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HALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Q, 1898.
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wool suit, Navy Blue, war
ranted fust color!, for $5.
a W. J01MS0N & SON.
H. W. COTTLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agency
Representing the following well-known and reliable Cempanies: t,
8TATE INSURANCE CO., Etna Insurance Co.,
Traders' Insurance Co., dun Insurance Co..
National Insurance Co., Westchester fire Ins. Co.,
Lion fire Insurance Co., Imperial Fire Insurance C.,
London j: Lancashire Fire Ins. Hoc, London Ajuuranoe corporation,
Alliance Asuraooe Co., Norwloh Union Fire Ins.8oe.
Oldest and Leading Firm In the City Devoted Exclusively to Insurance.
J. Jrf. TflORNBDRG,
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade
enables me to turn out flrst-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
give estimates. State Insurance block, Cbemeketa street
ED. Meeker & Co,,
OFFICE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, Salem.
W. A. TEMPLBXON, Agent.
F. T. HART,
247 COMMERCIAL STREET.
At the Commercial street bridge near Willamette Hotel. New; stock and ve
hicles being added constantly. Only the best wrviTOrenderM.o shabby
rigs nor poor horses. H. L. LAMOUREUX, Proprietor.
West Printing Ca,Sf3E
do better work than eyer. Country orders receive prompt at
203 Commercial St.,
MITCHELL, mm ft, CO.,
245 Commercial Street.
American Fire Insurance Co., Phlla.
Home Insurance Co , New York.
Norwich-Union Ins. Co.. Liverpool.
Palatine Inburauce Co,. Manchester.
Owr Oae JfilUoa Dollars Deposited With SUU Treasurer of Oreg o for
Pmeetiea of Policy Holders in Oregon only.
All Lomm JLiljMUd 4 Pali Tiroagh Salem Agency on FoUcies Written
In Mriaa,Pdk, Yamhill and Linn CoiatM.
Also Write Lifcand Aoetowt lawance in Bst Compn( h tb World.
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Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Heats or aMKlnds
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
Western Assurance, Toronto, Canada.
Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.
Home Mutual, Ban Francisco, Cal.
CRISP KNOCKED OCT.
The Speaker Not Suc
cessful on Rules.
TOE VETERANS IN COUNCIL.
Californians Shook Up by
THREE JUDGES IN JAIL
Repeal Bill May Bo Indefinitely
VASHiNaTON,Sept. 0. Senate Cul
lom introduced a bill to repeal all acts
for the creation and maintenance of a
sinking fund, referred.
Resolutions were reported from the
committee on privileges and elections
granting $2,500 each to John B. Allen,
of Washington, Lee Mantle of Mon
tana, and A. C. Beck with of Wyoming,
for time and expenses in prosecuting
their claims to seals in tbo senate, re
Tbo senate proceeded with tbo repeal
House. The committee on rules, pre
sided over by Speaker Crisp was this
morniug forced to publicly aoknowledg
their defeat in tbo house; in their effort
to lead the Democratic majority and se
cure the adoption of the rule making a
hundred members a quorum in the
c )mmlttee of the whole.
When the house resumed the debate
on rules, the announcement was made
tbat the committee In deference to tbo
objection of some prominent Democrat
ic members, decided to abandon tbat
The house adopted the new codo 01
rules without dlvisiou, and adjourned
. Grand Army Day.
Indianapolis, Sept. 0. This Is a
busy day for the G. A. R. veterans.
The first session of the encampment
opened at 0:30. Among the reports to
the National encampment is that of
the special committee on legislation.
The object of the appointment of this
committee was to secure the enforce
ment of two federal laws almost totally
disregarded for many years: First,
providing that those discharged from
military or navat service by reason of
wounds or sickness should have pref
erence In appointment to public ofllce.
Tbo other In regard to recommending
ve'erans to business men and firms of
the country for lucrative employment.
Reddino, Cal. Sept. 6. Quite a se
vere shock from an earthquake was
felt here at 8:22 o'clock this morning It
was preceded by a rumbling and lasted
several seconds. The vibrations were
north and south, and no damage was
Collision at Sea.
PBT Townsenu, Sept. 6, The bark
Bonanza and schooner Excelilor col
lided this morning, near Port Angeles,
Tbo Bonanza was badly injured and
the Excelsior put Into Port Angeles.
Washington, D. C, Bept 6. A
senator prominent as an opponent of
repeal placed the majority of repealers
at 8, but declares that the vote on that
T. iTn nin oU
aadlura bi4 mrf? eowe4
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d i0ux Kkrfln-lr. yjUA $lr.
