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SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JfEBRTJAJRY 13, 1899.
NO, 37
DAILY
Our shoe sale
Only seven pairs men's thigh boots left,
Price $2.50 and $3.00
Ladies' storm rubbers, Bostons 40c
Ladies' storm Bay state, all sizes 25c
Men's short rubber boots , 1.90
All of our fall and winter lines of shoes regards
less of cost must make room for on immente
spring stock.
Krausse Bros.
275 Commercial Street
SEEDS AID IE SUPPLIES
Try our seeds., tlicy are the kind
frco to all upon application. Wo
SUPPLIES, consisting of Hives,
SAYAGB St RB1D
Successors to the O. Dickinson Seed Co,
322 AND 324 COMMERCIAL STREET.
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WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE.
OREGON GREEN AND DRIED FRUIT CO. 53 Stale Street, SaIem,Jre
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Suitable Tools
ISuf'si
still on
that grow. Our catalogue sent
also carry a full line or BEE
Sections, Smokers, Etc.
If you wish to have an nbun-
i flnncft 0f beaut ful. soft, alossv
r you can easily acquiro it
tlio use of
DR. WARNER'S
DIOATED COMPLEXION
AND TOILET SOAP
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CHILDREN'S
SCHOOL SHOE
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FOR ALL TRADES.
A raan might as well try to work
with his handsalone unless he has
the tools that help.
THE BEST
is none too good for the man that
dos the work.
THE BEST
can always be found at
GRAY BROS.
GRAND
JURY
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Drawn to Try Ballot
Frauds,
Committed in Marion County
at June Election
The Judges Instructions Are Clear
and Explicit.
Judge Burnett conducted the draw
Ing of the jury in a very strict man
nor according to law. Clerk Hull was
also very careful In all his work, He
read the status for contempt as relat
ing to jurors, forbidding them con
versing about any caso or receiving
any communication relating to the
case. W. S.,Taylorof Gervulsand A.
W. Drager of Yow Park were ap
pointed bailiffs.
Thoro was an unusual largo attend
anco of lawyers nnd the courtroom
was filled with spectator.
District Attorney Ilaydcn and hlB
deputy John II. McNary, will con
duct the examination before the
grand Jury. The ballot rrauds will be
first Inquired Into.
Wm. Miller of Salem, .1. P, Hum
phreys, of Muclcuy; O. U, Schelbcrg,
of Turner; John Shaw, of Mill City;
A. II. Forstncr. of Salem, U. II.
Coshow, of Salem wcro excused for
Illness or 111 health In the family. A.
B. Huddluscn was excused as mix.
master lit JefTurson under the statute.
The other twenty four rmmen wore
put In tho box aud seven drawn out a
follows by Clerk Hall as grand jurers:
1. II. Pohlc, blacksmith, Salem,
foreman.
2. Hal. D. Patton, stationer, Salem,
a. Walter Morley, carpenter. Salem.
4. W. E. Her, farmer, Uuttovllle.
6. Ed. M. Cone, farmer, Butluvlllc.
0. Ira Carter, farmer, Sublimity.
7. Jacob Armstutz, farmer, Silver
ton. The jury tiiuk their teats and were
sworn. Carrol Moores wTis appointed
ballllTof the grand jury.
The rest of tho Jurors In the regular
panel remaining arc: M. Helbort,
Geo. B. Ilovenden, John Nlcol, Earl
Race, E. F. Parkhurst, John Craig,
Wm. Armstrong, Sr., G. G. Given,
Chus. McCormlck, Clinton Kurt.,
Andrew Hughes, L. C. Cavanaugh, J.
L. Cook, M. Dormnn, W. .Y. El ler,
Hontry Kraus, C C. Goodale.
Instructions wcro given by tho
court, Judge Burnett reading the
same. He stated the usual rules and
added thattliey could absolutely rcfuso
to Indict anyone for any crlmo, how
over morally corrupt they may be.
Private lulluences might be brought
to be bear on them and they should
avoid all such or stand In contempt of
court. No matter how prom
inent or wealthy or lulluentlal an ac
cused person might be that should not
shield them. In cases of conspiracy
statements of parties who wore acces
sories, if made before tho commission
of the crime could be received ugalnst
all. If made after the crime they
could bo received agalngst tho perton
from whom they emanate only.
