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EXCLUSIVE TELEGRAPH IP PRESS REPORT. VOL. XL. KO. 104. ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY a, 1893. PRICE, FIVE CENTS, Iff iuiiii ii v . a. UH sr iu Jim I M'-ft ' tfto4.rr ASSIGNEE'S SALE Continued till old stock is closed out at cost. New Goods arriving sold at liberal discount. W. W. PARKER, Assignee. EVERYTHING at HEBMAN WISE'S, The Reliable Clothie" and Hatter, A Card to the Public. My attention was this evening called to the following Item In tlte Budget: It will be a good thing for the town when: the old bankrupt stock of Dins moro is gotten rid of, and the whole out fit leaves town. It has been no got d from the start. It Is about time the people shut down on these outside penny-catch concerns. In reply to the above, I wish to state, that I object, most emphatically, to any blackmailing scheme. Regarding ad vertising as a business proposition, I shall advertise only where I know It will bring good results. Mr. Dunbar kept quiet from February 22d until March 22d, during which period I ad vertised in his paper. On the latter date I discontinued my advertisment, having found that the Budget was de ficient in circulation, and consequently useless 83 an advertising medium. Since then I have repeatedly refused the solicitations of his agents for patronage, and thinking to coerce me he now tries the blackmailing method. The following shows for itself: Astoria, March, 1893. M. Dlnsmore Bankrupt Sale; To the Astoria Budget, Dr. to adver tising from February 22d, to March 22d, $21. Received payment, Astoria Budget, per L. E. S. The. bargains given at. the Dlnsmore bankrupt sale spaak for themselves, and no blackmailing newspaper idiots need apply for advertising patronacre. LEE KOHN. ThaOiipiai and Gen (WORCESTERSHIRE) Ifllllll SAUCE Impart tha moat deMoua arte and rest V EXTRACT of a LETT KB from a. UED1C1L GEN TLEMAN at Msd na, in liia brother at WOHCESTEIl, Mar, 1KL "Ten that their aanra it hlrhJr esteemed in Inula, and la in my opinion, tha xnort palatnbla, aa well aa l tie kicvt wbokj. antre etuce that if Bieile." 1 SOUPS G HA VI EH, FISH, HOT fc COLD MEAT'S, GAME, WELSH. RiHEBITS, THE MODEL GHCP & OYcTEl H: USE Which ha been c r d for a month, bat beeu eiilaiged and refitted, Hud will bo Open to tbe Public oa Saturday .Fie Trfrp rxte'ul r c rs' Invl ntlon to tlir public tocuineabd get asiiiii'.remenl. THRONGED WITH SIGHTSEERS The Great Show Recemni Its In Touches, IMMENSITY OF TEE The greatest damage la along the smaller Hvers of Ohio. The Miami Is higher than, since 1884. Along the Lit tle Miami thousands of acres of planted ground are submerged. RATES STILL OOIING DOWN. Denver, May 2. The Denver and Rio Grande have today further reduced round trip tickets to Chicago to $30. WORE Other roads have met the cut, and it is understood yiat a rate ot $20 to Chi cago wilt be made this afternoon. Much Tims Required to Get Even an I Idea of the Architectural Splen-'-dora Alone, TEMPERANCE PEOPLE DISAGREE. London, May 2. Lady Biddulph, lead er of tjie British Woman's Temperance Association, states that Mrs. J. Ellen FostefHhe noted American temperance advocsai will not be allowed to speak In th&yeonventlon. .HB CUBAN REVOLUTION. Madrid May 2. Newspapers advise urgent: tuition to put down the revolu tion In. tuba. The sentiment demands that t&C;'last remnant of the Spanish colonial Empire In America be kept at CGLUriSSIA TRAHS'ER CO., WILLIAM WILSON, Prop. FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE General Rxrress and Delivery BulneM. laieo 116 oiner atrt Htnhlea foot of West Nli.tb at, Aatoria. Telfplioue fio. it. Beware of Missions: 1 1 in i i ii i it r fi imti n ' ee3 that you get Lea & Peixina1 Bignato on every bottle of Oririnal t Gnralna, iOHM HMA.VS HUSH, HUW Y'UtXL. raUEFSHDEST BOAT FSE PORTLANB Will lerre Asioria f.