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THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY" AUGUST 3, 1894.
FROST IN WISCONSIN
The Weather Bureau Says They Will
Hare it-Toniht '
SANTO SENT TO THE GUILLOTINE
Santo's Trial Commenced Yesterday
and Was Sentenced. Today-Senate
and House Flirting.
The Tariff Muddle.
Washington, Aug. 3. The tariff con
ference sppean to have reache-t very
nearly the point at which either an early
agreement will be reached, or a decision
to report disagreement. The senate
conferees apparently have arrived at the
conclusion that there has been already a
sufficient exchange of views upon gen
eral lines, and the time has come when
a direct issue must be raised. It is
stated that a sugar schedule has been
prepared, which the senate will accept.
The schedule, it is said, still provides a
differential duty on refined sugar, and
in other particulars maintains the pro
tective features of the senate schedule,
V Representative Bland has introduced
a resolution instructing the committee
on ways and means to report a bill plac
ing all. sugars on the free list, and for
raising a $100,000,000 revenueby an in
come tax. Bland says, concerning the
resolutions : "I have not consulted Mr.
: Wilson nor anyone else, bnt have acted
on my own judgment in submitting this
resolution. My purpose is to press it if
there are any indications that the gen
eral tariff bill will fail." ' - .
The Case at Woodland.
Woodland, Cal., Aug 3. At the
' opening of the train wrecking case this
morning Justice Fisher apologised for
having called prisoner Worden a vile
- name during . bis excitement yesterday
evening. He said he would have held
any of the attorneys accountable for
such language as be used. Almost the
entire morning session was consumed by
. arguments, quarreling and bickering
among the attorneys, but for the inter
ference of others, attorney Cook and
Gaddis would have come to blows.
Gaddis openly charched that false testi
mony had been given for the prosecu-
' tion and that the attorneys for the
prosecution countenanced it.
.,, ... Just Nothing at All.
Washington, Aug. 3. The only tele
gram of public interest received at the
Japanese legation today, related to the
request made by the Japanese govern
ment concerning the protection to be
afforded Japanese interests in Pekin by
the Americans in charge there. The
legation is without official news con
cerning the reported repulse of Japanese
troops at Asan. Considerable doubt ex
ists in the minds of officials as to the
exact location of that place.
The Dispatches are Correct.
Bdrlin, Aug 3. A dispatch from a
German official in the service at Tien
Tsin says the German gunboat litis
witnessed the sinking of the transport
Kow Shung. The crew of the litis res
cued 150 Chinese who were straggling
in the water. The dispatch confirms
the report that the Chinese were vic
torious over the Japanese in the recent
battle at Asan, Corea.
' Burned In a Wreck.
Bucyrcs, Ohio, Aug. 3 . A west
bound freight on the Pennsylvania line
broke in two this morning, the two parts
colliding. A car of coal oil and one of
gasoline took fire and consumed half
me wain also destroying oOO feet of track
Four tramps stealing a ride on the oil
car were burned to death.
Will Hn to W ork or Quit.
Omaha, Aug. 3. All the South Omaha
packing houses did little killing today,
. but few new men having been obtained.
The men were notified that unless they
reported for. work hy noon tomorrow
they would be discharged. Violence is
feared should new men be put at work.
frost In Wisconsin Tonight.
Chicago, Anz. 3. The weather bureau
has ordered the frost signal displayed
throughout Wisconsin tonight. Last
night broke the record for cool weather
in August in Chicago, and serious dam
age to the crops in the Northwest i
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
American . Railway Union Comrentlon.
Chicago, Aug. 3. The second days'
session of the American Railway Union
convention was devoted to hearing re
Dorta from local . organizations on the
various railroads." President Debs urged
a more complete organization. ' .
A Close Call for the Passengers. -
Holland, Mich., Aug. 3. The
Steamer City of Holland with 80 pais?
engers aboard was beached here today
in a heavy gale. The boat was badly
damaged and the passengers were res
cued with difficulty.
New Mexico and Arizona Next..
Washington, Aug. 3. The senate
committee on territories has reported
favorably on the house bill for the ad
mission of New Mexico and Arizona.
A Southern Man for Hawaii.
Washington, Aug. 3. Ellis Mills of
Virginia was today nominated secretary
of legation and consul general for the
United States at Honolulu.
The Printing Bill Bug Up.
