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Sternal vigilance is the price of liberty.0
It is the, price of iverylhlnfr worth bavin?.
.J p-v- " 1S tne Price
i riw hip iTirit j
man needn't be
Three Days Spent at
Alleged Attempt to Blow Up
City of Peking,
Soanish tf co-Counsel Enters a Vig
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Victoria, B. 0., June 20. The
Honolulu steamer Mlowcra brought
(The United States transports City
of Peking, Australia and City of
Sydney arrived at Honolulu together
June 1. As soon as the three vessels
were sighted, all Honolulu turned out
to welcome the soldiers. The docks
were lined with people, and as the
vessels entered the harbor the specta
tors yelled themselves hoarse. Such a
scene of enthusiasm has never been
witnessed in Honolulu.
When the vessels docked It was late,
so the order was given to allow no
one ashore, but the next morning
about half the troop -were allowed to
land. During the day they were al
lowed the freedom of the city. The
men visited Waiklki and other points
of interest, and had; a pleasant time
At noon President Dole and his
cabinet received the officers of the ex
pedition. During the reception, the
steamers and the grounds of the ex
ecutive bulldtng were thronged with
June 3, the soldiers were entertained
on the grounds of the executive
building. President Dole was on
"hand to welcome them. The utmost
freedom prevailed, the affair being
very informal. To each man the
chief executive gave a word of wel
come to Honolulu. An outdoor lunch-
mn wns served bv the ladies of the
The transports left for Manila June
4. The Charleston steamed outsiao
and waited for the '.fleet, which got
away about 10 o'clock, with the
Charleston in the rear. 'While the
vessels were in port they took in the
neighborhood of 1600 tons of coal.
Of the 2500 men among the varlovs
vessels, but two desertions were re
corded, and they were from tlio Ore
gon regiment. Two men were left be
hind, one of whom was discharged for
disability, and the other is in a local
te always looking
i lor a anger,
i airaia mat
happen to him:
but a wise man
will form a habit
of care about the
important things til
It isn't half so
much trouble to take
care of yourself as it
is not to. A man
who follows regular,
healthy habits, feels
ooa an tne time,
ife is worth Hvinrr
to him. But a man
who "don't want to
bother" with taking
care of himself has
more pain and mis
ery crowded into one
aay tnan a good
healthy, hearty man
viho lives right
would ever know of
in a whole rear.
When a man's stomach is out of order,
and his digestion don't work, when his liver
gets to be sluggish and won't clear the bile
out of his blood, it is time for him to look
out for himself. He gets no nourishment
out of his food. His blood gets thicker And
thicker with impurities. His nerves get irri
tated. He loses energy and fighting force
He may say, " I can stand it, I will feel
better to-morrow;" but the chances are he
will feel worse to-morrow and worse still
next day. He ought to put himself right at
once. He needs Dr Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. It is made for just this condition
It rouses, up the digestive and nutritive
organs, and gives them power to extract
from the food all the nutritious elements
and transform them into rich, nourishing
blood. It enables the liver to cleanse out all
bilious Impurities and pour into the circula
tion an abundance of highly vitalized blood,
full of the life-giving red corpuscles which
build up healthy Deh, muscular strength
and nerve-energy. It does not make flabby
flesh. It is the only suitable tonic and
strength-builder for corpulent people
ment against the constant violation
of neutrality in thU-harbor while
aclual war exists between Spain and
the United States of America. Re
questing you to acknowledge receipt
of this communication, I have the
honor to be sir, " n. Renjes.
"Vice-Consul for Spain."
The reply of the government, which
is now In' Mr. Renjcs hands, is as
"Department of Foreign Affairs,
Honolulu, June 0, 1893. Sir: In re
ply to your note of the 1st Inst. I
have the honor to say that, owing
to the intimate relations now existing
between this country and oho United
States, tills government has not is
I sued a proclamation of neutrality,
having reference to the present con
flict between the United States and
Spain; but, 'on the contrary! it has
tendered to the United States privil
eges and assistance, for which reason
your protest can receive no further
consideration than to acknowledge its
receipt; I have the honor to be, sir,
your obedient servant.
