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;ensure of bayard
Vnm thfi SflBGCh of Hon, R.
G. Cousins, in
I0USE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
tMr. Speaker: It Is a matter or great
,'rct that tho nation should bo ;
Mined to sutfer tho humiliation that i
jecessarlly ensues rrom any Inquiry
the congress Into the conduct or
fecial character or a prominent rep-j
,,,,., t m,
tentative of the government. The
01 it Illgll UIIIUHU 19 IWU Ulliy
llsapproval of his misconduct bub Is
kcwlse a confession to tho world
ilch reflects somewhat upon the
Ivernment which Is obliged to make
Nevertheless, tho -duty to dlsap-
9vc a wronir must not bo shirked for
mere sake of avoiding the huml-
on which may possibly attend it.
o subject having been brought to
i attention of this body, It must In
ie manner be disposed of. Either
must approve or we must dlsap-
yc. i' or my pari, i wouiu very
sell prercr that it had never become
eessary ror this subject to be pro
feted Into congress. To bo obliged
kmakc a public record of an excep-
ial perrormance so out or color and
iplng witn tno nigu cnaractcr tuat
heretofore characterized and been
intlancd In our representation at
i court of Great Britain is for mo a
Iter of profound regret.
Hien wo recall tho names of tho
sy and uistlngtiisucd reprcscnta-
who in times past have rcpre-
ed this republic of St. James, wo
that the succession or honor and
ity and ability had not thus been
2ii. But this deliberate and un-
itiplcd breach or diplomatic di
tto this ungrateful, unprovoked,
. unbecoming Insult to a majority
the people or America, to her ills-
julHhed Hying and to her honored
k1, by one who bore their conll-
ce, their mission, and credentials
tust not bo loft unchallenged, since
Has entered the annals or our diplo
ic history. Tho charge on which
resolution rests is not denied. It
hn fact, admitted. Tho answer or
president to tho Inquiry of the
use of representatives contains
th speeches of Mr. Bayard that are
riio first speech delivered nt Boston,
gland, is reported in the Boston
rdlan and the Lincolnshire Inde-
Klcnt of August 10, 1693, under the
iston, East and West Tho Amerl-
n Ambassador visits the Borough
peech mv at tno Grammar
Jhool Complimentary Dinner-
Presentations of An Illuminated
Nils account of tho address is au-
itlo, because Mr. Bayard attaches
Ho his letter to tho secretary of
to, Mr. Olney. Ills only explana-
of the silly a flair is that he spoke
Itliout premeditation," that every-
g was "Impromptu," and that "a
sorous postpradlnal tone" pre-
led, and that tho reporters failed
'catch his words, sometimes in
tin, and confused them. Laugh-
fills authenticated account goes on
y that his excellency (Mr.Bayard)
accompanied by his worship the
for, who woro his "robes and chain
nice," and that several of the best
ens were present. It also informs
iliat Mr. Bayard's lineage can be
ed back to tho same family as that
io "ideal chivalry," the Seigneur
rro du Terrall de Bayard, the
valler sans pcur ct sans reproche.
laving thus laid a substantial
nidation for the social standing of
i American amoassaaor exiraoruui-
rand plenipotentiary among the
imar scholars of Lincolnshire, tho
unt further says that:
ir. Bayard's acknowledgment wa3
irked by a depth of feeling, asin-
ty of tone.
whether It was "humorous
postprandial" or with "depth of
feeling" and "sincerity or tone," the
confusion. Mr. Speaker, Is no doubt
satisfactorily explained by the news
paper account of the ambassador at
tached to Ills letter to the socrotnrv of
state, nnd which says that
borne of those which took part in
the evening proceedings lietraycd a
lack or appreciation or tho Import
ance of tho guest, otherwise they
would not have Interrupted his re
marks by tho cracking of llllberts.
Great laughter. (
Iain not quite sure, Mr. Speaker,
that we should hold an ambassador
extraordinary and plenipotentiary,
etc., strictly responsible ror his "post
prandial" Latin jokes delivered to a
grammar bcIiooI or English pupils
while cracking filberts. It Is possible)
that some future generation of'
! Lincolnshire pupils, In a more serious
and thoughtful mood ana in more
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solemn, environments, may translate
, ""-'" """-,'0i """""',
Miu .Lriiiiiii oi ino minister inu genu-
Of courso it la a terrible thing to
perpetrate a joke that may He dorm
nnt In an English community for a
generation until tho pupils who
cracked filberts during Its delivery in
Latin have grown old and passed
away, but, as Mr. Nye suggested,
"even arter that it Is liable to break
out on their posterity." Laughter
and applause. And so time may
eventually vindicate the Latin por
tions or Mr. Bayard's address, and
reconcile his own and the English re
ports and appreciation or It.
