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l'HK MOItMXJ ANIOKIAN 1VKDNKKDA) MORNING. SKPTKMKER 19. IBM
We art closing out our tntlr depart
inont of tltiwara tnt granll Ironwar
at price below wholesale. ThM art
first quality good and art manufaot.
Ured by Itit following Brmii BL
Louis Htamplng Co., liaberman Mfg.
Co. ant Kli'klmlfer, In (act any fao
lory brand you want. Thli la a far
opportunity (or merchant and partita
who wleh to buy at wholesale, follow
lug la Hit Hat of pricwai
HI'llVIAl. HAI.IC (IF Ht'llOOL Hl'ITH.
Jioyp.' heavy shil emit, .worth
ti.Ut ! prlne 11.40
Youtha' whiMil culm, wnrth I'j, '
Men's r.n wimI pants, regular val
u S. sale irlc M'
Webster's unabridged dictionary,
regular price W. al I'rtre t 6
A f"w nun t'oooa ruga, slse 1671
worth II M, sale pries 1 M
I Mimrt rtilte tea imi. sal title .1
XXX silver Mated knives and
forks, worth 13 a aalit price ,. ."6
A large assortment of new goods
Just arrived, rail and rsamlne thein.
510 Commercial Street.
ItKI'OKT OK T!IK CONIUTION
Frst Naticncl Baik,
At Anlorln. In tliB Wat ol Oregon, at
the. cloaa of IneluiMS, Hcpteinlirr Till,
Iostiaaii.1 .ll.rout.ta S2.Vi.Kl fiO
Kenltnft, seeiurd ami nil
retired a,6M M
V. H, IniiiiU to swiirti rirrtila-
Premiums on It. h. IkiuIs.... iH) (Ml
Hlwas, will Hire, etc 100,(1X1 3(1
Oilier real ratal aod mort
gage owned P.SH dl
Due I fin ntii nal bank (not
reei-rv ngruts) 2,7711 "H
line (nun state banks and
banket '.H.71H U
Ihi from niipniv! fraerva
gent 12rt.aw 4H
Checks mul oilier nu.li Items. J.iUI 44
Notes of other national banks. 4U U)
Nickels ami ceul 1W SO
lawful nioni-y rraarve Id
IWlc Ul.UX) Oil
JUNl-ln!rr noli . .11.1 (HI 141.31. W
Hixlemiillnn fnn.l wild lH.
treasurer t& i r rent of cir-
Totl . .
'g.ilVork txl.l in f BaiXrtM
I'm. lit 1,1.1 iiMitlta. ei-
peiueaaml lart paid,, . . . 2MlSlS
Kala.tml lank liotre Jul-
ataiulli'K W" C
loe to date l.atikp nti.l batik-
ara 8.-1 32
linliviiloiil ill 'HiU
aiibj.'i'l to rlMvk.44il,I.Yi h7
rat. m.l dcpoail KT.IU 4.'
Cettilrl obocka... .kl,ll'.'4 54 &V.IU1 K3
Total (K.:,I7I 13
Kta'w (if Orcgtiu. I 1(
(Vunly of Clntaop.t
1, H. H. (li.KiHiN.ri el.lcriif Ibe alnii
ratio J lmtik,i!o rolciunly wrnr Unit the
alxivo atiili-u i l l Ik lr no to I lie lot of n.y
knowledge and U'lirl. 8. 8. (Ioiiikin,
Rtilwcribt-il ami aworD In U-fnre nie
(Ilia h'lll dav of rvplcliilvr. IHyU
C. li. Thoxkuk, Notar VMe.
Jumiu Kaum, )
W. V. M. tiiiKum,.
Wm. M Lauii, )
John Krhard of Phlladolphla baa a
Vln dated lttl, which haa a head on
either aide, ahowlng that mlatakra art
mad even at the mint.
e ' '
Karl's Clover Root Tea
llraullllae tha rnmpleilnn, Piirlllee tht
ni.Hl,(ilvf Krenh,Clfr(l.ln, Curmt'cin
llml(.ii, In.llamlli.n, and all Kriivll.nii n(
ll hkUi. An hkwiiIiI l.iutlv Nrv
'lanlr. KnKI on nh.oli.l (.mrmitea ex all
drueiftoi at DIU., 60c. and f 1.00.
