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SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY NOVEMJJEK 11 1891).
JJtiurnnl Adortl!ngr y. i
If your Feet had Brains
They would lead you to
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
They appreciate the 5 shoes. Wo give you quality as ft ell as
low pices. There's one lino of Men's Plioos, easy, comfortable
shapes, lace or congress, heavy soles, medium uppers, leather
lined at f 2.35. Just what you need for this weather, gamo shoo
in light sole, cloth lining, 2. They're extra values.
That now Fedora Hat for fl.30 will answer for any occasion.
Other grades from 00c to $'.'.
Underwear for everybody. Ladies' extra hoavy rib vests, 23c.
They're tho best on the coast for the money. Kxtra largo sizes If
you want them. Wo sell nn enormous quantity of yarns. Do
you know-why? Prico has a loud voice. Quality makes some
- noise. A duet between tho two draws the crowd.
; E T. BARNES, Prop.
: Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
Cor. Commercial and Cliemekehi Sts.
$W2lM M$ English Troopships Have Arrived
at Capetown, mm
English Forces Start for the FrontvGuns and Mtn Have Landed
From Cruiser TcrriblcTcndcrs for the War Loan Com
ing in Fast-vOthcr Foreign News of Interest v Russia
Marching on Afehan Frontier The Fight afLadysmith
" Press Censorship.
niohard Crookor Snys Antl-lmpor-
nllsm Will Do the Chlof Plnnk
Contemplate Absorbing Iho Union
Irom Work nt Snn Frnnolsco.
Ilr Aaaoclatnl preaa to the JuurnaL
INkw YonK, Nov. 11. Hlclinrd Crocker
declares that, in his opinion, nnli-lmpur
lallsmwlllbe tho chief plank of tho
Democratic platform in 1U00 and declar.
ation against trusts will bo second in tin- States, says tho combine contemplates
iwimicu mm wio money question iw tho nbsorptlon of tho Union Iron
forced Into tho background I Works of this city.
Ilr Aaanrlnlril I'rtaa lu the Journal.
San KkasoIisco, Nov 11. The cal'
referring to tho statement that a syndi
cate, said to Iw headed bytheBcllgmans,
lropoen to obtain control of tho lead-
lug shipbuilding concerns of the United
Makes tho food more delirious and wfofosom-i
With each pair Ladies y
Shoes at 2.50 or over y
(except contract roods) t
we will give a pair of y
Ladies Rubbers free j y
any make for the y
next 30 days. y
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J. P. RQSBRSJ
M'ClKHimll TO MXKRHWA .1 IUHIKIIH.
Fine Wines, Liquor CigarsI
218 COMMERCIAL STREET,
160 STATE STREET,
:Courtoous trontmont at nil tlmos. Iw UUUKI blKKUI.
rTAOP NOTCH T T
I ' OP I'KltFECTION IV qi'AMTV AMI g
x LOW NOTCll
In honest prices for honest goods. That's our motto, ami
that's the rvason we coll more goals every year. Ion't
fall to see us.
HARRITT St LALURBNOB
OLD POSTOFFICK OKOCKKY,
Or Aaauclntnl Ireaa In the Jnarnnl.
Phbtoiiia, Nov. 11. Tuesday Tho
bomlan!inontand attacK on Kliulmly
started early this morning.
Men Qone to the Front.
Dukius, Nov. 8. Wednesday a lnnw
force of men and guns from tho Cruiser
Terrible, hau started for tho front.
Arrived at Cape Town.
Lnvnov, Nov. 11. Troopships York
shire, I.ismoro Castle and Aurania have
arrived at Capo Town.
Tenders for the War Loan.
IOMiki.vJNov. 11. Tenders forxn.000,
000' in treasury bills, the first Install
ment of tho war fund, were oiicncd Fri
day. The total of applicatlonsamouutod
to nearly 11,000,000.
Marching to Afghan Frontier.
nKui.iv, Jfov. 11. Tho St. Petersburg
correspondent of tho Lokal Anreigor ro
IkmIs tho reHrt that tho Kinchins are
marching tiiwunl tho Afghan frontier.
Tho Wight at Ladysmlth.
