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SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1899.
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You can get
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
They do cash business and mark every article in
the store right down to bed rock. You don't pay your
neighbor's bad debts at a cash store,
You ought to try the spot cash plan in your buying
for a while and notice the result. If you do you will
never go back to the thirty-day credit plan again.
No merchant can buy goods cheaper, and not one
merchant in a thousand will sell at as low a profit as
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts.
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LACY'S XXXXX X XX
GREAT SLAUGHTER SHOE SALE.
Wc aro not
Not making I-ow Prices on Dead Stock,
k Hewing down a clean, live stock, level
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Kvory Shoo in the house subject to the 20 por cent reduction.
Uoods marked in pluin lluiires.
The fines chain wheel ever turned out of a factory,
Hartfords, strictly high grade, $35,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, $25 and $26,
SROAT & WILSON.
Be sure to get our prices if you
Cor.State and Liberty Sts. Salem, Ore.
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Wo aro giving value that terror
izes our opposition. Wo have tliu
only shoo stock in tho city wheie
you can find just whot you want at
Prices Below Bedrock
Wo are setting them a warm pace
for wo never follow in our line on
priccn, styles or quality wo shall
continue to lead.
Free shines to our customers.
275 Commercial St.
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WE DO DO
and blowing alwut it as a marvel,
with tho dirt which Is associated A
Originator of Low Prlooa.
Wo Shine thorn Froo.
Wo SJhlno thorn Froo. J
NW SIIOE STOIU3,
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Wo aro now handling salt, and at price
that mako people sturo. .Never boforo
has halt lwen told so ehoap as wo are
Bellinc it. Whoiosale and retail.
01 Transvaal Nego
tiations. Great Britain Will Make
Alaskan Controversy Said to Await a
!) Aaiioclntcil I'reaa In Ihr .Imirntil.
IlitussKLH, June 7. Dr. Leyden the
Kuropoan representative of the Tran
vnal Hepublie litis received an olllcial
dispatch from Pretoria .conllrmleg the
report of the falnre President Kruger
and the Hntlnh high eonunlHsloner
Milner to reach an agreement at tho
conference held at Illoomfontoiu.
Although Kreuger offered Important
concessions, he made thenf contingent
upon British acceptance of tho principle
of arbitration of tho dlfferencen existing
between Great Britain and tho Trans
vaal. Great Britain heretofore has re
fused on the ground that it would bo an
acknowledgement of equality of the two
London, Juno 7, The report of tho
breakdown of tho Bloomfonteln negoti
ations created considerable excitement
in political circles, and there is much
speculation as to the next movement of
the British government.
While Great Britain does not mean
war it is generally thought there will bo
I.ONDON, Juno 7. A high authority of
tho colonel otllco lmn informed the
Association Press that negotiations with
rofereuce to tho Alaskan situation are
in the rosiest osslblo candltlon.
After an frifcrvlW ATnlin'spiulurChmito
of tho United States, had Yesterday
with the Marquis of Salisbury tho linos
of tho prospective hottlement and for
carrying on tho discussion in high com
mission will bo formally submitted by
tho secretary, Joseph Cliamberlin, who
throughout has had tho most potent in
fluence with tho Canadian side.
Tho prospective Bottloment is consider
ed a triumph for.Chumlwrlnln'a tact and
T RAIN WRECK
Spilled Three Cars of People on the
Ily AaaocliiU't J'reaa to (lie Journal.
Atciiibon, Kuiih., June ". Tho east
bound mixed train on tho central
branch of the Missouil Pacitie was
wrecked a mile east of Goffs lasi night
and between 2o and 150 passengers in
jured. The mail car, smoker and chair
car became derailed, while tho train was
going at full speed and three cars loaded
with passongorH toppled over a slight
The Canadian Commission.
Ily Aaant'lnteil l'reaa la the Joiirnnl.
Wasiiinoto.v, Juno 7. Nothing is
known hero oillcially as to what pro
gress has beou made in the negotiations
at Joiu1aii toward reassembling tho
Canadian joint high commission. It is
known that tho arrangement of modus
vivondi to govorn tho relations of tho
United States and Canada on tho
Alaska boundary, is receiving a great
deal of Ambassador Choatoa attontiou.
Two Boys Arrested.
