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u v .yf5 voii. x 9 SALEM, OREGON TIIUBSDATP AUGUST 31 1899. NO 205 Salem woolen Mills war HGne Made Goods. Specials: A very select line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits ol our own goods made up in New York. Get one for YOUR DOYl All sizes of Boy's Black Hose, tne very best to be had: Aw tor them. lis Looked for By the Boers. assortment of Keguiar sizes, The rgest Men's Pants: extra sizes and extra longs. No matter what size von mil for we have them. A special drive on them. Hostilities Can Scarcely Be Averted. lhz finest line of Crash Huts lor Aien and Boys to be found, in Patterns and Styles. The Matabeles arc Becoming Impatient and Restless. client by Wnvno MacVengh, of Pennsyl vania. The bHef la addressed to Attor ney Goncrnl Griggs, who is expected to interview it and present hta opinion of the case to the president. The briof plnrosdho convicted man on a pcdostul with Droyfua, Mr. MncVengh arguing that there is thbicloscat analogy in the oases of tho two men. The at torney also dovotcs n considerable pro portion of his 38.000 wonls to attackimr members of the court-martial. Mr. MncVengh declares that his client lins not asked and will not nak for "mercy" from the president. It is not a pardon which hols demanding, bnt n fnir trial and tho "ordorly and natural roforonco of tho enso would bo to tho attorney-general, tho appointed law ad visor of tho president." where it Imr boon taken. Under tho circumstances, however, tho lawyer comes forward, with another proposition to subject the whole case to the review of a civil coiirt. THAI Continues Behind the Doors. WQOUEtl M ST0R1E, Wflif WIN VQ raMfSBwy ""J Entire Pall 11UJJ Immense stock now in and daily arriving' All the new late toes, Will be sold at cut prices through the and WiDt?r. KRAU88B RROS 275 Commercial St. Salem, Oregon. FREE SHINE ON STILL ON. Our Clearance 'Sale irSI On! Indeed in the matter of low prices for Shoes it will be ever on. Our full stock of E U AND 1 1 D Are daily arriving and will be put on our shelves the first of the coming month, and sold at figures close to the bone. Good 1 lop Picking Shoes for next to nothing. SALEM SHOE STORE R. H. Leabo, AVanager. 88 Stnto St. Ladd & HHi Bank IHJg. II Aimclntcil l'rci to (lie JonrnnL London, Aug. 31. Tho Pretoria cor respondent of tho Morning Post says: Hie Boer olllclals, after rending tho cabled reports of Mr. Chnmberlain'jfllir- ininglinm speech, consider thnt war is" inevitable. Tho speech hns undoubt edly inflamed tho war spirit horo. The Boors are now nlj armed, except those in Johannesburg. Their commlsiariat is fairly good. All tho forts nro amply victualed. President Kruger does not hesitate to express tho view that war is almost inevitable. Ho has stocked tho presidency with ample supplies of pro visions to secure his own person from privation, and he is often heard repeat ing the eighty-third psHm. flic Matabelese are showing signs of unrest. Tho lloers nro energetically en- gaped In poisoning tho minds of the natives against tho British, and they have approached tho Zulu chief Dim zulu, who appears undecided which cnubo to espouse. But tho Zulus urn prepared for the expected lighting, and it must be remembered that Diuzulu was deported to St Helena with several other chiefs and kept a prisoner there by tho British foLcovorul years. Ohio Ticket.' Ur Aknoclnteil I'reaa to the Journal. ZANR8VIM.K. Ohio. Autf. 111. Govern or John It. Mellon, of Hamilton. Lloutonnnt-Uovornor A. W. Patrick, of Tuscarwa8. Supremo Judge