K ri ATT V JOURNAL (.. ; ?,- ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. SALEM, OIiliaON,MONDAY,!JANUAIiy , 180. tfO.ft A . Ji.-i Jbi & CAPITAL UKrausse Bros. - V S'H'O'S'S . feREYBLOOK, -- SALEM GRAY iHARDWARE, WAGONS AND CARTS Road Machinery and Agricultural Implements, Latest Improved Goods and I-owcst Prices. MV Corner State and Liberty streets, : : : : SALEM, OR KOjI-Iolida Goods to sell at cost, all sold out, wliicli shows that the prices are just riglit for the times. Now "we have evry thing else to sell at the same LOW PRICKS. The Fair 274 Commercial St. COLLEGE OF MOSIC of the Willamette University. IUNDER NEW MANAGEMENT- "" Modern methods. Up to date. Same as in the eastern and European Conservatories jNone but the best is good enough for beginners an well as Tor more advanced pupils, W.C. HAWLEV. President R. A. HfcRITAGE Vocal Director SUSi EMIL L. WINKLER, Instrumental Director. . . . BARGAINS . . . Are not in it but goods are ALMOST GIVEN AWAY The stock is here andmuts"gpatalltHazai4ds MAKE US AN OFFER For almost anything buys the goods. AN ELEGANT STOCK Is being sacrificed at prices below all reason 261 Commercial at, Sf BROS., Agent of Mortgagees. $100 BONDS JUUUj This Tlmo It Is to Be a Pop ular Loan. PROPOSALS ARE RECEJVED Until Fob. 5, and Bids Received for Another Lot. Washington' Jnn. . The an nouncement Inst night that the sec retary lind asked for bids for n bond Issue of $100,000,000 was n surprise to the Biibordnnnta ocllllnls of tho trona ury department. The new bondavlll not differ in any respect from those Issued to the syndicate and 4wlll bo printed from tho old plates, A POPULAR LOAN. "Speculation concerning tho amount and character of tho now bond Issue was set at rest Into last night when Secretary Carlisle made public a cir cular on the subject. Tho loan will bo a "popular" one, and tho circular, which is dated January 0, gives notice that tho government will sell 8100, 000,000 no-year, 4 per, cent coupon or registered bonds, dated February 1, 18P.), for which purchasers will bo re quired to pay In gold coin or gold certificates. This will bo the ilrst issuo by tho present administration of such a large amount ntono tlmo. Tho circular also contains? an intimation of a possible further lssuo of bonds should the Issue or salo of an addi tional or different form of bond for tho maintenance of the gold reserve bo authorized by law before Febru ary 5. It was almost midnight when Sec rotary Carlisle's circular was mndc public, too late an hour to obtain tho opinion of public men on the action of tho government or the prospect of tho absorption of tho bonds by tho people. Tho fact that tho bonds will bo Issued in tho sums of $50 and multiples thereof, and be payable In Installments, Is a feature which it is believed will make them bo regarded with populnr favor. Tho main reason for dating tho bonds a year back is said to bo In order to give tho public a better op portunity to Judgo their market value by comparing them with tho gold 4s Issued at that time, so that their bids can bo mado to conform with tho market value of those bonds on tho ilrst of February. Tho circular is as follews: TERMS OP THK SALK. "Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will bo received at tho olllre of tho secretary of tho treasury nt "Washington, until 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday, February r, 1800, for tho purchase of one hundred million dol lars ($100,000,000) of United States 4 per cent coupon, or registered bonds, In denominations of ilfty dollars ($50) and multiples of that sum, as may bo desired by bidders. The right to re ject any or till bids Is reserved. Tho bonds will bo dated February 1, 1805, and bo payable in coin thirty years nftcr that date, nnd will bear interest at 4 per centum per annum, payable quarterly, In coin; but all coupons maturing on and before February 1, 1890, will bo detached, Purchasers will lxs required to pay In United States gold coin or gold certificates for tho bonds awarded to them, and all Interest accrued thereon after tho iirst day of