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ayw for -your inonoy than any other firm on the const. Wo
ttillsnvo you 25 to fiO jor cent on nlbutna dressing cases, dollrt,
piclnro books, gftfncs, ousels and nil kinds of fancy good?.
All goods bouglit for fipot ensh, nt n email profit. That's why
our business is constantly increasing.
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' Road Machinery and Agricultural Implements,
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Trices.
N. W. Corner State and Liberty streets, : : t : SALEM, OK.
THE PAIR STORE!
FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING.
SEB OUR FIOTTDA.Y LINE
Wc sell silver dollars for 99c, and everything else In proportion. 274 COMMERCIAL ST
Did you seo thoso wonder
ful suits -we sold last week nt
10 a suit?
Did you soo 'em in the win
Did you see 'em in the store?
Did you seo 'em on tho
Did you know that the' are
really our $15, 10.56,18,22.50,
and 25 suits
We give you tho choice of
any man's mit in tho liouso
Wo havo nothing that we ask
more for. Don't get excited
by our clothing tales; but just
keep pegging toward this store,
where you can getmen'bcloth
inw for about half what oiher
dialers will ask ynu.
AJ1 our $13 and $12 Mack
iu'o3hes during this sale, $0.50
fix iflmf n. 'tmU
IIBHtUilOIB LKAI1KRS IN PRISON.
Ilfjifirlcil flint Gnrcfit lint ln
I lie Itvliel Hntiks.
NfcW YoKK, Dc. II. A illrpntoh to
tliu Hrnld front 1'orto Rice say
"Great excitement has been caused
lipre among all oIhmm ly the discovery
(if ti CDijirHey to overthrow the Span
(nil rule on thin IMnnd. Many peron,
w ho form branch of the Marti Revo,
lutloit.iry Club, (if New York, have
lien arrested and are In prison ut Had
Juan awaiting trial.
"The present hflalr I the outcome of
I he threalct.ed revolution of a year ago,
when General Gumlr, (he Bpaulah
governor-general, attempted todemon
ctlzj Mfxlnui money, which Is the
prlnelpul rurreney of the Irlnud.
"A secret, order wuh then formed, ivnd
each tnemtier Hwore to llht for the
Independence of 1'orto Itlco. One of
the lately Initiated members betrayed
the Bohemo to the government, and
General Qamlr ordered tho arrest of
tho loaders. On the way from Array o
to Ban Juan with tho prlaonpre, the
guards were attacked, but they suc
ceeded In placing their prisonous In
prison. Tho governor-general tins
called to Bpaln for more troops."
Nkw Yohk, Dec. 14. A local paper
'The Porto Rlcan revolutionary
party has adopted a iIur, At a secret
meeting held at the home of Dr. Julio
Hanua it color coramltteo was ap
pointed to deslgu a Hug for tho revo
lutionist nudmbmlt Its report at soon
as possible to tho board of directors, of
which Dr. llanna Is president. At a
secret meeting of the board, this coru
mltteo made Its report which was
adopted amid enthusiastic should of
I ln.,n 1.irln Vtri llliro I
V ItU fcW.fc. . ..w.w,
B"Tuo ilasr. design, ts Identical
with tho Cubau flag, but the arrange
ments of tho coloro, which are as
Cuba's tlig Is dlllerent. The Porto
Rlcan Hag has tlvo wldo horizontal
stripes, three red und two white. The
left side la a triangle of bright blue,
the base being tho stilt edge, and the
apex being In tho middle of the rpil
center stripe. Iu the center of this
blue triangle Is one white star. Tho
white star stands for Porto Rice, and
the bluo around It signifies that It Is In
tho midst of the reo, which separates
It from Bpaln, tho mother country,
being represented by the blood rod
stripes. Tho white stripes ropresont the
republics which were ouco province
of Bpaln, but which have gained their
independence through revolution,
"The first lUg Is now being mude iu
this city after this desln, and arrange
meats bavo been made for the manu
facture of a largo number of them.
