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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,
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GREAT SLAUGHTER SHOE SALE.
We jiro not
KILLING THE DEAD.
"ot luaklni; Low 1'rioea on Dead Stock, and blowing about it aw a murvul,
but wo are
SLAUG-HTKltrXG THE LIVING!
Hewing down a clean, live stock, level with the dirt which is associated
with cheap prices.
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Kvery Shoe in the Iioumj subject to thw 20 per cent reduction,
lioods marked in plain figures.
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He sure to get our prices if you
The fines chain wheel ever turned out of a factory,
Hartfords, strictly high grade, 535,
Videttes, fully guaranteed, $25 and $26,
SROAT St WILSON.
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. palem, Ore.
Iartrest assortment of
extra sizes and extra iomrs.
mo maiier wnat size you call
for we have them. A soecial
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
" "n -m
BOrlclnntor of Low Prlcoo.
XEAV SHOE STORE,
IM STATIC 8THHBT.
Red Cross Shoes
Our hospital and nurse Shoes,
also Oxfords, have arrived. Try
a pair if you want solid com-
fort. Our big Shoe sale is still
on--we are cutting prices right
tand left we buy our oods 10
per cent, cheaper than mexper-
lenced opposition, hence can
and do easily undersell them.
275 Commercial St.
Wo ure now bundling suit, nnd ui prteos
that make )eoplo stare. Never before
hat bait been wld no choap as wo are
i-ellingit. Wholesale and retail.
Immediately After War is
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And Other Foreign News of Inter
est. II Aaaoclalnl I'reaa (u llir Juurunl.
London, June '.'0. The St. James
Gazette today claims to have received
from an absolutely reliable tource at
Pretoria, capital of the Transvaal, tho
plan of campaign which will bo followed
by General Joubert, commander-in-chief
of the Hoors, iu the event of war
between the Trunsvnul and Great
General Joubcrt's force, it seems, will
consist of 20,000 men, amied with
Mauser rifles, in addition to -10 quick
firing guns and 1000 artillerymen, most
of them drawn from the German and
the Dutch armies. With these troops
and help expected from the Orange Free
State, he will march on KimMrly, the
diamond-mining center in West Griu.ua
land, which forms four of tho 70 divi
sions of the Capo Colony. Kimburlyls
about 100 miles northwest of llloem-
Iu bin march on Kimbcrley, Joubet
will use the railroad as far as available,
expects to capture tho towi. with slight
loss, and blow up the I'e 1 leers diamond
mine. Simultaneously, it is added, the
ralhoad from Cape Town, to llulawace
will be destroyed by Hour sympathizers
and agents iu Capo Colony will destroy
tho Tort Klizabeth-l'retoria line south of
Hloemfontein, to prevent British troops
from using it.
Finally, immediately after Kiinberly
is captured, General Joubert will ad
vance on Capo Town, tho capital of Caie
Colony, through tho western provinces
where tho Dutch predominate, and are
exjK'cted to join tho Hoers. Joulort cal
culates ho will be tho master of Cape
Town a fortnight after the declaration of
war, and that he will then be able to
dictate terms of peace.
I'aiiis, Juno SO. The approaching
arrival of Dreyfus, at Itoiiuosis causing
an Inllnx of foreigners there. Tho
hotels are besieged with applicants for
rooms, which command immense prices.
Gi.asciow, Juno 20. Tho Gttachulaud
I'lt, in Ayrashiro, wus suddenly Hooded
today. Fifteen men are missing.
Later, the endangered pitmen were
Homimv, June 20. Tho riots iu south
ern India have spread to Travaneore,
whore tho police have Ikmiii suverely
iKiaten and forced to retire.
The rioters have seized a number of
guns and a quantity oi ammunition.
They are cutting off the oars of their op.
ouoiitH. AlKiut -loO houses wore burned
at SuiiiIkxivu Dagaruy.
I'aiiis, Juno 20. It is now said that
Provident Ioulxit will ask HourgeoUo,
former prombir, and Del Case, minister
of foreign affairs to form a now cabinet.
