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SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY APltlli 27, 1809.
flsk for tb? flor bop
When you want a lino dress shoe.
We have thorn In all widths. A. In
I) id Leather oi vesting tops, and
black or tan, lor ladles'.
They're neat and stylish and wear
ANY Slyl? Fop $2.75!
Our Goodyear Welt shoo In Leather
or Vesting top at 92.40 Is a beauty.
Come and see tlietn.
Gents line Yicl kid shoes In the new
toes, black or tan, for $2 70.
An extra lino Vlcl kid dress shoe In
Vesting top for M.23. They're tine
A Rich Copper Discovery.
the West, was arrested today tin a
grand Jury Indictment. The Indict
ment accuses Moore of obtaining
$4,000 by fa'se pretenses from n corn-
mission company at tho Union Stock
Lkksiiukci, Oa. April 27. Thotiody
of Mitchell Daniel, a negro, was found
today riddled with bullets. liable!
and other negroes have recently nade
Inilammatory talks, charging people
with complicity In the lynching some
Continues in the
Remember that we carrv nil grade cheaper If you want them, and
they're all Ihu very best goo'ds that can be sold for the money.
OAlJfT AND DN'R imil!E FOR ALL.
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
CMcago Man (Jets Damages
for X-Ray Injury.
Fatality Reported From
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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 plain bilks ot all colors.
A nice line of Notions, and Hosiery, and Underwear
t Boston Emporium i
L 309 North Commercial Street.
II r Auolteil 1'ren lu the .louriinl.
New Yoiuc, April 27. Silver cer
titicates representing 40,000 ounces
sold on slock exchange today from
o:UtoOU cents. The last time 01
cents was reached for silver was In
August 1807. Before the recent move
ment silver certificates were for
months without a transaction.
San Fkanoisoo, April 27. A spec
ial from Tacoma says: It Is reported
the largest copper ledges eyer discov
ered lu the northwest have been
found In the Carbon district, north of
Mt. Ilmler. The ore Is bald to be
similar In character and geological
situation to tbal lu Montana, and to
be as rich as that of the Uutte mines
Ciiicauo, April 27. Frank V. Hai
ling, who brought suit ugulnsb V. 0
Puuli and Dr, Otto L. Schmidt, for loss
of a leg burned while under the ex-ray
for treatment, was allowed $10,000
Wasiiinoton, April 27. Presi
dent McKlnlcy and party left this
morning for Philadelphia to attcud
the ceremony of. unveiling the Grant
Omaha, April 27. A tornado near
Utc, Iowa, last night destroyed the
house of George Ferrin. Ills 10-year-old
boy was Instantly killed. Mrs,
Furrln and live daughters are so badly
Injured as not to be expected to live.
Great damage was done to other property.
Our Ladie's Tan Lace Shoes, at 1.50.
Fancy Vesting tops, at 2.00,
In black and tan, same qualities sold everywhere
in the city at $2.50.
We can and will save you 50c. a pair.
Call and see them.
Free shines and flying tops for children at
275 COMMERCIAL St.
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I 1 Tfltf SHOE
Piiiladkli'HIa, April 27. The
equestrian statue of General Grant in
Falrmount Park was unveiled this
morning with appropriate ceremonies
by Miss Rosemary Htartorls, grand
daughter of the dead hero, In the
presence of President McKlnlcy,
members of the cabinet, representa
tive o' foreign governments and a
lame gathering of distinguished citi
zens. The Philadelphia, city cavalry
escorted the presidential party from
the hotel to the reviewing stand in
front of the monument. Upon his
arrival the president was received
with a saluto of 21 guns. Simultane
ously the gun of Raleigh, in the
Delaware river, tired a salute.
Canton, O., April 27. The prose
cuting attorney closed his argument
In the. George trial tills morning and
the jury retired at 12 o'clock to de
termine the guilt or Innocence of the
woman wh.) killed Mrs. McKinley's
rpollr ohnut Mmi'q ShnflS
1U1XV. UUVUU xuvrn u uiwuui $B shoo for $4,
C A V l We've col llllle Hie hot l. tt line that cv r came over the tilvltu av
OA I ! New nobby eifucU In Mack and tan. llk uptime tow. hniclUh uu
newtMors, new tw-ritflit "t tlie top in ityleaml Hie irico will mt ult u
NEW SHOE STORE
04 Statk St. Sai.km, Okr
Wo Shine Thorn Free.
