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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
ASSOCIATED P'kESS DAILY.
SALEM, OREGON, MONDA APRIL 6, 18G.
"275 Commercial st
How is it that you
are now getting in so
many nice goods in
lese hard times ?"
"Why my dear
we are selling
m every day and the trade have since
pice learned that anything neat and new
the shoe line can be found at
State Delegates Named by
COMPLETE SIMON TICKET
No Trouble to Show You Through and Give Prices, 2
for dwa? e, Tinware, Barbed Wire
Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Macliincry at
iinc-our.iitfe.and complete stock. Always prompt and
ALLEGE OF- MUSIC
of the Willamette University.
NDER NEW MANAGEMENT-
Modern methods. lUp to date. Same as in the eaitetn and European Conservatories
ne hut the best is good enough for beginners oh well as for more advanced pupils,
w. U IIAWLEY. President
K. A. HERITAGE. Vocal Director
EMIL I.. WINKLER, Instrumental Director.
J J. 0. GOODALE
u. O. SCHRAMM
oodale Ldmb?r Company
fcard on Twelfth and Trade Streets.
Keep the most complete stock of common, dimension and finished ltimbor
a ell on the most fuvorablo terms. Lath and Shingles,
Our stock Is made at our own mills, of the best lumber In the state.
C. G. SCHRAMM,
fhe Willamette Hotel.
LEADING HOTEL. OK THE CITY.
Reduced rates. Management liberal. Electric car Jeave bo;el tor all public buildings
ltd point! of interest. Special rates will I givn to permanent patrons.
A. I. WAGNER
EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
E. C, HANSEN, MANAGER.
Tito Portland Republican county
convention split into Saturday, the
anti-Simon faction leaving the con
vention hall. The -Simon ring re
mained and put up a ticket that was
all made up of Simon's friend- as
THi: SIMON TICKET.
State senators Donald Mackay, 1).
M. McLauchlan, Bcni Selling, 0. F.
Representatives A. M. smith, Jr.,
I). L. Povey, F. II. Alllston, George
II. Hill, A. L. Maxwell, J. C. Bayer.
F. A. Nichols, George It. Shaw, .7. N.
.Sheriff George 0. Sears.
Clerk of circuit court P. S. Ros-
Cicrk of county court II. U. Smith.
Recorder P. S. Malcolm.
Treasurer D. E. Bucliuiintin.
Assessor George E. Watklns.
Superintendent of schools C. U.
Surveyor W. C. Elliot.
Coroncr-C. 33. Hill
County Commissioner Phllo Hoi
Mayor of Portland D. Soils Cohen.
Munclpal Judge W. A. Clcland.
City attorney R. R. Glltner.
City auditor A. N. Gambcll.
Supclrntcndont of streets W. B.
City councllmcn John Fischer, J.
A. Martin, Charles II. Woodward,
GcorgoH. Strowbrldgc, L. IX Cole,
J. II. Huddlcston, Fred A. Dunham,
George R. Whldden, D..W. Zcllor, J.
P. Mcnefcc, W. E. Sperry.
Almost everyono of tho above is
personally and politically a Simon-Dolph-Scott
SIMON STATE DELEGATES,
The committee appointed to select
delegates for the state conventions
rcportes tho following names of resi
dents of the county, who were unani
II. W. Scott, George II. Williams,
Henry Falling, C. A. Dolph, J. P.
Kennedy, W. II. Harris, S. Farrcl,
Sol Hirsch, J. C. Carson, Donald Muc
kay, F. A. Bancroft, Gcorgo A. Steel,
Joseph Simon, A. F. Sears, D. M. Mc
Lauchlan, J. B. Clcland, E, D, White,
P. S. Malcom, II. II. Holmes, O. F.
Paxton, R. Mallory, J. W. Ryan, Ty
ler Woodward, A. N. Gambell, James
Young, W. 11. Saylor, W. A. Clcland,
J. N. Dolph, O. P. S. Plummor, Philip
Buehner, D. Soils Cohen, J. W. Pad
dock, William Flledner, L. D. Cole,
A. L. Maxwell, William Kapus, R R.
Glltner, B. Lee Pagctt, John Miller,
Frank D. nenncsey, Walter F. White,
C. W. Miller, A. W. Withercll, D. W.
Wakefield, F. II. Alllston, F. C. Baker
Ben Selling, J. W. Frlcke.
Before leaving tho convention hall
thoantl Simon delegates nominated
and elected following state delcgates:
Georgr II. Williams, Sol Hirsch, D.