I .on no v, June '20. Secretary of State
for the Colonies ChamlHirhiin iu the
house cf eomrnons.today uuiiouucelauild
cheers that new South Walos had
votwl in favor ofJe4lfrHtiou by a large
Sunk on the Shores of Den
Hf Anaui'lalrU I'rraa to (It Jnurnnt.
Nhttokia, II. C, Jtn 20. The
tttwiner Dsnulw. whk-h Ml lwr Mon
day for Lynn t-Hiwl, Akvku, struck a
rtfk on th north dwrtt til Danman i
btwl, trins a lurgo bole in hw hull.
Her qHttin ran Iwr on the bouch,
whwo sho now lis. Ttie stwimr Mnudw
took off hw pfttMfigers ami a larv'tt m
o( her cargo. T1i C'unule's nttir lmld
k fitll of water, ami l)w freight i bwlly
dnifwgd. AtwistUBM from Victoria kiu
betin wirtnl for. No furtitn- pMrtirulurs
art) at kawl.
ArrnHWj Uitf paifeMfni(Hi lb luolm
wr LIntHaHt-GvrHv iielhtt and
ix.Majr JjftltR Grant, ! VUUtrU. T1h
UjHW Tim will take Ow HiiMlVi
paatr fin ti Aloskj.
SALEM", OREGON (TUESDAY JUNE 20 1895).
Atlanta, Gn. Juno 20., Oncohl stylo
magazine at Fort Pickcnss Flu., ex
ploded this morning ami one mnn was
killed by falling debris anil four badly
wounded. Loss scventv-fivo thousand.
The larger magazine and forts were
saved by tbe heroic work of Captain
Niicman and marines from the navy
AcKinley Presents Holyoke
College Graduates With
Oy Amorlntril Irea to thr Journal.
South Hadi.ky, Macs., Juno 20.
Commencement day at Mt. Holyoke
college was made a national event by
the participation of President anil Mrs.
McKinley. President McKinley pre
sented the graduation clas'wih thuir
diplomas and degrees'.
MARION COUNTY COURT.
Business Being Transacted at the Court
In the matter of the, estate of Seth
H. Hammer, deceased, John Hughes,
administrator of said estate, has 11 Us I a
demurrer to tho petition of Joseph Fish
burn, on the ground that this couit has
tlKKO KTC. t'II.KP.
W. T. Slator, receiver, to Tilmon Ford
and W, M. Kaiser, part of lot No. 5,
block No !W, Salem, receiver's deed
Chas Scott, assignee, to Sands Hrown-
ell, lots No. II and 7, in Sunnyside Fruit
Farm No la. f-'.IHH).
Jacob W. King and wife to Chas. W.
Scribcr, 100.1)."! acres in sections ,11, ,1:1,
and 27, 1 7 h, r I w., i. c. d. 1 1.
trances Mel.ano to W. W.
trustee, the n w l.(,
l., of n o i. the s e M of
n w '.,'
and the u e l of sec. 10, t 10 s r
Terrible Suffering On the
Fourtern Men Lost on the Trail The
Dahl River Victims.
Ily Aaaoflntrit lrraa Iti tlir Joiirmit.
VANCivvr.ii, 11. C, June 20. More
victims of tne Edmonton trail arrived on
the steamer Dirigo. According to J.
Itoilly Snyder, for 18 mouths a I'hila
deljihia parfy of 1 1 men was on the
trial. Deserted by their Indian guides,
they lost themselves in the Valley
of Shadow, as they called
it, north of Peace river. On
leaving them on a boggy, treacherous
trail, the Indian guides declared that
none had ventured further north, and
they nronhoxiud an early death for the
argonauts. ,lhu men found their way
to ti black or n.uddy rier, which Hows
into tho Liard. They crossed this
a few miles fiom its source, and
wandered in u bleak country
to the north for weeks. Their food sup
ply became exhausted. Their pack ani
mals died, ami they themselves grad
ually lost'hopo and energy. At last
they turned south, recrossed the black
river and came to the forks of the Nel
son, above Hell Gate. Hero thc-y
lost twenty-thrco horses from starva
tion and had to leave in a swaiup
a major purt of their outfit for lack of
pack animals., (Another 05 days they
lived on just what would keep liody ami
soul together and give them enough
strength to haul their decimated outfit.
