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SALEM, OREGON MONDAY OCTOBER 2 1899.
Salem Woolen miiisms
Heme Made Goods
Specials: A very select
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
New York. .GET ONE FOR
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: A?V
SALEM SHOE STORE
R. H. Leabo, Atanager.
BS Stalo H. Ladd A lh"h Hunk llldir.
-; Ruren & Hamilton xz
1 U x HOUSE FURNISHERS x 1 1 1
zMi iron and Brass
Are caning lavor every uuym u uwmw .77 ,.w
have them We are showing several 'ot the best patterns and
making a special price to make room for anew lot now on the way
buttoned with Urge drum head ; ft
"Wi make all kinds
AH work guarantees
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extra sizes and extra loners
No matter what size you call
for we have them. A special
drive on them
be finest line of Crash Hat
for Alen and Boys to bs
found, in Patterns ade
Big shoe sal?
Takes place daily at our store.
We sell more shoes than all
the rest combined. Why: be
cause we cany the largest
stock, latest styles, best goods
at the lowest price. See our
I laiian & 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 (hem free C ?L
275 Commercial St.
Salem, Oregon. .
gRINGS BUSJESS. Cur cempdites
do not seem (o appreciate it but our
customers do. All our Fall and Winter
stock cut to bottom prices. No f tore in
the city attempting to meet our prices.
Of course some people "will look
around," wc arc glad they do-vthcy nl
ways come back if they know the dif'
fcrcncc between a $2,50 shoe and a
.- J-.-r('-k llfltA l-inrie rf ertrVAr ixi-n
line figured vel
that we are selling
discount to close out tnejo?? siock-
A Declaration ol War
IN SOUTH AFRICA.
British Cabinet Will Not Meet
Tuesday as PromisedNot
Much News from South Af
rica Said to Be Due to the
Cutting of Telegraph Com
ceeding in a Leisurely Aan-
nerGen. Buller Has Not
Yet Sailed Commodore
Jaubert Ready for Action
and in the Free State Com-
mandering is Actively Going
on Great Britain s Assur
ance of Good Will Con
strued to .Wean Appeals for
Peace Natal Aay Be In
vaded. Ill' Aaaooliilnl I'rraa lu III Joarmil.
IONDov. Oct, 2 Tho announced In-
tuition of tin) Hrltltdi cabinet to meet to
morrow tins aporontly been reconsid
ered. Tha (Into for Rummoulng! par
liament Iiiih not yet lievn dellnltely net
tled although It Ih mild to 1m October III.
TI10 remarkable uhpenco of iiuwb from
Koutli Africn-tliln morning lends tw-tho'
belief that tliorn linn boon wldCKprcud
cutting of telegraph wires or tlint an ex
tra ci'MHomhli) linn been established.
Thnro in nothing to indicate tlmt thu
Hoers liuvo the tdightoid deairo to eomo
to terms peacefully with Cireat llritain.
TI10 hanging back nee ins to Imi by (Jreut
llritain, hero In npltu of tlio talk of
mobilization of army vor, work in ap"
larenlly proceeding in u curioly loin
Tlio departure of (ionerul liiiller, com
mander of tliollritleh force In South
Africa Iiuh lieon poitpaued from week to
it'k, and when membcra of thu cabinet
talk in public, their UMiiurancu of Great
Ilrituln'n good will towunl thu Tratmvaal
Ih regarded us almost mnacklng of a
tlietlr appeal for cacv.
Tlio general drift of the now. IndiratPit
that thu position of tho llritlsh troois in
koutli Africa is critical, oh Ink' to tho do-
From $6.50 up.
This is the best
Easy Chair mad el
them everv day at a
lay in Bonding reinforcements and In the
event of hostilities early reverses were
regarded as probable Tho latast ad
vices show thai tho Transvaal luobillni
Hon has been rapid and comprehensive.
It Is calculated that tho Orango Freo
State already has 7,00(f troops on bonier.
From South Africa, tlionows is wholly
concerned with feverish preparations for
hostilities. Commandant General Jotii
bert is reported to have eald that
has 10,000 men on tho Natal Iwrder, and
that Commandant Cronjo lias 3000 on
tho llechuana side. Tho ltritlsli camp
In tlio vicinity of Dundee consists of
6000 men with 24 guns in Btrong posi
tions. Tho Orango FreoStato Is actively
Tho Transvaal government has virtu
ally taken over tho Netherlands railway
fir military purposes, and Natal trains
aro being turned back. Telegraph win's
between Natal and Johannesburg have
leen cut since Friday. According to
dispatches from Pretoria, complete
chaos reigns tlioro, Tho government
has declared a moratorium (an emerg
ency art of legislature) authoriiing a
government bank to suspend secio
paymentH for a given period, closed all
the, courts and suspended tho Kuglisli
puH!rs. It is said that there will lw
nearley 30,000 burghers along tho bord
er by this evening (Monday.)
