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. iSJWmWliiSSMf m .MAim ijwmt)fr' - -v?'iew tr .. ONE CENT DAILY fJ 28 eta. ' meaih bjr XaJf Prepaid ia Advaaes. , No Papers Seat Wfeea Time. Js'ttnts' The 1 Cent Daily. VOL. EDITION. SALEM, OHEGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1893. DAILY EDITION. NO. 185. CAPITAL JHp. JOURNAL. ! - 6. DAILY IN i We are still in it when it 00D GOOD SUCH Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, In fact all lines of General Merchandise at the CASH STORK BonanzaBargains inBroken LinesStrawHats J. W. THOMAS, 297 Com'lSt, SALEM, H. W. COTTLE. & CO.,. General Insurance Agency. Representing the following HTATK INSURANCE CD.. Alnainsurance lot.,. Traders' Insurance Co., Lion fire Insurance Co., Londou iSneaVhlre Fire Ins. Alliance Asurance Co., Oldest and leading Firm In the City J. W. TflORNBORG, THE UPHOLSTERER. Recovers and repairs upbolsteed furniture. Long Experience 1 in the trade enables me to turn out flret-claas worfci Samples of coverings. No trouble to give estimates. State Insurance block, Chemeketa street Ed. C. CHURCHILL 48s BURROUGHS F. T. HART, 4h9GhP 247 COMMERCIAL STREET. Lamoureux's Stables, a ti,n rmmprnini ninwt hrirftrn nnir i,ini,w, iuin Diiii nntnnii Onio ti, rigs nor poor borsta. West Printing do better work than ever, tention. 803 Commercial Bt., SMITH BROS., CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS, Leare orders niCutUe-larfchnrstbloek,room U, Halem.Oregon, P. J. LARSEN & CO., Manufacturer of Wagons, Car riages, etc, Rpotrinir Specialty. fiuop 45 BUM street. FARM FOR SALR A BAROAIN lto acres with Improvements over tuurtmdt-r cultivation, rest pasture and com good timber. Terms very ? AA- e-17-lm-aw f hen!. Or. IT conies to""low prices on AS well-known and rollable Cempanies: Bun Insurance Co., Westoueater Klre Ins. Co., Imperial Fire Insurance Co., 80c.. London Assurance t-orporatlon, , worwicn union r ire ina.000 Devoted Exclusively to Insurance, Cross, s. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats of allHinds 93 Court and 110 State Streets. Choice lea Spraying outfits, 103 State Street. LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR. Willamette Hotel. New stock and ve- tipst service rendered. NoshaoDy H. L. LAMOUREU, Proprietor. CoJb Has iust received some latest lace8 Ol lOD ftp. and is prepared to Count-y orders receive prompt at Balem, Oregon. MONEY TO LOAN On Improved Real Estate. In amounts and time to sulu No delay In eeaalderlBf loans. FEAR & FORD, Boom 12. Bneh Bank block. 51M CflflS. W0LZ, Proprietor of the GERMAN :-: MARKET innth nnmmerelal BUSalerrt. AW kinds Freeh, oalt and Smoked Meau The LINE That LEADS: ALL OTHERS FOLLOW, THROUGH . DAILY TRAINS LEAVING Portland m. m. DAYS to CHICAGO J2 HOUrS the QuickC Chicago and Jlnwnn Quicker to Omaha and Kan Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclin ing Chair Cars, Dining Cars, or rates and general Information call on or address, W B. HOBLBURT, Asst, Q. F. A. 351 Washington Bu, Pnjm.Awn. Omtnn' P03TOFFICE ANNALS. 1600 The English postal Bystem as at present constituted founded by order of Charles II. 1CC3 The postofflce and post routes were let to Daniel O'Neill as the highest bidder for the contract 1081 A penny post was established In London as a private enterprise by Rob ert Murray, an upholsterer. 1690 Murray having sold his penny post undertaking, litigation arose regard ing it. It was adjudged a part of the general postal system and annexed. 1002 A general postal system for the accommodation of the American colonies was planned by the, British government. 1710 Tho system of American postof fices and post routes was put into opera tion by the British government. 1720 Envelopes for letters mentioned by Swift as in common use at this date. They were large Bquare pieces of coarse paper folded" over the letter and fastened with sealing wot. 1740 There was talk of discontinuing tho post between London and Edinburgh on account of the fewness of letters. On one occasion the post carried but one, and generally there were only three or four. 1753 Ben jamin Franklin was appoint ed first deputy postmaster general for the Ainericau colonies. 