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" ASTORIA, OMKOX. 1I1I)AY, DMTIMKKU i. HH)1. KO. 12T
Willi t'Vory Ion Men's Suit or Ovwcoot
Olio Mud'h Suit or Ovcrvoiit
Willi every ton Hoy' .Suit r Ovircoiito
Ono Hoy' Suit or Overcont
Tlic most liberal ttTr i-vrr nirnlo. We
luivo llu' li't iiiisortiiiciit. Wt liavn
It pity to triple n illi
ECUPSE HARDWARE CO.
Holiday Goods in End
GRIFFIN & REED,
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED, PROVISIONS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of nil kintlH at lowest rntos, for fisliermon,
Fnrmore and Ixiggors.
, V. ALIwBIN, Tenth and Commercial Streets
ONE DOLLAR at
Let Mini Have Anarchistic Gov
eminent Amonj? His Fellow
Says Senator Hoar.
BANISHMENT WONtf REMEDY
All (internment Should Agree
t'pou u I'liicc, llviniiicJ in
from OiiIhKIu World
for Amu elilt.
WAHHINGToN, Dee. 6 fcnatnr
McCniuaa, rif Marl.inl, mudc im ex
tended and carefully prepared aech
In the senate today, anil wua follow
ed liv om brief rematk by Hoar
n dlftlculllca In the way of dealing
lih Bimri hum' aaacx lattnti.
Hoar tx-llrvnl lhal a much more ef
fective remedy rould be secured If by
common .'imnpiil r,f ". h civilised
natlona Homo tra' t of taint somewhere
u.oii thi earth aurface, hrmned In
from I ho oulalde world, could In- art
aatiii for Mir confinement of those wh
counselled Ihr kllllUK of ruler or lllr
overthrown of governments,
' et iin.inhlnl have An object li t.
on " Ih-. ai'iialor auld, iiii.I let the
woild have an object l naori .ct tin re
I. n little rlr. elation of nnnrchy In
to I to- nn.ir, himself, and li'i ti I in
hiiM- unr. hlllc got, minclil among
foil, (." Hour hi ll l.nnl dun-lit
wool 1 lie proper punlanirnl under the
. onatltulloii. mill If nil iiiiIIimia wuuM
Kr. - tlml rvrry ain li m. n Im- a nt
lo a ai-oi whi-rv thiTi' n no Kovotn
no m II ttnuM ! nn iff.i lhi. n nif.
Tl... m-inii? i,joiiMii.. until Mon.liiy.
HM.I.H is 8i;n-atj:.
V.SIIINiSTmS. w, 8 Thi- follnw
Inn l.llla Ioim- iHfii InlrvJucil In the
hti'twiiri I'or tin- rlri'llon of Irrrl
torlnl Jiiilxra I')' i'l n'l coll-
luiliiif Jut lajlrllon of tin- frilorul rout l
In com mvirali-K ovrr Irrlfiitlng water
i:ikln--rir the Milmlulnn of Nrw
Mrtlrn an a Plate.
t oilllimiT Knr a mmnilaalon lo re
fori on the romnierre of ''lilnit nnJ
KnatiT Kor n riiinnilttee of five to
Imrmlk'nie trmlr relatlopa with the
IVrklim- Kor the Inylnu of a iMihle to
llnunll nn, I the I'htltpplnea.
Tillman- Kor the uae of a ionlcn of
the .roreeil of the aale of p u t U InnJi
III the niiillitiilliHiue of achoola of niln
Ihif Mllrhell Kor the elertlon of aetwitora
hy vole of the In'ople.
f'orttker irniln trv ninllliiK prlv
Hetfea to Mra. Mi KlnU-y.
t U 'IT KM KN T H NTI N' I ITS.
