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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
SALEM, OREGON, SATTJllDAY, MARCH 18,1895).
1 Big Reduction On Rabbor Boots !
Boston long boots reduced to 3.00.
Bay State long boots reduced to 2.75.
Boston Short Boots Reduced to 2.25.
Bay State short boots reducd to 2.00.
Boston snag proof long reduced to 3.75.
Boston snag proof short reduced to 2.75
Every rubber in the house reduced.
(THE NEW YORK RACKET.!
J E. T. BARNFS, Prop. " $
1 Come l j shobs 1
Because they are the most economical, the most stylish,:
I the most, comfortable, the most satisfac-
ak" . mzw
estPivs. ' n
Artificial Teeth $6.00 and Up,
All Work guaranteed as representee! or money refunded.
Rooms 27 and 21), Phone 28IU.
POTATOES, ONIONS, HAY AND OATS
WEI PAY HIOnESl CASH PRICE.
OliEGON G11KEN AND DRIED FRUIT CO. 53 State Street, Salem, Ore
We Are Headprtess
H Statu St. Salkm. Oai..
I MEDICATED COMPLEXION
AND TOILET SOAP
For tlio Complexion and nil
By Mali 10o Per Cake
or $1,00 Per Doson.
Money refunded 1( not mtUfnctory.
Kor Bnlo By
V 1IU DIaIm Olvwt
Work in Proportion
For pruning tools of all dcx
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
N, W. Cor. State & Liberty St., Solera.
American Troops Reorgan
ized in the Philippines,
More Testimony About the Spoiled
lly Anaoi'lntcil I'rcti to (lie Journal.
New York March 18 A dispatch
to the Herald from Ilo Ilo via Munllu
says: "At Ncgros Island the commit
tee with C lonel Smith presiding is
drafting a constitution on blmplo
lines, pluclnp, tin government in the
bauds of tlio natives, excepting cus
toms, postal and telegraphic services,
military and police matters and ex
tcrnul politics. Telegrams from other
portions of tho Island betoken frlendl)
sentiments towards Americans. There
Is likely to be a peaceful resumption
of all business."
WAsniNaTON,.Murch 18. Tho navy
department I3 advised of the arrival
at Manila of the battleship Oregon.
Washington, March IS. - C.imbon,
the French ambassador, called at the
department state today and served
formal notlco of tho .signature of the
peace treaty at Madrid. Secretary
Hay hud indicated a preference that
M. Cumbon shall uct as agent for the
Spanish government in the II1111I ex
change of ratification".
Manila, March 18.-The entire
American force hat been reorganized,
two divisions of three brlgudes each
being formed. General Lawlon today
assumed command of the tirst, which
consists of the Washington, North
Dakota and California volunteers, six
troops of tho Fourth cuvalrj ; tlio
Fourteenth regiment, the Idaho
volunteers, a batulllon of tho dowa
troops, tho Third and Twenty-Second
Infantry of the Oregon regiment and
Dyer's and Hawthorn's light bat
teries. Kansas City, Mutch 18. Tho beef
Inquiry resumed taking testimony
this morning. Tho court will proba
bly go to Fort Leavenworth this even
ing. L. A. Ramon, who formerly
worked In the canning department at
Armour's, aud Had ted tilled ut one
tlmothutus high as 'M per cent of
canned meat had been rejected after
being prepared by Jho ilrni, was re
called, Ho said while employed In that de
partment two carloads of spoiled
canned beof were returned from the
tho army. When the curs were opened
many cans were found burst uud mag
gots crawling everywhere. About two
cans of each case were spoiled,
Washington, March 11, Tlio fol
lowing Is a cablegram received from
"Manila Tho Oregon and Iris ar
rived toduy. Tho Oregon Is in a lit
onditlon fr any duty."'
Havana. Marcli 18. Tho Cuban
military assembly meeU again on
Monday and It Is reported that if
there Is no quorum, which Is probiblo,
it will dissolve of its own accord,
public opinion having boju toostrorig,
AFTER THE' FAKES,
The Bishop Administration
Will Protect Merchants.