In Johannesburg warrants havo been
Issued for tho arrest of some 60 promi
nent Uitlauders and Journalists, but all
received timely warning and got awuy
An unconllrmed rumor has reached
Johannesburg that tho first portion of
tho Indian contingent has arrived nt
Tho special correspondent of tho
Standanl, at Nuwcasrlo, Natal, hi de
scribing tho lllght from Johannesburg,
"The train occupied nearly twlco its
usual time, owing to stoppages to allow
precedence to trains going with burgh
ers to thu front. The passengers suffered
great Inconvenience, particularly the
women and children, being nimble to
get (inn). Tho men wore drenched wllh
rain In tho open trucks,
"Hrltlsh and Uulch were lielng coin,
inunderod when I left, and their goods
were being seir.ed. Ho far as I can leara
there aro undoubtedly at least 20,000
armed Hours, well horsel, nt different
points on tho bonier, esieclully In tho
dlrectonofNtttttl. They boast of their
Intention of Invading Natal on Wednes
day next, and of sweeping tho Hrltiih
into tlio sea,, It certainly looks us
though Natal would l.u Invaded in
"Tho burgherH seem stunly folk. They
nro dressed In a variety of costnmtvH
Tho chief defect dlsittrniblu Is the largo
niimlHTof olllolulsof Inferior physique
who nccoiiiiaiiy tho troops. These nro
likvkly to prove a source of weakness.
"From Johannesburg to Volksruat,
tlio greatest enthusiasm seemed to pre
vail. It is estimated that 20,000 Ilovrs
with fluid guns, now command nil tho
height within n 15 lullo-mdius from
T ;! Thinoc
Often lead to serious rwults If nt-alJy ",l'".
Iteforu starting in fr the ieli"l " ",;
Imu yourohlldren's oyes oxamlneO "r'".1"
if unydefwts or derangements a roll" J' l"
iK-rmltiii tolurnl.li suliablu BlasiK' ''
A graduate optician will make tlij 'll
r." l .. o...l tliu ivu.1 nt til l 1110
glassfH will I but a tritlocoiuiiared0 l'f.ct
I no ienen; nrnvwi. eet
HERMAN W. BAHR S. C'Z
( I raduate Optician
Realization llet'tr Than Imagination.
To realize tho iiuallth of my fmll.
iu nrem, erooiu m, and eandlor, is
to UtUi them. My elnolU mwi
I'm sure are within your means, sihI
niiw tril never denlnl. Call at the
lion l(on, 18H Htate St.
Now the next tiling is where will we do our
trading? We all want Shoes, Underwear, Hals,
Caps. Gloves, Sox. Hose, and a ereat many Dry
Goods. Now. I will tell you, John, that we can
save money by trading at
THB RAIR STOR B
In Salem, for I have priced their goods and know
they are all right. Really. John, I feel like we
ouk'ht to tell everybody that they can get more
for their money at THE FAIR STORE in Salem
than any place else. O. P. Daungy is the
proprietor, 274 Commercial Street.
Of tlie Peace Con
ference. Will Accept Nothing But
GIVE UP OR FIGHT.
Nothing in llie Shape of Rec
ognition ol Insurgent Government-Only
a White Hag
and the Grounding of Arms
would be accepted-Insur
gents Desire Peace With In
dependence Claim They
Can Keep up Gurrilla War
fare Indefinitely and Harass
Americans for a Long Time
Oilier News From Manila.
Mr Aaim'lntril I'rraa lu ttiit Jimrnal
Wasiiimiton, Oct. 2. Dispatch from
General Otis was received this morning,
giving mi nccount of tho meeting with
tho Insurgent envoys. Otis said thu In
terview Indicated that tho leaders were
malum vcrlng solely with a view to se
cure recognition of tho Insurgent govern
ment. All such overtures were rejected and
thb envoys were Informed that thu only
thing tho United Htntes would recoguUo
wiw the whitu flog nnd tho grounding of
arms- lie also Informed thu envoys
that such a capitulation on tho part of
tho insurgents should como quickly In
order tl avoid thu couseiiueucus of mi
HctKc wnr; as United Htates did not In
tjiul to K'nnlt any delay In thu matter.
