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DAILY JOURNAL: ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SALEM, OJKEGON, TUESDAY MlAY 5, 18. NO. 16 (jAxl JL jSLIj Made in Salem by Salem People 2C " "" . prlno and Summer Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44, youtus' Sizes 13 to 19, Boys' Knee buits WOUllpUTORE FOR SALE GfOT. TOWN PROPERTY. lost desirable location. 'Inquire at this office. IE HOPES FOR PEACE President KrugerStillJhinks Troubles Ended, ILOSER UNIONS DESIRED With All the Other South African Republics. E Pretouia, May 5. The volksvnnd assembled to-dny. President Krueger fin Ills speech epcnlngparllumcntsnld: Wff 'Tn Qtitfn nt f lin nn of trmihloa rt t.lin (republic it continues to maintain friendly relations with foreign pow ers." An expression of hope by the Prcsl- ient that a closer union would soon i effected between tho Orange Free State and the South African republic, Is regarded as significant. CORRESPONDENCE. R Capetown, May C (Copyrighted 1890, by Associated Press) A long tel egraphic correspondence between Sir Hercules Robinson, Dr. W. J. -oyds, secretary of state of tho South African Republic, and Sir Jacobus A. ewitt, British agent at Prctroria, )veringa perold between April 20 ind 30, has been published. In brief ft shows an estremo disquietude pre- railing in the Transvaal at tho itlme, in regard to the alleged mass ing of troops on the western border of the Transvaal republic, or in the vicinity of Mafeklng. It ap- eara that President Krugcr wa not Inclined to accent the assurance of Sir Hercules Robinson, that tho gath- iring was not one of hostile intent, ind the troops were not being held at lafeklng, but were being started as promptly us possible, for Buluwayo ind elsewhere. b' Sir Jacobus A. Dewltt finally pre ssed with the approval of President ruger, the sending of a joint com ilttee of Boers and English, to in- lulre into the reported gathering of Srltlsh troops at Mafeklng. At this Sir Ilerculea Robinson re lied, that he trusted he would liave such "preposterous proposals.1 $6.00 $3.00 About the Strike. Milwaukee, May 5; The federated trades council has not, as reported, ordered a sympathetic strike. Reso lutions promising moral and financial support were adopted. Aconimlttco was nppolnted to protest to tho council against tho oniciousncss of tho police lu helping run the enrs and collecting fares. This morniug all street car lines were tied much more close ly than at the same hour yesterday. Tho elec trical workers in the employ of the company struck this morning, but tho company otllclals managed to keep the plant in operation. MilwaukeEj May 6. A car was stoned by the strikers on Reed street, this afternoon. Passenger and police men receiving Injuries. Stones and other obstructions aie being placed on the tracks in tho suburbs. Organized Vigilance., Pendleton, Or., May 5. Renters and owners of land in the Umatilla reservation havo met and organized a Vigilance committee, to shoot down cattle straying upon grain lands. The movement Is caused by the Indians tearing down fences and turning stock loose. It is expected this action will provoke a test law case to more clearly deflno to what extent the Umatilla Indian is u citizen, it Is argued that the Indians cannot be citizens, be cause they aro not taxed, cannot vote nor hold public onice, but are wards of tho government, which must pro tect them. It Is desired to ascertain what recourse Is possible against Indians who commit depredations. More Bonds Soon. New York, May 5. The total amount of gold, thus far engaged for shipment today Is 2,160,000. All of this gold goes to Germany, and Is ex pected to be transhipped to Russia. It Is all in mostly 5 and 910 pieces. Legal tenders havo been deposited with the sub-treasury in each case. The indications point to a further Bhlpmentthls week, by Russian ac count, of from two to three million dollars. Col. North Dead. New York, May 5. A private dis patch from London says Colonel