The city council held a special
meeting this afternoon, at which
Mayor Bishop presided and Alder
men Buren, McOrew, Logg, Gesner,
and Walker wore present. Tlio ob
ject of tho meeting was consideration
of a new ordinance covering the sub
ject or auctioneers' und hawkers'
licenses, Introduced by Alderman
Legg. Tho ordinance puts a licence on
auctioneers of 81200 a year or $800 for
six months; hawkers 25 a day and no
license issued for loss than ten days.
The ordinance was road llrst and
second times and referred to the com
mittee on ordinances to report next
The ordinance has hoen submitted
to and has the endorsement of about
thirty of Salem's best business;
men. It Is In line with the
deterlmnatlon of tho Mayor and
council to protect the buFlnoss men
of the city against outside parties
making Salem a dumping ground for
bankrupt stocks and all sorts of fake
1 alee. The oounoll is getting warmed
up and proposes to carry IW point.
ST, PATRICKS DAY.
Celebrated by Speeches, Songs and a Ban
quetby Woodcraft People.
At the old Sulem opera hutiso Fri
day night tho Woodmen of tlio World
and tho ladles of Woodcraft, enter
tained themselves and their -friends
with nn excellent program. The
hquso was full by 8 o'clock und tile
entertainment opotlcd with a couple
of beautifully executed mlislcul selec
tions by tlio Ilackonsto orchestra,
Ills honor Judgo Judah prcsidod
und made a fow pleasant remarks ex
plaining tho slight delay to opening
Dr. II. C. Eppley sang. He Pas ny
full rich tenor volco of remarkable
sweetness and dental power, and he
responded to an encore with a humor
ous Irish ditty suitablo to St. Pat
Mlssca Turploy add Hurst gayo n
piano duett, Instead of selecting
something highly classical and ex
tremely Fclentltlc, that no ono but nu
export muslolau could Understand or
appreciate, they played a selection
that anyono could enjoy. Thoy wero
Oco. K. Rogers, orgunlzer for Ore
gon nnd California reached tho hall
tbout 8:10, haying come In on tho
southbound overland, and gavo the
address of the eyeulug. Ills talk was
,a pleasant Inrormal exposition of
tho oblccts and beauties of fraternal
organizations. Ho suld that such or
dcrs wero not primarily life Insurance
companies, 'i hey wore something far
dltTerentand beyond that. Ho told
many anecdotes to Illustrate the
spirit of fraternity existing In this
order, and showing that Its obect
contemplated much moro than tho
mere pumentof a sum of money on
the death of a member. Thoy teach
men and women parliamentary prac
tice, self-government, toleration and
The gentleman spoke less than an
honr. Ho was nut feeling at all well,
having only rlson from a sick bed tho
day before, but he made a very favor
able Impression on his hearers.
After a selection by the orchestra,
thero was a short intermission to re
ceive applications ror membership.
Mit-s Mattlc Southwlck then sang
a solo yery sweetly und was encored
Miss Gertrude Bushor recited "The
Green Mountain Justice," ana a
Dutt.li selection. 'Ptila young lady Is
a very promising elocutionist, Sho
has not allowed her elocutionary
training to ellmlnato all traces of
human cxprcsjlun aud tho na t u nil
way or relating a circumstance, as Is
too often tlio case. Her manner Is ex
tremely pleasing, instead und natural
ofartlilclal.thc urt that really con
ceals. AnothcrFolcctlon from the orchestra
concluded tho program, and the
members and their invited guests ud
Journcdto the bjnqucttng hall In tho
At the hall, tho exercises consisted
of u banquet, music, 11 llttlo dancing
and a nice social time.
Tho W. W. arc "ull right" as enter
tainers. SALKM CIlUltCH OK CINtlBT,
Services at 200 Liberty street. Les
son sermon at lO-ltO a, m, Subject,
"Realltv." Evening horvlco at, 7:1)0
p. m Wednesday evening meeting at
7:30 p, m.
Public worship, with sermon by tho
pastor ul 10:30 a. 111. Sabbath School
at 12 m. At 7:10 p. 111, sUth lecture
on Uunyan's i'llgram's Progress,
From tho Cross the "I'alaco Beauti
ful." It Is hoped Hint this lecture
will lo ono of tho most Interesting
and helpful or tho course. V. P. S. C.
