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SALEAf, OREGON THURSDAY SEPTEMliEU 28 1899.
"W Vr"V P"
mill men In nil stations (if life,
out for tliu full ami u Inter, nt
THE NEW YORK RACKET,
Whom nil tliltlra nni cnlil nt IMPIi'lVr IMMPI-'Q .... .. ...!. I..I.,
one can fws plainly that wo ran
ho miiMt Ikj Itcnelltetl in making
V, for men, lMyn,niiilyonlliH;hoy8 from T1.00tofl.r0jcr suit young
i men from $2.S5to jfS.fiO pursuit i men from f:i.6 lo fllLifl; all well
5. niaile. cut to lit, well lined. Our black ami jmv worctem arc
i eplendlil material, well mnile, nt f 7.(15 to f IU.75, '1'liev never fade
are nil wool.
Iln (jreat variety for ladle.", gent and children, in cotton rllilwit,
merino, wool plaited, part and grades from 'Joe to f I.2U, The
goods we hae will please you.
BOOTS, SHOES and
in almndance. Tho ".Star 5 Star" lino, the Wot in tho wo.-hl, and
tlio ItoMoii and Wooneookut million from common oern, ami
Monti. nni proof, to long hip IkioIh.
HATS in FKllOltAS and other stvlo for men and Ixivh, and
MACKINTOSH, l)lt'K C0.TJ, Oil. COATS, OVKIlL'OATS.
oer.illH, JacketH, towels, table ololhes, IiIicun. mlvlielH. hiwierv.
ImiiilkcnhlefH, in faetalmo.tanythlng reiiiinil for comfort. A'll
at Itackc I prlcee, cull and n't our e twk.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Siore,
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts.
Vv ""-sriF-r SJ
I. f'liiti itiri t
, WtfK I
Wpv fi 1 Reform School Supplies.
S S J i I am now roadv to receive proMialn
Wo are still helling 4 foot, large M-cond for Mipnll.w to lw fiiml-hi-l '"
growth wooil fl'.W K-r cord-We are htate reform H-hcxd for the iuarter end
agU f Newk-rv: 1' e-ml Kim nml lt- l" DecemlH-riU. SW. A lirt of he wm
iiiiiii llrick.Mvthew.irkattholllihm! .IW wanted will l riirninliwl on uppli-
Chili HiilMing iiIku the ew I usloiu
lloiiMi, nt 1'ortland. 1). S. IIiixtmv A
Co., I'liono 30. 310 Front cor. Che-
Arc eainine favor every day in the homes of everybody who
have torn We are showing several ot the best patterns and
,(,!., . rial orice to make room for a new lot now on the way
buttmeJ with large drum head JJ
Ws make all kinds cf Lounges, .
Al work guarantee d.
are riiuep(etl lo rail when llttiiii;
afford to cell at a elo-er prollt, ami
hi mirchusi's. We have
Big shoe sal?
Takes place daily at our store.
We sell more shoes than all
the rest combined. Why: be
cause we carry the largest
stock, latest styles, best goods
at the lowest price. See our
llanan & Son's Shoes, and Dr.
Ried's cushion button shoes for
men; Queen Quality for ladies.
Our stock is immense. Call
see our lines and get our prices.
shine them free TC
275 Commercial St.
II. Iv. Hkkkiis,
Mieni, wr -i-pi
Rural & Wit
U x HOUSE FURNISHERS a
fine figure J vel
that we are selling
liv ' yj
llj l '
17 -- - 7"fM
KJi i w y - 1
discount to close out inejoaw
H"" IT A T1T m
llll l "I'll
y JUL 1JUJJ
By tlie Orange Free
Two Nations in Brotlier
liooil ol Arms,
England Will Have to With
draw or Fight.
II r Anaoclntril rrrim tn llir Jolirnnl.
Iindos, Sept. M. Tho decision of
the Volksrnad of the Orange Free State
to Join wltli the Transvaal In the event
of hostilities is the leading news today,
and will naturally stiffen Hours' hide
ondent attitude. The raads resolution
lias made a brotherhood of arms between
the Transvaal nnd the Orange Free
State an abolnto certainty and the
llritl-di will have to face the situation.
Intense excitement continues to pre
vail at I'retoria, where apparently Its
believed that there is no escape from
war. The Held cornet at Pretoria, Is
Bgilu serving out rilles and commander
Ing is actively proceeding, nnd all prep
arations nre being made to take the llclil.
