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.- V ni (. . ..i.Vtfy'..CTIft 1. .-. ., , TO ' " T , . . t CHEAPEST, j -y-'itj. -' - .- s.f ., ONE CENT DAILY! S5cts. a moatk by XaH Prepaid In Advance. No Papers Seat WImw Time la Out. Associated Press Daily,News- paper Published on the Pacific Coast. $3.00 a Year. CAPITAL JOURNAL VOL. 6. DAILY EDITION. SAIiEM, OBEGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1893. DAILY EDITION. STO. 2t6. m m at the New York Eaoket, when so many merchants are com plaining of dull trade ? If you will examine their goods and prices you will quickly see the reason. The New York Racket sells reliable goods at reasonable ana snoes are ot tne best t. Liouis make. All better grades warranted. They carry a line of shirts, hats, working pants, overalls, hosiery, , underwear, valises, table linens, counter panes, lace curtains, and a general line of notions. They can save you 10 to 20 per cent, on all goods in their line. CALL AND SEE THEM. E. T. BARNES, State Insurance Block. H. W. 'COTTLE & CO., General Insurance Agency. Representing the following well-known and reliable Cempanies: ' BTATE INSURANCE CO., iGtna Insurance Co., Traders' Insurance Co., Bun Insurance Co., National Insurance Co., Westchester Fire Ins. Co., Ijlon Klre Insurance Co., Imperial Klre iDBurance Co., .London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Boo., London Assurance Corporation, Alliance Assuraoco Uo Norwich Union Fire Ins.Boo. Oldest and Leading Firm In the City Devoted Exclusively to Insurance, J. W. TflORNBORG, THE UPHOLSTERER. Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade enables me to turn out first-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to cive estimates. State Insurance block, Chemeketa street Ed. CX E. Meeker & Co,, Hop Exporters OFFICE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, Salem. W. A. TEMJPIiETON', Gen'l J gent. F. T. HART, 247 COMMERCIAL STREET. Lamoureux's Stables, West Printing do better work than ever. Country orders receive prompt at- tention. 803 Commercial Br., MITCHELL, MGfiT. 5 CO., GENERAL Insurance 245 Commercial Street. American Fire Insurance Co., Pblla. Home Insurance Co., New York. Uorwlch-Unlon Ins. Co., Liverpool. Palatine Insurance Co.. Manchester. OvwOne Million Dollars Deposed With State Treasurer of Oregon for Protection of Policy Holder In Oregon oaly. AH Losses Adjusted nd Paid Through Balem Agency on Policies Written in Marion, Polk, Yamaiu ana uw -Also Write Life and Accident Insurance in Beet Compn in the World. W Mf prices for cash. Their boots Cross, . Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fresh, Salt and Smoked meats of allfiUnds 95 Court mid 110 State Streets. Choice Wears LEADING MERCHAN1 TAILOR. Co, Has iusfc received some of the latest faces of job ''type and is prepared to Balem, Oregon. - Agenta, SALEM, OREGON. Western Assurance, Toronto, Canada. Lancashire, Manchester, Eng. Hamburg-Madeburg. Germany. Home Mutual, Ban Francisco, Cal, ? His Gang in the Big Ex press Robbery. NEW YORK QUARANTINED AGAINST By the Porlngese Govemmeit Officials. CROWDING INTO TUB STRIP. Several Land Getters Fall Dead in the Ranks. Bill Dalton Suspected. Chicago, Sept. 18. The detectives who are working on the Lake Shore train robbery case believe Bill Dalton bad some connection with It, as he was in this city within the last week. CiiiOAao,Ill8.,Bept. 13. The amount secured by the Lake Shore robbers is now put at nineteen thousand dollars. The chief detectives of Chicago place little credence in the story that Bill Dalton, the notorious southwestern train robber, had anything to do with the robbery. He says the best informa tion indicates that the gang consisted of seven men, of whom two were col ored. New York Infected. Lisbon, Sept. 13. The Portuguese authorities have declared a cholera