"Another important action tuhen at
tho meeting was the appointment of
Dn It. E. Iktances as delogato-general
of tho revolutlouury party.
" 'Dr. Betances,' said Dr. Hanua, Ms
tho real leader of tho revolutionary
movement. He Is oue of tho foremost
lenders In West Indian adairs, and a
stronger man to cuampiou our cuu
could not be found. He Is now Iu Parle,
doing what he cau In tho Interest of
Porto Rlcau Independence." '
JNev Yohk, Dec. 14. A local twj.er
A dispatch from Havauo received ot
the headquarters of HIJos le de Epana
states that Francisco Garcia, one of tho
Insurgent chiefs, who Joined the
ranks of the rebels last February, with
Amador Ouerra, who was killed,
has precented himself at Geueral
Campos' headquortera ot Banta Clara
aud asked to be pardoned.
Garcia was one of Maximo Gaixi'd
ablest lieutenants and fought ot his
side ot the battle of Dols Rlos. Gurcla
slgultled desire to Join the BpanUh
"Not that want to turn traitor and
fight my own countrymen," he said,
but to assist In putting down h war
which wo Ill-timed and lll-abvlted
nd the coutluuance of which means
dreadful misery and poverty on tho
Island. K Is ImprmlWe for the Insur
gents to win.
Wabiiinoton, Dee. 14. In diplo
matic circles here it is said tho cabinet
crisis in Bpaln will hove no effect on
the polloy of -pln toward Cgba, nor
inanvwHvafleotdlploDiaov or other
crencral nueitions. The crisis U cue w
ft Wri I ftitiftftt Itf AfitifMri, ln(f wlilofi
rt'irii of Hie MufriM minister Imtd been
dMwii. U U frfmlbtd llio fMlj(nllOtt
of (he mlnllf of Jimllofl nisy frsttK In
ifciKlfiif Ihe blurt fit Cbnn fofortrt
Hwtitt Himi irilmpls((l. Thfdfl te
(othn, allfi Jlrullfd autonomy to
OiiliM, wern n(ititi IaM Mrhr hill the
minister nfJiMIr wltlilifld excfllllnli
broniMn the Nlntnl wni Irt rcbelllrut.
Nkw YoiiK, t)to. II A dlspMeli (o
tlir Jotirnnl from Merlin mvsi
Not'ltIitti(llni( tho rrcentenerRlllo
nieaiuren of (he goysrument against
socialist, the party Icadtrs nresaugune
of ultimate victory In the relohstng and
of putting a stop oucj tor nil to what
they term "the tymirnicul Impression
by on Imperial autocrat of universal
Tho socotlMn have prepared a ooiip
d'etat, which will cxplodn like a bomb
shell In tho Kelcbsng That they
frar neither tho kalsornor the govern
merit, Is evident from the violent at
tack of Herr Rebel it Wednesday's
scrslon, and from th 12 mass meet
ingfl whloh were held la Berlin last
At a secret committee meeting of
prominent members tof tho party It
was determined to make a bold stand.
The Vorwaerta assorts tb.t, although
at the recent police seirch of the edi
torial rooms of the paper somo iuslg
nlllcaut Hurumerstelu letters had been
contlrcated, there still remalas a num
ber of the most couiprumliliig epistles
In tt.o bauds of tbo management.
These letters were adeiresBed to Baron
von Hammerstoln, who has now ab
sconded and is In a place of safety be
yond tho reach of tho govorumont de
MOTS IN MArtAOABUAIt.
London, Dec lO.f-A report fom
Antananarivo says that an nut I-European
mob, numbering 0000, destroyed
the mission station at Ramalrandro.
London, Dee. 14-Tho Prlnco of
Wales, who had sonis grains of powdor
blown into bin rlgbt'eyo whiio shoot
ing on the estates ot tjlr Edward Law
son, at ReaconBlleld, yeseerday, has
almost recuvored. j
Tp (lit; Agor-Klmtmlli
Hlngo Onrfl Jforo,
illgriest of all Irt ttjAtenfnjf Poirefr-t(ct U& Gov't JtfMi
A MINISTER'S WIFE ON BOARD.
