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SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY APRIL 21, 1899.
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
for them. .
The largest assortment of
Men's Pants: Regular sizes,
extra sizes and tra longs .
No matjer what size you call
for we have them. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Is Jot Only Ac-
to Persia F
4 O'CLOCK IS
But Appointed Senator by
Salem Woolen Mill
Beef Court Will Not Order Proceed
ings Against Miles.
On all lines of Spring Goods. We
are selling the same quality as
others ask you S3 for, for 2.5(1
n trhro nn ihn vtr:iitrlir dis-
count lor cash and offer no premiums and do not have to
cinch you on the shoes to get even. Our 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.
C4H 1soaci nf An'nlnnk. nxnnnt Saturday.
llr Aoolnlril 1'rea to the Joiiriiitl.
Philadelphia,. April 21. The Jury
tlmt went out last tilwlit Iti the Quay
conspiracy crises, returned u verdict
thin mornlni; of nut uullty.
IlAitiusuuiui, April 21. Shortly af
ter noon today, Governor Stone ap
pointed Matthew Stanley Qnny as
senator, to servo until the next ses
sion of the legislature. The appoint
ment Is ndrircfscd to the president of
the Uoltcd States, and It Is stated In
a letter to bo uiudc under the author
ity of clauso 2, section 3, article ),of
the constitution of the United States.
I'Phn clause referred to Is the one
iin-ier which Gov. Lord appointed II.
V. Corbett. or Oregon.
I'hiIjAUKU'HIA, April 21. M. S.
Ouay was today declared by the Jury
not tni 1 1 ty of the cliurtio of conspiracy
to use for his own unlawful -gain and
profit the funds of the state deposited
In the People's bank of this city. Til
court oillccrs were unable to keep back
tho struggling crowd that pressed
forward to congrutulute Quay when
tho verdict of the Jury was announced
II Anaoolntcil l'rc to the Jonriinl.
Washington, April 21, Kx-Goy6r
nor William Pain Lord, of Oregon,
has declined the tender of the mission
to Persia. Govornor Lord was an ap
plicant Tor tho Peruvian Mission,
l.turVn r.nrrl wns nut. un nnnllnant
for any diplomatic position, llo was
tendered the position to Peru nnd ac
cepted It. It proved to liavo been
Persia, the error having been mado In
transmitting the original telegram
making tho tender of the position 1
lly Asmiclnteil l'rc to tho Journal,
Pana, Ills., April 21, The muti
lated body of Miss Jane Brunot, a
wealthy woman of Dann, lnd., was
found burled In an abandoned well on
a. farm, today. Mrs. Anna Brunot,
her son Henry, and Frederick Sibley
arc under arrest charged with mur
der. The chief says tho persons under
arrest decoyed Miss Urunot to tho
farm, shot, her and burled the body
lu a well.
Repulsed By Amer
One More Oregon Volunteer
German Cruisers Are Ordered
) Samoan Waters.
f mw mmm" b' w" 0m BBC lV
ffWf THE CiREATCST
In Black. Drown rtncl Whlto.
NkV Youk, April 21. A special to
tho Herald from Washington fcuys:
"General Miles will not altogether
bo sustained by the llndlngs of tho
beef court of Inqnlry, If tho general
opinion about the war department is
correct. Such Information as can be
gathered, tends to Indlcato that the
report, will not completely sustain all
the allegations of Miles, nor will It
completely dismiss them.
Onnnnonts of Miles expected tho
court would find his allegations, with
out foundation and would recommend
that proceedings be Instituted against
him. These expectations will not bs
realize! und rrobablllty Is the couit
will not recommend any further pro
ceedings against Miles or any one
Before Governor Gcer on
Question of Return,
Friday at 10 a. m. was tho time set
by Governor Gecr for hearing petitions
Iroui perrons who arc Interested In
the return of the Oregon boys from
The expected delegations were not
In evidence at that time, however, nor
had the ollleo been Hooded with peti
tions. As the afternoon failed th bring the
oxnected committees and delegations,
It is nrobuble that the late news from
Washington lias Influenced the people
to await developments for awhile.
