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HAIiBM, OREGON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1893.
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Brazil's Capital by
.CLEVELAND BY STEWART;
Dobato Opened on tlio Federal
Election Bill. -
London, Bopt. 20, A cable from Rio
dated at 10 o'clock this -.morning says:
Tbe rebel squadron ban resumed tbe
bombardment of tbe capital of Brazil
this morning. Tbe fort replied to tbe
Are. Tbe ships ceased firing and re
tired out of range. Tbe damage to Rio
do Janeiro is said to be very heavy,
Tbe warships are also reported to have
Buffered from tbe fire of .the forts, but
full particulars are unattainable.
In Congress. ;
Washington. Sept. 20.
senate met this morning
men were caught nappping by Stewart,
who observed that there was no quorum
and questioned tbe propriety of the
senate proceeding. A stay of proceed
ings was necessary until tbe members
strolled in, one by one, to a sufficient
number to constitute a quorum.
Dubois, of Idaho, created a sensation
by offering the following resolution,
which went over till tomerrow:
Whereas, Several sovereign states
being without tbe full representation
in tbe senate to which they arc entitled,
Resolved, That tbe consideration of
legislation relating to the federal elec
tion laws, tbe tarlfl and financial mat
ters, matet tally affecting partially un
represented states, be postponed In tbe
senate until Monday, January 16, 1804,
to enable tbe states of Washington,
Montana and, Wyoming to bave tbe
influence and protection in the senate
guaranteed each sovereign state by tbe
constitution of the United States.
The resolution was laid on tbe table,
yeas 27; nays 10.
The repeal bill was then taken up.
WA8HINOTON, 8ept. 20. - A two
weeks' debate on tbe bill to repeal the
federal election laws was opened in tbe
bonse this morning. The galleries were
well filled, and an unusual number of
negroes were present, showing their in
terest in the matter, Tucker, 'of Vir
ginia, author of tbe bill, opened fur the
Tucker payed bis respects to John I.
Davenport, whose atrocities, be said,
were more Infamous than those of the
Duko of A boa,
Perkins addressed tbe senate In op
position to tbe repeal bill, after which
Stewart took the floor. He read from
a paper articles on tbe president's al
leged rebuke to tbe senate.
Palmer, a Democrat of Illinois, asked
whether It was consistent with proper
relations between tbe senate and the
president to reud In the senate grave
charges against tbe executive, for
which he (Stewart) would not be re
Stewart said It was consistent for
blm as a senator to defend tbe senate
when the press said the president was
rebuking the seuate and calling sena
"Let bis friends deny that be has
used patronage to control legislation"
said Stewart. "Let tbem make It clear
how the opinion of congress has been
changed and bow the overwhelming
majority in favor of free coinage In
congress bad been changed to a good
Ws Otter You Itemed
-which Insures Sttetr to
V Uto o Mothsr tut Child.
" Mather's Friend"
Robs Contiaemtnt ct its
Fsia. Horror iul Bisk.
After using cm bottl of "UW$ Frld"
I ioflered Uut llUto ln, mJdU w.t eijr
ioce tbttkije aiwnrard imiuI Id wwh
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BKADnCLO REGULATOR CO..
gold by U orortUU. ATtAjrH.O.
Flllegrini Again Takon.
Buknqs Xyuks, Sept. 26. Ex-Presl-dent
Pellegrini who was- recently cap
tured byj.be Insurgents aud came near
being sliot, has
OKoln fallen Into tbeir
hand?, apd It Is
said he will be tried
Hops In New Tork.
' New 0k, Sept. 20. Hops are
steady and unchanged on very light
bust ne S3.' .Brewers and exporters aro
doing almost nothing and the uncer
tainty of the future restricts the pur
chases to merely Immediate needs.
' TMe Charleston at Bio.
WwisHiKaTON, Sept. 20. The U.S.
Cruiser Charleston left Montevideo,
Urguay" wx Rio de Janeiro Set. 22, and
is probably pow At Rio.
Raitfoad Employos Araod.
Chicago, Sept. 20. Owing to the re
peated robberies the railroad com
punlea bavo decided to arm their men
on all trains hauling mall or expresb.
The Administration on Exclusion.
Washington, 8ept, 20. Great inter
est centered In tbe session of the bouse
today, as It was known a coinrauuicai
linn would be received staiiug the posi
tion of the president and administra
tion on the Chinese exclusion question.
The position, eccupied: by the adminis
tration reeardlug the execution of the
Oeary execution law was definitely set
tled by tbe communication today bent
to the house. The letter contains
copies of tbe Instructions seut to collec
tors of customs by tbe treasury depart
ment under date of May.
4. They are Instructed to toko no
steps looking to the enforcement of the
deportation act until further notice.
