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SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY JNOVEMUEK 7 1891).
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THE NEW YORK RACKET.
Almost anything you want
will be found at .X J
EMACKlNTOSHESour line, Ask your neigh
rX.V bo about our store
Bulletins From Diffrent States Show that the Weather
Is Generally Fine.
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0UU1J1 AHJtiUAn MW5
Leaks Out In
Small Quantities From British
Makes the food more delicious and wfcofeMM
Lowest cash prices for best:
quality of goods, Large as:
sortment of everything in;
E E T. BARNES, Prop.
j Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store, ;
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts. :
Light Vote at San Francisco Women Cutting a Bie Figure
at Salt Lake Corn Huskcrs of Nebraska May Not Turn
Out " Weather In Ohio is of the Expansionist Order "
Rather Tropical in Kentucky.
Rubbers Given X
With each pair Ladies
enue: at ou or over
(except contract goods)
we will give a pair of
Ladies Rubbers free
any make for the
next 30 days.
275 Commercial St.
I KXSSa f
SUCCESSOR TO NKCKERIIAN A R0OKK8.
Fine Wines, Liqoor:, CigaksI
218 COMMERCIAL STREET,
160 STATE STREET,
Courteous troatment at all tlmos. 102 COURT STREET. H
I OF I'KUrCCTIOK IX QUAMTV A.NI) I I
x LvOW NOToJrl
In honest prices for honest goods. That's our motto, ami
that's tho reason wo soil nioro goods every year. Don't
(all to set) us.
HARRITT Sl LAUIRBNCB
OLD I'OSTOFKICK QUOCKKY,
llr Aaanclatnl Vrrmm In the Journal.
San Francisco, Nov. 7. The sky Is
overcast this morning. An unusually
light vote is being cast for the early
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 7. Election
day is cool ami pleasant. Thu elec
tion Is passing quietly. An overage vote
Is lielng polled throughout thu state.
Salt Lke, Nov. 7. Tho municipal
election Is passing off quietly. Tho
Woman's vnlo Is cutting an lmiortnnt
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. A clash between
tho United States and local authorities
at Covington, Ky., took place over tho
ejection of Independent Democratic in
spectors. Tho leading citizens of Cov
ington have asked tho governor for
At ltryuii Station near Lexington a
Gocltcl election officer was ejected
from tho booth, charged withjattoinptlng
to violate tho election laws. At Athens
the ballot liox. was stolen last night.
Cmaiia, Nov. 7. Indications nrothut
hi cities nnd towns it heavy vote will be
jx)lled. Tho reverse is likely to bo true
in the country, where there is an Im
mense crop of com to gather and n
shortage of men.
Colomuus, Nov. 7. Tho weather Is
magnificent and a full voto is being
polled. The election is passing quietly.
Hcpublican and Democratic committees
both make confident claims of success.
Itoston, Nav. 7. Mansfield was the
first town to count tho vote for governor.
overage vote. In tho ninth nssemhlf
district twenty four arrests for Illegal,
reglstratlyn have been made. ;
Ualtimoiik, Nov. 7. All parts of the
state report n heavy voto. Itoth sides,
claim everything but odds of 4 to 1 on
tlie success of tho Democratic ticket ore
Ih'Iiir offered. i
Newark, N. J., Nov. 7. Voting in"
tills state is progressing quietly. He
publicans claim they will control the
senate and house. Democrats claim a
lighting clmuco. ;
Claim Severe Losses For the Boers andFour Thousand of Them.
Taken Prisoners Boers Closing in on Kimbcrly They
Explode the Dynamite Magazine of One of the Great Dia
Reports IfiOm IjiJyamlth,
llr Aaaorlnlnl I'rm la tlir Jmirnnl.
I.0V1KIN, Nov. 7. Only soanty Intelli
gence Is lllteriug from the front. Tills
Is generally accepted hero as reassuring,
nlthough later report agree that thu
lighting outside of Ijtdysiulth Thursday
and Friday was much more severe than
was indicated by tho oltlcial accounts.