At length they reached Sylvester land
ing, on Deaso river, 360 miles from Fort
Liard. Hero hoimlos of over reaching
their goal, thoy turned their faces south
ward again, uud following Deaso river to
its source, iu Uoate lake, made Tele
graph, on tho Ashcroft trull, and cume
down the Stickeen to civilization.
Woo.nsockbt, it. I. June 20. Victor
Adair, mentioned a dead iu a din patch
from Circle City, Alaska, may have Imwi i
Victor Altaire.Jjr., of this city, sou of a'
prominent builder, who left Woonsockot
for the Klondike May 10, 1808, and was
last heard from three weeks ago. lie
sksof being on tho Dahl river.
Hiiockton, Mass., Juno 2U Ther is
no M. Provost, of this city, in the Klon
dike, but Kogor Provost, a Holbrook I
vhoemakur, wont to the gold regions dur
ing tho rush. He has not been heard
from iu several mouths. A wife audi
six children, all lxys, are living hero.
When last hwird from, Mr. Provost wan'
prosxjring and Intends! to return oii. I
Va.nvouvuk, II. C, June 'JO. Tlio
sUjamer Dirigo arrived today from )
Skagwuy, Alusku, with BO KioiHllkws.
Many of them eluiined there was f-VX),
(XX) in gold dust aboard, btit the purr
Mits the amount at H1BO.000. Om
of the jwHsingors, uauiaal Freisingcir,
eoufirmv prtiow storiwt of th
Ium of life on tl, K-liMOiiton
trial. Two Nw Yorkeru, wltoce
nuuMM he eoMlii not recall, ami who
wwn. tliotight to to lave jwriehed, lv
nm fouwl in an Wfuciatd owhIIHou.
MaMi, of PhikMlaliiblu, wlMsoHam Was
bwOM IttdiHlu) Ih the Ilk tti wMHg, Uu
aediw fowml, Uttt he was In a tlflg
Gen. Wheaton's Suc
4. . I I
Filipinos Leave 200 Dead
On the Field.
Admiral Watson Makes
Baltimore .His Flagship.
II y Aaam'lntril I'rraa to the Jmiriint.
WasuiS(ito.v, June 20. Otis forwards
"Manila Wheaton at lnms. Sent a
a battalion South on reconnoiiunce In
the direction of Das Mariuan yesterday
morning, where the eneniv was rciMirtid
to be concentrating his scattered Jforces,
Tho battalion encountered tho enemy's
force of two thouond strong marching
to attack lupis, successfully impeding its
progress. Wheaton with two guns and
two battalions hurried forward and re
pulsed the enemy witli heavy loss, the
enemv leaving over 100 dead on tho
Our loss was five killed, 2;l wounded,
Wheaton was reinforced last night by a
battalion of the Ninth infantry and Is
driving the enemy Iwyond Das Marinas,
which is now iu his possession. Casual
ties today not reported. Wheaton's
qualities for a bold Janil successful at
tack are unsurpassed.
Manila, June 20. Hear Admiral Wat
sou arrived today and iitlsed his tlag on
the cruiser Haltimoro. The commanders
of all tho warships called upon the ad
miral during the day.
Manila, June 20. The ttoops com
manded by General Wheaton entered
Pore. Daf marinas Unlay without oppo
sition except on tho part of a small
lKxIy of rebels who inflicted no losses on
the Americans. The town is an unim
portant place surrounded by swamps
and Wheaton will probably return to
Nkw Yoiik. June 20. "The situation
iu the Philippines is very serious,"
said General Nelson A. Miles, at tho
Waldorf-Astoria last night. "I know
nothing concerning tho story that the
war department Is suppressing the news
from Manila. Hut everybody knows
that things are very serious there. Tim
question of issuing a call for volunteers
has not 1 believe, been decided. I do
not care to discuss the Philippine mat
ter. I am here on private busings."
