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SALEM, OTCEGON. MCXNPApT, SEPTEMBER 4, JL893.
G. W. JOHNSON & SON
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency.
Ilapresentinsr tko following well-known and reliable Cempanies:
HTATB INBTJRANOK 00., tna iMurance Co.,
TrndRra Tniurance Co.. ami Insurance tx.,
NatlonSl Insuranoa Co.. Westcbester Hire Ins. Co.,
LlbnMrelngaHinoeOo., Imperial Klre Ioiurance Co.,
London Lancashire Fire Ins. 8oc. London Assurance tJorpoiaUon,
Alliance Assurance Co., , Norwich Union Fire Ina.8oc.
Oldest and Leading Firm In the City Devotod Exclusively to Insurance,
I W. TflORNBORG,
nxrora and rAnntm nnholstered furniture. Lone Experience la the trade
i nables me to turn out first-class work.
give estimates. State Insurance block,
F. T. HART,
!M COMMERCIAL STREET.
At the Commercial street bridge .near
hides being added constantly. Only
rigs nor poor horns.
do better work than ever,
203 Commercial St.,
MITCHELL WRIGHT 5 CO.,
Insurance - ilgents.
245 Cemmercial Street
American Fire Insurance Co., Pblla.
Home Insurance Co., New York.
Norwich-Union Ins. Co.. Liverpool.
Palatine Insurance Co.. Manchester.
Over Or Millioa Dollar. Deposited
Prewctiea of Policy
AU Lem. JLiimML a M T .W- &?"" "
U v&riaa Folk. Tajaloll aa Lisa Counties.
Samples of coverings,
No trouble to
Wholesale and Retail
Denier in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats of allKinds
OS Court and
110 State Streets,
tUe nest Ty(0UBEUX, Proprietor,
Has just received some
of the latest faces of job
'tvDe and is prepared to
Count -y orders receive prompt at-
. . SALE, OREGON.
Western Assurance, Toronto, Canada.
Lancashire, Manchester, Eog.
Home Mutual, San Francisco, Cal.
Witt State Treasurer of Oregon fcr
Holders In Oregon oaly.
Thousands Take Part
in the Parades.
GREAT RAILROAD STRIKE.
"Wheel Taming on the
LAST OF THE BONAPBTES.
Jerome Bonaparte Diei Today in
Labor Day In Chicago.
Chicago, Ills., Sept. 4. Organized
labor in this city made one of tbe
greatest demonstrations in it history
today, massing in a parade 40,000 to
50,000 men. Mayor Harrison headed
tbe procession as an honorary marshal,
and Governor Altgeld as one of the
Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 4. The
parade of labor unions was not as large
as some former demonstrations. Up
wards of 2000 were in line.
Denver, Col., Bept. 4. Labdr day
was generally observed. The effect of
hard times was seen In the parade,
which was scarcely one-third as large
as last yetr.
A Great Strifes.
Evansville, Ind., Sep. 4, The en
tire train force of tbe LoulBVllje and
tJIleroad here have gone to a
strike against the proposed 10 per cent
reduction. Strikers are ugly, and
trouble Is expected. Not a wheel is
Jerome Bonaparte Dead.
Beverly. Mass., Sep. 4. Jerome
Bonaparte died at his summer borne at
Pride's Crossing last night.
Street Oar Fatality,
Cincinnati, O., Bept. 3. What will
prove perhaps tbe most disastrous
street-car accident ever recorded took
place in this city this eyonlng at 7
o'clock, An electric car dashed
down a hill at frightful speed, left the
track, broke a telegraph pole and shot
Into a saloon, wrecking both Itself and
the structure it struok. As a result of
the collision, two peoplo are dead, six
are Injured beyond recovery and nearly
forty more are hurt, many of them
dangerously. The car was smashed to
splinters. Bo was tbe front of the
saloon and tbe bar, and from tbe debris
at once rose agonizing cries and moans
that told those within hearing that a
terrible accident had occurred. Six
patrol wagons were .upon tbe scene
within a few minutes, and tbe dead
and dying were quickly transferred to
the City hospital, where tbeentlre med
ical sorps was soon busily engaged In
rendering such assistance m was la 1U
Aliiany, Or., Sept. 4. Special. R.
G. Cochrane, a pioneer and wealthy
farmer, committed suicide at bis home
three miles this side of Brownsville
this morning, by shooting himself with
a 38 caliber revolver. It is thought he
was not in bis right mind.
