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LOGAN GOES FREE Toledo Lawyers Put up a Strong and Winning Fight Faced a Combination of Ciiv cumstances That Seemed Insnrmountable, but Won Out Abe Logan, who was triod in the (Vnltcd Stales court at Portland last reck, accuBod of murdering U. S. Grant, was acquitted by as fair a jury aa can bo found in Oregon. Abe defended by D. F. Jones and C. E. 'Hawkins, our local attorneys, and no man, Indian or whlto, has ever Bono fto trial for his llfo facing greator dif- Acuities. Abo Logan and Albert Martin woro J Jointly indicted for murdering Grant in a drunken row, the Indictment bo ding for murdor in tho first dogroo, Albert's friends, Indians and whites, ,bellovlng to clear him, tho crime iMust bo fastened on Abo, and that A COUGH CONUNDRUM When is a couch more than a cough? When it's a settled cold. When it hangs on in spite of all you can do. Cough mix tures won't cure it because they are merely for a cough and this is something more. Scott's Emulsion cures the cough because it cures the something more. It heals and repairs the inflamed tissues where the cold has taken root and prevents its coming back. We'll tend yen i Mtnplc free upon request. SCOTT & nOWNE, 409 Iurl Street, New York. Q99Q99Q99Ot9!&99QG9mWb9Q9&K999C999199&9 the House Furnishing Company. Salem. . 269 Liberty ujajuaMa4maMn&mmMM9B&999999t9Qi miMeivMeieiiwivwi999 We do what We hill and remove cancers and tumors without the aid of a knife. 1 3 ! Read the testimony of a prominent Salem man: i ! TO THE PUBLIC. In justice to Dr. Cook, and that the ! ! world may know w hat great work he is doing, I wish to !! inform them that I have been taking treatment from him !! for the past fifteen months and in that time he has re ! ! moved from my alimentary canal three tumors of can' ! ! cerous growths, as large as a man's hand, all from the i lareer intestine. Also another cancerous growth from O rr .-. .. -:V,v rJrrrit fnnr aiiH another from mV rint i ; thumb. This has all been accomplished through medi cines done, they killing the growth and the spider like roots and nature itself casting them off, without the aid of knife or surgery. I do not believe 1 could have t j --..-it., c,i.Qcfiil treatment anvwhere v the ?&&"?&'&&: the ;; Botanica uocior, iu an wiw im- ... iu.... ......... ; ! R. J. Spencer. We can do as mnch for you or more ; I if vou need it. J. F. COOK Huto..ist.ihii Doctor. Core all D!as. Sale, Liberty St. iwwll),,,i.iwwwwwwww they must be tried separately. They secured as thoy supposed tho ablest counsel to bo had, W. 8. McFaddon, of Conrallls, and Mr. Green, of Port land. They had Albert's trial set first, to accommodato Mr. Green, who had to go East All Albert's friends, Indians and whites, with tho prosecu tion woro In Portland nearly two weeks before the Ume of Abe's trial, having tho host of success in mould ing sentimont against Logan, as is evidenced by tho prantlcs of that son satlonal roportor who gave a column a day to the readers of tho Orogon- lan. Ono day would bo "Tho Murdor of Tom." "Kovengo, etc.;" next "They Aro Making Evidence Stronger Against Logan." Tho changes each day varied as ho rubbed agalnat an oUier ono of the push. Ho was so certain ho was leading court and pub He sentimont with his articles that ho novor oven mentioned that Logan was represented by counsol. It must bo confossod that Jonos and Hawkins made a great fight to savo tho llfo of their client under Buch. adverso circumstances. He only an Indian and as tho roportor pays, "ho was told oven tho Indians don't liko him, and ono government offlcoe said ho would not bo surprised if tho Indians killed Logan for revenge. It Is a matter of regreC that tho Judge should havo allowed his feel ings to mislead his dignity In repri manding tho Jury, becauso tho 12 men who woro tho exclusive Judges of tho ovldonco did not docldo to suit him. Thus ho Impugned their