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SALEM, OREGON THURSDAY JULY 20 1890.
NO 10 J).
Most People Talk
About the shoe they buy. If the shoes please, what
they say helps the shoe man. Poor shoes create
comment that will kill anyshoe man's trade. Our
shoe trade continues to increase, That's proof
that our shoes give satistac- . traob w?rH
tion. We carry the
shoes, and sell them at a very
. low profit. If you've worn a
pair, we feel sure of your trade mmms'
inthefutuie; and if you haven't, we would be
pleased to have you give them a trial.
for the warm weather. Don't sweat. Buy a cool
crash suit ora light serge coal and be comfortable;
Full crash .suit for 2.40. All kinds of light
weight underwear from 25c up.
A T nrmjn '
t Will HO h'Hlnri ur
: fim uj rmuu LHf
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts.
Saiem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Oregon Volunteers Clothing
LACY o ' ' ' v
GREAT SLAUGHTER SHOE SALE.
Per Cent Reduction
On All Shoes,
Wc are not
irri T.tva fiunii t w a t we do.
""J,Jl1"' t ..... "l""" WE DO DO
t muki ng Low Prices on T)ul Stock, nnd blowing about it as n innrvul,
but wo aro
SLAUGHTERING THE LIVING:
Iluwint! down a clean, live atock, level witli the ilirt which is associated
with cliuap jiricus.
JfJSW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Kvery Shoo in the house subject to the !M wr cent reduction.
uoouB, marked in plain ligures.
k tv. few m. .a . b kw.
fOrlp'ator of Low Prices.
WoSh no thorn Frao.
. NEW SHOE J. STOKE,
01 STATB STltKET.
Red Cross Shoes
Our hospital and nurse Shoes
also Oxfords, have arrived. Try
a pair if you want soild com
fort. Our big Shoe sale is still
on we are cutting prices right
and left we buy our goods 10
per cent, cheaper than inexper
ienced opposition, hence can
and do easily undersell them.
275 Commercial St.
This thing which some merchants ad
vertise of buying goods 10 per cent
cheaper than anv bodv else. The cash
) customer is the one who buys cheapest
nnA lia nnhr rmn Wfa hut nnltr nt ilia
mill 1 1 iv, uiiijr uuv,. ii v. kiaj uiiij vi 1 1 iv-
best manufactures for spot cash and at
the very lowest prices. None can buy
lower. We have none of the liflfraflf ac
cumulated in 15 or 20 years business and
and we are selling our new Spring and
Summer stock at cost. No one else will
offer you any such bargains Come and
see lor yourselves.
R. H. Leabo, Ahnager.
SALEM SHOE STORE
8S State St. LaUl & ISe-h Hank lSWg.
At San Francisco By the Regiment
Uy Aitinrlntril Irra (o llir Jnnrnnl.
Wabiiin'oto.v, July 20. Secretary Al
ger will turn the war department over
toAss't Sec'y Melklojolin on Monday
Wasiii.nuto.v, July 20. An investiga
tion of the complaint that the Oregon
troops aro not projMjrly clothed brings
out the fact that the quartermaster of
tiiat regiment has turned in to the
quartermaster at San Francisco, a con
siderable amount of clothing, including
more tlinn 700 great coats, a immbor of
hlaukots and some heavv under-cloth
ing. This clothing when iceoivcd by
the United States, is not charged to the
regiment and is accepted, if it has not
Sax Fuantisco, July 20. Lieutenant
Colonel Randolph has lxun ordered on
trip through Oregon and Washington in
search of cavalry horses. He will buy
three or four hundred.
Ciiicaoo, July 20. A Tribune Heoia!
from Washington, says: Senator Fair
banks had a conference witli President
McKinley nnd Secretary Hay, on the
Alaskan ltouudary dispute. The sena
tor reports that from a personal obser
vation he is (Irmly lonvinccd that the
contentions of this government are cor
rect, end If a modus Vivendi is agreed
uiou, it niUNt be upon the terms of the
Qirard Is Not Refused a
Monmouth, Or., July 20. Private
Frank Girard, of the Oregon volvnteeors
who left his company at San Francisco
a fow days ago without permission is
now at the bedsido of his dying mother,
at their homo near here.
