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fT ' S&J& mm omut BookCoupon f) A PTT A T A JOURNAL. oun SATURDAY, HATOiltfAY, vol. a. 333 i'Ti' ft Jeff A GOOD RESOLUTION FOR YOU TO MAKE TODAY WOULD BE TO ABANDON ONOM FOR ALL THE OLD UtUSDIT PLAN, SEE WHAT A SMALL AMOUNT OF CASH WILL BUY FOB YOU AT A CA8II HOUSE. " Th? N?W York UARRIE8 A GREATaVARIETY OF ' E. T. BARNES, State Ins. Block. Keeping Pace With the Times. Have your business accounts kept in PERFECT books, sucb are The Frcy Patent Flat Opening Books. Books tbat are worthy of tbe patronage and praise of tbo Government Of ficials of tbe State of Oregon, and tbe greater portion of tbe mercbautlle men of the State, are surely deserving of a trial by everyone. Manufactured In Oregon ONLY by The Meaton-Dygert Book Mfg. Co., Proprietors ot THE CAPITAL CITY BINDERY. Binders to tbe State of Oregon, Printers and Lithographers, Salem, Oregon. 500,000 OSWEGO -. FALL 1892, We would call tbe attention of dealers, and large and small planters, to our large and varied assortment of Fruit Trees and Small Fruits, Ornamental, 8bade, Nut and Evergreen trees. Our trees are clean, Bmootb, and first-class in every respect. Bend for catalogue and price list. Address, . Walling & Jarisch, jJSTMention this paper. - Os"weg6, Oregon. A. N. HALE8, Proprietor. R. H. PRICE, Manager. A. N. HALES" LIVERY. (Successor to It. R. Ryan.') Livery. Feed and Boarding Stable. A full supply of Horses and Buirgies on band. Horses boarded by day, week Liberty and Ferry streets," East of Willamette hotel. J. W. TflORNBORS, THE ri'IIOLSTURER. Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in tbe trade enables me to turn out first-class work. Samples of; coverings. No trouble to give estimates. State Insurance block, Cbemeketa street. CHURCHILL. Spraying OfflBb, e 103 BURROUGHS State Street. F. T. HART, 2tt COMMERCIAL STREET. liTABLI6HED 1870. WILLIAM NILES & CO., Los Angeles, California. BREEDERS AKD EXTORTERS OF Ed. C. "THM PEOPLE'S 1APJBR.M t I ' - i b J STAPLE ARTICLES, SUCH AS STOCK AND PRICE8. TCRKKS l NURSERIES. SPRING, 1893. or month. Office at stable, corner of - LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR. INCORPORATED 1801 FINE CATTLE, BOGS, TOUL'IKY. Berkshire k Poland-China Pigs a Specialty. Fancy Poultry, All Varieties. FggsVor Hatching, Incubators. Nik Puclflo Coast Poultry and Stock, Illustra ted. 60 cents by mail. J0HEND FOR CIRCULARB.-t Cross, Wlwleaale aa Retail Beater la Freak, Salt ami SaMked Meats af MUlaiu 05 Court fief 110&tumreU. Choice Meats HALJBM, .,,' ;i EVERY ONE NEED8. BEE THEIR 'Eat food Slowly. Eat all cold food nlowlv. Digestion will not begin till tbo temperature of tbo food baa been raised by the heat of the Htoinuch to 08 degrees. Honco the more heat that can bo imparted to it by slow mastication tho bettor. The precipitation of u large quantity of colil food into tbo stomach by fast eating may, and often does, cause diw-omfort and indigestion, and every occasion of this kind results in a meoHurable injury to tbe digestive functions. Ice water drank with cold food of course increases tho mis chief. Hot drinks hot water, weak tea, chocolate, etc. will on tho con trary help to prevent it But eat slowly anyway. Jonness Miller's Il lustrated. A Dog- That Pound rlano. A Boston dog, a pug, sits upon a piano stool and accompanies a rather irregular und spasmodic song of his own with lively piano playing. He hammers tbe keys loudly or softly as his master calls "forte" or "piano." This dog's performance, however, is with direct reforence to a pieco of cake which, his master holds in his band, and he seldom