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.J p. in i EILLS FINANCIAL BILL MEASUKE WITH PHILIPPINE TARIFF BILL. DELIBERATELY MUEDERE Mr. Aldrich Claimed a Small Numbei of Senators Had Maliciously Slaugh tered His MeasureQuay Springs Surprise by Offering Statehood Bi[ As an Amendment to Philippine Tariff, But Later Withdraws It. "Washington, March 4.The final defeat of the Aldrich financial bill was witnessed in the senate when it was displaced by the Philippine tariff bill Mr Aldrich explained in detail his bill, and said that a small number of men in the senate had deliberately and with malice aforethought murdei ed it- One of the features of the session was the fact that for the first time in four years Delaware was fully repre sented in the senate Frank Allee and Heisler Ball, elected for the long and short terms respectively, ap peared in the senate and were sworn in by Piesident Pro Tern Frye Be sides the two years that Delaware had been totally unrepresented in the senate there were two years pre vious to that time that there was a vacancy In one of the seats Mr. Ball's term of service will expire two years hence, while Mr Allee has four years The senate for the first time in four years has its full membership of ninety Elkins Makes Charges. In the course of the debates Mr. El kins declared that the Republican party had been false to its solemn pledge in three successive platforms with respect to statehood for Arizona, Oklahoma and New Mexico and he said that it was the first time that party had been guilty of filibustering He declared that upon the Republican majority rested the responsibility for the defeat of seveial important meas ures in the senate The senate at 6 o'clock took a recess until 8 o'clock In the course of the night session Mr Quay sprung a surprise by offer ing as an amendment to the Philip pine tariff bill, the statehood bill, which he later withdrew, remarking "That the circumstance requiring the offering of the amendment had col lapsed The conference reports on naval and general deficiency bills were agreed to. At 1:40 a. the senate agreed to the conference on the naval bill and Mr Hale immediately followed it up with the conference report on the gen eral deficiency bill. The total carried by the naval bill as agreed to is $81,87^91. At 1:52 the senate took a recess -tffltil 10 OVIOTK LONG HOUSE SESSION. Members Grind Away Nearly All Night on Various Bills. Washington, March 4 Tuesday was almost a lepetition of Monday in the house Slowly but surely, through the operation of ceaseless roll calls, the conference I eports to complete the necessary legislation were ground out and when the house at 7 o'clock recessed I'ntil 10 o'clock, only two conference lepoits on appropriation bills were stih undisposed ofthe gen eral deficiency and the naval Th Democratic opposition did not abate and will be continued until congress evruies at noon During the debate on conference i eports members on each side got in political speeches and several time party passion flared up Just befoie the lecess, bedlam broke loose and there was an ex change of high words between two members on the floor A personal Altercation Seemed Imminent in the confusion, but was averted by the intervention of friends The actual business done during the eight houis of the day session consist ed of the adoption of the conference reports on the immigration, public biuldmg and sundry civil bills, the refeience of the president's veto mes sage of a Virginia claim bill to the committee on war claims, the adop tion of a resolution to correct clerical errors in the immigration bill and the passage of a senate bill to authorize the treasurv department to coin souve nir coins of the Thomas Jefferson me morial association After recess a number of bills of minor importance were passed Th conference reports on the naval and general deficiency bills were agreed to, which completed all the appropria tion bills of the session It was 4:05 a m. when the house took a recess until 10 o'clock. TURKS AND REBELS CLASH. Noted Macedonian Leader Escapes to the Hills. Sofia March 4A collision has taken place between Macedonian revo lutionary forces under the famous Boris Sarafoff and a body of Turkish troops near the village of Vladinirovo It is reported that ten of the insur gents were killed or wounded while the loss on the Turkish side was much greater. The revolutionaries succeed ed in escaping tPfhe hills. FATAL MINE EXPLOSION. Two Men Killed and Four Others In jured, Pittsburg, Kan March 4 By an explosion in Mount Carmel coal mine No. 8, two miners were killed