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SALEIVT, OREGON TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 1899.
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umko your sleeping room look cozy und cool.
lu our rooms you will Unci the furniture necessary to complctly furn
ish your homo und only needs to be seen to be appreciated, Oar
prices will prove satisfactory. We hope to have you come und look
over our stock nt your earliest convenience.
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Found it to be
$3.50 shoes are equal to any
$4 shoe to be found in Salem.
Call and see them at
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Xy srl' J
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Why Insure in the New York Life?
Dbcausk- -Your Insurnce IB not u Luxury nor an Expense without tang
ble return, but an investment of a small sum each year to mature
10, 15 or 20 years hence if you live.
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Hay, Grain, Mill Feed
Flour. Malt, etc. Quick salos. Small profits. Give us a call,
Phone 1781. Ul Court st.
Brewster & White.
THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.
FRANCESCO SELEY. Dean and Principal of Vocal Department.
Fdwaru W Tiilso PrincVl of Piano Department; Bboinald ;L .
Principal of Violin Department: Etta Sqdim.&iuy, Assistant in Wl Depart
tue St'BwUi By, First Assistant in Piano Department; Flounce Tiujk,
nieiu, ui-uio . t llaroaftar. Mr. Til I son will teoah en-
Unable to Receive the Visitors
Ily Aaaoelated I'reaa to the Journal.
LuaiiSKy. Aug. 15. Admiral
is atnl Indisposed. Various omeicik y!
ited the 01ymj4a today. The admiral's
departure for Florence ha been hm(
Ced. Admiral Dewey rwHOJHOU mi
M feaiRg HI with fever. Tb
tain A the vaei rettfeived visits of -UcwiU
arvl uUten In hit pUm.
The largest assortment of
Men's Pants: Regular sizes,
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size vou call
for we have them. A special
drive on them
T.he finest line of Crash Hats
for Aen and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
a fact that
lu8le- s" m-mm
A few easee, bringing the first install
ment of new goods for fall trade have ar
rivedand temorrow. I will lie pre-
jNiml to hhiw Cotton iiiankeu in fcrt
jfol sues ami m eights, outing llannel in
different grades and colors, and under-
garmeta lor fall and winter wear m an
sizes and .nudities. The publie will rlml
I oarry a well aieorted stock of staple
a,ul f.im-v drv imodsand of a quality that
will give the buyer satisfaction. My
aim M to give my emiotmn wine for
their moaey thereby reUiniwg Uwir
Coe xwl iMeot my stoffl.
V. II. Humok,
7 Commercial street.
Maitre Labori Shot
Is Now Reported to Be Out
Hr Aaaodnted l'ma to ihn Jonrnnl.
Paris, Aug. 15. Tho matin today
makes tho nnuouncoment that Laborl,
tho lawyer for Dreyfus who was shot,
after washout yesterday declared that,
as the outcomo of his injury appeared
doubtful, h) wished to inako known tho
fact that M. Ghauoino, who has charge
of tho secret documents in tho Droyfus
ease, has discovered a now forgery in
Paris, Aug. 15. Tho anarchist organ,
Lo Journal Du People, says that in re
lation to the outrage on Lnbori, tho
anarchists will hold genera Is Mercicr
and Druinont, Rochofort and Judet as
hostages and personally responsible for
anything douo aga inst tho anarchists.
Bknnkh, Aug. 15. Lalwri is doing ho
well the doctors consider him out of
danger. A eorresiondont fo tho Asso-
elated Press obtained corroboration of
Miostntomont that tho nockotsof Lnbori's
coat were rilled yesterday while ho was
lying on inogrounu wounded, rsot only
were the pockets of his coat emptied but
an attempt was made to steal a wallet
In which were important papers, in
cluding liis notes for the cross oxamln n-
tion of ox-Minister of War Morcior.
Paris, Aug. 15. Gtieriu, presidontof
the Anti-Semitic League, who with
sympathizers was barricaded in the of
fices of the League, is now regarded as
out of law nud in a state of rolwllion.
Threo inmates attempted to leave tho
house this morning and wero promptly
arrested. They wero all armed to tho
Loading Jews of Europe aro endeavor,
'ug to form an International Association
for their defense against a crusade ox
pectod against tho Jowh after tho Drey
fus trial is ended.
Brotherhood Company Organized
Jones of Toledo,
Toi.hdo, 0,, Aug. 15. Tho Brother
hood Company , incortwrnted at Coltim.
bus has Ihhiii organized for tho puriHwo
of placing in oerntiou the groatost co
0erative scheme ovur attempted in the
Among those who are mentioned in
the list of the incorporators are Mayor
Jonos, of this city, and J. A. Johnson,
a millionaire of statu of Washington.
