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SALEM, OTiEGON, EHIDAY, iSTOVEaCBEE, 10, 1893.
: BOOTS, m
11 UNDERWEAR !
A good ass rfcinent from cheap to best grades. We buy
for CASH and sell for CASH, and
WILL. SAVE YOU
From 15 to 25 per cent, on all your purchases.
The New York Racket
when you, want Oil Clothing, Gossamers, Macintoshes, Rubber
Hata, wool and lur hats, hosiery and notions.
E. T. BARNES.
State Insurance Block, 333 Com'l St.
Ed. C. Cross,
Wholesale and Kctail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
JED. Meeker & Co.,
OFFIQE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, bALEM.
'7T. A. TEMPLETOir, Gcn'l Jgent.
BURROUGHS) State Street.
Is experienced when you get your teeth extr act ed or filled by
DR CONTRIS, as he uses the Hale method. Gold or ror
cebin crown inserted. All kinds of plate work done. Bridge
work and fine gdld fillings a specialty.
Over Gray Bros.
AND YOU WANT
GUNS - AND - MUNITION.
We lead on High Stock and Low Prices.
BROOKS & SALISBURY.
HEDGING ON THE TARIFF,
THEY HAVE HEARD FROM THE PEOPLE
Go On tho
and Salt not to
xattt T AMBTTB STABLES
Completed and ready to wait on cuatoinjn, ft DraB 'and Express to
at reasonable prices. We keep a fu I Hue n . , r r ,rvce.
mm li ripmaiids. A so beep the finest btaiiw us iu i uyaN & CO.
meet ail aemauos. aiw -p --:--- ,,,,,
Barn and residence a diock suuw. i-
THE OLD RELIABLE
SALEM MEAT MARKET,
J. H. ALLEN, Prop.
Tbe very best of meats at all times,
and the best of service.
-Opposite Wade's oiore.
FippyV Sbihi nd Mia on .
Hedging On the Tariff.
Washington, Nov. 10. It Is diffi
cult to predict what effect the recent
election will have on the tar in bill now
being formulated oy the Democratic
majority of the Ways and Means com
mittee. Chairman Wilson declares the
passage of the very measure now need
ful to restore public confidence and re
place tbe Democratic party on tho pe
destal of political supremacy, but many
prominent men in the party do not
agree with hjm and those who will
counsel a moderation in tbe tar I (I re
vision proposition to put wool, lumber,
Iron ore, coal and salt on tbe free list
will be opposed in some quarters and
by strong men. It seems to be a grow
ing desire on tho part of these men for
a caucus of the party to dotermlne on
best course to pursue before the bill Is
reported to cougress. Bland of Mis
souri is credited with a determination
to fight the bill if It places theartlclts
mentioned on tho free list. The com
mittee expect to have the bill ready to
report when congress meets.
A CRANK ESCAPES.
Calls for Fifty Thousand and Is
Cleveland, Nov. 10. A crank
called at the ofllce of M. T. Herrlck.
secretary and treasurer of the Security
for Savings, this afternoon with a dy
namite bomb In one hand and a revol
ver in the other, demaudlng $50,000
Herrlck knocked blm down and grap
pled with him on the lloor. While lu
Mils position the crank fired one shot at
Herrlck, the bullet pass ng through his
coat. The fellow then jumped through
a window and escaped.
He Robbed the Dead.
Chicago, Nov. 10. William Gelskln
was arrested, charged with robbing
those killed in the Rock Maud wreck.
No valuables were fojud on him, but
he was Identified positively by two re
putable cttlzens, who say they saw blm
removing valuables from the dead.
The Crew Saved.
New Yokk, Nov. 10. The steamer
8enecafrom Havanna brought Capt.
Hoflroan and 60 survivors of the Steam
er Alexandria already reported In
these dfspatehea as burned at sea oil
Matatizs. Five of the ships crew and
six colored stevedores were lost.
Into Receivers Hands.
Dlnveii, Nov. 10.-G. E. Randolph
nnii fi. H. Bwetland have been appoint
ed receivers of the Denver City Cable
f.mM Floating debt and mort-
gaga Hens aggregate nearly 14,300,000.
Gets an Office.
Washington. Fov. 10,-Tbe Presld-
m. todav annotated Cbas. D. Rogers of
am,.. Aiub to be Clerk of tbe Dis
trict Court for District of Alaska,
ESCAPED FROM SIBERIA.
Are They to Be Treated as Political
Prisoners or Otherwise.
