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SATURDAY.
CAPITAL
&IVE CENT
JOURNAL, "-ssa-
SATURDAY.
J.
VOL. G.
"THE PEOPLE'S PAPER."
SALEM, OHEGON, MONDAY, JUSTE ia, 1893.
"TO-DAY'S NEWS TO-DAY."
NO. 187.
JULY 4
And people will bo made
CASH
And when . you find how little money it
Suit of Clothes, a Pair of Shoes, or a
You will surely smile, and say:
"WHAT FOOLS WE MORTALS BE"
That we have not always traded with
J. W. THOMAS, 297 Com'l, St., SALEM.
Keeping Pace With
Have your business accounts kept in PERFECT books, such are
The FreyPatent Flat Opening Books.
Books that are worthy of the patronage and praise of the Government Of
ficials of the State of Oregon, aud the greater portion of the merohantlle men
of the 8tate, are surely deserving of a trial by everyone.
Manufactured in Oregon ONLY ly The Meaton-Dygert Book Mfg. Co.,
Proprietors of
THE CAPITAL CITY BINDERY.
Binders to the State of Oregon, Printers and Lithographers, Salem, Oregon.
500,000
OSWKGO -
FALL. 1892.
We would call the attention of dealers, and large and small planters, to
our large and varied assortment of Fruit Trees and Small Fruits, Ornamental,
Shade, Nut and Evergreen trees. Our trees are clean, smooth, and first-class in
every respect. Send for catalogue and price list. Address,
Walling & Jarisch,
"Mention this paper. Oswego, Oregon.
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency.
Representing the following well-known and reliable Cempanies:
BTATE INSURANCE CO., JEln Insurance Co.,
Traders' Insurance Co., Bun Insurance Co..
National Insurance Co., Westchester Klro Ins. Co.,
tilon Kire Insurance Co., Imperial Klre Insurance Co.,
Iondou a Lancashire Fire Ins. Boa, London Assuranoe I orporatlon,
Alliance Assurance Co., Norwich Union Fire Ins.Ioo.
Oldest and Leading Firm in the City Devoted Exclusively to Insurance,
I W. TflORNBORG,
THE UPHOLSTERER.
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade
enables me to turn out first-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
give estimates. State Insurance block, Cbemeketa street.
CHURCHILL Spraying -Outfits,
B I 103 -
BURROUGHS State Street.
F. T. HART,
247 COMMERCIAL STREET.
ESTABLISHED 1876.
WILLIAM NILES & CO.,
Los Angeles. California.
BREEDERS AM EXPORTERS OF
Ed. C.
Will
happy, but in the,meantime if
call around at the
the Times.
TREES !
NURSERIES.
SPRING, 1893.
STORE
LEADING MERCHANT
TAILOR.
INCORPORATED 1891
FINE , CATTLE, HOGS, POULTRY.
Berkshire k Poland-China Pigs a Specialty.
Fancy Poultry, All Varieties.
Eggs for Hatching.
Incubators.
Niles Pacific Coast Poultry and Stock, illustra
ted, 60 cents by mall.
J0-HEND FOR CIRCULARS.-!
Cross,
Wholesale am. Retail
Bealer In Freak, Salt mmI
Smoked Meats rallKIads
95 Court and
110 State Streets,
Choice
Meat
be Celebratec at
Salem
you wish to oure the Blues,
takes to buy a
Dress for the Family
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
WILLAMETTE.
Mark Solomon, C R Tilly, Chicago.
E L Simons, New York.
L. 0. Roeber, Richmond.
E L Rector and wife, Gervais.
Fred H Dayton, St. Louis.
G W Carr, Chas H Lane, W H Ray
mond, Toll Thompson, Portland.
Geo. B. Cramer, Philadelphia.
From Friend to Friend
Goes the story of the excellence of
Hood's Sarsaparilla and what it has
accomplished, and this is the strongest
advertising which Is done on behalf of
tblb medicine. We endeavor to tell
honestly what Hood's Sarsaparilla Is
and what it will do, but what It has
done is far more important and far
more potent. Its unequalled record of
cures is sure to convince those who
have never tried Hood's Sarsaparilla
that it is an excellent medicine.
Simmons Liver Regulator cured me
of general debility and loss of appetite.
Mrs. Jttdmund fitton, FranKford, ra.
New things are an old story at
Clark & Eppley's.
Good Enough Fob Us. Loyal Sa
lem housekeepers who have used Sa
lem's "Pride of Oregon" flour for years
say it is good enough for the king's ta
ble, and will use no other.
e
Hawks & Levar, wall paper, 97 State.
