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"THE PEOPLE'S PAPEB."
8ALEM, OUEGON. MO&DAY, JULY 3, 1893.
"TO-DAY'S NEWS TO-DAY."
Salora makes a great mistake in
will make no
Where will always be found a nice line of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES.
J. W. THOMAS, 297 Com'l, St., SALEM.
Keeping Pace With the Times.
Have your business accounts kepi in PERFECT books, such are
The Frcy Patent Flat Opening Books.
Boohs that are worthy of the patronage and praise of the Government Of
ficials of the State of Oregon, aud the greater portion of the merchauUlo men
of the State, are surely deserving of a trial by everyone.
Manufactured in Oregon ONLY by The Meaton-Dygert Book Mfg. Co.,
THE CAPITAL CITY BINDERY.
Binders to the State of Oregon, Printers and Lithographers, Salem, Oregon.
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency.
Representing the following well-known and reliable Cempanies:
HTATE IN8TJRAN0K CO., .Etna Insurance Co.,
Traders' Insurance Co., bun Insurance Co.,
National Insurance Co., Westchester Hire Ins. Co.,
Lion Klro Insurance Co., Imperial Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Soa, London Assurance Corporation,
Alliance Assurance Co., Norwich Union Fire Ins.Soc.
Oldest and Leading Firm in the City Devoted Exclusively to Insurance,
J. W. TflORNBURG,
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade
enables mo to turn out Hret-clasa work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
give estimates. State Insurance block,
Ed. C. Cross,
Jflttfe, Wee Meats.
CHURCHILL Spraying (Mils,
BURROUGHS State Street.
F. T. HART,
247 COMMERCIAL STREET.
At the Commercial street bridge near Willamette Hotel. New stock and ve
hides being added constantly. Only the best ' service rendered. No shabby
rigs nor poor horses, H. L. LAMOUREUX, Proprietor,
POSTOFFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR.
Admitted to practice in all the courts.
Bpeclal attention given to German speak.
Ins; people and busTneas at the county and
tate offices. K HOKKIt, NoUry 1'ubllc
The undersigned will sell at the Bargeant
LorUlug tiouse in Opera House block. July
It, ISM. Anv one having baggage there Is re
quested to get Bame before sale,
MMw WM. 8AROEANT
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU
Private work a specialty.
a B. CLEMENT. Manager.
Have had 18 year experience tralalagfur
track or carriage. Terms reaMinsble. fan be
found at WsaUootfa stable, or address Haleaa,
not celebrating this Columbian 4th, but wo guarantee you
mistake if you buy all your goods at the
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats of allKinds
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
SIX MINUTE CARS!
Can will leave the postoffloe on
CAPITAL C1TI RAILWAY
Every six minute running through direct to
the Fair Grounds at aU hours that the people
will be attracted to the raoes and Fourth ol
July celebration. On Clrcui day car will ran
DIRECT TO THE OIROUSI
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Real Estate. In amounli and
time to suit. Wo delay la oomldertng loan.
FEAR & FORD,
ODDS AND ENDS.
An ico cavo is a natural curiosity at
Ninoty per cent of tho Boston Brown
ing society uro women.
In England no town is technically a
city unless it is tho Beat of a bishop's see.
During the last CO years rnoro than
9,000,000 peoplo have emigrated from
England, of whom 10 per cent have re
turned. About C.OOO.COO ounces of quinine are
produced annually. There aro 17 quinine
factories in tho world, and 0 of theso aro
Tho cellular prison system in Holland,
whero the offenders aro completely iso
lated, is asserted to bo most effectual in
repressing criruo and reforming crim
inals. Tho suitof Tnploy versus Abo McPike's
estate, which is still on trial in tho courts
of Pike county, Mo., was originally dock
eted in 1850. Tho action was brought to
recover tho vnluo of soino negro slaves
that McPike had taken south and sold.
