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SAJDEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER l7 1893.
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SBffiS ! SHOBS I !
Best St. Louis make at
LOW - PRICES !
Every pair of better grades fully warranted. When
you want a pair of men's, ladies' or child
ren's shoes, see what
The New York Racket
HAS TO OFFER YOU.
A general assortment of Kacket Goods at Eacket Prices
carried in stock. ;
Also Vote for Clo
AMERICAN BOUSE OF LORDS
Afraid They Will Fall
PENSIONERS SCORE A VICTORY.
E. T. BARNES.
State Insurance Block, 333 Com'l St.
A Bill Passed to Obviate Proof
LADIES CLOAKS REMODELED. A SPECIALTY.
BOSTON TA!LMG m STRUM DYEING WORKS.
Ladies' and Gentlemens' Clothine Cleaned, Dved. ReDaired and
Cleaning and Pressing Gent's Bult J.2.00 to $2.50.
" " Ladies' " 1.50 to 2.00.
Dying, 60 cents to $1.00 extra.
Work neatly done on short notice, at moderate prices.
State St., 1 door below Smith & Steiner's drug store, Salem. I. GOLD & GO
fcvD. C. Cross
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Frcsli, Salt and
Smoked Meats of all Kinds
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
E. Meeker & Co.,
OFFICE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, Salem.
W. A. TEMPLETON, Gcn'l Agent.
Dress Suit for $100.
Here is a chance of a life-time, Why
appear shabby when you can have an
elegant suit for
J. RUBENSTEIN, - 308 Commercial Street, Salem.
Butts made to order and cleaned or repaired.
At the Commercial street bridge near Willamette Hotel. New stock and ve
hicles being added constantly. Only the best wt dered. No shabby
rigs nor poor horses. H. L. LAMOUREUX, Proprietor.
. BURROUGHS State Street.
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade
enables me to turu out llreV-class work, Samples of coverings. ho trouble to
give estimates. State Insurance block, Cbcmektta street.
The Wesf Printing Co.sr
Special attention to mail orders.
263 Commercial Bt.,
E. F. PARK HURST, FmldenU
ED. O. BROWN, Hecreury.
MA J. GEO WILLIAMS, TreMurer.
f.N, DKRI1V, Mamcer.
Pacific Land and Orchard Co.
STOCK, GR'AIN and FRUIT LANDS.
Five and Ten Acre Fruit Farms
Senator Dolph Bpoaks,
Washington, Oct. 17.-At opening
of senate this morning Dolph asked that
Journal be corrected to show presence
of Allen and Ky!e on sundry roll calls
yesterday, they having been present iu
the Beuute but failed to vote. Dolph
said twenty-sTc Republican tonatore
not only favored repeal of the Sherman
act, but would vote to amend rules to
that a majority could limit debate, He
regarded as farcical for a senator to sug
gest the ubs-uco of a quorum and then
on roll call to refuse to vote. The sen
ate was being brought Into disrepute
by bucb a course.
IN THE HOUSE.
The bloody shirt waved for a time
this morning wbeu a bill removing the
necessity forafilrmatlve proof -of loyal
ty of pensioners of wars previous to
the civil war was called up. Burrows
claimed it would repeal the section bar
ring from peusinus all who engaged in
the rebellion. "Cu'lour hellhounds
oft the track of the Union soldier?," ve
hemently said Burrows ''before you re
sturo men who were fulse to Union to
me pension ro Is." (Utepubllcau ap
plause.) Oates said he fought four
years for what he believed was right!
but now he was devoted to Union and
would shed m ire blood la its defense
than Burrows ever did.
He suggested the bill be modified to
exlude pensioners. The modification
was accepted and the bill parsed. The
bouse then resumed consideration of
the Cox banking bill which also passed.
Washington, D. C. Oct. 17. Lodge
of Massachusetts spoke last night Iu
faor of bis amendment to the rules
providing that no senator shall read a
written or printed speech, and the sen
ators present and not voting shall be
counted as present for the purpose of a
quorum. He said the present condi
tion of the senate was an absolute trav
esty on every rule of parliamentary procedure.