Passing oyer Tor tho present cen
tuiy, Mr. Bayard'sracctlous acknowl
edgements, we como to tho evening
speech, which Is mostly in English,
and about which there Is no confusion
and which caused so much or cheer
ing In England and so little lti Amer
ica. Laughter and applause.'
Responding to the toast "The
President of the United States,"
among other things he said:
lie stands In the midst of a strong,
self-confident and oftentimes' violent
people men who seek to have their
own way, and men who seek to haye
that way rrequently obstructed; nndl
tell you plainly that It takes a real
man to govern the peoplo of the Uni
ted States. Fortunately In this case
there Is a real man to govern tho peo
ple of tho United States and hold
their highest olllco. Ho may dis
please a great many, he may dis
appoint and obstruct u great many,
and I hope ho will continue to do so,
Then he proceeds to assuro his Eng
lish audience that tho life of the
president Is "an open one" and
"straightforward," and that "his
honesty has never been questioned,"
and that-"little children cluster
around his kneo" laughter; and that
for four years of his duty to sco Mr.
Cleveland "In the morning and at
noon and at midnight, in the house
hold and out of It," every day, and
that he saw him In times of trials
and of pleasure, .and that he was al
ways "true and steady and manly and
Anasojie loauieu to mo uouoen
Club and tho school or Manchester
and to his prejudice, and told Great
Britain that protection In America
had "banished men or Independent
mind and character from its public
councils." When ho knew that the
list of Its Illustrious advocates, begin
ning with thodlstinqulshcd names of
"Washington, Madison, and Franklin,
had never ceased to grow where
progress marked tho way until It had
recorded in tho register of Independ
ent mind and fame the names of Clay,
or Jackson, or "Webster, or Lincoln, or
Grant, of Garfield, or Randall, and or
Blaine. Loud applause on tho Re
publican side. And he knew that al
most on tho very day he uttered ;that
Indictment, the list or Independent
minds that champion thedoctrlno of
protection In America had grown to
the greatest and most significant ma
jority that ever spoke their Independ
ence at a popular election. Applause
on the Republican side.
He knew when he uttered that libel
on the memory or the greatest states
man of America that If you Bhould
Jjlot out the list of names Identified
with the doctrine of protection In our
history you would leave It a literary
desert a insignificant and barren of
achievement as Disraeli's grandfath
er's Chapter of Events that never
took place, Laughter and applause.
With a band of Iron in either band
April, May are most emphatically tho
months for taking a good blood purifier,
because the system is now most In need
of such medicino, and becauso it moro
quickly responds to medicinal dualities.
In winter Impurities do not pass out ot tho
body freely, but accumulato In tho blood.
Tho best modtcino to purify, enrloh and
vitalize tho blood, and thus glvo strength
and build up tho system, Is Hood's Baraa
parllla. Thousands tako it as their Spring
Medicine, and moro are taking it today
than over bof ore. If you aro tired, " out of
, sorts," nervous, have bad tasto In tho
'. .., or riI, hMll "!
morning, aching or dizzy head, sour
siomacn ana reel nil run down, a courao
. of 1Iood,B Sflr8aparlIln w)u put y;u
body In good order and mako you strong
and vigorous. It is tho Ideal Bpring
Medicino and true norvo tonic, becaubo
Is the One True Wood rurMer. AUilriiscNtt .!.
Prepared only by C. I. Hoodft Co.. l.cmrll. V,i
rc imri'ly wih ri
fulljr prepared. ,vhm
it started at tho Orient and with Its
( Hiiitibllmcund determined face toward
i the west It took un Its contlucnal
march. It would not stop. Where It
could .not find a place ito stand It
spanned with Iron. It laughed and
tolled and hurried on 'until at last it
found tho Occident. Applause. Then
it becamo a moiling, tireless spider
and wove tho desert Into a web of
commerce. It stopped at every station
and took the produco or tho farm and
left tho product of our own Amsrl
can factory. It looked into the child
hood faco or citizenship and studying
Its tendency or faculty or genius,
opened a thousahd doors of virions
and dllTcrent enterprise and said:
"Denizen of tho free Republic, tako
your choice." In short Itsct Amorlca
to worklind at tho highest wages over
paid In any land. Applause.
nARD TIMES FACTS.
