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- - s CHEAPEST ONE CENT DAILYdv SBcts. laoatk hjr KH Prepaid in Adrsme. No Papers Seat WJmm Time is Oat. Associated Press Daily News JOURNAL. vjA.rH AJb paper Published on the' Pacific Coast, $3.00 a Year. ''. ! VOL. 6. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1893. DAILY EDITION. NO. 242. -- 7"" Un ' i V. a $ brail tafa 'Kill Pfafl cat? ttnl 1 Ui 'DOS J TBiS Jill ai! fal 'in 8 Ct(f m ! SK ! ! Best St. Louis make at fVERY - 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 T.O OFFER YOU. A general assortment of Racket Goods at Racket Prices carried in stock. E. T. BARNES. State Insurance Block, 333 Com'l St. i Amps p.i nAKR RFMnnn Fn. a spfp.ialty. OSTON m ml m wm S J 1 Vr ladies' and Gentlemens' Clothine Cleaned, Dyed, Repaired and Ladies' and Gentlemens' Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, Repaired and Pressed Cleaning and Pressing Gent's Suit &2.00 to $2.50. " ' Ladles' " 1.50 to 2.00. Dying, 50 cents to $1.00 extra. Work neatly done on short notice, at moderate prices. State 8t , 1 door below Smith & Stelner's drug store. Salem. I. GOLD & CO. I SILVER MTTIJ Full Record of Last Night's Debate. &MIBBB CONTINUOUS SESSION. Voorliees Fails to ram. Hold a Quo- DOUBTFUL AS TO THE FUTURE. The Greatest Strugplo in the His tory of the Senate. Ed. C. Cross, lice jrtrfr SSsffSBSSr). I Meats. Wiiolcsnlo and Retail Dealer in Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats of allttiuds 95 Court. and 110 State Streets, K. Meeker & Co., Hop Exporters OFFICE, Oberheim Blockup stairs, Salem. W. A. TEMPLETON, Gcn'l Agent. zm i i n fun A A Here is a chance of a life-time, Why Dress Suit to $100. Iwl J. RIJBENSTEIN, - 308 Commercial Street, Salrm. Suits made to order and cleaned or repaired. Lamoureux's Stables, rigs uor poor horses. ' . CHURCHILLlPiimps.PiirRps.PamP Sa 103 BURROUGHS State Street. J W THnRNBURG. ' THE rPUOLSTURER. StttB 8ulfi5SS Week, CbenFeketa street. , i i ... i The West Printing Co.SS .1 .i. virstclass work. Reasonable prices. Special attention to mall orders. J irst ciaw w Qf eBon 03 Commercial St., CIvK AN . . , , , .,... a w vour clothes done up in If you would do cieuu - - h the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to ALEM STEAM LAUNDRY .here all work is done by whitejbo-n SST" Last Night's Debate. Washington, Oct. 13. Last night Senator Martin kept on, with frequent interruptions for roll call until 4 o'clock, when he said he would close with tLo hope that he might continue the dls cusslon at some time In the future, as there were several important phases I e had not touched on. Morgan gave notice ot an amend ment to the repeal bill prepared by Representative Turpln of his Btate, providlug'for the coinage ot sliver dol lars of 4121 grains which, together with all silver dollars of like weight and fineness, are made legal tenuer, except where others are expressly stip ulated. The secretary of the treasury is directed to purchase silver bullion at the market price to be paid for in silver dollars and have It coined into silver dollars to equal the amount with gold dollars colutd. nviw hpn rpRiimed his speech of last week, continuing until 0:20 when he excused himself on the plea or an inportant engagement aud with the underetutidinK that he should resume today. Stewart of Nevada then re- Hiimeil the floor and began anothei speech. The hours dragged wearily aioug un til 8:20 when an Incident occurred which demonstrated the belplessnt&snf the senate under the present system of ruks, Voorheia arose, cbbllng under the continued roll calls of the bllytr men in forcing to hold their tired ad versaries on the rack, and petulantly demanded of Frye. of Maine, who was in the chair, to what extent the prlv ilege of calling for a quorum could bo abused. "In terms ot rules," said Frye, "there Is no limitation and Ihe chair knows of no power in a presiding officer to place