County oniclnln IJInmcd for llio
Klamath FA(.M,Or., Dee. 14. The
stage from Ager t- Klamath Fatli wai
held up last night at the font of the
Topty grade, near whore the former
hold upa have occurred.
Tho robbor stood behind a tree and
covering tho driver, Goo. Humphrey,
with n Winchester, ordered him to halt.
There was only one passenger, tho nlf
of Rev. Buahnor, r. hiethodlst minister
living at Corbel I about fifteen miles
from tho eoenn of the robbery. Tho
robber ordered Humphrey to tako n
lighted candle and go down tho road
about 11 ft con yards after cutting opon
tho mall sticks.
Miss Bnukuer stood near tho hind
wheel of tho ftttigo and had a good
view of the highwayman. He was
not masked; ho had a full dark beard,
and kept his hat pulled down over his
The robber took what money Mrs.
Buokner had In her purse, 25 cents,
Bhe had tied up tho rest of her money
iu tho end of a shawl around her
nock. Tho citizens aro rousting tho
oouuty ofllolala for apathy and Inaction
as tbo bold ups ars becoming very
frerjuont. . 1
Another Builders' Strike.
Nr.W Yohk, Dee. 14. Another big
strike In the building trades Is on, and
has already involved more men than
that of the hnuscsmlths, whloh ended
yesterday. A thousand Knights of
Labor, steam fritters and helpers,
members of the enterprise association,
are striking ogalnst tho master steam
And hot water-fritters' association, to
to enforco aa annual agreement on a
scale ot wages. The strlko has already
caused a suspension of worK on more
thau 200 now buildings' where steam
power and steam heat are required
during tho prevailing cold weather,
consequently, many workmen of other
trades aud occupations are necessarily
out of work.
The Thnrman Faaeral.
Columbus, O., Dee. 14. Never has
thoro been a more notable gathering in
this city on a similar occasion than at
tbo funeral of Allan U.Thurman. Gov
ernor MoKlnley and all state oQlcers,
city ofllcera, and all government em
ployes In tho city were present. In
ocoordauco with the wlshot of the de
ceased, the exorcises wore simple, yet
most solemn and Impressive. Rev. J.
L. Grovor, a Hfo-lona friend of Judge
Thurmau, read tho Episcopal burial
AN EXCITING PASSAffi
KngliBM Gtubat Halted in
INVADING SANTA CLARA PROVING!
Cnlmn Insurgents Muling
Tho Benate 'Committees.
Washington, Dj C, Dee. 14. Tho
Republican bouate cauous committee,
after a prolonged session expressed tho
opinion that tboy would bet nbte to re
port n Republican membership of tho
s,enato committees' & tho caucus on
Monday. Tho daj's development
mako it altogether likely that the ap
propriations committee will be en
larged to twolvo members in order tn
mako room for Bdiintora Quay, Puttl
grew und Perk,ltis, of California.
Benutor Btowurt, whp was formerly
slated fur membership on the appro
priations committee us a Populist,
probably will not get tho place, but
will becomo chairman of the commit
tee on PacUIo railroads.
Beuator Prllvhurd,of North Carolina,
Is to be chairman of the committee on
civil sorvlco aud rttronohment,
Tho proposition of the "young
bloods" to push I ha reorguulzallon of
the senate prior to the Christmas holi
days, has met with much opposition
from the older Republican sonators,
who recall that thoy resisted tho ontl
Christmas reorganization of the Donate
when the DomocruU last gained con
trol, and should tho Domocrats show a
disposition to resist hasty reorganisa
tion tho mutter will probably go over
until after tho holidays. The com
mittee reports will be made aud be
adopted before any attempt la mado to
olectueii'ite o Ulcers.