taken his eyo off the cake while .he is singing and playing. It is needless to say that there is nothing melodious about this performance. Youth's Comp&nio. f-----T--"W--- -- - t V - - . -. COMPLETE MANHOOD AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT. At lut medical work that telle the suace. peared forearn M pagea. armr sae beartec a fcalf lona IlliutraUon lo tint. Soma of tbe eebjeeu treated are Nerroaa Db uir.lBWO tenor, steriutr. Derelopment, Varicocele, Tbe Huabend. Thoee Intandlnc Marriage, ate. Awry Jtait telio w)M know tkt Oraud Itof M, IK ruxin rbett. the Old Btcrttt and ttw DU OOV4H4I 0 Medienl Rctenct at appUtd to Mmr rUd US', vka taow&f atom for jvuf foMt ami nroidfulHrt rltaltt. thmiltt trrU for tMt WOSDKHTVt LlTTLK BOOK, . .. It will ba aeat f rea, nndar acaJ. while tha adl tloa laata. If oonrrnlent asoloaa ten eanu to p pottago alona. xddfwi aka pUabara, ERIE MEDICAL CO., BTJTFAL9, IT. Y. Dr. Powell ReeYfts & Co., Th Old Rfllabl SpolallsU, UU of New York Uoapltala. Gndoat wtak Ki(b Iloaon. Twanty ream' aipartase aa Profeaaor, Lecturer, Author b4 - BpaclalUt lu Cbroalo Dlaaaaaa. Oatarrk, Bronoaltte, Cough and Dttfoaltjrof Bre&tkiag SBCoMfa) Ir treated withapexjlf to reseoiM tkorotigaly tMieaua proTdbr tk OLD MCTOI Wko It ee of Batmrc'i KOblMaea. thoronghly daroted to hl profloB and eyr ready to help tk aMUotcd. 1ERY0US MKUTT 4,1 WSS oitddle afed ma. tTht awful aJSaojaWarlylt). dUcretlon, pro4netBf weakneaa, U)t JtAH HOOD, Blfbt mlaaTooa, ezbaiutlac rm, huhfulHcaa. loaa of etiercr. waatnaaa of bet body and brain. UBftUlac mm for atwlr, bnafnaaa aad marruga, treMM wita aerer mtu Oat eured aad be a mi BLOOD i olll i. aeree. aeeia. alat. Tubllltlo uI&t,rhtuiatlam,erBpUaa,ea, aervtuva. alf kind. Wood poiaoo Ireee aar oauae waate' aifklBd. Moea poiaoo freat aar oauea wba cured proapUj, toaH artteat pof aealthlnU -...v , UDKEI AID UKIIAMI ,mSXwu. dar.aadlroeot lo urine, brick duet or whites pa4a wbfle oriBatlat. frequwer of i Brtaht'e dUaae ami all dlaeaMa of the Madder of both PIT! IB II throat, luBn,llTar.dTHS. to tlTAlIB gaatlon, and all dUeatea atVWaf tha boweU. atomacb, el.r dUirhoea, dneaUrr, ete, TiuWatofthlaehrcterreueTedeaaJ euraeefcettdMaoonaaiipnibla. -4. P11MTI 1SSIS!VSSS33A oarteeaondeaee aad aaadMuaa aejl immi fraai oaaarVettna; Jaatoaa caata a ataaaaa le beak aalaaaal ieaHM. AdeVeea, IR.PnpYEU IEEVES CO. Racket i.. J J I i ejV . fkeBBBBBBa OKJCOOK, MONDAY, MAY . ,, Mac ' ' " "raa; AH ' SHfcriNK frm n Terrible ' IMWMCir ajaaeaaaay LOSS OF UPE FROMAN EXPlSfON, J aUMaaaaBMja FiMiIl)jrf JttW ittriM m takt BAOKAMlrirTO, May at-Tbati-Miliif bm toay pubfmun imkmhmI aterjr bent jrowBtJaWM, tHUat4 Mwfrajr, who to Htmtmn,trem m UMk ot flMatolff. ' JfttfbbMttlUWWt)vlMI go, berro w4 k tbWMea a ntjkkw lag fttrawrr d4 ,b day while aajwk lag tbe bridle tbelfcom Meesed, tbrew log foam lata, Mfrray'a face aad eyee.1 He -Imply tthJlit tbe anhwalj wa Hfferlng fro aoW. A tew dye later Murray begaa toezptikBeeter rrbreralnala bfebead and, bow Me body la a maw -of runnlbg aorea and pbyelehtna are of ibe opinion tbat tbe ease will prove fatal to the mas from wboea "Murray borrowed 'theberae. Who la also. down wltb tbe diaeaee. Seller Xxpledei. Kkene,N.H., May 22. A battery offlve bollera atBeavor Mills exploded ihte afternoon, wrecking a building, killing and Injurlne a number of per aona, Two are known to be dead and one fatally hurt. It Is not ksowB whether all tbe dead and injured are found. , PaabloH Resort Fire. Baranao Lake, Nt V., May St A disastrous Are Is reported at Hotel Wuubeoou the Upper Baranao lake. It Is reported some lives are lost. ' ' Big