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"THE PEOPLE'S PAPEB."
8AJDEM, OREGON, FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1893.
"TO-DAY'S NEWS TO-DAY."
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And people will be made
- And when you find how little money it takes to buy a"
Suit of Clothes, a Pair of Shoes, or a Dress for the Family
You will surely smile, and say:
"WHAT POOLS WE MORTALS BE"
That we have not always traded with
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Books that are worthy of the patronage and praise of the Government Of
ficials of the State of Oregon, and the greater portion of the mercbantile men
of the State, are surely deserving of a trial by everyone.
Manufactured In Oregon ONLY by The Meston-Dygert Book Mfg. Co.,
THE CAPITAL CITY BINDERY.
Binders to the State of Oregon, Printers
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency.
Representing tke following well-known and reliable Cempanies:
HTATE INSURANCE CO., Mlua. Insurance Co.,
Traders' Insurance Co., Bon insurance Co..
National Insurance Co., Westchester fire Ins. Ca. .
Lion fire Insurance Co., Imperial Fire IosunuiosOs.,
London Lancashire Fire Ins. 8oc., London Assurance Corporation,
Alliance Assurance Co., Norwich Union Fire Ias.Sce.
Oldest and Leading Firm lit the City Devoted Exclusively to Insuranoe, '-
I W. TflORHBORS,
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, Cbemektta street
CHURCHILL1 Spraying Oiiffils,
BURROUGHS State Street.
F. T. HART,
Bates, $2.50 to $6.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland aal 8sm
Francisco. Klrst-claaa in all Its appointments.
It tables are served with the
Urown la the Willamette VUley.
A, I. WAGNER. Prop.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES.
CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS
The Rustler Wood Saw
And be doesn't bum up half your wood, la
fuel, when be laws it. Wake your oontracto
with him personally orlfave orders at Vealabs
clear store. Dearborn's book store,4M Bummer
street, or address me by saalL 0-11 tl
CONTRACTORS 4 PLASTERER?.
Lssworden atCoUie-lWkkurrt Weekeom
U, Waiem, ornoa.
Farm ffcr Hale r Trade.
Oa easy terms, fear miles east rf Habumtty,
(MTaatw wtH ttaaunr prepen
happy, but in the meantime if
call around at the
and Lithographers, Salem, Oregon.
Wholesale ami Retail
Dealer In Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats of allKinds
98 Court and
110 State Streets,
The undersigned will sell at the Bargeant
l-odelnr HoDse in Opera House block, July
15, 18KI. Any one having; baegsge there la re
quested to get same before sale.
0-19-3 WM. BABGEANT
On easy terms and cheap. A SO acre orchard
on Banc Hide No. one. Smiles south
MMt-dw JOHN HAHT.
ItaTe bad M years eqepe rlence tralnlns fer
track or carriage. Terms reasonable, Can be
(bund at Westaoott'a stable, or address flaUem.
-lm JAMKU KLNO.
Proprietor of the
GERMAN x. MARKET
South Commercial St., sUkss.
AH kind Fresh, oalt and Ssaoked Meat
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
NOTICE 14 HEREBY GIVEN, THATTHE
partnership heretofore exUtlnt; belwewi
c. W.liawksaod P.C utw Is Ibis day die
wived by mutual conint i r C. fcevar ret
SfbUk due sua fay oat sf ajeajm
be Celebratec at
you wish to cure the Blues,
Is a Latin phrase that literally means'
-Again ana iiiain," uennuuK repei'non.
Wain aud aeala (we cannot reneat It too
much) we want to imnresa von with thri
OS STATE 8TBBKT.
OarryTthe largest assortment ol Novels,
By the Wonderful Musical Prodigies,
THE BEASEY CHILDREN
Tkarsday aid Friday Ereihgg,
Jane 22d aid 23d. '
Popular Prices, 25 cent and 60ceuta.
Beats on sale at Fatton's.
PAY UP AND HAVE COSTS.-AU persons
owing- me. aotes or- accounts that are
overdue, of Woo or under, pleane pay up and
save cosu. . juu bavaqk, ht.
rpOK HALE. A very nicely located lot. with
J? house, on Mill street south ol Willamette
university. For terms and particulars, please
inquire at this office. 6-w-lm
Er.H WANTED.-ArenU paid afood com
mission, and 13000 dividend amons-
em next winter. SDeclal attractions 10 be
pushed this year for which wa want the ser
vice of best areata everywhere.
THE CURTIS rUBLIUHINO CO.,
Room , Chronicle Bblldinr, Han Francisco.
mil IS PAPER la keptou file at E. O. Dace's
r Aavenisina Agency, m ana eo ssercnaais
Exchange. Ban Francisco, California, where
contract for ad vertUlnf can be made fer It.
