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SALEM, OREGON JSTfrDAY, STOVEaiBER 20, 1836.
Table of Votes by Counties,
Complete Returns for Oregon
are Now In,
McKinley and Hobart Have
Than 200 Majority.
offers a line line of w best grades of clothing at very Kiw
nrlce. Child knee pants suit.' from $1.2,-1 to $3 ."
Youth' three part suits at $2.75 to $r.6.i irlving excellent
quality for the prlcrs. Mens' sultH from S3 V up to a line
clay, all wool, worsted suit In sark or frock. We will
save you money on clothing.
Our line of "Starootar" boots and shoes Is uusur
pawd In qiiafity. and all sold at low prices.
The line of cliildrens' underwear is complete, also for
men and women, all are sold at the. lowest rate of profit
from low price to better quality.
Wc have oil and duck coats, slickers, rubber coats and
mackintoshes at low prices.
Our stock of hosiery, notions, German knitting, Span
ish and Saxony yarn, Is offered at close price.
We give-bargains In all line, saying you 15 to 2Ti per
cent. Call and see
The otllcial returns for Curry county
were recolved by theSecretary of State
today. It was as follows on the high
est candidate for elector: .
Levering .' 8,
Palmer . ,
Total : 015.
Total in June 544.
The total blithest otllcial vote
for elector of eacli set of candi
dates Is as follows in tlilsstate,(seu
McKI nicy ; 48,770.
U ry a n 40.730.
McKinley plurality 2,040.
McKinley majority 144,
The vote of the state outside of
Portland gives Bryan a majority. It
is estimated that 2500 votes were cast
by repeaters In Portland alone, and
5,000 to 0,000 repeater votes may have
been cast the state over, but this is
mere guess work and can never he
The average vote cast at this elec
tion for eacli set of electors was as
McKI nley 48,089
Levering t 874
That is going on at-our store, Is the chance for you to
save money If you need anything in our line, dry
goods, clothing, hats, shoes, trunks, valises, furnish
ing goods, etc., etc.
We are having a heavy run on those chllds' "bi
metallic" suits, ranging in price from $1.50 to $4.00.
Then there Is Mm "golf combination" suit, that.
Is the wonder of the times, 1 coat, 1 cup. 2 pa I is
pants, 1 tie, 1 pair suspenders and an extra set of
buttons. They range In price from $3.50 to $5.00.
Ages from 3 years to 10 years, and all under the knlfc.
Ask to see our prizes, which you get free of
E. F. NEFF-
"The Boys' Outfitter"
!97 ommercial St, - - Salem, Or,
Total k 07,032
Total, 1892 80,544
THE JUNE VOTE, 1890.
Bean, Rep. Judge 40,451
Burnett, Dem Judge 18,023
Gaston, Peo. judge 20,135
At prices lower than ever before. Call
id examine our different lines and be con
iced, We are here to sell goods. We
not allow flnv one vo undersell us
tality and the prices we make you are
lat tells the tale, Don't be persuaded' into
lying until you have seen our line.
Remember the place,
. If. Johnson
120 STATE STREET.
The vote on candidates for congress
by districts was as follows:
Tongue. Rep , 19,355
Vunderuuig, People's. . ,, ,1.0,202
Myers, Silver Dem 7,014
Chrlstenson, Prohl :.. 1,350
Ellis, Silver Rep 12,017
Qulnn, People's 12,239
Northup, Gold Rep 8,807
Bennett, Silver Dem 7,009
McKercher, Prohl , 775
"Washington, Nov. 20 J. J. Crow
loy, supervising special agent of the
treasury department In ,bls annual
report devotes considerable attention
tosrnuggllng. Opium smuggling, the
report says, has decreased largely dur
ing the last year as a result princi
pally of thb reduction of the rate of
duty from $12 t SO per pound; 133,850
bounds of smoking opium was Import
ed at San Francisco during the year
1895, upou which $93401 was paid in
duty. Last year thei amount was
00,120 pounds, upon which a duty ag
gregating $588,750 ffti's paid.
The report shows that thero has
been a noticeable increase In the
smuggling of diamonds since tluTOuty
on precious stones was Increased by
the tariff act of 1864. JA. return to the
ruta.or doty provldefrMn the act of
2890. Mr. Crowley thinks, would-be
In favor of revenue and legitimate
Outed .From the Church.