limitation." vooruees nun back iu ills seat and the roll call brought forty-four unwilling victims Into the chamber. As soon as the an nouncement was made, Quay, of Penn sylvania, suggested the absence of a quorum. He did It, be said, because the decision of the chair put It abso lutely in the power of auy one in the senate to stop legislation." The senate of the United States," said Frye -vlth a gravity that caused the galleries to titter, "Is the most dignified legislative body in the world and," he proceeded, "the framers of its rules did not sup pose any senator would violate the properties or decencies of the senate." "The theory oi me cuubuiuhuu, ald Quay, disgustedly, "may bo as slated by the chair, but our recent ex perience has shown that the senate Ib very dlV rently constituted." He then withdrew his suggestion, but Uarey, of Wyoming, who evidently desired to show the country exactly bow power less the senate was, repeated it. At 0:15 Harris of Tennesse presemcu an amendment which tie saiu e would oiler in due time. The amend ment provides first for the coinage of all silver bullion In the treasury repre wntlng the government selgoorage into full legal tender dollars at tho rate ...onminnnwr month. Second, when the wlnorage Is coined the secretary of the treasury shall purchase each month bullion sufflclent to coin iuian; uu... and; frfn JS "Sin. J? of rdaeno,fflion than lkUb.ll l-J mm WARNING Which wtoreU con.Ui.Uy '& tte ftj M.Utnc.mu.t WP u ' ""Tthpoi. f MW ---- ----- tons, ua euiuw j" teemed and not re-issued and national hunk notes of less denomination than $10 shall be redeemed and the national bauka required to substitute notes of that denomination. Fourth, two and a half and five dollar gold pieces shall be no longer coined and when received at the treasury department be re-coined as eagles and double eagles. Fifth, holders of standard silver dol. lure can exebnuge Buch dollars on pre sentation for noted of same legal tender oualitv aa such silver dollars whicli shall be held for their redemption. The amendment created much Interest, It beiug assumed that It furnished tho first sped Ho compromise proposition growing out of the continuous session, ft was understood that Carlisle was not yet satisfied that tho repeal men would have to capitulate and urged them to continue the light. He was willing, however, that tho amendment be in troduced in case the compromise would become the only alternative except de feat. In this indirect way it would eeiu the administration, as far as Car lisle speaks for it, showed the first sign of weakening. When it was found Impossible to get together a quorum, Voorliees rose and said he felt he had done his duty in the matter, and moved an adjournment. Fhe motion was unanimously agreed to, and iu an lustaut the senate cham ber was deserted after a continuous ses- Inn of thirty-eight hours and forty minutes. The senate adj turned at 1 45 a. m. Voorliees Doubtful. Washington. Oct. 13. Voorliees said to the Associutedl'ress he would at six o'clock this eveuiug ugalu ask the tienato to continue iu session during tho night and keep It up until a vote was reached. Ho did not know whether he could holdaquoruni.but it would not be his fault, if one failed. There Is a movement on foot, In oppo sition to Voorliees' proposition to ask for ? night session, to prouuro an ad journment at 5:30 till until Monday. COMl'HOMISH ItKACJIIM). The Democratic senators have been holding a conference all day, aud have, it is Muted, upon good authority, al moBl agreed upon a compromise. The agreement continues the Sherman act In eliect eighteen mon'liB and provides fur u limited bond issue. PASSENGERS Air Brakes on the Train Would Not Work. 17 KILLED AND 52 INJURED. ' THE FOREIGN CABLES. Most of tho Dead Frightfully Mangled. RECEIVER FOR THE UNION PACIFIC. Following the Northern Pacific to Bankruptcy. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Royal Baking ssr lUmivl ABSOLUTELY PURE k Dynamite Outrage iu Italy. AN AERONAUT'S TRAGIC DEATH. Ministerial Crisis iu tho Spanish Government. In Congress. WABHINC1TON, Oct. 13 House agreed to lake vote nu the Chinese bill at three o'clock Monday. The banking bill will be called up Immediately after house now discus sing the Chinese bill. A Dynamiter. San Fhancisco, Oct. 13 John Han son, n prominent member of the Bail ors' Union, was arrested this morning for connection with the fatal dynamite explosion at the Bailors' boarding house. Irish Leaugo President. Chicago. Ills.. Oct. 13. M. V. Clan non has resigned the preldency of the Irish national leaguo or America, it l said the resignation Is duo to Glad stone's home rule policy. Dictator. Washington, Oct. 13. The presi dent of Guatemala has proclaimed himself dictator. The State Encampment. Ilosiniiniu, Oct. 13 A mass meeting wu he Id at the courthouse by citizens, members of the Women's I'ehef Corps and of the Uranu Army, or loseuurg vicinity, tor the purpore or contld erlng the most practicable date for the holding of the state en campment of these organisations and of the Sons of Veterans. Commit tees will be appointed to make arrange ments for receving vM tors aud will sug gest that the encampment te held In Rofceburg the latter part of April or May, IbOl WORLD'S 'FAIR NOTES. rr.rj n cIush nuliico hi Midway tla! tat co where ull the alterations of cutting and making jihis am exhibited without deception. Tbe entiw lloor spu of the Kentucky buldlnKl"ld,n,"wl," i toottuti' no:,Jutbeojiiniof wi.. . U Mur accurately roUuolujj the mouth of tho Mammoth tve. .. i... firm In fiiirinnnv exhibit an lion tree nwla ol various sized tube. .. .....i.t th trea is u beautiful sight. JiutaaTl of have the Unit are ablaze with yellow lucandeiXMMit globe. In the Kanwu tmtlflintf a; me mjk Frightful Wreck. jACicsofo, Mich., Oot. 13. Ono of tho most frightful railroad accidents occurred hero at 0:30 this morulng. The second section of tho Oswego spe cial run into the rear end or tho tiret section, teleBCoplugtwo coaches, while the first section was standing on the traok. Some of the passengers were out on the ground, some were eating breakfast, many were asleep. The dead numbor seventeen, injured fifty two. Moat of the dead are frightfully mangled. Euglneer Whalen.ln charge of the section, says he saw the slgual to keen back, but when ho tried to stop bis train, he found that the air brakes would not work. THIS DEAD. Followlmr Is a list of tho dead: Mag gie MoMaster, Pennyan, N. Y.; Jas. H. Keller, Hammondaport, N. Y.; Uenrge Huffmnnn, Lowmansyllle, N. Y.-, Mrs. Norton Beardsley, Canton, Penn.jMisB Harriet Burll, Pine City, N. Y.; Mrs. Chas. Starr, Elmlra, N. Y., Mrs. Dar win dlbbs, Wheeler, N. Y.; James Woodbury. Mrs. Lloyd Woodbury, Bath, N. Y. An unknown baby; It Is believed tho parents are killed, as there Is an unknowu man and unknown woman amontr the dead. There Is also an unidentified woman with a babe In her arms. The wreck was ono of tho sections of the world's fair train of the Delaware.Lackawanna and Western road running overtne Michigan Central track. Two rear cars wore completely telescoped Into each othr and every person la them either killed or Injured. So far 10 bodies have been found. The Injured number 60 to 00. Eecoiver For Union Pacific. OiiAiiA. Neb.. Oct. 13.-B. II. H. Clark has been appointed receiver of tbo Union Pacific ralUosd. E. Ellerv Anderson of New York has been appointed third receiver. THE MARKETS. 13. Wheat, An Aeronaut's Death. Home, Oct. 13, The aeronaut Char bonet, who was married three days ago, Bet out with his undo and two friends to go lu a balloon over the Alps to Franco. Yesterday the balloon struck a glacier In tho Italian Alps. The car was smashed and all the trav elers were thrown out Charbonet was killed Instantly and his .wife and friends were lujurod severely, WE BEAT JOHNNY BULL. lc?T WPLL. -, uri bad for ffn''SSti wMch md.5 " E ,TIV be Hylt.U . ."