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SALEW, OREGON SATURDAY AUGUST 5 1899.
Wc don't want to carry the following goods
over, so offer them at greatly
Ladies' finest tan vesting1 top,
styles, all sizes, reduced from
uur nne vesting too tan lace snoes, ail sizes,
newest toes, reduced from 2.40, now-
Ladies' tan 2.00 shoes, now -Ladies'
oxford Ties, tan or black, all styles,
former prices 1.65 to $2.25. Your choice for
Ladies Oxford Ties, 1.35 lines, now
Odd lots of childien's and ladies' shoes and Ox
fords Odd lots of finer grades -
Mixed lot of ladies' shoes, sizes 2 1-2, 3 and
3 1-2. former prices lrom 2 to 3.25, now 1 25
Men's summer coats and vests; finest mohair
goods; price 2.50, now ' 175
Extra fine blue serge coats and vests; former
price 5.00, now - - - - - -3 75
Same style, also very fine, price 4, now - 3 00
, Of course we have the cheaper grades if you want
Our bargains arc not confined to the "clos
ing out goods," Our regular lines at our
regular prices are the best values in the
A few gent's fine mohair dusters, sizes 39
to 46, full length, price $2.20, now $1,76,
Wc are going to clear them all out so
now's your chance.
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Is issued Thursday morning
of the state the same week.
l)H6S If fiT nnMY
lace, shoes-, latest
2.75, now - 2 25
Those Shoes you saw in our
window out to $2.50 will be
this month for
a pair, cither Black or Tan.
Remember, the same grade
cost you S2.60 elsewhere,
Sec our Ladies Tan Shoes at
the new prices, $1,25 upward, at
In time U reaah all iwiw
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2 UJJUUJjLL A.
Decides to Abdicate
Story of the Reason for Del
Prom Sources Too Important to Dis
regard. Ily Asaoclatril l'rcan fa Hie Jonrnnl.
London, Aug. 5. M. do Dlowltz tho
l'nris oorrcstxinilont of tlio Union, glvs
nn uxtrnonilnnry explanation of M.
Del Casse's jiresont mission. Hu tin
sorts that it wna decided uion quite
suddenly for n "reason which admitted
of no delay." nnd then gives the Htory
which ho says he has from a "source
to which 1 am bound to 'attach im
portance." This is tho explanatien:
"KnilHTor N'iehohiH is disappointed
and tired of tho throne. The ahmtnee
of'an hoir excites his Bitporstitious feel
ing, and he connects himself with a
Russian legond, according to which
an heirless czar is to liu'sucueeded by
Car Michael, predestined to occupy
CoiiHtantinople. Tho death of tho
czarowilch and tho failure of the con
ference at the Hague led him to de
cide to nlxlieate, and on tho occasion
of his coming visit to Darmstadt. On
this becoming known in l'aris M. Del
Casso was sent in hot haste to dis
suade him from carrying out this in
tention." Account of Transvaal.
Ily AniMiL'Inteil I'remi la the Journal.
London, Aug. 5. Tho llerlin corre
spondent of the Daily Mail says:
I learn that the real reason why Km
puror William did not go to Cowes was
the acute statoof thoTrausvaalcpiestlou.
The letter delivered yesterday to tho
queen, at OsIkihi house, by Lieutenant
Froiherr von Strombeck, explains this;
results the emperor's regrets, ami con
tains a promise to visit her majosty ilur-
ing the autumn.
There is some talk of ti previous meet
hutweun tho l'rinco of Wales and Km
ieror William at Kinpntss I'rederlck.s
castle, near Hamburg.
Dewey In Naples.
Mr Anant'liitril Pro lo tlir JournnL
Nai-i.ks, Aug. 0. Tho United States
cruiser Olympia, with Admiral Dewey
on bonnl, arrived bote this moridng.
As the cruiser niiteretl, tho port wtlutes
Captured U. S. Steamer,
fir AnNoclutrt! I'rraa lo the JouriiMl
Ixindon, Aug. fi. Lloyd's ugont at
Manila million that tho immrguuts at San
Fernando have captured and burned the
Unltuil States steamer Saturuus.
Wl 1 Appeal.
J. W. Whalloy, of 1'ortland, was at
Salum to!ay and engaged Holmes A
Kullogg to tako an apxial in the suit of
W. S. Reebe vs. K. A. I'oarce, adminis
trator of J. L. Tarrlsh dccousel, for
$1,000 attorney fee. Judge Terrell sus
tained a demurrer to the petition, mid
now plaintiff will stand on a domurior
in the circuit court.
Sheriff Durbin Buys a Farm.
