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LONG LIVE SPAIN !
And "Down With the United
SPANIARDS' WILD SHOUT,
Mobs Rioting in the CitiesThe
Cadiz, Spain, March 7. A mob of
COO students met In the Genoves Park
today. They paraded before tho
town Hall carrying two Spanish Hags,
with cries of "long live Spain,"
"down with tho United States'," etc.
Soveral students were . wounded by
the police who dispersed them and
further outbreaks arc anticipated.
LONG LIVE WEYLER.
Barcelona, Spain, March 7. The
orchestra at the Grind theatre last
night playcdtho national march, and
the audience aroso with enthusiastic
shouts of "Long live Spain," "Long
live General Weylcr," "Down with
the United States." etc.
THE POLICE INTERFERES.
The audience, after leaving the
theatre, Joined by many other people,
paraded tho streets uttering similar
shouts. Tho pollco were unable to
disperse tho crowd, and It became
necessary to call out the gen d'armes,
who succeeded In quelling tho dis
turbance. To Sever Trade Relations.
Havana, March 7. A strong effort
Is being made for united action by the
Spanish merchants nnd Importers of
tho entire Island, looking to a com
plete severance of commercial rela
tions In the United States. Clenfue
gos dispatches announce that an nntl
Aracrlcan domonstrutlonis to be held
thoro tonight. Tho Clonfuegos cham
ber of commerce resolved, 41s a protest
against the action of the United
States, to cancel all orders outstand
ing for American mado goods, and to
boycott American goods In tlio future.
Commercial organizations In Havana,
Matanzas, Cardenas nnd other cities
havobcen notified, of tho Clenfuegos
merchants' action and asked loco
operate. Tho Havana chamber of commerce
Immediately held a meeting and
passed a resolution congratulating tho
Clenfuegos chamber on Its patriotic
attitude, and promising to lay Its
action before Havana's several com
mercial organizations for action. A
committee was nlso appointed to wait
on Captain-General "Weylcr and ask
his advice. Ho recommended pru
denco and extreme caution on the
part of the Havana chamber, and
deprcnted any hasty action. The
commlttco nfesurcd him of its regret
for nny offensive words against him,
and against Spain In tho United
States senate, nnd pledged him Its
Tho Havana-produce exchange nlso
held n meeting to consider tho Clen
fuegos proposition. Mnny members
urged Immediate boycott on Ameri
can Imports. One member, a colonel
of volunteers, said Cuba could do
without American lard nnd could use
Spanish oil. Ho had no uso for any
thing American now. Others who
maintained that they were equally
good Spaniards, urged deliberation.
After much patrlotlo talk the con
servative element prevailed, at least
for the present. Tho meeting con
tented itself with sending a dispatch
to tho Clenfuegos merchants, applaud
ing their patriotic motives, but omit
ting to pledge co-operation in the pro
Tho Diarlo do la Marina saying ed ed
ieorially: "Wc are pleased to know of an ef
fort being made to sever our commer
cial relations with tho United States
as a protest against the notion of the
American senate and house. Accord
ing to our information the Havana as
well as tho Clenfuegos business com
munity will agree to suspend all pend
ing orders now placed in the United
States. We applaud this patriotic re
solve." Weyler'a Proclamation.
Havana, March 7. Tho captain-
general of Cuba, General Valerlano
Weyler, has an important proclama
tion, of which tho following la a
"My attcutlon has been drawn to
the freqnency witli which civil and
mllltnry authorities, and army oni
ccrs, in the country and towns pro
ceed to arrest citizens, afterwards
placed at my disposal to bo de
ported from the lslamj without rea
sonable cause for such measures,
and having polntcdi out In my
previous clrcnlars the -charges
pertaining to war, the Jurisdic
tion and formalities for trials, L
have decided toexitcVln accordance
with said circulars, that arrests must
bo Justified with all reasons and proof
possible, so as to proceed with all
Justice against tho prisoners.
Therefore, tho authorities and army
ofllcors will so order In tho case of
overyono who Is arrested without
proofs enough to establish his guilt."
Madrid, March 7. tyhcre have been
renowed demonstrations of hostility
to tho United State at Valencia,
Alicante and Dolores. f here was also
a demonstration of -sympathy made
before the Fronch eongulntc at A'alcn
cla. Tho French consul appeared on
the balcony In response to tho accla
mations of tho crowd and saluted
The nows from tho lUnltcd States
of tho Insults offered tlio Spanish Hag
by students of Princeton university
have produced the greatest Indigna
tion In tho city, and they were dis
cussed warmly at tho cafes and clubs.