Heel and too tips of pierced and chased
gold ore now worn on some satin house -
slippers. Tho metal ornaments cost
from $50 to $100 per sot and the shoes
from $10 to $20 per pair, so that shoos
and ornaments irfay cost us much as $120.
A professional acrobat finds employ
ment at the zinc mines in Ogdensburg,
N. J. His services aro required in get
ting out snarls and removing obstruc
tions from tho cables and olectrio wires
used about tho ore cars, which aro run
on steep grades. Ho can walk on a tight
rdpo when necessary.
It is said that a maro
recently presented her
at Dixon, Cal.,
owuer with a
horso and a mule colt.
Up to the present time tho state of
Tennessee has produced a majority of
tho famous racing pacers.
Ten 0-horse French coaches will bo
operated in Chicago during the World's
fair between Franklin park and tho
J. C. Sibley expresses tke opinion that
tho bicycle sulky actually pushes a horse
forward rather than offering any rosist
inco to his efforts.
Has proven an Infallible
Iieclno lor all derango
meDta peonllar to the
female sex, such a chron
ic womb and ovarian dis
eases. If taken In time It
regulates and promotes
healthy action or all func
tions ot the generative
organs. Young ladles at
the aire of nubertr. and
Older ones at the menn.
pause, will and in it a healing, soothing tonic
Highest recommendations from physicians
and llioso who have tried it. Write for book
To Women," mailed free. Bold by druggists.
BRADFIEID KGUUTDfi CO., Freer!, AtlwU, Cs
ITCHIHO riLZS known fcr Malitnre
Ilka p.r.plr:on, mom tnUuM luliinf
when wrm- Ttal. Torn and BLIX1).
iuxeslno or raorau&LNO riLxa
TIKLD AT OHCX TO
OR. BO-SAN-KOt PILE REM MY,
wnleh uu dlrMtlr on paru aSTaoUd
abaorha tamon, auara ItMUaavMEMtla
panaanantanra, rrtsa 60a. prossUM
ormaU. Pf. Baaaako, gailaaal l.fa, fa.
Bold by Bwfcett & Van Slype.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
NOTICE 18 HKRERY GIVEN, THAT THE
partnership heretofore existing between
O.W.IIawksandP.O.lvar Is this day dls
solved by mntual consent : P. O. Levar retir
ing from the firm. O. W. Ilawks will collect
all bills due aud pay oat standing accounts
against the Arm. ""
from U. P. Dock at fl o'clock a. m. every Wed-
ueaaay nuu diuiv.,
trom the Central dock at foot of Washiagton
street every Handay and Thursday.
B rrfi I
for Albany every Monday aad Tuesday, ro
tomlns same days. . ...
MUoaUMatt, Afy jr.JWJlW,
ANTI-SILVER , CONSPIRACY!
Bimetallic League Calls a Nation
ASSISTANT ANARCIIfST GOY. ALTGELD
Scored by Commander Campbell
of tke Illinois G. A. K.
Washington, Jtily 3. The bimetal-
lio league will Issup, a call today for n
convention at Chicago July 25. The
call will denounrto the conspiracy
against silver, and set forth the evils to
result from its demonetization, inveigh
ogaluBt the gold staudard, and deplot
the benefits to accrue by uniting the
parity of the two metals. The conven
tion will be purely one of ways and
means to prevent a, repeal of the Sher
ChioAdo, July $. Governor Altgelt
was rather severely scored at tho patrio-
tlo Sunday exercises at the world's fair
grouuda for his recent action in pardon
ing the nnarchlsts, Tho serviced were
conducted in tue, festival hall, Under
the auspices of the regular army and
navy union. About 1000 people were
In attendance. Commander J. M.
Campbell, in an address, said
"It is eminently fitting that the
union should observe 'patriotic Sunday'
today, because the chief executive of
this state has recently shown ho would
be willing to supplant the flag of free
dom with the red ling of uuarchy."