He especially charged the Jury re
lation to the ballot fraud cujcs In
Marlon connty. He rcclttd that at
the last term of his court, here that
seven persons were indicted for
forgery of public records ut tho June
election.
By an loudvertency a defect was
committed In drawing one Juror to
take the place or a 6lck juror.
Section 70, law of 1801, governing
tho caso of altering any 'return, was
read to them. He commanded them
to indict any and all persons who
altered such returns or aided and
abetted the same. Tlio Judges and
clerks, of an election were public
officers aud their records of talley
eheetB were public records within
tneaulng of the law as expllcltty set
forth In two sections of the code.
The Instructions were very elaborate
and explicit In the ballot cases and
gave general satisfaction,
Asylum Fire.
Itr Assoclntcil I'rcn lu (lie Jaurnnl.
Yankton, S. D, Fob. 13 A terrible
llreoccurcd at 2 o'clock this morn
Ing. The building was complctly
gutted. Seventeen Inmates were
burned to death. Fifty two persons
were In tho building, 40 patients and
12 attendants. The structure was
three stories and nn attic high, and
had two entrances. There wus ouo
stairway from tho second nnd third
iloors, whluh led Into the main hall
thus giving but ono egress for thoso
abovo tho Ursb floor. i
Patients and attendants lied with
terror, great confusion resulting,
especially among those on the upper
Iloors. Many hcartrondcrlng scenes
wcro enacted as tho Inmates, clad
only In their night clothes and barojj
luuLvu, ruiuuu uuwu tnu narrow mnu
of stairs, and dually out Into tlio,'
snow, Tho temperature was 23 dc-jj
grccs below zero, aud further less or
life from freezing was preventod alono
by prompt work of the attendants
from the main buildings.
An Inquest Is now in progress. It Is
not thought that blame will be at
tached to any ono for carelessness.
Tho Institution was destroyed by (Iro
In 1892, when six lives wcro lost. The
pecuniary los of today's flro Is $18,000,
uninsured.
Admiralty Dill Passed.
11 Aasoolntutl l'rvia to the Journal.
Washington, Feb. 13. Senate
passed bill creating the office or ad
miral of tho navy. Rear Admlaral
Dewey will undoubtedly be named for
the position.
SUGAR BEET FACTS.
Hard Propositions Submitted by an Ogden
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Man Who is in the City,
A getitloman from Ogden, Utah, Is In tbe city, and would bo a vory valu
able man to talk to legislators about the proposed sugar beet bounty.
Ho says the same man, who built tho La Grande factory, David Ecclcs,
resides at Ogden and is a leading polygamic mombcr of tho Mormon church.
Tho factory at Ogden has run ono season's run, and lias bcon a Unanctal
success, ns stock Is held at eleven cents pitjiniunju. Thp farmerawho raise
the beets sell them delivered at tho factory at 81 20 pur ton.
The Ogden man says he has personal knowledge from acquaintance with
tho farmers that they consider it a profitable crop. Tho yield on irrigated
land ranges from 7 to 20 tons por aero, twolvc to twenty-two per cent sac
charine matter, 00 pure.
1Mb profitable for tlio factory aud tho farmer at 81.2.1 per ton, sugar
yield being 210 pounds to tho ton, and
They need no bounty as the industry has proven a success on its merits.
Double, the acreage has been contracted for the coming year's crop,
The factory In La Grande claims that boots cannot be raised at $1.00
without loss to tho farmer. Any member of tho state senate who wishes
Information from the Ogden man can bo put "against tho gentleman" by
Tiik Journal on short notice. After talking with him ho would not feel
that ho was committing tho crlmo of Infantloldo against an Infant Oregon
Industry If he did not vote for tho bounty $1 a ton for the Oregon sugar bent
baby.
Fruit Crop Badly Hurt.
A number or callers report that the
cold weather labt week has dune great
damago to both largo and small fruit.
Noah Welch, who lives beyond the
asylum, brings In a sample of bark on
large prune trees, that has loosened
from tho tree, and when cut shows
dark, the sap Is discolored and sour
ing. The fow warm days before tho
storm started tlio sap aud on many the
bark Is split.