Kobbio Lundrotli and JohnnioThomp
son, colorod, two lxya nlwut 12 yours
old, were arrested this morning by
Marshal Gibson for larceny. Tho lioys
took a chilli's tricyclo from It. JJIerndi
bach's placo on Chumokota street and
eold it to a wcond-hand storo for
36o, but as this is not their first offence,
tho boys will bo arraign! tomorrow,
and if found guilty will probably be
committed to tho reform Mihool.
No Lights Tonight.
Tho city rounell not having accepted
tho projsMition of the Sulom Klectrk-
Light & Power Co., tliere will Iw no
street light tonight, or until a now oon
truct is made. After a six-yuiir oontruet
the lights will lw much miteed.
The five hay-seed aUlerinen were
nlmin In HfuUtinti last Illlrllt. aiMl ill a
short hour ground out the lurgeat even
ing's work done by a Salem council in
Itev. II. F Wallace, wtu was in the
city to vWt his brother J. 51. Wallae.
,.l ttiu vi-iit.r anmtiani'. rtitliriMMl U
Portland this afternoon.
Geo J. Paarce awl Mr. E. C SwU
war. Portland u8eiMU- Uifa aiterwooM.
Jai.r WilkiiM, Of the mt Mr lMtru
W in U city.
Dr. A. lJ.UnUe U " WtlaM.
A MANILA SOLDIER,
Remains or Private Albert E. Dennis Ar
rived at Salem for Burial,
Tho morning San Francisco overland
train brought to Salem tho remains of
Private Albert K. Dennis, of Manila,
for burial. Tho casket, enclosed in it
burial case, was taken to tho First Con
The family in this city, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Dennis, were notified by telegram
at (1 o'clock Tuesday evening. Thin tel
egram from tho Jepot quurtorniastor at
'Frisco was the first and tho only infor
mation they received relative to the
shipping homo of their son's remains.
The telegram was as follews:
" Remains of late' Albert Dennis, com
pany H, Thirteenth Minnesota volun
teers, sent your address at 0 o'clock last
evening by Wells Fargo express."
Tho deceased soldier unlisted In com
pany II, Thirteenth Minnesota volun
teers, nt St. Paul, on May 0, 181)8, loav
on the following day for San Francisco,
en routo for Manila. After reaching tho
Phllllpplnes, ho received n gun-shot
wound In tho foot and was taken to tho
hospital at Cavlte, where ho contracted
typhoid fever, from which ho died about
September 1?,'!. IIo was aged 27 years.
The casket -is hermetically sealed,
and the orders of tho government aro
that It cannot be opened, but must bo
buried as received.
Albert Dennis was tho second of
three sons of Mr. Dennis, and was a
private in tho Salvation Armv before
enlisting in tho Volunteer Army, and
was u model young man in every re
spect. The funeral was conducted at 3
o'clock by Rev. W. C. Kantner, and an
escort of the Grand Army went with tho
remains to City View cemetery. Tho
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis brought
(lowers and dedications for tho occasion
and tho casket beautifully orna
mented. The government has arranged for the
return totholr relatives of the remains
of tho soldiers who havo or may loose
their lives while in tho servico of their
country in tho Philippines. The remains
of Hal G.llibbardand Clyde Perkins,
tho only deceased mtynbors of company
K, Second Oregon Volunteers, will prob
ably reach Salem soon.
The music tomorrow night is not
loud, hoarse screaming. You will hear
some of tho most delightful singing,
some soft, Nome loud, some gradually
working up to a terrific climax. It
must 1)0 heard to bo appreciated.
THE MORMON ELDERS.
Seven Apostles of the Church of Latter
Day Saints Working Salem.
Seven -Mormon missionlaries appeared
at tho corner of Court and Commercial
streets and held an open meeting to ex
pound the doctrines of the Mormon
church. Tlioy sang several hymns and
one of their number talked to tho au
dience for 15 minutes, after which t hoy
proceeded to distribute literature and
tracts and before adjourning announced
that they would meet tonight to further
explain their doctrine. When explain
ing tho purport of these public meet
ings the speaker announced that they
had been in nud around Salem for sev
Attend tho Golden Legend tomorrow
night and hear a well trained chorus
and orchestra render the most beautiful
music in the world.
Summer Styles for Men.