WabiiikotoH, Nov. 10 -The case of
the five e.caped Siberian prisoners,
mentioned in the San Francisco dls
patches as being picked up at sea by an
A.u,tnn vessel, has been officially
brought to tbe attention of tbe treav
"... l..u,.i,t here. There may be a
lce question of International law In
volved. The Ilusslan government, of
course, regard the men .escaped con-
vlcts. Unner our .-.- -vcU
are debarred from landing, but
Sical convicts are not. The question
uubject of careiui iiivc-b
A HISTORICAL GATHERING.
NEWS IN FOREIGN FIELDS.
f VA KBTW. wA-j
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wtm uoie-a DOCK BTOWJ "'. uCitiknll at
nt Krldsyi 1M a. m., arriving In PortUna i
1-30 p. in.
RETURNING, leaves Portland Tue'day",
Thursdays and Saturday at 6 a. m.
ytt ttma for paaen(r service; no way
landing freight handled.
KOUND HUP (unlimited) J100. On way,
MEALS 36 OBNT3
V..f .. . .. f.w. .nnlV loyltrh
U, Wrtghi Co., Holman biock. Hi
n u 1U)lllt2t
fTr ur MABTflC.
J H. AlBHiTi
rnHtTGUED TEN KOMTHS
E A troublesome . .k . dto
B.X.WAITK PRINTING CO,
to scratch ior "-"f-Sisrai
Leaal Blank Pumpers.
ml cored JnseSA a'l br Mm
'7; V.rTK!CK. j '
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An Important Proclamation Issued
Cleveland, Nov. 10. Tho Presby
terian con ferenco closed its sessions In
tbe Calvary church and the conclusions
reached make the gathering a historical
one. The liberal gentlemen who com
posed the conference had taken a de
termined stand against their more
Orthodox brethren and determined to
fight for the rights in tho church of
their choice. The sessions were secret
and no one seems to be authorized to
talk. A committee appointed by the
conference gave out the proclamation.
Tbe proclamation Btates tbat the minis
ters are being seriously concerned in
view of certain facts and tendeuclen in
tbe Presbyterian church, they make
the statement that tho general assembly
has no right to impose on the church a
new doctrinal statement and the Inter
pretation of doctrine by the courts of
the church ought always to be strictly
withlu tbe standards aud with sacred
regard to tho broad and generous terms
of the teunlon of 1870. Tbe committee
believes the niostectupulous care should
be used in all trials for doctrinal diver
gencies aud with great concern lu tho
expectations of our standards when
strained bejond any Just regard for
compact of tho reunion. No court of
our church has the right to suppress
any respectful notion by tho judica
tories bolnw It expressing apprehension
concerning anything in the church.
Tbe riht of petition and remonstr
ance must not be denied in the church
of Christ. The committee continuing
says: "Wo be lovo It is no part oftho
constitutional power of any court of the
church to warn houeH and Qjd fear
ing men to with (raw trom the ministry
because they o naot aocept tho inter
pretation of the duo'rlnes which is out-
nida of a letter of cotifeuiou and which
never has been settekd by sanction o'
the Presbyteries In a leil way." Tun
corumilUo believes tbe churh isbro d
aud stromr euotfth to abide by tho
spirit of compact reunion aud to em
brace all forms and schools which ao
cept tho essential and necessary ar
ticles of our common faith, acknowl
edging the Lord Jtsus db the Divine
Muster and Savior and tho bible as the
only Infallible rule. The proclamation
calls upon the PrtsbyterlnnB to stand
together lu defense of a reasonable
liberty of opinion in tho church aud of
constitutional rights of the Individual
Overdue Ocean Steamers.
San Fkancisco, Nov. 10. The over
due steamers Umatilla, from Puget
Sound and Ibe Oregon from Astoria
and Portland, arrived last evening after
an exceptionally rough pas-age. Tho
Umatilla experienced a very heavy
gale Tuesday ufteruoon oil the southern
coaBt nrOiegon, during which a part of
tbe rail was stove in on the starboard
side. This Is the only damage done to
One of (he Umatilla's passengers
commuted suicide during tho voyage,
Harry Iuuls, formerly a clerk lu tho
Dank of British Columbia atSeatte,
wtto was coming to this city where his
paronts live, to accept u position In an.
other bank, became crazed through ma
aicknees during the heavy gale aud
plunged overboard. The young roan
also labored under the hallucination
that he was to be arrested upou his ar
rival here for failure to pay a few tri
lling bills lu Heillle and his fears could
not be iuleltd. Though carefully
watched by his cabin mate, Inula man
aged to get out upon the deck alone.