-.r Portland, (Fish f's )ck) on TiiecilayR, WedDesdayt Ilmrsduys, Fridavs and Saturdays :W a. m., anJ Saiiday at 6:00 p. tn. Associated Press. Chicago, May 2. Work on the unfln. lshed portions of the World's Fair was resumed this morning, and thousands of men were soon busy putting the finishing touches on the great show, while other thousands were at work putting exhibits In place. In the midst m il m l L . llJ throucrh the Grounds, mostly enraged any In getting an Idea of the architectural rHB LEATHER TRUST, splendors, which so far as outward ap- n6W York, May 2. The organization pearanoes go, are complete. This alone 0f the great leather trust is about com is more than can be accomplished In Dieted. The company will be capital a single day. The immensity of thejized at 1130,000,000. The officers of the work, appeared great to the spectators trusUare not known. as they moved from Doint to nolnt and found the vast amount of exertion DECIDES AGAINST COMBINATIONS nnpposarv merelv to walk around the Br,.t,,r, Th mPr Birht of Judge White, of the Criminal Court them does not afford a fair gauge of J" Wtttbw. Pa,, has defined the re- the size, because all are so large that lat'f8 f f Pl labr ta alengtny v, .i, A,ma.rt i i opinion. In an address of over an tn fmih tBnaara nf mBfli,,.. hu fcve combinations of both la. ment. CARGO OF MONOGLIANS. Vancouver, B. C, May 2. The Can dlan Pacific Railway steamer Empress of China arrived at 6:10 this morning from Hong Kong and Yokohama. She left Hong Kong April 12th and Yoko hama April 21st, reaching Victoria at 4 p. m., yesterday. She brings 112 sa loon passengers, 211 Japanese, and 886 ' Chinese, most of whom are for Port land and Havana. She has forty sacks of mall. She had moderate winds bor :and capital probably - the . hottest roast they ever received In a court of Justice. His scathing rebukes " were about equally divided between the two sorts of combinations. He closed by saying: Any organization or combination of two or more persons to force up or to force down wages and coerce unwilling laborers to comply with the rules and regulations adopted to accomplish the proposed end Is unlawful. Any organ' izatlon of two or more persons to tb tain a monopoly of any trade or bus. lness by refusing to deal with persons MEETING OE THE CITY COUNCIL & Short Eat Easiness Like Session Held Last Eyeninc GOOD VOBK ACCOM PUSHED Street Aaaeiaira Appointed Road to Young's Bay to Be PUnVed-Other Important Malterl. throughout, and but for hazy weather 1 of the organlzatlon cr near the coast ' would' have' made re. markably fast time. LOOKS LIKE CROOKEDNESS. Sioux City, May 2. The assignee, E. H. Hubbard, of the Union Loan and Trust Company, has made a statement which has created a sensation here. When the company failed their liabil ities were placed at about $750,000, With the assets twice that amount. It is proved from the assignee's statement, that the liabilities are immensely great er, amounting to about $6,000,000. The paper has been sold all over the coun try, and is held mainly by the banks. MISSOURI FLOODS. combination, preventing other persons from dealing with them and by other means attempting to crush out all com. petition 1b unlawful. Every laborer has a right to ask and demand what ever wages he pleases, and to refuse to work unless he receives such wages, but he has no right to interfere with other laborers or to unite In a move ment to compel them to yield to the wishes of others. Every employer has a right to fix what price he will pay to his employes and to refuse to pay more, but he has no right to Interfere with those who are willing to pay more, or to combine with others for the purpose of coercing unwilling employes to unite with them. To constitute conspiracy thre must be a mutual agreement or understanding, a concert St Louis, May 2. Advices from Southern Missouri and Northeastern Arkansas are to the effect that the third flood of this year in the White ed acUon tor the accomplishment of a and Black Rivers is pouring down and common purpose. Two or three or a doing great damages to all kinds of dozen or more Persons acting inde property. People are obliged to aban- Pendently of each other without a mu- don their homes. Bottom lands of lual unaersianaing or concenea action both the White and Black rivers are would not constitute a conspiracy. If flooded for scores of miles. All crops they were acting Illegally