CAPITAL JOURNAL. "f ! V , YOJj. X. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY JUNE 3, 1890. NO 131. DAILY salem woo 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 your boy! All sizes of Boy's Black Hose, the very best to be had: Ask for them. WOOY&tt lUi TOR, v KRAUSSE BROS, 275 Commercial Street. A Lui - -- -I -s -n - -n" " " "" LACY'S GREAT Per On V a. a. a. Wc nro not KILLING THE 20 Not making I-ow Prices on Demi Stock, and blowing about it us ft marvel, but wo tiro SLAUGHTERING- THE LIVING! Hewing down a clean, live Htock, level with the illrt which is associated with cheap prices. NEAV UP-TO-DATE STYLES! Every Shoo in the house flubject to the 20 per cent reduction. Hoods marked in plain figures. k Columbia Model 5? $50- The fines chain wheel ever turnrd out of a factory, Hartfords, strictly high grade, S35, Vidcttes, fully guaranteed, $25 and S26, SROAT &l WILSON. Brewster 01 con va COURT l'iio.VE prices if you Be euro to got our ludrfe Wm GRAY Cor.State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore. 60 The largest assortment of Mens Pants: Kegular sizes, extra sizes and extra longs. No matter what size you call for we have hm. A special drive on them. The finest line of Crash Hats for Men and Boys to be found, in Patterns and Styles. Not Imitators But Leaders in our line. We do not wait to see what others do, then try to imitate, we set the pace and let them try to follow. Our Shoe Sale Has created the talk of the town, our prices surpises them. All new goods, latest styles fif inupst nnces. there vou have it all in a nutshell. We are headquarters for fine or medium priced footwear, can and will save you money. Free Shine. , i-i . I..L1IIL,J1L. 1-1X1- ) Jua. L" " " ' " C 4r V V SLAUGHTER SHOE SALE. Cent Reduction All Shoes, t I I A i DEAD. WHAT WE SAY WE DP WE DO DO! k k A Originator of Low Prloos. Wo iJhlno thorn Froo. NEW SHOE STOHIV 04 STATE STREET. wWat.lVawWfcWWWW. i & White, STREET 1781. Wo are now handling salt, and at price that make people stare. Never before has Bait been sold so cheap us we are colli nt: it. Wholesale and retail. use salt. Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith's Tools, Fine Tools For Every Trade at BROS ills RESTORED Diplomatic Relations . Resumed And America and Spain Back to Business. A Notable Event in the History of the Two Nations. l!j- Aaaoclnteit Prom to the Journal. Wasiiixoto.v, June 3. Diplomatic re lations with Spain, which were broken off April 21, 1898, were formally resumed today when President McKinley greeted Due D Arcos, the newley accredited minister to the United States in the blue parlor of the- white house. It was a notable occasion in tlio world's history. The resumption of friendly relations between two natioiiB which had been at war and in a brief struggle had changed tho map of the world. The speeches of today were especially notable. They were plain spoken and devoid of the usual hazy diplomatic phraseology. Tho ceremony was exceedingly simple. Apia, May 10, via San Francisco, Juno 3. When Admiral ICuutz Issued tho proclamation, April 23, directing Mataafa and his.followera to keep be yond certain doilned limits around Apia, and followed by a notification that unless tho rebels were outside tho prescribed limits in 21 hours, Jlro would bo opened on them. The ultimatum brouuhr immediate and unconditional complianco with tho admiral's direo tions. From that time on there has been no conflict with the rebels. Mauhid, June .!. Uoriuany pays -,- 000,000 posatas for tho Caroline, Palos unit Mnriiuiiiu islands. Siutiit retains a coaling station in each group and Ger many undertakes to defend the stations in cafco of war. Ordered to Manila. Ily Aaaiicliitcit I'reaa to the Jonrunl. San Fiiancisco, Juno 3. Troops A and F, of tho Fourth cavalry, recently stationed in the Yellowstone Park, have been ordered to sail for Manila on tho transport Sheridan, scheduled to de part on June 7. Two companies of the Fourteenth infantry and 12" recruits will go to the Philippines on the Sheri dan. In pursuance of instructions from Washington, a board of medical olllcers has been upiointed to make a careful examination into tho physical condi tion of tho troops and recruits now at tho Presidio und of those who may ar rive hereafter. Tho board has instruc tions to eliminate all fetich us may be