A communication bourliu on'
tho subject was received by the gov
ernor this morning; and cxplaliiH
llS(!lr, POIITI.ANI), April 20, 18011.
To HI" ExoolW'licy, tlnv. T. T. (Iir,
Dkau Silt: Ah president or the
Oregon uiuergency corns and lied
Cross society or roriianu, 1.11.01 umi'
It would certainly bo In accordance
with my feelings, and, 1 trust, not
deemed an Impropriety by you, 11 J
extend my congratulations to you
niiiin liui HLund which vou have taken
rmrn rill 111? Mid return tlf OUT lllCtl tO
tiipir resnectlvc homes after their
year of sorirtces at Manila.
Tho majority of one thousand
women who constitute tho above or
ganization iiro unxiom that those men
should be sent home. Many
have sons there; many havo sons
lying there, who will never come
home; but I am sure that 1 voice tho
general feeling wheu I say that the
tlnulo of their glorious work must be
an honorable dlschargo, when the
goveriifiio t Ins no longer u pressing
need for their services.
That It is and win iw a long aim
tedious tasrf which our government
has undertaken, and which hooms lu
have been ours by Inheritance and
destiny, fow people will doubt. And 1
um proud that tho chief executive
olllcer of tho Stato of Oregon has so
staunchly given his moral support to
.nr iHiViirnnipnl . ntul lllsil honored Oil'
men at tho front, la this trylug hour.
II 7 Aaaoclnti-tl Vrttn to the .fiiurnnl.
Manila, April 21. A force of aboui
two hundred rebels yesterday after
noon, attacked tho outposts of the
Washington regiment, near Tagulg,
south or Paslg and Pateros. Tho two,
companies Immediately engaged tho
enemy and advanced Into the open In
skirmish order. Tho rebels were
checked and routed, after two hours
hard lighting leaving 12 men killed on
the lleld and several wounded. The
American troops obtained possession
of somo Mauser rllles and many other
weapons. Three Americans wero
NEW SHOE STORE
01 statu St. Salkm, Okf.
Froo Shlnos to Customers.
BBiMtrBilWlMKMBH " HB,I"SBJ""IIBI,,"J'
ft. Flying Top f
? Given away with each pair Children's shoes it "costs
. - : .. . v a... .4 ltvi r r inra .vmumv
no more to wear a pair ui um uw up iu uiw p
than you pay.others for old Uock.
See our Men's Tan and Hlack Viol (A WOO worth ji.w.
See our Men's Tan and Hlack Vlcl (i 82.M worth 3.fi0.
See our Men's Tun und Black Viol (rf $2.00 wotrh WOO.
5 Every pair guaranteed by us and free shines thrown in. a
s jsrausse crus.
! 275 COAAERCIAL St.
? Nn cheaD. shoddy jroods handled by us.
.We Are Headquarters
For pruning tools of all de
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
N. W. Cor. State ti Liberty SU Salem.
Personals and Current Evenls.
GLEANED FROM .ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS
RECEIVED BY THE JOURNAL-
fKIUAV Al'HIL 21 1800.
The window glnt-s trust has advanced pricos tcnperconU
Three cases of yoilow favor developed yesterday at Havana,
n,.mn,FiniuiH Kiuulit the Lake Superior Iron mines at lfljuwuilng.
Tho playOyrano do Horgornc Is U be prosented In Portland next wcok.
rp,.nv,.i ,.mnr fnntorv iit Venturu. Gal., has been sold to the sugar
I trust for l,f00,000.
Among thejurors drawn fcrthe May term of court at Portlund Is the
' nauio of Sylvostar Ponnoyer, "Milkman."
1 Roar-Admiral Schley and Cupt Evans will attend the Detroit convert
Ulon of tho Sons of the American Involution.
; . ..,..i..nnrnita. iinv. .inR. H. Illcnk. S. M. of Pes Molnos. lowi'',
...... ,.,,.intii hvtl'inPitne to Auditor of the Sou of Cuba and Porto
In the trial of Kx-Socretary MuKarland or Iowa, It la proven that his cm.