motlvos, claiming thoro was unduo sympathy for Logan's family. All this Is vory bad, as it is hard at our best to sus tain propor respect and reveronce for our courts of Justice. Yet through It all they woro cleared. After listening to the verdict the Judge turned to the Jury and said: "This has been a failuro of Justice Out of respect and feeling for the wife and little onoe of thin dofondant you have been led to ncqult Such a verdict as this must result disastrous ly to all residents of tho Slloti ros ervutlon." Undor date of Novombor 29, ono of tho Jurors In an open lottor says: Did the Best They Could. "Portland, Nov. 29. In your Issue of .today you gavo tho account of the findings of tho Jury in tho Abo I)gnn caso. Tho artlclo says: 'How tho Jury could havo found Logan not guilty Is moro than thoso who lis tened to tho testimony can figure out.' This, to tho Jury, seoms very unjust, nnd is a direct reflection not LeatherU phol stered Goods in Chairs, Rockers and Couches. Will you consider ono as nn Xtuas gift? With tho proper pressure brought to bear Santa Claus ! might present you with ono. Street. Albany We Claim THE DAILY JOURNAL. SALEM, OREOON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1903. i wrote io Dsm l Pierce for his tt The lndy. from whose letter we quote, got what she wrote for, nnd is a well woman to-day as a result of following Dr. Pierce's advice nnd using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, the medicine which makes weak women strong nnd sick women well. "Favorite Prescrip tion " establishes regularity, dries weak ening drains, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. Sick women, especially those sufferhig from diseases of long standing, are in- vited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All correspondence is held ni stricUy privntc and sacredly confiden tial. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. "lean truthfully aeythat Dr. rierce' l'write rrescriptlon li a woudcrful mctllclnc anl de serve (lie rrslr given It," write Mm. Itntnia. Spooncr, or Mkcvlew. Montcalm Co.. Mich.. 110x268. " I va nick four Month, and the medi cine prescribed hy the doctor did rue no good, finally I wrote to Pr rierce far hi advice He armvered In a wry kind letter Instructing nie what to do. I followed hi advice and to-day utu a well woman, thank to Dr. rlerce. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be used with "Favorite Prescription " when ever a laxative js required. 3E only ou Intelllgonco, but On tholr lion or. Tho reporter who wroto this article should hnve borno in mind the fact that tho evidence In the Martin caso, which convicted him, was ex cluded from the Ixigau Jury, as was also nil hearsay talk that was bruited about by the many visitors from the Slletr reservation, who had moro or less Interest In the outcome of this trial, and from which many raado up their minds Uint Abo Logan was not only guilty, but should havo been hanged, drawn and quartered. Wo all rogrotted very much that hla honor, Judgo Bolllngor, should fool that tho cuds of Justlco had not boon subserved in tho rondorlng of tho Yordlct, and it shows plainly to tho minds of Uie majority of this Jury that tho Amorlcan Jury systora Is a failuro, for in this cas what was considered a 'reasonable doubt,' In tho minds of 12 intelligent mon, was not so considered by ns omlnont a Jurist as Judge Bolllngor, and for this reason wo thing that tho Judges aro far hotter quallfled to rondor an im partial vordlct than is a Jury of 12 mon who aro not vorsed In law." ONE OP THE JUIlOnS. It is hard to Imaglno a caso of more animus, and, thoroforo, tho grentor credit Is due tho "burnt woods" attornoys for tholr able do fense. Toledo Reporter. Millionaire's Poor Stomach. The worn-out stomach of tho over fed millionaire Ib ofton paraded In tho public prints aa a horriblo oxamplo of tho evils attendant on to possession o fgroat