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Astoria Public Library Astoria Or ' EXCLUSIVE TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT. VOL. XLIV. NO. 9. ASTORIA. OREGON, MOKN1NG, JANUARY 11, 1895. PiUCE, FIVE CENTS All on Account of the Tariff HE Bf S. A. Keen, of Chicago, Highest on the Bonds. THE CONSTRUCTION PROPOSALS Is the cause of the great r auction we nave made in Clothing of all kinds now on hand to make room for new goods for the spring and sum merof 1895. Price our lines of Men's and Boys' Suits, OverCOatS, Mack- They Will Be TuorouWjuly Gon mtOSheS, etc., before buy- Over Today-Less than ing elsewhere and you will $150,000 Will Get It save from 1G j to 33 per cent, and $1.50 to $5.00 saved on a Suitor Overcoat is quite an item to save in times of econ omy. "he -Osgood pipfiTM go. The One Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers 506 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OR. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per oent OFF. J. We Wish You R Happy Hew Year And will start the bankrolling by giving you a discount of 20 per cent, for 10 dags op all mis-' cellaneous books in, our stem. ....... - . , Pacific Coast Almanacs and Tide-tables. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per oent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. 20 per cent OFF. The Packers of Choice Columbia River Salmon Their Brands and Locations. KK. LOCATION. BHAND. AOKKTS. At Astoria Nt g Co.. Astoria itffr"' M. J. Kinney Aitorla. (.John A. Devlin. Booth A.Pk'gCo Astoria SKi!! 4. Booth ft Son. Chic o ColuaibiaiTerPkCo Atori... Cocktil Cnttlnr PkgCo Ska Franclit0 Klmore Samuel Astoria... I VtgnoWu Elmore, Banborn ..,.. 1 White Star... Co ,.,., , , Aitoru Ssorge Marker A.torU. jlSSSSJSCz " Barter A.tori. ' MeglerftCo jBrookflela Ug.St George- J.6. Megler Brookfleld Wd tiheraeo'l tkg Co- Aitorii J cr dwiin" FUhennen's AitorU j I Fishermen' All was excitement around the water commission's office yesterdtay afternoon as the hour 2 o'clock drew near, when bids far (he conatructfiion of the water works system, and IbidB for $200,000 worth of bonds for IJhe payment of the same, were Ito toe iroad. A number of people congregated In the council! cliam ber where it was announced that the reading wound Hake place, but they were Boon notified Itlhat the eomtmisslon had decided to hold thelr meeting la Fisher's Hall, the council chamber be ing too small ito accommodate 'the teucgt crowd of contractors and others wno wished to be present. The imieeltlng waa dolled to order at 2:30 by Chairman Parker, who, In a few iwordB, stated the object of the session. . The audience tad the appear ance of a public mlass imeeftlng, for the dhlaira were all Ailed, and many people stood on the floor tn the Tear of the hall. A nwntton from Mr. Dement that She bond bids be read first, waa carried and the house bedaime quiet as Clerk Vain Dttsen arose 'and addressed the audience. He stated tWat he had re ceived a letter from S. A. Keen, of Chi cago, a few days ago, and not noticing that It con'Caiined a 'bid on he bonds, had opened itt. No one, except him self knew of Jta contents, of which fact he was willing to take oai'.h. No one made amy objections to the bid going in, so t wlas read first, umd the list was gone itlhroush wi'Ph, as follows: a. A. Keen, Chicago, 100 1-4 cents and accrued Interest. . . W.. J. Hays ,& Son, , Clevejand, par, less a oommilsslon of $9,512. ' Keymour, Barto & Oo., 95 cents and acomied Interest. Dltz, Dennteon & Pryor, 103 cents if bonds draw 6 per cent. i ThelbUdB were referred to ithie commls. slon es a cammliiOtoe of the whole, to examine. Commissioner Wright proposed that the commission-' settle the bond bids first, before alfflilrpfW1l n con- strudtlon, but a protest came from &ev eruJ oontradtors, who thought that It was only fair to ifhose who had in bids Ohlait they be emmlned without delay. so that those who were not in It could drop out of line and go home. The oomintasion sustained this view