February, 1800, up tho tlmo of application for delivery. "Payments for the bonds must bo mado at tho treasury of tho United States at Washington, or at tho sub treasuries, at New York, Boston, Phil adelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Chi cago, St. Louis or New Orleans, or they may bo made nt San Francisco, I with exchange on New York, and all bids must state what denominations of bonds arc desired, and whether cou- The U. S. Gov't Reports Bhonr Royal Baking Pewtke I sW Ww etfwfi ' pon or registered, and at what place they will Iks paid for. "Payment mny bo made by Install ment.1!, as follews: "Twenty pot cent (20) upon receipt of notice of acceptance of bids, and twenty per cent (20) nt tho end of ench, ten days thorcaf tor; but all accepted bidders nin'y pay tho whole amount of their bids at any time, not latter than tho maturity of tho last Installment. Tho iMinds will bo ready for delivery on or before Fcbrurary 15 189C. "Notice is hereby given that if the Issue and salo of an additional or dif ferent form of bond for tho mainte nance of the gold reserve shall be au thorized by law before Fcbrurary G, 1800, scaled proposals for the purchase of such Ixmds will also bo received at tho same time and place, and up to tho same date, and, upon tho same terms nnd conditions herein set forth, nnd such bids will bo considered as well as tho bsds for the four percent bonds heroin mentioned." i THK SENATE HILL, i AVabhinuton, Jnn. 0. Tho senate finance committee has decided to report the senate substitute for tho houso bond bill, a measure agreed upon by tho silver majority. Tho substitute provides, for tho free coin ngo of silver; fonthocolnngo of tho sclgnorlgo In treasury; to redeem treasury notes in either gold or silver. Tho bill will bo ropprtcd to tho sonate tomorrow. Tho sliver substitute also provides for tho retirement of all notes of less denomination than $10. The finance committee Immediately began the consideration of the tariff bill. It is said that this bill will bo reported as a substitute as it como from tho house, excopt an advance of 15 per cent of duty on sugnr will bo provided- for, nnd tho agricultural schedule will bo Increased to 20 or 25 per cent of the present lnw. ! THK ARMESr CASE. Washington, ..Tail'. 0. The sensn tlonnl Armescnso arising out of tho arrest of Mnjor Amies, nnd his con finement by order of General Schoileld, acting secrotnry of wnr, and who was Just about retiring from tho com mand of tho army, had niiotlicr-sequol today, when tho district court of ap peals overruled tho order of Judge Bradley, who released Amies on a writ of habeas corpus and ordered that ho bo remanded to military custody. Amies doubtless will nppcal to tho United States supremo court. In its opinion tho court of appeals says: Judge Bradley's action wns erroneous, nnd should bo reversed with costs. Qoldites Caught. New York, Jan. 0. Tho Evening Post says, "Tho call for n govern ment loan caused tho promt nm on gold to disappear this morning, and it was said that tho persona who bought gold last week, especially those who ordered gold from tho other side, would lose considerable. Pcckham Qualifies. Washington, Jan. 0. Assoclnto Justice Peckliiini, tho latest acquisi tion to the supremo bench,took his scat today. Chief Justice Fuller ndmlnls tejed tho oath. Utah Statehood. Salt Lake, Jan. 0, Utahbecamo a state today. All tho stato otllciuls took oath of office. Tho day was a holiday, and all business was sus pended. Tho exercises consisted of a street parade and the inauguration of Governor Wells, at tho tabernacle. A Fiend's Attempt. San Francisco, Jan. 0. Samuel Thompson, an old man charged with debauching little girls, mado two des perate attempts to commit suicide last night. Marriage License. Tho county clerk today Issued a marrlago license for A.M. Taylor and Ida C. Craig, both of Macleay. Weather Forecast. Tho signal service reports rain for Tuesday and. cooler. Children Cry for Pitohtr' Cii'ttorla. IS Tho Cuban Patriots Are Now Victorious. M0R0 CASTLE HOLDS OUT But the Spanish Troops Are