quarantine against New York as an in fected port. The Land (Jotters. Arkansas City, Bept. 13. The crowd coming into the town is stupen dous, being augmented hourly. Regis tration goes slowly on, and many more clerks are needed if nil now on hand se cure registration. Gamblers are plying their trade at which there is much indignation and -trouble feared. ' Three men died here this morning at the booths, of dust and exhaustion. An Oregon Highwaymen. Klamath Falls, Ore., Sept. 13. The highwayman who held up the Agor stage Sunday afternoon, stopped the same stage yesterday and relieved two Chinese passengers of ninety dol lars and returned to the driver, two pension drafts, part of the spoils of his first adventure. The express box and mail pouches he left untouched this time. A Lumpy Arm. Wabuincjton, Sept. 13. A large lump having developed on tbe right arm of Secretary Carlisle, will, in a day or two have a surgical operation. Tbe lump has long resisted treatment, and the secretary has suflered great atrony. He has littio use of his arm and has endeavored to keep the fact of the approaching operation a secret. Attached By a Mob. Rome, Sept. 13. A mob of Italians attacked Hungarian peasant at Deal- yees and tried to burn the town hall. The riot was quelled by troops after 25 were wounded. Tbe trouble was caused by radical animosity. Sudden Death. London, Sept 13.-8urgeon Parke, who was a member of both the Stanley andEmln expeditions in Africa, died suddenly on Sunday while vis ting the Duke of St, Albans at Alta Craig. Cures Scrofula iaad tocul low condition StwJik, k wm Uclt t could not lire. INHERITED 5CR0FULA. Mii Cared my little boy of berUUry M gerofuU, wMcb wied ftll orr kW fe. For jrr I tu4 rl tea up H fcoj ot kU wcowy. wmo anUy I wm loVlOMd tO MS MHHMM A few bOttUS cur4 him, and Hf ao rrmpUma of IT DALTON In Oongross. Washington, Sept. 18. Senate Mills today giive notice that he would address the senate Tuesday, when Stewart's resolution for the committee to ascertain whether seuators were in terested In national banks came up. Stewart addressed the senate lu adjo cacy of it. After a few moments ho diverged into a general dlscusatonof the silver question. Voorbeee suggested one week from today aa a suitable time for closing tho debate on tha repeal bill. Dubois, of Idaho, objected. Shoup then addressed the senate in opposition to repeal. Though the bill to repeal the federal election law Is to bo presented tomor row In the house. It la not nrobable the debate on the measure will begin before Friday. The debate promises to be a bittor partisan one. House Talbert, of South Carolina, Introduced a resolution directing the currency oommlttea to immediately re port the bill of McLurln, of South Carolina, for Issue 'the hundred and twenty-flve million dollars of treasury notes, for the relief of tbe people. The resoiutldn waa received with luugbter, and objections, and the house went Into committee of tbe whole on the publlo printing bill. Congressman Geary, of California, states tbe administration's chango of policy on the Chinese question is not in favor of the passage of the Everett bill suspending operations of tho Geary law for one year. The cabinet has just had u mooting on the Clhnese subject. Steamer Sunk. Olympia, Wn., Sept. 13. The steamer Multnomah, on her regular trip to Seattle, struck a suukon pllo about balf a mile from ilso wharf. She put into the west side mill wharf, landed twenty passengers, and then sank. The damage is notyetkuown. Seattle's Treasury Gone. Seattle, Sept. 14. A statement was made recently that City, Treasujor Krug could not produce the (300,000 which tbe lost statement of the city controller showed should be in tho treasury. This caused tho city council to make an Investigation. It resulted In finding but $73,000 in tho city vaults Treasurer Krug