Frank Durbin lias Just Uingiit n
Choice piece ill luriiiuiK mini, nu uciue
just wast of the Robt. Witzell piece,
iiMir Salem. Ho purchased of Kva Cox
and Mrs. Ogltt as an investment. He
oonihlors g'xxl farming laud the Ixwtt in
vwiimiiit in Oregon at triiit. S. R.
Catterliii. rail 8taU agent, mode the
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In Salem Two Hours.
The Oregm volunteers will remain In
Slem abotit two liours onrouto to Port
land. Col. T. C. Smith, reeoivotl the
following massage from Lieutenant
Oolong) George O. Yonui ; "The tched-
Hle hay U-en arraugwl for Uie ttain to
top at Soleiu from 11 u. m., to 1 p. n.
Augtmt 10. The stateluM gnHiinls arc
Divide the Spoilt.
Waixack, Iila., Aug. a.l'rwMenU
Metlwi, of the Northern l'uoiflc, ami
Mulder, of the O. R. ft N. Co., accom
panied minor ollluials, arrive,! Uilr
Htoriiiug frow Moscow. Tlw HjipW
Uon it that tho object of tho viR I to
arrange to divide the traili from fcit
Peak sotiwt only oeooiWHy will 1m1U1
Death of Fred K1eb.
IW PliMk drul rUy t Uut SuImh
I MwiM WUttU ? MftfiHHIBUM. U
Justice Johnson and a jury consisting
of C. D. Gabrlelson, M. Wiprut, John
Moir, Capt. Hoff, Chas. Calvert and
Harry Prior, spent tho afternoon on a
trespass case hi which there is an im
posing array Of witnesses and a legal
talent on each sido. Chaa. McNary and
W. T. Slater prosecute tho caso and
John A. Carson nnd F. A. Tumor con
duct tho defense Mrs. Wells and
Powoll are defendants, tho complain
ing witness iaII. Squires.
At Noon Saturday.
Tho Salem dogtax ordinance is now In
offect, having been approved by Mayor
C. P. Rishop. It was signed nt 12
o'clock. Chief of Police will take im
mediate stons to enforce tho law and
will receive tho tux. Now tags will be
ready in n fow days, hut all who prefer
may keep tholr old number on which
they have heretofore paid.
Qtve Them a Scuffle.
An insane man, Riley Moore, from
Albany, was brought down this after
noon. Ho was a powerful man nnd gave
hiBguards a hard scuflle on the train
just leforo reaching Salem. He was
shackled hand nud foot and carried to
tho asylum cab.
Gold Certificates To Re Issued,
Wasiiinonom. Aug. 5. The secretary
of the treasury ihas given orders for
printing gold certllcates with view to
resuming their issue if needed in tho
movement of fall crops as indicated at
Coming Hqme One Afon
Who Needn't liuiry.
fir AiKM'Intril lrraa to the Journal.
Napuw, Aug. 6 Admiral Dewey who
arrived today on tho Flagship Olympia
was visited by United States Consul
General Castro and members of the
American embassy. The Olympia will
probably remain in this ort for a
The admiral commanding this station,
the commander of tho garrison and the
prefect of the city visited Dovtoy today
and the American admiral returned
their visits. Dewei' and thu erew of tho
Olympia are all lit good health. It is
now said the cruiser will only remain
here eight or teu'dayB.
Second Oregon Nearly Ready to Start
I'nwlillo rurrfitionilf nro of l'urtland Telegram.
Captains Present, Crowneand Ranr.ee
left on Wednesday for Vancouver to re-
lort for duly with tholr now regiment.
They have lcou sixxiially mustered out
for that purjHiKO. Lieutenant Gcorgo
F. Telfer, of company L, Iiiih Iteen up
IKiinted adjutant to succeed Adjutant
Crowno, to servo until the muster-out.
All muster-out rolls have been turned
in uud verilled, and they are now in the
hands of the paymasters to be figured
up. All company and regimental rec
ords will bo turned in nu tho 7th, nud on
the 8th tho regiment will leave for
home. There will be alxmt 700 men on
the upccinl train, hoiiio in Pullman and
turistcars. Tho rate secured by the
committee is 10.2o for tourist and fit!
Pullman. This rate is tho same whether
the man goes clean through or stops off
at some intermediate point.
