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SALEM, OREGON TUESDAT; SEPTEMBEH 20 1899.
I DID YOU EVER
What it costs you for a few days' nccoimxtntloii nt n credit
PtoruY U'h no nrcomndatloti. You pav nil eiitirinoiH iniereei.
The Interest Is e,oneenled In the prices "hut it's there.
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
1h ii strictly one-priced e.iph store. You ibn't pay your neigh
bora' debt when you tleiil with them Imetl xsible prion
I SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY,
rnilerwenrJuiKchlrts overalls gloves, ladlca'and gents' fern-
lulling irooiln. notion').
The cji'it en 1 1 plan means low prices.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
Cor. Commercial and Chemekela Sts.
275 Commercial St.
We have just
They are the
WILSON AIR TIGHT HEATERS.
The latest pattern of the best
Air Tight Heater in the Market.
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
a .. .. Q.nr,1-rt1r nt
re our ou6"w'-
. ..1lxr wr11
plain staples at bottom
4o n trrrA breaker at
.i , . i 1
St thenTyooare not -dy to buy feeling
,. ia i ,i r?n vour oatronagc when you are ready
CtJllHUCIlV VJUi UAiWWJ
.b. .a. a J jam .- r t w - rv aa-:
Shoes are selling fast. Our
l:all Stock now in, all bought
before the late advance in
leather, and we are going to'
sell them below any body.
Call and see our styles and
get our prices.
J re HOUSE FURNISHERS a 11
tlir nrrsent timC- But
"i- i 7 1
Rttnnlird With tllC more
prices, Our plain,
Both Round and Squar
. fufr siOWll 111
ihj w w i . .b. v w -
Two Days Ahead of
Cannons Thunder in His
Tho Admiral Will Go to Tompkins
Ill- Anaiu'lnlnl Prraa to Itir Journal.
Xkw Yoiik, Sept. ad. Much to the
i surprise of everyone ill tho city, tho
I Olyinpla with Admiral Dewey on Inurd,
I arrived off Sandy Hook light ship tit
I 5:o5 this morning. Tlie Olympiu stiilel
fioin Olbrnlttir Septeinher 10.
There wisti heavy mint In the sea and
ut llrst tho murine observers, were In
elined to think the vessel sighted might
be the Chicago, ltenr Admiral llowlon's
ling ship, himlly believing Dewey would
urrive two day abend of time.
Doubt wan coon cleared away, bow
over, mill us pawing vewolti rcoogiilcd
tholhigidiip from Manila buy, there was
u eoiitinous blow iiiK of whistles, in Mi
lute. The llag-diip Olymphi, with . Ad
mirul D.iwey on board, pinned inside
Sandy IIiHik nt ":U o'clock this morn
iniiig, ami anchored in the lower bay
below the. "Spit."
Ah soon ni anchor was dropped, an
orderly was sentushoro with dosHitibea
f i oin the admiral and other ollleurs.
lie mid ship bad n pleasant trip iiitosh
tbeAtlantleaud that all on board were
Tho Olympla's crew were put to work
Immediately donning the ship, and
many small vowel are willing around
her and the number Is belli)? augmented
The admirals early arrival was a mat
ter of groat concern to the city authori
ties' who are arranging for New Vork'n
olllclal wulcomo. Tho secretary of the
reception conimltteo went to the city
ball early and at once Issued a rail for a
meeting of tlie ootuinitteo.
Mayor Van Wyek hurried to his of
lice, vvhere ho found tho follow ill)? tele
I "The Olviiinla arrived thin morning.
Will km to Touipklimyille tomorrow.
. tieo. Dovvoy."
The mayor authorized the calling to
gether of all of tho city's ooniinlttoe and
lulegrHiiw were cent uut calling on mem
lwmof yiuIouh nftimiiiitew to meet ua
ipiickly an potslblo at the city hull.
A Koyal Welcome.
Xkw York, Pct. an. Today for the
tlrt time in many yearn an mlimrnl
salute was tired in New York bay.