Jlre Loss. Toledo, May 22. The Uratty Glass work., TIflln,ObIo, are burning. Tbey are believed to be a, total loss, valued at nearly a quarter of a million. ' TT-r.' KELIOIOTJS OATHKKIKOB. Snggs Overtures Go to an Aatl-lriggs Baptist Commission. Wabhinciton, D. C. May 22. At this mornings eesalou of tbe general as sembly there wits a sharp struggle over tbe matter of reference of overture lo the Brlggs case. There waa consider able misunderstanding and much con fusion for a time, but lu tbe end all tbe Brlggs overtures wore referred to-tbe Judiciary committee. Tbe general assembly adopted a res olution declaring tbat any attempt feerearter to open the gate Sundays (will be a gross affront to Christian cob- ecleuce and a flagrant breach of faitb, Baptist Meettag. Denvek, May 22. Every incoming train ibis morning waa loaded wltb delegates to the Baptist national annl. versary which gathers here. Three thousand visitors are expected. Tbe Woaaau'a Home mlsslou soelety con vened at 10 a. ra. SELLINO VIAHOWDX. Vu gwlss Exhibit OleMd at tke World's Fair. Chicago, May 22. There Is a row In tbe world's fair. Tt came about In this way: Saturday afternoon Cus toms officers arrested P. . Nemltz, agent for a number of Kwlss exbibtors, for selling a diamond brooch contrary to tbe law, all foreign goods' being un der bond for payment of duty before aale. Tbe officers then took la eaetody tbe BwIm exhibit. Wbea tbe Swiss commissioner beard of it be became very angry, claiming tbat though tbe offloers bad a right Vi arrest the offeari- lagageut,they bad no right to take bos- eselou of tbe entire ex blbft, Hetbere- fore at once closed tbe exhrbH aad tele graphed tbe Bwiss BilaMer at Vab- iDgton, stating his acllOB Aatl Civil Serrke. iMWANAroMH, Ind., May 22. tr, B, Bwlft and Koulke, tbe eomailttee to In vestigate tbe charge of partisanship In tbe Terre Haute jwnt office, have for warded a report to Washington. Tbey Mnd tbat Poetmsster Dunbaa dis Eslssed employes right and left, lu utter disregard of elvll service rules, aad de clared himself In nppeeitlen to elvll aervlee law. Tbe report elosea wltb tbe questien: "Bbould uh peat BMSter be peraillted te remain la pub- He srvkse7" Big geutkweet aHriks. FnruwaUi, Ksu., Majr Jat latest laAMiaUemawtate l wlaaw' sisike BOY, USE Al MAN, Mtf, IBM, nslfc ssBaidftas will ptn4 All otef tll HMbWHii jci0 hundred mlfifi In Jhfkw nd OraWfVd oUHtrM quit today, nlw tb&M on Yr rlrrtflel, nd ll Krlp itilntri (Mll lenllit, atta.aeaaeJeSBiaMaMiaiy ISlllSjSjC l WITKDRAWAI 01 DlTlLtliKlC Tke reigttt Ynt 14 Amt rrt Vjmb1 to nt 1M Hnt Mi. I'KOMfA, May , Ma(trs fm quieted down some In the wlitoky trust troubles here, l're(denl (ireetiliut Mid I hid morning tiiat the trust's attorney waa considering tbe withdrawal of the Peoria drttlHeflea, and und pfomleed'ati opinion during tbe day. Until that Is reeetved, he could say nothing, He certainly bad no feaf of a receivership, aa tbe eowpany Is paying all bis bills aa presented. Representative of seoed lag dletlllerfea view their action la a 'different way tbls morning. They say tbey took possession of their property as any owner might do wbeu hie rent h) not paid, but have no intention of abandoning tbe trust. In fact tbey ad mit tbey were bluffing yesterday, bud say everything will be arranged satis factorily. J TBUflT STOCK DROPS. Iftcw YoHK,May 22. The wlthdraw- al of Ave distilleries from the whiy trust caused a break in stock at opening or stooK exonange mis morning irom 17 to lg'. Afterwards it rallied to 10. Sb larthiBAke. Arkansas City, May 22. An earth quake shock was felt here Saturday night Houses trembled