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0 A PIT A T , JOTTttM A T: . ;. r W-Ll VOL., 8. SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1896. NO, T "-STrsswgw?" THE MJM' i i 'ii. i .I i . I I I r--.. . . A LMNG I OUR, utisur- olTers a line line of the best grades of clothing at very low prices. Chllds knee pants suit? from 31.25 to $3.15. Youths' three part suits ut $2.75 to $3.05 giving excellent quality for the prices. Mens' suits from $3 75 up to a line lay. all wool, worsted suit In sack or frock. We will niw you money on clothing. Our line or "Starotar" boots and shoes Is p.iseu in qua i icy. arm an mim at low prices. The line of childrens' underwear is complete, also for men and women, all are sold at the lowest rate of profit from low price to butter quality. We have oil and duck coats, bllckers, rubber coats and mackintoshes at low prices. Our stock of hosiery, notions, German knitting, Span ish and Saxony yarn, Is offered at close prices. We give bargains in all line?, saying you 15 to 25 per cent. Call und see Mr, Bryan will Make Another Tour, LECTURE IN QREGON. Atlanta Georgia Will be His First Stop, E.T.BARNES, PROPRIETOR. 6 MM U 6! That Is going on atour store, Is the chance for you to jsave money If you need anything in our line, dry oods, clothing, hats, shoes, trunks, valises, furnish ing goods, etc., etc. We are having a heavy run on those chllds' "bi metallic" suits, ranging in price from $1.50 to $4.00. Then there Is the "golf combination" suit, that is the wonder of the times, 1 coat, 1 cap, 2 pairs pants, 1 tie, 1 pair suspenders and an extra set of buttons. They range in price from $3.50 to $5.00. Ages from 3 years to 10 years, and all under the knife. Ask to see our prizes, which you get free of charge. E. F. NEFF- "The Boys' Outfitter" 297 Commercial St , - - Salem, Or, Doifi Be Deceived into buying anything in the way of LOTH NO until you have seen our line and got our prices We know where ol we speak when we say that Our $10 Black Clay Worsted is the cheapest suit ever offered in the city, A new line of over coats and hats just arrived and are offering them at prices that defy competition, Remember the place 6. w. jofinsoir& son Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 18.-It has been definitely arranged that W. J. Bryan Is to take the lecture platform and hit first address will be delivered atAtlauta, Ga., early in December. Ills route, as far as It has at present been arranged, will be, after leaving Atlanta, Jacksonville, Savannah, Charleston, Augusta, Birmingham aud New Orleans. After leaving the latter city Bryan will go through Texas, then on to California and Ore gon and will not reach the cities of the East until the latter part or Feb ruary, 1897. The man behind the enterprise la V. E. McBee, of Norfolk, Va., super intendent of the Seaboard Air Line. On election night McBee, who had bsen a hard worker for the Bryan ticket, Wired to this city offering Bryan a very largo amount for a serlea of lectures In case the elect jon should turn against him. No attention was paid to the matter at that time by Bryan, but after the defeat of the Democratic ticket had beeu formally acknowledged by the Democratic leaders, McBee once more renewed his offers, negotiations were begun and the result has been that Bryan has signed contracts for a benesof lectures' under the management of Alexander Comstock, who Is a representative and associate of McBee in the enter prise. The terms of the agreement from a financial standpoint, have not been made known, but Is reliably un derstood that the remuneration which Bryan Is to receive will exceed the salary he would have received as presi dent of the United States in thp event of his electon. Arrangements are under way to have the delivery of Bryan's first lecture In Atlanta made the occasion of a great demonstration, which will be In tlio nature of a monster reception. The lectures to betdellvered by Bryan will be non partisan in their character and will, for the most part, be upon govern mental and social topics, as It Is ex pressly stipulated in the contract that the tour shall have no political aspect or coloring. MRED AT A WINDOW. A Method to Secure the Removal of a Bryan Picture. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 18. The people, Of West Indianapolis, a sub urb of this city, have been frenzied with excitement ever since t lie elec tion, and jollifying has continued day and nlirlit,. .' Last weckome young men seized a four pound 'cannon, which they dragged into .Democratic neighbor hoods, and fired salutes. At the residence of George Losh they found a .Bryan picture still dis played. In the window, and the daughter of Mr. Losh was orddred to remove It under a threat that It would be shotiiway. The young girl dared them to shoot, whereupon the canon was placed on tho sidewalk loaded with blank cart ridges and fired point blank at the window, tearing Bash, glas3 and pic ture into innumerable fragments. Mrs. Losh was lying sick all tho time and a child was sick with scar let fever, and both are now In a seri