Uoers Explode a Mine.
llni'Knwv, Nov. 7. A despatch from
Kliulierly dated Nov. l,says tho llurgh-
ers are more numerous and closer than
GREATEST ! INVENTION
In the History of Naval Science is Declared
a Great Success,
llr Aaioclntnl l'rn lo llir Journal.)
NkwYohk, Nov. 7. The sulunarlne
torMslo loat Ilnlluud was sutvess
fully tested yesteaday. At the clone- nf
the test, tho members of thulxmrd of In
spections shook hands with John. 1.
PlIILAllKl.l'HIA, Nov. 7. A light voto
polled this city up to noon. There has
been no disorder.
KiiANKioiiT, Ky., Nov. 7. At 1 o'clock
thoOocbel campaign committee claim
that oil roxrts are encouraging from
the Democratic standpoint.
OVER 50,000 MEN
Put in the Field Already By the Trans'
Holland tho iineulor nnd congratulated
him on his success. Ho had waited So
yeorH for victory In his great discovery
and shed tears when tho olllcers greeted
ever before around Kimbcrly. Thn
explosion of tho dynamite magazine at
tho Premier mine caused by tho lloer
llrelng, was terrlllc. The huts con.
tallied thirty-tiyo tons of dynamite.
I)Sno.v, Fov. 7. A fair estimate of the lloer forces Is as follows!
Around Ladysmltli 5,000.
Traversing Zululand 4000.
Advancing on Hiirghermlorf 6000.
Northern Transvaal border, 2,000
Total fighting force, 65i00.
Crane, icp 180; l'aino, dem. :!0.
I)Disvii.i.i:, Nov. 7. Voting more
than an overage vote in the city. The
election is characterUod by a quiet al
New Yoiik, Nov. 7. Voting all over
the city Is rapid. Registration Is light
this year. Dispatches from the interior
cities and towns of tho state rcort a
Ruren & HamiltoN
U x HOUSE FURNISHERS x
I II avk Yocii Uvsuani) flguro with us for
your new cariK-ts. We can save him
nmi ai mo tame iiiiiukivo rim
good that are turned out '
DinixoSkts fi chairs, extention table,
ond tidelwanl f 18.00. I
' jit 1"fl' 1 1 IW i
' MArrsuiES AKI I'fllows rf ".-ry k
! t U ound am ug jar aitrtmin
don I taken bank aa-:. t l"' n n
luir uiatrnts hct'Wla' we hate in
Clkvkiani), O., Nov. 7. Ilynoou fully
two-thinls of the vote of the city was
cast. There Is an unusual amount nf
Jackimin, Miss. Nov. 7.A gol vote
being (tolled, and iiulutiiess is prevail
ing. Dktroit, Nov. 7. There Is an average
vote ami both sidus are coiillldeut.
IticiuiONK, Va., Nov. 7. Tim demo,
crats will control the legislature by a
To Judge From the Tone o( the Dt
llr Auuclalrtl I'rran lu III Juurl.
Cinctnkai, Nov. 7. There are sis
eaudiilates for governor to lie voted for
in Ohio tomorrow. Thn of them claim
their election Is sure, but no one, ex
cept Muyor Kuiuucl Si. Joints ami his
most xealous supporters, make any surh
da. in as llial ol llie oleeiioii 01 J on
Their Claims tlelng Adjusted,
llr Anrlnlril l'r to Hi Jaarunl.
Wasiiinoton, Nov. 7. Assistant Sec
retary 1 1111, for the United Htates,
Tower, for (treat llritulii, and Von
pGliwarioutctnon, ou the part of Ger
many, today signed a convention, pro
viding for mi adjustment by arbitration
of tho claims of the Inhabitants of
Ha m mi, for damages, resulting from thn
naval and military oiieratlous.
A UrllUli Report.
London, Nov. 7. It is announced in
it dispatch from Capo Town dated Nov.
5th that the Ilrltleh were victorious in
an engagement ot (.adysmitli. Thu
Poor loss is said to have been very
heavy Including two-thousand prison
ers. The Urltiili Loues.