HOHN.
BENOIT. To Mr. and Mrs. Adelor
Benoit, of South Salam, June 10,
1803, a teq pound boy.
MARK1KD.
FLEMING-HERSE. At the court
house in Salem Saturday, June 10,
1803, Miss Laura A. Fleming and H.
L. Herse, Judge Hubbard officiating.
DRA?UH.
ROSSITER. At the family residence
In the Waldo Hills, two miles east of
Whiteaker, on June U,1893,at 2 p. ni.,
Walter Rosslter, aged 45 years.
Deceased .leaves a wife and seven
children, and was a brother-in-law of
Geo. S. Downing, superintendent of
the penitentiary.
The funeral was held Sunday from
the residence and interment In Union
Hill cemetery.
MARTIN. Sunday morning Jnne
Utb, 1893, of consumption, at the
borne of bis brother, S. S. Martin,
in Salem, John M. Martin, aged 67
years.
Deceased was a farmer, living near
Macleay, and bad a family of grown
children. He waa raised in Decatur
county, Ohio, and moved to Oregon
from Kansas 18 years ago. The funeral
was held this forenoon at the church
in Macleay, where he had many friends,
all of whom respected him aa a good
citizen and honest man.
AUNSPUGER. At Portland, June
Otb, 1803, Geo. Arnipuger, father of
Mrs. T. P. Burt, of Salem.
v CURES v
Rising Breast
"MOTHER'S njm9&2JG2
feted child-bearing woman. I hate bees a
tnld-wlfe for many yeart. and In each cue
where "Mother" Friend'' baa been need It
ba accomplished wonder and relieved nuefe
entering. It la the beet remedy for rUfawol
the breaat known, and worth the price) Tor
tnataloM. MJU.M.M.BiwsTsm,
Hontgoiaery, Ala.
Bent by erprew, charge prepaid, on receipt
of preoe, alio per bottle.
BttABTIKLO RMOULATOH CO..
old by all DraiU. XtUltu, Oi.
THE PACIFIC
DETECTIVE AND (ELECTING BUREAU
SALEM, ... Oregon
Private work a epecUUy.
O. B. CLMaBHT, Xaaafer.
BLOODY FIGUT WlTB BANDITS
Tlio Famous John Sontag is
Mortally Wounded.
GOOD WORK BY A FOSSE.
Chris Evans, 'Soatag's Partner,
Escapes in the, Mountains.
Visalia Cal., Juno 12. Deputy
Sheriff Rapelje, of Fresno county, and
Officer Fred Jackson, of Nevada, and
others who are in the mountains near
bere, looking for EvanB and Sontag,
tbe noted Collins trafn robbers, came
onto them Sunday night. A general
light ensued, in wbiih Jackson was
wounded in the leg; and Evans was
probably mortally founded If not
killed. Sontag escaped, apparently
unhurt. The wounded officer was
brought here, and tbe aberiil of Freeno
was wired to send a posse to tbe scene.
Later.
Visalta, Ca, June 12. The posse
arrived at 10:26 this morning from the
scene of last night's encounter with tbe
notorious train robbers, Chris. Evans
and John Sontag. At day break it was
discovered that the man who had been
shot by tbe officers last night was John
Bontag instead of Chris Evans, aa was
at first reported. Sontag is mortally
wounded having been nhot in the abdo
men. Sontag was brought here by tbe
posse and Chris Evans escaped into the
mountains.
THE FORD'S THEATRE INQUEST.
Exciting Scenes Among the Witnesses
and Clerks.
Washington, June 12 The In
quest over the bodies of the Ford's the
atre accident begau here today. Col.
Ainswortb, chief of thejrecrrd and pen
sion division, aganlstwhom are Im
plied accusation of responsibility for
tbe accident is made, I present. Tbe
first witness, BanjanilaiReiss, testified
be had not see a the arena roped off as'
dangerous inside the building, particu
larly tbe rear part, which did not fall,
as unsafe. Charles Troutman, a olerk,
testified he had been warned by J. W.
Webb in charge of the first floor not
to approach the area or floor roped off
while tbe excavation waa going on.
No other warning of tbe building was
given. Smith Thompson, a clerk, tes
tified that tbe messengers of Colonel
Ainswortb stationed on the stairway
frequently notified clerKs with bated
breath, that it was tbe colonel's orders
that employes should walk on tip toes
up and down tbe stairway. Witness
was an engineer and examined tbe
building. There were no props where
excavation was going on. He declared
the feeling of tbe clerks towards Colo
nel Ainsworth one of abject fear.
