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TmK It. ; k.-v,.,- m,, OMIKTV. 0UKG0N, TUPMUAV, 8KJTOMBEK .2, 1895. NUMBER 41.
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Capital 8 lock, t.10,000.00.
lkiiftn.v ut n.ut. R..VI.H nit(t mr!o(l8 111
V. I'. OlSSAWAY,
A .iirnil ihiiI1iihikI ilminri lawl-n.-.i.
iraii.m-l.Hli loniii.inn.lx, UIIn at
A.uilr.l, toi..n.. r.ll cr.-.lil gront.Mli
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.ul.j.Tilacliwa, l.iur.l I'liUl on lime
H. F. Smith. A, Nulnon, I. A
li II .lrtiK'itu, A. J. UuihIhihh
KM, it. Ilirm-I.U rrf.
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BOUGHT AT A BARGAIN
and will sell at the
same, the finest line
WATctfcHARMS and LOCKETS
ever in town.
Come end see them. fespect?ully yours.
O. fl. KRAMER.
NEWS OF THE WEEK
The 8ultan Attempts Itflforma-
tory MettHiiri'i in Armeum.
DEFENDER WINS ,THE FIRST RACE.
Ilradstrect's Favorable Kcport
A Iep M" uwier
Great Htorni hi Kanmw
Azote's Fast Time.
v ' f
-f .,-. -"r-.v
DiiHiik ut U-iiHt Ri'ven muted prrMn In
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IjIIO II UTorU MIIOIIIU " irinrrvt- ii
Mrni'N likfiu'Ni, uh follow:
IiiriiiitlHxxl, UubylHMKl, (lill.lhcMxl, Roy-
I i tl,lrl!i. iilc. Old BlfO.
....I Ik II .! VMM thn lillotoirriiplxT.
w ill Hiipply you with llanu Hkciitum al
tho viry lowenl rte. uivw mm c
The City Restaurant
Will Klvi jou SIX irMnl
U.1-itt iiu-tiN lor I . .
We try to make our Sunday In
. . iuth the b'Ht in ludepfiidcufe.
-.- MEALS JMT A.XjXj HOURS.
McGINN &CATLIN, Prop's.,
Don't be Sick!
UK A I.KK IV-
OI'KN SUNDAYS FltOM 8 to
Free Delivery to all jmrts
of the city.
WK KNOW Iiow it innki-i onn fuel to
m Hick Hut if you will Ket nick
temeiubor Unit it i our l)iifiiie to nell
Mcduiiic. We've hiul connidwruble ex
iierieuue In 'rtarinjf uitciicim-8 anil
know tliti u.lVMiituiw of uhIiik lrnh uU
tiire Drug. We keep no other kind.
BELOW THE ONE HUNDRED
Wabhinotov. Sent. 0. A tel
egram received at the treasury states
that $1,600,000 in gold had been
withdrawn for export jrm )e,uu'
treaHury at New York. ome
gain, however, were made at
f!hinffo and other uoints aggre
gating $180,000, bo the truo amount
(From Mm Ornln nd HlUnittn.)
THE SULTAN ATTEMPTS RE
FORM . '
Constantinople, Sept. 5. The
grand vkier has diHinlnseu a
number of officials of Moosh found
guilty of extorting taxes and treat
ing Armenians with' ruthless
severity. At Bitlis tne gn
d'artnes attacked a band ol Kurds
who had been committing denreda-
tlm Moonh dUtricf. The
siiHtained serious losses and
were driven from the possession of
the property ol me Ariueiiii.
TO TEST THE JARVIS ARMOR
Washington. Sept. 5. The ord-
nanf.ft hurnau is preparing to fol-
t.. nr. he tests of the armor plate
i if the Iowa, made yestarday, by an-
.(Viep tr lie in ade with a 13-inch
gun, probably Saturday next, or as
soon as the gun oi mi
,vV,i.h i now on the ground, can be
monntfffl. The ordnance officials
are really anxious to penetrate the
armor, as until this is aone mey
obtain no fair idea'of the strength
r.f h siinerstructure. They ex
pected the shots yesterday from the
12-inch gun to put a note enureiy
thrniioh the armor, and say that
test made yesterday shows that the
Tnnm'a armor to be the best 15-inch
plate which has ever undergone this
trial at Indnfn Head.
triiLiiiic cioui'wi w i .,
of the reserve at the close of business etjf over 200 were under ground,
was $1)8,513,529. The cash balance j ftnd t woud have escaped had
When You are Well
RKMKMHEH that we han
dle many articles you
umv cleiro, such as Jewelry,
Silverware, Watches, Clocks,
Tmlepemlem-e, Oilfon .
liiCity Truck & Transfer Coiij
is - - i ."r::r:'r,r:"':,'?r 1 1
f liitet. ..... '
iii .ynrovn-vooT wood forsaliJM
'iSd'kPKNDESCE, I JflUIn mrSS. I 0REJl4
RUNNING NIGHT AND DAY.
