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EXCLUSIVE TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT.
YOL. XL. NO. IDS.
ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY T, 1893.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS,
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
Continued till old stock is closed out
at cost. New Goods arriving sold at
liberal discount.
W. W. PARKER, Assignee.
May 15th
Dinsmore's Bankrupt Sale
Will Be Over,
And in order to close
out the entire stock we
have cut prices way
below the wholesale
price. Don't miss this
chance. It is the last
call. Come early and
avoid the rush. Yours
Truly, LEE KOHN.
SOCIETY MEETINGS.
Scandinavian Benevolent Society.
KKUL'LAB MEETLNUS OK THIS 80.1IKTV
at their rooms lu Pythian building uc fight
o'clock p. m.. ou the second aud lourtu Tues
day i of each month,
AUO.DANIEL80N Secretary.
Ocean Euoatnpme-.t No. 13, 1. O. O. F
KEOULAH MEETINGS OF OCEAN KN
campment No. 13. 1. 0. 0. F., at the lxlue.
In the Odd Follows Rulldlm;, at seven P. M.,
ou the second aud founb Mondays of each
month, Rojournlug brethren cordially invited.
By order 0. P.
Astoria Building & Loan Association
rilUE RKUULAK MEETINGS OF TUIS AsKO
X elation B-e held at 8 P. M. oa the lint
Wednesday of each moutl). Office on Genevieve
street, south of Chenamus.
W. L. ROBB,
Secretary.
Common Council.
UBtJOXAK MEETINGS, FIRST AND
third Tuesday evening of each mouth
st a o'clock.
Peranns desl, Ing to have matters acted upon
by the Council, at any regular meeting must
present the same to the Auditor and 01rk,
ou or before the Friday evening prior to the
Tuesday ou which the Council holds IK reeular
meeting. K. OSBUKN,
Auditor and Police .Indue.
Hoard of Pilot Commissioners.
mHK REGULAR MEETINGS 0FTHI8B0ARD,
X will be held on the first Mondny, of each
month at 10 a. in. in the rooms of the Atorla
Chamber of Commerce. W. L. ROBB, Sco
JEFF'S RESTAURANT
IS THE
Eon Ton Ton Restaurant in th.3 Town
(And the Finest on the Coast.)
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specialty
The Finest Wines and Liquors.
G. A. STINSON & CO..
BLACKSM J T KING
Ship aud Cannery work, norsesnoelng, Wag
ons made and repaired, (loxl wark ituuianieed
On Cass street, opposite tne 1 (nun taXH om oe
Tha Original and Genulna
(WORCESTERSHIRE)
SAUCE
Imparts the most delicious taste and rest to
EXTRACT
of s LETTER from
B MEDICAL OEM.
TLEMAN tt Mad
ras, to his brother
at WOUCESTEB.
May. 185L
-Tn
LEA ft PERKINS'
that their sauce ia
highly entwined in
India, and is in my
SOCPH,
CRATICSr
Fisn,
nOT & COLD
opuuon, 1-10 jnopx L
WE US II
BAREBIT8, Ac
riotlle, as rrnll ttr- a
u Hie tunt whole-
soire Huoe u
Bude."
Epwaie of Mtetions ;
cee that you get Lea & Perms'
Siaiutore on erery Iwrtls of OriBinal ft Oannlns.
JOUN DIM AN'S HO.VH, tiBW Y'lUK.
Eg
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fe-'ij GAME,
I. W. CASE,
BANKER.
Transacts a General Baneins Business
Drafts drawn available in any par: of the t
9 aud Europe, aud on Hong Kong, China,
Office Hours: 10 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon
I. W. CASE,
INSURANCE AGENT,
REPRESENTING
German-American, New York City, N. Y.
Union Fire and Marine, of New Zealand.
National Fire and Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford,
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Home Mitnal Ins. Co., of San Francisco.
Phoenix, of London. I Imperial, of london.
New York Plate Glass Ins. Co.
ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK
DOES A
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts of Firms and Individuals bollclted
on Favorable Terms.
Interest paid on Time Deposits. Monej
Loaned on Personal security.
Foreign aud Domestic Exchange bought an 1
soiu.
P. K. Warrs. President.
1. E. HIxkIii, Cashier.
J.C Dement, Vice President
l. K. Warren, 1
C. H. Wright, I
John Hohsoa, (Directors
II . C. Thorn pans, 1
Theo liraeker, J
THEASTORIA SAYINGS BANE
Acts as trustee for Torporatlons and Individ
nals Deposits solicited
Interest will be allowed on savings deposit
as follows;
On ordinary savings h xka i per cent pei
annum.