Tho Brotherhood projHwos to distribute
stock ovur tho country in small amounts,
the investors being fully protected by
ao-operative life insurance. The plan
inoludos u great uinouut of educational
work, but In connection Mltli tho actuul
oiaratlou of tho o-oporativo plan in the
way of building citiufl and placing co
operative farming communities. In
every place where the sentlinunt has
developed the projector proiwao build-
ini: one of thete oolonios, and it will li
extemled as the llnaucea admit.
Senator Pettlgrew bays We Should Apol
Cmkaoo, Aug. Id. 'Thte gftvernment
slioukl retail every soldier in the Philip
nines Immediately, apologize to the
world for the error we have made, and
then turn the islands over to a natlvtt
United Statwi Senator It. K. i'ettl.
grew, of South Dakota, who was In Obi
cago on bis way east from bis luwie in
Sioux FulU, gave tlte foregoing as, in
his opiRioH, the enly InHUiraMe eourse
for this o&untry to mrsue Ih the Orient.
Senator Pettigrew said :
"Tbis eiilliing war talk U all a sham.
Any poopie an maiHtalfi as gol a
weverHment as tbey have a right to
have, ami yow can't give thew a better
FED HORSE MEAT.
Tale of an Ex -Member of the Second
Astoria, Or., Aug. 15. Charles New
man, of Company E. Second Oregon
Volunteers, was In this cltv. and an-
pcared to bo partlculay pleased that ho
could talk wltliout bcinir subject to
military discipline for it. His talc of his I
experiences is moro or less a nard-luck
story, and no young man who listens
to him will want to fight in tho Phil
ippines. IIo says that tho boys were treated
like docs, and it was not until they sot
into actual fljitlticr that thq olllcers paid
any attention to their comfort. Ho says
that they lived on canned salmon and
hardtack for a year, and they got so
tired of it that thoy lost all interest in
tho salmon industry'. Somajbf tho canned
beef that was given them was horso
This, ho save, is a fact, as tho olllcers
of tho regiment wont to tl tronblo to
trace it back and found that tho meat
catno from tho horso factory nt Linn ton.
and, after being shipped tojChlcago and
had Armour's label placedm it. it as
roshipptd to tho FhiHpnint'S. Ho says
that it will bo forwarder to tho proper
authorities nt WnshlngtonJ
U. of O. Report.
President B. S. Bean.ol tho Univer
sity of Oreuan faculty, today Med the
annual report of that Institution, which
shows tho following totals to July 1 ,
Total receipts .;. . . . I4.WW.-13
Total expenditures ... 44,037 80
Report of the Committee
Ciiicaoo. Aim. 15. A special to tho
evening Post from Washington says:
Tho committeo appointed by tho
grand commander of thotGrnnd Army
of tho Bopubllo to Investigate Pension
Commissioner Evans and roort to the
approaching O. A. H., encampment at
Philadelphia has completed Its reiort.
The committee exouerntes Commis
sioner EvanB from tho charges preferred
against him, and will report that the
pension oiilce is Doing uonestiy aim con
scientiously administered, 'lho reixirt
will say that the commotion that exists
is larirolv traceable to a itonular mis
construction of some of tho ihmihIoii
Ilr Aaanolnlrd I'rraa t (lie Jourunl.
Ciiicaoo. Auir. 15. A Special to the
Times Herald from Guaymas, Mexico,
says : The military operations in tho
liupul valley cuiiuinnicu on l'riuay tun
serieB of engagements and a final rout
and disiHirsal of the Indians.
Ily Aaaoelnietl I'reaa to I lie JnurtmL,
Omaha, Aug. 15. United States Son-ntor-Elect
Hay ward was stricken by
npploxy. He Is unconscious nud tho
doctors say that his condition is critical.
Marred an Heir ton Lord,
Ilr Aaaucluteil I'reaa to tua Juurnnl.
Londok, Aug. 15. It Is announced
that Lilly Laugtry, the actress was mar
ried July 25, to Hugo Gerald Do Bathe,
'28 years of age, the eldest son of Hir
Henry Perclval Do Batho.
Leo and Clifford Fonos and Dennis
Flagg drovo to Sllverton today.
Win. l'rnzur shlpiHid threo horses
this moruiug to Portfaed.
Mrs. J. II. H. ltoyal, who has luen ro
jwrtod as quite ill, Is reported much
Mr. Hammond, of tho asylum force
with his family started this morning by
team for a ten days' outing at Blub
Jo. Cordingly and family arrived
home today from Nye Creek.