wealth. Hut millionaires are not tho only oneo who am afflloted with bad stomachs. Tho proiortlon Is far greator among tho toller Dye pepsla and lndlgoatlon aro rampant among thoso people, and thoy luffor far worso torturoo than tho millionaire unless they avail themselves of a standard modlcine liko Green's August Flowor, which has bm a favorite household romody for all stomach troubles for over 35 years. AuguBt Flower rouse the torpid liver, thus creating appotlto and insuring perfect digestion. It tonoa and vltallzos the entlro system, and make llfo worth living, no matter what your station. Trial bottle, 25c; regular "!. 75c At all druggist. At Dr. Stone'a drag stores. Might Have Found Something. Chicago. Dee. I. Three men were ordered out of Zton City this morning by guards, who believe the roan pro nosed to dyanIU Dowle'a bank. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bear tk Signature of Huie Wing Sang Co, Fancy Dry Goods Made up la a new line of heavy wrapper, all colon. White under wear. All kind of waist, fanoy goods, el Iks, genu' and ladle' fur nishing goods, ellk handkerchiefs, ohlnnwaro. New Use of winter good for sale cheap. 100 Coart street, Sa lem, Or. Comer of alley- 1 on3ww-iM Z&tfZfo The Excitement Not Over. Tho rush to tho drug Btore sltll con tinues and dally scoroj of pooplo. call for a bottlo of Kemp's Balsam for tho Throat and Lungs for tho euro of Coughs, Colds, Anthmn, BronchlUs and Consumption. Kemp's Balsam, tho standard family remedy, ia sold on a guarantee and never falls to glvo en Uro satisfaction. Prlco 25c and BOc m Touched Live Wire. Sacramento. Dec. B. E. D. Irvlno, employed in tho S. P. shops here, touched a rod charged with electrici ty, received 6500 volts, and is dead, Market Quotations Today? WM- Cm ft4 -lmi Mat T wrF N Capital City Mills Quotations. Bryant A Pennall, Props. Wheat 75c Buckwheat 80c. Poultry at Ctslnor's Market Chickens 8 c. Eggs Per dosen, 83c Ducks 10c. Hon Market. Hops 1610c Potatoes, Vegetables, Etc Potatoes 30c Onions lHc Drlsd Fruits. Peaches 10c Apricots 10c. Apples 10c Petite prune 4c. Italian prunes 6c. Wood, Pence Posts, Ete. . Big nr 14.00. Second-growth $3 50. Arh 13.00 to IMS. Body oak 14.50. Polo oak J4.00. Cedar Posts 10c. Hide. 1lts and Fur. Green Hides, No. 1 107c, Oreen Hides, No. i 70 Calf Skins I to 6c Sheep 76c Ooat Skins 16c to 11.09 Grain anil Frour Wheat, Salem Flouring Mills 75c Oata J2c. Barley 118.50 per ton. Flour Wholesale S3.C0. Live Stock Market Steers JKc Cows 2 He. Sheep fl.60. Dreesed veal S He. Dreosed hog 5Kc Live hogs 4Hc. Hutton Ic per pound. YeJ-0ttc. Hay, F-d, Eta. BaBlcd choat J1L Baled clover $10, Bran 20. Short $21. Creamery and Dairy ProduoU. Good dairy butter 20026c. Creamery butter SlHc Cream separator skimmed, at Com. Creamery, Hc, met. Portland Marktt Wheat Walla Walla, 72c Valloy 78c. Flour Portland, best grade, tp.lSQ $1,86; graham, $2.76. Oats Choice White, $1.07ttc Barioy Food, $10 por ton; rolled, $11. Mlllstuff Bran, $10. HayTimothy, $1B0$1C Potatoes 50GC0o Eggs Oregon ranch, 35c Poultry Chickens, roixod, lo por pound; spring, 10c turkeys, live, 12Q14c Mutton Dressed, 6c. Pork Dressed! 66c. Beef Cross, 60Ho. Veal 8c Hop 1901 crop, 12022c Wool Valley, 17lc; Eastern Oregon, UOlDo; Mohair, 3$07Hc Hide dry, IC sounds en., upwards, 15 to 16H- Butter Best dairy. 202H4c; fan cy creamery, 30324c; storo, ISOlCHc CLASSIFIED ADS biMflcdikrMtlsiMfarSSc.SOWk $1.50 s !. AU TrflUsM sttbsMB rst. WANTED. Wanted-A freeh milch oow. Jersey referred. O. W. Pearmlne, It. It. 8. 12-6-3t Wanted. A good fresh oow. Part Durham and part Jersey preferred. Call nt shop of if. Pohle. eomar of Ferry and IJberty street. 143t Wanted. A hop yard by a renter. Ad draw "F. M.," Fairground, Oro gon. in- Wanteds Wood eboppera good pay and easy timber. Inquiry at 180 Htate street. ll-24.Jw LOST AND FOUND. Found, A targe gray Sootah hound. Owner call and pay tor same. Cha. Pranaea. 