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HALKM, OllJfiUON. SATURDAY, JULY 1G, 1893.
With the high prices you are paying for your Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Furnish
ing Goods, Etc., Etc. If not call at the
Where you get-the best bargains for the least money.
. GOODS Bought for CASH and sold for CASH -
can be, and are sold for a smaller margin thau goods sold on time. Be sure and get our
J. W. THOMAS, 297 Com'l, St., SALEM,
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency.
Representing the following well-known, and reliable Cempanies:
HTATK INSURANCE 0 "., JEtua Iusuranco Co.,
Trader' Insurance Co., Hun Insurance Co..
National Insurance Co., Westchester Klre Ins. Co.,
Lion Klro Insurance Co.. Imnerlal Fire Insurance Co..
London A Lancashire Fire Ins.
Alliance Assurance Co.,
Oldest and Leading Firm In the (J)ty
J: W. TJiORNBDRG
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade
enables me to turn out first-clas9 work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
nive estimates. State Insurance block, Cbetneketa street.
jtBtth Choice Meats.
CHURCHILL! Spraying Offlflb,
F. T. HART,
247 COMMERCIAL STREET.
At th Commercial street bridge near Willamette Hotel. New stock and ve
hicles being added constantly, Only the best rY' 'endured. Iso shabby
rigs nor poor horstP. H. I LAMOUREUX, Proprietor.
803 Commercial St.,
iiiw'i.11 - - - - - -
Froa Terminal or Interior Points. the.
la the line to take
To all Points East and South.
It It the dining car route. It runs throng b
vestibule trains, every day lu the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
(No change of cars.)
Composed of dining cars unsurpassed,
Pullman drawing room sleepers
Of latest eqnfpiiK-pt
Best that can be constructed and In which
accommodations are both lree and lur
nlsbed tor holder of first and second-class
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Acontlnuors lima concerting with ail
lines. aOordlng direct tuad uninterrupted
tollman sl( f " Ions can be se
cured lu adv ' - any agent Dt
Through tickets to and from all points
In America, England and Europe can be
purchased at any ticket office of this com
pany. Full Information coneerntnr rates, time
of tratna,route andoUter details furnished
on TDllcation to any axent or
A. D. CHARLTON.
Assistant Central Passenger Agent. Wo,
Ul Vint atrtt, oor. Waahlntoa; hart-
Y00 SATISFIED ?
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Norwich Union Fire Ins.Soo.
Devoted Exclusively to Insurance,
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer. In Fresh, Salt and
Sninkcil Meats of all Kinds
OS Court and
110 State Streets,
The Yaquina Route.
And Oregon Development company's ileam.
ship line. 225 miles shorter. SO hours ess
time than by any other route, Klrst class
through passenger and lrelght line from
Portland una ail joints in the WlllamelU
valley to and fromlan Francisco.
T1MK SCHEDULE, (Except Sunday.)
Lv Albauy 1:00 pmlLv Oorvallls 1:40 P m
Ar YaQulnafcS0 p m Lv YaquluaB:lS a m
Lv Corvallls. I0tf$ am Ar Albany U:10a m
O. & O. trains connect at Albany and Cor
vallls. The above trains connect at Yaquina with
the Urr con Development Co.'s Hue of steam
ers between Yaquina and Ban Francisco.
N. .Passengers from Portland and all
Willamette valley points can make close con
nection with the trains of the Yaquina Ilonte
at Albany or Oorvallls and If destined to Han
Francisco, should arrange to arrive at Yaquina
the evening' before date of aalllDsr.
Passenger and Freight Hate always the
lowest For Information apply to Messrs.
I1ULMAN A Co- Freight and Ticket Agent
300 ana an rroni street, rojusnu. ut., or
O. C. IllKiUE, Ao't Uea'l Ft. Pass. Agt,
Or. PacJOo II. it Co . Oorvallls, Or.
C. II. HABWKLL, Jr., Oen'l Freight and
Pass. Agt. Ore. Development Oo.,
801 Montgomery HI
Fresh and Bait' meat of thel beat quality.
