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"THE PEOPLE'S PAPER."
HAIiEW, OREGON. TUESDAY,, JUNE U7, 1898.
"TO-DAY'S NEWS TO-DAY."
The Question is Often Asked Why the
Th? N?W York Racket
Has such a lively trade, while it appears dull in many places?
That question is easily answered, they -buy their shoes from one of the most reliable cash
shoe fact ones in St. Louis, paying cash for them, thereby getting their stock at the lowest
price. Then selling for cash, they haye no allowance to make for bad accounts. That ex
plains why they sell shoes cheap. In other lines, such as Hats, "White Shirts, Black Sateen,
and light Dress Shirts, Pants, Overalls, Underwear of alt kinds for ladies, and gents Hosiery,
Laces, Embroideries. I ace Curtains, Ribbons, Gloves. Mitts, Table Linen, Linen Tablecloths,
Napkins, Crash, jECammocks, Brushes and notions of all kinds
in New York, and iollowmg that line, (cash) trora lactory to consumer, they can aitord to Bell
at low prices. They ask an examination of their stock and prices.
Keeping Pace With the Times.
Have your business accounts kept In PERFECT books, such are
The Frey Patent Flat Opening' Books.
Books tbat are worthy of the patronage and praise of the Government Of
ficials of the State of Oregon, and the greater portion of the merchantile men
of the State, are Burely deserving of a trial by everyone.
Manufactured in Oregon ONLY by The Meaton-Dygert Book Mfg. Co.,
THE CAPITAL CITY BINDEKY.
Binders to the State of Oregon, Printers and Lithographers, Salem, Oregon.
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency.
Representing tke following well-known and reliable Cempanies:
BTATE IN8URA.N0K Cf., .Etna Insurance Co.,
Traders' Insurance Co., Hun Insurance Co.,
National Insurance Co., Westchester Kire Ins.'Co.,
Lion Kire Insurance Co., Imperial Fire Insurance Co.,
London s. Lancashire Fire Ins. 8oc, London A ssurance corporation,
Alliance Assurance Co., Norwich Union Fire Ins.Soo.
Oldest and Leading Firm in the City Devoted Exclusively to Insurance.
J. W. TliORNBORG,
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. ,Xong Experience in the trade
enables me to turn out first-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
give estimates. State Insurance block, Cbemeketa street.
CHURCHILLl Spraying, (Mits,
BURROUGHS State Street.
F. T. HART,
247 COMMERCIAL 8TBEET.
At the Commercial street bridge near Willamette Hotel. New stock and ve
hicles being added constantly. Only the best service rendered. No shabby
rigs nor poor horsts. H. L. LAMOUREUX, Proprietor.
The undersigned will (til at the Bargeant
Lodging House in Opera House block, Jul
15, 18m. Any one having baggage there U re
quested to get same before sale.
6-19-Sw WM. 8AKOEANT
On easy terms and cheap. A 10 acre orchard
on Sunny Hide No. one. 3 miles south
of Uaiem. ..
MMUlw JOHN HART.
Have bad 18 years experience training far
track or carriage. Terms reasonable. Can be
found at WeoUoott's stable, or addrea Ralem.
6-0-lm jAUKd K1NU.
. THE. PACIFIC,
DETECTIVE ANI (MECTING BUREAU
Private work a specialty.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats or hII Kinds
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
On Veter System,
TO CONSUMERS :
The Balem Light and Power Company at
E-eal expense bare equipped their Eieetne
Ight plant with the n mi modern apparatus
and are now able lo oiler the public a beli.r
light than any system and at a rat lower
than any city on the Mast.
Arc and Incandescent Light
ing. Electric Meters itw all
purposes where newer is re
Residences can be wired for as many llgbU
as desired and the consumers pay for only
such lights s are tued. Tuts being registered
by an idectne Meter. Office
179 Commercial St
which are all bought for cash
State Ins. Block.
Alliance Picnic At the school
and alliance picnic, near Victor Point,
between Silverton and sublimity, last
Saturday, the presiding offlcer was Mr.
Htvunk, thoAumsville miller. In his
speech that gentleman predicted be
fore the present crisis was over every
bank in the Union would fail, and fur
ther, that to protect himself, he would
close the doors of hla mill on Monday
morning. The picnio was a pleasant
ORDER FOR INSPECTION.