! r ,,.. ' , hv tmniU UW aMjg,. AKittSUib M ii ;lf tbe Lombard whool for the Lincoln PClS SSuSnS wMii.'fiv SriaV caiopalan. u .pinning wheel 3ar Ar to W. oUIr that came orer in Itf'SttSlfw US'iiirW'k ,gMrnow a4 a flag wade la ITT Ban FitANCJSCO, Oct. cash fl.OOt. Chioacio, Oct. 13,-Casli, 03; De cember 601. Poktihd, Oct. 13. Wheat valley, $.95f.97l; Walla Walla f.87f .87 J. Phioks Cut. Be sure and call at 07 State street for New York wholesale prices on wall paper. In fine gut pa pers the price Is cut from W) cents w oo aud 40 cents. In common paper from 25 cents to 10 and 16 oeuts. Call early. IU 12 tr i The Southern Paclfio has placed tho price of rouud trip tickets, good for 10 days to the Portland exposition at 13,86, Including one admission to the exposi tion. Tickets on sale Moudays, Wed ueodays and Fridays only. tf ' Are You Nervous, Are you all tired feeling or sick bead ache? You can be relieved of all these symptoms by Ukijg Hood's riarsapa- ii, .....i.t. ..I.,..- nun. niMiilal and nun, wunu ui,i. uv.., W" ... bodily strength and thoroughly purifies the blood, n also cresww buum M'i7 uti,. cures indication, heartburn aud dyspepsia. tTvtt.. ixiia nr v to take, easy In .H,n Htiit unra In effect. Soceutsabox, Grape Vines for Sals. I have prorogated several thousand good strong two-year old grao vines for setting out, assorted varlties, suit able for culture in Oregon. 26 ots each. I'i 00 per dozen, ii iiowr, djubuj, vr., JOUHNAk omoe. IVnnnmlta In PaVOr. Clean uewlaiew, lied In bandies of 10U, not cut, tor Mis at this otiloe at fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw wrapping paper rge snw, iwo wn noxi. UUUI w Europsan Anarchists. Madrid, Oot. 13. A panic prevailed at Jeroz, Monday ovouing, when the report was circulated that u body of an archists Intended to attack the town. Shops wero hastily closed, wludowa barred, doors barricaded and valuables hidden. Tho mayor mobilized the civil guard. Thorelgn of terror coutluued throughout tho night, and the civil guards bocomlng bolder, they pushed out into the country and met, accord ing to tho claim made by tho munici pal authorities, groups of atiarchlsts marching towards Jerez. Tho anarch ists. It la asserted, when ciuestloned by the civil guards, declared themselves to bo workmen on their way to Jerez In order to engage iu their regular occupa lions. The authorities claim this wu not tho case, but the anarchists wore evidently cowed by the prompt meas ures taken to put down any outbreak. Dynamite Iu Italy. ItoitK, Oot. 13'. A serlnui dynamite outrage is reported from Pisnl. A large dynamite bomb was exploded yester day lu the vicinity of the Florentine gate. Tho force of the explosion shat tered nil the windows lu the vicinity and caused a terrible paule among the Inhubltanls. There was no loss of life, though several people were injured. Ring Government. Duhlin, Oot. 13. John Barry haB decided to resign his seat in commons, notwithstanding tho rcmonatranoea or his constituents In Wexford. He has addressed a lontr letter to the elector, explaining that be resigns because of tho system of ring government practiced by certain powerful elements of the Irish parliamentary party, and becauso new nollclcs are Inaugurated without a consultation with the majority of tho party, Peace League. BnusaKWi, Oct. 18. Tbo control com mittee of tho international parliamen tary peace league mot here. They de cided to request Mr. Gladstone to In troduce and brine; under discussion in the British parliament a bill pledging tbo British government to favor the as tabllshment of a permanent court for tlie arbitration of International disputes, America Wins the Great Yacht . Race. THE VIGILANT AGAIN VICTORIOUS Britishers Defeated for tho Eighth Time Crisis la Spain. Madiup, Oct. 13. A .ministerial crisis has suddenly arison.owiug to the resignation of tho minister