Poultry and stock. Free delivery,
ViorortiA, B. C, July 15. The oae
of Rev. A. R. Reams, the California
preacher who abducted a girl, comes up
In the supreme court todny. the defense
having appealed from the judgment of
Justice Drakes ordering him extra
Pemberville, O., July 15. Wlllnm
Conk, a section foreman, went homo
drunk. He went to the bed whero hie
four children were Bleeping, and made
a murderous assault upon them with a
mattock handle. He.picked one of the
children up uud dashed him against
the wall and celling, inflicting injuries
that will prove fatal. Two or more of
theohildren will die. The ontiro vil
lage ia up in arms. There is strong
talk of lynching.
Detroit, Mich., July 15. Dr.
Henry C. Meyer,tho alleged wholesale
poisoner, remains In a, cell at the police
headquarters, awaiting the arrival of
officers from New York, and the issue
of papers surrendering him to the Em
pire state authorities. The doctor
maintains a stolid silence regarding
himself, denying having lived in New
York or having lived under the various
ullases claimed for him. He was
positively indeutifled this morning,
however, by Dr. Robertson, assistant
general superindcut of PInkertou's
National Detective Agency, of Chicago.
Dr Meyer was brought from the cell
Into Superintendent Starkweather's
office, where Robertson called him by
name. Tho doctor however, strenuous
ly deuyeil ever haying seen Robertson
before. The police also found a
Chicago health certificate, made out to
Henry C. W. Mayer, among the
doctor's belongings. Mr. Robertson
run across Dr. Raulph, who was secre
tary of the board of health at tho time
the certificate was issued at one of
hotels here, and bo indentied the
doctor's signature and also tho doctor
himself. Mrs. Meyer who was taken
to Harpers' hospitable last Wednesday
night, gave birth to a son last night.
The doctor showed no feeling when
iufomied that he was a father, Mrs,
Meyer will remuln at the hospital under
guttrd until hIio recovers sufficiently to
be taken to New York.
Run Over by a Street Oar.
EmiKNE, July 16 Ora Wood, a 16-
j ear old boy, fell under the wheels of
i street cur and bud the fitfcby part of
his right leg terribly crushed, although
no bouts were broken. He dropped
off the front platform, expecting to get
on again at the rear, but fell under the
Berlin, July 15. The Army bill
passed the Reichstag this afternoon,
by a n ajorlty of 10 votes.
The young people of the Congrega
tional church will give an excursion to
Portland and return Tuesday, July 18,
on Steamer Hoag to see warship Mon
terey Round trip $1.00 tickets ou sale
at Patton Bros. Boat ieavea wharf at
0 a. ru.( returning some day. 7-15 td
If used by Wive
about toexirt nee
the painful onteal
an infallible stif
le for, ana ouuatrs
'the tortures of oon
the danger thereof
to both mother and
SeU Vl ill aVotfUu.
"i J s&'JiivZ'Zfr
tA? WW IH9VIAT9R W-i a.TUt,a.
A HNANGUL CYCLONE.
Sweeping up Millions
of Trash. fc
BUSTED SIX B. AIL. ASSOCIATIONS
Doing a $3,600,000 Busi
ness on a
FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOLLAIkBQND.
Big Iron Syndicate at Ncgaunee
OLDEST BANKING HOUSE AT PEORIA FAILS.
British Iron Clod Inilexiblo Or
dered to' Alexandria Im
mediately. St. Louis, Mo., July 15".- The stock
holders of six building and loan assoc
ciatlons, known as Wtstern'Union No.
1 to 0, with a capital of $600,000 each,
are alarmed. It baa. been discovered
that M. T. Bogard, secretary of all of
them, and one of the largest real estate
dealers in the city has given warranty
deeds of all his property to a money
loaner who exacts high rates and hoB
departed. Stockholders have taken
possession of his books but they are so
complicated it ia impossible tp unravel
them for a long time, His bond is only
NEqAUNEB, Mich., July 16. The
Sohleslnger syndicate, largest 'single
irgn ore producers, in "the world sup
posed to represent millions of Gorman
otpital, Is In trouble. Property hub
b. -en attached at instance of Northwest
ern railroad Co., and local creditors.