K. service at 0:30 p. m.
Sam H. Story, II. K Lounsbury,
Geo. K. Rogers, Pertland: .lames
Vlthy:ombc, Corvallls; W. Crawley
Recardf, Vernon B. O.5 Dave Stone,
K. L.Ostter, W. M. Edwards. Chicago;
Louis Hoepker, Chus. i:llnck, St.
Lout; h. G Culluway, rniiauuipiiia
Pa ; R. 0. Bauer, Helena Mont,
K. Aukeuy, Jacksonville.
Mrs. D. L Fiester.
Announces Spring Millinery Opening
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 23, 24 and 25.
(At old stand, 201 Commercial Street, Salem.)
The Paris will display a full line of Trimmed Hats,
French Patterns, and all the Novelties of the season,
Get our prices and see our stock,
Get the Best Bicycle Made
If you are going to npend hard-earned money for a wheel, don't buy one
bocauFo of Its flashy uppcaracce--that's sometimes put on to sell p00'
goods, or don't let a dealer talk you Into trying u new kind that he
don't know anything about himself, except as he has read In their
catalogue. Even bicycle catalogues sometimes misrepresent facts
Remember you trust your life and limbs
to les than one-fourth your weight In bicycle material every time you
mount your wheel and seir regard should prompt you to get the very
Columbias and Hartfords
are built In an honest manner from honest material aud guaranteed by
an honorable Arm.
Standard of the world
In quality aod workmanship. Prices no higher tbnn for Door good,
CQLOMn)ASW-W0. HARTFORDS 83?30. TKpETrFH 25-2&
THE GOLDEN STATE.
the Senatorship Not
ut So Par No Boodle
Traced to Dan Burns,
That Ho Bought
lljM; Amoclntcil I'rcm o tlie Journal.
J(an Francisco, March 18. An at
tempt was made totfay to seo B. U.
StVinman, accused of having ottered
General Barnes, ono of tho foremost
candidates for tho senatorship,
alLrgesum for Barnes' withdrawal In
faybr or Burns, but It proved futile
TlU Examiner, however, prints the
Iirmor Maor B. U. Stcinman 0
Sacramento, when tohl that Barnes
had charged that he (Stolnman) had
offered him money If ho would with
drilv from tho senatorial tight, Stein
runa denounced the story as untrue.'
This Is tho lastday beforo adjourn
nio'nt sine dlo will bo taken, nnd tho
legislature may fall to elect a senator.
Soi'uc slight changes were mado in
tho vote Friday, Senator Langford
(dobi.) yoted ror Van It. Patterson, a
prominent Republican who received
sonic Republican support for the sen
atorship earlier in the session. As
semblyman Robinson voted for U. S.
Grant Jr. This gayo Grant 30 votes,
three more than Burns nnd nine more
than Barnes. Jesse D. Grant received
tho Votes of three Democrats, Cam
inottl, Mead and Falrwcatho. Two
ballots were taken, the eighty-fourth
and clghty-llfth ballot was af follews:
Rosenfoldt tl)) ...' 2
Whl'o (0) , 7
Smith (D)...: .
Hamilton (D) ...
J.D.Grant (S R).
Sims (D) . . ..
Patterson (R) ....
, III TT 1
Saoramknto, March 18. Threo bal
lots. Mo change.
March 18. No
Lob ANQHL.K8, March, 18.- -It has
been learned from a Tollable sourco
that tho 27th., Is tlio date upon which
will cxpiro tho options which wore
secured on soven of the largest bis
cuit nnd crackers manufactories on
tho Pad lie coast by Charles M. War
ner, of Syracuse, who is associated
with tho New York capitalists, among
them being Thomas A Mclntyrc, of
tho llrm of Mclntyro Sc Wardcll. com
mission and grain brokers. It Is
though that several other Syracusans,
Including ex-Mayor Jacob Amos, may
Tho two cracker factories in Loa
Angeles have agreed to sell out to tho
trust. They aro tho Southern Cali
fornia Cracker Company and Bishop
Si Co. The Standard Bishop Com
pany, of San Francisco, is also In tho
It I said that about $2,000,000 will
piirehaso tho seven coast fuctorles.
The trust Is capitalized at $10,000 000
.Sroat & Wilson
THE POPE'S HEALTH.