(.ployes recelveil less than was allowed them by tile state, no gcuinn inu u
', ' Oregon ponslors have boon granted as follew: Original, William II.
I Whitney, Gold Hill, 83; Charlos E. Arnold. Uarwn, M Relsme, special April
5 (special act). Michael I.annMti, nunungtou, -.
I Sortronnt-Major Albrooht.of the German Army MaH boon urrosted at
liromlwrg, Prussia, and taken In chains to the BUte prison, ue is cuurguj
with treason in furnishing Russian agent with detailed plans of German
formications and plans for mobilizing tho German. army.
ThctelograiirrrMuVlolorlu that tho commander of the German cruiser
b-en arrested at A pia-hy the IlrltlMi nayal commander was at oncoMouuj
w-iL hid. bv the Washington ntilclals. Both Secretary Long andeoretary
AiUPr cxnrpssed their dWx-llof I n-the accuracy of the report
Manila. April 21. At 0 o'clock this
morning, three companies of the
South Dakota regiment marched from
Rucaye and in conjunction with three
cmipvilivs of the Minnesota regiment
from Utiglnto, north of Bocuve, en
coun c 'd the rebel force, numbering
fully r00 men when two miles out
Tho enemy retired three miles in
falrlv iffiod order. In snlto of M10 fact
fiat they sullercd very heavy lossc.
The Americans, having exhausted
their ammunition, were compelled to
return to their camps.
The heat Is'lntcnse. At noon today
the Micriiiotuontor registered 05 de
grees, and the mercury Is still rising.
Several prostrations from Heat among
troops arc rcportcd.but only one man
was wounded. Later In the nay the
army tugs opened tiro on tho enemy
along tho rlvor banks.
Tho rebels wero unusually active
from Mulolos as far as Caliimplt.
They havo been bard at jvork on the
trenches and several new trenches
havo been discovered within two
miles of tho railroad. Largo ilrcs arc
burning cast of the railroad and It
would nnpear that tho rebels arc
evacuating the foothill towns In an
ticipation or no nttuct upon part of
tho American troops.
Washington, April 21 Additional
casualties at Manila arc us follows'
Wounded Second Oregon, April 17,
Company A, Prlwuo W. O. Walker,
London, April 21 A dlspmcli trom
Shanghai says the German cruiser
Ocllon Is ordored to proceed to Apia,
und Samoa, aftvr embarking an extra
supply of ammunli Ion at Kiiiu Ul.ou,
China, and that, another cruisir is to
San Qukktin, Oal. April 21. -!.
C, Owens was hanged today fir the
murder of his wife In 1807. lie con
fessed the crime on the gallons-
Washington, April 21. following
was received teday: "Manila, Tin
troop) aro abundantly supplied and
sickness, wounded Included, Is only
seven and fraction of a per oct.t of the
commat.d," (signed), Otis.
Yuiia, C'al., April 21. An Insane
man, Richard Willis confined In the
Miurt house, tired the- building todny
and was burned to death. Tho county
J ill was also destroyed. No prlsoneiB
'rc in the Jail.
AuitOKA, 111 , April 21.-Tho St.
Paul llyor, or the. Burlington road
went. into a ditch seven miles west or
hcr.1 last night, killing one miw, In
luring tho others and wrecking the
Hbw Yohk, April 21, Tho Mazot
Investigating committee resumed Its
session this morning.
Some Good Words,
The San Francisco Chronicle prints
Ex.Govornor Lord's portraltand aftor
paying him a high compliment on his
appointment to tho Persian mis
slon, concludes with the fol
lowing Just werds: "Mr. Lord,
while 11 "man of decided abil
ity, a great lawyer and of solioluily
tastes, (louoticss owes ins success 111 a
measure to his porsonal qualities, for
he Is genial, warmhearted and
withal a gentleman. Another
element or factor, Indopondcnco lu
politics has pronauiy neipcii mm.