Mr. Welch says the potlte, Italian
and Hllvor prunes, especially trees of
ton years age, are hurt most. Pears
and apples ure Injured by the cold too,
but not so badly. Cherry trees show
black sap and tho buds are killed, no
has examined a number of orchards
and finds the damago wldesnrcad and
undoubtedly severe. Nursery stock
was Injured In many cases clear down
to tho snow line. All small fruit ex-
coptstrawberrles was Injured more or
less,
Dr. Richard Cartwrlght, who has
been contlned to his. homo for a few
days, Is nut again today.
Senatorial Contests,
Utah, Feb. 13. No change.
Pbnnsvlvania, Feo. 13. No
quorum.
Nkhrabica, Feb. 13. No ohange.
First Turnover,
City Recorder Judah today made
his ttrst turnover of cash to tho city
treasurer orst.OOO. This was tho mis
cellaneous receipts of fees, fines, etc.,
accruing since the new administra
tion entered Into office.
Body Found.
Ilv Ai.urlutet! Preaa to the Journal.
Sbattlk, Feb, 13. Tho body or
Myron WUon Johnson, chief cook of
the steamer Greyhound, was found
iloallog in the bay today.
No-To-bao'ior Fifty Cent.
Guaranteed tobacco Uablt cure, makes weak
men atroQK, blood pure. 60c, Jl. AH druggists.
To cure La Grippe. Veep warm, c
I the Uet. and take Vr. Mi W Nervine.
Veep warm, especially
SEVERE
STORM
The Country Storm
Swept
Terrible SnOW Slides in Col'
01300,
Many People Killed and Frozen to
Death.
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JSy Annotated lrc to the Journal.
Nnw Yokic, Feb. 13. Tlio Tearful
storm, which provallcd all day yestor
day and last night, has Increased, and
the snow, which has drifted in many
lilucci, has almost paralyzed traffic,
ijloue of the 'Atlantic liners from
Great Britain aud tho continent, that
regularly arrive at tho end of the
week have been sighted, as yet..
THE STATE PAYS NO BOUNTY.
Silvkii Plumb, Colo.- Fob. 13.
Many peoplo living on tho mountain
sides are moving, to uvold possible
death in snow slides, such us that
which swept down Choyenno canyon
yesterday, killing at least ton persons.
Eight b idles have been recovered.
The roof of Dostefanos cabin was
taken off, tho sides crushed in. On
tho floor there eat the body of his
wire, on ono side was a boy, as ir
kneeling In prayer, whllo In front of
the mother wus n little girl two years
old In the samo supplicating attitude.
All three wcro dead and snow was
packed solidly around them.
Philadelphia, Fob, 13. Tho
torus In this vicinity has assumed
tho proportions of a bllzzird.
Boston, Fob. 13. The heury snow
storm, which begun on Saturday. In
creased during the night. Truillc Is
seriously delayed,
Atlanta, Ga., Feb, 13.- -The south
Is enveloped In a tierce storm of unus
ual severity. From the guir north
ward and from the Atlantic coast to
tho western boundary a 'cold watfe
has settled heuvlly and produced
lowest temperature ever known,
Washington, Feb. 13,-Sreakor
Reed was not at the capltol today and
sent word that he thought ItadyUable
fur the houso to adjourn on account
of the raging storm. Less than ouo
hundred members were present but
those who brayed the storm refused to
adjourn and went on with tho con
sideration Sundry Civil bill.
Washington, Feb. 13. The senate
went on with business as usual not
withstanding tho storm. A wranglo
took place over tho agreement to vote
on the McEnery Philippine resolution
on Tuesday, Piatt, of Connecticut and
others say that snap judgment had
been taken, others denying this.
Pirrsuuuci, Fob. 13. Mercury
about zoro. Yesterday and last night
many largo mills were kept in opera
tion to provevent machinery ftom
freezing,
Washington, Fob. 13. Tho phe
nomenal weather of tho past week
culminated in a blizzaard today,
which broko nil previous record. Last
night tho thormumotor stood 15 de
grees below zero. Business In tho de
partments was almost nt a standstill,
less than half tho force reporting.
The treasury departmont dismissed
tholr clerks nnd other employes for
paralysis of nil kinds of business Is
tho worst slnco the blizzard or March,
18S8.