At afternoon session there was an ex
citing scene. Charles Barnes, a brother
of one of the men killed, walked for
ward and shook hh flat In Colonel
Ainsworth'8 face, shouting "You mur
dered my brother and shan't sit thero
intimidating those witnesses." Colon
el Alnswor'b started to speak, when
the excited clerks began shouting for
blm to sit down, shut up: and tbe like,
followed by cries of "Hang blm" "bang
him," and men sprang forward as if to
execute tbe mandate. Tbey finally
quieted, however, and the Inquest ad
journed.
A letter from Secretary Jjamont was
read at the Inquest giving assurance
that no clerk need fear dismissal on ac
count of bis testimony.
Insane Drowning.
Zanesville, Ohio, June 12. Yetcr
terday, three miles south of Fulton,
Mrs. Clara Weaver drowned her two
children, aged 4 yenrs and six months,
respectively, and also herself, In shal
low water, In Buckeye creek. Tbe
woman was undoubtedly Insane.
A Big Loser.
Corvalub. June 12.-J. H. Wolff of
Salem had about tO.000 deposited In
she bunted bauk at Corvallla. Mr.
Uolfl Is a recent arrival from tbe East
and had purchased laud In the neigh
borhood of Corvallis, making a small
payment at the time of purchase.
Bhaffner's Body Found.
Milwaukee. June 12. The remains
of an unknown man, recovered from
tbe river Sunday, are believed to be
tboae of Herman Sbaflner, tbe missing '
Chicago banker who disappeared on
tbe third instant, Just previous to bis
failure.
Railroad Bold.
Kansas City, Mo.; June 12. The
Wyanotto and Northwestern road was
sold under foreclosure of a million dol
lars mortgage to the Farmers Loan and
Trust Co., of Boston. It ia bought In
by tbe Gould interest.
HABKISON AT THE FAIR.
Officially Entertained Other News
from the White City.
Chicago, June 12. The forty-first
annual convention of the international
typographical union met hero today
with 800 delegates. Ex-President Ben
jamin Harrison arrived at the world's
fair grounds shortly before noon. He
was entertained at luncheon in the ad
ministration building by the world's
fair officials.
World's Fair Failure.
Chicago, Ills., June 12. A receiver
is appointed for tbe Howey World's
Fair Hotel and Howey Home Improve
ment Company. Assets of former 85,
OuO; liabilities $00,000. Assets of latter
(141,600; liabilities $00,000.
canal trouble ended.
Under tbe protection of militia work
on the drainage canal waa resumed this
morning. But only one-third of the
workmen took up tools, fearing a re
petition of last week's violence on the
part of the strikers at Lemont.
Ford's Theatre Investigation.
Washington, D. C, June 12, The
military court of inquiry to investigate
tbe Ford's theatre accident will meet
this afternoon, but taking testimony
will not begin for a week as some wit
nesses wanted are in attendance on the
coroner's inquest.
One Plum.
Washington, June 12. The presi
dent appointed Charles E. Norrls, post
master at Hailey, Idado.
Cholera Victims.
Calais, June 12. Nine deaths from
oholeralo disease occurred yesterday.
NEW PENSION RULING.
Commissioner Lochran Benders a
Very Important Decision.
Washington, June 12, Judge
Lochran, commlnloner of pensions,
with the approval of Secretary Hoke
Smith, has issued tbe following Impor
tant order as to adjudication and fixing
rates of pensiens:
First A claim for a pension under
the second seotion of tbe act of June
27, 1890, can only be allowed upon
proof of mental or physical disability
of a permanent character, not the re
sult of clalman's own vicious habits,
(capacitating blm from the performance
of manual labor in sucb a degree as to
render him unable to earn bis support.
Second No specific injury or disabil
ity cau, as such, have a pensionable
rating under tbat act, nor be considered
otherwise than as it affects the incapa
city of claimant to perform ordinary
manual labor.
Third Proof that tbe disability Is
not tbe result of claimant's vicious hab
its Is requisite; therefore, the causes and
circumstances of the origin of tbe disa
bility should be shown by evidence fur
nlsbed in support of tbe olalua for a
pension, so far aa can be done, and by
persons other than tbe claimant
Fourth To give tbe claimants a pen
slonable status under this aot, tbe disa
bility must be such as to Incapacitate
blm from the performance of manual
labor In such a degree as to render him
unable to earn his support.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Try the one cent Journal dally by
mall.
E. Shepherd, of Stay ton,was a Salem
visitor today.
