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'' .at. ! ill. I "I It-!-'I EXCLUSIVE TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT.; I'RICE, FIVE CENTS, V01,. XLll, NO. 43. ASTORIA, OREGOV WEDNESDAY M OWNING.- FEBRUARY 21, 1894. REDUCTION SALE! On account of removal to 50G and 507 Third St , next to tho Astoria National Bank, on March 1, we shall sell re gardless of cost until removal, ' Men's or Boys' $8 Suits and under, for $5 oo $12 " " $7 50 Si5 " " fiooo i8 " " fuso $25 " " i5oo Boys $2 50 Knee Pants Suits Si 50 ?3 . " " Hoo v 50 " " f2 50 4 " ... -.?3co . J ?5 " " $3 50 $6 " " f4 Men's end Beys' Overcoats, also Pants and Vests at the same reductions. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises Etc. in the same proportion. r-s- m m T TP S. Stone, New Phlladelph'a, Ohio; sew ing machines, 13. H Smith, Now York; threshing machines, John If.' Millard, St. Paul; speed and distance Indicators, ' . I Q. Jesser, Portland, Oro.j revolving fire Daniels Indorses the Hawaiian j arms, Daniel c. wessou ana James h. Eitlard, Sprlngilcld, Muss. jPolicy of Cleveland. OTHER MATTERS IN THE SENATE Boston, Feb, 20. Five thousand un employed made a demonstration on the Common thla aternoon, which threaten- Blantl Unable to Secure a Quorum od a Hot. in an ugly mood they crowd- . ., t4 ea into the state house anu adjoining iu the House to Vote on the , . . . . . .-.,, DEMANDING WORK. A REAL F Seigniorage BUI. ftgA. child buys as cheap as the m st experienced buyer. tOsgood Pehcajitm Go. The One Priee Clothiers, Battel's And Furnishers. 600 Third, Cor. West Ninth St., Opp. Foard & Stokct. ' Whew! How the Box Writing Paper has gone out ol this store the last two weeks! Two or three dozen boxes some days! Yes, more than that. They were the real old-time sales days. It looked as though we wouldn't have enough. Yesterday we got some more. The writing paper trade tide is surely turned this way. All prices too, from the high-priced down to within reach of the very slenderest of purses, QpiFFIN & REED Astoriq, Ore. CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE. , v Fine Wines and Mqaors. I have made arrangements for supplying any brand of wines in quantities to suit at the lowest cash figures. The trade and families supplied. All orders delivered free in Astoria. il W. UTZIfiGEl, Washington, Feb. 20. The session of the senate was devoid of special Inter est. Daniels concluded his "speech on the Hawaiian question, and while sup porting warmly the course that, had been followed by tho administration, declarjd that now there was nothing to do but recognize the new government and wish it God -speed.- After Daniels' speech, the bill for ad ditional Drintlnsr ofllce facilities was taken up and discussed In a desultory manner the remainder of the day. Mr. Voorhees presented a petition signed by 4,000 citizens of Massachusetts In favor of the passage of the new tariff bill, j and Indicating that Buen legislation j would be beneficial to Massachusetts' 1 industries. . 1 Hoa rcalled attention to the faet that ( this petition was really a petition for' protection. In reply to an Inquiry from Hoar as to the names of some' of the.. petitioners, Voorhees said: "I see one petition names John M. Forbes, William Lloyd Garrison, Stetson Endicott and other names familiar In the history of the commonwealth." A resolution Was offered to amend the rules to provide that executive sessions Tho governor addressed them from the sOate house.- He waa received with ap plause, though he made no promises. An attempt was then made by the leader to get a petition before the- legislature, then in session. A largo force of police was called out to guard against -any trouble. . . The leaders tried to get Into the legis lative hall to present their grievances, while the crowd remained outside.