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SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER la, Jfc94.
Has ,just received from St. Louis, a full line of
the Brown Shoo Company's Stnr 5 Star Boots and
Shoes of all qualities and sizes, all better grades war
ranted, quality equal to any in the city. Also fine fur
and wool hats for men, youths and children. The
prices will surprise you. Umbrellas of good quality
and prices low. Underwear of all kinds, all wool,
inixod and merino, for men, women and children
Cottonade pants, shirts of all kindp, overalls, jackets,
wool and cotton hosiery, for all ages and sizes; rib
bons, uces, lace curtains, embroideries, bed spreads,
and notions of all kinds, all sold at Backet prices.
Our stock of undorwear is unsurpassed in all wool
and wool mixed goods. It is very little trouble to
call and see, and you can save 15 to 25 per cent in
383 COMMERCIAL ST.
Port Arthur Was Taken Very
MOST DISASTROUS BLOW TO CHINA
Japanese legation Thinks This
tho Worst of All.
Underwear and Kacket Store Goods at Eacket
Store prices. New goods arriving all tho time.
PHccb alwavs tho lowest.
KJnion Bargain Store,
LIME, CEMENT, SAND,
B.nd All Butilding Material.
London, Nov. 12. A dispatch from
Shanghai says the Japanese captured
Purt Arthur yesterday morning after a
feeble realatance by the Chinese. Port
Arthur wa? bombarded previous to the
surrender. Tho Chinese laid down
their arms and yielded themselves up.
The Chinese commanding officers
abandoned Port Arthur thoulghtof
November 0. It Is Reported that the
representatives of tho foreign powers
will start for Peklu Immediately.
Washington, Nov. 12. The Japan
ese legation baa not received up to
noon today, any official confirmation
of tho capture of Port Arthur. Tiio
legation people say, however, that If
Port Arthur has fallen. It will bo the
most disastrous blow that China has
(JO TO 1't.KIN.
London, Nov. 12. The correspon
dent of tne Chronicle at Rome tele
graphs that he has been assured that
Italy has told tho powers they ought
to allow tho Japanese to occupy Pekin
before there la any mediation between
Alhany,Nov. 12. Governor Flower,
Senator Hill, Senator Murphy and sev
eral of the local Democratic leaders had
a conference at the executive inuuslou
yesterday, beginning In tho afternoon
and lasting until night. 'The subject of
their discussion was tho point raised
by Hill's managers in he late cam
paign, regarding the effect of the re
vised constitution upon the legislature
of 1805. None of the participants in
the conference would couseut to talk
about it, but it was hinted that the
right of tho now legislature to make
lawB would be tested very early In the
new year. The constitution, which
will go Into effect January 1, says tho
flOOntYl tr mill siMiolaf nf 1 fcCl tttnmKnivi
and that there shall be SO senators. It
contains noiuing, mo democrats say,
that will make it poeslblelffbr the 128
assemblymen elected this Mali and tho
32 senators who wero elected last fall
to perform any of tho dutlc'lof a legls-
A W SILVEU PARTY.
Movement fo Consolidate for a
pondence on the subject. I bavej no
doubt, however, that there will be a
conference of leading men from ail
sections, who are opposed to tho gold
policy of Ihe Republican party and
Cleveland Democracy, and these men
will act together.
LOXG-IIAHIEI), W1IJ) ANAI1CIIBT.
Gov. Wnilo Itoasted by Mt'inbers
ol His Own Party.
lature next year.
Associated Press News Stolen by
CAUGHT IN A VERY NEAT TRAP,
95 STATE ST,
tbe WiIIain?fle Hotel.
JvJSAUXNO WOTKTv OF THIS CITY.
W lleUmt ruhw, Munugeinant llbem', KleolrJu cars leave hotel fur ull pub
Hffl i buildings und polntH orliiturwit, tywulnl ,riM will ho given to perni'ineiit
A, I, WAGNEK,
irdwaro, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGWCUrruWATv lMHUfiMWNTS,
W, Cor. 6UU nd Uljerly l- 8AlfM 0N
IERRY & CO.
" 'i v.r.'i.r." '.".:.:.
UIKl lyOoaiiiK. nvirwi
Jiiffiiiiif ifimfi'MfJ' AWMmUof ,UAi WojJc iiontly iloim
r I JuimjI. Hnliini, Orwwu (Urrn)mmw mmuii.