We are Headquarters
Friendly natives under command of
Lieutenant Gaunt, of the cruiser Por-
j poise, attacked the rebels April 12
'from the French mission station at
s'Fullta. The rebels weie routed with
'a loss of four killed.
April lo a battle wu6 lougnt. ui
Mangla, 15 in lies cast of Apia. About
2,000 rebels attacked the Gaunt land
ing party, consisting of 100 men. The
latter were subjected to a hot tiro and
retreated to the beach where they de-
seoded themselves, for n time, and
afterwards swam back lo their
boats under a heavy fire. Chief
Mullnga with twolyo friondly
nat'tes refusal Ui retire aril
charged into the burning village
driving a number of rebols before
them. Gauut's party thco returmd
to the assistance of the friendlles and
the whole party retired.
Chicauo, April 27. Abratiatu
Moore, of Superior, Neb., woll known
among live slock dealers throughout
For pruningjtools of all de
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
I,. W. Cor. State & Liberty St., Salem.
Hr Ananclntcil Vrcim lu the Junrnal.
Waiidneii, Idaho, April 27. All is
quiet slnco the non-union men were
run tho down hill yesterday. The
unlnn had possession of tho Hunker
Hill cable and telephone lino yester
day. The company regained control
today nnd started tho tramway.
Hunker Hill Is running with non
union men, about half a force. LM
Chance is closed down entirely. Sher
iff Young and two deputies are here
but no arrests made.
Five People Murdered.
y AihocImUmI l'rr to (lie Jnurnnl
St. Louis, April 27. A special to
the Post-Dlspatcli, from Dexter. Mo .
says: "One of tho most 'fiendish
crimps ever committed in Soutlicast
cm Missouri was tho murder recently
of Mrs JanoTuttlcton, the widow of
Wash Tuttloton. a prominent man of
that section, and her four children,
whose remains were partly Inclndored
by the liurnlnir of their licmq, 17 mle
south of -Madden. J. II. Tuttleton,
sin of Wash Tuttloton by his llrst
wife, h under arrest for tho crime, and
all the circumstances seem to point to
Wheat Crop Short,
Toronto, Ont April 27. Reports
received here by grain men Indicate
heavy damacro to wheat In sections
east of Toronto. In many caves the
crop Is a total failure and farmers are
plowing up the ground preparatory
to, planting spring wheat or barloy
Last year's crop of winter wheAtln
Ontario was estimated at 20,000
bushels, but there will be n big de
crease this year.
Littlk Rock, Ark., April 27. Ore
assaying $1000 gold to the ton lias
been taken out of the side of Wow
Gut mountain in Polk county, And
since Saturday niulit every claim
with a radius of a mile of the discov
ery has been staked. Farmers have
quit their fields and gono prospecting.
Dks Moinks, la., April 27. Con
ttrcssman Uolllver, while here on his
way n New York, announced that the
Iowa delegation will solidly support
Colonel Henderson, of Dubuque, for
It was given by the Chicago Ladles'
Quartet at the First M. E. chuiuli
last night to a large and appreciative
audience too appreciative if that
were possible, the singers responding
tonlno encores. The personnel of the
quartet Is three-fourths changed since
they wero here four years ago, ihe
manager, Alice Merrill Raymond
Tho program was entirely vocal, as
sisted by an ImpessonatrcsK In cos
tume, seldom better seen. 'The sieg
ing by the quartet, as a quartet, Was
so excellent that no adjectives can
properly qualify tho performance.
The low-yolcod 6olo called "Daddy,
Is beyond comparison the purest and
sweetest alto singing ever heard at
Salem. EacU of tho ladles Is a soloUt
and appeared as such, and all are
about equally ulrong.
Prof. Seloy, of Wlllamoltfl college of
music Is to be congratulated on the
treat lie gave Salem people with this
engagement, which was not a part of
the three big concerts, but gave all
the greatest satls'actl on.