There is a widespread sentiment
among tho men that tho Portland people
wanted them to come there simply for
coiumeicial reasons, and this is duo to
the multitude of private letters that
have Isjen received by the men, all of
them saying that the general sentiment
at home is that tho-M) who want jobs can
apply for them "where they sent their
money." Of course the more thought
ful men know that ho mean and con
temtiblosentimout us that could not be
general among the patriotic people of
Portland, hut such utterances nave had
an estranging effect, and the iKtys feel
that thev are not Iniiiig treated as the
soldiers from all other states are being
It is to be hojxxl that their greeting as
tlioy puns through the state will bo so
cordial and enthusiastic that by the time
they roach Portland all trace of this sen
timent will have vanished, and they will
retqwiiil to the hearty and generous wel
come that will lw extended to them when
they arrive. They will be glad to get
home, and will bo osieeiallv pleased to
know that tho sordid sentiments of those
letters are not those of the iieoide of
Mr. and Mrs. II. N.Cockerllno have re
turned from thu annual meeting of
the Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
ut Milwaukee. He says they hodonu con
tinual run of luck, mlssiiiK evelonos,
tornados and suiutrokos. and of Bourse
largely attribute it ta tlieoomjKiiiy he
INriAtUO ITXtGCAUI ON U0
Will euro soreuoss, itahliig and
burning eyes ; any trotiblo resulting
from strong winu or dust ; all com
of red lids, rod ovim or watos on IhU.
Will alto ktroiigUidii wesk oyos, r
IWvo win from any Injury and pro
vont (ntlamatioii. Itshouhl always
be iim1 aftor any forulgn kulMtano
bu Immii roioovwl from tint tym.
Tin rtiiiof xttWw Ut HWtaHt
nmtOUH awl Um rtMults always Ixim
rWal. For mU by
IBARR'3 JEWELRY STURE
110 BTATC BTHCBT,
Given by the Fill-
In Honor of a Bold Stroke
of Franco Plotting
Ily Aaaortnlril I'rrai In thr Juurnnl.
Nkw Youk, Aug. 5. A dispatch to
the World, from Hong Kong, says:
Agulualdo has an advisory counsel
right in Manila. Hong Kong having
been inado too hot for the Fillipinos
through the efforts of Consul Oonora
Wlldman, tho rebels have decided to
establish headquarters in Manila.
They were oii-eonragfd to try daring
experiment by the fact that under a re
cent decree of Uou, Otis, tho Philippine
courts are now conducted by natives.
So Crisanto Lichancho, treasurer of the
junta went boldly to Manila and pro
fessed friendship for Otis.
The scheme has worked uo well that
the delighted junta has celebrated Its
victory with a grand ball.
biNDo.N, Aug. r, Whatever fanciful
reasons are offered for tho visit of the
French miuisiter Foreign affairs Del
casso to St. Petersburg, ' it is safe to
assume Rims reference to thu present
unsettled condition of European poli
tics. Franco is still smarting under tho
humiliation of thu Fashoda affair and Is
inclined to meet William If onco con
vinced that tho Russian alliance has no
Thu appearance of tho United States
as a world jxiwer is primarily responsi
ble for this disturbance and there are
rotated signs of latent friction between
Germany and thu United Htates, the
latest being Dewey's alleged warlike
Sa.v Fiiancisco, Aug. fi. Tho aleumur
Hong Kong Maru has arrived from
China via Hoiioulu. United States,
ship, Radgur, hearing Hon. Rartlett
Tripp, who represented tho United
Htates on thu Hamoau commission and
Rarron Von Sternberg, (lormaii repre
sentative, arrived at Honolulu on July
'M, on tho way to Hun Francisco
Mr. Klllott, who
Rrltnliithas sailed for homo via Now
Zealand. Somoa will In future ho rulnl
by u white fgovoruor aixiintel by tho
three xwers and there will Ixi n native
Ivgislatunt. Chief Rustle will be chief
authority in the laud.
Residents of Samoa have tiled witli
the commissioners claims aggregating
half u million dollars for property de
stroyed during tho recent occupation by
American and Rritlsh sailors.
Madhiii, Aug. R. Thu supremo coun
cil deliberated today over judgement in
iiuj. ii r"i
rc gqlHKoii a
VMalloH or Clip
'To be prosperous you should look prosperous."
Our K, S, M Guaranteed Clothing is the most pupular
up'toxdate line shown in Salem, If you arc looldng for
honest values you will surely come to us, ???
If you are looking for style you will surely come to us,
Our Clothing is made by the most skillful tailors, 2 2
Every Suit is Guaranteed,
on you soo
n our Ad It la
Wc have the Jargeat stock In the City and are original in our ideas of doing
business, we are uptodak, progressive, and determined lo stay in the lead, X
OUR BUYERS now in the East are young in years but old in experience. They
are neat in their taste for selecting goods. X JTfc X X ZC X
OUR RATING with Dunn and Bradstreet enables us to buy direct from factories
in any quantity we desire. X X X X X X X X
Our Great Sale is Now on in this Department.
XXX PRICES RUMBLING, X PROFITS GRUMBLINC. A X X '
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
ROYH MKIX3 OwMN CO.. fctw VOKK.
regard to tho Burrender of Santiago do
Culm to American, troops. It is expected
that tho accused olllccra will be ac
quitted. It is said that tho public prosecutor
has submitted n report demanding that
imprisonment for life bo imposed on
tho Spanish olllcors responsible for the
surrender of Manila.