P. Thompson, Raleigh Scott, A. II.
Tanner, O. N. Denny, D. M. Dunne,
C. n. Carey, W. E. Burke, W. T.
Hume, J. E. nazcltine, W. M. Jack,
W. M. KUllngsworth, John P. Ward,
John II. Hall, G. II. Durham, II. C.
Stratton, A. B. Croasman, P. L. Willis,
Thomas A. Marquam, James Lotan,
II. L. Kevlll, Oscar Horn, T. J. Geisler,
W. L. LIghtner, Jonathan Bourne, Jr.,
Alonzo Cleaver, E. J. Floyd, John
Ogllby, George Bamford, J. W. Ivey,
W. F. Matthews, F. A. Kewton,
Henry Chapman, E. J. Rathbun, T.
C. Powell, C. H. Dodd. Francis I.
McKenna, D. C, Powell, S. L. Wood
ward, T, M. nurlburt, C. W. Knowlcs,
Henry Wagner, D. A. Morris, C, F.
Beebe, William Frazler, W. N. Carter,
The Republican state convention
, will have to determine which delegates
shall sit In the state convention. Tho
feeling in Marion county is strongly
Portland, AprlR 0. Tho nntt
Sltnon faction oi.ijho Republican
party mot 'today irrttho chamber of
commerco, for tho purpose of com
pleting their ticket. Tho meeting
was presided over byJChalrman Caroy.
Aftor adopting retentions denounc
ing Simon and caliiify for the reform
and abolishment of'tho fee system
registration law to "mvern primaries
and pledging thjjjlr support to
Senator Mitchell, tho convention ad
journed till Wednesday, April 15.
The tight now will bs carried to the
congressional convention, which
meets next Weducsuay. Tho antl
Slmon people clalmlmt If tho con
vention scats their delegates It will bo
a precedent for statcA convention to
Portland, AprllJu. The Demo
cratic county couveHcion was opened
today with tho ust&l wrangle over
temporary chairma). Administra
tion peoplo nominated ox-Senator
Giover, antls nominated -John Myers.
First ballot resulted Jn a tie vote.
Before tho second ballot was con
cluded tho matter was compromised
by tho adoption, ofn motion that
Myers act as temporary chairman, and
Grovcr permanent chairman.
The temporary organization was
effected after which the convention
took a recesS until afternoon.
There Is a division of sentiment on
the question of adjourning the con
vention after nominating delegates to
the state convention. Some want to
wait before nominating a county
ticket until after a result Is reached
in the Pcpuhllcan fight. Others want
to put out a ticket nov, while affairs
arc at a white heat.
STATE VS, J, I, OOZIEfi
Before Justice Johnson
mjiftoi horswiusod. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Stabla back of;
State Insurance block
Children Cry for
New Yoric, April (j. The most In
teresting event at tho boxing bouts of
tho Eureka A. 0. tonight will bo the
appearance of "Doc" Paye, of Cleve
land, who Is announced to meet Dick
O'Brien, champion middleweight of
New England. Bnynb is entitled to
write "M. D." after" his name, as ho
has a diploma from a Cleveland medi
cal college, but ho is bo deeply Inter
ested In .athletics that ho pays little
attention to his profession. As a
member or the Cleveland Athletic
Club ho developed so pronounced an
ability with stuffed mittens that ho
could llnd no ono willing to face him.
Having won all the amateur boxing
honors in that part of tho country.
Payne matched against Billy Ilenncs
sy, who ho put to Bleep in thrco
rounds. Tho winner will try to make
a match w ith McCoy.
Washington, April 0. Tho house
adopted tho concurrent Cuban resolu
tion by vote 214 to 27. The announce
ment was recolvcd with tumultuous
cheers. Tho voto wns taken on
motion to adopt the conference report
showing that tho house conferees
agreed to scnato resolutions. Tho
resolutions being concurrent did not
need tho approval of tho president,
but of course they will bo sent to
him through the usual channels bo ho
will receive olllclal notification of the
opinion of congress on tho Cuban
question. Of tho 27 nay votes 18 wore
Republican and 0 Democrats.
Cahto, April 0. Tho Uklnh and
Eureka stage, leaving Wllllts, shortly
after dark last night, toppled over an
embankment, twenty miles south of
here. Driver Ethel be rt Whjtcomb
was Instantly killed. Tho sldolumpi
on tho vehicle exnloded and tho stage,
express and mail matter was dc
Btroydcd by lire. Tho horscsescaped.
There wero no passengers.
