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SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1899.
Salem woolen Mills
Home Made Goods
Specials: A very slecte
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in-
New York. UET ONE FOR
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: Ask
WOOYiEtl W& STORt
LALiI o v - v s , v
GREAT SLAUGHTER SHOE SALE.
Wc are not
t making m Prices on Dead Stock, and blowing nlrout it an a marvel,
but wo uro
SLAUftHTElUNU- THE IjlVJNfi:
Hewing down a elean, livo Ktock, lovel with tho dirt which in aswlatod
with cheap priced.
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Kvery Shoo in tho houNi subject to tho 20 per cent reduction.
tiutnin iiiurKcu in juiim iigurco.
2C&iy4' , N
see ior yourselves.
R. H. Leabo, Manager.
SALEM SHOE STORE
83 State St. Ladd A Bh Hank Hldg.
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
The .argest assortment of
Men's Pants: Regular sizes
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size vou call
for we have them. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Aten and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
DEAD. WE "O,
1JJil.l'i life rr-'rr
f Originator of Low Prlcos.
I Wo Sh no them Froe
- EW . SHOE STOlt E,
01 STATU 8T11KKT.
Red Cross Shoes
tOur hospital and nurse Shoes
also Oxfords, have arrived. Try
a pair if vou want soild com-
fort. Our bir Shoe sale is still
on we are cutting prices right
and left we buyouroodslO
per cent, cheaper than inexper
ienced OUDOsition. hence enn
V and do easily undersell them.
275 Commercial St.
This thing which some merchants ad
vertise of buying goods 10 per cent
cheaper than any body else. The cash
customer is the one who buys cheapest
and the only one. We buy only of the
best manufactures for spot cash and at
the very lowest prices. None can buy
iuwer. we nave none 01 me i in ran ac
cumulated in 15 or 20 years business and
and we are selling our new Spring and
Summer stock at cost. No one else will
offer you and such bargains Come and
Tenders His Resig
nation. Takes Effect at the Pleasure
General Beebee Not Sure of the Volun
teers. lly Aaaoclntrtt I'rea la thr Journal.
Wariiin'uton, July 20. Secretary of
War Alger Iiuh tendered his reshjnntion
to take effect at the plcamiro of the
PonTHxn, July 19. General Chrts. E.
lleebo and other prominent citizens will
leave this evening for San Frnnclpso, for
the purpose of endeavoring to have the
Oregon regiment returned in body to
Portland, after the muster out ut'San
FOIt A KHKK TIIAIX.
Adiutant-Cieuend Tnttlu was seen to
day by u Journal writer and said that
ho believed that it would be right and
nronor to brim: tho Second Oreiron homo
on a free train, to bo paid for. out of
me sinie miMiarviuiui. 110 won in lav
the matter before the state militarv I
lxmnl at its next meeting.
Manila, July It). The Spanish com
mission is negotiating for the release of
tho Spanish prisoners held by the Fil
ipino expect to return to Tnrlao soon
with full authority to secure the release
of all the prisoners.
I lie commissioners iioihmo make ar
rangements under which thesum they are
to nay for tho ransom of the Spanish pris
oners is to he deposited in tho bank to lo
drawn by the Filippinos nt u future date
so tnai the money can not no used
against the United" States.
The terrific rains here during tho last
two days in consequence of which it is
necessary for the use of boats in moving
alxnit tho streets. M nil tin audthu
whole country is flooded.
The Filipinos havu refused to allow
the Civilian nrihoners to embark on
board a ship leaving A parr, although
they had passports signed by Aguin
alilo. The Insurgents on the bank of the ltio
Grande tired on the gunboat I-nginm do
Hay killing one soldier and wounding
two. Tho gunlKMit quickly dispersed
Wasiiinoto.v. July II). The war de
partment received today from Manila an
olllcinl statement of the internal rev
enue receipts for the mouth of May at
mat port, fi.uuu.
