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r- 5 , f. t V nr flfofe CENf DAILY I 85 eta. a taoatk by MaM Prepaid la Advauae. No Papers Seat WImh Time la Oat. Associated Press Daily News1 paper Published on the Pacific Coast. $3.00 a Year. CAPITAL lJ tt&WlsMjfllK TV VVHBM i . ev Vl w weLLLmsstei'TA JOURNAL -1- - ' i VOIi.,6. DAILY EDITION. Served Exclusively to the 21,477212 People admitted to the World's Fair Grounds, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER ll 1893. DALLY EDITION". NO. 29U. kbJ Ufliversallv accented as the Leading Fine coffee of the World, DAMON BROS., BLUE FRONT. MASTING CLEVELAND v Senator Hoar Scoring the President. MAKING COMIC COMPARISONS. Charging Gross Violation of the Constitution. THE RESOLUTION IS LAID OYER. Date Changed for the NowTurift to Take Eftect. Ed. C. Cross, Choice Meats Wholesale and KctnU Dealer in Fresh, halt and SmokedMeats!of n IKiiids 95 Court and 110 State Streets. Hop K. Meeker & Co., Kxporters OFFICE. Qberheira Block, up stairs, Salem. W. A. TEMPLETOF, Gen'l J gent If you want your house pro perly heated at small expense call on us at CHURCHILL Sa DIIDDMIGHS 103 State Street. Tariff Date Chanted. Washington. Dee. 11. The Ways and Means committee has changed tbe time when the tariff bill will go into ef fect from March lat to June 1st, 1893. NO PAIN Is experienced wta. you &rfQM3. tvr nONTPTS as he uses the Hale method, troia or iw M2SS3 All kinds of plated dene: Bndge work and fine gold fillings a specialty. Dental Jtaklorb, Over Gray Bros, eod - NOW HERK More CoMmG Holiday Goods - - -a Tb? Neu)?st, Most Attractive wsr-FS A.lE'rBS'xr TUE KBW -o qtabLES "WILLAlvl-J L X hftlird,d by day or week hi reuBuuBuiu i""r . .Bn been tbe uneai ow"- RYAN "' meet a demauds. Also Beep i nr nostofllce. 1W" . Barn and residence z moc -" MONEY TO LOAN 8K.nstfasfMaa "'"SSI... J.1I.AX.7'. ' Cwbltr. Capital National Rdf FEAR & FORD, Boom 12. Lush Ban block. 51MW Steamer RHona FOR PORTLAND. n4 Fridays 7: a. jn., "'" Tu1lNmo.;e?ve.Toe,d7', J tt SA.LEM. ffljaparaffirtB ."kTcbanre.boug" principal eltle or " ""yj, MABTll, K-. ":"?? .V J. T.7 g.'V.'MATTHKW: Roasting Cleveland. Washington, Dec. 11. Hoar intro duced a resolution calllug upon the president for further information sb to his action on Hawaiian affairs. Tbe resolution by Imputation attacks the president's appointment of a commis sioner without the consent or advice of the senate. Hoar, In course of hls;re marks on the resolution saidjif It were true that the preiident, (tbe senate he lm? in session.! authorized an officer to exercise paramount authority in anoth er country, with which tho United States waBat peace, he was standing on slippery ground and had better step onto terra firma rapidly and at once. (Laughter.) "The oatrloh puts his head In tbe sand so," Bald Hoar, "and thinks be will not be seen. Tho rhinoceros hides in hismudpuddleand breathes through his nose and tblnkB he will not bo seen but neither of these are fit and Bultable precedents for the president of the Uni ted States. The people will know tbe truth of the matter." Senator Urav said he believed the policy of Cleveland . not onlv that of Justice and mag- namity but one of non-interference. hoah replies: wnr wld that it the allegation, that, the" president on March 7, (the senate being in session) comm'ssioueua poBU" as paramount representative In tbe Hawaiian Islands, were true, it seemed to him as gross a violation of the consti tution of tbe United States as ever was charged upon or Imputed to any public official. The resolution was laid over until tomorrow. Washinoton, Dec. Il.-The Presi dent bas nominated Henry W. Mellen of Indiana, Commissioner for Alaska, h Andrew F. Snelllng Register of land office at North YaKina, yyuu. Lumber Failure. Madison, Wis., Dee. ll.