Vanquished. NEWS FROM SPAIN AND CUBA Confirm tho Victory of the Insur gent Army. Boston, Jnn. 0. The following dis patch has boon received by tho Trav- clcr lute this afternoen: Bataiiano, Cuba, Jan. 0. At 10:30 this morning the cable operator here received tho following dispatch: "Tho Cubans have captured tho city of Havana. Moro castlo alone holds out." General Campos. Hero tho dispatch ended, as tho cable communication botweon Havana nnd this point Is cut off. Good News. Key West, Jnn. 0. Jesus Potunn, n-wcll-known Cuban patriot, received n cipher dispatch from Gen'l. Gomez this morning declaring thnt tl0 Spaniards were hemmed in on nil sides, nnd that before night fall navnna would bo in possession of tho patriot troops. Insurgents at Havana. Barcelona, Jan. 0. News most un favorable to tho SpanlBh government has been rccolvcd from Cuba. It Is understood that tho Insurgent forces arc pressing around Havana. Indiana's Governor. Chicago, Jnn. 5. A dispatch from Indianapolis says: Governor Matthews, in talking with a rcprcsentntlve of one of tho farmers' organizations, who had been sent to get his vlows on tho money question, said ho would not accept a nomination for the presidency on a gold-standard platform. Ho said ho would bo willing to bo a candidate on tho platform of 1802, which ho bcllovcs Is nil right if it Is construed from n Western standpoint. Later on, tho governor, Itisanuounccd, will amplify his views so that his fellow-Democrats In nil parts of tho country may know where ho stands. A Forger Captured. Special to The Journal. Euoene, Or., Jan. 0. One Mc Dowell nttempted to pass a forged cheok on the First National bank for $7.50 this afternoon. After ho en dorsed his narao tho bank employes grabbed him and after a hard fight ho was captured. He Is now In Jail. Tho affair caused great excitement for a tlmo, as It was thought an attempt was being mado to rob the bank. Tills Is the second forger they liavo captured right In the bank. A Fine Prize. Jack Harkins Is not only the champion borsc8hoer,but lie Is one of the luckiest men on earth besides. Saturday evening ho drew a mncrnlflcent nrlzo of n $150 crnlri wntr.h chain set with quartz, and It only I cost him seven cents. Ho has been offered good money for tho chain, but the "lucky dog" proposes to keep It awhile. Very Inbane. J. 'Nesflla, of Clat sop county, no Bays people aro talk ing of hanging him and Imagines ho was a member of the last legislature, CAT Asylum Illds. Tho ntnto lionrd of asylum trustees met this afternoon and opened bids for provisions for tho coming six inon thi. HARDWARE. II. M. Wndo Sc Co., $33.01; Gray Bros. $50.11. VINEGAR. J. G. Wright, 10c. per gallon; White &Hlmore, 0c. COFFEE. J. G. Wright, Costa Rica, $1,200; Java, $50; chicory, $00. Gilbert & Patterson, Costa Rica, $1,100; Java, $50; chicory, $00. BOAP. Gilbert & Patterson, savou, $87.50; toilet, $11.25; shaving, $0. J. G. Wright, savon, $80.50; toilet, $11.50; shaving, $0.20. dried fruit. J. G. Wright, prunes, 4; Gilbert & Patterson, -I; Sonncmnnn, 4; Sonne mann $2,474; Bruce Cunningham, 3; J. Roynolds, 31. J. G. Wright, dried peaches, 0; Gil bert & Patterson, 01. J. G. Wright, dried apples, 5; Gil bert & Patterson, $5.15. FLOUR. Robertson Bros., Turner' $2.05; Robertson Bros.Turncr,grahani, $2.40; D. E. Swank, AumsvUle, $2.50; Salem Flouring Mills, $2.45; Salem Flouring Mills, graham, $2.25, TOIlACCO. Gilbert & Patterson, $517.50; John Hughes, $538. tinner's supplies. Gray Bros. $34.60; Wado & Co., 832.40. SPICES. J. G. Wright, $28; Gilbert & Patter son, $27.50. DRUGS. G. W. Putnam, $1,127.50; D. J. Fry, $1,110.61. OILS, ETC. D. J. Fry, $00.6o; John Hughes, $08.60. DRYGOODS. Holvorson & Co., $500.05; J. J. Dal rymplo, $020.15; Willis .Bros. & Co., $574.25; Stock Bros., $523.71. 