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rtALEM, OREGON, 310KDAY, JULY 17, 1893.
THE NEW YORK RACKET
Is run on a well established plan of business. Buying for cash from headquarters; selling for
cash only, they enable the customer to get his goods at the very lowest retail prices. Our
profits are small, which has resulted in giving us an exceptionally large trade. If we sell you
for $2.10 a fine dono-ola shoe that usually retails for $2.50, we have saved you 40c. with which
other articles may be purchased. If for 5c you can buy a paper of the best bras pins usually
sold at 10c, and all other articles in the same proportion, you can easily see that it will be
greatly to your advantage to trade with us. We can save you money on boots, shoes, hats,
shirts, window blinds, table linens, towels, laces, embroideries, ribbons, pants, overalls, hosiery,
underwear, and notions.
Give Us a Call.
E. T. barne:
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency.
Representing tke following well-known and reliable Cempanies:
BTATE INSURANCE G Mtna. Insurance Co.,
Traders' InsurancaCo., Hun Insurance Co..
National Insurance Co., Westchester Klre Ins. ;Co.,
Liion H Ire Insurance Co., Imperial Klre Insurance Co.,
London A Lancashire Fire Ins. Soc., London sjurance l orporation,
Alliance Assurance Co., , Norwich Union Fire Ins-Soo.
Oldest aud Leading Firm lit the City Bevoted Exclusively to Insurance,
J, W. TftORNBORG,
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade
enables me to turn out first-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
Rive estimates. State Insurance block, Chemeketa street.
CHURCHILL1 Spraying OMfifs,
BURROUGHS State Street.
F. T. HART
?47 COMMERCIAL STREET.
riKB-iior poor hotste. H. L-JMOUltbllA. ropnetor.
803 Commercial 81.,
From Terminal or Interior Points the
Ii the line to take
To all Points East and South.
It is thedlning car route. Itrnm throng ti
vestibule train, every day In tbe year to
ST. PADL AND CDICAGO
(No change of can.)
Composed of dining can muurpaased,
Pullman drawing room deepen
Of late t equipment
liest that can be constructed and In which
accommodation are both treei ind lor
ulihed for holder of lint and seoond-clas
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Acontinnors line oonnertlnr with all
lines. aCordlDg direct and uninterrupted
MtuUroan all" T lone can be m
cured In advt any agent of
tbaroad. m ,, ,,.
Through tickeu to and from all polul
In America, England and Europe can be
purchased at any ticket otnee of thU com-
Kuli InformaUon concerning, rate, time
of train .route and other detail furotihed
on &?tllcuUon to any agent or
A. D. CHARLTON, m
AuUtant General PaMeiu.-ar AxenCNo.
1M Klrat street, oar. Waahlagton; forto
Northern Pacific Railroad
Wholesale and Retail
Denier in Fresh, Salt aud
Smoke I Meats of all Kinds
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
Book and Job
falem, Oreg n.
The Yaquina Route,
OREGON PACIFIC 11 11
And Oregon Development company' tm
hip line. 225 mile shorter. W bpun ess
tlmetnan by any other route, Knt class
through , paSsenger and freight line from
Portland and afl lolnls In the Willamette
valley to and from tan Krancisco.
T1MB SCHEDULE, (Except Sunday.)
Lv Albanyl:00 pmlLv corvaili--.!- p m
Ar Yaaulna&)p m Lv Yaqulna6.a m
Lv ourvalil. I(ka5 am Ar Albany U:10a m
O. A O. train connect at Albany and Cor.
T The above train connect at Xa(uln,!'lib
the Oregon Development Co.' line of steam
er between Yaquina and Han Francisco.
N. U Passenger from Portland and all
Willamette valley points can make close con
nection with tbe train or the Yaquina Kouu
at Albany or OorvalUa and If declined ta Han
Kranclsoo, should arrange to arrive at Yaquina
the evening ben ire dateof sailing.
Passenger and Freight Kate alwar tn
lowest For information apply to Messrs.