Ho says the statement mado that he
was refused a furlough is not exactly
orrcct, but that ho was given no assu
rance from the olllccrs that 'H could bo
granted on the day asked for though he
showed a telegram from homo stating
the condition of his mother Ho very
frankly mlmits violating tho technical
rules of military discipline, and does not
eriticiso the regiment's olllccrs in tho
matter, but was led to the hasty act by
his earnest desire to see his mother.
Ills people are highly respected, his
father being proprietor of tho I.ucki
mute flouring mills, and tho young
man is universally regarded as worthy
ot tno sympathy snown in ins ueiiaii.
A petition was sont to Governor Geer
asking his influence to secure his honor
able discharge without punishment.
Frank Girard, tho volunteer who left
his company at San Francisco to visit
his sick mother, was In Salem. He
presented to Governor Gecr a petition
signed by many prominent citizens of
Marion and Folk counties, among them
Dr. 1'arrish, who is attending Mrs.
Girard, asking the governor to intercede
in u Irani s bcltalt in ortlcr that lie
not bo summarily dealt with
left for San Francisco today.
CIxTivw rii-'n i a
oiuMi am uoiiim''
Transports Unable to Coal
The Conquering Hero Nearing Home
Other Foreign News.
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
ort oni wjwota Co.. ntw ok.
Ilv Axiirlnle.l I'rrn tn thr Jnurnnl.
Wahiiisoto.v, July 20. The following
was received by the war department:
"Manila The storm Is still prevail
ing, the barometer is rising, indicating
Improving weather .-ondttlons. The
troops on the outposts have suffered se-
HOME LOAN POPULAR.
!$100,000 Bend Subscription Taken in
Half an Hour.
Wasiiisotox, July. 20. Seorutary Al
ger received from the president a letter
accepting his resignation, to take effect
Wahiiixotox, July 20. ltoliof Is gain
ing ground in well informed circles
that Hliliu Hoot, of New York will bo
tendered tho secretaryship of war.
Whisky Thief Bound Over.
Charlie Wong, the Chinamnu who has
been acting as Janitor at the Talking
ton saloon was arrustcd late yesterday
on a charge of stealing lequors. He was
caught in the act, and was this afte.
noon brought before City Iteconlor
Judah. Col. N. If. Knight apHiared
for him and upon his advice Charlie
waived examination, was bound over in
tho sum of f 250 bonds.
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant lluvor, gentle action, und
soothing fiHectof Syrup of Figs, when
In need of u laxative, und If the father
or mother b costive or bilious, the
most gratifying results folio wilts use;
so that It Is the best fuiully remedy
known nnd every family shoud liavo a
bottle. Manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Svrup Co.
A Splendid Endorsement of the Success of a Citizen's Administration A New
Era Inaugurated in the Disposition of Low Rate Home Securities.
At 8 o'clock this morning City lleconler Judah opened tho lsmd. sub
scription book nt his olllce in the city hall and in less than half an hour over one
hundred thousand dollars of tho now loan was taken over signatures that aro as
good as gold,
The subscription look will bo kept open until SeptoinlMtr 1, and all subscrip
tions received up to that time w ill receive consideration. Of course, it is tho In
tention of the city council to conllnu this loan to people in and about Salem,
and also to interest as largo a number as possible in the future welfare of tho city.
Tho Lnilil it Hush subscription for the whole amount is mado with tho under
standing that it is only for the piy-poso of securing their share of the issue, or in
case all aro not taken to securo tho remaining unsold bonds. This notion on (ho
part of Salem'M heaviest bank will do much to establish public confidence In tho
loan. Mr. Hush was from the start a staunch advocate of tho popular loan idea,
and his actions in tills matter do that gentleman credit.
Tho committee in charge of tho Iwnil Issue are firm in their position that all
subscribers will bo protected, anil that no advantage will 1k scoured' by the
larger investors or by any person or coinpany. In short every person subscribing
will bo assured that their lusser subscriptions will bo honored first of all.