Simmons , Liver Regulator eurely
cures heartache, Indigestion and ail dis
orders of the liver.
harmless and efteo-
TUCPP IQ HOPE' then tried to kill OMeer Atkinson, who
ni-nu ." iVTomJui was trying to save him fiom the mob.
ESSS'JS &W"' " ? '& Buu'u wUh hl revo,Vr w,,,te
".rSthadi.."""- the crowd fled. BoutiUx' ammunition
5rtS,TW-.veout first and be surrendered.
Komrer ud jmrca. my be, uwm wi
Cured n of nut.millrn"rP2
Ibid uMd Ttoa otl-r rtn a
. Mr !" too SZfjjtfJW
red loaf try wy. leoju.1 rS.B.B.
oluurr' wfl ffKJjo cla
Washington, Sept. 4. The follow
ing poll of B8natft on the repeal bill Is
given put aa one submitted to President
Cleveland for his personal Information.
For repeal: Aldricb, Allison, Brlco,
Cafery, Camden," Casey, Chandler,
Cullom, DavIs, Dixon, Dolph, Faulk
ner, Fryo, Galltager, Gibson, Gordon,
Gorman, Gray, Hale, Hawley, Higglns, .
Hill, Hoar, Houston, Lindsay, Lodge,
McMillan, MoPbwrson, Manderson,
Mills, Mitchell, of Wisconsin, Morgan,
Merrill, Murphy, Palmer, Piatt, Proo-
tor, Sherman, Smith, Squlro, Stock
bridge, Tarple, Vilas, Voorhees, Wash
burn, White, of La Wilson. Total
Against repeal: , Allen, Bates, Berry
Cookrell, Coke, Colquitt, Daniel, Du
bois, George, Harris, Irby, Jones, of
Ark., Jones, of Nevada, Kyle, Martin,
I Mitchell, of Oregon, Pefler, Perkins.
Pettlgrew, Power, Pugh, Roach,
8houp, Stewart, Teller, Vance, Vest,
Walthall, White, Woloott, of California,
total 30. s
Doubtful, wlthldlsposltion to vote for
repeal: Blackburn, Butler, Ransom,
Doubtful, with disposition to vote
against repeal: Call, Cameron, Hans
brougb, Pasco, Quay 6.
No Duty Wanted.
Washington D. C, Sept. 4. Rep
resentatives of tko potato and onion
growers of the Bermuda Islands ap
peared before the ways and means
committee today and asked for a re
duction on tbs duty. It looks an if
the proteoted Industries of the United
States were not indite! to avail them
selves oi the opportunity to appear be
fore the committee.
A TUtnrAnTur Rnrrnnlnra.
tTkppneu. Or.. Kent. 4. Noah Mulk-
lev. the murdorer of William Mattho-
, , r .
son, gave himself up to Bherlfl Noble
this morning. Hehasboen hiding in
tbe mountains, about twenty miles
from Heppner, and baa frequently seen
the deputy sberiilB that were looking
for him. The murder grew out of an
old feud which has existed for two or
three years. He claims the murder
was committed In self defense. He
had Intended to surrender at the first
Oold Blooded Murder
Seattle, Sep. 3. News reached here
this evening of a brutal murder last
evening at Chief), William 8. Fletoher,
a well known steamboat man, was shot
twice and instantly killed by Servlus
Rutton, a rancher. Rutten shot
Fletcher's dog, and the latter went to
the cabin where Rutten was and de
manded $10 payment for the dog. He
cursed Rutten and said be would lick
him, and finally told blm he mnst pay
for the dog next morning or he wou'd
Rutten then fired both barrels of a
shotgun into Fletcher's head and neck,
tearing away tbe side of his head and
almost severing tbo head from the
body. Rutter was brought to Seattle
and lodged In Jail. Fletcher was a
halfbreed but very popular. Rutten to
a sullen German.
Labor Union Kow.
Chicago, Sept. 4. A party of union
aud nou-uuion pain tola were Baturday
arguing on the merits of the union, and
finally wound up hi a freo fight. The
police were called and the cnibatauts
fled. Emll Bcnuiu, a non-union man,
whs running down the street when
somebody yelled, "Stop, murderer,"
The crowd of pursuers grew from a few
Into hundreds, aud finally surrounded
blm, and, though he he'd I hem at bay
for a time with his revolver, ho was
Anally knocked down with aetone.
Fie then fired four times at the crowd,
bitting Mrs. Anna BtelnhoO, who was
Mw BteinboiT was at first thought to
be killed, but will recover.