- M. ' D. Swift, an anarchist and spokesman of the mob, appeared at the -balcony and announced that the legislature re fused to accept the petition. The crowd broke into yells of derision and con tempt. ' Then Swift launched into a tirade- of abuse of the legislature. His 1 threat to clean out Uho state house re-J eelved shouts of approbation. A large number of policemen soon gathered on I the scene. Swift was forced to stop his "talk and matters quieted down: ! The petition to tho legislature, after I reciting the troubles, asked the state , to commence operations upon the pro posed Cape Cod canal, to establish' the commission mentioned, and to provide for Btate farms and factories. Government Troops Sustain Defeat - in Brazil. . 1 DA GAMA'S WOUNDS BUT SLIGHT Desertion of the Nicthcroy'8 Gun-ncr-The . Destroyer's Engines - Break ;Down. ABUSES IN COLLEGE SPORTS. Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 20. In his an- be held with open doors, except when report President Ellott attacks t..e anuses in cuiiukc anuria, uuu bubscbiu the president Bhall suggest that a mat ter requires secrecy or the committee recommends bhat ft specific matter Bhall be considered behind closed doora. At 1 o'clock the Hawaiian resolution the following, changes: 1. There should be no freshman in tercollegiate matches nor races. 2. No games, Interatlliglate or other, . i j i. . - 1 1 I.,,f was taken up and Daniels resumed his E"oulu " iJlatu " f t, 9. wv,pn h . , lego fieWs belonging to one of the com- cluded, and Vest Immediately called the P"" cMa or ln a cMe town- , , bill to provide additional acconunoda- ' -No professional . studen should tlons for the government printing office. part in any intercollegiate con- it .- dinv.t th. nnr.hef of ft nlnt -W -tests, ... ., - ....... . J -Jl.l.l nrinllni. ! 1-U IILUUeill, EIIUU1U K IMUUra l office, authorizes the payment of $175,- London, Feb. 20. The Times tomor row will publish the following dispatch from Rio Janeiro, February 16, via Mon tevideo, February 20:.... Returns of the fight at.Armacao last week show the total loss of the govern ment forces to have been 650 killed and wounded,, and 60 prisoners taken by the insurgents,. On the Insurgents' side 140 were killed, missing or. wounded. . Ad miral Da Gama Is ln no. danger. He states he has Bufflclent provisions and ammunition for several weeks, and will makB-f every endeavor to maintain ' his prjent position until the; arrival of the southern troops. . The. gunner, of the Nlctheroy's dynamite gun has deserted, and the remainder of the fleet Is still at Bnhla, , The-engines of the Destroyer have broken down, and they , find much difficulty in obtaining crews. The Aqul daban, leaves here Sunday tQ intercept tho Nlctheroy. Advices from Desterro state that a strong position at Iapa, the last foothold of the government In Par ania, ..was taken. Friday, after severe flghtJng, during which many, were killed and wounded on both sides. - The general commanding the government troops was wounded and 600 prisoners taken. De Mello Is now at Desterro,'wlth the Re publics and will probably come north shortly. Yellow Jack Is Increasing greatly. There have been three cases on the Austrian warship, and there are IS cases ln the British hospital. danger from clofe personal contact with the Mongolians. Cases of marriages of teachers and pupils are cited, and a de termined effort to' rescue the ok la dies from possible . peril will nl,"le An entertainment given by 100 China men to the ladles of the church Inst night brought, matters to a fociiB. .... .., TO PROTECT SALMON. Washington, Feb. 20; Several jepM sentftUvcs of the fishing interests from the Pacific! Coast were before the houso committee on merchant marine and fisheries' today to make statements re garding' Uhe bill' Introduced by Her mann, of Oregon, for the protection of salmon and other flBh ln the streams and tide-waters of Alaska. ' The Mil makes it unlawful to' catch fish by any means except tha rod and spear, barring out nets, dams and other devices