found physically imiwrfeet in any re spect. LUMBER TRUST. Pacific Loast Lumber Combination Con summated, lly Associated I'rraa to tile J oil null San Fiiancisco, Juno 3. Tho Pacific coast exjwrt lumber manufacturers have consummated arrangements which will make tho price of building matorial much higher than it has been for a long time. The combine is comjioflod of all tho pine lumber companies in Hritish Columbia, Washington and Oregon. Under the now schedulo, lumbor was advanced ior 1,000 feet. Campbell Acquitted. Hr Aaaoelnle.1 I'rraa to the Jouruiil. Colfax, Wash., Juno 3. William G. Camplwll was acquitted Friday evening of the ehurgo of murdering James Hard- wick, January 3. Tho Jury wus out only fifteen minutes. The trial lasted two days. The defense set up a plea of Helf-defouso. Islands for Germany. y Associated I'rraa to the Journal. Maihh, June 3. In a s).oh from the throne at tho oortaa it Was an nounced that tho Marianne, Carollno and Polow islands worn coded to Gar many by the late cabinet. Thirty-Eight Millions. v Associated I'reaa lo the Journal. Bax Fkancisco, June 3. H. F. Lolb, president of the Stanford university trustees, U quoted as saying that the property dewlwl to that Inrtitution by Mrs. Stanford is worth 183,000,000, and eould bo convert! into $16,000,000 cash. The gift to the trnt of 300,000 slwreti of Southern Pacific stock will not attest ) management of the railroad. rhe Soar! Pacific Company are ptadgul to protect the interest of the fctamlartl of the unveraty. It i uiMleratood that aH of Mm. Stanford's remaining itittfftrtgr will 1" eourbeof time, mwt a jiart f th an- versity endowment. Her health is poor and on Wednesday next she will start for Europe, where sho will remain for several months. Russians Execute Japs. n Aaanclntetl I'reaa to the Jniirunl. Skattlk, Juno 3. According to Ori ental papers received by the Kinshlu Mariu, Japan is much aroused over the report from Shanghai that twelve Jap anese spies had been captured by tho Russians at a place, called Tosang, pre sumably on Llao Tung peninsula. Par ticulars of tho affair are meager, but it is understood that tho men wero exe cuted in a fortress witlvut trial. A Couger In Town. All the dentists, druggists, merchants, bartenders, blacksmiths, barbers, law yers, preachers, landlords, undertakers, and everybody elso in Cottage Grove who had a gun and could persuade a dog to follow them had a hot chase after a couger last Tuesday evening. It seonis tho bold animal came into tho margin of the city and excitement run high for some time. All the animosities and grudges were laid aside and tho lion and the lamb wero alike hot in tho chat-e after the varmint. To make a long story short, Mr. Couger got away. NEW TRIAL GRANTED, Dreyfus Has Been Granted Rehearing' New Trial Ordered. (! AaanL'littcil I'reaa to tlic Jfiurnnl, Pauis, Juno 3. Tho court of casea tion today rendered a verdict in favor of the revision of tho Dreyfus case and ordering the court martial for the trial of the prisoner. STATE NEWS, A Hood River man was told that 8 tit would kill the cutworms that in fested his plants. Ho used it and found tbut the worms thrived on it. Pat Rrunnan, of Albany, is seriously ill. Ho is 00 years old. There wero 22 graduates who received diplomas ut Hlllsborro high school lust evening. ' The fouitlt annual commencement oxorclhOH at the Ashland Normal school began yesterday and will conclude on Wednesday, ' Tho commencement exercises Dalhyi Creole academy Isjgan yesterday with the recitals of the musical department; Tho program for Saturday evening, en tertainment by tho literary society Sunday, bacclaureato sermon by Presi dent Lee, of Albany college; Monday, alumni realign and banquet; Tuosday evening, graduation. The seventh annual commencement of tho high school was held in P.ugeno lust evening. Diplomas were given to eight students. Mrs. Kliiuhoth Deckanl, one of Ore gon's pioneer women, died ut her home in Kugeue this morning, uged 77. She cajno to Oregon in lWil, locating with her family In Albany. Her husband died In 1871. Yamhill county will build a 2.r00 monument to its soldiers who died in the Philippines. Tho trustees of the fund to bo raised are County Judge R. Bird, ex-Mayor William Chrlsmau und Rev. G. W. Grunnis, commander of Custer iost, G, A. R. It is believed that tho money can bo