Armory Company B. 2d Regt. Infy.
Balem, Oregon, June 24, 1892. J
1. In compliance with orders No. 10,
C. 8., Headquarters 2nd Regiment In
fantry, B. Company will parade at the
Armory on Tuesday, June 27, 18D3, for
muster and inspection, assembly at 8
o'clock p. m. All state and govern
ment property in possession of mem
bers of the company must bo strictly
accounted for and members absent
without leave will subject themselves
to the penalties imposed by the regu
lations. 2. In compliance with paragraph 81,
Regulations, all uniforms of this com
pany will hereafter be kept in the lock
ers in the armory arid members having
tbelr uniforms in their possession will
see tbat they'are immediately returned
to the armory.
6-20-2t I. W. Berry,
2nd Lieut. Comdg, Company.
running sore for t
lam lerentv-senn vein old
and hare had my age renewed
,at least twenty years by the ust
ot s wtit's speanc wyiooi
and lev to bit ' knee was a
and lei to my knee was a
s for two Tears, acd physician said
not be cured. After taking bfteea small
bottles S.S.S. there isnot a sore onmylimhs,and I
tESaKS. YEARS OLD
of your wonderful remedy. Ika P. Btiim,
Palmer, Kansas City.
IS A WONDERFUL
old people. It builds up
the ffeaeral healtou Treat
ion the blood nuul
SWIFT SPCIFIC COMPANY,
Regular Beventh Dy Adventist services at
old Unitarian Hull opposite opera bauso, 8a.
lem. Batur ays. Sunday school at lo a. m.,
followed by Ulblo reading and other services.
FARM FOR SALE.
A BARGAIN lfo acres with ImnroremenU
over half under cultivation, rest pasture and
some good timber. Terms very easy. Ad-
a i ens u. u. njiin,
6-37-lm-dw Wheatland, Or.
rlt HALE. 2 choice lota, 4 blooiti south of
M. E. cburcb, Ba em. Big bargain, or
will trade for span of hones. A DARK,
6-17 01 South Balem.
TTtfANXEL). Single horse and buggy to hire
i ror a lew weeKS. Aaaress "u. mnoi-
flee, giving term.
IJlOR BALE AT A BAItGAlN.-Hntel con
l talnlnr 2o rooms, all furnished. In a izood
town, size ot lot looxlftt feet, price f tooo cash,
balance on easy naimenu. ror particulars
luoulreof PIUL.K. fKETZ. over Columbia
BhoeHtore, llflatateBt. 0-20
TVY OP AND BAVK COSTU-AH persons
X owing me, notes or accounts mat are
overdue, of t5oo or under, please pay up and
save coU. JOliN BAVAOh!, Br.
17OK BALK. A very nicely located lot. with
1 boose, on Mill street south ol Willamette
university For terms and particulars, please
inquire at this omoe. MS-laa
mills I'ArEll 1 kept on file at K. C. Dace's
L Advertising a gency , W and 65 Merchants
Exchange. Ban Kraudaro, California, where
contract for advertising can be made for lu
TTEI.P WANTBD. Agents paid good com
H mission, and tMOOO dividend among
item next winter. Special attractions to be
pushed this year for which we want the ser
vice of best agents everywhere.
itoom 5 1, Chronicle Bbtlding, Ban franclsco.
CURI8T1AN KJIKNCE-Llterature of all
kinds on sale at 8 Liberty street. 4-e-ly
AITKNTION-Oab money paid for raw,
bottles, old iron and all kto& of metals,
.so hides, at old Court Houe.Um.
L TOL1-OLAK. .
K0TICE OF DISSOLUTHW.
VTOTICEWHKRKBV GIVEN, TUATTHK
IN partnership hretofore eiUUng between
j.V.lFawkaaod.C.Levar UlbU day die
solved by mutual oonnt : V. ,U. UifMJttJ
allbllls doe aad pay out standing 5u
against the Arm. dlw.l&l
Wall Street Situation Com
plicated. SILVER ISSUES FLAT IN LONDON,
Sifter Dollars' Decline to 5834
SENATOR DOLPH INTERVIEWED.
Repeal of tho Sherman Law Would
The Silver Crisis.
London, June 27. Stocks closed ir
regular. All allyer issues flat. Silver
question unsettles business and caused
bear selling. Correspondence between
government of India and Indian office
which led up to suspenslon.of free coin
ago of silver by Indian mints la made
public Council in letter written in.