Aftci scouring a root hold In his
adopted statu ho returned cast and
married Miss Juliet Montague, of
Baltimore, Md., 11 hansomo woman,
a brunetto with blue-black halr.grace
rully tall, well born, and highly edu
cated. Willi mental endowments of
a high order sho lias social acquire
ments that maku her an exceptionally
attractive woman. This gifted wife
if his has. It may he, assisted him lu
Mi,. iiMiiiniiimit of hi 4 ambitious, a
llko curcuiiustaucc of importance In
tho lives of many other public men.
r Absolutely IHjre
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
ROYM, BAIN(1 KWPf CO., l vo.
MARION COUNTY NEWS.
1 foreclosure, rcfault against John
Bake and 0. M. Baker, his wife.
Wednesday evening 27 ladlus or
Masonic families signed tho implica
tion Mr a charter for 1111 Eastern Star
loduo atStayton. As soon as It can
be obtained the applicants will bo In
troduced to membership and oillccrs
elected. This Is the ninth secret so
ciety to bo organized here, Tlio
Masonic fraternity Is well represented
and amoui! Its members arc many
prominent men of tho stato, Including
tho past grand master or uregon,
Hun. W. N. llobson.of Surcm.
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Geo. B. Gray. City; S. L. Biioj Ilor
iiiuuu Turn', Bakwr City: V. J Mitch
ell, M. E Wiley, E. D. Soveri.. Ilonj.
Lutx. Adnlph Will, V. W. Frledladder,
GeoIC Burton, Geo. B. Iloiidilckson,
San Francisco; W. W. Brlttow, Cor
vallls: M. Klorshn'ilr, Chicage: l
Will. Cms. Heck, Sr., Aurora',0. s.
Car. G. Phvaii'i. Bilso City: W. T.
J MTrtoi. It. MicIumI, CI ilrnni an
wifi. SamS. Goldsmith, Portland; II.
II Sliults. Ciluugn.
Business Being Transacted at the Coutt
All Inventory was Hied In tho es
tate or. II. It. Holmes, deceased. The
appraisers, L. T. JeHrles, W. V,
Bro-Jks und II. K. Sargoant estimate
tho estate at. $161.
Oscar Fruxlor, lias bccii appointed
administrator of tho estate or Lottie
B. Krazlcr, deceased, why Ion an es
tate valued at $200. The hulrs ut law
are Oscar Friizlcr, husband, and Eva,
Cecil, lla.el and Russell, children of
M'.KUS KTO KtLKD.
Clirlstian Siegfried (widower) to
Jacob Slcgfrlend, 20 acres in t 7 s. r I
w., also 2 acres In t. 8 s. r2w. $100.
NehcnilnhS. .lories and wife to V.
E. and Emma S. Osborpe, nn undi
vided Interest to land In 13 s r2 w
Minnie .1. Forsythe and husband
to V. E. and Emma S. Osborne,
0110 'ninth Interest lu above de
scribed property. $100.
Mary lllig 'l litisuand ti) F, E.
und Emma Osborne, a otic ninth In
terest In abovo described property,
Wm. J. Wurgmcr and wife to Louis
Forcier, Jr., 21 acres in 1 4 s r 2 west,
J. S. Pmiikand wife to Adailno P.
Bttrr, lota 1, 2. 3, und 5, tdk 7, Tur
ners, add to Turner, $85.
G.G. Wilson and wUoto F. I). Cox,
12 acres In t 8 s r 4 west, $100.
Sarah F. Klrkor to F. E. und Kiimiii
S. Osborne one-ninth Interest to land
In t3s r 2 w, $100.
Prunklo P. Jones to C. W. McManar,
n lot blkau.clty or Salem, $1,
Chas. Scott, assignee or tho Oregon
Land Company to J. M. Commons,
'VI 1') nnrni In Uiir I niiut,.
Board or School Lund Commission
ers to Wiipjiliigton Kendall, lot 2, vco,
0, 1 8 s r 1 cast, 25 nereH, $32.40.
Judge Bolso held an adjourned ses
sion or department' No. 2 and. tho
rollowlng docket ontrlos wero made:
B. E. Wild vs. Mattlo A. Pairlsh at
al, foreclosure; decree as pur agree
ment of parties,
B, F. Drake, Insolvent, F. E. Rlior
asslgnco, llual account tiled March 13,
1800, and asslgnco discharged,
F. W. Mlllor, Insolvent, O. U I J pile
grair, assignee; order to distribute IB
por cent of the amount or tho claims.