Miu kelN of the Kiml Still Iiiinlnite,l l,y
Olli'AlM. IVi'. fi-ltoomlliK I'lill
enlhiiHliiMin, hens lent trunNiirtloini In
over u yeur In nil the plla, rtoonl piliva
In (train nml henvy pmllta for fr
tiinnle i Pera-thi'se uere i hururlrrla-
Ih' fiiittitva of the liimlneaa on the
IhuuiI of tnule loiliiy. The crime for
ihiiylni! which Ih-kiiii to allow Itnclf ye
I li til.iy nt present ntjiilii i.t the om ti
ilnir nn l v nuKtiienteil on every Inunl
. um tln acsalon ailvimccil.
j Not Ihce the preacnt hull cnnipiilKii
lieKiin hit ve brnkernxe uml coinnils.slon
; people Iwep ptvaaed to hiimlle Hpccn
hntlvc nnlera na they have tody.
oritXSR OROUT PtLU
Mvealock Aaaoclatlon INtaacs ltcaolu
tlon AK'tlnat It.
flUOAOO. IVc. S.-The n-fommenila-
tlon of the executive committee that
rccnmmcmliitlon rontlemntng the
0 rout olcoinarKnrln. Mil be adopted
Kiive rlae to a lengthy and aplrlted
eneral delmte among delegate pres
ent at today' aeaalnn of the llveatoek
convention. Leonard Pearson, of
IVniiaylvnnla, .peaking for the dairy
IntcroHla who uphold the tirout bill,
led the debate with the plea thnt with
oleomai-Kiirlne aclllng under Ita own
colors, butler could hold Ita own.
"Vou cnttlcmen," aald he, "Inalat
thnt colut'liiR of oleoinargnrlne ahould
he nllowed, yet you Inalat that the
wool tntereata ahould lie protected
nenliiHt ahoddy mamiuerHdlng aa wool."
Kx-Oovernor Pckard, of Iowa, mov
ed thnt the whole auhject be deferred,
w hen Judge Cowan arose and an lit
that pneUera had aa much right to
color oleomargarine aa dulrymon have
to color butter. The dlacuaalon waa
participated In by members of the
Kalian. California, Mlsaourl, Michigan
and town delegations. It waa the first
Kcnernl debate of the convention.
Judge Cowan brought the speaking to
nn ett'l hy movliiif the prevloua (iie
tloii. The reaMntl'in Biilnl the U'oiit
i.lll una inliiilei), hut over a
Illlln lo In- urne.l upon ronKreiia to
prmMe for tUKKlliK rloth K""'l
almw Ha rxaei coinpoalllini aii'l lo
pmvMe for h i Inaallleil aaaeaairient of
utile weie upproveil liy I lie (onven
lion, Tin- MinvKiiilon waa iIIvMimI v-r
framliiK ' provhllllK for the ex-
i liunne nf pulilh! Iunla a tuentloneil
In Senator Wnrren'a pit per, einl a mill
oilty report referilnif lb miitier to a
loiniiillt'ii of flV report at the next
rneetlnK ,.B ,,,i,tcl
T'M.HTOI NoT IKAI
la Huff, t ing Krotn a Hevrre "oM and
NBW TIIK. ti-c. t-Tlie Pt Peters
burg rorreaixindent of the liinlon
Times and New York Tlitna uinment
Ing upon the rlrrumaanilul rijuirta of
he lllnraa, death and burial of Count
Tolalol, whlrh have reinlly appear-d,
runt radii la them on the beat author
ity. He any Count ToUrtol Is auff-ring
from aevere cold and fatigue, reaultlng
from ovrr Indulgence In riding. There
Is no rauae for anxiety concerning his
The circulation of the reports was
lauae.t by the Miff that when Tolalol
iliM die the news will be kept by the
cenaorahtp from the public aa long as
Halble, The rcclealnatlcal authorltlea
cannot accord Christian burial to
Tolalol ns Ihey have recently denounc
im him .is a heretic. The refuanl to
iIImw the riles of the National church.
at the grave of Tolstoi Is aure lo pro-
oke nn autburat of Imligniiutlnn all
PAID 1IW KIJIITS.
Prime Ib-nry and Uueen Wllln liulna
Have Heroine llecn lie 1.
lioN'!nX. ivc. I -Tli- lunch gov
rum, nt and I'uteh court nre again
treniinvi'ly denying atorli a of matrl
uonial iUrieU la lwcen (Jue n Willi, 1
nlna iii.d Prince Consort, but the ai an
lal hna become too public for nny
i, of IiumIhuk It up to remain.
According to some reports rc-concll-,u
Ion betwen the ijiieen and Prince
Henr) na effected largely through
Hie nl!uritie of Kmperor William and
I he iiuecn's mother, who In order to
preserve appearance of concord even
i .it 1,1 Ih" Prince Consort's debts.
HI' LINO ITHKI.D.
Lords Prayer Marred From Public
Si hiKila by Constitution.
