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EXCLUSIVE TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT.
ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, MORNING, JULY 1C, 1893.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS,
VOL. XL. NO. 1G).
Continued till old'stock is closedjout
at cost. New Goods arriving sold at
W. W. PARKER, Assignee.
Blunk Hooks, Fine Stationery,
Baseball Goods, Footballs,
Hummocks, !' tby Carriages.
New Goods arriving daily., Low Trices for Cash.
GRIFFIN & REED
CALIFORNIA WIfJE HOUSE,
FINE WINES AND LiaiJORS
I have mailo arrangements for supplying nuy brand of
wines in quantities to suit Bt lowest cash liRiues. The
triKie iiiM families supplied. AH orders delivered free
. a LmII s in it OK ACCOUNTIund
I'Rf ESSIONAli HDOKKEKPElt.
Off. ok : W.tii tieuural .Messenger Co,, 015
. ATTOKNEY it LAW.
v-llh-e-Kliimiy's new brick building,, comer
Tli i rd and Genevieve streets ; up stairs.
J Q. t.SOVVJ.BY,
Oi-I.-h ill Klhiiov's now urli-k l..ild!lit(, ovor
A.loriit Nat, "iml li .nk.
KK A L KSfAIK A.NU INSUKA.NCK AGENT
-. "dice li : Uuutuii sliout, Astoria. Oregon.
D. EiylV JAriSON.
ITIYMOIAN it iSl'ltli KON. It OM .7
tiillcuover ci;iii)il'.4 Cliiilniis' ttore, hours, 10 to
I:' ni,2. t ft i. in, 7 to 6 ji m. ciiitidiy, H) 10 11 Hi.
Uri. o. n. ssrea,
I'ilYrili :i AN .'! SUIKlKuN.
.-i.i;il iitt-ution l.i Disease- oi Women aini
ur:ry. oilico ov Daiiziger'a store Astoria.
1Y TUTTLE M.D..
O rilYSlUl.tN, tsUUUHiKN A A0)tlIi;HKUR.
Olllc., rooms :. i ov. r Astoria N.ttioiiailliink.
hours, ltl in luwidence. uw OcUiir m.
WAUTEa I. HOWASO. ,
1 ) U.) .vK.irAl'illO l'UVdiCl.Uil &SIIK.
Lt u. OIlK'.i, 1)1. L'uiril s'r.toi. Ilmirs 10 to li
iiiiil- tn-l.Siiinliiy 1 t 2 Uuftliltiua' 4'9t3d sireol
r P. MULUINIX, M D.. ,
Jj, (iivas ivr:iik iroauiifi.t for Calami,
I'll-..'; 'i m, lvi'1 h'V (ii'.iuiti lirMiary ori;aim
O il c . ...sirtKM'i l'fiir.1 rit. HoiirVJ a.in.S p.m.
RIl'ilAltl) 1IABBY. 0. H. MOM.
CIVIL ESaiNKEHH AND SUkVKV'OK3.
KOOM8 5 ANU 6,
OVER ASTORIA NAUONAL BANK.
iw. r. huknkv,
J. W. DUtPRlt
Miiniey & iJraper.
On'-ii'ii I ity, Oregon,
uvi' years' esperlcnce im rebter of ill
l.:iin1 oliica lit'rc. lfi'oiiinif.uls in 111 oui
aliv of Miiiitig and nil culi.-r Ijuhiiichs 1-
,U iiiU'e or inn uottris, ami mvoiv-
rR 0N8ROUCH & COWInC. .
1,A )Ff"ICIr., 02F.00N i'lTY.Ott.
t-ij- i iu.i.Iimi rfiv- to i:vnu iMvllifsH. rtl-
s-i.'.-a s or ire-einp'i.iii clainu hiiU
II1II- I I.I.I I'V,..'- .1........ ........... -.
of I he Uiv. ror .;1-I ;::inec tu making tl-ial
pr-KlI C.lll OH !H
i PI.iU i0Jir.:(.
v uco!iiiv tn-ii, loot -i'i,
AfT.l i. .'Vl i'ol'.