NO nIwuJiI li wvll iluim ur not t all. Poor
work b dnHrft miy njm. t H you want to
Ul J! 1 Hbl rti'iii of
UJIUJlUJIIIJ U JJUIIHOUUIW.
Ill" l4, -
ED FRONT LIVERY STABLE.
VVAI.MNO A WK KKV
I 'iM'lv tit HvlMH Mini JiUgK
Gone to Now England.
Wabhinoton, Nov. 12. Chairman
W. L. Wilson stopped over In Wash
ington today and left tonight for Now
England, whore he will deliver 'tlfr'tC
lectures. He denied n published re
port that he was to succeed Attorney
General Ulnoy In the cabinet. He said:
"Nothing has been said to mo on the
subject, nor Is thoro likely to be, for
Attornoy.Oonoral Olrey Is abetter at
torney general than I would be,"
Lincoln for Sonator.
Cjiioa'IO, Nov. 12. Tho Times will
say today At the proper time and ut
the proiier place a senatorial boom will
be started for Robert Lincoln, which,
by tliOHo Intnrestud In the proposed
coup d'etat Is expected to land tho sou
of Abraham 1 Inooln lu the United
Htules senate as the successor of Senator
Will Visit IiiBinarcK.
Munich, Nov, lii. A Havarlau
slad'smaii, who talked with C'huncellor
HoIiuiiIoIiii during his visit here, says
that the prince will visit itlsuiarcksoon
with the emitoror'u upnroval, and will
seek JJImimrii' mlvlw upon all Impor-
Jii'iiAJi J'lCrtrn.Niiv, J'.',-A illsimtuli
from iirutif. iiohenils. ways that twenty
troii wne klllml III ail vxiimIju ut
h luiiiii'ry, unr iiihi pmw cxiuy,
TItoy Tuko tho Unit niul Convict
New Yohk, Nov. 12. The New
York Press says that for some time the
Associated Press has been confident
that tho United Press was stealing
their news. In order to prove the
truth of the supposition the following
nnlilpirriun ivnu aunt .ml .tlMnlltmo nf
the tributary state of Nt-'J-,;1lBahQ.
their , ruIeV, Siht Eltilspueht." Sure
enough, the dlsputch appeared in tho
United Press papors the next mornlug,
showing how readily the bait had been
The United Press has appropriated
Its rival's "news" and that troaclierous
Itsjah, not content with his mission to
"plont a moral and adorn u tale,"
placed together the letters of his mystic
name In such a way that reading back
ward they recite the fact Indisputable,
"The U. P. state this,"
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 12. For tho
first time since the war ceased to exer
cise an Inlluonco over Teuuetseo poli
tics, this state hriB chosen a Republican
to occupy tho executive chair. At
(east, tno returns unon tbelr fMcff Indl.
cato tho election of H. Clay Evans, the
liepubllcan candidate, by u mu irlly
under 1000, but It Is yet doubtful If Mr.
Evans will ever secure tho seat, since,
If a contest is made, of which there am
strong Indication, the matter will bo
tnrown Into the general aesembly,
which, In both branches, Is Democratic.
The success of Evans upon tho fuco of
the returns Is now admitted at Demo
oratlo headquarters, though olllcial re
turns aro still lacking ffom four
DYING OK a III El'.
Himc-N, 8. D., Nov. 12. Reports
from Redfield say Judge Isaao Howe,
tho defeated Populist candidate for
governor, Is gradually falling. Physi
cians bavo abandoned all hope of his
recovery, and death is expected any
moment. The defeat of hlmsolfand
tho Populist ticket, together with other
exertions In the camnAlun. are assluuid
as the direct cause of his Illness.
l-Ol'ULIST IN NKIIHA8ICA.
Omaha, Nov. 12.-Comnleto olllcial
trotilrilS BliWTinr election of Judco
Holcomb, fuslonlst, for governor, by
3000 plurullty.over Majors, Republican.
Tho friends of the latter have decided
not to contest tho election.
Galveston, Nov. 12. Lato returns
suow the Domocrallo congresulonal
candidates aro still In tho lead In every
district, except the 12th, where the
election of Noouau, Republican, Is con-ceded.
THE BONDS WILL ISSUE.