June advises if International monetary
conference at Brussels ails and direot
agreement between Jridla and United
States cannot be attained, mints of .In
dia bo closed to free coinage of silver
and gold standard be introduced. Bar
bour, financial secretary of India, op
posed stoppage of free coinage, until it
becomes evident the United States will
not adopt free coinage.
In New York..
New York, June 27. The situation
In WulfStreet Is further complicated by
latest developments in silver. This
Btarted a renewed liquidation yesterday.
The great majority of Wall Street peo
ple are antl-sllverites. Their interest
lies In repealiug the Sherman law.
Conservative bouses are doing every
thing in their power to limit trading
for reason that leading Arms do not
care to charge clients more than legal
rate of Interest. After reviewing the
situation Wall Street is content to go
slow until congress shows the way Jn
the silver matter, and the money mar
ket returns to something like a normal
Wabhinqton, June 27.-One effect
of action of government of India has
been to renew demand for early session
of congress. Secretary Carlisle received
cablegram from Loudon announcing
further decline in price of stiver to 36 d.
At this price silver dollars are worth
Senator Polph, of Oregon, only Pa
ciflo slope senator in tho city said this
merning: "lam lu favor of maintain
ing all currenoy. on a par with gold, but
it seems to me this action of the Indian
government will diminish Instead of
Increase the prospect of passing the re
peal of the Sherman law by the senate.
I think the eflect will be to make
thoughtful members of congress hesi
tate before they further depreciate
the value of silver by suddonly throw
ing upon the market of the world four
million five-hundred thousand ounces
of silver, equivalent to nearly the
whole American product now pur
chased and In stock by the govern
ment. I do not know tbat anything
better than to repeal the Sherman act
can be done to relieve the situation, but
I am fearful repeal of that act would bo
disastrous to finances of the govern
ment and silver."
The senator further desired to correct
a published statement tbat be wduld
not be present at a special session of
congress. He probably will be a better
supporter of Cleveland's financial
measures than a majority of Democratic
President and Cabinet.
Washington, June 27. Two hours
were consumed by tho president and
bis cabinet today discussing the new
phase of the silver question. Although
the discussion it Is said took a wide
range, It was necessarily brought back
to one Important, unmanageable point,
tbat the executive had no power In the
premises, congress alone being alio to
.deal with measures for relief.
As the president has decided to call
congress together In the early part of
Beptember the project of an earlier ses
sion of congress, it is understood, U
dropped. Bo far as continuances of
purchases of silver and the Sherman
law are concerned, It was pointed
out that little, more than two
months remained before coagrsu
would convene in extra session, and
during the intervening time silver lots
purchased would bo comparatively
small In amount In view of previous
Lob Angeles, Cal., June 27. Tho
Broadway bank opened its doors this
morning. Tho University, First Na
tional and Southern California Nation
al will be opened in a few days. Con
fidence Is reatorednd business ploklng
SUSPENSION OF COINAGE
Of Silver in the Indian Mints How
it is Considered.
Wabhinqton, June 27. The presi
dent, Secretary Carlisle and finanolal
officers of the government generally,
received their first authentic news of
the startling action of the government
of India in suspending silver coinage
through press dispatches. Carlisle im
mediately went to the White House
and for nearly two hours discussed the
bearings of the action with tho presi
dent. The conference was renewed at
the president's suburban retreat later
in the eveniug and protracted far into
Circumstances are regarded as too
serious to permit of any autbentio ex
pression of opinion as to the future
policy of the United States, until all
tho facts are fully digested. This niuob,
however, can bo stated with absolute
confidence; that the aotlon of the In
dian government is regarded by tho
United States as doing away with the
necessity of reconvening the interna
tional money conference, which was to
meet again in Brussels this fall. It is
not believed that this aotlon was taken
without express orders from tho British
government, which has general super
vision and control over Indlau oflairp.
The market price of silver today
reached the lowest point In the history
of that product. On Saturday tho Lon
don price, which guides the director of
the mint In purchases for tho govern
ment was 37 pence or about 81.8 cents
In this country. This morning the
price In London wa 80 pence er about
78 8 cents In New York. Tho cause of
the depression Is assigned by Mr. Pres
ton, the acting director of the mint, as
due to the rumor, which is probably
true, that India, ono of the largest sil
ver consuming countries in the world,
is about to close Its mints against the
Cowboy Race Over.
