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SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY JUNE 13 1899.
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
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LACY'S XX XXX X X X
GREAT SLAUGHTER SHOE SALE.
Wc are not
Not making I-ow Prices on Dead Stock,
HewliujiUwn a 'clean, live stock, level
F.vory Shoe in the house subject
Hoods marked in plain tlituros.
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Ho sure to get our prieos if you
TIIKHK WILL UK
nvthing In our immoneo stock of boots and sIiooh at actual cost.
Since in the shoe business we have made it a positive rule to
LEAD ALL COMPETITION IN
PRICE QUALITY AND STYLE,
And wo have Iwen true to our determination. Notwithstanding others are olam
C. the title oPOriKinator of law Prieoa," that credit belongs to ug, for wu bo
Lan first and avoalwavs undersold any eomi.otltion fully 20 ,t,r cunt and now in
order to . protwt our customers against there Hike sale'' wo aro going to .!! our
entire stock at actual oost.
SOT fOK THE ITUKME OK OOI.Nfl OUT OV IHrlWiS.
NOT TO H.MSE MONEY,
Rut simply to make the she miaiuew intertwUng. Wo am well afford this
wo are In such position that profit do not worry us.
Don't Miss this Opportunity All New Stock.
Shoes worth 75c now
Shoes worth $1.00 now. . ......
ii .i- .i or r n.iiw ' tint kui Shoes
Regular 2.00 Indies,' Genta M1W or
Regular .50 IjuIIm', Uents Mi' or
Regular $3.00 Lad lea' Gents'
a.l.... Q Ul I Hi IUD' idniH .
Regular f4.0t) Ladies' Gonts
Regular $5.00 Gents'
It Is no dlf forenoe
The largest assortment of
Men's Pants: Regular sizes,
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size you call
for we have them. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Wo aro giving vtiluo that terror
izes our opposition. Wo have tho
only shoo stock in tlio city where
you cuu find just wliot you want at
Prices Below Bedrock
Wo are Betting them a warm pace
(or wo never follow in our lino on
prices, styles or quality wo shall
continue to lend.
gjtf Free shines to our customers.
Krausse. 'Brother s,
275 Commercial St.
WE DO DO
and blowing about it as a marvel,
with the dirt which is associated
to tho 20 per cent reduction.
Originator of Low Prlcos.
Wo Shlrto thorn Froo.
1 1 81.
U'. lire now handliiiL' salt, and at iirleos
that niako people stare. Never boforo
has salt beon bold w cheap as wo are
selling it. Wholesale and retail.
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HOW we do it, wo 00 m
Destroyed By a Cy
clone. Hundreds oltlie People Were
Killed and Wounded,
New Richmond and Boardman the 111
lljr Aaaoclnlcil I'rem to (lie Jourunl.
Ni:w Richmond, June 1!1. One hun
dred seventy-live killed and four hun
dred wounded is tho estimate of the
casualties due to last night's storm. This
is based on information received by Gen
oral Manager Scott, of thu Omaha rail
road. A relief train from ft. Paul reached
Now Richmond early today. Resides
supplies of every kind tho train brought
20 nurses and 12 doctors. Tho storm
struck the Omaha road at Board man,
and followed its track to Now Rich
mond. It passed through New Rich
mond from south to north and leveled
tho center of tho city and icopo wero
panned in and scores burned alive.
On both sides of tho street from tho
depot, starting with Henry Real &. Co's
store through to tho Hotel Nicollet,
every building was destroyed. Only in
complete information as to the killed
and wounded is yet obtainable.
Minnkai'olis, Juno HI. A Wisconsin
Central train succeded in reaching hero
this morning having camo through New
Richmond at an early hour. When tho
train came through tho air was so
full of smoke from burning buildings
that it was 'lifllcult to tell the extent
of the disaster.
Tho central part of tho town, however,
was wrecked. Tiro engines had arrived
from ti neighboring town and woro do
ing their best to check thu flames.