Kt em. Or.. Sept. 5. The Salem
woolen mills are running night and
dav. There are sixteen ciotn anu
four blanket looms in operation,
requiring a rorce oi 10 ""P";"1
Orders are .being filled for the
p,;r. roust and Eastern trade.
The Mandel Bros, are having made
a blanket that is labeled, "tne Cal
ifornia Blanket." An order for
Hale Bros, is labeled, "Hale Bros.
Store, San Francisco." An order
is also being filled for a New York
firm, which accepts tne orana 01 v
Salem woolen mills.
P. H. Murphy, Prop.
all klinlM will
The lnt of
turned out ou
A share of your patronage
City : Feed : Stable.
Kl.l JOHNHOS, 1'IOP.
Horwn led hv the diiy,
week or month . Trun
lient ntoek left in our
care will lie well at
tended to. Charges
Main St.. - independence.
Ths WeklT Oreoonlan 50 cU Tear
Thu rrKiilnr iilmcrjnl 1 " Vt i U r " tiw rl H loa
whnmiliiwrllH) for the Bill;"!'' vVlwrprlHe
iirt Mil. Wwklv ""',"'n,?"?riiTil.rH.lln
All old HlHMTliM.m P"v'nJ,, , eullllcd to
tliv Mono ufTvr.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY.
CH AS. CLARK, Receiver
- ..HOMER" be"
Connectln with HUmr
ouln nd Hun Fmnel".
rftMnnw leave vn.h , !. ,th'
NDEPENDENCB TEAM DYE WORKS
Cents clothing Cleaned, Dged and
Repaired, nlso Ladies Jackets,
. Capes, Dress and Piece Goods.
, Faded Clothing. Restored
Higheit of all in Leavening Power-UteJt U.S. Gov't Report
DEPEW'S OPINION OF CLEVE
Kkw Youk. Sent. G.Chauncey M.
Depew was interviewed in London
by the World correspondent upon
resident Cleveland, lie saw:
"Hlfiveland is as certain to be the
democratic nominee as the national
convention is to meet. Whitney
could not be elected. He knows it,
and he is to shrewd a man to sac-,
'What about the third-term
"That has no real influence with
of the democratic party.
They don't ragard him as a Caesar
nor fear Caesarism if he is eiecieu.
ft wkR different with Grant and
T..fcun nd even with Washing-
ton. They were strong inaiviuuai
..iiamfierii. Cleveland haB per
,iinr1(.d his nartv. at least, that he
ia nlv the mouthniece ot me oeui
;rpfl of the oeoDle. with no per-
u...,qI nnrnoHes or even iiersonal
duiiui f ir
ambition. Either he nas exiraur-
linary luck, accidentally doing tre
iirht thine, or he is really a great
B . .
.tomQn T confess 1 am nov
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH
Noblesville, Ihd., Sept. 6.--The
it., ii..., ... vv'aft.prson. in an in-
I1UU. ucui J " v- '
i-.rio.c V.r tonieht. stated he had
VCi . .v, - r-
a,.jm in retire entirely from pol
itics. Under no circumstances, he
said, would he make any further
niihlic speeches, and he luriner
stated that it was his inteution to
next vear to avoid
participation in the national cam
t,. nuuA tirnner precaution.. 8ev
eral miners in their flight passed
... . i .
a group of seven or eignt man, wuo
had stopped to rest and wera smoa
inz their pipes. They seemed to
be in no hurry nor to think of
i . I
danger. When-toia w nurry wjcj
all. . "
remarked that they had plenty i
time, and not one of them reached
DUN RAVEN TO EM PRO R WIL
New York, Sept. 9. The World
Ma fMondav) morning says:
Lord Dunraven, who has made no
comment on Satuday's race, cameo statement t()(ky Bhow8:
the German emperor, who is an en- AvailaWe bBftDce. . . .18
Two Blocks North Main Street Bridge
Alexander-Cooper Drug Co
t nUnne and keen ot: hand
Always aim r , , ,
i."v"" . . ,
uhu rwwrved to chUK
wllhout nolle. '
r, ,r.,htorpn,ert. .pr'I '
Ut Hendry. H"
Carefully -:- Compounded
V&J U4 s
n rcuxioB. onaoeiT.
ladepenuence Roller Flour His,
Warehouses at Iudependence & Parker.li
AN ATTEMPT TO DYNAMIC
P.m. Sent. 5. M. Rothschild'6
Ku.A-inir house was the scene of an-
ntr nihilistic attempt. At d:U
ii man entered the bank from
. i... I?., a To Wiitft Nestibule. Ine
detective on guard saw a stranger
. . f I -
-..ino-io 1 uht thetuseoiauoui"
J '"ft - o
..iaarette. The ashes on the
.ioroitft nrevented the ready ig-
nition of the fuse and tne man, fac
ing he was observed, threw me
hornb upon the carpeted floor.
