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SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY APRIL U), 1891).
Home Made Goods.
Specials: A very select'
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
New York. Get one FOR'
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: Ask
I 0 0 118 11 f 11 Dl IB
IiIi Hvlll lllllli
man, L. 1. Ed words, V Anderson,
Dillon and C. A. Morrlssey.
extra sizes and extra longs.
ino matter wnat size you call
tor we nave them. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
While Engaged in Rescu
Salem Woolen Mill
General Lawton Has Returned From
the InteriorTroops Healthy.
London, April ll). Tho Filipino
European Junta claims to liuvo re
ceived a cablegram froniGencral Luna
commanding the Manila district, de
claring General Lawton whoso object
it was to Drouecd to Baler and .effect u
Junction with the "Xorktowti, was In
veigled by Filipino tactics Into peril
ously extending Ills lino with the re
sult that a column of 140 o Ulcers and
mou. on reaching Ulnagon wcro am
btisucd b.v Flllnluo forco has been
severed and the cntlro column cap
tured. The Fllllplno advices further assert
that Don. Lawton, on hearing the
news, "retired to Manila, stating that
he had been recalled by Gen. Otis, on
the ground that a native rising In
Manila was lnmilnont."Tho foregoing
Is said to bo a soporato altalr Trout tho
alsappcaranco of the boat's crow of
Train Stalled on the Track Be
tween Salem and the Re
ji9 j nON
On all lines of Spring Goods. We
are selling the same quality as
others ask you 3 for, for 2.50.
We give you the straight dis-
fc count tor cash -and otTer no premiums and do not have to
cincn you on we snoes to get even, uur Business is
conducted strictly on business principles and conse
quently increasing every day.
Great specialty made of infant and children's goods
SALEM SHOE STORE
Ladd & Bush Bank Building. State street.
Storo oloaos at O o'clock, oxcopt Saturday.
j- gy"- s- )F- p- p- (so- jw"- p iffft' gj&a-
In Dtnok, Brown and Whlto.
lly AkocIiiIciI I'rcaa (u (hi- JoimiHl.
Manila. April 10. Admiral Dewey
has been notified Of the strange' dis
appearance of Lieut. J. C. Gllmore
and 14 members of his crew, of the
united btut"& gunboat, Yorktown,
On Saturday last, tho Yorktown was
anchored oil Huler, on the cast coast
of Luzon, about two hundred miles
from here, where a Spanish garrison
of about llfty men had been defend
ing Itseir against several hundred
Filipinos for the past month.
Lieut. Gllmore, Ensign V. II. Stan
Icy and the boat's crew were sent up
the rlyer, from Halur bay, to commu
nicate wlih the Spaniards, the, town
of lluler lolug some distance inland.
Etisluu Stanley, who lauded ut the
mouth or the river, reports that he
heard three volleys, a biixle call and
cheers up the river, but an automutlc
gun, which was part of the equip
ment of the boat, was not heard tiring.
Stanley then paddled to Yorktown in
Search was made for the Yorktowu's
bout and her crew, but no truce of
them have been found and the York
town Ins sulled for Jlo Ho, from
which pluco the commander cabled to
Admiral Doweo, his theory being
that Filipinos hud captured or sunk
the bout or that the Spaniards had
rescued the American party.
A scouting party or tho American
troops toduy found a rebel skirmish
line more thun u mile lo.ig east or Ma
lolos. A slurp fu Hade followed, but
no losses were sustained. General
King, who has been taken suddenly
III, uud who Is unable to continue in
command of his brigade, has been re
lieved or further duty and has been
ordered to tho United States on tho
The following Is tho list or missing
men us reported by Admiral I)ewc:
To Chief Quurlor muster V.
Wultou, Coxswain J. Ellsworth,
Gunner's Mato Edward J. Ny
gard, Sulluiikers1 Mate Vanboin,
Seaman W. II, Kynder and O. W.
Woodbury, Apprentices D.G. A. Von
vllle. P Peterson, Ordinary Soumon
S. Brlsolose, 0. I). McDonalc, Lands-
mlR .aroSS -rt .. ..ant sJ WI .i)rt riOM
NEW SHOE STORE
01 Statu St. Salem. Ohb.
Froo Shines to Customors.