There was no medical assistance at that
timo. Ono of tho local doctors was
killed and tho other had both logs
Tho railroads had brought in large
uumlKirs of visitors for the circus and
Gavin says that thore must have been
from 2,500 to 3,000 people in town. He
brought an order for three hundred cof-
tins but this was simply an estimate of
jKJSsible deaths, by the local relief com
At 8 o'clock a train left Miuuoaiol!s
for New Richmond bearing telegraph
operators, linemen, physicians, nurses
St. I'aul, Juno 13. A rejiorter of Dis
patch who went to New Richmond last
night in the first relief train roturned
this morning and fully confirms tho
reiM)rt of tho dreadful calamity which
visited that place last night.
Tho town is almost tbtally wijH'd off
tho map, and of 2000 inhabitants 200
lio dead amongst tho ruins of tliulr
homes and 1,000 are injured many
The iralo struck the town full in tho
center and in ton minutes the awful do-.-truction
had Ihhiii wrought. Tho larg
est brick buildings crumbled like egg
shells. Lighter frame structures whisked
away like m much straw, and many
house were carried for blocks and
dashed to earth. Five hundred build
ings wero wracked. A largo iron bridge
over tho Apple river was torn Into
Within tho sjkico of five blocks hun
dred of bodies woro counted, the log and
arms missing In many oumih.
A sjHtcial from Stillwater, Minn., says:
This was a torrlblo night for New
Richmond, tho village Iwlng almost
wiiKfdoutof exWeneo iy ono oi mo tt number of blocked places on the ar
matt severe cyclone that ever visited . i,JllH brunch linos. Tho mail trains from
that locality. Itourrios ruin and death
iu Its path, and at this lwrnr il Is inipos
slide to give a partial list of those wri
ously Injurtfl. It is thought many are
Tho news of thu disaster was brought
hero by J. A. Carroll, a traveling man
from Portage, Win., who was staying ut
the Nleollet house, in Now Richmond,
whan tlie oyelone btruek. Ha taw the
funnel-hhaid cloud as It wine up uto
..-inninal Ur.ntt. and took refuge in the
basoment of the hotel, which was eom
ploteJy wrecked, together with overy
otlwr IjusinetM housed in the city.
In tlw terrible alieeta of rain following
the cyclone, Mr. Carroll and hU eooi-
railes (Hwaeed In revonig ut pw
nrWtor. Chartos McKeiinon, wife and
child from the debris, awl they alw re
moved the laundry girl, wiw was proW-
bly fatally Injured. ny ao n
mornl tw men named Garrett ad
sawall. wlw were severely Inujrotl. Air.
relief, nnd the train, with doctors, will
leave hero at 12:15 a. in.
Mr. Carroll further says that flru fol
lowed tho cyclono, and what was left is
being consumed by fire. Many peoplo
are doubtless killed, and the damage will
run into hundreds of thousands of dol.
A special to the Tribune from Burk
hardt, Wis., says:
A messenger has reached hero from
Now Richmond ami has telegraphed for
doctors and help, saying that tho storm
struck that town, and largo numbers
wero killed and wounded. The railroad
olllcials have endeavored to get out n
special train, but on account of tho sev
eral washouts are unable to do so, and
tho doctors and many others are now
driving across tho country as fast as
horses can safely carry them. Three
traveling men, who drove from River
Falls to Hudson, woro Btruck byt tho
storm and the rig was torn to pieces,
one man named Voltnun having one of
his legs broken.
A special from North Wisconsin Junc
tion, Wis., says:
A courier from Roardman, Justin, re
ports that thowholo town has been
wiped off tho face oi tho earth, .and
while no definito news can bo obtained
at this timo of tho casualties, it isNpro
8umed that many wero injured, and
possibly some killed. It is known that
Dave Ilefferon is severely injured vaml
ids wife killed.
