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SALEM, OBEGON.THimiSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 1893.
W iib'M MUWBJu
GREAT SILVER VICTORY.
House Rules Favor
SUSPENDED DENVER BANKS
All Have Resumed Business Ex
ear i jt
IQXJ.' ia;T :iA.
' ; i .' '.y r r i Jl Uy t to i
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
Qeneral Jrisuranc Agency.
Dnni-nannHniT 4 tan f illrtnrtm
BTATE INSURANCE do;, J '. f !
- Traders' Insurance Co.,. . ' ',
National insurance uo
Iilon Ktre Insurance Co.,
Iiondou a Lancashire Fire Ins. Soc.,
Alliance Assurance vo,
well-known and reliable Companies;
vttina insurance vo..
. Ban Insurance Co.. v.
Westchester Klre Ins. Co.,
Imperial Fire Insurance Co.,
London Assurance Corporation,
jMorwicn union v ire ins.suc.
, t Alliance Assurance uo., , , norwicu uuion rn
West and Leading Firm In the CltyjDevoted Exclusively to Insurance,.
' ' 4 - .- 5
J. W. TflOEHBORG,
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Lobg Experience in the trade
enables me to turn out firBt-olaasiWorfc.tjSamples of coverings. No trouble to
Rive estimates. State Insurance block, Cuemeketa street.
Br). C. Cross,
Wholesale; and Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt ana
Smoked Meats of allKInd
95 Court mid
110 State Streets.
CHURCHILL Piimps, P(imps,P(icRp
s 103 '
BURROUGHS State Street.
F. T. HART,
Silver Men Win.
Washington, Sep. 1. The Bilver
men stole a march on their opponents
in the house yesterday and gained a
victory which makes it impossible for
the gold men to impose on any consid
eration of bimetallic or flnauclal legis
lation that may be reported by the
committee on coinage during the com
ing session. The custom in the house
has been to make the reports for the
committeesappropriations and ways and
means privileged matters at all times
and when the new rules were being
considered today Springer, chairman'
of the committee on banking and cur
rency, suddenly sprung an amendment
extending the same favoritism to the
committee on banking and currenoy.
Kllgoro immediately followed with au
amendment also yielding the same to
the committee on coinage and although
these amendments were sharply op
posed the last was adopted by a vote of
133 to 05 and the rule was adopted by
a vote of nearly two to one. Not until
It was all over did members of the
house generally realize the immense
victory gained by the bimetallisms. "Un
der this rule the committee on coinage
can report the sliver bill at any? time
and force its consideration by the
The bouse, by the adoption of these
amendments, has broken away from
the leadership of the commltte on rules,
presided over by Speaker Crisp, and de
clared that it shall no longer be In the
power of that committee to determine
whether free coinage bills' shall be ao-
cordedconsidecatlon-or whether the at
tention of the house shall be directed
to other legislation. A motion tostrlke
from the proposed rules the clause
which permits the speaker to decide
w tat is a dilatory motion was discussed
a it-netn pro ana con ana w&s nnally
rejected. An amendment was then
offered which put it In the power of
any member who Is in charge o' any
proposition on the floor to propose dot
are at t-ny time that he thinks it ad
visable to do so.
The Genuine Article on
STRIKERS" Si ILL SECTIONS.
Laborers Resisting Reductions
ia Tkoir Pay.
TOWN DBpOYED BY FIRE.
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President Cleveland Well and at
1. 28 deaths from
247 COMMERCIAL STREET.
a i i. rvmm.rniQi fitront hrtdire near Willamette Hotel. New stock and ve-
hii.haim,.wirtinr.nflrj.ntlv. Oulv the best Bervlce rendered. No ebabbj
rigs nor poor horses.
H. L. LAMOUREUX, Proprietor.
Has just received some
latest laces ot ob
if voi i r ii i in ! wiype an(j ja pr0pared to
do better work than ever. Count-y orders receive prompt at
tention. 203 Commercial St., - - Balem. Oregon.
Insurance - Agant,
. . SAIEX, OREGON.