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Washington, April 10. The fol
lowing cablegram was Just received
'Lawton roturned from the Lake
country on tho 17th Inst, bringing tho
captured vessels. Tho Insurgents are
much scattered, and they retreat bo
foro our forces and await an oppor
tunity to attack somo dctuchmout
The better class of tl.u people aro
tired or war, and deslro peace
The enemy build their hope on the
return or our volunteers to the United
Stutes. Its army Is much demoralized
and the loss by desertion Is large.
They will probably prosecuto aguerlla
wuifarc, looting and burning tno
country which It occupied. Tho
health and spirits of tho troops arc
Tho volunteers return will com
mence about May C. They will render
willing servlcu until the return trans
ports are uvullublc. Embarkation will
continue through June and July. Tho
reports from tho Vlsnyitn Islands con
tinue very encouraging, lnler-lslund
commerce Is heavy, ana customs re
ceipts are increasing."
Manila, April lO.-Ovor 4000 Auier-
can volunteers have petitioned the
government! to ullow them to be tuns
tered out on the Island of Luzon,
svhh travel pay to their homes, In
return for which they promise to
form local nillitmry organizations.
The proyost musual lias rulded tho
Filipino recruiting ofilec In Manila
captured three or four otllecrs, uud al
so conllssatud about $100,000 .vlilcli
was to bo sent to the rebels,
Poll Tax on Chinese,
lly AaaiiHntrtl I'rcaa to (lie Journnl.
Ottawa, April 10,-Slr Wllfied
Luuricr, tho Canadian premier, reply.
Ing to a delegation from it trudo labor
congress, spoke favorably of tho Im
position or u $5 poll tax on Chinese
entering Canada, but opposed a tux on
Japuncsc whom he characterised as
progressive und allies of Greut Brit
ain. A Seilous Charge,
Tho citizens of tho northern part of
tho city aro considerably stirred up
oyer a charge that luis been preferred
to tho effect that the janitor of tho
North school hits been taking Im
proper liberties with one or tho
young Hhl pupils.
A complaint has been made to the
directors, and tho Janitor has licen
Informally suspended from duty,
pending an Investigation. The board
will meet this evening for the purpose
of looking Into the mutter.
The local truln that Is duo at Salem
at 1:30 p. m. had not reached this
city at 3 o'clock. It left Turner, eight
miles south about fifteen minutes, bo
hind time. It passed the Reform
school and came to a stand
still about thrco miles rroni
Salem, bat no word could bo got
from It. Tho supposition Is that tho
engine broko down, but did not leave
Ilr AaanclHtcil I'rcaa (u llii Jonrnnl.
IIoisk, Ida., April 10. Fire broko
out tills morning in tue basement of
Collin & Northrops hard ware storo.
Tho store was wreokud, the main
tloor bnlng burned through. The loss
on the building and stock Is $40,000.
TOM REED OUT.
Personals and Current Evenfs.
n Flying Top
Given away with each pair Children's shoes it costs
no more to wear u pair of our late up to date shoes
than you pay others for old 'stock.
See our Men's Tan and
Men's Tan and
Men's Tun and
Hlack Viol (a) MOO worth 81.00.
Black Viol ($ $2.50 worth 83.80.
Black Vlcl (a) $2 00 wotrh WOO.
Resigns His Seat in Congress
and As Speaker.
fly Aaaoclatcd l'reaa to the Juurnnl,
Nnw Yohic, April 10, It Is an
nounced that Speaker Uced hns of
fered to become a member of tho law
firm of Simpson, Thatcher Si Barnum
of Ihl'i city. It Is understood that
Reed will resign his seat in congress
and remove to Now York. The state
ment Is made that Heed Is guamn cud
a yearly Incomo of $50,000. Before
settling hero Kecd will make a pro
traded stay In Europo.
Or Aaaaolnteil I'rcaa (u (ha
Calmet. Mich., April
Tamuraok,0.eoola. Tamarack, Jr., and
Uearsage copper mines worecompellcd
to close last night, on "account or tho
strike at tho stumping mills. About
2.C00 men nro out or employment.
r 4ss0i.UTLY "Pure
Mokes the food more delicious and wholesome
jtOYU BAHIH9 POWPf B CO., KtW VOBK.
