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THE NEW YORK RACKET
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Crash Hats, -25c
And they are neat patterns too.
have tl)o finer grades If you want
MEN'S BICYCLE SUITS, 2.70, 53.35,54.50, and 55.75
MEN'S BICYCLE PANTS, 51.2551.70 ,5215
MEN'S CRASH SUITS, 52.40 to 53.65
MEN'S CRASH PANTS; $1.00
t The New
SAVES YOU MONGYjON EVERY PU RCHASE.
yWe CIcbo nt 6 o'oloolc, except
h """ -
DIFFERENT STYLES of Stripes, Plaid
and Fancy Silks of all Grades. Call
and order from Samples and get it bran
new. Don't buy old shelf worn silks.
We also have a nice line of
A nice line of Notions, and
309 North Commercial Street.
te. Vk W.kWVKK.KW. fe lb, few th. te w. .
I, fc r bMMr
h "ii3S59jgsy yCsSis
. n-1 ----a -j .rtfim . itt.-i ..rfifrl
fl Plying Top
Gien away with each pair Children's shoes it costs
no more to wear a pair of our hue up to date shoes
than you pay others for old 'stock.
Sec our Men's Tan und Hlack
See our Men's Tun and Hlack
See our Men's Tan ana Illuck
Every pair guaranteed by us
275 COMMERCIAL St.
No cheap, shoddy goods handled by us.
We Are Headquarter,
lfi V "iiiT i ft A f tiff &
Of course we
them at -15c
Wo have a tine line or Gent's Dressy Summer
Shirts, Don't forget thoso "Star fi Star"
Shoes. We have them In all tho"Up-to-Dato"
styles. Our customers have learned from ex
perience that the
plain Silks of all colors.
Hosiery, and Underwear
In Black, Drown and Whlto.
NEW SHOE STONE
' State St. Sai.km, Okr.
Froo Slilnos to Customers.
cs aa otu ktj n att
Viol (v $.'100 worth 31.00,
Viol (i $2.50 worth $3.50.
Vlcl (a $2 00 wotrh $3.00.
and free shines thrown in. B
For pruning tools of all
Draw cut PruningShears
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
N. w. Cor. State & Liberty su, Salem.
JtVSiNrV sm sv .
. 001 M
Otis Hopes to Report De
cided Iniprovment Soon,
Governor Lind Receives, a Mysterious
Ily Axorlntoil I'rr.i ( the Jmiriuil.
Washington, April 20.,-Secrctary
Aigcr received a reply from General
Otis to the inquiry as to whether the
reinforcements proposed to he sent to
him to relieve the volunteers would
bcsulllclcnt for the purpose of the
campaign, Otis replied In the af
firmative. Too program for the movement of
regulars to Manila and volunteers
homeward will be carried out accord
ing lo Oils' statement contained In
the dispatch of yesterday. Otis adds
to the message the hopeful remark
that he expects very shortly to be
able to report a decided Improvement
In the situation at the Philippine.
Washington, April 20. The vol
unteers in the Philippines will return
home It. the order tu which they
sailed for Manila. The date upon
which each troop sailed Is as follews:
May 25, First California, Second
Oregon, and detachment. California
artillery. June 2), A and U Utah ar
tillery; Tenth Pennsylvania; First
Colorado, and First. Nebraska. June
20. First North Dakota, Kith Minne
sota, First Idaho, and First Wyoming.
July 11), First Montana. July 2.1.
First South Dakota. October 10,
First Washington. October 27,
Tv cnlleth Kansas. October 30, Flri-t
jTeuncssee. November:!, Fifty Flrt
Iwa. November U, .troop Nevada
cavalry. November 0. F.r.t Wyoming '
St. Paul, April 20.-Govemor
Lind received the following cable
gram from Manila teday:
'Tho regiment must be ordered
Personals and Cdrrenf Euenls.
GLEANED FROA ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS
RECEIVED BV THE JOURNAL.
THUltmiAY, April "20, 1800.
Tluimas Logan, an Astoria pioneer, Is dead.
