
United States senator. But a cut may
look at a king. An editor of u Onk
Cknt Daily may review tho record of
a governor of Oregon. The humblest
Democrat or Republican may express
his opinion about the biggest dema
gog or ofllclal in the land, and I would
prefer being doorkeeper In tho hounoof
the Lord to being a omdldatu for presi
dent ou the Populist ticket. (Great
laughter.) While the governor sjwnt
considerable time in ridicule and per
sonal abuse, he never replied to it
single criticism or charge that I have
ever published against him. He could
not answer, because I have never pub
lished ought but the truth, commend
lug him wlnn lie did well, hut de
nouncing him when he did wrong,
You know it la his habit to get his
meals at the state house aud never
come down town and mingle with the
business men and cltlzensof this county
upon any occasion. He varied his cus
tom once In thu respect, when ho came
down toTHK Jouknai, ofllce to per
sonally thank us for fair treatment.
We have always prluted his speeches
and niefsagos In full.
While I was pns-eut in this hall
when tho governor spoko and was
called out to reply, 1 did not deem It
proper. There is a certain respoot duo
tho olllce of chief executive in our state
and nation, and I did uot wish to fol
low tho capricious examplo of a Pen
noyer, who has uot hesitated to insult
both Democratic aud Republican presi
dents whenever ho lias had an oppor
You will nl' recall a remarkablo scene
that transpired In Oregon, when ten
thousand Democrats sought to glvo ex
pression to their rejoicings as American
citizens ovor tho victory of their party,
aud the governor called out tho militia
to prevent their using tho state cannon
on that occasion.
Pennoyer emphatically refused to al
low a salute to bo 11 red over tho election
of n president by tho samo party that
had howled Itself hoarso over his elec
tion as governor. But tho Democrats
of Marlon county would not bo dictated
t.) by their own governor and his ruii
iliu. They captured tho cannon, llred
their miluto In honor of Cleveland
under tho state house windows, tho
great commander of the Oregoti militia
lied to Portland, where thoy seut him
tho following telegram: "Governor
Pennoyer wo have got your gun and
ire firing It over your political grave'
And u shout went up nil ovor Oregon
iu denunciation aud repudiation of his
attempted political lyrany. (Laughter
Democrats of Oregon, wo Invito you
to tho burial which will take place ou
tho first Monday lu June. (Laughter.)
Turn out to tho funeral. It Is your
funeral, uot ours. Lot us bury tho
corpse so deep that tho ugly form of
political treachory will never bo resur
Tho Democrats of Oregon are no
longer bowing down at tho feet of this
demagog. Tho Democrats of othor
stutes are not. He went to Senttlo this
spring and mude a great spoech the
night before election. Tho city went
3500 Republican. If tho result of his
speech-making tour lu this campaign
turns out no better he will nover parado
his vagaries In the senate of tho United
Tho governor iu his speech at Ma
cleay said the last legislature was uot a
corrupt ono,uud that not a single mem.
ber thoreof wus Influenced by corrupt
motives. For a purty whoso whole
stock In trude Is thu extravagance aud
corruption of that legislature, Pennoy
er takes a singular position on u Popu
list. But a man who can flatter Coxoy's
army of tramps for their votes, aud in
tho sumo breath slur the honest, virtu
ous womunhood of Oregon can do al
most anything. I hay3 always do
nounced the extruvuguj co of that leg
islature In hiring clerkL, Scores woro
employed who were not needed, Scores
were puld $.'i to V u day for tho wiiolo
session when they performed not a
week's work. I believe it Is uu abuso
that should bo abolished root and
branch. But I will not allow evon the
governor to Insult thu wmnen of Ore
gon,us Pennoyer did on tl Is Moor when
hu referred to n Imclielor senator from
Portluud us giving cliikshlps to n
doeu oi his young lady Mends, leav
ing the Inutndi that the'r relations
Thu prefonc of the women In our
legislature has a bulutiry I illiifiice,and
redeems that body from ) venerating
Into u disorderly, clgar-smkliig mob,
with their feet upon the desks. We
need thu elevating und rellnlnir In
fluence ol women In moro of our state
Institutions, but we do not iumI so
many on the pay-rolls us com iillleo
Governor Pennoyer says there was
uo corruption lu tho last legislature!
How does It happen that n member
from Eastern Oregon got a clause in
sorted that the site for the asylum to bu
located there should uot cost over Jli'v
(XX), how finally he luslsted on havl t
It located iu tho county of this mentl ,
how a political friend of the govmi "
happened to have this Iduutlotl pleen
or land worth exactly 125,000, aud how
the governor insisted ou clolng the
deal, wnun at the last moment he was
itopiMMl by an Injunction, but declared.