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Until 1)116 New Year
MAKES ITS INTRODUCTORY BOW
SALE WILL CONTINUE
IIIIS WEEK SEE THEM!
Otherwise you cannot appreciate
the values, $6,50 to $7,50 Coats
A few Mackintoshes to close
at way-'dowivtcvbottom prices.
6. ff. Johnson & 6o.
great love for him, but ho ia cvory
liii'li ft patriot, nmt us bravo us any
Englishman Unit over lived. English
men wore greatly shocked recently
when It beenmu known that tlio Dutch
wero commandoring war supplies, but
when tho Boors stopped n shipment of
gold and con flea ted It their wroth knew
no bounds, ft was "highway robbory
aim no civilized nation would do such a
thing." Monday troops and marines
marched up' from tho Point to tho
local branch of the National bank of
the South African lepublic, hero in
Durban, and took possession of It and
all property and securities. That, how
ever, was a liorso of another color, and
' served them right."
257 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
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20 per cent
18 00 8I10O for.! I 00
1 r Mioo for :i ro
4 ou fllioo for 3 a
:i fie Hlioc for 2 so
3 00 Shoo for i 40
1 () Shoo for V! 00
I oo Mioo for 1 Co
1 78 mine for 1 40
1 Ml Shoe for 1 M
1 25 Shoo for 1 00
1 00 Slioa for SO
in ainie M
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THE DAILY JOURNAL
BY HOPISK BHOTHlina
WEDNESDAY, JAN. !l, 1000.
Dally, One Year $3.00, In Advauco
Dully, Toui Manttu $1.00, ! ft-dvanoo
Weolcly, Ono Yoar $1.00, In Jidvnnoo
A SUOOESTION TO SOCALLED
Tho IVoplu'H Press of Albany presents
tlio following plan upon wliieh it thinks
it might be possible for tho people 'to get
togother foru reform in state pelities:
"Lot. tho chairman of tho different par
ties, Democratic, People's Party, Mid
Itoad PeopIo'H Party, Silver Itepuhllean
any any anti-republican organl.atlon
call forannouncomontri of candidates for
the various ofllcos, which can bo done by
potltlon or by announcement in tlio pa
pers and then call precinct primary elec
tions, and invito nil partios who are op.
posed to the ltopublican party as now
managed to attend thueo primary elec
tions and voto for tliolr choice of tho
various candidates, which elections
shall be conducted just as any regular
election and tho ballot guarded just uB
nemiroly, wliieh ballots shall bo brought
to tho county eat and miivutwodj and
tho person receiving the highest number
of votes for any given olllco shall bo de
clared tho nominee for that olllco, re
gardless of former party alllliation.
"Tho people can meet then in masscon
volition and determine under what naino
they will ba known, and formulate a plat
form or declaration of principles, or this
can be done oven before the election."
Will tho People's Prow kindly consid
er the following amendment? Instead
of tho chairmen of tho different parties,
as party men, taking tho Initiative, lot
responsible men, as ettioiis, take hold
of the movement. Let it be as open to
HopubllcaiiH as to other, Let all art as
simple Amorioun citizens, of Oregon,
leaving partisanship of every brand out
if tho matter entirely.
Do not be afraid that this might re
sult in tlio capture of tho organisation
by tlio ltopubltouns. . Let tho matter be
handled In such manner that the pee
plocan take a swipe at tho head of n
professional grafter us soon aa ho raises
it. And it would lw no detriment to
tho ticket if some of the right kind of
Republicans should le placed en It by
Let tho brethren consider the oper
luneo of the city of Salem. Without the
help Of the butter claw of Kepublloans,
noting as individuals, nothing could
have been accomplished; but with their
lead the city has been redeemed from
iho slough of despond into which the
"gang" had run her, and placed on the
BQlId ground of ilnaneiul olvonoy.
An nnti-llepubllortii movement is not
a non-partisan movement; on anti
grafter movement may Ws one. ai.d there
ro lots of good nion In tho NopuWIouii
party who will aot with u guimine iiqu.
partisan citien's mnvQimuit In local .