Congressman Sherman or New York is a candidate for speaker If Ilted
At Ha 1 iwell, Me , I). P. Llvermore, the oldost telegrapher In tho conn
try, died, aged 01,
! A graduate of the University if Oregon, Prnfofsor Wi rtman was elected
i professor of paleontology, Yule college.
1 Counsel for Senator Quay announced that thoy would not oiler tcstl
'mouy. The case will go to the Jury this afternoon.
I G. C Piatt, of San Fra cUco. has successfully laonohod, and is to make a
practical tC!toti a larger sialo, Insurance against uuavoidablu lossof employ
Chairman Hull, of tho houie cominittto on mlllltary affairs, exproos the
opinion that, In view of the pruont conditions in tho Phlllpplnos, the pros
1 dent will have to call for more troops.
! riic Cnlcugo Trsdc lluilotln, conceding nil tho damage claims or the tUU
Iwtween Ohloniud the Missouri river, ostlmatos that tho winter wheat crop
pr imlsas to be 327,000,000 busheU or Wi.OOO.i'OO los1 than hist. year.
A dhpaich to the New York Herald from London says: General Lav
ton's withdrawal from the Philippine towns and his htutuiucut that It wou'd
tak fully 100,000 troop to establish ordir in the ir lands, have nmiimd much
iiiiorftst In England
; Tho Westminister Giuaellc say: "It Is Instructive fur us who hac boon
, through It all to follow the developments of American Imperialism. The hoi
, tit Is at this moment being followed by the cold tit. The truth Is, the task
' found u iuoro formidable one than the government supposed, und that Presi
dent McKlnley, who balks constantly-1 n fear of a reaction, shrinks from
, measures necessary to push it f url her:
j At a second Uryan $1 dinner In New York last night Dr. McGlynn said In
ipart: "Thore Is today a slavery worse tnan chattel slavery. That Is lndu-
! trial slavery. 1 believe that a man should bo more than a machine; more
i than a moro brulo of tho fields If aoy one tolls vou that we reformer would
J destroy the right or property, tell hm that he tolls not the truth. We would
jglvo lo every Industrial corporation, ir you will, Just wbat It produces. No
j government bus a right or rrariohUu ereatod by the poople In perpetuity, and
posterity has a rlrfht to spit upon such u grant."
! Mode J 57
.Jhe finest chain wheel cVer turnrd out of a factory,
Hartfords, strictly high grade, 535,
Vidcttcs, fully guaranteed, $25 and $26,
SOAT St WILSON.
nnd mustered out ut once (Sinned)
Officers of the Regiment."
Governor Llnd said ho waB unad
vised as to the exigencies at Manila
and wholly In the dark as to the real
slgnllicauec of the message, Jt came
In cipher unsolicited und Its terms
were as unlntelllulbfo to him, as they
were to the public.
New York, April 20. A special to
the Trlbuno from Washington says:
Four thousand regulars are to bo
sent to reinforce General Otis at
Manila as soou as the necessary mar
ine transportation can be secured. It
Is not expected that the bulk of re
inforcements nan reach-Manila until
tho end of the rainy season, which has
Just begun but they will follow the
departure from the Philippines: of
With regulars already, ordered and
on the way to Manila, General Otis
will hare an effective force of thirty
five thousand men by tho tlmo aggres
sive operations can be pressed In carl;
If the Insurrection continues In
Luzon at least thirty thousand troops
will bo required there for tho cam
paign that will be undertaken, the
remaining tlye thousand gol.ig to gar
rison the chief places which have
been opened to foreign trade.
The oflloluls of the navy depart
meut are conlideut that such of the
men of the Yorktown as escaped be
ing killed outright In the first ambus
cade will bo well treated by tho Insur
gents. Some time ago the war department
made an Inquiry as lo the number of
American prisoners held by tho Fil
ipinos. In reply, General Otis referred
t three soldiers, and said that they
were being fairly treated by tho In
surgents, he supplying funds to de
fray the, cost of their food.
MANDAMUS SUIT UROUQHT.
Salem'. New Auctioneer's Ordinance
Be Tested in Court.