Omaiu, BtpU 4. The Labor Day
tbe most successful ever
I U)ta berfc ow 6,000 men were line,
Blaxo at Albany.
Albany, Or., Sept. 4. A firo broke
out this morning in the Delmonlco res
taurant and destroyed tbo building and
contents. It also damaged the adjoin
ing buildlng.oocupled by I. A Morris &
Co., as a feed stor . B th were wood
en buildings. Leuses: It. P. Straban,
buildings, $1000; no insurance; Mrs. S.
A. Sutton, restaurant, $600, fully in
sured In Aetna; Morris & Co., feed
store, (250, insured in Farmers and
Merchants. Several email amounts of
grain and feed stored, $S50,not insured.
The origin of the Are is unknown.
Kansas City, 8ept 4. The woman
suffrage convention has started a cam
paign that is to rack the state continu
ally until the constitutional amedmeuts
are voted upon in the fall of 1894, with
speeches made by Susan B. Anthony,
Helen Gouger, Mrs. Lease, Anna L.
Dlges, Mrs. Emma J)ovoo, Mrs, Sands
A Sheriff Short.
Little Book, Bept. 4. A. Z. Reln
hardt, sheriff and tax collector of Prai
rie county, Ark., one of the best known
officers in tbe stato, is short nearly $40,
000 in bis accounts. He baa left for
The Catholic Congress.
CulcAQO,Sept.4.-At the Catholio con
gress Baturday Archbishop Felhan de
livered an address of welcome, followed
by Arohblshop Henuessy, Dubuque, on
A Catholio View of Education." The
key to his address is contained in tbe
"To speak of educating man la this
or that science, In these or those
branohe usually taught in our schools,
with a view only to his comfort hore
for a few, very few years, and to make
no other provision for his welfare, is to
betray a stupid, shameful ignorance of
who and what be is. It is to deny
practically the immortality of tbe soul,
the supernatural and to treat him as an
animal. This is sheer materialism.
rom me contagion ": vww ui
education and Its conWimrrm,:my
heaven preserve cqreiieiBeryTgJlsrtfr
gious and sooular education sfeeald not
be divorced and cannot be divorced
without detriment to both. As the
separation of soul and- body means
death and dissolution, tbe separation
of religion, aad aeteaeer wHl Inevitably
result In the corruption of the latter.
They who, for obvious reasons, oppose
religious instruction In the schools, say
the proper place for It Is the home and
the oburob. Religious Instruction is
not given at home, nor will It be, for
an excellent reason parent, as a rule,
have neither time nor Inclination, nor
ability to give it. As to a Sunday
school, conducted by young ladles and
gentlemen, a moment's reflection will
suffice to realise of how little it to. It
Is simply ridiculous, as a provision
for the great work. And what is one
hour one day out of seven?"
Deata List Growing.
Charleston, 8. 0., Sept 4. A full
Investigation or tbe condition of affairs
on tbe coast of Carolina after the late
storms findd the reports not exaggerated
The loss of life will aggregate 800InBeau
fort county between Charleston and
Savannah. Tbo storm Bwept away most
of tbo homes as well as the growing
cropsandleft the people In a destltuto
state. Tbe loss of life and property Is
found to be the greatest on St. Holena,
Wasso, Cooaaw, Paris, Dawfuskie and
Dathan Islands. These islands together
with Port Royal Island have a popula
tion of about 16,000 most of whom are
neirrocs. Estimates at ibis time as to
tbe loss of lire are Incomplete, There
are a great many lives lost that will
never be reported as tbe bodies have been
covered or carried out Into the ocean.
Reports show there Is great distress
amonir the colored people. Their
horns have been washed away ana
their crops destroyed. There to no
work for them to do and they are suf
fering for food. Ex-CoagresscMa Elli
ott says starvation Is sure and Immi
nent. A relief committee to organized
and an address to being prepared call
ing on tbe Amerlean people for help.
Snipping has suffered and nine-tenths
of the vessels In Port Royal and Beaa
fort are wrecked. Tbe phosphate In
dustry has been temporarily paralysed
by the loss of dredges and tugs and
damages to drying plants.
Bam Fbancisco, Bept. 2. Wheat,
Chicago, Sept, JJ. Cash, 3J De
Portland, Bept 2. Wheat valley.
J valley, .IttJQ.M; Walla Walla .821085
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Labor Day In Portland.
Portland, Or., Sept. 4. Labor day
in Oregon is being observed In this
olty by a parade of the various unions.
Afternoon exercises on the city plaza
will consist of addressee by prominent
speakers. This evening a banquet will
be provided by the ladles auxiliary.