Claud Gath, .'J.BO s t trj
Claud Gutoh, 15.1000H '. 10000
J. W. Illekford, 20-r()s ............'.'.'.'.'..".'. 1000
J. G. Fontaine, -MH)h ,,,,. 'oqo
J. IJauingartner. 20-100 s ..'..'..'.. 2.000
verely and tho former linos of communi
cation have been cut in some instances,
but not serious. No material increase
in sioknoBs Is reported. Unable vet to
coal, returning transports."
TlUHSTK, AVMTItIA, July 20.TIIO
Cruiser Olympia, with Admiral Dewy
arrived hero yesterday. The Olympia
will remain here about two weeks.
Dewey's health is perfect. Ho exacts
to remain on board tho tlagship with
tho exception of occasional trips on
ItKitM.v, July 20. the Cologne Ga
zette, Apia correspondent cables that
tho Germans are highly pleased over
the successes achieved by llaron Von
Steluburg, the German member of the
Sainoau commission against the opposi
tion of commissioner of Great Hrltain,
The German commissioner the dis
patch adds acceded to tho demand of
United States Commissioner Tripp for
tho confirmation of Chief Justice Cham
lierir decision, merely as a matter of
form and in order to preserve valuable
Honolulu, via Sax Fiuxnsco, July
20. Volcano Mokuawowco has become
active after several years of quiet, them
is ftu Immense How of lava, gieat excite
ment prevails all over that island and
it is rumored in Honolulu that the lava
How Is within live miles of the cltv of
Tho hospital ship Sodaco arrived from
San Francisco on the Hth. Tho trans
jKirt Pennsylvania aralved on the l.'lth.
Iloth vessels will coal und resume their
voyage to Manila.
The charter for thu First National
Hank has lcon approved and signed by
President Dole and tho minister of the
The cruiser Iloston Is due here 011 the
fifteenth on the way to San Francisco.
Captain Satterleo of the Sixth artillery
died here on the telith.
Pow-wow In Illinois.
National Committee Men
Will Be Present
Cars Running' and Freely
1 4 k t
S. A. Sanford. 20-200.
A. N. Hush, guardian, (1-200 s.
A.N. Hush, 20-riOOs
I.add it Hush
A. F. Hofer, 2-200 h
a. v. fim.r
II. J. Fleming, for Central lodg'o, No. 18, Kiilght8lVthViH', .'...'., '2J)0
Florence MoKliiule rt. .",,?,. ..'.'.'.'.". fW
Win. P. Urd ,., jiron
A. II. Glllis 2fiOU
James Walton, 10W s , "700
J. F. Hughes , ., '.'.........'. UfiOO
G. (i. Hrown ." " oVai)
Ily Anauclntril I'rcaa to llir Jiiurniil.
Nkw Yoiik, July 20. The strike in
Hrooklyn this morning resulted in no
important changes. Morocars are run
ning on tlio various Ilium and the lines
aro freely patronized.
Although the master workman, Par
sons, said today was to ho a big day for
tho strikers in the Manhattan Ixirough
this uiornihu onoucd in a unlet uuv.
The cars all started from the barns 011
It, S. Huan
It. II. UalK), 10-100 s
Miller I). Hitydeu...
Du.i.as, July 20. A roiiort from
Childress Texas, states a oloiid hurst
occurred In that region with disastrous
rosults. Property loss is very heavy
hut nothing is learned of the fate of
the Mople in tho luuiiadated section,
which embraces a ortlnn nf eight
Imiianai-olis, July 20. The attend
ance of thr fourth biennial International
convention of tho Kpwort IxHigue, which
opened today will he In the nolghlor
hood ten to twelve thousand aeoonllug t"
the revised estimates tho local malingers
Bryan Acting as Peacemaker Other
Ilr .Oflnlril lraa u the Jnnrnal.
Ciiicaoo, July 20. P. J. Devlin was
tho storm conter of the Democratic
gathering this morning and the light
over his retention or dismissal was very
Shortly before noon the Altgeld.people
made a decided change of base, Mhen,
it was announced that Altgold did not
proviso to stand or fall by Devlin or by
what was done with him.
The Altgold people won an unquali
fied victory so far as tho attendance at
tho meeting tonight was concerned.
