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HAflD TIMES Ofm, month fot Mali Piipnta wiioM foti OAtt gel l 1H Jnnmni hf Mall fur Art f t t Month? ONE CENT DAILY I BUM! Month bjr MK 2"rep(l In AAtnaeat KoJ I'nporn ffant Wk Tims l Oni. CAPITAL J O U JtiN a 1 j 3ft llMMaMrtlUmMtillWtfWWWBBM yoXi. , ..iw.jt;,., "jj: nflL With tho high prices you nro paying for your Dry Gooda, Clothing, Shoos, Furnish ing Goods, Etc., Etc. If not call at tho CASH STORE, Whoro you get tho best bargains for the least money. GOODS Bought for CASH and sold for CASH can be, and aTe sold for a smaller margin than goods sold on time. JBo sure and get our prices. J. W. THOMAS, 297 Com'l, Keeping Pace With the Times. Have your business accounts kepi iu PERFECT books, such aro The Frcy Patent Flat Opening Books. Books that are worthy of the patronace and praise of the Government Of ficials of the Btate of Oregon, and the greater portion of the mercbantile men of the State, are surely deserving of a trial by everyone. Manufactured in Oregon ONLY by Tho Meston-Dygert Book Mfg. Co., Proprietors of THE CAPITAL CITY BINDERY. Binders to the State of Oregon, Printers and Lithographers, Salem, Oregon. H. W. COTTLE & CO., General Insurance Agency. Representing tke following well-known and reliable Cempanies: BTATE INSURANCE CO., JEtaa Insurance Co., Traders' Insurance Co., Hun Insurance Co.. National Insurance Co., Westchester Fire Ins. Co., Ilon fire Insurance Co., Imperial Kire Insurance Co., London $ Lancashire Fire Ins. Boa, London Assurance Corporation, Alliance Ai-surance Co., Norwich Union Firo Ins.Suo. Oldest and Leading Firm in the City Devoted Exclusively to Insurance, J. W. TflORNBORG, TI1E FPHOLSTtiRER. 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, Cbemeketa street. Ed. C. CHURCHILL Spraying OfflfHs, B 103 BURROUGHS State Street. F. T. HART, 247 COMMERCIAL STREET. Lamoureux's Stables, At the Commercial street bridge near Willamette Hotel. New stock and ve hicles being added constantly. Only the best Bervlce rendered. No shabby rigs nor poor hoists. H. L. LAMOUREUX, Proprietor. West Printing First-class Work. 203 Commercial Br., Deutscher Advocat. POSTOFFICE BLOCK, - SALEM.OR. Admitted to practice In all the courts. Special attention given to Herman speak ing people and buslneM at the oountr and state office. K. HOKEK, Notary labile BAGGAGE SALE. The undersigned will Mil at the Bargeant lodging lioLie in Opera lloune block. July 15.1KH. An rone having baggage there U re quitted to get same before sale. ... 6-lS-Sw WC BAHQEANT NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. XTOTICEia HKItEBV GIVEN. THAT THE 1 partnership heretofore existing between O. W.IIawkaanav.c. Lvar Utbl day dls solved by mutual content P. C. Ivar retir ing fom t be Orm. O W. JUwki will collect all bliu doe aud wr out lUndlof amount Haiaat Uve Aim. dliM&l J)AJLY JflWTlOK. YOU SATISFIED Cross s. Wholesale and Retail Denier in Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats of allKinds 05 Court and , 110 State Streets. Choice la LEADING MERCHAN1 TAILOR. Co. BOOK AND JOB Printer.- Reasonable Prices. Salera, Oregon. SIX MINUTE CARS I Thb Races. Can will leave the pottofflce on Every elx mlnutee running tbroagb direct to tbe Kali Grounds at U bourn thai the people wul b attracted to U race. BAMBM, OHJfiGON, BATITKDAY, JULY j!iHA Jin fliH i ii in imi St., SALEM, Christian Endeavor. Montreal, July 8. The Christian Endeavor held half a dozen prayer meetings this morning. The priutipal exercises were held in tbe drill hall in the presence of 700 delegates. A num ber of papers were read. Many dele gates witnessed the parade of the Are brigade. Committee conferences were held in the city churches In the after noon. The New Army Bill. Berlin, July 8. The new reichstag assembled and Chancellor von Caprivi, in a long address said tbe new army bill represented the minimum the gov ernment would accept in either men or money. They were tbe lowest possible consistent with the safety of tbe empire. RECENT INVENTIONS. A portable apparatus for assisting in drawing in perspective. A lather's guide, with one half rigid and the other half flexible and provided with an adjustable latheholdor. A machine for painting roofing plates, consisting of a vat, agitator, adjustable rolls for applying the paint and an end less carrier, A pencil made of aluminium wire, pre pared by annealing the wire and sub jecting tho blanks to a bath of canstic soda and a water bath. A method of making metallic flange! sign letters by electro depositing the metal in a cameo or intaglio mold of glass or other nonconducting material. ODDS AND ENDS. A Paris sculptor says that the day will come when women will be ashamed of too small hands. Tho