Lewcs, Dol. Feb. 13. Terrible
blizzard raging along tho coast. Soy
eral vessels are ashore, The United
States collier Sterling Is flying signals
of distress. No as9lstanco cati bo
rendered owing to drift Ice.
Swami'scott, Mass.. Feb. 13. A
tig steamer Is sighted oil Dread
Ledge thss afternoon, apparently at
nnchorand blowing her whistle con
tinually. Thellfosavlegcrewls pre
vented rrom going to her assistance
on account of ice.
London, Feb. 13 TorrlHo galett
are prevailing along the coast of
British Isles. Several wrecks oc
curred nnd 8otno loss of life.
In tho houso tho first voio on tho
Daly text-book bill was 27 to 20 In fa
vor of tho bill, lacking four votes f n
majority. Young nnd Stlllman
changed tholr J vote in order to move
a icconsldoratlon.
Afloct in Lake Michigan.
Chicago, Fob. 13. Slxteon skators,
living In tho suburbs of Rogers Park
and Lake Forest, wcro carried out
into Lake Michigan on Ico (Iocs, Ten
of thorn woro rescued, and during tho
cntlro ovonlng searching parties mado
fruitless ofTorts to sccuro some trace
of tho missing six.
Chicago, Feb. 13, Fivo of tho six
persons who wcro thought to be on
tho licet of Ico In Luko Michigan, last
night wcro rcscucd'thls morlrfg.
WANT OUR FRIENDSHIP.
Qormany Wants to Qet On Better Terms
With Uncle Sam.
Ily AuMoutnteil l'rcus to the Jouriinl.
London, Fob. 13. Tho Berlin cor
respondent, of tho Dally News says:
"What Russia Is to Germany on tho
political chessboard, tho United States
Is to hor In tho commcrclopolttlcal
gamo. Hence, thoolluslvoamluhillty
of Saturday's dobuto, which, whllo It
Is certainly dlctutcd by Germany's
Interests, is also partly prompted by
considerations arising out or tho
Angln-Amorlcan rupproachomont,
Tho United States Is to bo shown that
It Is not only England who Is her
rrlond."
Tlio Times says editerially:
"The dobuto was it good onion for
tho establishment or a pound basis or
tho new ordor or things brought Into
exlstcnco by the overthrow or tho
Imperial powor of Spain. A reconcil
iation of rapproachment botweon
Germany and tho United States
would bo heartily welcomed In Bng
land ub an additional guarantee or
pcuco nnd progress throughout tho
world."
Educate Your llowels With Ciisoarets.
Candy Cnthsrtle. euro constipation forever.
lOo.KJe. Ii C. O.O. (all, drutfRlsts rotund money.
JUDGE
Judge us by what we're doing Judge us by tlm continued crowds of buyers. Judge us by
the murchandUo your friends have purchabcd. Judge us by our prices, Get your friends to tell
you how much they paid. That Is all we uslc. You get trulythu best when you buy or u.
New spring goods arriving daily.
Waist Silks
Exclusivo patterns, no two alike,
an advance shipment of our spring
order; beautiful dcHlgns.
$3.50, $150 to $6,60
Liberty Satin
For waists: very now and dainty;
prlco per yaid
$1.25
New Taffetas
In lovely shades, just right for
Waists, Petticoats, Drop HklrtB,
etc, tine qualities; per yard
85c and $1,
Our $1 Glove
Over 30 do.en sold within the
last four months, aud not u pair re
turned; absolutely guaranteed.
NEW CURTAINS, NEW SKIRTS, NEW CORSETS, NEW SniRTS,
Jos. Meyers
Salem's Greatest
MANILA
NEWS
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Rebels Not Easily
Crushed
Natives Seriously Demoral
ized and Scattered.
Otis Wires a List of Deaths Since
Feb. 4.
r Asioolntcil I'rrp to the Journal,
Manila, Fob. 13.-10:30 a. ui.
Puiiulng tholr customary tactics, tho
lusurgontson the extreme left of tho
lines opened tiro at long range on the
American troops last (Sunday) night,
maintaining tholr lh-e for n few
minutes before settling down, Nono
of tholr shots took efTect, howevor.
and the. Americans did not reply.
All was quclt ulong tho rest or tho
lino.
