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SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY SEPTEMBEK 23 189J).
NO, 2!i t
i DID YOU EVER
Wlint It cot8 you for a few days' accomodation at a credit
store? It's no accomodation. You pay an enormous Interest.
Tlio Interest is concealed in the prices but it's there.
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
Is a strirtly one-priced cash stoic. You diii't pay your neigh
lHirs' debts when you deal with tlioui. l-ou"t (to-ilile prices
i SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY,
Underwear, hats.phirts, overalls, gloves, ladies' ami gents' furn
ishing goods, notion.
The spot ensli plan means low prices.
; E. T. BARNES, Prop. :
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store, !
Cor. Commercial and Cliemeketa Sts.
275 Commercial St. Salem, Oregon.
Cor. Stato and Libert Sts. Salem Ore.
Carfds I 1
Are our Stronghold
wt arp. cauallv well
plain staples at bottom prices, Our plain,
is a record breaker at
Are the best and cheapest ever
pleased to show them, even if you
tUllJIUtlil wui yx.i...j
Shoes arc selling fast. Our
Rill Stock now in, all bought
before the late advance in
leather, and we are going to
sell them below any body.
Call and see our styles and
get our prices.
uren & MM
x HOUSE FURNISHERS a 1 1
at the present time. Eut
suDollcd with the more
Both Round and Square
'mil Talis i i
rrriU r,n vour oatronaoe when you are ready
iriw - r
Conditions -Not Much
Rhodes Scores Members ol
War Preparations Continue on Both
Ilr AMH'lntril l'rraa In (lip Jimrnnl.
London, Sept. 23. A spivial dispatch
from Cape Town says:
There win an uxtraordinary scene In
thoaeiuhIy Friday, during tho debate
on "tho registration of voters' " bill,
Cecil Ithodos who has hitherto dopro
eatod tiio advisability of hostilities, re
ixitted the statement that several mem
bers had accepted money for oleetlonor
ing purposes from tho Transvaal govern
ment, with which Knglaud is now on
the verge of war.
This statement created a greut bu
propion and later, spooking on huiiio
bill, Miotic pointedly indicated that
some of the iiiuiiiIhth were practically
guilty of treason ami that they were
"supH)rters of the inlnlstorid party,
who lived entirely ,m "frtl "'d were
nothing more than ,xillticiil scavengers."
The pleasant cllcct and perfect
safety with which ladles may ue
tiyrupof Figs, under all conditions,
makes it tueir iiiyortio ruiiicuy. hi
gut the true and geiiulno article, look
f jr the iiumo of thu California Fig
Syrup Co. printed near the bottom of
the package. For sale by ull druirglsls,
Crossing Hie Rockies.
The M Jelichtful llde acrou the cond
nent ii through Utli and Colorado, ovr
what it known at "The Nenlc Koute of the
WoiM." It malteis not at what aeaion of
the yrar the tiip ii mule, t no time doei
thecenery grow raonotonom, It i in ever
changing panorama of the bcauilci of nature.
One mom nl you are pawing HhoulH gorge
walled In by rocka lliuuan.l of feet ligh,
and the nxt you are abore the mow line,
iVinluc ihmU that tower ahove you until
they wrem alrwxt to reach the iky. One of
the cliaracteilallca of the Colnrudo climate
lit that the extr.met of temperature are
never met wl h. It Ii neither so cold In
wirier nor warm in rummer, at Uon the
llnei olraltwA. whielicrma the detent and
plain The traveler over the Itio Crai de
Se ern alto ha the privilKe o( a itoover,
if lie to elec t at Halt Lake City, or any.
where lwtn Ogden and Denver, on all
clauei ol ticket.
For inform Ion a to ratw, etc , anil for
Uacriiitive mi)ileti, cll on ll mareat
Ticket Agent of the (). It. K. .V N Co. or
Kjudietn Pacific Co., or ail Ireu
J I). MAN'brlhM), (ienl Apt.
KIj (irmd WVnetn Kailway, 142 Ihlrd
nrrcl, Portland llrcgon.
id cure I-a onppe, keep warm, eiptclalfj
lie feet, and take Dr. MUca' Nervine.
high back dining chair
in i-alem, We wiiioe
.. rf 4 t
ready to buy, ieeiing
B v BHjPHBBBBm
I I !' I VPjrS't
?CIAL ST. -L
Rode With His Head Down.
A young man named Nowt Morris,
who Uvea about eight mile south of Sa
lem was yesterday run Into by tho
north bound train nt 6 o'clock In tho
afternoon near tho state fair ground.