A courier just in says that Now Rich
mond has nlso been wiped off tho map,
and that nlwut 200 or 300 people aro, in
jured. A special from Hudson says:
One of tho most terrific cyclones ever
witnessed by tho citizens of Hudson,
passed through tho country about 5:30
p. 111.. It formed in waterspout four
miles south of Hudson on Lake St.
Croix. It was witnessed by hundreds
of people, and seemed to follow tho lake,
and to bo making directly for thu city;
but about two miles south it veered to
tho east and left tho lake, and crossed
the country. It was about 20 rods wide
and destroyed everything in its track.
The Hirst building struck was over on
tho farm of F. C. Mattlson. Ono edge
of the storm struck his buildings, .twist
ing his barn out of shape and throwing
his windmill some rods. Tho family,
seeing It coming lied for a largo stone
quarry, about 20 rods irom the House,
where thoy romalnded safely until it
passed. The houso is a small brick one
and hold to tho foundation, but thu
shingles were torn from the roof. The
cyclono veered to tho north, leaving
tho buildings unharmed but tearing
large oak trees, threo feet diameter, out
by tho roots and twisting them into ev
ery conceivable shape.
About onu-half milo norheast from
there it struck thu building of II. I.
Mattison. Just boforo tho storm
reached the place the family nnd hands
lied to the cellar. Tho cellar door had
just closed when the crash came. This
place was directly in tho lino of tho
storm and not a building, tree, wagon
or piece of muchlnory is left whole. Tho
house was completely swept from its
foundation, and nothing remained but
tho floor, which covered tho eoplo in
the cellar. Not one of them was
harmed. Every piece of furniture was
curried for rods and literally torn into
shreds. Outside tho house there wero
two large barns, machine sheds and out
bulldingi), and all wero destroyed. Forty
cattle and 100 sheep cannot bo found at
W. J. Gilpin, who was passing at thu
time, drove in there for shelter, but was
unable to reach tho cellar. Ho says that
it was not over two seconds after tho cy
clone struck him Isjforo it was all over,
and ho found himself under a part of u
IiiiiiW wagon, with tiinlnus, horse and
machery everywhere ubout him. Ho
was unhurt, but badly shaken up. Tho
storm passed on to tho Northeast, de
stroying everything in Its wake, and was
followed by rain in torrents and terrible
lightning. Telegraph and telephone
wires are all blown down, and adjoining
towns cannot bo heard from.
Owing to washouts along their lines,
the various Chicago trains were held at
St. Paul, it being imiossib)o to get
through. Tho Omaha is washed out
near Hudson; tho Milwaukee &St. Paul
has lost several bridges and considerable
track near Wabash, Minn., and in Wis
consin i tho Rurlingtou Is blockaded by
a washout near Tromploau, Wis.; the
Wit-cousin Central lino extends only li
youd Stillwater, Minn. There are also
I tj10 jjU8t were tumble to get through to
dav ewini: to Sunday nlk'ht's storm, and
tniiivlit'u liuavv rain nnd wind silnnlv in
creased the difficulties. Ix-ally, tit
storm did much minor damage, Ovur
two incites of rain foil in an Iwxir's tune,
and thu wind blow a gale.
A special from Winona, Minn., says:
Winona Is still out off from the outer
world, nnd the prospects are that it will
practically remain m for tho next throe
days. During tho day and last night
this city and tho locality was visited by a
deluge, the reMiltant flood cunning
damage tlwt will reach thousands of
dollar in extent. Two i-ereous are
known toltave been killed by lightning.
The entire south stdo of Winona is
under water, and many families have
' len earrld out en rafts.
. Qiwoftlw wrt storme that ever
'tKttwdftW Mlnnai-Hs iirewlledbe-
Thirty Americans are
Insurgents Making a Des
And Are Driven Back But 500 Fcot in a
lly Anaoflnlril I ! to (lie .lonrnnl.