DoWltt C. Badger, of Mndlson. Attornoy-Uen-ernl J. . Dorc, of Seneca. Auditor Oeorgo W. Sigafoos, of Darke. Treas urerJames L. Gorman, of Lawrence. Member of tho Board of Public Works Fletcher 1). Marliu, of Lakp. HAS RESIGNED Major ForsenettI Thinks Dreyfus Innocent. Other Foreign News Items of Interest. Royal Baking Powder sAbsoluiekv 'Pure Mokes tho food more delicious and wholesome OTt UMMaMlwptH CO., m YWW. EMPLOYERS ASSOCIATION. THE TRANSVAAL. His Con- Wilson, Kruger's Cabinet beyond trol. Siuttm:, Aug. .11. Dnvld L, who claims to be an agent of the British government and to have iniortaiit iKipors for tho homo olllce, has arrived here euronte to London from tho Trans wild. Mr. Wilson suj'H he hns no doubt that there will lie a war. "1 have been three years in tho Transvanl, nud know the lenders of tho Boer government well. President Kru ger does not want war. He 1h now an old nud infirm man. Ah such ho has not the control of the cabinet that ho had mice. Cabinet is composed of young blood, who want independence nud who, 1 may say, will never give up until they have either attained it or been wiied out of existence by tho English forces. This is why I say there will bo war. " Tho story sent out thnt General Jou bort hns lound that tho reserve shells in tho Pretoria forts tiro ineffective Is prob ably true. A partial knowledge of this fact has beon known for some time in British military circles. There will bo no trouble in replacing the ammunition, however. "General Joulwrt, I know personally, is opposed to war. lie will lead the Boer forces when war comes. Ho is a tighter, n man of courage, ami will sim I ilv boa wicrlflcoto hisambition. When the blow is struck it will bo a fatal one in the Transvaal. The British have for months beou mussing troops, and are practically ready at this time, if neces sity demanded immediate action." Sir. Wilson takes issuo with the sng geotion thnt Hon. Joseph Chinnberlin is in any way rosH)iisiiie tor mo irouiuu. Similar Case to Dreyfus, Ciiicaoo, Aug. 31. Frank P. Blair, counsel for Captain 0. M. Carter, of tho United States engineer crops in tho court-martial willed convicted that of ficer of robbing tho government and sentenced him to dinmiwul from the arinv, to a term of five yours in the penitentiary, and to iy a lino of f 10,000 has received a brief prepared for Ills A Provisional Governmeiir Will Bo Formed. i All Business at a Standst!ll,An Election win soon uccyir, n- Annovlntetl Prei to'tlie Junrnnl Santo Domixmo, Aug. 31. President Figuero hns resigned. Tho ministers will continuo nt tho head of tho various departments until a provisional govern ment is formed, after which elections for prcsldentand vice-president will occur. Tho city is quiet but business Is nt a standstill. Juan Isidro Jlmeneas hns arrived at Bandies. Has Abdicated. Cai'K Haytiiin, Aug. .31. News re ceived hero confirms tho roort that President Figuero, of tho Dominican republic, has abdicated? it is said in favor of Jimenes. ANOTHER NATIONAL PARK. Famous Petrified Forests jof Arizona May Be Sit Aside, Ciiicaoo, Aug. 31. Dr. Lester, F. Ward, of the I'nlted States geological survey, is in tho city tin his way to Ari zona to secure for tho -commissioner-geuernl of the general laud ofllcu an opinion on the advisability of thusettiug nside of tho famous po trilled forests in that stale us a national park4, , TROOPS LANDING. Furniture Carpels uren -- HOUSE FURNISHERS Ha HON HERS x I 1 Picture Molding Wall Paper Idaho, North Dakota and Wy oming Boys at Presidio. Ur Aaiiorlnteil I'rma to flip Jiiurunl San