Hill asked why, If the majority fav
ored the repeal bill it could not pass the
Vest replied If the senator read the
rule and witnessed the proceeding
under them be ought to be able to an
swer the question satisfactorily to him
self. Hill replied If the rules of the senate
prevented the passage of a bill which
the majority desires to pass the boat
thing to do 19 to amend the rules In the
Vest retorted that he bad beard that
during the discussion of the force bill
but the rules were not changed.
Hill Bald he repudiated the doctrine
that one-fifth of the senate could abso
lutely prevent legislation. The power
to make rules implied the power lo
change them. "H It come to this ?"
asked Hill, in closing, "that the senate
Is powerless tint to legislate and second
to change its rules so It can legislate
hereafter? If so It might ai well dis
band." The repeal bill was laid before the
senate, Jones of Nevada, took the floor
and proceeded with his speech. At 3:45
he asked the Indulgence of the senate
as ho wa9 not feeling "well enough to
finish today. Peffjr then took the
Palmer, of Illinois, got Into a parlk
mentary squabble with Kyle and AN
len. Palmer was complaining of the
speeches .inade to consume time and
Kyle asked hlrn to specify one spoech.
Palmer replied: "I will answer by
saying thatl believe the senator from
Nebraska" this was as far as he got as
Allen called him to order. Palmer de
clined to take anything back and Allen
denied that hia speech was an eflort to
consume time. After some colloquy
PcfTer resumed bis speech.
At 0 o'clock by a vote of SO to 18 the
sonata refused to adjourn.
Within the next thirty minutes the
attention of the chair was called three
times to the fact that a quorum was
uot in the chamber but on each roll
call a quorum responded. The point
of order over on call at 0:40 the sonato
was without a quorum but a moment
later two senators appeared and Voor
hees requested that further proceedings
under the call be dispensed with. Du
bois called for tho ayes and nays, On
this roll call when pairs had to be re
spect- d no quorum Voted but during
the call of the seuato to disclose the
presence of a quorum, when pairs did
not count, a quorum always appeared.
T.ius for two hours tho senate was
clogged. When Voorhees found the
predlcamont he was placed iu he at
tempted to withdraw JiIb motion upon
which Dubois called for tho nyes and
nays but this req ulreti the unanimous
consent and this Teller refused to
Finally at 8:40 a voting quorum was
obtained and IMl-r coutiuuod his
speecii. At 10 o'clock Peller. without
concluding his speech, yielded to Voor
beea who asked tho senate to adjourn.
The motion was agreed to.
Washington, Oct. 10. The word
along the line of the Bilver forces at 0
o'clock toulght wm to filibuster and re
quire an absolute quorum at all times.
The purpose In fMousterlug was to
show the futility of attempting to fur
ther foice unusual hours. A visit was
made to Secretary Carlisle" by 8enator
Voorhees this morning. The two gen
tlemen exchanged views upon the situ
ation and Carlisle urged Voorheei to
h.jTil firm and keep tho forces In line.
It Was immediately after this visit that
Voorhees repaired to ibo en pi to 1 and
annouuceil his Intention ot asking the
B-nate toslt uutll 10 o'clock at nigh'.
Appearances would justify tho b tat -meut
that tho administration had taken
another occasion to announce and em
phasize Its opposition to any deviation
from the course originally mapped out
ana us determination till all its re
sources were exhausted before accept
ing a compromise.
Efforts at compromise are kept up In
a desultory -vay and Senator Cockrell,
who has taken the lead as a comprom
iser, has continued work In that direc
tion. Ho did not, however, make any
material progress. Both the radical
Democrats and the Republican repeal
senators assorted positively that no
compromise proposition would ever se
cure a vote BUtiicleiit to Insure lis
Senator Sbermau was asked tonight
by a representative of the Associated
Press what be thought was the pros
pect for tho repeal bill. He replied that
it all depended on the Democratic side.
"We," said he, referring to the repeal
Republicans, "are quiescent, They do
not seem to realize they are in the ma
jority and the responsibility for legisla
tion rents with them."