Kansas City, Sept. 4. Today'B La
borDay parade eclipsed all previous
demonstrations of Its kind,
Denver, Colo., Bept. 4.-Owing to
tbe strenuous objections of the widows
and friends, It has been decided not tt
hold an autopsy on the body of Di.
Thatcher Graves, who suicided In jail
I suffered from billlousness, Indiges
tion, etc., Simmons Liver Keuululoi
i urea after doctors failed. W. D,
1855 Street letter boxes placed in
various public stations in London. A
century earlier the devico had boen tried
in Paris, bnt failed owing to tho unwill
ingness of the people to trust their cor
respondence to these unguarded recep
tacles. 1850 Tho British Postal Guide first
appeared. London and tho suburbs
divided into postal district
1801 Postofllce Baving banks begun in
England; interest, 3J per centj tho gov
ernment responsible to depositors.
1803 An international convention ro-
fcttea; postal arr asge-sents was hold
at Paris. "
1803 A uniform 8 cont letter postaE
rato was fixed by the United States.
1800 Tho postmaster general of Great
Britain was empowered to purchaso tho
otoetrkv telegraphs for. tlte purpose- of es
tablishing a postal telegraph system.
1870 Amoney order systom was estab
lished between England and Franc? by
virtue of a special convention.
1870 Postal cards wcro first Issued to
the pnbllo for um in correspondence. Re
ceived at first with little- favor.
1870 Abolition of tho nowspapor
stamp for posting papers. Registered
papers and pamphlets allowed to bo sent
1871 The existing postal system of
tho Gorman empire was put in opera
tion, with about 0,000 offices.
1871 A pigeon post was established be
tween Paris and Tours during tho siege.
Forty-eight day mails and 1,180 night
mails woro sent.
1674 A genoral international postal
convention of all the powers of Europe
and the United States of America was
held at Berno and a uniform rato of 5
cents fixed for half ounce letters. St.
ODD3 AND ENDS.
London has 60,000 telephones.
Nutmegs are very strong narcotics.
The World's fair bos two miles of lunch
As a rnlo women have better eyesight
Geese In migrating often travel over
Tho first almanac wus printed in Hun
gary in 1470.
Tho father of Barry, the historical
painter, was n sailor.
Tho will-o'-the-wisp is caused by the
decay of vegetable matter.
In northern Siberia the ground U
frozen to a dopth of 600 fcot,
Quocn Victoria has about 40 jwt dogs.
Her greatest favorites are collies.
The catacombs of Rome contain tho
remains of about 6,000,000 people.
Cattle were Introduced into Virginia
in 1606, Into New Esflaad in 1624.
The father of Thackeray was a clerk
in the service of the East ladl a company.
Try eqaal parts of aoaI and tur
pestlae for removis p at,4kea wash
The cuckoo never makes a sect, bnt
lava a solitary eg in the nest of some
The most intricate piece of clockwork
in tbe world to the great astrosoalcal
dock at Sttesbarg.
As early as the year 780 A D. a duty
was levieaoa tea that grew wild in the
Wkkelssaa, the German phUceepber,
was tbe son of a shosaaker a-4toneK
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
England's Crop Failure.
London, Bept. 4. The gathering of
the harvests in Great Britain Is practl
call finished. With scarcely an excep
tion the results are described as the
worst known, being even below the
Paris, Sept. 4. The result of the
elections in all oxcept seven districts
arc known. In tho new chamber tbe
Republicans of all shades will have 513;
From the Senate.
Washington,D. O., Sept., 4. There
was a sharp contest In the senate today
letweon capital and labor, and capital
roa. Allen tbe now Populist eeuator
from Nebraska, attempted to secure an
idjournmont In houorof Labor day
and was only seconded by Pefler, Irby
and others. Voorbees warmly opposed
the proposition, aud Insisted that no
greater compliment could be paid
lab r, than to proceed at once to the
consideration of Important legislation
before the senate. Voorhees carried
the day 41 to 8. Tho repeal bill was
Cullom addreseod tbe senate in favor
of repeal. Mitchell of Oregon, inter
rupted Cullom and asked whether If
the Sherman act was repealed there
ronld be any provision -by whlcJ.sll
ver would be coined. Cullom replied
that there was not to his knowledge.
Mitchell asked what was to lecoma of
the 50,000,000 .ounces or silver lu the
treasury, Cullom replied that he sup
posed tbe party In power would devise
proper aad wise mcasurej to meet tfaa
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and Cooking Experts say
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