GOOD niUDINQ FOK THE FAMILY
Every reader of tTiiE Journal
should look up tho list of premiums
given absolutely freo with this paper.
Tho Weekly Journal at 31 a year Is
tho cheapest paper on tho Pacific
coast, yet with It wo glvo yearly sub
scriptions to any of tho following
valuable publications, each known to
the world as a standard In Its ilcldO
Tho Toledo Blade,
Tho Queen or Fashions,
Tho Farm News,
Tho Child Garden.
These valuable publications .aro
each worth a 81 a year, yet wo glvo
you your choice, one year Tree, for a
$1.50 subscription to The Journal,
either tho Daily for six months or
tho Weekly for eighteen months.
Seethelist, and don't neglect to profit
Don't bo deceived Into paying for
so-called premiums offered with high
priced papers at a slight advance.
Remember The Journal Is tho
rheapest newspaper on the Pacific
coast, and It gives you high grade
premiums without additional charge
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Wbeu she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Polk county Republican primaries,
Friday, April 3.
Polk county Republican convention
at Dallas, April 4.
First congressional district Repub
lican convention at Albany on Tues
day , April 7.
State Democratic convention ut
Portland April Oth,
Republican national convention
meets In St. Louis, June 10.
Democlatlc national- convention
meets In Chicago. July 7.
National Populist convention, St.
Louis, July 22.
fo uuia wi ucuo
As a remedy for all forms oi iiexlaclicf
Electric Hitters has proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headache yeilds to
Its Influence. We urge all who are afllic'ed to
proiure a bottle, an! give (his remedy a fair
trial In cat: of habitual constipation Elec
tric Ditters cares by giving thi needed (one
to the bowels, and few case long resist the
use of this medicines. Try It once. Fifty
cents and !,oo at Fred A. Lens's Drug
Children Cry for
CALL. FOR CONVENTION.
A Republican convention for the
state of Oregon Is called to meet liv
tho city of Tortland, on Thursday,
April 0. 1800, at 11 o'clock a. m., for
the purpose or nominating candidates
ror the presldontnl electors and state
' nml district olllccs, except congress-
mru, and of electing four delegatesat
liuo to tho Republican national con
vention, and to transact such other
uslncss as may properly como before
che convention. IMie convention will
oimlst of 217 del egates chosen by tho
evcral counties as follews:
Tho samo being one delegatc-at-largo
from each county and one dele
gate for every 200 votes and for every
fraction over one-half thereof cast for
tho Republican cimdldato ror governor
at the election held In this state on
Juno 4, 1801.
All voters In favor or tho Republi
can principle or protection to Ameri
can Industries and American labor
the unbuildlnc or a home market, a
sound financial policy and a patriotic
enforcement of tho Monroe doctrlno
aro cordially Invited to unite with us.
George A. Steel
William Kapus, Chairman.
Portland, Or., Feb. 5, 1890.
A tltcmibllcau convention for tho
first congressional district, or tho
state or Oregon, Is hereby called to
meet In the city or Albany on Tues
day, April 7, 1800, at 3 p.m. for the
purpose of nominating a candidate
for congress and two delegates to tho
national Republican convention. The
convention will consist of 122 dclo
gates to Iks chosen by the several
counties, us follews:
Josephine .... 4
Lake , . 3
Tho samo being one delegate at
largo for each county,and one for each
200 votes, or fraction over one-half
thcreor, cast ror tho Republican gov
ernor at tho election held Juno 4, 1801.
The commltto recommends that the
primaries and county conventions bo
held In accordance with tho recom
mendation or tho state central com
mittor Thos. II. Tongue, President.
J. A. Wilson, Sccrotary.
Deafness Cannot be Cured,
by local applications, as they cannot
reach tho diseased portions or the car.
Thoro Is only ono way to euro dear
ncss, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition or tho mucous
lining or tho Eustachian tit bo. When
this tube gets lufiamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
und when it Is entirely closed deaf
ness is the result, and unless the In
flammation can bo taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will ho destroyed forover;
nlno cases out of ten aro caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an In
limned condition of the mucous sur
face. Wo will glvo Ono Hundred JDollars
for any caso or deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot ho cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sond for clr
F.'j. Chennev &Co., Toledo O
sjgrSold by Druggists, 75 conts.