Tort lliuie.sk saluted with 17 gun
when the Olympm lasted, coining l
On the terrrti-e Mow the iiinraiitiu
high back dining chair
Salem. We will be
3-M AT. ZT. JL M-
station are letters nine, feet high spelling
"Welcome Home." Kear-Admlral
1'hilip, at Brooklyn Xavy Yard, detailed
Lteut. Dewey, nephew of tho Admiral,
to go up on nnvy yard tug, Tralllc, and
proceed to Pnndy Hook to meet tbead
mirul. The tug carried besides tho mall,
Manila medals for tho otlleern mid crow
and a silver service for tho olllcer, pre
sented by the town of Olympta, Wash
ington, and the Dewey shield for the
battleship. Committees will meet Ad
miral Dewey late today.
Yaqul Indians Not Vanquished as Kt-
(Ir Aaaoclntr.l Treat tu tlir Jnarnnl.
Austin, Tex., Sopt. 20. Judging from
the reports reaching hero from OriU,
state of Sonera, Mexico, tho Ynuul In
dlnti warfare Is rapidly growing worse
instead of abating.
I.teutenaut Majcrau has arrived at
Torres on his way to tho City of Mexico,
to make olllclal reports as tothoprogress
of the campaign. Ho says there has
been no cessation In tho war being
waged against the IudiaiiH but they
have scattered Into small bands, and
an' now vigorously waging a guerrilla
warfare, and that the Mexican soldiers
hae adopted similar tactics and art!
also divided into small scouting parties'.
There aro freijuent engagements, the
Indiana harassing the Mexicans with
attack from secure jtoMitlons In tho
mountain roads, not infrequently cans-
I lg much toil of life among (lie seldiers:
with little barm to themselves,
Oonoral Torres. In comma nil of the
Mexican troops, aks the Mexican war
department to.'ond a force of rumloi to
aid him, and It Is thought they can ren
der very effective service against the
Indians. The Ympils hold the ruralcs
In great dread, as they are their old
time enemies ami a most formidable
During tho past 10 days a great many
minors have arrived at Ortlx, having
b.'cn driven out of tue mountains by the
threatening situation, and nil bear tides
of murder and bloodshed. Dozens of
skirmish lights have resulted, in which
a number of soldiers and Indians buvo
lieon killed and several miners have
lost their lives. Many of them have de
serted pa) lug mines in order to save
Tlie entire country tributary to tho
uprising is In a state of fermentation,
and all tho Americans are leaving as
rapidly as possible. Dividing tho sol
liers Into small squads scatters the war
over a long range of inotintutn territory,
and every section of the Yaqul country
J. Uarclay and Forrest I'errens are in
I'undi.btiw, Or., Hept. 'M. J. Itarclay
nginl '.'I, and I'orrost 1'errous, aged '.'I,
who were arrested on thu oviirlond un
seiiger tniill at this lilut, mid held
pending the arrival of Hheriff Hunting
ton, of IMker City, who to!cgraphel
Sheriff Itlukeley here. They are wauled
for holding up the stage between On
tario and Hums.
Kotb disclaim knowledge of any reas
on for their detention. Uarclay bud n
bulldog pistol and fotl on his ersou,
and Ferrous alsmtflo. They hud no
baggage nor anything to connect them
with the stage hold-up.
Sheriff Huntington, whuii told thu
men's 111111114, telephoned In reply thut
they were tho men ho wanted for the
hold-up. Those iiiun are supSMieil lobe
the one win) planned to rob thoOrogcil
fchort Line train at Ontario. No inure
Hirtloiilurs are known here.
(-he Caughcd Up.
I'mmilwov, Or.. Sept. . Sheriff
Huntington, of lUkr, while in llnnt
iugtou,eomMilinl the inotliHr of out of
the lsys urrestwl here for stage robUiry.
to tliK..rK. six hiliHlrwl ami efghty did-
lure oftlte UhhikiihI dollurs the Ixys
t.stk from the mulls on the stage.
Kurwl 1'urrw Is hSiIiii ly ami will
le reuiHHalwretl M iMting in tin ttaWui
Ixwpitul n fow yours ago for twwtiiMfiit,
bw ifullmr Imvlug lil here In Halsm
lal spring ami was Isurtwl at Mai-leay.
To ere I-a Orlpit. tp "", eipttlill)
lU Uct. Jid Uke lit, Mllcf NeoUit.
