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SALEM, OREGON, F1UDAY MAY 5, 1899.
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Home Made Goods,
Specials: A very - select
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
New York. GET ONE FOR
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: Ask
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size you call
for we have hem. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Taken By Mac
Salem Woolen Mill Store
DIFFERENT STYLES of Stripes, Plaid
and Fancy Silks of all Grades. Call
and order from Samples and get it bran
new. Don't buy old shelf worn silks.
We also have a nice line of plain Silks of all colors.
A nice line of Notions, and Hosiery, and Underwear
General Luna of the Fili
pinos Reported Wounded
Down the Gauntlet to
Says the Transvaal Republic Knows its Own Inter
Rebels Make Several Dashes at the
309 North Commercial Street. I
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II r Aaauelntetl lreaa (it the Jouriutl.
Manila, May. . General MacAr
thur's divisou advanced to San Fern
undo today ami founds the iliu' evac
uated. MaeArthur occupied tlie burn
ing town without lo. The rebels south
of Manila attempted to rush through
General Overshino's line last night.
The attempt failed but the lebols
iniiintained a fusilado of musketry on
the fourth infantry for several hours.
Tlie demonstration was ineffectual be
yond Hearing the inhabitants of Malate.
The outjKHtH of the Idaho and Califoi
niii regiments beyond San Pedro Ma-
cati w'ero also attacked during the night.
Luwton is Htill quartered ut Halinagu.
Nkw Youk, May 5. A Manila din
patch to The Journal Hays: General
Luna was wounded in the lighting near
San Toiuni yesterday. The dispatch
also Hays that a monitor today Ih shell
ing Paranaque, Houth of Manila.
Will Not Cancel the Dynamite Concessions
Mado to tho People of Jo
ur Aimnclntnl I'rcaa to (lie Jonrnul.
Cai-ctow.v, May 5. Tho reply of President Kruoger, of thn Transvaal ropub
lie to the demand of the Hrltish Secretary Joseph Chamberlain, for cancellation
of tho dynamite concessions was published here today. President Kruegor con
tends that the concession is bonufldu and constitutes no breach of tho London
convention. ThoTransvaal.President rtruoger insists, is entitled to its opinion as to
what Is best for the Interests of tho republic. Amendment of concession as asked
by British government, the president iidds, would be breach of faith with oitherono
or the other of the parties.
Considers the Situa
And the War In the Philip
pines Nearly Closed.
American volleys and the rapid-fire fus
illade, Hanked by tho Montana regiment.
Then a general scramble ensued, most
of the enemy lsjarding tho trains that
were in readiness, and others taking fhe
roads to San Fcrnnudo, after burning
tho villages of San Tomas and Motinu.
A fault noon General Whoaton crossed
sheds, slips and wharves at Honolulu,
where there will be a eoal pile of UO.tXH)
The collier Ilruttts, which has prob
ably arrived.at Apia, has 1500 toiiH of
coal on board, and tho Ab.ireuda, en
route to the same place, carries ItOOO
Upon tho arrival of tho Yosomite at
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the broken bridge, cl,mr..,l tb., .IrniwloN " ." .""" ""7. '" "uiunniiiB
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General Morriam is Intrenched
FOR A Few Days Are Exceptional in Point of Quality and
Wideawake buving the past few weeks makes possible EX
TRAORDINARY VALUES in special shoes mentioned below
pointers -bv which vou can judge the magnificent values
throughout the store,
MIsmjs black strap sandal with buckle and bow, sizes 12 to 2 . . . 80
Misses tanOford tic vcbtlng top. sizes 8J to 2 80
Misses tan button shoe coin too sizes II to 2 80
Ladles serge Congrcss.shoef sizes a to 8 80
i.-iHina hinnir or Mm sLransundal buckle and bow hand turn .... 70
T,iirlii vie.i kid tan lace bliun vestlnir ton coin too $1 50
Ladles tan strap saudul buckle and bow hand turn
Ladles black bund turn button shoo A A to EE
Mens enamel lace shoe now broad toe
NEW SHOE STORE
04 Statk St. Salku, Oun.
Shoes have arrived, in Black
and Tan; all widths and
sizes. The greatest
On earth for ladiesequal
to any 4 shoe in the city.
Call and see them at
2Tj COMMKHCIAI. ST.. SALBM, OltKOQN.