ARE WB A COUNTRY?
Chiaawes Eaiplejwl By Uncle
Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report
AS FOREIGN CONSULAR AGBNTS.
Terms of the Now AHtl-ChlHCso
San Francisco, Oot. 17. Tho arrl
val of the Pact Ho Mill company's steam
er City of New York, and her entry at
the custom-house this morning revealed
a curious state of aflalra. Wbtle con
gress la considering the Geary aot a
Chinese lanctlng United States Consul
and United States Marshal at Amoy,
China. The consular papers presented
at tbo custom-bouse this morning by
uuptntn Johnston were all signed by F.
(Pong) Chung, acting United States
consul. Tho City of New York took
over 1000 tons of tea from Amoy. andi
of course, the captain had to see the
consul. When tho latter was ushered
Into his presence he found the represen
tative of this country to be a Chinese.
Ah consul Chung hears all cases that
may arise In the American colony.
Captain Johnson In speaking of the
"It appears that both consul and vice-
consul resigned and left Amoy as soon
as Cleveland was elected. In that case,
as ranking offlcer, F. Chung, United
States marshal, became acting consul.
1 must say that It would be hard to
find a more agreeablo man than tbo one
who called upon mo as United States
consul at Amoy. His address and bear
lug gavo evidence of good education.
TblB was Boon explained when he told
me that he was educated in France, and
also took a post-graduate course at Yale.
During our interview we discussed a
variety of subjects and I found him to
be a brilliant conversationalist."
If Uil I.J Wlvr
about tocxiwrk m e
11 palnlul or'Utal
lofor, ami nbtUiM
tt torture fi out-
1 lie Ouocr lUif
' to Into invtnrr aad
SfM ItUI rtlnufcM
taiaH.M f.l'l .1
MADIUID RtaUUTOH CO., ATtAUTA, U,
THE SENATE MUST AOT.
Or Lord Qrover May Fat Them on
Bread and Water.
Chicago, Ills., Oct. 17. The Rec
ord's Wellington special says Secre
tary of Slate Carlisle informed Senator
Brlce this morning Jhst the president
bad put his foot down and will send In
no more appointment, except possibly
in a few case) of extreme urgency, till
after the senate acti on tho silver bill,
Nkw Youk. Oot. 17. W. L. Patton,
of the firm of Patton & Co., who fnlled
last May, for nearly fSoO.OOO, and with
practically uoaitoU, U In Jill, charged
with bypoitiediilug tGO.OW worth of
trout cert lib tw, ami appropriating to
his own u4 a quarter of u inMiou of
money beloiuliu U the eredllurd.
Cherokee Bonds Sold.
FoKT CJiihoN, Indlau Territory, Oal,
17. Cherokee bond to value of lx
million ami two hundred thousand
dollars hate Uen sold to an I'uglUh
syndicate fur p4r and aecruid Intercut.
City Coupon. Regular wet-ting at
7:30 In Tioga block this vculog.
THE NEW LAW.
The McCreary Chinese bill, us It
passed the bouse, contains but two sec
tions. The first is a repetition ofsootlon
1 of tho existing exoluslon aot of Sep
tember, in that It extends until six
months after enactment the tlmo al
lowed Chinese to reglstor. It also ex-
tsudi the prjvis oj as to wltno, as to
certiucates, so us to remove the Inad
vertont discrimination made against
colored persons. Under the bill any
creditable person, other than Chinese,
can be a witness. This section has an
addition In the shape of a paragraph
defining a merchant as a person buying
and selling In his own name at a fixed
piace oi Business ana performing no
other manual labor than Is Incident to
his business. Returning Chinese mer
chants are required to prove by two
witnesses that they conducted business
for at least a year without manual la
bor before leaving the United States.
Chinese under order of deportation are
to be kept In the custody of a United
States marshal, and are not subject to
bail. Certificates must contain photo
graphs of their owners. Chinese con
victed df felony may not register, and
suoh Chinese now subject to deporta
tion shall be depoited. The Becond
section defines laborers to be persons
engaged In both skilled and unskilled
manual labor, such as farming, fishing,
huckstering, lumbering and curing
A SU00E88FUL 8BASP
THE STATE BANK TAX.