Precipitated in the Pennsyl
lly Aaanulntmt I'rcaa tit tile Journnl,
'IlAitKisuuita, April 19. The Nyce
resolution, calling upon the attorney
general to prosecute all those, Includ
ing Quuy, who were charged with re
ceiving Interest on state money, ut
most precipitated a riot In the senate
today. The resolution was dually
laid on the table.
NO MORE MEN
To Be Enlisted as Volunteers
Under the Act of Congress.
Ilr Aaaoolnlril I'roaa to (be Journnl.
Wasiiinoton, April ll). A confer
envout tho white houso today between
tho president, Alger, Long and Cor
bin resulted In the confirmation of tho
orlglnul derision of tho administra
tion to at present refrain from Avail
ing Itself of tho authorization by con
grcos to organize a volunteer army of
:W,000, In addition to tho present reg
Tacoma, April. 10. The opening
games for the championship meet of
the Pacific Northwest Golf Associa
tion was played this morning. Many
contestants wcro present from Port
land, Seattle, and Victoria,
The annual dog show opened this
morning with 1C0 entries,
Tho steamship Glcnoglo will carry
live tons or beer Tor tho Philippine
Gilbert Brcu. aro moving their sure
toduy to the now banking olllce south
west corner State and Liberty street,
The new counters will bo up tonight
on the boat, and tho Unit expect to bo
open for business In the new bunk somo
They Am After Him.
A mini hunted urouud a row days to
buy u llltiv homo, when It occurred to
him that ull who had such real estute
to sell might Just as well be hunting
after him. He published a 25 centiid.
In our want column una has had llfty
pliices offered him, to say nothing of
any number or fiee buggy rides
" ' 'a i.-naiaaiaa,-a
August Iluckenstclu took tho artcr
noon train tur Portland, where he will
attend the Maccabees convention as a
Mrs, Jennie Stundish was culled to
Portland this uUornoon to visit her
slstor, Mis, Ilobt. Thompson.
Miss Ella Illrsch wus a puRsenger
rorPorltuud this afternoon to spend a
fow weeks with friends,
Wo make them tho Platlnu, en
larged portalt, latest stylo. W. P.
Rogers, 05 State utreot.
Mrs. D. C. Sherman went to Portlnd
this aflurnoon ror a two weeks visit
Mrs, Lou Hatch started today for
Olympla, for a visit with relatives
Frank Lovcll went on the uftcr
noon truln to Portland, to return this
M. II. Spencer and 1), S. Eastman
wore In tho city today from Auina
villo M. Kllngcr started for Woodburn
and Sllverton this afternoon.
Mrs. W. IL O'dell Is Visiting friends
Uut the Appeal Will Be to the Quay Ma
chine. Ilr Aaanclnleit Prvaa to (he Journal.
IlAKKisnuita, April. II). Tho lat
ballot to ho taken for United States
senator at the present session of tho
legislature was tukon today and re
sulted: Quay, 0.1; Jcnks, 8ft; Jo no GO;
not voting (1; necessary to u cholco
Tho legislature adjourns at noon to
morrow. Fourteen votes dropped away from
Senator Quay at Tuesday's Joint, bal
lot. The itnM-Uiiiir Ucmibllcaus and
tho followers or Mugeo. or Pittsburg,
combined and cast their votes for B.
F. Jones, of Pittsburg.
The strength of the deposition to
SonatorQuay was llnully measured.
Nearly every member was In hlssoat,
and thoso absent woro paired. So In
tense was tho excitement that It was
Impossible to preserve order, and tho
whispered Inquiries or visitors dls
trbucdthu harmony or the proceed
Senator. Mugce, in speaking or hi
"I believe that tho republican imrtv
Is greater than any man hi It. Tho
republicans or Pennsylvania want u
senator elected, mid If one is not
elected. 1 am sathdlcd it will mean an
uwrul political battle this rail und
posslbto do Tout. So long as there
was an earnest deslro on tho part
or Quay to be elected aud thoro was
alupoot It, I remained with him,
but when his henchmen started tho
cry ol 'Quay or nobody,' I thought It
was time tor making an effort to
elect uomo good Republican, Quay Is
uu Isipos-lblllty, und he knows It,
Just us every citizen or the state does.