ous condition "owing to nervous pros tration. Mr. Losh caused the arrest of four of the principals, whogayo bonds. RAGING A BATTLE IS Rival Armies Meet in Deadly Conflict. THE CUBAN ADVANTAGE. r Insurgent Chief Confident of the Outcome. HIGH WATER AND PURITY. NEW York,' Nov. 18. The annual banquet of the Chamber OU 120 STATE STREET. Foul Play Keared. A dispatch from Kalama says that on the 12th Inst., Dr. F. I. Ball, a den tist of Portland, registered at the Ka lama hotel and gave notice that he would do dental work here Friday and Saturday. Friday he was about town. At 4130 p. iii., he bought a ticket for Goble and went over on the local freight. The agent at Goble says that he sold him a ticket for Kalama, and supposed he came back hero on No. 2. that arrived at 0:45 p. ui. No one can bo found that has seen the doctor since. About 0 o'clock Friday night the operator on tbe Northern Pacific wharf found a mackintosh and urn- There Was Rejoicing. 123tl of Commerce of the state of New York, was held at De'ltuonlco's and was tho most notable gathering ever held by that organization. Considering, In view of the outcome or the national election, it mlgnfc bo Justly called a. commercial glorification by tho 4"0O members and 300 guests svlio attended cue dinuer. Many of the speeches were distinctly of a congratulatory character and those who led tho fight against free coinage were given un stinted praise, while every mention of their names was greeted with ap plause. '' I President? Cleveland- and Governor Morton were Unable to attend the banquet, but they wrote letters which when read were received with wild cheering. President Cleveland said: "Recent events may well cause those who represent tho business In terests to rejoice at their escape from threatening peril. While they have abundant reason for rejoicing and can show with greatest satisfaction the support they have given tho cause of sound money In the contest lately waged against It, I earnestly hops that In this time of congratulation it will be remembered that constant ylgilance and continued effort arc re quired to even maintain present con ditions, and that absolute safety will be secured when our financial system is protected by affirmative and thor ough reforms." The Floods. Tocoma, Nov. 18. Cooler weather Is rapidly subduing the floods. Tho Cowlitz rlverfell three and a half feet at Olequa, where 1,000 feet of filed trestle had been washed out. Other streams aro falling the same way. The Northern Pacific will get Its line open tomorrow, the only break existing being at Olequa abd the loss of the Natchez river bridge at Yakima. The through t train service will prob ably be resumed by starting train No. 2 out of Portland tomorrow at 5 p. m. The first train 60uth will leave hero some time Thursday. Trains aro going east from here on time, a trans fer being made at Yakima. The false work at White river the Seattle branch, went Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 18 Ci pher dispatches Just received report a fierce battle In proggrcss In Plnar del Rto. It Is believed that Macco and Wcyler have met. Reports of firearms have beeu heard for several hours. The Insurgent forces aro well lo cated In tho hills, and aro pouring a hot fire Into the Spanish troops,wblch are repeatedly driven back In their at tempts to capture tho Cuban strong hold. The Insurgents hayo the ad vantage of position, being at a great elevation, but Mip, Spaniards aro mak ing a most desperto attack. From a distance It looks as if several towns are In flames. Wcyler Defeated. Havana, Nov. 18. No news, official or otherwise, obtainable here concern ing tho movements of General Wcy- Jer mq hs ftrmy, supposed to bo pur suing the Insurgent forces under Maceo In tho province of Plnar del Rio. No news from the Spanish forces In the field as a rule means bad news, and tliq Ipsurgcpts aro clrculatsng roports of Spanish defeats. In truth, there seems ground for the belief that the captain-general has not met with tho success ho anticipated. While he is reported as moving along the north' crn part of Plnar del lllo. This, however, Is conjecture, no news being allowed to leak out from the offices of the headquarters of tho staff In the palace. A Letter From Maceo. New York, Nov. 18. Senator Tohmas Estrada Palma, the Cuban delegate, has received a letter from General Antonio Macco under dato of November 7; ('Von rmert have no uneaslnci'iibnut me," says Macco In his letter. Even the enso that Weylor could direct aganst us such an enormous army that I could not meet It in tho field in open battle, as I have dono with success now, I will return to guerilla warfare, and dividing my troops Into small bodies of 50 men each I will glvo hard work to even 200,000 sol diers. While Wcyler was preparing his trocha 1 was making mine also." Macco describes immediately after these words what ho means by his trocha. It is a narrow pussa Matters Given Attention by the Salem City Council. s. The city council met last evening with Mayor Gatch In tho chair and a quorum present. HILLS PAID Salem Con. St. Ry Co.