Crawford & Crawford, attorneys (ir
.1, F. Goode, today served the papers
on Recorder Judah In mandamus pro
ceed In gs to compel that otliccr to Is
sue to Mr. Goodo un auctioneer's li
cense under the old ordinance, whoh
llxocl the fee at $50 per year. Thoy
claim that the new ordinance wax riot
legally passed, because tho new city
charter was not In effect at the
time of its passage. The
suit Is brought to test tho question
whether the old or the new ordinance
Is In force and effect, Tho chafter
provision authorizing It Is thcsam'uln
both now and old charter. Mr. Goodc
made a tender or W0 for a yearly
license March 20, but us the ordinance
iiiMkniinlnii lw fnn 1 1 flt')irt Ittid lAnn
pimc( P(lbrlI1ry Uccor(Jcr
.liiuah rcfuKcu f. issue tno Maine
I Udoii this act Is based the action of
Mr. Gondo's attorneys.
Recorder Judah will report the
matter to the city council who will
Instruct hliu what steps to taico to
meet the suit.
THURSDAY APRIL 20,
4 O'CLOCK EDITION,
Itlinnrfant Tplpfrroim Rprmv.iH
too Late tobe Classifiied.
llr Annnclntrtl rrcaa l (1m .luiiriiitl.
Chioago, April 20.-Coluiybus Ful
ler, enrouto from Walla Walla, Wash.,
to visit his son nt Dayton, Ohio," died
today on the Pan-handlo passenger
train ten miles out of Chicago
St, Paul, April 20.-A Winnipeg,
Manltoba,speclal to the Dispatch suys:
aspeolal dispatch to tho Free Prcs
from Victoria says tho stcamor
Aorangl fiom Australia brings news
of tho arrest of thpeomtuundor of tho
Gorman warship Falke, at Apia for
supplying arms to Mataafa. Thour
rest was mado by tho British com
mander. Philadelphia, April 20. The
Quay case went to the Jury at-3
Colouauo Springs. Colo,, April 20.
The cable adylces reiolved by the
Gazette annnunco the actual salo of
tho Independence nunc to an English
syndicate. Tho prlco Is sahl to bo
$10,000,000. Tho deal Is the greatest
In the history of American mining.
London, April 20, Largo crowt
of people gathered within the pre
clnts of Wcstmltntcr nbbcy to wit
ness the marriagcnf Lady Margaret
Primrose, youngest daughter of tho
Earl; of Kosobery, to the Earl or
Orcwe. The guests Included the
Prince of Wales and the leaders of so
IlAtiitisiiuito, Pa.. April 20. Tho
session of the general assembly ad-
J 'iifm d at nojn to 'ay. As tho 1 gl g
lature railed to pass bills fctr tho
ordinary expenses of the stato- gov
ernment probably an extra session
will be called.
St. Louis, April 20.-Oapt. J. W.
Uryan, a well -known river pilot, lelt
today for New Orleans to bring the
old gun boat Nashvllln up tho Miss
issippi rlter to St. Louis.
Grtut preparations are being made
to R'cJvo the boat and tho' dav of ar
rival w ,11 be declared, a public holiday.
Federition of Labor.
We Ul'cve the federation of labor
will tielp t lio city or Salem by the
means of patronage. Not live per cent
o' thcelgan consumed In Salem iUC.
manufacture 1 here. There are but
four workmen employed, whereas thoio
should bo rorty-livo or tlfty, This
rule will apply to our furniture factory
woolen mill and all other lines. Show
me a place Miat has no labor organiza
tion and 1 will show you a dead burg;
fur In union there is strength.
Come to our meeting InPopularllall,
l rlday evening. All nrq cordially In
vited and welcome.
Fuud La Uklle.
Report of the Condition
Of Tho Capital National Hank of
Salem, at Salem, In this Stato of
Oregon, nt thu close of business,
April o, 1SIIH.
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1.8 llomlit lo mnru circulation...... I9.UJ0 ft.
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H"nl:liiKlioiiHB, (urnllurt), nml llv
tnroa...... ........ .. -.
