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lino of Boots mid Shoes, of tho boBt St. Louis mnko, ftlso a general assortment of other goods.
Wo buy for cash only, and sell for cash only, at a small profil. See our prices boforo buyjng.
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The Froy Patent Flat Opening Hooks.
Boohs that arc worthy of tho putronago and praise of the Government Of
ficials of the State of Oregon, aud the greater portion of the merohantlle men
of the Stalo, uro surely deserving of a trial byeveryonn.
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General Insurance Agency.
Representing the following well-known and reliable Cempanies:
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Traders' Insurance Co., Bun insurance Co..
National Insurance Co., Westchester Fire Ins. Co.,
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Loudon a Lancashire Fire XCS.SOC,, London Assurance Corporation,
Alliance Arsurauce Co., Worwicta Union Fire Ins. See.
Oldest and Leading Firm In tho City Devoted Exclusively to Insurance,
J. W. TflORNBURG,
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, Chemeketa street
Ed. C. Cross
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats of allliinds
OS Court and
110 State Streets.
Makes a Little Weak
Jump at Chicago.
AU, STOCKS ADVANCE IN NBW YORK
Mitclioll Accepts Oiler of a Club to
A Great Big Cant.
Chicago, July 1. Wheat promptly
advanced one cent this morning on
president's action calling special session.
All Stocks Stronger.
New York, July 1. The president's
proclamation, calling an extra session
of cougres?, has had a decided effect on
blocks this morning. Everything
opened higher. Altogether the most
confident feeling prevails in financial
Big Purse Offered.
Boston, July 1. Tho Columbia ath
letic Hub of Chicago offers a purse or
$4),000 for a match between Mitchell
and Corbett. Mitchell has accepted.
Canadians Are in It.
Chicago, July 1. This Is dominion
day at the White City. Canadians pre
dominate. This is the 20th anniversary
of the establishment of the present Ca
nadian government and tho dominion
building is dedicated.
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POSTOFFICE BLOCK, - - SALEH.OR.
Admitted to practice In all the courts.
Hpeclal altent'on given to German speak
lug people and busTnesa at ".he county and
tale offices. E. HOKEU, NoU ry l'ubllo.
The undersigned will sell at the Bargeant
lAdelng House In Opera House block. July
15. ISO. Any one having baggage there U re
Qumled to tat same baforn saJa.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BOREAL
BALEM, - - - Orgon
rrlvate work a ijxclaltjr.
C. B. CLEM ENT, Manager-
Hav bad 18 yeara experlenre tfftln'ng fr
track or carriage. Tenni reasonable, (an be
found at wSSoott-i liable, jr addreu i alem.
61 m JAMK8 KlU,
Old "Raggy" Goes.
New Youk, July 1. The Duko of
Vorngua sailed for home this morning
with other members of his party.
New York Market.
New Yomc, July 1. July wheat
opened 1 els., other futures and i
Ib that misery experienced when
suddenly made awaro that you
possess a diabolical arrangement
called stomach. No two dyspep
tics have the same predominant
symptoms, but whatever form
TJie underlying cause it
in tho LIVER,
and one thing is certain no one
will remain a dyspeptic who will
It trlU correct
Acidity of the
Xxpel foul gaf ,
'and at tho lama
Btart the Liver working
all bodily ailment
"tot men thin three ytr I !
DrtpcpiU In Itf wont form. I tried wJ
doctonTbut they .fforded no rtluf. At lut I tried
Simmons Ur RepiUtor, which cured bm la a
ehcrt time. It U a coed medicine. !
U without It."-J A. Rojls, Phlhwl , Pa.
A a general fuaily remedy for DyipepeliT
Torpid Iirer, Conetipaiton, etc.. I Urdly el
um anything elie, and h nerer Uen ip.
pointed la the eflece preduced: It eeenu b
alfflost a perfect lure for all dueuei of the Stociua
and BoweU." W. J. HcEtaov, Macon. C.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
NOTICE 1HHKHEBY GIVEN, THAT THB
p-rtnTiblp hretorore ezUtlng between
li. W. iiawknaud KC Levar U IbU day die
solved by mutual connt : 1. M. Ievar retlr-
Ilk roni the Crnu O. W. Hawk vrlll oo iect
alfbilU due aud pay oat itandlng acoounlf
agaiiut the nrm. aiw tot
(MOVER WILL RBTBAL IT,
do ii oral Opinion (lint Clcvolitml
IN I1KPHAL1NG SILVRR COINAOP,
lhxnkH mill M ami factories
" Closing Up.