and the big stack of envelopes were placed in position to be opened. There were 29 in all by the follwtlng partita: Paiueit & Kl'lver, Scow Bay Foundry, Banflel'd & Riand, Huber & Rllbleit, Sa lam ImproveimeWt Oo., Burkmer & RJffn, Corey Bros. & Co., Simon Normlle, The Rilsdon Iron and L. Works, Wakefield & JacobBen, Hoffman & Bates, The Ba ker Engineering Oo., Porter Bros., John EX Howard & Co., Wolf & Z wicker Iron Works, Perry HSnkle, McKenzle & GUnn, Jas. C. Spun & Co., Amertcam B. & C. Co., Patilflo Paving Co., D. C. Hen- ny, S. W. Aldrtcto, Bays, Jeffrey & Co., and EHig'iin Bros. The first bids opened weri fcr ce ment alone, there being two proposals on furrtliShjlng 2,325 barrels. Taylor, Young & Co., bid $2.45 per barrel, and Balfour, Guthrie & Co., through Agent P. I Cherry, $2.40 per barrel. Elds for laying of rilpe line were re ceived from John Foley and James Cu- slok, but as ithey were not accompanied by a certified check, they were not con sidered. CMas. EwlngWd on the construction of the 'tunnel complete, $6,042.50. It was late before Che reading of the proposals was finished, and the settle ment as Ito who 4s the lowest bidder Was deferred until today, when the , different bids will agalm be gone' over carefully. As the matter stands ait the present tame, the Pacific Paving Co., of Portland, baa Ohe Jowest bid, their severing the head from the body. was evident from the .posttkm of the body ithat Ohe deed was done with sui oWUI inltent. There was nothing on th body which would lead to its idantiflca. Uon. ALTGELD'S MESSAGE. A Homily on American Institutions and Their Dangers. Springfield, 111., Jan. 10. The biennial message of Governor AHgelld was ie- livened to the 39th assembly of Illinois today, and Is a lengthy document ot nearly 20,000 words. Governor Alsigeld speaks In terms of the highest commendation of the work of the Illinois NUtlonfcil Guard during the troubles of the past year. Taking up (the question of the great etrtkes, he revkws many of the reports which havie been mode and says the placing of United States troops on duty In Chi cago under the comki'tlons that exlaSed presents a question of far reaching 1m pjrroanee. Tne old doctrine of state rights, says the governor, is In no way involved. Nobody for a momemt ques tions the supremacy of She Union. A great civil war Battled that, and we should not have anarchy. If the preS' Iderat oan at t1a pleasure In the first InSJance send troops into our city, or any town or hamlet under the pretense of enforcing some tow, his Judgment being lve sole criterion, there can be no difference whatever In this respect between the powers of .the president and 'those of mpeiror Williaim or the Czar of Russia. The government ln- JuinciUons aire dwelt upon very severely by the governor, who says the usurpa. t'ion of power on the .part of the fed eral! judliclairy bias assumed a form whiere It Is destroying the- very foun- sltitons of iPjjuMUcan govemirmwt. These Injuivolllona, he eaJd, are a very great coiivenlenoe to corporations, when ithey oan he had for the asking by a cor- poraitlon lawyer, and these were the prooeeees of court to enforce whloh the preaWenlt sent federal ItWops to Chica go. If itfhese conditions are continued. the fate of American laborers Is sealed, JAPAN IS HUMILIATED Goaded to Shame by the Port Arthur Affair. COREA'S KING RtPORTED DEAD The Rumor Not Confirmed at Wash ington-The Overdue Glen-dinoiwip. Associated Press. Toklo, Ieoeimber 25, per steamer Ta- cdmla. to Victoria, Jan. 10. The eJbsorb- ing subject of dldoud&ion in Japan Is the disclosure of the Port Arthur scandals. A very deep feeling baa been excited In all classes by the manner In which the excesses of Ithe Japanese troops were first mlade pulUo In this ooutVtry, and the feeling promises to grow stronger when the cdrcumritances aire more wide ly understood. The aotuad occurrence at Port Artthiur are profoundly laimemt ed. It to ladlmltited thuit iChe good name of the country has been dLsgraoed, and the knowledge thialt