-A receiver l9 appointed for tbe W'scousm i"" and Lumber Co., and Minnesota and Wiscousln Railroad Co. Aggregate In debtedness, $135,000. Train Held Up. . m - tw. 11. The Canon AUSTIN, i"i - . tullltraln on the Texas Pacific was rob- bed by six men at Don " - Tue Express sale was iw-- r Bengers were relieved of money and Anftiir Receiver. . r,i twi. 11 Judge Hal- jXaf-nooa appointed Frank T .rnbull receiver for the Union Pacl- ', Ttenverand Gulf Rroad. n.ttinr a Jury tii. tpo 11. Tbe work -mnino. Ills., ueciJ. t nin the Jury resumed this moru of uettiDB tUN"?" ln prenderKat. jpgin the tr a. qi --- . ,. trltti Taking eviaencs iu - was also begun. J 0 Work of French Anarchists. Pakis, Dec. 10. The names of depu ties who had been Wounded were given out very slowly, consequently many re ports got abroad and score of friends and relatives of depujles crowded to the Palais Bourbon to make inquiries. At 6 o'clock this ltBt Was ebtained: Professor Lemlre, a Catholic socialist, elected to represent the first district of Hazebruck; Count Paul Honry Lanjul nals, a union conservative, who has been a member of tbe chambers since 1889; M. Leffet, a Republican, an ex lieutenant of tho navy and sits tor Cbl non; Comte de MouUlembert, Catnollo conservative for tho iNord, severe cuts, uuutj Buriuusj auurjuouuuuci, xkpuuu- can for the Vosgeo, and captain ln tho last war, slightly buteed; Baron Qerad, conservative for Calvados, many bruises Geonres Ouhery, Rspublloan for the Loire and chevalier of the Legion of Honor, severely cut and bruised; M, Lq Foullon; M. de Casenove do t'rauine. Baron Rene Charles Rellle; Jean Plicht on and Alexandre Dumas, a lawyer, slightly Injured. M. Dupuy was' out ln the cheek by a flying scrap of Iron, but be stopped tbe sligbt flow of blood with his handkerchief and declined medical aid, M. Mourler, tbe restaurant keeper of the chamber, suffered a pain ful wound ln the arm, and his friend, M. Duflos, was Injured berlously in both arms and legs. Geueral Jean Bap tlste Billot, sonator, ex-minister of war and grand officer of the legion of honor, was watching tbe proceedings in tho chamber whou the bo"mb was thrown. Rnvnmi nr num of Iron struck him. In flicting painful but not dangerous flesh wounds. Aelthol GrovlUe, parliament; nrv reDorter and editorial writer on the stall of the Echo deParls, was wound,- ed severely but not dangerously, ln tho bead. A Roumaulan nobleman, who Is passing his furlough from the army in raris, was in mo iruui. mn wiuo gallery when the bomb exploded. Ho was hit In the head by a ragged piece of metal and fell uuconsclousand bleed lug ta the floor, He was carried to one of the committee rooms for treatment. Physicians there pronounced his Injur ies serious, although probably not fatal. Altogether over 80 persona were wound- o-- ' - DIGGING TDEIR OWN GRAVES Latest Olfonso of Intolerant En glish Lords. FINANCES IN TUB REICHSTAG. Extt of the Injuries From the Anarchist Bomb. Highest of all in.Lcavcnlng Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Royal Baking Powder SSSK ABSOLUTELY PURE ed. Federation of Labor. CmoAao, Dee, ll.-The thirteenth annual convention of American federa tion of labor opened here today. About one hundred delegates from all parts of the country were present when Presi dent Gompers Cilled the body to order. The western delegates want a Western man for President to succeed Gompers. London. Dee. 11 Tho house of lords virtually rejected the employers' liabil ity bill last evening by inserting a clause which would allow worktngmen to ex empt themselves by contract from the provisions of tbe measure. From tbe first tbe contest concerning the bill has centered upou this so-called "contraOt )pg out" clause. Tbe government will not be able to accept tbe measure with the ameudmont. whlon Is calculated to render tbe