NiiwYoitK, Nov. 11. A iHspatcli to
the World from l.iteonrt s.iys:
"Trustworthy Information concerning
the actual state of uffulm at ltdysiuith
comes from two civillians who arrived
today, having ecuied from the besieged
town by evading the llriteli patrols and
stealing through tho llocr llues. They
my that lwth the town and the llritlsh
camp are completely Inveiled, and that
artillery llrlng (luiuk and forth is eou
tinious. Tho lionihanlmeiit is lieavy, but its
effect is reported to bo petty. The Moers
are Blightly superior in Btrengtli, but
the Hritlf.li forces maintain a vigorous
defenw, lighting dully. There wero
three attacks on tho side of tho 1-udy-Hiiilth
last Friday, The accounts pre
viously reclved through native runners
wero greatly exaggerated.
"The main Ilritltli attack was on the
llocr batteries, stationed to the east
ward. Tho llritlsh loss In that action
was ulout l'0 killed or woumlel. It is
supposed that tho Doers suffered far
more. There was fighting nlso In the
direction of Colenso Friday.
The light was a smart attack made by
Colonol llrocklehurst on the Free State
Ilocrs posted near I Jew drop, on tho
southwest Tlig Uritlah drove tho
Iloera b.u-k" tlierfanaBuiiaMed one of
tho guns wlilch JhaJitljeeBiTelllng the
Uritish canniJInt&infoTL in that
light two 0fflrrnli"clg2 soldlera
killed and iO'offlccrs and InufWoundwl.
Active operations continued Katurday.
Qeueral White requested Qeuornl
Jouliert to Mrmlt the women and chil
dren and noucombatant males to with
draw from Ladysmlth in onler to escape
liombardment. f General Joubert re
plied by asking them all to come under
BURBN Si HACDILrOTSJ
HOUSE FURNISHERS. X M
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waiw lowing -Tw ':
Take a look
Our Windows and if
you like jthc goods
walk inside and see
iiis arc m
Fast and our slock is slill well
up on all the different patterns
in the several principal kinds:
In our windows some ol the, , ,cf aqfnCl We
iMti-v hMf foods oi tue khiu duv. wc "utr w "v"
on this maiket, and is just thej g00fjs to people who
lliliilf for useful holiday gif.j lst l00ldnor'
tho protection of his 'guns on Isumhul
wann hill, but bo said he houUK con
sider the men who accepted this offer of
security, having lorne arms, m prison
ere of war.
The mayor of Ladysmlth calloif a mass
meeting of all tho Inhabitants Satur.day
to consider the propositions. The towns
folk retolred to 'accept no terms from
the enemy,' emphasizing that decision
by singing the national anthem wltli, the
spirit characteristic of tho colony."
British Interception of News From
Iomm.v, Nov. It. ItlW it. m, Com
plete silence bus again fallen upon af
fairs In South Africa. The Uritish pub
lic must perforce bo content with the
brief, storeotyed report which tho cen
sor allows to Ulter through from Capo
Town. That this condition of affairs
Is no longer duo to pressure of work or
defective caplus lias Ikhui limply
proved. Tho Kastern Telegraph Com
pany reckon that the real delay in. 7
transmission is altout two days. It la- Ilr AaauHnlrtl rrra lu lUv JnurnMl.
evident, therefore, that the tvusorsliin hivisis, Nov. II. The war olllce ro
Is resNiiiHible for tho delay vtliiuli Kwimd lH1hlfrom un. Duller the follewing:
to befall all the dispatches
Moreover, the Dally Telegraph an
nounces (hat Its "appropriated" disatuh
Irom I.ndsmilh, dated Monduy, wlitch
tho war olllce publisbel on TueNduy.was
not delivered until Friday morning. It
Is iHilicvcd thaothe war ulllcu rvudved
further disp.Uehes lust evening, but
nothing lias been publishetl.
At a banquet, in tho City of Loudon,
yesterday, the Duko of Cambrldgo,
siH-uklug of tho war, said:
"U'o ought never to havoiilloul our
selves to be in tho oRitiou in which the
outbreak of war found us. 1 could cry
over the valuable lives which might have
been spa nil had we lccn lelter pre
pared." It is said that Ocunnil lluller never
expected to IhmcIii the campaign lefore
Christmas, and it now looks us though
this would bo the cam. Certainly, no
artillery can reach Durlxin In-fore No-
vemler II; and without additional guns,
an advance from Kstcourt would Iw im
No doubt, as Lord Salisbury said in a
TRANSPORT AND HOSPITAL SHIP.