or for a are either damaeed or whollv des- " l""- wuu.u ue wrong troyed. ' EUROPEAN IMMIGRANTS COMING. doers, but not conspirators. EARL OF CRAVEN'S WEDDING. New York, May 2. There is a big rush of Immigrants to this country, several thousand being now on the The wedding had been advertised as systematically as ever a prize light was. So much "swager" could hardly ocean, headed for this port. The rea- be looked for on any one occasion again son for the rush now is that the lmmi- for a long time to come. Invitations gratlon laws go into effect tomorrow, of silver! The finest carriages In New Ten thousand Italians left Marseilles York I An earl fo ra groom! The rich on eleven steamships which have Just est woman In America for a bride! sailed from that port. There the 1,300 McAllister leading bis flock, all In their finery: heavens, what wonder that peo ple who have not had enough to eat for months, came to look at these other vagrants, whose vagrancy is termed leisure! No wonder at all! What else 1500 men, unusually well armed. AN AGED SUICIDE. more bound from Bremen, and migra tion from other ports is equally large. INSURGENTS WELL ARMED. New York, May 2. The Herald's Key West correspondent gives further ad- could have been expected? People who vices regarding the Cuban revolution, make marriage a show, must expect It Is said to be due to dissatisfaction spectators. The mob has no desire to over the election of representatives to interfere with the nuptials of people the Spanish court in March, ana ex- wh0 keeD thelr wedding sacred, as they ceesive taxation. Tne lorce or me in- should be. But when a wedding is ad- SUlTeCtloniStS April iS amouniea tO vrtlei1 It la ant a Aram Omnha TIm. The earl o'f Craven, who was married to Miss 3r!f.ley-Martln in New York last week, were at the wedding trous ers turn sd up fit the bottom. One of the us!ifT. wors a pink shirt, and the bride wore a "soiled gown." The groom had ht ucusers turned up because his shots had bfen newly varnished. The bride wore a soiled gown because if It had not been worn before, duty would have to be paid on it, and the usher were a pin'' shirt because he is a dude. Who n 111 how say that fashions are not . without reaon ? Utlca Ob server. The carl of ("raven, who was mar ried to n York &irl with great Vienna, May 2. Baron Richard Po- eske, president of the extensively cir culated tourist Journal, Fremdenblatt, suicided today by Jumping from a 4th story window. He was 80 years old and feared the loss of his eyesight. BERING SEA BUSINESS. Paris, May 2. The Bering Sea tri bunal of arbitration resumed its ses sion today. J. C. Carter, counsel for the United States, continued his argu ment. ' THE WHEELMEN BEHIND TIME. Utlca, N. Y. May 2. The relay bicy- eclut llii tlirr daj, Ii a pattern for the dudes cf Aitw rlcH He and his brother l-rihunt .ever their wardrobes from Kitrl.-ui'l In (if.lr.ren trunks and twelve hat toy.'s. An American girl who could get eutli n Li;-! it.d by putting a mll- cle riders from Boston to Chicago, reached here at noon, six hours behind the schedule. THE DANGER PAST. Cincinnati, May 2. The heavy rains llo.i or 1 f lie' daddy's dollars Into have ceased, and cooler weather pre- tin riiiiire. we should say, gets a vails. The danger of a disastrous flood bargain, lie would be cheap at half in the Ohio river Is not now Imminent thu ftUt.Ln Angeles Times. The usual meeting of the city council was held last evening, Mr. J. W. Welch in the chair in the absence of Mayor Crosby. There were also present Langworthy, Bergman, O'Hara, Lewis and Thomson. After the reading and adoption of the minutes of the previous meeting, a liquor license was granted to Messrs Grimm & Blederman, of Main Btreet. A petition of Eighth-street property holders, asking for a change of grade at Eighth street at the intersection of Cass was referred to the street com. mlttee. Owners of property adjacent to Polk and Eighth street petitioned to have the grade changed at the Intersection o'f the streets named. Granted. A communication was received from Postmaster Hare calling attention to the manner in which the streets are named, and