FOUGHT UNTO DEATH,
What was Commenced in Fun
Ends in Serious
Ily Aaani'lnlril I'rraa It, llir Jiiuriml.
Pui.iHKi, Va., June 20. At Wygel
bridge John Haines uud Mud I mm Pratt,
each agttd 10 were bathing, when Haines
accidentally kicked I'nitt. Angry words
followed and the Isiys left the water and
secured revolvers and Itegau firing and
1 both were hit. I'ratt died almost in
(Htaiitly and Italnc lingered until morn
ing. Wc Place Before Yon
A ehoir line of summer
The article wi I wen Milm'to! with
grwit care and rejireMint home of the
Uttosl and iiH'tt unlipie designs of
tlMMuson. And they are by no
mwiua ileiH)iultut on their apr,xr
a nee for timir attractiwuwt. 'Die
hih iktundard of iwlity ami low
prtMM will certainly prose a Uon
Iottit in their favor.
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
118 OTATU BTnaUT.
P iltil' 900' &XU
The jury iu thecaoo of (. I. Stahl &
Co. vs. J. Welwrg, which was tried
In Juitico court Afonday afternoon,
brought In a verdict in favor of defend
ant. Mr. WolKvg savs, "next."
Street Car Strike at Akron.
Akiio.v, 0 June 20. The local stree t
car system Is tied up by a strike.
TORRENTS OF PAIN.
Cause Black Fork to Flood the
Strreets of Shelby
Ily Aaaiiflnlril I'rraa to the Jniirnitl.
Siikliiv, 0., June 20. Heavy rains
last night raised tho
raging torrent. Tho
are running stream,
era! lives were lost.
Hlack Fork to a
It Is reported sev-
Mansvieli), Or., June 20. Water
rose six feet in tho street, of the lower
jKirtlonsof the city after midnight last
night as a result of tho heavy storm.
Two hundred people at the Casino are
imprisoned by tho water, which is too
high for conveyances to rescue them .
Paiusiivillk, Ohio, Juno 20. Several
cloudbursts occurred last night. The
damage to bridges and roads is more
than $100,000, while the prniHirlv Iom Is
$200,000 or more.
It Is believed now that no lives have
been lost in this vicinity.
Were Not Tram Robbers.
Ciikvknnk, June 20. Tho three men
who were arrested south of Yellowstone
Park, on suspicion of being the Union
Puclfiu train roblsirs have been released.
Investigation showed they were not the
STRIKE AT CLEVELAND.
Non Union Motorman Beaten Into In
sensibility, Other Car Stoned Uy the Mob A Motor
man Fired Into the
Ily Aaaoclatril I'rraa Iu llir .louriinl.
Clkviilanp, June 20. As has been
the rule since tho strike, a riotous dis
turbance broke out today about noon.
Tho crowd boarded the Wade Park car
and heat the iiou-lrnlou iiintorinau into
Another Wade Pink car was stoned
I Jos. Meyers & Sons,
5 Salem's Greatest Store.
waist Nti in
i -.a mi fac
tum mid u
copy of tho
V SUMMER 1
trimmed; constructed to glvou!not
graceful elTi'Ot; !-.. IH to a(); it plou
id tut 'if, irtuu
White and Colored Parasols
The duiiitiust creations imimitfiuahl
Hie the new heuutlo.
51.25 to 55.
Man Tailored Suits
The choice now tuns and new bb
a fine lot just In.
512,50 to 518.50
A IsKiutiful now striped pique
uiro quality. Pink, light blue
lawndcr stripim, tho yard
NKW CHASM AND COVIfiKT SIUltTS
1 278 -280 Commercial St, The Old
I " aw
Makes the food more
and an F.uclid avenue car attacked, At
the corner of Wilson avouue and Qulney
street, one man win shot and others had
The passengers escaped when stones'
began to Ily but the conductor and mo-
torinan were struck repeatedly, The
latter drew a revolver and fired three
times into crowd.