could not be found and tho mayor has formally removed him from ofllce, appointing Edward Graves president of tbe Washington National bank, acting treasurer. It is known that Krug has gone to British Colum bia. Millionaire Ames Dead. New Yokk, Sept. 13. Frpderiok I. Ames, the millionaire vice-president of Old Colony railroad, and director of tbe Union Paclflo, waa found dead this morning. Rumors are prevalent that an official examination and autopsy would reveal the cause of tbe death to be entirely diflerent from that glveu to the public He Is reputed to bo worth twenty-five millions. Heresy Case. Toronto, Sept. 13. Tbe trial of Prof. Campbell for heresy began here before tbe Montreal presbytery. The first charge was "in view of the inspiration of tbe scriptures discrediting there Is a supreme and infallible source of relig ious truth." After a lengthy and heated debate tho charge was declared proven by a vote of twenty-one to thirteen. Brutal Murder. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Sept. 13, Tboinas McCoy, aged 45, during a drunken fight with Paul White, aged 21, smashed In the letter's skull with an ax. McCoy was held for man slaughter. A Strange Vessel. Panama, Sept. 13. A strange vessel flying a red flag and cruising oil Msgda- lena recently was pursued ly the Co lombian guuboat La I'opa, but f Heeled ber escape, sailing eastward. It is be lleved she iiad arms on board fur the revolutionist. She is probably the .....l ,fif IhftH fun tfvinlllr! since by a Venrzuelan revenue cutter on Maracuoo. Oil FOREIGN FlUENDS. Emperor William Gives His Peo ple Some Taffy. REVOLUTION IN SODTII AMERICA. Crimea and Casualties from nil Quarters. Emporor William at Oarlsruha. Berlin, Sept. 13. Emperor William reviewed tho troops at Carlsruhe and in response to a toast at a dinner given m his honor In tho ovonlng by the Grand Duke of Baden, the emporor re ferred to his visit to Carlsruhc last spring on his return from Italy, saying that at that time the thought occurred to him, Will tho German nation remain to Its task or deviate from (ho path In dicated by Emperor WllllamI and show itself unworthy of tho good deeds of Emperor Frederick as tho decisive hour approached and it became necessary to again direct tbe Germun people lu tho right way? Ho thanked' the grand duko and othor princes for the efforts to bring forward their men to assomblo around tho Imperial standards, and said that through tholr united efforts Germany stood arrayed in fresh armor as tbe onco divine hero Heimdal stood watching over tho peace of tho world, Bio 'Janeiro Bombarded. Rome, 8ept. 18. The Italian govern ment has received a dispatch from Bio Janeiro, dated yesterday, saying that Admiral Demallos was informed by representatives of foreign powers at Rio Janeiro, that tho vessels of the In surgent squadron would open flro on the city's defences, at 9 o'clock this morning (Wednesday), The forts In tho buy vili bo tho first attacked separate ly, it Is believed, and upon tbo result of (.his bombardment the future move ments of the rebels will be decided. In consequence of this announcement ar rangements havo been mudo to send tho foreign war ships and merchant vessel at Rio, to positions outside the line of flro. Trouble in South America. Montevideo, Sept. 13. Brazil's naval rebels are having it hard tlmo of It. Hemmed In within tho bay of Rio, they fear to run tho gaunlet of tho fort and torpedoes at 'he entrance and put out to sea, and an attempt to land has been repulsed with considerable loss of men. The Brazilian minlstor lioro re ceived n telegram yesterday saying that the rebel squadrons had fired upon NJc thorey, a suburban town near tho en trance to tho harbor of Rio. Tho in surgents then tried to effect a lauding with some of their men In small boats, but were repulsed by the police, rein forced