The weapon did not explode. The
man was arrested, ai tne puuw
ollice he boldly avowed himself an
AZOTE'S FAST TIME.
Galesbi'KO, Ills., Sept. 5. Azote
went a remarkable mue iou
against his record of 2:05i. The
first quarter was made in
the half in 1:01. In going the
third quarter Azote faced a cool
tfinrl an A reached the pole in 1:34.
Coming home he made a fine spurt
and crossed the wire in z:vt-
THE INQIRY SATISFACTORY.
Smamohai. Sent. 5. The inquiry
'a- A .
hn massacre at Ku Cheng is
proceeding to the satisfaction oi me
American and uriueu cmiu.
There have been a number of im-
rtAnt convictions, and among
those condemned are Borne ring
New York, Sept 6. Bradstreets
tomorrow will say: X avoraDie cruu
reports from nearly all directions
and the continuance oi me uoum ...
i t,H iron continues to charac
terize the general trade situation.
I ntpst. r.Iv ces as to tne corn cruy
,.. r.Uned anxiety with confi
j 4V. lurcrpr estimates oi
UCIIUP 1U ....
that crop, and satisfaction with the
nn.li.oW for trade this autumn.
tt., v-PKtinir and threshing are inter
P.ivx 1 1 rr wit h business in the , spriug
wheat country. Duluth, Min
neapolis and St. Paul jobbers in
i orp tiiihoiiii iwi
(renerai iwra i
moment she went on increasing her
lead to the end winning by the sur
prising margin of 8 minutes and 49
A CHINESE REBELLION.
Berlin, Sept. 7. A special from
Shanghai says: The rebellion in
the province of Kan Soo is becom
ing formidable. The insurgents
have organized an army and cap
tured seven cities. It is reported
the government at Peking med
itates calling upon Russia lor aiu
to suppress it.
THE GOLD RESERVE.
Washington, Sept. 7. The treas-
... i 1 1 o
"Apprrently beaten rjaaiy di-
urday. Weather very fluKy.
OPINION OF TWO ENGLISH
Tvnov. Sent. 8. The Standard
, , ... . .
Not only in the long bolt to wina-
arA hut on the run bacK also, me
iw..,l..r .hnwp.l herselt to oe me
0,,,u.rior tn the Valkvrie. The re-
suit d ea not afford a ground that
..... . r :l.l
the tables will be turned, rossiu,
pvprv one was mistaken as to
' - ,
th rplative performance oi me
i.rhtj. in a litrht wind, they may
j , .
also wrongly estimate tneir povCrD
in a strong one.
The Chronicle We do not give
.,r hone vet. Perhaps the V al-
r r- j ......
kyrie'a skipper was not qun
sharp in taking advantage oi me
i f ' York hav. II
snnii wiuuo w i. -
tests are to continue, con
nuiRt Hterj in and compel ex
cursion -steamers to keep out of the
Available cash balance. . . I8l.'f
Oold reserve -)
... i .
The true amount of the goto
serve, however, is $98,515,207.
THE MONEY MARKET."
Vr.- Ynov Spnt. 7. The ew
V,.i-lr Financier savs this week:
"The statement of the associated
c X..or York for the week
pndiniz Senteraber 7 is a remark-
several features. I ne
loans reached the unusual figures
f 5.106.00Gt which brings the
total cash loan item to f 51,Jo,ow,
or 4.761,100 higher than the tar-
, . t il
gest amount ever reported m ine
hwtnrvoftheNew York clearing-
hnnw. The increase is the result
ledtimate business, coup
led, of course, with a greater de
crease of activity in exchange cir-
,.iatinn and the issue of loans in
cident to early September settle-
The fallowing is the weekly state
ment jf the associated bauss.
MinRin. Sept. 8. A third army
corps of 20,000 is to be organized
j i ,jn tn ami mr buua in
anu uc icsiuj
November, in case ot necessity.
CHOLERA IN CHINA.
a rB"rrism'Bfi. Sept. 8. A
lodivnstock dispatch to theNovoe
'reyma says that cholera is riging
China, and that 520UU deatns oc
cur daily in Peking.
Reserve, decrease.... '',1
Loans, increase Winn
Specie, decrease -..
MORE Decosita. increase 1'?tr?.,C!
.. limiwaaA IOO.IOU
tircumiiou, iuv"- . .
The banks now hold f dJ,oo, i j
in excess of all requirements.
HUNTING HUMAN GAME.
CHARGED WITH ROBB1NU
A pos iwriuK.