Cablegrams About His Holi
ness Loo tho Thirteenth,
ll Anoc!ntc-l VrcnH in thv Joiirmil.
Paris, March 18. Tho Rome cor
respondent of tho Figaro says the
pope's physicians have decided upon
London, March 18. The Rome cor
respondent or the Dally Telogruph
says: Tho pontllT's doslro tn utalize
alt his onergles In cITorts of forced vl.
tallty Is frequently followed bv com
plete collapse. Such an experience oc
curred tonight, when ho wn carried
to his bed by four men. as the doctor
wished to avoid the least shock to tho
Tho chandelier In tho Mothodlst
church Is being raised about six feet
today. TliU will add grcatly to
comfort of tho congrogatlon, and
bo greatly appreciated by all
attend this church.
Mr. and Mrs, W. 0. Westucott are
nicely sottlcd on tholr dairy farm
southeast or tho city. Mr. Wcstacott
conies Into tho city mornings to at
tend to his restaurant business, and
returns to tlio farm evenings
enjoy tho felicities of rural life.
John Holmtin, tho cast Iron man
from Albany, Is In tho city over
Jus. R. Tcmplcton, father or Iva
Templeton, or Halsey, Is In thu city
for a fow days taking treatment from
Siilotn'.-t noted botanical physician,
Dr. .1. 8. Cook.
Mm. T. L. Divldson. Mrs. .1. H,
Wilson and Ella B MoUowoil, three
well-known sisters, loft for Portland
today to visit their sisters, Mrs L. P.
Plants of Milton nii'i Mrs. S. B. Oar
rlgue. of Heppner, Mrs. Wilson wll
accompany them back hump, and
spend the summer with Mrs, Plants.
These five sisters will undoubtedly
enjoy a most agreeable rounlon.
Governor Geer today rccolvcd spe:al
trdor No. f7 f rom Adjt. Gonoral Cor
hln of tho United States army, rcvok
Ing tho dlsclmrgo granted Private
Win. Wann, or Co, B, Second Oregon
yoluntcor, granted by special order
No. 47, on February U7. Private
Wann Is wollknowi In Salem, and It
Is presumed that this action Is sim
ply takon to pormlt him to rc-onter
tho sorvlco, ts ho has rally recovered
Ono Strike Ended,
Lakb L'ity, Colo., March 18
Through thoelTorts or the Italian
consul, Dr. Ouneo, all Italian striker
for whom warrants wero Issued havo
given thomselves up
It le believed (
that the troublo Is ended.
Jos. Meyers &
In ull the latest and stvlMi ma
terials, and tho largest, most
I Varied, und choicest xelcctlori of
y1-7 ontnll 11 g I
Soutac ho s.
Mi II 11 Gold.
11 1 lie, etc..
.galore, In Kyptlan trimming, up
pllqueClillfou und Silk Kmbrold-
eiy, btcel anil Turquoise rcan,
UOWKIIOIS. JIIPKOaW, QIC, UlU.
Braids In all colors rrom
2: a yard up
5: a yard up
ALL OVKIt HMBR01DB Y
BOW KNOT JBTTBD NRT.
t- XtfJ V"w wvivh ftn '
278 280 Commercial St. The Old
'.JJUUi ALAkM JLkMJkk JUJX.B& Jfc. 4U, AA jujHk U M
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
KOVAI (UKINO POWDER CO., Nlw YORK.
A Presidential Boom,
Could Only Consent to Become
President by Unanimous Vote
of His People,
fir Amnclntcd lrrn to (lie Joiirunl.
Ni:v York, March 18. A -dispatch
to the Tribune from Havana says:
Wednesday night's popular demon
stration In honor or General Gomez at
Qulnta dc loss Mollmu seems 10 have
been turned by tho anil assembly
.leaders Into something or a prcsi
dcntlal boom ror tho "grand old man"
or Cuban politics, Most or tic speak
ers Insisted on proclaiming tho do.
po.cd gcticrul-ln-cliler the solo guar
antor of Insular Independence nnd the
Inevitable head or the still unformed
Cuban republic. In reply to these
highly llattcrlng assurances, General
Gome cautiously, but llll suggest
ively, declared that he could not think
of accepting the presidential title
unless It wero bestowed upon htm by
tho unanimous vote or the Cuban
This answer disclosed an Intention
singularly at varlenec with the pro
gram he announced In his manifesto
Sunday last In response to thu as
sembly's resolutlondeposlng him from
olllce. In that manifesto he said that
his solo desire was uow to retire to
private It To and end Ills dnys In peace
on his plai.-tatlou In oan Domingo.