ithe blow was self unnoted makes (it none the easier to bear. Foreigners In Japan have united to set forth the dllsltneisalng ifadts in the worst aapoct In view of the boisterous exultaitlon of the Japanese, ithey haive been Itfaiunlted With Halse pretonses of olvlHsiaitlon, and Tetturn to barbarism. until popular Indignation Hilas been allmoalt to the Mmit of endurance. NEW CURRENCY BILL PROBABLE Springer Sasys It Will ndt Be for Free Silver. WasMnsrton, JUn. 10. Springer, who was in charge of 'the Carliale currency bill In the house, spent some time this nwrntng with President Cleveland, .and Secretary Oauiiale. " When Springe rt'adhed the house laiter he would not go Into ddJalla of the private conversa ition with the president and secretary further Ithian to say that there would be no aibata-Trent in the effort to secure ourrency legialation. It wUs acoepted by the members as not only voicing Springer's views, but as definitely de- teirirtlnUng Ithat the Bdimlnilstraltlon will S3 ahidaid with ithe policy it has under- itiaken. Spriinger says the presant bill will toe Bhlaped to meet the objections and oaminr'and Buj)port, "but," added Springer, "no concession will go to the extent of silver coinage at the rate of 16 to 1." A NEW CURRENCY BILL. Washington, Jan. 10. Senators Mor rill, Sherman, Allison aind Aldrloh, Re publican members of the finance com mittee, had a conference Itoday for the purpose of deciding upon a line of pol icy In dase there be an effort to take. up iSie currency question in the senate. They agreed tbait a definite and finiaJl conclusion could not be reached until some new measures had been brought to thcttr alliteration, by the Democratic nwinfbers of ilhe committee. Th.ay will nut suggest a bCH hemselves, nor sug. j?ot anjifhing looking to the perfec tion of ia bill. The conversation developed the fact thiat the Republicans do not consider the Wdasury situation so critical as some of the Democraita do, and they think It a quieaion of revenue rather than ouTrency. It is saiid that a new cur. rency bill, 'having executive approval, will be introduced 1n about two weeXs. JAPANESE MILITARY MOVEMENTS YokohUmla, Jan. 10. Nult'lve caipltal Jails decline ,to float ithe prapoBed Corean loan. It Is .reported here that 1,009 men bt' longing to ithe first lawny of Japan, op eraiaing In China, ttilave bean invalided by the cold weather. General Nedaz 'telegraiphB from' Slhugan, aind?r date of Jianoiary 8th, thla-t th enemy, fearing the third division of the Japanese army to ithe west, Ihns reltrcated on Koka. The awviance guard of the enemy near Lato Yang has advanced to Kamzenho With two pieces of artillery. The re. malmler of the Chinese force is quar tered a few miles norttheaet of Ha- chfag. KING REPORTED ASSASSINATED Toldo, Jan. 10. The news agency re ports Itihait the Iking of Oorea has been aasafialnated. HAD A FIT. Yokohama, Jan. 10. A rumor is In aliroullatlon here that the King of Cores has been prostrated by an epileptic fit. sidenably below $150,000. The Rlsdon Iron and Locomotive Works, of San I Francisco, and the Pacific Bridge Com piany, of Portland, are known to have bid pretty olose ito the same figures. On special Iron work the Scow Bay REINSTATING THE MORMONS. Boise, Idaho, Jan. 10. In the legisla ture today, a tilll was introduced ab- palu'teily repealing ithe Mormon test oath Two years ago tWait part of the oath was repealed which mode ft retroactive in furnn. Previously no one could vote who belonged to any organization that ever taught polygamy. It 1s now pro posed to wipe out all reference to the subject. CATHOLICS NOT BARRED. IS THE KUNG DEAD? WSatfhlington, Jan. 10. Thre 1s no ln- funmf.il:lon 1n the possession of the Chin ese, Japanese, or Corean legations here respecting eMher the reported sickness or assaasl nation of 'the King of Corea as announced In dlspaitahes from Jap an today. The King of Cbrea. la about 43 yclairn of age, Was ireOgned for 31 yeara, and is of ithe Yo dynasty, which has been the ruling power fcr 504 