Henry E. Cooper,
"Minister of Foreign Affairs.
"To II. Renjes, esq., vice consul for
A Beautiful Prcscpt
In order to further introduce ELASTIC STAnCH (Hat Iron Brand),
the mmufacturcrs. J. C. Hubingcr Bros. Co, of Keokuk, Iowa, have
decided !VBAWAY a beautiful present with each package o!
starch sold. These presents arc in the form of
i Beautiful Paste) Pictures
They are 13x19 inches in size, and are entitled as follews:
lP03Bt 3MXREL . """" "
leaves for Portland Monday,
Wednesnday and Friday, 7 MS a:w
Quicklime, regular b
vice and low rates.
Dock between Etat
and Court streets.
M. P. BALDWIN, 4,
TEAS ATsTb "COFFEES
Some rare brands.
And all that goes with the Irulfc
too COURT ST.
Notice to Taxpayers !
ThctaxroU for 1897, Ma
rion county, Oregon, will be
closed on the W day ofjjliy.
c t wwr.HTMAN.
my capacity as vice-consul for
Sheriff aoi tax collector, MV 1UaTethe honor today U enter
The voyage down wps pleasant, and
the vessels traveled abreast most of
the way, although it was necessary
for the City of Peking and Australia
t'i slow up and wait for the City of
Eight cases of measles broke out on
the Australia. The sick men were
separated from the other passengers
on the ship by being quartered on the
hurricane deck, and the surgeons had
the cases well in hand when the
Three Kamehanielia school students
all native Ilawallans, tried to enlist
with Colonel Summer?, of the Oregon
rcoiment for the trip to Manila. The
boys were worked up over the war.and
were Immensely enthusiastic in their
American sentiments. Four men,
regular numbers of t'te Hawaiian
armyj joined the Unit . states forces
at Honolulu. They -a cn!i on board
the Peking and were enlisted at once
It was given out officially that the
Bennington would not leave port
until the arrival of the Mohican.
Thp. KenmnHton will no to tlio Mara
island-to be cleaned, and then will be
sent to Manila as a fleet convoy.
While the United States troops
were in Honolulu, over 7000 letters
were written by them. The nostagc
amounting to $441, was paid by the
Hawaiian eovernment. Most of the
writing was done in the legislative
halls. The stationery was furnished
free of charge.
The Hawaiian Star or June j
publishes the following story regard
ing an attempt to blow up the
United States steamer City of Peking
while that vessel was in port there:
"If the report which Is in circula
tion today Is true. Honolulu came
near being the scene of as frightful a
disaster as that of the Maine, and In
much the same way. The story is
nnthinir more or less than that an
attempt to blow up the Peking was
frustrated just in time, An enlisted
man, It Is said, was caught In the act
of arranging a fuse connecting with
the magazine. The magazine con
tains 400 tons of powder, and had
been guarded closely. The man, it Is
said, is now under tlje closest guard,
and when the Peking gets out on the
high seas, he wlllb- hanged at the
yard arm. The greatest secrecy cuu-
n,nintr t.hn matter Is being main
tained for fear it would mar tue
spirit of the present occasion. The
alleged culprit is said to be a nan
The publication caused a sensation
in Honolulu. Officers on the ship de
nied the truth, of the story, but their
denial wa3 made In a half-hearted
way. There are many corroborative
features which tend to point out the
truth- of the report, which was first
circulated by enlisted men, Others
admitted that the Spanish half-breed
was on board the ship. Two Honolulu
citizens stated that they were on board
of the Peking June 3 when they saw
a man In irons and under close guard.
They wens convinced that the pris
oner vru the man who attempted to
blow up the ship.
Following Is tho full text of the
correspondence between the Spanlih
vice-consul at this port and tne
Hawaiian government, relating to the
entertainment of American troops at
Honolulu, Junel. IT E- Oopcr,
Minister of Foreign Affairs S.r: In
Wasuington. June. 20. The navy
department issued adycrtlse-
mcuts calling f r proposals for the
building of the three great battleships
authorized by tlio last naval appro
priation bill. These bids will be
opened at the department September
I, and 34 months will be allowed for
the completion of the ships after con
tra :t. That IS the maximum, but
bidders arc invited to specify the
time within which they can complete
the construction, which indicates the
departments' intention to regard
construction as one of the determining
factors In awarding the contracts.