A Seattle Man Honored as Commander of
A Seattle Man Ilonoied,
Ilr Aorltd I'rrat lu lllf Junrnal.
8vn riuNiisco, Nov. 11. Captain It.
II. Slruve has Iteen commlssionel to
command tho transort HauciN'k, raid
to he the II neil ship of its kind lu the
world. Captain Strove Is a son of Judge
Struve, of Seattle.
Sails Tomorrow for Manila.
Ilr A.oolld I'rfat. in thm Junrnal.
Sa Fhancisco, Nov. 11. -The hospital
ship Solace will sail tomorrow for Man
ila via Honolulu ami Guam. Sho has
:XX) marines for Guam.
LATEST FROM GEN, BULLER.
More English Officers Killed in a
"CaH)Tuwn 1'rlday. A rcconnnller
lug force from the Orange river hud a
ekirmUh with theeueuly Imluy, cu,sl of
Hai it Casualties In the Northumlwr-
laud fusllcersi Col. Keith, l'uleoner,
klllnli Limits. HevMuiiud Hall wounded.
North Ijinotmhlic n-glment, I.leul. Woul
and to privates woiludul.
Ilr .nrlnlrit I'rraa lu III Junrnal.
I.A CIi'ayiia, Veuemiela, Nov. 11.
rraucls II. IK)inls, United Htuto mlii
liter to Veneuela, has askel Ujo mm
manders of tho foreign cruisers off
Puerto CalH'llo to act together Iii or
der to prevent General Antonio Para
llel, formerly n commander in ex-Miu
inter Andrade's army, who refiiKs to
rit-ognlie tho authority of General
Clpriann Castro, from bombarding
Puerto CaMlo, by bringing moral pres
sure to hear iiikiii him. Tho llritlsh,
Trench, Gorman, Hutch and American
commanders will confer lit Puerto Ca-
U'llo, and w 111 take all proH-rjyfutirc
ment siecch, England will "muddlo! to prevent Tarades from menacing the
through it," and jet another Illustration I lives of innocent jK-rsons. Tho United
of muddling has liecomu apparent in the I States legation will protect the French
fact that gunnery Instructors have only. Klstersof Charity, by sstclul icpwt.
lust arrived at WooU ich arwiml for in
struction in siege train duties. Although
hurried prepArutlons are being made to
prepare the siege trains, the fuct that
tho men areut Devonport and the guns
at Woolwich seems to show that tho
idea of the siege I rain was quite an
MAY NOT BE
Mr- and Mrs. I). A. .IoIiuhiu, of Klick
itat, Wash, who have leen in the
city visiting the family of J. M. Long,
returned this morning.
Ilr AaaorlaUd I'raaa fa In Junrnal.
Wahiiimitwx, Nov. 11. The four sol
tilers (iiie.lwliin Corporal Dauiplniffar,
of Yiiufouvr who wero wnttuioed to
death at Manila now stand an axrellenl
elmnce to ruve their lives. Irregularitl
havu U-uu cll-oovered In tho proceetllngh
of the eourts-martlal, which will re
quite correction in tho llrst Inslaiicii at
Manila, If, Indeed, limy do not Imr the
death wMiUmco entirely.
lr Aaarlalrd I'rrma U Iba JuurnaL
I'ati.mkov, N. J , Nov II llolwrt
spent a comfortable night N malerisl
change In condition.
firlo It lTlnc Ihoutaixlt of vktlmi.
Dr. M1U' Nervine U cuims thounJ
Ilr Aaaot'lalrat I'rraa a Iba Junrnal.
Chicaiio, Nov. It Thli is the anni
versary of tho banging of tho Chicago
Anarchists, and the lutial demonstra
tion are taking place in Wutilhclm Cem
etery at tho graves of tho so-called "nmr
tyrs." A special celebration arranged
by the llouemluu societies of the city
will take plait) tomorrow. This Is the
twelfth iiunlverrary of the hanging of
Oh vest the rain lias como again,
Like winter It does seem,
And most Mqileou Dicmi damp dnv
1'ou't cure lo tint ho cream.
1'or Ladle wo huvo candles nvcel,
And they think It no Joke,
When mini buy sweets of HIIIoA Inn
And get theuirelves asmoke.
