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SALEM, OREGON, THTJBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1893.
Wc will sell you an all
wool suit, Navy Blue, war
ranted fust color, for $5;
G. W. JOII S&QX & SON.
Vj'VfO -p ((JOT-
Hi W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency.
Representing tke following welt-knowa and reliable Cempanies:
STATE IN8URANCb CO., JKlaa. Insurance Co.,
Traders' Insurance Co., Bui insurance Co..
National Insurance' Co., Westobester KIre Ins. Co.,
Hon Hire Insnranoe Co., Imperial Fire Insurance Co.,
London a Lancasblre Fire Ins. 600., London ssnrance Corporation,
Alliance Assurance Co., NorwIoU Union Fire lasuc.
Oldest and Leading Firm In the City Devoted Exclusively to Insurance, -
Piessed. Work neatly done on abort notice, at moderate prices.
State St. , 1 door below Smith & Stelner's drug store, Salem. I. GOLD & 00.
EX Meeker & Co.,
OFFICE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, Salem.
TT. A. TEMPLETON, Gcn'l Agent.
F. T. HART
247 COMMERCIAL BTREET.
At the Commercial etreet bridge near.
kui, i,in. Hi mi win.imit univ
rigs nor poor bones.
1 West Printing Co.,
I do batter work than ever. Country or
do better work than ever.
263 Commercial St.,
MITCHELL, WRIGHT & CO.,
Iru&urarice - Agxrts,
245 Commercial Street.
American Fire Insurance Co., Phlla.
Home Insurance Co., New York.
Norwlcb-Unlou In. Co.. Liverpool.
Palatine Inburanoe Co,, Manchester.
Oyer Oa. Million Dollars Deposited
PrewcUea of Policy
All Losses Adjusted and Paid" Through Salem Agency on Policies Wittte
te Marioa. Palk, Yamhill and Linn Counties.
Also Write Lift and Accident Insurance la Beat Companies In the World.
Tailoring and Steam Dye
. ing Works.
Ladies' and Gentlemens' Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, Repaired and
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Heats of allKiuds
9S Court and
110 State Street 8.
Willamette Hotel New .tod. and ve-
iue utm wiviij .on...... -. ---
Has iust received some
of the latest faces of job
type and is prepared to
Country orders receive prompt at-
Western' Assurance, Toronto, Canada,
T.-tnnuihire. Manchester. Eng.
I Home Mutual, Ban Francisco, Cal,
With State Treasurer of Oregoa fer
Holders in Oregon only.
But Two Weeks More
. of Silver Talk
BY LONG-WINDED SENATORS.
TO PROTECT AMERICAN INTERESTS.
A Plan to Coin Silver Dollars by
Portland Bank Resumes.
Portland, Or., Sept. 14. The Alns
wortb National bank, wbicb closed on
July 2fllb, reopened for business this
morning, under orders from tbe comp
Voorheees on Repeal.
Washington, Sept 14. Voorheea
said to a representative of the Associated
Press today that be wasitill determined
to press the repeal bill to as early con
sideration as possible. "I have every
reason to believe wo shall be able to
reach a vote in a comparatively short
time," said he.
When pressed to say how long the
time would bo, he named two weekB as
the limit for debate. Voorheea did not
believe there would be any amendment
of bill, and bo was nf tbe opinion that
silver men would show greater strength
in the vote In opposition to a straight
repeal bill than upon any other propos
For Big Dollars.
Austin, Texas; Sept. 14. Gov. Hogg
has been requested to call a couaoil
of governors of the silver states, Tbe
object Is to suggest that such states
pass a law for a silver dollar weighing
an ounce as legal tender payment of
debts, the mines to haye tho money
coined In Mexico, dome lawyers say
tbe plan is constitutional.
Nbwabk, Ohio, Sept. 14. Hon.
Lawrence T. Neal, Democratio candi
date for governor of Ohio, opened the
Democratio campaign here this after
noon, in the presence of a large and en
thusiastic gathering of Democrats from
this section of the state. After referr
ing to tbe existing financial depression
the speaker declared tbeMcKinley and
Sherman laws tbe cause of all trouble.
Walla Walla, Wash., Sept. 14.
Nelson Bysterom was found banging
to a tree In Isaac's field today. He baa
been drinking heavily of late. He came
here from Tacoma, where he has a
Cowes, Isle of Wight. Sept. 14 The
Navahoe has been awarded tbe prize in
tbe race for the Bretons Reef cup,
which according to first calculations
was thought to bo won by tho Britain
nia by two seconds, according te time
Land Getters Suffering.
Kansas City, Sept. 14. Tbe hot
weather which is causing home seekers
so much suffering, continues. Tbeeun
Is blsilog bot. The wlbdi, lack of wa
ler and shelter, are causing Increased
slckucwand prostration. Tbe men in
line been there since Monday evening
We otfr tb romidr nkteb. it ""
at both motitr nd child.
mAOrtLD IMteULATOt 00..