and dishes rattled. Tbe dr&Yes Murder Case. Dbmvkh, May 22. The district court baa granted a change of venue to Col orado Springs In tbe case of Dr. Tbateber Graves, charged With murder of Mrs. Barnaby, Tbe prosecution will try tbla afternoon to have the order re voked. Oralssr Starts. r BocrrorT, May 22. The new United Btstes cruiser New York started tbls morning on an ofllclal trip. vane mini nac stfTfTATTnv. - ayx-; Bcheaie of tbe Six Companies to Taka Advantage of the Law, 8L1I' IN PHOH MEXICO. Piedrab NsaRAfl, Mexico,May 22. A party of Chinese numbering 250 ar rived here from tbe Interior of Mexico, and this morning divided Into squads and left for points up and down the river. It Is believed it is their inten tion to smuggle themselves into the United States, and tbey were brougui here by an agent for tbat purpose, The United States authorities will keep a close guard oa the river. Nearly all of those who arrived here last night came from Cuba. Will laforee tbe Law. Washington, May 22. Secretary Carlisle said today tbat be would cer tainly enforce tbe law as to deporting Chinese, as far as tbe means at his dis posal would permit. He Intended to begin with that clan of Chinese who are In this' country Illegally, having come In contravention of the law of 1886. Having sent this class out of tbe country, be would then turn his atten tion to tbe other and larger class, those who bave failed to comply with tbe Geary Law as to registration. But 110,000 rsmalus of the appropriation for tbe present fiscal year to carry cut this law, but $60,000 will be available for tbat purpose July 1 next. San Fkancibco, May 22. The gf gaa tie sebesue of the Blx Companies to de feat or evade the Geary aet la no longer a secret. In brief, it Is that If tbe law is to be enforced, tbe Chinese are going to deport tbecaeelves, not to China, but to Mexico, South Amerlca.nd British Columbia, and there wait until some plan has been prepared by tbeBlx Com pastes for their return to this country , Tbe latter organisation k withdrawing as rapidly as possible all the laborers from the vineyards, farms, mills, kltcb ens and mines lu tbe Interior of the state, aad are sending them to a polut near tbe Mexican line or tbe border of British Columbia. It has been learned tbat tbe steamship Queen, which wltb two or three sister ships has been lying at anebor In the bay nerr Sauaallto for aseatbs, was being'fltted out ss rapidly as passible wltb a crew, being provis ioned and put la readiness te go te sea, andjt is understood that tbe other ships mentioned are also to be put la read I nsss for a sea voyage at esee. If furth er llsee for regietratlou Is refused, then tbe Cbl nese who are near tbe southern or Bortbera bordeMeaa quietly rnaresj luto Mexlee or bVHWti ColumW and tbes in Km Fraaeleee wlH be lead daa "'JMMAY'0 KJ.W8 TOfM ...,,. g .ifa,.M..M w- -" '"Iff I li-lT SXm Hlglieat of nil In tavenltiK VtmtiUltit V, U Gov't fttpri m AB500TTELY PURE ships will go up and down the coast, picking tip the Chinese who will have congregated at out-oMbe-way ports In California, Oregon and Washington, When the ships are loaded, the Chinese will be landed In Mexico, principally, where It Is said they can easily find work but whether work or not, tho Six Companion will take cure of them for a time at least, 1IOTICH TO TltR nANKH. "As a further evidence of the luten tlou of the Blx Companies lo mako some big move soon, It may be stated that Thursday last the various banks in which the compaBles have their cash deposited were notified that the entire amounts of deposits would prob ably be withdrawn within the next 10 