47 Trad street, Salem, Oregon. 12-t-lwk Lot Lat 8uaday. pair ot silver rimmed giasaes. lava at Journal offlee and reeelvo reward. 12-4-1 1 for sale. Qrape Plant for Sals. For beet plant at $1.00 per hundred. bet varieties, call on Stefan Llssbegke, at Au fcuVa Park, east or Salem, or ad dress him at Sales. Or. 12-5-Jt FOR SALE. For 8ale Or trado for town proporty, 60-acro farm. Inquire at 260 Mill streot. 12-4-lwk For Sale. Ono fullbloodod Shorthorn bull. 3 years old; solid dark rod. Will soil choap, It token soon. Bull Is not brooch y Inqulro ot M. A. McCorklo, Salem. Or. 12-4-31 For Sale. A span ot good throo-quar-tor brod Porchoron maros, coming 3 and 4. Apply to B. F. Tuckor, Turner, Or. 12-4-3t Three Choice Young Dear Register ed Borknhlroe; weight 200 pounds; terms reasonable. Thoao pig aro from tho fine brood sow I purchased ot Mr. LAdd, paying $60 for her. J. W. McKlnney, Turner, Ore. 11-17-U Overcoat Bargain. Two good over- coats, nearly a good as now, for one-fourth tholr cost Mrs. O. H. Walker, at Salem Dyo Work. 11-27-tt For Sate Or trade, a fine 10-acre chicken or fruit ranck; first-class buildings and Improvement; close to school, postofflce, store and rail way station. Wilt trade tor city or unlmKvod farm property. Address MW. J.,M Oaro Journal ll-S. For Sals. O. K. Grubbers. Best In Oregon; thvso state premiums; ono horse ha the power ot St; can grub an acre a day. James Finney, Brooks, Or. 10-16-lm For Bale Inmproved and unimproved block property In South Salem. For information inqutr of B. Hoter, Journal offlee. 10--tf Cholos Farm For Bale. Three miles northwest from Brooks, having dwelling house, bam and two hop housoa, with 30 acroa'ot hope, bal ance fanning land, with running wator, except onough oholce timbor to supply tho place. M. J. Egan. 11-12-tf For 8a'e. Bargains. Several cholco plecea of property, both outside and inaldo. Call and do cownor, 407 High street, 3H blocks north ot city hall 11-lMm For Sale Eighty acre ot land In Washington county, for $450. A bargain for sotno ono wanting to make a home. Some timber on tho placo; some cleared. IS. Hotor, Sa lem, Oregon.' 10-f-tf FOR RENT. alMwa'NaksJala1 For Rent Large double store on Btate street, 60-foot front, 80 doep. Apply d M. Kllnger. 10-7-tf Rooms for Ront Up stairs, Cottle block, by day, woek, or month. Al so light housekeeping rooms. Elec tric light. Open all hour. Commercial St, No. 111. Phone: 1985 Main, Mattle Hutchlna, Prop. MISCELLANEOUS. Molar's Dnrber College Of Salt L&ko City, offers- advantages In touching the trade that cannot bo had Uso where. Avoid schools tho Oregon and California harbors' new laws aro apt to clone at any time. Write today for our special offor to dis tant students. ll-10-lra The Proper Thing The popular drink for family uso Is O. 8. soda and carbonated beverages. Every body should keep these goods at their home. Call up Oldeoo BtoU Co. 'phone 421. D. F. Jorman. Dealer In now and second-hand houso furnishing goods. Great bargain in stovos and now furniture. Hlghost prloea paid for second-hand artloles. 210 Comnior slal strse. Say Have you tried Edwards A Lusoh ers for meat. We havo tho beet sausago In town. Como and try It. and be convinced. 410 East State streot 8alm Truck and Dray Co, Oldest and beet equipped company in Sa lem. Piano ard furniture moving a specialty Offlee 'phone. 811. W. W, Brown ft Bon, proprietor. Offlee No. (0 State stroot 9-1-ltn Dr. Z. M. Parvln At 297 Commercial street, upstairs. Singing school Rudlmental and sight reading class es. Begins Wednesday evening, Oo tober 14th. Class every Wednes day evening to May 1st, nest Tui tion. $1.00. Unique Cleanlnf Room Shaw Johnson, tho cleaners, are now lo catod at 209 Commercial street They do a general pressing and re pairing business. Specialties: Skirts, ellk waist, kid glove, gents cloth ing, etc Phone 2814. 6-28-lyr. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Dr. W. S. Mott Will hereafter b found In the Drey block. 276 Com mercial street, over Oregon Skos Co. Offlc telephone, 2911; real denee bhone. 176L Offlee hours to 12. and 2 to B New Sweet Cider Send your order to the nearwvt groeery, or eall up phono 42L Gideon BtoU ft Co. ft10-If DRESSMAKERS. Mrs. L. Camfbeii Does droeasiakiag at her horn, oa t car iln, uw tk ft SaUsa vmatmr. Country tnUto wdLctti-L lMMsa-4-w SVBN y W. Calvet Practical Watehmake 158 State streot, makes a spselailV, ot repairing watches, clock aaaf" Jewelry, and guaranteos good work at reasonable prices. 11-lS-lyr RESTAURANT. Ferguson' RetUurant 05 Btato ' street Open day and night, da? 20c meals are better than any 96a house In tke state. Six lOo mete for $1.00; 21 20o rneais for $1.00. " LODQES. Valley lodge No. 18, A. O. U. W. Metfl In their hall In Holman block, cor ner Btate and liberty, svory Mev day evening. VlalUng brethrso" welsome. Boy MclnUre, M. W. A. K. Aufraace, Recorder. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of POaa, Hall In Holman block, corner CUo and Liberty Bts, Tnesdar ok & wek at 7:10 p. m. A. . BUaafj O. P.. B. J. ristnlntf K. cf It aad B. Foresters ef Amsrlaa Court Sher wood ForeeUr No. 1. Meet Fit. day night in Turner block. B. W. Mlntura. O. It; A. I. Brown. gc Modern Woodmen of America Ore goa Oedar Camp No, C34S. Meet mrtay Thursday Tming at 8 o'oloeat Holman Hall. Frank A, Turner, Y. O.: A. U Brown. Clerk. Protection Lodge No. 9, Anoieat Or ar united woruaen, meet irrsry Saturday svenlng In the Holmaa Hall, corner Stato and Libert? streets. Visiting bretkrea welcome. J. O. arahain, M. W.J J. A. 0ellwo4 Recorder. 08TEOPATHS. Dr. M. T. 8cliottle, Frank J. Earr and Anna M. Berr. Graduate. American School of Osteopathy, Klrksville, Mo., successors to Dr. Grace Albright Offlc- hours 9 to 12 and 1:30 to 4:10 o'clock. OH Fellows' Temple, Phone Mala 2711 1 residence phone 2603 red. TON80RIAL AND QATHO. Evan' Darber Shop Only flratolan shop on Stato stroot Every thlag new and uivio-uato. Finest porce lain baths. Sbavo, 15o; hair-out SSe baths, 25c Two flrst-olaaa boel blacks. C. W. Evans, proprietor. jHjoujrmRoTRjy DENJAMIN 8CHWARZ & 80 NO Hop morchanta, 07 to 09 State streot, Salem, Oregon. Represent by Jos. Harris, WM. BROWN A CO. Hops. Mohair, wool, hop growers' supplictt. Na. 229 Commercial street Salem, Ore gon. Phono 1301. SQUIRE FARRAR Hop merchamt and purchasing agent No. lltft Commercial streot, upstairs, Soloes, Orogon. Phono 1061. T. A. LIVECLEY A CO-DeaUrs (a hops and hop supplies. Phone 1112, offlee room 13 Oborholm bldg, Sa eom. Oregon. J. CARMICHAEL Hop buyor. 0 In Dush-Broyman building. Salt, Orogon. Samploa of choice hop-o-llrlted from all growers. CATLIN & LINN Hop buyer. Roc i 8. Bush-Breyman block, Salem, Ore gon. Phone 1431. HUDBARD A CR088AN Hop bny ers. Room 2, Murphy block, Salem, Oregon. Telophono No. 371. WATER COMPANY, n SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICE CITY HALL. For wator servlc. amity at o&b. Dills payahlo monthly In advaae Mae all complaint at, the offloa. EXPRESS AND TRANSFER. CAPITAL CITY Express and Transfer Meots all mall and pauenger train Baggago to all part of the city. Prompt oervloe. Teaepnon no, i. I1ECKMAN.HEDMCK A HOMYER VARIETY STORE. Np Better Chrlstma Presont Can bo given than a nlee book. We have them. China In very dainty pat tern. The Variety Store , 94 Court St. ADooro M, Welch, tnt WIRE FENCINQ. Hop Wire Woven Wire Fenolng. Place your order now and gd r- duaed prises. Car of fencing to-arrlra Oetober 25th j car of feuelng in No vember. Wrlto and got price. WALTHH MORLBY, CO Court St, Salem, Or. DENTISTS. O H. MAOK DiiMu-ir (a Dr. J. M. UTeeBSL tfl White Corner. Salem. Oregon, Parties desiring superior operation ai bmw erat feo Jn any braneh are In epel-i reave-t THE BUTE CAFE 208 Commercial Street , Regular Dinner at Noon 25c Meals at all hours Service a la Carte WATCHMAKER. '"