Nkw Yomc, July 1. The president's
proclamation Is hailed with profound
gratification In financial and business
circles everywhoro. Men In all
branches of business aro loud In praise
of Cloycluud's action. Quo. Magoua,
nrBarlnK, Magoub & Co. said: "It Is
a llitlo too early to tell tho ellect of It
but It ought to1 bo very reassuring
abroad. The- belief will grow that a
tlollur Is going to have the t-amo re
liable meaiiiug od an English pound
sterling for future transactions."
Washinoton, July 1. The opinion
is held by -a number of congressmen
that the extra ''session will not be
lengthy, that fluanclal mutters alone
will engage Us attention.
' Senate for Eopeal.
CmdAcn, July 1. The Inttr-Ocean
today asked viows of Republican Uni
ted States senators on repeal of Sher
man act. Mooyare absent from home
and replies were received from only 10.
Ouly one senator, Power of Montana,
qualifies his position ip fuvor of repeal.
Piatt, of Connecticut, declined to say
positively how he will vote. The Inter
Ocean puts down at least 12 more for
repeal, 7 doubtful, 8 against.
Indianapolis, Ind., July 1. Secre
tary of titute Gresbam is in the city.
He said this morning in an interview
that he was glad the president had
called an e.'tnfsession of congress. He
believed congress would repeal the
Sherman net, though ho knew whereof
he spoke when ho said it would not
have done so two weeks ago.
Beatrice, Neb., July 1. Tho Neb
raska National bank and American
bank failed this morning. Each had a
capital of a hundred thousand dollars.
No other particulars.
St. Louis, Mo., July 2. Ofllcers of
tho BI-Mctallic sliver mine, one of the
richest producers of silver In Montana,
ordered closing of mine until the silver
situation warrants working It again.
The works of the company are tho larg
est In the country, located at Madison,
Ills., giving employment to 'J000 men.
Washington, D. C, July I. The
monthly debt statement shows public
debt decreased $1,110,258 during June.
Total cash In treasury $745,004,001.
Washinoton, D. C, July 1. Comp
troller Eckels has appointed J. H.
Adams receiver of the failed Citizens
National bank of Spokane, Washing
ton. i M ' ' in
A Fool Law.
Nashville, July 1. Owing to fact
that foreign Mmirance companies are re
quired to file charters with the secre
tary of state, seventeen companies
withdrew tills afternoon. So far about
half the companies doing business In
the r.tate suspended.
Convicted of Train Wrecking.
RosEiiono, July 1. The Jury In the
case of George L. Richardson, on trial
for attempting to wreck a passenger
train neor Drain, Or., last March,
brought In a verdict of gul'fy.
West or East.
SiiBEi'SHhAi) Bay, Jrly I For tho
great Realizillon stakesoff 35,000, Sun
beat 1st by a short head, St, Leonard
Zv. Sir Walter 3rd. Time 2:50.
Strugdlng With Whlakey.
Chakleston, B. O., July 1. Under
a new Iriw, which went Into eflVct at
midnight. South Carolina took charge
of the whiskey business within Its
borders. Dlnpencarles art to be opened
In 10 of the 34 counties in the state.
Bar rooms will be opened In some of
them without the legal formality
required, of an endorsement by a ma
jorlty of the voters and suits against
the state will renult. A large propor
tion of citizens bought a six months
stock. "Blind Pigs" are, expected to
open lu many places.
The United States Official
Investigation of Baking Powders,
Made under authority of Congress by the Chemical Division of the
Dcp't of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, and recently completed;
Shows the Royal Baking Powder
to be a cream of tartar baking pow
der of the highest quality, superior
to all others in strength, leaven
ing power, and general usefulness.
The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest
expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world
Mexico Will Not Suspend Froo Coin
of Silver Foreign Trado Dead.