Washington, Aug. 3. The honse to
day voted non-concurrence in the senate
amendments to the public printing bill
and it was sent to conference.
Quick Returns for a Murderer.
Lyons, Aug. 3.- Caesaro Santo, the
murderer of President Carnot, was
found guilty and ' sentenced to be ex
ecuted by the guillotine.
All Things Possible, In franco.
Paris, Aug. 3. Dr. Cornelius Hertz,
the Paris lobbyist was sentenced today
to five years imprisonment, and fined
The Wheat Market.
Portland, August 3. Wheat un
changed. San Francisco December.
1.01; Chicago Cash Sept
ember, .53 - .
London," . Aug.'' 3. A dispatch from
Tien Tern says that all deserters from
the troops; marching to Taku will be be
Going- to Work at Pullman.
Chicago, Aug. 3. The force in the
Pullman shops, was increased today.
At noon 552 men were at work.
Agreement Reached by Rler and
Harbor Conferrees. .
Washington, Aug. 1. (Oregonian
office, Corcoran building.) Dolph has
had a rather hard struggle, but he has
pulled out of the conference committee
with all the Oregon appropriations in
the river and harbor bill. Practically
an agreement to that effect has been
reached, and the agreement will prob
ably be reported tomorrow. The
amount for a boat railway at The Dalles
has been reduced to $100,000, but Dolph
says that will be sufficient to acquire
the right of way and begin the work.
The. main thing is to have it started.
The other appropriations for Oregon re
main undisturbed. Washington is aleo
fortunate. Every increase made by the
senate remains in the bill, aa also does
the provision made for the Lakes Union
and Washington waterway. The Oregon
and Washington delegations are feeling
very jubilant. Oregon has a $400,000
increase, nearly double the amount in
the house bill, with the entire amount
foe the completion of the work at the
mouth of the Columbia. Dolph says
boats will be passing over the dalles of
the Columbia -in four years.
Refuse to . Indorse Cleveland's Ad -
St. Paul,' Aug. 1. Some time ago the
democrats of Minnesota issued an ad
dress standing by the president and de
nouncing the 12 United States senators
as Benedict Arnolds. Today at a meet
ing of the democratic state central com
mittee, attended by many of the men
who issued tbo celebrated address, a
resolution commending the president
for his stand on the tariff in his letter
to Mr. Wilson and indorsing the action
of the house on the tariff bill, was tabled
by the overwhelming vote of 20 to 3,
Some of the members of the committee
explained that they voted against the
resolution in the interest of harmony
A resolution opposing fusion with the
populists was unanimously adopted. .
May Build a Pacific Cable..
Montreal, Que., Aug. 1. The out
break of war between Japan and China
has revived interest in the proposed
Pacific ocean cable between Vancouver
and Japan. C. K.Hosmer, general
manager of telegraphs of the Canadian
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Your Own Wood
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that you must ' ' draw the line at
lard," this is to remind you that
there is a clean, delicate and
healthful vegetable substitute,
which if used in place of lard,
permits you to eat pies, pastry,
.patties and such " good things "
without fear of dyspeptic con
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none so convincing and so pleas
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Pacific railway said in an interview to
day - that sufficient 'progress had been
made financially in 1891 for putting
through this scheme, had the Japanese
government given it the assistance that
was expected of them. He believes the
present war will extend to other nations
in the far East, and that it will result in
the laying of a Pacific cable : either to
Japan,-China or Australia, as the ex
isting cables pass through so many for
eign countries where serious com plica.
tiona are likely to arise at any moment.
The distance from Vancouver to Japan
ia 3,600 miles. A cable is estimated to
cost less than $4,000,000.
Will Try the Law.
Fort Wayne, Aug. 1. Today some of
the dischargod strikers on. the Penney!
vania and Nickel Plate roads declared
they would file affidavits against all men
employed on these roads who work
Sundays. The strikers, say they have
the names of the men who will probably
work next Sunday, and they will be ar
rested Monday for Sunday desecration
It is said the threat will be positively
carried out. Fort Wayne is very puri
tanical on Sunday, under the new muni
Under Which Flag.
Yokohama, Aug. 1. The declaration
of war puts in a peculiar position those
English army officers who were taken
recently into the Chinese ports. The
officers in question will be liable to arrest
nnder the foreign enlistment act the
moment they come within the jurisdic'
tion of British authority in any treaty
pt- At the same time they will have
no valid claim upon Great Britain's
protection, if they are caught by the
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