Syndicate owes a large sum for labor.
B jlieved the company will pull through
Uig Private Bank.
Peobia, III., July 15.Tho private
banking bouse of Wrn. Oberhouser
dosed its doors this afternoon, It Is
one of the oldest Institutions In the city
und has always been regarded as unus
ually substantial. No statement is
made. The most exulted kind of a
crowd is standing around the. bank.
Ordered to Egypt.
Yaletta, Malta, July 16, The
British battleship Inflexible. has been
ordprtd to proceed immediately to
Alexandria, Egypt. The reason Jor
tills hurried order U unknown, but it lB
rumored that it U owiu to disturb
ances that have broken out lu Alex
andria. Tho Kansas Banks.
Kansas City, Mo., July 16. The
Northrup bank of Kausu City, Kan.,
of which J. S. Chick, president of the
National bank of Kansas City, which
failed yesterday, is also president, closed
its doors this morning. A run began
on the National bank of ooromorco tbiv
morning. Officiate ay It will be able
to stand a long run, which however
they do not expect.
The Northrup bank company closed
its doors as a result of a run consequent
on closing the doors of the National
bauk of Kansas City. The bank has a
capital of a hundred thousand. Lia
bilities (315,000. It ia believed deposit
on ultimately will be paid la full.
Failure of the National bank of Kan
sas City atso precipitated a run on
every National bank lu the city. All
met every demand promptly and by
noon excitement was practically oyer.
The Havings bank Is uot affected.
Fire at Fresno.
Fresno, July 15. A fire broke out
in the Fresno Fourlng Mills, at 8 a. m.
The mills and the west warehouse area
total low of about $1 00,000 j Insurance
unknown. Buckeye storei and other
buildings opposite are destroyed,
Tho Kanaka Islands.
San Francisco, July 15. Associate
Press letter of date, Honolulu, July
7th contain follo'wlng advice: Celebra
tion of Fourth of Juiyjcapturoof 0out
of 28 lepers In valley of Kalalau island
of Kauai; Inst full and clear report of
Hawaiian finances by Minister Damon,
and holding for trial of two out of
three conspirators. These aro tho fore
most happenings here since last mall up
Names of conspirators held ore T. B.
Walker1 and A. Sinclair. E. C. Crick
was discharged. Fo further arrests
will bo mado at present. Royalists
claim arrests have not affected tho ex
queen'n cause but the- general opinion
is that they hayo broken the back of
the opposition to the government.
The government is quietly awaiting
some word from tho United States
which will give a definite idea of what
Cleveland's Intention Is. President
Dole said this morning that in tho case
United States refuses to do anything,
that England was the only available
source for aid. A protectorate would
be considered only as a last resort.
Deaths From Sunstroke.
Chicago, July 15. Tho Bouton
Foundry .Company made an assign
ment today. Assets $175,000; liablli.
ties $200,000. Six deaths from sun
stroke in this city yesterday, and a
dozen seriously. Thero are cases of
prostration. Two deaths from sun
stroke so far today.
Portland, Or., July 15. Tho coast
defenco vessel Monterey arrived hero at
11 n. m. today. The reception commit
tee headed by the mayor of the City
met tho. vessel at the mouth of the Wil
lamette and esoorted her to tho city.
Anchorage was made just above the
PoitTiiAND, July 15. William Dun.
bar was arrested today on the charge of
smuggling opium. Ho was released on
five thousand dollar bond.
The College Treasurer Dies.
Cobvallis, Or., July 15. A. R.
Shipley, a pioneer of 1852, died at 4:30
p. m. yosterday at his residence, on
College Hill, of heart failure, after an
Illness of several weeks.