Salt Lake City, Nov. 20. Apostle
MpseS B. Thatcher will bo declared
"Contumacious'' and dropped from the
rous or the Morinou church. This
was the day ilxcd by the church au
thorities for the trial of Mr. Thatcher
for his failure to take counsel for tak
ing part In pojltlcal matters a year
ago, when he was candidate for United
A card appeared in the Desert News
this evening, signed by the president
of the twelve apostles, to the effect
that a meeting of .(the apostle was
held and that It was unanimously de
cided that Moses Thatcher be severed
from the council ot, tho twelve apos
tles, and'that he bo doprlved bf his
apostleshlp-anfli other offices In tho
priesthood. ' T
The Official Vote for Oregon.
Electors Will Mjt at Salem
Vote for President.
Secretary of State Klriclld at 10 .
ru. today, In the presence of Governor
Lord, who superintends the count,
canvassed tlie official returns by
counties of the voto on electors In
The official vote, as canvassed and
declared, will bo found In this Issue
of The Journal In Its correct and
complete-form. -After affixing the
great seal of the state. Secretary Kin
cald directed the official count to be
tiled and a copy sent t the printer.
The four McKinley .and ilobart
electors were declared elected, and
will be notified io meet at Salem on
the second Monday In Jaunarv. thn
the day the legislature assembles to
cast the ballots of the Oregon college
for president and vice president, and
select one of their number to act ns
messcngerand carry the vote to Washington.
Horses Turned Out to Die.
A Party at Woodburn Charged With
Total both districts 80,454
Total vote for all Oregon silver can
didates for congress in June was as
Myers , 7,914
Bennett; .'.. 7,009
Average Bryan electors 40,018
The average total vote In Novem
ber over the vote in Juno Oregon was
Exceeds vote on judge 11,823
Exceeds vote on congress 7,578
The table of complete votes by
counties for all candidates for elector
appears In this issue.
Total voto on secretary of state In
1894 was as follows:
KIncald, Rep 41,125
Wakefield, Peo 25,308
McKercher, Prohl 2,108
Total average vote for electors In
1892 was as follows:
Peoples i 20,115
Total .vote 80,544
Total vote on supreme judge in
Moore, Rep 31,483
Bennett Dem 28,803
Walker Peo 12,220
Total vote 75,298
Struck by the Wave.
A Bryau man who has been hope
fully looking for the wave of confi
dence to strike him got it today.
As he was passlngalong State street
a man who was shovelling snow off a
roof dumped a large'scoopful right In
to tho back of his neck. That was
tlie genuine thing.
i i m
A Forger Returns. F. L. Leon
ard, who was discharged from the pen
about five months ago, was yesterday
returned from Wasco county Thurs
day to serve two years for forgery
Judge Caples, who had bis thumb
broken by the slamming of a car door
while coming up from Portland last
evening, returned this afternoon.
Seatle, Nqv. 20.-Charlcs Phillips
and Chris Scof't, ttVo young men un
der 20 years of age, are in Jail. Scott
Is suffering from a-1 bullet wound in
the left arm, inflicted by H. R. Bay
liss, whose residedec they were burg
larizing. For the past two weeks tlie
city has been overrun with burglars
and fifteen residences have been
looted. The young men confessed to
ohlef of pollco with the result that
the officers are 'now in, possession of
$1,500 worth of goodsr,which the- boys
counseled in a lodging house.
Washington Nov. 20. During tho
past year 5,500 Chinese persons ap
plied for admission to this country.
Of these 1,521 were in transit to other
countries; 415 were rejected, and 3,510
were admitted. The number of
Chinese arrested for violatior of the
exclusion law was 100, and the number
deported 120. Under the treaty be
tween the United States and China,
providing for the departure from and
return to this country of the Chinese
laborers, 030 laborers left the United
States and 100 returned during tlie
Brest, Nov. 20 The torpedo boats
known by the numbers 83 and 01, of
the French navy, came Into collision
during the manenvers off Cape De
La Chevre. The former boat sunk
and its crew were badly damaged and
was towed here. No 83 haa a comple
ment of sixteen men.
Tho severe weather of tho past week
has caused much suffering among
stock that Is not sheltered.
A horse has been turned out through
all the storms of the past week on the
flat just south of the A. Bush lands.