Athens, April 0. Tito opening of
tho Olympian games was observed
here today as a festival, The city was
brilliantly decorated. Great enthus
iasm was manifested. Tho American
team Is in excellent condition.
Greeks car the American competl
tltors, but all tho athletes are cry
courteous to each other. The Ameri
can contestants won In throwing the
discus, hop, step and Jump, and In tho
trial heats for a hundred metro and
quarter kilometre races.
Post Master at Hlllaboro.
Washington, April 0. The 'FrcsU
dent lias sent the name of Herman
Schulmcrlch 10 tho senate as post
master of nillsboro, Oregon.
Electric Bitten is a medicine suited for any
season, but perhaps more generally needed
when the liver is torpid aud sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A
prompt use of this medicine has often averted
loner and perhaps fatal bullous
FOR SHOOTING F, KELLY,
Immense Crowd at Court House
non. II. E. Cross, of Oregon City
and John A. Carson, of Salem, defend
ed the prisoner, James J. Dozier of
Buttevlllc, under arrest for shooting
Frank Kelly. James McCain, Dls't
Attorney, A. O. Gondii., deputy, and
A. C. Hough, assistant counsel for
state, of Woodburn, represented tho
State. Tho circuit court room was
well tilled with citizens from all over
Among the spectators wero Judge
Falrbank, Walter Schaff, Aumsvlllc;
About twenty from Buttovlllo, includ
ing A. E. La Rocquo; Clias. Harding,
Auradls Clioquottc, Charles Pelland,
St. Paul; W. J. Grim, Hubbard;
Thurston Grim of Aurora and nearly
ono hundred others.
Counsel on both sides asked to have
wlttncsses kept out of room until
spectator on this trial of her husband
She Is a woman or refinement, and n
nlcco of John Marks, deceased, tho
pioneer of Marks Prairie, Clackamas
Ponding cross-examination of Cor
oner Clough, tho report for today
long ana peinaps istai uwiious levers, no
medicine Mill act more surely in counteract
ing and freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache. Indigestion, Constipa.
tlon, Dizziness jelld to Electric Hitters, 50
cents and f.ioo per bottle at Fred A. Lcgg'a
W. E. Her, W. J. Culver, A. E. La
Rocquo, J, Simmons, .1. R. Konyon,
0. Schourer', Lumboig. Mr. Howard.
Chas. Matthleu, R. Woolworth, Uhas.
Plglow, Jas.MIUor, W. F.-Stephonsoti,
I. S. Vaughn, Geo. Stephenson, Jonas
Will, II. L. Bents, II. Haley, J. W.
Long, It. Maycock, Ernest Mnttholu,
Dr. W. W. Glcsy, Clark Dozier, Mrs.
Dozier, Willie Dolzlor wero called as
Dr. Glcsy swern: Examined Kolloy
after death; found a wound at right
of center of breast bone, between first
and second rib; courso of btillot-was
straight; wound caused death; no
Re-called for defense and testified
to Dozlor's character as a law-abiding
W. J. Culver Introduced with plat
or Dozlcr's hotiHo and premises from
A. E. LaRocquc Leaso with Dozier
admitted; did not rccognlzo Culver's
plat;woodshcd was Improperly located;
plat was Incorrect; fences had been
changed fllnco lease; Frank Kelly was
In his employ on March 31: waked
witness up for breakfast; lease gave
Kelly right to go to Dozlcr's house
every day, or 1,400 times a day; it
was his duty to go there thrco times a
day; next saw him when Dozier sent
Woolworth down to say ho was shot;
Kelly had to go through tho gato at
Dozlcr's to take care of a stallion.
Cross-examined Know Kelly a year
ago when ho worked for witness thrco
weeks; then ho hired him again on
February 10 or 12; ho was a stranger
Recalled Kelly's business was to
feed stallion each morning and then
cross over tho road and milk tho
cows; ho had not milked the cows, ho
had to go exactly whore ho was shot.
LaRocquo for defense: On order of
court ho produced letter from Dozier;
lawyers spent somo tlmo exumlnlng
same and nrgucd the matter; letter was
shown to dollno right of parties; In
traduction of letter was resisted by
lawyers, for state; overruled and let
Cress: Mr. LaRocquc, are you now'
under bonds to keep tho peace?
McCain Wo object. If he has been
covlcted of a crime yon can Impeach
him; otherwise not.