At this point the audience burst into
a long round of applause. Tho com
mander made no further reference to
the governor or pardon, und at the con
clusion of his address the choir aoug,
"Nearer, My GodAto The." Then the
huge American "flag which bung be
hind tho speaker's Bland was drawn
aside and there upon the wall hung the
Union Jack draped in crepo in memory
of the unfortunuteiEugllsh ship Victor-
A' sailor lathe uniform of the Uni
ted States navy stepped forward und
hunt: a laurel wreath above tho flag
while the bugler sounded "taps."
Gov. Altgeld's Eoward.
Chioaqo, Ills., July 8. At today'H
session of the National Socialistic labor
party resolutions wero adopted praising
Governor Altgeld of Illinois for his
courage In pardoning the Chicago an
archists Fielden, Neebe and Schwab,
and stating bis reasons therefore. They
also deciding to print a large number of
copies of his statement accompanying
the pardon as a campaign document in
A DESPERATE GANG TAKEN.
Kid Wilson and the Notorious Starr
Family Captured at Last.
Denver, Col., July 8. Henry Btarr
aud Kid Wilson, of the notorious Starr
gang of train and bank robbers, to
gether with Starr's wife and about
$2000 In gold were captured in a hotel
at Colorado Springs this morning,
where bey registered under assumed
names. The robbers were taken una
wares and arrested without resistance.
An Unhappy Fourth.
ItosEiiOKO, July 3 Judge Fullerton
this morning sentenced Geo. E. Rich
ardson to eight years in tho peniten
tiary, for attempting to wreck the
Southern Pacific train at Yoncolla
March 30th last.
Will Celebrate Elsewhere.
Fresno, July 4. John Sontag, the
bandit and train robber, died at 1:35
o'clock this afternoou. J3e was uncon
scious before death for five hours. In
quest will be held.
QUN COTTON EXPLOSION.
Government Torpedo Station Takes
Fire Two Fatalities.
Newport, It. I., July 8. At two
o'clock this afternoon fire was seen Is
suing from mining tho buildings on
Goat Islaud occupied by the govern
ment torpedo Htutiuu. No explosions
have been heard, aud It la believed the
fire Is confined to unimportant build
ings. It Is later learned the flro started lu
gun cotton factory, causing an explos
ion, killing two aud lujuring t breo ser
iously. Don't sicken people with that bad
hrputii. TakeBluiunini Liver Itegula-
to sweeten it.
Flags and Am works at Brooks it Sal
isbury's, State street; -
STOCKS CONTINUE WEAK.
DissspoiatMeit Bccaasc Market
Dees Ket Adrasce,
CARLISLE CEASES TO PURCHASE SILVER.
Gold Standard Man for tho Coin
New York, July 3- Stocks contin
ued weak after opening. This weak
ness is due to sales by traders who wero
dtasapolnted that tho market did not
advance more on call for session of con
gress, A Gold Man.
Washington, July 3. Particular
interest attaches to houee committee on
coinage, in the coming; session of con
gress. In case Crisp should decide not
to glvo Bland tho chairmanship next
In line of direct succession will bo Rep
resentative Tracy, who Is a gold stand
No Silver Purchased.
Washington, July 8. Secretary
Carlisle decided not to resume purchase
of silver today, This action Is unusual
but as a matter of purchasing silver on
given days is discretionary with the
secretary of the treasury, ho Is simply
exercising his right. The reason as
signed iu the uotico sent to Intendiug
offerers of bullion is that tho treasury
department has not yet completed the
annual settlements made at the end of
each fiscal year with the United States
It Is probablo the failed Washington
National bank of Spjkane, Washing
ton will resume business In ten days.
Albuquerque, N. M., July 8. The
Albuquerque National bank is com
pelled temporarily to suspend business.
It is stated assets greatly exceed liabili
ties. Golden, Col., July 3. The McPher
son county bank failed this morning,
and made no statement of assets or
LIBERTY BELL WILL RINO.