The owner is liable to prosecution un
der the Oregon law.
CASE AT WOODUURN.
Woodburn, Nov. 20, One P. White,
who keeps a hotel and livery here, was
arrested today charged with cruel and
inhuman treatment of animals- It
is charged that ho has turned horses
out on the cotnmojlS.ln the recent bad
weather without fnodTnd one has
died of starvation District Attorney
S. L. Ilayden of Salem was sent for
to prosecute the case.
Regular Schedule Will Likely Be Re
It will bo pleasing to Salemltes to
be informed that the Irregularity of
trjlps is about at an end, providing
tho snow does not further delay tho
trains. It Is probable that tho recru-
lar schedufes will bo resumed Satur
day. For several days tho Saletu
Local has been doing heavy work In
that It opeiatcsnot only as the Salem
Local but also as tho Roscburg mall.
For the past tivo days this train has
left Salem at 8 a. ni. gone to Oregon
City transfered passengers and it
turncd to Salem as tho 11 o'clock
Roseburg mail. Thence she would iu
south as lar as Etigcno transfer again
and return to Salem as tho 2:30 local.
She would continue to Oregon Clly
and transfer again, returning toSalcm
as tho 0:15 Salem local. The only
barrier to tno trains navigating
between .Salem and Portland during
tho present high water has been that
tho track just bejnw Oregon City has
beon submerged at times to n depth of
Ofect, but the big falling off or the
river has naturally caused this body
of water to likewise rail and It Is
thought trains may bo run over this
"flooded" district tomorrow.
Tho damage to the rond between
Marlon and Albany and between Corn
stock and Eugene was all repaired by
Wednesday evening but owing to the
condition of tlie road In the vicinity
or uregon uiiy, mo uiiuornlii over
lands have been traveling via tho
West Side between Albany and Port
land. Tho Salem local Wont-to Albany at
4:30 this morning but owing to extra
amount of switching, failed to roturn
to Sulem until 10 a. in. when she went
on to Oregon City. This delay natur
ally caused tho 11 o'clock local as well
as tho 2:20 local to bo about three
This will bo quite gratifying to tho
traveling public that has been so
seriously inconvenienced sinco tho
origin of the late freshet.
Shot in'the Street.
Tlie Corvallls people were treated
to tho spectacle of the killing of a
deer, on the streets the other morn
ing. The poor thing was bewildered
by tho Hoods and had been previously
wounded and yielded up its life to
pistol and rifleshots. "
The Sante Fe Case.
ToPEKA,Kans., Nov. 20. Bound by
ironclad restraining orders from both
federal and state courts, both sides to
the controversy in the Santo Fe re
ceivership case are now powerless to
move and, It Is thought,there will not
be any new developments until the
case comes up for hearing before
Judge Foster In the federal court next
Ladles' heavy sole lace shoes, the
new thlngpalso In at Krausse Bros,
Amlfly is trying to secure a flouring
mill for that place.
Seld Back says the election of Mc
Kinley is good for tho Chinese.
In tho recent county teacher's in
stitute of Yamhill county -ten teach
ers received certificates.
Now that the election has gone to
suit most sheepmen, It is quite likely
that coyote scalps will bo remone
tized. Tho woolgrowcrs of Grant county
will meet at John Day, November 23,
for tho purpose of organizing a wool
growers' association for the mutual
protection of all sheepmen.
An eel fifteen Inches long camo out
of.u water pipe In a printing office at
The Dalles the other night, and now
tho few printers in the ofllco who
have been In tho habit of drinking
water have sworn off.
An Ohio man recently wagered that
he could drink a pint of brandy and
six guises o( red whiskey in five min
utes and won the bet. The under
taker declared ho never saw a more
beautifully pickled corpse.
John Moore, of Dayton, has sold
from tho product of one vine this year
about 1,000 pounds of grapes. He re
ceived from 1 to 4 centw per ground,
t,he latter being tlie price received for
a lot sent to the coast.
An Iowa man bet $10 that he could
rido the flywheel on a sawmill. When
Ills widow paid tho bet she remarked
8ympathetlcalIy:"WllIlatu wasa good,
kind husband, but ho didn't know
much about flywheels."