ST P.U'l.. Dec. i. Attorney (iener-
al Iourluaa today upheld the ruling nf
ex-Altoiney Ceneral Child In the op
inion given to State Suerlnteinlent Ol
eii. that under the state constitution
the laird's Prayer cannot be used In
nubile si hool.
This ruling la because of the section
of the state constitution which says:
"Nor shall any man Ik- comH-lled to
attend, erect or support any place of
CHAFFEE CLOSES PORTS
I.Atil'N A AMI HATAN(;.S I'.V
No .More Rents to Filipinos tor
lluililiiiKs I'scd for .Military
MANILA. Dec. 5.Gciieral Chaffee
has Issue I orders for the closing of nil
poiis in the l.iguna and liatnimas
province. The? nuarterniasters there
wtll cease puylng rents to the Fti'plius
for buildings used for military pur
poses, ns It Is Known that a large por
tion of the money finds Its way to the
Insurgents In the shape of contribu
tion and General Chaffee intends that
no more government fund shall find
their way Into the hands of the enemy.
The reason for closing the ports I
th tt too many supplies are found to be
getting Into the possession of the In
surgents. Gvneril Chaffee Intends giving Gen
eral Pell, commanding the troops In
the Ilatangaa province every assist
ance he may require to subdue the tn
surreclon. Governor Taft Is Improving
raplJly and now expect to return to
the I'nlted States on the government
transport Grant which will anil before
OFFICE VS.I POLITICS.
COU'MIlUs, O.. Dec. B.-Vivan J.
Kngan. I'nlted States marshal for the
Southern district of Ohio, today re
signed from the Ohio Republican state
central committee. Ills action Is the
result of a circular Issued to nil fed
eral olllcers stating that the present
administration holds thnt a member
ship by federal officer In any poli
tical party organisation Is not In ac
cord with the aplrt of the civil ser
Picked Up by Walla Walla North
of Grays Harbor in Bad
RIGGING ANF) BOATS GONE
Hull Intact Hut Ittilwurks Smashed
Three InchvH ' Water In
Her Hold liaiiiage to
4iri(o Not Known.
POUT nWN.SBNU. Waah.. Dec. 5.
The Ilrltlsh ship Nelson, which was
picked up In dlstreaa by the ateam
thlp Walla Walla and towed here to
duy, bad a marvelous escape from be
ing consigned to the bottom of the
aea, according to the captain of that
The Nelson flred roc kets and burn
ed flashlight all night Tuesday, but
failed to attract the attention or ves
sels. On Wednesday morning the Wal
la Walin picked her up north of Grays
Harbor. A high sea was on at the
time and It was with much difficulty
that a haw vr was gotten aboard. The
hull of the Nelson Is prartlralljr In
tact but her bulwark were smashed,
life boats gone, fore rlgg.ng carried
away, and cabins damaged. There are
only three Inches of water In her hold.
The extent of the damage to her car
en of wheat Is not known. Captain
Hloiidl. Lloyds agent, w ill go to Seattle
tonight and the survey will he ntld
The treasury department has order
id deported two minor on of a Chi
nese merc hant of Walla Walla named
Kng tJo. Kng Go waa on his way
from China, accompanied by his two
sons and Just before reaching this port
on the sr-maship Olympla, died Oc-tola-r
i-. The minor sons were refus
ed admission by Collector Huestls and
the matter was taken to the depart
ment which sustained the collector's
decision and the boys were ordered d
(xirtd. LIGHTSHIP ItUOKE MooMNGS.
The tug Dolphin, arriving from the
Cape, reports the lightship at I'ma
tillu reef broke from her moorings dur
ing the storm and succeeded In reach
ing Neah bay In good condition.
I CHAOTIC CoNIrTK'.V
; English Liberal Party Widely Differ
i as to South Africa.
j NKW TURK. Dec. 5 The chaotic
condition of the Ulwrals was never
more noticeable than at the meeting
I of the Tribune. A resolution calling
IVrby. says the London corresHindcnt
o th Tribune. A resolution calling
on the government to announce the
terms on which they were prepared tp
conclude j,face In South Africa was
not passed without a noisy scene oc
casioned by differences of opinion In
regard to the attitude taken by Lord
j Mllner, Mr. Emmott, Liberal member
j for Oldham, objected to words declar
ing It essential, with a view to the
conclusion of peace, that a special
commissioner should be dispatched to
South Africa. Cheers and groan
greeted his statement that he would
accept no vote of censure on Lord Mil
ncr and the cahirman was compelled
to Intervene to restore order.