HULMANACo.. freight and Tlcl.et AgenU
'JOU and 303 Front street. FortUnd. Or., or
a O. UOQVa. ACt Uen'l FU Fa. AgU
Or. Faclflo B. K. Oo . Oorva'lls, Or.
C. II. HABWKLL, Jr., Om'l Freight and
1'ass. Agt. Ore Development Co.,
MM Montgomery t
Fresh and Bait meat of the; best qua'lty.
Foultry and stock. Free delivery.
The Elite Butler.
In Boston's swell circles there is a
family whoso butler has given to it a
unique position. Michael had not
been in Boston very long before ho
becamed imbued with tho classic
learning of tho "Hub," and ho inline
diately put the learning to use. Mrs.
Marblehall was to givo a recoprion,
and of course Michael stood at the
door. One by one tho guests came
in, and Michael announced the names
very distinctly. But at last Mr. Foofe
and his two daughters came in. Tho
butler looked at the guests and hesi
tated. He rubbed his hands against
his forehead and mustered courage
to speak before the crowded guests,
and in a sepulchral voice ho cried,
'Mr. Foote and the Misses Feetl"
flan Francisco Argonaut
'People Who Barely Wink.
There are people who rarely wink.
How they manage to get along with
out doing so is a marvel, but somo
how or other they do. Some eyes
are naturally more moist than others,
and the very moist eye does pot so
much need, tho assistance of tho lids
to keep the eyeball bright It is a
constitutional matter, for winking,
though under the control of the will,
is done so quickly that it is practi
cally an involuntary action. Men
wink when they feel that tho eyo is
uncomfortably dry, and when it does
not become dry tho necessity for
winking is not felt. Exchange.
Lowering the Thermometer.
An usher at Centenary church at
Greenesboro, N. C, got a little frus
trated one Sunday night recently,
but ho did tho best thing that ho
could under tho circumstances. The
room was excessively warm, and ho
tried his level best to lower a window
from the top, but he failed. Then he
took down the thermometer and car
ried it out of doors. Everybody
cooled off at once. Atlanta Consti
tution. A Word to a Princes.
The infanta gave tho waiters at her
Washington hotel $200 in tips. In view
of this fact, wo take the liberty of giving
the princess a tip that tho tendency of
her liberality is townrd demoralization
jnd that with a littlo plebeian Yankeo
jhrewdiiess she could have secured re
sults just as satisfactory with a $20 noto.
Detroit l' ren Press.
A very popular trimming for dress
skirts for general afternoon wear is rib
bon a inches wide, gathered twice
through, tho conter to form a littlo puff.
ThreO rows of this trimming are set on
about three-eighths of a yard apart
Tho gathered or plaited rucbo is still a
very popular dress trimming. It is put
on the skirt as a single row or goes
round it from hem to knee in crescenflo
ot diminuendo fashion according to the
stylo of tho skirt or tho fancy of the
Dives is never an example, because
nobody considers himself really rich.
Out of ten men nine are born to-work
for tho tentlt. Resolve to be the tenth.
Tho best way to make a man honest is
to make him ashamed of being found
Everybody says that gentle birth is an
accident, and everybody treats it as an
Unfailing In ellects, always reliable,
pure and harmless, Is Simmons Liver
I AM SO HAPPY!
T7V-,fA vrtM nf a vtrf ttlood tfOUblc,
It hag also caused my hair to grow out
again, as it had been falling out by the
handful After trying many physicians
In vain, I am so happy to find a cure la
S. S. S. O. H. Elbekt, Galveston, Tex.
trlt U entirely vegetable and bsrmltw.
TmtlM on Blood and Skin nailed free.
thWt H-WWW CV-i 4Untl, 04.
Mowed in the Ranks ofi
KANSAS CITY AND DENVER.
Their Financial Institutions
Suspended and Failed.
EASTERN BAMS REFUSE AID
Because ol the Big Free Silver
A UNION PACIFIC BOYCOTT.
Declared Against tho Great
Kansas City, July 17. The Mls
siurl Natiouat bunk suspeuded pay
ment just before noon.
Comptroller currency took possession
of tbe Missouri National bank at noon
No. statement It has a paid up capital
of a quarter millloD.
