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SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1899,
Cold Weather Goods
At greatly reduced prices at the
New York MM
Men's heavy wool socks 25c foriuor price 35c
Men's heavy wool socks 20c former price 25e
Men's heavy wool socks IGc former prlco 20c
Ladles hose In proportion
Men's heavy long duck coats flannel lined $2 50.. former price $3 00
Men's heavy sht.rtduck coats ilannol lined $1.00. .former prlco 81 00
Men's heavy short duck coats llannel lined $1 ...former price $1 25
Mens boys and youths overcoats reduced In proportion to the
above, they uro grent bargains. Mens and boys mackintoshes re
duced as follews: men's wool $5.05 to $4.75, $3.05 to $3, heavy
twilled $1.00 to $1.50, $1.45 to $1.25, bojs wool mackintoshes $3 to
$2 25, heavy twilled $1.50 to $1.25.
AJ1 kinds of rubbers, In boots and overshoes, for ladles, Rents nnd
children greatly reduced In all lines. Call and sea them.
All kinds of winter underwear at prices reduced to close out these
lines for men, womon and children.
Now Is the time to lay in your supplies for use the balance of this
season, and the same wilt be ready for next year's use. Huy them
now for the next year, and save a heavy per cent on the purchase.
Neu) York Racket
Our prlco. 81 30f$2.00
Our prlco. n
Our price 30
Our price. - w
Our prlco 2 00
Our prlco f go
SALEM SHOE STORE,
R. II. LEABO,
88 State Street,
Our $3,50 Patent Leather and Enamel
shoes for menMlie kind that used to cost
you S5. Dressy footwear, Try a pair,
. I 94 State street, aaiem, wrcgou
WITHE, ONIONS, KIT AMD
(OREGON GllBBN AND DRIED FRUIT CO. 5S Stale Street, Salein.lOre
Only One Week
Fully 25 per cent saved on every pur
chase In our store. Never think you
can buy as cheap clsowhere. They can
not meet us. Thoy have neither the
facilities, ability nor disposition to
Ladles' MIpscs' and Children's, Gent's
Boys' and Youths sold oyerywhero ut
Our prlco - 1 50
Our prlco - 1 25
Our price 1 00
fliir nrli'n 85
Ladles' Rubbers, all sizes 25
Men's short Kubbcr uoots a uo
Men's thigh Rubber Boots 2 50
Next door to Ladd & Bush s Bank
fl 8MflRi. l vA
FOR ALL TRADES.
A man might as-welj try to work
with his hands alone unless he has
the tools that help.
Is none too good for tho man that
does the work.
can always be fouud at
lOur Losses Small but the
Enemy Suffer Heavily
Xy Aaaoclntctl Preaa to the Juurnnl.
Manila, Feb. 11,-2:30 p. m. Early
today the monitor Mouadnock and
cruiser Charleston began dropping
shells Into the rebel camp batweon
Ualoocan and Malahon. The enemy's
sharpshooters were In the Jungle
between and lnvvo been particularly
annoying since daylight, so much so,
that the third artillery drove the
rebels out of the jungle at noon,
Meantime a few mor.o of our men
were wounded. The loss of the enemy
is estimated at tlfty killed and
wounded to one American killed or
Five p. m. Heat today knocked out
many more or our men than did the
Flllpplno's bullets. Fully a score
were taken to the hospital. The rail
road has been upcu to Culuocun and
supplies arc being forwarded.
Manila, Feb. 11 The following
additional particulars regarding the
capture of Caloocan havo been ob
talned. The Insurgents havo boen
concentrating at Caloocan unjl Otis Is
determined to attack them. lie In
structed the commanders accordingly
and reauestcd assistance from tho
naval forces. Mujor General Mac
Arthur reported all ready and received
tho rollowiug message:
"The commanding General orders
you to go ahead with the program.''
The attack began Immediately, the
monitor Monadnock and cruiser
nh lrloston shelled Caloocan and tho
.(itinirv nnrtli for liatf un hour. Mn-
caroliurs artillery did elfecilve work
ifrtiui tho hill In tho rear. (Ic11r.1l
1 11. . ..!.... fllu ultlk 11 tirlmwln fnn
I1UIIISUIIW un nun ......-- -..