Put Ci-i Not He Gained by Always
Yielding to England's Demands.
NEW YORK, Dec. 5. M. Massabau,
in his peech In the chamber of depu
ties on Tuesday, having alluded to the
late Jules Ferry as having favored an
alliance with Germany rather than one
with Groat Britain, an authoritative
contradiction of this assertion is pub
lished In the Paris Presse and the
Parts correspondent of tbe lnuidon
Times and New York Time quote a
letter written In 1SX! to nimself by
In thi letter Mr. Ferry said he
greatly desired the friendship if Great
llrltaln but thi could not be c btalned
by always and everywhere yielding.
Great Britain, said M. Ferry, ' Meemed
only those who graced bf-
FREE OF Dt'TY.
Statue From Italy for Cathedral of
NEW YORK, Dec. 5. The liard of
classification of the I'nlted i'ates Gen
em! Appraisers ha Just announced a
decision regarding a statue represent
ing the Immaculnte conception, whl'-h
was Imported from Italy and pr?serU
ed to the Cathedral of Raltlmor;. The
statue, which wa Invoiced fit 3500 lire,
was consigned to the Hev. 0, O.
Thoma, but It was the gift of the
Misses Andrew to the cattle Iral. Th
statue Is of carrara rnaible. and
about flvo fwt six Inch" In h;ight.
The board. In an opinion by Coloru.l
Tlcberiee holds th H the aintue I th!
e.ork nf a profesHl i.nl cij,il ir nd
that It waa expreajdy Imported for pre
sentation to a religious corporation. It
therefore In exempt from duty. The
derision of the colleror at P-altlmor
A declsoln, waa lasci rendered with
reference ti a group In marble by the
Sculptor Marquest of Pari, entitled,
"Maternity," Invoiced at lO.'y) franca,
w hich was purchased by Hvnry Phlfi
for presentation to the Phl-p conwi-
alory al Plttaburg. The boarl hold
that the conservatory I a nuM ; In
stitution established for the encour
agement of aclence. Th ; duty of W
er cent wll therefore no' be levied.
6CHL.BT AT FA.ULT.
Report That the Court Finds Against
llim on Five Counts.
NEW YORK. Dec. S. A special to
the Press from Washington say:
Rear-Admiral Schley has been found
at fault on Ave count by the court of
inquiry. It Is understood, however.
that the court find against Schley:
First, for delay of flying squadron off
Clenfuegos. Second, for misrepresen
tation of reason for returning to Key
West for coal. Third, for disobeynlg
of orders In making retrograde move
ment. Fourth, for failure to destroy
the Colon. Fifth, for conduct unbe
coming an officer and gentleman In the
Schley Hod;on controversy.
Louisiana Grand Jury's Answer to
Judge's Instruction .
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 5.- Judge Jas.
M. Thompson, in opening the district
court In Washington parish. La., the
scene of the recent burning of a ne
gro at the stake, followed by a riot
at Bulltown, where several Uvea were
list, called the attention of the grand
Jury to these occurrences and urged
It to take action. The grand Jury
however brought In the following re
port: "The men who participated in the
burlng were among the best citizens of
the country and nothing but a desire
to protect those who are nearest and
dearest to them, would have moved
them to undertake such measures."
BOUND TO DIE.
Insane Man Climbed Tree and Then
Blew Out His Brain
DETROIT, Dec. 5. A pecli5 to th
Tribune from Holland. Mich., says:
Nelson Culver, during a fit of tem
porary Insanity ran away from hi
home at Hamilton and climbed to the
top of a tall tamarack tree. When he
saw hi friends at the foot of the
tree trying to rescue him, he pulled
a revolver and blew out his brains.
His body dropped to the lower branch
es of the tree about 50 feet from th
ground and dangled there while his
life blood ebbed away.
THREE PERSONS KILLED
PASSENGER TRAINS COLLIDE
AT FI LL SPEED.
Smoking Car and Emigrant Carj
Filled With Negroes Badly
Dttimigcd, Injuring 3S.
MALV3RN. Ark., Dec. B.-Three per
sons were killed and 3$ Injured In a
head-on collision between two passen
ger trains on the- St. Louis. Iron
Mountain and Southern railroad, one
and one-half miles south of here this
The two trains were the St. Louis
fast mail, south-bound, and Little
Rock and Eldorado, north-bound. The
two trains met In terrific collision.
