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Lace Curtains, Counterpanes, Damask,
Crash, Scrim, Hosiery, Underwear, Hats,
Caps, Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, Gloves,
and all kinds of notions.
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
Does a cash business, which insures the
very lowest prices on all classes of goods
in their line. We buy goods right. We
sell goods right. Try us for crash hats
for warm weather.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
jhMtehhiriftiiirihirthihV)hhrii frifr frfrthntufrifri "v v-Y.h'i
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GREAT SLAUGHTER SHOE SALE.
Wc aro not we say
KILLING THE DEAD. wI.SS'do
t muking Low Trices on Dead Stock, and blowing about it as marvel,
but wo uro
SLAUGHTERING THE LIVING!
Hewing down a clean, live stock, lovel with tho dirt which is associated
with cheap prices.
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
EverViShoo in tho house subject to tho 20 nor cent reduction.
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Not a clearance of old goods, but all new Spring Stock,
bought at the very lowest cash price. We can fit any foot
sizes from Infants O's to Aen's 13's, and widths, AA to EE.
Never has such an opportunity been offered to the people of
Salem. Call and convince yourself of the genuineness of
SALEM SHOE STORE
88 State St. Ladd & Ihh Bank Uldg.
Cor. State and Liberty Sts. Salem, Ore.
and Chemeketa Sts.
Red Cross Shoes
Our hospital and nurse Shoes,
also Oxfords, have arrived. Try"
a pair if you want soild com
fort. Our big Shoe sale is still
on we are cutting prices right
and left we buy our goods 10
per cent, cheaper than inexper-
lenced opposition, hence can
and do easily undersell them.
275 Commercial St.
n - -n " "n -n.
B Originator of Low Prlcos.
Wo Shlno thorn Free.
NEW SHOE STORE,
vi &1AU-. ouicm.
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Wallace Cases Still
Strikes in Germany
Troops Called Out at Saragossa.--Other
Uy Anaoelntcil I'rcaa In the Jnnrnnt.
Wallace, Juno U8. lit tho removal
case against tho county commissioners
tliig morning, tlio defense (lied mi an
swor denying that thoy performed any
of tho material acts charged in tho in
formation, but alleged that all their of
ficial acta as county commissioners woro
performed in tho interests of tho people
Tho state offered in evidenco the
record of the commissioners on the prop
osition of removal of county to.it, from
Murray, to Wallaco.Also vouchers for al
lowances mndo Sheriff Young as com
missions on license collections.
BeiiLiK, Juno 28. Three striker wcro
killed yesterday during the rioting at
Bochhum coal mines.
Madiiid, Juno 28, At Saragossa tho
populace continues turbulent and fresh
troops have been stationed at all strate
gic points in tho city. Many wounded
have lieon hidden, so it is difficult to
determine the number Injured. Quiet
is restored at Fovlllo and Valencia.
Havana. Juno 28. Itegnacacion Ks
panaola, thoCarlist organ, sneers at the
Madrid telegrams published here. It
bays: "Spanish censor Is doing his Ixint
to'deceivo the world as to the true alt
nation in Spain.
The pretended riots aro merely tho
ripples fieforo a genuine revolt, in favor
of Don Carlos. There is a general feel
ing of uneasiness among tho holders of
CincAoo, June 28. Tho latest recruits
to tho strhersut tho stock yards are
forty girls who asked for an Increaso to
$1 pur day and upon tho refusal all
walked out. It is estimated that 1200
men went out today.
Nearly Saved From the Qallaws.
Sachamknto, Juno 28. Geo. l'titnain,
the murderer, while being shaved today
preparatory to being tukuii into court,
to hear his death sentence, seized the
razor and drew it across his throat, tho
cut did not sever the Jugular vein and
the condemned man wlllj recover.
MARIONJ COUNTY MATTERS.
Business Being Transacted at the Court
Glory tickets have been issued to
Win. K. 1-aufninn mid Kllza A. Kiteli
ing, J. J. llurdette, witness: and to
Frank Cox and Lena M. Whiteside, J.