recommending that no change be made in particular Instances at present, but that arrangements be made to rename all the streets, making such changes as may seem necessary Referred to the street committee. Property owners on Lafayette street at Its intersection with Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh streets petition for change In the grades at different points along Lafayette street. The petition was referred to the street committee. The report of the street committee on the petition to change the name of Third street In Adalr Astoria to Elm Street, was adopted..' Tjig . committee recommended that r the . petition be granted. ? , , , The superintendent of streets recom mended that Cass street from Chena- mus to Court street be Improved. The street committee recommended that an ordinance be drawn accord tngly, and the report was adopted. The wharves and water frontagt committee recommended that the peti tion of George & Barker for permls slon to build a wharf in front of lot 4, block 95, In Adair's Astoria, be granted, and the report was adopted. The city surveyor reported work fot the month, and the report was referred to the street committee. The street committee reported thai the pay roll for road work during April was correct. Report adopted. The police report on electric lightt during the month of April was re ferred to the auditor to make proper reductions. The street pay roll for the month bt April was referred to the street com mlttee. The other pay rolls of city officers for April were ordered paid. City Attorney Hamilton reported ad. versly on the claim of Martin Olsen He offered the opinion that Olsen was entitled to such sum as would be paid to the sheriff under similar clrcum stances. . The report of the city surveyor on the grade of Fourth street, was or dered placed on file. Ordinances were read a first and sec ond time as follows: Changing the name of Third street in Alderbrook to Elm street. Declaring the determination of the council to improve Cass street, from the north side of Court street to a point 100 north o'f the northern boundary of Chenamus street, except at the corner of Third street. Subsequently the ordi nance was referred back to the Btreet committee. Changing and re-establishing the grade at the crossing at the intersec tion of Polk and Eighth street. . This ordinance was also referred back to the street committee. Ordinances were read a third time and passed as follows: Improving Wall street from the west ern boundary of Shlvely's Astoria to the western boundary of West Sixth street. Providing for the planking of 2000 feet of the county road from the Hill side cemetery to Young's Bay, Appropriating the sum of $200 out of the general fund for the benefit of the Police Telegraph Company. Appropriating the sum of $42.50 for the payment of the road pay roll for April. Changing and re-establishing the grade of the crossing of Astor and Ben ton streets. A resolution offered by Mr. Welch, for the Immediate Improvement of Chena mus street, from Main street to West Ninth was adopted. A resolution was also adopted In structing the street committee to advertise for bids for 100,000 feet of lumber for street purposes. The following bills were" ordered paid: Budget, 13.85; same. $7.70; J. S. Del linger, $10; Mary Fassett, $4. A number of claims were referred to appropriate committees. The matter of appointing street as sessors was next taken up, and resulted in the appointment o'f Mr. J. H. Man sell, and Mr. W. B. Adair. Councilman Bergman moved that the council refer the question of the title to a certain lot on West Eighth Btreet to the street committee and city attor ney, to report at the next meeting, af ter which the council adjourned. ' George Buchter and William Lynch were arrested last night on a charge of vagrancy, which was afterward changed to one of larceny, when Lynch, who was first arrested had been ex amined. Lynch, who Is a would-be fighter, was ordered to leave town by Officer Seafeldt on Saturday night, and last evening when the Telephone left he was still here. He stated that he expected to get work, and with that un