Tho discussions' though, were accom
panied by no disorders
Dispatches from Havana say a ma
jority of tho Cuban merchants have
agreed to boycott the (products of the
"WASHINCJTON, March 7. Tho news
of tho demonstration's against tho
United States consulate at Valencia
by tho Spanish mob stirred no resent
ment whatever among tho members
of tho house, and caused scarcely any
comment. Chairman Illtt, of tho
foreign affairs commlttco, remarked
that the action of tho Spanish gov
ernment In closing two universities to
proven I disorder plainly showed Its
condemnation of hostile demonstra
tions against tho United ,Ststcs.
Tho state department has not yet
been Informed officially of tho re
ported stone-throwing at tho Ameri
can consulate In Valencia, and, be
cause Mr. Taylor has not scon lit to
make a retTo'rt, It Is believed tho affair
was not serious.
Portugal Supports Spain.
London, March 7, Tho Lisbon cor
respondent of tho Times telegraphs,
that tho attitude of tho Spanish gov
ernment In regard to tho Cuban dllll
culty Is unanimously approved In
Portugal, and ho quotes the Commcr
clo, of Lisbon, saying:
"The procccolngs of tho United
States, unique and unexampled In
history, will cause a complete distur
bance of Intcruarlonal rights unless
nil tho nations of Europe rise and
New Yoric, March 7. A special to
tho "World from Caracas says:
Tho ninety days allowed Venezuela
to answer tho demand for Indemnity
for the arrest of tho English officials,
Hurries and Baker, on tho Urimii
river, In December, 1894, hnH expired.
Tho government will not speak out
daily, but tho highest authority Is
given for the statement that tho
Venezuelan government refused to
pay tho indemnity, declaring that the
question of arrest and boundary dis
pute cannot lw separated. To pay
tho Indemnity would be to recognize
British sovereignity over Venezuelan
It Is believed hero that unless Sir
Julian Pauncefotc and Minister And
rado can arrange tlio matter satisfac
torily In Washington Kngland will
use force to collect tho money, treat
ing tho arrests as distinct from tho
Congressional Election Nullified.
Washington, March 7. Tho house
commlttco on elections No. 2 today de
cided to report the last congressional
election In the fifth Louisiana dis
trict, null nnd void, on account of
fraud and intimidation
Tlio decision of tho committee, bus
stained by the house, unseats Boasher
a Democrat, without seating his con
testant, Alex. Benolt, a Populist, and
thus creates-n vacancy. Tho votcln
tho commltte was strictly on party
The Queen Alive.
Shanghai, March 7. Colonel Voz
huk, tho Russian military agent to
China, confirms tho report that tho
queen of Corea is alive.
A Water Famine.
JohannesiiurQi March 7. A water
famine Is Imminent here.
Children Cry for
ALL QUIET AT ROME,
The African ICrisis Is Much
THE ITALIAN COMMANDER
Sends Moro Cheerful Reports from
Home, March 7 Tho African crisis
assumed a somewhat brighter aspect
this morning as n result or tho receipt
at tho war otllcc of a dispatch from
General Dnldlsscra, commander of tho
Italian forces, announcing that tho
situation Is not so desperate as was
generally imagined. Ho says ho has
18,000 troops at his disposal without
counting, the garrison of tho forts
and reinforcements, amounting to
12,000 men, now on tho way to Mas
sowah, but tho general urgently re
quests tho Immediate dispatch of am
munition and supplies, particularly
There was moro rioting In Milan
yesterday evening. Twelvo soldiers,
nnd sixteen rioters were wounded.
Tho agitation is due to tho fierce op
position of tho populace to tho de
parture of more troops.
THE AUIQRAT CAPTURED.
RqmE,' March 7,-Tho Tall Mall
Gazette publishes a dispatch from
Rome, saying it Is rumored that
Adlgr.it has been captured.
THE O ARRI80N8 IN MUTINT.
Home, March 7. Tho troops form
ing garrisons at Milan and Florcnco
almost broko Into open mutiny today.
They wero calmed by tho officers.
TO AUANDON AUYBSINIA
London, March 7. A special dis
patch from Home saysi Humbcrfcjiua
ordered Slgnor Frnnzoi to undtrtnko
a special mission to Abyssinian,
Negus Mcnolek. Slgnor Franzol be
lieves It Is best to concludo nn honor
able peace with tho Abysslnians and
abandon the country.