The total amount of internal revenue
receipts siuco the American occupation
Las Vuciah, N. M. July II). Special to
Optic from Springer says: Sam
Ketchuiu was captured last night at
Linihort'fi ranch, whore ho camo for
medical attention and food. His left
arm is broken near the shoulder. A
party has been on his trail and that of
two other robbers oyer since yesterday.
Will Sell the Present Site and Take the
Orphans' Home Property,
A Halem special says :
N'll'OtilltidllH llllVII Im'1111 IHIIl.lllll- UIIV.
oral days for tho conveyance of tho Or-
puuu s iiomu property, suuaieu near
the state Insane insane asylum, to the
Salem hospital. Tho Orphans Home
uuh nvi'iitlv rniiiiuilliil In ln itu
doors for lack of funds, and tho property
lias leen standing idle. Tuoplau is to
deed the property, consisting of the
huildiiik's uud ten acres of land, to the
hospital, with u provision that the
proM?rty must revert to the grantors,
should It ever Ih conveyed or use for
any other purK)su than a hospital. The
negotiations were to have Ikhjii con
cluded last evening, but owing to a
slight question regarding the reversion
ary clause the deed was not signed. If
tbeconveynuco is ierfucted tho plan is
to sell the present hospital proorty
aiid uso the proceeds in making im
provements on the new hospital. The
sale of the proMint hospital projierty
lios largoly with John H. Alhort, the
donor, but it is understood thut ho will
make no nbjuetwnH to a salu for the jmr
Carnegie to Supply Material for Ten
I'ittshcho, July li. Th l'rwwl
Steal Car Comjany has eontratud with
tueCurnugle btw Company for 80,300
tons of steel plates monthly for a ixtriod
of 10 years. This is the largont ntvtd
contract allotod to one firm, and
amounts tnalKriit f 150,000,000. A r
rumtatlvo of the I'russed Steel CV.ni
iiMiiy sahl today tiiat the aotuul cut of
the material to be fiirnifeliwl u ill le
San Francisco Excursion,
Only $17,50 for the Round Trip,
Plenty of time to see everything.
AN IDEAL SUMMER OUTING,
Leave Salem August 3d.
Side trins to Mt. Hamilton.
and various places of Interest. For detailed information andL.
tickets, enquire of W. W. Skinner, or H. D. Pattqn, Salem, IP
or UK. u. vv. uakk, Aianager, uuanQii, ure.
15,000,000 a year. Tho delivery ol the
contrnet will begin September 1, next.
Several months ngo the Cnrnegio Steel
Company contemplated tho erection of
n mammoth steel car plant, bnt tho pro
ject was Abandoned and n working ar
rangement entered into between tho
Pressed Car Company and Carnegie, the
forma iif wliti'lt Krnrliliil for tint 1)11 r-
cliapo of nil tho nteul required by the
ear company from Cnmogie.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Deing Transacted at the Court
In tho matter of the estate of George
Hatnp, deceased, E. I). 11 organ,
guardian ad litem of Walter 11. Ramp,
George A. Hnmpand Samuel M. Hatnp
yesterday Hied an answer to tho petition
of Agnes Jones, formerly Agnes Hatnp,
stating that ho can find no reason why
tho dower of said Agnes Jones should
not be assigned and admeasured to her.
Judge Terrell has ordered that W. !.-
Eoff, L. C. Grifllth and Henry Jones to
sot off to soid Agnes Hnmp hor dower in
the lauds of the estate, if samo can be
dono without injury Jo tho whole estate.
Thomas, Watt A Go., yesterday Med a
claim in the probate court against the
estate of Thomas J. Jjiliond, deceased,
Tho claim is secured by a mortgage on
realty. Tho claim Istfor (ou.75. Judge
Terrell approved und,nllowed the claim.
A c!alm for for 05.o0 has boon claimed
by Jos. Fishburn ngninst Jno. Hughes,
administrator of the estate of Seth Ham
mer. Tho matter was taken under ad
visement by Judge Terrell.