1 notified him several weeks ngo thut
I would not bo a party to continuing a
deadlock, and thut Is the reason I
voted for Jones.
examination proved that a blood v(s
sel hud burst in his nose, the doctors
supposing lihi to be merely bleeding
at the nose. Mr. King ca-i consider
himself a lucky man to cacapo death.
He hud another examination made
since, and the blood vessel again be
gan to bleed. But ho is now consldercd
out or dangor by his physicians, hut It
will bo several weeks before ho can go
. h pM
MARION COUNTY NEWS.
Business Being Transacted at the Court " V
MAUUIAOK MCBNSB ISSUED. , . Ttl
John Walter "West and Elizabeth
Eloanoro Maschcr, John W. Veatch,?
F. W. hurbln. sheriff, to W. T.
Slater, us receiver of tho Wlllams &.'
England Bunking Company; laud In
blocks 24 and 32, Salem, sheriff deed
S 10.600. "ij
Joseph Ilulbort and wife to I, C.
Sutton; lot a, block 23, Yew Park ad
dition to Salem, $100.
Anton Wirth and wife to Louisa A.
O'Ncll; 10 acres !tit(Jsr3w, 120.
Annie M. Cospcr has commenced
proceedings ford I vorco against Chas.
h. Cospcr in Department No. 2.
The defendant Is one of Uncli
Sam's letter curriers and tho plaintiff
u duughter of Win Clnggctt. They
were married 'May 27, 1801. The com
plaint charges desertion on April 10.
1800, and asks for the custody of their
minor child; for $50 with which to
prosecute the suit; und $2.1 per month
GLEANED FROA ASSOCIATED PRESS
RECEIVED BY THE JOURNAL.
5 Every pair guaranteed by us and free shines thrown in,
s Krausse Bros.
! 275 COAMERCIAL St. g
5 No cheap, shoddy goods handled byus. g
We Are Headquarters
JT B J 0r
r t r i 1
ror oruninr? ioojs oi au acv
Draw cut PruningJShears.
Pruning Saws, etc, etc,
J. W. Cor. State Si Llbortor UU, Salem.
Ilr Aaaat'lnttti! I'rcaa to Ilia Jourunl.
OltKOON ClTV, April 10. This
morning M. G. Morgan, deputy lish
commission, seized a fish boat and net
fastened to tho river bank, whllo pa
trolling the Cluckumu. Tho owner
of tho boat, Louis Ilimlcr, swore out
a complaint charging Morgan with
larceny. Morgan had Hinder ar
rested for unlawfully Hulling hi a
Nearly Bled'to Death.
Mr, Tom King, engineer ut the
State prison, who has been suffering
from tho loss or blood, form the burst
ing or a blood vessel In his nose, from
which ho bled to unconsclousncs Is
again about, but vet vorv weuk and
unablo to work. Mr, King had a
cl')so call at blooding to death and
had It not bcon lor the horolo efforts
of tho physicians ho would probably
not now bo ullvo.
It seems ho was on hie way down
town to go to a meeting of tho en
gineer's uccoolutlon, when suddenly
his nnso began to bleed mid It bled
vory profusely and ho finally succeeded
In checking It sulllclontly so ho could
return to quarters at tho prison. He
went to bed In an exhausted condition
and wont to sleep, when suddenly ho
was awakened by u strangling Konia
tlon caused by tho coursing of blood
down his throat. Ho Immcdlutolv got
up and went to tho bath room and was
later found In an unconscious condi
tion from the loss of blood.
Physicians woro summoned and he
was restored to consciousness. but was
1 very weak from loss of blood, Later
Are You Ever
' ttut U It sot dus to nrTout cxbau
tlon? How can you la to courage
when xulTnrlng wltb huhcho, nory
oim proimtliui, ud -fttn itYcul
Would m Ukn to bo rid of ttU
dentrMlon of ijilrlU ?
liowr ur iouiotwc ms csum. ur :4
It renwei tb causo of your auffr
ing, tenaiiaa Itntmnvaaalllmpurltle
fmm your blood, tl.OO. AlldrucsliU.