and four injured. It is supposed dust ignited from shot-firing. Walter A. Scott Dead. St. Paul, March 4.Walter A. Scott, general manager of the Chicago, Min neapolis and Omaha railroad, and pre ident of the St. Paul Union depot com pany, is dead. Intestinal trouble of a cancerous nature caused his death. GENERAL BOOTH'S FAREWELL. Venerable Salvation Army Leader Leaves the United States. New York, March 4 General Wil liam Booth's farewell to America was marked by the most enthusiastic rally that the Salvation Army has ever held here. It began with a celebration at the Metropolitan Opera House, and at midnight there was a torchlight pro cession through the streets headed by the venerable Salvationist in a car riage The gathering in the opera house was presided over by Justice Charles McLean, in the absence of Senator Hanna, who was unable to leave Washington. In responding to Justice McLean's farewell, General Booth said that since coming here five months ago he had been enthu siastically received everywhere, and that he had found his daughter and son-in-law and the other officers as well as the lank and file of the army doing all in their power to advance the movement which he had started for the people A letter from President Roosevelt and letters and telegrams from other prominent men were read at the mee* mg At the conclusion of the meeting General Booth drove at the head of a procession of 2,000 Salvationists to the army headquarters, where he re viewed the parade. MAYOR AMES' FIGHT. Gives Nine Reasons Why He Should Not Be Extradited. Manchester, N March 4 Coun sel for former Mayor Ames of Minne apolis during the day visited the su perior court to file a petition of ha beas corpus for his client, but as the presiding judge was unable to hear the case an agreement was reached that it shall be heard March 11 The petition calls for the appearance of Mr Ames in court for examination as to his physical condition Tn the petition nine diffprent ques tions aie raised wherein iua petition er is deprived of his hbeity Sheriff Dieger has arrived here from Minneapolis to take Former Mayor Ames back with him on Thurs day, in accordance with the requisi tion papers recently granted by Gov ernor Bacheldor, and was astonished to learn that a writ of habeas corpus had been granted Sheriff Diedger feels confident that he will vet take the former mayor back for trial and will go to Hancock with Sheriff Doane to see the doctor, who he understands, is much improv ed health He is authorized to em ploy counsel in behalf of the state MAJOR GENERAL FOSTER DEAD. Was Personally Commended by Pres ident Lincoln for Bravery. Indianapolis, March 4.Major Gen eral Sanfcrd Foster died during the day after a lingering illness He was quartermaster general of Indiana and by proclamation of the governor in the afternoon his body will lie in state and business will be generally sus pended The legislature will take action General Foster was one of the dis tinguished generals of the Civil war, having risen from the ranks He was personally commended by President Lincoln for bravery in action, being the only general in the war it isc claimed, who received this distinction. To his prompt action at Appomatox is credited much of the favorable re sult BRYAN ISSUES DENIAL. Says He Will Not Lead a Revolt From Democratic Party. Pittsburg, March 4William Brvan, in an interview in the evening, denied that he will lead a revolt from the Democratic party in case the gold Democrats capture the national con vention, as was reported from New York It was said he would bolt the convention and lead an independent movement Mr Bryan said that not only had he not made any such statement, but that the contemplated action was improb able and he did not discuss improba bilities "Never will you find the gold Democrats capturing any Demo cratic convention of national impor tance The very idea of it is absurd WILL DEMAND AN INCREASE. Great Lakes Tug Men Want Advance in Wages of Ten Per Cent. Duluth, Maich 4Members of the Licensed Tugmen's Protective asso ciation declare that a raise of from 10 to 15 per cent in wages will be de manded at the opening of navigation If it is not granted, the Great Lakes towing companies are said to be fear ful of a continuance of the strike which partially paralyzed business during the whole of last season. HEAVY SNOW IN TEXAS. Amarillo Region Isolated for Almost Six Days. Fort Worth, Tex, March 4.The country around Amarillo is covered by nearly two feet of snow and the re gion has been practically shut out from the rest of the world for six days Railway traffic