Tho New York Rtc'et has a fine stock
of summer clothing for men and Isiys,
also tho celebrated "Star 5 Star" shoes
in nil grades, and sizes for men, women
nud children, there aro no better shoos
made, also summer underwear for ladies,
gents and children, with Jackets, over
alls, gloves, susiHMidcrs, crash, fur and
Htaw hats, and notions of all kinds, all
at racket prices. 7 Ud lw
Increased Capital Stock,
Tho Ujwonberg A Going Co,, toduy
filed supplementary articles of incorpor
ation increasing its capital stock from
$25,000 to $60,00. Tho Incorporator uro
J. Invonlwrg, J. W. Going, A. C. Going
and It. It. Fleming.
New Heating Plant.
The now boating plant for tho Sucrod
Heart Academy, which is being put in
by Uarr A Petel lias arrived and work
will Im; commenced noon .placing it in
Dudley Ruck's musie to the Golden
Ixtgeud is mipnrh, fasciuutiug, inspiring.
Hear It at tho opero hous tomorrow
The Financial Situation.
I've heard of lion's tooth being MMrce,
lmt joIm are a great deal scarcer. I've
heitnl of the bark on a tree being tight,
lmt money's a great duel tighter.
Man Wita a How.
The highest praise of tho iiiueic in the
Gulden legend U mit extrKKiit
The Wool Market,
The market far wool lies improved.
Medium fieeetw, which U nbout all the
WHUuiiette prwlweers are Inlying 16
etntri u (KMiiel at Ktliii.
To ieu't; uuraot uml give ooupU
MJinelliing to LaU about. U an art in
writing a pro-ttte advertisement.
Howl, of SurwpdNlla fame, Is tho or
IulrmWir In anexlfuelve brnse of the
Idea of uslnu' proveros ano wimj uw
as a nrenx to a nleusunt Introduction
of the well known virtue of Amer-
iftu'H Greaioot diwiieiue. 1 ne
main! quotations often fit toe newn
Cuban Army Accept
Resistance Seems Practic
ally at an End in Luzon
Rofugces Again Swarming Into the
City of Manila.
Itr Aaaiiolntcil I'reaa In (lie Journal.
Wasiiinoto.v, Juno 7. All informa
tion that the state department has re
ceived relative to tho progress of the
Satnoau commission at Apia, save a
brief statement that the natives are dis
arming, has come through the press dis
patches.' No information has como
from any olllcial source to effect that tho
throe consuls and tho chief justice were
to 1h relieved.
Havana, Juno 7. Colonel Randall
paid 103 Cuban Roldlors yesterday at
Jarurauo. This makes 1 1117 Cubans paid
by Randall so far.
Manila, Juno 7. Prof Schiirinnti
sailed on Friday on tho gunboat Hon
nington for a tliroo weeks trip among
thoNoutherii Islands. He expects to In
vestigate local governments anil havo
talks with the leading natives. IIo will
sail for homo in July. Other members
of tho commission remain here some
Hall's Brigade left Morong yesterday
marching along tho lake to Tntyay. They
encountered practically no opposition.
Morong will bo garrisoned temporarily
by the North Dakota regiment and
tho Fourth cavalry.
Nkw Youk, Juno 7. A dispatch to
kthe Herald from Manila, says:
"Thousands of refugees, who "itrii at.
tempting to como to Manila, are being
turned back by tho authorities, who are
fearful of the city becoming ovor-popu.
luted, causing postileiicu and famine.
Tho American olllcials uro issuing rico to
thorn for their present needs.
J. W. llelcher of Astoria, who sings
the tenor role in tho Golden Legend,
poHsoscos a remarkable voice, so clear,
so robust, so strong, so ringing, so in
toiibc, that one is fairly inspired when
listening to him.
In a Quandary.
Now that Salem is to Ih in darkness
for a time, the wheeling fraternity is at
a loss to know how to construe the lan
tern claim) of the bicycle ordinance. Tho
bicycle ordinance says nil wheoN must
carry lanterns well lighted after the
electric street lamps are lighted. Inso
much as the street lamps are not to I hi
lighted, wheelmen who do not care to
Ixitliorwitli lanterns wiy they can whistle
ho far as concerns tho enforcement of the
bicycle lantern ordinance.
