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SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, ATJGKUST 8 1899.
Wc don't want to carry the following goods
over, sooffcr them at greatly
Ladies' finest tan vesting top, lace, shoes, latest
styles, all sizes, reduced from $2.75, now "
Our fine vesting top tan lace shoes, all sizes,
newest toes, reduced from $2.40, now "
Ladies' tan $2.00 shoes, now '
Ladies' oxford Ties, tan or black, all styles,
former prices $1.65 to $2.25. Your choice for
Ladies Oxford Ties, $1.3i lines, now '
Odd lots of child en's and ladies' shoes and Ox
J Odd lots of finer grades
2 Mixed lot of ladies' shoes, sik
S i i
fees 2 1-2. 3 and
- m . r .... . . . -
j i-. iormer prices irom x2 to ;m.2;, now '
Men's summer coats and vests; finest mohair
goods; price $2.50, now
Extra fine blue serge coats and vests; former
price $5.00, now
Same style, also very fine, price $4, now
Of course we have the cheaper grades if you
Appeals to the PoW'
Our bargains arc not confined to the "clos
ing out goods," Our regular lines at our
regular prices are the best values in the
A few gent's fine mohair dusters, sizes 39
to 46, full length, price $2.20, now S1.75.
Wc are going to clear them all out so
now's your chance.
Transports to Leave Manila
THE .MEW YORK RACKET
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Mill COT i m
Those Shoes -you saw in our
window out to S2.50 will be
this month for
a pair, cither Black or Tan.
Remember, the same grade
cost you S2.60 elsewhere
Sec our Ladies Tan Shoes at
the new prices, $1.25 upward, at
275 Commercial St.
1 1 J&jtL
Oy Annoolntrtl Irr to the Journal.
Manila, Aug. 8. Agniniddo hnn ap
pealed to the powers for recognition of
"Filipino independence," in a docu
ment dnted Turlnu July 27. It 1ms leeii
received by all foreign consuls in Ma
nila with the. request tlint they forward
it to their respective governments.
TIhj Filipinos uho tho argument that
they had conquered tho Movoreignty of
the isliuulu from Spain before the digu
ing of tho treaty of Parte and thercfoie
Spain was in no jositioii to cede them to
tho United States.
Nkw Yoiik, Aug. 8. A special to tho
Herald, from Washington, says:
Some uncusinoH a prevails in military
circles iclativo to tho attitude of China
with reHjtcct to tho Filipinos, as a result
of her refusal to permit the shipment of
horses purchased by agents ofticueral
Otis to Manila, on the ground that they
life "contraband of war."
While I'ekin the government has not
formally recognized tho hclligroney of
Aguinaldo, her announcement that
horses are contraband is regarded as
dangerously near recognition.
Olllcials Interpret the action to menu
that China holds that this government,
instead of being engaged in tho Huprcs
sion of an insurrection is involved in a
war and that goods purchased in her
empire for the use. of tho American
army are consequently contraband.
WasiiinuTon', Aug. 8. Following has
leen received from Otis: Manila: A
three days typhoon, is raging, render
ing work on tho Uay Iinossiblo. The
transport Sheridan with tho Minnesota
and Dakotas and discharged soldiers
sails for San Frnnciscoon tho 11th. Tho
Valencia and Xealandia, when coaledi
requiring ten days good weathor, will
leave with Moutuuai and discharged
They arguo that jKjMsossionH of 7000
Spanish prisoners captured with arms,
lighting against the Filipinos, is uu ul-oqt-nt
proof of nullity of Spanish sover
iguty and that when tliey surrendered
Spain's hold was irrevocable lost.
Tim document hkmU to the lowers
to iulliieuco Washington to bring to a
termination and unjust wur which is
devastating tho country."
Wahiiixotox, Aug. 8, Agulnaldo's
address does not worry olllcials bore.
There is no idea any foreign government
will heed the addros. It has Immjii the
dawiro of Aguinaldo and assouiutes from
first to Kciire such recognition and as
tho parliament has put tho desiru into
formal chape it may bring to un iwuo
tho position of outside governments.