. tnr.ti K'li-i 't"- n..Hr!- wvrk. S'eun-
.! I -mil'-'' V(t .'H'tlty
.-.r" 4f JL'I P-jwip-.iJM Kd to Order al
Lime. ti-i... Santf. Klrr Ck Kl! t'l.ty
f'.i Him!, M .I r" i"I.O.K il !. -tttw
nil Ji, ;:v. r1 t ' run.
DrayiEj, Tea;icx lad Esprejs Eniinea.
Main Street, Abtorin, Oregon.
I. W. GA SE,
TRANSACT": A OlKmii Bankiko Bcbiness.
Drattn drawn availahle In any par. of the D
8. and Europe, au4 on Hong Kong, China,
Office Honra: 10 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Odd Fellows Building, : Astoria, Oregon.
I. W. CASE,
German-American, New York City, N. Y.
I'uioa Fire and Marine, of New Zealand.
National Fire and Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Homo Mid Ius. Co., of San Francisco.
Plioeiiii, of London. I Imperial, of Loudon.
New York Plate Glass Ins. Co.
THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Acta us trustee for orporntloim and Individ
uala Deposits Holicited
interoiii will bo allowed ou bbvIiirh deposit
On ordinary savings h 10kg 4 per cent ier
On term pavings bookdGpcr cent, per annum.
On enrlilicates oi deposit:
Kor three months, 4 per cent, per annum.
For six months, 6 per cent, per annum.
For Iweivi; months, C per cent, per annum.
I. V. CASE President
J. Q. A. BOWI.BY Vice -President
FRANK PATTON Cashier
V. K. DEM ENT Secretary
I. W. Case, J. Q. A. Rowlliy, (lust Holmes,
C. U. Paeo, Heuj. Younir, A. 8. Keed.
THE PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK
OF 'PORTLAND. OIlHdON.
Paid up eapital ......OOO
Surplus and profits 00,000
ruAfiH DKKU31, rresmein.
D. P. THOMPSON, Vice-President
H. CBTUATION. Cashior
Astoria L..i1b No. 60, A. O. Ilk W.
EETS EVERY FRIDAY KVESINO AT
S o'clock in the. Odd Fellows' Hall. Ko-
journtne and ylsiliiur hrelliren cordially in
vited. J.T. ROliKRH, lieeorder.
Scandinavian Benevolent 3ooiety.
1LKGULAB MEETINGS OF THIS SOCIETY
at their rooms lu Pytlilan building at eljrist
o'eiiwk P. M.. ou the second h'jJ 'ourth Tues-
dayof each mnnih,
AUU. DANIEIJSON Beeretary.
Oooao Kncampmeit No. 13, 1. 0. 0. F
nEOfJLAU MEETINGS OF OCEAN EV
I campment. No. 13. 1. O. O. F., at the xidire.
In the Odd Fellows BulUlliur, at "even v. M
on the second and fourlli Koda;-h of iwui
month. Hejournlug hi-ethren cordially 'r-yitKil,
?iMna Butlauig Loaa iiisoomtlon
'si tr e sto v la it k I'.tm nos of ttt s arso-
I c': ri-i i-e l !d at v. M. on tpe first
W.1i.eu'ay of "sen in-nili Offiee oo Meinvlee
WK .::, of cheoana , r K(1HR
Km") AH MKjniNOS, FIRST asd
thiHI Tu.--la veiil!iyTiof eili mt!!b
;t S.-' -i-i. !.-.
-Tvrr! ''e.'rinjr tii hire matter : Mi urion
.jt M CimkwH. at 'any remilKr meel't tr m'li!
r.r"a-- lo 'll? Au-'Im-" -,w' 'lrk.
in r-r 'i.,r-''' H'- l-H.isr v-:;luv' iif'-ir fo tw
'!. v'f-i,-- tt-'-' xmiiKi
TSonrd r Mint Crtnmlsal rier.
will Ue held on the first Jlr.nrt.v, nf each
month at 10 a. in. at the office of Knlii ft l-ur
W. L ItOBS.eec
MASS MEETING OF SILVER MEN
Y ' .. .