I10MB, March 7. Popolo Romano
refers to tho fact that considerable
anxiety Is folt for tho safety of tho
Italian garrison at Adigrat. Tho
troops thor have only threo days'
supply of provisions nnd arc sur
rounded by tho Shoau army. Unless
promptly relieved Adigrat must fall,
and a further massucro ofthe Italians
Dispatches from Massowah to Ital
ian papers show that tho Italians
fought bravely at Adowa and oboyed
orders wherover they wero well led.
Hut thoy wero badly organized find
thero was no direct control over tho
distribution of tho forces.
General Arlmondl nnd Colonel
Gnllano, with 300 white soldiers, nro
now reported to lw prisoners In tho
hands of tho Shoans. It Is reported
that Cassala Is now Hurroundcd by tho
According to tho Italia Milltarlo
tho Italian losses wero 4,000, of which
3,000 belonged to General Albcrtono's
column. It Is positively ascertained
that General Dabormlda Is dead. Tho
only thing known of Albcrtoiio Is that
ho fell wounded In the attack.
Looking for New.
St l'ETERHiiURa, March 7. Captain
Wiggins, tho well-known Artie ex
plorer, says that Information respect
ing ,Dr, Nnnsen would probably bo
found at Capo Clielyuokln, whoro
stores were left for him.
IOWAN iMKJRANTfl. II. S. Cook,
of tho Oregon Laud company, re
turned last night from Iowa. Ho
was accompanied by a party of about
twenty emigrants from that state
who propose locating about Sulcm,
A second party numbering about
24, from tho sumo state, will arrive
in tho city tomorrow, This In tho
third band of emigrants that has
arrived In Salem this winter under
the supervision of Mr. Cook, u party
numbering over sixty having arrived
a few weeks since.
Old people who rcqulro medicine to
regulate tho bowels and kidneys will
find the true remedy In Electric Hit
ters. This medicine does not stimu
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intoxicant but acts as a tonic and
alterative It acts mildly on tho
stomach niitjlxiwcis, adding strength
and giving tone to tlio organs, thereby
aiding Nature In tho performance of
tho functions. Electric bitters is an
excellent appetizer and aids digestion.
Old Pconle find it lust exactly what
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THE PEOPLE'S BATTLE
It Is Fought In Kentucky as
MANY "SOUND MONEY"
Republicans Going Over to John G
Carlisle for Sonator,
Louihvim,k, March 7. A special to
tho Post from Frnnkrort, Ky., says:
Thero was another crowd present to
boo tho 42d ballot on United States
senator taken. Tho roll call showed
121 members present, necessary to n
choice, 03. Pairs numbered soven.
Aftor tho roll call was completed, a
Populist Poor said ho bellovcd tho
timo had arrived to elect Blackburn.
He cast his vote for Blackburn. Thon
ono by ono eleven Domocruts changed
to Blackburn from Carlisle.;
Speaker Blakford said that when It
becamo that a certain "sound monoy"
Republican could not bo elected, ho
would follow his peoples wishes nnd
vote for "sound money" Democrats.
Ho changed his vote to Carlisle nmld
tho wildest excitement. The nssombly
was In a tumult. Tho chair ordorcd
tho galleries cleared. This was dono
nftcrsomo confusion. Tlio scone Son
tho lloor battled description. Tho
"sound monoy" men held a consulta
tion nnd urged each other to chnngo to
Aftor tho galleries had been cleared
tho chair announced tho result of tho
42d ballot as follews:
Boylo CD I Blackburn GO
A motion to adjourn was lost. Tho
announcement of a refusal of tho
assembly to adjourn raised Interest to
a fever heat again, Tlio Republicans
filibustered in an attempt to stave olT
Tho roll was called for another bal
lot. In tho second ballot Blacdnurn
got 40, Carlisle 15. Tlio speaker de
cided no quorum. An effort was
mado to adjourn but, was fruitless.
But after some further wrangling tho
legislature finally adjourned.
Salem School Election.
Orcgonlnu, March 7. (Salem cor
A school director or tho Salem dis
trict will bo elected uoxt Monday,
Tho candidates aro Dr. W. II. Byrd,
tho present Incumlient, and William
Chcrrlugton. Dr. Byrd is a Demo
crat and Mr. Chcrrlugton Is a Repub
lican. Mr. Cherrlngtoii Is Bald to bo
a member of tho American Protcctivo
Association, Dr. Byrd Is not. Ah tho
time of election draws near, tho lines
are bcl rig drawn and tho forces mar
shaled on both sides.
A redeeming feature Is the fact that
no bitter personalities nro resorted to
by cither side. No personal objections
worth noting are heard against
cither candidate. Both aro reputable
men. Neither Is offensively partisan
politically. Politics will not lie a
dominant factor In Monday's election.