It is ututtid parliament dooe not slmru
tho apprehension that is hmIiI to oxlst
among the army olllvers that China
gives Indirect rocoultion to the Filipinos
by refusing allow the Americans to ship
homos from China to Manila, be
cause they are "onntralHind of war."
Minister Conger reports China's uonre
due to certain demonstrations prohibit
ing exportation of lwreoB to Poiioe.
admit Kdward Friday, who had creden
tials from the Clothing Salesmen's
Union, on tho ground that ho is a Tam
many olitician and nu inspector on the
Thinl avenue railway, and not a bona
tlda salesman. William Martin, with
credentials from tho Knights of Labor
local nsscmblv of 15(13. was reiected on J
the ground that ho had been n candidate
on tho lust Republican ticket. It wan
decided also not to admit delegates
claiming to represent central bodies,
like the district assemblies of Knights
of Labor and the Central Federated
Joseph Darondos, of tho tailors, leader
of a score of strike, made a passionate
appeal for organization.
"wiry should wo longer wnitf no
asked, to have more jails filled and more
indignities heajed upon us? 1 tell you
the time to act is now. Tammany 11 all
sent mo to prison, and tho capitalists
sent that heroic leador, Eugene V.
Debs, to a prison coll for your rights.
Hut tho time to end It all is hero, and
labor must strike Now is tho time.
Now York is the place. Organize!"
Harondos was loudly cheered. The
proposition to form a pcrmanont organ
ization was then submitted to a vote,
and tho folloiviiiL' olllcors were elected:
Chairman, William J. O'llrion president
of tho board of walking dolegatca and of
tho Granite-Cutter's Union; vice-chairman,
T. M. Daly; secretary, Ernest
liohcni; treasurer, Patrick McCarty;
ecrgeant-at-arms, Kichftrd Cooney.
The Notorious Drey
Conducted With Secrecy and
r Abs&luteix "Pure
Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome
OTl ixa KWO CO., NIW vow.
Is in the Throes of a Political
II r Aaaoclnlcil Ire tu the Journnl
Pout au Piunck, llayti, Aug. 8. Tho
i evolutionary Dominion corps, which is
assembled at Munamiiithc, have crossed
tho frontier and taken iwssession of
Dajabon. Tho Garrison at that place
retired to fort llelar, a strategic position
commanding the town. Tho foreign
population and the I lay t ion consul have
left the place.
DEATHS AT MANILA.
Oencral Otis Sends the . Department Ills
General Otis has cabled the following
additional deaths in his cemmand:
"Masii.i, Aug. tl. Adjutant-General
Washingten: Following deaths sliue
last weekly repert: Cause unknown,
April (I. Itulpli C. Coates, K, First
California; drowned July -I, John
Mullauev, contend Twenty - llrst
infantry; Jn'y 14, William H.
Murrav, K, Twenty-first Infantry;
August II, Albert Hoos, D, Sixteenth
infantry; typhoid fever, July 14, Well
ard II. Ilalpli, II, Utah artillery, on
Hancock at Nagaskl; dysentery, July
12, Christian It. Sprezzori, corporal K,
Eigliteentli infantry; William Has
mussen, corporal F, Twelfth infantry:
July'-t) Levi W. Melliuner, corporal
Thirteenth Infantry; August 1, Ed
ward L. Hedell. A, Twenty-llrst
infantry; malariabfever, July 10, James
Dabney, G, First California; July !M),
John L. (larvoy, L, Ninth infantry;
August 2. Thomas Ilurcbill, (J, Twenty
second Infantry; from wounds in action,
July II. Michael Walsh, II. Sixth In-
ifniitry; July 2(1, Thomas Totton, L,
I Fourth cavalry ; July ill, I!orlort Tracy,
K, Twenty-llrst infantry; menin
gitis, July 110, Arthur Morse,
J), Eigliteentli infantry; pulmonary
tuborculosis, July 21, Junius M. McCar
ron, corporal II, Twenty-llrst Infantry;
linouinonla, July II. Thomas Conway,
M, Twenty-llrst Infantry; vnlvulous
ilocaceum, August 1, James M. Cliugli,
M, Twenty-llrst infantry: suicide, Au
gust 2,1 Marvin Mellonry, Fourteenth
infantry; appondicitis, August .1, Clar
ence Mason, band, Fifty-first Iowa.