The time allowed by the department
s about three months less than the
period fixed In preceding contracts
for the construct!6n of vessels of this
Sew York, have been chosen
number. By the
These rare pictures,
in his studio and are now offered for the first time to the public,
rom the cry choicest subjects
Paints and Oils,
Superior Stoves and Radges, aod
Good Fishing f acitie, go to
BROWN 5t SMITH'
256 Commercial st,
The Crash Has Come,
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n ....... -.-.. ovuntolv rrnrnriueed in ail mc colore useu hi iuc vwk-
inals and are nronounced by competent critics, works of art.
Pastel pictures Tre the correct thing for the home, nothing surpassing
them in beauty, richness of color and Artistic merit.
sHHS: Elastic Starch
purchased of your grocer. It is the best laundry starch on the market, and
is sold for to cents a package. Ask your grocer for this starch and get a
:n,!t:rr. r, term eTSHflU flMFPT IM SURSTITUTE
mll unuucno ivccr uuiiiw inn. .... 9
Mam T1Is11aa vn nt
I'OT 1. ILMUiivll U ...
Arbucklo and Lion Coffee, perpk..
Bulk Olives, per pint
I jinrir SJnftn. O ham...
Hcst Mocha and Java Coffee, por lb
Good Mocha and Java coffeo per lb..
10 lbs Lard
5 lbs Lard
Chocolate, per lb
iuids, u. wucab.
inlha rVirn Miml
Try our Ho Cream Oats for mush
Old P, O Goiter
...,'.,. 7, L 30
....... 1 10
16c, 2 for 23o
O. M. mAOKl
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COKOYEX Aom Mw ;iMt
w s a make the tewt
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if r s
Iljr uslnp Itr. Veau's
Yellow Net to 1'1'ls.
Thu nuiul remedi
cantttl by OTer-exertlon, youth Tul error. ,j"e ue o'
Peau Medldne Co., rnri France. I.su
cither sex. caoud by OTer-exertlon, yommui errors, uitjiviuk u
tobacoo. opium or stfinulanta. which lead to Infirmity. Cor unvptlonoi
lnsimty. Can be carried In vet pockeU fi.co per box. - tj, by mall
prepaid. Circular Fr
Uannfactored by Vr
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ruianc vu.i ma riuvn Mur
iii- i.irli,,iHi.Pfntf. Third and YamhlAS" 3"'MiJ
FOR SALE BY D- JriFRY, SMEM. OREGON
THE THIRD DRAFT.
THE MODERN BEAUTY
Thrives on good food and sunshine,
with plenty of exercise In the open
uir. Her form glows with health
and her face blooms with its beauty.
IT her system needs the cleansing
action of a laxative remedy, she uses
the centlc and pleasant byrup o
FIks. Made by the California Fig
Negro Hung. ,
Nashville, Tenn., Juno 20.
George P. Pearson, colored, was
hanged in the Madison county jail for
the murder of Sam Walker, colored.on
thcnlKhtof May 3, 1890.
Eats Almost Anything.
"I was a sufferer from Indigestion
and could scarcely cat anything
without suffering great distress. I
was slso troubled with headaches. 1
began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla and
Ithas helped me wouuunuujr. - T
nw nut nlmost anything I wish
Mrs. Anna Study,
Hood's Pills are the favorite family
cathartic. Easy to take, easy to
Moki Tea positively cure's Sick headache,
indloestlon and constipation. A deligntlnl
drink. Removes all eruptions of the skin,
producing a pcrlect complexion, or muuvy -
funded. 35 cents anu ju wu
tax becomes delln-
can be overcome in almost all cases
by the use of Scott's Emulsion ot
r--J T :,r nil and the HvDOOnOS-
u:t,-. nf Lime and Soda While
it is a scientific fact that cod-livef
oil is the most digestible oil in ex
it is not only palatable, but it is
already digested ana maoc rcy
for immediate absorption by the
system. It is also combined -with
supply a f ood not only for
4fc tissues of the body, but
for the benes and neryes,
and will buildup trie cijiia
when its ordinary food
does not supply proper
ru m,. van t SCOTTS EmuUlon. S tfulU
nua ai CS are on th nr.