Vigorous Spceclics liy Conscressman
Ncwlands and Others.
GREAT ENTHUSIASM DISPLAYED
The Kast and South Appealed to III
half of tli Whlvo iUelal-l'ui port of
Reno, Nov., July 15. A mass -meeting
in the Interest of silver was held here
tonight. Vigorous speeches were made
by Congressman F. G. Newlajnds of
Nevada, an1 others, and resolutions
adopted amid great enthusiasm- Tho
resolutions were constructed as fol
lows: "We appeal to the .people of
the east and south not to yield to the
scare which hus. been created designed
ly by thegold trust with a view of
stampeding the friends of silver- We
appeal to them to insist upon legisla
.ttoji which will free this nation from
financial dependence upon England,
which will secure to it legislation cre
ating a financia system of lta own that
will bring harmony with it to the debt
or nations and the sliver using nations,'
and make the United States the center
of the world."
THE SITUATION IN HONOLULU-
The Opposition to the Government
to Be Broken.
Honolulu, July 7. The celebration of
the Fourth of July; the capture of 20
out of 28 lepers in the valley of Kalar
lau In land af Kauai; the last full and
clear report on Hawaiian finance by
Minister Dameon the holding for trial
of two out of three of the conspirators,
are the foremost hapenlnga here since
the last mail up by the Wan-in.
The names of the conspirators held
are T. Walker and A. Clnclalr. E. C.
Crick was discharged. No further ar
rests will be made at present. The
royalists claim the arrests have not af
fected the ox- iien'3 cause,
but the jeneral opinion H
that they have bi-oken the back
of the opposition to the government.
The government Is quietly awaiting
some word from the United States
which will give a definite idea of what
Cleveland's intentions are. President
Dole said this morning that in case the
United States refused to do anything
that England waa the only available
source for and. A protectorate would
be considered only as a lost resort.
AN IMPORTANT DECISION-
Taeoma, July 15 In the case of
Dunston vs. the Northern Pacific Coal
Company, Judge Hanford today grant
ed non suit. The case grew out of the
Roslyn mine explosion of a year ago,
when fifty men were killed, and was
brought as a test. Judge Hanford says
from the evidence, the plaintiff tad
knowledge equally with that of the de
fendant, or .equal means of obtaining
knowledge of the existence of gas In
the seventh level, where the explosion
occurred. The plaintiff was assured
that all risks were incurrent to employ
ment, including tho negligent habits'
of fellow workers, unless it can be
shown that the employer failed to ex
ercise reasonable care in the selection
of servants. The decision Is very Im
portant, as many similar suits Involv
ing more than half a million dollar are
dependent upon it. ...
OPPOSED TO HEBREWS.
Berlin, July 15 The anti-Semitic
publisher, Hoeppner, i about to issue
books entitled "Die Judische Welther
Ischaft" and "Das Reutter Bureau,"
tracing the career of the Reutter tele
company and its connection with the
Wolff news bureau, with a view to
proving that these two news-gathering
concerns are linked together with the
object of furthering the Jewish aim
to control the world- The, author of
the books argues that the Berlin office
of the Reutter telegram company la a
source of don Brer to Germany, and
ought to be closed by the government.
Fan! Francisco, July 15 The dis
abled British steamer Eawnmore will
be a subject of litigation In the United
States courts. Libel has been filed In
the district court against the vessel by
Charles P- Dee, managing owner of
the steamer Weecott, and Albert Meyer,
of the steamer Emily. In the papers
filed the Bawnmore is said l' be worth
$150,000, but the value of her cargo Is
unknown. Her libelants wish to equal
ly divide the salvage, should the court
award It them.
Redondo,- Cal-, July 15 Vice-President
Stevenson and party, with a com
mittee from Lo Angeles and Ban Dl
eiro, arrived here this afternoon, and
were escorted to the Redondo Hotel
where they were served with lunch. On
leaving the dining room, the ladles of
the party were presented with' beauti
ful boquets of carnation: pinks, which
elicited expressions of surprise and
pleasure. The vice-president expressed
himself under many obligations for the
hospitality or ni reception-
THE CONVICTED CHOCTAW&
The Principal Chief Objects to Intor-
ference by the Government.