Kansas City, Mo., July 17. Tbe
Grand Aventio bank, a private Institu
tion, suspended this morning. Assets
two hundred thousand, liabilities one
hundred and forty thousand.
A Bunch of Savers.
Denver, July 17. People's Savings
bank, Rocky Mountain Dime and Dol
lar and Colorado Havings bank did not
open their doors this morning. Assets
of People's, f 1,500,000, liublHtles,$l,350,
000. President Lawrence says failure
will In uo way alTeot People's National.
President Lawrence of people's, says
the bank had about completed arrange
ments .for temporary relief from East
ern banks, but doings of silver conven
tion here caused them to withdraw all
Toi'i:iCA, July 17. State Bank Ex
aminer Briedentual says Hood and
Klncalds bank at Pieasauton failed.
No statements. Had eighty thousand
capital stock. He has Information of a
number of other bank failures but re
fuses to make namoa public till he gets
possession of them.
U. P. Boycott.
St. Paul, July 17. The passenger
department of the Union Pacific has
4eut out circulars to local oftlcea in this
city declaring a boycott against the
Gieat Northern iu so fur as recognition
of its tickets Ih concerned. Tbe Union
Pacific requests alt concerning lines to
dishonor tickets of the Great Northern
bearing Its name. The Great Northern
will retaliate in a similar manner by re
fusing to honor any Uulon I'aclflo tick
Gos Against Grover.
Chicago, July 17. By a unanimous
vote the National Commission In
definitely postponed action in the
Wulte Webster contest for seat In com
mission from New Mexico,
By this action Mr, White, who was
removed by the Governor of New Mex
ico and his removal confirmed by Pres
ident Cleveland, will retain his seat
Latest fros Kew York.
NbwYouk, July 17, Further ad
vance la sterling exchange to $4.83 and
M 85 and additional bank failures at
Kansas City weakened stocks after mid
day aud on selllntc prices, In a number
of Instances, touched lowest price since
current downward movement set In.
Market left oft quite steady.
NkwYokk, July 17, The Duplex
street railway track company Incorpor
ated In West Virginia failed. Liabili
Pohtland, July 17. Tho United
States grand Jury before adjourning re
turned a number of indlctmonts. Ae
tho parties indicted bavo notyctbeon
arrested their names and oRenscfl are
not made public. It ia known that
William Dunbar and Nat. Blum are
Jointly Indicted for Illegally landing
Chinamen. Indictment contains ten
counts. Moro arrests are expected this
Lotan aud Deputies Arrested. '
Portland, July 17. James Lotan,
ex-collector of customs, and R. Q. Pad
dock, night Inspector during Lotan's
administration, wore arrested this af
ternoon by federal authorities. Both
men have been Indicted for
conspiring to land Chinamnn on
fraudulent certificates and to smuggle
opium, Lotan Immediately furnished
a two thousand dollar bond ana was re
leased. Itls-statod that other arrests
will be made this afternoon. Later, O.
B. Cardwell, who was third deputy col
lector under Lotan was arrested on sim
ilar charge. It Is stated that Indlot
ments have-been returned against six
teen other people.
Chicago, July 17. Work of clearing
away the debris from ruins of the cold
storage warehouBo will require another
week. Meantlmo tno stench from de
cayed meats and vegetables, and popsl.
bly human corpses, is tho most rank,
despite liberal disinfectants. The fund
for the benefit of the sufferers and fam
ilies of tbe dead Dromon now amounts
to one hundred and thirty thousand
dollars and is not yet complete.
Notwithstanding it was advertised
far and wide that tho proceeds of yes
terday's ticket sales at the world's fair
were to be donated to the families of
the firemen who lost their lives In tbe
awful fire of last Monday, tho attend
ance was unusually small. The total
admissions, according to the estimate
of the bureau of admission, will scarce
ly reach 35,000, and when it was an
nounced as tbe last open Sunday of the
fair, in tho oyea of some officials, at
least, tbe day was pronounced a failure.
Less than 1000 peoplo gathered In tbe
festival ball to participate in tbe me
morial services. The Rev. Dr. Mercer
preached the sermon.
' Shot Dead.