Strawberry social at tbe Christian
church tonight.
Judge Weatherford and Banker
Cuslck, of Albany, are in tbe city.
E. F. Parkburst returned from Alsea
today, where be bad been on business
for tbe State Insurance company.
W. W. Brooks went to Portland this
afternoon.
J. S. Prunk, of Turner, was in the
city this morning.
Hon. J. F. Brown, son-in-law of Prof.
Z. F. Parvln returned to bis home at
Heppuer today.
Prospect Hill people will have a
school plcnlo next Saturday at their
picnic grounds.
The friends of Prof. Al. Peebles are
pushing blm for tbe prlnelpakblp of
tbe North Balem school. Tbe board
elects teachers Tuesday.
Ous. Iloefer and H. A. Snyder, of
Aurora, were Balem vMtors today.
Preserve your fruit with SBtlferaen
tine without eoeklsg. At Gilbert, Pat
terson & Co., Balem. dw-lt
The Bew6toaair chamber fertbe
Salem water work will be up ea the
Highest of all hi Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't" Report
RoYal
m&m
ABSOLUTELY PURE
steamer Elwood tonight, and will be
put up at once.
Mrs. J. It. Falrbank arrived from
Nebraska last Saturday and is now
comfortably Bottled with tbe Judge a
few miles east of this city, which they
hope to make their future home.
August Smith committed an assault
and battery Sunday on tbe person of
another. Usual fine.
Monday, Juno 12, 3 p. m., concert by
conservatory of music 8 p. m lecture
before the literary societies by Rev. J.
W. Busbong, D. D.
Two convicts were brought from
Umatilla county today, Mauuel Cocon
ado aud J. G. Richardson.
Jack Robinson of tbe Salem Water
Co. force, started for Lebanon today to
lay several miles of water pipe. He is
a rustler and will do a good Job.
Phil. K. Fretz, of this city, will here
after be known as a District Deputy
Grand Master, W. T. WilllamBou,
Grand Ksstor of Oregon Jurisdiction,
having this day appointed blm such.
Salem is a good town in one respect:
The wind is slowly but surely let out of
a fraud if be will Just stay here long
enough to let his real character become
apparent.
Elmer Woriok, who was bound over
after a farcical trial before Recorder
Edes for firing blank cartridges at W.
A. Sbaw, to drive him away from tbe
hallway to bis room at ten o'clock at
night, has returned from his surveying
work with Alonzo Gesner.to appear be
fore the grand jury.
THE ANNUAL BOSE SHOW.
The Bouq.net City Will Have its
Flower Festival June 16th and
17th.
Tbe society has adopted tbe following
rules governing tbe rose shew:
1. Tbe superintendent sball.bave gen
eral chargo of tbe rose show.
2. Judges shall be appointed by tbe
executive committee, and all adjust
ments not covered by rules or pub
lished action of tbe executive com
mittee shall be referred to tbat com
mittee. 3. Exhibits not at the door by 2 p. tu.
on tbe first day of tbo show will be
debarred from competition. Exhib
its will bo received from 0 a. m. till 2
o'clock.
4. All flowers may bo banded to tbe
superintendent or assistants at tbe
door, and subject there to their ar
rangement. Flowers must be marked
with the entry number of the owner.
5. Receptacles for premium flowers
' will bo furnished by the superintend
ent, but flowers for display may be
arranged any manner desired by tbe
owner.
6. All flowers entered for premiums
must be distinctly named, if incor
rectly named tbey will be excluded
from premiums.
7. No Inferior plant or flower to receive
a premium.
8. Flowers of any one variety entered
for premium must not consist of
more than six.
0. All plants must be owned by the
exhibitors and bave been in tbelr pos
session at least three months before
the show, and all cut flowers must be
grown by the exhibitor.
10. Plants or flowers cannot bo re
moved until tbe closo of tbo exhibi
tion exoept by permission of the sup
erintendent. 11. "No flower can bo entered for more
than one premium.
premium list.
1.
2.
8.
4.
6.
6.
7.
Largest collection of varieties.
Beat
exhibit " 1
" rosebuds
rose Introduced in '01 and '02.
Premiums will consist of blue, led
and white ribbons.
Special premiums will be offered for
the finest display of tbe following
named varieties: Marecbal Nell, Vis
countess Folkstoue, Nephltos. Papa
Gontler, Catherine Mermet, Sunset,
Marie Van Houte, Meteor, Jauqueml
not, Rlene Marie Honrletto, Wiu. Al
len Richardson, La France, La Marc,
The Bride, Malmalson, Anna Olllvler,
Hermosa, Laurette, E Y Tees, Perle du
Jardln.