raised by Janu ary 1, 1900. About fli0 has been sub. scribed. Wills His Wife to His Brother. Nuw Yoiik, Juno 3. Sinn. T. Junk willed his wife to his brother James C, Jack. The lust testament of the actor and theatrical manager, proprietor of rovornl theaters, "Creole" and other burlesque companies, who died April 27, has been filed for probate in the olliue of tho surrogate. It contains this re markable provisien: "It is my wish first und foremost that my brother James and my wife Kmiiiu shall become husband and wife." Mrs. Jack, tho "Kinma" of the will was Miss Ilinina Ward, the favorite act ross in tho old Lily Clay burlesque com pany, wliioh was playing at Niblo's in 1802 when Sum T. Jauk married her. James C, Jack was asked if he would ac cept the bequost of his brother, but ho would make no statement. Tim estate is valued at t7o,000, of which $110,000 is saiil to be hi bunk in this city aid Chicago. The testator left one-third of his property to his wife Kinma, nue-tliird to bis brother James C. Jack and divided the remainder among other relatives. MAY STRIKE. Eight Hour Day May Cause titrike Be cause They Will OePaid Accjrdingly.H Dbkvhh, Juno 3. A notkw has k-on I'Mtod in tho various smelters to the ef fect that employes will hereafter Imj paid by the hour instead of by the day has resulted in a strike of 160 men ut the Durango KiuelUir. The eight hour law goes into effect June 16 and it is jiowible a general strike of smelter employee will oeeur in Colorado, numbering over ten tUuOeflml, which may take place at that time. The workers oxjxjted the same lty for an efght luiur day as was pre viously reeeiml for ten ami twelve boure- Mr. J. J. Ufelwnledn and daughter ifctrUHt, returned lat evening from Portfaud where they had bwn to attend the fHHeral f a daughter and idgter. BEING SETTLED Ambassadore Ciioate Laboring Hard. The Valid Title Clause Will Be Considered. Germany Alios Herself With Spain in Protecting Coaling Stations. ll AaNiit-liitt'il I'rraa to the Journal. London', Juno 3. A representative of the Associated Press is informed that Ambassador Choate, at u conference with the Marquis of Salisbury yester day, submitted tho despatches from tho olllclals ut Washington, who have con sidered tho points raised by tho Canadi ans in tho boundary dispute. Two points were specially treated, tho first defining tho lino of arbitration to which it is proposed to submit tho Alas kan question and tho American view of tho Lynn canal strip claim. A 'prominent foreign olllcial said: "Canada's proposition on tho ilrst point may bo accepted by both parties, und that the llfty-yenr valid title clausu will bo made u base of negotiations, In which case they will practically proceed on tho Vcuczulcun lines. Wasiunoton, Juno 3. Tho opinion here is that Spain has a good bargain in tho price obtained fdr tho Paclllc islands. Tho cubIi compensation is about five million dollars but In addi tion tho guarantees afforded by Ger many mo regarded extraordinary. In undertaking to protect the coaling stations in Spain commits Germany In a sense to an ulllunco with Spain. A aOLDEN LEQEND. An Oregon Musical Entertainment of Which Salem May tie Proud. At tho opera house next Thursday evening this beautiful Symphonic Can tata, by Dudloy Ruck, will bo presented by tho Salem Choral society, un orches tra of ten pieces, soloists, the Curdluul Utiles' Quartet and tho Choiueketu mule quartet. The part of Klslo will bo sung by Miss F.thol Raymond, Lucifer by J. G. Hammond, und Prince Henry by Mr. J. W. Relclier, the well-known tenor, of Astoria. The music is suiierh, tho chorus splendidly trained, the orchestra is uu especinl feature und tho soloists, possessing rich, pleasing voices, uro till gosl selections for tho parts taken. Witltih these columns for further notices ami descriptions of tho cuntutu. The preparation for this production hiive occupied tho past four months, ulnl tho result of this great amount of work will be shown next Thursday night. The nddiii Hsiou including reserved seats is only toOo. Tho great interest taken in the "Golden Ugend" indi cates u full house. Schley in Ulucago, II y Aaaoi'liitnl I'reaa It, the Juiirnul. Ciiicaoo, Juno 3. Hour-Admiral Schley arrived today from Omaha. A Ijody of the Chicago naval reserves, who fought at Santiago and a committee from the loyal legion and