His new attitude Is aleo In striking
cuntrust with his olTorof his sword to
a uommitteo or Porto Rlcans, which
had suggested tho Initiation or a
movement ror Independence in that
General Gomez' latest chango of
front, Is due dountless to tho over
whelming character of the victory ho
has won over thu assembly, and tho
elation ho feels at thu almost nut
voruil support olfcrcd to him by all
classes of the Cuban population. Ills
futuro course In politics will be
watched with Interest, for if tho
elections which aro to furnish ti basis
for political reorganization nrp held
before tho pi esc nt fuioro In his favor
subsides, he can doubtless havo the
highest honors tho now constituent
assembly can bestow on him merely
for the asking.
Mrs. W. P. Williams went to Port
land this afternoon for a short visit.
Munluguo Lord, a student ut tho
Portland ncadomy, came up to spend '
NBW IRISH POINTS
OUR NBW SPRING
Curtains far Mirputw viiything In
this lluo over shown by us; tliu bait
values olitii I niibU-t thu iwlr
75c 10 $12.50
Thu voiy lato and stylish lloblnot
Lace, riilllsd and lusgrtlug to match.
NBW ALL OVMll BOIUNKl'
N B W C U I IT A I N S W 1SS Ik)
iiftW llUI'll'JU UUUTAUMriU
NBW WIIITH I'lQUHU
NBW TRIMMING RIBBONS
NBW FANCY RIBBQKS
NBW PLAIN BIBBONS.
Nay Be Placed Within United
Skattlb, March 18, Tho news has
reached horo that live Flnlanders .
claim to havo dlscovcd evidences of
tho Ilusssan boundary ilno Inscribed
on a scries or old mounds, which If ca- .
tabltohcd will place tho Klondike
country within tho United States. .
Sr.ATTt.K, March, t8. Miners -nlio . -arrived
hero rrom Copper river, Al
aska, say that governor Brady has
been requested to nsk tho government ' ,
to send a vessel to Copper rlyer tor"1'
tho purpose of bringing homo stranded .
prospectors. Thero arc between 200
and .'100 there who ure without means
to secure transportation. Many or
them nrosulTertng trout acurvey.
The Windsor Holocaust.
Nuw Yomc, March 18. Tho most
completo list or casualties at tlio
'Windsor hotel lire, show that 14 per
sons woro killed and possibly 15, with
out attempting to speculate on tho
hodlos In the ruins. Forty persona re
main missing, 62 names aro on the '
list or injured, whose whoreaboutc Is
What does It do 7 It nwkes the hair
soft and glossy, precisely as nature
intondod. It clennsos tho scalp from
dandrull nnd thna removes ono of the
crcat cnnsen ef baldness. It makos a
bettor circulation In tho scaln and lnn
tho bairirnm coming out, nd. It . re
stores color to gray or whlto hair. " '
$1.00 a bottlo Sold by all druggists.
It Pravants ami'tt
If Ton An nnt oMitln nil th Iwnrfltt yen
miooL.I from Hi v, of th Vljor, writ
tli Uuetor about It,
Ad4rcu, 1)B. J. 0. ATEtt,
Ciiioaoo, Murch 18. May 071: cash
2 red 07 i uD 70.
Han Fiianoisco, Marcli .18 May
1.(101 cash 1.07.
bring thu boys
to seo ihem;
blue und red.
Will your boy
be tho II ret to
own a Rough
for Boys. In Purk and Linen,
SI, $1,25, $1,50
MMN'H FASHIONAULY TAIL
In many oxulusho pattorns,
Tho wants or our customers havo
bum) uiudo u cIjso htudy and we aro
now rondy to you tho larkftwi- and
Uml Milcoti'd lino of ulnthlorf ever
Til B OBLBRR A T R 1 M A K Tjg
Brand la guiUotwu
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