M4VsHPrv !. Aiui a.
are literally oxhausted. Hundreds are
aflltctod witb throat and lung disorders
caused by breathing the dUBt laden air.
Fully forty thousand strangers are In
and about town. As tbe day progresses
the wind gets hotter.
ALL ABOUT HOPS.
Tke Hop Market and Late News from
New York, Sept. 14. Hops are un
changed, with very light trading by
brewers, btwlsets mostly in small lots.
New state seedlings are quoted at 23
26 eta, according toquallty.
Good Hop Report. David Guthrie,
who Is a member of the stalo board of
agriculture, came up from his bop farm
in Polk county today. He commenced
picking yesterday And reports no dam
age from the raln He has seen no
signs of lice nor mould In bis nor bis
neighbors' yards. Ills first floor comes
on ioaay,ana ne considers tnem at least
25 per cent, better than last year. O.
A. Cone, a bop raiser from the eastern
part of tbe countyj was lu tho city yes
terday. He has ISO-pickers in his yard
and reports the quality of his bops good.
The Hop Crop. The statement pub
lished that Meeker estimates tho Ore
gon hop crop at only 15,000 bales, is
unfounded. No one can show any au
thorized statement to that 0 fleet, made
by any man by tho name of Meeker,
who is oho of the hop Mockers of Puy
allup. They have never placed Oregon
below 30,000 bales, and the state will
easier exceed than fall below that figure.
Hops Not Injured. In talks with
numerous hop growers todiy, we have
gatberod enough information to be sat
isfied that tbe crop has not been injured
to any groat extent by the rains. It Is
to be hoped that the remaining harvest
of this crop, can be finished in fair
weafhor. Eugene Guard.
IN NW YORK. ;
Watervlller-Times, Sept. 8: Outside
of a few lots of '03 hops, late crop, at
20o there has been no business to speak
of on this market. Tho price for tbe
now crop has not yet been fixed, the
majority of growers und dealers pre
ferring to wait until the samples can
bo takeu from tbe bales.
The week has been a busy ono In tbe
yards aud the weather has been favor
uble for picking except Thursday nftor
noon when it rained bard and stopped
work. Many will finish this week and
all will get through with good weather
early next week. Every grower ac
knowledges that the quicker the hops
are oft tho vines the better. They are
not improving by standing although
the way they have withstood tbe effects
of stormy weather and attacks of lice
and mould Is quite remarkable.
It is true there are lice and mould In
many of the yards but, considering all
things, they aro holding their own
well aud In tho yards where the proper
picking Is insisted upon, it is believed
a good sample will bejbown.
In regard to tbe yield tbero are vari
ous reports but without doubt tho yield
about Watervlllo Is less than last year.
It Is said that the yards that were light
last year are heavy this and vice vena.
Tho Cooperstown Republican of
Sept. Oth says: There Is nothing doing
in tbe market. Dealers have been
quietly awaiting orders, Tbero Is no
effort made to purchase tbe new crop.
Growers and dealers alike agree to wait
until the bops are picked und cured. A
few bales here and there aggregating
25, of this year's growth have been
picked up at 0021 Jo. From corres
pondents throughout the bop district,
and from personal Inquiry of growers,
it appears that tbe crop of this year will
fall oil from last year fully 15 per cent.
While the storm of ten days a?o did
considerable damage, it is not nearly so
bad as effecting the quality of the hop
as has been represented by bop buyers
here to tbelr New York bouse. In do
ing tbls the buyer for tbe time being
not only injures tbe grower but his own
Interests. In the main a fair to good
quality of hops will be harvested; the
poor ones are by fur the smallest por
tion of tbe yield.
Tho. Usborne writes, dated Aug,
I have made my usual Inspection of
tbe bop growing districts of Knglaud.
Through tbe long drought and the per
sistent attack pf the aphis blight In the
months of May ami June our crop this
year will be a small one, I estimate
tbe crop at about 180,000 old duty or
800,000 Cwt-, with good weather dur
ing tbe picking It inay possibly exceed,
this a little. I think tbe quality gen
erajly will t hhI Picking la now
general but there has not been suffi
cient hops sent to market yen to, estab
lish the price, It Is difficult to get defi
nite news from Germany, but from a'l
I can learn their crop la likely to be
considerably loss than last year and
tboy will probably be importers of bo,.s
instead of exporters.
The world's crop of hops this year
will probably be less than the world's
consumption, the urop of 1802 la practi
cally exhausted so that tbe hop grower
never had a better ohauce of getting a
good price for bis bops than he has this
year and If he will use a little judgment
in putting bis hops on the market I
think bo will succeed.