French Order of the Legion of Honor has 45,000 members, only 20 of whom, or 1 in every 2,250, are women. ' Most of the transportation in Havana is furnished by little horses hitched to a victoria. There are 8,000 of those rigs in that city, and but one horse car lino. Last year 17 sunken rocks hitherto un charted wero discovered in various parts of the globe in tho most convincing man ner possible by ships running on them. RAlCnOAD TIES. Mexico has officially drawn tho line at ticket scalpers and pooling. The first elevated railway in England is in process of construction at Liverpool. The New Haven and New York and New England have reached on agree ment for east bound traffic. The Pennsylvania has created the new office of superintendent of insurance, to which Hugh B. Ely has been appointed. One of the five heavy passenger en gines which the Lake Shoro recently purchased from tho Brooks works made a run from Toledo to Elkhart, U3 miles, in two hours. All the stock of tho Sodalia, Marshall and Northern has been purchased by two capitalists of Bedalia And St. Louis. It is a narrow gango line, 43 miles long, and used to be operated aa a branch of the Missouri Pacific. To the hftMt of burying gems with th owner wo owo the preservation of many of thojnost remarkable antlaueJewel, The family medicine of the world TUTT'S. PILLS. Don't sicken people with that bad breath. Take Simmons Liver ftegula to sweeten It. Mothers Friend MAXES CHILD BIRTH EASY. Colvla, La., Dee. a, isStf. My um4 "Mother FrU4" before fur third coafbuaeat, aad Mr k would Mrt U without K tor basdredJof delUr. BOCK MiLLS, Bent bytxprt on receipt of prlte, 1.69 per bottlo. Jtiok "To Motbm" mIUd free. WtABf IfitB RSOULATOR CO.. forulabyaJlfixufWtt. AtfMs,0 IN DEATH'S AWFUL PATH. Fifty Killed nml a Hundred Wounded In fowii's Cyclone. NEARLY A MILLION DOLLARS DAHAQF Two Hundred Residences and Ker en Churches Demolished. Pomeroy, la., July. The dead here now number 44. It Is one of tho sad dest scenes ever witnessed, and even tho strongest are compelled to turn away from some sights at the city hall, the hospital where tbe worst of 103 in Jured are. Governor Boies Is still on tbe ground doing all iu his power for the comfort of tho wounded. Physi cians and nurses are needed badly. Of tho injured 12 to 20 more will die. Near Fonda Mrs. E. 8. Oenden and and two chllden were killed. Near Newell, John Detwilor s killed and his wife fatally hurt. Iu Wright county eight miles west of Belmont, JohnLouuen aud his brother were killed. The total number of deaths from the storm so far as heard from, are G3. Tbe work of burying the dead at Pomeroy has commenced. Seventeen were interred late yesterday, and 20 more will be buried today. A number of bodies have been shipped away. The scenes aro most heartrending as relatives from a distance come to gaze upon the features of their dead. Two hundred and eight residences were swept completely from tho face of the earth, not a board being left. Dead carcasses of horses, cattle, and hogs are being taken from the ruins today and buried. It seems that as many fatalities re sulted from going into cellars as from staying above ground. The seven churches of the town are all demolished. No services will be held tomorrow. All is sadness and gloom. Tbe total damage done the state by the cyclone is estimatod at eight hundred thousand dollars. Belief Train. Sioux City, la., July 8. The work of organization for relief of tornado sufferers at Pomeroy Is being pushed in cities of Northwest Iowa. Carload of supplies sent from here this mornlDg with half a dozen surgeons and a num ber of helpers. A meeting was held this forenoon and committee appointed to raise a large relief fund. KILLED WITH A CLUB. Farmer Quarrels With His Wife and Loses His Lifo. The Dalles, Or., July 8. News has just been received by a messenger from tbe settlement near this place, called Ten Mile, of tbe killing of a man named E. W. Wlihelm by his twenty-two year old son William. Wlihelm was a man fifty-five years of age, who has not been living with his family for some time. Yesterday be returned home and quarrelled with his wife, and reached for a gun to shoot her. The boy seeing their lives in dan ger, struck his father over the head with a club, killing him Instantly. He came here tills mornlug and gavo him self up to the sheriff, who, with tho coroner, has repaired to the scene of tbe tragedy. Paris Quiet. Paris., July 8. Everything Is quiet In the city this mornlug. It Is believed tbe strong measures of tbe government are having proper effect in restoration of order. Two hundred rioters were ar rested last night. THB MARKETS. Ban Fuanciboo, July 8. Wheat, December 11.10, Chioaoo, July 8. Wheat 64; Sep tember 60. Portland, July 8, Wheat valley, fl.107jfl.I0, Walla Walla (1.00 11.02. 