8. C. WELLS 4 CO.. LtROY, N. V.
Joel Chandler Harrla haa never aen
a piny acted. The only time ho haa
vlalted a thiter haa been to hear a
rending by Jamea Whltcomb Riley.
The Key to Health J
Beccham's Pills j
A nrntlfl Cathartic.
For Sick IIcadache,eto.
Annual Snle, 6,000,000 boxes.
10 cents and 25 cents-Druggists,
Lst!fr Goes Out In the Slxtb
Round at Nw York.
MCOY HAD EASY BATTLE
The Onci Clever lltjvywclgbi Did
Nut land i GOJ Blow
During the ri(ht.
NfcW YORK. m.pt. 1.-Kld MoCoy
hn.l llttln dlltli'Ully In (ftilng away
with Hlova O'lhmr.cll In the arena of
the llroadway Alliletlv club tonljfht.
lH-N.lto O'lKMinell't a.lvanUae of
h.'laht, reach and weight, McCoy went
lo him gradually, without taking any
nart'lcNi llbertlva and twin had hli big
a.Wi nary In truublv.
C''Iiiiiii'II never landed a g.xid blow nt the war department today, d-neral
on McCoy, while the Kid waa gaining otla haa been dlaappolnted In carrying
grout.d In each auicee.tlng rnund, Ilia 'out aeveral military movemeiita con
left mi alwaya getting to hla face, t,.mplated at thla tlm by reuaon of
hnid or wind, and O'D.imell waa pui-(rie continued ralna. He feara now
lied, lie ataggered fmiio-nlly and In ttiHt the American troupe will be able
the elllh round went down fnnn a b-ftjtu du little If anything In the way of
awing. He remained down ae long aa uvreaalve action b-fore November 1.
the rul.a allow, but It waa all up with
the big fellow.
McCoy went after him with awlnglng
l.-fta and rlgtha, and aHn floored him
with a i.urd left awing fmm the vf
f.vla of which he waa unable to re
cover until roun'.ed out.
HlU.ri.l) WE BKIX THE
LI Hung Chang Haya We Hhould Die
(Hiae of Them llanna Talka on
Heont Truat Conference
NK.V YOKK. B.pt. l.-8,-nator
llniitu, of (Hilo, before atartlng for
Cb-veland laat night, had hla attention
railed lo the alleged Interview with
I.I Hung Clung In which the Chlneae
tateaiuan advla-'d aelllng the Philip
plnea. "IVrhupa the Chinaman did not aay
It." eald the aeiiator. "It may be a
hnrnib'M fake. Hut even If he did.
what diH-a It matter? The l.l.-a la pre
Hwierua. It would Ik more Olmirure
to tha 1'nlivd Hlalea to barter away
the lalnnda. It would be a repudia
tion of our itiunil obllgatlona to the
rlvllld'd world. The natlona of Eu
rope are watching to etti what we are
4lttg to do In the I'hlllpplnea The
thinking cbtaeee look with aat lefactjun
on their country'a pr.-a.-nt policy. The
piealdent haa outlined hla policy for
the I'hlllpplnea. It la broad, chari
table and aliicere, and what might be
expivled from a clear-headed atntea
man. The i-ile aa a rule heartily
cndi.rae that policy. We did not light
the HpanUrla In order to eecure poa
aeaabin of the Philippine. They came
to tie un.-xiKvte.lly. The inaurgenla
under Agulnaldo are a amnll pcivent
age of the people. People In thla
country who are aupportlng Agulnnldo
do a.) from a wink headed aentlmen
tollty that la quickly dlaalpated when
the actual rondlllona are eonfronted."
"What about the n-aull of the trust
conference at Chicago?"
"The net reault la that Ilrynn gt a
aiii.t chawing up by Ilourke Cock
ran." aald Senator Ha una, laughing.
