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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY APRIL 21, 1800.
Home Made Goods, j 1) A TTT P
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
The largest assortment of
Men's Pants: Regular sizes,
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size you call
lor we nave tnem. a special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Does Not Change the
Government Intends to Sub
due the Philippines.
Alger Asks People to Refrain From
E On all lines of Spring Goods. We
E are selling the same quality as
others ask you 3 tor, tor 2.50.k
Wp (Ww vnu the straight dis
count for cash and offer no premiums and do nothave to
cinch you on the shoes 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 golds
SALEM SHOE STOKE
Ladd & Bush Bank Building, State street.
Storo olosos at 6 o'clock, oxcopt Saturday.
Vhtylish. ggg: Nlr
1 ,lri.D, I- "WWW NICE
W DURABLE, isrearii- ONES
K-i' ' fl
r f I . i iffimnfTw i
NEW .SHOW STOKE
01 bTATK.ST SALKM, OlE.
Prao Shlnos to Customers.
fl Flying Top
2 Given away with each pair Children's shoes it costs
5 no more to wear a pair of our late up to date shoes
5 than you pay otners loroia mock.
See our Men' Tun and Hlack Viol C( 3M worth 4.0.
See our Men's Tun and Black Vlci 0 82.60 worth WO.
See our Men's Tun ana Blick Viol (t $2.00 wolth M.00.
Every pair guaranteed by us and free shines thrown in.
275 COAMtERCIAL St. .
No cheap, shoddy goods handled by us. a
We Are Headquarters
Uy AanoiMnleil Pre to tliv Joiirnnl.
Washington, April 21. Secretary
Alger said yesterday's battle at
Qiiiugu had not altered the plans of
the department. Otis, L'twton, Dewey
and the Philippine commission arc
fully authorized to deal with tho sit
uation according to their best Judg
ment, and the department believed it
to be good policy to refrain frjin med
Secretury said if Otis wants more
troops he shall liavo them uud tneun
tlme the department will muko eyery
effort to hasten relief to the volunteer
troops by regular soldiers.
Washington, April, 514. Batteries
0. nnd M. Seventh artillery, have been
ordered from Porto Rice uud will be
sent to Manila. Three batteries
of light artillery will sull from Sun
Fruuelsro for the Philippines toduy,
Manila, April 21. General Mac
Arthur's division lert Malolos toduy,
apparently Intending to besiege Cal
umplt. Washington, April 24. The presi
dent bus appointed Colonel James 1
Smith, of the First California regi
ment, brlgudlcr-gcnerul of the volun
tccrs. Tho regiment Is now In the
Portlund, April 21. Jucob Boyd,
sergeant of the fourth Infantry, died
at Manila, from vurlbla, was from
Wushluglon county, Oregon. He en
listed at Van Couver, was usslgned to
the fourth Infuntry and went through
the Cuban cuiiinulgn. He wus made
sergcunt for-bravery at the battle of
San Juan hill.
Manila, April 21. General Utile nt
I o'clock this uftoruouu had crossed
Bugbug and reached a position a
quarter of a mile from CulumpltthUH
commanding tho ford. The prison
ers captured by Ilule's troops say
Agulnuldo, General Luna, uud the
Filipino staff ure ut. Culumplt with u
greut force of Filipino troops.
Before rtuyllght the Fourth cavalry
with three guns of the Utah battery,
tho Nebrusku and Iowa regiment un
der IIulc, were proceeding in tho di
rection of Kulnchua, where tho Bug
bag (Tlbubug) Is formidable, but com
manded by trenches.
During the afternoon the troops
crossed the river. Gens. MacArtuur
and Weutou, with u Montana ri'nJ
ment, advanced to tho left of the rail
road and the Kansas regiment moved
forward to the rlglit.nortlior M ilolos.
They had with them a supply train
with two armed cars In front currylnu
two Gatllng and Colts rapid fire guns
and three six pounders, Tho insur
gents attempted to destroy the bridge
outside of Calupit and succeeded In
badly warping the framework.