Three Persons Arrested
Landing at San Fran
Ily Aaamilnlril I'rraa lit llir Jonrnnt.
San Fiuncisco, Jum 20. On the nr
livnl Steamer Australia from Honolulu
today, local detectives arrested three
persons suptoed to be Implicated in
the robbery which oceuried on board
tho Steamer Almeda, when $26,000 was
in some mysterious way removed from
the vault rooms of the vessel.
Stabbed to Death.
Nkw Yoiik, Juno 20. George Wald
vogel, died Unlay fiom the effects of a
stab indicted by PhilipMcDormot. The
murder was the outcome of jealously.
San Fiianoisco, Juno 20. The
steamer Australia arrived lodnv from
Honolulu, bringing word that tho war
ship Philldolphla sailed from Honolulu
or San Francisco on Juno 11.
Miss Lola It. Stokes, who has Imcii
visiting friends Iu thiH city, returned to
her home at Forots Grove today.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach tho dUeased jwtiou of tho ear.
There is only one way to euro deafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an iullamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the F.ustach
Ian Tube. When this tulw gets In
llamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed deafness is tho result, uud
unless the inllainatlon can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will bo destroyed forever;
iiiuo cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which In nothing but an in
fiauicd condition of tint mucous surfaces.
Wo will give One Hundred Dollars f ji
nny case oi Dcasuoss (caused by catarrh)
that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Ciikvkv d Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills ure the best.
ON IS .MUCH
in the inters
est of our
.. ,...M ,.. ,. , ,IIMI , i, ,,,, ltn lg5.,,iJg
NO 145. ' j3
delicious and wholesome
roveia co., m tem.
CHARGED WITH MURDER
Daniel Downing Arrested F'dfi
the Murder of Joseph .Z
Juno 20. Twpl
weeks ago ten boxes of wtlmon
stolen from the wharf at Gruy lmrMr;
Suspicion was directed to Joseph Ander-
son and Daniel Downing, tUhormcn.W
Subsequently Anderson's dead body wasJE
discovered burled in the sand. NW
Tho corpse presented n ghastly iglitj$
The head dropped back, disclosing 'alT
clean cut from ear to car, while tho 2
skull had lwon crushed with a blunt hi'!
Htrument. Downing has been urrested,ji
charged with murder. p
Qiven the Minimum Fine.
The case against Mr. Perry for assault
and battery on Wilsun Putnam, cainn
before Kooorder Jud.di this afternoon
and defendant was fined f.". ami co?ts.
Been Sick 7
Ar Von TocoverlDj m hit u you
should t Hat not your old trouble
left your Hood full of ImpurltleiT
And Isn't tbU th rttioa too keep
so poorly? Don't dUy rwortry
tuugur, uHfc HU
It will remove till Impurities from
your Hood. U U also tonic of lm
menje valuo. Clva Nature m little
help ut thla tlmo. Aldherbyremor
ln nil tho prodootd of dUeuo Iron
yourlliAj. $1.00. All dxuffjfiU,
Ajer"i Tills cure constipation.
Writ t t'i dixtar frlr an J rK.Ira
m i'iuiti r"r, iinoui etli.
Axiiie... uu, j. u. Ainu,
Cnit'Aio.Juiio2s. July 76f, Cash 3
Han Fhancihco, June, 20. Cash 1.1U.J
35c. and 50c.
New uud nobby gixsls in all colors.
10c. !o 52.50.
New Crash Hats
New WhKe and Grey
25c, to 51.25.
Boys' and Girls' Sailors
A fine asoitiiittiiU( pjahj d fancy
Duck uud crush suit a grand array
Waists, Ties, Sweaters, etc,
i ! r
Pique and Madras-
Summer fouMmhanjUt vt'rjv