AMERIANS IN THE TRANSVAAL
HAVE :not COMLPAINED.
It stiikes u thinking man us very pe
culiar that, with thousands of Ameri
cans in tlio Transvaal on the same foot
ing as other Uitlanders, wo have never
heard anything from thorn in rogaid to
Uitlanders grievances against the Doer
government ; that the awful itbiiM's of
which we have heard so much through
KuglMi channels have nwvr been com
plained of by the American who are
then1, and, whol.ivo jiutice us well, at
least, a" do tliu KnglLh.
So faros heard from, only one Ameri
can lias returned from tho Transvaal to
suy that the KnglMi are right. That is
the American engineer, Hammond, who
was mixed up with Cecil Miotics In the
Jamison laid, an outrage for wliieh
every man concerned in it ought to
have met the fate of any other
common brigand or pirate.
Of ijuite auolhor color is a communi
cation written by I. Wilbur Heed, at
Durban, Natal, October 28, and pub
lished in tlio Chicago Inter-Ocean. Tho
following extracts are made therofrom :
"Frankly, Americans stand no bettor
chance of getting the facts regarding tlio
progress of tho war, tho news coming as
it does through Knglish channels fioui
an llnglish source, than has lieou the
case in the past with regard to the al
leged evils of the Transvaal government.
That news was all manufactured to or
der, I traveled from one end of the
icef to the other every week, and spent
my whole time woi king among tho men
on the mines, ami never found one Uit
liuuior who was discontented. 1 never
found one who wanted the franchise,
but talked with many who said they
had been there long enough to get it,
but declared they would not take it. I
talked with them, questioned them, and
found thoopiiiiou general that tho South
African Republic was tho host country
on the faco of the earth for tho working
man. And last, hut not least, I could
not tlnd one individual who would ad
mit his signature was one of tho 21,000
alllxed to that woudorful imtitlon from
the Uitlanders to tho queen, I hunted
hard to tlml at least one, but failed to
succeed, and feel confident there were
not 2100 genuine signatures ulllxod to
that document, lot alone 21,000.
"Tliore were evils under tlio Traim.
vtuil government, 1 admit, hut thoie
were other things that counterbalanced
the fow that existed. Johannesburg
ami that moans the Transvaal so far
ns the Uitlaudor was concur nod was
ooemopolitaii, mid with Americans hold
ing tliu more important positions on the
mines, it was progressive. Ono eould
hunt all over tho western states hi
America and never tlnd a mining town
as well governed and free from crime
ami dulwiuuhury as Johannesburg. And
this under the ilt4fcl Dntffli govern
To Curo a Cold In Ono Day
Tako lxathe llromci Qnlultie Tnhlotn All
IriiKKinla tctuuil the mnuoy Iflt fnIN m cure
K. V. Grovo'a siKontilro In on encli box. V.
NOT ASWEAH-WORD IN IT
Tlio Urltt Tribune comments on a de
cision on a dam case in tho following
amusing stylo : "The state of Iowa gave
$1,000 toward building a dam between
big and little Spirit Lakes. Tlio
owners of the mill at Milford said dam
it they couldn't. Tliu state said dam
it they could, and tho case went into
court; the milt men getting out a dam
injunction. The people nround Spirit
Lake said they wouldn't be dammed
and the stato said bo dammed they
would. And those who didn't want to
light by a dam site had to light just the
same. Some said the 11 si i couldn't get
up the dam site, and othors suid that a
ilam site could he built with a tlsli
way that would let the dammed fish go
up so that some of them would bo
dammed above the dam ami others
below tho dam. The mill ownj
ors said tho dammed outlet by a mill
sito was dam enough mid they didn't
want any more dam by a dam site.
Then tlio ciiMicnmo before Judge Quar
ton, of Algona. Quarton knew a dam
sito from a mill sito ami a mllldam site
more about lots of other things than
soino folk have got liny, and he dis
solved tho injunction in soft water. Tho
dam sito will now bo above tho mill
sito and tho dammed ilsh can go where
they please for all Quarton cares. After
the dam llshway is put in it is hoped
that tho dammed lake will fill up so
tho dammed mud turtles can get a
drink and let the Spirit Lakes run
their (lammed boats and stop a dam
site of controversv."
