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HAIiEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 8ia.
DAILY EDI I ION.
Is tint the way you Jbave been buying your goods 1 We
have tried it for a.y.ear and-a:halfin(TOu;v businesswandrit has
proved a decided success.
WE BUY AND SELL
Try this same method for yourself once. Buy from a cash
store. Save the usual per centage added for bad accounts at a
credit store, and you will be happily surprised at the result.
The New York Racket
Offers you genuine bargains in BOOTS and SHOES, HATS,
SHIRTS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, TABLE LIN
ENS, LACE CURTAINS, COUNTERPANES, and a
general line of notions.
Bring your cash and get full value for it.
E. t. barne:
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency.
Representing the following -well-known and'rellable Cempanies:
feTATE INSURANCE CO., Etna Insurance Co.,
Traders' Insu-nnce O., Bun insurance Co..
National Insuraooe Co.t Wemonester Klre Ins. Co.,
JLlon Klre Insurance Co., Imperial Fire Insurance Co.,
Iiondou Lancashire Fire Ins. Boo., London ssuranoe t'orporatlon.
Alliance Assurance Co., Norwich Union Fire Ins.djc.
Oldest and Leading Firm in tne City Devoted Exclusively to Insurance,
I W. TflORNBORG,
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long "Experience in the trade
enables me to turn out first-class work Samples of coverings. No trouble to
give estimates. State Insurance block,
F. T. HART,
247 COMMERCIAL STBEET.
At the Commercial street bridge near Willamette Hotel. New'Btock and ve
hicles being edded constantly. Only the best Brvloe rendppd. No shabby
rigs uor poor boreeB. H. L. LAMOUREUX, Proprietor.
303 Commercial 8t.,
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Ileal Ktate. fn amount! and
Umetotnlu .No delay In cooUdertDg loan.
FEAR & FORD,
Poop !?, teak feloefc. 6U-
FOR CASH ONLY.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer iii Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats of allKiuds
95 Court tind
110 State Streets,
Book and job
Reasonable V rices.
Proprietor of the
GERMAN :-; MARKET
Soutlj Crwuneteial Hi., Blm.
AH kind frti,tMJls-fl Smoked MtaU
Failure of Solid Bank
THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE
Has Over a M'llion and a Half
TIED UP IN A SUSPENDED BANK.
MORE LABOR TROUBLES IN KANSK
Eleven Companies of Militia Or
dered Ont to Quell the
Big Wisconsin Bank.
Milwaukee, July 25, The Wiscon
sin Fire and Marine Insurance Bank
closed its doors this morning.
Worse and Worse.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 25, 3 p. m
The Wisconsin Marine and flro insur
ance company batik failure is worse and
worse. People had become imbued
with the idea that this old bank was
the Gibraltar of finance and could not
credit the report that it is closed. Cash
ier Murphy says the bank has ben
subjected to a heavy strain, and the end
was Inevitable, but that the bank is not
insolvent and only time Is needed to
meet every liability.
Washington Becker is appointed re
ceiver. The city of Milwaukee has a
million six-hundred thousand dollars In
the bank, and will probtbly have- tem
porarily to suspend payment.
Adlal at Portland.
PobtiiAND, July 25. Vice Pres'dent
Stevenson and party arrived here at
7:20 this morning. Owing to the early
hour and the fact that the party would
remain here all day the crowd at the
depot to meet the vice president was
not very large. The train was greeted
with a B.ilute of nineteen guns as it
pulled into the depot
Carriages ware in waiting for the par
ty who were at once riven to the Ho
tel Portland whore breakfast was bad.
At nine o'clock the party were driven
ovdr the city.
At nom, the vice president reviewed
the procession, composed of the police
and fire departments, Grand Army
posts, First Regimental National
Guard and troops E Fourth United
States Cavalry. Mayor Mason then
delivered an address of welcome, to
which the vice president fittingly re-
spsndei. This afternoon the party
will visit the const defense vessel, Mon-ter-y.
Kansas Labor Trouble.
Toi'EKA, July 25. Eleven compan
ies of militia have been ordered lu read-
luess to start for the scene of the min
ers' trouble). The situation is critical.
Louisville, Ky., July 2-5. Mer
chants National bank suspended.
Bt. Louis, July 25. Ripley and
Bronson, iron merchants assigned this
morning. Liabilities, $160,000, assets
probably about the same.
Indianapolis, July 25 Indianapo
lis National falls, considered oue of the
strongest banks in the city and was
design ited depository of U. S. At
eleven a high run la being made ou the
Another Factory Closed.