Rwlizaliuii Uclter Than Imagination.
To r.tiluu- the iUalitrm of my fruits,
t.- irein. ertsiiii i-I. aixl mndki, W
.. Uste tliem. My cMIttt rrms
I'm sow are wiUiin yMir hikhhs, awl
ooit- lrl nfr iUsumI. Call at U.
Ih.o It-m. IW rHate M.
Now tlie next tliintf is where will we do our
trading We all want Shoes, Underwear, Hat,
Caps. Uloves, Sox. Hose, and a jreat many Dry
Goods- Now. I will tell you. John, ilut we can
save money by trading at
THB PAIR STOR B
iniim for I have nriced their iroods and know
they are all right. Keally. John, I feel lil
ought to tell everybody hat they can get
for their money at I HE I-AIR SfOUn in
ilMn mv nhct else.
proprietor. 274 Commercial Street,
Given By tlie Tennes
for Another Round
Enemy's Losses Estimated at Forty
Ilr Aaaurlnlril I'rraa In llir Jnurnnl.
Wasihsiiton, tn'pt. 117. -V Dispatch
from Manila to the war department
states thut general Snyder attacked the
Ksitiou of the insurgents live miles west
of Cebu and destroyed seven forts and
quite a mimlicr of smooth liore cannon.
The insurgents were utterly routed
and Snyder returned with bis force to
Cebu. The Tennessee regiment was
already aboard the trausMirt to come
home, but disembarked to take part in
the engagement. Our loss was one
killed, four wounded. Kuemy's loss Is
estimated at forty.
Encouraging News From Yorktown'a
lly AaaiH'Inlnl I'rraa It, (tie J.iurunl.
Nkvv Yoiik, Sept, !M. A dlnpatih to
the Herald from Manila, says:
Two KugllHiimcii, who asert that
lliey were shipwrecked lua sinull iqieli
lsi.il near lligaua, at the. northern end
of l.iirou, bring in a message from the
liistirgeut-geueral, l'autela, that four
teen American prisoners, who am now
held at Tarlac, will Ihi releasisl on
Tuesday or Wednesday.
The Knglishmen stale further thut
Lieutenant J.C. Oilinoreand the cap.
tunil Isiatcrew from the Yorktown aie
still at Hlgana, but will U releiwd
later lliarconlence with the decision of
the Filipino congress ami the subse
quent decree of Agiiiualdo providing for
tho surrender of all American prisoners.
The admitted purKiso of the Fili
pinos In thus freeing Americans Is to
impress foreign isiwcrs, Thu Kugllsh
men say that Lieut, (lillmoru mid his
men are not Iteiug treated well.
The rclciVKMl Kngllshmeu assort that
three Americans who were tukeii prison
ers have ii.ivpted eommlssious in tho
Insurgent army. live tlllcers of the
Jupaucso oriiiy are assisting the Iniur
gents, Thu Filipino authorities Mint
word that no trace ciiu li found of Cap
tain Itis'kfeller ol the Nineteenth In
fantry. Cadet Wood Killed.
Wasiiisoto-S, Scpt.11. The navy do-
iluimrttiiwit IihIuv ricelvisl from Ad
miral Watson, a cabb-gram auiioiiuuliig
the capture and ditstruvtliui of the gun
UmI Urdanela. The Admiral bwrns
through Insurgent soiimw that her
OHiiinandiir, Naval Cadet Wellsirn C.
Wissl, wus killed In uctloli. Thefutnof
the urew is not known.
IUi.timoiik, Mil., tM.pl- 1 UnlttHl
StuU'S Senator Widllugtou has rosigunl
the chulriiwnahip of the lUqmhlhftiii
stute tentrul committee, In ueeouUiwe
with rwpiestof (iovernor liwinles, win)
is a eandldate for riveleetlon on the lb
imblliiuu ticket. Thoimu J. Hhyn.'k
I was elected to siltH,-.! him. hhyri'k Is
state treasurer. In temlerliig ins remg
nation Senator Wellington delivered
sjMnHili, In whlehheiuciiMMl the governor
of double dealing and trmu'hery, uihI nl
.lfel that, In Minjiiiwtton with VilHiUt
MtCoiw. Congriswiimii MwM ainl
others, the ehl( exeetitlfe hal Ume
into a eoiiildiiatlou Uidwitroy the ttk.
er's future sdltlcul pnqs"'ts.