HoRlxiusible people ho.ro, who have long
clung to tho belief ill an ultimate peace
ful settlement now regaul the war In
evitable. Invasion of Rhodesia,
biNDoN, Sept. L'7. The Johannesburg
correspondent of tho Morning Font says:
Twenty trucks tilled wltli armed
burghers and 60 horses left Johannes
burg by way of F.laudsfoutciu. The
plan of campaign drawn up at l'rctorla
proxies to employ a command of 2000
men to defeat the hleiulor force in Itho
desla, nnd to hand the territory over to
tavnoN, Sept. 28. Most f miKirtaut
light is thrown upon tlie situation by
a frank statement to tliu Associated
Pro-H by Sir Walter Peace, agent-general
for Natal, who fought ngainit the
lloors in former yours. Ho said:
Tho attitude of tho Orange Free State
means its inevitable acquisition by
(irout Ilrltaln. Peace In South Afiica
II only lie accomplished by war. In
my opinion a war would not last more
than two month'. In order to make
IKiritlcutlou effective, liroat Ilrltaln
must iitsuino absolute control over the
whole of South Africa.
"So fur ns the oltUu of Natal Is con
cerned all this talk nlsiut oor, unde
fended Natal is nonsense. There will
Ir little or no lighting in Natal if it
comes to u war, and I fear that no other
From o0 up.
This is the best
Easy Chair made!
them everv day at a
Ok I I'icliirc Molding
CIAL ST. X L
isoue Is now powible. What do you
think 10,000 British troops would bo do
ing while this much-talked of Iloor raid
was in progress? Our rallwnys aro in
good working order, and our troops can
bo transported quickly. The b.nl weather
conditions have boon magnified. A
campaign could be carried on now just
as well as in any other season.
Two mouths from tho day General
Slrltedvors lluller lauds tho lighting
will bo over. If tho Kroo State is loyal,
tho llghtlor will not last 14 days. It is
the likeliest thing in the world, how
ever that the Kroo State will bo fool
enough to take a hostile attitude
that means her addition to tho llritish
possessions. The l'reo state would al
ways have been a disturbing factor In
tliu ipiiet of South Africa.
Holland and Traotvaal.
Tin: Hauuk, Sept. 28. A treaty of
commerce and frieinNhlp is on the eve
of conclusion between Holland and tho
Losimiv, Sept. 28. A telegram from
Naples shows that tho llritlsli govern
ment is buying mules there, as well ns
in the United States. It Is understood
that 10,0000 will lw purchased alto
gether, but ns it will take at least a
month to get them to Africa, and n fur
ther time to get an army corps to the
front, it is evident that big operations
will lie linH)iiihlo until towanl the end
On Tholr Way Prom Cnstorn Oro
Kon ito Knsturn Mnrkot.
Ilr AmuiHntril I'rcaa In llir Jniirnnl.
1'kniii.i.tiiv, Sent 28. Hd Fortner, of
PrlnuriluMtrrlvi.il with 10.01H) sheep for
F.astorn slilpiiient. The shu-p are from
Crook county ami came through in Hue
Hhas'. They wore delivered to .Initio
Wright, the eastern buyer. Mr. Wright
will ship fiOOd more from hero In a few
Mr. Fortner stales that the conditions
affecting the sheep and cattle Interests,
In Pronevillu and Orwk county, are
highly satisfactory to growers. Prices
nre high, and the demand is strong for
nil classes of wisil producers. The
weather ami grass conditions are good.
IN GOOD LUCK
ll- Aaanrlnlril I'rraa tn llir Journal.
Astoiiia, Sept. 28. Astoria's dog
Mtcher, Jim Petty, loft last nvcnlng for
New York city, to assist in settling up
his uncle's estate. He recoil cd a letter
from the lawyer of the estate enclosing
a draft for f.100, and stated that tlie
share coming to him wits one-seventh of
piojierty valued nt f7o0,000,
The Eloquent Eye
SometiuiHri If' its M,ucr; It iiih1s help
tn hw things closely.
A skilleil optuiun will tst tho eyes
frmt of chargi) and not-urntely adjust
glwi to suit the sight. If you can bu
flttut from w lurj( nwrment kept In
stisik It will lw a mutter of hiltTi few
inlniitMH tdo hi. If glusstm must 1st
1 1 md n it will take a few days.