Both engineers jumped in time to
save their lives. The two engines were
wrecked and the colored coach next
to the baggage car on the south-bound
train waa badly smashed. It was
crowded with colored emigrant eh
route from North Carolina. Georgia
and Alabama to Texas. The smoking
car on the north-bound train was
badly damaged and most of Its occu
pant were Injured.
9AN FRANCISCO. Dee. 6 The
French cruiser Protet hits arrived here
from San Diego and will go up to
Mare Island within a day or two to be
cleaned after which she will return
to the stream and remain until the
latter part of Januarv.
CANON OF WESTMINSTER.
LONDON, Dec. S. Most Rev. James
Edward Cowell "Weldon, Bishop of Cal
cutta, ha been appointed Canon of
BY RAGING STORM
French Bark Ernest Reyer
Wrecked Off Mouth of Quin-
SHE WILL BE A TOTAL LOSS
Now Lien Hard AgrounJ with
Breakers Pounding Her to
ABERDEEN, Wash., Dee. S.-nAt t
o'clock Wednesday morning whllt a
terrible storm was raging along th
coast the Frjtch bark Ernest Reyer
went ashore off the mouth of Quln
ault river, about 30 miles north of
Gray Harbor. 6he truck heavily on
the level beach and the full fores of
the wav-s pounded her further up on
the shore, every Incoming aea wash
ing clean over her. In the darknesa
and storm It was Impossible to e
how far away the land lay but the offl
cera and men cleared away the boats
and made for shore, all reaching land
in safety. When -he ship first struck,
a heavy aea broke over her, carrying
off three of her sailors, who were driv
en back on board again by a reced
ing wave and scrambled into one of the
small boats. The vessel now lies hard
asround with the breakers pounding
her to pieces. Masts, rigging and
sail have rfone by the board and she
is a total loss.
The Ernest Reyer is a steel built
j French bark of thirty-five hundred
: tons, commanded by Captain Pulllxuyt.
M. Labor! Did Not Advise Refusal of
PARIS, Dec. 5. In hi second arti
cle in tbe Journal, published this
morning, M. Labort, replying to the
Interview In the Echo de Pari, denies
that he wanted Dreyfus to refuse bis
pardon. Labori deplores the conduct
under which this pardon was grant
ed and accepted in silence which seems
to have been Imposed on an Innocent
man In whose behalf he, Labori, and
others, in a passion for an ideal, had
not hesitated to stir up the country.
Replying to the charge that he want
ed to live off the affair Labori declares
that his connection with the i ate had
cost him almost his entire practice,
which only began to pick up again
after the amnesty was granted and
j aealnst which, contrary to hi own
interests, he had unceasingly strug
gled. The Slecle says that Dreyfus repu
diate the Echo de Paris Interview
which he neither directly nor indirect
HIGHEST SINCE 1S92.
Wheat and Corn Rapidly Advance In
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Dec. . By the united
Impetus of a fresh whirl of outside
buying orders that made both the
wheat and corn rings the scene of.
greut excitement today, new record
prices were established. Wheat Sold
at SoH for May. or S higher than It
was last August, while corn passed
any point since IMC
PORTLAND, Ore.. Dec. 5. At a
meeting of the canvassers for the
Lewis and Clark fair fund tonight a
partial report of the cunvass showed
JSi'S iWO had been subscribed. Several
large corporations. Including all the
railroads, are yet to be heard from.
MISS STONE WELL.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Dec. 5.-3pen-cer
Eddy, first secretary of the United
States legation at Constantinople has
received a message via Salonika that
tht American missionary, Miss Stone,
and her companion, Mme. Tsllka, were
well December !.
NEW BASEBALL LEAGUE.
BUTTE, Dec. (.A new baseball
league was organized here today to be
known a the Northwestern League.
Six towns were represented, a fol
lows: Butte, Helena, Great Fulls, Salt
Lake, Oeden and Pocatello.
CASE KNOCKED OUT.
SEATTLE, Dec. 5. Perry Squeenan,
of Chicago, knocked out Dick Case, of
Seattle, in the eleventh round tonight.
PRICE OF SILVER.
NEW YORK, Dec. 5. Silver, 64T4-