Many people suKcr from constipa
tion, This Invariably produces mom
ncli. liver uml kidney disease. Consti
pation Is a dunKorousdlscasc. Cure It
vvitti Hosteller's Stomach Hitters.
There Is nothing better. It will not
shock the system unci it positively
cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, bilious
ness, miliaria, frvor unci ugue. Try it.
It may be obtained from any druggist.
Sec that a Pkivatk Revenue Stamp
covers the neck of the bottle.
Every One Bitters
To Cure Coiiatliitlori I'oroir.
Totto C.tirarots Cnmlv Cutlinrtlc. lOo orUc.
If C. V. C. fall to cure, uriicKlits refund money.
the Jefferson institute and gave as much
money as any others did to build up
Jefferson 1 liavo this from Iter older
sous. She was tho first white woman in
Chohiilpum valley and will be tho last
old pioneer to leave it. Sho has raised
a large family and Is proud of her de
scendants. She is 02 years of age. Tho
others uro gone she is hero to appre
ciate the compliment had (lie Cabin
been named for her.
Grandma lives in tho past and present
She never forgot "Pioneer," who lias
been here 51 years anil never thought a
family reunion or birthday parly com
plete without him.
I knew Mrs. Parrish In my girlhood
days, for sho lived with her daughter
In Salem. She was n lovely Christian
woman and they weio dovoted to her.
She went to visit a daughter in Califor
nia and died there 15 or 20 years ago.
Sho could not have lived In this vicinity
over .'to years.
I am thinking of tliu pioneer women
I know Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Conser,
Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Walter, Mrs. Gun
sanies, Aunt Mira Doty, Grandma
Roland why, I can shut my eyes when
I think of II EK and see ono of tlio idear
est faces that "e're tho .sun shone on.'
They uio nil deserving.
This society names cacli sonarato
Cabin after some pioneer woman, but
tlio Native Daughters arc not organized
to judge who wero the deserving moth
oi s of tlio past generation of pioneer
women, but to preserve the history and
do honor to tlio memory of those, most
of whom liavu long since journeyed to
another country "from whenco no
SALEM HOP BUYERS,
No. 55 Stato st. 'Phono No. 1221.
FABEK & NJ3IS,
Albany and Salem. Salem offlco,
214 Commercial- St. upstairs
Neckcrman &. Hogors, big. Phono
No. 1121. Ollices: New York and
WM J3ROWN" & CO
Busli lluilding, Commercial st.
(ground floor). Olllco telephone
& CO. Olllco over Johnson's
Clothing store, in ilusli-Uroyman
EDUCATIONAL AND MUSICAL-.
eya jr. COX,
Teacher of Itao (I Organ
Studie: 333 Front St.
! CONSRRY ATORY
T A L1VESLEY & CO
Commercial Bt. Second stair south
of Ladd & Hush bank : loom 18,
upstairs. 'Phono 1211.
H, S. GILE & C0 , , ,
Wholesale Irults, Produce, etc.
Salem, Oregon. Olllco; Insur
ance block. 'Phono 001. Ware
house, at Waliaco warehouse.
A. JYI, HUMPHREY & CO. '
Uuyaud storo wheat, oats and
other grain. Buy potatoes. Also
do chopping and cleaning. 270
Commercial at. 'Phono 27(13.
p.j. w. w.
Mom Camp No. 118. Moot erory Krlilnr uven
InK. 7:10, III A. O. U. W- hall, fitatc ln. II.1r.
Hcott llozortli, C. Ci VV. A. Moore, clerk, nom
10, Moores tilk
KCRESTKKS OK AMICRlOA.