I.ONHON, Nov. 7. An olliclal iIIsiniIfIi
from I.ndysmith dateil Monday says:
I Want to See
Clearly at all times is often said
nplo who runent any nnutatlcm that
tlielr sight Is deieellve.
Sight may be all light, ImU other d
rangemeiitsof the eyes insyiiiakeghuwe
We test the eyu free. Ami should
ssH'tuchH or eyegkt of ordinary
strength lw uweamry we can sujiply
thsui from mir large stisk ut iinnlsrate
j . ... i.. ......rL.i.i mmuu. it uili trt
.. . ........ m itririTP. in in nni nmini mpwh . ...
I lie Jones von; w in reiiuce i lie ve.e ' ,,f, only a fen days to i.hv glasses
all others, Including that of the prohib- ' ' ....i i.1,iy
iiionlsts, the union leforiu and the I K""",a B0""ttU,y
I HERMAN W. BARR S. O.,
CoallauMl on fiurtb !. (Irudiiuto Otlclun IM HlaU H
DisisuSrw fl oliairs, extentlon table
and sideboard only 117.00
Our stock of pteture mourning ",
best ever brought to Salem. e keep
up-to-date en all that Is new and de
sirable in this line.
If you intend fitting up an office be sure
to see our line of roll top desks ami re
BURBN Si HAMIbl'UM
248 COMMERCIAL ST. X X.
One of the best equipped Denial Ofllces in
the State, and our Plate Work, and Bridge
and Crown Work are e.xcqu.0D ur nonh.
We carry a large stock of teeth from which
to make our selections, and are thus able to
give you just what you want.
DRS. EPLEY & OLINGER
"There has been o cessation of hosllll.
tlesalnco Friday. Total Hrltlsh losses
eight killed, including Captain Knapp
and Lieutenant llruden, and twenty
wounded In Thursdays engagement.
Town believed to Imj entirely safe..
Three Tianspoits Arrive.
llr Aaanulnlril I'rta la the Jnarnnl.
WAsiitsnTOK, Nov. U. Otis cables
that transports Ulo, Hlkh nnd Valencia
liavu nrrlvtxt In Manila today. Private
Cleary of Co. (L Twcnty-llftli Infantry,
died on their voyage.
iWHWKl KToet to , rrmu.
THE DIVISION OP CHINA
Wholesale Expansion Programme Including
A Tripartite Program.
Dr Aiofllntil rr to tl.t Joornnl.
Nkw Yohk, Nov. 7. A special to the
World, from Washington, gays: Kvl
denco exists of nn understanding bo.
tweeu the government of the United
Amos T.Allen hai been elected con
groMiunn from the first Maine district
to succeed Thomas II. Reed, hyo ma-
May Result in Aguinaldo and His Army
Oencral Wheaton's Delay,
llr A.ii.rUlrrt Vmt l lli Journnl.
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 7. A apeotal to tho
Herald (n)in Wasldiigloii saysi
Considerable dlsapK)intment Is ex
pressed by the olllciuls at Otis' reiHirt
that Wheaton's expedition will not
nach the Oulf of Llngayen until (omor
row. The effect In the delay In Whea-
ton's movement tlioulllctats fear will ho
that Aguinaldo will ugaiu escape.
The lUttlo Ship Oregon,
llr AaanrlaKd I'reaa In lit Junrnal.
Nkw Yohk, Nov. 7. Adispatclt to tho
Herald from Hong Kong saysi The
llatlleshlp Oregon has receiveil orders to
proceed to Cebtt.
Htates and Great lirltatn, rcgnil Dm
sharo cacli shall have In a partition
the Chinese empire. Japan is expcteii
to side with these countries in tlielr 4r-mauds.
Hr Aocllnl I'rtaa la lb Jaarakt.
I'atkrson, N. J Nov. 7.-Vle-Pres.
dont Hohart is growing weaker. KsM
letsness nnd lark ot sleep during Mm
night offset tho good effect of yesterday.
The Y. M. C. A. Lecture.