Weekly Casualty Riport Two Oregon
Men in Death List,
Wasiunoton, April 21 Tho follow
ing weekly death report from Genorad
Otis received today, Is us follews:
Manila, April 2.1 Adjutant-Gati-eral,
Washington; The following
deaths have occurred Mnee the lust re
From wounds in action, April lb,
Joseph Grabowsky, private company
0, Fourth cavalry; I8lh, Archh Al
dricb. private F, First Colorado; 20th,
Bruce L. Maccy, private 0, First Ne
Drowned, accidental, 21st John
Montgomery, sergeant K, Third ur-
April 23-Jacob Boyd, sorgcant K
Fourth Infantry, variola; Samuel .1.
Fobruury, prlyatc I, Eighteenth ln
April 21 Thomas Uauble, private.
D. Third Infantry, diarrhoea,
Aprll2fl-Joseph Gompnian. private
JUghtccnth infantry, malarial fever
April fi-Bert B. Chandler, private
C, Second Oregon, erysipelas.
prll 20-Charles M. Parsons, prli
vate M. First Washington, tuber
culosis. April 20-Jay E. Taylor, prlvato H,
Second OrcKtm, pcrllolutls.
April 21 Mlcliaol Uyan, sertrcunt,
Ashlanij, Or., April 23. Jay Taylor
wa9 the son of Robert Taylor, one of
tho well-known citizens of Ash
land. Ho was about 21 years
old. He was raised hero and
enlisted with compimy B of this
city. While at San Francisco he
was taksn III nnd was prevented from
sailing' on the llrst Philippine expedi
tion, Ills illness continued and ho was
ordered discharged, returning to
his home where ho remained for
sdiuo time. lie was anxious for sor
vlce, however, and his health Improv
ing, he left for Sun Frat
clscojustin time to get aboard the
trausDort which carried Orcpon
recruits to Manila. Ho urrlved
at Manila In Novcmbor, and
wis assigned to company B, Rccont
lett ts from hlmlmyo been encouraging
ns to his health and spirits, and he
expressed a desire to remain there
and tight ns long us he was needed.
Washington. April 24. Captain
Wild, of tho United States cruiser,'
Boston, has protested apalnst the pro-
nfotlon of Col. Miller to be brigadier
general as u reward for tho capture of
Hollo. It appears tho capturo had
been effected nnd that place was
turned over to Col. Millar, who up to
that time had nothing to do with tho
capture. Ills action Is endorsed by
War Qoyernor Dead,
II r AiMuclntetl I'reo to thu JuurnHl,
SlMUNUKICLD, III. April 24. Ex-
governor Richard J. Ogleshy died to4
IN THE SUPREME COURT.
E. P. MflCoranck, trustee, vs.
Salem Con St. Ry. Co., ct nl.,
and Tltlo Ouurautco and Trust Co, ya.
Ralph E. Wrenn.et al. Petition for
rehearing In thoahovo cases donlcd.
C. II. Merchant, ctal., appellants,
vs. Tho Town of Marshtleld, respond
ents. J udginont nfllniicd. TJpTnToh by
Lars Clcmiiiensen, appellant, vs. As
Peterson, ct al, refpondents. Judg
ment alllrmed. Opinion by Wolvcr
Constable Adams, went to Turner
this morning and urrestcd Arthur
Cornelius, and brought him down this
afternoon, where he was arrulgncd be
fore Justice Johnson, on u churgo of
trespass, Tho complaint was made
by A. McFarland, a livery stable
keeper, who claims tliut Cornelius
opened his livery stable at night and
took nut a tcum, which hud been re
fused him during tho duy.
Tho young fellow brought tho team
back next morning but thU did not
allay the Ire of tho stablo man, so
Cornelius plead guilty and his mid
night drive makes a liolo In his ex
chequer to the extont of $5 and costs.
He Sees Meat in
Dan Burns Appointed Sen
ator Prom California.
For pruning tools of all dtv
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
N. V. Cor. State & Liberty St., Salem.
Portland .April 24. -Wheat alio)
50 (too.; Walla Walla, 58 58Jc.
Flour Portland, 2,00j Superline
(2.15 per bbl.
Hay $8 per ton.
Hops-lBwnc; old cropoc.
Wool Valley, 1012c; Eastern
Mlllstull Bran, $17; shorts, 18.