Oonlluucd from Moond pace
A great deal of aid history came to
light in tbo canvass for tbo woolen
mill subsidy. Chairman MoCornaok
and Mr. A. Busb, tho banker, were
discussing aklug stock when tho talk
ran somnthlug llkn tbl:
Mr. ltuoli remarked that bo would
like tu o invert his Hotel Willamette
Into u wool en mill, oflurlug to put It all
in us utoi'it or In any way to get an
t-lepliaiit nil his haiulH, winding up
with tho remark that a man who
would put $80,000 Into such u piece of
property was uot n good business mau
tend ought never to tako stock In any
thing. Mr. McCornack sal'd Iu reply,
that he had the saaio poor opinion of
himself or of any man who would put
$40io00 of good money I u to Reed's opera
liouso. aud wound up by otlering to
trade It for tho hotel. This Mr. Bush
declined, although tho opera house
property Is now paying a small Interest
on tho Investment.
The two Buletu millionaires commis
erated with ono another a great
While, and finally wound up tho
seance by both deciding to seo the
woolon mill proposition through.
Bpeaklng of tho opera house, It Is the
first story that pays anything. It
would be a saving to tho owner to have
the upper two stories removed If it
could bo done without expense and
save his Insurance, taxes aud keeping
up the properly.
Clomp era Elacted.
Nkw Yohk, Ko, 14. Bamuel Gom
pern wo elected presldont of the
American Federation of Labor by
majority of eighteen oyer John Mc
Itrlde, hla only opponent. Tho Hoolal
IstH ynted torSfoRrklo.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Salem and Eastora Quotations .Cor
Gimcaoo l)oali.-WUeat, caih MXo. ; May
Nkw Youk, Dm. 11,-Bllver, MFtfc; load, l3.Su
RAN KHitNOlBOil MAKKKT.
HAW KHAN018CO, Dl H -WntUt, INW-V-,!,
woi ureeon. oaoioo. iiaivm luiunqan
volley, Patio, gig
CONSTANTINOPLK, DflO. 11. TtWg
British gun-boat Dryad, wfchsb Is toat
aa a second guardshlp for the British
embassy bore, had an exciting lime
passing through tho straits of the Dar
danelles. When she approached fort
Kuru Kalebkkale and Benden Barbara,
at tbo entranca to the Dardanelles, the
garrlsous not haying been notified that
the sultan had granted permhwloa for
tho passage of the boat, quickly.
manned the guns. Tho oommaaeler
sent a boat out to meet the Dryad, anal
satisfied hlmsolt that slio had a right to
Maduid, Dee. 14. According to a
dispatch from Havana, tho msur&eutB
under Maceo and Gomez havo readied
tbo mountain of Blgnanca, province of
Santa Clara, and Intend to Invade tho
center of that province.
A Royal Babe.
London, Dec. 14. Tho Duchess of 1
York gave birth to a eon this morulas;.
This is tho second child ot the Duke
and Duohees of York.
. Hop-QuotbleAtB7a. ""
? folftUxxi-aatotOopM MckJOresjomBhtbaBks
MIS 8) per iok.
CnuTr.ANii. Dee, II Wheat jrAUtr. M
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Klour lortlund, tf.OOi HeuU)n county, W. 00
KmliHin, IJU); luporllue, ti iar bbl,
OAU-Wlillo, Jlm'Zks grey. IWJlj rolled. In
bftM.II.iJ8.V tMtrreli,flJ07.U); caaei,SI7V
I'oUUm' Nw OriKon, Jiao per mow,
lUyejnod, J48fiO per ton.
National UenveBtiea Oalled.
Wasiiinqi-on, Dee. 14. Cbalrmaa
Carter, ot the RepubllcaB natteaal
committee, today Issued a call tor th;
national convention. Each state will-'
Tj entitled to four delegates at IarR,:
and far each representative In congress
at largo, two delegates; and each con
gressional district, each territory, and
District of Columbia, two delegate.