High Officils to Bo Charged With
foreign newspapers was held to protest
against tho manner in which they have
been treated in the distribution of
tickets at the trial. Tho English and
American press men, who are tho great
est sufferers from tho unintelli
gent way in which tho tickets
were allotted, took tho lead
ing part in tho proceedings which
ended in a decision to make tho stromr-
est representation in the proporquarters
in ntvor j! an amelioration oi too con
ditions. Several prominent English and
American journals wore virtually ex
cluded from today's session in favor of
insignificant Continental sheets.
Cor. State and Libeicy Sis. Salem, Ore.
THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.
. Dean and Prlnolpal or vocai oBpannmi.
;ttal of Piano DeHrtimnt ; Khmixu.ii i L. 1IHhb,
One of Its Employes Found at
II? AMUflnlril I'rca lu llif Journnl.
Poktla.vd, Aug. 8. J.C. IUIdobrand,
umployod in tho business olllco of tho
Oregouiaii, was found dead in front of
Ills residence this morning, with his
neck broken. It Is supposed, ho fell
from the steps when he went home last
II r AocllrU Vrrm 1 Hip Journnl.
Nbw Oiilkaxs, Aug. 8. Marquis Cum
lllo Dtf Itomano loft last night for Wash
lugton. H was bciiI hure as envoy ox
triiordiuary from Hih Iuilian ombussy in
Washington to investigate the recent
lynching of five Italluns at Tallulluh.
Ily AimiM'Intril I'rm lit the Jnurunl.
IIkn'.niis, Aug. 8. Police arrangements
in the vicinity of the I.yceo this morning
are tho same as those yesterday but not
more than a hundred ihwiiib had gath
ered nt tho hour fixed for tho days pto-
ceedlngs in tho trial of Dreyfus.
The prisoner waH conducted to the
Lycee at 0:15 it. in. secret sitting lasted
until 11:15, when the court abjourucd
until tomorrow. Tho day passed so far
quietly. Paris 8 the jury today nays
there are grave contradictions.
General Morcler and Former Presi
dent Ciisimler Perier were lie font tho
court of cassation audit is understood
that the counsel for Dreyfus Is prepar
ing a dramatic coup. Counsel proposes
that when the respective doMsltloiiB uro
presented to the com t martial to charge
either Merclor or Perier Willi perjury,
the arrest would then occur while the
accused is still in the witness box.
An evening paxu hero caused a sen
sation by including among the supple
mentary witnesses whom Colonel Jou
auste announces ho Is to summon per
sonally tho name of Du M tiller, olllulally
described as u merchant of Lille, but
whom the papr characterizes as wit
ness from Potsdam, asserting that he
will testify concerning uu incident which
(H'curn-d lu Emperor William's cabinet.
It is also said that there is a witness
named Wilton, a merchant of Lyons,
who, according to tho same paper,
tho witness to whom Colonel Jouaustft
referred as having seen Dreyfus convers
ing with German officers during his stay
In Alsace. Everything is quiet this eve
ning. Madame Dreyfus visited tier husband
this afternoon and found him hostful,
though much unnerved, as tho rigorous
examination and especially tho unfeel
ing demeanor displayed toward him
proved a tromondous strain.
Thoro uro many persons who were
present at the trial now under tho im
pression that tho harshness of tho pre
siding Judge was assumed and was in
tended to disarm thoenemhwof Dreyfu"
who are exceedingly anxiously to inter
pret ordinary courtesy into the grossest
partially toward the prisoners. If this
bo the case, and such an explanation is
quite plausible, Dreyfus is naturally un
aware of it, and tho effect upon his
highly strung nerves must lie very
Several Calilornians Seriously
llr Aanoclntri! l'rc tu flip Journnl.