North, the nitrate king, Is dead. Although tho death of Col. North is believed tc have been due to heart disease, It is stated, shortly before ills demise he ate a dozen oysters sent from a restaurant. The shells will be examined. E Building Demolished by the Great Shock, FAMILY STOVE BLOWS UP Six Persons Killed and About Twenty Injured, Cincinnati, May G. This city and vicinity lias been greatly excited over the explosion of a large tank of gaso line, which completely demolished tho five-story building at 430 and 43.2 Wal nut street, at 8 o'clock last night. After the explosion tho wildest re ports were current as to tho loss of life. Bcforo midnight it was known that 0 were killed and 18 Injured, but the work of removing the debris had proceeded so slowly that the general estimate of the killed and wounded greatly exceeded tills number. Tho building was occupied by Adolph C. Drachs, a saloon-keeper on the llrst Moor, and by Dlchcl & Co., dealers in fireworks, on tho upper floors. There were also many roomers In tho build ing. Tho building seems to havo col lapsed In such a manner that tho pile of debris wab covered by tho tin roof, and, after waiting Hovcrnl hour?, it was found that the only way to rescuo tho victims was to remove the Im mense mass of brick and timber. Ac cordingly men wcro put nt It, as many of them ns could work on it. The de bris was shoveled by one force out into the street and Into the rear alley, and all available teams wcro secured for another force of men to load It up and get It out of tho way. This wus found to bo tho only practical means of reaching those who wcro on tho lower Hours. All those who have been rescued were on tho upper floors, except somo who wcro thrown out Into tho street. Wlille tills work was going on holes were cut through tho foundations of adjacent buildings and debris taken out. Three lives wero saved by icr sons being rescued in that manner. It is thought others will bo saved by these holes through the basement walls of tho adjoining buildings. The explosion last night has re quired tho attention of all the city departments today. Follcla Dracli and C. L. Wells, in the list of Injured last night died today. The others dead are: Hollins A. Davis, Adolph Drach and Mamie Kennedy. Tho workmen reported two other victims in sight. The Injured number twenty persons, and the only one reported In a critical condition Is Julin McCarty. ANOTHER OASOLINE (FATALITY. New York, May 5. -By the explo sion of a gasolluo stove inn Brooklyn tenement house today two women and (wo children wcro to badly burned that they died soon afterward. Two other children wcro seriously burned. The dead nre: Mrs. Rebecca Cohen, Carl Cohen, aged 2 years; Soloman Cohen, aged 3 years, and Mrs. Pastern. Coolies for Havana. Oouen, Utah, May C Four car loads of Chinese laborers passed here today on their way to Havana. They are "In bond" and traveling under the auspices of tho Chinese Six Com panies, which havo contracted to send them to Havana to work. They wero from Hong Kong. They .were met at San Francisco by specially authorized deputy United States marshals, whoso duty it is to see them transported across the continent without setting foot on f American soil. They will go to navana via Denver and New Or leans. Live Stock Market. , CincAQO.May 5. Hogs Light 3.45 ftf3.05. Heavy t3.1G(&t3.30. Cattle Beeves I3.40f4.40. Cows and heifers 1.75(34. Sheep 510o lower. ' GASOLN EXPLDSOR TACOMA PUbLIC WORKS ROW. Attempt to Bum the CllyJs Ktectnc Light Station. A Tacoma, May 5 Tho wllce forc ibly put W. II. Dohorty In jjossesslon of tho office of board of public works Saturday but he has beciltunablc to get the books of tho oillceVet. Thoy are in the vault and tho former com missioner wont give up tliecombtnn tlon. Threats to blow it often today wcro met by n statement t! at Dohcr- ty's bondsmen would bo he1 rcsponsl- blc for tho damage done, I ibllc bus- Incss is greatly Interfered ill). It is rumored that ntte pts were made