I IS A WONDERFUL
M peopM. if bub.
iwnrr wane cowrxKv.
provision will be Indefinitely postponed.
It la Intimated that there is a strong
possibility of the revival of the Blond
Allison law. Silver men openly allege
tbat Voorbees' reason for withdrawing
his 11 o'clock resolution was tbo fenr
that he would be beaten in a vote on It,
Circus Train Wrecked.
Colfax, Call. A terrible accident
occurred on th narrow gauge railroad
at midnight last night. A circus train
went over an embankment Two men
were killed and six hurt.
Judges in Jail.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 6. Three
Judges of the county court of St Clair
county have returned here and went
baok to Jail for contempt of the United
States court, for refusing to order a tax
evy to pay tho bonded indebted
ness to construct a railroad that was
never built. They were released
from Jail on a furlough last Bpringon
pending election to compromise mat
ters. The proposition was defeated and
the Judges will remain In Jail until 1605
when their sentence will bavo becomo
Governor Russell of Massachusetts
has long been noted ns nn equestrian,
and now ho is gaining renown as an ex
pert bicycle rider.
Tho Duko of "Westminster has Bpent
ever 1,000,000 In rebuilding Eaton Hall,
which is now considered to rival Chats
worth as England's finest house.
Edward Burne-Jones is a pallid faced,
dreamy eyed mon of CO years of age and
Welsh extraction, with a silky, strag
gling mustacho and beard dashed with
Mrs. M. T. Van Rensselaer of New
York, distinguished as a writer upon ar
chitectural subjocts, is a tall, slender
blond, with a bright faco and engaging
Mr. Ye, tho Corean minister to tho
United States, and Lis wifo are mem
bers of theJresbJ-terlan chnrcta. Thoy
wear Corean costumes on state ocoa
Miss Dod, the woman tennis champion
of England, recently celebrated her
twenty-first birthday. Sho is also an ex
cellent bicyclist and golf player as" well
as a singer and pianist
Two sons of the late Siamese twins,
Chang and Eng, are living on adjoining
farms which their fathors bought in
Surrey county, N. C, after retiring
from tho show business.
If Representatives William S. Hoi in an
of Indiana and Charles O'Neill of Penn.
eylvania serve out their tonns In the
present congress, tho Fifty-third, they
will each beat tho record for long con
tinned (not coneecutivo) servico In tho
Mrs. Frances R. Lybrand of Ohio has
been on the examiner's corps in tho civil
engineering department of the patent
ottlco at Washington for nbout 10 years.
Railways are her specialty, and sho has
the annual task of passing upon about
8,000 alleged inventions, of which a dozen
may perhaps be practicable.
The Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe is
cutting down expenses all along tho lino.
A Clover Leaf stock train made the
rnn from East St. Louis to Toledo, 451
miles, in 20 hours.
John Taylor has been appointed traffic
manager of the Lehigh Valley under the
new management of tbat company.
William M. Greene, formerly of tbo
Big Four, has been appointed general
manager of the Cincinnati, Hamilton
Tho Jacksonville and Southeastern has
issued a circular to tho effect that it will
not receive leaky oil tanks cars, nor oil
cars from which tho caps were missing.
It is now said that tho Jacksonville and
Southeastern will find an inlet to Chica
go by way of Wutseka, the Toledo, Peo
ria and Western and tho Chicago and
The Wabash now claims to havo one
of the fastest scheduled trains now rnn
In this country. Counting out stops, its
schedule is CO miles an hour between St.
Louis and Toledo.
W. B. Ryder, who Is frequently al
Inded to as the "model superintendent,"
has been reappointed superintendent of
the Richmond and Danville under the
new reorganization echcrae.
W. W. Mayberry, formerly of the
Mexican National railroad and more re
cently of tho Monterey mid Mexican
Gulf, bos been appointed general freight
and passenger agent of the Mexico,
Cuernaraca 0U(i I,ftcl'3 railway,
It is reported that Emily Blgl is shortly
to be married.
Courtenay Thorpo has -postponed his
starring tour for another year.
Henry Leoni and Annie Sutherland
have been engaged for "Venn" by E. ,
STRIKE AND RIOT.
Coal Miners of England Ravag
ing tko Towns.
BLOOD SHED BY SOLDIERS.
Property Destroyed and Train
Stop lor Want of Coal.
London, Sept. 0. Colliery strikers
aro again restless today. Reports from
Alfreton and Chesterfield say that dls
orders nave again broken, out, and thai
residents are panio stricken. A mob Is
beselglng tho publlo houses, he.'olng
themselves to what tbey want A force
of dragoons has been sent to the
Coal is becoming very scarce. The
Midland railway will havo to layofl
thirty passenger trains after Monday,
because of lack of coal.