Portland, July 16. The Customs
Inspectors Selzod forty cans of un
stamped opium on the Steamer Dan
ube tins afternoon. It was found In
(he tool room.
WORLD'S FAIR CLOSED SUNDAYS
It Doesn't Fay, Tou Know, So We
Will Be Moral Business
Ciuoauo, July 16, The world's fair
Is to bo closed ou Sundays after July
10th. The admissions of next Sunday
havo already been donated for the re
lief of the families of the firemen who
lost their lives lu tho recent II ro ou tho
grounds, and but for this faot tho fair
would probably havo been closed next
Sunday. The votooftho local directory
rescinding Its former action was over
whelmingly in favor of closing, stand
ing twonty four to four.
When tho meeting of directors was
called late yesterday afternoon an ad
dress strongly advocating Sunday clos
ing and signed by most of the leading
Chicago clergymen was read. After
several speeches were made In favor of
closing, resolutions were adopted set
ting forth the fact that the actlou open
ing the fair was taken in response to
urgent appeal from persons and or
ganizations representing a large major
ity of the public, as well as from stock
holders of corporations, and also In ac
cord with resolutions adopted by the
city council of Chicago. It now ap
pearing by the actual admissions that
the general public does not by Us at
tendance manifest a dealro that tho ex
position bo kept open each day, (and
If the exposition Is kept open Sundry
it will require the attendance of more
than 10,000 laboring men and women,
employes of the exposition and others)
and It further appearing that the num
ber of laboring men and women whose
services would be required to keep the
exposition open on Sunday U dispro
portionate to the number or visitors, all
previous resolutions of opening on Bun-
day are reminded, to take eiiect on and
after the tqth Instant,.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't Report
FRANCE AND SUM AT WAR.
Russian Fleet to bo Ordered to
REVOLUTION IN SAN SALVADOR.
Intimation That Our Country
Will Win tho Bchring
France and Siam at War.
Washington, July 15. The only
official news of the trouble between the
French and tho Blamese reoeived at tho
state department was contained in a
brief cablegram from Acting Consul
General Boyd at Bangkok, stating that
after an hour's engagement the French
vessels passed tho forts below Bangkok.
It Is not tho present intentions of the
department to especially dispatch an
American war vessel to the scone of
tho hostilities, in view of the faot that
American interests in Slam are insig
nificant. Nevertheless It Is expected
that If the war assumes formidable pro
portions the Siamese may make It very
unpleasant for tho foreign residonts, In
cluding tho few Americans there. If
such a state of affairs Is brought about,
however, tho United States will not bo
without a vessel in Siameso waters as
the steamship Concord, now on her
way to China, will be In the neighbor
hood in tho oour3(?of two months.
There aro about twonty missionaries
ln Slam, mostly Presbyterians, and
their friends iutiils country havo be
come concerned about their welfare,
uow that actual hostilities have broken
out between tho French and Siamese,
Rev. Dr Glllesplo of New York, rep
resenting tho Presbyterian mission
board, today telegraphed Secretary
Gresham to inqulro what provision
would bo made for tho safely of miss
ionaries and the numorous children In
tbelr charge. Secretary Gresham re
plied: "I am informed by tho secretary
of tho navy that there Is not ut present
on the Aslatlo station any vessel capa
able of entering Siamese waters. Mis
sionaries should communicate with the
legation at Bangkok for tho usual
diplomatic protection. "
New Yonic, July 16, Tho Times
says; "It was learned from high Rus
sian authority yesterday that the Rus
sian government decided to maintain
a permanent fleet of warsbipslulJntled
States waters and tho port of Now York
will bo mado Russia's western uaval
center. It was announced yesterday
that representatives of tho Russian gov
ernment had mado overtures to tho
Erie dry docks establishment to under
take the care and overhauling of all
warships maintained by Russia lu
American waters. Tho opinion was
ventured In naval circles last ovonlng
that, in view of the likelihood of the
Bohrlug sea case going against Great
Britain and the luto announcement
tbut England was reinforcing her naval
force at Eaqulmalt, the proposed action
of Russia Is of great Importuuco (o the
Revolution In San Salvador.