Slaacliard Argues in Favor of its
Washington, Oct 17. The house
banking and currency committee heard
an argument by Representative Btaach
ard, of Louisiana, In favor of the state
bank-tax repeal. Mr. Blanchard nlo-
lurea tno industrial and agricultural
uistresain the South, asserting that
since tho war iu the South values (pai-
nouiariy or land) had steadily decreased
and the people bad grown poorer. He
attributed this to a fault In tho mone
tary system and dependence on tho
East. He favored the revival of the
state banks to free the peoplo from
their tbralldom. The states could be
rolled upon to maintain the soundness
ot the currenoy. Thomas D. Shear.
man, of New York, addressed the com
mittee, eettldg forth tho merits of the
Scotch banking system and favoribg
some kindred scheme, such as the es
tablishment or a state bank ngenoy In
each state, bavins numerous branches
free from taxation, thus supplying a
cheap and safe banking system.
THE JURY WAS BRIBED.
RINOIMQ LIBEKTY BULL.
What Was Done Children's Week at
the World's Fair.
CuiOAao, Out. 17. Glorious autumn
weather smiled on the opening of chit-
aron's week at the, fair. All public
schools are closed for the entire week.
Tho admission for children under 18
years Is reduced to 10 cents, and to
mako sure that none Bbould Ira barred
out by reason of lacking that amount
or tho price of transportation to the
fairgrounds, citlstens have contributed
mouey to buy tickets by the thousand
to glvo to them and pay their fare on
tue railroads and steamboutH, which
have made special rates for the weok.
Others have arranged that the little
people shall not laok fur something to
eat because they have not tho where
withal to pay for it. Sandwiches and
other eatables In quantities are provid
ed for them. The fair officials have also
arranged a series of entertainments
especially for their benefit, from games
In tho stock pavilion to concert by
tom-tom beaters from the Midway.
At noon the youngsters, who have
been trooping In all day by tho thous
ands, rang the Liberty bell in honor of
Pestolozzt, Froebel and Horace Mann,
friends of education.
IN TfiE LXOTUftB FISLD.
Gets Away With Xearly a Half
Boston, Mass., Oct. 17. Tho Herald
says a warrant has been issued for Geo.
P. White, representing W. S, White
& Co., tanners, on charge of obtaining
by false pretences about two hundred
tboussud dollars from Boston banks,
and three hundred thousand dollars
from New York, Philadelphia and
DOUBLE TRAIN WRECK.
Passenger Trains Collide in a Heavy
PiTTSiiUito, Oct. 17. The first sec
tion of the How York fc Chicago lim
ited express, East bound, on the Fort
Wayne road, was wrecked at' Well'
vllle, Ohio, early this morning, by run
ning Into a freight train standing on
the track. A heavy fog prevailed at
the time. Two train men were killed
and fuur others Injured, two of them
yjtKIUHT CAIlfl HUAHUKD.
A heavy freight train on the Fort
Wayne road parted and came U
fjether again at Beaver Falls, Pa., early
this morning. Twelve loaded cars wee
Rer. Henry Preserve Iwith
Aba&de the Oeiurta.
Cincinnati, Oot, 17. Professor
Henry Preserved Smith will not again
appear In the courts of the Presbyterian
church asking for relief on charge of
being a heretic Instead he will take
the leoture platform, and In hie own
words "start on a campaign of educa
tion." He says:
"The younger and progressive ele
ment la both the clergy and laity is
on my side, at tost thk Is ray opinion
that is backed up by many facts. Now,
the thing to do Is to educate the people
up to what the new school of Presby
terians believe. We want more light.
I have bees misrepresented and the be
liefs I bold have been stated In a way
o as to entirely distort tbam. What Is
sweetly reasonable and Christian has
tiy some been represented In a wholly
different light, so now that I am out of
the talnbuy and my chair at Lane
seminary, I am going to devote myself
DeaJbeae Gaaaet Be Owed
by local apfllcatlosa as they nannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There fa only one way to cum deafness,
and that Is by eoMtltutloeal remedies.