now ln use. ,.''"" Pain Street, flstofia, Oregon, Str. R. P. ELMORE FN Dill Itsave fop Tillamook Every m Days as Hear as the meathep mill permit. The steamer R. P. Elmore connects with Union Pacific steamers for Portland and through tickets are issued from Portland to 1 illamook Bay points by the Union Pacific Company. Ship freight by Union Pacific Steamers. ELHORE, SANBORN & CO., - Agents, Astoria UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO., Agents, Portland. n pofl AH $80 LOT I. BY BECOMING A MEMBER OF HILL'S LOT CLUBS YOU CAN GET A FIRST CLASS LOT IN HILL'S FIRST ADDITION fO ASTORIA. LOTS WILL BE. DELIVERED WEEKLY. A f NOW IS THE TIME TO PROCURE A J Lot to Build a tf omc' for The Packers of Choice olumbia - River Salmon Their Hrands and L,pcatlon. "OCATu V nnsiu. AORNTS. ! ! ' toria l-JKIimeVp ,.. M.J Khitiey i ! I John A. Ie in ! tnfrla Ast( rln rk'f ,Ko.h A. rt'fC !-:ori. ..J inmon-! j Uotb '-'on -. "'Ck"..- ' ! T ' ' '". " , . ... . VUlil 'Ut"! Ciin.n - - Hmore""iel- In PkK Co -.-!., p.nMcihro Gporj?RB!l!'1:''r " ""! - .. ! ,.... i J A.ur..i l .... K1;ir co : I t I . ' - - - - - jE Irnrn P"hn - (jeoruV & Barker .trl......,-.. I iH-pneuiiiuik.......; t . I li.-p.lun,ii ...... . t t - i O. Tlitth.'rn Co . Vf.rl .r o.nn:h..rn&':o J. O. Ilan'.horn W"r' ! i r - - j,G M.gler&C,......j ,rootflt.W u.. Oeors-jJ. O. Megler 'B.ook.ia n Fuhenni'n'i rkgCe...; iVsto:! UsearrtlnHvifin j I -. ., if fljbermcs il ." litorU 000, and provides for the erection or a sHx-story building. Pending considera tion of the bill, the senate adjourned. IN THE HOUSE. a university team or crew In more than one sport Within the same year." 5. No football should be played until the rules are so amended as to diminish the number and violence of collisions between players, and provide for an enforcement of the rules. C Intercollegiate contests In any one tport should not take place oftener than every other year. FATAL. PRACTICAL JOKE. Cornell Sophomores Generate Chlorine Gas, With Terrlblo Results. Washington, Feb. 20. The house is still deadlocked on the Eland bill. . At the opening this morning the Bergeant-at-arms reported he sent 37 telegrams to absent members and received 15 re plies, five that they are sick and ten that they are on their way to Washing ton. He had arrested Apeley, Gardner, HUlborn, Post, Randall, Lucas and Mar-. Ithaca, N. Y., Feb, 20. As a supple- vln, republicans. Aspley and Post were merit to the regular annual class riot excused when lb was shown they voted between the freshmen and sophomores at the last session. The others brought of Cornell, the sophomores perpetrated before the bar of the house wore ex- a dastardly and dangerous trick by cused, after giving satisfactory expla- generating chlorine ga3 ln a hall where nations, and Bland renewed his siege.4 j the freshmen' were holding a banquet. Roll call followed roll call until A ' Several freshmon: were carried out ln- o'clock, when It being apparent that sensible from the fumes. A corps or Bland could not muster a quorum on physicians was summoned and prompt the proposition, he moved adjournment efforts made to resuscitate the asphyxl- The five members ln custody who had ated Btudents. Some waiters were over not been excused were brought to the powered and. others were almost wild bar of the house. Like school boys they l with palnt' The "hall is in possession of were ordered by the speaker to give ex-1 the police. Miss Jackson, a colored cuses for being absent fron the house i woman, who acted as cook for the Btu without leave. The members crowded dents, died at 12:20 this (Wednesday) about tho area, where the members were morning. Threats of lynching are made. ranged in a row, and enjoyed the situa tion Immensely. . Burrows wanted to know if there was anything ln the or der to the sergeant-at-arms restricting the arrest of members to republicans. The Bpeaker replied good-humoredly there was not. Rising to an alleged SUBSTANTIAL APPRECIATION. Cleveland, Feb. 20. The property which Gov. and Mrs. McICinley convey ed to trustees last summer when the governor was forced to make an assign ment. has been transferred back to parliamentary inquiry, Grosvenor asked thenli Tbls reauU lfl due t0 the,, efforts him whether warrants had been issued . , T . n Koi,Saatk of the Chi for the arrest of those democrats who iCagQ xnter-Ocean; Col, Myron T. Her- refuseu to attend me uemocrauc cau- rf k f c,evelan(l on(J juige Wm. R cus last night. 