Sandusky, O., July 25,-be G. II.
IJodgman Manufacturing Co., manu
facturers of cooperage and bridge tim
ber, and wholesale dealers lu umber,
has gone Into bands of a receiver.
In "Old Kaintuck."
LouisVlLLR, Ky., July 2.f. The
Louisville deposit bank failed.
Loui8Viu.ri, Ky., July 2.5. The
Fourth National bank has pusponed.
Indianapolis, July 25. Indlanap
oils' National Hank and Bank of Com
ruerco failed to open their doors this
., .. Mlaing Trouble.
Weib CiTY Kin., July 25. Over
500 negroes have arrived, and are quar
tered in the stockade. All are armed
and being drilled.
Destitate In Denver.
Denvek, July 25 A meeting is be
ing held here to devise meana for tak
ing care of the destitute who number
Cleveland, July 2o- World's fair
excursion train dn the Baltimore and
Ohio road was wrecked near Akron
this morning. It is reported many are
seriously injured but uui e killed out
right. In all 21 persons seriously hurt,
three fatally. The accident was due
to defective ties on a sharp curve.
San Fbancisco, July 25. A largo
ship, apparently Inbound, Is reported
to be drifting towards t ho shore, off
Point Reyes. Owing to the dense fog
bcr name can not bo ascertained. Two'
tugs have gone to her rescue.
Heat and Crops.
St. Paul, July . Five days of
hottest weather known inNoithwest
in 10 years has seriously dauuged the
wheat crop. Farmers figure on only
a 40 to 60 per cent crop. The situation
in North Dakota is worse than in Min
nesota. Estimates of crop run as low
as twenty-dve million bushels. The
avarage yield is hardly above eight
bushels per- acre. The potato crop is
also being ruined by drouth.
Chicago, Ills., July 25. Parkuart fe
Wilkinson, iron merchants, assigned,
assets a million dollars; liabilities not
Judge Stoin, in the state circuit court
Issued a rule against the officials and
directors of the fair to show clause why
they should not ba attached for con
tempt In disobeying his Injunction to
keep the exposition open Bundayc
Hearing is set for Thursday.
There is more catarrh In this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be Incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
uounced It a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by constant
ly falling tocure with loo.il treatment,
pronounced it incurable. 'Science has
proven catarrh to bo a constitutional
disease, and therefore requires consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Chene:
& Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is the only censt:
tutlonal cure on the market. It is
taken internally In doses from JO drops
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They oiler ono hundred dol
lars -for any case it fails to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials. Ad.
dress, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O,
Jgffirrjold by druggists, 75c.
Bishop Wm. Dillon started yesterday
on his return to Dayton. Ohio, and will
return to Salem about October and be
come a resident. He Is blebop of the
Oregon, Washington and California
district of the United Brethren denom
ination. Elder H. L.Baro!ay,of Wood
burn, accompanied him, golug to Chi
cago for a week and then to his old
Supt. Anson, of the Electric works,
Is home from Portland.
Editor Flagg, of the Democrat, is 111
Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Collins and chil
dren and ttherlll' and Mrs, John Knight
will leave f r the mouth of Blub creek,
Tillamook county, tomorrow, to camp
there for a few weeks.
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!cldo for all (brauc
flo lor all ocrMce-
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vlitr ones bubo.
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uul&oMWboluvo tried It. WrHaurtaok
To Women," nU4fr. Soli(lqr4rawtie,
THE WAR IN SIAM.
Diplomats and Newspapers are
RFD HOT BATTLES IN DISPATCOES.
Sorious Tone and Threats of Brit
The Slam Controversy.
London, July 25. A dlspatoh to the
Chronicle from Paris says: "The tenor
of the French ultimatum to Slam
leaves no doubt as to France's inten
tion. She would prefer not to receive
the money down from Siam. Thp al
ternative of becoming a tax gatherer in
the coveted districts of Angkora and
Battambang is far more to her taste."
The Times publishes an editorial
whloh It Is thought expresses the gen
eral English opinion of the Franco
Slemeso dispute. In commenting ou
Slam's answer to tho French ultima
tum, the Times says: "Slam's refusal
to go beyond the just and reasonable
limits or to oonoede territory to which
France never put in an effective claim
until tho other day, is no excuse for thl
measure of hostility ostensibly directed
against the Siamese, but really striking
at the commerce of England and othci
countries having commercial relation
Tho papers generally comment in a
belllgerant strain on thp French pro
ceedings in Slam, They declare tbej
are really aimed nt Great Britain, and
must be severely cheoked.