Cant, and Mrs. J. U. Karnes came
homo today from camping at Nye Creek,
Thoy ronort rain Sunday and Monday,
and cold woathor.
Mrs. W. K. Thomas, of Portland, nr
rivod In the city today from Mehama,
and is tho guust of Mrs. 12. P. Mo
Cornack. Ex-Gov. Moody left for Tho Dallos
Mrs. Nancy Putnam left today for n
visit with her sou at Fossil,
Miss Lidu Ilurun, returned today from
G. W. I'litnam, left this afturiioou for
'Frisco via Portland.
A Child Enjoys
Tho pleasant flavor, gentle action, mid
soothing fttfectof byrunof Figs, when
In need of a laxative, and If the father
or mother bo costive or bilious, the
most gratifying results follow its use;
so that It Is the beat family remedy
known and every family shoud have a
bottle. Manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co.
Get on Glasses
If your sight kIiows signs of failing.
Sunny you would not bedo,tne blind? A
little tlmftJy attention may save your
ovm. It is wb to let us examine them.
W wJt Murine, the urrwatuat oye
remedy It Imw vor boeu our jUajre to
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
110 BTATH STHnDT.
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English Demands Are
General Who Sympathizes
With Boers Romovcd.
Situation Scriou3 in tho South African
Rebels Routed by American Torces.
Manih, Aug. If!. Sitllt a. in. A
force of United States troops from
Qulngua. four miles mutheastof Malo-
Iob, nud from llaliung, near Ihtstus,
about six miles northeast of Quintals,
encountered a body of 600 Insurgents
about half way between Uustus and
Qulngua. In tho engagement that en
sued, tho Filipinos wore soveroly pun
ished and scattered. The Amerirniis
lost ono man killed.
Tho Insurgent forcolH believed to have
been iiudur the command of General
Piodel Pilar, and to havo had lu view
the tearing up of tho railway at liocave
and Qlgaa about threo miles from liuln
can. A hatalllon of tho Twenty-llrst In
fantry will be sent to those olntfl this
afternoon to strengthen tho railroad
guard and to reconnoltor tho country in
the direction of Norzagaray, and on tho
General Whcaton, with tliu troops ut
Calutut, madu a reconnolssance on An
geles, nlKiut four miles to the northwest,
whoro ho found COO of tho enemy. He
silenced their fire and then returned to
Wahiiinoton, Aug. 15. Commodore
Cromwell, commanding tho naval sta
tion at Havana, has cabled tho navy de
partment that a case of yellow fever has
apjicared among tho marines. Tho navy
department ordered the marine battal
ion to New York City on tho first
stoamor leaving Havana. They will Imj
put in strict quarantine.
Wasiiinoton, Aug. lfi. Tho war de
partment bus arranged to send two ship
loads of supplies to Porto Itlco, The
steamer hvolyu will sail from Now
York next Friday with a full cargo of
supplies and the transport McClullau
will leave next Wednesday, Tho use of
tho Evelyn was tendered tl
meiit free of expense.
Have You Caught On
To tho fact that the llnont pictures in
the city aro made at tho P.llto Studio.
Dawson Herb Tea
los. Meyers &
(jj SALEM'S GREATEST
oft a. vW
Remember our buyers will soon be home and we want
you to have these goods before they arrive
The line comprises the very latest styles in Taftetasi Satin
Duchessi Corded Silks trimmed in velvet ribbonf Japanese water
proof Gros'Grainf Peaudcsoici India Silks etc
Mokes tho food more delirious ami wholesome
Field Cornets Distributing Rifles in the
Ilr Aaanolntcd Trcaa to the Jonrnnl.
Pkctohia, Aug. 15. Tho executive
council concluded its session nt 12:30 p.
m., when orders wero issued to tho field
cornets to give out Mauser rifles in ox
chnngo for Martini-Honry rifles. A
groat crowd gathered to receive tho
r,,1'?.?.1??.' Al,B 16. Major General,
Sir William rands Butler, who It was
announced yesterday would bo relieved
as commander of tho British troons in
South Africa as a result of his alleged
lloer sympathies, has boon recalled.
Sir Frederick Walker has been ap
pointed to replace him.
Walker is regarded as ono of the ablest
generals in tho army. His apjolnt
mentis taken to Indcato that tho situa
tion is moro grave.
Capktow.v. Aug. 15. No reply has
1hoh received here up to tho present
from tho Transvaal government, on tho
latest British nronosnlsonthd Huttlnmimt
of questions in disputo and a. dispatch
from Pretoria says the reply wh
will be dlsapiHunting. It in feu
the result will bo the urea Id n o
oilkhlir off nf nil
negotiations. Great anxiety prevails at
tho Capital of tho Transvaal.