Ho was seriously shaken up, being
thrown Into tho nir and away front tho
He was riding his wheel In company
with another and was In tho lead, whin
he was suddenly met by tho approach
jug train tho engine of which struck him
and threw both ho and .his wheel off tho
track entirely demolishing tho wheel
and breaking two of tho rider's -ribs.
He was Immediately taken to a physi
cian for treatment.
The Dreyfus Matter Closed
Ilr Amnrlntnl l'rcaa (u (he Jimrnnl.
l'.Miis, Sept. 23. Tho piwlamation of
tho minister of war, Gen. DcOalhfet, to
the army, declaring tho Dreyfus Inci
dent closed, has excited a keen opK)sl
tion among the Drcfusards, radicals and
MARION COUNTY MATTIiUS
Business Ueing Transacted at the Court
Sheriff Durbln today received the last
Installment of bicycle tags, and now
has enough to supply all who hold ro
culpts. Purlieu who have paid their l'ix
are requested to call for their tags at
their oarlleit convenience, and bring
their receipts. Only three receipts have
been Issued this month, making u total
Sheriff Durbln represented by Deputy
Colb.it Ii today sold tho laud upon which
execution was Issued out of the circuit
court In tho casu In which II. II. .Mat
isou was plaintiff and 1'. F, CiiHtleman
et al were defendants. The land con
sisted of 4. All acres in t 7 h rlt west, and
was hid in by the plaintiff iiImivo named
for 1110,H7, tthich enters the Judgment
The Dedobin place was not sold, as
there were no bidders.
Marriage licenses are In demand tor
the last few days, and have been issued
today to F, Vosh and Caroline Maclike,
II, K, Seymour and F.liialmth Mann,
W. It. Scheurc and Mary l (leer. '
Frnnk A. Turner llled his bond as the
guardian of the htm)ii and estate of
John S, Hawkins, an insane, and Coun
ty Judge O. I'. Terrell approveil the
same, and nppolnted Oeorge W. Watt,
Win. Armstrong and K. F. I'arkhurst
appraisers of the estate.
C. Iv. Itoss, guunliaii of the person
and estate of i'hobo K. Hriggs, nil insane.
nuked the irobate court for an order
authorizing him to sell, at private sale,
the interest of his ward In the Alton
llriggs estate, consisting of real prop
erty, to enable him of ay tho (IiiIiIhoj
of his ward.
, N. Illanch to Kmily J. Illaneh, i.
c. d. to lotM It ami I, blk 1-, in (lervais.
II. Meiriug and wife to O.AC. It. It.
Co. lots 0, 7 and H, blk -II, In Oervais
The Junior p"tinuHlnr riTenlly re
ceived an order from the iotal depart
meiit dismutiniilng the oxehauglng of
null with the (telling overland the or
der going into effect last Wednesday.
Mr. ItoWlMHt answered the eoiiimuni-
ciilliin, urging that the order be milliter
tnaiHlwl, us It would delay much cnmiIIi
ern Oregon mail twenty-four hours, lie
has ln ordered to uguln resiime ex
clMingllig mail with the night train.
Juillce Johnaon Married
roople Uslay. They were KlfraUth
Mann and II. v.. feeymour, ainl the Jim-
tuv U the kmit III the UMt apprmed
htjli-14 tln art.
T.i (lilcano, .New York, I'liilinlelpliW
ami other (wstem eltliw oter the North-
ru I'ucine. Se the HgtiiitS, TlriMiuui,
Watt A C.. !B7 Coinuieroial ttrwt.
lteiw nilwr also that you sate imoiey by
lHiig yir tK-koU in Kfllem liMtetul o
going lo FortUwl to Imy, W S0 It
Tasting Is Enjoyment,
Fine FrwJi Clulte Creawei fer Ui
Ir.Iim. l'fiiy KsU for Um lW. A
m, HHjk Utr Uw irrntlMiiiHi. Fmil. i
"ream ainl nld drink fur all at Ui lUm
lion. ISHKUte WrU
Now the next thinj,' is where will we do our
trading? We all want Shoes, Underwear, Hats,
Caps. Gloves, Sox. Hose, and a great many Dry
Goods. Now. I will tell you. John, that we can
save money by trading at
THE PAIR STORE
In Salem, for I have priced their goods and know
they are all right. Keally. John, i leei iikc we
oueht to tell everybody that they can get more
for their money af THE FAIR STORl! in Salem
than any place else. 0. P. Daunuv is the
proprietor, 274 Commercial Street,
Failed to Be Made
Tlieir Officers Did Not Con
.1 for With Otis,
Six Montana Companies liavo Disem
ilbarkeJ and are Now at Presidio.
Or ' tnrlnlril I'rra lu (lie Jnuriinl.
Ianii.a, Sept SSI. No Information
bus lieen received of tho naval eHdl
tion atSubig bay.