CHRISTIAN PU1ENCE Literature of aU
kinds on sale at 33 Liberty street. 4-6-ly
ATTENTION. Gash money paid for rats,
buttles. old Iron and all kinds of metals.
a so hides, at old Court House, Haiem.
i-w-iy i. jvuruuiin.
DETECTIVE AND'COLLECHNG BUREAU
OA.'L.rttA, ... Oregon
Private work a specialty.
0. 11. CLEMENT, Maaafer.
. ONC PILL FOR A DOSC.
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British ; Battleship Sinks off
GOES SOWN WITH 400 MEN.
Sir George Tyron, K. C. B. Vico-
AoMiral Lost 21 Oniccra
London, f June 23. A frightful ca
lamlty baa bifalleu the British battle
ship Vlotoria) flagship of the Mediter
ranean squadron, and hundreds of lives
have been ioat.-' The Victoria, which
flow the flag of Vice-Admiral Bir
George Tryou; K. C. B, was run into
off Tripoli by) the British battleship
Camperdownjv, also belonging to Medi
terranean BqMdron, and under com
mand of Cant. Charles Johnstone. The
Victoria had an enormous hole in her
side in which the water poured in tor
rents. Before those on board could cast
loose their small boats she went to the
bottom, carrying down with her near
ly all on board? Borne of the officers
and crew managed to get out of suction
caused by the sinking vessel and were
Among those lost are Vice-Admiral
Tyron. First reports of disaster stated
about 200 men had been drowned but
later dispatches show the loss of life far
greater, not less, than four hundred.
The Admiralty received a telegram from
Tripoli, Byria, under date of today as
follews: "While, maneuvering off Tri
poli this, afternoon the Victoria and
Camperdown collided. Victoria sank
lu 16 minutes. In ,18 fathoms of water.
She lies bottom pppermost. Twenty
one officers drowned. Two hundred
and flfty-flve men saved." The injury
to the Camperdown is not yet fully as
certained, but it is serious and will
necessitate her going on dook for re
The vessel carried 600 officers aud
men, 107 mariners.
Latest Financial Hews.
Ban Bernardino, June 23. The
first national bank of San Bernardino,
which has withstood a run for the last
five days, is compelled to close Its doors
London, June 23. It is rumored the
Herschell committee proposes to close
the Iudlan mints conditioned on the
repeal of the Sherman act.
Niaqara Falls, N. Y., June 23.
The Cataract bank, largest in the city,
has fulled unexpectedly, owing to in
ability to get expected aid. It has $70,
000 of deposits and is believed notable
Chicago, Juue 23. Fried man n k
Frledmann. wholesale clothing, failed.
Assets and liabilities (02,000 each.
Washington, D. C. June23. Comp
troller Eckles has ordered Bank Ex
aminer Cleary to take charge of the
Whatcom, Wash., bank.
Minneapolis, June 23. The state
bauk of Minneapolis, one hundred
thousand capittl, (00,000 surplus, closed
its doors this morning. Average depos
Bkrlin, June 23. Socialists In Lu
beck and Jauer, angered ut the non-success
of (heir candidates in the late elec
tion, attacked the publio buildings and
bouses of oftlclals with stones, doing a
good deal of damage. It became nec
essary to call out the military, A large
number of rioters were arretted.
Screens on Sunday.
Chicaoi), June 23. The Methodists
will not wlthdruw their exhibit from
the World's fair. After three hours of
dlbcu&bloi) this i vcnlng the committee
decided to cover up all exhibits of the
church on .Sundays. All members of
the church are asked to do the same
with their Individual exhibit.
Two Killed, Two iBJture.
Pk hbo rrr. Arizona, June 28. A seri
ous Are occurred here waiting In tbe
death of James W. Hitt f-nriayoung
wowsb known as Vlo;a isrooks. J. H.
Bishop, a wealthy tbeop mmb sad m
wosaaa Raised Joule Jstsrtfa lassiysd
THEBia FOUR FOUND.
Quick Work by "The Journal" -Other
News From Lane Oo.
Eugene, Or., June 23. Special to
Journal The Big Four are adver
tised to perform at Springfield Batur
Henry Falling of Portland has been
elected president of the board of regents
of the State University.
Prior B. Blair, an old pioneer, died
last night suddenly In bed, aged eighty
Our remaining banks are solid.
Record of tbe Day's Failures and
Movements Hill for Silver. .
New York, June 23. Senator David
B. Hill has come out In favor of free
San Francisco, June 23. Tbe Peo
ple's Home Savings Bank closed its
doors this morning. It affiliated with
the Paciflo Bank, which closed yester
day. Resources are said to far exceed
Madera, June 23. The bank of
Madera failed to open its doors this
morning. A placard on tbe door an an
eounces: "Temporarily suspended;
depositors will be paid lu full."