whole law futile. Tbe labor members of 'parliament and the loaders of trade unions liavo bound tho cabinet by both publlo and private pledges to withdraw the bill In case the lords should Insert liny provisions for con tracting out, and now tho ministerial promises must bo fulfilled. Tho mul tllatlon .of this essentially popular measure adds to tbe reactionary record against tho lords and means that a bit be r reckoning will be.taade with them at the coming election. As seldom bo fore In recentyears, tho peers have been following, without deviation, tho lines of tor? lulolerauce. All bills sont up from the commous, even those of petty Importance have been treated In this spirit. Thoflrst.ou tho list Is, ofcoureo, tho home'rule bill. The rcjeotlon of It seemed to give tbe peers courage to as sert themselves, and' aver since they bave extinguished In rapid succession the smaller measures, such aa the chapels enfranchisement bill, providing for the purchase of sites on fair terms for chapel buildings, aa well as the bet terment nroDOsals of the London coun ty council, aiming-to obtain from land lords a fair share of profits arising from Improvements. Tho peere seem to think this record of legislation-wrecking will not recoil upon them and to have few fears that the people will tako re venge for this misuse or power lor ino benefit of claes interests. The radicals aud labor members say that the upper bouse Is steering the conservatives straight to defeat. One of tho loudest cries In the next election campaign will be, "Away with the house of lords." ANARCHIST'S CONFESSION. ANARCHISTIC CONSPIRACIES. Tho Mai Who Threw the Dyia mite Borab 1NTUB FRENCH CUAMBBHOF DBPCTIES His Room Found to Uo An Arsenal of Explosives. European Gererneits tt Rid f 'the Refc. . ott SHIPWRECK ON THE LAKES. TwcBtj-tkroo Lives in l)geriK a Storm. , Paris, Dec- 11. Bunday morning the prefect of police was in poasesafon of several police reports which mule It clear that the man lu tbe lintel JJleu with his nose almost blown oQ was a- dangerous anarchist named Vall lant, who was born at Mezleres. Vail lant Is about 35 years of ago. Ho has passed several years in Buenos Ayres. In 1887 ho returned to Franco and married and now has two children. Valllant, however, soon deserted bis wife. Since 1884 ho has been Identified with tho extremist branch of tho social- lata and with tho regular anarohlet crnum. He made himself nromlnent by the Incendiary nature of his speeches and eventually became a member or tbe committee of the revolutionary so cialistic group of tbe eighteenth arron dimmest or Paris. Early n tb day M. Leplne, prefect of pollee, the publlo. nreMoutor and examining tuaglatwte visited the Hotel Dleu and bad a long Interview" with Valllant, rho at flrst nrotested his Innocence, and was quilo Indignant at tho questions put lo him. Finally the jiuhUo prosecutor saiu: 'Your name Is Valllant aud not Mar- ohal, as you claimed when you came to the hospital." Valllant said the bomb ho usod was a little IroM saucepan, which he bought at a bazaar near the Hotel do Vllle, The saucepan, when loaded, contained, he said, a number of nails, which were found nn the floor of the chamber. In- Paths, Dee. 11. The excltemenjt re suiting from throwing a beab 1b the chamber of deputies Saturday has soma- what subsided and peoulu are now looking to tho chamber to enact bmmm- urea to stamp out the reds. It la be lieved tho aet will result ln Joint aetton bv France. England. Bnaln. Italy, and Austria for extradition and severe pun ishment of all proved to Have egageo In anarchistic conspiracies. Steamer in Peril. Wiiavaukeb, Dee. 11. The steamer F, and P. M. of the Fllnf kaml Pera Marquette Hue went ashore la a ter rible casternly gaio and snow storm six miles north of here Jbla morning . Tpe sea are so high that , the surf beat could not be towed to the scene and Ufa uliir nnnaratua Ik halnir taki'll oVerland, The steamer Is In a pwlloua position. There are eighteen paeseqge and a crew of fifteen on board,. Late thle After noon the passenaen on the steamer were urouput asuore. Notice Now York Rakoot ad, On first pane. 12 8J21AW A BALEMiTE.