Tacoma, April 27.-Mlke Sweeney,
a switch lender at Alderton, twelve
miles from this city, Is a victim of
small pox. lie lias been Isolated and
The Mid-Columbian Association of
CougregutlLnul churches will hold It
annual meeting at Ontario May 2, n
Surveyor Kimball, of Umatilla
county, will lay out the new baseball
grounds at Pendleton.
Wallowa county's outstanding war
rants and Interest amount lo 827,
Work has been begun on Wallow's
new Methodist church.
Ainbtilantvs today arc bringing Law.
ton's wounded to the railroad under
a strong e.-cort.
Marines .Killed By
One Beheaded- While He
Was Only Wounded,
President McKinley Friendly to tho
Ilr Aaauvlnteil lrea tu Hip Journal.
Auclanu, April 27. Particulars of
the lighting In Samoa received from
Apia under date of. April 18, show
that a battlo between friendly na
tives and rebels took place at Vallclo
and tho latter lost ti hundred men
killed and wounded. Further details
of the death of Ensign Monaghan, o
the cruiser Philadelphia, ai.d Lieu
tenant Lansdale of tho siimc vessel,
arc received. They show Monaghan
was beheaded before he was dead.
A deserter of Mataafau forces says
Monaghan and Lansdato were retreat
Iiilt when discovered by the chief and
Ills wife who were looking for dead
men. They gave the alarm and
Mouagliau was shot. Later the rebels
leturned und killed Lansdale, Mou
unlnn rought until wounded and was
Washington. April 27. The fol
lowing has been received from Admi
Apia, April 13, via Auklaud.-'Cual
cannot be obtained at Apia. K very
thing Is quiet at Apia, lam not ag
gressive on the Mataafa rebels, but am
protecting the United States consu
late, United States property and tho
government established by the chief
justice of the supremo court."
Tim nary department announces
that It has already completed ar
raniremonta for supplying coal to
Hkumn. April 27. It Is announced
here that President McKlnlcy re
ceived tho German ambassador von
Ilollcbcn yesterday and expressed
disapproval of the remarks attributed
to Captain Coghlan and requested the
ambassador to assure tho (Kmpcror
William und tho German government
of his friendly scutlmcnts.
Otis' Latest List of Cusualittes.
Ilr Axunolntcil l'rmx to tlie Jnurnnl.
Washington, April 27.- 1'he follow
ing additional list of equalities has
been received rrom Otis:
Killed, April :4 Prlvale P. 1 Lild
ler, hospital corps.
First South, Dakota-KilliMl: Wag
I oner Mortimer Howen, Corporal Vic
tor Johnson, Prlvntcs Charles ScliulU
and James A. Lyes, CoiportU Harvey
M. IJreed, Privates Charles .Peterson,
3uy Jones, J. H. Llziraud Hurley Do
First. Nebraska -Killed; Private
Hattcry A, Utah attillery -Killed
Prlvatu Mua Madlsou.
Hospital corps-Killed; Private
First Idaho Wounded; Private
George R. Manning, root slight.
Fourteenth Infantry Wounded;
Sergeant 'Jeorgo Walla, Private H. A.
Low and A. M. Shcllady.
Thirteenth Minnesota Wounded;
First Soutli Dakota-Wounded,
April 22:Prlvato Fred llanehej April
24, Sergeant - Churles A. Roller,
Privates Paul Wel9s, L.C. Dean and
A S. Sjoblciie; April 25, Serjeant A.
Semendkon, Privates Oliver C. Lappa,
J. Urlch, Corporuls C. L. Myer, iV.
Rcaman, Privates Ftank Geabe',
James Glbbs, J. W, Murphy, Thomas
Coleman, Charles Wagner, II. A. Put
nam, John Rations, James Davis and
R. W. Hawkins.
First Nebraska Wounded, Aprll2l;
Second Lieutenant W. G. Liiugau.
Artificer John Roller, Privates 0. C.
Cad will, M. O. Legg, 0. Wagcck;
April 2T, Major Frank I), Eager, Cor
poral Charles Brewster, Privates I).
Gillespie, L. W. I'angborn, William
D. Carter, Francis Mason, lluryey
Flfty-llrut lowu -Wounded, April
24; Mnjor W. Duggun, Corporal L.
Wyluud, Private John Uesm: April 26,
Privates John Kennun, Nithan F.
Hodges, Elmer Narvee and P. II,
Utuh artillery corps -Wounded!