The Filipinos hate not made good
their offer to surrender the American
prisoners in their ikihm'ssIoii, and they
have not sent an olllcer to meet General
Otis as wiib promised, Nothing further
has been heard from the rebels or olll
rtirs who couferritl with General Mac
Arthur recently and then relumed to
their own lines.
1 Six Compnlea Disembarked,
Han Fnt mi seo. Sept. SKI. The six
coinpanies of Montana volnntcerH
which urrlviM from Manila yesterday on
the ZcalHiiilia dlseuiltarkeil today, and
incorted by the Thirteenth Mlune
sotns marcheil to the l'reildlo, where
they will go Into camp prcpartory to
muster out lu nlsiut three weeks. The
soldiers were glteun fitting reception
Iowa Troopn Stilt.
Wasiiisotov, Sept. SKI. General Otis
cabled to the wardepartnient this morn
ing that the senator has sailed with the
Inn a volunteers.
Attt tripled Aaaaisination.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. XI. Dispatch to the
World fniiu Manila Sept. Ill via I long
(leiieralJiweph Wheeler after a skir
mish at I'arae, telegraphed to General
Otis, asking the latter to tend cavalry
for the puriose of preventing the reas
sembling of the insurgents. General
Otis replied that he could not send cav
alry until )cioler. Three attempt hate
been made to assassinate Tavern, the
leader of the pio American Filipinos.
Chinese for Philippines.
Nkw Yoiiic, Sept. SM. A s.oclil to the
Herald from Washington says: Chliitaxt
wlllbeullotted to luud lu the I'llllll
Inn Inluiiils temitorarlly. isiudlng the
ailoptlou of it dellnile illy by the gov
Hrnuieiit. Anthlmperlaliat I.teratuic.
IIostos, Sept. SW.-The Vm says :
Frflwnrd Atkluwiu is (Hit with another
HiimlMir of his Antl-lmMrlalkit, lu
whloli he publinhiM u long array o( hints.
statVstitM and the testimony of soldier
rtituruing from tlie I'hlllpphoM. lie
throws down tljt ffMimtUt to I'ostnms.
ter-Geueral Smith lu a morn fortffhle
inauner than ever.
Captuiea a lllabuater.
WATiimaTofr, gent. SS. Atlog fts
rtary of tho Navy Allen has revolted
thldliutili from Hear Admiral WhUoii
at Manila t
I 'Die 1'snay, KnlgH Ijing, emnmaiMl
1hi. widureil lit sKMiner .Mimdaea
IIIMtly trailing J
' The MarlviahMl, Oihom uHouiaiidaiit,
. ......! .1... 1.. .... 'P aluiu. I..W M..I...I.I
and abetting Uifc iiuorgotits. Tint
TaaUoo Mill luakdH gl gunlt of IK)
too. Will fit out aod man her.
It Is evident from Admiral Wintson'a
dispatch that hols maintaining a sharp
watch for llllbusters. The fact that ef
forts ate being made to Bead In such
tpplies seems to Indicate the Insurgents
have no Intention of yielding,
Cuic.vno, Pont. SKI. A sitoolal to tho
Trlbunw from Kenosha, Wis. sayst A
report was received hero today stating
that James K. Hayes, formerly a well
known resident ol this city, ami more
recently n member of Company H,
Twenty-second Infantry, has liocit shot
as n deserter in the l'lilllpplnos.
OHIO CAMPAIGN OPEN'
Seventy-five Thousand Gather
at Grace Park, Akron.
Ilr Aanoelatnl l'r In the Jnnrnnl.
Akiio.v, 0., Sept. 2:1. Tho Republi
can state cauia!gu was opouoil heie to
day with one of the largest crowns ever
known In the history of politics In
The meeting wan held at draco I'ark,
wllhlii whoso conlliuH fully 7o,000 peo
ple had gathered. Judge Marsh, Gov.
Hoosevclt and others poke.
Hate War Imminent,
Ilr Aaaurlntrit I'rru In the Jnurnnl.
CiiicAim, Sept. SKI, The Western Im
migration bureau, which wrestled with
the, question of competing with the Ca
nadian I'ocillo, lu Immigrant tralllc, has
decided that no satisfactory arrange
ments can bo made with the Canadian
In railroad circles here a general
Western rate war Is regarded lis Immi
nent. In Had I.uek,
Mr. M. 1'otter, of Corvallls, who had
been attending the state fair this week,
left (or home )estenlay, ntid while on
the road his horse became suddenly af
Dieted with "nuilorlu" and collapsed
near the llriink plaru In Folk county.