D, Ahearn, Hip young man, of Port
land, who belongs to the gang of men
who have made themselves odious by
using obscens and Insulting language
to firemen and at and concerns the
fire department, was yanked In oat of
tho wet Monday night during the
progrest of tlie Alnsworth fire for
using obscene and filthy language.
Judge Sweek fined tho lad $25.
The Phones. Tlie Balem Tele
phone exchange was unusually busy
the past week and today Manager
Alice Stelner booked mora messages
than ever before. The use of the
wires seem to be growing and the ser
vice Is ery satisfactory, -
So Qoes the Game.
A fow months ago ono of our promi
nent citizens, says tho Roscburg Re
view, "just for a pasttlmo" got into
a game of cards in ono of the saloons
of this city, with professional "shuf
flers of tho cards," Ho soon got rid
of nla cash on hand, but inspired with
a desire to regain his loss with an ad
ditional inspiration by tho spirit of
old rye, ho borrowed ton dollars from
tho bar for which he gavo his note.
But that soon went and ho borrowed
ten dollars moro. That ten dollars
Soon It was discovered that tho last
ten dollar noto was not right and a
new ono was demanded tho last 810
note was crumpled up and thrown
away. But tho new noto was duly
signed and as appears without in
spection of its provisions, Our prom
inent citizen paid the twenty dollars
supposing ho had liquidated the debt.
But lo and behold, a ndte was pre
sented by ono of tho parties who tlg
flred in the transaction, for one thous
and dollars duly signed by our promi
nent citizen who Is considered "well
heeled." This noto he refused to pay
and tho matter came before 'Justice
The Justice after hearing tho testi
mony pro and con and upon tho
parties making amicable settement of
tho mutter by giving up tho ono thou
sand dollar note, to tho maker dis
missed tho case.
But by provisions of the statute of
Oregon, it is made tho duty of the dis
trict attorney to bring uctlon against
any one they may know to be guilty
of u violation of said statute regard
ing gambling. I, B. Riddle, deputy
district attorney, made complaint
against S. G. Bailey and Job Howard
before Justice Hamlin for .unlawful
gambling. After a hearing in tho
case, thp justice bound them over to
the next term of court under bonds
of $250 each.
Dr. H. E. Goodrich, of Baltimore,
who was recently appointed govern
ment physician at tho Warm Springs
Indlun agency, has gone to that place
to relieve Dr. Richards, who lias been
transferred in Ncali Bay.
Jack H. Stncklcr, now of Oregon
City, was acquitted on a chargo of
attacking one M. W. Shiveloy with a
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For the Oregon Speakership.,
Jonathan Bourne AgalnsMhe
Jonathan Bourne. Jr, Is a candidate
for speaker of the house or tho, gem
oral assembly that meets January!,
1807. He will be opposed by the gold
Itos and the Scott-Dolph-Slmon-Gor,
bett combination generally.
Indications arc that tho lines will
be drawn In tho legislature between
the Republicans, as they were at
tho spring primaries In Portland,
and the light In the county and state
convention win be extended Into the
organization or the legislature.
The Oiegonlan crowd want a new
charter, to glvo them jibsolutc control
or tho city and county government.
They want to defeat Mitchell for
senator and elect Corbott; ' .
They want Jo Simon' for president
of tho senate and u speaker whom Jo
can control. ''
If the crowd that iceks inspiration
at tho tall rower can succeed they
will enact a registration law, and a
Portland charter and such other feg
lslatlon ns will give them absolute
control of Oregon politics for years to
Jonathan Bourne has a terrific
light on his hands.
It does not appear that Hon. Sol.
Hlrsch Is taking u hand openly, but
those who know lilm are awaro that
ho Is never indifferent where his
friends arc Involved.
Building. Tho outlook for some
llfo in tho building trades is more, fa
vorable. At Woodburn tho burnt dis
trict will probably bo partially rebuilt
several towns in Southern Oregon aro
writing to Salem architects for plans
and specifications. Thoy will got
ready to do sonio building early in tho
The Weather. A hard frost Fri
day morning moderated off into ex
actly tho temperature for a snowfall
and by noon from two to six inches
had fallen over tho valley. Tho fore
cast for Saturday Is snow or rain.
eastern uysters. strong's res
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stylo at 50 cents per dozen or 25 -cents
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Judgo Caples, tho Aurora miller,
was in tho city today.
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