CincAao, III., June 27. Thecowboy
race was ended today, thn'first man in
was John Berry, riding under protest
of other contestants. Euimott Albright
followed two hours later.
GUlespIo has arrived. He Is said to
be the real winner, having compiled
with all conditions.
A High Honor.
Boston, June 27. General Nelson
A. Miles was elected president of the
Society of the Army of the Potomac.
No Market for Iron or Labor.
Ibupeminq, Mich., June 27. Three
thousand Iron ore miners have been
discharged In this district in the last
thirty days, and 100 more will be laid
off Friday, there being no market for
the ore already mined.
Hops and Crops.
Salem, Or., June 27.
Ban Francisco quotations continue 13
to 10, according to quality.
At Salem nothing las been done,
buyers'4 advising sellers to warehouse
until money Is easier.
St. Louis quotatiens: Prime New
York at 2324o; Paclflo Coast at 22
23c; foreign at 4860o.
Special from Laae OoB&ty.
Euqenk, June 27. The condition in
regard to the coming crop remains the
same. Lice show up In nearly all the
yards. Spraying has commenced in
the Nets yards, tbey are using the Puy.
allup Boiler sprayer and speak highly
of Its work. Some yards lack growth
of vine and unless the weather changes
for the better there will undoubtedly
be some short crops again this season,
The market Is quiet, no transactions of
late. The growers that are holding
their '02s are firm in tbelr belief that
prices will advance before the new crop
Philadelphia, Jubs 27. BJx Chi
namen were arraigned today, charged
with being In the country in violation
of the Geary exol'jslon act of 1802.
For bllllousnsss and headache Sim
mons Liver Regulator Is the best medi
cine the world ever saw. II. H. Jces,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't Report
IMPORTANT PORTLAND NEWS.
Union Pacific Fast Mail Train
MIRACDLODS ESCAPE OF PASSENGERS
Kosulaud, tho Pioneer Wool Mer
U. P. Train Wreck.
Poiitland, June 27. The Union Pa
clflo fast mall train was wrecked this
morning about six miles from this city.
One passenger, C. O. Chase, was killed,
and two others injured. Whou com
ing out of a cut and rounding a curve
at a high rate of speed the train collided
with a cow. The entire train, with the
exception of the rear sleeper was thrown
from tha track. Cars were piled up
and thrown about in suoh a manner
thattohayo escaped with loss of only
ono life seems miraculous. The dead
man was Identified by letters found
upon him. He boarded the train at
Pendleton. Tho engineer aud fireman
were thrown through the cab window
and alighted oa the locomotive unhurt.
All passengers were brought to the
city by relief train. It Is now stated
no one is seriously hurt. Chase, tho
man killed, is supposed to be a tramp.
Portland, Juno 27. The case of
M. Koshland, the pioneer wool mer
chant, under Indictment for issuing
fraudulent- warehouse receipt, was
brought to an end toduy by being
thrown out of court on grouhd of in
dictment lyjing defective.
A Great Link. Wo have just re.
celved the second letter, written by E.
M. Walto from Chicago, but as ho has
now returned, it seems out of place to
publish It. It la dated Juno Oth. Where
It has been delayed wo cannot tell, but
the following In regard to tho Union
Pacific railroad will bear publicatien:
Icanuottoo strongly recommoud the
Union Paclflo to persous going .East
from Oregon. Since I came over the
road oomo se veu years ago great chauges
have taken place, not only in the care
and attention paid to tho passengers
over the line, but in its fine equipment
and gentlemanly and obliging officers.
Whero but a tow years ago was bleak
and barren pralrie,tbrlvlng towns have
sprung up, many branohes have been
built, largely Increasing tho truflloof
this road. From the foot of the Rocky
mountains oa the east to Chicago the
lino runs through a beautiful couutry,
at this tlmo looking llko ono vast gar
den, the whole landscape being one of
interest aud pleasure to tho eye. I
shall roturn over the same line, and
I think on tho "Overland Flyer,"
which makes the distance from Port
land to Chicago In 8 days. This train
Is composed of Pullmau aud Wagnor
cars exclusively, to which Is added of
courso a luxurious dining car, baggage
and express car. To think that this
vast extent of country can be coyored
in so short a space of time, aud tbat
too, amid not only comfort but luxury,
speak volumes for the enterprise aud
excellent management of this popular
Lota uuJ liuslusw.