of the In terior. It Is rumored the foreign min ister will also resign and that the cabi net wilt be largely modified. International Yacht Race. Nkw Yohic, Oct. 13. The race be tween tbo Vigilant and Valkyrie today Is fifteen miles to windward and return. At 12:02 p. m gun Just fired, Vigi lant is heading for tho line. At 12:00, second gun Just fired, Valkyr'o Just crossing. At 12i25, Vlgiiaut leadlug by t mile. HAD vigilant weathek, Thero Is good Valkyrlu weather. A gale of nearly thirty miles an hour Is on. It transpires tho Vigilant Is not leading as was supposed. It Is hard to tell which leads. The Vigilant crowd tho Hue at 3;55. T1IK KMJI.1HIIMAN LRADS, Tne Valkvrlo muudud the stako at 2:39. Tho Villi n turned three min utes and twenty Hccouds lutor, the wind increasing. Thu bouts are coming Mome at u tremendous speed, the Vigi lant steadily gaitiiug on tbo English man. AMKUIOAW WINS. Tbo Valkyrie crossed the Hnoat3:53J. Tho Vigilant wins the third time, THE TIME. TheVlgllant's elapsed time isthrse hours, 61 minutes, 6 seconds, Valky rie's elapsed time three hours, 20 rain utrst 67 Beoondf. Alleged Counterfeiters. Taooma, Wn,, Oct. 13. Much ister est Is being taken iu tho bearing tomor row of Burroll and Thomas, the alkgsd counterfeiters who circulated spurious coins at Koy last week, it has just iw como known that a large number of counterfeit 16 gold coins have been cir culated throughout Southwestern Washington. A mlsoroscopio examin ation of tbo coins show the milling to be finer than that of the originals, but they havo no metallic ring and ar riiort In weight nearly half. Burrtll and Thomas olulni they came Into pos session of the bad coins luuotwntly. Deafness Oaanot Ss Cured a pound, the posU'JBoe. ii Situation la Uracil. New Yohk. Oct. 13. Tho Herald's Montevideo dispatch says that advices from Itlo Janeiro are that the army, hitherto loyal to Pelxoto, Is likely to Join tho naval insurgents. Two bat talions of the National Uuard uayo re volted and declared for the rebels. It Is believed the disaffection will spread rapidly. Tho rebel squadron is luao tlve, owing to a lack of ammunition. The revolution uprising In tho South ern province of Itlo Grande do Sulla dally gaining strength. A large force of the rebel army Is toileztng Llvraudo, aud the residents fear an attack ou the city will soon be made. BUEN03 ayki, Oot. 13. AUvtors from Bio Grande do Bui, Brazil, an that the iasursenti surprised aud de featfcd tho government forces at Quar- cny, klllluK 200 rederai troops. Bukmoh Ayhbh, Oct. I8.-I0 addl tion to tho "To Dniui." which W sung today celebrating the end of tht revolution, there was a grand tullltarj fete, Peace aud security Is restored li the country, except lu some reiuott districts, bv local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion pf the ear. , There Is only one way to cure deafness, nd that Is by constitutional remedies. nnarnt-Mi la chubmI liv an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian tube. Wlteti this tuosiaiu tlamed you havo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearlwr, and when Risen- tlrely closed, deafness Is tho result, ami out and this tube restored tolls normal .1 couuiuou, Hearing win u uwnijw g ferever: nine cam's out or ten are oausea ry cainrrn, wuiun in hhihiux uot i- tlameu condition or me hiuwus suri Wo will give nne hundred dollars for iny rase of deafness (caused by eaUrrb) that cannot be cured by Hall's CftUrrb Cure. Bend for circulars; ftm. F. J. CiiKNKY fc C., TqWo.0. afirS-Wd by Druggists, 75. J) The shoe traile has teen faAvy at tne New York Raoket because they sell a good quality of boots and sboes at low prices and warrant ail beat makes. cod w .TuitRKYR-At ShartMi's dairy ari kept aa Hue a herd of Jersey flows i ou wish in ee. fc w yj f """j UVH uxoeneuv tuns m mwn. XTnll.Inn llbu Ul.uljanuil XiUMt Istor for pyspep and IwsMisjssittoss-- pai9mH ii"v-, maimer. jjiDony oucok.