Woshlneton. July 15 Secretary Hoke
Snnth, of the Interior department to
day received a letter from Chief Jones,
of the Choctaw- nation, in which he
pointedly " expressed his views as to
the interference of the government in
the execution of the nine Indians sen
tenced to bo shot. He says there is no
law or constitutional provision! author
izing the principal chief of tho Choc
taw nation to commute or stay the
sentence of any one convicted of mur
der or sentenced to death under the
laws of the nation. "However," the
letter says, "as a result of your letter
and a conference with Colonel Falsson,
Indian inspector, I conferred with the
officials of the nation and arrived at
the conclusion that it would be ad
visable and polltlo to have the execu
tion of the aforesaid parties stayed by
the Judge of the court in which they
were sentenced- This of course will
leavs the grave question open, and will
afford the convicted parties no oppor
tunity to escape the merited ptlnlsh
inentv meted out to them- Notwith
standing: that self-government was
guaranteed us by the law, the United
States has three times in succession
interfered with, and obstructed the ad
ministration and execution of the law
However, being anxious and desirous
of fostering amicable and friendly re
lations with the United States, and to
ascertain where the line will be drawn,
when the United States will cease to
interfere with th e execution and ad
ministration of our laws, so we can
govern our selves Intelligently and feel
assured of the effective and moral sup
port of the United States, I concluded
to request the Judge of the aforesaid
court to stay the execution of the sen
tence until August 4th, so that the
fullest Investigation could be made by
you." - . ' -
GONE TO' CANADA.
St. Louis, Mo Juiy 15, The stock
holders of six building and loan associa
tions, known " ?s Western Union Nos.
1 to 6,wlth a capital $600,000,are each
alarmed. It has been discovered that
M, T. Bogard, secretary of all of them,
and one of the largest real estate
dealers of the city, has given warranty
deeds to all his property ,to a money
loaner who exacts a high rate, and has
departed. The stockholders .have ta
ken possession of hU books but th(-y
ar-i ro coirpll ated that It will be im
possible to uumsI them for a long
tin. Hi' Ivttrvas : --ly !.,000,
THE MONTEREY IN PORTLAND-
Portland, July 15. The coast defense
vessel Monterey arrived at 11 a. m
today. The reception committee headed
by the mayor of die oily met the vlalt
tor at the , mouth of the Willamette
and escorted her into the city. An
chorage was made Just above the steel
RUMORED TROUBLE IN EGYPT.
Valetta, Malta, July 15. The British
battleship Inflexible haa been ordered
to proceed Immediately to Alexandria,
Egypt. The reason for this hurried
order is not definitely, known, but It Is
rumored that it is owing to disturb
ances having broken out in Alexandria,
BLAZE IN FRESNO.
Fresno, Cal., July 15. -A tire broke
out m the Fresno flouring mills at 3 a.
m. The mills and west warehouse are
a total loss, valued at about 1100,000;
Insurance unknown. Th i Buckeye sti r e
and other buildings opposite are des
troyed. INDICTED FOR MURDER..
Union, Or., July 15 The grand Jury
now In session brought in an Indict
ment this morning against Daniel Tar
ter for murder in the first degree,
for killing his brother Robert, In Ea
gle Valley, this county.
BETRAYED HIS COLORS.
Buffalo, N. Y., July 15 Rev. Henry
A, Adams, formerly rector of St. Paul's
Episcopal church of thl city and later
of the Church of the Redeemer, New
York, has Joined the Roman Catholic
IT WAS THE GANGER'S DAUGH
TER. "What are we stopping so long at this
place for?" asked a passenger of the
guard at one of the sidings on the Mid
land line. "Well, you see, sir," res
ponded the guard, " its the ganger's
daughter; the engine driver's B-court-ing
her, and as he don't get no time
for love-making, he put on steam be
fore we gets here, and I allow him a
few minutes extra. It'a pleasant to
think of them young fo!k having a
chat together, and we shall put on
speed after this and get on to the next
station up to time, never fear." Dia
mond Fields Advertiser.