a multitude of citi zens welcomed him ut tho station. Wind Storm. Kansas City, Juno 3. A heavy wind storm swept over central Kansas today. At Stafford, Geo. Writer wus killed and two of his family severely injured, At Pratt, tho Santa Fe roundhouse wus leveled to the ground ami barns and outhouses wore blown down. A Face oaunot he considered Iwautlful if the oyos are weak und rod. And as these iC. . as iifn rolHAVtlltltt t UfLffltlfl Satlllllil 'lMjrmit them to remain. A thorough IknowlMlgoof optical fitting enables us to achieve almost wonderful results. Place yourself In our ha mis and aching und unsightly oyM will Ixt tilings oi mo I Htst. Our charges are moderate. BARR'S JEWELRY STORE, 310 STATU 8TRBDT If B$ $jib ffr NOT A CLEAN PLAY. Montana Paper's "Roast" of the Ficnch Play, "The Tunic " Of "Tho Turtle," whjoh U booked for tho Heed next Wednesday, the llutto Miner, of May 22, says over the follow ing headlines: "For the Male Sex Only 'The Turtle,' u Good Thing to Hring Color to a Woman's Cheeks a Perfection of Huggestlvenesst" "People who peruse tho New York papers will remeinbor what a furore 'The Turtle caused in Now York. So suggestive and immoiul wus It that it i coined for awhile as if even Now York would insist upon its withdrawal, "After seeing 'Tho Turtle' at the Grand opera-house last night, tho need of it censor for tho stage Is apparent. There wero many ladies there, a num ber of young girls, flushes wero fre quent in the Ilrst act, at allusions und positions. At tho beginning of tho sec ond act tho face of every modest woman turned a brilliant crimson and contin ued ho through the action of the play. U might be going too fur to suy that no self-respecting woman knowing what tho play is would attend, though that seemed to be tho universal verdict. Rut most cirtninly no young girl should b allowed to go, and no unmarried woman with u gentlemen escort.'' SPARRING FOR SPEAKER Representative Sherman thinks Henderson of Iowa Not Yet Selected. II Aaauelutcil I'rraa tu the Journal. Sviiacusi:, N. Y,, Juno 3. Tho Post Standard prints u signed statement from Representative Hliermau. He says in part: "In referonco to tho speakership contest, unless tho current report with referonco to Ohio, is correct, I have not lost tho support of a single member upon whom I hod counted. Mr. Hend erson is not yet selected as Republican choice for speaker, I am certainly still a candidate," INDIAN WAR VETERANS. Bennett Camp No. 8 Elects Offlcers and Adopts Hot Resolutions, At u meeting of the Indian War Vet erans, held this forenoon in the olllco of John G. Wright, a good number wore present. Knthuslustio speeches wero made by several und the following olll cers wero elected for lleunett Camp No. 8, to sorvo for the coming year: J. II. Hlgln, captain; Cluis. Culvert, Ilrst lieutenant; F. M. Smith, second lieutenant; J. G. Wright, orderly ser geant; Win. Townsond, color bearer; C. Furlow, musician ; representatives to the. grand encampment, F. M. Smith, O. Furlow und J. G. Wright. Tho following resolutions wero unani mously adopted : Resolved, That our representatives to the grand encampment bo instructed to use their best entleuvors to have every Indian War Veteran in the Northwest pledge himself not to support any can didate for cougrosmuii who is not pledged to use Ids best energies to se cure the rights und claims of the Indian War Veterans of tho Paclllc Northwest. a&KaunuuBaasauBQBaaRUBMiBttMERaBHOi J Jos. Meyers & Sons, I Salem's Greatest Store. is a a d t m 31 l TO m At m a a a WEAR Wc don't believe you can find a suit of any other make that will have the style and appearance of these Hart,Schaff ner & Marx suits or that will wear as well and cost as little in the long run. Come in and see them and try on some of the new styles. HART, BCHAff NtR 4 MARX K S 3 m M U M GUARANTEED CLOTHINQ. OUJt I 278 -280 Commercial St, The Old WafMlllllllllSMMIMnMMBa1ilMiMIHflMIMIWMlliMBilMIIIIMIIIiliiiiil Royal iiBSOlUTEEVURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome wu Kmo apwota TROOPS CALLED OUT, To Act as. Guards While Murderer is Being Tried. Mr AiHoHiilril I'reaa to the Journal. IiKviNtiTos, Ky., Juno 3. One hun dred picked rifleuiun, of tho First Ken tucky regiment und gntlliig-gun battery, left today for Clay county, to sorvo as a guard during tho trial of Thos. Hownrd for