215 Commercial Street
American Fire Insurance Co., Phlla,
Home Jnsarance Co., New York.
Norwlch-ljnlon Ins. Co.. Liverpool.
Palatine Insurance Co,, Manchester.
Western Assurance, Toronto, Canada.
Lancashire, Manchester, Eog.
Home Mutual, San-Francisco, Cal,
OverOHe4MUlloaIollaMJ)9i wltb 8Ute ?rewnm of 0re,m for
-; r ete& of Policy Holders in Oregon only.
All Loum Adjwted and Paid Through Salem Agency on Policies WritUa
'in Mri,'PUe, Yamhill aad Linn Counties.
AUo WriU Life and AisckWat Iaarauc la Beat Companieo In the World.
Denver Banks Besoming.
DENVBR.Sept.l. The State National
bank, the last one of the city's six sus
pended national banks, has opened
Its doors again. The Commercial Na
tional will tvsume in a few days. Of a
flftnre of national banks compelled to
close their doors a few weeks ago, all
uuve resumed save three, and it is said
they will be doing business before the
middle of the month.
cholera have occurred at Delatyn, Aus
trian Gulloia. Tho dlseano is rapidly
Bpreadly. The inhabitants are in a
state of panic. All who aro able are
hurrying from the place. Advices from
Smyrna report a si rnllar stato of affairs
there. ' '
London, Sep.' 1. Seven deaths from
cholera occurred in Naples yesterday.
In sixteen counties of Northorn Hun
gary there are- 183 new cases and 87
deaths reported fdr yesterday. Private
advices from Rotterdam say tho news
as to the real extent of the cholera in
that city is being suppressed.
Cholera in Jersey Oity.
New Yobk. Sept. 1. Dr. Edison, of
the health department, having mado
ii n examination as to the deaths in
New Jersey City, pronounces them
genuine Asiatic cholera.
Shop Hands Strike.
Nashville, Tenu., Sept. 1. Six
hundred Louisville and Nashville shop
hands at Decatur,' Alabama, struck at
midnight. Trainmen are ailll at work.
Sreet Oar Strike.
DuLUTir, Sep. 1. AH street car em
ployes are on a strike against a reduc
tion of twenty per cent in wages. No
cars are moving. The sympathy of
the people Is with the strikers.
Bassil, Ind,, Sep. 1. The men em
ployed on tho Chicago and Indiana
Coal road struck this morning against
a cut of 10 per cent in wnges.
Duino at Work.
The "EuglUhman iu Parla" relate. that
lie one day culled to see the elder Duma
and Inquired of the servant, "la mounltur
"lie is in bis study, monsieur. Monsieur
can go in."
At that moment I heard a loud bunt of
laughter from the Inner apartment, no I
Buid I wpuld wait till monsieur' visitors
"Mousleur has novUItors he is work
ing," replied the servant. "M. Dumas of
ten laughs like that at bis work."
It was true enough. The novelist was
alone, or rather in company with one of his
character. He was simply roaring.
No Bitll In Newfoundland.
Everybody knows that there are no snakes
In Ireland, but very few know that New
foundland is just like Ireland In that re
spect, and there is no record that Newfound
land bad a St. Patrick to drive the snake
off either. There Is plenty of gam in New
foundland, but not a reptile of any kind
snake, toad. frog, llxard or even turtle.
Another queer thing about the province U
that while some wild animals are aDaaaant
there no one ever saw a squirrel, porcaptae,
mouse or lynx anywhere within Its bound
aries. This Is all tho more singular because
the adjoining provinces of Nova Bootlaaad
Cape Breton have all these animals and
many kinds of snakes and other reptiles.'
BU Paul Pioneer Press.
Cy A troublesome skin disease caused
me to scratch for ten months, and was
cured by a lew days' use oil
ill. iiuwfi l" "TTT
Upper nuiw.ro, io.
year ago o
I was cared some
In ujr leg Iy using
symptom ot re
or Whits Bvenisg
an4 bar tad no
turn of tt dls-
llanv croaUocQl iilomiaans aiwoosa
mi and railed, but B. H. B. did U work.
tXVU W. KISXr ATXICK. jmw atj, mm
TicttUt M SW uA Skto vfaM mMUti .