Under tho same dute tbe uttornty
general Instructs the attorneys and
marshalls uOt to proceed except on
order of tbe court. With regard to tbe
Chinese who obtaiued admlsilou to tbe
United States under false representa
tion, -tho-letter dlreotH tho officers- of
tbe department to use every effort to en
force the law by arrest and prosecution.
There is also a copy of a telegram of
Attorney-general Olney, dattd Septem
ber Instructing the district attorney at
San Fruncico, In view of the fact tbut
no grounds exist for carrying out the
law, to have such Chinese held liable to
deportation to be discharged from cus
tody until such provision ia made.
San Fiunci8co, Sept. 20. Drs.
Joseph von Werthon and Edward P,
Drlscoll and Hurry J, Gray, a youny
man from Lincoln, Cat., bayo beou ar
rested and Jailed on the cbargooftbf
murder of Miss Clara Matthews of Lin
coln. The crime resulted from crimin
al operations performed by the two
doctors at the Instigation of Gray.
Convict Coal Miners.
Nasiinillk, Tenu., Sept. 20. Gov
ernor Turney bus approved tbe agree
ment between tho penitentiary commis
sioners and the East Tennessee Land
Co. for the purchase by the state of
0000 acres of coal land In Morgan coun
ty for (80,000, and upon the expiration
of the present penitentiary lease, tbe
state will go Into the coal mining busi
ness. Miss Oilmour's Murderers
San Fuanoibcu, Sept. 20. -Tho sen
sational murder case took a new turn
today, when the marriage contract be
tween Dt, E F. West and Annlo Hla
ley, who the police say was West's ac
complice In the murder of Miss Gil-
ruour, was recorded. Tbe marriage
evidently was contracted so tbut Annie
Staley could not be compelled to testi
Milwaukkk, Sept. 20. Judge
Jenkins this morning fixed the time
for the termination of tbe leatra ol tbe
WUcontln Central by tbe Northern
Pacific at midnight to-night.
Wahiiinoto.., Sept. 20, Statistic
compiled from official data ahnw that
from January to September, tills year,
600 state and private bsnks In the Uni
ted BUU failed and 72 resumed busl
new, In tbe same time 165 national
banks failed 70 of which have returned;
of tbe state and private banks, 26 sus
pended In California and IS bavo re
sumed; 10 suiprnded In Oregon and 9
resumed; 14 impended In Washington,
of which one has resumed,
BISMARCK. IS BETTER
Hatred ef tk'e Emperor
ANOTHBR FRANCO-GERMAN vWA!l
bo Brought" on By
Bbiiun, Sept. 0.-Tho nrrlval of
Count Herbert Bismarck and Count
Rantzeau, bis brother-in-law, In Klssin
gen yesterday, .Is expected to help
much In bringing tbe emperor and
Prince Blsmarok together. Many hope,
however, that stronger Influence will
prevail and tbe reconciliation will soon
be accomplished. Emperor Franz
Joseph, king of Saxony, has sent to
Klsslngen 'sympathetic Inquiries after
the ex-chancellor's health, and has
suggested tbo desirability that Prince
Bismarck make advances to the emper
or. The grand duke of Baden and tbo
king of Wurtemburg are working with
energy to tho eamo end.
Still Blsmarok holds back, seemingly
reluctant to answer the emperor's ad
vances before extorting such homage
as no sovereign has ovei' paid a subject.
Telegrams from Kissingen represent
blm as irritated and-eusplclous. He la
said tor regard t,uo" ntteutlone now be
stqwed ob him by tbe crowned heads
as too ostensible, They are suggestive,
bethinks, of u plan to exUngnK-Wtn
entlroly as a political actor. Ho $s rr
covering bis strength quite rapid Jy
uow and Is Bouaitlvo ubouj, being treated
aa an honored member. Ho means to
reassert himself as a poworful element
in German politics, This Is tbo senti
ment on which his Bou-ln-law, with
others of their circle, rely (o keep him
on tbe old line of'opposltlon to tbe gov
ernment. It will bitterly disappoint
the whole country, regardless of party,
if tboy succeed and tbo emperor's over
tures bo rejected.
Tho newspapers of all political ten
dencies praise tbo emperor for having
taken tbe Initiative and agree In hoping
that the prloo will give the nation tho
pleasure of Witnessing tbe end ot the
feud between Berlin and Froderlcsruhe.
According to tho late dispatches from
Kissingen tbo text of Bismarck's reply
to tho emperor's message remained un
published. Its general tenor Is be
llevod to Indicate that tbe- effort to
reconcile the two mou will be futile.