to burn tho city cf tile light station lau night. OH soil cd wads of cotton Tvero found in va ous parts of the building. Chill's National Quttd. New York, May f.r-A Herald dis patch from Vnlparlso Niysjj The statistics of tho general urmy stall, which havo Just been Issued, show that tho national guard now numbers throughout Chjlo 400,000 men. The figures were made up im mediately after tho lato enrollment. Dr. Vidcllo has been elected president of the house qL deputies, wlthScnor Moanes ns vlcf-presldcnt. The senate has sanction the ap pointment of new minister? to Brlzll, Uruguay and Argentina. Dr. Bcltrand Matthleu has been appointed minister to Ecuador. Tho Heraldo says tho go' eminent Is holding dally conferences on tho financial question. Thoy ilia vo, It is paid, rcsolvecd to submit n'blll to con gress authorizing the Issuo of mortgage bonds of 20l000,000 pesos at 5 por cent. It Is thought tho measure will bo sanctioned. The Methodist Conference. Cleveland, May G. (Nahooner hnd Bishop Andrews called the general Methodist Episcopal conference to order this morning, than tho woman question was precipitated. Delegates wero thoroughly aroused and feeling ran high. Among tho speakers was Judge Caples, of Oregon. When tho hour for adjournment nrrlvcd the con ference discontinued tho debato till tomorrow morning. No business will be done until tho woman question Is settled. Trouble at Sitka. Ottawa, May 0. Tho controllorof mounted police has received advices from Alaska, via Yictorin, which say that trouble Is imminent between the whites and the Indians over tho ac quittal of u white man who brutally killed an Indian. Ah tho United States force nt Sltku Is said not to bo sufficient to handle an Indian out break, tho residents aro very appre hensive. Plot Against King Humbert. London, May 6. A special from Naples says it Is rumored that an an archist plot utriilnst King Humbert lias been discovered. GRAND REPUBLICAN RALLY! First of the Season at Feed's Opera House, Salem, Tuesday, May 5, Thomas H, Tongue, Republican candidate for congress in this district, will be the speaker of the evening. There will aho be bands of music. Let Salem give tho next congressman a royal welcome. Every body Invited. ASKED TO PROTEST Call of Florida Introduces a Resolution, TO PREVENT EXECUTION Seattlo Will Aid Cubans in Secur ing Independence. Washington, May 5. When tho senate met today, Cull of Fin., Intro duced a resolution requesting tho president to protest against tho exe cution of American citizens taken on board tho schoonor Competitor, by tho Spanish gunboat, and to demand of Spain that prisoners shall not bo sub ject to cruel treatment. Tho resolu tion went over. AID FOR CUIIANS. Seattle, May C A call lias beon signed by several well-known colored men, calling a mass meeting to bo held tomorrow evcnlng.ln tho munici pal court room nt 0 o'clock "for pur pose of extending sympathy and aid to Cubans In their strugglo for Inde pendence." A Popular Candidate. John II. Low In, candtdato for asses sor, Is nn old pioneer, lias lived In Ore gon for forty-llyo years, nnd during all that time ho has had tho confidence of his neighbors. Tor many years ho was a dealer in real estate nnd id prob ably ns good a Judgo of tho value of land ns any man In Marlon county, nnd If elected he will till tho olllco without fear or favor, and ut tho smallest oxpenso posslblo to tho tax payors. Mr. Lowls should bo elected; a vote for him Is u voto for reform. Stayton Times. Pe ry After the Meteorite. Wahhinoton, May 5. Tho hecrc tary of the navy bus granted six months' leavo with permission to go abroad, to Civil Engineer It. E. Perry, tho Artie explorer. Although no ex planation Is furnished of tho object of tils leave, It is supposed tho officer is about to go to Greenland, for tho purposo of bringing homo the largest meteorite in existence which ho dis covered when last In that country. , Adlgrat Taken. London, May C A special dispatch received hero from Home Bays the