RIO JANEIRAN TROUBLE.
Farther Account of the Rebel
REVOLUTIONIST SUCCESS IN CORDOVA
The Bombardment Confirmed In
Official Word From Rio.
Washington, Sept. 14. Secretary
Gresham received the following from
Minister Thompaon.at Rlo.at 11 o'clock
this merning: "Tho revolutionary
forces havo bombardod tho forts com
manding the entrance to tho harbor
aud also the arsenal on tho wharf in
the center of tho city. A few shells
wero fired Into tho city, and ono wom
an was killed. Commercial telegrams
aro forbidden. Tho cruiser Charleston
has not arrived.
Man-of War Sent.
Fort Monroe, Va., Sept. 14. The
cruiser Detroit this morning sailed for
Rio Janeiro to protect American Inter
ests, London, Sept. 14. A dispatch from
Rio de Janeiro says that an attack of
the rebel fleet on tho forts began at 0
o'clock, Tho garrison of tho largest
and strongest fort has declared for tbe
rebels. . Tho bombardment oftbotown
began at 11 o'clock, The, town has u
desoluto appearance. People who are
compelled to remain are greatly oxclted.
All business Is at a standstill.
RouE,Sept. 14. The Italian govern
ment has received a dispatch from Rio
Janeiro that a British gunboad was to
leavo the bay to warn all incoming ves
sels to stay oil the coast until tbo result
of tbo bombardment Is learned. Much
anxiety Is felt in Bio as to the fate of
tho city In the ovent of tho success of
tbo rebels, for, In splto of the dispatches
sent by the government, tbero are
doubts as to tho loyalty of tho forts In
tbo bay. It is asserted the garrisons
will exchango a few shots, haul down
their colors and Join tho rebels. The
government, however, soems confident
of the garrison's loyalty and that of
the troops (n the city, even if the forts
New YouK,Bept.-14. Advices to the
Associated Press frornLondon and Paris
confirm tho report from II iu that tho
rebel warships proposed to bombard
Rio this morning.
Montevideo, Sept. 14. News has
been received from Rio that the re
volters of the Brazilian navy made an
other attempt t Bombard Nlcktherey.
Tbe government troops, which had
been sent to Rio, succeeded in again re
pulslug tbe Invaders, but tbe defeated
rebels withdrew without great loss.
While the government won a victory,
success was not as complete as iue
repulse of the first attempt to land a
force from the rebel ships. Owing to
embargo on telegraphic communication,
it is Impossible to obtain the details of
the attack or repulse. It Is doubtful if
tbe forts of VUlsgalgroau and other
forts near Rio are loyal to the govern
ment. It Is believed that the garrisons
tberesympatbfztfwttb the revolutionists
of the navy, and when opportunity of
fers will openly Join the rebel.
Valparaiso, Kept. 14. A Buenos
Ay res telegram says that tha revolu
tionists in tbe province ofTuclmanand
the government force bad a battle In
the main streets of Cordova. After a
Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report
desperate fight the revolutionists won
the victory and captured the guns of
tho government troops. Tbo federal
troops have left the capital for Cordova.
Tboy will bo used for maintaining open
communication over railroad and tele
graph lines. ,
Word has been recolvod that the dis
affection Is spreading. A revolution
ary uprising is imminent in San Juan
do la Trontara.
Washington, Sept. 14. Another
telegram has been received by Secre
tary Gresham from Minister Thompson
at Rio do Janerlo saying telegraphic
communication with that country has
been restored.' Nothing is said in tbo
dispatch concerning tbo bombardment
of tho city which is reported to have
Londcn, Sept. 14. Tho Exchange
Telegraph Co., saya: "Private advices
from Brazil aro that the Insurgent fleet
Is bombarding Rio de Janeiro and that
one of the principal ports in the harbor
has sided witb tbe rebels."
Banker in Trouble.
OniOAdo, Sept. 1C James Phillip
Gage, president of Farmers' National
bank of Clinton, Iowa, was arrested
yesterday on complaint of Mrs. J, W.
Rurson, charged with drugging aud assaulting-
nor daughter. He was ar
raigned In the police court this morn
ing, and tbe caso continued.
Tight With Robbers.
Huntington, Ind Sept. 14. A
poaso of citizens at Kelseyvtllo Just bad
a gang of five men, believed to be tbe
Lake Shore train robbers. One of the
robbers Is bolloved to bo wounded.,
MILK, BUTTER AND CREAM.
Business of the Second Annual Dai
Tbo second annual meeting of tho
Oregon Ddlrymon's association was
held Wednesday afternoon at the court
housoand the following officers elected:
J. B. Looney of Jefferson, president;
Warren Cranston of Salem, treasurer;
H.M.WIlllamson of Portland, secretary ,
Tho vlco presidents for counties elected
wore as follews: Multnomah, G. R.