Ouitr ri.'Ml nntuin nnil iiioriKHKVii
Due from ktluuil Ilnnlc (not Hioro
Duu ironi Statu ILinki und II inker".
Duo f. nm upiirovod ro crvo auniLi
Cliifk" mud other rnuli ilviim ......
Km'hiinjdHi fot clfnrluB'limi'c
NiitoM or ullior Nutliniiil Hank
I'motlunnt inper ciirrono), nlckoU,
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3, HI 40
II, Via 8J
litWHIWIUUU IVVnUITOIII JHII1K, VI.
sh;uIm...... M,4h;i 71
LKMcnilur nntci, S,93fi tf)
t'.B. Uurtl'ii of DviMwIt for
Irual tonilom GJ.419 71
II ilmniillon fund with U. H. TronVr
(5ircenl of olrouliitlon). . S.W 00
Duo from V. H, Trwm'r, ollii-r than A
Cupltnl l'itk wlil In
f 76,000 l
nurpiun i ii ii i .
Umllvlilvl linlllU, llifil HIH'IIMW Hllll
M iKllll. ...... . ......
Nnlluiiui Jlauk n nt on oiltMniKllliK
. V.IW 'I.
HlHti-Iltnk i lite i ouliUllilliiK-
Due In ollinr Nutloniil IMiika
DuutuHtmu lliuil nail llankorit
DlVlllfllllll lllllHlll . . ......
Individual "toil i.iU miblw't lo ohmik
IHjnisiiil riirtllicHl. hoi ilminait
Tim irflrtlfirntiiiif ilmnHift
irtinwi UiiH'kn ....
(1 iUt' I'lu-eka out.'anuliK
I ulleil Milr 'It'luoil
I4lKllKof l.H ilUliiimlliK olllimra .
Kill mid hllU rfOlxoiiiitml
I.UullltHMi OlIllT Hutu llfl hIhum
mirIk (il iiimhi", luiiiity of JUrutii, r
I. Sum. II Alhlll. lUtlilur llf lllf tl
Hit tho atom
hat til' uImim
. mi i.mik. do iH)iilr Nwr Hint U' iil
ilUlnit to lh lMt of my kuowlodKi
Ji 11. Af.IIKUT
rlHlMir" tivt hoiii to before me tills 3)ili
1. . junior fciriar)' I'iiMIp for Oregon,
UKO. I'. UODORIIH
There s Great Danger
lu allowing your eyes to p.i jearh
without having them examined I
does not cost you utiythhg to rail nl
our store and have tiieui t-xoiloed bj
a graduate option und tf u)ases art
needed wo can supply them too at
moderate cost. Wo reoalr HMotacle
and eye glasciat leasooablo prlcos. li
only boot out of shaie wo 'irulghton
IIEI13IAX Ar. 'JtAlllt,
110 BT&Tif aTRDITV.
j Would Rather do to Oregon Penitentiary
i Ttun Ba HanSed In Colorado,
Tho Portland county J.iller has ro.
ci'ivcil a letter from .1, S. Hoy, dated
ni LiiHiorc, Colo,, In which the writer
oxjressoi satlsict Ion a the captuio
Of IlllrrV.Tnil'.V. Mill llinn dim' cnrvlm, I
n long term In t he Saltiu penitent lary
"llu is one or thu trio who killed my
brother on March I, 1803, writes Hoy.
"Tho act was a most cowardly one.
rracy Is a case or total depravity:
there Is not a single ledecinlng trait
in ills tnakc-up. He has forfeited nil
right to live, and Is utterly reckless
und desperate fie has no regard for
human life. He Is a conscience-
scarred vllo monster, whom to kill
should secure any man's eternal sal'
Don'i. trust him ono moment. Chain
him to un anvil und treat as he docs
others. Hanging Is tu good for him,
"1 was the justice- of tho peace bo
roro whom his prellmlnnry examin
ation was conducted ror the killing of
Valentine S. Hoy. It was thconlnlon
of all present that a more licurtlcis
Indifferent human devil never llycd.