Philadelphia, Sept. 1. While 800
people, composed of Germans, Russians
and Poles were awaiting tbo arrival of
Emma Goldman at Buffalo hall last
evening, where she was booked to
speak, a German named L&Dgdon sud
denly rushed In and sheuted: "Miss
Goldman has been arrested. Arouse!"
In a twinkling the entire audience
made a break for the door, but were
m3t by a squadron of detectives and
policemen, armed with revolvers and
clubs, and were driven back Into the
hall, whero they were quieted by tho
chairman. MUs Goldman was arrested
on a warrant sworn out hy the New
York city authorities Just as she was
entering the ball ou a charge of incit
ing riot there. Otto Llebe, who was
escorting her and who attempted to
pull her away from the detectives, And
Langdoo, who created the scene in the
hall, were also arrested add the trio
lodged in the central station.
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Milton, Sept. 1. Last night the ex
plosion of a lamp lu Wells, Fargo's of
floe at Copperopolls set Are to the build
ing. The flames spread rapidly and
the whole butluei portion of the towa
was destroyed. D-iraa and Insurance
The President Xatanu.
Wabiiinuton, Bept. 1. President
Cleveland and family arrived this
morning. The president Is In excellent
spirits, with eye bright and complexion
clear. He looked vigorous and strong.
After breakfast the president went to
his office and for two hours worked
very bsrd during of accumulated pttb-
lio business. Ho then tookpaitina
cabinet meeting till one o'clock. The
silver question was dieoussed with ref
erence to the chances of repeal by the
senate. Tho president expressed the
belief that his recommendation would
be carried out. Tho president approved
the bill In aid of tbo California mid-
winter international exposition.
Washington, Sept 1. The house
this morning resumed consideration of
the new rules.
Boatner amendment, providing for
cloture, was rejected 00 to 31.
The trouble on the Mexican bolder,
over an attempt of a Mexican officer
to drlvo a ilook of sheep from a tract
of land on tho Rio Grande, claimed by
both Mexicans and oltizons of the
United States, owing to a change in
tno course of tho river, has taken a
serious aspect. It is discovered that
the sheep belong to tho Mexicans, and
removal will be allowed. If it is found
otherwise, the state department will
demand an explanation from Mexico
for Bending an armed force , to make a
seizure on tho United States soil.
Tho senato took up tho houso bill to
repeal the silver purohase clause of the
Sherman aot, with the Voorbeo's bill
as a substitute. Vance, of North Car
olina, one of the minority members of
the finance committee, spoko in oppo
altlon to the bill, and favored frtie
After discussion as to relative parlia
mentary status of the silver repeal bill
and the substitute, unanimous consent
was asked for tho adoption of the sub
stitute, pro forma, and have all amend
ments treated as amendments to the
substitute. Cockrell objected on the
ground that tho house bill was prefer
able to tho substitute. Discussion is
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A Celestial Swings.
San Ravel, Cal., Sept. 1. Lee
Doon, a Chinaman, was banged bore
this morning for tho murder of William
Slcuton In 1800,
Milwaukee, Sept. 1. Judgo Thos.
M. Cooley, of Michigan, was elected
president of the American bar1 associa
No Free Wool Wanted.
Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 1. The State
Wool Growers' association hero has
adopted resolutions protesting against
the removal of the duty on wool.
Hew Bilets Agents.
WABHiNaTON,8ept.l. The president
has Bent to tbo senate the name of Beal
Galther, of Oregon, as Indian agent at
Slletz agenoy, Oregon.
Hop Crops Abroad.
New York, Bept. 1. Hops aro quiet,
steady and unohanged. There are con,
fllcting advices still, regarding tho loss
to the crop In this stato by the recent
storms and mold. Borne correspond
ents reduce the estimates of yield 16 to
20 per cent. Cables report an improve
ment in the English and German
After the Wreck.