or 90 days upon a few hours' notice. As it is claimed' that there is Upward of 1026,000 deposited lu tbe banks here by the Chinese, the Importance of such notification to the banks can be readily understood. The object of the Six Companies In making tbe move out lined is evidently to cripple every in dividual and concern employing Chi nese labor, and to cause as much of a stringency In tbe money market a pos slble, aud by tbls means create a de maud from the white people for the re turn of the Chinese. The reason for their undertaking tbo expense of do porting tbe unregistered Chinese are, first, to leave for deportation by tbe United States authorities only such Chinese as may bo refused landing n China, namely, the lepers, maimed, sick, halt, blind, etc Bluce the United States can only deport Chinese to China, tbe Six. Companies, even If tbey sbeuld eventually get n modifica tion of tbe law, would find all tbelr able-bodied men too far away to bring them back, but with them in Mexico and British Columbia, the expenre would be trifling to have thorn return." rowBioK mews. FollMcs In Germany Dominion News France. Berlin, May 22. Though It would still be rash and premature to attempt to predict tho fate of tbe diverse groups ta the coming elections for members of the relchstsg, it can safely be said If the government will, offer a slight conces sion In tbe army bill regarding tbe two years service with colors It will get a majority In tbe next house to svpport tbe bill. As tbe contestants arrange themselves for the approaching battle It grows evident tbat tbe split In the freMnnlge party la widening and a larger faction of tbat political group than was first expected will be sent to ward the side of tbe government. A somewhat similar condltian of affairs exists in the center par,ty. Another factor promising well for tho govern ment Is tbe growing tendency of tbe national liberals to act In concert with the moderate section of the frelslnnlge party. A notable feature of tbe situa tion Is the conservative agitation against Chancellor von Capri vl. Wblie supporting tbe army bill, the conserva tive papers sjpport any candidate who gives assent to protectionism, dlmetal lUmand antl-Semltlsm. The conserv ative candidates proclaim that the chancellor's commercial ol!oy Is ruin ing tbe empire, and demaud tbat be be replaced by a man better versed in economic and financial questions. Count Euleuberg, president of the Prussian council of ministers, and Dr. Mlquel, Prussian minister of finance, are the present Ideals of tbe chiefs of the new cabinet. Politics baa as yet produced no effect os prices on tbe bourse, through the events in Austria and the currency movement in America bave Influenced tbe market. Tbe growth of the agita tion In favor of bimetallism, linked as It now Is with tbe strong nomervatlve raetton. makes many people nervous ever tbe permaaeHt gold standard. In tbe agrieultural districts, where exag gerated notlens prevail regarding the strength of tbe agrarian party, a large number ef holders of land mortgages are Mperted to be withdrawing tbelr iavHey,beMvlag they will eseape bvlng repaid la depreciated paper or sliver, Tbe beMef la a return to Mmctaltsm hat bold la trading waters. V," NO, t0, Powder , Jm A NlWOOMSft'fl OPHfldlf. Er, Journals Wilt you kindly pt mlt me m a newcomer to Salem to say a few words about your beautiful etty and public buildings. For granted tb permission has been gives, I wLjt state tbat 1 am more than pleased with tha arrangement of the city, tbe width of the streets, and tbe substantial struotlon of buildings. Your, nifjeent state