V. Whiteside, witness.
In Department No. 2. in tho case of
J. II. McCorklo, plaintiff in error, vs.
Tho City of Silverton, ot al., defend
ants in error, an order has been issued
for a writ of review, directing Allon
Forward as recorder of said city to ro
turn said writ of review on or lieforo
July 11, 131)9, together with a copy of
tho records of said city relating to tho
issuance of a liquor license to one Win.
On the petition of Jefferson Myers,
administrator do bonis nou of the estate
of A. D. Itihdon, deceased, an order has
been issued citing John Hughes, admin
istrator oi tho S. It. Hammer estate,
and M. I.. Chamberlain and David
.Simpson, sunitios on tho bond of S. It.
Hammer as administrator of the His
don estate, to file an inventory and ac
count, showing practically how tho
Hammer ostato stands iiirelutioii to tho
An order hai been granted authoriz
ing Sarah Kvundou, executrix of the
will of John Samuel Kvondeon, to sell
curtain projnirty In Gorvals bolonging
to the estate
S. J. Kerr, executor of tho estuto of
Edward Coffey, decoased, has been au
thorized to borrow I28.-15 with which to
pay tho taxes for 181)8.
W. T. Klgdou, administrator of tho es
tate of H. I). Manger, has been author
ized to sell certain property lMlouglng to
In the matter of tho ostato of Hobt.
Jack, deceased, Claude Juck, the ad
ministrator, has filed his first semi-annual
F. W. Durbin, bheriff, to Nora Sutton,
lots No. 0 and 7. Sunuyslde Fruit Farm
No. i, sheriff's deed. $782.
Oregon & California It. R. Co. to Oli
ver Itutler, ICO oereri in tc 27, 1 8 s, r
1 e, HSO.
H. and S. K. Hardeattlo to II. II.
Scott and Maud M. Scott, .((0 of an aero
in Woodburn, ftOJl.
Homer Smith to Susan T. Smith,
77.05 aorua In t s, r 2 w ; also blook No.
20, Smith's addition to Aumwvillo, q e
M. Kamiimky and wife to H. F. Jory,
lots No. 3, 4, 5 and G, In section 8, 1 0 m,
r 1 w, q cd, 95.
Louis Stuenkul ami wife to J. II.
Frlek and Mary Frkk. the w j: of U10
H of n e H 7, t 0, a r, I w, $1,900.
For the Summer.
Crash suits, bleyele tulU. lelay
worsted blank and gray suits, and many
other varieties at the New 1 ork Racket
for men and boys and a large line of U
Sur-6-SUr shoes for ladiw, gents and
children at low pricas. 38 e o d 1 w
You wil help te furuUh empleymant
to rtidnt8 ef Bulem ami pjfiro alean
wade gar by anlrlHg ul4U(w 0aw
SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1899.
The Usual Thing.
A lively runaway took placo this
morning, W. W. Stevens' team being
tho iHirformers. Thoy woro standing In
front of Cross' butcher shop on Stato
street, no one being in the light hack to
which they woro attached, when thoy
took fright at a street car.
Thoy ran to Commercial street, miss
ing by a hair's breadth a buggy in which
weroalady and a littlo girl, turned
south to Ferry mid brought up n stand
ing against tho telegraph polo at ithe
Willamette hotel. Tho polo of 'the
wagon jwnctratcil tlio telegraph polo a
couple of inches, 0110 of the horses broke
loose, tho other was secured, and a
round-up of tho damages disclosed the
polo and both reaches of tho hack
broken, and tho harness somewhat 'dis
figured. Two pairs of largo single
paned window snsh in the hack wore
About 225 Presbyterian picnickers
availed themselves ,thls morning of a
ride down the river via steamer, to an
island below Wheatland, where a nice
ground has been prepared and swings
have been placed in readiness. The
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jiii iji 111 iutiuii una viuuiiij.
Louis L. iWenag a Runaway
Bank President Has
11 y Avaoclaterf I'rcii to the Journal.
Minneapolis, Juno 28. Louis F.