FitANciHco, Aug. 31. This morn ing the ofllcers and men of tho Idaho, First North Dakota nnd First Wyoming regiments of volunteer Infantry and a battalion of tho Wyoming light artil lery, who arrived from Manila disem barked from the transport Grant and marched in triumphant prouesslou through the city to tho Presidio whore they will remain in camp until mustered out of the service. Have you seen our North Window? Some lovely parlor piecesare there dis played, but merely a sample of what we carry on the sec ond floor. Our up holstery depart ment is overflow ing with bargains as we are having, a reduction sale in that particular line. Dewey Left For Gibraltar. V11.1.K. Frnncho, Aug. 31. Cruiser Olympln with Admiral Dewey on board suited for Gibraltar this afternoon. Archie Irvine is homo from Xcwxrt. Dr. and Mrs. 8. It. Jesstip returned this afternoon from Yiuiiiua bay. SaBSEBaBSESBBBEBESBOaBB WANTED. Teams to haul lumber from saw mill to Scio. None lint good outfits need apply. For further par ticulars call or auuresH Hanson I-undoii, Salem. 8 31 tf Ilr Aooclntcri l're to the Journal. Bbnnes, Aug. 31. Tho Droyfua court- mnrtial met behind closed doors this morning nnd disciused tho secret docu ments relating to tho .artillery subjects mentioned in tho bordereau. Tho llrst witness called after tho public session began was Captain Lebran-ltcnauU.who reiterated his testimony given Iwfore tho court of cassation, ' repeating the terms of the alleged confession of Drey fus. Dreyfus, replying to tho witness, pre tested that 1-ebrun-lteiuuilt. should hunt repeated to his chiefs the utterances which began with a protestation of Inno cence, without nsklng him to explain his wonls. "Those nro inunouvers" cried the.prisoner "which must 1111 all honest men with Indignation. " Major Forsenttl, who was governor of Chercho Midi prison during the tlino Dreyfus was imprisoned there, was then called. He declared thnt on visit ing General Do Boesdeffro to express fears about tho health of tho prisoner the general iiskod his opinion of DroyfUH cut "Hail you Fifty Prominent Firms Join a to Defeat Union, Ilr Amioclreteil Treat, to the Compact SroKANK, Aug. 31. An employer yoi lid and the major repli inn mai question to mo l won kept my counsel, but slnco vou asked my opinion, 1 declare that liovo he is innocent. not have have I 1)0- Centiat American War. Nkw Omlkanh, Aug. 31. On tho au thority of an American Just returned hero from Nicaragua, where ho haH lived for tho past seven years, it is stated that there recently took place 11 secret conference between President Zelaya of Nicaragua, and President Terencia Sierra, of Honduras, tho pur ine of which was to effect an offensive alliance between those countries for nn invasion of Costa Iticu. The conference. took place nt Amapnla, Honduras' tho Journal, ers iif soeiatlon representing from $ ,000,000 to u,uuu,uuu iociu capital nas been or ganized in Spokano to resist any de mand of organUed labor in tho city which its members may regard as un just. Tho lumbor mills, brewerios, Hour mills, street-car enmnixnw oloelrln light company, gas company, water power company, factories, contractors, merchants and moneyed men aro all nnmed as represented In tho associ ation, which is said to number over r0 of the most prominent companies and business men in Spokane. DMVM CHINESE EXCLUSION LAW 1 1 j 5 , Insurgents to Mountains. Punishing Ainbushers. tne the The Charleston Lands Marines to Pro tect Cebn. If Enforced Will Exclude Mongolians. Dewey's. Ilr AaoolntPit l'rni t tint Journal, Manila, Aug. 31. DIspatchcH