Poultry Chlckens.mlxed.M 004 00
turkeys, live, 13(c$13o.
Eggs Oregon, 14W15 per do.
Hides Green, Baited 00 lbs, mnc.
under 00 lbs.718l;shcon pelts, 16J0c,
Onions 75c($l per sack.
Butter Best dairy, JOCHc; fancy
creamery, 50o per roll.
Potatoes, $1,10 per cwt.
Hogs Heavy, .72.
Mutton Weathers 4c; dressed, 7ic
Beef tUcors.$3.WXWMS; cows, 2.M)
3.00 dressed, rdflj.
Oats 30yji40c. ,
Hay Buied, iheat, 7.O018.0O
Flour In wholesale lots, 12.76 re
tail 93 00.
Hogs drcoed, 5c.
Sheep Live, 12.5013.
Butter Dairy 121 creamery 20c,
Wool Best.l5c. Mohair 25c.
Eggs- 10 tn cash.
poultry unicKens, itgec:
Farm smoked meats Baon,
ham, 0o shoulder, 6c.
Ur Annoclntctl I'rran to the Junrnnl.
Los Angulus. April 24. Hon. Jus.
Eckels', Ex-Controller of thcTreusury,
In an Interview suld.
''If tho Democratic party In tho
campaign of 1000 stands upon the
Chicago plattform It will meet defeat.
ThcSllverltcscau no longer depend
upon the support of tho western
states, In cuse they lose In the oast."
San Fuancibco, April 24, Tho Ex.
amlner suys Governor Gugo being ask
ed whut ho thought of tho appoint
ment of Quay, us Senator from Pcnn.
sylvunla oy the governorof that state,
"If your question bus anything to
do with the senulorslilp from Cullfor
ulu, all I huve got to suy Is, 1 huve ul
ready appointed Duo. Burns, United
Stutt i senator to succeed White. His
coiiiinUsiun bus not yet been mudo
out; that's all "
Nbw Yohic, April 24 A speclul to
tho Herald from Washingten:
Asa result of his allusion to tho
conduct of the German licet at Manila
during thu war with Spain, Cuptuln
Joseph B, Coghlun will probably bo
relieved of tho command at Raleigh,
Washington, April 21, The Gor
mail government has entered a formal
protest agalust t'.io lauguugo used by
Cuptuln Coghlun. Thu protest was
lodged with Secretary Hay, through
tho German umbassudor, Huy replied
that tho lunguuge could not be re-
gurded usolllclul oru public utterance
tn the sen so that would warrant tho
department In acting.
However, the nuyy department Is
fully competent to lake, such uctlun us
the cuse seemed to require. There
are eml-uUlciul lullmutlous however,
that the umbussudur will not so
much concern hlmsclr with the course
of Coghlun us with thu United Slutcs
In dealing with Coghlun.
question as to where he had llrst mot.
If the decision of the lower court
bo alllrmed, he will have to be re
sentenced. COUNTY CYCLE ASSOCIATION.
Formed at Salem to Duild Paths What
Is Being Uonc in Benton County,
At t'to wheelmen's convention at
tho city hall, Salem, Saturday Mr.
Long read tho report of the commit
tee on constitution or the United
Association of cycle clubs of Marlon
A number qf amendments were
made. Tho proposition to tax all
members 15 cents it your for the
county organization mot with some
opposition. Tho report as amended
to 10 cents per capita tux.
The following ofllcers' wero olected
J. II. Albert, president; W. Stuley.
secretary and treasurer; U. E Plersoil.
Jefferson, vice president; the pre-l-dent
to appoint three members of the
Among those attending the conven
tion from points outside of Salem
Sllverton P. L.Brown, Pearl Black
er by, Lou J. Wolf.
Cheaiawa W. P. Campbell. Dr. E
S. Clark, L. C. Henderson.
Marlcn C. R. Reed.
Pratuin (Engor) Charles King,
Henry E-jlT, O. W. Stege, Al Jermuii,
H.H. Humphroys, Orin Miles, John
Jefferson A. B. Huddlcsou, Ben
nett Pearson, O. B, Hoyt, Hurley
Moon, Wesley .Curl, Don Humphrey
and Phillip KulolT.