Corporal M. Jensen, Privates Fltz
Rummuler and John It. Ramman.
Hospital corps Weunded: Private
0. II. Slater.
Twentieth Kansas Weunded: Sor
gcant A 0. Snow, Private W. T.
First Montana beunded: Mutlulan
William llalton, neck, slight; I'rlvate
J. B. Watte.
Sixth artillery Weunded: Private
r -Absolutely Ipure
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
OTl HAKIM fOWOIH CO., HtW VOUK.
A Ulrtlidny Ficnlc,
NcxtSuturday Mrs, Sol Durbln will
ulvoa birthday plcnlo party fur her
lllMu grand daughter, Gertrude J.
Kolles, at the Red Hani Farm. Tho
city children will be called for with
teams, und a good time is promlbcd.
'ine Man With Hoe."
Rev. Mr. Copeland will tako for tho
subject of his morning snrmon next
Sunday at Unity church, Edwin
Markham's poem of "Tho Man With
Auckland. April 27. Von Ueulow.
a former German lieutenant who or
uanized the for'cs of Malaufa, has
left Samoa for the Tonga Island.
Suatollc, the principal rebel chief,
ran away and told th
drcd Rrltlsh wcru k
deserters assert Unit
cartridges In bugs of rice and sugar
ulong tho coast In December. '
Admiral KutiU, It is asserted, fired I S
a blank shot April 8, across tho bows j J
of the German schooner which wusiS
leaving Apia without reporting R'jbolsjg
in possession of the late Rola rt Lou I g
Stevenson's house and some forts were 1 S
attacked lu rear by Tamasowj friend-
Ret who killed throe and wound id
others. One frl"iidly was killed ' S
Rig cut in prices at the
photo si udlo. Call and see.
CULVER - MAUUEIl - Thursday.
April 27, 1880, at tho bride's homo on
East State street, Miss Lovcnla
Culver, to Rev. E,ra Mauror, Rev.
After the ceremony which was at
tended only by tho iiumcdiato rela
tives ard friends of tho contracting
parties, u superb wedding dinner was
served, previous to which tho heart
iest congratulations wtro indulged in.
The brldo Is tho daughter of Mrs. W,
B. Culver, well-known tu the pcoplo of
Salem and Marlon county, while tho
groom Is a rising young minister of
tho Evangelical denomination. Ho
has rccontly been appointed to an Im
portnnt church In Portland, where ho
will mako his home within a few
weeks and whence the best wishes of
scores of Salem friends will follow the
newly wed pair.
The real Carbon's aro the must ex
pensive picture made, but we are glad
that must people know a uood tlilnir
when they see It. Cronlse Photo
Studio. . 4-27 If
Kunston's Movement Defeated.
Manila, April 27. Colonel Fuustoii
with a detachment of the Kansas
volunteers, attempted to surprise the
rebels on tho other side of Rio
Grandu last night, but was surprised
himself and the project, had to be
Call fur Volunteers.
Wasiiinoton, April 27. It wa
decided by President McKlnlcy after
a conference ut the White houso with
General Miles and then with Secre
tary Alger, lociill for the 35,000 vol
unteers for tho Philippines as sucn us
It Is known whether Agulnaldo
escapes from MucArthur and Luwten.
If lie does, tho volunteers will be
culled; If not, and tho rebels are
cruahed, tho call will not bo made.
A beautiful enlargement ltlx2D
given away with oycry $5 order at the
Cronlse Studio over N. Y. Racket
stoic. 4 27tf
appreciate In full tho dlnicultles with
which their cousins had to contend.
"Tho victory Is all tho more wel
come to us hecauso we have been
watching with deep Interest tho ef
forts of a political party in the United
Stales to humiliate the nation and
government, persuading them to a
disgraceful and cowardly retreat.
This party is in-lgultlcunt In strength
and Inlluencc, but what It lacks in
this direction it makes up by lung
power. It has uonc to the length of
endeavoring to Induce the American
volunteers to demand their recall In
the face of the enemy. To the eter
nal credit of tho volunteers be It said
that few have acted upon the treach
erous and unpatriotic instigation.
The American ocoplo may well be
proud of their soldiers.