1760 Mrril coach routes were estab lished by Franklin from Philadelphia to Boston, connecting with all the leading towns en route. 1774 In this, year tho English mails were first conveyed in coaches. The first mail by this startling innovation was sont from London to Bristol, St. Louis Globe-Democrat. RAILROAD TIES. Thcro are 10 lines running out of Chicago competing for eastbound busi ness. There were 2,4-14 railroad accidents in this country in 1892; 700 persons were killed and 2,033 injured. A belt recently made for the Brooklyn City Electric Railway company la 110 feet long, 72 inches wide and weighs 1,800 pounds. One hundred and twenty hides wore used in its manufacture. A new plan is being considered to con struct a belt line around Columbus, O. Tho proposed line is about 10 miles, and the cost is estimated at $1 ,260,000. Part of the right of way has been secured. A custom was established some time ago by the roads entering Columbus, O., to give stato employees a pas&engor rate of a cent a milo on all occasions. The custom has been abandoned, and now full faro is charged. All the tracks of the Boston and Maine road at Boston are to be covered with a shed. It was tho first intention of the company to allow me traces 10 remain j-j-s-Jj-. .!- The new station of the Central Rail road of New Jersey at Atlantio High lands has been finished. It is one of the finest in the state and was built in con nection with the vast improvements made at the Sandy Hook steamboat tor- mlnal. nvt Rimmom Liver Regulator for headache, constipation, Indigestion or biliousness. WIFfS SPECIFIC Tor rtnovatlne the entire system, ellmlnaUn afl roUons from the til t hh.r nf scrofulous 01 origin, this preparation has no equal. "For slrbtfttn months I had an ( eating sow on nyr tonwe. i was treated bv Utt local physicians, hot obtained no relief! the sore gradually crew worse. I ftaallr took 6. 8. B., and was entirely cored after using a few bottles.' V. m, nri."". HanoHsw, i ivkwk B 9nuflP5t. fl Tmk&m 1 jQQt 2 s Treatise on Blood and Bkio Pi IfttT " " TBM WWT mnanaw-f RECOGNIZES That is th President's Message. FREBSibVER MtEN SDRPRISED At the Moderation of Cleve land's tBol!cy. THE PRESIDENT FIRM FOR REPEAL. .'.a Byaua aid Ceckrat) to bo Silver traders; Anti- i. FREE COINAGE t BE PROPOSED. Democrats to Be Confronted VVitli TUoir Platform. Olevoland'a Message. "Washington, Aug. 7. It Is thought the president's message will not go to oongress aa a bill tomorrow. Tho mes sage is only about three thousand words In length. Beyond tlie fact that It Is largely devoted to financial matters, nothing reliable can be! learned regard ing It. Free silver Democrats express themselves agreeably surprised at what they understand as moderation in the president's recommendations, while recommending tbo unconditional re peal of the Sherman act they under stand he recognizes silver as one of the monev metals which must bo main talned, but points out that with the present attltudo of the European coun tries a proper ratio between'gold and silver cannot be maintained by this country atoue. Therefore be doeanot favor the coinage of silver under the present conditions except for subsld uary purposes. He thinks in this way Europo will be coerced into au Interna tional agreement more favorublo than heretofore. He favors silver on a parity with gold, and stands by the platform of 1892, but says that tho platform can not be carried out because a fixed parity cannot be maintained. Prominent Democrats of both wings have been given to understand that these are the president's views. It Is understood that Cochran, of New York, and By num, of Indiana, will lead the anti silver Democrats In the house. How It Will Be Dose. The