BOERS MARCHING ON.
Invading British Territory With Field Guns
Ilr Aaaoclalcd I'rm to h Journal.
Cap Town, Tuesday. It Is reported
that n llocr foreo from f'mllhtlold has
crossed the frontier, at l'ethulo, -1,000
strong with field guns.
Latest advices aru that Hoers had not
entered Allwal north yesterday but the
Itesstekral force of llocrs Is inomonlarlly
tt Is said lh Iloers(liay nlroady
capluml some police ami Others on tho
outskirts of Iho place and that Lieut.
North Is deserted nml defenseles, i
Thorallrttad has boon cut at Vrey
huig. Another llocr force is reported
to !iau matched past Ili(rgher ulorp W
wards Queenstown. E
Contest Uotwonn Dnvo Sullivan and
Ilr ' lnelalcil Prraa la Ilia Junrnal,
Nkw Yiiiik, Nov. 11 Dnvo Hulllvan
and Joe Iternstolu fought a U.Viound
draw last night at the llroadway Ath
lollo Club. Sullivan outfottuht lleru-
Br Aaaoolalrd I'rraa la bc Jsnmnt.
Sas Kbascisco, Nov. 11. Tho Even
lug Tost last night stated that a synili
ci.tn of American, Kngllsh and German
l-ankcni have about jwrfectejl arramB
mentH with the government of Guate
mala lo advance lo that country 15,'
iwu.UW) lor tho nuriMMo of rel or Us It o"J
stein, no iei, forced and landed, while Iw debts and placing the country oh
tho other man blocked nml remained on
the dcienslvo during the majority of tho
I-eft J.ihsfrom lkrnsleln cut and bletl
Hulllvan early lu Iheflghl. At the end
of the olgth round, rlnlllvau's face was
covered ' with blood. Hls.uomi and
mouth wero bleeding, and each time;
llernstoln's left Jiand rvaclittl his face,
the glovo wos Htnearrtlvvlth blood and
tho Irish lads'a countenance vvas most
Havu Hnt his right ami left to the
body, and kept ltcninlcin uueHsinu with
rsglit and left swings to the head. In
the inih round llernstuln's left did
some wonderful work. vlsltlm
Dave's face and Ix.ly frequently,
the Irishman returning with hard
lefts, which lanital in tho stomach and
over tho heart. Up to tho Dili round
tho fight was fairly even, but In this
round ItcruMcn sunt his right over to
the mark and Have went to Ids corner
IUvu canto out strong in Ihu'.Mth,
however, and forced the lighting with
renown I energy. Ho drove lterusloln
all over the ring with it left to the head
mid a right and nleft mi Ihu wind, to
which llernsleln countered feebly. This
lasted until the gong itlused the contest
at the end of Iho 'Jilli round.
Ilr Aaauemlrd I'rraa In Iba Journal
MiavKiit, Kan , Nov. 11. Tho safe
and olllce furniture of the Molvern bunk
were ilcinolUhcd by an explonlon of
dynamite touched off lust night by
nibbets, who then looted the place.
iMtnirlng ftXX) lu money and several
thousand dollar In notes mid check
Thoy etoajHtl, leaving no clew.
Ilrni linauclal basis. Under tlw termi
of the agreement the money will be
loaned for a term of 1?5 or GO years, and
will draw Interest at 1 per cent. In ad-
dltioii the syndicate will Im allowed to
control a certain percentage of tho ens
toms rnelpts of tho dlffentut ports
iay spinj iyfiif f yf
Ysr Ifsir &m ?
f!rr hair U itarroil hlr. Tt
kau- balha hart btaa dpriri ot
promr tool or proper arrr fore.
Increiuoa tka elrcautlug la thsKslp,
eItm msm power to th ctrres,
uppIlM raiding 1sisdU to tho hair
IuIIm. Ued according to directions.
gray lulr lgiaa to show lu orlglaat
color Id a fw lUyvi, tnd soon it ka i
all U tot toes anJ rUaaras or rout.
1.00 a bottle. At ill draggl-U.
II jo da fat BkUla all Iba WnaMa
TuirtiM frviu lb tt, mua Iba
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OuiCAfio, Nov. 11. Pecambet 713m
Han ruAXCiico, Nov. II, Cath 1.0 lf
39c a pair,
Won h SO..
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