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THE GOLDEN R
a There is one store in Salem
JgP cloing a cash business, We
have one rule for everybody
and i-iake no exceptions, The
MMr York Racket does not allow goods to
be taken from the store until fully paid for,
Tf ti irnd in the same condition as when
purchased we cheerfully refund money for
t nvthinp- bought of us, Deing:
! business on this plan
give you better values man "Wp"
Grand Silver Picnic
; Friday and Saturday, July 31
and August 1,
Old Fashioned Barbae.
Two oxen, several sheep and hogs will be served free
in the best of style.
Good Camping Grounds.
Half fare on the U. C.& E. K. II. Speeches bv some of the bet orators in the west.
Ineluiilne Ex-Governor Pennoyer, of Portland; Hon. J. I). Waldo, ol Macleay, Hon. E.
Hofcr, ol Salemj Hon. Y. J, D'Arcy, of Salem; Hon. C. B. Montague, of Lebanon; Hon.
Silver Tongue Sml'h, of Linn; Hon, M. A. Miller, of Lebanen: Hon. I. J, Whitney, of AN
ny; Hon W. K. Ullyeu, of Albany; Hon. II. F. Romp, of Albany; Hon. T. I. Mnclary,
of Gitti, and meny others. Good music by a first-clais baud and choir Everybody are in-
tun tocome ana camp Willi us, and enjoy a
.Ettcuthe Com-J. P. Queener, John Haley, G.
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
A IratnlnfT crlinnl fnr lmarm Cnti .
ricnologjr, and general and special methods; twenty weeks of teaching in training depart
BKnti lialninr ftrlinnl nf ntn frriir1a uitlli ivan tiiinrlrft rlittrtrn. Ucmilflr nnrnial rnuricft
of Arte yean fjie Normal Diploma is recognited by law as a state life certificate to teach.
Ujht expenses. Board at Normal Dining nail J1.5B per week. Furnished roows with
"t nU fire, 75c to'$i per week. Board nnd lodging in private families $2.50 to $3.50 per
k. Tuitien: Sub. Normal $5 per term ol ten weeks' normal, I6.35 per term of ten
VCtkS. Grades frnm rfnulnhli cihnnt firntrH Pntfilncriif rhrrrulltp fiirnlklied on innlU
0 w , P. L. CAMPBELL, President.
' W. A. WANN, Sec. of Faculty. 7 7 tf
UWNjMOWERS .. ..,
hay KAKES, ljrJtX.A.Y
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware,
rttawrA .T. .
- anuNKLERS, CSivJlVl,
The Willamette Hotel.
ii !l!f''!f,M' Muu,Cement Jloeral. Electric cars leave bo.cl tor all publlcjibulldlngs
""" "'.interest. Special rates' will be given to permanent patrons.
. C.fH'XNSEN,' M ANA'GER. "
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'lorsejtit&L &thfaction guaranteed.
we can a
Grand good time.
HENRY LYONS, President of the Day.
TOHN HALEY. Chief Marshal.
S. Stnyton, S. W, Mitchell, S. A. Landls.
wlinllv nrnfocclnnfll . Tnn(u lvtba tl
and AXLE GREASE
OF THE CITY.U
A. "I. WAGNER,
StabU back of Stale Iniurance block
Great Damage to Crops and
COAL MiNERS DROWNED.
Standing Grain in Western States
FnTsuuna,Ju1y 28. The full extent
of tile datnago wrought In last night's
huiilcanc and oleetriclal storm was
nut known until daylight when wreck
and rulri were apparent on nil sides.
Steeples were blown from churches,
nnd adjoining buildings crushed,
houses unroofed, trees broken off or
torn up by roots and great havoc was
caused by the heavy fall or rain. Sum
med up at nine o'clock tills morning,
with many outlying districts to hear
from, the lesult was two lives lost,
tlilrty-slx Injured, somo fatally, nnd
much property damaged. A "9100,000.
boarding house, near Washington
county, was washed away and the oc
cupants, llftccn coal miners were
IOWA, NKHRASKA AND DAKOTA.