is practically suspended Not a train has moved in a week Two hundred passengers are held there awaiting the breaking of the snow blockade SILVA IS DEAD. Noted Columbian Dies of Pneumonia in Exile. Panama, Colombia, March 4Car los Martinez Silva, an indefatigable champion of the people's rights, died Monday of pneumonia at the Unja, where he had been banished on ac count of articles which he published on returning here from the United States, condemning the Columbian government's war measures Thousand of Cattle Perish. Denver, March 4 Thousands of cat tie are dead or dying on the plains and can be seen from every railway train passing through the range coun try. Trainmen report six to twenty inches of snow to the Kansas line. River Passes Danger Line. Cincinnati, March 4The Ohio river passed the danger line of 50 feet here during the day, registering 50 6 feet at 6 p. Thus far very little damage has been reported. *JT^S TO FIX DATE FOR ARGUMENT? Judges Will Get Together on Federal Securities Case. St Paul, March 4.Clerk Lang of the United States circuit court re ceived a certificate from Attorney General Knox asking that the date for the arguments the federal Northern Securities case be set as soon as pos sible and requesting the clerk to send certified copies of his certificate to the judges of the circuit in order that they may reach an agreement on the date Mr. Knox explains that under an act of congress passed Feb. 11 the suit has preference over other matters. Mr. Lang sent to Judges Henry Caldwell, Walter H. Sanborn, Amos' M. Thayer and Willis Van de Vanter the circuit judges of this district, cop ies of the certificate of the attorney general, and it is expected that the judges will get together soon tofix'a date for the arguments. The suit, ac cording to the new law, must be tried before three of the circuit judges, The setting of the date for the trial rests with Judge Caldwell, the senior judge but he will confer with the oth ers. EIGHT NEW CASES. Two Deaths Also Reported From Ty phoid Fever at Ithaca. Ithaca, N. Y., March 4.Eight new cases of typhoid fever, three suspected cases and two deaths have been re ported in the past twenty-four hours. The deaths were those of Ledra Bag ley and Edward Besmer, citizens of Ithaca. The situation among tht students of Cornell university is very good, there being no new cases. The gen er?l condition of the sixty-five pa tients in Cornell infirmary and its an nexes is very satisfactory, none of the cases being considered critical A canvass of the various colleges of the university shows that less than 100 of the 1,200 absent students have returned to work. A committee of twelve has been ap pointed to draft a bill to be presented to the state legislature for the estab lishment of a waterworks system un der city ownership. IOWA MINE WORKERS. Convention at Des Moines Favors Ad vance in Wages. Des Moines, la, March 4.The an nual convention of District No. 13, United Mine Workers of America, convened during the day with nearly 200 delegates, representing 12,000 miners The only work accomplished was the work of committees The men are demanding 12y2 per cent in crease in wages and the operators are willing to grant only 10 per cent. APPLIES FOR RETIREMENT. Rear Admiral Crowninshield to Leave the Service. Washington, March 4.Rear Ad miral A. S. Crowninshield, command ing the European station, has applied for retirement in accordance with the provisions of the personnel law will be relieved in command of the station by Rear Admiral Charles S. Cotton, at present commandant of the Norfolk navyyard. Thomas Roden, a wealthy La Crosse, Wis, pioneer, is dead The United States Steel corporation will spend $543,961 in extending its ore docks at Duluth and for shop im provements there. Dr. Charles L. Ohr, the oldest past grand master Mason in the world, died at Cumberland, Md., Tuesday at the age of ninety-three. Brouwaert, French minister to Cuba, says there is no truth the report that France is opposing the ratification of the Cuban reciprocity treaty with the United States The Wisconsin state bowling record was broken at Milwaukee when James Hamilton made a score of 290 against D. A. Jones' 268 Jones had the high est individual score at the American bowling congress last week. MARKET QUOTATIONS. Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, March 3.Wheat- May, 76%c July, 73%@73%c. On trackNo. 1 hard, 78%c No. 1 North ern, 77%c, No. 2 Northern, 76%c. Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, March 3.WheatCash, No. 1 hard, 77%c No. 1 Northern, 76y8c *No. 2 Northern, 74%c No. 3 spring, 7i%e. To arriveNo. 