"Miss Florry," e&ld tho traveler, loan
ing pver tho countor in tho shop, whero
his samples woro spread out for display,
and speaking to tho fair girl behind it in
low, eager, passionate tones, "now that
old Hanks has gono to tho front to wait
on a custoraor I may tell you how I havo
looked forward for tho last 80 days to
ii. timA wnAn t Rinnia niiva ino uniiui-
bms of seeing you again and hearing
irom your own near tips uuit you unv
not forgotten mo, may I not? While I
have been on my dreary rounds from
town to town or passing tho leaden hours
in walling for trains at llttlo railway
stations the thought of your lovely faco
has thrilled me to tho heart's core. Yon
have been to me the beacon light of
kope, the inspiration of every striped
goods like these, Miss Baxter, are worth
tl shillings a dozen. I can't make them
a peany leas," be said In a lutrd, busl
Old Hunks had returned to tue pock
part of tho shop. Tit-Blts.
j , 1 F'.. tir
Bid HOTEL FALLS.
Four Story Brick With One Hundred
FottT Scott, Kansas, June 20. The
Tremont hotel collapsed at balfpast
nlno o'clock this morning without
warding with 100 occupants in it It
Is believed 6 or 0 are burled In the
debris. Tho house was brick, Istorlea
bight The entire east wall fell.followed
by three floors and lower occupants.
Danger of other parts of the building
fulling prevouts a. thorough search for
bodies in tho ruins. There were 27 oc
cupants taken from the second story on
west sido by means of ladders and oth
ers escaped through regular exits. En
sio Colwell and Ida Morgan, just taken
from the. wreck, are badly hurt but not
fatally. The mechanics are at work
strengthening the walls so search can
bo made. It is believed the accident
was caused by addition of a mansard
roof which wan too heavy for the foun
dations. A QUARRELING BISHOP.
Monsignore Satolll Brings Him to
Omaita, Neb., Juno 20. .The. stipu
lations which Monsignore Satolll com
pelled Bishop Bonaoum to sign bring ,
about only u temporary settlement of
tho quarrel between the bishop
and his pries ts The bishop was made
to promise that pending the real trial
ot the long series of charges, which will
come before Archbishop Hennessey,, of
Dubuque, at a dato yet to he set, be
would treat his priests with respect and
woujd appoint to missions Fathers
Crowley, Turgeon, Scbricfle and Conn;
that he would restore two Slaters of the
Visitation to their order, and cease his
threats and annoyance toward the sis
ters of the monastery at Hastings. The
obargeson which tho bishop will be
tried at Dubuque allege tyranny, sus
pension of priests on frivolous charges,
refusing to obey orders from Rome for
tho restoration of priests, collecting
large sums of money which he foolishly
expended, extorting money by threats,
being guilty of falsehood, saying that
six of bis priests were notorious crimin
als, speculating and bad financial man
lor every Dody tp
jl in wBeeri
A temperance drink. .
A home-made drink.
A health-giving drink.
A thirst-ouenchine drink.
I A drink that is popular everywhere.
Delicious, Sparkling:, Effervescent.
)A 5 cent pickig makes J nlloas cf tbUl
dcllclout Ixvetaf c llon'l b dtctlrcd If a dtsltf , I
kind I "Just cood M fajj. No Lmiutioa
m a goou iav gcouw iuam
CONTRACTORS A FLASTERER8.
U, Halom, Oregon.
from U. 1. Dock at 8 o'elook a. m. every Wed
nesday ana Haiurday,
irom the Central ock at foot of Wahllo
street every Unnday andTUarsday.
for Albanr every Monday and Tafay, re
turning same dys, .
Opucoruiusfreffc-nt and paajwiMr MM,
call on tbe agent. - AL KKMMHI,
MAKE NO MORE .MISTAKE?,
CHAKLE8 A. SMITH HUKS
The Hustler M Saw
And be doesn't bam up half yoar wee,
fuel, when be saws It. Haka your enatossM
wltb blm personally or Uave orders sAVsatssss
cigar store Dearbota'e book stor,M Harsisr
street, or (Uru me by mall, S-4-t
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