Ou term savings books 6 per cent, per annum
On certificates of deposit:
For thrco month", 4 per cent, per annum.
For six months, b per cent per annnm.
For twelve mouths, 6 per cent per annum.
I. W. CASE .Presldeni
J. Q. A. BOWLBY Vice-PreBident
PRANK PAITON .. . Cashiet
W. E. DEMENT .. Secretary
directors:
I. W. Case, J. Q. A. Bowlby, Gust Holmes.
C. H. Page, Penj. Youn'.', A. 8. Reed.
K.J.Taylor.
THE PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK
tr POBTLAND, OKROOIT.
Paid np capital .t2fi0,"0ti
Surplus and profits . .. (0,iM
r KAKK DEKUM, President.
I). P. THOMPSON, Vice-President
H. C. 8TRATTON. Cashier
U. WYATT
Dealer In
&rd2rs 2nd Ship Ctiandlery.
Prtrw Oil. Bright Varnish. Blnaele Oil. Cot
ton Canva"!, Hi-mp Ball 1 wiw, 'Jird Oil,
Wrought Iron Spike), Galvanizted Cut Nails
Crrooorloa, 33to.
Agrtcultural Imilerr.epts, Swlng Mar
niacbtues, Palms aud Oils.
OPERATION OFJTHE GEM Ul
Three Test Cases Mafle in toe New
Tort Courts,
MONGOLS ORDERED DEPORTED
Appeal Taken to the Supreme Tribunal
The GlilneM Determined to
Defeat tne Law.
Associated Press.
New York, May 6. Lee Goo, a la
borer, and Fongr Yue Ling, a costumer,
voluntarily surrendered themselves this
morning by the advice of eminent law
yers, in order to test the exclusion act.
They were taken Into the United
States district court, where Judge
Brown was sitting prepared to hear
two of the cases. The case of Fong
Yue Ling was brought before the
United States circuit court, Judge La-
combe. The case of Wong Quan was
first called. Ho admitted that he was
a laborer, and a resident of the United
States when the Geary act became a
law, and that he had not applied for a
certificate of residence, nor trouble
himself at all about It, and that he had
no excuse to offer for not doing so.
Judge Brown remanded him to the
custody of. the United States, marshal
to be deported to China. Lee Goe's
case was then called. It differed from
Wang Quan's, In as much aa his law
yers said he was without necessary cer
tificates through "unavoidable causes,"
but was not able to prove that it was
so.
Judge Brown signed the papers for
the expulsion of Lee Goe.
The third case was that of Fong Yue
Sing, a Chinaman who was taken be
fore Judge Lecombe, who ordered the
prisoner deported to China
In all three cases the counsel ap
plied to Judge Lacombe for a writ of
habeas corpus which was denied In ae
cordance with a prearranged plan of
the counsel' on both " sides, and the
counsel then gave, notice of appeal to
the Supreme Court of the United
States.
BUTCHERS OF HUMAN BEINGS.
Incredible Destruction of Men and
Women by Murders.
Dennlson, Tex., May 6. Sensational
developments are coming up In the
Carllsle-Luttrel case at Sherman. It Is
said that Luttrell has divulged Infor
mation concerning the terrible butch
ery of women here last spring that
will probably secure him a reprieve,
or possibly pardon In full. The facts of
his confession can not be had, but It Is
said that James M. Brown, John Car
lisle and their frlenda have killed 248
men In order to kill testimony In the
murder case against them. Every eye
witness was shadowed and killed soon
er or later. All strong circumstantial
witnesses were killed by hired mur
derers, and the officers dared not In
terfere If they valued their lives.
TROUBLE WITH SAILORS.
Los Angeles, May 0 At Redondo,
liuit night, union sailors attempted to
take non-union sailors off the schooner
Halcvon. Captain Price of the Halcyon
became aware of the matter and had a
conflderablebnumber of deputies on
board the vessel armed to the teeth.
The crew were also armed. The union
men appeared 20 strong and demanded
ut non-union men come ashore.
They refused and the union men then
endeavored to beard the vessel and
the craw fired a volley over their
heads. Another attempt called forth
another volley. The union men then de
parted.
THE REDONDO TROUBLE.
Los Angeles, May 6. A report from
Redondo shows that three men were
killed i nthe conflict between union
and non-union sailors last night on the
schooner Halcyon.