Intention Is that Cockran shall at the first opportunity, introduce a bill to repeal the Sherman aot outright without anv condition or substitute, Culberson, or nome one will Introduce a bill which will provide for tho repeal of the purchasing clause in tuo Sher man act and provide for the coinage of silver without charge for mintage at a rat o of 10 to 1, The bill, aa Is under stood in the wording, will follow aa closdy as may be, section 7 of the Democratic platform of 1802. By this means It is thoui;ht that Democrats, who are opponents of the bill thus framed will beiput.ln an attitude before the country of opposing their own plat form. Congross Meets. Wabainoton, Aug. 7. An extra session of congress assembled at noon. The first thing on assembling in both bouse was the reading of the presi dent's proclamation cosvealng con- resa In session. This ww followed by roll call of namei of members, Commltee appointed to notify the president that house organized after drawing for teats atljourned till tomor row. Prrtldeut'i mresage would be sent to congress today but for early adjourn went of the seoate. DysrPl and Its attendant ills are quickly cured by Simmons Liver Regulator. The ProceeAlagii. Washington, Aug.7. Senate. Af ter reading tho proclamation and calling congress together, Quay, of Pennsyl vania and Pawcoe, of Florida, wero sworn In. A communication from Buck with, of Wyoming was read, eas ing he had placed his resignation la tho hands of the governor. The commit mlttees wero appointed to notify the house and the president of the senate then m session. Then the death of Senator Stanford, of California, waa communicated to tho senate by White, of that state, and as a mark of respect they adjourned till tomorrow. When tne house waa called to order,8G0 mem bers were found present. The clerk then announced that the election of speaker was next in order. The vote resulted, Crisp, 240. Reed 122, Blmpeon 7. Crisp was declared elected amid great applause, and was conduoted to the chair by his late opponents. Old Farmer Killed. Indkpmndencb, Aug.7. This morn ing near McCoy G. C. Bell a farmer seventy years of age was run over and killed by the Southern Pacific train. He attempted to cross the track in a light wagon ahead of the locomotive. His body was oaught between the cow catcher and the rail and literally cut in pieces. The old man was evidently deaf anddld not hear tbo whistle. Ono Little One. Springfield, Mo,, Aug. 7. Tho Greene County bank failed this morn ing. No statement. A run on all oth er banks resulted. Senator Appelate.. Washington, Aug. 7. It Is under stood the governor ot Wyoming has ap pointed A. L. New to succeed Senator t Beck wltb Iron Works Close. Philadethia, Aug. 7. A receiver (tn nptnnciiWM u rat vunts "in ji.uxt Ore comDanv. It Is hopelessly Insolv ent. It was one of the largest manu facturers of pig iron In eastern Penn sylvania. Ton to Be Deported. Portland, Aug. 7. In the case of the 28 Chinese held on the steamer Hay tlen Republic, United Sta tea Com missioner Deady thl9 afternoon decided that under sections two and six of the Geary act, eighteen were entitled to land and that the remaining ten must be deported. Lane Oouaty Mews. Eooenb, Aug, 7. Special. Apsel Hyland was drowned at Big Fall Creek, 18 miles east of here, while tak ing a bath Baturday evening about 7 o'clock. He was aged 23 years. He could not swim. A young man named Humphrey was nearly drowned In try ing to rescue him. Tho little girl who was thought to be the lost child of I. W. Miller has been claimed by her father, Mr. Compson of Florence. The marks on the child's nose, head and nips corresponded with the Miller child. Brief Telegrams. T.nlflnnntl vnrba hnrnnd ntOaUland. LOBS f 100,000. Fresno sufferred a f 100,000 fire Batur day night. A 20.000.000 gallon reservoir burst at Portland, Me., four lives lost. Confidence In finances aro nearly ful ly restored In India. Judge Locbren pension commission