years. moat prominent caindlida!tes, Irving M Scott is very generally .talked of as a compromise caiKHiirate. The A. P. A. appeared as a factor In the senatorial flgM today. Every mem ber of the leglBlatwre received a letter from the commlUee of the A. P. A., In which it was stated Wat the orgaidza. tion had come to California to stay, and would be a flaotor dn all future po litical canvpailgns. The circular assert ed thiait M. H. De Young, a reputed Ro manist, was a prominent candliJitte for the United StaJtes senate, and tWat while the A. P. A. .was not opposed to Mr. DeYVwing personally, it Is decidedly op. posed to the election of all men o id ml! Far convictions, to that high, office, In conclusion, the eirouHair caiuiona the legislators to heed the warning. CALIFORNIA'S LIEUT. GOVERNOR. OonsUdorajble Trouble In Inaugurating a Sick Man. Saionaimenlto, JUn. lO.-The next legal fainigle to be sestUed by the legislature la that whiidh resulU from 'the Illness of Mr. Millard, and Involves the lleuten. arlt governonslhlip. An attempt will be ;waide tomorrow to Inaugurate the sick unain Into .the office to which he was totiaiy decCared elected. A special com mllttee .aippoln'ted Ithls aSternoon In Joint assembly this evening notlfled Millard by ,telegHa;ph thfalt his election had been doctored, and the hour for his lnaugu nalflon Beit. Si Is stated tonli!M ha' lur.n.h . ... ...c wcii.uc-iii.vii.L isxvi:uor-eieci wtll go dlwoug'h the fjiimallty of talcing the oath of office beJfore a Judge at Los An geles. If hifl plan rfltoll be satlslUotory to a moJoiTty of the lot(lslatur tho malttetr Will end there. If ndt, U will be asked tli'ait a joint convmlttee from the house and senate be delegated to go o Los Angeles to Wltoass ithe taking ot une omctial o3h. But Whould a majority of the leCakaiure vote agulnst accepting dlthe-r of theae plans, tod Ins'ist on car rying out the provisions of the political dode whtiih speelfie that the oath must be taken befare the legislature In Joint iflsoimbly, the irtauguraitiion must be de. erred, and , UKmlteraarJt-Goverinor Red- Jioit will n'Uinue 1n otllce until Millard hall lairrlve here. Mr. Fulton and Mr. Tongue Arc Receiving JIany Callers. dolph men are conkidemt. Both Fulton's and Toiiffue's Sup porters Claim thnt Dolph Will Be Beuteu. A RANCHER MURDERED. Jaimk?3 M Brawn Found Fenca Cornier. Dead In a Associated Press. Portlwnd, Jan. 10. The bematortal ecu- test Is UI1 being waged in this city where memubeis of the WiKla'lui-e are rtniVldly giatheilng. All the Iiisu-rn Ore gon delegation wltfli oue or two execp. Mns are berj, as well as many mem bers from west of the mountains. Mr. W. Pulton, of Atoii'a, and Thomas B. Tongue, Hf Hlllsbbro, are the only dandldultes who Have yet oin(Ml foead- quanters. Toivlglit there is no apparent cfiange In the situation, in fact, tliero Is ndtMng so far aniiounotd of a (K M nUta nature, fiem-ifor IMrA'a r... Say he will have a m'ajorlty on the fhv.t ballot In caucus, and 't'mt he will ba eleJoted Wathout a doubt. Mr. Doljm has nothing Ito say nor do bla friends give out any figures. Mr, Fultrm and Mr. Tongue keep open house, and their callers number imi.nny Wiining ithe day and evening. Ndffclier gentleman makes any definite claim, but both l'iRon's and Tongue's friends stay Dlh viil bo beaten. . By SaltunlUy the scene of bat tle will be transferred to Salem. .CATHOLICS 'MUST OBEY. The Rjoaaoois a 'Mtntter for the Churvh only to Determine. Clndlnnia'iil, Jan. 10. AreliWi-hop KKUt today promulgated an order iajiln,c ithe Odd Fellows, Knights of Pvahias, aim! the Sons of Temperunce, u.nd ac. oompanlled the text of itlie order with a Btatement of the reasm whu n-,i Tim tM-l tl:.it OVEIRiDUE AT THIS POR.T. San FraiKHcio, Jan. 10.. The BrltlBh ship Wlllliaim Daw, from Swansea, coal laden, Was roached this pout. The trip was made in 130 days. Captain Abbott reports that on December 2d the BrttWh bark GlemMnolwIg, from Rio Janelry to fortlana, oregom, Was sighted. It was, found thtut the Glendlnodwlg