Hough That's tho way they prac
tice in Clackamas county. (Laughter)
A. M. Clotigh, coroqpr Cross Btatcd
that ho had protested against Dozlor
beluga witness at inquest; ho now
objected to Clough detailing Dozier
testimony on tho inquest, as being Jn
the nature of a confession-
McCain said tho testimony of
Dozier was voluntary- and was com
petent. It was not pulled out of film
as counsel suggested.
Cross said If the testimony was in
notes it should bo produced.
Court so held, Witness should ulso
relate what took place on tho trial,
which ho did, uboutas has been pub
lished. Ills story of tho testimony on
tho coroner's inquest created a marked
sensation among tho bystanders, In
favor of Dozier. as he brought out
Kelly' quarrelsome nature.
Mrs. Dozier is a sad witness and
DIED IN A SALOON.
Death or a Salem Man Who Had Left
Tacoma, April 0. A man CO years
old and supposed to bo A. J. Beldlng,
or Salem, Or., was found dead -in n
saloon Saturday ovcnlng. Ho had
been sitting m 0 chair all day, and no
attempt was made to disturb him un
til tho night bartender camo on duty,
and found Beldlng sitting In thosamo
position ho hud occupied twclvo hours
bororc. Ho had been dead olght hours.
Beldlng spent last night in a dive,
going to tho saloon about 5 o'clock
Saturday morning and taking several
drinks. Ho is supposed to luivo come
up from Salem Friday. In his pock
ets were found 30 cents and n receipt
signed by a Salem drug llrm on April
1. After going to tho saloon Satur
day morning Beldlng drank with a
mysterious young man for whom tho
police are looking. Tho young man
knocked Holding's purso to tho floor
and tried to sclzo it, but was prevent
ed by the bartender. Bcldlmr thon
possessed something llko $10, but this
was not round on his clothes. Tho
apparent causo of his death was heart
A. J. Holding resided In Salem four
years, leaving hero last Thursday
morning, on tho O. R. & N. boat for
Tacoma, where ho expected to mcot
his daughter. Ho had separated from
his wife and cold their Euglcwood
homo rorttftfOand divided tho money.
Ho was a good blacksmith when sober
but was a victim or tho liquor habit.
Ho had alxmt $50 or 75 when ho
left town, having paid up bills around
town. Ho went to work In II. Pohlo's
shop Wednesday morning, and was
under liquor. Ho told Mr. Pohlo ho
was going to Wisconsin. Ho did not
sco his daughter at Tacoma while
allvo but will bo burled there.
River and llatbor Dill Passed,
Washinoton, April (. Tho river
and harbor appropratlon hill passed
under Husponslou rules by a rlslnir voto
of 210 to -10, the opposition notbolng
strong enough to secure yea or nay
voto. Hepburn (rop. Iowa,) boforo tho
voto was taken, mado n hitter attack
011 tho hill, especially on tho Mississ
ippi river commission.
Imitation Cut Olass,
See tho wonderful display and tho
low prices at Sonnoinan's. Tumblors,
elegant and substantial, 26 cents per
sot. Vases, roso bowls., pitchers,
picket boats, siluce dishes, from 10
cents up. All other articles in pro
portion. Thcso goods arc direct from
tho factory, and aro going at marvel
ously low prices.
II. (1. Sonnemann.
Rickey School House. Wednes
day ovcnlng there will bo Republican
speaking at tho Rickey school house.
Hon. Frank Davoy and Hon. T. T.
Gcor havo been invited aud Populists
aro to speak.
If you would bo truly in stylo on
bicycle navigation havo a seat placed
on tho front of your wheel for your
pug. If you havo no pug get ono,cvcn
If you arc compelled to tako ono of tho
Hailiioad Commission. Tho thrco
members .of this board which Is bo
necessary to tho welfare of tho state,
and tho secretary of the same, aro all
in tho city today holding n regular
Police Court. Kccordor Edcs to
day gavo two holm tho usual uiedl
clno, live days at tho city stouo pllo.
Those Bicycle Mebsenoeuh, Can
bo culled either with the blue boxes
or by telephone Lockwood Measengcr
uueklen'n Arnica Halve
The best Salve In the world fur (nii
Bores, Hotel, Ulcers, Halt Rheum. Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Cl.llbliliu,
Urulses, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
Live per fee satlslactlon or money refunded.
Trice 35 cents a bos For sale by Fied A.