Judge Cleo. II. llurnett will deliver the
first lecture ot tho course on commercial
law, at the association rooms, at 8 p. in.
tonight. All members ol the associa
tion will lie admitted free, but should
any other wish to attend this valuable
course a ticket will be sold which will
admit one to every lecture for ft. The
course will last live mouths and will em
brace commercial law, hygiene and phys
iology, one lecture each Tuesday even
ing. Circuit Judge Geo, II, llurnett,
Jorlty of -tOSO, with threo or four
towns to hear from.
At linker city, W. II. llentley, tho
present Incumbent, was re-elected over
A, O. Hhlnn for police judge and auditor
by 217 to 120. George II. Foster
was ro-electcd cltv treasurer. Four
toiincllinen elected are T, Donnelly, 1
Hayes, (). L. Miller, L. Cnthlll.
The minimi city election fordervais
resulted In u lively contest. The result
was as follows! Councllmeii, A. 1'.
Mangold, J. II, Zolglcr, George Finney
AFRAID OF FILIPINOS
ttAN FrtAMoisco. Nov. 7, Twenty two
east Indians employed on the BrltWt
Ship l'athaii chartered by the United
Btnteo have been put In Irons because
they objected to going to Manila, They
are afraid of the hostile Filipinos.
ronr eVftth eBfl !.
oM. V.xtn it bl worft da H.
On Itilna una li, ana btt .
It la IwiHiMlbU la lavkyvouv
Him T Imnit l.i.r.l lip W A 1nul I Mil. I... -I ... It II I'l. l.l
- '" ' ". wt.o.vj,, Aiiumi , n-viiiiirr. . it. riiKKvniiiii
nnd Dr. K. A. Ploa-e will each take part marshal, J. W. Tayler: treasurer, John
In this educational movement. I e'M,,,
At Junction City following olllcers
nr-.i J. H. .Miller, mayor; J W. KirkpW. C
"" Wasiihuriie, H. i). Starr. II. C. lliisli-
uell, J. T. Clow. !;. Van Vranketi, coun
cllmeii ; Ia'ii W. Clark, recorder; F.
Moorhcad, treasurer; F. Curtis, mar
Ni:w Yoiik, Nov. 7. Football
half-Cornell, II; Columbia, 0.
IF YOU HAVEN'T TIME TO
SEND THE CHILDREN TO
ELLIS & ZINN'S
I'OK TIIEItt CANDY.
154 STATE ST.
8an KiiA.'ufimu, Nov. 7. Tie Ilmiir
Kong pajHirs give the, details ol a great
I lire In Ciiiiti.ii. Oct 2, in which ft) per
' sons lout their lives.
m rmsMnUr poatiwioss ih MtJ-ttia i
ilcDSDric. lirlnn!'?,ta ,
or youth. AI Itfiy yor blr may VxX
it iiu at nnm. 11 uncavna im
tulr al. ilwi II trura rIIUiT oal,
anil clMoara Vti Maln.lromdawkiiat,
ll.WalwiU. AI ll dmUM.
If tn iwl aWaln all lha kMMt
Ia ii-Ml4 Irom lli mi at tit Ylf,
will IM iolr atxal It.
UuiOAno, Nov. 7 Dtcembei TOf
Han Fiivktisoo, Nov. 7, Cash l.W.
-rft r (s -... ,jy IjplafaCXMm
ALL THE RAGEI
We have just received a new line of cushion covers with lining
to match, which illustrate in a very comical manner all the lateat
coon songs, "colored life on the levy, plantation pranks characters
istic among the colored folks,
ALL COONS LOOK ALIKE TO ME.
MAMMAS LITTLE I'UMfKIN COLORED COONS.
HEL--LO AU UA-DY.
WHO DAT SAY CHICKEN IN D1S CROWD.
HOOT MON, YOU GOT TO PLAY RAG TIME.
Dlj WEDDING OB DE CHINEE & DE COON.
MY GIRL IS A HIGH UORN LADY.
CRAP GAME, ETC., ETC.
Rooms 27 mi 20 P. O. Ulk.
Now den missus hcah is you golden oppotunity to
Kushion " See display in corner window its a hot