Panama, July 16. Advices havo
.been received hero of u revolutionary
uprising In the capital of the neighbor
ing republic) of San Salvador. A batta
lion of the government forces, com
manded by Colonel Florcs, mutinied
and proclaimed u revolution. Its
avpwed purpoao was to avenge Mened
ez and drive tbo assassins from power.
Tbo revolutionists endeavored to get
the army corps to Join them, but the
latter remained loyal to the govern
ment. With the artillery under Gun.
Ezeta a battle was fought, In which the
revolutionists were defeated after a
short fight. Then the rebels capi
tulated. In too engagement Colonel
Florcs was killed. His principal lieu.
tenants were captured and throwu In
prlsou, whore they will remuln awult
mg court martial. Beuor Pedot was ar.
rested later and he U also Imprisoned.
I Many civilians have also been lmpllcat-
ed In the conspiracy. Official reports
have been promulgated by the govern
ment, denying that any revolution Is
now in progress or that there was any
outbreak, and that further declaring
everything is now quiet. Ezeta bos es
tablished a censorship on any news re
lating to tbo outbreak, and no direct
advices aro obtainable.
Tho Bangkok Affair.
Pakib, July 15. A semi-official note
published to day explains tbo Bangkok
France, learning that England and
other uailous wero sending war vessels
to Bangkok, notified tho Siamese gov
ernment July 8ih of its inteutlou to
increase the French naval force at tho
mouth of Melnam river, whero only
tho gunboat Lutin altorded protection
to French residents. In accordanco
with the treaty of 1850 French men- of
war havo tho right to enter Melnam
river and anchor oil Panknam,but must
give tho Siamese government notice to
arrange for anchorages In case of Inten
tion to ascend tho river to Bangkok.
As, however no other thau British ves
sels entered Melnam river, Siam having
objected to the presence of moro than
one foreign vesaol, Franco, whilo re
serving her formil treaty rights, In
structed Rear Admiral Humann not to
cross tho bar of Melnam river and
notified the Siamese .government ac
cordingly. Tho order was received too
lato by Humann and the gunboats as
oouded to Bangkok.
Plaguo of Crickets.
OitAUA, Neb., July 15. Tho crops of
tho West are threatened by tho Inva
sions of an army of crickets, of tho
oryllus. They are now lu Wyoming
near Casper, and are moving rapidly
eastward, devouring potato fields in au
incredible short tlmo, They aro mostly
together in solid ranks three-fourths
of u mile deep and aro making a loud
noise which may bo heard distinctly
for miles. They will, at their present
rate, nrlvo in Nebraska In timo to har
vest the sweet corn crop. Tho wholo
country is alarmed at their ravages.
Washington, July 15. It was
learned at tho pension office that 2,500
pcxsloueru havo been suspended up to
date under Secretary Hoko Smith's re
cent ruling. Tho suspensions aro not
confined to any particular locality but
are well distributed throughout tho
country. No pensioner has yet been
dropped under tho decision for reason
that the sixty days allowed pensioners
in which to make proof of disability
have uot yot elapsed.
DOWN GO TnE RATESl
The Union Puclfia now leads with re
duced rutes to easteru points, and their
through cur arrangements, magnific
ently equipped Pullman and Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair cur and
fust time, make It the best time to trav
el. Two trains leave from Portland
dully at 8:45 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Tho
rates are now within roach of all, and
everybody should take advantage of
thorn to visit tho world's fair aud their
friends lu tho east Send for rutes and
schedules of trains, and do not purchase
tickets until after consulting Bolso &
Burker, ugonts, Salem, Or.
W. II. Hurlbukt,
Ass't Gen'I Robs. Agout, U. P..
In bulk, all nood shinning varieties
of cherries lu tho Willumette valley.
Oregon Fruit & Produce Co,, Salem.
lustfe, outside, and alt Uto wa UMMtifb,
by drlnklu- - -
This srWkt Temperance drink; .
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