At Chesterfield, Derbyshire, last
evening tho disorders were particularly
violent and troops from the sixth dra
goon of guards and a company of Irish
fusiliers had been sent tboro to help re
store peace. When the fusiliers ar
rived at Chesteifleld tbey found that
a mob of riotous miners bad poaeeeslon
of tbo colliery premises. Tbo rioters
were dispersed. Tho people of the
towu are In a stato of panto over the
action of the strikers. Tho troops will
remain to prevent further disorder.
Serious riots occurred last night In
Yorkshire. Several colliery buildings
were sacked and burned. Troops were
callod to disperse the rioters and to
guard mlue property.
A miners' riot also occurred at Thim
ble, Wales, last evening and troops of
cay airy were necessary to suppress It.
Six hundred miners marched to the
Mexborough Colliery, in Yorkshire,
and overpowered a small force of police.
They drove oft the officials, set fire to
the offices, sorlously damaglug the
machlnory and book'. Thoy then
marched to the brewery and the brewer
saved his property by rolling out many
barrels of bt or.
The Oregon weather bureau, In its
latest clroular says: "Tuo hop crop Is
demanding the attention of the publlo.
Preparations are being made for pick
ing and securing largo yields. From
the first propitious weather which pre
dominated resulted In securing to tho
hop grower an excellent stand. Now
the vines are laden with burrs, of good
average size and of excellent quality.
Picking will oommonce in some sec
tions on the 7th of Beptembor. Tho
warm, dry weather of the past week
caused the lloo to multiply, especially
on bottom lands where the vines are
green. Tho crop Is so far advanced
towards maturity that there Is little
fear of any material Injury being done
by Insects; should the weather be suffi
ciently warm to axslst-them In Increas
ing.'' In looking over the situation, hop
growers of the best financial ability are
puzzled, Under the present extreme
stringency in money matters, picking
money is very difficult to obtain on or
dlnary collateral, and it Is almost Im
possible to contract hops to tho dealers
with a condition to havo picking mon
ey advanced willioui gelling- very
much the worst of the bargain. Ex
Picking commenced today on a num
ber of large hop ranches hereabouts.
At the Beardsley farm iu Polk county
over a hundred pickers are camped and
begun work this morning. W. II.
Holmes, Geo, Bun and others are also
about to begin.
White pickers will be used almost
exclusively hereabouts, In fact the
only Chinese engsged are la small
bunches, for even the Chinese growers
do uot like them. Geo. Bun Blng, who
has a good crop to pick, says he can
not trust them to any great extent, and
hires mostly white people. It Is to be
hoped this year's action will forever
banish these alien foreigners from fho
John It Carlwrlgbt, of llarrMmrg,
has lust completed the picking of thir
teen acres of an early vaj lety of hops.
Tbey yielded 200 lbstotbVacw, He
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
sold 27 bales of thom for 17 oonts per
pound, which gives him f374.60 per
aoro. He has 23 acres yet to plok.
Tho hops were purchased by Cola Nets
for i'hll JNelS & Co. were shinned Hat
urday from Harrlsburg, and Is said to
bo the llrst lot shipped by a dealer.
Ban Fbanoisoo, Sept. 0. Wheat,
Ciiioaqo, Sept. 0. Cash. 631: Dt-
Portland, Bept 0. Wheat valley,
valley, .02J.05; Walla Walla ,82J85
Ynil will nnlitnm niuil ilnnln. 1 ..,.
have Simmons Liver Regulatut handy.
1870 Doath of Rowland Hill, invontor
of tho penny postngo system ; burled in
18)30 Postal savings banks Introduced
tn Holland and several other countries;
In 1889 tho Swedish nostofilce carried
117,053,755 loiters, postal cards, journals
Tho Chilian postofllco handled last year
17,000,000 lottors and 24,000,000 papors.
Ihore aro 600 postofuces.
China has 8,000 offices for post carts
ind 3,040 offices for runners. Tho amount
of business dono la unknown.
Tnrkey has 1,160 postofilcos, but no
records aro kept of the amount of mail
Thoro wore in 1801 1,402 postofuces In
Mexjco, which handled 180,000,000 lpt
tcrs, newspapers and packages.
Brazil in 1800 carried 18,000,000 lot
tors and 10,000,000 packages of printed
mattor. Thero wero 3,7110 postoflkcs.
Tho annual number of letters that
pdBS through tho world's mails is com
puted at 8,000,000,000; of newspapers,
5,000,000,000. ' I
Tho annual business of tho Swiss post?
offico comprises 110,000,000 letters and
74.000,000 papers. Thero aro 1,485 post
offices and 1,075 letter boxes.