City of Mkxico, July 1. Secretary
of tho treasury Llmantour wishes to
announce to the world that there Is no
truth in the rumor that Mexico con
templates suspending the free coinage
of silver. On the contrary, all of the
Mexican mints will be worked to their
utmost capacity. The mint in this city
coins $14,000,000 this month. Machin
ery is now being erected which will in
crease the capacity to $18,000,000 u
month. There are 10 other mltits in
the republic which have a smaller ca
pacity. At present there exists a scar
city of circulating mediuml(due main
ly to the heavy exportatlons of Mexi
can silver dollars. This drain on the
finances of the country must bo met
by increased coinage Mexico has,
furthermore, a certatu and unfailing
market In Asia for all of her dollars.
The increasing of exportatlons of coflee,
fibers and other products will enable
Mexico to export moro dollars than ever
before. Silver is produced in Mexico
cheaper than in the United States,
and the fall in price will bo less acute
ly felt hero than in the neighboring re
public. In view of diminished impor
tations of foreign goods aud tho conse
quent reduction in custom-house re
ceipts, which will be caused by the
high prlco of exchange, tho federal
government has ordered a discount in
salaries paid to all federal oflioials.
Those who receive salaries of (COO or
less a year will be cut 6 per cent, all
from $600 to $1000 will be reduced 7
per cent, and ull above $1000 will sutler
a 10 per cent reduction. Tho Mexican
government will take no further steps
at present, but will wait tho develop
ment of the panic.
El Paso, Tex., July 1. Tho drop In
tho price of silver has brought down
the prlco of tho Mexican peso to fifty
cents, and jias cut down tho Mexican
trado with local wholesalers more
than ono half. Many firms have re
ceived telegrams canceling orders.
The Mexican silver mines are shutting
London, July l.-Tho Standard's
Shanghai correspondent telegraphs
that liunines In that city has been par
alyzed by I ho changes mado In the cur
rency system of India and tho ruinous
import duties, especially thoso levied
on opium and Indian yarns.
Bkhlin, July 1. Tho federal council
has decided to prohibit the export of
fodder. This step is intended to pro
vent the execution of Iurgo orders for
hay from Franco. Liberal newspapers
criticise tho measure as it stop to the
agrarian Interests aud blumo the gov
ernment for uot at the sumo tlmo sus
pending tho import duties on fodder
Mexico has ofllcially drawn tho lino at
ticket scalpers and pooling.
Tho first elevated railway in England
is in process of construction at Liverpool.
The New Haven and Now York and
New England havo reached an agree
ment for east bound trafilc.
Tho Pennsylvania has created the new
oflice of superintendent of insurance, to
which Hugh B. Ely has been appointed.
One of the fivo heavy paasengercn
ginoa which the Lake Shore recently
purcliascd from tho Brooks works made
a run from Toledo to Elkhart, 143 miles,
in two hours.
All the stock of the Bedalia, Marshall
and Northern lias been purchased by
two capUalJxU of Bedalia and fit. Louis.
It i a nariow gauge lin,e, 43 wiles long,
and need to be operated as a branch of
the Missouri Pacific
AFFAIRS AT WASHINGTON.
President Proclaims an Extra Session
Two Million Surplus -Ool.
Robert Miller Gets It.
Washinoton, July 1. At G u'ulook
last ovenlmc tho following proclamation
Executive Mansion, Washington, D.
0., June 30, 1803. Whereas, the die
trust and apprehension concerning the
financial situation which has pervaded
all business circles has a'r.aly cnu'ed
great loso and damage to our people
and threaten to cripple ourTnercuants,
stop the wheels of manufacture, bring
distress and privation to our furmen
and withhold from our workingmen
wages of labor and, '
Whereas, trie present perilous condi
tion is largely the result of a financial
policy which tue cxecutivo branch of
the government finds embodied in un
wise laws which must be executed until
repealed by cengress:
Now, therefore, I, Grover Cleveland,
president of tho United States, In per
formance of any constitutional duty,
do by this proclamation, declaro thai
an extraordinary occasion requires the
convening of both houses of congress of
tbe United States at the capltol In the
city of Washington, ou the 7th day of
August next at 12 o'clock noon, to the
end that tho pooplo may be relieved im
pending danger and distress.