No Previous Season Has Offered Better
Assortments or Better Valuesf
The luefllclonoy of our press as a
guardian of the public interest, when
ever this la Imperilled by tho represent-
Oraverobbors; In Albany. Jotlres of great "interests," Is llnely
14 About 4 shown by Its general silence as to the
i ntw railroad combination. Tliero la
ALllANY, Or., Dee.
o'clock Friday two men were seen
driving to tho Baltimore block in this
city. Thoy aotul mysteriously und
unloaded and secreted in a closet a
bulky bundle. The police waited until
tho men had gone, und, on Invcstlga
Hon, found tho bundle tecroted In the
closet contulned tho body of a man
somewhat decomposed, wrapped in
cotleo saoks. The body is thought to
be that of a pauper who died a week
ago. Late tonight Adrlenne Comely
and William Westfall, who unloaded
the bundle, were arrested on tho charge
ofgruverobblnir. Their obect Is sup
posed to have boeti to sjII the body.
Fino Initial HnndkerchiofB
for ladies or gt-ntlcmon.
Silk nookwear in tocks, bows
Fino ombroid cried silkhand
korchiofs. Ladios' and misses' cashmero
Ladies' wool fascinators.
Foster's Real Kid Warranted Glove.
Bilk Umbrellas, paragon frames,
choice assortment of handles.
Heavy Bilk Munlera.
Blaok Fur Tippets.
Evening Gloves, Mousquetalr;
cream and colors.
Foster's fancy otltobed hook glovee,
Bbaitlk, Dae. 14. Two horses at
tached to a dray were electrocuted this
morning by coming iu contact with
a II vo telephone wire ou Becoud street.
Both horses fell as soon as they were
struck, and for a few seconds sparks
Hew from their necks and manes.
More Obecene Mall.
I'OHTLAND, D:C. 14 RftV. B. F.
Fuller, of Albany, Oregon, was in
dicted today by tbo United Btates
grand jury for sending an obscene
letter through the wall to Mm. Mattle
Chambers, of Centralis,
hardly auy one outside tho reach of
railroad control who does uot, aud
there are multitudes within It who do,
denounce the new arrangement as a
peril to both Industrial and political
life. It puts an eud to legitimate aa
well aa to Illegitimate competition be
tween rival Hum. It places tho charges
for both passage ami freight within
control of a single tribunal, uurecog
ulied aud uncontrolled by law. It seta
a most delimit example of extending
corporate action beyond the bounds es
tablished by charter, and one, whloh
producers of all kinds wlllboouly too
ready to follow to tho oppression of the
publlo. And It creates a political force
tor (he control of olcotlous lu corporate
Interests, of which we have no exam
ple In hUtory, Yet the newspapers
have been silent, or have "roared as
gently aa a sucking dove" In thtlr crit
icisms of it. They have more space
aud time for the details of a foot-ball
game, aud more Indignation to spend
ou some petty default, than on tho
creation of a power, which easily may
become omnipotent In our politic,
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Rubber goods cheap at Krauaw Bros.
Silk Initial Handkerchiefs.
Plain Silk HandkorohiofB.
Now neckwear holiday
Flno cashmero gloyos.
Scarf nins. shirt studs, cufl
Chenille stank covcra, Silk
mittens, card cases, pocVot
books, hand bags, fancy neck
wear fanoy towols.
William kid gloves, bended
fascinators, iino cmbroideried
linoti handkerchiefs, handsome
drawn vVoik towols, infants'
hoods, combination pocket
books and card cases.
Large assortmout of silk umbrella.'
Finely Embrolderled Bureau Soarfc,.-
Real seal pocket books.
Congo caues, solid silver tip.
White Aurora Fur Bets.
Choice line silk umbrollds.
Muu'd fluo Fedora hats.
Ladies' moreen shirts.
Finest Down Comforta. .
Ladles' capes aud Jackets.
Novelties In umbrellas,
Stuttgart's sanitary nlqltt nhlrtH.,
Happy Home suit-guaranteed.
Ladle' fur oapee.
Finest quality lace curtain.
J. J. DALRYMPLE &, CO!
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