Chioacio. Ills., July 17. Joseph
Mldoc, of LittU Hock, Ark., was
fumbling about in Louis Dillon's room
at 4 this morning. Dillon waking,
suddenly drew a revolver and shot
Boutk Bend, Ind., July 17. Rev.
Thomas F. Walsh, president of Notro
Dame University, died this morning.
Wabhinoton, D. C July 17.
Comptroller of currenoy has been in
formed the First National bank of
Cedartown, Ga., closed Its doors.
Pink Blui-iy Ark., July 17. John
Cotton, a young negro was lynched at
Comerevllle for attempting rape on a
Bruce vs. German Savings Society et
a1 affirmed; Ht, David's church ys.
Frank Wood, affirmed; Upton vs.
Hume, reversed, and a new trial
ordered; Cooper vs. Phlpps, samo order;
Johnson vs. Wadswortu, affirmed; No-
land vs. Bull, afTlrraed; Ueekraan vs.
Hamlin, former opinion adhered to;
Dear vs, Frost, dismissed; application
to have Soldiers' Home case advanced
on calender denied; argument will be
beard at October term.
Han Francisco, July 10. Wheat
Chicago, July 10. Wheat 065 Sep
Portland, July 10. Wheat valley,
7 j U0, Walla WalUn fl.00 1.0.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U, S Gov't Report
1 V s&s&m lOWvlvF
. OBSTRUCTIVE UNIONISTS.
How They Propose to Defeat the
Home Rule Bill.
WAITING FOR GLADSTONE'S DEATH.
Other Important Items or Old
London, July 17. The home-rule
bill will be got through the houae of
commons on or about August 21. Un
der ordinary circumstances a fortnight
more would wind up tho business of
the session. Tho game of the unionists
Is, however, to protract the session, des
pite the beat and exhaustion, for weeks
after tbo house of lords shall huve re
jected the bill. They luteud to accom
plish their purpose by means of endless
meetings and divisions on tbo flnauciul
votes. Thoy hope to reduce tho gov
ernment majority to the minimum and
eventually to drive tho ministry to a
premature dissolution by tliolr pro
longed brawling and bullying. The
mutiny of tho Parnollltes under John
Redmond against tho financial propos
alB will probably bo subdued. The
means, as usual, will be oonaoaalons
from the government The Parnell
Ites will smother tbolr opposition
to the clauses In question In
consideration of Mr. Gladstone promts
Islng to appoint a commission on the
relations of Ireland to Great Britain.
In' tho two series of divisions taken un
der tbe closure resolution on tho borne
rule bill, Mr. Gladstone has been a
figure of patbetlo interest. He has re
mained at his post despite his painful
weariness through both evenings, aud
has trudged fullhfully into the lobby
every tloio a clause was voted on. Lust
Tnursday evening, iu tho crowded
liberal lobby, ho began talking with
his nearest neighbor concerning tho
success of tho government After a few
remarks he asked this neighbor for bis
name. The member repllud: "John
Burns, sir." Mr. Gladstone grasped
the celebrated labor agitator as be suld
"My sight Is fulling. Very often
only the contour of tho person and the
tone of his voice enables me to recog
The conversation turned on thestrulu
to which the session subjected tbe
members, and Mr. Burns remarked:
"Hard work makes work, but at tbe
same time makes one lovo it." "So I
have felt," Mr. Gladstone uuswered,
"and may you live muny years to put
that principle In practice. Wo both
have been hard workers." The conver
sation was overheard by several mem
bers near Mr. Gladstone, and has boon
repeated In the tone of pathos which
now characterizes so many of the liber
als' utterances concerning their uged
Bkkun , July 17. Eastern afiulrs are
again exciting anxiety In the German
foreign ofllco. Reports from. St. Peters
burg state the Russlau squadron Is going
to Toulon and thence to tho Levant,
when the French (lout already there
will be reluforced. Tho khedhlvo of
Egypt, on a visit to tbo sultuu of Tur
key, will urge tho latter to use his suze
rain rights to send a contingent of
Turkish troops to Culro, Members of
the diplomatic circle here bluiio tho
English policy In Egypt, which per
mits tbo khedlve to openly operate
An antl-Bemltlo publisher, Hoeppuor,
Is about to Issue a book, entitled "Die
Judlscho Waltherrschaft uud das Ren
ter Bureau," tracing tho career of the
Reuter Telegram Compauy aud Its con
nection with the Woltr news bureau,
with a view to proving that these two
news-gathering concerns are linked to
gether with the object of furthering
the Jewish aim to control the world,
Tbe author of the book argues that the
Berlin office ot tbe Iteuter Telegram
Company la a source of danger to Ger
many aud ought to le cloaed by tho
Simmons Liver Regulator always
cures and prevents ludlgestloii or dyspepsia.
