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-.jMU;hialeAtus . r& HARD TIMES OFFER, Why pay $1.85 to $8 60 a month for Dally Papers when you can got the Dally Joarnal by Mall for 85 ta. a Month T ONE CENTHlDAILYl CAPITAL 85 eta. a Moatk by XU ' r i.i . J No; Papers Seat Wbwt TImoJIs Out. nor. I VOL., 6. DAILY EDITION. 8AMEM, OREGON, THTJKDAY, JULY 13, 1893. .... &a . DAILY EDITION. NO. 164. maasisssai&z Journal ARE Y00 SATISFIED? With, the high prices you aro paying for your Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Furnish ing Goods, Etc., Etc. If not call at tho 4. CASH STORK, Where you get the best bargains for the least money. GOODS- Sought for CASH and sold for CASH can-be, and ate sold for a small jnices. J- W. THOMAS, 297 Com!, H. W. COTTLE & CO., General Insurance Agency. Representing tke following well-known and reliable Cempanies: HTATE INSURANCE CO., - .Etna insurance Co.,. Traders' Insurance Co., ,.' bun insurance Co.. National Insurance Co., ' , , Westchester fire Ins. 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It runs throng b vestibule trains, every day In tho year to ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO (No change of can.) Composed of dlntngcan uniurpiuse4 Pullman drawing rootn ileepcro OflatMt equipment TOURIST Sleeping Cars. Bet t that can be comtructed and In which aocommodatlena are both tree and lur nlihed for holder offlnt and econd-dJuw ticket, and ELEGANT DAY COACHES. Acontlnnocs line connejting with all line, aflordlng direct and uninterrupted aemoe. Pullman allrpe- rr rtlonscan base. cared In advcitw thro ,u any agent ol the road. Through tickets to and from all polnti In America, Kngland and Kurope can be purchased at any ticket office oithii com pany. Kull Information concerning rate, Urn of tralnaoatea iwi ither details furnUhed on implication to any agent or A. D. CHARLTON. A mutant General PatMniW Agent, Mo, IS rtrat atreet, cor. WMhiiigtonjlrt- margin than goods sold on Cross, Wholesale and"iretail Dealer in Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats of allKinds 95 Court and 110 State Streets. Choice Meats LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR. Co.,! Book and job Printer.- Iteasonnblo Prices. Falem, Oregon. County Treasurer Short Roskbubo, Juiy, 13 There is a shortage in the accounts of County Treasurer Arrlngton but the amount oinnot be ascertained until the investi gation Is completed. It Is believed that the shortage la between $20,000 and (30,000, Young Mothers! We Otter You Remedy which Insures Sttety to iifa of Mother and Child. "Mathar's Fri.n." Sobs OotJinement at its Film. Morror and Risk. . After Ming one bottle of "M?tlitr,i Prlerd' ItuSered but little pain, anddla not expert nee tkatweakneM afterward u.ual In och cut. Htm. Akkik Qxok, Lainar, Mo. tot brinrau.cfcurM wnU, o ntript of pck. i.ja pwbotCU. aok '-T MkUo" M4lJl ft.. BRADnCLD HCGULATOR Co., Sold by all druggbu. Atlaxta, Ox POWER HOUSE Meat Market. ftMh and Bait meaU Jof thel beet quality. Porltry and itock. JTra OellTery. FRED WAYMIRE. time. Be sure and get our St., SALEM, Tho Ghoctaws Respited. New York, July 13. A Washington special says: "The Indian agent at Muskogee, I. T., telegraphs that the execution of nine Chocktaws has been suspended till August 4th." Great Horse Dies. Saoiaw, Mich., July 13. Rolfe N., stallion, record 2:20, brother in blood to the famous Nelson, dropped dead on the track at Union Park this morning. He bunted a blood vessel. Worth f 10,- 000. A Million of Gold Coming. New York, July 13. Tbe Evening Post's London special says; Two hun dred thousand pounds of gold are on gaged for export to America today. P ERSOKiAL GOSSIP. The Earl of Derby, like Mr. Gladstone fa an enthusiaatio tree feller. Miss S. E. Puller of Now York is the first woman to receive a government contract for engraving. Miss M, E. Braddon is said to receive 1,250 for, tho serial rights of each of the 'novels, that aho'writes'nowaaay'&r ' Mr. William Watson, tho English poet who recently became insane, is re ported to bo completoly rocovered. Gny do Maui .ssant is now in what