Menag, former president of tho North
west Guaranty Loan Association re
turned to Minneapolis today and sur
rendered himself. Ho has been in Guate
mala and Mexico.
Excursion Coming to Salem, July 1 1
Arrangements for Reception.
A number of zealous workers mot at
the city council chamber last evening
to arrange for receiving the the excur
sion of tho National Editorial Associa
tion. The time t s sot for July 11, mid
their trains will stop lu Salem from
11 o'clock a. in. to -1 p. m., iturlug
which time it is proiiosee to entertain
them as well as ixisstblo.
While no definite program has as yet
been formulated, it is generally thought
to bo tho best to have the excursion
trains pulled down Front street to Ma
rlon Square, and there receive the
guests. That block will bo 11 delightful
placo to hold a formal reception, and at
the same tlmu banquet tho guests with
an informal lunch. Tho stand and
seats of the Fourth of July celebration
can bo left intact and thus make that
work servea doublo purpose.
After tho refreshments and reception
it is suggested that tho party bo given
rides in carriages and street cars to all
parts of the city and surrounding
country. All citizens of Salem and the
Marlon and Folk counties will bu Invited
to participate and as it will bo impossible
to furnish carriages enough in tho city,
friends from outside will probably be
asked to como in with their vehicles,
tnko part with the Salem people and
later givo tho guests n drive to their
farms or outlying olntH of interest.
This should lie made a great gathering,
in fact a genu Ino love feast, an event
which will bo remembered for years by
the guests as well as our people. Let all
bond every energy to this end,
A committee was appointed to ne
gotiate with Salem caterers in regard
to ftirnlshimr tho luncheon for a thous
and pooplo, and report at an adjourned
meeting Friday evening of this week.
Tho plan of same so far as promulgated
is to nave tlio laities, uibuos, satm
wiclics, coffo and cr.ko furnished by our
narty. and have the committees of la
dies servo tho same.
Condition of Crop in Western Oregon and
the Willamette Valley.
Tho ruiiiHof tho oast fuw'davs have leen
of incalculable benefit to all manner of
crops throughout Oregon. The amount
of rainfall was less than an inch and the
temperature and winds during that time
woro very Iwnoflclal and now that It has
oleum! up all crops can bo expected to
mature quite fast. Tho tetuerature for
tho week was on an average 60 degrees,
which is 4 degrees lower than for tho
nreccdlmr week. Tho temnerature rose
from Monday to Thursday, when tho
maximum was about 80 degrees ; it then
fell, tho maximum on Sunday lntlng
about oO degrees.
Haying Is tn lull progress in tlio en
tire valley and a large crop will lx cut.
Grains of all kinds promise well and
cherries are rijHiiilng and will soon le
general 011 tho market,
The agricultural report gives tho fruit
crop as follows :
'Strawberries are very plentiful und
are in the height of their seuson. Cher
ries are ripening rapidly. Tho lilack
Republican cherry is falling and some
trees are practically barren of fruit. Tho
Royal Ann will make a fuir crop. Tho
cherry crop will not bo a failure; there
will be a great abundance for local usu
and some for shipment, but few to dry,
Tho peach crop of Jackson county h
gond; in other counties the crop is oor,
l'runea havo ceased dropping ; thoo ro
maing on tho trees are estimated at from
10 to 60 jHir cent of a full crop. Pears
are lu oor condition, especially Jlurt
lutta. Apples promise a fair yield
Small lorries aro everywhere rejortud
to be plentiful."
Spraying is going on in all the well
managed nop yards of the country and
lions are growing fine now.
Potatoes are promising well and are 111
full bloom now and thohO that planted a
1 irge acreage of spuds will bo well rpaid
for their labor.