Court Hhernoo-1 Forcit No. 10. Meet Ftldny
nlgliui In Turner blook. C. Motion, 0. it A, U
llrowu Secy. U-17-ljr
German and French
Taught grammatically and conversationally.
jurs. jennouaxor win rcceivo a mmim
nmmber of pupils, desiring instruction
in tlieso languages, nt her homo, on
Church Btreot. These languages wero
acquired ubroadjby tills teacher. lS-8-.'Im
nnrr I rn
toty, Kansas City, Mo., reptccntlng
the InteMtnle System, nt Salem, Ore.
Over First National Hank. Residence ,
376 Church street. Studio liours 9 to '
12, and 2 to 5.
U now prepared to rcceivo a foiv more nnplls.
No 417 Marlon st. 10-20
M,)jlfKU MPTtrODUXDA''l.ANreS. JALl.fr, UACOOY.
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Fixtures For Sale
Iuchidliig bar, and bar fixtures,
billiard table, pictures, caid
tables, etc., also a small stock
liquors. Inquire for particulars
of Sherman, Condlt and Pink,
attorneys, in Gray block.
"Considering the opportunities he bus
hud ami oomparing them with those
of the HnglljJiuwn, I uonaWur the IVxir
the miHirtor of the two. He Is not per
fection Uy any mouiw, uud I have nft
Cabin to Be Named in Honor of a Pioneer
Woman Sketches of Several.
Harriett Clirko Umnry In Jeiromoii Ituttew:
Wo of tho younger generation realize
little of the perils and privations the
pioneers endured in eaily times. My
parents wero pioneers, and I revere the
memory of those mothers who came
across the plains bringing their little
ones into a land of toil and danger, uml
cannot think one of them more ilcorv
ing than another when of all it could be
said: "Shu hath done what she could."
Who did more than Mr. and Mrs. Hates
to help Joffersou? and they could ill
afford it, too. Mrs. ll.Uos novor ceased
to work in her humble way, and the
churoh she and her husband helped
stumlH today a living monument to their
memory. They lived here, died hero
and are buried hero.
I'nclo John Harrison and his wife
wero devoted Christians and heled
K'hnol and church. They woro proud of
the development of this land. They
too, are gone, and their children should
"rise up and call them blessed."
Was not Grandma llelllnger a doserv-
it g woman then tlio Hales who moved
in soon nftor tho Loonoys did not tiioy
do their part?
1 have yet to hour of 11 pioneer who was
not a helpmeet in those days, for men
and their wives woro ONK in heart and
purpose and they wero anxious tlieh
children should have the advantages
they theiiuolves had been deprived of.
Mrs. Huby Loonoy's name wis used
in the forming of this Cubiu. Sho and
her husband came across the plains in
1813 witli the Applegates, Waldo, Nea-
uiiths, Smiths and others, all of whom
have left their names prominent in the
history of Oregon. They broke a road
through the trackless wilderness for the
steadfast hearts who afterwards fol
lowed. Sho hud then six children. In
1841 Father Looney moved his family
from near Leo Mission to tho home
wheie ills wife still Iho. He came in
through what is new known as Parrish
Gap, eniiiHkl at the spring and turned
Ids cattle out in grass almost as high as
they were. The sun did not ro early
enough to suit him there, eo lie rode
across the valley to the west and selected
the present location. He eaid he had
found the most boautifulhemuOod ivor
Grandma lioonsy was the llrst white
woman tosettlo in this little valley and
hur nearest noighbora wore tho Waldos.
Here sho has lived and seen this country
develop. Sho and her husband were
Tho story of The Lion's Mouth which
will Ihj presented by Frederick Wardo
together with Mr. and .Mrs. Clarence M.
Ilriino at the opera liouso, Saturday
evening, is undoubtedly an important
piece of dramatic writing. It is of really
lino literary quality, tho diction being
rich and smooth, while the metiiphoses
uml simllius with which it abounds
sparkle with tho true lustre of a master
creation. It Is even claimed that the
play is actually perfect in construction.
Kach turn of the plot windings its coils
tinner and tighter around the hero and
heroine, until a climax is gradually
leached at which thcro comes a sus
pense that has been growing from the
beginning of the play and is iwwerful in
Some Evaporated Fruit.