818ting of the Kansas regiment, Mon
tana regiment, and the third artillery
regulars, acting as Infantry, ad.
vanccd handsomely, pushing, forward
In tho face of the Filllplno bullets a
cheerfully as II they had been snow-
balls. Tho enemy were utterly
.... a n.).lnilr nil t'fiimrfl flrltia"
IUUH.U. ail uu nm - a
and "recall" were Bounded, The
troops wero then marched through
Caloocan nnd north of It. McArthtir
established at left at Caloocan and
strengthened his linos for night. lly
tho capture of Caloocan the control
of much rolling stock of tho
Manila and Dagupan railroad
was dbtulned. The city Im now
quieter and business Is better than at
1 IloNuKoNO.Fcb.Jl.-The Filllplno
j Junta has issued a statement saying
I that the American version of the re
' cent fight Is utterly false. The Amor
I leans commenced bombarding by the
! treachery of Otis,
Wabhinuton, Feb. II -The War
department received tho following
Manila, General Mac Arthurs
division Is north of the Paslg river.
Yesterday his lert wlng.Otls' brigade,
made a partial wheel to the right,
rwetinif lnfton Caloocan, where the
Insurgents were sharply driven, leay
im? imoud many dead. Our casual
ties were three killed, thirty rour
wounded. The forces engaged were
tho Twentieth Kansas, First Mon
tana, Third artillery, Thirteenth
Minnesota and the First Idaho. The
troops are In excellent condition and
...nniini with nil tho necessarlea Tho
hospitals, notwithstanding all the
wounded, hare fewer patients than
before the engagement of the 4th and
tiftu. V 'ay's engagements were
most 9'if ssful. It la the belief or
nhi residents here that Agulnaldo
will &e unable to gather in me iu-
ture any conslderabla force.
London, Feb. U.-A dispatch from
Manila describing the capture or
Caloocan, dwells upon the excellence
of the American plans and precision
with which It wis carried out. The
"At four p. m. the American troops
ceased firing then tho army fired
thrco guns at an Interval of ten
seconds, signalling tho advance of the
wholo line; tho Kansas regiment
leading through tho jungle. The
rebel's left wing was diverted by
Major Bell and one hundred men. It
was like clockwork. No hitch
anywhoro. Ten thousands rebels,
demoralized by the shells of tho
Americans, advanced In open order
at 500 yards, there was a halt, then a
charge and the rebels were stampeded
from the trenches. The Americans
rushed on without firing and used
their bay riots and butts of their
rifles. Tho slaughter was tremend
ous. Today ships are shelling beyond
Caloocan. Tho Americans will prob
ably reach Malabon today and Matolos
In a fortnight.
WASiiiNOTON.Fob. 1 1. Representa
tive Wheeler, introduced resolution
proposing tho thanks of congress nnd
tho Amorlcan people to Major Gen
eral Elwcll S. Otis and onicors and
men of his command for their gallant
and successful action at Manila.
Frank Rlttor, of Ogden, general
ngent or the United States Fidelity
Quraranty Company for Utah, U In
the city to remain a few daye.
DALY TEXT BOOK BILL.
1 . . r
Opposition Forges a Committee Report lo Gain
The Fine Work Comes From an Agent .of the American
Book Company In the Commlttoo
Let all friends of tho public schools, who want to see hotter and cheaper
text-hooks adopted and the unholy cinch of tho toxt-book trust broken for
ever In Oregon rally to tho Btato house Monday afternoon. By tho offorts of
r- i.-innn Mia nniw tnvt.hnnir rnfnrm hill was made a special order for
Monday at . 'J o'clock and Speaker Carter has ruled that order cannot bo
The efforts of the American Uook Co. through Its agents and lobby In
this legislature arc bolng lata ftaro. 'Debate lb tho House discloses that the
clerk of the committee forged a report to crcato controversy and delay, for
which nono of tho committee arc directly responsible and which a majority
denounce as a bold and barofaccd forgery.
Tun Journal does not agrco with tho position of Representatives
Whalleyof Portland and Marsh of Washington, and will glto them credit for
honestly and sincerity of purposo In doing all they havo done. Mr. Whalloy
la an educated man educated we aro told for tho ministry. Mr. Marsh Is a
farmer and wo believe wants to do what Is right.
But the entire committee has been supplied with mis-Information, preju
dice, bias and deviltry by one Austin Craig, of Hlllsboro, whoso record as
editor of the Washington county Hatchet and county superintendent of
schools has been that of a devoted tool of tho Amorlcan Book Co.
In their late campaign ho published their stereotyped plates for pay and
ho 1ms been hero as a committee clerk during thlc entire session armed with
tholr deylvous argumonts, and evidently protecting their Interests. UBlng his
knowledge nnd position of county superintendent for forty days at tho expense
of tho state to defeat legislation that
He Is dead against tho Daly bill or any bill but tho present system, and may
bo so honestly for all we know. Hut tho cxposuro of the forged report and
tho excuse offered by Mr. Whalley that he did It Inadycrtontly Is too thin.