POSSIBLE TRACED C AVHUTED.
Memphis, May 6. The duel between
Colonel W. A. Collier, owner of the
Appeal-Avalanche, and D. '.V. Carrick
editor of the Commercial, i!ld not oc
cur as was anticipated, swing to his
detention here this afternoon by offi
cers who suspected his Intentions. Car
rick did not arrive at Holly Springs
until an hour after the appointed time
for the meeting. Colonel Collier and
his party were on board their train,
which was about to pull out for Mem
phis when Carrick arrived on a spe
cial. The sheriff and several deputies
were at the depot and forcing the ar
rest, all returned to Memphis. In all
probability a meeting will be arranged.
MUST OBEY THE LAWS.
Topeka, Kan., May 6. Upon a com
plaint by Mayor Parsons, that
the Missouri, Kanpas and Texas rail
road had removed Its general ofllces.to
St. Louis, Governor Ltewelllng tele
graphed to the president of the road
in New York, calling his attention to
the law of Kansas reiulring all Kan
sas corporations to maintain their gen
eral offices In the state, and warning
him. that, steps would lie taken by the
state to revoke the charter unless the
general offices were moved back to
Kansas.
RESIGNATION OF ROSECRANS.
Washington, May 6. Secretary Car
lisle today received the resignation of
General Rosecrans as register of the
treasury ta take effect iilay 31. In ten
dering his resignation General Rose
crans refers to his impaired physical
condition,' and 'encloses a certificate
from-- a physician which states that
General Rosecrans id unable to under
take the long Journey from California,
to Washington, and does not hold out
any hope that he will be able to do so
in the near future. Secretary Carlisle
accepted the resignation this after
noon In a letter In which he expressed
regret at the general's continued Ill
ness, and hopes that he may soon
rally.
Secretary Carlisle today decided to
appoint a committee of three promi
nent men familiar with the intricacies
of the tariff law and .iustom house
methods, to make a thorough and
complete Investigation of the custom
house appraisers' stores und naval of
fice at the port of New York.
PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS..
k Washington, May 6. The president
toaay appointed Alexander McDonald,
of Virginia, minister to Persia; W. S.
Jones, of Florida, consul general to
Rome; A. S. Jones, of North Carolina,
consul general to Shanghai; Stephen
Bonsel, of Maryland, secretary of le
gation to China.
Postmaster General Blssell appointed
A. W. Machon, of Toledo, assistant
superintendent of the free delivery
system.
J AN INSIGNIFICANT REVOLT,
' New Orleans, May 6. A Times-Democrat
Key West special says the great
revolution In Cuba has simmered down
to thirty men with eleven rifles and
eleven horses, who took up the cry of
"Cuba Libere!"
' A committee of home rulers went
out to them on the 2nd lnst., advising
thrfi -tft surrender, and next day they
came into Holquln and laid down their
arms on conditions offered by the gov
ernment of Spain. The intense uneasi
ness over Cuba can be realized from
the extensive movements made
against thirty men.
TOO FAR APART TO FIGHT.
Portland, May 6. Jack Dempsey Is
not having smooth sailing regarding
his engagements win Smith for the
welterweight championship of the
world. He accepted the Coney Island
Club offer, supposing Smith had signed.
He received a telegram from the Cres
cent City Club of New Orleans, today
stating that Smith had signed with
them for a purse of a thousand dollars
more than Coney Island offers. Demp
sey Is undecided, as he accepted the
other club's offer.
STILL REDUCING RATES.
Chicago, May 6. The Missouri Pa
cific today gave notice that It would
meet the $37 round trip rate an
nounced by the St. Louis und San
Francisco line from Ht Louis to Col
orado points. This opens the door for
another reduction In the rates
through the territory cf the Western
Passenger Asooclation. Strong efforts
are being made all around now to
patch up the difficulties and put back
the rates where they were.
THE REICHSTAG DISSOLVED.
Rerlln, May 6.--The army bill was
rrjected today in the relchstag by a
vote of 210 to 22. The kaiser immedi
ately diesolved the reiohstag. The social-democratic
members displayed the
wildest enthusiasm over the result.
Great confusion and jproar prevails In
Berlin.
PUNISHMENT FITS TIfR CRIME.
Chicago, May 6. Judge Hutchison
today sentenced William Blunt and
Ludine, each but fifteen years cf age,
to forty years In the penitentiary, for
the murder of Albert E. Sckroth last
December. The boys held Eckroth up
late at night, robbed him and then
shot him.
