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SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY OCTOBER 3 1899.
Jrl arvesters ,
Tl res tiers. 5
and men in all stations of life,
. nut lor me mil iiiki winter, itt
THE NEW YORK RACKET.;
Where all things aro sold at RACKET PIMCKS, on n cash basis,
l one can .-co plainly that we can afford to sell ntticloer profit, and
no must bobeneilted in making his purchases. Wolnno
for men, bovs. and yout lis ;lns from fl.OOtof t.oOper suit; voting
men from $2.ft5Jto fS oO permit ; men from f.1.75 tif l.l.Tfi; nil well
made, cut to lit, well lined. Our black ami umv worsters aro
splendid material, well made, at 7.!5 to f 13.7fi, Tliev never fade
are all wool.
in great variety for ladles, gents
merino, wool plaited, part and
good wo lino will please on.
BOOTS, SHOES and
in abundance. The ".Star 5 Star" line, tlio let in (lie wn.l'd, and
the Iloiton nnd oonnocket ruhliers fnim common overs, mid
nlorni", snug proof, to long hip lsiots.
HATS In KHDOItAS mid other HvIuh for men and 1kh. and
M t'KISTOSIIIt IH-CK COATS, Oil, COATS, OVKHCOATS
overalls, Jackets, towels, talilo clothes, telescoe satchels, hosiurv.
haiidU rchiefs, in fact iilmoitnnythlng reiuiriil for comfdrt. A'll
at Itueket price", call and wu our stock.
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store.
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sfs.
WX X T Reform School Supplies.
y. y V y I J Iain now ready to reecho proposals
... .nil , i . i . l for Hipphes to Ik? furnished the Oregon
We are still selling I fool, law 'second ,. , , f t, , ,,.
growth wo.. fS35r conl-e are , iknU-rSl. IMW. A list of the sup-
agt forNewlK.rK I'resFMHreaidH.H pitawanted.wlll lie furnished on uppli-
man llrick. ste the work at thclllihce ' .... '
HoiiKJ, at Portland,
Co., I'hone 30. lilt)
the New Ctif-tuui
I). S. liBM-m A
Front cor, Che-1
Arc gaining favor
have them. We arc
making a special price
buttoned with large drum
Wc make all kinds of Lounges,
All work guaranteed.
B URBN Si HAMLLrOlVJ
248 COMMERCIAL ST. -L V
are reiueted to rail when lilting 1
and children, in cotlon rlblied,
tirades from &V to ll.'.t), The
Big shoe sal?
Takes place daily at our store.
We sell more shoes than all
the rest combined. Why: be
cause we carry the farthest
stock, latest styles, best goods
at the lowest price. See our
Hanan & Son's Shoes, and Dr.
Ried's cushion button shoes for
men; Queen Quality for ladies.
Our stock is immense. "Call
see our lines and get our puces.
shine them free ?C TC
275 Commercial St.
II. K. Hll'KI'IU,
18 m 18 tf
Kilem, Or., Sept,
uren & Hamllto
x HOUSE FURNISHERS x
every day in the homes of everybody who
showing several 'ot the best patterns and
to make room lor anew lot now on tlie way
fine figured vej-
Forget their reputation,
, Forget that we are selling them everv day at a
J discount to close out the 1899 stock.
In the Yacht Con
LEADS IN START
Then the Shamrock Goes
Both Vessels are Becalmed
and Neither Can Finish in
the Time LimitThe Initial
Trial Proves that there Will
Be a Close Contest The
American Boat is a Great
Sailer ot the Seas.