by some troops with Krupp guns. Fifty-one of the rebels were killed and thirty moro wounded. Tho government Josses lu tbo encounter are not reported. Tho land forces and tho garrison in tho forts remain loyal to President Pulxoto. Rio and Nlcthorey havo been declared In a state of siege for tho last ten days, and this condition may be extended to any part of Brazil whero It Is deemed necesrary. The rebel squadrou shows no Inclination to leave tbo bay, The Brazilian gunboat Bahla has gone up to Paraguay river, with orders in case any of tbo ships at Matto Grosao Join in tbe revolution against Pelxoto to engage with them. In South Africa. GAl'UToWN, Sept, 13. DUquIetlug news is received from Fort Victoria. Large bodies of Matabeles In full fight ing order are on the frontier of tbe chartered company. Numbers of fright ened Maabouas stampeded in Fort Vic toria, where preparations are being made against a determined attack by force. Mounted troops were sent out to Investigate, wltb tho result that all settlers were called Into the fort, bring ing alt the arms, food and ammunition obtainable. It Is feared the bostlln will capture tho trooper's horse. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report J&4& ABSOLUTELY PURE A Excepting Only in Point of At tendance. THE SECOND DAY'S RACE RECORDS. Somo of tho Agricultural Premi ums Atrnrdod. The Blato board or agriculture aro making horolo struggles to save the stato fair from financial ruins. Tho peoplo simply havo not got tbo monoy to pay gato foes with, to say nothing of othor inoidental expenses attending visits to tho fair from a dis tance. Of course, all with free passes aro present. Those who expect to get 50 eta to (6,00 on bed quilts, orooheting and canned fruits arolu attendance long enough to entor their exhibits. The Chicago world's fair has taken tbe financial life out of every stato fair lu tbo nation and Oregon Is no excop tlon. Tbo Iowa stato fair ran $10,000 behind paying expenses and gets $50, 000 from tho stato. Pooplo who did not go to Chicago are saving to go to the midwinter fair at Sun Francisco. But this combination of evils is per haps better to have come on In a year when tho fair was doomed.to havo u struggle. The Oregon stato agricultural soci ety held its thirty-third annual meet ing at the of II co of tho sooloty on tho fair grounds Tuosday night, the meet ing being called to order by President Wm. Galloway, with Secretary A. F. Miller at tho desk. Oiucors wero elected for the ensuing years as follows; Wm. Galloway, pres ident; J. G. Wright, vlco president; A. F. Mlller,ecrotury; A. Bush, treasurer. M. Wilklns was re-elected member of the state board crt agriculture. J. T, Gregg, John G. Wright and Wm. Galloway woro appointed n com mittee to proparo resolutions on the death of R. E. Bybee, Dr. Paytou and T. McF. Putton, members of tho soci ety. Tho following named were elected life members of the soeloty: John G. Wright, W. L. Slraoral, W. H. Savage, A. F. Miller, O. P. Miller, Al. Cart wright, Henry Fletoher, Amos Wil klns, C. M. Parmenter, I. L. Simpson, D. H. Loonoy, A. F. MoAtce, J. R. Wilson, 7u F. Moody. Dr. Jas. Whithy oombe, R. O. Hawley, John Stewart, Van B. DeLashmutt. W. F. Matlock, J. T. Hurst. Tbo society adjourned to meet on Friday evening at tbe samo placo. SECOND DAY RACKS. The Judges of tho races wero Messrs. Loouey, Matlock and Simpson and Mlnto and Baker kept time on tho racers. Wrlgbt and Collins acted as starters. Tho first race on tho progani was for 2-year-old pacers for a Btake and f 250 added. Parker's Altawood was the only entry and the black filly went round the course In 2:20J and took tho money. 