His cabiu mate fdlowed him out a
minute later but the young man was
uowhere to bu found. No oue saw him
go overboard. The body was not re-
ON TRIAL FOR HIS LIFE.
John Mears to Answer for tho Mu-
der of John O'Oonner.
Kviv .ifirMIM8rKll.Il. O , Nov. 10.
Thenar of John Mears, alias Keu
uedy, alia" J"'14 Meir, for the mur
der of John O'Couner, June 21th last,
has oniniuouu.l Mejew is u dewper
idowell known all through the West.
He boafcU of vutl.u deeds In Texas,
und ba lUiirl pro,,, neut y In the
I'aclileNorthwe.t, H'ly this year he
comiultlrtl daring roblery lu Suoho
..i.i. u-u-ii uu arrested twice and
u""i v.- ., .,... ,. I,,. l,.t
I .11 lull .1111 lllIJt7 ! Mt
eci he stole a boom of lw, sold It
His first escapade here was the robbery
,,f a wholes e )'juor store in Vucou
ver. from vl.lch be lol euouli val
uab ewluwaud litjuort to load aaloon,
hIUi which be tartl uortb. He
thinned at ti laiuin-r n lumuti vMt.
. . ,'L, i htm dAN ' drluklng.uuarreled
".:::." . -..-.i...- -.r.i lii
Highcstof all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
MAHSBILLES UNDER MILITARY RULE.
Firing Upou tho Amoricnn YUf;
New York, Nov. 10. The Herald's
Montevideo dispatch from Bio Janeiro
"l'ho Aquldaban, Mello'a flagship,
and Fort Villegagnon, which is occu
pied by forces who are cooperating
with the rebel admiral, begau a vigor
ous bombardment of tho city on Tues
day evening,- which Is still being con
tinued, Couslderable damago has been
done In various quarters of the city,
The forts Santa Cruz atedjflgps'aro an
swering tho flroof tho shlpflTrrds'of Fort
Villegagnon. Thocannonading Is very
heavy and it Ib thought Mello, who ro
colved word of Pelxoto'a purchase of
vessels of war in New ttork, Is making
a determined eflort to strjfFo a doolslve
blow before they can bo' W-ii'Jght down
to the president. The provluceof Santa
Catharlua, tho capital of which is Sea
terro, whero the rebels have set up n
provisional government, has been in
vaded by federal troops from the prov
ince of Rio Grande do Sul. General
ArgolluB, with a body of Insurgents,
havo gone to meet them, and a fight
will probably take place between tbe
forces before long.' '
TEauLdALi'A, Nov. 10. Colonel VII
tela has been summoned here by order
of President Vasquez, to give nn ao
count of his conduct 'In demanding the
delivery of Bonilla from the Pacific mall
stiamer, fiylng tho American flag. The
government does not sustain hlsactlonL
Tho Marseilles Btrikers.
Mauseiles, Nov. 10. Horse cars are
running under military protection.
Hussars and mounted gendarmes pa
trol tho wholo city at Intervals of 00
yards. The company claim 400,000
franca damages of the oily for Injury to
Its business during the riots. An out
rage committed by a sympathizer with
the strikers last evening came near end
ing In ft lynching. A petard placed on
the street-car rails exploded, but slight
damage was done, but tho man who
put the exploslvo on the track was de
tected and the crowd mado a rush for
him. The miscreant was finally cap
tured by the police. Tho crowd trlod
to net hold of him, but wure prevented
by tbe arrival of reinforcements of
Lord Mayor of London.
London, Nov.10. Alderman Qeorgo
Robert Tyler, new lord mayor, was In
ducted into office with tho usual cere
monies, Including tho customary lord
mayor's parade, which was witnessed
by tons of thousands of people. The
parade was uot well received by a large
number of unemployed worklnginon,
they evidently believing tho largo sdms
spout on it might better havo been used
tp rollove their distress nud tbat exlat
lug in the coal regions, nud boiuo of the
mora audacious even went so far ns to
hiss as tho parado passed, though It
was promptly suppressed by tho police
Tho Santandor Disaster.
BANTANDEIl. JNOV. 111. Dlvors Bin
tbat 000 cases of dynamite yot remain
In tho wreck of the steamer Cabo Mich
lcaco, the explosion on hoard oi which
wrought buou fearful destruction of life
and property on Friday laHt. People
living near tho water front, fearing nn
othor explosion, nro abandoning their
homes and seeking residences at a safe
distance from the point of danger. Ex
perts do uot, however, bellevo stioh a
quantity of dynamite could withstand
tho shook of the last ex plosion. Deaths
among the (vounded of tho last explo
tli)u nro roported dally.