The fact that crop prosixseU in Kng
land have somewhat Improved has
caiibod the wheat values to shrink a lit
tle. In France, a yield of 40,000.000
quarters is expected. Advices from Cen
tral Buropo show that after allowing fr
local troubles, it full average wheat crop
is premised from the Iktltic to the Ad
riatic, and from the Rhine to tho Vis
tula. An almost unbroken story of crop
deterioration come from Roumanta,
Russia, East Poland and the Bust Raltic
provinces. The Mark I.ane Bxprew
urge BuglUh wheat holders to wM their
grain and "thus defeat an ovidunt at
tempt of the Americans to bear the mar
ket Bright and Clean,
The barbershop at 2tl Commercial
street opsrMeJ by 0. K. Hunge. ha
been ngwly palnM, paper! and ear
Recruits lor the Phil
Suspension of Hostilities
For Rainy Season.
Aggressive Campaign to Be Opened in
Ilr Amut'lnted trra to the Jnurnnl.
Wasiiinoton. Juno 28. Secretary
Alger, Adjutant (loueral Corhin and
Col. lilrd, in cli urge of transportation,
una an Hours consultation wttu tue
president today relative to tho tiuestion
of reinforcements for Otis.
A dellnlte declsloirwas reached to con
tinue recruiting men at all recruiting
stations. Gen. Alger said after a con
ference, that Gen. Otis would have
10,000 men when the rainy season is
closed for tho resumption of active oper
ations. Knllstinents aro to bo for service In
tho regular army and recruits aro to bo
organized Into regiments or assigned to
regiments already formed.
No organisations nro to bo accented if
suflictent recruits are obtained by the
regular enlistment. Corhin said enlist
ments would bo (or three vcurs. Ar
rangements aro to be made at once for
increasing lacilities lor transportation
necessary to got the additional troops to
Tho decision to reinforce Gen. Otis
by tho end of the rainy season is inter
preted to mean that the active campaign
will cease until bad weather ends.
l!y remaining quiescent and under
shelter during the rainy season it Is
hoped that the health of our troops will
be cousorved and all dangers from cli
matic fevers reduced to a minimum.
Later in tlio day It was dellultely de
cided to begin enlistments for the
volunteer service. under tho act
of tho last congress. Recruiting of
ficers in tlio principal cities will be in
structed immediately to nrenaru to en
list volunteers. The present indications
are alxmt ten thousand men will lie
Named for Lieutenant Governor,
Louihvii.u:, Juno 28. -The Demo
cratic convention noniinuted Ikvltluun
for lieutenant governor on the second
At Silver Creek.
O. Itutler, of Aruonti, made this olllco
a call whllo in tho city today. Ho re
reports a scarcity of fruit in his section
of tho county. Very few ohurrieH or
prunes. Hay an average crop fall and
spring wheat good and tho lato rain
At Silver Creek Falls tho Congrega
tional church has been strengthened by
the addition of a number of new mem
bers and is now building a new house
Tho tax payers of Silver Creek Falls
decided a short time since that tho sec
tion needed a new school house and
voted a 20 mill tax to pay for the build
ing when completed.
iiase Ball Game,
A flue baso hall game has been hooked
to take place at Gervais 011 next Sun
day afternoon Ixitweeu tho nine from
St. Paul and the ToriH-does of tho Wolf
and .wicker boat yard. Roth of these
clubs aro good players mid a closogamo
is expected. Many from Salem will go
down via wheel if the weather permits.
ANNUAL MUSICAL RECITAL.
Inter-State Conservatoiy Commencement
at Ited's Opera House.
ThoSaloin department of tin Inter
state Cousurvurory of Music, under the
iiinnaguiiiontof Mrs. Bttu Auderx-WIII-man,
will take place at Reed's eimm
house next l'rlduy evening, June ilO, A
good program will he rendered by omo
of Salem h liest talent, and tho public is
cordially invited to attend. Tho enter
tainment will le free to all and prom
ises to he one of the lust ever rendered
before a Salem audience. Program later
0 27 2t
Henry Hemmul, of Douglas county,
"age unknown," was today committed
to tho asylum.
Bushels of Eyes
Would not bo of any use if they
were not in order. Aro your eyen all
right? (JluBKO limy or may not bo n.
oosiary. The young are subject to do
feet of vUion as well m the old. The
earllorjit Is treated the greater the
ahanee of a permanent wire.
We teat eyes free of aharge. W ean
furnish you anything In the upectaule
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
IIS STATU &TIID17?.