Money Goes West.
New York, June 23. Currency
shipments to Ban Francisco will be
very large again today. Telegraphic
transfers at tbe sub-treasury will cer
tainly reach yesterday's figures.
Higher Weol Freight
Chicago, June 23. Chairman Mid
gley of Western Freight associatlou
has telegraphed tbe Great Northern,
Northern Paciflo and Union Paciflo
rollroads, calling attention to a special
on wool from tbe North Pacific coast
terminals to Atlantic Seaboard at the
hO f 1.0& per-100poasK)eattd'' wg
gested that as Eastern lines will not
accept less than local rates east of this
city, no alternative Is left for tbe west
ern freight association' .than to cancel
Easton, Pa,, June 23. Hon. Wm.
Mutohel died of heart disease thlk
Port Townsend, Wn., Juoej 23.
James O. Saunders relieved Andrew
Wassom this afternoon as collector of
customs. Baunder appointed Walter
Bowen his chief deputy.
Chicago, June 23. The Great Nor
thern has made another out in trans
continental rates as follews: From St.
Paul, Minneapolis and Dulutb to Spo
kane, Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver and
North Paciflo coast points 125 first-class
and $18 second class, to be effective June
25, and apply In both directions. Tbe
Northern Paciflo lost no time in meet
ing tbe rates and will put them in effect
the same date. Tbe Great Northern
also decided to place on sale commenc
ing July 1, 3,000-mile tickets good for
one year for $15, tickets to be good over
tbo entire system, the Sioux City &
Northern and over the Canadian Paciflo
between Necbe and Winnipeg. The
Western Passenger association, which
is greatly disturbed by the actions of
the Great Northern, will meet June27th
to take suitable action. Tbe opinion
among general passenger agents is that
tbe Union Paciflo will not enter tbe
fight, preferlng rather to abandon Men-
Prepared for Robbers,
Topeka, Kan., June 23, Tbe Arkan
sas City and Caldwell banks are still
gdarded by armed men in anticipation
or a raid by Indian territory despera
does. Tbe cause of tbo alarm was ap
pearance on tbe streets of Arkansas City
of eight well-armed men whom no one
seemed to know, but who bore tbe ap
pearance of being night riders from the
territory about four rail's distant.
When the citizens armed themselves,
the gang, withdrew and went luto
camp on Grouse creek, where they were
Jolued by half a dozen others. As tbey
have permitted no one to come near
their eamp, their purpose is only
guessed. Owing to tbe frequent robber
ies by men from tbe Indian territory,
Arkansas City and Caldwell business
men determined to be fully prepared,
and tbey are guarding not only their
banks, but all tbe business bouses ear.
rylng considerable suss of saoaey.
Tbe report reaebed here this afternoon
that the gang, now composed of a dozen
Men, was .woying westward la (tie Use
Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't Report
DAILY FOREIGN BUDGET.
The Bebring Sea Arbitration
A NUMBER OF VISITORS PRESENT.
Great Scarcity of Fodder in the
Paris, June 23. A large number of
visitors were present at the session of
,tbe Bebring sea tribunal of arbitration.
Amoug those who listeued to the pro
ceedings was Hon. James B. Eustls,
American ambassador to France. Hon
E. J. Phelps, of counsel for the United
Stages, opened his argument in behalf
of the contention of the United States,
and his address was a brilliant one. He
said that tbe case presented only two
main questiens: Have tbe Canadians
and the renegade Aruerlcaus, who
adopted tbe, British flag lu order to
defy tbe laws of their own couutry, the
right to continue destroying the seal
species? and, if so, what regulations are
necessary to prevent tbe extermination
of the seals? Other questions might
be Involved, but they were merely
Incidental. America beaded tbe
tioa of tbe seals, Including tbe
slaughter of tbe gravid animals pro
ceeding towards the Prlbyloff Islands,
tbe herding grounds, and of the moth
ers seeking food at sea, Is Inhuman,
barbarous and a violation of tbo laws
of all civilized nations for the protec
tion of wild animals in their breeding
season. Such slaughter, he contended,
must eventually result in extinguish
ing a valuable Industry, established for
nearly a century by Russia, and main
tained by the United States In the ces
sion of Alaska to tbe United States by
tbe Russian government. The British
claimed tbe right to exterminate the
species for the sake of a temporary
profit. Tbey do uot meet tbe question
as to whether the right exited, but ex-
hauet the resources of the ablest advo
cacy to evade It. Tbe British counsel
approached the question in every direc
tion except a straightforward one.