his doctor calls a vegottitivo state and incapable of connecting two ideas to gether. Nat Crigham, who has been appointed United States marshal for Utah, is re membered at Harvard university as tho most mellifluous tenor that ever roamed tho college yard. Mary E. Wilkins, with all her literary success, is but a woman. During a re cent visit to New York sho enthused more aver the "big sleeves" than about the big people who feted her. The present aim of Zola'a life' is to gain admission to tho French, academy. Ho is not discouraged by numerous de feats, remembering that Victor Hugo had to present himself four times beforn he became one of tho 40 "Immortals." President Dole of Hawaii has found time to write an artioloon the higher criticism of tho Biblo for The Mailo Wreath. Ho is deeply Interested in the investigations of modern Biblical schol p.73 and keeps hmself well informed on tho subjoct. General E. Kirby Smith died in debt, but it was an indebtedness," says Gen eral W.H. Jackson of Tennessee, "which was honestly and conscientiously con tracted," Half of the money needed to moet the outstanding obligation has al ready boon raised by the general's friends. STAGE GLINT8. It is feared that the days of Gounod, the great composer, are numbered. Isabelle Evesson and Ea telle Clayton are said to be the two most beautiful sis tors on tho stage. A Scandal In High Life," Edgar Bel deu's play, which was recently produced In Brooklyn, scored a failure and will probably not go out next year. Charles Frohman has secured the American rights of "Charley's Aunt," which has been received with almost unprecedented favor In London. Edward Harrigan will produce a new play dealing with New York life about Oct 1 at his own theater. Mr. Harri gan is the author of the play, which has not yot bean christened. It is announced that J. M. Hill has re tired permanently from theatrical man agement and that Ncill Burgess of "Widow Bedott" and "County Fair" fame has left the stage for good. Katie Lawrence, a particularly talent ed London music hall artist, will return to this country next fall, and it Is ru mored that after an engagement at Tony Pastor's aha may bead a farce comedy organization of her own. Harry a Smith and Reginald d Kpven'a opera, "The Knickerbockers' was sot s .very glittering success in New York, sad It was withdrawn after a run of om week, it may, however, be fariai ifaia Utar ia Xtw York, HUHDUiH t Monarch of Germany is Coming. germaAimy BILL PASSES. Another Ghastly Find in the Chjcago Firetrap. MONEY MARKET GROWING EASIER. 4e More CeiltJent Feeling Generally Prevailing. SBYBRSMALL LONDON FAILURES. Advances in American Stocks Con- tiuue to bo Notoil. " r ?lJ 'aTk Emperor Coming. BBRia&'Jfaly IS. Tho first clause of the army bjlrpassed today by 71 major ity. Thlsis considered tantamount to the pasM0of the whole bill. This undoubtedly settles the ques tion of the "Emperor William coming to the United States to visit the world's fair. If the monarch of Germany comes to the United States he will open the eyes of ffrance by a display of bis military prowess, as well as to do honor to the millions of Germans in our coun try. Tho visit of the court to America will cost bis government half a million and will bflbe great event of the Co lumbian year. The Chicago Firetrap. Chicago, July 13. Tho workmen on tbo ruins of the cold storago warehouse made another ghastly And this morn ing. It was that of a human arm, and from a ring on tho finger it was identi fied as that of Ralph Druramond, part of whoso remains wero taken out yes terday. The total list of fatalities from the fire now number 17, with three or four still unaccounted for. It Is now believed the total will not-exceed 20 or 25. The gate receipts nUhe fair forSunday will bo donated to tho relatives of tbe dead firemen, and the several city thea ters will also give benefits for them, so that a handsomo sum Is sure to be netted. Memorial services will be held at the grounds Sunday. The Money Market. London, July 13. Stocks are quiet, though somewhat improved.' Ameri cans aro weak though there are advan ces. Tbe