Pad llo States I. L. & B.Co., vs. W.
II, Wild ot ul, rnrcclnsuro; Hiibmlltud
und tukon under advisement.
Solon Baker ot al. vs. John N.
Baker et ul, roreclosuro; decree of
S. B. Purrlsh ot nl, vs. Mattl A.
Purrish, mandate from supremo coutt
1 mandate entered.
C. W. Youogren vs, Emanuel Nor
dyke ct al, continuation; conllrmed. X
O. M. Ogle ctal vs. Wm. England $t
al, cuntiriuatluu; conllrmed.
O II, Simmons et al, vs W. S. Sim
mons ctal, partition; John McCourt
unpointed guardian ad litem for the
Chas. A. Gray vs. The Oregon Fruit
Sc Produce Company, a corporation,
motion for a sheriff's deed; order
grunted that deed be granted to
George B. Gray, who Is the assignee tf.
tho ccrtltlcuto or Charles Gray.
W.T. Slater, receiver, vs. P. W.
Slater. cU nl. Time Tor answer, ex
tended until April 21.
The new smoke stack or the S'tlctn
electric-llgtt plant has been repaired
and has been again place 1 In position.'
It will this ttmobj well secured by
guy wires so us to preyent unotlicr
New Dock Will Be Built.
The' steamboat company or Eugene,
who own the new rlvor stoatuor, City
or Eugoue, expect to build alnew dock
for their boat ut Salem in the near
Hair Vteor j 1
i will restore gray or j
J faded hair to its origi- i g
) nal color. j 1
) This is the whole. I
story, and an ounce j j
1 of fact k worth a ton S ",S
) of argument. 5 ' :
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CmoACio, April 21. May 73l',Nca&li
San Fhancisco, April 21. May
1 00 cash 1 071.
llos. Meyers & Sons,,
I Salem's Greatest Store.
A Salem 'merchant announced a
towel sale ut ten o'clock und ut the
time advertised his store wus full of
people. In twenty minutes quite a
stock wus exhausted und many con hi
not be supplied. Ho Is obliged to ask
people to wait for more to arrive and
does so In his fegulur advertising
An old fashioned high bicycle rid
den on state itreot this afternoon who
tie center full radios In tint part
0' town. The rider soon cd to bo In
a pcrllou. position, coupurtd with
that of u rider or u modern surety.
a 11 11 h 1 j
S This wuok our entire
S Hi blnoi. Notlinghaiiis
m el 0.
1 1 110 or New
The fin:st chain wheel ever turned out of a fe$try
Hartfords. strictly high grade 535,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, $25 and 526,
SROAT & WILSON.
There's Great Danger ,
In nllfiu.lmr vnur I'Vtvi O OUSS VCUirlv
without having t'lom exiinlried It!n
does not cost you a yt log to call ut a
our store und havo ti em cfrimlnud y
a gmduato option and If glands re S
net ded we can supply tham too ut S
nn derate cost. We repair spectacle;"
and eye gluses ut reasonable prlcon. If-,
only bout out of shape we ctrulghteo -J
.1 tiluuk fllln IfiltlL!
'lit it pair.
In swell new pats
terns funey worst
eds, bulr lines,
checks, etc., per
$2 to $7.
Imported tfwiuh Mujras exclus
A lovely now line or high
crle at popular prim,
hiuiir ltHi IKirim't. A
I wuh iJiruJwtM! uf 0 Jill In
..iif iUu'n uiiil lloy'-TurilUll.
fuK lK will iittilaoiiM tu 1
ll.,illrl.iit III llit yitlngef
A itr j(dltou m)(om1
mm the (likU. Coma,
Imako your purchase.
25s to 76ef
Herman w. bar it,
110 BTATB ftTRBBT.
278 -280 Commercial St.
wm nms.iB at
Tho HM UhitA Rnrner.
(5 O'CLOOK, m
j. s. ,$ Jl
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