Tho Concorti Is now lying oir Par
nnquo, Tho weather nt night now Is cool
nnd showers nro frequent,
Prlvato Mcsslck, of the Montaun
regiment, died in the hospital yester
day. Washington, Feb. 13, General
Otis cnblcs:
"Everything Is qulut lu tho city
this morning. Business Is resuming
Its former activity."
Nnw Yoric, Feb. 13. Secretary
Alger, yestorduy said:
"It dopends upon circumstances
whether tho regular troops now on
tho wuy,lp rManJlnwlll relievo an
equal number of yoluntocrs. This
was tho original Intontlon but It Is
impossible now to say whether the
plan can bo carried out Immediately."
Washington, Feb. 13, Otis wires
n full list of deaths since Feb,. 4, not
Including killed in notion. Tl.oy
numbor nlno, umong tho name's of
thoso killed nro privates Dnbol, Kygcr
nnd W. Chopwood, of First Washing
ton, und Mlolmol F. Crowley of Sec
ond Oregon,
CiuoAao, Fob, 13, Aspoolal to tho
Tribune from Washingten: It Is
stated hero nnd there that n serious
hitch in tho work of Anglo-American
commission, the obstaclo is belhvcd
to bo a demand by tho Canadian com
mission for the cession of tho town of
Skagway, Alaska, Tho American
commissioner definitely rofused.
Washington, Fob, 13. Tho follow
ing cablegram was received at tho war
department;
Adlutant-Genoral, Washington:-It
Is reported tho Insurgent representa
tive at Washington telegraphed Ag-
Linings
Our stock Is Just now bubbling
over with tho latest Walxt, aud
Kklrt linings, In all the new shades,
we have tho ever popular
NEAR SILK, KILVER HHEEN
COMMODORE FABRIC, PER-
CALINE
FANCY ENGLISH BATISTE,
FANUY TAFFETAS, ETC., ETC.
New Val Laces
Somo nu moors have had to be
duplicated; the sweetest patterns,
and ho cheap.
NEW PERCALES,
NKW MADRAS.
NEW ERROL CORDS.
NEW GINGHAMS
NEW SUITINGS.
NKW EMBROIDERIES.
RoVal
Baking Powder
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum.
Alum baking powders are the greatest
menacers to health of the present day.
ROTAt Bwiwa rowtna eg, ntw voa.
ulnnldo to drive out the Americans
boforo tho nrrlvnl of reinforcements.
Tho dispatch was received at Hong
Kong and mailed to Malolos, which de
cided on the attack to bo mado about
tho 7th Inst, The eagerness or the
Insurgent troops to cngago the Amer
icans prcolpltatcd tho battle1,
Manila, Fob. 13. It Is now known
that the Filipino loss Is fully .2300
kellcd, with the wounded vastly n ex
cess of that number, and thousands
are hcld'-prlsoncrs. All this has been
achieved nt tho cost of 05 Americans
killed nnd 270 wounded. There are
22 Americans mlsslug and unac
counted for.
No fewer tlian ten of the natlvo
villages huyo surrendered or bcon
captured. Soycral have bcon destroyed
because tholr houscb harbored men,
frcqannely disguised in fomalo attire,
who shot from windows and roofs nt
tho Americans.
Muny rlflca and n ton of ammuni
tion huvo bcon solzcd.
As might bo expected, there has
bcon looting In tho outskirts, but it
has not bcon gonoral, and has bcon
done In direct violation of ordors.
The only incident that has broken
tho qulotudo of tho day followed tho
arrival of the German ilret-cluss
crulsor Kalsorln Augusta. When she
nlutcd Admiral Dewey this after
noon a report spread rapidly that the
American warships wore bombarding
Malnbon,
John Craig and son, Hon. Day id
Cmlg, wcro in tlio oily tociny on ousi-
I1C83.
Ayer
US
Well Dressed Young Men
Huvo u decided advantage, Never
before has It been so easy for a
young man to bo as well dressed ai
now for to little money.
NKW SPRINO SUITS
NEW hPRING OVERCOATS,
HART. BunAFPNER & MAHX,
"IIAHAHTCSn OUOTHINO.
Fed Gloves
The correct men's wear, with one
white pearl clasp,
$1.50
NEW COLLARS, NEW HOSIERY
& Sons.
Score.
j Youth's Secret.
Hair Vigor
restores color to 1
gray hair.'
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