Mrs. Ada 1'arvln, administratrix of
the estate of Jno. Sutton has filed a no
tice of npiwal from tho county court to
the circuit court. In tho claim of Gaines.
Clyde A. Hrown and wifo to Ernest
Ilrown, 1-5 acres in Sam Hrown d, 1. c.
A marriage licence has been issued to
Geo. M Staples and May K. Morrison.
A mining claim oniGold Creek, this
county was Hied uiwiij by Jesce M. Free
With One Another In Chicago-Kentucky
llv Amioolnlril 1'rrna to tlir Jiiiirtuil.
riiicAoo, July Hi. Demwrnts of na
tional iiiMrtincc legau to arrive in
Chicago today and at noon there was
quite a colony of distinguished members
and advisers of the uanounl committee
ready to take part in the meeting of
that body tomorrow.
Much Interest is manifested In the
troublo over tomorrow night's audi
torium meeting, announcement of
Mayor Hurrison and tho national com
mitteeman (hihuu, that ho would ignore
the auditorium chair created no end of
talk and llrynu's decisional! tho matter
is anxiously awaited.
1Iowm.no (liiKU.v, Ky.. July 10. Antl
(loobel Democrats In tins city and county
nave issued a call lor a meeting June on
July -M, to protest against V. J. (Jim'IkiI,
or governor and the Miulsvllle conven
It calls upon nil true Kentucky Dem
ocrats to attend thu meeting at which
steps will le taken for the nomination
of a true Democratic ticket.
Cut in Wages.
Two of the Western Union
Salem experienced a cut in wages of f 10
a month Sunday and one a cut of fi u
A Valuable Dog,
wouldn't sell for ten cents ton man uho
doesn't want a dog. And that is true
with most anything else.
Tho only uxpeditoiis way to find n
man who wants to buy a dog Is to speak
to everylKxly in Saloin through Tiik
Jouknai. want columns.
Those whoarc Interested will rosond.
And it would lie a very uulntorchtlngdoK
indeed that wouldn't suit ntiyliody.
Most anything you don't want can I hi
sold at some price if prnjoriy advertised
HI VET YfH It I VI.s N in.
If you are kiokuig fur spectacles or
eyegliisMM. ScientilU- metluxls run all
all through our busmewi of fitting sight
and sight hell.
If you are unable to pay a fair price
for glusMM. make the fuel known to us
and we will furnish thum free of rliurgo
if any one is really too ioor to pay.
All school children should huve their
eyas tented before entering school.
Come in any time. No i-bargs for the
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
J 10 BTATF? STnUDT.
Tumalapias. Berkley. Palo Alto
IBll 1BH ZK
Strike in the City of
But Little Change in the
Trouble Not Yet Settled in Cleveland
llr Aorlntrd I're to tlir Jonrnnl
Ni:w Yohk, July 10. A strike lwgan
this morning on the Second Avenue
line of the Metropolitan street Hallway
Company on the Manhattan side of the
river. Alsint half the men quit work.
The strike is not authorized by the
There Is little changu in the llrooklyn
strike situation. Tho damage to Filth
Avenue elevated structure caused
by dynamite explosion was repaired
Wam.ack, July 10. At Corcoran mur
der trial, John Kelly, the pump man, of
the Tiger mine, tcstllled to seeing Cor
coran at Hurke at f p. in. April LV. Tho
train was not yet in. ' Martin Dunn saw
Corcoran in a saloon at 11:15.
Ci.KVM.ANn, July 111. The six bund
drcd longshoremen whowenton strike
at Krle docks yesterday are still out
Ci.r.viii.ANti, July 10. Little change
In the strike situation today. Tho ears
are being run at Irregular Intervals. So
violence lias been rupnrted.