Ilr Aimut'lnlcil I'rrm to lir Jnurnai
0hi( tothu Spanish war theru wax
no annual international yacht race In
IRIS. The stlimiliiH to American mar
time enterprise reitilting from our naal
ictorles creatiil an unusual Interest In
the present contest for the International
cup between (treat llrltaiu and the
Sir Thomas I.iptou built tho Sham
rock ami came over to this country,
backed by tho Krealest skill ami exier
lenco in jacht biiildiui; mid sailing ot
which the llritish are capable. His
holies of HiiccviH werebised largely upon
the prt?alanceof a stiff breeze, as llrit
ish yacht builders do not 1hk) to com
pete with our country siieeeifully in a
The First Kace.
Niv Yoii.ii, Oct. .'I. The lirst race for
Aniurif!iuyii)wa-.h.id .tulny. The
Columbia ennseil tho starting line 'J!i
seeonds ImiIiIihI the SliamriKik. When
half the course was sailed the Columbia
was nearly a ipiarlur of a mile ahead.
At 1:111 p. in. the Columbia leads by '1
minutes and 1) bcooud.
1 :52 p. in. Tim Columbia seems tube
staudiiu mtioh better than the Sliam
rook, but both are tlolnir rumarkahly
well. The Columbia has apparently
gained nlxiut a half a mhitite since the
stake IsKtt was rounded.
A Close Contest,
2:2') p. in. The Shamrock renins to
hae had a good lead over the Columbia
as they were seen when they went about
on the Hirt tack.
2::l p. m. The Coliiinbla now buds.
They don't njiMar In le ery far aMrt
From S6.50 up.
This is the best
Easy Chair made!
2:50 p. in. The Columbia is losing
ground and now seems almost becalmed,
while the Slmmrock is going ahead.
Running Against Time.
4:01 p. in. The most exciting feature
of the contest is now tho Shamrock's race
against time to win. She fccuis to be
making four miles an hour, but has fhe
mlles to go In -12 minutes.
English Boat Ahead.
At 3:17 p.m. the Shamrock Is well
In the lead.
1:33 p. m. ltoth boats are practically
becalmed. Xetther cm finish within
the time limit.
Xrw Yohk, Oct. 3. Tho tlrst raeo
for the Iseries for America's cup, bo
tween tho Columbia and Shamrock,
prouil one of the most remarkable of
any yet sailed for a great trophy.
Light breexes pruudlcd, varied in
spots by a puff or two, and lu turn Imth
boats enjoyed the bcuutlt and suffered
trom the change in ixisitiou. Kxcur-
sion boat interfered with the progress of
thu races, and lu this respect the Colum
bia suffered thu most.
Thu time limit ot live and a half hours
expired at 4:45. At that time both
limits were three miles frtnn the lltilsh
line. At 4 : 17 lxth vaclits signalled for
JUBILEE IN SESSION
Many Spoakors Arriving AmortK
Thoso Proaont Aro Drynn,
Tnrpln. Johnsonlot nl.
Ilr Amocliilrd I'rria to llir Journal,
BRYAN ON THE BOERS,
Now York, Oct, 2--A apoclnl
dispatch to tho World from
DnllnB, Toxns, quotos Colonel
Dryn i no Bnyinut "Tho Boors
In thnir otruuulo to mnlntnln
tholr ppubllo hnvu tho sym
pathy, ' nil tho Amorloanpoo
plo, ox. .nt thoso who hnvo
nbniulonJH tho dootrlno that
Kovornm nts dorlvo tholr Just
powers from tho oonsont of
Dm.i.as, Oct 3. Ist night's and this
inoruIug'H trains brought in rigular
delegations to swell the throng, Demo
crat from west and southwest who have
oume to attend the carnival. The fair
grounds were crowded long before thu
hour llxixl for thu first spocu.li of
Sir. Ilr)au, Judge Tiirphi, of Ken
tucky, mid Col. Johnson, of Kansas, thu
new cjialriumi, of the Democratic oxo
etitho committee, are slatcl to appear.
A dollar dinner at the auditorium to
night will clot-o thu carnival.
The alem I'loiiring Mills has gissl
chivkeii fiixl for sale, cheap. 10 ii it
Often Ild to serious results If neglected.