Washi. Kei.t. !. Tlwuias
IlHtit, Mmllisfii, Neb., h l-n apliit
wl teaalwr lu the (uiiilaull IlslUn
(M, I'uyallHp sgfiwy, Wh.
O. P. DAUNBY
Head-End Collision Between Passencer
and Freight Train.
Ilr Aa.iiflnlril l'rra tn tlir .Innrnnl
AimuiiN, Sept. S.M. A head-end col
lision between the New York Central
iwssenger train and a freight train oc
curred this morning about holf a mile
west of this vlty, and as a result three
people are dead, two are fatally hurt
and four seriously Injured.
Thedeadare: Kininet tanctotn, of
Rochester, engineer of freight train J J.
Q. Curry, Rochester, llreinan of freight
train; James K. King, of Skaneatles.
Fatally Injured: It. J. 1'ruw, of
Geneva conductor passenger; Thomas
Dugau, engineer passenger.
Thefrieght train wos several hours
late, mis making fast time, and when
the two trains came In sight of each
other tho speed was so great that a stop
could not bo made.
Highhanded Work of the Voters at Ha
vana, Ilr Aaant-laiFil I'rraa la tlie Journal
Havana, Sept. I'd. Tho election of
delegates to the municipal convention
has taken place, the voting tables Mug
well attended. In some Instances there
was an utter lack of onler, the crowd
taking charge of the tables, ami those
coming actually snatching the can It
from others who were ulnuit to vote
against thu candidates of the former.
Juuii-tliiulbertn tlomex asserts that all
kinds of iKilltloul opinions art! renre
sented In the n.en chosen. Some favor
Maximo (ionic, others supMirt the
incinliers of the former military iissuin-
bly, although there Is still a desire ti
raise the race question,
Hlgsbce'a Daughter Dead,
Ilr Aaaiii'lnlr.l I'rraa to llir Journal.
Xkw Yoiik, Sept. '.'il, Captain ('has.
I). Hlgslieo left tils vessel, the battle
ship Texas, which is at anchor with
the rest of the licet In thu hay, ami
sturte.; for HehiiU'lh Ik'iicb, Del.,
having nvelveil a telegram from thai
place announcing that bis daughter,
Kthcl had died suddenly of heart
Rejected Wheat Wanted.
We have orders for two Imiiilratl
tons of rejected or off grade wheat.
Those having such call ut our olllce at
J1KI Slate street.
A. M. Humi'Iiiikv il rn,
HIGH AUT CANDIIIS.
EXTRA VANII.A CHOCOl.ATUS
CAI.IFOHNIA CHIJVVING CANDY
l-LLIS & '.INN'S
3i A a c
VAJ,A.' rMfl-i You see it advertised in all the
enetian Liiotn ,e:KinK, jminwu of fashion.
WE HAVE IT IN ALL SHADES. 50 inches wide.
SL25 and S175 a yd,
D.a a A very beautiful fabric woven for Oregonians.
rlUClie j wjf n0 5p0t bjp, or fade, will stand the rain
without shrinking. We have it in durable shades.
T aiRSOLUIELY fouRE
Makes tho food moro delicious and wholesome
On tlie Transvaal By
Tho Latest Despatches From Johancs
Ilr ' torlnlr.l I'rraa l Hi .Innrnnl.
InNiM)S, Sept. '-'(I. The olllclal of the
foreign olllce last evening gave out the
text of the letter of the secretary of
state for the colonics, Joseph Chamber
lain, to the llrltish high commissioner
111 South Africa, Sir Alfred Mllner,
dated Septenilier 'HI. The llrltish reply
expresses regret thut her majesty's offer
No. ft, of ScptcmW H, has been re
fused, and says:
"The object bur majesty's government
has In view lu the recent negotiations
has Inhiii stated in a manner which can.
not admit of misapprehension, vli' To
obtain such Itnmcdiuto representation
from Ditluiiders as will enable them to
sivure for themselves that fair and lust
treatment which was formally promised
them In IHHI, mid which her majesty In
tended to secure for them when she
grunted privileges of Kclf-uovcriiutout to
the Transvaal, Xn conditions less coin
prohciislvo than those contained In the
lelegiam of Hepteuilsr H iiuii Ihi relied on
tut'ffivt that object.