Tho now chapter of tho ordor of Kast
ern Star which was instituted at Stayton
on Monday evening is ofllcered by the
following corps of efllclent efllcers:
Mrs. Dora Shroves, matron; B, K.
Porter, patron ; Mrs. W. W. Blder, as
sociate matron; Mrs. Laudes, secretary;
conductress; Mrs. J. M. Kitchen, nsso-
cuuo conductress; .Mrs. uuubcrt, Allah;
MIssMnud Blder, Ruth;MlssMcllurguo,
Bsther; Mrs. G. R. Trask, Martha ; Miss
Rsso Tollis, BlectajMrs. W. II. Hob
son, warder; Frank McDnntol, senthiel;
Miss Deano Kitchen, organist.
He Trained Ryestraw,
.1 1.. lit III Wt 4 lilt niil Wititxi 11 liAMa.
trainer, who has been on the turf now
for four score years and who Iium trained
all the old Ormrmt rnnn Iwirana fmtn flt.n.
straw down to tho common Cayuse
uitaiiur, leu iiiis morning inr a visit
among loriiauu tun men.
Articles of Incorporation weio filed to
day for a Grand Cabin of Native Daugh
ters of Oregon, to have headquarters at
Portland. Among tho Incorporators
worn the following ladies well known at
Salem: Mrs. C. B. Wolvorton, Mrs. R.
A. Mllle, Mrs. Oltvo S. Bngland.
NOT COMING WEST,
Owiiiff to the Continued
111 Health of Mrs.
Ilr Aaaoelnteil lreaa In tlitt Journal.
Nkw Yoiik, Juno 28. A hih'cIiiI to tho
Herald from Washiuutoii says:
Tlio stato of Mrs. McKlnloy's health
Is decidedly worse than it has been lie
fore since she has been in tho White
House and tho president will remain in
Washington probably all summer.
His projected trips to tho Pacific coast
and to Minnesota have been abandoned.
Eugene OuarJ Take Notice.
Tho steamer Bngeno passed Salem
this morning loaded to the guards with
freight. She will return Friday with n
full load of merchandise for Portland.
Excursion to California,
For annual meeting of National Bdu
catloual Association, tho Southern Pa
cific Company (Shasta Routo) will make
f!U imiiiii trip rato to l)s Angeles, by
train leaving Portland at 7 p. m. July
7. Tickets will bo goxl to September I,
mid permit stop over on return trip.
On July ft, 0, 7, 8 and I), round trip
tickets to Los Angeles will lie sold at f 10
rato, allowing stop over in either direc
tion, and final limit of September -I.
Holders of these excursion tickets
may make low rato side trips to Mon
terey, Ijiko Taboo, Ynsomito Valley, Rig
Trees, Riverside, Redlauds, Santa llai
bara, Cittulina Island, etc. No such 01
IKirtuutty to visit all California points
of seclal Interest, at small cost, has
been betoro alTonled. Note tho dates.
For guides, sleeping car reservations
mid further information call on any
Southern Pacific agent, or address Mr.
C. II. Markham, Genl. Passenger Agent,
C. II. Maiikiiam.
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FORTHE FOURTH OF JULY.
Southern Pacific Excursion Rates for Cel
ebrations and Travel July I to 5,
Stations 125 miles or less from selling
M)lut 1 l-ll faro for round trip.
Two hundred miles hut not less than
125 miles, 1 1-0 the faro for loiind trip.
Three hundred miles but not less than
200 miles, 0110 faro round trip,
No ticket less than 25 cents for round
Children 5 to 12 half these rates.
I Jos. Meyers & Sons,
s Salem's Greatest
Styles in llrokuii
Hilton At every
New Wash Blond
Tics just received also nwuII Piquo
P11II0 with stocks to mutch,
50c, 75c and $.
Crash and Linen
PottlcoutH Sonic of tho servlcouble,
$ up to 54.50
SJPalr for those 11.00 values.