Italians havo captured Adlgrat. Mabsowaii, May 6 Tho Italians last evening occupied a fresh position supposed to be Doucole, three miles north of Adlgrat. Tho Tlgrcni mndo but slight resistance. Thread Trust. Newark, N. J., May f. Dlicctor V. Campbell Clark, of the Clark Thread Company, today confirmed the report of tho amalgamation of tho Clark thread works of tills city, tho Kearney and Paisley mills, of Scot land, and tho J. V, Coutcs Thread Company, of Glasgow, Scotland. Chirk refused to discuss the details, but said that no change would follow ut present ns a result of tho amalgama tion. Aiding the Cubans. Washington, Muy 6. In tho su premo" court today the soliciting general moved an advance of the hearing at this term of Welbcrg, con victed of aiding a military expedition in aid or Cuba, In violation of tho neutrality laws, stating that tho ex pedition of tho casn was desired by tho picsident and secretary of state. Tho motion was resisted by Mr, Phil lips for Welbcrg. The cato went over uutll tomorrow.. (River and Harbor Dill, Washington, May C, The senate considered the river and harbor bill today, up to 2 o'clock, when thoPeffcr bond instigation resolution came up. MARION. Marlon Is full of loafers longing for n little sunshine for a change. John Davis, who has been living south of town for somo time, will leavo for Tularo, Cul., on tho 7th Inst. John McCarthy and Robert Tobln, capitalists of Chicago, who have been travelling In Southern California for the past llvo months, aro tn tho city for a few days, tho guesta of Mrs. Bar bara D'Arcy nnd family. Mr. "Mc Carthy Is a cousin of Mrs. D'Arcy. Two Mnrloultcs havo the agency (namely Joo Dornn nnd Mrs. Soesbc) for selling aluminum trinkets nnd entered tholr respootho Holds of labor on Tuesday last. II. A. Htiishnw and his better half rides lu a lino buggy. Bought of B. S. Cook, of Salem. Ministers Assigned. Albany, Or., May 6. Tho Evan gelical conference closed today, after making tho following assignment of ministers: Portland district, presiding cldor, N. Shupp Portland, First German, I. 11. Fisher; Emiunnucl, II, I. Blttnor; First English, L. Anderson; Memor ial, L. S. Flslior; Milwaukee, O. B. Streyfcllor; Oregon City, J. Elirlch; Canby, 11. E. Ilomschuh; Salem Lib erty, Peter Blttnor; Chcmokotn, Ezra Mauror; Jefferson, W. N. O. Kolley; Albany, G. A. MoMnushardt; Corvul Us, O. O. Englobart; Swcot Home, .7. II. Ehrot; Monmouth and Kings Val ley, T. T. Vincent; West Portlnud, B. D. St rey feller; Nehalem, M. Burl Ingamo; Houltou, A. Welnort; Lit tlo Falls, E. W. Launor; Tncoma and Seattle, a En rust. Spoknno district, presiding elder, n. Shuknccht Hope and Onkcsdalo, W. D. Barnhnrdt; Medical Lake, A. A. Powers. Important to Farmers. Wakelco'a Squirrel Exterminator tho original nnd only artlclo of It, kind giving comploto satisfaction. Now reduced from CO to 30 cents por can. For sale by Stolnor Drug Co, Lunn & Brooks and G. W. Piitmnn, Salom,Oregon JM-lm Perfect Wisdom Would clve us perfect health. Because men and women are not perfectly wise, they muil lake medicine to keep them perfectly heal thy. I'uro, rich blood is the basis of rood health. Hood's Sampntllla is tho One True Wood Purifier. It gives good health, because it builds upon the true foundation-pure blood, Hood's Tills are purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, always reliable and beneficial. Tho town marshal of Mitchell at tempted, tho other day, to nrrcst Frank Stlce, but Stlco drow a revol vers and chased tho marshal around tho bur room of tho Central hotel. Stlco was afterwards arrested, how over, and held to the grand Jury In tho sum of MOO. Marvelous Results. From a letter willten by Hev. J. Gunder min, ofDImondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract i 'I have no hesitation In rccomending Dr. King's new discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the 11a p. (1st Church at Hives Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeding La Grippe, Tenlblo paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interuption and it seemed as If she could not surviye them. A friend reco mended Dr. King's New discovery; It was quick in Its work and highly satisfactory in result." Trial bottles free at Fred A. Lcnu'a Drugstore, Regular site so cents, nndfi.oo Sheep men of Lake county arc alarmed at tho amount of sheep to lo grazed In that county and say unless a largo amount of them tiro sold tho ranges will bo overcrowded. Fifteen persons havo been converted ns u result or the revival meetings at IK-mllu, Wuhco county. Children Cry for Pitcher's Cattoria. CuTlIiS'FiNOEK8.-riilsmoriilnKa8 lie wus cutting wood at tho steam laundry, Mr. Stanley had tho nils fortuno -to severely cut tho first and second fingers of his right hand, cut ting to tho bono at tho llrst Joint. Ho was very lucky not to lose both finger tips, as thows buzz-saws beldoui I let go when they onco get ft victim, Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest V. S. Gov't Report DrA&k I Bakintt IWS2S AOMUlTBfcY iWRK WALDOFORCONGBESS Conference of the Leaders at Portland Today. TACOMA WORKS ROW The Methodist Conferenco-No Outside Aid for Cripplo Creek. Portland, May 5. A conference of tho Populist and Democratic lead ers is being hold t Perkins notel this afternoon, for tho purposo of securing tho withdrawal of tho congressional nominees in tho llrst district. If this Is effected Judge waldo.the free sliver ltopubllcan, is to tie pitted against Tongue. Outside Aid Not Needed. DKNVnn, May C Tho Denver chambor of commorco authorizes the statement that no contributions for tho Cripplo Creek ffro Bufforore from other states nro needed. Tho contri butions in sight in Colorndo amount to nearly $50,000. LI Hung Chang's Mission. Siianohai, May B. After tho coro nation of the czar of Russia, Li Hung Chnngwlll visit tho treaty powera with tho object of Inducing them to ngroo to nn Incrcaso of 5 to 8 per confc ad valorem on import duties nt all tho treaty ports. Battle Ship Bnllt. WABiiiNaTON By vote 81 to 111 tho house refused to ngrco to tlte Say res motion to concur in the setttte amendment to tho naval bill, reducing tho nuinbor of battleships from four to two. Surveyor W. E. Campbell of Ender sly, Wasco county, has given tho bond required In accepting tho contract to Burvoy townships 0 S, 38 E, 14 8 27 E, and 12 8 20 E, payable from tho M0, 000 apportionment to tho state of Oregon for tho survoy of ptibllo lauds. Tito 'csult of n thrco weeks run at tho Vlrtuo mlno of n 20 stamp mill was Wfi.OOO. Two bricks that weighed 112 lbs and 15 oz. Fishing has began nt Gold Beach and ilshormcn say that chlnooks arc very plentiful. Old People. Old people who require medicine to rcgulnlo tliq bowels and kldnoys will find tho true remedy in Electric Bit ters. This mcdlclno does not stimu late andcontalns no whiskey nor other intoxicant but nets ns a tonlo and alterative It acta mildly on tho stomach an-d bowels, adding strength und giving tone to tho organs, thereby aiding Nnturo lu the performance of tho functions, Electric bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old People find it Just exactly what thoy need. Prlco 60o and $1 por bottle at Fred A. Lcgg's drug store. When Dabjr wm sick, we g to her Castor U. Whan aha was a CMld, aba cried f or CwtorU. Vfhoa she became Ml, site clung to Caatorta. Wkeo abe bad C&tMrea, aba gars tfeew Cat wis. State Treasurer's Fifteenth Notice, State Or Oreoon ) TltKASUUV DkI'AKTMKNT Salem May fi, IBM ) Notice Is hereby given that there aro funds on hand with which tore deem nil outstanding Btato warrants ondorsed by mo ''presented and not Said for wunt of funds" between the ates of October 6, 1883 and January 11, 1800, both dates Inclusive, with tho exception of warrants drawn on the swamp land fund, and that all such warrants, properly endorued.wlll bo nald unon nrcsentation at this otllco, Interest thereon caluit from, and after, the date of this notico Phil Mstsokan 4 0 t Stato Treasurer. ftwder