Ciiicmiu, July 10. Chicago Hrewers
and striking workmen have come to an
agreement and nil breweries have re
INDIAN FtQHTfin HONORED
He Defeated and Routed the Warnorn of
Combined Tribes In Eastern
The name of General tleorgo Wright,
Indian lighter has been honored and
made a part of thu nomeuculturu of tho
Pacific Northwest. The new military
I tout near Spokane, hitherto called New
Fort Spokane, will hereafter lo olllclally
known as 1-ort Wright. An order to
this effect was recently issued by the
war department, as follews:
"General Order, No. 11KI. Headquar
ters of the Army, AdjutnuKiciicrul'
Ollice, Washington, July 0, 18M). Tho
following order from the war depart
ment is published for the information
and guidance of all concerned :
War Department, Washington, July
5. 1800. lly direction ot the president,
the new military jsiMt near tho city of
HjKikaiio. Wash., will hereafter bo known
as Fdrt Wright, in honor of thu late
George Wright, colonel, Ninth infantry,
and brigadier-general, Cuited States
volunteers, who, with u considerably In
ferior force, defeated the combined
trllnts .of HiMjknuoH, Cour d'Arlenes,
l'nlousos and Fund d'Oreilles, near Sixik -
line plains, on tho Cth of September,
...vn .' . . ' . ...if
itvin, ami wno was drowned juiy w,
lou.. In the wreck of tho steamer
Hrotlior Jonathan, while on his way to
assiimo oiiiiimaud of thu department of
It. A. Alokii, Secretary of War.
"On tho morning of the 101 h of May,
1858, Major Kdward Steptoe, Tenth
United States Infantry, with a small
command of 110 men, who had Ihioii
wnit into the Bpokuuo country to seize
some mauraders of the Pnloiiso trilsi,
found himself, while in tho vicinity of
tho Sniiko river, uuoxcctcdly in tho
face of it force estimated at from 1000 to
1600 HjiokaiHM, Puloitsos.Couer d'Aleues,
Yiikluuis and others, and after a nntft
TV Tf 'T ff TT IV '
los. Meyers &
Z Wc are renovating
h ded a large well lighted wrap department, turned our old
wrap department into a hosiery, underwear and corset de
partment, turned our old hosiery department into a fine um
brella department, in short we will open up this Fall with a
fine new stock of goods and a modern arranged store We
invite you to our GREAT SALE during the next 30 days
WE WILL SURPASS X TC A X A fTPFJAT Q AT O
ALL FORMER EFFORTS IN THIS tH-ft I 0YLJ3
1A L ll U a liii ill t Aili ilil;iAiiiiiUii i li. Al 14, fi ,
Makes tho food more
gallant resistance lasting throughout
tho wholo day, was enabled to retreat
during the night with small loss.
"This light resulted in a league of all
tho most powerful tribes in that sec
tionsthe Spokauos, Conor d'Alones,
l'nlousos, Yakimas and Nor. l'erces. A
geuearl outbreak took phco; small
parties of whites woro cut off In overy
part ot the country ', tho safety of Fort
Walla Walla was threatened, tho In
dians becoming everywhere Ixdd, de
fiant and Insulting. A forco of troops
was hurriedly assembled under the
command of Colonel George Wright
eomiKvied of troops C, KHU and I, First
dragoons; battcrls A, 11, C, K, and M,
Third artillery; companies H and K,
Ninth infantry, and met these com
bined tribes, numbering from COO to
TOO worriors, hear Spokane plains, and,
after a continuous fight which lasted
over hcvcn hours and and ranged over a
distance of II miles, the Indians were
"The effect of this light was tho tin-
quntillcd suhmsslon of Coeur d'Aleues,
the disposition of the other tribes, nud
ultimately tho subjection of tho whole
"llv command of Major-Genera
"11. C. C'OItlllN,
Twelve .Wember.s of an Expe
llr Aumii'lnlcil I'remi In tlir Jonrnnl.