He Defeats a Stron. Field in liie Col
Y0 TAMBIEN GET3 .TEE GLORY
The Favorite llrvrr In the Usee, anil tho
ltetllng; 1'iilillc Lose Heavily- I lie
Makes Worth (rUO.OOO.
Washington Park, July 15 Ran
dolph won the money and Yo Tamiiieu
the glory in today's Columbus handi
cap, conceding seventeen pounds to the
winner of the greatest race ever run
in the west. Yo Tamblen was but
half a length behind at the finish, and
a length and a half away
came anoiher western, horse, Ray S,
who sus half a length in front of Lou
den, Illume was fifth, amd then fol
lowed the eastern horsee, Diablo and
Lamplighter. Michael came next, nnd
then Morello, carrying the public's
money and an injured Jockey, as well
as limping from his own hurts as the
result of stumbling in a false start
The Columbus handicap, one nnd three
sixteenths miles for . three-year-olds
and upward, was worth $2fi!000 to the
winner, $3,000 to the second and $2,000
to the third- The time wa 1:59 3-4.
WILL BE REFITTISD.
The Old Hartford to Be Again Put In
Cal., July 15 It seerm more
than probable that Admiral Far
ragut's old flagship, the Hartford, is to
be refitted and once more fly the com
mission pennajit from its main mast
The commandant at Mare Island navy
yard has received detailed plans amd
specifications for remodelling the rig
ging and refitting the vessel. An ex
amination of the engines and boilers of
the Hartford show them to be In ex
cellent condition, and with a few minor
repairs could be made ready for ser
vice op Short notice The masts PMI
and much of tho rigging was removed
from tho Hartford when she went out
of commission. The spars have been
examined and found in an excellent
state of preservation, and will be used
when the ship Is refitted, leaving her
practically the same ship as when she
went out of commission with the ex
ception of the battery, which will be
of modern guns.
EXCITEMENT IN KAVSAS CITY.
Kansas City, July :5-The Northnip
Bank Company closed il.i doors a the
result of a run eoiHeo, uiU on the clos
ing of the doors or -.no National 1'ank
of Kansas City. The bank lias a tr p
ltal of $100,000 iir.d li.Ll;iltleB of jan.,h0
It is believed depositors will ulilii.fitoly
be paid in full. The fuiln.-e 0'. the Na
tional Bank of Kansas City has also
precipitated a run on every National
bank In the city. All met every de
mand promptly and by noun tho ex
citement was practically over- The
savings bank Is not affected
"Vvlashln&ton, July 15 There is a
general concurrence among the officials
of the treasury department that) tho
financial situation has improved and
continues to Improve. So firm Is the
belief that a notification received
by the comptroller of currency this morn
ing that three more national bank.)
had failed, did not cause any serious
misgiving of a return to the critical
stage of the past several weeks.
THE SCHLESINGER CONCERN
Negaune, Mich., July 15. The Schlcs
Inger syndicate, the largest single Iron
ore producing concern in the world,
supposed to represent millions of Ger
man capital, is In trouble. Its property
here has been attached at the instance
of the Northwestern rallroud and lo
cal creditors. The syndicate owes a
large sum for labor. It to believed the
company will pull through all right-
HOTEL BURNED. -
Boise, Idaho, July 15. The Interstate
hotel at Nampa wa discovered to be
on fire about 3:30 this morning. It was
entirely consumed, nothing being saved
but the office and bar fixtures. The
guests generally lost all their personal
effects. The hotel belonged to Talley
and Coleman, who estimate their loss
at $16,000- It was insured for $11,683.
A PAYING MINE
Baker City, July 15 The Mable mine
near this city made the first cleanup
yesterday, and $S,100 im gold was real
lzed. For the last thirty hours It
payed four and one-half dollars per
minute, and this, with & two stamp
PRIVATE BANK FAILS.
Peoria, July 15, The private banking
house of Wm. Oberhouser closed Its
doors this afternoon. . It was one of
the oldest institutions In the city. It
has always oeen rerui Jed ns iinun in
substantial. No statement has been
made. An excited crowd is standing
around the bank.