wat aluort of provisions. Captain Abbott re- plenlefhttd her suiipl'ies, and the two ves. sals pirlted conniany. The Olenddnolwlg is now out 103 dayB. Oregon Ctty. Jan. 10. A week todLay Jas.. iSL Brown, a rancher a nife 1 3a'tlhWl!t'8 should obey and. a hlallf souitheast of 'WHholt Springs, wias diiscovered to be mlsalng. Next mornling the neighbors investigated ond found the chlokens shut up nearly Jdarved, and Wood stains on he floor of the hi;o, whilcJi had been scrubbed an unsucceasful al'jtompt to efface them. The neighborhood was nroused. and a soa.r.''h fur tlie finishing man con. ni'j'sd wlWiotit result uwai yeaterday. When jhe body was found a qulainer mile fmin .the house In a fence corner, covered with burlaps and fence foils. The murder is supposed to have been oomimltteed ten days ago.. There no clue to tune pwptltrtiitors. Brown recently received a considerable sum blaldk pension. He was always well. to-do, and Is supposed to have had money, ire was a bachelor, a nailv England, 'but came to this oountrv from New York about Ave yaara ago. He -wlas hold In high esteem, and there is much feeling over his murdwr. HOW TO SAVE MONEY. Spokane, Jian. 10. The statement Is authoritatively made here that , the j Catholics in the see of Washington i who are at present members of the Odd Fellows, Sons of Temperance or I Knights of PjtiMas are not to be de- the lowest hid, and should the bids be church by rdason of belonging to these segregated, they will undoubtedly catch sodcMea. the ptum. ,,.. Last evening Clerk VanDusen tele- rcuutvnij vmjt, I griaithed 8. A. Keen, at Chicago. In-' -in... . t, r, r. ... struoting him to have on deposit in this 77,' ' ' Arwj uugay. city, wtihin 4)1 hours, the sum of $10,(WO " f" axcempnea to walk payable to H. O. VanDusen, clerk of the irom topmart to topmast on the steam- "u i uii uie toiw er js.ian'Jer th! bft'MTion. The BUDD TO BE BELATED FRIDAY. A Fonmer lleWih'man of Estee Gets a Good Office. Sacramento, Jan. 10. The senate and assembly this inornlng each adopted a concurrenlt realulllloa fixing noon Fri day for the foMugur'atlon of Governor. elect Build. Lee Falrchild, of Seattle. Who stumped the stats for Estee for governor In the recent campaign, was el exited awcksSant olcrk In the enrolling dejtorUment, at a sUlaffy of eight dol lars a day. The canvass of the vote for lieutenant governor was announced. Millard's plu rality Is 21,678, and he was declared elected. guy i . ' ' ' 1 mnM wri frf.'t.r, . A t sud sell XitJ?? 2'. iS : '"d -i' f! - i- ' ! H. -till uncons ano r , j . vmici iiiuj au nifr niuuir. OfllU UO j UK lib yoar name sn nl we will mail you our new price list, which will be out , .uuo . milium loimcoo. J cents nnnnrl Best coal oil per eass $1.80 California granuiated suear in 100 lb sack $500 Best hrsnd of flour per bsrrel.... 215 Kojal rk(f Fowder 6-lb cans 2.0J Arbnckle'i&jfleeDerrjonnd.... 22U cauiornis syrup 6 eal kegs.... l-' 8 spot io per dozen bars 85o The committee who are going over the Kds Is composed of Messrs. VanDu- J sen. Dament, FWher, and Engineer Adams. may die. Bend ut a list of what joa need, and ws will make yoo special prices JIARK L. COHN & CO., 146 Front St. Portland. HE WANTED TO DIE. Portland, Jan. 10. An unknown man NO BILL IN THE SENATE YET. Washington, Jan. lO.-The senate finance eommlBtee met at 2 o'clock to day for the purpose of conslaVrlng the currency question, but adlournnl mfi ptaeed Ms head on the rail road track, a, brfef session until Saturday, it Is nefar the Central station this evening, understood no bill was submHtsj and the Incoming train ran over tt. I committee. SENATOR PERKINS' VICTORY. Sacriamento, Jan. 10. kmaitr Per kins captured the Republican senatorial caucus here tonight. It was a close rub, and the caucus nomlnaolon by no means Insures his election. However, It oimrot be dWiled rhtat the friends of Senator Perkins tuave won an lm pbrtiant victory. Forty-seven out of the 87 Republican members of the leg- lirtaiture, two more than a bare majority, were present whi the oaucus was call el to order. A raMutlon was adopted daalartng Senuitor Perkins the nominee of the Republicans fur United States Senator. It now remains to be seen WhettKs Perkins can secure sixteen votes still needed to give a majaiity of the leglslatiare snd Bhs senatonihip. Sirtyint rotes ars rsqurred to stent. While Perkins and IX You n am ,. WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH. A Rurtii of iromestciadiers for Ontonagon Lands. OmiaWa, Jan. lO.