from . v enu announce tnai American troops , under Col. Bnvless, with two field pieces They WHIIProbablylBe Allowed to Land, I01! Mdy Wld Into the hills against I II 1 HI 111 I 111 lltltlVitU Willi fiumtlthr imliitultiul ,. in iwj nun iivuiivij iiirimiiii tne lour American souuers nun wiio linil as They Fought With Dewey. Or Auw:Jel Preia to thp tfonrnnl. ig. ill. bpecial to tho sliiugtnn says: Under Nkw Yoiik. Au Herald from Was tuo Uutucso oxelttsion law, some mem bers of the crow of the Olympln, who horved with such credit in the battle of Manila bay aa to win special commen dation from Admiral Dewey, may not bo allowed to sot foot on shore, when the llagshli) roaohoR New York. The law Is mandatory uxin olllclals of the treasury department nud It will be tho duty of tho collector of customs to prevent tho Chinese mounters 01 the Olyinplu's crew from lenvlng he ship, Olymplu's crew from lenvlng while in Now York harlwr. It is not probable, however, that any action would bo taken by the treasury olllclals, should tho Chlnnineii be allow ed on laud, 011 tho supjiOHltlsu that they urn liwriilK iniltllml tn ritNlilii In llm chief K'nisirton the Pacific side, and it I lnteil States, having faughtso herolc isstnted thnt war lietween the a lies ,.lli rn llm hIiii-m uml hItIiwm. ...! Pnnlii lff..a. ! I..i..k..l if. ......... Kl.. ' " nun viinia itirii in uuilllll miuiliu, illl aragua is intent ujkiu regaining from Costa Ilicn the province of Guanacaste, on tho Ismudary Isjtween Costa Hlca Justice Court. A young man named Kldolmau was and Nicaragua, and which Is udiiieent 1 ""'"K'l1 lcioro .lustlco Johnson hum, to the nronosed route of tho Nlcurauua! iiinrs.iny.aiteriiiMinonaeiinrgoo iniceiiy canal. This province formerly belonged ' l'n,'"rr.?.1 'K A,.rH: .J'.'ll.u "llitn, 01 to Nicaragua, but waR wrested from' ' ' '" 'K"U5 '". wno no n,. i,.i,..r ..,,11 in. i., ti... inui ut,.i..i.. cures him of taklmr away some ting- with Costa Itica. It Is likewise stated :H"Ki "iMm wlilch she hud a boarding ilmt i.'tnnnn 1,, iml.i imu lu.m, ui,imu.,i house loins but upon motion of Prose- to Hamburg, and that tho futhor-ln-law ! l!"thlK Attorney Haydon of Presidout Zelaya is now in Belgium tuo purpose 01 uuyiug tho case was for tho purpose of buvlnir up arms for tho allied forces; also that tlii.OOii In Ammunition Released. gold has beon shimied to Zolaya's J i,i,Knzo, Aug. 31. Instructions have ugoiiiHiii now lurx mr uie mime pur- u.u,, received from LIsImiii to ruleaso lK)a0- lthe couslunmuiits of ammiiiiltluu for TruiiHvaal. An aihlltlonul large the Mrs. 8. h. Ilayos and children, of am.,r.r.t of aniinunitlon arrived today on Moro, aro guests of Mrs. A. J. Basey. u,0 t0aumr Gorman. Thedrapingsareof the latest designs and colorings. 'I he wall decorations were hung by our own workmen from paper and moldings carried by us. We are particularly well stocked in all that is up-to-date in picture molding and our prices can not be duplicated. Among Our Chairs WiTrVrTTPflP S8ff You wilt find everything from the finest polished rockers, to the more plain or durable kind( You should see our solid oak cobbkr Rocker for S2 50, and the sewine rocker for S1.15. They make a mash on every customer, A FEW LEFI! )m BE SOLD If You Want a Private Dancing Teacher Or a MKXiiuMinnil coal stovs, uhi h want nd. If you are an unemployed muoiclan or an old, established broker, use a want ad. If you have any kind of a want that anybody can All you'll find that u few eentM invtwtod in want oolumn adver tising will 1st alxmt the best Investment you can make. ii 1 