Los Hasos, Cab, Aug. 8. Tho south
bound express left the tracks last night
south of l.os Pales, throwing tho engine
and nine cars into the ditch. En
gineer Ford and Fireman Wood were
scalded to death. Mrs. Nlswongor, of
Fresno, and II. Moser, of Pan Diego,
were seriously injured. Hoveral others
were slightly injured.
A NEW YOHK MYSTERY.
meeting ol tiiooorrospouuonisoi inoj Anderson
Wealthy Merchant Accused of Attempt
to Murder His Wife.
Nkw Yoiik, Aug. 8. Mrs. Annie
Kronmaun was found by her husband
in her home on Eight avenue uncon
scious, with two five-inch gashes in the
back of her head, ltcsido her on the
tloor lay a bloody hatchet. The tlat
was in perfect onfor, and Mrs. ICron
miinti.s Jewelry, valued at several thous
and dollars, had uqt been disturbed.
There was no evidence of a struggle.
The woman had evidently been struck
down while passing through tho private
hallway. Mrs. Lruumann wur removed
to the hospital, and up tu a Into hour
bud not regained consciousness.
Nathan Kroumaun Is a wealthy
fruit commission merchant,
Kroiimaiiu was permitted to visit
lloosovolt hospital. Afterward ho was
asked by tho millco to go to the West
Thirty-fitth-strcct station. Ho was in
formed that ho was not under arrest,
but that he was "merely detained." To
persons familiar with local police
methods, this moans tho cqiilvahuit of
being arrested. Tho police say tliey
have learned that a woman batf been
I mucii in uronumnn h company oi late,
! and that she called frequently at his
place of business. Kromanii and the
i woman, thuKilico say, would spend
several uours in eacu outers h company
on such occasions, and he always arrived
home late. When his wife demanded
explanations, lie pleaded business on-
was in I-, ,., ..,, i,. I.. 1. 1.. ..1,..,..
I wwiiiiii.iui in nt'iiu ii ii'ii.ii mn imti
oi DUHiuess, accompanied ny too woman,
and he admitted that he did not reach
his homo until 7 o'clock. When ex
amined at the police station, his coat
sleeves and cuffs were found to 1st
stained with blood, hut he explained
this, saying that ho had received the
stains while lifting his wife out of the
Kniiiiiiann was placed under arrest,
lie Is charged with having murderously
assaulted his wife.
Tim case of L. J, D.ivoiisrt vs. Fred
Dose Is on trial this, Tuesday, afternoon
before Justice Johnson. Tho plaintiff,
Davenport, alleges that the defendant
owes him some fiW as a balance duo him
for purchasing ami handling oats for
defendant. Dose makes a general
denial and puts in a counter claim on
the ground that the oats fell short of
plaintiff's measurement and ho lost
money on tho goods, Hoiiham. Jeffreys
and Martin are attorneys for the plain
tiff, and John A, Carson for defendant.
Trial Is Isiforu a jury consisting of W.
W. Ilenburn. Frank Post. C. II. Lane.
Ilozorth, T. T. looker, Earnost
Choat on the Canada
He Says Negotiations Are
Itojiort on tho Italian Lynchings in
lorlntrtt l'rcnn to the Journnl.
do.v, Aug. 8. Josophia Choate, U.
.nbassador to Great Ilrltaln, said in
H -itrtl to tho the recent war or nrhltrn.
tlon speech delivered by Sir Wilfred
Iiurler, tho Canadian premier: "There
will bo no war. It is safe to say no
amount of iolltIcul talk by politicians
could occasion it war In thlsconnecllon."
Choate added that negotiations were
progressing, "but" ho oxplutned, "they
aro always slow and I can say nothing
at present its to tholr status."
Wasiiincito.v, Aug. 8. Tho Mate de
partment has received from Italian au
thorities a coyy of n report by Marquis
Honiano on tho Investigation Into tho
lynching of live Italians in Louisatia.
Tho report contends that Dr. Hodges
first drew a weaimn and that tho first
shot by Defatta was In defense of u
fallon brother and not a Minion attack.