1 North em, 77%c May, 77%c July, 77c. Flax-Cash, $1.11%. St. Paul Union Stock Yards. St. Paul, March 3.CattleGood to choice steers, $email@example.com common to fair, $3.50@4 25 good to choice cowa and heifers, $firstname.lastname@example.org veals, $2.60 @5.50. Hogsemail@example.com. Sheep Good to choice, 4.75@5 25 lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Union Stock Yards. Chicago, March 3.Good to prime steers, $5.15@5 75 poor to medium, $email@example.com, stockers and feeders, $2 50@4 75 cows and heifers, $1.40@ 4.60 calves, $firstname.lastname@example.org. HogsMixed and butchers, $6.95g7.30 good to choice heavy, $7.35 7.55 rough heavy, $email@example.com light, $firstname.lastname@example.org. SheepGood to choice, $5.005.85 Western, $email@example.com native lambs. $4,firstname.lastname@example.org, Western, $email@example.com. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, March 3.WheatMay, 77^c July, 73%c Sept., 72%. Corn March, 45%e May, 47%47%o July, 45@45%c Sept., 44%C. Oats March, 33%@33%c May, 85^4 35%c July, 32%@32%c Sept., 29&G. PorkMay, $18.15 July, $17.66 Sept-, $17.15. FlaxCash, Northwestern, $1.17 Southwestern, $1.14 May, $l.l!7. ButterCreameries, 18@27^c dai' nes, 14@24c. Egg?15 15^4c. Poul- tryTurkeys, 15g)18c chickens, 121/2C. PRISreETON UyiOK %HIIRSDA?, MARCH 5, 1903. 1C Explosion Wrecks Stove Plant, Rochester, Pa., March 4.The OlH'eKyr Stove company's plant, a large two story brick structure, was entirely de molished by an explosion of gas, caused by a leak .in the mains. Hex man Goedeker, Sr, an employe, was fatally burned The loss on building and stock was $50,000. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. W. P. CHASE, flanager. in ^Jh* fe fi&^^S^ The Right Side of Paint r+4l The practical painter says, there are two sides to every question, but the man who always uses Patton's SUN-PROOF Paint both inside and outside is on the right side of Stsg the paint question. Patton's Sun-Proof Paints are prepared in the Patton propor tions which produces a paint unlike any other in durability, beauty and covering qualities. It resists the action of heat and cold holds its gloss. Guaranteed to wear for five years. Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice (free) to PATTON PAINT CO., Lake St., Milwaukee, Wis. For sale by FARMERS' EXCHANGE, Princeton, Minn, Foley Bean Lumber Company Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in White Pine Lumber, Lath and Shingles. Also Sash, Doors, Mouldings and a Com. plete Stock of Building Material. Didn't Ffiil tn Attend PRINCETON. Great Spring Auction of Livestock I By E. MAR LIVE STOC CO I 200 Head of Farm and Draft Horses. Also some good trotters and carriage horses. Fresh consignments of Iowa bred horses now arriving for this sale. 5 0 Mules, 500 head young stock, 100 Milch Cows, Angora Goats, Shropshire Sheep, Etc. 25 Full Blooded Galloway Bulls, and 5 0 Full Blooded Stallions. Wagons, Buggies, Sleds, Single and Double Harness, and an endless amount of Farm Utensils, Etc. All to go regardless of cost. Anything to clear out the stock. THIS SALE IS THE SALE of the season, and you don't want to miss it, if you are looking for an opportunity to buy some good horses and live stockgar re Sal MSUii I lii IV JWlCilU. Terms cash or time to suit. WM. HOLLAND, Auctioneer. 6^Mmk^^M^^:^^^^^^^^^^^^^^c^^t^^^^^^^^:''^^ "**&& And the finish will take care of itself. The starter for these win ter days is a nourishing breakfast. Nothing better than our Ralston's Self-Raising Pancake Flour 1 /l per package 1-%C Genuine Canadian Maple Syrup, glass decanters Genuine Canadian Maple Syrup syts gallon cans ijl.j Genuine Canadian Maple Sugar per pound W have a big shipment of this popular coffee to arrive in a few days and propose to more thoroughly ad vertise it by giving away free a $50 Coffee Urn. Watch this advertisement for further particulars or drop in AT Tel K- S. LONG. Princeton, Minn,, Saturday, March 7th, 1903, i 40c 15c Postum Cereal, Caramel Cereal, Graino, Halta-Vitae, Force, Ralston's Health Oats, Hominy Grits, etc. White Star Coffee E- *3 WALKERS,39|lRuraD.lt1 PBOWPT DELIVERY. ABOUT FAC E! on the shoe question. Don't pay $5.00 for $3.50 footwear hereafter. Purchase SHOES for yourself and the family here and the balance will be in your favor. W sell $5 shoes for $3.50. There is really remarkable value in our offerings. Our shoes fit have style and great wearing qualities. to to to to to to HH tf tt Hi to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to of weather. 1 1 5 i ^-0 i 4. 4% 1 Jl 0 N ,v ~^f Jk jf?