failures of four small stock brokers are announced. Nkw York, July 13. A good buy ing of stocks this morning caused ad vances of from to 1 J at opening. A more confident feeling generally pre vailed. Stock Market Firm. New York, July 18. Later In the day tbe bears made a raid on granger stocks. There was little support and many margins were exhausted, forcing out much long stock and causing nerv ousness. When the pressure ww re moved there was a rally J to 1, but the market became dull. A firm tone con tinued to tbe close, however, with further appreciation. The New Coraet. Han Francisco, July 12. Director Holden telegraphs as follows from Lick observatory; "The comet discovered at Salt Lake city July 8 Is easily visible to the naked eye n tbe northwest soon after dark. It la moving with extreme rapidity to the east and south. It was observed at Lick observatory last nlxbt for a deter, mluatlon of Its position. It was photo graphed aud its spectrum determined. It has almost tbe usual comet spectrum rather brighter tban common lu the blue region. Until the orbit U com puted It can not be said bow much brighter this Interesting comet will become, UTAH FOR PBEB SILVER. Now Political Party to Down Tam many in Now York. Salt Lake City, July 18. A mon- ster sliver demonstration waa held here last night Resolutions were passed praying congress for enactment of an act repealing the Sherman law and all other laws unfavorable to silver and substitution of a la7 restoring to sllvor its former value. . New York, July 13. Tho first blow at the Tammany domination was struck at a meeting of citizens by tho Democraoy of tho seventh assembly district last night, when a permaaont organization of a new political party was effected. Ironton, O., July 18. General W. H. Enoohe, congressman from this dis trict, was found dead In bed this morn ing. BAD RAILROAD SMASHTJP. Suffers by Fire and Cyclone Stoves and Fire Escapes Wanted. Newburo, N. Y., July 18. The West Bound West Shore train ran Into an open switch half a mile south of hero at nooa, and a bad Bmaahup re sulted. Four bodies have been taken from tho wreck. A large number of badly injured are being taken to tbe hospital. There are said to be 8 to 10 killed and over a dozen hurt. A lator report says only islx or seven aro killed, and fifteen or twenty In jured. Tbe dead includo four un known women, and a little child. Pomeboy, la., July 13. Tho cyclone sufferers are badly In need of staves. A formal appeal was Isued today for help In this direction. Tho committee asks for 100 stoves, old or new. Chicago, July 18. Tho national world's fair commission today adopted a report recommending fire escapes be put on tho world's fair buildings. Heat In Chicago. Chioaqo, July 13. Thfr weather Is excessively hot. Two deaths from sunstroke so far. Suicide. Portland, July 18. Julius Ham mer, a carpenter, attempted sulcido tbia afternoon by shooting. Ho Is in a crit ical condition with a bullet through his Iubrs. Domestlo troublo Is assigned as the cause. New South Wales Cable. Sydney, July 13. The latest advices from Samoa are to tho effect that aotlve hostilities have broken out between the followers of Mslletoa and Chief Mataafa. Each factlon)haoacamp,two miles from Apia, and skirmishes occasionally oc cur. Tho king's force is stronger but the Chiefs have tbo better arms. Both refuse to bold any district neutral. A TOUGH OIUOUS CROWD. A Ohehalls Sheriff Tames Them With the Aid of Bis Gun. Chehalib, Wash., July 11. Last night one of the fllm-flummers accom panying Sanger & Lent's show beat u German farmer out of (20 by means of the short-change racket. The German swore out a warrant for his arrest, which was put in tbe bands of Deputy SberlfT Ed. Barnett to serve. Harnett went to tho show train while tbe out fit waa packing up after tho perfor mance and arrested his man. As he was leaving with him, emplyers of the show, beaded by tbo manager, assault ed him together with two other offl cers, beat him insensible and rescued the prisoner. A free fight with cit izens seemed Imlnent as soon as the affair had attracted