If any one iiohU Klnimwaml iotoo lxr
to y u moderate price, we will mu ko a
dlMHMiut or in Mime msos pitwnt IIimiii
HERMAN W. BARR S. O.,
Kdization Bel it Than Imigiiiatitiii.
Tn rwtlli tlie iiialiti d my frulu,
tt ithmWI. rrMi Mk, awl ootdMw, U
Ui Uiihm ttutm. My ciijltK rrmuui
! I'm Mtrt) r- within ynur mii, and
iutM triwl Hvvor iU-uil. Cull t the
I lUm It-m, li Mut X-
next thine is
We all want
Caps, Gloves, Sox, Hose, and a ereat many Dry
Goods. Now. I will tell you, John, that we can
save money by trading
THE PAIR STORE
In Salem, for I have priced their goods and know
ihev are all right. Keallv. John, I feel like we
ought to tell everybody
lor tneir money ai i nc
than any place else. 0. P. Dabnby
proprietor, 274 Commercial Street,
Fatigued By Rounds
Hawison aiul Miles Visit
to See General Miles
Presented to His Men.
Ilr Aamiolnlri! I'rraa tn Ills JaiurnnL
Nkw Yuiik, Sept. W. Ailmlnil Djwo,'
was eonsiilerahly faligunl by reunds:
of vis'tsand nveptloiiH yestenlay. After
lluishlng his iDrrtuiHiiidence. Dewey
apH'aml on the ipiarter-deek. The
Hiipb on the steamers and yachts
cheered wildly at the llrst sight ol the
tidmlrul ami he was kept busy Isnvlng
Three hundred and llfty men who
fought under Dewey nt Manila Hay were
presented, on lio.inl the Olympla, with
bronie uinlals, fomented liy congress.
Captain Ijimhertoii Hindu the presenta
tions, pinning the medal on the hrout
of each man as his name was culled.
Dewey's Chinese servants were also
Iteni-Ailmirut llowlson was an e.irly
visitor to the Olympla, uudhnat loads of
visitors had the gratification of hearing
Dewey's oice. It was when Admiral
lluwisou was leaving tlie ship that
Dewey shouted with all Ids lungs:
"Henry, what about that dinner?"
'Oh" replied llowlson, "I forgot It, I
mu going elsewhere tonight." "Never
mind," said Dewey, "isirry I mention
ollt." llowlson said today that the Chicago
would appeal In the naval parade, but
he would not take procedure orer Ad
miral Sampeu, the Chicago being as
lulled the last place hi the lino. The
committee fiom Washlugtau reached
the Olympla at II o'clock,
Admiral Dewey, Captain Lumlicrtoii
and I. lent. Ilriimby received the com
mittee. Dewey grasped the hand of
Major-Oonoral Miles us he stepvel
alxmnl and said "I am glad to see you,
Ooneriil." Tho coiiimittee remainiil on
Itoard llireo-ipiarlers of an hour.
Dewey nnd nlllcom and men on the
Olympla were formally welcomed tn
tho state of New York this aftuimsiu by
(ioveruor Itisiseiolt and the ehiefolllcers
of the national guard of the state.
(ion. (Ireeu who went wltli the gov
ernor, Is a .Manila campaigner, uti'l lor
tho Hist time since the admiral left
Manila, he shook hands with wiiiiu of
the captains who eniiiuiaiiihil tlm vis
sols In Ids mliudrnn.
(Ioveruor ltissevelt was rmeiveil with
a salute of III guns. He was met at the
gangway by Admiral Dewey.
Shortly lieforu ikmhi, (iuunral Merrill
also left Governor's Island to pny hid rn-
MHittM to the Admlrul. I he null lusttsl
about half an hour und as the army of
llcerM left tliu llag-lilp, a Mihito of lit
gnus was II re I In honor ol (ieueral
Mami.a, Sipt. . Tolay's iihivh
went was u strategical diiomawi ami rn
stlltnl In the KHMwssiou of l'orue and
the oleurlng ol soveral iiilleanf eon n try
tliurnnlsiiils. Insurgents are twtlnmted
tn Inive iiuinlsirol six hiiinlreil mull.
Ten i Iced PlIlpllHHi were IimIihI nihl it
eaitaln and wiiiimliMwry of the Mas
ournoH minmaiHl wine lalttu prlwinms.