"When you people get through with
mm if no is above ground we want
lt'was immediately arter this pro
llmlnery examination that Tracy
broko Jail, and all clew to him was
loif, latl he a arnsted in Pi r lai tl
for a sorles or desperate crimes.
Tho ruregultig letter explains why
ho bo readily pleaded guilty when ar
raigned In thn criminal court In this
city. Ills career In Portland reached
the Colorado authorities soon after
his arrest, and ho preferred serving
time In tho Oregon stato prison to
hanging In Colorado.
That Delayed Train.
Tho ItO'icburg local that did not
roach Salem until lute Wednesday af
ternoon, was I'elaycd by u broken
brake hanger on tho engine.
STATE HOU3E HAHPENINQS.
Olive 12. Hudson, of Jacksonville,
aged 2.') years, an epileptic, and Muttle
M. Huckncr, or Astoria, aged 17 years,
were brought to tho asylum today.
Gov, Gecr today Issued an order to
turn oyer Dave G. Thorp, hold at
Portland, to J. O. Ford, agent of tho
stale, upon requisition from the gov
ornor or California; lie Is wanted at
San Francisco ror grand larceny.
Governor Geer today Issued two
pardons to incii nerving long tlmo In
thu Oregon Penitentiary. Ono was
for L. F. Gardner, sentenced In Juno,
1807, to servo 8 years for rape. He wan
postmaster and store ! keeper at Mon
1 tor. at tnu time, ills petition was
.Igticd by Judge liurnntt, Dlst. Atty.
Huydcn and nil thu Jury convicting
it tn( claiming gruyo doubts us
10 his having committed the
crime, The other inau made free
is Wm, Lludgrcn, u Finn from As
toria, whn In 1BD-1 was sentenced 1ft
years for mayhem. Tho reason ror
his pui-den Is alo lack or proof that
he t'liiiiiiilticd tho offence.
It was lepurlnd that thu second
warden nl llu penitentiary would to-
Ijos. Meyers & Sons,
Salem's Greatest Store.
5 1 1 1 11 .11 -
This week our enllro
II 110 of Now
A lovely new lino of high art ling
erie nt popular price,
278 280 Commercial St.
WJ2 OLOSJS AT
Makes the food more
novn mniHd powctR eo., ntw yo.
day be appointed, but such proves to
be not thecae. Gov. Gccr statcl that
the man had bscn selected for this i
place, but would not yotbe announced, j
In the sii rcmu court the casn or!
The Flrsi National bank of Hillebiiro
vs. Lizzie A. Mack and W. A. Mack, j
appeal from Washington county waH
argued and submitted. I
Tliomas II. Tongue attorney ror
bank and Win. M. Cako attorney for
MARION COUNTY NEWS.
Business Dclng Transacted at the Couit
Fred Schlndler was this morning
commlled to thu asylum. He Is a na
tive of'SwItzerland, aged 22, and tits
hallucination Is that ho Is partner In
a bank, and has unlimited funds at his
DKKDS KTU. KU.KI).
Hernhurdt Grimm toOottlob Noack
ut il, Tho 0 of s i or u w 1, hcc. 7.
t tl, s r I cast. $1200.
I). L. Coryell, to V, H, Coryell I aero
In set; 2d t I), s r :i east. $.10.
Tho will or Albert Schneider, ric-
ceased, has been probated, and A. D,
Gardner, who Is named therein us ex
cculor, lias been duly appointed as
such. The estate Is valued at $2,00,
and tho beneficiaries earned ate Iryliii
Schneider Und wire, Mary M. Jacobs
Albert Schneider, Fdwutd Schneider
ti'id Minnie Gurdncr.
John A. Molntlro, executor of the
estate of Leonard II, Judsou,deceiucd,
has tiled the Inventory Hf tUe estate,
mado by W. W. Culycr. Jucob Oencer
and G. W, Jory, appraisers. The total
an estate valuation foots up to 91,-
II. A. Thomas was yesterday ap
pointed administrator or tho estato of
Thomas La Lond, deceased, In pluco
of Leo Willis deceased. La Loud left
valued at 81000.