ODD3 AND ENDS.
Tho Now Anio aqueduct at Rome was
03 miles long.
It is said that disinterestedness is not
a mountain virtue.
When talking, give each syllable its
proper value or length.
This Is tho centennial year of Proies
tant missionary work in India.
No one can breatho a greater height
than seven miles from tho earth.
A chronic borrower Is a person whom
oil sooner or later learn to avoid.
Peoplo Bomotimos make tho most noiso
in church when thoy are sound asleep.
Tho root of tho brlor Is tho only wood
which does not burn when exposed to
Removo greaso from garments by
sponging with ono tablospoonful of salt
to four of alcohol.
Tho smallest baby nt birth was born at
Bucksport, Mo. When S3 hours old, it
woighed but 20 ounces.
Tho French chamber has recently ap
propriated $500,000 to bo expended in
planting tho mountains with trees.
During tho complicated process of
manufacturing stamps they aro counted
11 times in ordor to gnard against pll
Tho biiimuu Rcctl'j only in one small
spot on thu earth tho Andaman Islands.
Everywhere else it must bo raised from
Curly rebukes and shames of a light
quality li.ive ft equently prevented, at a
later date, heavy agonies of chagrin and
Wbat'a the use of feeling languid,
Mopy, dull and blue?
" Clean e the blood und give It viger:
Make tbe old mau new.
UowT I'll tell you. IV tnp dr
41uy amedoltftflJo , j-w
All your III away-irut
And that medicine Is Dr. Plerco's Gold
eu Medical Discovery, the very beet
blood-purlfidr on earth. It builds up
uud strengthens thu system because it
cleanses'tbe blood, and that's what the
system must huve to be strong and
healthy. There's nothing that equals
It. Absolutely sold on trial I Your
money back, If it doesn't benefit or cure
Iu bulk, all good shipping varieties
ofcherrlfs In tbe Willamette valley.
Oreuon Fruit & Produce Co,, Salem.
A. O. U. W. EXCURSION.
By the steumer Elwood to Portland
July 18th. Leaving Salem at 0 a. m.
sharp, and arriving at Portland at 1 p.
m., giving tho afternoon for business
and pleusure iu tho city, and an oppor
tunity to attend the reception at the A,
O. U. W. hull in tbe oyenlng. Return
tbo following morning or any other
regular trip Luck. Fare, round trip,
$1.00. Tickets on sale at Clough's of
fice, R. R. Ryan's or tbo wharf.
It. R. Rvan, Com.
Au W. Hkhen, Agent.
To Builders and Oontractors.
Salkm, Or,, July 12. Sealed propos
als will be received at the ofilce of the
secretary of state for tbe erection of an
uddltlou to tho State Reform School
building. Bids to bo opened at 12
o'clock tn., oil Wednesday, July 20th,
1603. Plans and specifications can be
seen at tbo office of AlcNally to Knigh
ton, architects, Salem, Oregon, begin
ulng Tuesday, July 18th. Bidders will
ba required to accompany their bids
with a certified cheek of $250.00 asevl.
dtneoof good fulth. The right la re
served to reject any and all bids.
G. W, MoBhidk.
E. B. MoEutoV,
7-12-td Board of Trustees
from a vessel of
tin, glass or gold;
trood for this young
or the old aa
w tr im .
I" I $Lm t2ff&
m. m. ',
A delicious, neon;
fyhig beverage, A
temperance drink for
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