Paius, Aug. 15. At tho
iiuot today of the
BummartlstH. u tnhv.
griun from Princo Victor Nnpolcon was
read, saying ho relied on tho various
committees to act onorKoticallv under
tho liresent gravo olrciunstances. Tho
reading was greeted with bIioiUb of
JoiiA.NNiMiiuim, Aug. 15. Tho Trans
vaal government Is purchasing all tho
mules possible, paying us high as $100
for each animal.
JoiiA.NNiisiiuiuis. Aug. 15. The Stand-
am ami Luggers' Mews says:
'lho Boers are convinced that there
Is nothliii! for it now hut the arbltrn-
All sorts of warlike rumors an In cir
culation. It is alleged that the Held cor
nots havo received orders to supply all
unarmed burghers with rifles gratul
tiously. audio substitute Mausers for
Martini-Henrys wherever tho latter aro
still in use.
Cai'K Tow.v. Aug. 15. Tho ronorted
shipment of -100,000 from London banks
is h jlievod to bo duo to tho enormous
purchases by tho Trausvual government
of ammunltatloii, provisions and forage,
supplies exceeding those of many Kuor
peau nations. The field cornets are dis
tributing arms to the burghers.
Caimitows, Aug. 15, A dispatch from
Pletermarlt7.burg, tho cnpital of Natal,
says that at a farmers' meeting, culled
there to consider defense of tho colony,
u was rosoivou to no tun uuty oi every
nhle-lxxlied colonist to rise and shoot In
defense of tho colony auaiiiNt Invasion.
and it was announced that volunteers
would bo sout to the frontier lu event of
war, and tho Itlllo Association would be
left to defend their own districts.
PitKToniA, Aug. 15.-
ir. lo. lumnlto llenorul
JouImiU'h denial, it Is rumored that tho
government made largo purchases of
mules last Saturday.
Monday a crowd ItOHicged the ofllce of
i no ueiu cornets, tiemamuug rules on
account of tho war scare.
Cai-k Town. Aug. 15, Dispatches
from Durban, in Natal, announce that
an armor-plated train, lilted with loop
holes, has beon sont to tho Natal-Trans
vaul border, and that artillery of tho
Oraugo Froo Stato Is going to occupy
van I'loiuaiiH pass.
Kihauitton ami uieak down follows GrTp
f revent It Uv ming Dr. Mile' Nervine
To cure La Gnppe, keen warm, pecUUt
tie feel, and take Dr. Mile' Nervine.
Read the List.
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fOWMH CO.. HtW YCT.
No Political Appoint
ments ResponsibilityWill BePlaced
On the Governors
Otis Will Havo No Excuso For Pro
Ilr Aaaoelntrd Prcaa to the Jourunl.
Nkw Youk, Aug. 15. A special to tho
Horald from Washington says: Orders
aro oxpocted within n fow days directing
tho organisation of llvo new volunteer
regiments for tho Philippines. Secre
tary of tho War Kllhu Boot Is- ex
tremely anxious to got good olllcers, and
as he cannot examine each Individual's
record, he bus decldod to placo tho re
sponsibility on tho governors of .the
Political tnllueiico will cut notlguro In
I the distribution of commissions
"Wo have before had so much trouble
over the civilian appointments" said
Secretary Boot, "that we propone to
mako tho new upiolntinont without tho
aid of political or personal Influence.
Boot Is determined tho fall campaign
shall end tho Insurrection and that Otis
may havo no excuse for failure to bring
it to a closo, ho proposes giving him as
largo nu army as necossury.
Major Willis Named,
Gov. Geer was shown tho nliovo dis
patch from Becretnry Boot this after
noon nud said he heartily endorsed
tho sentiments expressed. Ho recom
mended Major Percy Willis of Saloin as
one of tho two men to bo honored with
rcgimontnl olllces from Oregon. Major
Willis is of a Democratic family and ills
father wiih u colonel lu tho rebel army.)
Its warm my friend and no mistakes
So come nud try a cool milk shake,
Tho weather not so warm will seem,
If you try some of our Ico cream.
Wo havo lemonadonnd wo maku;
Curlmnle water while you wait.
Tako soda op if you're In basto
Any llavoV to suit your tusto,
Wo have somo drinks that will suit you,
For wo havo leu cream soda too
Where this placo Is you want to know,
So when you want to know where to go
It Is down to Kills A Zinns
As you pass by just please drop in.
104 Stato nt.
ug. 1 1. September 7lJi,
Ban FiiANcisro, Aug. M. Casl