A Perfect Casting of the Grand Old
Chicago, Ills., July 8. The world's
fair management has received notice of
a flaw In the casting of the new lub
berly bell at Troy, and will have to be
re-cast, so that part of the ooremonies
which contemplated having It rung on
the Fourth for tho first time, have to
Troy, N. Y., July 3. The Columbian
Liberty bell will be rung for tho first
time tomorrow, at 1 o'clock, to corres
pond with noon Chicago time.
It will bo controlled by elec
tricity from Chicago. The
original program Is modified on ac
count of tho delay In casting the bell.
Tho statement from Chicago that the
bell will have to be re-cast on account
of a flaw Is denied at the foundry,
where it is assured tho casting Is a per
fect success, and the bell very flue.
SatolU at Portland.
Portland, July 8. Monslgnor Fran
cis Batolll, tho papal ablegate and arch
bishop of Lepanto, Italy, and his party
of distinguished prelates of tho Roman
Catholic church arrived in Portland at
7 o'clock this morulng. They came
over tho Northern P&clflo in tho private
car of President James J, Hill, of the
Great Northern railroad. Accompany
ing the ablegate are Most Rev. T. L.
Grace, formerly arobblshop'of St, Paul,
Mluu.; Rev. Dr. T, O'Gormanand Rev.
Dr. T. Shahan, professors of ecclesiasti
cal history; Rov. Dr. C. Gaunon, pro
fessor of Scripture, aud Rov. Dr. IS
Pace, professor of philosophy in the
Cathollo university at Washington,
It wm reported that Archbishop Ire
land was In the party, but this was a
mistake, as he Is still in Bt. Paul.
The distinguished party spent the
forenoon in driving about the city as
guest of Mayor Mason. The afternoon
will be taken up in visiting the differ
ent Cathollo Institutions. The party
leave on tonight's express) forBaa Fras-clsco.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't Report
Tho Coming Reichstag.
Berlin, July 8. Although no two
estimates as to the ultimate composi
tion of the.relohstag may exactly agree
alt reliable reckoning shows a diver
gence of only five members. In the
estimates of thoso who will support tho
army bill tho calculators put the num
ber favoring tho measure at between
205 and 210. As tb'ero aro 807 members
theso calculations show a sufficiently
strong majority to pass tho bill. It Is
estimated that tho oppouoU of the gov
ernment In tho next house number
from 187 to 103. Whatever uncertain
ty exists as to the definite strength of
tho parties arises from the motley char
acter of tho planks incorporated In tho
Wheat harvesting has commenced In
South Germany, Austria aud Hungary.
Tho drought that prevailed so long has
afTected the yield, except along the
Danube rlvor aud In Southern Hun
gary. Tho scarcity of fodder Is threatening
the arrangements made for tho army
maneuvoiB in tho autumn. Tho oin-
peror, who ordered a sdeclal report ou
how vast tho number of horses em
ployed would be fed, fouud the districts
where tho' maneuvers were to be hold
Incapable of guaranteeing a'sufllclont
supply of foddor.
The Troublo in Siam.
New York, July 8. Advices re
ceived from Bangkok, Slam, by the
Presbyterian board of missions in this
city, contain the prodlotlou of troublo
with the Frenoh peoplo, which recont
dispatches have confirmed by tho an
nouncement that the French fleet has
taken possession of tho River Me nam
and that Its gunboats aro ready to bom
bard the city.
Considerable solicitude Is felt by tho
members ot the board for the safety to
Its missionaries, who aro stationed at
Bangkok, In default of accurate Inform
ation as to actual condition of things
there at present. Tho telograph lines
are said to bo in tho control of the
French, and communication by that
means may bo purposely out ofl. Two
stations aro maintained by Presbyterian
church In the olty of Bangkok. Tho
property ownod by the board there Is
valued at $25,000. Tho Presbyterians
are the only missionaries stationed at
Bangaok, although tho Baptist mis
sions have property of considerable val
ue which was formerly used as a mis
sionary post. Tho first Prcsbytorlan
mission was established In the Siamese
capital in 1840. It la located on tho
river Menam, about 25 miles from Its
Ono of tho gay touchos of thosoason is
noted in coaching parasols of ecru tus
soro silk lined In bright bluo.