Washinoton, Juno 13. Tho following
was received from Gen. Otis teday:
"Manila Lawton'B troops had a se
vere engagement today with tho enemy
in a strong entrenchment at tho cross
ing on the Soaioto rivot, near Hacor,
Cavito province. Ho has driven tho
enemy with heavy loss. Our casualties
The insurgents in this southern sec
tion had not Ih'oii molested until they
threatened an attack In a strong force on
Manila and aro now scattered in retreat.
It Is doubtful if they will make a further
Manila, Juno 13. Fighting at Los
Piims continued hotly all day and Gen.
Law ton called out the whole force 13,000
men and at 5 o'clock was only able to
push the insurgents back 500 yards to
tho Soupoto river where they aro strong
Tho insurgents resisted desperately
and aggressively. Thoy attempted to
turn to tho left and flank the American
troops. Tho American loss is estimated
at sixty. The battle continues.
At daylight thu rebels at Cavito Vlejo
,lropied two shells from two big smooth
bore guns Into tho navy yard. Tho only
damage dono was tho splintering of tho
top of huge shears on tho mole. Tho
gunboats, Callo, Manila and Mosquito
proceeded to dismount tho rebel guns.
After slloncing tho big guns at Cavito
.VIoJo, tho gunbonts ran close along
shore and lx)inlmrdlng tho minds' po
sition. TheJ Rebels replied with rlllo
fire and small pieces of artillery.
So v.gorous was tho enemy's lire gun
boat Helena Joined tho small gunboats
and tho Princeton, Monterey and Mon
uluock from their anchorages dropped
occasional big shells among tho rebels.
This apparently only served to incite
tho rebels and they kept up uu Inces
sant lire of musketry uud artillery near
tho mouth of tho Scuoto river.
Tne fire of seven warships were con
centrated on this points shortly after
nocn.when tho upjier bay presenU'd the
appearance Isjlng tho scone of a great
The Insurgents wero forced to aban
don their guns after holding nut for four
hours, only to bo confronted by General
J.awton's force on luud, In their rean
whore there was heavy fighting.
Dcpattment Number One Grinds Out
Some Discussions and Orders.
Tho first two days ot fhe Juno term
havouuun oousldurublo routine business
Following am the docket ontrlos
made by tho ceurt:
State of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. Wlllard
Wc Want Your Attention,
If yon cannot see well enough, wo hope
you can hour. Wo hope you will hear
that this Is the best place to get glasos.
This illustration Is to attract the atten
tion but not to sell idasMi. Home peo
ple urge others to buy goods whother
thoy need them or not, but in our lino
. wildi.m uot U chance to urue the buy
ing of glasses until tome timo after thoy
ought to havo mn worn. Genorally ft
caves the oye sight to use the right kind
of glasMM when Uto i-ljtjht first Influx to
fall. This Is a fiyct that most people
know, but fow jn-oplo net upon.
We hoje that no one who reads this
will iotpono tho ntvewflty of getting
KYK8 KXAMINIJI) FRKK.
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
3 IB STATE BTXlIlErr,
Birehanl, defendant; rape. Continued.
W. S. Mott, plaintiff, vs. T. II. Wil
son, defendent; action for money. Con
tinued to October term.
Stato ot Oregon, plaintiff, vs. Marion
county, defendant, delinquent tux levy.
Heard on pleadings anil stipulation of
John Savage Sr., upcllaut, vs. Ran
kin Edgan, defendant; motion for con
firmation. Halo confirmed.
John Dorcas, plaintiff, vs. 11. G.
Wright, et al., defendants; action for
money. Supplemental findings by the
court filed ; rejiort of rofotvo otherwise
confirmed. Judgment for plaintiff on
referee's report as modified with order
to sell attached property.
Stato of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. P. II.
IVArvy, et al., defendant,; altering a
public record (Monitor.) Dismissed on
motion of district attorney.
Stato of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. P. II.
D'Arcy ot al., defendants: altering elec
tion returns Mt. Angel. Dismissed on
motion of district attorney.