'I hardly think that Is , Day of Cant0n. When they received a parliamentary Inquiry." replied the the truBt they ieMuii without con- sneaker. Thl was the last Incident growing out of the arrest of the absen tees. The members then laughingly re sumed their seats. After the call of committees for reports, Blmd returned suiting the governor, to raise money with which to meet the governor's obit gatlons. This has been fully done by private subscriptions. Finally the pa pers have been filed In the probate court to the seli;e to which he has been dl- j at Canton, the property deeded back tr rectlng his attention for the pist week. Tie moved that the debate on the seign iorage bill be closed, and upon motion demanded the previous question. Re publicans and eistem democrats re peated their filibustering tactics and succeeded In breaking the quorum. The vote resulted, 1659. within 9 votes of a quorum. On another call a quorum renppearccl. only to disappear again on the next roll call, When the announce ment was made, Bland stated that as Is ws evident a quorum could not be Mcnred tonight he moved an Eljrjurn ment , , r PATENTS EXPIRED. - Warliingtin, Feb. 20. The patents on & hrfr-e number of .Inventions expired by limitntlon todiy. Among the more Im portnnt are the. folluwlntr: Brech-ltad,-ln? fire arms. C. Extebrook, Boston; overstlteh sewing machine, W. A. Pal mater, Johnstown, N. T.; mowers, Wm. Gov. and Mrs. McKijiley and the trus tees discharged. ONCE MORE IN FRESNO. Freeno, Cal., Feb. 20. Sheriffs Scot and Kay end George W)tty arrived hen from Vjsalla with Evans and Morrell They drove up from Vlsalla and had an exciting time eluding the men who went In pursuit with the purpose of lynchlnz Evans, EVANS' SENTENCE. Fref no, Feb. 20. Chris. Evans was to day enf-ncd to life imprisonment ln Folsom penitentiary, and was started or his way under a stronT truird at neon. THE COLD WAVa f'.t. Paul, Feb. 20. The temperature I 11 below ero lu re; oi Duluth, 20 below Moorehead, 22 below; Miles City and Minnedopa," 44 below. WILL DEFER THEIR SESIONS. Olympla, Wash., Feb. 20. The capltol commissioner are all In the city' today, with the exception, of JudgQ Burke. It has been decided to hold no sessions uV tll McReavy's suit Bhall have been dis posed of by the courts. - . . . i i THE TARIFF TlNKERINO. Washington, Feb. 20. There Is good authority for the statement ' that the senate committee on the tariff bill has decided on a small duty on lead ore and coal, and that Iron ore will remain fret as ln the house bill; Sugar 'Stlir hangs In the balance, the prevailing opinion being that as' a compromise a duty of three-quarters of a cent per pound will be reported. PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATIONS. ' Washington, Feb. 20. f ho president has sent the senate the following Chi cago nominal ions: Martin J. Russell, col lector of customs; Frank G. Iluymy ai pralser; DeLos P, Phelps, United States sub-treasurer. . . W."'HV Fisher, poHtmanter at Rose- burg, Ore., and, P. A.. Parlir,. at -Golden-dale,' Wash." Registers bt 'land office BenJ. 'F. Morris, Lewiston," Idaho; Al bert G. Floyd, Walla Walln, Wash. Receivers of public money Milton G. Gage, Boise,. Idaho; Lafayette M Flour by, Spokane, Wash.