(llghts).,$449 50 Salem Gns Co. (F. D.) 21 25 wims uros ., CO J. w. veatcn 2 75 Gray Bros 33 65 Goodalo lumber Co 17 05 White & G llmcro (F. D.) 1 00 W. C. Mitchell... ' 2 m Stelncr Drug Co 1 40 A. II. Forstner 3 75 Knox & Murphy 151 GO E.S. Lamport 7 80 urewster & White 10 70 L. 11. Murphy 15 75 Brown&Smlth 8 15 n. t. licntlcy 3 00 Harry Hntton 15 75 Journal ,. i 63 G.W.Gray 40 00 Salem T. & D. Co 8 00 Salem Water Co 110 48 II. McKlllon 45 er. E.Gobalct 7 50 W.W.Martin..... l oo James K. Scars 12 05 W. F. Boothby 24 00 Liquor licenses were granted to Kllnger & Beck, Wm. Ilaack nnd Butte & Wenderoth. J. B. Nye also applied for a llccnso to conduct a bar at Hotel Wlllamotto. Severe complaints having como from residents near tho dam In North Mill creek tho street committee and com missioners were Instructed to de termine what would bo necessary for relief) and report next Tuesday even ing at an adjourned session. The Court street sower Is again making the pcoplo trouble from back water at tho residences below tho stato house, and tho proper persons wcro glvon power to render such re lief as was expedient., Tho poll Hon, from property owners along the Hue of Cottage street, from Chemekctu to Unlon,for tho establish ment of tho legal grade or that thor oughfare was granted and tho com raltteo Instructed to take lmmcdiato action. II. J. Bigger presented a claim Tor $25.75 for damage to a horso and buggy, caused by a defective crossing. Referred. Bozorth Bros petitioned to have cer tain window blinds for which they aro agents, ordered Into tho city hall. Re ferred. "Purity" and "curfew" ordinances printed cisowrjoro were duly con sidered. A CURFEWbRDlNAricK. Laws co through the mountains, and tho only way, In fact, to reach tho strong posi tion where the Cubans have their sup- brella at the lower end of the slip. Tim mrtlcles were Identified as be-'Mdee on "- . .. . . A.. 1 I i I I. Close watch has out "" " k J""18 " "rea"' 1 About to days will be repuircd to re new the false work which Is used while the new Iron bridge Is being put longing to Dr. Ball been kept along the river bank, but nothing f urtner has been discovered. His dental tools and grip are In his room at the hotel. I In. The Seattle trains will then as usual. run Men Drowned. North Yakima, Nov. 18. Martin Felldstead and William Davidson were drowned In the Yakima river during the recent flood while attempt ing to save two companions. The WEATnEn.-r-A warm chlnook ifollowed tho snow storm of Monday jilglif. Forcast for Thursday is rain and warmer. Thankbchno NiaiiT, The Fin de jSelcld Dramatic Company, of this city, will make their Inltsal appear ance Jn tho Queen of Society comedy "Senorlta." Much has been said aboatthe aristocracy of Wall street. In this play you will see the original articles in original packages. piles of amunltlon, and tho factories ior (maKing powaer ana carinugcs. The Spanish troops, Maceo says confi dently, cannot get to the Cuban stronghold. The passage admits only one man at a time In front, and be sides that. In tho space of half a Spanish league the Cubans liavo built 400 trenches and sown them with dyn amite bombs. If Weyler could force the passage, Meceo sayB. ho would only meet destrnction half way. In the same letter General Maceo gives news that ho has captured four cannon and a great quantity of amu nltlon In the last engagements with the Snanlsh troons and especially against, tho corps of Mclgulzo. "I had to store amunltlon," he says, "for I captured more than I needed " With regard to provisions he says that ho Is well supplied, notwith standing the fact that the province of Plnar del Rio Is not so well provided with cattle as the otner parts of the Inland. But the inactivity of the Spaniards for long months, while they expected to meet Maceo on the lino of the trocha, from Marlcl to Ma Jana, gave tlmo to enablo tho Cuban general to victual and fortify his army For Burularv. Al, Johmson,allas John Ross, an cx-convlct, was ar raigned before Recorder Edesthn morning charged with burglary. Ho waived examination and wus bound over to await the action of the grand Jury next February, It seems Mon day he entered some of the outbuild ings at tho reform school and when ho left the premises two blankets dis appeared also. Chief of Police Dllley quickly ferreted out the guilty party. f I Ron flin wnnrlnrftil illsnlnv nf TTfilnz's Always Ready. Bicycle roeswn-' Baked Beans at Sonneman'a Krocery, era. Hingiciepnoneiuurjuiue uuxes. j i. omvcowi:. i THE WHEAT MARKET. Advance Over Two Cents In Chicago Today. Salem, Nov. 18. Tho course of tho market continues upward und tho further advance today seems Ifully Justified by the demand for cash wheat. Foreign advices also wire favorable, somo of tho strength In European markets being duo to tho apprehen sion as to tho Argentine crop. Lib eral buying of tho deferred dcllverlen for foreign account, .Indicates a confi dence In tho future of prices, which" has not existed for several years. Tho advanco originated in Europe, andf wus based on the knowledge of crop conditions Bin India and Australia, which 