Sioux City, July 28. Fuller re
ports of yesterday's storm have been
coming In. Tho loss Is Incstlmablo
all over Northwestern Iowa, North
eastern Nebraska and Southwestern
South Dakota. From Movlllc, with
an area extending ono mile south,
three en.st, sixteen west and eight
north, of town, standing grain every
where suffered from five to ten bushels
to the acre, and In many cases was
Iu the town Itself, many buildings
were Injured and wirccly a whole
pane of glass remained.
In Plymouth county, Great Frc
donla, Meadow, Elgin and Preston
townships unstained the greatest loss.
Hoots were beaten through by tho
force of the hall, considerable stock
waVklllcd and the giouud literally
strewn with dead hogs and poultry.
Tho heaviest loss was t6 corn, which
was beaten completely to pieces.
In Sioux City, tho loss Is heavy,
and many buildings havo been mined
Tho estimated damage Is 9200,000.
Chioauo, July 28. A- series of tidal
waves along tho western shore of tho
lake today caused tho water to rlso
over three feet abqvo the normal water
mark. The first nnd highest wave
was at G;30 A.M., nnd from that time
until 10 o'clock there was a succession
of ebbs and flows that wcro about an
Berlin, July 28. A dlspacth to
the Kolnlsho Zeltung from Warsaw
says that several arrests havo been
made there of persons who were found
to bo connected with an Impending
Polish revolutionary movemont. Tho
movement Is of serious character.
Cairo, 111., July 28. I. N. Coffee,
tho president of the state board of
pharmacy, was stabbed with a dagger
and killed at 12 o'clock last night by
W. H. Smith Dead.
Chicago, July 27. -William Henry
Smith, late general manager of the
Associated Press, died at Lake Forest,
111., this morning.
Dubuque, Iowa, July 27. A llrecc
rain storm swept this section last
night aud considerable damage Is re
ported. Shops Burned.
Belfast, July 28, norland &
Wolff's and Workman's Si Clark's
shipbuilding shops havo been almost
whied out by fire. Tho yards alone
were damaged to the extent of 1000,
000. Children Cry for
' Vessel Identified.
j I'hiladlli'hia, July 23. lnforum-
, tlou received from Stanley under date
' .if Tit n nMM'in tnn1iidt vim' flint, Mm
ship which foundered ofT thatslocallty
May 14 last was tho Philadelphia clip
per, City of Philadelphia, and that
Captain Johnson, his wife and family,
onopasyjngcr and a crew numbering
In all 20 men, perished. The nrllclcs
saved by the salvers havo Ihhmi de
ad Ibcd minutely, nnd havo Ikvu recog
nised by the shippers us tho Identical
goods shipped to San Francisco Jy tho
City of Philadelphia, Milch inariV sail
from Sandy Hook early on Februarys.
London, July 28. The juiy In the
Jatucso:), South Atrlcan case, has
round till of thcdofcndautH guilty of
violating tho foreign enlistment
act. Dr. Jameson was sentenced 15
months Imprisonment without labor,
Major John Wllloughby ten months,
Major Whlto seven months, Captain
Henry F. Coventry, Colonol IB. Grey
and Colonel II. F. Whlto live months.
To Prevent Bonds Until After, Election.
New Yonif, July 28. A committee
of seven, appointed at a recent meet
ing of the exchange bankers, tode
vlso means for tho prevention of gold
exports dining tho next ninety days,
today presented n complete report to
tho full body at a meeting In the of
fices of J. P. Morgan & Company.
Delay in Payment.
London, July 2". A Cunca dis
patch to the Times says that tho
Cretan assembly has voted a delay In
payment of three, months, and that
the government has sanctioned the
Rhodes Will Talk.!
London, July 28. Tho Dally Nqws
says that It hears that Ccdl Hhodes
Intends, at the earliest posslblo oppor
tunity, to attend tho parllnientry
commlttco which Is to Investigate the
Jameson raid nnd to fully disclose all
ho knows about the. raid. '"
The Tailors Strike.
