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SALEM, OREGON "WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1890.
You Don't Ask the Postmaster For 1
Credit On Stamps
Uncle Sam llhtls tlint the cash plan Is the only
safe way for him to ilo business. It's the only
safe way for any merchant. You don't want to
pay 3c for a LV stamp, do you? That's just ex
actly what you ilo when you deal with a tore do
ing a credit business.
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
is a SPOT CASH OXB 1'KICB STORK. They're
sntisfied with small profits because there nre no
losses. Shoes, Clothing, Hosiery, Underwear,
Hats, Shirts and Notions. Come and see our
prices, then you'll know why your neighbors all
trade at tho New York Racket.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts.
Is in Sight for Cih
Will Soon Be Given Independence.
Military Government Will Be Withdrawn.
Immense stock now
in and daily arriving'
All the new late toes.
Will be sold at cut
prices through the
275 Commercial St.
1 I JwjMs
llr Aumielntcil Preu to llie Journnl.
Washington-, Aug. SO. It la expected
that the presidents' proclamation re
lating to taking the census in Cuba will
be niado public at Havana boon. Is is
stated at tho war department that
thero Is nothing in the cencus procla
mation to eonlliet with the assertion
that tho United States intends to give
immmedlato independence to Cuba.
The taking of the cencus will bo fol
lowed by municipal elections and the
inauguration of autonomy in localities
where it is prubticable, The withdraw
al of American troops and the termi
nation of the existing military govern
ment Is not looked for for several months
llr Amini-liilFil I'm tn 111 Journnl.
Hamilton, 0., Aug. 30. K. 0. Maya
and Z. Tang, Japanese tea merchants,
of thlscitv, have received a copy of tho
Clin Zir.o Sliinko, a newspaper printed
in Nigoga, Jnpun, July '-"J, which con
tains a dispatch from 'Manila that has
not vet become public in America. Un
der the heading "New Philippine In
formation," tho paper prints tlio follow fellow follew
ing: "In the latter partof Juno, near San
Fernando, Agulnaldo was killed by
General l'lo del Pilar. Pilar visited
him to inquire rbout tbo death of Gen
eral I.una. and Airuinaldo answered that
hudldnot know anything ulmnt this
case, and told Pilar to mind his own
business. Pilar then called Agulnaldo a
liar, and. pulling a pNtol. shot Aguln
aldo iu the forehead, killing him instantly."
COLD WATCH LOST.
Fee Will De Doubled Aftet Tomorrow
Not Many Payments.
There does not seem to bo much of a
rush to pay tho dog license, only 80
having been taken out at noon today.
Tomorrow will be the last day on which
1.60 will secure one of tlitmo license1.
After midnight Thursday night it will
tko ft to liquidate this tax, according
to tho provisions of the ordinance,
which will bo strictly enforced.
Thero has been somo inquiry as to
whether tho ordinance would apply to
dogs belonging to parties living outside
the city limits.
It may be stated on authority of Mar
shal Gibson that tho brdlnnnco is not
aimed at non-resident dogs who may
casuallv venture into tho city, but at
dogs who belong bore.
How over, It will bo diillcult for tho
dog-catchor to tell in every case, by tho
appearance of a dog whether ho is a oity
or country dog, and strango canines nro
likely to be taken up, no matter whoro
they hall from.
Once landed in tho pound tho mar
shal's fees must bo paid, 50o for taking
up and 25c a day for feeding. The only
difference will bo that tbo city dog will
also have to pay a liconso fee of 3,
which will authorize him to roam tho
streets unmolested for ono year, while
tho country dog will not bo obliged to
taken license, nor will ho bo exempt
from arrest thereafter.
A Serious Conflagration.
lir Aoclntcl l'rtm to (lie Journnl.
Los Anoki.kh. Aug. 30. It is roKrted
Here that tlio city ot unia Am,,
been nearly consumed by lire.
Fivo or Six Million Dollars Worth of
The Greatest Fire in the History of the
Apinaldo Quite Ag
gressive. Has Ordered Insurgents to
Americans)are Entrenched Other For
eign News Items.
llr Aanoclntcil l'rei lo Hie Journnl.
Manila Aug. 30. ltn roimrled Aguln
aldo has ordered a rebel general in the
province of cavito to close in on and
attempt to take town of Inus And troops
aro concentrating around the town from
tho Lake country. Tho rebels, it is said,
have about 710 men on tho Dasmarinas
road and an equal force in tho town of
Anaho. The Americans aro entrenching
tho town and have no fear of tho result
of tho ttack by rolwls.