The Annirlcun los mis live killwl, lull
there wttre many proMrutiou from limit.
IVlHTMHIl, MaH, Hpt. !. AlhMxl I..
Allen, fttnimrljf inlvale nn-rtrtary In
llmnna II. IIhwI, whs imiihIhuIsiI fur
ImngruM by the first Maine iIMrH't.
where will we do our
Shoes, Underwear, Hats,
that they can get more
rm o i viu in mcui
Llvocl Alono In His Wootlshod Loft
n Considerable Batata.
r Amnrlnlril I'rcaa In
Wkstun, Or., Sept. 28.-
wor, ,'17 yours old, a farmer living on Dry
Creek, four miles tfrom Weston, was
found dead in his bed Sunday evening
HaiMnot lieen feeling well, and sent a
messenger to town after a Itottlo of
bandy. When the latter returned lloh-
wor wag dead. Deceased left farm prop
erty worth more than $10,000.
He lived alone, and was oonildorod an
occontrloohanicter. Last fall his house
wan destroyed by lire and he moved Into
his woodshoi.. Ills mode of life was
not conductive to health, and a mid led
to his death. Ho loft no family. A
brother residing in Nebraska is Ills only
JAAES ISLAND IN
Hr AaanolHlril I'rraa lo tlie JnurnsL
Victoiiia, A. 0., Sept.W. Theolllceni
of the llritish warship Leamler, which
has returned to l.sipilumlt frnin a cruise
In South American waters, reuirls that
n volcano nu Jii'Moa Is ami. one of tlm
the CalappgoH group hotiiiiiu active
nlHiiit tliioe mouths ago, sending broad
Htremiiii of lava down its side. No dam
age wi i done, ai the Island Is uniuhah
ttod. When the l.eaiuler was. going Into
Callao, the llritish bark Teuiiesseau
was found stranded oft the Illume river.
For three days the l.eaiuler worked at
her, and, with the assistance of the
steamer llakipiln she was saved.
Mr AaanolHlril I'rraa lu llir JtmriiNl.
Oimnii I'ohkh, N. D. Sept. 28. The
lloreost September hlixranl within tlie
memory of the oldest Inliablliiiils of the
llnl river valley riigul yestenlay. Snow
falling, driven by a severe southwest
w hid. Thousands of acres of w heat are
still in shock hi the northern part of
J-nnoH Sklpton drove tn Corvallls this
morning having received word of the
death of his uncle Mr. Irwin, tKI years
of age and an old plomur In Oregon.
HIGH AUT CANDIliS.
BXTKA VANIl.A CHOCOLATES
CAUI'OUNIA CIIHWINCi CANDY
ELLIS & .INN'S
PrVlf Pliirlc We ,,ave ",e lwvy double face plaids for
vJUll l JxllUb c;lpes and skirli-the best shown in Salem
S2,50 and S3 a yd
"-. rtfJ'n-. rlrtll-i You see it advertised in all the
Venetian iom ,eju,inr j0lirll;1$ 0f fahion.
WR HAVR IT IN ALL SIIADIiS. 50 inches wide.
PlimHo A very beautiful fabric woven for Oregonians,
riUVAlC j wjf 0( j,.,0tt sjn( or fade, will stand the rain
without shrinking. We have
QisH'a1 Q-.1 We are
opeciai ocue aoojSt
Makes tho food moro
And tho Town of Posack Occupied lly
Ilr Aaanrlnlril I'rraa li lir JiiilrnnL
Manii.i, Sept. 28. (leneml Mae Ar
thur, Wheatou and Wheeler, with four
regiments and a battery, advanced uisui
Porae, eight iniles northwest of llacolor
this morning. MiicArthur entered
Pome after hull an hours' lighting. 'I lie
American lost wassllglit, Insurgents loss
Hot known. Kucmy lied northward.
