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THE DALLES, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1894.
A GRAND OVATION
Senator Hill's Reception at
His Old Home.
COLORADO'S GOVERNOR FOR WAR
Cleveland Fats Up a Small Sim for the
New York Campaign, But
The funeral Cortege Will Pass Through
a Wall of Cossacks.
Livadia, Not. 3. Arrangements have
been completed for the removal of the
remains of Alexander III to St. Peters
burg. They are unusual and extraordi
nary. The minister of war will have
the Russian army guarding the cortege
the entire distance.
As the minister of war states, these
large bodies of troops are to form guards
of honor along the route. Every bridge
over which the train carrying the impe
rial remains is to pass, will be absolute
ly in control of the military. At all
large stations regiments of infantry will
patrol. All demonstrations of affection
will be made in the rear of the living
walls of troops.
From here to Odessa the train will
pass through a continuous line of Cos
sacks. Trains will pick up these men
and leave them at unprotected points,
while the remains lie in. state in Odessa.
Movements of the forces began last
night. By Sunday night the roads will
be controlled by the war office.
These precautions are the result, of
nihilist threats and a plot that was un
earthed at St. Petersburg. That some
of the plotters would blow up the impe
rial trail with its dead and attendant
living members of the czar's family, if
the opportunity presented, there is no
Since the embalming of the czar's
remains yesterday, the palace has been
completely surrounded by palace dra-
goons. No strangers are permitted to
approach the palace.
The czarina is completely prostrated.
It wasbeerved during the latter part of
the czar's illness that the czarina's hair
had become streaked with white.
Tonight it is said that Princess Alix,
after the funeral, will go to Moscow on a
visit to her sister, the Grand Duchess
Claims of the Leaders.
Washington, Nov. 3. Little work re
mains at congressional committee head
quarters of either of the great parties be
fore the battle royal Tuesday. Naturally
the democratic chairman, Faulkner, and
the republican chairman, Babcock, and
the populist chairman, Taubeneck, all
claim the next house, and are ready to
prove their assertions.
It is noticeable, however, that Babcock
is the most boastful, and by far the most
extravagant in his estimate. He asserts
his canvass shows that there will be 252
republican members elected, making a
majority of 74.
It is evident that Faulkner believes
the democrats will have a majority of
sevsn or eight, although he will not
allow himseif to be pinned down to the
Taubeneck thinks Babcock crazy and
that Faulkner shows sign of the same
disease. Taubeneck is more certain
than ever of the populists obtaining the
balance of power and have already buried
both of the old political parties.
Princess Allx Will Not Have to Anatbe
matlze Her Own Faith.
Bkklin, Nov. 3. A dispatch to the
Tagblatt from St. Petersburg says rings
were exchanged yesterday between czar
Nicholas and Princess Alix. The funeral
of the late czar has been fixed for be.
tween November 16 and 20, and the
wedding of the czar and " Princess Alix
will take place a few days later. It is
expected the czar will, upon this occa
Bion, grant an extensive political
A short time before the death of the
czar he decided that the required ana
thema could be omitted from the docu
ment attesting the Princess Alix' abiura
tion of her former faith, after which the
princess signed. The imperial procla
mation was publicly read at Livadia to
day. People are swearing allegiance to
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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the new emperor. The body of Alex
andria will be embalmed.
Messages ot sympathy and condolence
continue to pour into the Russian em
bassy here and at. Paris, Berlin and
Special services to celebrate the acces
sion of Nicholas II to the throne of
Rueeia was held today in the palace
church. It was attended by the czar,
czarina, queen of Greece, Duchess of
Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Princess Alix of
Hesse-Darmstadt and the grand dukes
and grand duchesses now at Livadia.
Walte Preparing for War.
Denver, Nov. 3. Considerable uneasi
ness prevails in Denver over the outcome
of the elections in this state Tuesday.
Governor Waite has absolute control
over the police department in this city,
and -he has not hesitated to intimate
that any attempts to make fraudulent
count cr illegal voting will result in
trouble. He has issued, secretly, a
notice to the military and artillery com
panies to be in readiness to 'respond to
The sheriff has sworn in a large num
ber of deputies to meet any intimidation
by the police.
At Fort Logan, federal troops have
been furnished full rounds of ammuni
tion, and all preparations have been
made for quick entrance into the city
should a riot be started. ' It is generally
rumored on the street that Governor
Waite will make some pretext to cause
the vote of Denver to be thrown out. "
The California flection.
San Fbancisco, Nov. 3. A special to
the Call from Washington, says : "The
democratic congressional committee to
day received letters from every congres
sional district in California. The tenor
of these reports show that the democrats
of California have almost a hopeless
fight on their hands as regards the state
ticket. They concede that English will
be defeated in the third district, and
that Geary has a hard fight in the first,
and will probably lose. Caminette may
pull through in the second district, ac
cording to these advices, and Judge Ma
guire will probably be elected in the
fifth. Loud and Bowers will both ba
returned, with a chance for Bowman,
populist, in the Los Angeles district."
Hill's Great Oration.
Elmira,, Nov. 3. The ovation given
Hill tonight at his old home was never
equaled in the history of the state. A
special wigwam was built for the speech.
There were 8,000 people in it, many
hanging on the rafters like monkeys,
with 10,000 outside.
The crowd removed the horses and
pulled the carriage through the streets
to the wigwam. Hill was introduced as
the "Pride and hope of the democracy
of the nation."
London, Nov. 3. A Shanghai dispatch
says that the. report that the Japanese
army is on the eve Qf taking Port Arthur
is regarded as a ruse on the part of tne
Japanese. It is thought' probable the
Japanese second army intends forming a'
junction with the main army and captur
ing the Chinese who are retreating from
Chien-Lin-Chen, after which the com
bined forces will proceed to Pekin.
Princess Allx Joins the Greek Church.
Livadia, Nov. 3. Czar Nicholas has
issued this manifesto : "Today occurred
the holy anointment of our bride in
accordance with the orthodox ritual, to
the comfort of ourselves and the w bole of
Russia, our bride receiving the name
Alexandra Foodoroyna, with the title
grand duchess and imperial highness."
CleTeland Digs Up. -
New Yobk, Nov. 3. Chairman Hink
ley, of the democratic state committee,
this morning confirmed the statement
that' Cleveland had contributed to the
democratic . congressional campaign
fund. He says the president sent two
checks, one of which was for $400.
Resolved to Declare War.
Paris, Nov. 3. A cabinet council was
held at the palace of Elysee today, at
which it was decided to submit to the
chamber of deputies resolutions declar
ing war against Madagascar, and de
manding credit to carry it on.
All One Way.
Philadelphia, Nov. 3. The chair
man of the republican state committee
says he believes the republican majority
in the state will reach 200,000 majority.
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