Yohk, Aug. 30. A dispatch
the Herald trnui Lima, I'eru. says:
"Theie is active recruiting every
whoronud tho government continues to
send troops to the Interior. Ilusiness
is at a standstill and tho mines shutting
TRIAL AT RENNRS,
The French Mills of Justice Slowly
Hhnnhh, Aug. 30. Paul Moyor, mom
her of tho institute and director ol tho
Mihool ot ancient manuscript was the
llrst witness called. Ho deposed in
favor of Dreyfus.
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
WOO E)$3 Per Dav Sure
Lay in. your winters supply now
while cheap. Second growth lir cut
from largo trees (2.itt per cord, also
large fir, ash ami polo oak.
D. S. I1p.sti.kv & Co.,
Phono 30. 310 Front cor. Chemeketa,
It Ltea at the Bottom of the Willamette
Under the Dridgn.
Last evening while Miss Ilertlm Rich
ardson was returning from Portland on
tho steamer and just as tho boat was
coming through under tho bridge at Sa
luiu sho went to brush the dust from
her dross skirt, when her hand liecniuo
tangled in her watch chain nnd the
watch, a line lroltl watch bolonuinu to
bur mother, was thrown from horpoekot
and How into tho Willamette rivor. The
watoh wuh valued at 130. It was uso-
loss to look for tho watch as tho river at
that point is quito deep and very sw ift.
The gold chain accoinpunied the watch.
A R. R Deal.
Nhw Yoiik, Aug. 30. Tho dirootorsof
tho Union Pacille will recommend to
uhnmlmldiirM an innrouHo iu the nreforred
and common stock to bo used for tho
conversion of tho Oregon Short Lino 4
tier cunt "H" bonds, and Oregon Hail-
way A Navigation, preferred and com
Five per cont of tho Oregon Short
Lino "A" londs aro to 1mj taken up with
I'nioii Pacille first mortgago bonds.
This will complete tho exclusive owner
ship by the 1'iiiona Pacille of the en
tire lino from Omuha nnd Kansas City
to Portland, Oregon.
Yokohama. Aim. 18 via Victoria.
Aug. 30. Yokohama saw on tho night
of August 12 the greatest tiro in Iter his
tory. A densely populated square mile
hurncd with a loss of 1(1 lives and from ft
tod millions property.
Some of the homeless people strongly
imbued with western notions of lynch
law, formed a mob and proceeded to at
tack the owner of the house in which
tho lire originated. The man has died
of his wounds.
There is much sih'oiiIiUIoii over the
suposed now relations between Japan
and Uliinn ami Kusia. llio most prot
able outcome it Is thought will bo ex
cess of cordiality between the llrst two
nations, similar to that which now ex
ists lKitweeiiAuglo-Baxon people.
Makes tho food moro delicious and wholesome
DOTU lUKWfl KMrftn CO., Nfw vo.
and Colonel Schneider to convince- the
noonle. Colonol SchwnrUkonnon's inter
vention in tichalf of ono innocently sou-1
tonecd would bo futile, especially since
Germany lmi already done moro than
could bo oxpocted, by Count von Uuo
low'a solomn declarations, which wore
given as lepresentlng the empire and
the emperor, and Colonol SchwnrU
kopiKMi's word of honor iu his declara
tions in November, 1807, that ho novor
had any relations with Dreyfus."
Tho Tageblatt says tho government
might name tho real spy.
A Parallel Case.
Paiiii,, Aug. 30. A case somewhat
similar to that of Captain Dreyfus, not
being tried by court-martial at Ilcnnes
for treason, is reported nt Nancy, Tho
pollco claim to havo found nt tho resi
dence thero of a I'rench artillery sub
altern a commission isthoGormau nrmy
and valuable French army maps, Tho
sutected man liolongs to an old Alsa
Hon family, other meuiliors of which are
suspected of complicity iu tho affair.
For Qovernor of Ohio on First Ballot.
tug. 30. According
I'AlllS, rtlltf. Ml. I
Matin. Colonel Paty de Clam
CONQERING BOYS HOME
Pandomonium Reigns in
St. I-ouih, Aug,
Gontlomon or Latllos, not to canvnss
but to employ agents . position permanent-?