A3 droaiiUJ joe. and im.
SCOTT & BOWNE, CbemUa, Nctt York.
More Troops Are Needed for Occupation
Washington, June 20. Tim war
department Is profiting by the ex
perience gained In the organization
and dispatch of General Shatter's
expedition by tlio concentration or
troops in the great camps and by the
development of weak places in the
stay systens. It is desired that future
operations bo conducted with a view
ti nvnldlrnr friction, improving the
methods of equipping tlio volunteers,
audiwperally facilitating thoorganl
zatlon of an cffectlvo army.
It has been suggested that, owing
to tho heavy demands for troops,
which havo far exceeded the number
originally deemed to bo sufficient,
there will be occasion to lssuo another
call for volunteers. Having in mind
tho length ot time required to develop
raw material into seasoned soldiers,
as revealed by tho experiences at
Chickatnauga, Tampa and Camp
Alger, there is no doubt the presi
dent will bo forehanded in this mat.
ter, and that upon the existence of a
rcasonablo donbt as to tho sufficiency
of the present military force, he
will take steps to increase it. But be
fore any effort is made to ralso more
troops, the war department will see to
it the amplest facilities are provided
and that the equpment will bo ready
for the men. The material secured
under anether: call 'will not include
national guardsmen, and tho men
will be absolutely, green and wholly
without military equipment of any
Tho preparations oeingmade by the
war department- to meet any possible
demands In tho future, as revealed in
the very thorough icportof the board,
headed by Major nopklns, appointed
to look after suitable camping sites,
undoubtedly haB given rise to the re
port that additional military camps
1 are to bo established. The depart
ment has put things in trim to cs
tnhlUh at short notice several ad
ditional camps, but so far it has not
ordered any troops to them, and Is
.opt Hkeiycto, unless there should bo a
further call for volunteers.
The projected dispatch of relief
expeditions with food and supplies to
thesuffsrlng Cubans Is no new feature
fi the campaign, as seemed to have
be!p supposed In some quarters.
From the first the president had
Portland, Juno 20. Wheat valloj
74: Wnlla Waila, 7072c.
kour Portland, $1.25; Superilne
J2.25 per bbl.
Hay Good, $ll(a)i2.&u por ton
Standard Bicycles of .M World I
rnlitmhia. chains ,.,........... $125
Columbia, chain hccl k 75
Hartford, regular or special 50
Vedette. .- - 40. 35
Jad. and Jill 30
All made by the Pope Manufacturing (
Quality and prices guaranteed.
O. H. LANS '
211 Coamereffti nt,
3PSulta $1S and upwards,
rum 93 mm. pw.
Sbotte, Gfeop, Soar, mill JujtW "
91 Court at., ala. Or
Salem Water Co.,
OFFICE, CITY HALL
For water seivtce apply nt offiee.
Hops 512c;ofd crop;4t!c.
Millstuff-Bran,915;17 shorts, 817.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3.50
Inrlrnvn. llvf. 1111210.
Eggs Oregon, lKrflOc per doz.
Illdes-Groon, salted 00 lbs, 88Jo.
under 00 lbs.OKcjshecp pelts,15(a20ci
Onions $1.50 per sack.
Butter llest dairy, 3235o; fanoy
creamery, cOcrapsc a roil.
Potatoes, 2535c per 6ack.
Ilogs Heavy, $1.25.
Mutton Wcather84ciidrc8scd, Ojc,
Beef lltccrs, $4; cows,, $3,
Wheat No buyers
TInw Ttnlpfl. r.llPIlt. $8CaO.
Flour In wholesale lots, $4.70: re
tail $5. , ,
Hogs drescd, 5c.
Llvo cattle a3Jcv
Butter Dairy 1012c; creamery,
Sheep Live, 31c a lb.
Wool Bcst.l5c. Mohair 27(rt28c
Hops Best 814c.
t?chto 12lr. in trade.