Si'KiNaviELD, Mass., Bep. 1. 14 dead
one dying, two missing and nearly
forty injured, is the sum total of the
Chester horror of yesterday as far as
learned. It Is bellved several bodies
are still under the wreck.
Iherlff Galled In.
Newport, Ky, , Sept. 1' The officials
of the Louisville and Nashville railroad
have asked sheriff for protect ion for
the new men to take the places of the
strikers, should the old men go out to
day. Serious trouble is anticipated.
Ofceiera la ftrisBtfey,
London, Sept. 1,Tbe epJdemlo in
Grimsby has been declared officially
Asiatic ckoiers. It Is beUeved it was
brought by IsBtnlgranU from Antwerp
COKVALLIS, Sept. l-gfCtal,
There were married here Mies Ms ry
Mackay of Corvallis, daughter of ex
Sheriff Wra. Mackay of Beat county,
to W. W. Iledmea of Portland.
Both are deaf mutes, educated at
galea and California laeUtUTteM,
New York, Bep. 1. Receivers were
appointed today for the Equltabfe
Mortgage Co., of Missouri, with offlc B
in this city. Capital, $2,000,000.
Port Tampa, Fla., Sept. 1. A man
by tho namo of Newman, checking
clerk on tho pier here, is down with
yellow fever. Ho was taken III Mon
day, and lost night Dr. Prirtcr, - state
health officer, announced tho case as
genuine yellow fever. Tho doctor es
tablished quarantlno around Port Tam
pa piers and Port Tampa city. The
invalid is ou a pier now, The greatest
excitement prevails and oitlzens are
leaving in all sorts of conveyances.
Le-rjiaviLLE, Sept. 1. Tho Chief of
Railway Men's Orders aud the officials
of the LoulBville and Nashville railroad
are still In consultation, having reached
bo agreement, and things look like a
China Against France.
London, Sept. 1. The Standard's
Shanghai correspondent Bays tho Chi
nese government U greatly Incensed at
France's new demand on Slam. The
Siamese envoys aro having frequent in-
terviowB with Li Hung Chang. It Is
reported that firm instructions have
been telegraphed to the Chinese minis
ter at Paris.
Lob Anqeleb, Cal., Bept. 1. The
Ohauenga farmers' association deter
mined to arrest every Chluamou In
Cbauonga valley. The council of labor
will swear out two hundred warrant
on tbo result of tho trlul of tho six
Three-fourths of your ailments arise
from liver troubles whlou Simmons LI
ver Regulator cures.
Since tho Ford's theater disaster u gen
eral feeling of uneasiness heenis to havo
existed among the clerks in tlioalifferont
departments of this city, One day re
cently during a alight storm a window
in the top of the pension building
slammed to and broke the glass, which
came crashing down to the ground be
low. Tho clerks engaged in tko bullV
ing upon hearing tho crash rushed from
theur desks into tho open air. Several of
thorn in describing the scene afterward
said that they thought tho building was
falling, and their first idea was to reach
a place of safety as soon as possible,
Butcher Didn't like that ham?
it was Boino that I cured myself.
Customer Cured yourself I Call that
ham cured? Why, man, it wasn't even
convalescent. Boston Transcript.
One dollar a year will coyer your doc
tor's bill If you tako Simmons Liver
TBI BU8XXD 0OSVALLI8 BAXK
What a Jemrnal JtepresentaUve
Leaned of the State Funds
Cobvallib, Or., Bfp., 1. (Special.)
Another aot In the Corvallis bank
fraud has been entcted. Co', Bryson
has been authorise! to employ an ex
pert to report ou the books aud assets
of the bank. Of course, this le only a
pert of the expensive machinery that
will eat up the assets and lacrosse oonts
of settlement, and further reduce the
chances of the creditors and depositors
getting very nauch. Of course, the ex
pert will minimise aeeeta aud the real,
ly valuable property of the bank will
go for little or nothing, If it Is uot bid
In by friends of the former owners.