Pittsburg Anarchists Arrested.
Pirreuuna, Nov. 10, Frank Bronk
and Charles Fenchtner, two anarchists,
were arrested In Alloxany, lor distri
buting Incedliry circulars of a meet
ing of tho International Working
Peoplo'a Association at Lafayette hall,
this city, November 11, tbe dnto of tbe
oxco Jtlon of tho Chicago anarchists.
8an Fhanoisoo, Nov, 10. Wheat,
CmoAcio, Nov. 10. Cash, 01J; De
Poutland, Nov. 10. Wheat valley,
$,05;Vulla Wulla $.85.
Chas. H. Lane, the wellkuown tailor
has moved to Haluefa' tailor shop near
tho White Cornor store whero lio will
be glad to have his friends call nn him.
In Suspending Pensions
CARTER HARRISON'S WILL FILRfc
Ho Died Nearly u Millioualro
nnd ItomoinbJre tlio Poor
.--- - ..... - -1 t,Ila,1
with O'Couner vtktk "-;
him Though eio! PuriJ. kpt
ii otlluers at 4y for thre we-k, and
L';n Iwrd. Hl trial Wi-tttW the
Firing on Our Flag.
La LinuiiTAi), Honduras, Nov. 10.
The firing upon tho American flag by
the commander of the port of Amaha
on Monday Is deeply regrotted by the
whole population. It was all done by
President VaBquez' direct orders, such
was bis keenness to get hold of his old
enemy, Pollcarpo Boulllo, who was on
the Costa lllca, but he now throws the
entire blame on the commander of the
port, Valllla. The steamer City of Pan
amo, for whose safety fears wero enter
tained because the fire was continued
some time after tno Costa Rica had
left her In port, It Is reported to bo safe
twelve Krupp shells burst near her dur
ing the flrlug from tho fort, iler cap
tain has made a protest to the author
Itles. United Btates Minister Baker,
who was on board the Costa lllca at
tho time, has gone to Acajutla, In order
that he may meet P. M. B. Young,
United Btates minister to fJuaternola
and Honduras, who lo on boord tho
United Btates warship Alliance. They
will there discuss the airalr.
Wasiunotov, Nov, 10. M. Ulster
TbomMn at JVo Janeiro has beu In
structed to Inform admiral Mello the
Insurgent leader, that in the oplolon of
the UulUd States government ne is noi
entitled Ui recognition as a bellgerent,
ddlng tho position of the United Btates
U that of an Impartial oburver.
Natives of India May Eovolt.
Oamiutta, Nov. 10 It Is the gen
eral opinion the natives of India are
growing restive under isruuii ruie,nuu
it la believed it will take only a small
park to kindle the Are of a revolution
that will be far reacnins in ii ouiiwj-
i .irtll. AMAAftlBSjfcSl flat
quenoes. mere reccuuy vreunw
PMbawar, tho capital oi wo uw
.i ,.f tho anina name In I'tin-
laub, a srle of alleged Incendiary tirw
. ll..l l u Hat lfk tf mill
uTiin rsiiiiir!ti iu as uicm iubh ui m-
Ury storw. Peshawar Is on the
Afaghan frontier, and an Important
-r.i..,tn nnint. Humors are current to
M.uffw.i that atlaiuuts were mado at
Ilawulplnde, auotuer hujioimih ikjiui, i
) tu tire the goveruuisut store.
Bids On fainting Reform School
Were opened today at ofllce of Archi
tect Knighton at follews:
J J. VKt, Corvallls 1802 00
Hedley & Miller. Albauy 1100 00
Pace & Heed 1100 00
K. K. Hall 1200 00
McCaustlaud & Wilde 1640 00
N. I). Jones 131)0 00
Medham & B,u 1250 00
V.J. Kress 750 60
Flscker ft Marsh, Bilvertou 011 60
A. Q Hunter 817 60
C. I'. W. Barrowne 1080 00
Tho contract will be lot at once at
the ofllce of the urchltect.
Marion County Man Robbed.
Oiieoun ClTV, Nov. 10. Hugh
McCulIough of Bt. Paul, Oregon, wr,
held up aud badly beaten aud robbeu
last night by two men.