278-280 Commercial St, The Old White CornaR jj
Mokes the food more delictous and wholcsewe
worm urnwa powthh co., ntw voo, , "3
One American Cav
Admiral Dewey Olf lor Port
Rebel Entrenchment Shelled By
Ilr Anaot'liileil l'raa to tlm Journal,
Manila. Juno 27. Captain Gales, of
tho Hniiadran of tho Fourth cavalry.
embarked for Morong, Monday, Tho
gunboat Napidan, which accompanied
the troops, visited Mutitu upa on tho
west shore of tho lake mid found n small
body of rebels entrenched there. The
entrenchments were shelled by tho Nap-
man. ami wueii tue rebels ncgau a re
treat tho cavalry landed. The I'lllpluos'
final volley killed a cavalry prlvrto.
WABiiiNfiTo.v, Juno 28. Admiral
Dewey sailed from Colombo for Port
Said this morning.
Crash, straw and fur hats for all ages,
neat, ncultirco mid laundrled white mid
colored bosom shirts, bath mid linen
towels, tnulo ilmnaHk,crasu,lcu spreads,
laco curtains, corsets, ribbons, laces,
embroideries, suspenders, gloves, ladies'
mid gents' summer underwear, ham
mocks, sweaters and it thousand other
Items all at racket prices. Call and seo
them at tho New ork Racket.
28 2ood I w
You may differ about who shall act on
tho committee to welcome the "boys"
homo from Manila, hut nil aro treated
ullko who patronize tho Wonder Res
taurant. Five Men Scalded,
Sr. I.OUIH, Juno 28. Five inon wero
scalded by tlio col I a wo of a steam fluu
on the steamer St. Paul, near Blsah,
Ills. Two are dead and two others aro
not expected to live,
enjoys a good cigar. You havo a liko
privilege, When you aro about to gi
your order remember to ask for'Mjt L
(II von I
MissBthel Knight, who has been
visiting at her old homo with Mr. and
Mrs. It. R. Fleming, returnedMo Port
land this afternoon. s ' t
Miss Helen Griflltli. who haslbeon
spending a few days with her slter:vMr8.
Peebles, went to Oregon Glty- 'llnV
afternoon. . $
R. 8. Prottyman of Pekin, Illr.vh.
located in Portland somo timo ligoLl
in tlio city on legal business. ilsr.
Chun. Cnslck nn.t lft,l ' JSiiA.1
t 1. i n .1 1.1.1. .. ju'-SS;
uuuuki 10 1 uniuiui una attornoon;.
Geo. O. Will was a Marlon visl
day. ., Y'VM!
OREGON GOLD, &
Biff Strike in the x Bohemia
citement. ' ?'$.
Ilr Aaaoclatea t'rraa Is the JearuNl
Cottaok Giiovk, Or., June 28In
formation reached hero last evening of
big strikes in tho Bohemia mining 'ills
trict. Reed and Fletchor, of Montana,
havo struck it rich in a tunnel 350 feet
long. Tho ore rims up to 125.000 per
ton. Tho oro is of honoy comb character
und tho gold can bo seen with the. naked
eye. Tho vion is about eight feet wide
with a rich streak in tho confer. Men
havo lieen working on this tunnel nil
If you 're ijray j
before forty there'sV,!
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Ciiicaoo, June 28. July 72JJ, Cah
Han FiuNciaco, June, 28.-Cah 1,10
Of India Linen, Qii((haiiiit, etc., at
1 U orlKlnul prices. New line of
In till styles bleereiew, quarter
sleeves, lon sleeves, low neck, huh
neck, ifuuxu und tine ribbed, cotton,
1UU und silk.
5c to 85c
To tho railroad brlde burnlns near I
Grunts Puss. Our now line of ursl
und Covert Skirls und other oo4s h
been ioloyed, but wo hope to hate
them horo by the end of the wwlc. It 9
win pay you to wan, oener biii
Seem to bo the proper lwad&ear, an
we aro eolllnf; low of thew Whjl be
cause we havo the lino.
25c to 75q .
Straw Hats - 'f)
oAt a orlKlnal prices, the m wusw
bo closed. , 5?
oTrunks for nier. and boys.