-Through tho Ottawa, Kan., Journal It Is learned that Riv, H. H. Brown, formerly or Unity church, this city, that he Is In that state taking an actlvo hand in the free silver agitation going on there. He Is alto making Bpceohos for tho Populist party, and aotlve aa ever. Oowan Gives Bail. Poutland, Dec. 11. -J. L. Cowan, president of the defunct Linu County xruiinnoi hunk: who was Indicted by tim r-dpral erand Jury, has furnished a thnnp.nrf dollar bail bond. The In UUU .HUI.W- Hinfmpntfiharires Cowan with wlirtlliy and unlawfully abstracting and misap plying a large amount of money, creaiw nd funds of the bank between dates of June first and seventh, 1693. Oreat Machinery Failure. Cmnton, O , Dec U.-O. Auttman & Co., manufacturers of threshers and other farming Implements, have gone into tbe bauds of a receiver. Assets estimated at two million, liabilities one million. 1 -Director. Young Mothers 0rYou?'& RK-WAlTETOINTCiOW BOOK AND M rwniBiw AND t rfc puollslier8 Wf.2.2 Sitetrto wumi. --l-Ti- .,. IJilili. " Mother's Friend' Ptla. Horror nd -Af ur n.lnc one boMlf .M i5iifl- wejknMgj,,, Uosll, Mo. !.D HIOUUATOn CO.. Got Away With Gold. o.fi .niT.i'iiiA. Penn.. Dec 11. H. Cochran, a former wo'gber at the mint, convicted c f robbing tbe government of gold bullion to the amount of $139, 300, was today sentenced lu tho United States district court to seven years and alx months at hard labor In tne peni tentlary.and to pay a fine of $1000. Bank Resumes. Helena, Mont,, Dec. ll.-The Mon Una National bank, which closed last July, re opened this morning. PERTINENT PERSONALS Rev II. V. Rorolnger has resigned the pwiorate of tne Hassolo street Con gregatltnal church at Portland. Gladstone bos recovered and yester- day drove out for nia ueaiui. Deputy United Btate. wars,... Hogue, of AMiiauu, Brfc. . Thompson, of the Anacouda mine, on Williams creek, 20 mile from this city. V ...TA.,nUi.lnv fraudu erit certlfl' cnargo o. ""--.. m. th . - Mii0Viinir iiiiuuiou mw .--- CU.WI.-.-.D"-.- ..llr tti. Rifles, aiso - opium. . n i.nH Williamson and Rich ardson of tho asylum !! of pbyri "an. Urted yesterday a Hero-en tor Kaswrn Oregon wr hi. r- , - German Affairs. Bermn, Dec 10. The week's debate in tbe relchstag has added almost noth ing new to the arguments for oragamst HerrMlquel's financial measures. In Mm rmnnral debate Mtouel bad made a bard stand, Inasmuch as only a decade ago, as burgomaster of Frankfort, he headed a position against taxation oi business on exchonge. There Is a grow ing agltatlou against tho proposed to bacco dutlos, and this Imperils tbe tax atlon program scarcoly loss than tho unpopularity of the proposed wine duties. It Is safo to say tho only tax that will be adopted tniaci is wie bouree tax, yielding 87,000.000 marks yearly, Tbe sum of 60,00O,ow maras is absolutely required to meet the army i.iii nihnr ntiwiiBM will nave vo oo mado up by a modified Increase in tho duties on tobacco and higher priced wines, The coming week will be occu. pledbyBecond and third readings of the commercial treaties, and then Ger man and Russian delegates will resume negotiations with much Improved pros peels of success since it Is seen the relclutag Is likely to adopt the proposed commercial treaty with Russia. Ills now expected tbe end of January may see the treaty arranged. mi. ommtrnr haa congratulated Cath olic Prince Fuerstenburg upon his vote against tbe repeal of the Jesuit law, and a distinct movement w "K''us manifest Itself In