FiiKK BtLVEii Chow. A stalwart
free elver Democrat killed a crow today
aud presented It to the theBalem Demo
crat ofllce. That bird Is plenty around
here aud Bro, Flugg will dlno ou It for
a while at least,
Rejects the Fight.
NkwOhleanb, Nov. 0 Tho Olym
pic club, has ri-Jaotod the Curbett-Mlt-chell
fight. Telegrams have beon tent
to the fljhters.
State of Ohio, Clly of Toledo Is
A4HMMV wvu"J I
Frank J Cheney makes oath that he
Is the senior partner of the firm of V, J,
Cheney &Co., doing business In the
city of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said Mr in will nay the
sum or one uuuureu (minus ior eacii
and every case of catarrh that cannot
te cured by the use of Hall's Cutnrrh
Cure. Fkanic J. Chknkv.
Bworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this 0th day of Decern
her, A. D., 188.
A i A. W. O LISAS. K
Jbkai. Notary IMbllo.
Hall's Catarrh Cure I taken luteruully
unit nflu illrvctlv oil the blood ttllll Mill-
ooussurfaoes to the system. Bend for
V. J. CiiESKV h Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
I -dold by drugnluU, 76 ots,
WAaillNOlHlN, NOV. 10,-UoMllUll-
sloniT of lVnstuiis L'lonroti, this in'irn
ing filed his answer In the suit by
Judgo Chas, D. L'Hig, or Michigan,
begun beuauso Loohron declares hla
pouslon suspended because it had been
unlawfully Increased. Judge Loobren
teolares It baa been tho praotlco of 'the
department to suspend pensions, since
-Jeorotary of War Johu O. Calhoua
was In charge of pensions. He did so
In 1810. That Sooretary Chandler did
ao In 1875. aud eluco that time regula
tions havo been enforced In tbe depart
ment regarding this matter.
Chicago, Nov, 10, The will of the
late Carter Harrison was filed lu probate
court. It bequeathes property valued,
at $950,000 to bo divided between his
four ohltdren after two years. 9
Amoug other minor bequests ho gives
$10,000 for a pormanont Investment for
charity, to bo decided on by his execu
tors. NORTHWEST NEWS NOTE8.
Tillamook county's total taxable
property Is $100,030.
Cresswell is complaining of trayelllDK
spectacle dealers who get from $4 to $6
for tho same article that reliable local
dealers usk $1 for.
Nino thouaaud dollars iu cold cash
was distributed umoug tho employes
on tho government works last week be
tween Newport and tho rook quarry,
In a private lottor, says tho Eugene
Uuard, Dr. Jay Guy Lewis writes as
follews: "We will leave on about the
0th Inst, with our victorious hauliers
floating on tho breczo with a record of
18 medals of award In horticulture, 10
In agriculture, four In mines, four in
education, six In fishery, two In wom
an's work and two in herbarium, out
ranking all the Pacific states aud sec
ond only to Now York aud Illinois."
Bluco the first of January of tho pres
ent year sixty-four full pardons have
been granted by Governor Pennoyer.
Theso wero as follews: Rape, 8; larceny,
27; murder, second degree, -; assault
to kill, 8; asiault aud robbery, 1; em
bezzlement, 2; manslaughter, 7; adul
try, 1; practicing medlcluo without
license, 1; forgery, 3; simple assault, 1;
assault aud battery, 1; burglary, 2;
passing counterfeit money, 1; assault
with a dangerous wespou, 8; selllBg
liquor without a license, 1; riot, 2; ex
hibiting obscene pictures, 1; prize right
ing, 2 Seven commutations of sen
tence havo also been Itsued, and the re
mlislnns of fines lu ten au8--ptlutl-pally
for prize lighting.
For being tho oldest native Oregoa
lan.Mrs. Wlioy Ed wards of East Port
land was awarded u silver pitcher at
J he Portland exposition. Mrs. Kd
waidsls tho daughter of W. H, Bahta,
and the mother of Mrs. VlruU Wats
of this city. She was boru AMfturt 1,
1810 In what Is now Washington quh
ty, then 04lld Tualatin pUlpr. 0r.
DEOOKATfi I ILLUMIKATX 1 I
All Who Xejoica ia the wpt
Victory of Last Tay,
Alt cHUtns who feel like rejokiag
over the rnultuf the elcotlotwatiset
Tuesday are urged to decorate. a4 tt
lumiuate their place of business u4
re!duuo o; Saturday cvcnlug os tVw
occasion of the Republican JolliftetW,
I Let tli city lh n with eMthailasas,