Bangkok, July 25. M. Pavle,
French minister resident, has lowered
the flag over bis office and has notified
the Siamese government that be will
leave the city to go aboard tho French
warship Inconstante on Wednesday.
He has requested the government to
provldo pilots to conduct Lutlu and
Comte down tho river. French sub
jects la Bangkok -will tw placed under
the protection of the Dutch consul.
Paris, July 25. Liberie newspaper
says that France will seize and hold
Battambang and Angkora as guaran
tees that her demand will be satisfied.
Temps says the-beginning-of the block
ado will be deferred until Thursday or
Friday to enable Franco to take the
steps prescribed by international law.
Besides the blookade military opera
tions will be opened shortly.
London, July 25. The Franco
Siamese complications Is the absorbing
topic in the lobbies of the commons to
day. The situation Is regarded with
apprehension by all parties and regret
Is expressed that the British war-ship
In Siamese waters were not reinforced
a month ago as Brltich interests In Slam
outnumber the French a hundred to
one. This afternoon a counoll of min
isters was held.
Paris, July 25. Yesterday's an
nouncement that France bad notified
the powers of Its intention to block
ade the coast of Slam was pre
mature. Notice Is not yet sent. A con
ference between tho foreign office and
British ambassador on tho Siamese
question will be held tomorrow.
Battles in Papers.
London, July 25. The London
morning papers again have long edito
rials on tho Siamese affair, in lino with
those of yesterday. The Standard
boldly says the terms Franco is trying
to itnposo on Slam are indefensible In
any court of international morality,
It Is Lord Rosebery's duty, It adds, to
tell France plainly that she Is pledged
to respect the Independence of this
The St. James Gazette: One thought
conveyed by Blam's reply to the French
ultimatum Is that she has suffered
enough humiliation for a small power
that has been unfortunate enough to
get In the way of a big oue, but France
has gone forth to grab and extort her
desires at the cannon's mouth. We
can endure the pillage of Slam to the
18th parallel of latitude, but the pillage
or Slam, China and Burnaah to the 23d
parallel Is ft different matter. We are
afraid Lord Rosebery must lot tho gov
ernment at Bangkok and Paris know
this Is going a trifle too far. Such a
check in the present temper of the
French may have serious results.
Position of airman.
Beklin, July V. Tageblatt says
Germany would be pleased should
France's overreaching plrlt cause serl
oous complications In Asia. Nor wou'd
the German government be disturbed.
It adds, If tWe present trouble should
result la acute rivalry la Eastern Asia
between FfMoe snd Great Britain.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Asked England's Protection.
Rome, July 25. Italy hasaBked End-
land to proteot Italian subjoots in Slam.
Sbarpe'a dairy serves no sand, gravel
or fish pure Jersey milk.
Postmaster Gllbort and Col. A. 1.
Wagner, are at Portland to help wel
come the vlco president.
A rattlesnake 3J feet long was killed
by Walt Holman lu Polk county the
Delegations of farmers and working
men to wait upon the vice prosldont and
thank Cleveland, Stephenson &Co., for
the awfully good times that have come
about sluco their election wore cousp'o
uousiy absent during bis tour of Ore
gen. And thero Is some cause for their
Sampson Jones is at Newport.
Thero is a chance for n first-class ex
plosion at the big Standard Oil tank In
Capital Park. It is leaking. The
found Is saturated with oil all around
ajula match dropped there carolcwslj
will cause a boom.
The Southern Pacific bus put ou a
jut-rnte round trip tloket to Porlldud
and Oregon City of S3 58 and S3 08
A million and a half gallons of water
200 feet above the city Is what Salem
Mlsa AlloeStelner returned from Sofa
Geo. W. McBrlde, secretary of state,
Is expected to return this evening.
It -would-seem as though the road
supervisor of tho district, containing
the approach to the Polk county end of
the big bridge, wore the mnn to go after
to repair it.
Rev. Watklns, who was to lecture at
the. Congregational church this week,
has rolurned to Port'aud. Ho could
get no hearers.
Ban Fbanoiboo, July 25. Wheat
Ciiioaqo, July 25. Wheat 03J; Sep
Portland, July 25. Wheat valley,
7JQS1.10, Walla Walla .02J.
An American In England.