8, 185)0. LATEST NEWS TODAY. Cleveland Ilcllcr hut Hups K Cnllcrs. BANK PRESIDENT MOSIIBR OF LINCOLN Gets Pivo Years in tho Ten for Stealing $200,000. President Cleveland All Right. Buzzards Bay, July 8. Tho prcsl dent's condition is about tho same. Ho goes about tho houso and on tbe verandah aud a gradual Improvement Is noticeable. Cleveland Better. Bazzmids Bay, July 8, Mrs. Clove land said at noon that President Cleve land was foellng better, hut did not care to see callers. THE PRESIDENT'S CONDITION Report of a Tumor In His Mouth not Verified An Interesting Evont. Chicago, July 8. A special from Boston to an afternoon paper says iu regard to tbe cancerous growth In tht president's meuth: "It was noticed a year or so ago, but it gavo no trouble until lately. Last Sunday, under tbe advlco of a specialist, It was removed. It was a small affulr, and was removed without difficulty, though, 'of course it was very painful. Tbe physicians re quire perfect rest to insure a full and speedy recovery, No further trouble is anticipated. Tho same authority states that tbe presence of tbe president's sis ter, Mrs. Hoyt, of Beatrloe, Neb., is not demanded by the president's illness, but in connection with tho culmination of an Interesting event mora nearly concerning tho president's wife. Buzzards Bay, July 8. Pres. Cleve land last night was feeling bettor than he was in the morning. His knee Is lame and his left fool swollen so he Is obliged to wear a big shoe. Tho pub lished report that the president Is suf fering with a cancer is denied. Dr. Bryant says tho president Is absolutely freo from cancers or malignant growth of any description and that tho report Is absolutely false. No operation has been performed except that a bad tooth hasbeeu extracted. Dr. Bryant Is of tho opinion that the president will be able to go out In a day or two. A Light Fine. Omaha, Neb., July 8. C. W. Mosh er, president of tbe defunct Capital Na tional bank of Lincoln, this morning was sentenced to five yoars in the peni tentiary. It is estimated Moshor em bezzled over $200,000. In Consequence, otc. Bia Rapids, Mloh,, July 8. The Northern National bank closed its doors this morning In consequence of withdrawn! of funds by depositors. Blatchford Dead. Nkwport,R. I.,July 8. The funeral or Justice Blatchford will bo hold Tues day afternoon, BUhop Potter officiat ing. Tho interment will bo at Green wood cemetery, New Yqrk City, Wed nesday. PACKING STOLEN GOODS. A Man Named Henry Doerbrook Held at Salem. Friday forenoon a solitary strangor riding a cayuso with horsehair bridle and driving tandem a packborse with a small circus loaded on his back passed north on Commercial street. Ho wont slowly through town and up the river road. Boon arrived David Looney who owub a ranch south of Balem and charged tho police to look after a bar ueas stolen from him the night before. The police overtook tho lone wanderer going north, arrested him and brought him back to Baletn for trial. They found harness Iu his pack answering the description. He was cited to ap pear before Recorder Edes this fore noon. CONTINUED. Henry Deerbaka appeared before Recorder Edes this morning and plead not guilty. The harness was produced In court, aud be went to Jail to await trial next Monday at 2 p. m. Pulntlnif the town red means head ache iu tho morning. Simmons Liver Regulator prevents it, DAILY EDITION". 27 Difference The "Royal" the Strongest and Purest Baking Powder. Whether any other baking powder is equal to "Royal," let the official reports decide. When the different powders were purchased on the open market and examined by Prof. Chandler, of the New-York Board of Health, the result showed that Royal Baking Powder contained twenty-seven per cent, greater strength than any other brand. When compared in money value, this difference would be as follows : If one pound of Royal Baking Powder sells for 50 cents, One pound of no other powder is worth over 36 cents. ; If another baking powder is forced upon you by the grocer in place of the Royal, see that you are charged the correspondingly lower price. , CONFLICT IN PARIS. Serious Troublois Imminent Over Labor Riots. Scaling Controversy Closed FJght With Arabs In Congo land' Paius, July 8. Tho city was quiet yesterday, but it lsa brooding quietness that augurs 111 for order when darkness sets in. The situation promises to bo come critical, and only the administra tion of the law with a strong baud will prevent gonoral troubles; but it can be said the government is fully alive to the condition that coufronts It, and is prepared for almost any contingency. Wrokmen havo now become iuceneod against tho police, and proposo