Nkw.Yokic, July 23.-Tho lattst
acquisition to the ranks of tho strik
ing coutnmlccrs are C00O overcoat aud
uckmakurs, who quit work today.
This force will be authorized on Wed
nesday by an assembly of 5000 jacket-
makers, and will, In all probability,
bo followed by -lOOO knec-pentsmakers,
Qoes to Supreme Court.
San Fuancisco, July 28. Tho case
of Tlicodoro Durrant, convicted of
murdering Blancho Lamont, wont to
tho supremo court today. .
About That Calliope
Editok Jeuknal: Since tho edi
tor of tho Statesman Is anxious to
know why E. Hofer didn't taken
calllopo to St. Louis to mako himsolf
heard, It might bo well to remind the
roseate youth that ho evidently had
no uso for ono. Hofcr seems to havo
mado his presence known without a
musical instrument, slnco ho was
selected as national committeeman
Furthermore if he uad wanted a
musical Instrument, ho would not
havo followed Mr. Irvine's "sound
money" Ideas of buying one on tho
Installment plan nnd failed to pay
tho monthly $10. To your suggestion
that tills financial seer, who Is secre
tary of tho Worklngmen's Republi
can club, that ho tell "the boys" how
to beat his houso painter and how
to beat an expressman, might be
added the adyico how to secure a
musical Instrument and beat tho
dealer out of his pay. But In tho last
case, no doubt tho piano man has a
Hen, and can realize on short notice.
People who are so keen for muslo
should pay tho Fiddlku.
Insane. Mrs. Mary Berry,.wlfo of
John Berry, of Coos county, aged 54
years, was today committed to tho asy
lum. Are You Tired
All the time? This condition it a sure Indies,
tlon that your blood it not rich and nourlihlng
as it ought to be and at it may be if you will
take a few bottles of the great blood purifier
Ilood't Sanaparilla. Thoutaud'i write that
lfood'tSartaparillahai cured them of that
tired fcelinc by giving them rich blood.
Hood'i 1111 act eajlly and promptly on the
liver and boweli. Cure ick headache.
Children Cry for
Silver Committee to Notify
Bryan and Sewall.
AT BALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
Tennessee Populists Want Watson
to Stand Put.
Nasmvillb, July 28. The Populist
state convention mot this afternoon.
J. II. McDowell was elected temporary
chairman. Ho said: "Wo havo nomi
nated tho great Tom Watson of
Georgia, and wo lira not going to
draw hlmoff under an J circumstances.
I stand here Instructed by Senator
Butler, to 'tell you this. I have In
structions from our national chair
man to toll you what to do In regard
to tho election. When tho electoral
collcgo meets, Micro will be a hundred
Populists present, and they will say
"we will havo a vice president, or you
will not elect Bryan."
Indianapolis, July 28. Ex-Con-grcssman
Bynum, who is, a member of
tho sub-commlttco of tho solind money
Democrats, which Is arranging for a
national convention to nominate a
sound money ticket, Bald todny that
Uftccn states have nlrcady Indicated
that they will bo represented at the
meeting in this city on August 7th.
Washington, July 28. Senator
Pettlgrcw, of South Dakota, who fol
lowed Senator Toller In his bolt from
tho Republican convention at St.
Louis, has resigned us a member of
tho Republican congressional commit
tee. Pop Speakers,
St. Louis,July 27. Among tho
speakers who will tnko tho Btiimp for
tho populist ticket will bo Senator
Butler and ex-Chairman Taubcncck,
E. V. Debs, Robert Schilling, of Mil
waukee; Senator Allen, of Nebraska,
Sonntor Poffcr, Mrs. Roberts.'of Geor
gia, and many others, Including Coxey
nnd Carl Brown.
Governor Holcomb Speaks.
Lincoln Neb. July 28. Governor
Holcomb said today that ho believed
Bryan would accopt tho Populist nom
ination. In Nebraska, tho governor
said, tliero would certainly boa fusion
and tho fuslonlsts would carry tho
New York Democrats.