Deafness kt earned by an lag md cos
dittos of the BiuoAtM llnhss; of the Kue
tachlaa tube. Wbest this tube le in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect benrlmr, and when It Is en
tirely etosed, deafness le the result, and
unless the iBftawatloa can betaken
out and this tube restored tolls normal
condition, bearing will he destroyed
forever; nine eaaee out of tea are caused
by catarrh, wbleto It Bothis but an In
tlsmsd oendittea of the mucous sur-
We will give on hundred dollar for
any case of deafeeas (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for olrcuUin; free.
y. J. Ckknky A Co., ToMo.O.
4-gU by Druafiet, 76c.
BTow Actor Curtis Was Acquitted of
San Fkanoisco, Oot, 10 The Ex
aminer publishes a statement of the
charges that have ooroe to light recent
ly or tho bribery of four Jurors in the
reoont trial of M. B. Curtis, the actor,
for the murder of Police Officer Alex
ander Grant, of this city. The state
ment is based principally upon the dec
laration of J. N. E. Wilson, Curtis' at
torney; and tho men .who are accused
of trying to got money from Curtis on
the ground that they paid Jurors to vote
for his acquittal are Frank McManus,
commonly known as"KlngMoManus,
a local politician, aud State Senator
Willi im J. Dunn. Accordion to WH-
son's statement, these men have, since
Curtis' acquittal, made several iflorts to
Induce Curtis aud Mrs. Curtis to pay
them $3800 saying that by an agree
ment with Curtis by which they were
Jo receive 8000, they paid tfour Jurors
12800 to vote for Curtis' acquittal.
Thomas M. MoFarlane and C. S. Coy
are mentioned as two of tliejurors
bribed. Wilson denies there was any
attempt to bribe the jurors as far as he
Knows, and Curtis, MoManua and
Dunn also deny It. Curtis to now liv
ing on his rauoh near Fresno and Is
guarded by a deputy suerlfr, as the
aotor has made a demaud upon Sheriff
Bcott, of Fresno, for protection, stating
his life had been threatened by Mc
Manu and othore, though ho did not
say the trouble was on account of the
Jury-brlblng transaction, Attorney
Wilson relates an interview he hud
with MoMunus aud Dunn, iu which he
says they tried to gel in ,n jy from,
Curflfl lo brlbujurors.
Toj'kka, Kan. Oot. 17. -The woman
suffragists of Kunsa", who months ago
began a campaign for the rllit of worn
en to vote at all olectlous are not work
luo together, The dissension, begin
ning between Mrs. Johns, Republican,
and Mrs. Lease, Populist, threatens to
spread from the leaders to the rank and
Of Hoods Sareaparilla Is always within
the bounds of reason because It le true.
It always appeals to the sober common
sense of thinking people because It to
true, and it Is always fully substantiated
by endorsements whlch.fn the financial
world would be accepted without a
Hoods Pills cure liver Ills, coastlpa
tlon, blliou.ness, Janpdlce, sick head
Pullman, Wash., Oot. 17.-A. B.
Cooper, a merchant oflhls city, wee
shot and killed last night by a burglar,
who escaped. A posse are In pursuit
of the murderer, who If caught, will
probably be lynched.
San FKANCiftco, Oct. 17. Wheat,
Chioaoo, Oct. 17. Cash, 81: De
cember 03 J.
Portland, Oct, 17.-Wheat valley.
f.96;Walla Walla f.8o.
Five acre with a
wreveeaeata near Tamer
MARY B, COT,
Prompt relief In lie Ur4ch. dUtM,
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Im to tbcwfl uIb Ortor'a Utlt Mvarftua.
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Liver 111U. Vf muall, very iwy t (:
pais no f rlplo, m piny lu. Try ti,
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wbea ocouMtloe slvaa but 'I'Viiniiihi;
oul4 few UtfWa Ll! Live JrtUs ft hosi
llraraad billloui. U H a eMtr?
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