!HX) per year and expenses ; reliable
linn with best references; experience un
neceswiry. M M DnAPR5 Portl'd,
Addross.mi Hi UUii uiivj ur,
Kodol Dyspopsia Cure euros dyspep
sia. "Tho public can rely upon It ns
n iniibtor remedy for all disorders nrls-lngfrniiiliiiporfectdigostlon."-Juinc8
M. Thomas, M. I) , In Ainorlcan Jour
nal of Health, N. Y. atones Drug
- ' at a j W "W
- , Ruren & Miito s
UPS J 248 Commercial St, 1 1
120.00 -BUYS ONE 420.00
We have several Bicycles on hand which
most be sold. Will not carry any over. .
1NOW IS UAC klixx xw . ,
Qovernor Lord Employed by the
At noon today, pursuant to the orders
of tho mayor aiid tho special committee
of the city council on tho post
olllco site, Kx-Govornor Win.
P. Lord was employed by the
city ns legal counsel in tho matter of tho
title to Wilson Avenue and its transfer
to tho United Status government. All the
preliminary stops necessary iu the
matter of preparing nn abstract, etc.,
nave lcon taken ami uoiuing win do
left undone by tho city olllcials to make
and ihiss a legal title.
Tho employment of Kx-Govornor Lord
ns legal counsel insures that all steps
taken will Ixi In strict conformity to law,"
and the opinion and iniluonco of that
eminent jurist will havo a weight in
Washington which may bo of material
benefit to this city in the pending trans
action. Kvorythhig so far dono has been done
right, and tho city olllcials wish to avoid
any danger of n mistake being made.
It is now gunerally conceded that no
complications uru likely to arise to
cause a hitch in.tho proceedings.
If You Want a Private Dancing
Or a sucouiMiand coal stove, into n want
If you aro an unemployed musician or
an old, established broker, use a want
If you havo any kind of a want that
anybody otwi fill you'll find that u few
cent! iiivotftul in want column adver
tising will bo about the bunt investment
you can make.
When You Ride Your Wheel.
Always shako InUt your shoos Allen's
Foot-Hasc, a powder for the foot. It
keeps your foot cool, proyenw awout
lng feet, and make your endurance
ten-told greater, wyor ono iiihiioh
wheel people aro using Allen's Foot
Easo. They all pralso it. It glvos
rostand comfort U binurtlng, hot,
hwooIom, aching foot, uud Is a certain
cure for Ingrowing nails. At all drug
gists aurt shoo store, 2fic, Sample
WIRE hv mall. Addross. A lion b
OlmstCfi, Lo Hoy, N. V. 3
Aflor Mollntere and Glry nnd Plcot.
members of the Institute had tostilled
iu favor of Dreyfus, general Delo;
testlhsl against the prisoner on ai
lorv references iu the banloreau.
'the evidence of Meyer, Mollnlere and
Glry, who are hand 'writing oxjHirtH of
tho llrst rank, wuh a strong point for
Dreyfus. They wore most emphatic iu
declaring that the bordereau was written
by Ksterhar.y and created a belter Im
pression than llertilliou.
General Merclor asked to he allowed
to reply to Moliulere and then continu
ing the professors statement that Kstor
hazy had changed his wrltiugsiuco lH'.ll,
Many persons think that Merclor. fear
ing that Halurday'H exposure will dis
credit him, hafi conceived the Idea of
giving way on certain joints, which aro
almost lucoutestlblo and thus to somo
extent reinstate himself by an affect-
atatiou of Impartiality.
iMalor t.arrloru made an
havo tho court sit boliiud elnsetl doors
tomorrow, as ho desired tn submit cor
tain documents prepared by tho Gun
nery nureaii, con
which It is not des
Populist State Olllcials Honor the Re
llr AnxM'Inlrtl l'rei lu lit JournnL
Omaha, Aug. 30. Pandemonium
broke Iooho in Omaha this morning
when three trains liearlng llrst Nebraska
regiment arrived. The crowd assembled
at the depot was Immense.
Tho reception of the regiment has
been most euthuslastlo ever since It
crossed tho state line, hut the one at
Omaha was the climax.
The parade was formed ami arriving
at the city hall, tho regiment was form
ally greeted by Mayor Moores, Gover
nor Poynler and other city and state
The Ueak Hop Ranch,
K. CasHolmnu, superintendent of
Horst llros' I'.'tl aero hop ranch, on the
lleak place, on Kaiser bottom, was In
tho eltv today, lloroivorts not a loitso
mi the nliu'o. and tho lluest crop that
Cnrrloro made application to can ie pr s.ucih . '"V'T?,'. ?
..lr.u.i.1 iliuird . Wl I ovum liufc Himiiumiiii, " '
I'ma (u Ih in Jniii-tml.