er, has extended until October 10, 1803. the period within which pensioners whose pensions have been suspended may make proof of their right to re ceive them. THE HAmKlTg. Bah Francisco, December, 91.231. Aug 6. Wheat, Seller OS; new ?1.18. Chicago, Aug. 6. Cash, 60; Sep tember 62. Poktlaxd, Aug. 6. Wheat valley, 1.05, Walla Wall 05. Let Democrats Keyest Bandusicy,0.,Au.7. Governor Mo- Klnley addressed as audience or 10,000 people Saturday at the annual harvest Dlcnloof the Erie couHty agricultural society at Llnwood Park, Vermillion. HU speech dealt largely with the pro- ent flottnclal and business conmuons. He Dolnttd out that the business of the country rested upon credit, faith la one another, faith In the industries of tke country, faith In the deetlaies of the re public, and when eyery man lost faith Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report M j&&m& IW ABSOLUTELY PURE then the paralysis followed. What we wanted now was level headed tieee, but unfortunate aa our situation was today It would have been worse If, instead of haviug national bank money, we had state bank money. Continuing, he said that whatever Influence tho Sherman law may have upon the present condition it la by no moans the chief cause of tho trouble, Ho charged that the uncertainty in re gard to tho tariff changes waa the prin cipal cause of the present financial dis turbance. Manufacturers are not going to produco for tho future and pay the protective tariff wages when their pro ducts may have to compete with like products under free trado wages. "Let congress when It meets next Monday," he said 'make an authorita tive declaration approved by tbo presi dent that the threatened changes will not tako place, that they have disco v ered that they were wrong. If they will do that next Monday the fears of the business world will bo quieted and business will resume Its normal condi tion" PERSONAL GOSSIP. The gravo of George Eliot at High, gate, near London, is reported, to be m a wretched state of neglect. Mrs. Humphrey Ward is writing a now novel, a companion work to "David Grieve" and "Robert Elsmero." General William Mabone cf Virginia haa.pectnaawtly retired from politics. He Is qalte wealthy and says that pub Jlo life has no rewards nor temptations for him. Aloxius Columbus, a formor ship builder, now nearly 07 years old, who claims to be a lineal descendant of tho great Christopher, has been discovered in Buffalo. Dr. J. Collins Warren, tho now pro fessor of surgery at Harvard, is a direct descendant of General Joseph Warren of Bunker Hill fame and is of a distin guished medical family. Brighara Young, Jr., one of the numer ous sons of the late president of the Mor mon church, advises his peoplo to regard politics as next to importance to religion and predicts that the Mormons will be come "powerful politicians and saints." John Hays Hammond, the noted Cali fornia miner and manager of the Bunker Hill and Sullivan silver wines at Coour d'Alene, Ida., lias gone to Johannesburg, South Africa, to tako charge of the eight great gold mines of tho Barnat brothers. Rev. Ralph Bwlnburn, who lives near Charleston, W. Va is the oldest railroad man living in this cquntry. Ho was born near Nowcastlo-upon-Tyno, in tho county of Durham, Aug. 4, 1805, and began to work on railroads in tho year 1818. Among tho distinguished citizens of Philadelphia past 00 years of age, the Rev. Dr. Furness is ono of tho most re markable of personages. He takes long walks like a boy without fatigue. He hears well and can read at night oven in the cars without glasses. PITH AND POINT. Missouri leads tho world in load pro duction. The name bank is derived from banco, a bench. Forgery was first made punishable by death in 1631 The Germans were the first to employ gunpowder for blasting rocks. A gold coin depreciates a per cent in value in 16 years of constant use. There have been 80 suicides commit ted on the XUfsl tower, in Paris, since