bouse, your public sebool bouses are worthy of more than a pass ing notice. The cannery and woolen mills would be a oredlt to cities tbatara more pretentious than Salem, lykd ted tho asylum, and, having for many years been connected with. tbeJNapn atate asylum for tbe Insane in Califor nia, I v-'as prepared to Judge or pass an oplulnu. I was kindly met by Bupt." Rowland and after a pleasant con verna tion was Introduced to his assistant physicians, Drs. Williamson and Grif fith, whom I found entertaining and obliging, and bad the Interest of the. Institution first and uppermost In their hearts. I was conducted through the wards by an attendant, (and as I was at borne there) I was surprised at the cleanliness of tbe wards and the com forbtble manner In wbloh the patients were enjoying themselves. It was al most an inducement to go Insane to en- ' Joy such comforts as I found the pa tients of the Oregon state asylum had. Tho patients seem to be surrounded aa If tbey were at home. Clean beds, good clothing, baths when desired, good wholesome food, add, better still, fo gennemaniy ana jaayune attendants who kindly administer to tbe wsjtts. Those who have relatives unfortunate ly at this asylum ean rest assure of ' , good, kind treatment and the very best.--, of medical attention. Drs. Rowland, Williamson aud Griffith are alive to their work, and th&se poor unfortunates are in kind hands, I know there'' are those who would assail Institutions of this character, start rumors afloat to in- ' Jure the management, but 'let them know how try lug, and what patleneelt ' requires to manage an Institution of tbls character. It requires brains to know how to proceed.' Tbey most themselyes pass through the ordeal ami then they would forever hold their pBAC9 Lest I trespass too much I will close. i G. V. BoatM. Salem, May 21. PERSONAL GOSSIP. John D. Rockefeller, the millionaire' ell magnate, Is a great advocate of phys ical culture. Mrs. Pierpont Morgan's correspond ence is so large that she is obliged to employ a private secretary. Ex-Secretary Stephen B. Elkina W to bave his portrait painted by Benjamin Constant, tho French artist. Joslah Qnincy, tho assistant secretary of state, Is a strong believer in ere.ua tion as a means of disposing of the hn rnan dend. Father George Deahon, noting superior of tbe Paullst Fathers, graduated la the same class with General Grant and was in service during the earlier years of the) war, Mrs. Jeff Davis befog la straitened cir cumstances, the Charleston News and Courier urges that she be made president of tbe South Carolina Industrial sad Normal College For Women. Sixty-one naval offieers will be retired oa account ef the age limit during Presi dent Cleveland's administration. The best known is Rear Admiral Gherardi, who will retire from active daty on Nov. 10, 1844. D, O. Hall of gpartansburg, Pa., 'has one of tho finest coin collections in the state. It comprises over 6,000 pieces and .contains a coin of each of tbelil CiesarB, said to be the only eomplete se ries hi the United States. Letter Carrier Charles Tyler of New York city has been 48 years in the serv ice, and in tlutt time, it is esttwated. walked 800,480 miles. When he entered the service, there were only six earriers attached oto the offloe. Now there are about 1,900. Mar uUSaUiw.) "Why do vow apply for tbiu when I advertised for a Froaeh t Yoa are Irish "Thru for ye, mlm. Bt I thowsAI mobheyea dJdVtkaaw tM'CjW; ffnje? J Ja auasj ajSaTaaaunaaas' avBaypassnpaaa eateUeUBjnunsnjjjBj leSaUBa YrilUalw ''aaH1IW"iafAfl"fBBl laaauwBadblr) ejjasBvHB w a wwww4 shhs ffenk paaaajarai 5 -fr dWalaJfc!.