"Cockrnn aaked llryan to show him
evidence thai Industrial combinations
were evil In their tendency. That
a proper demand; show ua the evi
dence. There la absolutely no Inlla
tlon In the existing business pros
perlty. There Is not unusual exten
sion of credit. Hualneaa men are pay
ing cash f.r all they get and glud to
do It. They are not asking credit.
We simply passed through a pro
longed bualneas drouth under Cleve
land that exhausted all our supplies
and strained to the snapping point
thousands of our established Indus
tries. Now the drouth Is over, and
the bualnesimen want raw and manu
factured products and have the money
to pay for them. Ia there anything
wrong with that?
"Take pig Iron, for Instance; the
high prices are owing to the demand.
Pig Iron la acarce and thai Is why the
price Is high. As I said the other day,
there Is nothing In sight to disturb the
business situation. The business men
and laboring men of this country will
not permit It. They will successfully
combat th.U Issue a year from now.
While It la well known that It would
bJi Impossible to got free silver legis
lation through the republican I'nlted
rttatea annate, the voters next year
will not, I am sure, do anything that
will be construed aa a threat tojtlre
the republicans from power."
CAPTAINS WILL BK INVITED.
Commanders of Dewey's Squadron
VIII Participate in the Purude.
NEW YOllK, 8ept. 19.-A special to
the Herald from Waahlngton, saya.
Acting Secretary of the Nnvy Allen
has perfected arrangements for. the
participation In the Dewey celebration
at New York of nearly all the cap
tains of the squadron which destroyed
Admiral Montejo's warships In
Captain Charles V. Oridley, who
commnnded the Olympla, died while
on his way home and Captain Lam
berton, now In command of the Olym
pla. and who was Dowey's chlef-of-smfY
In the battle, la returning with
Admlrnl Dawey. Captain Coghlun,
who commanded the nalelgh, Is In
Ihl country ut I'url Orchard, Waah'
(miiimihii I r Walker, who relived
from column, nl of th (,'oncord hut
Ai.rll, la now In Washington; Captain
yr, wlri coiuiii.itidi.'d the lliiltliuore,
la on cav nt hla home; Coiiiiiiuiul.'i
tVnod, who commanded the gunboat
I'.'tr.., la Innp.'utor of thv fifth lllit
hoii). dlati'lct with heud'iunrtera In
Hiilllinore, an Captain Krank Wll.b r,
th ci.nim.inder of the H.wlon, la cap
tuln of tin New fork navy-yard.
l!.iir-A liiilr.il Hchley will alao take
purl in the celebration, though with
out any ordora from the department.
The admiral haa not received an In
vitation from tha Now York com
mittee, but he dealr-e to take part In
hla peraotiul rapacity and to Join with
ntlieia In welcoming tha hero of
Manila. He fee la that there almuld
nt be any official participation by
oincera likely lo attract any attention
from Admiral Dewey.
OTIB Itt DIBAPPOINTED.
Cannot Carry Out Military Movement
Owing lo Continued Halm.
N-:W YOKK, Bept. It A apt-clal to
the Herald from Waahlngton, aaya;
According to onti'lal alvlcea rarelved
The authorltlca had hiiwl to g.-t the
newi of aeveral important engage-
plana of which they have
known for some lime. In some re
spects they consider that the delay
will be beneficial. By November I,
Ueneral Otla will have 10,000 more men
and will therefore b able to put a
larger army Into the field and begin a
mu.-:i more aggressive campaign than
la possible at pn-aent.
fit flNU 11ANCHES.
The Chlium ll.-ef Packers Are doing
Into the Cattle liaising Hualneaa.
CHICA(li), Bept. !. A apeclal do
the Tribune from Kanaaa City says:
t). K. fwlft. the Chicago porker: C.
t'olfman and C. T. Hall, of thla city;
W. Jennings and C. C Clamp, of Ban
Antonio, Tex. :t and C. T. Jennings and
II. Klllaon, of Fort Worth, were In
conference here today examining titles
to a number of ranches which It la
wild the Bwlft Interests conlemplute
purchasing. Among thein la the Child
ren ranch. In the Panhandle of Texaa,
containing In the neighborhood of
JW.iXO acres, and uixm which 10, Oik)
head of cattle are now (raxing.