Stato of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. P. II.
D'Arcy et al.. defendants, altering elec
tion returns Ruttevillo. Dismissed on
motion of district attorney.
L. II. McMahau, plaintiff, vs. the
Canadian Pacific Rallwap Co., defend
ant; action for money. Motion of plain
tiff inspection and permission to copy
letters and documents, etc., argued.
S. R. Catterlln, plaintiff, vs. J. 1.
Welmrg, defendant; action for inonoy,
II. L. Fenton, plaintiff, vs.T.T. Shaw,
defendant action for money. Default
In tho matter of tho estate of S. P.
Hammer, deceased, appeal from the
county court. Demurrer to complaint.
J. R, White.plalntiff, vs. T. R.Taylor,
defendant; action for inonoy. Ry con
sent plaintiff files amended complaint,
defendant to answer same Injforo Juno
F. 11. Lechler, appellant, vs. A. D.
Hall, respondent; npjeal from Justice
court. Defendant's motion on plead
infia over-ruled; plaintiff's second
motion to file amended reply overruled.
F. II. Lechler, appellant vs. O. Pom
eroy, respondent; oppeal from Justice
court. Same order.
F. II. Lechler. appellant, vs, C. C.
Hall, rosiwmdont, appeal from Justice
const. Saiuo unlet.
N. 8. Drown, plaintiff, vs. Allen Har
old, defendant; action for inonoy. An
swer of defendant G. F. Harold Htricken
from tho files on oral motion of tho
plaintiff, for want of service. Judgment
as demanded agaliiBtG. F. Harold.
!,aura Snell, plaintiff, vs. Lydla A.
Wright, et al., defendants; action for
munoy. Present sheriff ordered to
Raucr, SchwoUor, Hop and Malt Co.
Vs. P. V. Goulot. ot all, action for'
inonoy. Jury trial. Non-suit entered
on motion of plaintiff during taking of
testimony. Ry consent plaintiff allowed
to withdraw all original papers nil
noxeil to dosposltion of Geo. W. Dauor
and substitute copies of such originals.
II. A. Thomas and G. W. Watt, part
ners, vs. J. M. Raker, action for money.
Default and iJudgment with order to
sell attached property.
No inorpliluo or oiilumlti Dr. MIIm'I'AU
Pills, Ouiiu All I'ufu. "Uuo cunt u do."
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I Women's Belts
Rvery fashionable sort Is hero. The
asMirtmunt is so largo that spauu
forbids full description. See our
white kid bults, lined and stitched,
that some stores ask W) cents for no
Iwtter our price. .
Tho wautetl kinds Madnts
Silks. Stock with full fnff.
50c. and SI. 00
Ruy them hore and savo. While,
cream, pink, light blue, blatik fanny
S Rrisk buslne brings new awsflrU
muiit, uurrow strlHt, llK(irH, pink,
5 Lt. blue, now blue, cardinal, eo,
5 15c to 50c.
S All priced remarkable low. Iy
m txirtetl uud Domestic Qrgaudlef,
3B Moral and laco uffeots.
15c lo 50c.
HtriiwH and floral designs 10 yard
itatterns exclusively now the pat
I ?7ft ?80 Commercial St. The Old White Corner.
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
BOrAl MHtna WWH CO., mw vo.
Stop at San Fran
Before Coming to
General Luna and Lieutenant
Ily Aoolnrt l'rcaa (n tlie Journal.
Washington, Juno 13. A dispatch
from Gen. Otis, relatlvo to tho depart
ure of tho Second Oregon, states that
tho regiment will bo taken to San Fran
cisco first, for tho reason that ono ship
could not carry all, and It wiih desirable
to send with two ships tho sick and
wounded soldiers, a detachment of thu
signal corps and other homeward bound.