New Yonic, July 28. Tho Demo
cratic state convention will bo called
to meet at Buffalo, September flth. It
Is stated that Senator Hill now favors
Iho nomination of a third ticket.
Tammany will probably endorse
Bryan and Sewall.
Notify Uryan and Sewall.
New Yomc.July 28. W.P. St.John,
treasurer of tho national silver party,
returned today from the St. Louli
convention. Ho salt:
"Tho national sliver party has ac
cepted un Invitation from Baltimore
merchants to notify Bryan and Sewall
la the city of Baltimore. Tho notifi
cation will bo mado about 14 days
aftortho Democratic notification In
New York. Tho placd of headquart
ers will bo determined by Senator
Jones, chairman of tho Democratic
notional commlttco. It looks now as
though wo would select Washington,
Whatever ho does will bo followed by
tho silver party.
"Instate and munclpal affairs tho
national sliver party will not move.
This will leave tho Republicans to
vote their own state ticket, but the
uatlonal sllyerparty will havo a con
gressional candidate In every' district
where the Democratic nomlnco favors
the gold standard."
AN OREGON CHICKEN.
Dlscusaes Possibilities of Orcon Poultry '
While working among chickens I
saw a group In ono corner of the
chicken yard discussing eomo subject.
I of course, thought thoy had taken
tip the money, question, but upon a
closer investigation I found that thoy
had tears In tholr eyes, lamenting
because they were coimldorcd scrub
stock In San Francisco market, white
their eastern cousin Is much moto
pioferrcd on account or using n larger
Cr.e old rou.-tter said, tint us far as
cllinato was concerned Oregon was
good enough fur any fowl and ho dltl
not seo why Mr. Jfttruidr did nut ntlso
a larger variety of chickens, for It Is
disgusting to a chicken when lie
starts put to malkot to havo tho buy
ers point him out mid say ho Is not
largo enough, and v. ill only command
a scrub price.
An old lieu was heard to
say that It they would place
eggs of a larger variety of chick
ens under her sho could just as well
raise tho largest kind as tho "scrubs"
Now then Mr. Farmor sco to It that
you Improvo your stock with a largor
bird got plenty of tnem In the coun
try nnd tho buyors will be hero with
the cash for them. Ono old lion said
that there was a buyer from San
Francisco hero tho Ilrst of the week
who would take us for what wo are
worth and buy next year If Mr. Far
mor will let us mother hens ralso
bettor chlckons and pay according to
There Is no reason why Oregon can
not sell San Francisco tt part of tho
poultry used there.
Farmers think this out for your
selves, If tho largor chicken has tho
preference, which It has, let us ralso
An Interested Ouskhveh.
Poultry For 'Frisco, Why can
not tho Wlllamotto Valley Btipply to
a great extent tho Frisco' market
with poultry nnd eggs. Wo havo tho
climate and soil conducive to success
ful chicken raising and tho old Ore
gonlans 6iiy that our cllmato from
October until May Is especially adapt
able to tho raising of ducks. Tho
only reason glvon by tho San Fran
Cisco dealers for not purchasing Ore-
gon poultry is our chlckons are
classed ns'scrubs" nbt"DcTng as largo
and well developed as thoso to bo ob
tained In tho eastern markets. Now
wo should show tho California pcoplo
that Oregon is well adapted to tho
raising of choice poultry by allowing
our "scrub" stock to gradually
disappear meantime, devoting our
uttcntlon to tho raising of a
larger and more productive bird.
It will pay our readers interested In
this question to read tho article from
'Observer" published In another
column. II, H, Sattlcr, a commission
moichuntof Sun Francisco was In the
city yesterday looking up tho poultry
business in this part of tho state. Mr.