Tho Filipino envoys who camo to
treat with (Otis In regnnl to peace
broiigut from Aguliuildo a message that
ho wished to send a civilian govern
mental commission to discuss tho ques
tioil. (Juiiund Oils replleil that It was Im
ImikmIIiIo for him to recognlio Aguiuul
do's uoverumeut in that way. Thuy
preseuteil u hitter from Aguinuldo an
"president of the republic, " which was
an apcal for recoguittloii, (Irmtrul
Otis iuforiiUHl him that, while ho was
willing tocorrespoud with Aguiuitldo as
general of thu Insurgent forced, ho must
positively decline to reNrgiiUo him us
president of tho civil government.
"Wodi-slntd ik'uco, but iieacu with in-
deM.-udeucu uud honor," said (lencral
Alejaudrliio. while conversing with a
ruprcAoutalitu of thu Aswlalil Cross,
Mo Imprcshes one as dlgnillel and dis
passionate and a kivp man of tho world.
Ilodesigucd thu remarkable entrenrh
ininta from Manila to Tartar. While
reticent ooucvrnlng his mission, his con
versation thrortsnn liituretting light on
the Filipino view of th Amriiii atti
tude. "How long eon the lllliiliw army
I of a
Will give a FACULTY
2, at U o'clock, at Imp
:.,:;., i Mind
II I V I IVMi
army, mm . - "i-
"It is an Interesting iiumtion what
the cost ft tho American jxople Is if
lualntaluing thu American trips In the
riilllpi'lnes. Wu do not, of oour',
know the amount, mil It mutt Im ox-
rcsslvtt. We Hirfelvewhat an Anmrlfaii
Mlller ro(lllr In this ellmale.
"On the other hand, a Fllllplno exists
with a handful of rico and a pair of linen
trousers. Wo do not Imvo to pay our
soldiers, nnd can practically hold up
their wages as long as wo desire. Kveu
with our present supply of arms nnd
ammunition, wo could keep your army
occupied for years.
" Ith an expense that grows dally.
how long will your people stand it7 Tho
Hllpiun iiooplo do not wish to continue
I lighting. Wo havo tionrmy contractors.
Wo havo no business men making prof
Its from the maintenance of our army,
Thoro Is nothing In it for us, nor aro our
salaries largo enough to keep us lighting
tor inonoy and position."
Discussing tho question of recognition
by tho United States of tho so-called
Filipino government, (lencral Alejan
"Tho freedom of tho American prison
ers who havo Just been turned ovur to
you was decreed by tho lillpino con
gross. Your government has accepted
tliem. It wilt doubtless accept any
others that our government may freo."
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. S.Kverylxxly stood
up riatunlay night In tho Metnxlltiui
ojicrn house when tho big ondiestrn
started J to play "Tho Star Spangled
Hanner." While they were standing
out fof compliment to the nation, they
loohed alMiut trying to locate somo ono
I'lxui whom to shower cheers. No ono
of striking unto was in situ, Up In a
back corner of ono of tho llrst teir of
noxoj uear-Aiimlral rcliloy sat eacc-
nilly. Iiut whh hidden ((ram vluw. Tho
theatre was comfortably filled. Thu
play was "The White fciuiulraii," and
tho receipts are lo go to the Dewey homo
fund, Thu audience sat waiting for l.'i
mliiutcN after tho play was Ixsiked In
ln'gln. There had U'cn no enthusiasm
up to thut time. Thu majority of the
people went dn evening dress, l'eoplu
hxiked for Adintral Dewey idler tho sec
ond act and, Admiral Osborne
walkinl out Udoro tho.curtaln and said:'
"Ihri-e eeks ugo Admiral Ikiwey
said that hu would Ui here, and this
morning ho told ih again hu would be
hero. Hut tonight hu Is fatigued, and Is
now in Ih.i1,"
"What's thu mottor with K-liluy?"
callinl out a volco.
Admiral Osborne tried to go on, but
thu crowd cheered for Hchluy until ho
hnd to cimo forwanl, when the cheering
iK-camu greater than ever. Ho said : "I
am u very sor repn-sentatlvu ef Ail-
inlral iMnny. am hero, llku thu rest
of you, tn-lioiiorAdmlml nfiwisj'mid his
Imnoolllcers and men, (lis) bless them
HIGH ART CANDIES.
BXTUA VANII.A CHOCOI.ATGS
CALIFOKNIA CHUWING CANDY
ELLIS & ZINN'S
Vou who have patronied our special sales In the past
know what we mean when we say "Special Sale.'