Poultry Hens, 8c; spring chickens
12ic. . . .
Farm srooKca meatH uuc
ham, 10c shoulder, 8J(20c.
Potatoes ll(a).Ba in caih..
, , i i -
IIavu You Counb Prof. A. Meyer,
chiropodist, removes corns, callouses,
in-growing nails and bunions without
pain or subsctiuent lorencss. I do no
titHntr nor I1SQ UCld. but SlinplV
cuuso a separation between tlio corn
and tho llesh, and lift the corn whole,
... ..llrt .ll llniirrrna
witu a pure vukwu k
reasonable and satisfaction guarin-
teed. Temporary office attlio Wli;
lamettc hotel, Salem, room 45 fc
t ?m ilsw c
U Mill V! iini'iiirv k
S ill IN III lTli Pjii k '
P PSAEU IN
Z Paints, on Window iGlais Var fa
7 nlflh, and tbo most oonrbleto atook
H olBniaheaofaUkind(ijhthoitat n
Arfi.r tnntnHnla. lime: halrt CO- ft
7 mBntftndUlnglMj aUdtho flnest V
quality or eraaa iea ,1
1 ' i i i ii i
Uncle ,Sam '
And so arc wo, when it comes 'ti)
1 ' 4 SCYTHES, ETC.
'Corner State and Liberty strcots,
complaints at the office,
JAS. RADER. BLMER WHIT.
Express and Transfer
Meeu all mail and passenger tralt. Bag.
gge and exprOM 'to all pait of the oity
ProBipt lerrtce.. Telephone No. 7e.
;Pto'1notloe the cotteprtoM
;on iue Kwavrmf-
Rl'rts, plain io
Unuer drawen,.... 5 to io
Under ahlrts 5 to 10
Socks, per pair 3
Silk handkerchief te
Sheets and pillow slips 34 centspeff doaM
and other irork la proportion.
tyFlaimta and other work taMlifMtly
waatieu rjy nana.
COL, J. OLMsWTBAD, . presnlasoc
IjHe'jDest is cheapest
E S, Lamport,
The county courtot Yamhill county
has Uxed the toll rates on tho Big
Nestucca road at: Sheep and swino 11
cent per head; two-wheeled vehicles,
10 cents; four-wheeled vehicles, 25
cents: horsemen, 0 ccuis eacn; iuuu
stock, other than Hlieep ana swine, &
cents per ncau. .
New today advertisement lour line
or leis In thla oolunin Inserted three
Umea for 25 eta, CO ota. a week, $1
pr month. All over, four lines at
NBWrHsrnmocls, baby canisges. refilg
eratorsand Ice cream ficitcrs at thu Km.
porjum 3 ,0 Cohn. it 6 o I m
Saddlery.. . .
Bring In your) old harness and
J. BThomas Tuthilt
Office with Salemaaa Light, Ce,
;Ko 4 Chemeketa St V. O.B x X,
Baleaa, Oregon. Prompt' jetum of or
Bftssptai, Qeoeral, analyUoal work.
HOTBIJB AMD SOARDIJHO.
Prices Always the
From Extreme Nervousness.
HORSE TOn SALS .Two full bloodep
elides, weighing 1500 and 1600 roudi ri
sptcilv?.ir. James It. Khchlnt;, Cliemawi.
nnon HAIINE8S MAKBR.f-Wanted
atones, by K ii, l.auiport, Sikm OieRon.
' 6 jotf
A new truM on a new
prinolple. A perfeot
uppoit td all whq
DR. BTONB'a SRUd
Sal, ' - Of
Daly First ClsMlIoMeln the Oity. Rate
reasoaable. Saraple rooms it) eonaectioit.
Can (o aU trains and public bttlldlf ftm
the doer. Corse State and High streets.
The largest implement house
of the Willamette valley,
WANTED. -Solicitors of Reed
either sex, to sell Calllomla ltox-, tue,
hardy ornamentals, ec. Town and clues
only. Will ipay salary weeWij.' benulcki
ace, 1115 nuwinn- iu ".1; V.V1111
, Los Angeles Cal, 6 30 m
niur&T.T. PT.ACTJ. To trade for wood or
work, Inquire at Koom 13, Duih's bank.