Austin (irnltr soonis to bo a young Englishman of very smooth and quiet
m.w.iuMudu.uHiviu.nalw m ot Mil
nrcnn..,t nhnan tn iinnknr Cnrbett. Harvcv Scott. Governor Lord, Jo Simon
and that wing or the Republican party, That Craig Is a pure, holy and
saintly rrlond or tho public schools no ono can doubt (V)
(Continued on Fourth Page)
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as thoy cannot
reach tho diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to euro deaf
ness.and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Dearnes Is caused by an
infiiimrrl condition of iho mucous
lining or tho Eustachian Tube, When
this tubo is Inflamed you haye a rum
bling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when it Is entirely closed, Deafness Is
the result, and unless the Inflamma
tion can bo taken out and this tube
restored to Its normal condition, hear
ing will bo destroyed rorovcr; niue
cases out or ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inllamed con
dition or tho mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
rorany case or Dearness (caused by
i-ntnrrhi that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send ror cir-
cu,ar8RrjfiCHKNEV & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 7Cc.
JIall's Family Pills are the best.
The young men who tore down and
used ror ruel a rew sections of the Lee
Mission cemetery fence during the
coasting reason must renew the same
without delay or tuffer the penalties
or the law In such cases provided.
See section 057, chapter 7, Criminal
Code. W.T. IllODON.bec.
Salem Or. Feb. 0, 1899. 2--
mi...,niioi moAf.inir nf thn John A.
Logan, Veteran Reunion Association,
.... . i.A ,-, inn nf nfflrArH for the en
suing year, will lake place 1 at O. A. R.
Hall, Mchama, ur.,on reu. u, .
All that are Interested are cordially
invited to attend. 04W.
Mus. Anna Oabhatt,
John W. Ibvine,
Floods Averted by.
II r Anoclnteil I'rcaa to the Junrnnl.
Pendleton, Or. Feb. 11. Tho cold
weather has stopped tho melting . of
snow in tho mountains. There Is no
present danger of Hoods.
Over One Hundred Years Old.
llr Anaoelnteil I'rcaa to the Jonrnnl.
San Antonio, Tox Feb. 11. Mmo.
Candclnrla, the tjnly survivor of the
Alamo massacre, and ono of the his
torical persons of thlR country, died
this afternoon from an attack of tho
grip. She was 115 years of age, as
authenticated by her baptismal cer
tificates In tho records of the Catholic
llr Aaanclnicd I'rcaa tn the Jonrnnl.
Pennsylvania, Folr 11. No
Nkihiaska, Feb. 11. Unchanged.
Delaware, Fob. 11. Gray 16, Ad
drlcks 6, Chandler 13, Stevens 4.
Utah, Feb. 11. No change.
tho American Book Co. docs not want.
Reprcsontatlro Virtuoaud wire are
spending Sunday at Portland.
Mrs, Rudolph Prael has returned tn
Portland after a visit at Saloui.
Mls4 Ella Welch, or Lincoln school,
li spondlng a row days with friends
Misses Alma and Daisy Wagnor re
turned yesterday from a two months,
visit with relatives In San Francisco
N. M. Learned, who has beon laid
up with a sprained ankio sor some
time, Is again nbout, but still quite
The county court has concluded Its
February term und Commissioners
Davis and Mlley returned to their
Governor Geer went to Portland to
snend Sunday. Kit son Fred, and
daughter, Mrs. Downing, and nephew,
Pearl Geer, or Hliverton, were his
Mrs. Anna Nichols, local manager
or the Postal Telegraph, Is enjoying a
ylslt rrom her brother, R. II. Grnger
and her mother, Mrs. Oroger of Puy
allup. benator Selling went to Portland to
spend Sunday with hU family. He
says on a careful canvasa made toJay
therr are but eight senators wuo win
tote ror the svgar bcot bounty Mon
day. No-To-fac for r)ftjr Cant.
Quwiutd tobacco tablt aura, make -eik
ntn atrong, Wood para. Ma, 11. All druffgtata.
Senator Taylor Pleads for
to Indefinitely Postpont
Lost by 15 to 12.
SKNATK SATURDAY TOKBNOON.
The commltteo on cr-mmcrco re
ported favorably upon .B. Hi which
Is tho enabling act for romoyal of
county scats, but contended that only
tluee-tlrthet Instead of three-fourths
ot the yoters bo requited to petition
for removal, Daly of Lake moved to
inrkc It thrcc-rourths, which was lost
upon an aye and no vole.