attention. At this Juncture Sheriff ilarnett, accompanied by Deputy Carpenter, arrived on tbe aoeno with drawn revolvers and pro ceeded to search the enow train for the short-change sharp. They were un able to find blm, but arrested four em ployes of tbe show. Tho manager in tbe meantime escaped to the hotel and bad gone to bed. They bunted him op, got him out of bed aud took him with bis hired men to the county Jail. The five prisoner were charged with as saulting tbe officers, and were to have a hearing till Wednesday. The show proceeded toOlympla without man ager and several specialty artlata. The manager waa released on ball this after noon (furolsbed on a telegram from the Oregon National bank of Portland, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't Report RoYal jm& ABSOLUTELY PURE TBE SILVER STRUGGLE. Address of tho Colorado Conven tion on Bimetallism. IN RETURN FOR KILLING FORCE BiLL Colorado Asks tho South to Help a Freo Coluago Act. Denver, July 18. Interest in tho silver convention was not In the least abated yesterday and when called to order standing room was not to bo bud. After tho appointment of delegates to tbe St. Louis and Chicago silver con ventions and to the "gold bug" gath ering at St. Paul tho committee on res olutions presented its report which was unanimously adopted. It is addreesed to tho people of tho Uulted States aud says: "Tho people of Colorado, standing In tne gloom of Impending disaster and representing In condition and sentiment the peoplo of Montana Idaho, Wyom ing, Nevada, South Dakato, Utah, Arl zona and New Moxlco, with reverence for the constitution and unswerving faltb, ask your candid consideration of the following facta beforo you give ap proval to tbe destruction of silver as a money and to tho final establishment la this country, pf ajBlnglo-goJd. stand ard of value and ttiue, at one stroke, chango all debts to gold debts and In augurate a never-ending rjso of gold and a continued corresponding fall in tbo price of every commodity. Con gress is called to meet In extra session on August 7th. Preceding this call tbe clauses which struggled for tweuty years to overthrow tho bl-metalllo mon ey standard provided by the constitu tion, inaugurated u panic which they untruthfully charged to tbo oxUtlng silver law, ignoring tho fact that tburo are (800,000,000, of outstanding legal tender notes commonly called green backs, that are equally ayalluble with treasury notes Issued in payment for silver to draw the gold from the treas ury; that tbe balance of our forelgu trado baa turned against us, rendorlng settlomont abroad with American gold a necessity and tbe great bankers of Europe are purchasing gold with Wbicb to chango tbo monoy standard in Austria and to fill tho treasury vaults of other monarcbial countries. Tho evident purpose 1b to creute a prejudice against what is known as tho silver purchasing act and under this pressure to securo its unconditional repeal. Tho success of this scheme Is only partial. Presidential patronnge, sup plementing falso and Incendiary utter ances by tbo gold press and aggravated by daily circular assaults upou tbo law by eastern money brokers seut to every commercial body and banking corpor ation In tbe country,havo possibly won oyer the house of representatives to It, but even tbe president admitted that In the senate thore is a staunch major ity against it. Suddenly tbo uewu was flashed beneath tbe oceans that free colnauo In India had been suspended and the market price of silver bad fallen within forty-eight hours fully twenty cents an ounce. Tho Sherman law did not work In the sllvor produc ing states. It was forced upou the country against their will. Their con stant demand has been that of tbo ag ricultural states west aud south and the working masses of tho whole country, Tbey havo not sought to Impose upon, the country some new financial nos trum and have asked simply tho res toration of tho coinage laws as they wdro from the first year of tbe federal conutilutloiruutil tho furtive repeal in 1878. The Sbermau law was a trick by which the restoration was defeated. Tbe