Gordon hats aro mado of fiowored cot
tons to match flounced and furbelowod
gowns. Tho crowns aro banded with
Petticoats of white crape havo follow
ed thoso of whito silk, and thofanciest of
little underskirts aro shown all berib
boned aud belaced.
Leghorn hats havo tho brims lined
with black chiffon and caught up with
block satin rosettes. Black plumes are
set at ono side within tho upturned brim
and fall forward and bock with marked
A small bonnet Is made rnoro impress
ive by a rathor wide brim, which Is
slashed and then flares back in auroolo
stylo, tho slash opening abovo tho brow
to reveal tho trimming sot against tho
New Mario Antoinette fichus of white
laco aro stopped at tho waist instead ot
being continued In scarf ends. They
aro wonderfully dainty with garden
party costumes accompanied by the
whito laco rufflo hats.
All "wool bengallno with trtcolorod
cords is somethlug pretty in tho wools.
This is not at all pronounced, tho cords
being flno and tho shading delicato. The
ground crossed by tho cords is of neu
tral tint, as gray or ton.
Borne of tho prettiest coloring of the
season U seen in the new glovos. The
kid show every gradation of tinting.
There I no costume "ht may not bo
snatched by them. Silk glove, too, aro
loght out in ovory shade,
Prospect Brighter for tho Howe
GLADSTONE'S CLOTURE- RESOLUTION.
Perils of Missionaries in Siam
Gorman Army Bill.
London July 3. Tho dosporate posi
tion in which the government has been
placed by unionist obstruction and
Chairman Mellor'a incapacity has been
bottered noticeably by Mr. Gladstone's
announcement that' summary action
be no longer deferred. The resolution
Intended to hasten tho progress of the
home-rulo bill has oomo to Into to satis
fy all thoGladstonlans, but not too late
to prevent thecatustropho which threat
ened the bill last week. Liberals und
radicals have regtuued their courage
aud the Irish lnembttrs, although still
troubling tho government with their
Uoincstto bickerings, havo suppressed
temporarily their mutinous protests.
The torles aro writhing lu unreasonable
exasperation under .Mr. Gladstone'
cloture resolution. Many of them de
manded at first that tho unionist lead
ers wlthdruw from further dobato on
tho bill In comtnlttco, and leave the
government frco handed to do as it
might please. The expediency of this
courao of action was discussed earnest
ly In conservative circles lust evening,
As a dramatic and BonBational form of
protest, It fouud not a few supporters
among tho ultraconsorvatlvo members.
It was rejected, however, by Joseph
Chamberlain, whoso judgment Is ac
cepted now as virtually boyond appeal.
Mr, Chamberlain advised that no
change of tactics bo mado by the
unionists. They should act, he said,
in uttor disregard of Mr. Gladstone's
proposals. They should proceed In the
case of each seotlon of the bill as If no
vote had been taken, and should allow
the government to cloture every stage
of tho debate, whether the olause in
question had been discussed or not.
Mr. Chamberlain's plan has been ap
proved by tho other unionist leaders.
Their object obviously Is to proclaim to
tho country that a number of clauses
bavo beeu forced through without, de
bate, and to exploit this so-called
"Gladstonlan tyranny" as an Irritant
among tho British voters.
There seomx to be little doubt that
the Parnollltes will accomplish their
purposo.If the concessions demanded by
them bo not granted they will be ready
to bolt to theUnlonlfcts.Thoy would car
ry over ulno votes and thua make a dlf
fcronco of 18 In divisions. Such a loss
tho government could not stand. Mr.
Gladstone must snvo himself by yield
lug agalu. The moment must bo pear
when John Redmond with his nine
votes will be master ot tho parliamen
tary situation. Ills dfotatlon will hard
ly bo accepted with ploosura by the
Liberals or Radicals, aud may be tho
causo of difficulties more embarrassing
than any before experienced.
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