STOVE TOR BALBr-A second-hand
stve In good condition. Just the thing for
camting or counlry uie. A bargsln. Jn
qnirsofA, care of Journal Dffice. 6.15-tf
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The armor of
enhances the J
in mind the probable suffering of the
reconcentrados, whoso lot was likely
to be made doubly hard by tho war,
unless our people came to their relief.
It was his purpose to lose no oppor
tunity In 6endln supplies to thcio
people, and the reported preparations
of expeditions in Florida to carry
these are nothing more than the
natural execution of the president's
Jfo news has been made public, today
rewrite wcuriw trBporti for tho
Porto Blco expedition, The few oq
hand are lBUrelj.lnjtMinte lor the
needs of the invading army, and iQ or
30 more will have to bo obtained.
fill fcsw-. !.. MeW j KertfK-
THAT no one remedy can contain the
elements neceasarr to cure all diseas
es, Is a fact well known to ererjrpne.
Dr. Miles Bytltm ot Uestoratlre nemodles
consists of wren dlstinctlrcly different
preparations, each for Its own purpose.
Mrs. I O. Ilramley, 37 Henry Bt,, BU Ctfo
erines, Ontario, wmesi 1 or je -fered
from exlremo nsnrottsness and annoy
and weakness of the heart. I wa enable to
sleep, suffered moeli from headache, twin in
my loft side, palpitation and a constant
feeline of weakness and prostration. I bejan
nilng Vi. Miles Nervine, Heart Cure and
Nerre and I4rer I'UU and the Antl-Paln
FllU to rellere sndden paroxysms of pla
and headache. I soon felt much. Jwrorsd
and the pains and aches and weariness) left
me. I then took Pr. Mile Eestoratlve
Tonle and am now restored to my tormw
Dr. Miles' Itomedles
are sold Vy H druj-
(UU unaer a positive
euarantee, flrst bottle
benefit or money re
landed. IkxA on dls
! of the heart and
r jMfree, Aaareu,
B3TRAVflD-One ro.ii P&ny. wejsbt
about 000 pounds, white fortbead, shod all
round, biand oa hip with mwgram M D.
I-at seen at Kayser Khool bouse, a reward
will be paid. Addicts John bimpklm,
8. L. Journal office. 6 13 iw
Ilacine buggies and.hacks,
Monitor & Tiger drills and Jweders, ,
l'lanett Jr. drills and cultlrators.
McCormick binders, mowers am
John Deere plows and hairows
Cigars ami tobacco
Costello Placet North Salem.
4 31 tin M. :rKICH TINGKK.
JAMAIS AMD POtTLTRY.
McCormick binders, mowers and rakes
hn Deere plows ana nairow
uuell endne and thrashers,
Kenalrs kep: inittcck for tilt
mentioned goedt ,
E M, CROISAN,
yT, S; WATBRSTJRy, Karater.
(State .street, sear railroad freshest ad
best meats. My patrons say I keep the beat,.
peats in town. a t--
NEW PISH AND FOTJLTRY.-Maiket,
hlgest market cash price pe'd for pooltnr
and ecss also second hand coods to (id
ercbihkeniaadCBCS.at III I Comiaeclal
t, Balem Vd ytfim oa.w
Wr fTflvrB .H
bkl. neiewssv AaseB
Capital Soap Wor((s.
Runalngat full Uut and miking best
of laundry and toilet sosps. J4e sure (o call
fortbeKaUai braad wcn )Pi waat good
"" A. Vf, AIlUKKsWU,
New. Blacksmith Shop,
' 1 . 1
Notice to pleasure "seekeri.
I an prepared to pack pep.le lata the hot
spilngs, or anr place la the naountalns, here,
alto to cook for stnsl! or large csmplag fv
ties, address, . M... ,.
CI7dw3m rKACTK rpiMvu, iwreu wr
DMless la all klads of fresh salt tA 1
saeiis. Lard la blk,'c a IkChsupset laisrtt.t
latewa. We saane it a Specialty a hsjssjt all
kind of Sausage or hd. Try its,
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