I. D. Kcolor, V. H.,wiiMcallel to attend
the beast, which is it valuable young
mare. The life of thu horse was saved,
but It may Ui a month Mure she can
Is) driven. Mr. Cotter had to secure
another conveyance to his home.
HIGH ART CANDIIJS.
HXTKA VANII.A CIIOCOI.AIIJS
CALIFORNIA CHEWING CANDY
ELLIS cV 'INN'S
Come (o our "
This evening, X C
Commencing at 7 o'clock
Have you bought your FALL SUIT? Jf
not come to us,
Clothes do not make the man, but good clothes
will make a good man better appreciated by
his friends and the public in general Don't
"hide your light" under ilMitting, inferior
qualitv Clothes and thereby do yourself m
justice, Our best Clothes are so cheap that
everybodycan be well dressed if they patron
ize this department,
YOURS FOR VALAJR
r -Absolutely tHjRE
Makes tlio food more delicious and wholesome
Will ProDaDly Be Re
built Ruins ol tlio
Farmers Dissatisflcd Bccauso Nothing
is Done to Savo the Wheat.
Ilr Aaaoelnlril I'rraa lu llir Jimrnnl.
The site of the Salem Flouring Mills
Is today covered by a mountain of
wheat, which is full of burning, smoul
dering timbers left from the lire. A few
men are busy caring fortho wreck,
while scores of farmers are standing by
looking at what Is left of their wheat
General Manager T. II. Wilcox came
up from rorlliimi tins morning nun re
mained Is'tweeit trains, looking over tlie
situation and advising with thu lusiir-
ranee adjusters. Set oral of the latter
are here, ami wiuie noming
dellnite has boon done It
Is iersllliicd that the full
amount for which the buildings and
contents, are Insured will be titld. All
tlmt could bellearmsl (rout Mr. Wilcox
washls statement Ihat "wo wlllcontlnuo
todo business In Balem." In the muaii'
time It Is asserted that the mill ttlll be
inbuilt Uilter than ever, and
(bat the big warehouse will
hi moved from tho lower
mill silo up to this one. Coueerlug the
damaged wheel on hand, the mill com.
puny stands In the Mime position as the
farmers in prortliin to the amount
owned. Just tthae illsollloii will lie
made of the grain Is not yet known, but
It Is thought that work tttll IkiiIii
within SSI hours of clearing It up.
iit l llaliiI thouaaniH of vtrtlnit.
Dr. Mile' Ntlvlno ta vuring Ihomandfc
No lixiriililiin ir oiiIiiik
i Ilr. Mllra'IUl
(U4M. lciib All rani.
"Ouo i: ill ijtov"
ffton - (T
S7HIISO COMMKMC IAI
Monday we will offer for
sale at our hosiery couiv
ter 50 doz, ladies fast black
Hose worth 25c.
1 gO. APAIR
ro , nt ve
Ilr Aannelntri! I'rru tu he Jnnrnnl.
DrmtotT, Sept. S!3. Seventy first tin
mini nieoUng Odd Fellowo soverolgn
grand lodge adjourned nine die twlay.
President Dial's wife will not accom
pany him to Chicago
The Crocker shares, of tho S. 1'. Stock
have been bought by n syndicate of
which Callls 1. Huntington was thu
A Secret session of tho Freo Slate
rtad Is now in progress and will eon
tiniie a week. No Information is given
"lies ton tho market fjr coughs mid
colds; for croup It lias no ciiml."
writes Henry H Wliltrord, South Cn
Cann, Conn., of Unu Mluuto Cough
cure. Btoncs Drug Store.
Coi.um nus, ()., Sept. SSI. .Major Jones,
Independent candidate for goteiior, to
day ehallenged Hon, Geo. IC. Kash and
John It. Me I.iiiii thu Itepubllcan mid
Demoeratlo ciiudtdates rtwHHitIvoly for
a joint debate.
An Insane Chinaman was brought to
tho asylum jostorday from Tlie Dalles.
Ho is forty years of ago mid goes by the
name of Charley Chinaman.
Nothing UIU ut ag ao quickly aa
I la a youth renewor. It narcr fall
tu rttr color to gray rinlr. It
stops the li.ilr from comlnir out.
Thin hlr Iweommi thick hair, and
abort hair Ixteumo lung hair. It
elwiiutti tho aoalp; tmoi daodruil.
$ l 00 u buttla. All druggUU.
If vi 4 ( Ahuln all Ilia hnrllf
yevaifvail riuiit thuo Um VUr.
WIH4 if." 1., apuu. ..
up j. u. Air.ii, lAwau, nail.
(hllt'Aoo , Sept, SCI. Diveiubei li'S,
id ' Cash 71
Has Fiiascimo, Hept. SCI, Cttfli 105,
I J 248 COMMBRC