It waa only a few days ago that the
Bwlfts purchased the O'Keefe ranch In
(lalnea county. Texaa, containing ISO.
0i -I acres, and it Is staled that Swift A
Comapany and Nelson Morris, w ho has
also recently Invested heavily In ranch
es, will raise cattle on a large scale.
MONEY AT SIX PEIt CENT.
NEW YOItK. Sept. 19. t'll money
ruled at six per cent and above dur
lug the day, the banks not losing quite
na heavily aa last week, either to the
subtreasury or to the Interior. But the
outward movement of money la more
than audit-lent lo make Inroads on the
leSHi reserves of the banks. It la
known that many loans which has
been called have been placed with oth
er borrowers or have resulted simply
In the shifting of collaterals while the
loan was marked up. but waa left
otherwise undisturbed. One New
York hank took up an additional cir
culation In Washington to the amount
of $'.'50.000, which notes had already
been printed and made available for
circulation. Except In these casea
there Is no evidence of any actual re
plenishment of caah for the New York
market, nor Is any discernible In the
Immediate future. Bankers expreas
the opinion that money will continue
hard at six per cent or above.
Effort Will be Made to Induce The
Settlement of Italians and Swedes.
NEW YORK. Sept. 19.-A special to
the Herald from Washington says:
Immigration from the north of It
aly and from Sweden la to be Invited
by Hawaii. The, Hawaiian minister of
finance was at the treasury depart
ment today to consult officials. He
hi hi that he was on hla way to Europe
to secure Immigrant form among the
better closse In northern Italy and
Sweden to Hawaii.
f'KOCKER INTERESTS SOLD.
Reported 8tock Sale of Southern and
Central Pacific Railways.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 19.-The
Evening Bulletin publishes a story to
day to the effect that the entire
Crocker Interests consisting of 340,000
shares of stock of the Southern and
Central Pacific, railways had been sold
to Morris Speyer, of New York, who
Is supposed to be acting for Vender
bllt. When seen ;today Oeorga Crocker
suld regarding the reported sale:
"Don't you know? Get It from
If consummated, the snle must have
Involved at least $13,000,000.
MARRIAGE COMES HIGH.
ARDMORE, I. T., Sept. 19.-The
Chickasaw legislature passed a bill to
day raising the fee for marriage lic
ense from J50 to 11,000. Tho measure
Is aimed at white men who marry Into
the tribe to profit by the annutle and
hum of money drawn by the female
' 'hlckaaiiws. i
T" AID POHT'J IH'.'ANB.
OLVMI'IA, Hept. IK At the request
of Becretary of War Hoot, Governor
Itogi is bus appointed a a Committee
to tuko charge of contributions from
the slut of Washington Intended for
the Porto lllcan suff.-rcrs, the mayors
i f Braille, Ta joma and Bpokane.
YELLOW KEVEH UL'IiDL'ED,
WiHIIINUTON, Bept. I.-urgen
lenerul Btcmbcrg has received a dl.-
pauh from Havana saying the yellow
fever outbreak la fully under con i ml.
Tl number of cases In all the boa
pllala In Havana are nine soldiers and
ltli llilO.NO CHOBEN.
LETUOIT, Bept. The sovereign
grand lodge of Odd Fellows today
chose Itlchmond, Va., aa the place for
next year' convocation.
The pleaaant affect and perfect safe
ty with which ladle may use Syrup
of Pigs, under all conditions, make It
their favorite remedy. To get tha true
and genuine article, look for tha nam
of the California Fig Byrup Co., print
ed near the bottom of the package. Tor
aale by all druglsla
Oregon Short Line
THE DIHECT BOUTE TO
Montana. Utah. Colorado
and all ti stern P.ints.
0vt choice of to favorite routa. via
the Cnlun Pacific Fast Kali Una. oi
tht Klo Oranda Scenic Lints.