J. U. Stulubiouiior, of Aumsvillu, was
in tliis city yesterday .with some sam
ples of prunes dried in his new patent
cvuiiorator. One of tliu samples was
dried in 10 hours and tlio other in 10
hours, and dried down from 00 pounds
green to 25as pounds dried. Mr. Stein
hrcuuor says that pctites only dried
down ouodialf. He expects to place the
new dryer 011 the market soon,
Tlio town of Sumpter recently sold
JKO.OUO worth of 0 per cent 20-year bonds,
which will beexiieuded in the construc
tion oi a now system 0: waterworks.
An excelsior plant is expected to be in
operation ut I'.ugeno utxmt February 1.
It will iimj about 2000 cords of balm each
McGregor'- now box factory is rapidly
progressing, being completely covered,
says tho Astoria .News.
Capital Junk Shop.
Dealer hi Cast Iron. Wrmmht iron
Stove plates. Conner, brass, zinc.
lead rope, ruhlier, bags hides paper y
and bones. s
It. S 11 Proprietor,
130 Court St. Salem Ore. K
v.u.....,., i .. I,. .,
MUAT AND POl'LTRY.
R. D. GIBSON,
St.le street, near nilrnail. Freshest ant
Best meats. My patrons say I krep tlir lest
ireats In town 1 1
INTER-STATE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Mrs. Effa Anders Willntan
Over First Natloncl Daiik.
Classes in Piano Forte playing, Harmony, Theory and Class
Studio hours from II to 12 and 2 to 5.
TWO VINE NEW PIANOS IN STUDIO FQ-n
US.I3 Olf L'UPJLS.
A SATISFIED CUSTOMER
SOUTH AND If
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lin? curs illt,aehi..1 r.i ..11 :VL"I
trains. Protunt connnnfinna .T
ver, Umuliu and Chicago with trVl
IIBTWEKN l'OUTLAND AND COKVAUj
Mall trains dally exccptJuDdn
.liiiV il 1 '.'v I'ortlaml lArnai
11:66 I' M J Ar Corvalll. .L Jia
M Albany and Corvallls cont
with trams of the O. & K. ity.
Express truln dully except Siiodi
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co wit 1 steamship Hues for HAW11
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Aitciit, 2.'I2 Coiiimerclul Kt HalemO
" KOKIILEIt. Mjt'r.
U. iMAUIVIIAiM, U.I''.iVl'.A. I'ortljlk
Corvallls i Eastern Ratal
2 For Vanulnu:
Train leaves Albany
Truln leaves Corvallls.
Will advertise us
And our wares.
The Atkins Cross Cut Saws
. l:Vip. J
Never fails to please;
We keep a fulijlinelofotlieiii.
R. M, Wade &. Co. Hardware.
L. M. KIRK,
Tiulu arrives Yuqulua
:i For Detreit:
Ai rives Albany
0ie and twi: corniest at Alrnnrinit
Corvullls with Southern PuclHctialm,
KlVliiB direct service Uundfrotn New.
port unci udjuccnt beaches.
Trains, for the mountains arrive it
Detroit ut ntnn, tflvlru: ample time
to reach camplnir Bruunds on (lie
Ilraltcnbush anil Santlau river Hie
II. U VVAUIEN, ED1M.V STOSE,
T V. dt P. A. Miuuer
J.TUKNKH Attnt, Wbmj.Oit.
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7:00 a. ta
,. 12:20 0 in.
O'M p. 111.
64. 50, & 58;
Gram) Hay, FJour, Mill Feed, Building Material.
Lime, Cmcnf, Plaster etc,
Grain, Hay and Straw stored
I'rompt and earefu attention pi von to thu delivery
A Hindoo believing in the transmigra
tion ot souls,
"lA ate no animal
progrosiive pwojde. Tboy heljeil build
even a worm
he might be
by an ances
tor, A traveler
taking his veg
told him it was
tion of animal
life and, to
prove it. fo
cused a micro
scope on the
fruit the Brah
min was catinir. That pious person drew
back horrified at the living forms he saw.