3-hinutk tiiot. Barrow Bros.' b g De Linn, Multnomah Barrow 3 112 2 1 J. W. Ballev'a br s King Patchen, Mombrlno King RowtMembrlBo.Mosler 2 2 2 112 T.O. Powell's b g Oliver Twist, Graduate Berd Henry 18 3 8 8 8 TJme-2:37i,i:3o,, 2:35, 2:37, 2:80, 2:30. The third was a running mite dash for 2-year-olds for stake and f 250 and here Is the recerd: Phillip Painter's br f Verde Paul. St, Paul Ree 1 William Cribble's b f Manetta, HU Pul . Byrno 1 Time 2:00. Tbo last race of the day was a three elghU mile dash for a purse f 1)00. J, WhlUet'sgr g Gray Cap unknown ................ uaiuraitii a F. M.B turkey's g Cyclone, Ironclud clad............... Uozviii'iu 1 J. O, Thorp's br g Funny, unknnwu . ... Reea 2 Time 80. l'HKWIIMS AWARDED. The Judge took the entry books from the secretary's ofllce yesterday morn Baking Powder ing and during the day the work of passing upon tho merits waa paosecuted and by evening the following award uad oee. uuneuueed: CATTLE-JERSEYS. R. Soott, superintendent; James WIthycombo and L. N. Grabel, judfes. J. H. Albert, Salem, bull 2 years and under 3, 1st. D. H. Looney, Jefferson, bull 3 yeara and over, bull calf under 12 mo., cow 8 and ovor, cow 2 and under 8, cow-1 anduuder2, heirer calf linger 12 mo., herd of 0 smlumln, Is'; sumo, cow 3 aud ovor, o-w2 and un.lor 8, oiw 1 and un der 2, heifer under 1, herd of 6 animals 1 bill 1 1 and 4 cows, 2d.' IIOLSTEINB. F. W. Durbln, Howell, bull 2 at d under 3, cow 3 and ovor, cow 1 and un der 2, bull calf under 1, helftir under 1, 1st; cow 1 and under 2, 2J; herd of 6, and cow any ago, 1st. H. W. Cottlo, Salem, bull 3 and over, cow 2 and undor 8, bull any ago, sweep Btakes, 1st: cow 3 or over, cow 2 and under 3, herd of 5, 2d. BED roLLED. J. L. Parrlsli, Salem, 1st on cow 8 and ovor, cow 2 and under 8, heifer calf un dor 1, and herd of A. SHEEP AMERICAN MERINO. Hnmlln Smith, superintendent: Geo. Goodbuo and O. D. Nairn, Judges. 11. W. Carov. Salem. lBt on ram over d, ram over 1 and under 2, pair ram lambs, ewo over 2,owe over 1 and under 2, pair owe lambs. CROSS BREEL'S. John Mlnto. Balem. 1st on ram over 2, ram over 1 and undor 2, and pair ram lambs. ORADED VINE WOOL BHEBP. John Mlnto, Salem, 1st on buok over 2 aud buok ovor 1. LEICESTER. J. W. MoKinnoy, Turner, 1st on ram ovor 2; and 1st aud 2d on ram 1 and undor 2, ewo over 2, ewe 1 and under 2, 1st on pair ram and pair ewe lambs, COTBWOLDS, Jas. WIthycombo, Portland, 1st oa ram over 2, ram overland under 2, owe over 2, ewo over 1 aud under 2. NEW OXFORDSHIRE. J. D. Nairn, Bellevue, let on ram overland under 2, ewo over 2, pair ram lambs and pair owo Itunba, 2d on ewe over 2. BURorsimiEs and oraded. E. O. Cross, Salem, 1st on ram over 2. Jas. Wlttycombo, Portland, 1st on ram over 2. E. O. Cross, Salem, 1st on pair ewe lambs. Georglo Blmeral, Maoleay, 1st on ewe ovor 1 aud under 2; Roy Blmeral, Mao leay, 2d on same. ANOORA aOATS. Claggett & Son, Balem, 1st on buok over 1 and under 2, ewo over 2, owe over 1, pair ewe lnmbs; diploma on sin glo ewe. n UTTER. A. F, Miller, superintendent: Thos. Paulson, A. F, McAfee, Judges. Douglas & Co., Springfield. 1st and 2d on creumery butter not less than 10 pounds. Mrs. F. A. Wolfe, FalU City. 1st on 25 pounds packed dairy butter, Mrs.M, Carr, Falls City, 2d on same, IC. L. Uluuard, Hllvertou, 2d best 10 pounds same. BaruhA. Condlt. Aumsvllle. 1st on best 10 pounds In pound priuts, butter made by famines on the farm In the or dinary work of manufacture: Mrs. K, J2. Wandt, Salem 2d on esme;Mrs, D. McKlbauey, Whitaker, 2d ou best 26 pounds packed farm butter. Mrs. J, Condlt, Turner, 1st oa 10 poundajvrsey butter; 2d on 25 pound packed butter. OREGON MANUKAOTUUUL The oxblblt of the Thos. Kty weefea mills of 841111 wua yesterday fm4 upon by th special committee and the uwurd nf first premium wm made in Mr. K y for (tie tu-xi ilUp n.v it iuunu fMO'ured woolen giMiis, TJtK VHINT I'YBAMIp. Ctias. Walt, who uot uu aud fee oharge of the apleudld dtyIy at tH aiuie rair paviuon baa given im the M Htwuaoa roariu ptKf.) M sS-J.