'subsequent reports havo con firmed to bo previously short. CHICAGO MARKET. CniOAao. Nov. 18. Opened at 0:30 at 70 to 701. Closed at 781. Curb at 2 p. m.; 781. Highest paid, 781. Cash 781. Liverpool advanced 1 cent. saiera Purity Alliance Demands to Protect Youth. At the regular council meeting last evening a committee of tho Ladles Purity Alliance, composed of Mes dames J. M. Martin, A. H. Farrnr and W. II. Cook, appeared with a draft of a "purity" ordinance. mi nsked Its enactment. It is as follsWs: "Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any minor under the ago of 17 years to go Into, or visit under any pretext whatever, any house of prostitution, pr bawdy house, or any room or place Inhabited or frequented by any pros tltiitc, or used for purposes of prostK tution, or to visit, loiter In or around nny cigar Btore, billiard hall, gam bling house, brewery or drinking sa loon. Sec. 2. Anv minor undnr Mm nm nt 17 years violating any of tho pro visions of this act, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fin, not exceeding 850 and tho costs of tho action; and In all cases where such minor shall fall to pay any fine Im posed upon him under tho provisions of this section ho shall bo imprisoned one day for overy $2 of such fine." A "curfew" amendment to ordi nance No, 203, was also presented, as follows: "Section 42. That nn iwrsnn nrW tho ago of 17 years shall bo permitted to go upon or wander about the streets, alleys or public parks of tlve city after o'clock at night durlnr tho month8,of September, October, November, December, January, aad February, or uftcrtho hour or 6oclock at night during tho remainder or each year unless such persons, shall have tho permission In writing of his or iter parents or guardian, or shall bo ac companied by such parent or guar dln, und It Is hereby made the duty of tho city marshal to warn all mich nnr. sons by causing tho city flro bell to be rung at uiieon minutes to 8 o'clock at night during tho months o' Septem ber. October. November. TWjmhnr. January and February, und at fifteen minutes ui uo'cioik atniguc each and overy night during tho remainder of the year and all persons who shall violate tho provisions of this section shall po doomed guilty of n misde meanor and, upon conviction thereof before ths city recorder shall bo pun ished for tho first otlenso by a publlo reprimand, to bo administered by tho recordor; and for each succeeding ollcnso by a fine of not less than $5 nor more than J50, and costs of tho action: and In all cases where such persons shall rail to pay any fine Imposed upon him under tho provis ions of this section he shall bo Impris oned ono day for every $2 of such fine. The ordinance and amendment were submitted to tho council and duly read tho first and second time, when thoy wore duly referred. Will Postively Appear. Those who ha70 looked forward with great plcasuro to enjoying tho Schubert concert will bo gratified to learn that In spite of floods and washouts the Company will positively appear at Reed's Opora House this Wednesday evening as advertised. The Trainb. South bound Roso burg mall duo in Salem at 11 a, m, did not reach hero till 1:15 p. ra. to day. Tho 2:20 arrived shortly after schedule tlmo. Tho overland will leave Portland tonight over the O. P. road. City Warrants. Notice Is hereby given that I hayo In hand funds applicable to tho pay ment of all warrants of city of Sa lem drawn on tho general fund and endorsed before December 5, 1805. In terest will cease on said wurrants from dato of this notice. E. J. SwAri'ORD, City Treasurer. Salem, November 12, 1800. 11-12-lOt THEY PUBH THE JOURNAL. That is what its friends are doing. It has tho loyal support of thousands of tho most 'j unselfish , and, most intelligent and patriotic . pcpplo in Oregon. ' . They aro pushing the Daily and Weekly as nover before. During the session of -tho legislature Ths Jour nal will be found In the front fight ing the battles of tho people. , Read tho prospectus of Tub Jour nal printed clsowhoro and let us,hcar from you. W& want correspondent? and workersln overy precinct .who willliclp'clrculato a paper that stands upforgood county and state adminls tratlon. State or Ohio, City gj Toledo, I Lucas County ( Frank J. Cheney make oath that fee U the senior partner of the Cnn of F.'J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and itate aforesaid, and that ald Arm will pay the turn of ONE HUNDRED DOL. LARS for each and every cate of Cataeeii that cannot be cured by ,tbe use of Hall's Catarrh Cuek. Sworn to befor mo and J subscribed la roy presence, this 6tbjday 'of December, A. D. 1896. , , A. W. Gleason. i SeaLf Notary Public, Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cueney& Co., Toledo, O, PTSold by Drugelsts, Tho Pendleton Packing. Company is Tho now coin toes are tho latest in advertising for hoes at 3 cent per shoes. Kruusso Bros, havo them. . gross. Such an institution would bo lM3-tf a great benefit to Salem. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. a. Gov't Report Rojyaisi? ABSOLUTELY UNUHE w . i i " V "