What did he do ? Throw away the fruit ?
Not he ' He smashed the microscope
and went on with his meal.
There are people who are suffering
with weak lungs. They have an obsti
nate cough, are weak, emaciated, hope
less. They have been taught there's no
hope for them. Some one puts into their
hands one of Dr. Pierce's books or ad
vertisements and through this medium
they see healthy, hanpv men and women,
who declare that their lungs had beii
weak, they had leen racked by coughs,
h.nl leeii emaciated, feeble, hopeless.
cured by Ur Pierce's
Discovery. These cures cau be
lered by scores of thousands.
Are you sick? Will you throw aside
the advertisement, break the microscope,
or will you make one effort for health?
Write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, at Buffalo,
N. V. There is no charge for consulta
tion by letter. You'll get a prompt
aiuwer, with fatherly sympathy and
medical skill combined.
There is no alcohol, or other stimulant
iu "6&deu Medical Discovery."
Our huyor has rounded up 111
head of fat steers, livo years old
and under, which supplies tlio
With fat, tender beef for our
patrons. Wo also keep in
stock tho best of mutton, pork,
veal, hams, bacon and lard with
which to till your order.
Your patroimgo solicited.
M0YER & EDWARDS,
Pliont 2021. 138 Stato &t.
I VXJ 1
of goods to any part
MANHOOD RESTOKED SfSKiKfVJSyffiSI
Memory, UcalLicln,Val..fi.r.ucis.I.ot Mnnhoof, Nlululy Hinlv
ions. r.ervou4iicM, low of j r 111 (lenerallic Orvami, ninwil
by nuibiul error. cVrt' 11 ofVt,mUanti Vv ftc "V I o
InCrnilly or Inunitv Can Us turriwi in t nockct. I1S1 wr
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aiie-l)a vis Urn r; Co. datributlng nceuUi,
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To Aktoriit kuU way Ucdlmi,
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n. K. KMV'ARPS. U. c. MAT7IIKVVH.
Edwards St. Matthews,
FRESH AND CURED HUTS
Host Meats I
Nf ar Car Darn,
Kait State St
The German Market
Will be found ull kinds of meat
and the best of sausage. FKKB
DELIVERY. All bills due the
late- firm of Wolt A Miescke
must be paid.
CDOL2: Si: SON
171 Commercial St.
Is now acknowledged the richest jjold Field in Hie
world. Oregon has just as profitable mines. One of
the surest sources of profit is to save a little on your
daily purchases, and for this purpase our store is a
perfect Cape Nome.
FINEST GROCERIES, LOWEST PRICES AND MOST
PROMPT SERVICE IN TOWN.
HARRITT & LAmRBNCE
OLD POSTOPI'ICB QROCKKV,
positively and permanently
Dr Pierce's Golden Medical
A JATPE SAVED.
Dr. J. F, Cook, tho botanical Spec
allat. Succeeds Where Other
To whom it may concern :
This is to certify that Bertha P. Con.
ner, of Mt.Angel precinct. Marion coun
ty, Oregon, has suffered from a cancer
ous growth in the leftear for about three
years. The growth was cutout twice and
burned out once by AlUny Physicians,
but the growth came back as bad
aa ever, and pained her eo badly tlml
she had to be taken from school, Aftei
mree weeira treatment by Dr. J, F.
uook, oi caiem, uregou, the
Specialist, tho crovvth mill
neared, and at this ilat. fnur mn,,ti..
since treatment was lieun, the growth1 1 , rcr
has not reapiared, and the ear has rn-. JOWIial UltlCC
tireiy neaiei leaving only the scars in
flicted by the Albany doctors.
I hereby certify that tho above state
ment is absolutely true, and that Iter
tha P Conner, the person mentioned
In the affidavit, has resided in myfam
ilv since earl v childhood, boarliiv ri, re
lationship to me of niece.
II. O. Long.
Buuscnoeu auu Horn to before me
this eighth day of June, 1899. W. W (
Hall, county clerk of Marion county I
All diseases successfully treated and ,
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