Sattlcr In speaking with n representa
tive of the Journal stated that ho
was much surprised that with tho
excellent cllmato and soil In Oregon
for poultry raising, wo did not
produco a better supply. It Is posslblo
that Salem may bo mado a regular
shipping point for poultry and that a
car load may bo shipped at tegular
Weddino To-Niqut. At tho homo
of tho brldo'H sister, Chan, Cos
per, this ovonlng will bo per
formed tho marrltigo of Miss Ellen
Gluggctt to Frank A. Welch, both of
Chas. Blrd,ot Manuel, hud a serious
accident tho other day. A chisel fell
from tho second story of a now build
ing on which ho was at work. Tho
chlse.1 struck hlmcndwlso between tho
shoulders and passing straight down
ward, pierced tho cavity. Tho wound
Is a very ugly ono owing to Its location
and had tho chisel struck him on tho
Hpino It would, no doubt, havo killed
him Instantly. The chisel was U Inch
and mado a wound three Inches deep.
J. II. Shearer, of Wasco county la
probaply the only wool growor In the
udrthwest who ships his own product
dlrct lo Eastern buyors, Mr. Shearer
has his own baler, prepares his clip
for ulupinent at his ranches oh Dcs j
Highest of all In Leavening
HOLD-UP II A GULCH
Race War In Florida Results
in Six Killed.
AMERICAN -WINS THE
Lost Vessel Identified-r Nevada
Wichita, ICan., July 28.-In a
lonely gulch several miles west or the
village of Lacoy, In tho northern part
of Oklahoma territory, the regular
mall stngo was held Up by s bwl of
outlaws, who rilled tho express and
mall sacks, taking all tho registered
lottors ttnd all tho valuables carried
by tho two passongers In the coach.
There Is llttlo doubt that tho robbory
was tho work of tho reorganized gang
of Bill Doolln, tho condemned mur
derer nnd outlaw who escaped from
Jnll at Guthno Bovoral weeks ago with
a dozen desperadoes and robbers. A
big force of United States marshals
has been In pursuit of' tho outlaws
over slnco tholr escape.
. Raco War.
Jasper, Flu., July 28. It Is re
ported a raco war has occurred about
15 miles cast of horo, In which six
men wore killed and 6cvcn seriously
Injured.. Tho tragedy Is said to havo
taken place at Haggard's turpentine
still, whore many negroes are em
ployed. It Is said tho colored men
gavo a party and whilo In progress a
number of whlto men intruded asd
tho Bllootlng resulted.
London, July 28. Walter Wlnans,
an Amorlcan pistol shot, won the first
prlsse-ln-tha-firsti second and third
sorlca of revolvor competitions here,
the scores bolng 30, 42, 38. Wlnans
lias won In all 12 Ilrst nnd thrcq eeo
ond prizes ut tho Blsloy revolver com
potltlon,and has also won tho revolver
championship. The prizes mentioned
wcro won with a military ruyolver.
Wlnans also won the Ilrst prizes In
tho ilrst, second, third and fifth series
competitions with any revolver, the
scores bolng 38, 41, 30 and -12. Ho also
won all tho aggregate prizes.
Nevada Sheriff Killed.
NEVADA,Cal.,July 28,-Shcrlff David
Douglass went out yesterday In search
for a highway robber. Not returning,
and his horsoand buggy bolng found
tied up half amllo from the town this
morning, a searching party went out.
Tho flhorlff and robber wore both found
dead about a mllo from town and only
a few feot from each other.
Five chambers wcro empty In tho
sheriff's revolver and ho was Bhot
through tho heart. Tho highwayman
was also shot thrco tlmes,through tho
heart, In tho abdomen and In tho hi? i
The robber hud u rlflo but It did not
appear to havo been used. It Is
thought Douglass was killed by n pal
of tho dead robber.
Two Lives Saved,
Mrs. Phoubo Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by hor doctors sho
had Consumption and that there was
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr
King's Now Discovery completely
cured hor and she Bays It saved her
life, Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida
street. San Praticlsco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, upproachlng consump
tion, tried without result everything
olso then bought ono bottlo of Dr.
King's Now Discovery and In two
weeks was cured. Ho is naturally
thankful. It Is such results, of which
these are samples, that prove the
wonderful etllcacv of this medicine In
Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles
at Fred P. Lcgg's drugstore. Regular
slzo Wc and $1.
Fovrerv - J - atwt U. S. Gov't Rush.