Ry the very nature of tilings the
vnluuteors enlisted for a short war
with a civilized enemy, and are not '
tho troops best lit ted for work at a
great distance from their country, or'
for a tedious, protracted and liar
rasslng struggle with an uncivilized '
foo In h tioplcal climate. But the
valor and determination of the vol
unteers and regulars have been Buch
that they have not once wen worsted
"If Agulnaldo bus a head on his
shoulders, he will see that tho time
hascumc for him tu submit to the In
' Is ttirra a lu
tip vfltli a bMnUcheTi
uiui in Tnnr innnih 1
Thou you hauft iiooriiulteanl,
i weak dljtmlon. You ar frrnmntlr
illny, ulwnyi feel dull ind drowir.i
ml you nt liut llttla benefit from!
ottr food. Wht U the came ot taU 4
Mr. Seoblo has arranged a musical
program which will be given frco this
uveulnu at tho Htato lusano iiBylum, I
MUs Copelund, Vulenlmo Skinner,
Miss Aldorsoo, Miss Stahlcy, and tho
10x20 cull and
for only $2.I0 size
see it at tnu uroniso
I 27 tf
Worm Words for Americans,
London. April 17. Tho Dally Mall,
on the American victory, says:
"Tho Ameiicans may bo congiutii
luted warmly upon tho victory which
they liayo won at Culumplt. Now, ut
last, It looks us though tho back of
tho Filipino resistance lias been
broken, und Englishmen will bo par
ticularly glad of the fact us they alono
i will (-Ire you prompt rellcr and cr-.
r uiiii i-uro. aao, k pox, AlluroggUU.
, Kanp Your Blaad Pttrm. ,
If yna liars nrKloatM Your cato a
) long time, you bad better tako (
, alio. It will remove all Inipurltlfi
I that have been accumulatlaff In your I
blood auit will Rreatly ttrcngthea .
your netTci. rrjgu, ll.U) a bottle.
J. a ATKIt CO, Lowell, Hui. i
27 -May 7Ii cash
1.0(! 1 cash 1.01.
aSIIJes: Meyers St Sons,
. -. 1 - s
Salem's Greatest Store.
Manila, April 27. Gen MucAr-,;
thiir's division crif-Hud tho RIoGraude'j
today and advanced on Apellt, com-
plotely routing the lloAer of the teiiel j
Manila, Apill 27.-The last troops
running Lawton's advance roachud
Nnrzargary today. They will run
three days and then with Summers 15
cjinuiand resume their march wett"H
ward, co-operating with MucArthur.
Model 57 .
tnitlon bJiowrt an
copy of tho
torn. A ,
A COLUMBIA '
Our stock Is now its best the swell
dust materials of the season, alto,
trimmed; constructed to glvoaimb
graceful oflffct; lti, 1 to aO; a bplun
did vulut; I'llco,,, ...
Shift Waists at
:S Special Prices
Our very select stock of the but
titling uno Ixw-t made waists at
special sale prlcvti tills week.
HAnT, eOrlAFFNCR & MAIIX.
The lines chain wheel ever turned out of a factory.
Hartfords, strictly high grade, S35,
Videttcs, fully guaranteed, S25 and $26.
SKOAT St WILSON.
With an Interrogation Mark
In the eye Is u grxid wuy to romr
lo our storo. We answer question,
and meet tho demand for any
thing needed for the eye uch u
speotacles or eyoulasses at small
cost. An experienced optician on
hand who will inakeexaiuinathub
free of charge.
We ulho wish to call attention to
our display of bouutlful Jewelry
for spring and kummer ware.
Call and sec us fur anytlilnu' In
our line at
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
110 BTATB BTRnxrr.
And wive from $2 f0 to W.00 by re il-
ing with a store that treats you right
or ni'-ney refundfd.
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our im ihi iikj iiiiiiuu
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NBW TOOK Kl) AND
Worn nnvi'r so oomnlute as now, the
host Scleslus, the Iwst I'ercallnes, the
best Near Silk, the best Rallsto etc
Another shipment of our celebrated
LHADRR ribbons and now draw
string eifeeta Just In.
We Have W"
Dent's Own. Gloves.
Shuwknit Half Hos; f jr
I 278 280 Commercial St, The Old White Corner.
5 WE CLOS1C AT 0 O'CLOCK,