LOOK AT THE TIME
1 Days tu Ilt Luke
2) luys In Dt nvir
li I)ayi to I iiirnn
4 Hays to Nt-w York.
Free reclining chairs, upholitered tour,
lit sleeping cars, and Pullman palace
Icepera, operated on a" trains.
For further Information, apply to
O. W. LOUNSBERRY.
Agent, O. R N..
Or Aatorta, Oregon.
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114 Third Bt.. Portland. Or.
HAST AND SOUTH HAST
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS.
TOUR18T8 SLEEPERS and
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Salt Lake. Denver. Omaha.
Chicago, Kansas City
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Bsgxag checked tarourn to aeatinatloa,
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t'lntsea ugnt in an cars,
for rates and other Information call oa
or addreea -
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or J. H. LOTHROP, Gen. Agent,
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I electric lighted throughout, both In
tide and out, and steam Heated, are.
.vlthuut exception, the Onest trains In the
world. They embody the latest, newest
and best Idoaa for comrort, convenience
and luxury ever offered the traveling
public, and altogether are the most com.
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No extra charge for these superior ac.
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are available for passage on the famous
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(his line are protected by the Interlocking
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TEMPLE LODGE Na 1. A. F. & A.
M. Regular communications held on
tht Hrst and third Tuesaay evening of
etch month. J. N. GRIFFIN, W.
M.; E. C. IIOLDEN. Secretary.
Q. A. BOWLBY,
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Office Bond Btreet, Aitorla. Ore.
If you go east Ha Billings and Ut
Tne Burlington route runs
through tourist sleepers tunc a
wfck. Bea'.tl to Kansas Clly-Oet
on at any point along lb mala
lint ot tbt Nonhera Pacific In
Washington or Montana get oft
at Kanaaa City.
Standard sleepers, tvtry day In
the week. Butte U St, Louis via
Lincoln, Omaha and St. Joseph.
A. C. SHELDON,
Oeneral Paaae'er Agent,
PKLrid. for 81 em
VM P.aLISacrsmenlo, Ogdeo. t:00 A. la
Ban FTanclaco, ao
lave. Lot Angtlce,
El Paso. New Or
Uaaa and tba Eaat.
1 A. M Roaeourg passenger M:K P. a
I Via Wood bur, for
Dally I Mount Angel, 811- Dal!)
except , verton, West tk-lo. excem
Sunday I Hrownvllle, Bprtof- Sanaa)
I UWJ UU ribUID...i
It K A. Ml Corvallla caaaenrer ,ti su A u
tt.Se P. Ml Independence paaa' ita ;2S A V
Dally. tDallj except Munoay.
C'onneetlna at Ban Francisco with Oecl
dental A Oriental, pacific Mat and Ota
aalc steamship Itnee for
JAl'AiN. CHI.-XA. AISTKALM.
HAWAII AND THE PHILIPPINES.
Rebate tlckela on snle duiv mukc
Portland. Sacramento, and San Francis
co. Net rate til first-ciase, and IU sec
ond-claas. lncliallnc sleeoer.
Kates snd tickets to Eas-.ern points sne
Kurope. Also japsn, inina, Honolulu
and Australia. Can be obtained from J. B
KIHKIAMU. Ticket Agent, lit Third St.
R. KOKHLER, C. R at ARK HAM
Manaser. u. r.- p. A
Thrjuah tickets Esst tor lowest rate
..11 f Tut,.Kl IamI . n .
Kl s Eanp Comosaa s oficf. Aatrna
Eaubllsbed during the reign of Queen
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FIRE AND LIFE.
.-buoecnoea t'apuai I im.oov uo
Asaeta 11W1.4U 00
8urpli : to policy holders 00
Exclusive of paid up capital
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assets ai.iajs m
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S .ii p m.
tat mty, tiL Louti,
(.iiiragt, and tast
1 10 1. m
Wnlla Walla, Spokane.
Ohlcaa and ka.it.
8.SU a. in
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All Sailing Hates sub
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For Man Francitco-aalll
Sept. S 10, IS S5. TO'
To Portland and
Wlllamettt and Yam
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7 a. m
Oregm Cltv. Iayton, A
1:40 a. m.
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