In Ucnton County
Tho authorities are going right ahead
to build paths without much cere
mony. The Coryullls Tunes or Sat
urday says. "
Work on tho bicycle paths has
begun. A force of men begun op
erations Wednesduy uttornoon. There
are live of them una Petor Bllven l
tho foreman. They huyc three tcums,
u road machine, plow und other Im-
plltuents. They are ut work on the
Monroe oath and have broki n ground
rfoui Mary's river bridge to u point
beyond the race track.
Their llrst operations wete some
what delayed. The road machine
employed wus not tho right kind to
do tho best work on u bfcylo path,
and another hud to be procured. It
came from tho north end or tho
county, and only arrived Thiusduy
night. It was put In shapo yester
day morning, und In tho afternoon
wub set to work Tho ground wus In
tine condition, savollu it few places
whore It was too soft, and good pro
gress was made. Road Master kelton
expects with the present forco to be
easily ablo to make a mile and a half u
duy. Another source of delay wus tho
fact that t-oino distance south of town
a number of small trees had to be
grubbed out by a process laborious us
wll us tedious. Of tho teams two
uru used on tho road machine nnd
the third on tho plow, Tho prices
paid are lliruo dollars for man and
tcum and a dillur and a half fur laborers.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
OYt aiwa fowntu co., mo vodk.
MARION COUNTY NEWS.
Business Being Transacted nt the Court
Sheriff Durbin toduy turned over to
tho treasury $(1117.23.
D. W, Gibson, udmlnistutur do
bonis non or the estate or Gulon Gib
son, deceased petitioned the probato
court for an order authorizing hltu to
disposo or certain real property belong
log to tho estate and situated In 1 8 h
r 2 w, In order to satisfy claims
against tho estate. Tho petition will
bo heard at 10 a. m Prlday, May 5,
A. O. Condlt Hied his annual report
ns guardian of the porson nnd estates
of Emmott, Stella and Claude Boone,
B Wasscnhove, guardian or tho es
tate or Edward Grcciiwald, Insane,
wnsMthorlzcd to soil 57.07 acres or
land In section 14, 1 7. s r 2 west, be
longing to said Grcenwald.
The Ford-Egan roreelostiro suit was
argued and submitted before J udgo R.
P. Boise, or Department No. 2, and
taken under advisement.
Docket entries were:
Tims. J, Hall, ctal, vs. Wllllard An
derson, eta), partition; report tiled,
sulo continued, ordor to muko deed
und disburse the proceeds or sale.
II. S. Gllc has begun u foreclosure
sultugulnst F, J. Cutterllu und wire
In Department. No, 2 Judgment Is
asked for $700, with 8 per cent Inter
est from August 1, 181)5, on $82.78 at
tho sumo rato of Interest from April
20,1891), und for $100 special attorneys
fees. Tho foreclosure or u mortgage
on tho north i or lot 2, block 31, Sa
lem, which wus given to secure tho
payment of tho amount abovo Indi
cated, Is also asked.
UKKD3 1TTO KILKI).
Minerva Etta Wagner und husband
to Alfred Gubsor, lot 1, In block
3, Queen Anno addition to Salem
F. Stewart and wire to August W.
Fischer, block 11, Romlngton's addi
tion to Woodburu $100.
S. Prunk and wire to Adallna P.
Burr, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 7,
Tumor's uddltlon to Turner.
Alfred Orubscr (unmarried) to
ThrtodoroStelnhlbor, lot 1, In block 3,
Queen Anno addition to Salem $50.
Ii.W. Durbin, shorltr, to Olive B.
England, sheriff's deed to part of lot
5, btk 32, city of Salem. $1160.
John Hughes and wife to D, S.
Bcntley, 0 28-100 acres In section 28,
17, s r.'l west. $1,
ably surprise I by "Oregon Grand''
curup or Royal Nolghbors, the ladles-
auxllnlry or tho Modern Woodmen,
The occasion was the birthday of one
of the members, and when tho work
tho evening was finished both lodg
tuorged Into ono nnd a errand irnari En
clal tlmo and rendition qf a well' 'ar
ranged program was enjoyed by alls
and much credit Is due tho committer
or arrangement. These pleasant sur
prises ure a regular feature of the
DESART. Thursday, April 20, I81W,
at tho family homo on Howell
Prairie, Thos. E.BonofGco
Sart, aged 30 years, or consumption
Deceased was a single man or
perlot character and was a member
me uuo mellows order, which con
ducted his funeral Saturday, and laid
oouy 10 rest at .Miner ccmatory, near;
Will Close thenar.