Tho German correspondents who
have returned from Guoos give an In
sight Into tbe maneuvers hardly In ao
sordance with tbo euloglstlo telegrams
of last week. Tbe United press special
correspondent Bays that the greatest
obstacles wera opposed to anything like
Tbo strongest censorship was exer
cised by tbo military press bureau. If
an unpleasant Incident was found In a
correspondent's copy bo was summoned
at once to Colonel Auspitz, chief of the
press bureau, and Informed that he
must leayo out tbo objectionable pos
tage or give up his passes. Among tho
Incidents thus kept out of print was a
block In maneuvers on the opening
day. Tho commanders of tbo army
oftho north bad developed operations
so uufortunately that tbero was no
room to unfold and develop tbeir whole
strength. Tho army got fixed between
two woods and bad to retreat event
ually without being able to bring for
ward a division, which, therefore, was
condemned to observe In Idleness tho
discomfiture of the others. Tho retreat
was made In confusion to tho chagrin
of the officers in command. At another
time a line of carriages containing min
isters, ambassadors aud many members
of the court, got in tbe way of the regi
ment of sharp shooters, whowerufao
iug a cavalry attack.
Emperor Franz Joseph, In a tower
lug paHslon, rode up to the officers of
the regiment and shouted "remove
these carriages instantly." Emperor
William, despite bis words of praise lu
publlo often found tbe inovcmeuU of
tbe troops In formation too slow. Bev
oral times be became Impatient and to
bide bis feelings from tke Austrian em
peror rods oil at a furious paoo to an
other part of tbe field. Throughout tbe
manoeuvres Emperor William was
feverishly active. Every night after
tbo fatigue of tbe day bo worked long
post 12 o'clock with Councillor Von
Klderleln and Dr. Lucauus, writing
dispatches to Berlin and reading tbe
correspondence of the day.
Count Mueuster, German ambassa
dor to Fraaoe, returned to Paris on Sat
urday after several weeks' vacation.
Blgnor nessmaa Italy's ambassador
to Franco will fro kack to bis poet to-
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report r
Tbo Aulro-Hungary ambassador to
Franoa will start for Paris on, Ojtobar
Tho R'isso-Gdrnun tariff conference,
will open on October 2, with, a fair
prospect ot reaohlng an ngrdomout.Uer
mauy Is ready to concede tbe lower
rates on'Russlan cereals in return for a
reduction of the Russian tun ft on man
ufactures of Iron, etc; Immense quabtl
ties of grain are piled up at Russian
ports; notably Odessa, awaiting ship
ment. Muoh Russian grain however,
is leaking Into Germany by way of Ant
werp and Ritterdam, Toe Odessa
dealers are especially eager for the suo
ceai of tbo conference.
La GttANDB,gr., Sept, 20. The AMI
Chinese agitation wblob haibeen eotng
on in this country for tbo paBt two
weeks has culminated, Au armed mob
of 200 -mot outside the city limits at
midnight, marched to tho Chinese quar
ters, and after looting the bouses
marched tbe Chinamen to the edge of
tbo city nud ordered tbem to leave.
The immediate cause of tbe netlon of
the mob Is said to be a meeting at Red
Papper sobool bouse at Baud RJdge,
twelve miles north of this olty, yester
day at wblob Inflammatory speeches
were made by one Esteb, attoruey,and
others. At this meeting tbe mob was
organized and moved toward La Grande
led by H. C. Cotner. a rancher, and
Jfco, Tf Uesdall, a saloon' keeper, gaining
recruits as it aavauceu until, wnon it
reached tbo city, there were at least
200 men In line.
Marshalla McLacblun and. Ardrey,
Constable Wulden aud Deptoty. Sheriff
Llndgreen attempted to quoll the riot,
butasltvu unexpected .and no pre
paration bad been made they wvresioon
oyurpowered. Warrants bavo been Is
sued for tuo.arrettt of tbo ringleaders.
Tbe feature which Is causing the
most talk today Is tho heroism shown
by Mrs. Trumble, wife of the. Baptist
Chinese missionary, who was alalia lit
the bouse with ber daughter. About
thirty Cnlnamen bad sought refuge at
ber bouse. When the mob demanded
their delivery, sho appeared with a
Winchester and announced that tbe
first man to enter her house would be
shot, Tbo mob dispersed.
Murdered by Anarchists.
PiTTfluona, Pa., Sept. 20. At Cal
amity, Pa., a small mining town, last
night, Moon Lalson and August Brico
attacked August Itceco and bis wife.
They shot tbo woman to death and beat
tbe husbaud Into Inseuslblllty and left
blm for dead. Lalson was captured,
but B rice escaped. Tbe murdeiersare
anaroblsts and plotted to go to Canada
to blow up publlo buildings The
Recces decided to put tbem out of tbe
Washington, Sept. 27. The lssuo
of standard silver from tbo mints and
treasury offices for tbe wook ending
September 23 was (400,6-16, For a cor
responding period lu 1602, (741,080.