Wednesday we will offer for sale 47dozenline luickabuck
towels well worth 20c each, at the special price of
2 FOR 25 CENTS!
Come to us for your
Makes tho food more
rtoprosontotl Oy Promlnont 8ponk-
ors nnd Dolountlons Prom
llr Asaoctntril I'rraa in lha Jnurnnl,
Dallas, Tex., Oct. 2. Two dayx of
iJotuocratio carnival oihjiuhI hero today,
mo event ot tho morning being tho ar
rival of Win. J. llryan. Tho city was
packed with prominent Democrats, rep
resenting forty states, Oklahoma and
Meetings were arranged for morning.
afternoon and evening. Tliera was no
end to enthusiasm and each speaker was
madu to feel that his wonls for tho
Democratic cause had fallen ui-on wil
W. J. llryan arrived nt tho grounds
shortly after lOo'clock and was acconlcd
a great ovation,
Among those who surrounded him on
on the spenker's stand were O. 1', Del
mont, Now York j (low Hayerf, Texas j
Kx-Sonator Heagan and all tho Texas
congressional delegation. Hx-Uovcruor
Stono, of Missouri, was recelvwl with
Chairman (lunleii, Intnxluced Gov.
Htouo and he addnssel the audience.
The next speaker was llovernor Jones,
At the conclusion of Joucs'addrcss tho
crowd went frantic lu their demand for
llryan, who In u short scech said, while
his time (or speaking had not yet ar
rived, ho could not allow the opwr
t unity to cscapo wllhoul extending
thanks for the iiiagulllccut nveptlou.
In teturii he would rcoucsl u Dtmo-
eratle prasldeut for 11)01 to set apart a
day for thu reception of thu Democracy
of Texas at the White House.
CITY HONDO I88UBD.
City Olflcett Duty 1 landing Out the
City Heconlor Judith and .City Treas
urer Molr havo Inhiii busy today nt tli
city ball Issuing the new funding bonds
niul jwdjhig thu money therefor. Over
Half of tlio Issue was called for by sub
scrilwrn, and the balance will be called
for within a few days.
Interest ceased on all outstanding A
per cent warrants today, ami thus thu
Interest on fai,(XX)ls reduced fr f.t,'.MU
annually to fl!,(XM), Mug an annual
saving of fJ.iKX). During tho ten year
IHiriod for which these bond are liable
to run n toUii saving of tiil.WH) will
havo been effected.
Hcstoied to Citlienshlp.
(lovernor (leer today restored to cltl
xeushlp ono I. V. Howlahd, of The
Dalles, who ha made a good ritsird as a
cltlnm slncu serving out a term in tho
slate prison alsmt a yinir ago.
CONDUCT is thrccfourths
of life and an H. Sf t M.
suit is thrccfourths of conduct!
lOMMItKOlAI, 8T.. COS, O'JIIUT
If you want any kind of a suit, why any kind of a store
I.. It.,. .,!,... 4. ir.l it l.rnnr.lll,- ill Iftlllillir V'lllIP k linl TDII
la lilt J'lawt W bl II. ifnuiuiiwv in wivi. ...., v ... ..v, - .. .
fined to the individual purchaser alone. Drop into a store
and ask the difference between I weed ami Cheviot why
some worsteds shine and some don't why goods are spong
ed before made, etc. He can't tell you why. Drop into our
store, we can tell you all about goods because we handle
them in all forms. We know because we study.
AMI! WK TU
Yit AX IxmilOKXT
TMUTII AttOUT TlltSM.
delicious and whefesofM
KWH CO., fcfW TOM.
Tho Ouoy Whloh Ho Was to Havo
Droppod at tho Polo Was
Found nnd Oponod.
II y .Aaaoelntrd I'rraa to the JotiraHit.
Stockholm, Swollen, Oct. 2. Tho
buoy marked "Atidrco Polar Expedition"
which was found Reptcmbur Oth on tho
North coast of King Charles Island was
opened yesterday in tho presence of a
number of experts and member of tho
cabinet. It wna found to bo the so
called north polo buoy which Andre
had arranged to drop If ho succeeded
In pausing the olo.
llr Aaaoolalnl I'rfaa to lht Jnurnnl.
1'abis, Oct. a.Tho Anglo-Vnetelan
commission has concluded ita dullbora
'Ions. Tho awanl will lo read tomorrow
In tho presence of representatives of
Oreat llritain and Venezuela.
Klglitccu Indians wen) rutiudcd up
and pot In the calaboose at North Yak
omit Hundiiy, to wear off various degrees
Per n summer couh,
Or a winter cough j
For a niht cough,
Or a slijrjht cough,
Or a cough which
Oct. '2. Dccembei
i LUSH 7a.
Han Kiuxmsco, Oct, 2, Cash 1,10.
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