30. ItetuniH from
four-llfths of tho voting precincts In tho
eight congressional tllsrrlet and closu
estimates of the remaining ono-llfth give
Hbaekleford (Democrat) a plurality of
.knkvii.i.i:, O., Aug, 30,-sMt morial
Hall was packed when Hon. W. H.
Thomas chairman of tho Democratic
statu committeo called tho slate convtloii
lo order. Tho opening prayer was by
Rev. Kearney Catholic. Ho prayed for
dellvorenco of tho Filipinos from "Hruto
force" now being iiilllcted uion them.
The prayer was so radical that it brought
forth rounds of vociferous applause.
Judge Moonoy, temporary chairman,
received n great ovation.
After tho adoption ot rulei) tho roort
of the committee on credentials was
presented. Tho majority roimrt vim
adopted with tho exception of High
land county from which it was recom
mended that aiitl-MolAiaii delegates bo
Tho minority report related to Cuya
hoga county and recommended tho
seating of tho Wilson delegation. A
motion to substitute tho minority for
tho majority ros)rt resulted yeas 341,
pooh 3811. All of the Held voted against
thoalllrmativo. Tho fill caiitcHtcd votes
of Cuyahoga county could not bo cast
i tins nauot.
The platform adopted realllruiH tho
itiro Chncago platform uud especially
emphazltig the tlnanclal plank therein:
reiiuminatlou ot Hryau demanded and
unalterable opposition to Imperialism
lu tho United Htates Is declared.
from IW) to I'OO nickers will bo needed
Hoilenloe the rumor mat tiioy win em-
UCK tlio no ps.
tparoil by tlio linn. """' ",',"Ti ". V
taliiiug Information ploy Japs aii.lndlaiiH to pli
Irablo to discuss lu They will pay 10 itiuts per
The court grunted the appllca
Not Likely to Intervene.
IJniiMN. Aug. 30. Tho Cologne Ga
rettu iu nn inspired article, rep
tho foreign press, says:
"After the failure of Major Panlwanll
' "Our baby wuh hIcIc for a month
' wiiii unvnrn comh and catarrhal fever.
Hhokont getting worso until wo used
.Ono Mintito Cough Curo-lt rollovod
nnd cured hor in n few duyH "II L.
Nuiico, Prln. IHuli Kohool, IJlulfdulu,
'iv.vnn Rtiiiins Iirim HLores
Stop here at
THE PAIR STORB
For all supplies for hop picking and threshing or
any general use. Lots of new goods just arrived and
will be sold at the' lowest racket prices.
Crcat reduction on all summer goods,
THE PAIR STOR B
Zanuhvim.k, Aug. 30. John II. Mc
Lean was nominated for governor by tho
Democratic convention on llrst ballot.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. HcliulU, left today
for their home at Heat tie, after visiting
relatives in this city.
BOSS CREAM TAFFY
BANANA CHEWING DROPS
AT ELLIS & ZINN'S ONLY.
Keep your eye on this space.
Ban Fuancihco, Aug, JW. Dee. 1.1 IJjf.
los. irn & son
C ,&A LEM'S GRbATEST STORE
That's iuli of
This 1899 Bicycle, nicely enameled and nickel
trimmed, onlyS20, Many bargams m second
hand wheels. All must go
II you want a l
661 see us
Out buyers are home
ond with them comes copies ot ex
tensive orders which they placed
while in the East, The poods arc
beginning to roll in and in a few
days we will have a
STORE FULL OF
The Happiest Girl
la Vwh k Jw who ban rmdwl an Kn
iiaMit or WmIUiih; Hk jrelfaMl
Our tiMk ut Ijwtitry la mrimhTy
wail iMm vttik Urn artAt rf Utm-
Tk MMiftp w uiAit tid tit
iiorkuiaitttMu MXMliMlt. UAJ Ut Wit
. j 1 1. a. Lmi U kkwr (lia atluu-n
m i win iw rr "" -- -
Mk lor AHW u
I BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
t 310 BTATO BTflnUT.
at crc x c
"fC. w J fftH ant!
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Women ami Men
nro Iwylng tliwm
lively, tlioy won't
It velvet I n
lino o( late
llotlili and Gordou
Another Line 2C C
ltwe.vl today. KhmiU Mo4MHilH"Jik)l
sml Clullon Tim imuIo Hp Ih mtitvirmwtniM,
Itiui rukHwl, u .,
50c to $2 each,
jtmr TUjy r dmy nhui.
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m nl ft si-
piiTfcT ?0iWr.yV!n Tli nil