"Thu refusal of the South African gov
ernment to entertain the offer thus
made, coming, as It doits, after four
mouths of protracted negotiations,
closes live years of extended agitation,
ami makes It useless further to pursue
dlseiissloil on the lines hitherto followed,
and the imperial government is now
eompollfd tu consider the situation
afresh and to formulate its own pro
poHuls for a Dual sutllement of the Is
sues which have Ikhiii created in
South Africa by the policy couatuntly
followed for many years by the govern
ment of the republic of South Africi. It
wllleoiuiiiiiiileuto tho result of its tie-
lllsiratloiis lu n later dUpulcli."
England ttlilvlug for I'cacc.
Minimis, Sept. ail. The general feel
lug iniililillug that of pro-Doers, us ill
j)oy&j0Vi k Sonbp
UTH.UHO (,-dMMICUOIAI. MT, COM.
Gooilb Depurtnient ib huleetl
to biilcm. we are siidwiiik'uii
weaves, colors siul Xiltens.
Foreign buyeis claim that Crepons will
be very good for Fall and next Spring.
We show them from
SI a yd to S 25 a suit.
We have the heavy double face plaids for
capes and skirls tlie best shown in Salem
S2,50 and $3 a yd,
showinir a mixed line of Dress
worth 50c to SI a yard, for
37c a yd. to close out
EQwflf II CO., NtW YOM.
I ilicated by the articles In tho afternoon
' papers today, Is that tho published dis
t jmtch of secretary of state for tho col
.onliV Chamberlain to tho llrltish high
commissioner In South Africa, Sir Alfred
Mllner, clears the way for peace If the
Itoers deelro it. In any event it Is
iwlntod out that It affords further delay
which, lu the case of Great llrltnln, Ii
certainly ailvautii)ieous as It gives time
for reinforcement nt the garrisons nt tho
JoiiANNMituito, Sept. 20. Von Veit
heim, thu former trooper lu tho Cape
ixillcc, who shot and killed Wolfe Joel,
nephew, partner and wxecutor of the
late Harney Iturnuto, in Johannesburg,
In March last year, after fulling In an
attempt to black mull, has been arrested
while crossing the frontier. It Is raid
thut he was returning w Ith thu object of
giving the government information.
O.vi'i: Towx, Sept, ail. A great mini
Isirof Johannesburg refugees are ar
riving here dully. The relief committee
is pitying every attention to those who
urn lu need of assistance.
Joubert heilrainlng the Doer.
I.0NH0N, Sept. 111. A times "(mhiIiiI
from Jehannesburg: Ittinrts am heard
on all sides of the eagerness of thu lloers
to start hostilities, tlie KstM)iioment Is
mild to bo wholly due to the restraining
lullticncoof lien. Joulsirt. It Is helieveii
this lulliiciico cannot be exereiseil much
Cuiuumiitlon nTrr ilrlkm a uj-
ilea bio It crwi. Its way along.
Klntt, It ii a cold, than n llttli
ackmrt rnuch: thvn I
then aliarilurCdDuli, tlmn the furor,
tliu night sweats, and livmurrhngvs.
IklttlT stuu ttlll UUC.-UO MllllS 11 u
ynt crael'log. You can do It with
Your nmgh diaapiwars, your lungs
lual, yoor throat lNinnw strung.
Twu !: 11.00; We.
A ruro U lwutenl by placing
nrir ths cHesvoba o
Dr. Aycr's Clurry Pectoral Plsiler
J (J ATr.ll CO. UlwU, MaM.
Ciiicaim), Beiil. ail. Dicembei 7U,
mil "f. Cash 71 ,
Han Fiivstiwo. Sept. an, Cash 1M.
We invite you to inspect our
goods and be convinced that
they are exactly as advertised.
We have the
Largest Clothing Store
In Salem C X J
And pride ourselves on giving
good values. New line of
75c to S6
We are closing out a line of
King's Trousers, worth $7.50,
For S5.75 a pr.
ED 248 COMMERCIAL ST.