Shaw; Clackamas, Richard Scott; Ma
rlon,Frank Durbln; Lane, E. Levengor;
Benton, Prcf. H. T. French, Polk, J.
H. Parker, Yamhill, H. Merchant;
Washington, Col. T. R. Cornelius;
Tillamook, Judge Cooper; Columbia, P.
A. Frakes; Clatsop, B. D. Adair! Coos,
J. H. Bcbrooder; Umatilla, J. H.
Considerable routine work was done
and tho report of tho treasurer was
read and approved. The private busi
ness of the association took up a consid
erable portion cf tbe time of the meet-
log so that not very much special busi
ness was transacted.
Following were tbe mombers present:
J. B, Looney, Jefferson ;Thos. Paulson,
Garden Home; Warren Cranston, Sa
lem; Geo. W. Weeks, nowell Prairie;
Harvey Walker Jr., Balom; C. H,
Schmidt, Portland; II. Dee, Bumbllm-
lty;N. II. Looney, Jefferson; Frank
Lee and H. M. Williamson, Portland;
Prof. H. T. Freucti, Corvallls; F. F.
Walker, Dr. L. L. Rowland, J. L. Bar
nard, and Weatacott A Irwiu, Salem,
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Haifa Catarrh Cure.
F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We. tho underelKiied. have known F.
J. Cheuey for tbe last 15 years, and be
lieve Him perrestiy nouoraiue in an
businew ttansactlons und financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
West 4 'Ihimx. Wholesale Diug-
A Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole
Hall's Catarrh ure is takeu Intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
aud mucous surfaces of the sys-teM.
Testimonials sent free, PrIo7&o per
ooilie, tyom i ai .urufgHHs.
THEY NEED REED'S RDLES.
Republicans JeiM Attaiiistratla
fILIBUSTEIl AGAINST k QU& 1
Settling Down to a Hand to Hand
Washington, D. C.,Sept. 14. Tint
galleries of the house wore well filled In
anticipation of a preliminary akfrtaieh
over tho Tuoker bill, for repeal, of tbe
federal election laws. At the ooooiu
slou of tbe chaplain's prayer, Burrows
or Michigan, one of tbe Republican
leaders, surprised tbe house by be
ginning a filibustering speeob. He
asked unanimous consent that tho
call of the oommltteeB for report
be dispensed with. Tucker called for
yeas and nays, the Republicans refus
ing fo vote in order' to )reak the quor-,
urn. A number of administration
Democrats, reflecting tbe White Howe
opposition to present consideration of
the bllt, also refused to vote. The re
sult showed no quorum. A call of the
houso was ordered resulting In the pres
ence of one hundred and. sixty aaember
Messengers were dispatched In all dir
ections to bring In tho absentees and
tbe houso settled down to a long hand
to hand contest.
A HOT TIME.
A second call showed no quorum.
Tuoker moved a resolution, InMruotlng
the sergeant-at-urms to brjng absentees
before the bar of. the' house. Tbe reso
lution provoked hot and bitter debate,
but was finally adopted, aud the housa
adjourned. The Democrats are badly
demoralized, aud the fact that the ad
ministration Democrats are actively as
sisting tbe Republicans In an effort to
keep off" tho federal elections bill dis
cussion, awakened tbo lively Indigna
tion of silver Democrats.
la the Sssats.
Wasuinoton,! Sept. 14. Faulktter
offered his amendment to the repeal
bill. Tbe repeal bill was tben takes up
and Daniel of Virginia took the floor la
Washington, Sept. 14, Senator
Vest denies the statement that bo U to
vote for the unconditional repeal of tb
The president baa nominated JCx-
Governor George W, Gllok, of Kansas,
to be pension agent at Topeka.
GOOD OLD NAME,
The name of Baby Ruth's sister hat
been decided on. The president an
nounces stie Is to be chrltead stur
Ban Fbanoiboo, Bept, 14. Wheat.
Chicago, Bpt. 14. Caab, S7J; De
Portland, Bepi. 14. WMat valley,
1.00; Wall Walk. S7K
Largest Qua let Ww WesU.
Is on exhlbltlou at Mm gvea world's
fair. You nuithl to two It. 'i Ma U tb
month of in mtba to vllt tin f-i(r,s4e-ant
days, ctol nights, delightful trvV
Maximum comfort enroot to Obl
ougo oti tho vtwtlbuled lltult t talus ut
the Cblcngo, Unlnu reMd A North
wuxtrru line. Heoyour nearot Ualpii
Paoltla fent for rates or fttJc'lariMraa
AGAIN. - John Um km min
opened a blacksmith step la Majssi, at
year of Cook's hetti. AM frfcaa4sto-
vlted to give hint a eN, assslgeiwoA
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