To krtp In Rtwd hralth to tmiit
lun narfeot action of the boweli.
Ayitr'a I'll la euro constipation and
Wrlio to oui DoolarM,
Wrlla M frlr all tl pattlenlr In
vuur rain. AtldraM, Da. J. U. AlXU.
CuiOAan, April 10. May 741; cash
San Fhanoihco, April 10. May
1.0'Ji cash 1. 07 i.
"fjos. Meyers & Sons
Salem's Greatest Store.
WBDNHfilMY, AI'KIk 10, 1800.
Mircom's wiraluss tulography Is to bt trlovl on ocouu liners.
Kx Conurosiiman llllboru or Cullforoln, dlwl today at Wushhigttiii.
Germany Is sld to have oouiiltHl the pjrehusc of one of tho Curollue
Tai.i.ahabbk, Klu., April 10. Talifierro was uliMited United Stato
A Purls ouhltt says the couri of ouJ!itlnn will rejiwt rovlslon und will do
c'de uguin&t Dreyfus,
flpeaker Rsavl is to daeido ttiihiy wheihtr to remain In oongress or enter n
big Now Vork law firm.
Wetmore, a St. Louis capitalist, who has boeo forcwl out of business, dwll-
catoshts fortuuo to tkht trusts.
Pensions liuvo been granted as follews: Oregon Original, Wllllum A
Greek, ItMburg. iQ; orlginul widow's etc., Murguret A. Gill, Kugeuc, IS.
In the tjuay trial at Phlludulphla, this morning, Goldsmith, the expert
accountant fr the commonwealth, wus oullaxl to the stand and cross examlu
atlon by Shields conlluuwl.
Andrew Curnoule has promlwl to give J 1, 750,0 JO to cover the cost of the
proposed addition to tho art, Mjlor.ua and literary departments of the Cur-neu'le-
hbraiy at Ptttburg.
Senutor Henry M. Teller and Congressman John P. Sliafroth have Issued
addressos to the votero of that and udjulnlnu -stuUs, denying that the Silver
nopublleun jwrty Utlislbtogrdtiug. They hold that the uuetlty for the
prty Is just as great for the next campaign m It wus for the hint, and pro
bounce ubaurd the statement that the members or tho tarty it re going to the
II Aabiiitliitril I'ri-aa In Hie JoiiriiMl
Pokti.ani), Iml., April 10 Tho or
phans home at liurnn, Adams ecunty,
was burned. A panic was caused
among 67 Inmates All were refuuod
hut three, who were burned to death
The lire started from thu stove on the
third Moor und swept tlirouuh thu
building with grout Intensity. Dim
ugo to homo $5,000.
g This wuuk our entire lino of New
S lioblnetH Xntliugliuiiia Irish Point,
The Hncit chain wheel ever turned out of a factory
Harlforda, strictly high grade, S35, ,'
Videttes, fully guaranteed, S25Jand S26,
SROAT St WILSON.
There's Great Danger
In allovlng your yes to paw yearly
without huvlng Ihi'in oxumlned. It
does not cost you unythliiif to call ni
our store and have them fxamlned by
a graduate option uud if glassy ure
needed we can supply llieiu too ut
moderato cost. We repair spectacle
aud eye glasses at rouwmuble prlres. If
only bent out of shape we truluhten
IIEBatAN W. ISAint,
118 HTA.TD tiTiltWT.
( nt pair iJulle'
att black tilt KUUtf
urtti ull of e,
In swell new pat.
terns fancy worst
eds, hair lines,
checks, eta, per
$2 to $7.
A lovely new lino of hlub art ling
orlu at popular prices.
(fS$fflupil fif fpSXjf t(fO(
our JIbdH mmI
lug iihm win en
UtdttHM ol tf uU
n- iui nura iiiiiik
I A wr foiMllllnus MprMMkl
uim t4 tloketa. G6rno.
muko your purOhnaO,
Imported Suateli MuJras exclui
278 -280 Commercial St,
WE CLOSE AT
The Old White Corner.
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