$50,000,000 More Debt For Uncle
Sum to Carry.
New Yohk, Nov. 1. It Is Rtated
confidentially lu Wall street to lay that
a government bond Issue has been
agreed upon. Secretary Carlisle, so
the story goes, was Infottued Saturday
night ol tho president's arrangement to
that tflifct with th New Yorh Imnkor.
To await congressional action ho thinks
would Involyo too muoli delay, with
out any cuarautee of favorable results
New Yohk, Nov. 12. John A
Stowart, president ot the United States
lrust company who visited Pi-mM!
Ulovolaud In Washington last week,
says the bond issue of JoO.OOO.OOO will
be made, probably within three days.
Will Mnkfl Terms of Peaco far
China and Japan.
STEAMSHIP ST. LOUIS LAUNCHEO.
Mrs. C.'ovolana Breaks tho Cham,
pngno Over Her Bow.
JUDGE BREWER'S DECISION.
It Is Against the Maximum Rate
Law of Nebraska.
Omaha, Nov. 12. Justloe Rrewer's
deolslon on thoNebraska maximum law
was filed this morning. Ho holds tho
law to be constitutional but the Injunc
tion to provont It being put Into opera
tlou Is sustained by him on the grouud
that tho reduction in rates was pi.
This law was passed bv tho leclala-
ture of 1803, reducing freight rates
materially. Tho railroads Insisted that
It meant the confiscation of their prop
erty, and It was suspended ponding a
"An old m
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JfuHiiliiil Uy Um Uy, Wk r MwnUi.
M I .Inliibluiul llllii MU( NlllfKlNi ' ' AJWWI
Ah ihwn Hnviummt- C;lllbrl larw.to ul
win 4i yuur
on Ik Uyr
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lkWt in 1MM, ur in JW4w
u,i uUmJry brmUwui Uu-
i v f.-fimagw Hit irflr.
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Oiijoa'JO, Nov, 12, Hundreds of
men, women and children, wiio wore
passengers on a special train of ten cars
on the Chicago h Northern Puclllo
road, en route for Waldheiiri (emeterv
yesterday afternoon to attend the an
archist memorial services, experienced
a very narrow escape from serious In.
Jury unci probably death by the derail
ing of the engine ami one coach,
The engine left the track ut Cruwford
street, run into un open switch, ami
was followed by ihu forumoit ouijh,
The punttngdr wero thrown from
their Hfuls unit u m'oiiu of wild (ufu
Ion followed, The slnpplliK of Ihu
truln, liowuvtTi put u lop to tht puulu,
A swllulilimii ut Ihu VM Kurtlutli'
ll'0t Jgiiiitlnii uuiuimI Ihu wreck liy
mli)aung u kwlluli.
)Mo Unr At Moscow.
MomoiW. Nov. IK The Ininerlal
pmly, wllli Ihu hody f AlutwUr III,
urilvtd here yflurilsy in lypluul Mm.
ww wcNllier. Thu ky wu dull, liiu
lliKmioiiuiler wunulxml tf rimm Muw
Die trmUtit Kiiil,uui u iiiirlli wind
hluw frluhlfu y IhfmiH iiiut Ihu iluy.
'JVu ioiiuiii niuM wurIM ull niulit a.
Hlll)ll III llrtfl'llIK uf Him nil, Hill)
nioie limn hi imii m uniiu;ii in
llttVlliU Willi MMbhlrHUUfS hu Mmiu
Hi ihu uli wlilwli lliu niy wus lu hum.
Tliuy loxi M '"ili- f i'vwnii.
HuhutviM, Muv t, yl S'Mtim,
II, Li y. in Tliu Difi twiun m
Him iww ifjiubji wwuwhj'u tmm
Iiiikmi mu HI YWW- UH Wilt
piliiHl lIiuJ (ht)v witt uuly uijh
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lllll nil ia rra'm w I'luiuwi'iii
HukiJ unit hu W llsfunlril, liy at v
elidi)t JdtwwJ Ut Miwfi UuUiliijj
lutl iiiinilwi Im Hm vtrtiuluii ut
p-vfylhtatf 4i Ut ymHiiif hIII
Ittri mm uuw uiHHif ii
Mm U I
um kmmUmI Ik ! twit uf
aoiNO rou waitk.