Tbe shipment of fractional silver coins
from tbe 1st to 23d Instant aggregated
Ban Fuanciboo, Sept. 20. Wheat,
December 1.12J. '
CmcJAao, Bept. 20. Cash, CO); De
Poktiand, Bept. 20. Wheat valley,
.07i; Walla Walla .87).
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can,
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure,
F. J. CilKNKV & Co., .Toledo, O.
We, tbe undersigned, bave knowu V.
J. Cheney for tbe last 16 yean, aud be
lieve blm perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by tbeir Hrm.
Wwrr it 'iKUAX. Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo. O. Waluino, Kinnan
A Marvin, Wholesale DruggUtu, Tole
Hall's Catarrh nure Is taken Interu.
ally, acting directly upon tbe blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent fre. Price 76o per
bottle. Bold by all Dr ufgleta.
TOAD WANTKD.-A boy 8 year old
Jj ranu to. work ror M board aat to lo-
ohosl Inquire at Wta. B&rgeal'c
i nt uhtAT involutions;
1CC0 English commouwsNiUh ended
by the restoration of the monarchy un
der Charles JL
1088 The Orango revolution In Eng
land. Flight of James II and accession
of William and Mary.
1780 Peter II, tho last of tho Roma
nofs in direct lino, deposed and crown
given to Anne of Courland.
1770 Great struggle for Grecian In.
dependence. General rebellion in Greece
and the European Turkish province.
1772 Liberal movement in Sweden
Bupprossod and an absolute despotknn es
tablished. 1773 Tho continual civil wars, revc-J
lntlons ami counterrevolutions in Po
land so weakened the state that In this
year it fell ao easy prey-to RussiaAus
tria, and Prussia, The, first partition
treaty was mndo and acted on in, this '
year, tho Poles revolted, and n attempt
was made to establish1 a reform in Use
state. It failed, add the second parti"
tlen treaty in 1793 put an end t Poland,
1776-iTho wiof American independ
ence beganj ended bytho surrender of
CornwalJIs at Yorktowa, 1781. Thkt was
tho most momentous of nil revolution.
since by ita success tho people of Europe
and of tho whole world woro inspired by,
a zeal for liberty and self government.
It was tho first great blow struck foe
178 The French revolution began
wttb the meeting of tho states general
Tho great French wars Iwgnn in 17W
with the first coalition and lasted until
the downfall of tho empire in 1813.
1700-yBovolutlon in Hungry against
Austrian .domination. A war resulting
n tho independence of tho Hungarians.
St. Louis Globo-Doinocrat.
"The Amazons." by Pinero. is the next
comedy in which Johnstone Bowaett will
Mr, aud Mrs. Kendal havo accented a
now play by Ian Robertson, calkyl "A
I'lay in tattlo."
Nat Goodwin is reported to contem
plate playing tho tltlo rolo in "David
Garrick" later in tho season. ,
Managor Augustus Pitou boa a new
sensational melodrama which is to be
produced in Now York city at an early
Sufton Vano, tho author of "Tho Spaa
of Life," has completed a new melo
drama which ho calls "Beyond the
It is said that Charles Frohman lost
(0,000 on tho production of "Fanny."
Biins and Raleigh luul (5,000 before they
put pen to paper,
Tho death is announced in Milwaukee
of Mrs. Jacob Nunemacher, who before
her marriage was widoly known on the
burlesque stago as Lizzie Webs tor.,
John Fowler and Ernest O, Whltton,
who aro suolng W. H. Crane for (3,000
damages for not producing their play
"Dakota," announce that they have sold
tho pieco to Roland Reed,
M. B. Curtis wants his experience
while under tho cliargoof murder dram
atized and has sent tho evidence Lu bis
trials to a London playwright, whom he
has commissioned to construct tho pieces
Mlnnlo Sollgtnau-Cuttlng's now plays
aro "Margaret Byng," by F. a Phillips,
author of "As In a Looking Glass," an
emotional drama,,and "GladyB," a com
bination of emotional and comedy ele
ments. RAILROAD TIES.
Tho Chicago, Burlington and Qtiinoy
Is now running solid trains from Chica
go to Galveston,
The tracks of tho Toxarkaua aud Fort
Hinlth northward from Wilton, Ark.,
have been extended to Allcno, Ark.
Tho Norfolk and Western has com-
Ltnenced work on a new ywd at Viriaa,
W, Ya. Tho largo yard t JNtM&ld, W.
Va will Ijo tho only one superior to. it tos
size and convenience, :
11, E, Dewy, superintendent of the
eastern division of the New York and
New Engluud. who is also superintend
ent of tho Norfolk aud "Worcester, ha
removed his headquarters from Boston.
to Putnam, Oonu.
The Westinghousa company has a ew
iMHforced brake la ae o wml ttreS
class trains, including tWlfaw York
Central's Empire Btete sty sea, sd tbe
absolute rwult are beta leaked for
ward to with great lateeeat by tbe rail-
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