Mr. Chcrrlugton will doubtless rc
cclvo the A. P. A. vote to tho full
extent that organization can control
tho voteH of Its HKMiilwrH. Tho fact
that Mr. Chorrlngton represents the
A. P. A. and Dr. Byrd does not kcI
forth tho Issue, nnd the vote will
practically decide tlio strength of the
A. P. A. In Salem, What tho voting
population of Salem Is is very uncer
tain,. Tho census has evidently been
mado In tho past on dllfcrcut basis.
The returns for consecutlvo years vary
In hoiiio iiiHtnucoH over 1200. Tho re
turns for this year gtvo a population
It Is claimed tho true voting popu
lation Is over 1700. Tho total vote
'cast last year was 041. Of these
I Thomas Bruce received CM and L. I),
Henry 65. Bruce was considered an
I A. P. A., whllo Henry was not,
i There was not much Interest taken In
tho election last year, however, and
tlio contest tills year will overshadow
j Honnuuu Shellberg, of Sublimity,
! was a Salem visitor today.
Highest of all in Leavening PowerLatest U.S. Gov't Report
A SCHOOL ELECTION,
Reply to tho Letter Printed
BY "FRIEND 0FSCH00LS"
Groat Interest Shown in Monday's
Editor Jeurnal: Your paper last
evening contained an artlclo signed by
n "Friend of Public Schools," which
Is ono of t'io most unjust and unkind
attacks on ono of our very best citi
zens. It Is written in the Interest of
Dr. Byrd for school director; but If
such scurrilous, misleading state
ments, made In tho spirit of mRllce,
tilled with venom, and foisted on tho
pcoplo in the namo of tolerance, cau
assist In perpetuating a man In office,
then human nature must have greatly
changed. Tho dnys when voters wero
swayed with such "pressure" aro past,
It Is to bo hoped.
Tho letter opens with an extract
from tho Orogonlnn, attacking the A.
P. A. Now, whllo this has nothing to
do with tho question at Issue, It
should bo remembered that tho Ore
gontan has for two years past conven
iently lashed soveral political ele
ments in print, whllo Its henchmen
havo, under various pretexts,
"worked" tho samo pcoplo to "stand
In" for Its deals. That samo crowd
has regularly tried, nnd to somo ex
tent succeeded, In hoodwinking both
tlio A. P. A. and Catholic vote.
Tho statements In regard to Mr.
Cherrlngtoii being tho candidate of
any order, or that money is being put
up to elect him, In false la toto.
Dr, Byrd will not gain votes by this
method of deception on tho part of
his friends. Do tho voters of school
district No. 21 want to trust n man
who employs such dovlces for his ele
Ono chargo Is mado against Mr.
Chorrlngton that ho must needs ac
knowledge, viz., that ho has not lived
hero ns long as Dr. Byrd. Many oth
ers who nro good citizens have not.
But this Is no Bin, for by coming
among us and making his homo here,
Mr. Chorrlngton has shown that ho
has faith In our city and Is Interested
In its welfare. Ho does not dopend
upon tradition for his standing as a
man, but carries respect with him
wherever ho goes. Ho is a clean
handed, successful business man.
Tho report Is being falsely circulat
ed that Mr. Cherrlngtoii Is In favor of
moro extravagant methods In tho ad
ministration of Echool nffulrs. None
but a fool would bcllovo this, yet tho
samo persons who nro favoring Dr.
Byrd, persist In circulating this state
ment, when they know It is not true.
Thoy nro tho Bamo men who circulat
ed tho statement that Mr. Byrd had
given his own personal note to sccuro
money for the maintenance of
our schools. This they found
to bo too ridiculously false,
and tho gentleman was compelled to
acknowledge that such was not tho
caso. Wisdom would dictate that all
similar misrepresentations bo with
drawn, yet they jwrslst In peddling
them from pillar to post. Will the
voters hnvo their eyes blinded by this
dust or deceit?
Tho charge of Intolerance Is made,
and of nrraylog man against man,
and this "Friend of Schools" even
goes so far as to my Mr. Clierrlngton'ft
uaucldacy Is uii-Anicrlcnn, If ever
an effort was made to array citizen
agulust citizen It Is tho letter of this
very correspondent, nnd if over an un
Americanism was perpetrated it is in
the attempt to prevent the citizens of
School District No. 21 from having
moro than one candidate for school
What I have said above Is not only
as a friend of tho puhllo schools, but
A Friend Op Justice.
F. S. Dearborn went to Portland
this afternoon to remain ovorSunday.