Som, Rulgaria, Aug. C Tho politi
cal situation is growing dnrkor daily.
State olllciiil's salaries have not been
paid for two months nnd tho scarcity of
money 1b so ncuto that there is grent
discontent and hitter nttacks on Princo
Ferdinand nn heanl on all sides. An
early ministerial crisis and general up
heaval Is confidently expected.
Saijuuiuv, Austia, Aug. fi. Yester
day evening tho demonstrations in tho
streets, after the meeting of the Oer
niau national club, ended in u free light.
Tho people stoned and tired revolvers
nt tho police. Tho police charged with
swords but had to bo reinforced by
troops before they eleured the streets, i
Fighting the Improvement of
Ilr Amiuolntril I'rra lo tlir Journal.
Pontiac, Mich., Aug. f. Tho track of
the Sylvan Lake street railway company
on Saginaw street was torn up early
today by n gang of men. They are un
derstood to have boun omployed by wl-
dormeii and other citizens.
Soon after 1 n. m., tho peoplo
were called out by n continued blowing
of atonin whistles. Tho causo for indig
nation against tho company Is that it
opposes having tho strees repaired and
has enjoined tho city from proceeding
Ilr An.oHutril I're to thn Jonrnnl.
Omaha, Aug. 5. A passenger train on
tho St. Paul t Omaha road was wrecked
alTokamnh, was seriously injured anil
Ilr AaanclNtn! I'reaa to the Jourunl.
RAiriMoiiK,Aug.r. Five persons wero
drowned this morning by the capslr.elng
or a small rowlnrnt in ratapsco river.
Soldier's Home Plague,
Ilr Aaauolutcil !' lo thr Journal.
Nkwiiiiit Niiwm. Auu. B. No deaths
anil no now cases of yellow fever nt
Complaint has come to tho city olll
cors that it ease of leprosy exists in thu
Chinese quarter of the clty.und Marshal
(RhHin is Investigating thu matter.
An Executive Act,
Dr. J. M. Lane, of Portland has been
rcapMiuted a member of tho state board
of pharmacy for live years,
Ladies Can Wear Uhoos.
One size tumtllor after using Allen's
Foot- ICuko, u powder to be shaken Into
tho shoes. It makes tluhl or new
shoes feel easy; gives Instant relief to
corns and bunions. It's tho greatest
comfort discovery of the nuo, Cuics
swollon feet, blisters nud callous spots.
Allen's Knot-Huso Inn certain cure for
Inurowlng nails, sweating, hot, aching
feet. At nil druggists nud shoe stores,
2c. Trial naokugo FRKH by mull.
Address, Alton K. Olmsted, Lo Hoy,
N. Y. 2
SALEMS GREATEST STOKE
For Fall Campaign
The Yaqui Indian Rebellion
of tho Lost
Ilr Amuelnteil I'ren to the Journal,
Ni:w Yohk, Aug. 6. A Bpceial to tho
Herald from Washington, Bays: "It is
understood that the plan of oixsrations
for tho fall campaign In the Philippines
contemplates n division of the Islands
into several military departments and
General Luwtoii will have command of
that lu which tho cavalry troops will
operate Probably General Wheeler
will be given command of n brlgndu in
Law ton's dopnrtinent. Lnwlon's de
partment will embrace the territory lu
which thero probably will 1k hoaviost
lighting and in this way General Otis
will bo left free to perform tho duties of
the military government.
Chicacio, Aug. o. A special to tho
Tribune from tho city of Mexico says:
"Tho Rebel Yiuiui forces are now 3000 or
1000 men. Their temporary success has
encouraged tho Indians from nil along
tho Yaqui river to Hook to tho strong
hold lu the mountains. Tho govern
ment has decided to reinforco General
Manila, Aug. fi. The steamer Sa
turnus, coasting under tho American
Hag, wai burned Wednesday uud tho
crow is missing. Details of the affair
are not known. Tho Cnptnlu of tho Sa
turnus onco obtained possession of nshlp
held nt San Fernando by tho Insurgents,
by mooring tho Saturnus alongside nnd
hauling tho other vessel away in tho
To keep mine shoes a looking bright
I do not haP do time,
So I gooa down to Kills A 'luns
Who shine tlom for u dime.
And deu I read dot slim up there
And thinks I'm not ullvo, f
Veil 1 takes peanuts Ioiik with mo,
Two sacks of ilum for live,
CuicAno, Aug. fi. Heptembei, OtlJi
Cash 3 red 71.
Han Fiiancisco, Aug. 6. Cash 1.05.
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