Conceding some extenuation In tho
lynching of tho two immediately con
corned In tho Hodges killing, Hemoim
contends that tho lynching of tho other
three was a thing of particular atrocity.
CmuAiio, Aug. 8.-Troop L, Third
cavalry, leaves Fort Sheridan foVHeatthi
Wasiii.noton, Aug. 8. HurXoon
O'Hellly today cabled the first case of
yellow fever among tho troops of Ha
vana. Tho victim is William Ileatty ,(
tho Elgth infantry,
Ex.Qovetnor Atkinson Dead.
Nkwjian, (in., Aug.7.- -Former Gov
ernor W. Y. Atkinson died this morn-Ing.
I wandered to tho yllhigo Tom
And sat down in the shade
In Ellis' & 'Inns' refrehiuent stand
Ami drank some lemonade.
The peanuts that they huvu there Tom
'I ho truth you ought to know
For a nlcklo you get two sacks
You could not years ugo,
Cash 2 red 7()ii.
Han Fiuncisco, Aug. 8. Cash L(MJtf,
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tlrely under the management i the (llge of Music. Se
Is lgsued Thursday morning In time to reach: all twits
of the state the sum week.
Over the Island
lAHO. II jriill
rf KUll'K oil a
Ttloii nr trip
o. Meuers & Son
(J SALEM'S GREATEST STOKE J
HeiiiciiiUr I lie
our lll Oritur fi
II r Aix'lnlrl l'rc to tUr Jnurunl
Fomt nu 1'kaxck, Martinique, Aug.
3. A eyelone prwvaUiMl yterday on tl e
Utuml of (iwuUloii). Many small
rtshiHg lts, hJmxmmhw ami two smmII
stMiiiiwra ww wniekwl awl SMiik.
PtaitttUm mfUttml hmivily.
The 1.00 Weekly...
in V parUgnntalnjall Important PorjIgD JfaUtSt81
and gtate Newt.
LABOR POLITICAL PARTY.
Steps Taken to Organize One to New
Nww Yonk, Aug. 8. In rjmH to a
asH tsstiMl Him tiiww ago ly Unr Cn
trul Fudretd CnioH, 21 dIiHtM, rep
rwnting 106 lttbor ornlwtkHM, imt
In CtanNMlAH Iwll to mtMvr thu ad
visability of forming a tmrtmtmtt labor
paMtieal rrty. Vrmkimt Samuel
Print of Um CtMtru ftfthraifel Uiikm,
atts Mmhr tU t teMnwtteH ( tlwt
Uxly, mUttd Um wtHtting to ordtw.
TU! rralwtiaU i-uiuniitUi dwlinwl U
of! wMzMwu m
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vr vt,- -s
Watch and Clock Cleaning.
Awl rehiring is a srmotalty of our.
IMng UwrcHighly familiar with thedlf-
f...nt malrwiinf watC.llB ami cloiiks Ulld
having Hiiwh eiciHiriencw with this class
of work the repairing of valuable and
dilkt time bm will W skillfully
done. , . ,
WeaUotlo egravig, njini5 hj
Try o wi you will eomt
"To be prosperous you should look prosperous." j?
Our H, S M, Guaranteed Clothing is the most pupular
upto'date line shown in Salem. If you are looking for
honest values you will surely come to us, ???
If you are looking for style you will surely come to us.
Our Clothing is made by the most skilliul tailors,
T-t r j " . i yrt "
every ouu is ouaranieea x u
When you poo
It in our AU It l
Wc have the largest stock in the City and are original in our ideas of doing
business, we are ujvto'datc, progreastve, and determined to stay in the lead. X
OUR BUYERS now m the East arc young in years but old in experience They
arc neat in their taste for selecting goods. X A. X XL X X
OUR RATING with Dunn and Bradstrect enables ua to buy direct from factories
in any quantity wr desire. X X X X X X X X
Jlfl BTATB BTHDCT.
tTORElOur Great Sale is Now on in this Department,
nt imnr irt- "
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