YS & Stop here a,t THE PAIR STORE For all supplies for hop picking and threshing, or any general use. Lots of new goods just arrived and wfll be sold at the lowest racket prices. Crcat reduction on all summer goods, THE RAIR STOR B been generally troublesome The . leans found the natives entrenched and drove them further Into the hills. No casualties on American side thouuli there wore some heat prostrations. Tho native loss is not known. Tho cruiser Charleston lauded men, who guarded the city during the absence of tho troops. Tho lourth Infantry lmvlmr prepared to give tho Insurgents a warm reception the latter have ceased their attack 011 liuus. Wahiiinuton. Auk. 31. General Otis today informed the war department of the departure from Manila of tho trans port I'ara with 1 1 olllcers, 11 enlisted, 1)21 discharged men and six civilians. Another dispatch from Otis ulves tho dates of vailing of transports now nt Manila and which will bring the statu volunteers to this country. It says: "Tartar sails Sept. Unl. Penn sylvania rmpt. inn, rtcwiiorl land Uhlo Sept. 7th. The state volunteers re maining In the Philippines in tho order hi which they left Sail Francisco are: First Washington, Twentieth Kansas, Third Tennessee, Fitty-llrst Iowa, Troop Navudn cavalry. It Is the iolhiy of tho war department to have tho troops re turned in the order lit which they sailed ami tho'volunteers will probably coma 011 the ships above named lit the same ordor. " Oloves for All. Hop pickers and harvesters gloves, in endless variety, at tho Now York Kackot, all sold at racket prices. We can sat Isfy almost any one in hopplukers gloves from 'JO to 3i cents per pair. Call and see them. Our horsebldu harvesters gloves aro very servlcable. S-JHMM-lw IL - . J If from damp feet you have caught cold, You ought to have the blues, You might have went to ELLIS & ZINN'S And had them nil your shoes. Now if your cold Is running on Ami makes you sneeze and shake. Oh, then some lemons you must buy And Home hot lemouadu take. 104Utato at. Phono 2074. 1- Uutle. WHEAT MARKET. Oiiiuacio, Aug. 31. September 70, Cash 711. 8ah Fiiancisco, Aug. 31, Dee, l.ll)i. New Goods Arriving Daily los. iweuers & Sons (J! SA TwBIVl'S GREATEST STORE C Tho Store Tint's lull of Bargains Out buyers are home iind with them comes copies ot ex' tensive orders which they placed while in the East. Tiie oods are beginning to roll in and in a few days we will have a A, A" J! STORE FULL OF NEv7 IDEAS Lots of Bargains in Secondhand Wheels. .. u.....i... f.i.. : u t.tf -l l-Vi, will U fc.4.1 at a diiMint u tl"" nwfcet prima v u It- xuiiiiri at A tluc- un-kel uuteru ini wwc. lltflM . .. ...A.i--Mr- " 1899 BICYCLE. MODEL "FEAIHtioiw"- 2o - okvy sso WARRANTKD The Happiest GiH In Lowh is ah who ha tmtitiml an Kit- SgMiiient ur WMhlin ring irttreluuod Otir itk of jfwulry U 1 tUmty vrlt Mtmtlkd with Uimm artWi of fm iHiAeadoniWMit. , , Tlw MUutgn t uwiiH and the wurknaiMbip nxtntUml, ami tat tat nut twst th nc b wH MtheM ak tor mm goaW. BARR'S JEWELRY STORE jia bTATU BTnrarr, PlIHIl Wh nro still I'UMttillg out That elegant Neckwear at Cflc. X X for one. Women and .Mmi ure iHiylng UntJU HveJy, tliHy won't 1 1 .1 " nut 101 long. Another Line 1 Jtwcivcl toilmy. Klegant MowiwdaliiB-fltvBole awl Chiffon Tmm iwule up in entirely HftwvHlti, IHmm nilihxl. etc., 50c to S2 each. TJiey are almply eJunt. JUST COINED Itocoivod a swell 11 uw line of Into HhujHM of ltotl'lf and Ooriluu $lvainU$l rm MO rOH A PUTTON Off iff Mi k rtiyiM burtsjis T"Sioiu I "Tff. Have Them in Slocfc Tlifty Just Camo. i , -.J5..-JJ A V