charge that blmetallsts demand that sixty couts be made a dollar Is a lie. It U a trlok of the tingle standard conspirators that lessened tbe value of silver. Wbathl-metalllsts do ask aud all they ask la the law regulating coin age a,i It was for seventy-five years of tbe country's greatest glory shall be restored without addluj or expunging syllable. IH-metalllsta will cheerful Baking" Powder ly submit to any legislation that exper ience will suggest as necessary to make every dollar of tho United States equal iu Intrinsic yaluo to overy other bear lug its stamp. "Will you listen to us while we speak In words of sober earnestness of tbe local effects the unconditional repeal of silver will have?- The silver mining states and terrl tori ties, embracing 1,000, 000 square miles of the continent with 2.000,000 Americans inhabiting them, depend pccuularly upon silver mining for prosperity. This Industry Is the very heart from which nearly every other Industry receives support. The reduction of tho price of silver to about 70 cents shut down 00 per cent, of tbe silver mlues of the country and tbe smelters must In consequence soon fol low their example. In Colorado today thero aro 15,000 Idle miners. There will soon bo added to tbls 4000 mon from tbo smelters. Stone quarries are nearly all abut down, railway, companies are laying off train crews by the score, foundries are nearly all out of orders, farmers and fruit growers will be barely paid for tbe cost of Baying tbelr crops and merchants are countermanding or ders. The destruction of the sliver in dustry will devastate tbe country as if swept by a cyclone reaching from the British possesions to tbo .Mexican bor der lino. We say to you In tho most solemn and truthful manner that reli able statistics prove, including but legitimate items in tho account, that the sllvor of Colorado costs by the time It is on tho market not less than $1,29 per ounce. Like gold, some silver la ' produced for much less than tbe mark et value, but tbo average cost of stiver Is fully tbo highest prlco It ovor brought In tbo market. "Stop aud couslder, men of tbe East, how many millions of your money are In vested with us. No calamity can In duce us to repudiate a dollar of honest debt. All our assets aro at the will of our creditors for tbelr reimbursement, but If by bad congressional legislation through congress you shall wipe out tbo greut Industry of tbo section, around which all others cluster for vigor and profit, the values of our prop erties will shrink, our business will be destroyed, our Iowub and cities will be largely depopulated and railroads tra vorslug tbo western half of tbe conti nent will bo seut Into bankruptcy. Cer tainly In the face of such unmerited In fliction you can't blame ua If we, thus deprived of all, fall to pay all our obli gations. You may, It Is true, tacce the country In payment; but after you get It what will will you do with It? We will not submit to tbo destiny of pov erty without a struggle. We shall seek to open up new markets and build up our silver industry along now lines and with now and more sympathetic neigh bors. "To tbo South Colorado appeals with more soul felt words, Two years ago you feared tho enactment of a law that threatened to deprive you of self gov ernment aud turn your election booths over to tbo tender merclcd of federal bayonets on election day. To save you from tho outrages of tbe federal force bill Colorado's two senators, Republi cans, defied the edicts of their party causes and defeated what to you waa certain humiliation and tbo horrors of subjection to tbe electoral will of your former slaves. We saved you then, you can save us now." 1 Any Time is tho right time for everybody to drluk HSfPc,Root A 111 T5 Reer A temperance drink. A bomc-mndo drink. A health-giving drink. A thirst-quenching drluk. A drink that is popular everywhere. Delicious, Sparktbift Ufcmsciat. A ctal udmi mtlu uUuat el tkk dllctutt-vtfr. Uon'tUtilectlvtilkfadMUr. ! fur th Mki ef lugtr MvSt, WlU you Mat othr kind it Jul (KhT-.'tU hl. 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