Hryon will certainly speak and prac
tically every member of the national
committee will bo there to hear him.
Hrynn has mado u proposition to the
warring fattens tho meeting tonight is to
be placed under the control of the na
tional committee This would relievo
him (nun tho dilemma of taking sides in
the Illinois row.
It is now certain that unless thu hi
uielullists secure the recognition they
demand from the national committee at
this afternoon's meetings, they will
form a new national committee.
Ciiicaoo, July 20. Democratic na
tional committee removed press repre
sentative Devlin. No other Important
Ciiicaoo, July 20. National bimetal
lic committee met today and elected
John V. TomliiiRou, Alabama, to suc
ceed lulu Senator Harris. No other bus
iness of importance transacted.
Ciiicaoo, July 20. At (lie of the
Ohio Valley Hiiuetallio League, the
llrst move for the consolidation of the
existing free silver clubs ami organiza
tion into one big association wan made.
Cxhauitlon nnu uicnk down follow Grttt
freventltUv ulnjr Dr. Mllei' Nervine.
My friend what aro you sweating about?
Von say you aro warm and dry,
have some Hue Ice Cream,
That you had ought to try.
If you want up-to-date Ice Cream,
Just call round to their store;
And if it all should ho sold out.
They can quickly make some mure.
IS4 8tnto nt.
Cash 3 red 711.
Han FitANcnico, July, 20..
20. Septemhci 71,
BIG RAILROAD DEAL,
The O. R & N's President
Cor. State and liberty SCs.s Salem, Ore.
IUVKT Yell It I.YF ON Is
If vou ure hiking for spectucles or
eyeglast-es. Kcieutinc methods run all
all through our busiuuri of rlttJng sight
and siirht holiw.
If yon are unable to ay a fair price
for glasHM, nuiktf the fact known to us
and w will furnUh tlutm free of ehurgo
if anv one W nwllv Ujo poor to nay.
aIIbcIkxJ children should hav thwir
yns tted tofort entering M-hooi.
Come in any tint-. No churjut- for the
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
J XO STATB BTIJUET
Nkw Yowk, July 20. Tho Herald
says: A deal is under way, involving
the combination of four prominent rail
roads ana perliaps two or tiireu more.
making a complete truiiK line irom uie
Atlantic to the Pacific.
Among theso properties are the
I'liion Pacific, the Illinois Central, the
Chicago und Alton, thu Chicago Ter
minal Trunsfer Company, the Oregon
Short Line, the Ortnrou Hallway and
Navigation ComiKtny and Ikiltlmure
Nbw Yohk, July 20. Iluuardiug tho
rtjixirts A. II. Moh lor, president of the
Oregon Hallway and Navigation Com-
iwuiy has accepted the ftrttsalufiey of the
Hg Four, Win. I- Ihill. the loading di
rector of the Oregon ainl Navigation Co.
"I have several telegrams from Mulder
at l'ortland, and in none lias tie sum
anything alwut hU intention U) retire
from the prosideur)- of Hir eompany."
San Francisco Excursion
Only $17,50 for the Round Trip,
Plenty of time to see everything.
AN IDEAL SUMMER OUTING,
Leave Salem August 3d.
Side trips to At. Hamilton, Tumalapias, Berkley, Palo Alto
and various places of Interest. For detailed information and
tickets, enquire of W. W. SKiNNBR,or H. D. Pattqn, Salem,
or DR. C W. BARR, Aanager, Lebanon, Ore.
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CI SALEM'S GREATEST STORE (J
I COME TO 00R GREAT SALE!
While Oiir GREAT SALE is going on
Wbil? Oiir B0YER5 are in the EAST
We are renovating and remodeling our store, We have ad
ded a large well lighted wrap department, turned our old
wrap department into a hosiery, underwear and corset de
r4u"w" iu"w w xiuaicry acpdrunenx mio a line um
brella department, in short we will open up this Fall with a
fine new stock of goods and a modern arranged store, We
invite you to our GREAT SALE during the. next 30 days,
li A A i I A M JUL
WE WILL SURPASS AIA nnn AT CATO
ALL FORMER EFFORTS IN THIS VJlVJ2.r 1 O.OJUDJ I
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