derstanding the officer allowed him to remain until last evening. On being taken to the city Jail and searched, a large bottle of cologne, a razor and a tooth brush were found on his person, and the officer at once set out to find tha owner of the property. It was learned that the articles had been stol en from the store of Dr. Strlckler. Having seen Lynch and Buchter to gether earlier In the day, the officer went after the latter, and found him In the lower part of town. He did not at once arrest him, but shadowed him un til he saw him enter a room In the lodging house over the Portland Butch ering company at the corner of Benton and Second streets. Buchter soon af ter went out again, when Officer Sea feldt, who had secured the assistance of Dell Moore, took steps to get into the room. Ne key could be iound, so. a pane' of glass was taken out of the window and the deputy sheriff pushed through. The room was then opened and in a valice was found a package containing a number of other articles similar to those found on Lynch. When confronted with the evidence of his guilt, buchter admitted that the goods had been In his possession. He was 4 removed to the county Jail, In order that he would not have an opportunity of conversing with his fellow culprit. WANTED' TO BE AN ACTOR. "I onto thought I could be an actor," says James Whltcomb Riley, "but I found they wouldn't let me. Whenever I saw a chance to do ome good acting, something that would be natural, that autocrat, the stage manager, would yell out, 'Here, that ain't the way to do that. Now you come in here, at this entrance, and you stand here, and you do this this way, and you do that that way.' Well, I was always in hot water at rehearcels, and, of course couldn't do any good acting in the piece. My heart wasn't in It. It was all on a false bacls, don't you see. Yhy, I used to say to him, 'No man ever said that thing the way you want me to say It. Taln't natural, Hain't truthful, an' It will not go. 'No matter," says he, No matter,' says he, 'you do It the way tell you.. I've got to look out for the proper effect.' 'Well, I Boon saw they wa'n't going to let me be an actor. I . was discouraged." The Western Union wires went down last evening, . and In consequence The Astorlan can give only a portion of its telegraphic report this morning. LADIES' TEA Is a pleasant drink, which will be borne by the stomach without nau sea or griping. It acta thoroughly on he liver, kidneys and reproductive or gans. A gentle physic, effiolent diu retic, and is most useful in scant or painful menstruation. It aids diges- ion and reduces corpulency; clears the omplexlon, rendering it fair, and re tori ng the natural tone of the skin. for it removes the bile, which by ac cumulation, produces the sallow, mud- ly complexion, peculiar to the con stipated. Sold by all druggists. - MORTGAGEE'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given, that the un designed has taken possession of tha stock of goods formerly belonging to feter iamar, for breach of the condi tions of a certain mortgage giwn bv said Peter Lamar to the undersigned, and that I will sell the said goods at cost to satisfy said mortgage and costs and expenses. . WILLIAM ANDERSON. April 24th, 1893. C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE. The regular meeting of the Columbia River Protective Union will be held at Liberty Hall, Saturday, May 6, 1893, at 7:30 p. m. sharp. Business of im portance to be transacted. Members in good standing are requested to be present and have their book or receipt along. SOFUS JENSEN. Secretary. A LEADER. Since Its flret introduction. Electric Bit ters has rlned rapidly In popular favor, until now It I clearly in the lead among pure medicinal tonlee and ltratlve containing nothing which permit lt uee as a beverage or Intoxicant, It la recog nized the beet and pureet medicine tor all ailments of Stomach, Liver or Kld neye. It will cure Hick Heartache. Indl-e-Antlon, Conatlpatlnn, end drive Malaria from the eyatem. Satisfaction guaranteed with each bottle of the money will be re funded. Price only DO c. per bottle. Sold by Cbss. Rogers. , .