The determination to call an extra
cession of congress the first week in
August instead of the first week in
September, it Is understood, was ouly
definitely arrived at at this morning's
cabinet session, after giving full weight
to tbe numerous telegrams received
from all parts of the country urging
this course. Tbe consideration which
caused tho president to chango his
mind was foreshadowed in a remark
made by ono of his cabinet ofllcers two
days ago, If tho president received
reasonable assuranco that there was
likelihood of tho prompt repeal of tho
so-called Sherman purchase law ho
was disposed to call congress to
gether earlier than ho announced. It
Is inferred from the fact that the
president has dono so, that ho thinks
he has obtained the ussuranco desired.
Figures ofllcially proclaimed show
lu round numbers that tho total re
ceipts of the government for tho year
aggregated $385,000,000, while tho ex
penditures Will foot up $383,000,000,
leaving a surplus of receipts above ex
penditures of $2,000,000.
Tho president has appointed Robert
A. Miller" of Jacksonville, Oregon,
register of the land ofllco ut Oregon
MKwYoitK, July 1. Ex President
Harrison, whon seen at tho Fifth
Avenue hotel and asked for an opinion
on President Cleveland's cull for un
August session of congress, said:
"I am not prepared to say whether
I think the August session of congress
will restore the confidence which is
said to bo demoralized. There may bo
serious obstructions. I cannot tell
what may be the exteut of President
Cleveland's knowledge on the subject,
but I know they would not have re
pealed the Sherman law for me. I
think, altogether too much of the com
plained of stringency is loaded upon
the Sherman tow. There uro u great
many other causes which oontritiuto to
tho present state of affairs."
Now If They Oan Just Escape Cholera,
Denvku, July 1. Governor Wulte
has definitely decided not to call an
extra session of the legislature
FOREIGN &EWS BY CABLE.
Nkw Yomc, July l.-Tho H3raIr,'B
correspondent ut Valparaiso telegraphs
that General Garutva has reached Paso
u his march to Dago. General Viola's
command defeated the Castllbistaa
troopp. In rovengoi the Costllhlstas cut
the throats of the revolters whom they
captured, ul though they had promised
Tho correspondent in Rio Janeiro
tolegraphs that Admiral Wadelkoka
proposes to return from Rio Grande do
dul soon. He will expose to the senate
the cruelties commltted'ln that state by
From Montevideo the correspondent
telegraphs that a largo, body of Brazil
Ian revolutionists ure pouring over the
frontier of Uruguay ho as tore-enter
Brazil. Sonor Ellaurl positively refuses'
to boa candidate for president. Presi
dent Herrera has condemned the press
for opposing tho candidacy of Bauza.
London, July 1. The Finanolal
News says representatives of Ameri
can and European producers of copper,
except tho agent of ono small American
group, have agreed to ronew tho com
pact which has Just expired in regard
to tbe output of that metal.
Halifax, July 1. The postage" rates
between Canada uud Newfoundland,
tho only portion of British NorthAmer
!ca outsldo tbe Dominion, has hitherto
been 6 cents per half ounce. After to
day the' rate on letters will bo 3 cents,
and newspapers mailed from tbe oflice
of publiottlon will bo transmitted free.
Pa nam a, July 2. Plerola was lauded
at Chala, Peru, and gone ou to Are
quipa, Ho is said to bo preparing to
bead a revolution designed to put him
In the presidential chair. This alterna
tive of civil war has been decided upon,
according to tbe current roport, because
Hiera would have no chanco of being
elected If ho merely appealed to tho
suffrages of tho people, as tho govern
ment In power could control the noils.
Hostile operations are expected to bo
ViOTOitiA, B. C, July l.'-Iu tho su
premo court this morning the cbargo
ofcrlraiual assault against Rev. Al
fred R. HoaiiH was dismissed by Jus
tice Drake, who said the evidence was
Insufficient to hold tho man according
to Canadian luw. Reams bowed polite
ly when ho heard the decision. He
was then taken to the provincial Jail.
Reams wus questioned as to whether
ho would consont to return on the ab
duction charge before tho arrival of ex
tradition papers, but he would not say
what his Intentions were.
Do Lessopa Dying.
Pahib, July 1. The ooudltlou of
Count Ferdinand Do Lesseps has sud
denly grown worse and It Is greatly
feared ho will dlo.
A Millll r -- 1 li---'--l11?1----ir
to himself, "If the
moon I could get,
whenever I'm dry
inv throat I could
wet: The moon Is a l
qnorter wllu a quar
ter I henr; you can
purchase fivo gal
A Delktoui, TtmMr
(Mod ler any ttoaa year.
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