They pretended tolnquire If the United
States were justified In seiz'ng British
vessels engaged In seal bunting. Mr.
Phelps declared there was no suoh ques
tion before tbe tribunal. The arbitra
tors were not concerned In the question
of past seizures, except as to the find
ing of.tbo necessary facts on which to
base further begotiatlons. Counsel
having agreed upon tbe facts, the tri
bunal ought to dismiss tho matter of
Manaqua, Nicaragua, June 23.
GeueraKAugUBtino Laylz bas been ap
pointed commander-in-chief of tho
Nicaragua army. Offlclul letters re
calling Minister Guzman from Wash
ington have been signed and sealed.,
Minister Guzman's Intimation that
tbe Nicaragua Canal company backed
tbe revolutionists and furnished money
to help them along are declared to be
without foundation. Minister Guz
man's brother denies the story that he
hai been recalled on account of the
Scarcity of Fodder.
Bkrun, June 23. At a meeting of
Wurtemburg peasants a petition to tbe
king was framed asking blui to convoke
tbe landtag and ask grant for tbe
purchase of fodder abroad and IU dis
tribution among tho peasants on credit.
In Hesse tbe landtag has been sum
moned to meet for a similar purpm,
Along tbe Rhine aud lu Hesse-Nussau
tbe greatest scarcity prevails. The
price of bay has risen 8, 0 aud lu some
places 10 shillings per hundredweight
From Btrasburg it Is reported meat is
selling at suck p Ices that tbe peasant
farasere have been forced to slaughter
their settle. It la feared the result will
be a meat famine la 1604, In niauy
Blaeea cattle have been starved to death.
Tbe Frankfurt Zeltung suggests the
customs duties ea fodde be repealed,
aadtbe aoverameat wake a vigorous
effort to enable tho people to preserve
their stock cattle in tho event of a,
famine, before it Is too late.
Drouth in Holland.
TjikHaouk, June 23. The drouth
com luut-H throughout Holluud. The
municipal tullwiillcs have been h-
struoted to take steps to provide drluk-r ".s '
tug water, wuicn in some villages costs r
a penny a pall. The dearth of water k .-t
greatest in the northern districts, where - A.
a fodder famine bas caused the sale of-' ,.'
livestock atauy price. In spite of the JCV
drouth, however, winter crops of wheat, -;
and rye aro satisfactory, especially Hk '
Llmhurg. Grain crops are. fairly good
lu the northern province Oats are .i"
very backward. Of potatoes there will !''
be a small crop of good quality. Even rr
with copious rainfalls now the hay crop
will prove deflcent. ,-
Epidemic of Suicide.
Vienna, Juno 23. A suicide of ept- "
detnio bas brokeu out In Buda" Pesth "'
and other Hungarian towns. Bevea
cases of suicide were reported at Buda
Pesth yesterday. Cases of insanity are
Increasing. This Is attributed to drink?
ing poisonous concoctions substituted
for wine, which became scarce through
the ravages of phylloxera.. Ignata
Abels, a Jewish, recruit, committed sui
cide at Vienna yesterday, on ;acoouat
of ill treatment to which he was; sub
jected by petty officers. The author!-
Ue have erdered: aainnnlry, into ther
Riot at Vienna.
Vienna, June 23. Great excitement
has been caused at Andrychow by tne
rioting socialists. The mob had full
possession of tho place for a time and
a large number of shops were pillaged.
Tbe military finally intervened and
some of the rioters were,
Victoria, June 23. Extradition pro.
ceodlngs In the case of Rev, A. R.
Reams, pastor of the Methodist church
south of Merced, Cal., who ran away
with Lucy Rucker, daughter of one of
the deaconB of the church, olosed ysh
terday and the court ordered thai
Reams be committed for extradition, '
Speaks of His Partner.
New York, Juno 23. Referring to
tbo death of Senator Stanford, Mr,C,
P. Huntington said: "We are deeply
pained to hear of bis death. He was
the last of my old partners In building
and operating railroads, and I deeply
feel bis loss, Our business connections
run back for 80 years, and our. acquain
tance for over 40 .years. In business
matters we never bad a'Jar In all tbe
years of our association. Wn did differ
in respect to some political matters;but
as to those we agreed to dlifer. But
the leaf was turned down upon all those
differences a long time ago; and our
personal relations remained undisturbed
ut tho tlmoof his death."
Tacoma, June 23. An uakaewa
man was run Into and killed by tbe
west-bound Northern Paciflo eapreas
train a mile and a half east of South
Prairie. Tbe man was setting close to
the rail on a trestle when tbe train came'
around a curve. The attempt to step
the train was unsuccessful. Tbe body
was brought here.
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