We are Headauarters
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For pruning tools of aldv
Draw cut Pruning Shears,
Pruning Saws, etc. etc,
. W. Cor. SUte & Liberty St., Salem,
Manila, May 5, 8:2.' a. in. In cjiito
of the iwiicufiil overtures of their com
Hlonurs, tho Filliiiinos viuoroufily ro-
aisted tho advance of General MacAr
thnr's division from Apalit toward San
Fernando, fighting doNperatcly at long
range and running from trench to
trench when driven out by tho "Ainori-
lean artillery. The movement 'com
menced ut Cf.'.'.O in tho morning.
General I IuIo'h brigade, confuting of
five Gatlini,", under tho command of
Major Young, of tho Sixth artillery ;two
battalions of tho Fifty-Unit Iowa regi
ment, tho First Nebraska regiment mid
tho Dakota regiment, advanced along
the road u few miles west of tho railway
General Wheaton.with Ilotchkhu-oand
Gatling guns, under tho command of
Lieutenant Naylor , of Utah light ar
tillery, mounted on handcars, pushed
ahead, tho Twontioth Kansas and First
Montana regiments deploying to tho
right and left when feasible. Tho
country to bo traversed proved ths
worst yet, unfordablo streams delaying
tho advance materially.
Iloth brigades mot with resistance
simultaneously on approaching tho
river near Sun Tomas. The coutor spun
of tho railroad bridge had dropped into
tho rhor, and tho re 1 wis had only loft a
small force to check General Whouton,
thuir main body lining tho strong
tranche in front of General Hale. Al
though the attacking force poll rod a
very heavy artillery and musketry lire
across tho river, tho enemy stublxirnly
resisted for over an hour, ultimately
breaking when Major Young shelled
their left (lank, mid then rutrutiting
along tho rier Isink under cover. Gen
eral Whoatou, in the meantime, tried
ineffectually to dmw the tlrv of the
Filipino in the trenuhus want of the
As soon us they dlweovorod Unit the
imtiirw of the country would iermit only
a few skirmishers on oueli aide of tho
embankment, the rebels regained their
eoumge and fought deseratoly for three
quarters of uu hour in the face of the
out of the village, and advanced toward
San Fernado. General Hale effected a
eroHsiug simultaneously, after a slight
delay necessary to repair a stone bridge.
Our loss up to that hour (noon) was
two members of tho Nebraska regiment
and one of the Montana killed, uud
Captain Alhrecht, three members of tho
Kansas regiment, two of tho Montana,
four of tho Nebraska and one of the
South Dakota wounded. The enemy's
loss was very Hlight.
After a short rest the advance was
continued, General Whoaton encounter
ing tho first series of entrenchniQiits
near San Fernado. Tlie rebels oiKiiied a
Colonel Funston, of tho Twentieth
Kansas, was weunded: ono lieutenant
waw killed and four w'oiiuded, while
leadimr four comtmnics of the Kuiinuh
regiment to outflank tho enemy. i
10,000 or 15,000 tons will be kept at that
point. Admiral Dewey now has 12,000
tons of coal at Cavite, 17,000 tons on the
way, mid 6000 tons has left this countiy
In the Atlantic a coal pile of ItOOO tons
is maintained at San Juan, a coal hulk
witli 16,000 tons is stationed at Guan
tanamo and 700 tons at Key West.
San Fiiancisco, May ft. Steamer
Moana brings advices that steamer Kllhu
Thomas of Scuttle from Honolulu with
a cargo of sugar was lost propollor
Adril HOth and was aided by transport
Senator which took M of thocrewoftho
Thornton to Honolulu and furnished
tho captain with provisions. Captain
Whitney will try to work their way to
San Francisco under sail.
Bishop Stanford ut Halem.
llishop W. M. Stanford, of the United
Evangelical church arrived this morn-
General Halo pushed along the road,
flanking tho trenches.
More than 100 sick and wounded men
from General Law ton's brigade were
bi ought to Manila from Malolos by
last night's train.
More Coaling Stations.
II jr Amitrlnletl J're to the Jnnriinl,
Nkw Youk, May 6. A spoeiul to tho
Herald from Washington says: "In uc
cordnnco with the request of Admiral
Dewey, Beorotury Long bus presented to
A. W. liobbius, mnstor of tho Hritisli
ship Jhicolotich, a line chronometer in
recognition of his services to tho Asiatic
squadron immediately after tlie battle
of May 1, in communicating with tho
Spanish governor-general at Manila for
Admiral Dewey. Captain ltobbins
planed himself at tho dispona! of Admi
ral Dewey to convoy mocmigeH to tho
Spaniards in Manila. The admiral sent
a request to the HpanMi governor-general
to be allowed to use the cable con
necting Munilu and Hong Kong, threat
ening if the request was not complied
with, to cut the line. The Spaniards
refused, and the cable was cut. There
were wjveral matters which the admiral
dofiirod to present to the attention of
the Spanish authorities, and Captain
ltobbins wns generally the medium of
' Itear-Admirul llmdford 1ms complettd
arrangements by which the Culted
States will hae coaling stations well
distributed strategically and invaluable
to tho American uavyjin cum of war.