A medium sited blacky leather hand
Crip, containing letters, pension papers and
other articles, Including u bottle of bear's
oil. D. L. McLain. Report to thisollice
Will pay littoral reward.
Through His Nervine Is a Ben
efactor to Thousands."
WIDELY tticjirn YYi cn publisher,
who roiue tt P'o:o Uay, writes
March eta, lsW. os folio-
"Plro years o;o 1 bo-am m nervous that
mental worx waj lKiru- I cou.ii wot reel
at night on suvouut of uovpU-t-autm. My
attention was calUd to It lllo lltor
tlve Nervine, aud I tciatnonccd to una It
with tho very teat eCor.u t'uw tnen I
havo kept ft tottlo Ju my auu.u &od woK
wbenovcr ray nones Ucimio unst run;, wlin
always tho 1 vao good results, 5ir Kii Uo
ttKts 11 zor iiervouMii
with liko never lolling
tacces. I baveiccom
tended it to tnauy and
it cares them. All who
suZer from norvo
troubles should try ii.
It Is free from narcotics, perfectly Winn
ie, and yet soothes sod strenciheos. ls
Miles, through his Nenrino u a, benefactor
to thousands." A. O. LHnjlAK.
Editor and propriiior of Den Iukdsiux,
Pr. Miles' Nervine Is sold on gusrnnte
st bottle will benefit or money refunded.
1 Was sM-
LtfcKI W h
for Infants and Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Knowh,.
Batenian'a Drops, Codfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soolhlnff Syrups, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
fto Vni Know that opium and morphine arc ttupefylnff narcotic potions?
o Von Ksnw that In most countries druggists are not permitted tostltnarcottes
without labeling them potions f
o Von Know that you should not permit any medicine to he clvea your child
unless you oryour physician know of what It is composed?
Ho You Know that Castoria Is a purely vegetable preparaUon, and that a list of
Ma Ingredients is published with every bottle r
o Von Know that Castoria is the prescription orthc famous Dr. Bumuel tttcher.
That It has been lu use for nearly thirty years, aud that more Castoria Is now sold than
of all other remedies for children combined?
Po Von Know that the Talent Office Department of the United Blatcs, and of
other countries, have, issued exclusive tight to Dr. rllcher and his assigns to use the word
Castoria and its formula, and that to imitate them is n state prison oOense?
Io Von Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection
ts because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely liarmleHH?
Io Von Know that 33 average doses of Castoria are furnished for 39
cent b, or cue cent a dose ?
o Von Know that when possessed oflhls perfect prepa ration, yourchUdrenmay
he kept weU, and that you may have unbroken rest?
Well, tlieac tUUigw are worth knowing. They are facts.
Children Cry for
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
Scvvlco aud Scenerj Vnetjmillcd
TnoufjJi Palace and Tourist Cava
Trains leave Portland and Seattle dally for the East.
Tickets, reservations and baggago checked to all points.
For comfort in travel take'tlie Great Northern.
BOZORTH BROS., Agents.
R. C. STEVENS. G. W. 1, A.. Seattle, Wash.
A. 11. C. DENNISTON.'T.C. 1'. & T. A.. Portland Oi.
Union Pacific System.
"" Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Tourls
Sleepers and I'reo Reclining Chairs dally
JPOJtTLAND to CHICAGO
Our trains are heated by steam and .tr
lighted by Pintsch light.
Time to Chlcano, 3 1.2 days
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days,
Which is many hours quicker than com
petitors. For rates, time tables and Misinform ton
JIOISIH tO JiAliJUM,
Agents, Silem, Oi,
R. W. BAXTER, C. 11. WINN,
General Agent, DIst. Pats. Agent '
135 Third Street. Portland.
Eastern R. R. Company
YAOUINA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yanulna Hay with the fa'ao
Francisco & ysqulna my Bteamihlp Co.
a 1 and firit.clsis In every respect. Sails
from Ysqulna for San Francisco about every
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or polntt west Jo Ban
Franclscoi Cabin, $13; steerage, $8; cabl
round trip, good 60 days, $18,
For sailing dates apply to
II. IJ.VALDEN. Agent,
CIIAS. CLARK. Corvallls, Or.