Ilefore starting In for the school term
hae yourehlldreu'iieyusoxiimlneil and
If any defects or dcninKeiueuts are found,
imrtult us to furnish suitable uIuxmm.
A graduate optician will make tlieex
amiiutloii fnv and th vtmt of protwr
glasMMtwill Ixibuta trllluroiniarislHlth
the benefit ih-rhinl.
HERMAN W. BARR S. O..
Graduate Ojdlvlan HHHUtoKt
Hwlization liefer Thin Imagination.
To rwlliw the talltt of my frlt,
leu rreMin, rew mIu, ami oawlhtf, U
ti taste tlutin. My (IifeeeUte ereaiiw
I'm Mire are within )Hr niwum. ami
euro triwl imr 1Im1. Call at b
Itou li.ui, liiH Ktato Si.
i'R wow 1&I
Now the next thinjf is where will we do our
trading? We all want Shoes, Underwear, Hats,
Caps. Gloves, Sox. Hose, and a great many Dry
Goods. Now, 1 will tell you, John, that we can
save money by trading at
THE PAIR STOP B
In Salem, for I have priced their goodsand know
they are all right. Really. John, I feel like we
ounht to tell everybody that they can get more
for their money af THE FAIR STORE in Salem
than any place else. O. P. Daunky is the
proprietor, 274 Commercial Street.
At the Nation's Cap
itol. M'KINLBY PRESENTS
Awarded to the Admiral By
AcKinley's Beautiful Speech
of Presentation Dewey's
Keply-lt Will Be Kept as
m Heirloom By the Dewey
Family The Vast Crowd
Cheered and Dewey Stood
up and Bared in Response
to the Ovation.
Mr .: In fnl I'rru lu llir JnurnnL
Wasiiimitos, Oct II. The magiilll.
cent swonl awanhil by the act of con
gress to nation's hero was !)estowedUon
Admiral Dewey today lu the pretence of
the president and members of his cabi
net and judiciary, and uIIImtn of the
army and navy and a ast ciowd of
The Start from Mrs. Mcla'un'H res!
deuce was made a, III o'clock. Accon.
panliil by an escort of mi kiIIc and
the committee and liiinliil by the mar
Ine lund Admiral was drheii to white
house through thu cheering crowds,
Only a few minute cluptcd before thu
Ailmiral reaps-ared with the President
and lisik seats lu thu white hmisu car
riage. As the curriages swept briskly
Into lVimsyhaiila incline, there was a
blare pi bugle commands, clash of bauds
At thu head of the line ro.lt Major
(ieuenil Miles. Hack of him rank afto
rank were the military aides, mid all the
olllcers of high rank. The brilliant
coated marine Ixiud added color and in
spiring music to the gay scene and fol
lowing them ci inn eury doMtrlbablu
kind of a soldier, sailor and murine,
mounted mid afisit, lirfantry and cav
alry, battery after battery of light artil
All that had genu before was, but a
brilliant prelude of the coming of the
man of Manila, uli.i rislo with thepnml-
lent on Ibe way to the capitol, to re
ceive the nation's tribute Mr. Me-
Kluleyralsed his hat only nouioiuilly,
leaving tho Admiral to acknowledge the
plaudits of the multitude hy lifting his
Thu avenue rang with deafening
i heurs and the huge banks of humanity
took on llfeaud and inoihui, as
thu llags and hjndkunhlufs wuwl
madly. The Hirade wound around tljo
bill to the Hunt front of the capitol, half
an hour a huad of time. The waiting
urowdiiiiui,eril and the IWIdcut and
Admiral promptly did the wme as the)
asei rapidly Into the lobby of thu sen
lie ended by Introducing secretary
Ixng, who standing iMrubeadeil ad-
dresMtl Ids remarks directly to Ad
miral Dewey, As b'eretary Img con
cluded he Mssila kWMld to I'realdunt
MsKiuluy. The latter r(e and factil
iXiwey was vislhly affected ami
brushed Ids glmol hand ai ross his eyes
livforti standing at attention. Th pres
ident said :
"Admiral Dewey, ileiuoimtrutlons
which bae everywhere grell you re
veal the publle esteem of your heroic
actions. The ku of the nation Is
lilted In prabo ami gratitude for the
memorable, sttrvkwf )tl have reiulerwl
Ibe country, In wlilfh I Jiln with all ittr
There was no Haw lu yHr victory,
there will be no faltering In maintaining
It. It gives mo extreme pleasure and
great honor In bohaH all eoplo to hand
you this sword, the gift of tho nation,
voted by the congress of the United
The President handed the admlrat tho
sword with a deep Imiw and there was a
mar 01 appiauBe as iowey received tt.