Ppvnr.ETO. Sept. 7. A thorough
investigation of the Weston post
.l(,.p mhherv resulted in the arrest
miw v j .
of George M. Reynolds, who was in
charge of the office at the time Post
master Van Winkle was taaing u
outing in the mountains. Deputy
Sheriff Kimberk went to Weston
XX -r a,' 1 lUCb lllg" v w
n, Or.. Sept. 8.-Bodies of and placed Reynolds under cus-
.mp,t mn are leaving this town tody.
new business. In South Dakota and vicinity daily, for the Stem Reynolds reiuseu .o .- -
andin Washington, farmers show inounUin country, ostensibly for find bondsmen and went ,ta jai
a" ,. .:.:.. t an thrir -ain. ; nnmoses. but the more overnight. The robbery occurred
knowing ones here tninn mey arc two weeKS ago, -
aoing for a different purpose, and and $400 were taken from the post-
6 ..!. ..,.,- rr. c. win the hours ol o
unless the agents oi mesc "'- omce eaw ""
tion Indians recall them at once aud 6:30 P.M.
they will probably not have so Deputy Reynolds clairned he
" ' 1 .i . . . .amp baCE tO
many Indians to care lor me coui- weut to supjjci
ing winter. All the cartridges and find the safe rifled and the money
ammunition have been bought up gone. Men were in the vicinity
ouietlv, and the town is out of these at the time, and two Bat on me
the rear door
articles today, une oi our uam- uieps iu . ,
gruueo wuj i r rM claimed
illlU 111 ' ' o ' .
sell their grain
ni,f.,r; rpnorts perfect weather
for harvesting. The other side of
the crop outlook is tound in i",
where worms are said to have
seriously damaged cotton in some
ENGINEER AND BRAKEMAN
TTvmi Station. Or. Sept. 6. A
wreck occurred at the Oregon Rail
Kavi cation Company's de
pot this morning, in which one of
Engineer Jack Thatcner s ieg
broken, and he was omem
seriously injured. Brakeman Joe
Richardson was frightfully cut
about the face and head, and one
ankle was probably fractured. The
train ran into an open swucn
collided with a flat car.
NO HOPE FOR THE ENTOMBED
Mich.. Sept. 9,
Huge volumes of smoke still issue
w thn mouths of shafts Nob. 1, 2
that the awful fire
which started in the Osceola mine
shortly before noon Saturday is
still raging fiercely. The bodies of
30 miners entombed are still lying
somewhere below the surface, with
out a doubt dead, suffocated by
smoke and gas. Besides those re
ported yesterday, 13 more men
articles today. uiie o "Ul ""' ieps u . ,
ware firms has some 15,000 rounds through which Reynolds claimed
. -. TT..,;n,tn Or. .u- ,KWa entered, a pwuui
of cartridges an uuuu..6.m, luc -
. . .,;a that the lock of the
The same nrm nas oruercu muic .v eircumew"" .
express, and a team has been hur- rp door was found to be removed
: ' .. m- .j !, . . , tho frwa from the
riedly sent to tne ranroau unci Dy laamg uu
:'ia. o. thoneh to make it appear
1 I1C5IUO d o
some one came in the building that
WIND AND RAIN IN KANSAS.
Ottawa, Kas., Sept. 9.-Gridley,
. O A
BY SPANISH AUTHORITY.
v..UTxnTrv. Sent. 6. The state
Joortmpnt received a cable tonight
from Consul General Williams at
Havana stating that Agueria nu
3 i c.in!ali Author-
leen released , . - , light ot tnousan.o., T t. , ,aveL
Sanguili would negranveu - a1arm wg gou,.'. way from her rival. Worn mat ed away auu
Krw York. Sent. 7. The Defend
er won her name in irmy ' - , c,,-.
or on u .... , j rim twottb on the can .a
fashion today, nmsmug iar aueau a von u v. r . ,
VvripTfl and Hiving every evidence totai ioo v. -j
in almost any kind oi we. ""' " " it j8 believed no
There were strange features con caped injury , stunt
nected with the race for the Amer- one was seriously hurt. Abou
rfup, not the least b.ing the o'chck yeer ay a storm of wind
ceneral doubt expressed during me anu ran.
first 15 miles ot me course, a vu w.c
. i i r . 1
which was in me lead, iv o.y a.-Never
3 frm the first cun sienal Pittsbubo, Kas., ieps. .
auu vu- - u ;a hppn known nero
mnd until within a short distance o f . few day9.
. mrfc and tnen me itrieuuer aa ,
5"ta"rJ.nd, to the de- The whole country is flooded and
Caught tne m-eeie ; . i.. f .11 railroads are wash-
lieht of thousands, aimpiy snueu m vtl,.v -"6
. . . traina delaved.