New York, April 0. At the wed
ding this afternoon of cx-Prcsldcnt
Benjamin 'Harrison and Mrs. Mary
Lord DImmIck, cx-Sccretary of the
Navy B. F. Traoy, is to support Gen
eral Harrison, escorting him from tho
vestry room to the altar. The bride
will bo given away by her brothcr-ln-law,
Lieutenant J. F. Parker, U.S.K.,
of tho cruiser New York. There will
bo two ushers. Only tho music usually
Incldont to n simple wedding cere
mony will l)o played. There Is to bo
no reception In this clfv. nnr win
there be a wedding tour. General and
Mrs. Harrison will lcavo after tho
marrhiRo service with nil pitnvnninnf.
dispatch or Indlanopolls. In tho
summer they will como Etist again to
occupy the"camp''ln tho Adlrondacks
that Is now bolntr nrennrrri fnr ftmn.
Tho brldo wns u nleco of
, - - '"" au "lie,
and during tho latter's Illness
and following her dekth during the
last days of tho Harrison regime at
Washington. Mrs. DImmIck did the
honors ot.tho mansion. Tho president
thus became acquainted with her tact
and brllllnnct, which previously in
hor llfo sho had had less opportunity
to display. Sho had htan mnnatiwiiv
called Mrs. Mary Scott DImmIck, al-
iiiougu nor second namo Is Lord. Sho
Is tho daughter of Russell F. Lord,
who was ircnernl fliitMrlntmwiAnf. 0...1
chief engineer of tho Delowaro and
Hudson Canal Co. Ho died aimrilv
aftor tho civil war. About 12 years
ago Miss Mary Lord married Bonja
mln E. DImmIck, non or ono or tho
leading lawyers of Northern Ponnsyl-
vania, bamuel E. Dlmlck. ono tlmo
attornoy gonoralof tho state. The
bridegroom lived but three months.
Ho loft his widow a Inrurft frirtunn.
Mas. DImmIck passed tho succeeding
years of her widowhood with her
niothornt Indianapolis. During tho
Harrison administration her inothor
dlcd, and hor -llfo then became asso
ciated with the Harrisons. Her
mother was Miss Lizzie Scott, daugh
ter of tho Rov Dr. John Scott, a
Presbyterian preacher, who lived in
Indianapolis. Hor sister, Carrie,
married Benjamin Harrison. Mrs.
DImmIck Is about ,15 years of age,
and aHliofiRh not a bcaptlful woman.
Is very aUractlvo, cape dally in an
During hor stay In New York sho
has lived atNo. lOEastTlilrty-olghth
street., whoro a recoptlon will tako
place after tho wedding ceremony.
Mrs. Dlmick's slstcr Is tho wife of
Lieutenant John F. Parker, of tho
navy. Tills wedding has a particular
Interest to politicians, becnuso, It Is
conceded, It took the ox-nrcsldont nut
or politics, verirylng most beautifully
mo iruiu or 1110 trench proverb,
Qiiaud 011 nlmo II n'y a danc la vie que
Paiuour (Whon ono loves there Is
nothing In lira hut lovo.)
SKETCH OF CJENERAL HARRISON.
Benjamin Harrison was born 011
August 20, 1833, in Nor,th Bend, Ohio.
Ills father was John Scott Harrison,
u bon of William Henry Harrison.
President of tho United States. Mr.
Harrison Is a graduate of Miami Uni
versity. When twenty years old, ho
married Miss Carrie Lord Scott, a
daughter or Proffcssor J. W. Scott, of
Oxford. Thoy had two children.
Mrs. Harrison died on Ootobor 21, 1802,
during tho campaign that resulted in
tho election of President Cleveland,
General Harrison was elected Presi
dents tho United States In 1683. He
had been elected United States Sena
tor In 1880. Ho distinguished himself
during the Civil War and his gallantry
won for him the rank of brigadier
general. Democratic National Committee.
Philadelphia, April 0. Chalrmu u
Harrlty, A tho Democratlo untlontil
commute, today called a meeting of
tho Bulwommlttco, having chargo of
arrangements fur tho Democratlo
national convention at Chicago for
Burglars In Dreai Suits.
Woonbocket, It 1 April 4. A
special from WhltliiHvllle, Mass., says:
Five burglars clad In dress suits en
tered tho Whitlnsvillo Savings bank
at 1 o'clock this morning, blow open
ono safe und attempted to force
another but secured only about 9100.
Before entering the bank the men
ovei powered Joseph Beurcgard, the
watchman at tho Whitlnsvillo mills
and at tho banks) near the mills.
bound, gagged und left him in an out
house. Tho burglars stolo n horse
and carrlago and escaped.
Hightst of all in Leavening Power. -Latert U.S. Gov't Report