The Naval Station Story not Yot Of
Was-hlngton, July 15. No official in
timation haa been, received by tlil K"V
erlnment of the intention of Ilulii to
establish a naval station on our
ooMtern const, with headquarters at
New York, but it is not doubted that
such is the case. It Is not believed that
the establishment of a Russian naval
station on our const Is of any warlike
import, but merely a part of a general
scheme for having convenient stations
In different parts of the globe. The
story is denied by the Russian consul
general at New York t'diy- It will
be several months bc-foie t!.cy. can
reach the Pacific, the necessity for
strengthening the naval force thero
having been made very appatent-
REAMES MAY ESCAPE
Victoria, B. C, July. 15 The Reames
case was argued today on a writ of
habeas cornus before Chle- Justice Beg-
ble, who remanded it for three days
for nroof that an extraditable crime
had been committed according to the
law of California. If it Is not ascer
tained that the crime was so committed
the Judge is likely to 'disehnrpe him.
SWEPT BY A GALE.
Omahn, July 15 Nebraska was
swept by a gala accompn)iled by heavy
rain. At Kearney two business blocks
were unroofed and many windows broken-
There was .no loss of life- The
damage Is estimated at $30,000.
HOT WAVE IN v-ilit-AGO
Chicago, July 15. There were slx
deaths from sunstroke In this city yes
terday and a dozen serious cases of
prostration. There were two death?,
from sunstroke so far today.
SEIZURE OF OPIUM.
Portland, July 15 The customs In
spectors seized forty cans of unstamped
opium on the steamer . Danube- this
afternoon. The opium was found In
the tool room.
GENERAL FELTON DEAD.
Washington, July 15 Brigadier-General
John C. Felton, retired, died at
his residence, the Soldier's 'iiome, near
this city thlB afternoon.
CHARGED WITH SMUGGLING.
Portland, Or., July 15. William Pun
bar was arrested today on a charge of
smuggling opium. He wna released on
FOUNDRY COMPAN? FAI..S
Chicago, July 15 The Boston Foun
dry Company made an ;is;i i '-.a u v
rV-v. As-stts, J17.',i)00; l'a-;' i io.
THE ARMY BILL FASSED.
Berlin, July 15. The Army bill pn.ssed
the Reichstag this afternoon by a ma
jority of 16 votes.
The experiments in smoking nmd can.
nlng salmon and sturgeon which Mr.
M. J- Kinney has had made in this city
have proven in every manner success,
ful, and there Is now no reason to
doubt that a now and important indus
try will be under full progress in a.
short time. Mr. Borchers, who has
charge of the work, thoroughly under
stands the art of packing and smoking
Hah, and the samples put up can safely
be said to excel anything simllnr to be
found on the . markets . of
tho country. Experiments will
also be made with sardines when
the season for those sweet lltle fih
arrives, and it 1 understood that Mr.
KlnnCy will engage in tho business on
an extensive scale. A more delicious
morsel would be difficult to find than
tho smoked salmon, and as a monop
oly of the business can be enjoyed here.
Astoria will most likely be widely ad
vertised a t" headquarters for the .
production of a new and most valuable
addition to the list of canned foods-
Times are never too hard to make
investments In which there is a clear
profit. An opirUinUy is all that Is
necessary, and the money Is always
forthcoming. This opportunity has
been presented to the public by Shan
ahan Bros, the well known and reli
able dry good honst. Tomorrow com
mences a great reduction snh, a re
duction sale in truth and In fact as
many of the ladles of Astoria will cer
tify, past experiences with other re
duction eales bring their proof. Grant
ing that time are hard everybody wl 1
surely purchase now to Bave the e
tra price they would pay other place"
Corne ln the roornlnjr, that you ma -not
be crowded In making your tv
LOOKINO OUT FOR SQUALLS.
Mr. Eostside When I come home
late, I always go to the kitchen first
nd strike a match.
Mr. Mi.Jfarlem What do you do that
Mr. Eostside To see, if the broom Is
in Us place In the corneer. If it ln't
I know what sort of a reception u In
store fir mo when I get up stair.--Texai