8LIPPER8. Krausso Bros., $108. MISCELLANEOUS. John Hughes, $20; Wado & Co,, $24,40; D. J. Fry, $30. CROCKERY. J. G. Wright, $87.00; Damon Bros. $84.73, Sonnemnnn, $02.00. Sonncmnnn, $1535.01. OROCERIES. J, G. Wright, $1008.06. Gilbert & Patterson, $1015.12, J.Hughcs, $1700.00. PLUMBING SUPPLIES. Dugan Bios., $34.23, Barr & Potzol, $37.70, O. W. Knox, $41.00. u FISH. btolncr, 0 to 8 cents; C. F. Doty, 0 to 8 cents. STATIONERY. Dearborn, $38.84," Pnttoh Bros., W.V MUG NATALITIES, Four Men Instantly Crushed in a Shaft. A BAKER CITY ACCIDENT. Walter B, Cranston Meets Death in a ShaU. Four Miners Crushed. Shamokin, Pa., Jan. 0. While four workmen were being lowered Into a shaft of thoLuko Fiddler Mlno this morning, tho "billy," which balances tho elovator, and weighs about 1000 pounds, fell upon them without warn ing. They wero instantly killed. Tholr names are: James Merrltt, Ste phen Mcrrltt, Patrick Lynch, Peter Roberta. Instant Death. Baker City, Or., Jan. 0. Another fatal accident occurred at the Virtue mlno this morning. Walter B. Crans ton, aged 30, fell from one of the lower lords down tho shaft, a dis tance of 100 feet, meeting instant death. Improved Service Of the Lock wood Messenger system is appreciated by everybody. Ring up ibe blue boxes. Highest of all LereH Pewetv DrfeJ Ammvurmut- rnvrnm . 'JAMESON'S DEFEAT, Over 150 Killed and 30 Se riously Wounded. BRITISH-AFRICAN AFFAIRS Premier Rhodes, of Capo Colony. Resigns. London, Jnn. 0. The governor of Natal, Sir Walter Francis, Hcaly Hutchison, telegraphs upon tho Boers' authority that 130 of Dr. Jhmlson's followers were killed and 37 wounded. On the Boer side, It is added, three were killed and five wounded. British-African Af&Irs. London, Jan. 0. The Btatcmont cabled to tho United States by n news agency, that Dr. Jnmlcson had been released from custody at Pretoria, is officially stated to bo without founda tion. All sorts of rumors are In circu lation, duo to tho dclny In receiving accurate news from Capo Colony. It is reported that tho British govern niont is hurrying troops from India to Capo town, but there would seem to bo no necessity for such n stop, ns tho concentration of mllltnry forces from othor British-African colonics would bo quickly mndo there If necessary. Turmoil in Johannesburg. JOHANNE8RURG, Jnn. O.Tho Ger mans nnd Americans, It is said, have, nftcr unsatisfactory Interviews with tho government, Joined tho national union, which aotlon was also taken by "the Africanders, Australians and morcantllo associatIon,tho government having refused thorn nrras for protec tion purposes. Tho Uitlanders are now united nnd a body of their nrmed forces are parading tho town nnd sub urbs. Everything is quiet nnd orderly, though tho strcots nro thronged, and tho police wore entirely withdrawn to Pretoria this nfternoon. Tho Premier Resigns. Cape Town, Jnn. 0. Tho nowa that non, Cecil Rhodes,, premier of Capo Colony, has resigned is confirmed. It Is uot known If his resignation has been accepted by tho governor, Sir Hercules Robinson. Rhode's Successor. Cape Town, Jnn. 0. non, Sir Gordon Sprlgg, treasurer of Capo Colonoy,has succeeded Cecil Rhodes as premlor. Battery Case. Reynold Johnson, a newsboy, was arrested by Salcra police last night for assault and bat tery at tho Southern Paclflo depot. no was fined $10 and costs, In default of which ho went to Jail. V A StrnlcM Blinu Tho young1 nun wan making bias self as disngrcenblo no a man could who didn't know nuy bettor, and bIw was hoping tho hoiuso would fall on him or BOtnuthincr. "Sooio womcu," ho paid in the counto of his remarks, "aro pleased by a brainless youth with a hand tome face." Yea," bIio replied wearily, "tmt I'm euro that doesn't apply ia your eaeo." "I hopo uot," ho said conceitedly. "Oh. nol"eho murmured, "for you kavea't a haudouie face," Detroit free Free. Uto KUek roit. Fat jfcae ar m the steeps' noses if y ow Me theea rumlng with lead near the ffewdMdaUrapW. The fly that ft lewes grata la the bead is about. Bear ia salad that June is the month ie breed for fall pigs. There is nothing a hog likes better in Ibe fall than a good, juicy puranWn. PUat a lot of them. Hog will bring a tjeed fries aext winter. Cows delight fa jwiBBldna too. The old fashioned way ei ylaafc"g among corn is a good ooe. ( TUtwW nt th poor ohirk.ms and ta Latest U. S. Gov't JRecwct Baking MVliffefiffil llamlia ,v ll 3 -J - ' W tr '?!