SuATn.i:, July 10. A loss of twelve
iuciiilHrri of the steamer Klk oxpcdl
ttou to Kolzebite sound Is reported.
They iorishcd at various (mints along
the trail bctw eon Setnwlek and Knyukuk
rivers. Among those who tiled were
Captain Charles Smith, uud Frank
Johnson, Port Hadlock, John
house, Whldhy Island, and Karl
iner, Port Townsond, Wash.
Hurruh, hoys. Hurrah!
Alger has resigned.
McKinley feels bettor.
Roosevelt's thu num.
Hut he won't take the Job.
Anyway, the army
will get bettor
AN ATTORNEY'S FEE.
AdmmisUtor of Parish Estate Says It In
Salem Special : There is a promise of
a warm contest over tno claim of W.
. S. lleebo. of Portland, against the estate
of J. I. Purrlsh for flOOO attorney's fees
rf'l... ...I...I..I...-..1... I III... I - .
The administrator has lllcd a demur
rer, setting up that the etitloii does
not slate facts sullleleut to constitute
u ciiiibo of suitor action ; that tho petition
does not state any matter whureiu the
court can ground any Judgment or
decree, or uivu the K)tlttoncr any relief
against said administrator; that tho
court has no Jurisdiction of the subject
matter; that the court has no jurisdic
tion of the person of said itdinhiistrator.
Dr. K. V,'. Guiss uud sou at Woodburn
havu let n contract for a new brick store
Alnhuiiso Wurdle aged 'J I ymirs died
at Hillshoroof brain fever.
TrmrTf wrrrrTfrr wrrvr yryr
00R GREAT SALE!
GREAT SALE is
BUYERS are in
and remodeling our
delicious and wholesome
retwren co., iw von.
Are FigMinglor Tlieir
Indian Depredations Will Be
A Large Posse of Men After Indians
lly Aumiolnlrrt t'reaa in (he Jonrnnl.
Ciiicauo, July HI. A special from
Chadron, Nub., says a courier from thu
Cheyenne river bad lauds, South Dakota
brings a story of deprtslntlons commit
ted by Swift Hcar's band. A cowliny
came across thu hand while rounding
nil cattle. Swift Hear ordered him to
give up tho horse, which he refused to,
when a rllle ball ptorccd his leg, killing
his horse. IW reached camp at mid
The cowboys Immediately started on
tho trull of the band, overtaking them. .
Indians fired on tho posse. A battle
was waged along tho ratigu from thu
cliffs and rockH, The cowboys' horses
in tho valley below were stampeded,
leaving six inou with the Indians, who
outnumbered them five to one. Mike
Itltev was detailed to oscao through
tho Indian lino to go for belli. Twenty
llvo eowltoys heavily arimtl started for
t he scene of war from round-up camp.
Dknvkk, July 10. A hikh-IuI to the He
publican from Cheyenne. Wyo., says:
From a icliablo source It Is learned that
the Union Pacific has decided to make
Its Omahn-Ogden line a dottble-tracked
mad to meet tho demands of business,
Thu first section of additional track Is to
be built between this city uud I.nramlu,
over the Sherman mountain, a distance
ol fifl miles.
Mount Etna in Eruption,
Kojiic, July 10. There was mi errnp
tlon at Mount Ktua this morning, alter
loud suhttrniucau noises, tho crater
vomited forth dense columns of smoke,
followed by enormous masses of sapd,
Several severe cnrthqunkoshockH have
From thu rolling Columbia river
To Oregoiis' Southern laud,
Tho wheelmen know which way In go
Tollnd Hills A 'Inn's stand.
AmUw hen they pass through on their
To their store their way they make,
Thev stop their wheel ami belter feel
After they drink a cool milk shako.
I04 8tato Bt.
CiilC'Aoo, July 10. Heittoiubei 703,
Cash 9m 72.
8ak Fiiancikco, July, 10. Cash 1.07)4
store, We have ad