-The residence of ix-Coumlmhin Obas. A. Thletnan was uurmro. cms mturnlng, and Mrs. Thle. man pariehed. A portion of the forfeited railroad grant In Ontonlagon county! contain. ing s.ibH acres, was opened for sa:qe uic.ru .wKjay. -mere was a rush of .MmcHteviUers. The first man presenting in application, has been in the front nce Monday noon. SUTRO SHOWING HIS TEETH. Saa Fmaimtecio, J!am, 10. Mayor Sutro today called a mlass medCIng for Sat-J-ruVy rtlgliit to protest agai.tst the glar ing fnauds In ithe recent (munlclp'al elec oion, the appointment of Mose Gunst m police commlHcJloner of th!s city, and the Jillesnd refuHil of Diatrkt Attorney Samuol Knilglift to Issue a warrant for the arrest of C. P. Humt'lmrtim for .1. oged VloJadon of the Intoiwt'ate com. mttroe taiw. una reasons Tor the order are not un derstood, he says, la no excusie for their dlsdledlence any more thiw tlu.ru would be for a vloliation of tho civil tew when the reason ftw the enactment Is not understood. Just n a nt;uie must einiforce Its Tinws for the prwervai Won wf oiM'or, so must the ohun-li en force such rules as are csieiiUUl for . "toe ,' WdfturV'.bf yuls." IIO went a. howevV 'to Stialtie 'some Teas'iiitt in this dae. "One was tlitut to belong to these, orders made CuPholles mkre tolei-ant c-f Frea, Masonry, Which, bad lo,ng been aeojarsd Irtlmloal to the ohurcih. An other was tlltot In tlie case of the KnilghtB ol Pyit'h'fciB, a pagi.nm ia selected to be treiated as a saint. FROZEN ORANGES. Sold In Chlklago after Rejection In New York and Boston. Oliicago, Jan. 10.-Tiln loads of frxiz. en oUangts, fruit caught in the recent cold snap In FlortiJa, we being rushed to the OhlUngo mlarket. Ely-iiiteen car loads are said Ito have bewi wild yesfter da,y. They ai-e moutly sold In the aue. Won rooms, and on South Water ntr.. t, Where they re being disposed of in barrels like apples. A barrel of frozen onanges can be 'bought for $2,30 and tip. wlaiixla. The sale of frozen turangesi was Stopped In New York and Ilimteii, THE REPUBLICAN MLECTKD. But Must JigHt 'for the Ofllee if Ha Gets It. NatihvlHo, Jan. 10. Giwernnr Turney today sent to the senate and house un 'address and pelWJon in whkih be ts.iys he is Informed on the face? of the i-e. turns Wjlt Evans has a plui'allty fur governor, and that gnttm t ivtu)s weiu perpeftrated. Ho therefor n.lm the iegWaJture Ito permit 1i!m to app.u- In Jolnll sewslon to contest the returns. THH USUAL RESULT. uottido, Jan. 10. On ih PirlKser nil rarm irouTay Flunk Logan, Jno. 1'etU grew (and W. J. Mc.Vally endeavored to maw out 100 ouailtens of frozen nli glycortne wfth hot water, h: expired. leanng ithem hi to fragm'enlA A CULL DAY IN THE HOUSQ Wahlngtvn, Jan. JO.-The houe or ct-edlng today were exceelmgly dull, most of the day bfing given to the con- Wenjitron of the dllrlot appropriation bill, which was passed. ANOTHER CHINA-JAPAN FIGHT. London, Jan. 10. A dispatch from Shanghai says severe fighting has tak. n place near Gehot, Mongolian, 120 miles noiiihcast of IVkln. llandreds of Wounded Chinese are reported arriving at Ti -n Trfn dally. STEEVE3 AGAIN ALLOWED BAII,. Portland, Jan. 10. Lawyor X. N. Siteevcs, who iwas reoently convicted of manahunriilter, wtia ad met ted to tal today, his tund being fixed at $l0,w. BUDD'8 PLURALITY 1205, BnnranriOTto, Jan. 10 The vote b- oouiutles for governor whii-! was rr-ri'i In Joint sess1.m ot tho leg!ijtare ! .;., v stowed Budd's plurality to t Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Highest of all in Leavening Tower. w U in - n ' 1 .