Enersaoue bills for experts, attorneys,
aselguise, eta., will leave depoekore,
who wese at Wt told there w sesete
enough to pay the 100 ots. est Use dollar
but a sHght chaace for recovering any
thlag. It seems as though the state
would eotoe out whole. It (e to the
Interest of the bank WAsaears
to have the state appear m "a pre
ferred creditor and thus pay a claim
out of tho assets that would have to be
mado up by the friends and families of
Hamilton, Job k Co., to save them
from going to the penitentiary, wheie
they would go In almost any state but
A Journal representative was sent
tq learn all he could of tho situation at
Corvallis. He found aprosperous eitV
and people really all well to do except
for the failure of Hamilton, Job & Co.
A great many depositors wore dis
tressed by losses of money, soma' of
thorn taking their money there the day
before the bank failed and when its
owners must have known It was I a
THE NEW TREASURER. J
Dr. J. M. Applewhite, of Corrallis,
was appointed treasurer, July 17th, to
All vacancy caused by the death of A.
R. Shipley. There were no funds In his
predecessor's bands to turn over, all
having been kept by him with Hamil
ton, Job A Co., who suspended July
10th. They had on hand at that bank
$18,000 of state mosey when they
closed. The treasurer bas'Slnee taklnsr
office received from state-treasurer bal
ance on Interest fund '$lJSJIfi:. from gov
ernment appropriation; $19,500; from
station appropriation, "f,750.
He has received state1 warrants on ap
propriations made by the legislature
for furnlshtflg the buildings of 16,600
but this cannot be paid as there are no
slate funds, ' ,
The hank le In the bauds of Judge
Brysoo, a Corvallis lawyer, who has al
ways been tho attorney for the bank.
Ho organized an advisory board and
estimated tbo assets and liabilities, and
there bo stops short. Tbey bad depos
its of nearly $200,000 and thereto talk
of paying GO cents on tho dollar, though
that Is a high figure If property la sold
at a forced sale on a close money
market, as Is likely to prevail for six
months or more. The bank real estate
was put in at a very low valuation, but
will not bring what It is valued at.
The bank building Is put In at $10,000.
It rented for $186 a month.
WHAT HAS BEEN DONE.
Judge John Burnett of Corvallis Is
associate counsel for the state, with
Judge Boise of Balem, of the board of
regents. On August 0th Dr. Apple
white was instructed to demand the
sum duo the state, $18,000, of Mr.
Job, who had been absent from the
city for three weeks before that on a
hunting expedition. He said he bad
no money. This was a preliminary
step to beginning an action and with
out doubt the state can win a suit and
possibly get in as a preferred creditor.
A state law says a person using public
money without right shall be deemed
guilty of felony. This is In the Code
of Oregob and applies to such cases.
While the state might win its suit
against the bauk, unless It oan be mado
to appear that there was a larceny and
and that the bankers will be sent ever
the road lo the penitentiary, the state
can get no more than other creditors or
The present treasurer depostte with
tne First National bank of Corvallis, a
solid institution. He gives $40,000
bonds, no bankers being on the new
bond, Job & Co. were on Shipley's
bond. The money had better have
been left in the state treasury and
draws out aa wanted. That i the
way the state University1 haadesit
state fuuuV. It k the opinion at Cor
vallis that Shipley's bondeaiea eaunot
bo held unless It can be shown tbet he
did uot exercise due diligence In Inquir
ing Into the standing of the beak,
were Hamilton, Job fc Co., Dr, Ikrrar,
Thos. Graham, Jss. Taylor, wfcw aside
from the bauk would soaks a bond good
the Shipley estate le worth twtoeUwi
state loss. The state eowld take aJtn
at once on a erisnlsal ehassje. be suutt
term of court le aot uoHl Noeeabr,
$10,090 of the $18,00 was put in the
bask a week befeee the bakeeeeedaad
wbeu moseyed me almost knew It
was mhs to oolkpse, It dees ai satja
as though the state owfct te asm Uss
iqoaey or the Interest oa H h ttaiv
it Is tied up