Beet collection of wild flowers gath
ered by child under 14 years of age,
each species arranged separately.
Free Lbotukbb. Clark Braden will
lecture la tbe Christian church at 8
o'clock Tuesday and Wednesday even
ian. June 13tu and Utb. Subjects:
"What CbrfoUaalty baa done for the
World;" "The Relation of Christianity
te Politleal, Social, Domestic, Intetect
Hal, Moral and Religious Life."
raking
Powder
CIRCUIT OOURT SESSION.
Call of the Docket Grand Jury
Oases Set for Trial.
Judgo Burnett called to order at 10 a.
m. and appointed following efficers:
Court bailiffs : Jesse Maoy and H.
A. Johnson, Jr.
Grand Jury bailiff, D. W. Morrla.
Ho then proceeded to a call of the
docket with following entries:
SET FOll TRIAL BY JURY.
B. E. Robertson, assignment, June
15th, 11:30.
Charlea Burton et al vs. R. B. Plow- J!)
man, damages. 4
Stay ton Hall Co. vs. Grant Lake, et
al, action for money.
State of Oregon vs. H. B. Blmou,offer
to bribe.
M. L. Jones vs. L. M. Hensell, appeal
from Justice.
Joseph Meyers vs. Samuel L. Lovell,
action for monoy.
Emma Simmons vs. D. W. Edgar,
aotlon for money.
Thos. Holman vs. Thos. P. Welc'tf,
constable, appeal.
SETTLED. ,
John Weltz vs. Rankin Edgar. i r
G. W. Woodworth vs. John Knight.
Chas. S. Welter, Salem LandCo.j
Willis Bros. & Co. vs. Capital City
Railway Co. '
Ellis Leeson vs. L. A. Walker. j.
Zeuaide Durette vs. A. Choquette. .
Coolldge fc McClaln vs. Oregon Mill
ing uo.
H. A. Thomas vs. Geo. Crabtree.
jcuzaueiu josepu va. w. a. ouaw. a
T,. n. Hrnnhnr vl V. M. T.nftlJi .
J. W. Warner & Co. vs. Capital City
Railway Co. ' "
M. T. Rlneman vs. G. C. Hogan and
Mary Hogan.
DEFAULTS.
J. J. Duffeler vs. Demaeon et al.
Louis Rau vs. T. Grim.
W.T. Barrows vs. Morton R. Gay
lord. , t
Goodman & Son vb. James Barnes et
al.
Coolldge & McClalne vs. same.
Ben Forstner vs. Phillip Gllham.
Ex. Horace Leach oat. vs. Goodhue &
Canlll. - -T
Coblentz & Levy vs. J. Scbarbaob , f
Elizabeth Ebcrhart et al vb. Charles I
L. Kester et al.
Bel'o CbnmncsB vs. Marion Cham
ness. 4
AFTERNOON.
Court met at 1:15 and the following
grand jurors were drawn: Geo. N.
dcroat.U. "D. Gabrlelson, L. W. Reed
er, E. A. Thompsou, P. Lucler, John
R. Wbito foremau, J. A. Motbern.
Tbe grand Jury were Instructed and
retired.
Humane Society. Mrs. Bupt.
Grubbe has made all tbe arrangements
for tbo Humane Society contest, for $16
gold prizes for best essays and pieces
spoken, to come off next Saturday
evening, tbe day after the closing ex
cises. Place will bo announced.
Strongly Endorsed.
The advertising of Hood's Sarsaparil
la appeals to the sober, oommou sense
of thinking people, because it Is true:
and it Is always fully substantiated by
endorsements which in the financial
world would be accepted without a mo
ment's hesitation. They tell the story
HOODS CURES.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, Jaundice,
bllliousness, sick headache, constipa
tion. ,
You linrdly realize that It ! medicine, when
UklDjc Gartor'a Little Liver Mill : tbey are very
mall; no bad ttreoU; nil trouble txom terpl
liver are relieved by tbelr ue.
To be free Irom ilek headache, bllloum 1,
ooatlatloa, etc, ue Car er1 Little Liver
MIU. Htrletiy vegetable. They gently etlmo
late tbe liver and free tbe itomaeu trota bile.
Not one la twenty are freo from acme little
ailment cauied by inaction of tbo liver. Vm
Carter's Mttle Liver Mlb, Tbe reeult will ke
a pleuiunt eurprlte. Tbey give poaltlve relief.
VIGOR of men
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