As soon as tho Oregon regiment at.
rives In San Francisco tho soldiers, who
do not belong to it, can bo bo unloaded
and tho ships will thou proceed up th
coast to tho Columbia rlvor nnd Port
land. This will bo determined by tho
timo of tho arrival of tho volunteers.
Manila, Juno 13. Information which
is Indleved to bo reliable has reached
hereof tho assassination General Luna
and Lieutenant Pasco Ramon, on Juno
8, by Agutnaldo'H guard, at tho head
quarters of Agulnaldo.
Luaaand Ramona, it appears, wont
to tho Filipino headquarters to confer
with Agulnaldo, they got Into an alter
cation with the captain of tho guard and
ono of tlium drew a revolver. Tho guard
then killed. Gun. Lumumd Ramona with
London, Juno 13. Special import
unco Is attached to tho cabinet nieotlug
which took place this morning. It
lasted a couple of hourM and It Is be
lieved tho ministers have determined on
ixilicy regarding the Transvaal.
Paiiis, Juno 13. Raron Christiana
who assaulted Prosldont Loubet with a
i'hiiu on June I, was tmW sentenced to
four years luiprlsonii out
STOUJ3 OIUflST JSVENINGS.
Hummer School of Music.
Prof. Kmil L. Winkler has returned
to Salem, and opens a studio in conjunc
tion with Prof Scoblo, in tho Patton
block, where ho can bo found at any
time after today. Prof. Winkler will bo
pleased to recoivo calls from Salem's
musical people, and list pupils for in
struction. General King III.
Tacoma, Juno 13. Drlgadtor-Genoral
Charles King, recently returned from
Manila is suffering from malarial fover.
contracted In tho Philippines, and la 11'
in tills city at tho homo of his cousin.
Water Works for Cheir.awa.
Tho oommlsslonor of Indian affairs to
day authorized tho expendlturo of $300
to comploto tho water works at tho
Indian school at Salem.
Tho 10 or 11 year old daughter of
Chris Framm had her arm badly hurt by
ii fall on Sunday, but no bones wero
Emil L. Winkler returned this morn
ing from Nashville, Tenn., whero ho
lias charge of the conservatory of music.
He will spend tho summer In Salem
amid Ids many old-timo friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Drooks and chit,
dren, of Portland, aro visiting tho
former's sister, Mrs. RcasLeabo.
t up with n linuhclio?
ii u.a;a ia roar c utuv
I' iv o a room' it. m and,
j. ii. vmftr in titntlr
imiv, ..v ,ii hi oi i r
'ntnl jovi cut li t iir. leiiift from
i v umjr.A
inrablrt ? ( iu.UutcU ttuwoli
, will plto roil irouipt tulltr nnd xr .
' urn cum. -.wo ft do, .mi urugguu.
, itaep Your Blood Part,
If yn'J Iiato nrrlcrti'il ynur CIO
long wno, jnu iuu uoii;r mho
.Alio. It will rnmoTO ill Impurities,
i that ha yd urrn accumulating in your
IjIooiI anil will eteallr trrtiKUien.
your nerrri. lTlce, 1 1.00 a bottle.
J. O. AYKIl CO., Low.ll, Uiil.
OiiiCAao.Juno 13. July 70, Coflh 2
red 77. , . .
San Fhancibco, Juno, 13. Cash 1. 10
Tho now and proper stylos Just I
oiHinod. Tecks, Puffs Four In hands, M
IknvB, Now Roils, Now Dlues. M
25c, 50c, 75c -
(M) doon for your selection.
25c to 75c.
White and Gray
Only tho bust here fine cream, Iwil
brlggun, 60 cents suit and up.
Pink untl Lltfht blues 1.70 per wit
Hloyale Gloves, overy pair guaran
Ralbrlggan undorwear. Cannot
told from silk Inappearnce.
SALEM SHOE STORE
oarroUdrowteStfllw-atarUy team frj
gBtf$s4 n RaertL I'ae(
88 State St. Ladd A Bush Bank Bldg.