- PHILADELPHIA'S RETURNS. riilladelphla, Feb. .20. Philadelphia complete gives the ' following vote for congressmun-nt-large:' .Grow -CTti p.), 117,286; James D. Hancock (Dem.), GS. 340; Arthur D. Markley (Dem.), 1,212; Henry F.' Morrow (Pro.i, '706; Victor A. Lotler (Pop.), 205. Crow's plurality l;i the state' is estimated at over 150.0W, the largest evrr received by any candidate. ANOTHER PIONEER ' GONE. S)Kkane, Feb. 20. Major Sewnl Truax died here today. He came to Oregon 41 years ago, and at the outbreak of the civil war became captain of the First Oregon Volunteers. Ho served threo years at Walla. Walla and Papwal. At the close of the war he became Indian agent at Lapwal and thereafter at Walla Walla." In 1882" he became presi dent of the territorial council. He was a 33d degree Mason. JUSTICE WHITE'S FIRST DUTIES. Washington, Feb. -20.-Justice White will be sworn In March 5, that being tin first day of tho. spring term. He will at once be called upon to take part In the consideration of more Important litigation than has greeted a new Jus-. tlce In many years. . . WYNNES' RECORD. Portland, Ore. Fob, 20. Henry Wyn nes, tho miner killed in Jackson county on Friday by AI. Palmer, has' a very sanguinary -record, according to a Jack sonville mine owner who arrived here today. Wynnes enmo to Oregon from California 20 years ago and took up a claim of 500 acres Of mineral land. This was more than the law allowed, but no one dared dislodge him. He worked his claim and Is said tar have cleaned up a large sum of money. Four years ago a young man started to prospect on his land, and ln a few days disappeared. Two more prospectors a little later dis appeared, in the vicinity, In all half a dozen miners who went -to work on claims there were suddenly lost sight of. It is said he murdered his wife In Cali fornia. . ' ' PROPER PRECAUTIONS. Chicago, Feb. 20,-A fear that the young lady teachers who Instruct the Chinamen ln the Sunday, schools will bo injured by association with the Ce lestials has caused serious trouble in the aristocratic, First Presbyterian church. Some gentlemen 'f t-he con gregation hav an "Antl-Chlnese Sun day Society." They claim that because a lady teacher Is assigned to each Chi nese pupH, young teachers are ln great THEIR RELEASE ORPEItED. Washington," Feb. 20. Supt. Stump, of the immigration' bureauacting upon tho recommendation of Immigration Commissioner Rogers, of. Philadelphia, today ordered by telegraph the immedi ate release of four Irish weavers em ployed by Mrs. Ernest Hart In the es tablishment , of ex-Postmaster General Wanamaker, at Philadelphia. DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL. . Lansing, Mich., Feb. 20. The supremo court has decided tho law of 1893, em powering Justices to sentence Inebrtatew to .Institutions for the cure of Orunkon neris, unconstitutional,, as. It would In effect empower unofficial managers of drunk cure Institutes to determine the duration of the punishment Inflicted by the state. STOCKTON INUNDATED. Stockton, Feb. 20. Indications aro that the city of Stockton will be entirely flooded by the middle of the afternoon. Tho great storm has not ended, and a warm : rain is falling and melting- the snow In the mountains and footlilllx. Tho water is reported coming ln wiHlh a rush, and at Holden station,' seven nilk s east of here, It la four feet deep on the railroad track. ... : , j ' GROWS POSSIBLE MAJORITY. .Philadelphia, Feb. 20. Only a light vote Is being polled In the special elec tion for congressman-at-large to mic ceed tho late William Lilly. The repub licans Bay they will be satisfied with a majority of 100,000. Democrats wiy their vote Is coming out, and expect to keep Grw's majority 'down to 73,000. THE INSULT TO MOKTON. Nebraska City. Neb., Feb. 20. The Otis county grand Jury, promptly Inves tigated the hanging in tfllgy of K. eie tary Morton and his son, and found but two persons were Implicated -n. 'p. White and H. A. Booernth, one a con stable and the other a . painter. Both have been indicted, Highest of all in Leavening Tower. -Latest J. S. Gov't, Report. V 1 .