Tho Golden legend is the great final
treat of tho your. Tho rapid sale of
seats Indicates the unusual iuturost
taken in this remarkable cantata.
Not So Many.
Some people have the bupropion that
no ono but free Methodists live in North
Saluin. Jim McCormick still liven there
Your money rofunded If you ure
Htttsfied with the Golden legend.
at tho New York Racket for bargains,
they have shoos from 2oc. pur pair up'
ward, a good work shoo for $1.00 uud
many other bargains. Call always la
tere purchasing elsewhere, iih you will
save money by so doing. 7-2d- lw
tho eye riuiKt Im In normal condition or
fitted by a graduate optician.
Children's eyes should be tested fre
quently. Minor defects of vision, cor
rected during youth will strengthen
the eight in old age.
llri. r.i1u .vaiiiitiithiihU fru fiiul lit
, $m to all cMitdiUon or night.
llr ANKodntcil lrm to tltr .Iniirimt.
Wallack, June 7. Judge Mayhow Is
sick today, court adjourning until to
morrow morning to hear the conspiracy
cases against the miners.
Nkw Youk, Juno 7. Seven deaths
from hunt are reported during tho !M
hours ending at noon today.
IiONOon, Juno 7. Sister Margaret
Ann Cusick, known as tho "Nun of
Kenmaro," died today at .Leamington.
Lancastru, Penn., Juno 7. Ralph W.
Wlrolmck, murderer of David It, l.aiidls,
was hanged today. It w is tho first exe
cution in this county since 18A8,
Pout Di: Fhanok, Juno 7 Dispatches
front Cayenne sty all efforts tj Interview
Dreyfus aro futile. Tho prisoner is up
patently in good health, but fatigued.
StLVKitTON, Colo., Juno 7. Owing to
tho strike at the Durango smelter, the
Iowa, Tiger and Silvor hake mines have
been closed, throwing five hundred men
out of work.
Nkw Youk, Juno 7. Tho National
City bank shipped $500,000 in gold by
the steamer St. Paul ((slay.
Poiitlani), Me., June 7. Tho Argui
says: "Speaker Reed's resignation lias
been sent to Governor Powers, and it is
to bo presented nt tho next meeting of
the governor and council.
Sr Louis, Juno 7. A special to the
Republican from Lebanon, Mo., says
that the condition of Congressman
Richard I. Bland is slightly better to
night, the symptoms of paralys is being
San Fuancibco, Juno 7. Tho tracks of
tho White Pass railway will bo com
pleted to Lake Ilonnott by July 1. Tho
schedule time from Puget Sound ports to
Dawson will then bo about eight days.
W'mihnoton, June 7. Senator Hauiia
will decliuo co curve as chairman of tho
national Republican committee. The
alleged reason is ill-health, but he has
declared he does not want to embarrass
President McKlnley, as ho realizes ho
will be looked upon us a champion of
tho trusts. Ho is going abroad for rest.
Cluvkland, Juno ".Senator Iliumii
taday llatly denied tho report from
Washington that ho Intended to retire
from the chairmanship of tho National
Boston, Juno, 7. Tho intrcst in the
days meeting of tho Christian Scientists
and In fact, of tho entire week's couveii-
ttou, centered in tho appearance of Mrs.
Mary Baker P.ddy, the leader and found
or of the denomination. Ah she entered
tho Tromnnt tomplo tho audience arose
and remained standing until she was
seated. Mrs. ICddy made a hil if ad
dress. Dirriioir, Juno 7. Tho wage commit
tee of the amalgamated association, nud
representatives of the iron and steel
manufacturers, today Isigau a final con
ference on tho sottlumeut of uaues
culled forthocoiuiug work.
Taco ia, June 7. Tho annual conclave
of the gland commaudory Knights
Templar of the state commenced here
! Jos. Meyers &
FOUKUUTTON SACK SUIT
lif Htl,SLUot & Uut
1 278 280 Commercial St,- The Old
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
ovi ma powcta Co., iw vqm.
Enormous Qraln Crop.
All reiwrts show that the on-coming
crop of fall and spring grain will be very
largo and heavy, both as to acreage and
yield, Tho implement firm of K. M.
Crolsan hns sent out this week harvest
ing machinery us follews:
Chas. Stege, of Howoll Prairie, got a
twenty horse power engine.