Chioaoo, Nov. 12. A special to thu
Tribune from Denver says: Governor
Wnlto received a dressing down In his
own executive chamber last night by
conservutlvo men of his party, Neurly
all the candidates on tho Populist state
ticket wero present and eaoli one in
turn sailed Into the old man rough
shod, Each man declared himself u
true believer In thu party principles,
but (hut henceforth lie wu tiled to hear
no more from tho man fur whom (hey
werusttorlllcod, Lufo J'oiiee, congress
man from thu first dlslrlol, wan the
principal speaker, ilodonouiicid (he
governor and his following in un
ini'usured (eniis, telling lllm to get
himself nil' in thu wllilurneys us noon
u m.bu ufler January I, uud Ilium
bury lilnisulfffoirntlght of inun, Ho
"Wu wunt no more JonK-liulfi.il,
wllduyLd unuruhlslu und mlalUU In
(Im parly, und Ihu nulokur vou and
your nllloivgruhhlng friend luku your
MilviNitwuy (hit heller you will hu
WWW WA'UOrMi t'AMY,
VAnmn(lHU,tiY, Vi -Tha unll'
Imrnniiunllyuriiurly ilidunnlnud unon
UMIIJUlIN KllMIIMlUllUllOUOnU hiiImi
Imbtm Ihh. it wuvuvvijuuiiimuijit")
iihiii by ihu iruhlvn( und jiiuiniur ut
Uvitml Ynmt Hfhmtl nniiuhl.
nifiulllu luttfiiu,! fpwjivi m imi
wwk wllli liifiirinsllun on ih witium
inuvifUWHi tut Iheellvur nuriv. (iurilmi
i!lnik, uhiii kvurniury of ihu ij-iv,
y ma iaiinuni Hum Iwiwr It
(unhully mrtal. 'i'liu nmlliiH will
liu huhl ut un if.ilv flulv. IJIsik uv.
hiillhu lime wild tl' hiiviy mil fom
Aw In I iv ilclu lit ui Ihu iiiuvviiiuiii
uitib it im inoniH), ih m i
im, liiuullytif iMifiy will undunuituiiv
tin tuitiihl Uy Uitf Ihim ut tiiuitm,
HvllkM MU rM, ut MmN'Ih. jMld. 'J
!iyv m iHluiwumi ivti'Htn iu
Jl ll.l.ufrf i'rMi.l ll&Llii ll, i..l..
Worden Will Impllcato Others.
Woodland, Cal. Nov. 12 When
scon In his coll .Wordeu appeared not
unwilling totulkaud frankly confessod.
"Yes, I urn gulltv but thero are
others oven guiltier than I am. I sup-pooXwllUiayo-to
hang. Btrong hoe
dono all ho could for mo but has failed.
Othora who woro doepor in tho con-
splruoy than I was, all combined
against mo. Woll, I shall not hang
alone, you can depond on that. 1 am
going to tell thu whole truth abiut
this aHalr and when it Is ull known a
great many pooplo will bo surprised.
Thero uro rnoro men Implicated lu this
crlmo than has yet been Indicted for It.
i'liey promised to help me, but failed
at the last moment. Well, I shall not
hang nlonu,'' Whon pressed for par
ticulars, Worden declined to glvu any
speciuo mimes and facts now, but
promised to make n full uud complete
statement In tho near future,
New York PJgures,
Nkw Yohk, Nov, 12. -Of ull ihu
candidates at thu election of November
(llh, who have thus far filed their ex-
mm uccounls, Win, Hohmer, Turn
nmny's nominee (r sherlll, spent (he
most money, It cost Mr. Holnnur
H J 080 to ho defeated, Of this umoiint
hu (.pent tl,8IO Tor lithographs uud
printing! for stationery, ulerk hlru uud
iilrouluis, lo.aoiij Tuuiuiuny hull got
UJ,000j H.OW went for poalnguj fur
IwMieru und Ju(er wrilliitf hu spent
J,201 lor udvurlUliiK In purlmlhuils
fOJUi for cub hlru 2flj ror lulogruui.