The crowd was hushed as he turned to
reply, lie said:
"Ithaukjou Mr. President for tho
great honor conferred unui mo. I
thank congress for what it has done. I
thank tho secretary of tho navy for his
gracious words. I thank my countiy-
men for tho bountiful gift which shall
lie an heirloom lu my family fnrover as
evidence that republics are not ungrate
ful." Tho band plaj ed the "Star 8wngled
Banner" and then Cardinal Ulhhons
pronuueed the benediction,
The crowd cheered as the party took
their scats, Dewey rising with bare
head to respond to thoovntion, A pray
er was offered by Itev. Dr. Bristol,
Itoss Perry then made tho Introductory
aront Drltnln'n Claims Not nil AI-
lowod-Tho Awards woro
P.vniH, Oct..1.lty direction of Anglo
Vuucxuclan Ismndary nrbitrntiou ciuiv
mlsrilon Miniu ot (Ireat llrltalns claims
as to the Interior ami on the coast are
disallowed. Uer frontier will start at
Walnl river. The Award was unani
mous. It Is considered in tho nature of
Ilr Aaaoclnlril I'rra, In Hip Jiiiirunt
St. .Ioiins, N, !'., Ocl. .'1. The steam
ship Pay Ktate Is ashore near Capo Itace
ami will likely prove a total wreck.
The crew ami a numlx'r of cattlemen
who were passenger am adrift lu small
louts, wlilth are lost lu the fug.
Ilr Aaxirlnlril I'rraa (u I tit Jiiurnnl
Jkmkiison, Or., Oct. M. The llrst ac
cident of thu "oieii mslson" occurred
Sunday. While hunting Mongolian
pheasants lu a Held Just north of this
city, the gun of Iten lllarkwull was acel
tiddly dlfchargcd, thu entire load strik
ing his brother, James lllackwell, lu thu
right foot. The young man was conveyed
to his home and an examination found
thu Ismes so badly shattered that ampu
tation of thu greater part of the foot
HIGH ART UANDIIiS.
GXTItA VANII.A CIIOCOLAIOS
CAI.II'OKNIA CIIUWING CANDY
ELLIS & ZINN'S
You who have patronized our special sales in the past
know what we mean when we say "Special Sale."
Wednesday we will olTer for sale 47do.enline huckabuck
towels well woith 20c each, at the special price of
2 FOR 25 CENTS!
Come to us for your
r -Absolutely tHiRE
Makes the food more
At Any Moment
BOERS FORCED TO
England Will Charter Forty
Boers .May Strike a Blow To
day Kruger Bids Tioops
Farewell and God Speed
He Appeals to their Patriot
ismAmericans Will Be
Protected By the Cruiser
Alonlgomery Rear Admiral
Schley Will also Be Sta
Ilr AaaiM'Inlail I'rraa In Hif Jiiur.iHl,
lisihis, Oct, !l, A dispatch from
Durban, Natal, uunounccHthat the Itoers
are exM'ct.d to take the aggressive to
day. Most alarming rumors are alloat
there rcscctlug their Intentions.