murder. Howard Is connected with parties to a bitter feud and it is re garded as necessary to liavo troops present to prevent violence. FISHERMEN ACQUITTED Said They Were Fishing fcr Trout, and Not for Salmon. OitmioN City, Juno 3. George Him lor and Pearl Heomuii wero on on trial for Illegal fishing. Dojuity Fish Com missioners Morgan and Loughery tes tilled that they saw tho defendants with a fish net in tho water and fast onedto tho boat. Hinder and Rcemnn denied having n net, but said they were fishing for trout. The jury brought in u verdict of not gulfty. Tho deputy llsh commissioners nro stilt patrolling tlio Claekuinas. Although thoy have not succeeded in securing convictions for Illegal fishing, thoy say that they have practically put a stop to gill-netting in the Clackamas. in a iii 'ai a TERRIBLE DISASTER. About Thirty Indians Drowned, While Doing to a Pot-Latch, Layauan, Alberta, Juno 3. Uotwecn 20 and 30 Indians, including men, wom en und children wero drowned in hike of Tlio Clouds, wdiilo crossing to tho reservation to attend a pot-latch. Two long l)uts collided and both wero remleied uselesu and the enttro party was lost. Tho third bout wus niunned by four Indians, which reached the spot us the lust survivor slipped from the capsl.ed bouts and disappeared into the glacier-fed waters. The Magers' Case, Judge lUunott nt Dallas overruled tho motion for u now trial for W. G. Magors, convicted of tho murder of Ray Sink, und sentenced Mugors to bo bunged July 21, Mugur took his mmtouco with in difference. Mugors' attorneys wore granted 10 days to Illo it bill of exceptions. They will upiH'iil tho ,cuse to tho supreme court. - w - A, A. Robinson, of Graugervllle, Idaho, who has been visiting friends In Salem, wus u passenger to Portland this morning via the Klinore. THE BEST Copyright ity) Vf Hart, bciuflotf ft Uu wmmk iWtl' ,f ! 'ft v ''''( AwKrrM WAmim .,Jk 4hi.lip . Mill (III II BSaaK Kit TBSaaV STOKE OPEN J3VJ8NINGS. Baking Powder co., w VOS.H. A SERIOUS QUARREL. S. L. Scrogffin Stabbed by P. M. Church man, at Sheridan. P. M. Churchman stabbed S. L. Scrog gln Boveral times in tho breast and back In a row in tlio olllco of tho Yamhill Milling Company Thursday afternoon. Scroggin is not dangerously wounded. Hoth men aro prominent in business cir cles. Mr. Scroggin is a member o( tho banking firm of 8croggin & Wortman, nnd Mr. Churchman is interested in the Yamhill Milling Company. Tho men quarreled Wednesday ovor a wheat deal, and had a rough and tumble light, but wero separated. Yesterday Scroggin called at tlio olllco of tlio Mil ling Cumpuny to ship a couple of cars of wheat, Churchman was there and tho quarrel was resumed. Scroggin grabbed Churchman by tho beard and pulled him over u railing and threw him down. Churchman thon stabbed Scrog gin. Scroggtn's wounds aro Slight, but ho was weakened by loss of blood, Church man came out of tho fight with a few scratches on the face. Six Blocks Burned. Hi:i uiii.io, Wn., Juno 3. A fire today destroyed six blocks, Inflicting a loss of llfty thousand dollars. Thoflro wan checked by blowing up buildings with dymtmito. ' Ktery woniliiR I haro n lad taste in my mouth; m ijiik.io Is rotU tuy hetil actio und 1 oftun rocliuziy. J li&rti nonjijia tl to lot bruiklmt.Hudwlut food I rat IU-licuM-j me, 1 Ilits a liwtjr feeling la my Mtoiu.irli I nm cutting u ireak tint soma tluiM I truriMa.iiml mynervr are all un atruii. I bin Ktttlni; pala and thin. I an a tlrvil in tlio liiumlns as at night." Wlutlitlietroiiuloy Impure Mood. WlutUiiWraiuudyr Aner's 11.M a bottle. AtHdrtW,t. Tnka one or two of Aycr'a Tills racli nlclit. Vou cannot b cured U troubled with constipation. l'llcs.Ucabox. Writs nt frssly all tha ystllonUn la our esse. You will recslra a prompt ifly. I)E.J.C.AYKlt.LuwlI,Mn. WHEAT MARKET. Ciiicaoo, Juno 3. July 77?i. Cash red 70ki. San l'ltANciBCO, June, 3. Cash 1. 10 Good Clothing v jj At popular prices is the standard we maintain. Men's sack suit of abso lutely all wool cas simeres and chevi otts. Exclusive clothiers price $12.50, our price $8,50 Men's high grade suits in black, clays and pure worsteds, etc., linings and trimmings the best obtainaable. Exclu sive clothiers ask 18 and $20 for none better, our price. $12,50 tr White Corner. fif This YmtPi Snoarilk i y V4 ---' i aU. ''Tsa ibjjibf aja,iai.akfMh Jfi .ai..