to show their indignation against them and tbesr disapproval of tho government by Inaugurating a general strike. An ap peal slgued by tbe delegates of 107.trado syndicates was issued In Paris and tbe provinces requesting worklngmen to quit work. Tho tension between the Paris municipal council, soruo of whoso members are avowodly socialistic, and tho government shows no signs of les sening. Tho counoll hold a meeting at which several members made speeches In whioh they violently donouncod tho government for supported tho police In "what was termed hlgh-handed,rook-less disregard of tbe hw. This aotlon adds strength to tbo report that tho government intends to dissolve that body. Fifty-llvo of the rioters have been held for prosecution. All other persons arrested have been released. Behring Boa Case. PAms, July 8. Before tho Bohrlng sea tribunal of arbitration, Hon, E. J. Phelps continued his closing addross In behalf of the United States. Ho re viewed the report made to tho Ameri can government by Mr. Elliot, who had been appointed to investigate tbe facts In connection with tho seal herds, and while ho doing ho was asked by Sir Charles Russell, of counsel for dreut Britain, why this report had not been printed at Washington. Why this particular report had not been printed be did not know. Tho animus of the report had been explained by tho faot that Elliott was connected with the lessoo company, whoso interests ho had been supporting during the contest be tween tho old and new companies for a new lease. Iu falrnes to Elliott, Phelps said bo ought to state that tbe driving of tbe seals that he (Mr. Elliott) saw on tbo PrlbyloR islands In 1800 was objectionable to him, and the treas ury agent stopped it. Fight With Slavetraders. Bkcsskub, July 8. Advices from the Congo Freo state report victories over tbe Arab slavetraders. The Arabs re cently attacked the forces of the State stationed at Btanly Fall, but were re pulsed with heavy loss, The expedi tion of the Belgian and autl-81uvery society operating In Eut Africa, under the command of Captain Jacques, also reports an engagement with tho Arab slavetraders, In which tho latter were put to rout. Healey Regatta. London, July 8. Tho final rounds In the Henley regatta were rowed and the prim awarded to the winners. Mag NO. 10U, dalen collcgo defeated the'Thames row ing club for tho Stewards' cup; tho Leauder olub beat tho London Rowing club for the Grand Challenge cup, and C. B. Kennedy, of the Kingston club, boat F. Biddingdon, of tho Thames Rowing club, for the diamond sculls. World's Pair Rates. Chioaoo, July 8. The western rouds havo finally backed down on the ques tion of world's fair rates, and seven and eleven day excursions from all points In the Westorn Passenger association territory aro now assured, Tho associa tion meeting was taken up entirely by discussion and arrangement of excur sions. Tbo committee of world's fair exhibitors urged tbo establishment of a one-fair rate and after they were withdrawn and the puggestlon dis cussed the report for a ono-fare rate without restrictions was adopted with but ono negative vote. The first sale of tickets Is to bo made July 17th. An other meeting of the association will be hold August 1st and suoh action will be taken regarding tho continued sale of oue-faro tickets as tho July excursions shall warrant. Short Wheat Crop. Toledo, O., July 8, Reports from grain dealers and millers covering six principal wheat produolng states, pro ducing two-thirds of total crop, indicate that they will furnish about 150,000,000 bushels this year, against 230,000,000 last year. New wheat will not move as early as usual. Sections which usu ally ship early have a poor crop. Over 60 per cent of tho farmers say they will hold, or aro not disposed to sell at tbe present low figures. Do Not Bo Deceived. Persons with weak lungs those who aro constantly catching cold should wear an Allook's Porous Plaster over tho chest and another between the shouldor blades during cold weather. Remember they always strengthen and never weaken tho part to which they are applied. Do do not be deceived by imagining any other piaster like them they aro not may look it, but looks deceive Insist always on having All cock's, tho only rolutblo plaster ever produced. WOOD WANTED. Persons wishing to trade wood for dally or weekly newspapers, and also parties owing us wood on account are hereby notified that we are uow In a hurry for It. Bring iu your wood (or some fruit will bo taken.) IIovkk Bitos,, PubB. Journaij. dw-tf I KEEP COOL Uuiao, oauido, and all tbe way UtfAMrfer-, by drinking - ! Hlftfe'gS TalirtTroprancorlnkj - U tiwIUUut, HllU ytwMal Try it, or MBSf -r ( A, tUU.lL . mtU. Mr'.i jb4i . 1 -K . ..- . A JSife'