Proceedings to condemn Miiwion Jtock,
Cut., ure exacted to m completed soon,
and a coaling station will bo established
there. Coiumniider J. F. Merry, who
has lsjon ussigitud to command the naval
cooling station at Honolulu, was in con
ference with Hour-Admiral Itrudford,
regarding the construction of coaling
The fines chain wheel ever turned out of a factory,
Hartfords, strictly high grade, S35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, S25 and S26,
SROAT & WIL.BON.
big for an Episcopal visit with Nov. E.
L. l'ratt. Ho will remain over Sunday
and then goes direct to San Francisco.
Hishop Stanford covors pretty much nil
the territory west of Chicago, while his
homo is at Harrisburg, Pa. Asked
about Pennsylvania jiolitic.s, he said he
was not a Quay man, though he ex
Hets Quay will get his seat in the
United StntoH somite. The protests of
the consciome element of Americans
has not yet lieconio effective in initios.
The llishop bus been putting in a
month preaching to tho churches in
Oregon and leaves Monday for California.
Ily Annui'liiteil l'rcn (,, (lip Journal.
Wahimnoton, May 6. Three members
of tho cabinet, Gage, Alger and Griggs,
were uboiit from today's meeting. Tho
president and cabinet regarded tho sit
uation in the Philippines as improving,
uot-with-standing the lighting, an early
surrender of tho insurgent forces is an
ticipated, Post master general Smith read to tho
cabinet a letter from Edward Atkinson,
president of tlicuntl-Iinperlallstlo league,
asking permission to sum! to the olllcors
and soldiers In tho Philippines copies
of the interdicted lltcraturooftholoatiuc.
Tho letter Ih dated several days ago, and
nud it was tlie receipt of this letter
which induced the postolllcc department
to take action. No reply is to bo made
Washington, May 6. Tho war de
partment has received the following
from General Morriam. "Wardnor,
Idaho. Inquest still in progress with
closed doors. Ono hundred and twenty
eight arrests mudu by state olllcors uu
dor military support.
No signs of resistance, but Indications
are most of tho leaders escaped, going
east and west into Montana and Wash
ington. Others are hiding in tho moun
tains. The sheriff at Thompson Falls.
Mont., reimrtH many arilving on foot
over the mountain trails. The govern
ors of Idaho and Montana are corres
ponding for arrests in Molilalia. Troops
are In postlon to do all jk)hI11o. Xo up
onruiico of organled resistance."
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
iioyi yuma OWtHH CO., IO TOUK.
Gnmu.TUt, May 5. Tho United States
cruiser Chicago arrived this morning.
Salutes were exchanged with the Hritisli
squadron. The Chicago will sail tomor
row for Tangier.
CmoAtio, May 5. A gigantic street
railway deal by which tho Whitney
HlkiiiH-Widoner syndicate gain control
of nearly all tho surfaco lines in Chicago
will probably bo completed today.
Waimixku. May 6. Three hundred
anil fifty miners, licensed of participat
ing in Saturday's riot, are now confined
hero under guard of United States
troops. With today's nrrivnU five hun
dred United States troops are now in
the Coeur d' Alono districts and all fear
of further outbreaks is past.
There will bo three charges ngninst
tho prisoners, namely: Muting, destroy
ing property and stopping U. S. mails.
It Is unlikely that all of the prisoners
will bo tried, but thoy will bo hold until
evidence is collected ugnlnst the leaders.
General Morriam has his head
quarters here, but a special train is held
in readiness to carry him to any iirt of
tho district whenever ho Is needed, A
majority of the troops are held in tho
vicinity of the Wallace, nurko.aeiu and
Mulluu iniiies, owing to tlie faut that
most of the alleged rioters are in that
The inquest over the bodies of Smith
and Cheyno will probably last for u
week, as about one hundred wHucbpch
are to be examined. Coroner Franoa
speaking of the Inquest today said:
"The Inquest is in tho nature of a
grand Jury Investigation. I have been
authorirod by Attornoy-Gonoral Hawes
to make tho Investigation us searching
as iHisslblo. Wo desire to punish tho
guilty and release tho innocent as soon
4 O'CLOCK EOlTIOi
Wasiiinotov, May 5. War depart
ment is informed tho transport Sher
idan left Nagasaki, yesterday on its way
to Sun Francisco with sick and wounded
Ciiicaiio, May 6. Secretary Alger and
General John W. Wilson, chlo f engin
eers, nrrived Jin Chicago today. Thoy
made tho trip along 8anlary canal1 a
far as Lockport, making an Inspection
of bridges and locks.