N. Goodnig, of St. Paul, gels a twunty
horse power engine.
David Bengali and C. K. Beer, of
Lewisburg, get a ten horse power trac
tion engine. I). M. McKee, of McKee,
gets a 10 horse power engine.
Isaac Stevens, Howell Prairie gets a
cyclone machine with twenty horse
power unultiu, and 33-6 1 sopnrator. Tho
Benedictine Brothers, of Mt. Angel, got a
The ono price system prevails at the
opera house touioerow night, 50c. Re
servo your seals where you please. You
will ins delighted with tho Golden
The graduating iccital of .Miss Bertha
Kay ami Miss Lotltia Abramtt, pupils of
the college of oratory,whlch was to have
been given tills evening at the univer
sity ehupcl, has been postponed until
Saturday evening on account of the Ill
ness of Miss Abrams, who broke down
under the nervous strain of prepara
tion hut hopes to bo all right again by
Call nt Pulton's today and exchange
four bits for a reserved seat tickot to the
Salem Tribe, No. 8, Improved Order
of RedMon held Its semi-annual election
of officers last nightnnd the olllcors elect
ed are: W. II, Smith Sachem; Dr. II.
Ollugoi', senior wiigauioroj W. D. Torrey,
Junior sagamore j I', C. Patterson,
Beautiful Golden Legend given by
soloists, chorus nud orchestra tomorrow
308 Commercial Street.
Hero yon can buy Ladles' French Kid
Button Shoes for $1
worth $L Boston
Call For Warrants,
Notice Ih hereby given that thoro
,tro funds on liitml iinpllcublu to tho
piiymuiitor warrants of the city of
Suleiu drawn on the uouonil fund and
ontlorsed on or before irobriiiuy 1,1807.
Mulders or said warrants will plcusu
present them for payment at Lucid &
ISimh'H hunk, iih Intrcst on tho sumo
will cease from dale of this notice.
yulcui, Ore., Juua 7, ISM).
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Select your Spring suit
from this elegant new
stock of Hurt, Schaffher
6c Marx garments and we
guarantee you will have
the best -looking, best
wearing suit you ever
wore. In workmanship
and tailoring the H. S. &
M. clothes are ahead of
any others we ever saw.
Here are all the new pat
terns. It is only a question
of picking out the style
most becoming to you.
HART) 8CHAFFNCR & MARX
stehii: oriflN evenings.
HON. B.F. HARD1NQ.
StrlokonWIthParalysIs at Hie Home
In Lane County.
Ity Anxiiplntecl I'reaa to (he Jnnrnnl.
Cottaok GitoVE, Or., Juno 7. Hon. B.
F. Harding was stricken with paralysis
and unless an immediate change takes
place his chance for recovery is very un
certain. Ho refuses to tnko any nourish
ment and Is gradually getting weaker.
Mr. Harding is 07 years old, and has
been n resident of Oregon for 50 years.
Ho was United States attornoy before
the organization of tho state govern
ment, and was tliroo times a member
of tho territorial legislature Ho was
elected United States senator In 1802 to
fill tho unexpired term of Colonel Ed-,
ward I). Baker, and was succeeded in
1805 by George II. Williams. Mr.
Hurtling was one of tliu leaders of Union
or Douglas, democracy in Oregon In war
times. Tho fight that he made on
United States Senator Dolazon Smiths
resulted in his defeat for re-election and
retirement from the politics of Oregon.
Mr. Harding is Oregon's oldest ex
United States senator in jsjint of ser
vice General Lane, Delazon Smith,
J . W. Nesmlth, K. I). Baker and Bon
jamin Stark, who preceded him to the
senate, aro dead.
Opera House tomorrow night. Gol
den Legend, chorus and orchestra.
' Most any one can
make a pill that may
Oiiicauo, June 0. July 70, Cimh 2
San 1'iuncihco, June, 0. Cash 1.10
"II" a 1 Mini 1.JJW wjjp I m 'Ml I
To invest in"a suit,
but that is all one
of our fine all wool
cassimeres will cost
you. Some think
theyare good value
for 510, our price
has been 8.50 and
$9. They are yours
for spot, cash for
55.95. They are a
At the insignificant
price, and is only
one of our bargain
New Golf Shirts.
New Crash Hats.
White Corner. J
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j crc the pills that viIL j
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