EDWIN HldNr;, Manager, tXrvalliJ, Or,
A. J. CHURCHILL, Local.' Agent. Salem.
mmZlMmmJ U U4 4 U "
nr tiif.iwy - m
u, tulul aiik Uu tUWa. Tak
l tumut M MrtlMlv.. UfUU. ui
In oh every
1 urn m ROUTE.
Dlntnjf and Buffet- TMmiry Curn
I WllMfcUssmwsssfsjsfcsyssitlii4ii.si" w
Pullman Sloopim Cars
Elegant Dinln Cars.
Tourist Sloopino- Garb
ToSt. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, targo,
uranu runes, i.rooxsion, Winnipeg,
Helena and Hutte.
To Chicago, Wathlngton, Philadelphia, New
YorK, notion, ana all roints
East and South
For Information, time-cards, maps and
tickets, call on or wrllo
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
""., 2G5 Commercial srrcet, Salem, Or.
A, D. Charlton, Ant. Gcn'l. Pass, Ant.,
Morrison st corner Third Portland, Or.
0. R. &, N. CO.
E. M'NElLL, RECEIVER,:
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis St'l'aul and Den
ver Omaha and Kansas Ciiy,aLow rales la
Portland San Fjanclsco,
Steamers leave Aiusworth dock, Portland,
March 33 and 28, and April 2, 7, 12, I7,,'l
snd 281I1 at 8 p. rn.
Fare Cabin, ft steerage, ti.so.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION,
Steamers Elmore and Ruth leave Salem
for Eugene and Corvallls Saturdays, Sundays
Tuesdays and Thursdays at about 5 p. rn,
Iave for Portland Mondsys, Tuejday,
Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 a. m,
Lowest freight and pastenger rates,
Round-trip tickets vera cheap.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through
to all points wlth6ut extra transfer charges.
F01 full details call on ltolte & liarker,
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address,
W. II. IIURLIIURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or.
For full detain call on or address
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Trsdest. Locsl Agent.
Have You teen
th newr Pouoni Put Box! It is given
fro with each box of Fowdsr. Ask fur it.
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train Run dai, between
Portland and San Francisco.
T Portland si.
lv Salem (v.
ar. Sun Fran, lv,
I 0145 a m'
Above trains stop at Eaut Portland, Oregon
City, Wo dburu, Salem, Turner, Mai ion,
leflerscn, Albany. Albany Junction, Irving,
Eugene, Cresw.ll, Dtain, and all stations
from Roseburu tu Ashland, inclusive.
RO3KB0HO MAIL UAW.Y.
South , I North
:3U 11.111. lv.rortlniuliir. 4:40 p.m.
11:00 n.m. lv. Sitlcm lv. 2:20 p.m.
r:!i0l.w. I :ir. Itocb'g lv. 8:30 u.m.
South 1 I North"
'4:00 p.m. lr. I'ortlnntl nr. 10:03 n.m.
il:ir p.m. I nr. Salem lv. 8:00 n.m.
DINING CARS ON OODEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
aud second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
llclNseen Portland and Corvallls, dally (ex
cept Sunday. 1
Lv, Poitland. Ar"
Ar. Corvallls. Lv
6120 p. in
At All.antl (liifl fVirvflllli ffirtni.', urltl.
tru.ns of Otegon Central & Eastern Railroad,
Express train dally except Sunday
7125 p. m.
iLv. Portland Ar I
to all points In the Eastern Stales, Canada
and Europe can lie obtained at lowest mtci
from W.W. SINNER, Agenl. Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, At. G. F. & P. A..
R, KOEIILER, Manager.
h Si. Paul Ry..
:glance at this map.
Of the Chicago, Milwaukee Jand St. Paul
Railway and note Its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and rumember when going east that Us trains
are lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is tupcrb. Elegant
Duffel, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free recllnlrg chairs. Each sleeping
car lieitlihas an electric reading lamp, and
Its dining cars aro the best In the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux
urlous accommodations. There are sufficient
reasons for the ponularltyof "The Mllwsu.
kee." Coupon ticket agents in every rail,
road office will give yon further Inclination,
C. J. EDDY, General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, Tray. Pass. Agent.
For Information and tn Ksadbooh writ Sa
MUWN A: CO., Ml Uaaiowsv. Maw Vomc.
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