Charles McKcy, guardian of W, P.
McKey tiled un account In tho probato
court vesturdiiy and 11 petition request
nig the dlschargu of the guardian, tho
Mild ward having regained his health.
An'lnventoryoftho estato of Mary
Mlekol, deceased, was yestcrduy tiled
by ttio appraisers, J. W. Thornberry
H. A. Nathan und W, S. Tuylor, who
estimate the proporty ut $100.
L J. Adams yesterday tiled his final
account us administrator or tho estate
01 a. iuuuogo jr.
Straw lints, Crush hats In nil stylos
and crush and other grades of mot'd
and hoys uaps, In largo quantity, at
Tho New York Uuckot, usual racket
prices on all our goods. Call and get
bargain. 20 2t,
'uuta n pair.
Inn hlack Hub kniiho
In our t u' Doiuirlintut. A
mu iMWUtum il w
41ltIwWll l HUM III
imr Slew wu 'y niiuuii-
In tl Ht will mil
no mm luim
(1110 u Im
a p r.'dljiaiit lu lli
Aa ier vtindltluni enpriNMail
I uioti tlio ttokPI. Corrio,
muko your purohauo.
delicious and wholesome
ASK VOLUNTEERS RETURN.
iane county urces Governor Oeer
A well-attended meeting was held
at tho Eugene courthouse to tnl
actlun toward hastening ir possible,
tho return or the volunteers frutu
Manila. Mayor Harris presided. Tlje
rollowlng rcsolutluu8 were adopted.
"Whereas, the parents or many dr
the volunteers at Manila rrotu this ,
county are noxious to have tholr boys
come homo, ror the reason that many
orttic boys are minors and ought to
llnlsh their education.
"Whereas, they have completed the
work ror which they volunteered.
"Whorcas, tlie president has prom
ised to muster out tho voluntccis its
soon as possible,
"Uesolvcd, by tho citizens or Lane
county, In convention usscmbled,That
tho covernor convey to the proper
authorities thai it Is tho desire of
said gitlzcns that said bovs bo al
lowed to return tiomn as early us po
slblo. It Is further
"He-olved, by said citizens, That
they do notcrltlso tho United Stato
government In thu management of
the war, but believe that everything
has been and is being duuo to promote
tho honor, dignity und welfare of tho
American people, and all of iho pco
plo with which our government, on ac
count, or the war, has had to deal."
Mayor Harris was directed to up
point a committee or three personally
to present these resolutions to Gov
U your lilooit 11 Imnuro tnvn vou i
urowi'Akaml languid) rour nprtlt
u ioor una your iweci
cmua u wcaa
loucunnoiiioepweiiand tlut morn
ing 11 ml you uniiropoml ror lue
work of tlio day Your cbcekl ar
ivtleana jour coinniexion la tallow.
Vou oro troubled vrlthjilmp(f,l)lli,
or aoine rtuptlon of t&e akin, Why
not purify our blood If
I'otl oro troulileil with nlinnfe. tmlli. I
W C II
will do It. Take u a few ilays. Von
vrlllMHin reel batter In errrywny.ior ;
iroou,uuii your nerves uruujr. fj.w.
If rouam lilllom. take Arer'i I'ltU.
I Thoy Rroittly aid tho rlartaiiarllU. I
j'ney euro oiiniiiaiiou,io. itico,
IUo u box, Tor aaio by alt druggUta.
Writ tna doio froelj all lha parUo. I
lllui In ynur Vou "III rcla a I
prompt reply, wltlionl rnti. AiKirt.i,
. J. O. AYliU.Low.il. Mata.
CMGAon, April 20,-May '.74;v,cash
San Fkanoirco. April 20. May
1 0SJ1 cash 1.071
Grip li (laying thouiandi of victim.
Dr. Milei' Nervine It curing thousand.
In swell new pat
terns rauoy worst
eds, hair linos,
checks, etc, pof
$2 to $7.
New Sliif ts
Imported Ssn'aih MaU exclus
2dc to 76?,
iittrr.'. tj 1 w w
The Old White Corner.
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