Tho committee on counties reported
unfavorably upon II. B. 131, the sugar
bounty bill. Selling moved Indefinite
postponement, when President Taylor
called Senate Mulkcy to the chair,
and made an earnest plea fcr tho bill.
Ho admitted that tho case was hope
less, Ho portrayed how his vast re
gion of tho state was practically dis
franchised, how the valley and
Portland always draw on Eastern
Oregon for votes, for wealth, for com
mercial power, hut how when that
vast territory wants anything tho
western portion ot tho stato Is always
against tho eastern section. Fulton,
Brownoll, Reed, Kuykcndnll nnd
Driver expressed tho greatest sympa
thy with Eastern Oregon, and al
though they announced that thoy
wero against tho bill, they objected
to tho arbitrary stcn nronoscd.
Fulton mado a plea for opportunity to
iiirnnt n isxti rt mtt luo nnrl itlun tllla In.
uuuiiu u uiiif luiumu uuu nyvj wins - 1
inat.rv nt. niiutumnoMilntr fnr tt.rt oa 1
tabllshment. Haines and Mlchcll
thought the most humane woy to kill
a meusuro was to do It quickly. Tho
motion to Indefinitely postpono was
lost, and tho bill takes Its regular
Til HID RKADINO,
II. B. 182, Howe, regulating salatlcs
of onicors In Tlllumook county.
n. B, 374, Btlllman, withdrawing
school lands from sulo and fixing
Interest on school funds nt 0 per
cent. Mado a special ordor for 3
p. 111. Monday.
n. B. 100, Maxwoll, duplicate of
Loonoy's dairy bill.
Sonator Mulkey's constitutional
amendment resolution, placing the
wtato printer on a salary, was unani
Senator llazcltlno offered a resolu
tion authorizing an engrossed copy of
the resolution thanking Henry E.
Dosch for his services In .pushing tho
Donltlon.and as a member or tho boacd
or horticulture. The copy was not to
cost over 92A. Fulton asked u Dosoh
ludn't been well paid ror his sorvlces,
and the resolution was lost.
No morphlno or opium In Dr. MIW Vxpt
Piiaa. CUiiu All rain. "Ono coat a doea."
IT PAYS TO
you should look around.
Laces und Rings rrom 25 to GO per
cent cheaper than you havo been
paying. See our line
lleautirul now spring styles; why
not make that Shirt Waist not?
In values that aro unsurpassed,
lovely new ones, at prices that dofy
85c to $10 a pair,
And plain nets ror sash curtains; ulso
designed Iloblnettcs and Swisses.
15c to 60c yd.
NEWS FROM ANDREE.
His Remains ond Companions Found In
II Axaoclntcil Ircaa to the Jonrnnl.
Khabnovark, Siberia, Feb. II. A
gold mlno owner named Monastyrs
chin has received a letter saying that
a tribe of Turgusos, Inhabiting tho
Tlmlr peninsular, North Siberia, re
cently Informed tho Russian police
chief of tho district that on January
7 last, between Komo nnd Pit, In tho
provluco of Yeniseisk, they round a
cabin constructed of cloth and cord
ago, nppareotly belonging to a balloon.
Closo by were tho bodies of three men,
tho head of one badly crushed.
Around them were a number of In
struments, the uses of which were not
understood by tho Turgusos.
The poll co chief has started for tho
spot to Investigate, and It Is believed
that the bodlos nro those of tho
aeronaut Horr Andrce nnd his com
panions. (Tho balloon Eagle, with Professor
Andrco nnd two companions, Slrlnd
berg and Fronkol, In the car, left
Danes Islands, or tho Kplubcrgcn
group, July 11, 18U7, In an attempt to
cross tho north polar point. No
dctlcltc news of tho ucrnnauts has
been received beyond the message at
tached to a carrier pigeon, found by
the whaling bhlp Falkcn, which ar
rived nt Copenhagen September 2.
Tho messago read: "July 13, 12:3') p,
m. Latitude 82:C2 north, lunglt.udo
12:0", eastwird. All well.")
Washington Law Makers,
llr ANNOulntvil l'rra to the Juurnnl.
Ot.YMi'iA, Fob. 11. Tho appropria
tion bills passed the heuse:
$1,000 for oxtra exponses ot tho of
ttco of commissioner of public lands;
$000 fcr olllce exponses of state
For Stato Normal schoels: -Ellons-burg
Forty- II vo thousand; Whatcom
Forty-ono thousand; Cheney
Thlrty-ono thousand. Sonato passed
tho bill to reestablish tho ofllco or
grain commissioner. Bill calls for a
Another Cold Wave.