evangell04l circles against repeal. The conservative party bas received an earnest request from Breslau appealing to them to protect i. f tha ProtestanU upon the occasion of Ihe third reading of the bill In the xr IcbsUg and owening u, the dangers the cburcb anu iaiu.nuu might be Involved ln by thoreadmls- slon of tbe Jesuus. side the saucepan was a tubo with a compressed center. Iu Iho tube were plcrlo acid Bnd prusslato of soda, these being separated at the point where tho tubo was compressed by a small balloon saturated with sulphurlo acid, which at a given moment would bo consumed by the sulphurlo acid, thus allowing the plcrlo and prusslato to mix and cause an explosion. Tue anarciuit then described a variety of objects whlnh he said would be found In his lodgings at tho Hotel del Union, where he lived under the name of Marchal, He added: "I wished to deal a thoroughly dra matic blow at the Instltutltloaaoflhe country and wished to cause a great sensation. I endeavored to aim the bomb at M. Dupuy. I glory in the act, and I only regret my hand swerved and that tho bomb did not explode near Us mark." After a moment's hesitation tho a pect admitted his Identity and con fessed he had thrown the bomb. When munitioned as to the reasons for at tempting to take the lives of so many people, Valllaut replied defiantly: "But If you are going to search my room, you had better be careful In disturbing things unless you want to be blown to pljes. I ad vise you esspeclally to be careful In handling a box which is run or explo sives, NnNit TCetteii. Tho Glllman coal selling t$8perton atthoBalem Im provement Co. 'a yards, Is the beet fuel In Balem. Catarrh Oo'nnot be Cured with Local Applications, aa tliey can not reach the aeat of the disease. Cat arrh is a blood or constitutional disease, aud lu order to cure It you must take internal rcmldles. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, aud acta directly oa the blood and mocous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine, t ami MMMnriiiAii hv uno of tbe best iliysicansin mis country jur jevi, "uu ion. xv is ixhiii fa n VAoillap nruanrlnt r .I nt iL hmii tnnir known, combined vu w. ..w . - "V .- ' IT Jl with the best blood puriners, ruudk oi rectly on tbe mooous surfaces, 'llw perfect comblhatlon of tho two tngredl enta Is what produces such wonderful results In curlug Catarrh. Bend for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Prope, Toledo, O. Bold by druggists. Prlee7t. to "An old 0 tiiohUk"Mid novor oxceU od. "Triod and proven" is tho verdict of millions. Simmons Liver Rcbo " T 14. -w lator ia tho JLJOtlGf and Kidnoy You can save 40 to 60 per cent on Ijollday goods by buying at the ew York Racket 2td&w Tult's Pllls'cause no nausea or griping. Economize in Pper, . . Ilul In titllldlM Of 100, not Ml. I?r & ;hU Mm at ininirInto the healtliruinesiuiit"' flfieencenwaouiiuif. "-,' "",, I ... Pttia Oregon asylum. pouiiu. tt--tta.2yff00D oSi ovory year, tho value of riilpa S?SrS litaB ronghly AVorael at nhout $100.000,000. PEACE HATH ITS VIOTOl KO LESS KEMUWJIIUJ THAW WAR. atr,.niw i.ntnehed In a fortification which enables us to resist every attack and defy every assault we wage tuocese- ful commercial war upon our compeu ,. Mnt wr with the roarof cannon. but we storm Ihe enemy wiui a nre o low figure and splendid value. Cull and be convinced. HARIHTT & IiAWKKNUJW P. O. QnqeTy store. modicina to wliicU yoit, ' can pta ypar faitU for ours. t A mild laxa tivo, a d purely vg" otablo, ftot ing directly on tb Liver and Kid novs. Trrii. Bold by ail Druggiata in Liquid, or is Powder to bo taken dry or made into ft tt TTfceKl tit" IHaSaSgatbrw mm, Twoau, WJtoa. O' JB9-WVMIT ITAWCMHa-Ba MtkXtMH IsMwwiW Than Pills h u It '' 1 " li. A7t.- iiif.i..ii-., -XiWJuaM. tomitmm&m ui JtAsrfi'5- JX---"H """"""