After April 25th Kllngcr & Bee
will c'oso the bar at the braweryj
nnrl llAMilltilK u.ill l.tlll. i..tl.nlAA .t!Ui
umi uviuiibvi cuii ifiujr iii.an iiiiiuquiv.
ami iimik iii mr moir extensive oicwqryj
and Ice business,
Invitations Issuod early In -month
will b3 good for tho social
Thursday. April 27.
A Pleasant Surprise,
On Saturday evening 'iOrcgon
Cedar'' camp M. W. of A., wore agree-
24,-May 731; cash
THE MAQKR3 CASE,
Appeal From the Circuit Court Argued
Before the Supreme Court,
In thu supreme court this afternoon
was argued tho uppeal from the cir
cuit court, In thu cuse of thu state Vd,
Win. G. Mugers, under seutouce of
death fur tho murder of Ray Sink on
September 13, lbU8.
He wus sentenced to be hung ou tho
second Monday lu February hut a stay
or execution was grunted pending the
The dercutto was represented by
W. H. Holmes and Judge Duly and
tho stale by Dipt. Atty, Huyden and
Atty. General Blackburn.
The points In controversy are: Tho
alleged error or the court lu not In
structlng the Jury that they might
bring lu u verdict or manslaughter;
jlu admitting trie testimony or the
i'oruunu finer or ponce, umi wt
Laughlln, rogurding Mager'i state
ment made to hi in at llio time or thu
arrest; In not ducl.ulng to the Jury
ut the time or the suiting of tho
sun, on September I3,uud In allowing
one Hlllbaugli to answer to a
I Jos. Meyers & Sons,
S Salem's Greatest Store.
T 5UMMCR M
The fintst chain wheel ever turnrd out of a factory,
Harlfords, strictly high grade, S35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, S25 and 526,
SROAT St WILSON.
graceful effect; hI.ih, in to
With an Interrogation Mark
In the eye-t Is a good way to come
to our store. Wo unswer questions
and meet tho demand for any
thing needed for the ryes such us
ypeoluclu1 or eyeglasses at small
oust. An experienced optlulan on
hand who will make examinations
free of charge,
We ulso wish to oall attention to
our display or beautiful lewciry
for spring and summer ware.
Call and see us for anything Iti
our line at
IBARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
118 STATU BTRDirr.
copy of tho
trimmed; constructed to give n ino-t
uect; hum, jo to iu; u spion-prlco,,.,.,,...M
Shirt Waists at
uui Tit nuiuub Bkuun ui nm 'PVV
fitting una Ut uiudn wahts at
X Hpeelul s.ile prleen Hits Meek.
HART, abHAFFNEfl 6 MAIIX,
H And ave from $2 60 to $5.00 by deal
2 tng with a store that treats you right
m nr money refunded.
Our stock Is now Its best tho swell
Qst materials of the season, also,
III iurMi,' I)narlmnt. A
ciuli MirelHtM or u) anlM In
our Mu' umi lloy'a furnli
Ini IIiiim will uiillilaoiitf Ut In
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wtrnciiiani in lit kivihkmi
A At ri)iMtlinn (iiiiwhI
"fin Uih ukui. uomo,
mako your purohnso.
Ida Mii-iuiiorx iiovw."ur
nili Ak rr inr hbw 8k
uunil i ! iiii kinil Ihut
hdv Im-ii irlwl 'i ii4 1 fiMHtt
Ml(, I I Till c
Wero never sp complete as now,
bot Selaslan, tho tjest rcrcallnes,
bust Near Silk, the best Batiste
Another shipment of our celebrated
LHADEll ribbons und new draw
string effects Just In.
Dent's Own Gloves,
Shawknit Half Hose for
278 280 Commercial St.
AVliJ CLOSE AT
The Old White Corner.