The attacking party moved on Porno
In two columns. The Ninth Infantry,
with two gnus ftm Santa I Ilea, com
mamlcd by (leneral Wheeler and tliu
llilth Infantry. Under (leueral Hell with
one gun, raccmupauiiil MacArthur
(ruin Sail Antonio. Itolh columns struck
town nt (I o'clock and osuinl n brisk lire
which was replied tn by the enemy for
half an hour. Then the Insurgents lied
and the Americans marched over the
trenches and took ssossloii of the
place. I.isciimh icportcd one casualty
and (ten, Hell reported four men
The movement Is conducted person
ally by (leueral MacArthur. (leneral
Wheeler, with the Ninth regiment und
a battery, is advancing by two roads,
while (lenural Wheatou, commanding
tho Twelfth and Seventeenth regiments,
Is moving to block the Insurgents from
retreating to the north, The Tlilrtw
sixth regiment accunipuiiliw (leneral
MaoArthur. Firing has begun near
Two l-'lllplnu majors oume tn tin
American lines last night with mist
sagos regurtling the American prisoners,
who were to arrive this morning. They
iilsn riiiiostol permission for (leneral
Alejandrluu, one colonel nnd two lieu
tenant minuets In visit (leueral Oils.
They were (refused ontruneo tn tl
American llmw until iiihiii Friday uiiue
miiit of today's light, and (linieriil
Alejaiulrlnu iilone will be allow iil In
visit (litnoral Otis,'
U7H.UMD (.OMMKHCIAI. HI . COM,
Our Dress Goods Department is indeed
a credit to Salem. We are showing all
the new weaves, colors and ixitlerns.
Foreign buyeis claim that Crepons will
l)c very good for Fall and next Spring.
We show them from
SI a yd to S25 a suit
SL25 and $1,75 a yd.
it in durable shades.
showing a mixed line of Dress
wort, 50c 0 ?t a y,, for
ooc a yd to close out
delicious and vhorcsome
EOWPM ro , hCW VOM,
The Insurgents recently entrenched
and garrisoned tho town of Paoto, on
Ijigiuia buy, In the province of 1-aguna
ltuy. Kub-niiuently Captnin Iirsen,
commiiuding tho gunboat Xnpldnu,
for a eonfuronco with tho conference
wilh the citizens, As ho waa proceed
ing up the main street of the town with
n tKiuul Iiuwiih ivcuiveil with n volley
from n hidden trench. Tho party re
treated to their boat under cover of tho
buildings, mid regained their vesad.
The Napidan thou bombanletl the
trench fur an hour, completely destroy
lOnrnons I'rnotlcnlly In tho Hand
of tho rtebols.
Ilr Aaaorlntril I'rraa ta lltn Jnnrunl.
Nkw YmiK, Sept 2S. A dlspatcli In
the Herald from Port of 8inlii, Trlndad,
('aniens is pmulleully Inveskil by the
mvolutlonists. Tho center and luiiiii
tlivislon of the rebel army under the
lorsimal command of Castro H tuuvlnu
on Uis l4iues and propose tn cnmhlne
with the forces; from Tuy valley to make
an assault on Caracas. Caitro sur
prlced the government troo on tlie
plains of Naloncla causing n lmi to
Atidradcs forci'd of leXX) killtil mid
2 A Snow-storm
i In Summer
5 Knr rroons? W nnrrr itliti but
1 -ti lkti'fTlill,nrlolhliirst IliHtlln
ui ll. ),.ir witinrinl null lUntlrult
i llullili. -krtlsalt II Udlrnimt In
! rr(;jltr siiiiw-altiriii.
, No nrrJ n( Ihlj nawilarm.
ka A Ilia siiinutcr aua lulla lha Ml- Jj
,' lhgtiniw,o 2S
mIU ltn fltlst nf ilinilrurf In tho
li icwa luillirr I
MtnU llwlr ftiitiuthiii
It ali rMtiirct iiilur tn srir bilr.
of Of lulr. Thin Iktlr Ihiiiimi thick
lu.ir, ami hurt luir limmwa lonu
Unr ll.i'la boltlo Allilriiri(lata.
U jitn ila iial AtiUIn all Iha Mnfltt
jnu aiiarial lrni Iha ua ar lit vi
Mrltrll.a HiMtar alnHll II II lll
TtHl lull wl.r Ilia ItuuMa la
i4Im., bu j. c. Ayr.n.
E l-uw ". Mail,
Ciiii'Aim, Sept. US. lU-ccmber 73I,
Man IttAkcistii, Sept. '., Cusli 107.
We invite you to inspect our
goods and be convinced that
they are exactly as advertised.
Wo have the
Largest Clothing Store
In Salem ZC JC X
And pride ourselves on giving
good values. New line of
75c to $6
We are closing out a line of
King's Trousers, worth 7.50,
For 55.75 a ir7
rJ 248 COMMBRCI