Mum.kn, Ida., May 6.-Evorythin
In mil.. I rt,ln,. M.... --. -.Ill 'M
..,.,... v.. ,u.i.j. vii-u uiu mill guing Oul.
Fifteon reported having left this morir
ing, nine last night.
Tho secretary of the Interior has nu--fi
thorUed a contract for educating tho?
Indian youths at tho following sectarian
schoels: KatoDrcxcll, Lincoln county
-'4 pupils, Tl',-100.
A Farmer Hun.
Ih tho collision ilt Now Era routed
in Thursday's Jotm.v.w. Jacob Stucky,
of Needy, received injuries that may
prove fatal. While crossing tho Now
Era wagon bridge a passing train
frightoned tho horses and thoy backed
off the bridge falling twcdty-flvo feel.
Mm. Stucky received a fractured arm
and bruises, but will recovor'
Vain I'lUa from drutrsUta-'Ottacont JoV
everything else, but
they've never been
able to imitate the
CntcAno, May 5. July 7H4. Cash 2
red 71 1.
Han Fiiancisco, May, fi.-Cash lOfltf "$J
A Gr:at Invention.
A great attraction at Win. II. Hob
soii'h store for the past two days has
been tho changeable threo-geor bicycle,
the Invention of Peter Scharbaoh, the
Wfsslburn blacksinith. It oun 1m con
verted Instantly from a low -gear wheel,
suitable for the most dilllciilt hill
climbing, where.ui ordinary wheel run
not go, to the highest geer for sw ift rid
ing on the smoothest roads. This Ore
gon man has a groat invention and one
that will come into universal iimi on
wIiooIh used In hilly rountrioM and over
rough roads, or for long tours hi moun
tain regions. A patent is (tending and
Tims. Sims and W. II. Hobson are said
to be banking tho in ontlon with cap!
2J3lCOME AND SRRjy'vvYou.
5. yj. VXl-j J. XL SS Jl-ihjJYmr Money is Nmor Ours Until You Are Satisfied.
jjjos. Meyers & Sons, t
2 Salem's Greatest Store.
The Empress Skirt
w i isfi 1 7 )
pro a c lies
thl h pat
TI CO AT.
sought , ad
st If to any
gets out of
A long ritaHaee or to rfutl
whUh te asotmilqlv filled
rrllRltll fn allHL
u1m Atvl )tkIhmu In
tra no tomtrilcatlonj.
If itilpUta It HfjetMur:
ratkfHK Ik Klw to order
iioUI f4ru4MMl anil
tUw!i lo call iHlal aliontlon to our
MItl l4l anil Tu.'liuM ihv am
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
11a btath Bxararr.
S A sjM'cial line out for a price regu
jlar to ceiitfi valueti thw yard
Trimming rihhoiiH in now novuity
miiit'cin iiuiui i utiun u poll oruo,
m t he yard
A Columbia Bicycle ' Eoys
Kant Wear Out
4 i. k.
free .Inly ,141.
Oauiitlot assorted color splondhl
Seven now styles Just recehud In
all linen Istst goods.
A now lino without collar attauhud,
SultH a new line just received In all
wool Htrges and Venetian cloths
$7.50 to 516.50
Wmpir, not how chcsip hut how'
Odd, the hoHtmade, and the m Ut
Ing wrapKir. Priced
51.00 to $2,50.
fl The host clothing for spring enr.
We don't lielloxe we have ever
shown such a grand nssortmont of
Hoys' and Childrons' BtiltsXas wo
have prepared for this season.
VIA ml we know that we name tho
A ticket on tho Col-
every 60 cent
iimbia hieyolo with
Will buy an all wool two piece,
suit with double seat and double
knees, or a vested suit with colored
sailor collar ami lurgo pearl buttoni,
which wo guarantee tho best value
shown in Oregon.
golf and fancy bosom
The iKirfeet hose supj)orto,r. .'fe f
have all stylos. "f3(
cm. i.tii..s.nta nasnrtcd
biik iv"w' "" --' fj
278 280 Commercial St,
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