In 1800 tho postal department of Nor
way handled 27,248,400 letters and 1,
653,000 pounds of books.
Tho postal traffic of Tho Netherlands
during 1800 comprised 60,000,000 letters,
80,000,000 postcards, 00,000,000 newspa
pers and 4,000,000 miscellaneous pack
ages. St Louis Globe-Democrat
One of the modes which promiso to bo
favorites among fall fancies Is tho prin
cess of old titno favor.
Caf o noir is the darkest shade of brown
that will bo worn this season. Ujijl or
mud color Is ono of tho lightest
Now Bornno and Alpine cheviots havo
a complication of bars and linos which
aro ljko plaids in their interlacing.
Shot velvet and satin ribbons arrangod
in high spreading choux, coquilles and
fans aro seen upon many stylish French
Among pretty tailor gowns for au
tumn Journeys aro those of fawn colorod
camej's hair roughly flecked with silver
white or petunia red.
Black satin, faille bengallno and other
Insterless or shining silks will bo greatly
in use for church, visiting and reception
dresses this fall and winter.
In tho show of autumn millinery
black roses with black laco and small
but full black feather tips aro among
tho novel trimmings on leghorn, chip
and lace straw hats.
Louis XIV draperies, ovorsklrts and
paniors, both large and small, are dojng
their best on tho other sldo of the water
to becomo promlnont among the roepg
nized features of winter modes,
At a dainty afternoon tea recently the
hostess wore a toilet of black lace over a
cream colored kilted net skirt and waist
A plaited ruche of combined cream and
black laoo stood out around tho wearer's
faco like a misty clond, New York Even
LUUo Post has been engaged to play
in "The Fencing Master" the part for
merly played by Grace Golden, who lias
Joined Do Wolf Hopper's company.
The success that is attending the box
ing kangaroo has prompted sotao one to
train serpents to dance, dotabtlees with
tho object bf giving us the genuine ir
peatlne, Margaret Mather has nottneu uer
agenU to cancel all her engagements, she
having decided to abandon her proposed
return to the stage owing to the unset
tied condition of business throughout the
Will Convene Tcesday. The- bu
premo court, which should have met
yestorday, will not bo In session till
next Tuesday. Judge Moore was on
hand yesterday, but Chief Justice Lord
and Associate Bean are at Seal Rocks
Anti-Chinese. They take no band
In tbo fight at Butteville, but are al
ways busy supplying tho white folks at
Salem with tho best tblugs In the gro
cery and fruit market, Clark &Ep
pley. LETTER LIST.
The follow! uk letters remaining In
the Salem postoffice Bept 0, 1803, un
called for. Those calllnu- for thsm
Browner Mrs L
Campbell A J
Clooman B F
Doty C A
Field J W
Hensley F S
Mitchell AM .
Patterson Thos G
Bobreokhls Mrs M
Starkey R T
Collurd W M
Gilbert E H
Hendsou Leon E
Koonco Mrs S O
McCluro B A
MoFadden Mrs M
Mack H B
Booth G W
Rlppey O A
Smith T E
Williamson Mrs V
Wall W E
GILBERT, P. M.
harmless and ellec-
I suffered from bllllnusnegtf. ludlges-
tlOll. etC.. HIll'nllinH Tivr nnnlll.lnr
cured - ufter doctors fulled. W. D.
Vr. tr.HAVAOE. Superintendent of I'avllllrm
M the iltate fair, can be touud ut the Htete
ln npftca to nernone 'aeilroui or making ex.
UlUltn n any of the department or tbe pavll
flavins exblblta which they with sent to the
WI.llfl. fill . .la AHMl..kln ..-... ....- .
hnuld iee him. KrulU nnd vegetables, rfcla
ouargeto exhibitor and the name or tho
grower, etc., will be attached to eaolt article
sent Kast. ' o S-doUwU
Manufacture Standard I'reMed llrlok,
Molded Brick In all 1'atterni for KronU
and supply the brick for the New (Mem City
1UI1 and nearly all the nno buildings erected
In tho Uipltal City.
Yards near 1'enltentlary, Balera, Or. IW-djr
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU
SA.IflSNX, - Orgon
frlvate work a specialty.
0. 11. CLKMKNT. Manager.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ' ST. LOUIS
I DAYS to
Hours ' ou'ckMt o chkn Md
ta ukr $$
Through Pullman and Teurlit Sleepers, Free
Reclining Chair Chi, EMslag Can.
r or rates aad. general iaforaMtkea. east esv
9M WuttehHi sV. OmeM
State Fair Elubitors