It is amusing to watch an Ameri
can during his first visit to England,
especially if bo has any business "to
put through. " Ilis tremendous scorn
for tliis "offeto nation" is monument
al. Ho is all impatience IIo swears
every Englishman is lazy. Ho is in
dignant bocauso no Londoner can bo
found at his office before 10 in tho
morning and not many boforo 11.
Ho is all impatience. Ho kicks
against tho snails. As a result ho
either dofeata his mission and re
turns homo a sadder but not u much
wiser man, or ho sees his folly and
changes his tactics.
For doallng with Americans tho
English buvo one lnvariublo rulo.
Thoy pursue a Fabian policy. Thoy
let tho Americans wait. In tho end
tho Englishman usually gots tho let
ter of tho bargain. At any rato ho
rarely gets tho worso part of it,
Tho Ainorican is not accustomod to
wait. Whon forced to a long delay,
ho usually becomes restive, and then
ho shows his weak points. This at
least is tho Englishman's theory, and
longpractico has confirmed him in
tho use of it, London Cor. Boston
A Description of Klpllug.
Ono of Rudyard Kipling's Brattlo
boro nolghbors deecriboa him, witli
tho fairness but tho frankness of an
indignant Now England woman, in
thoso plain terms s "When I read his
scathing coinmenbi upon our Amer
ican ways and words, I always think
to myself, That's pretty well for a
young man whoso porwonal habits
aroso very far from pleasing or tidy.'
But in conversation hndoi-s not .of
fend in any such way us in print lie
saves all that for tho Anglicans, who
wont it. Really ho is genial and
egTftOttblo acquaintance, though nt
Unit sight one would bet him down
for well, I think a tramp is about
ut high in tho social scalo as Mr. Kij
Uk's upjcuranco would warrant ono
in placing him," Now York Time.
Colonel H. A. Dunont has been elected
president of the Wilmington and North
Tho transatlantic steamship lines are
trying once moro to control tho immi
grant trafllo west of Chicago.
George H. Graves has been appointed
superintendent of tho Indianapolis, De
catur and Western road to succeed L. A.
For n third time the proposition to re
establish tho railroad commission in
Florida has been beforo tho state legis
lature and has been defeated.
A. A. McLeod, ox-president of tho
Reading railroad, has bought Herbert P.
Bissell's houso at Buffalo and has de
cided to make his homo in that city.
Now York oxpects less blockade and
quicker transit on Broadway because of
tho cablo cars which hava commenced
running on that congested thoroughfare
Tho Clearfiold and Mahoning, a branch
of tho Buffalo. Rochester and Pittsburg,
has been opened from Dubois through
to Clearfield, 2 miles through some of J
tho best coal lands in the btato.
Tho Pennsylvania company had a to
tal income lust year of $3,817,801, and
not $1,229,071, out of which a 4 per cent
dividond was paid and $380,074 carried
to surplus. Tho old board of directors
Tho Pennsylvania makes an extra
charge, of $3 on tho Columbian express
leaving Now York at 0 a. in. for Chi
cago, and $1 .50 from Philadelphia to Chi
cago. No extra faro charged to Intor
modiato points. Tho Chicago limited
express is run in two sections, and tho
Columbian oxpress in three or four sec
tions. STAGE GLINTS.
Jean and Edward do Reszko are now
in Warsaw, Poland, their natiyo city.
Charles Frohman has arranged with
Charles Wyndham for a tonr of America
season after next.
Charles II. Hoy t will not turn his pret
ty country placo at Charlcstown, N. H.,
into tho Flora Walsh homo for old ac
tresses. M. Maotorllnck, who has been styled
by his friends tho Belgian Shakespeare,
has just had a now play, "Pelllas ot
Melisande," produced at tho Bouffos Pa
risions. Augnstin Daly will open his new the
ater near Leicester squaro, London,
Juno 20, with "Tho Taming of tho
Shrow," On Juno 27 "Tho Hunchback"
will be given, and on Jnly 11, "Love In
Liszt is charged by Ehrlich, tho Ger
man writer, with having deliberately
stolen themes which tho abbo used in
his "Second Hungarian Rhapsody" from
a piano forto sonuta that Ehrlich wrote
in 18-10 and gavo to Liszt for examina
tion. Richard Mansfield Is reported to buvo
bought lund in southern California.
Other professional people having ranches
in southern .California aro Helena Mod
joska, Fanny Davouport, Alexander Sal
vinl, William M. WUklsou, Nellie Mc
Henry and Albert Bmiiing.
Doctor proscribed i Castorla
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