Uiniius, Oct, M. V sHoial dlsstlcli
from Pretoria styst .
"A rigorous censorship Is maintained
over all presi teluirauis. President
Kruger addressed the troops which
startisl for the Natal Isirder Hat unlay,
apistallng to their patrlotlsui and
wishing them l)ods-cil. I'Iglilliig is
oxHctcd by WeiluuHilay."
'I he general drift of news Imlluutcs
that the Hisitloiiof thu llritish troopH
hi Houth Africa Is critical, owing to the
delay in sending ruliifuruuuieiits, ami tu
the event of hostilities, early reverses
ant regardisl us probable. Tint lutnal
mlvli'os ihow that thu Transvaal mobili
sation has Is-cii rapid and oninprclmn
slve. Many Hours, It Is said, did not
wait to he commanded, but pris'i-mhsl to
the Isirder sponlaueously. It isetilcu-lali-tl
that the Orange I'ree Hlatu alrisiily
has 7,K) men on the Isirder.
The British government is i bartering
CONDUCT is thrccfourtlis
of life? and an H, Sf M;
suit is thrccfourths of conductJ
U7HUHU COMMICHOIAI. H'l'.. CO ,
If you want any kind of a suit, why any kind of a store
is the place to yet It. ' Ignorance in clothiwj value is not con
fined to the individual purchaser alone. Drop into a store
and ask the difference between Tweed and Cheviot why
some worsteds shine and some don't why k,fKKte are spong
ed before made, etc. He can't tell you why. Drop into our
store, we can tell you all about gopds because we handle
them in all forms. We know because we study.
AMI, WK TKU.
Toil AN UftKUWKttt
TWHII ABOVT TMKM.
delicious and wholesome
MMrOtft CO , XtW VO4.
a largo number of steamers, evidently
for tho purpose of transiting an army
ur. About 40 vessels are to be char
tered. No continuation la obtainable from
any source ot tho report contained In a
dlsiiatchtolielJxcliange Telegraph Com
pvny that tho Boers have captured Dun
dee. Will Protect American Intereita.
Xkw Youk, Oct. :i. A special to tho
Herald from Washldgtoii says; Immed
iately upon thu outbreak of hestilities:
between tho Transvaal and Great
Britain Instructions will be Kent to
Commander Juhu P. Merroll, command
ing thu cruiser Montgomery, directing
him to proceed with Ills vessel to Do
lagoa Bay and provldo such protection
for American cltlons and their Interests
as Is possible.
Should war occur not only will the
Montgomery lie stationed in South
African waters, but Itenr-Admlral
Schley, with his llagship, wIIMm) pres
ent tu aid the consul in every kms)I1o
way lu protecting Americans mid tliwlr
Iron Molders Strike.
Ilr Aaaoolnlail I'rraa In III JnurnnL
PiTTsnuiKi, Oct. a. Thirty-seven of
Pittsburg's big foundries aro Idle today.
The uiuldvrti are on a striko for an In
crease In wages. It Is estimated that
1000 men will go out. Ten tiring have
granted the advance, ami their plants
will continue In operation.
J Vrtot Ao It Jo J It mVM tho kali
ift and s.mj, prrcUvly m naturi
Vtalumtol It clranaas the acatp frina
lUmtrutr nJ thus rrmuTM ono of Uit
great mil. t vt UatJacM. It niAkes a
Utl. r cir. Dlatiua In lb scalp nu.l stu4
, tho lulr fruin corning nut. Ami It ra
in Urea rolcr to Kf ur vohitt Inlr.
It Prmvenim sunt H
t jou tin nal fbialn all lha UH.flU
,ll. -I inn Ida u4 $l U Vuvr, tna
Ilia Uarlar abual II.
A4JIMI Da. J. C. ATKII
Ciiicaoo, (ht. a Decern Imi 7-Ds,
Hak I-kncisco, Oct. n.Cnsli 1.10.