BANK' SUSPIXDKP.
Nashville, May 6. The Capitol City
National Bank of Nashville, chartered
under the state law has gone voluntar
ily into liquidation. The hank's busi
ness and depositors will be paid in full.
The stockholders will receive seventy
cent? on the dollar.
FOREIGN EDITORS FETED. '
Chicago, May 6. The rress Club
tendered a large reception tonight to
the foreign newspaper1 men In the
city and the festivities In honor of the
Duke and Duchess of Veragua were
numerous.
FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
Columbus, O., May 6. Two section
of a freight train on the Dayton and
and Michigan collided at Tadmor early
this morning, killing five persons.
Three wounded have since died.
EIO OF M EXCITING WES
General Belief That toe Trouble Has
Come to an End.
00ALIN3 FIRMS TO RESUME
Tha Absence or Failures and Enounrag
ing News Yesterday Gives a Quieter
Tone ta the Markets.
Associated Press.
New York, May 6. -After one of the
most exciting weeks In the history of
the stock exchange, Wall street today
had a breathing spell. The absence of
failures, reports that the coaling firms
who succumbed to the recent bring
ing in prices will shortly resume, and
the bank statement, all combined to
restore confidence, and led to a ma
terial recovery in prices. The move
ments were by no meaiiB regular, but
there is nothing strange In this when
It Is considered that many firms and
Individuals were disposed to take ad
vantage of rallies In the market to
place their affajrs In an easier condi
tion. Hence, every time a tubstantlal
recovery arrived, a good many long
stocks came out and reactions ensued.
There was comparatively little jexcite
ment .however, and dealings were not
much above the average. Industrial
stocks showed the larJst net gains
today.
STOCKS EXCITEMENT COOLED.
N,etv York, May 6. Speculative ex
citement cooled during the night ant
operators came to the stock exchange
this morning with steadier nerves aftei
sleeping over the matter. Throughout
the first hour business presented
striking contrast with the panicky feel
ing of yesterday. Dealings were largtn
than the average, but much smallei
than for the past two days, with fluctu
ations far less violent.
NEWS OF THE FAIR.
Chicago, May 6. Today was the first
really clear day since the opening ol
the fair, and the White .Mty at Jack
son Park looked more beautiful than
at any period before. About 40,000
people were admitted to the grounds
during the day. The piano and harp
difficulty and the charges against The
odore Thomas continue to be the fthlel
topics of officials of the fu'fr. The spe
cial committee will bjegln work on
Monday morning. Commissioner Lan
non sold should the -charges prov
true, they wil at once call for Thomas'
resignation. In this event it is rumoret
tonight that the position will be of
fered to Watler IDamrosch of Nev.
York.
GOOD DAY FOR THE FAIR. .
Chicago, May 6. Things in general
had a bright and cheerful look at tin
World's Fair this morning when tin
gates opened. The sun was warm and
bright upon beautiful palaces, and th
work of putting on finishing touches
was pushed with redoubled energy.
The bright sunshine had the effect ol
bringing out visitors, and by 10 o'clock
tills morning the gate keepers said
they had admitted" more people than
during all yesterday.
NAVAL OFFICERS AT THE FAIR,
Chicago, May 0. The admirals and
other naval officers who participated
in the naval parade in New York
harbor, arrived this morning and were
conducted through the world's fair
grounds. There was an Indian war
dance at the exposition grounds today
which attracted much attention.
FAIR CLOSED THIS SUNDAY.
Chicago. May 6. The gates of the
World's Fair will be closed tomorrow.
This announcement was made by Pres
ident Hlgglnbothatn this morning. As
to what would be done in future he
declined to say.
RACING IN SAN FRANCISCO.
San Francisco, May 6. The races to
day resulted as follows:
Six and a half furlongs: Broadchurcn
won; Little Tough, xoni; Vanity,
third: time, 1:22 1-2.
The five furlong: Seaside, won; Bor
deaux, second; Alexis, third; time, 1.04-1-4.
Four and one-half furlongs: Elrayo
won; Tigress, second; Little Esperansea
third; time, 55 seconds.
One mile: Revolver won; Joe -Cot
ton, second; Broncho, third; time, 1:43
1-4.
Four and one-half furlongs: Jim K,
second; Jack the Ripper, third; time
56 seconds.
Four and one-half furlonirs: Warra.
yo won; Clarre second; Jim J-ell third;
time, 66.
RACING FOR THE VISITORS.