its construction. More than 60.000 stamps are said to be found every year loose in the letter boxes of the United Kingdom. A cublo foot of newly fallen snow weighs 6f pouaAsaad has 13 times the balk of n equal weight of water. To Xaula Vor Warsoth. Five yearn ago Lord Randolph Churchill undertook r journoy to Rusm, A friend asked him what be had gono there for. To get warm!" wna tho reply. And he wont on to explain tho ap parent paradox. "Tho winter is very cold everywhere, hut it is much colder in Russia than any whom elso. Heaea tho Rvweians tako tho moat Aciest nrocautious against its rigor. It is only in Bt. Petersburg that peo ple understand the art of heating ft hcttuM thoroughly." 89CQI9, Baking ivmivl TDREB POLITICAL. SPEECHES. Cautious Uttersaces ef Crisp, Reed and .McKialcj. CONGRESSIONAL CAUCUSES ARE HELD. Democrats Concede an Extraor dinary Condition of Attain). Washington, D. C, Aug. 7. Sat urday night tho hall of the house of the representatives was well filled with Democratic members. Tho chairman of the caucus, called It to order. Crisp waB nominated by acclamation amid applause. Crisp spoko as 'follews: "The extraordinary condition of af fairs throughout tho country has necec sltated our meeting in an extraordinary session. In so farasthat condition la at attributablo to existing laws, wo are no wise responsible therefor. Now, for theHrst time In more than thirty yearp, we are in full power. We can repeal the laws and wo can make good ones. The people have entrusted ua with that power and expect us to exorcise it for their behalf. Our financial system should be revised and reformed; strict economy In publlo expenditures should be observed and taxation should bo equalised aud greatly reduced. To these purposes are we thoroughly com mitted. We must redeem our pledges. Let us begin work at once. Let us lay aside eyery other consideration than for the publlo ood and endeavor to so dis charge the duties assigned us as to ro storo confidence, proaioto prosperity and advance tho general welfare of all the classes of our people. Sincerely grateful for your confidence and esteem, I pledge inybdf. to devote to tho dis charge of the duties of the responsible position you have assigned mo to with all the energy and ability I possess." UKED'B 8AHCABM. A Republican caucus was hold and ex-Bpeaker Reed was nominated. After applause Reed responded In ouo or his characteristic speeches, hts sarcastic drawl having lost none of its pungency during tui miner reiiexa. "Four months ugo," besuld, "they had left congress mid returned to their homes with tho country in u prosper ous coudlllon, All tbo mills were run ning, spindles playing, furnaces rear ing, labor was employed everywhere, and people were happy. "Now," he continued, "we aro called back to find extraordinary business depression, dis trust In all circles and general demor alization of the flnauceaof the country, acoudltlon, of course, precipitated by Democratic falluro to legislate. In this emergency Democrats call upon Repub licans to lay aside all partisanship, for got anything that hua been done In the past aud Join with the Democrats to get them out of their present trouble," There was no attempt on the part of Reed to outlino the party policy and he concluded by saying that the Republi can party would be found discharging IU duty In a way to fit with the broad measure of IU past record when It was In tho majority, nnd if It did this It would be asked to do no more. TUTT'B PILLS gripe. do not nauseate or :i? N V-s! lathe rtekt time for every wxiy to 1 drink Hires'K A temperance drink. A hotne-niodo drink. A health-giving drink. A thlrfit-iucnchTntr drink. I A drink that la popular everywbew. tendons, SearkUflft Hfcmscea, A . ) c padUf Rufctt J gsIloM bt thi jutUnnik l9a'ttfOciviUilMf,l d.lMriouUvfg fur ibt ukt frfUtgc r woai, UlU you I some elUr tUJU"Juissc4''--'tUMM. Watathertesii U M good ss tU sul Kwti I .H andsacsaces. nuu! DKUVJcar.