75) for uxjireosuga Wi mr fm P uud
for wugoua uud ilrlvois (W,
Huow n iiiifiiift,
J'onr Wavww, iud., Nov. n -Thm
was u Mir snow ulorm vtulunluv nu.
twuun J'Jymmilli uud ilvuriwul, whluli
wus Moiiouuiied (hu lliuvlust (hut uvur
full In indluuu (hlauurly In lliu sumwii,
uw hvHun fullliiK uhout a u. in,, und
uoDllhuud unlll 8 p, in. Thu fall
uvursuwl ffimi (. IH iMlm, Rail
rnuila wum hluukailuil, an 'J ul nuu ilmv
liumt I'liuliiMfi ami Ihruu flu trains
Wabhinoton. Wnv. iorT,iir
day tbo Japaneso had not accepted tho
oiler of the Uulted slates to act u a
mediator In the wnr hBiro t
and China. A cable from the Japanwe
authorities was received this morning
asking for moro explicit details. A
lengthy answer was sunt. 0ii
only tho desired details, but addln
pvu. U1UU H 18 Deneved win sbow
tho Japanese government tho deslra.
olllty of tho arrangement.
China has already formally notified
Secretary Gresham that she will lorn
Japan In acknowledging tho ludepen
donee of Corea and will also pay a cash
ludemnlty. Tho amount sho will pay
has not been specified.
'I ho Bfc. Louis Launched.
Philadelphia. p.i tj.. m
Shortly after 12 o'clook thomagnltlcent
steamship St. Louis, of tbe American
lino, was successfully launched at
Cramp-a ship yards. The aflair was
witnessed by fully 60,000 people. Mrs.
Cleveland, wife of the president, broke
a hottlo of American chaupag e on the
bow of tho noblo ships It glided down
tho ways, at tho name tlm iitu,in
tho werds: "I christen thn m T.ni i
A toast to President Cleveland wan
drank w 1th choqrs.and he made a folio.
Itous response, alludlutr to th trt i.
hud takon lu restoring American com
merce ana tho upbuilding of the navy.
AN ATTEMPTED MUKDER.
A Lebanon Hop Grower Sobbed ,
Beaten and Thrown into a Caaal.
Aliianv, Or., Nov. 12 -(Special)
News of uu attempted murder at Leb
anon havo Just been received liara.
Joseph Iluhle, a hop raiser, of that
place, won returning from his hop
ranch, about 7 o'clock last night, and
as ho was crossing the bridge over a
canal In tho outskirts of tho town, un
known parties struck him over the
neud with a olub or sandbag, and
robbed hi in of 9216 and threw hie body
Into tho canal. Cold water revived
him and ho managed toget.outand was
helped home. A pomho scoured the
vicinity until luto at night but found
uo truce of assiuwiiia,
Against tbe Xu,
t'jTTOIIIHa, Nov, J2.-Jutlo Dh
of thu fupruutu court, today bnM
down uu opinion In (he case of John
Hyaong ut ul, yu, uoliool district of
rjullutlusbnrough on u uppeal from
Judge Jlarker, who refused u Jnunc.
Hon to prevent thu nuna from teaehlnv
lu thu publlu scliwils drtwkod In (lielr
nnlur. JllfetliM JJwiii uflirma Judtfa
01'MlilnK TJiy hmUA
Miun unr, luv, kuY,U lhUi
Uvm Juauual lliu 'juuriuriuf liKaiitfnf
otolhliM Dilaym Unity umI wullJ fur
(ham lv ; Mill in Una uJliaur mill)!)
ilivllrai man vhu wlnil ihuiwin
inil huIImI un Ilia uUm in UnuW lii
I hair iianda ihay tltiimi iw run am)
ihv uilitwia hiwl, hilling una imn.
WMUi-iling iiwn iiiwHall
VUm Vgf Vonltmyt,
im An , No. ;a.-jM.jg j, q,
Huwua, olltt Of (hu nifwt Dromluaut of
umw mWmim, wm jailed Ui fit.
ivun nuya for wwntin ny judge Hmh
lhvmht rufiiMid to nruothw Ijefmu
Hoot I ; (ha iiourt heard of it uud uaut
lr tlia Mliuruv uud llnwj IiImi, a
iiy ftiiundiiiK wm mimM to Iw
niuband lliat lliu ulMr linked mofa
llliu Ilia vyuroiaa of jwwr IIibij JmXN,
tlvriviimii wnrvmwl i; ilia mri
ami hj wm at uuiia ilnad.
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