!)y Aaanclntetl l'rcaa to tho Jonrnnl,
Ciiioaoo, Feb, 11. Cold snnp on
again. Reports from many points
cast and west thow yery lo v tempera-
PirMMJno, Feb. 11. William1
Hartley at Butlor, Pa. and child of
Albort Huddle at Franklin, Pa.,
wero froz.cn to death,
DimtoiT. Fob. 11. Reports rrom
tho fruit raising sections of tho stato
aro to the effect that tho extromo
cold has been most disastrous to tho
crop or peaches und othor rrults.
Atlanta, Fob. 11. It Is estimated
that hair or tho Georgia peach orop
has bcon kill nnd tho othor half
greatly damaged as a result" of the
Denvku, Fob. It. Colorado Is In
grasp of a northor whloh promises to
Inflict enormous damngo to tho va
Notlco Is hereby given that tho mor
cantllo linn hcrctoforo existing and
known as S. A. McCall & Co., has
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
All accounts will bo collected and paid
by S. A. McCall.
H. A. McGam,,
P. A. Kahnku,,
Sa em, Or., Jan. 12. 1899, 1 12 4w
rain Iu no;.aow rth Dr, lilies' Tain Till
. . .l. ,!.- ......I. f.i imnilu
H will pay you to look at tho many sterling values shown by us.
An ndvunco shipment or our seleo
tlon ror spring, Is now on display,
lleautirul excluslvo waist patterns.
$3.50, $4.50, $0.
NEW LIBERTY BATIKS.
The correct ilroB limng nnd many
novelties In our lining department.
NEW CERISE CARDINAL
AND MARINE HLUE
Tho newest nt tract Ion, iu lovely
and effective sylcs.
To pull over your ears; lust tho
thing to keep out tho cold.
Remnants in All Lines at Clearance
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum britlnv powdm are the grcateat
menacers to health of the present day.
noiu. ammo rowptn co,. wtw took.
WANTS WAR SHIPS.
Haye Made Some Otters to Chilli end
Dr Aaaoolnted Preaa to the Jonrnnl.
Lima, Peru, via Galveston, Tor.,
Fob. 11. Great Britain, It has been
reported here, has offered to purchaso
tho Chllllan and Argentine warships.
Scnor Carlos Walker Martinez, min
ister of tho Interior, has demanded or
tho Bolivian minister. Dr. Emctorlo
Cano, a uuarantco or tho lives and
properly or tho Chllllans in Bolivia
during tho hostilities between Presi
dent Alonzo, of Bolivia, and the fed
eralists, or Insurgents.
The First Presbyterian Cburch,
Tomorrow Feb. 12, 1899. Public
worship with sermon by the pastor
Rcy. II. A. Kctchum, D. D. nt 10:30 a.
m. Text John 1-12. Thome "Tho
Inestimable Privilege of tho Bellovor
In Christ." Sabbath bcIiooI at 12 m,
Y . P. S. O. E service at 0:30 p. in. At
7:30 p. m. second lecture on "Bunyaa'n
Pilgrims Progro?s." Tsxt Psa. 00-lft
"Como nnd Hear, All Ye That Fear
God, and I Will Dcclaro What Ho
Hath Done for My Soul." Wo shall
bo glad to welcome you to theso ser
M. J. Ballantyne, presiding elder ot
tho district, will preach this evonlng
at tho United Evangelical church at
7:30 o'clock, nnd tomorrow morning
and evening, II. L. Pratt, pastor.
ConsuraDttoa neror strikes a buJ
r Ucn blow, it, cmopa iu war mon
Vint, t a a col J: thon a tt
hacking cough; then loss in weight;
thon a harder cough; tben tho rover,
tho night Bweau, and hemorrhago.
Ilottor ttoD tho dUeuo while it la
yet crooning. You can do It with
Your cough disappcare, your innga
heal, your throat becomea strong.
TwebIwjs: $1.00; DOc.
) A euro Is fastened by placing
over tho cheat ono of
Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral PUifcrs
J. O. AYKIl CO., Iaw11, Mn.
Ily Aaaoolulril I'rraa to the Journal.
Chicago, Feb. 11. May 731; cash
2 red 721.
San Fuancisco. Fob. 11 -May l.lii
vnllHI llO tllll IftSflr,
The North W6s
ley Kiss Is cold and cruel, but our
At closing prices will soon dispel Ita
With horizontal stripes; solid bodiej;
$1 and $1,25
NHW 01 NO II A MS
NKW PUFFS , ,,
NrW SPRING COATS
f.Hli jfciMlWli W jtean,