New York, May 6. This was
great day for the foreign Jack Tars
now in port A series of races were
sailed between different crews. The re
sult was a great victory for Great
Britain, her men winning two out of
three races, and coming In a good
second in the third which was von by
the Russians. Picked crews from all
the foreign tnen-of-war except the Hol
landers, the Van Spcjk, participated,
the Americans being barred, as their
boats were lighter than the foreigners'.
GUNEOAT FLANS READY.
Washington May 6. Designs for the
gunboats authorized by the last con
gress have been completed by the bu
reau of construction. They are to be
about lne hundred and twenty tons
displacement, fitted with triple expan
sion engines, light of draught and In
tended for service on the Asiatic stO
tlon, wher they will be able to ascend
far up the rivers where American In
terests have several times been Jeop
ardized in recent years. The govern
ment was unable to give them proper
protection on account of the great
draugh of our ships.
LEGAL INHUMANITY.
, Portland, May 6. A Chinaman died
on board the steamer Danube last
night. He had been rick wth typhoid
fever ever since the vessel had been.
In port. Further sickness is expected if
the Chinese are confined on ship board
much longer. . Interpreter Rlckards, of
Sun Francisco, arrived this morning to
assist Collector Lotan In his investi
gations. '
HARRIS TO HANG TOMORROW.
. Sing Sing, May 6. Arrangements for
the execution of Cnrlllale W. Harris
are about completed. It Is ;robable the
execution will take place on Monday
morning before 11 o'clock. Harris
passed a very restless night. He
seems to derive pleasure from the
prospects of a visit from his parents
tomorrow.
CAN'T STOP THEM.
Portland, May 6. Collector Lotan to
day landed 108 Chlnose from the
steamer Danube and rejected 15. John
Irving the owner of the Danube, to
day filed a demurrer to the complaint
against the vessel, charging her with
carrying more passengers thaa the law
allows. The case will be heard on
Thursday.
PRESENTED HIS CREDENTIALS.
Pails, May 26. Hon. Jus. B. Eustls,
American ambassador to France, pre
sented his credentials to President
Carnot today.
THE IDEAL HUSBAND.
He Is thus described by it bright
woman who keeps her eye open and
has a reprehensible habit her friends
say of "takln notes :' "A tempetate,
moral, Intellectual, truthful, energetic,
affectionate, thoughtful, forgiving,
Christian man, who ohooses a wife for
her mind and heart rathar thun her
face, and waits until sure he has
found the rlgh t one. Who neither
icolds nor laughs at his wife and
never contradicts her in public. Who
loves home and children, and has cer
tain means for making an honest,
comfortable living. Who is economi
cal, but not stingy, gives his wife a
personal allowance to do with as she
chooses, and unless wealthy, keeps his
life insured in her favor. Who under
stands that women ha.ve nerves, enjoy
pretty things, and are happier for be
ing petted once in a while and some
times oftener." She Is an energetic,
happy, lovable! splnlster, unbounded
faith ln the possibilities of man's
nature under proper conditions, and
says some wives of her acquaintance
have husbands who could easily be
developed Into paragons if properly
"managed."
AN OLD FASHIONED GIRL.
She can peel and boil potatoes, make
a salad of tomatoes, but she doesn't
know a Latin noun from Greek. ,
And so well she cooks a chicken that
your appetite will quicken, but she
cannot tell what's modern from an
tique. She knows how to set a table and
make order out of babel, but sho
doesn't know Euripides from Kant.
Once at making pie I caught her
Jovel an expert must have taught
her but she doesn't know true elo
quence from rant
She has a firm conviction one ought
only to read fiction, and she doesn't
care for science, not a bit.
And the way sh emakes her bonnets
sure is worth a thousan dionncU but
she doesn't yearn for "culture," not a
whit.
She can make her wraps and dresses
till a fellow fast conftweg t)iat that's
not another maiden halt so s veet.
She's Immersed In home comj-letely,
where she keeps n'.l things so nearly,
but from Browning not n line oan the
repeat.
Well, in fact, he'a Jjs; a wniinn,
gentle, lovable and human, and hor
faults she is quit willing to admit.
'Twere foolish to hava tarried, so
we went off and got married, and I
tell you I am mlgnty glad of U.
HE PAID THfl FIDDLER.
Atlanta Constitution: Colonel, I hear
you were a social lion at Washington?"
"Yes, sir! loaned three congressmen
110 apiece and got a chance to pay a
senator's hotel bill."
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