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BXCIUSIVE TELEGRAPH 1(5 PRESS REPORT.
VOL. XLIII, NO. 4G.
ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1894.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
The One Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers
506 aud 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OR.
We also call your attention to such things as -Camp Chairs,
Hammocks Fishing Tackle -Seaside Shovels and Buckets,
Cioqui't and Basaliall Goods. . .. .....
ins Kan saivanunajj neiugcca xjiuu
Trto San Francisco Under Arrest
CeasiUU OUU ui auu uuu, finn Francisco. August za. uenerui
Goods. i Antonio Ezeta. and his fellow refugees
.TrTATHTr,n T T.T-v are prisoners at ia.sf.uy.. amuum
GrIIl V IJN- & L.tL,tL,L. the tlnlted States dlEtriecoujWar
: HOT-ntncrai-"0""". " ty,rZZw de-
mills BOENTGEN, Proprietor.
The Senate Will irrobably Go
Into Session Today.
",,ure wjuoeiiueiiwBi jup CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATS.
would pe a ternnc loss or men in times j
ui w at , aim ;iiizd mc imLiuu. 1 mic,
or to make mere money compensation
Is an Inadequate atonement for euch
10 mane mere money compensation
an Inadequate atonement for euch
wrongs. :y '
- Tout committee doe3 not consider It
...... J Ml .1 4 1. T)n.it
i seems 10 oiuuu io ii
Sliow to be Nominated for
like smoke the ord:nary
kind of rlothea nt any rate.
We try to mako and sell dif- M0RE TAR,FF
ferent sort-Mho kind that Fifty Niufl Defective Carno,le Ar.
stand the wear and lear of nior Plates Discovered by the
t, : : 1: P., A r,l 1 . Tnvnutio-atintr Committee.. ....
j uiuuf jiuM-iuig j jjc, uuu ocii ...b ... . your committee aoe3 not consider it
. .11... 1 I. t ' ' nrlth'n that nA.tnna Adrift hA
t iem, too, at uuii-times-wnon " , , ' ... ; i C ,
' t criminal statutes, buti they do feel un- , ... D-.
-money IS-SCarcO prke3 ill Associated Press. der obligations to call the attention ArB0Clate'1
JVTfnU nnl TlnvnT' PTnfh- Washington, August 23. It is expect- of the public to the Importance of pro- New Orleans, A
- . . nemocrat c leaders ot tne teotlnir the Ives or our seamen find Nicaragua, leuur iu ih--
nig, FumiSlling GOOdS, senate that that a quorum will be in nation . by appropriate legislation de- Press, which arrived tonight, says.
XT to Tinrtfa tho senato tomorrow. Telegrams have nounclng as crimes all such acts ns the Shortly before noon on the ICth, a
Hata, OapS, XSOOla, heen rtoelved from senators ' saying frauds practiced upon the government most outrageous movement on the part
flhnfiS. TmnkS. ValiSSa. they expect to arrive before the next In connection with the armor plate and of the Nioaraguans was made public.
TIf TT T tlTH CJTnXT TT t t
ing a quorum. 4.1 a quorum Hypeo-ie wm ( aiju Diuii . i
Lindsay gets the ttoor, ne wiu no aouot
finish his speech before he allows
intarninttnn ' whfn the DOlflt Of
American who accepted the position of
judge, under tho Mosquito rule; II. C.
r T.,V, rnv.mnH u A TJ.-wl.ra.-,..
.hn i unf momi vuiucu ul -ut'diiv iillil u. iiiiinuii uuiiaio iiiuiaiii. uuiiii i uuiiiao. 4.1. n-. iiimhauu,
Biweuuca ciiivii uuk uv niouv i - i -
to transact minor business be- annually.., - John Taylor, at
fore the senate. It Is said by the Dem- 'The president remains firm in his Mosquito Creoles,
ocraMc leaders that an adjournment Purpose to let tne tarin dih oecome a tnese men naa Deen uetainea lor an ---- - -
will follow the action of the president 'aw without his signature, although hour or more, the Americans In the man i. j. u
on the tariff bill whether the speeches congress represented very strongly that neighborhood wero attracted by signs ne "al L""'-
we made or not, as nothing can hold should U not have the presidential ap- they made from t.he window. English """"
Arc apt to be incomplete if One Tans short the senators after tluxRla out of the Proval their position on the stump officers stationed on shore went to the
of reading matter. Let yourfirst thought .way. Z t7 "n a. a
he of cllOOsilig a liberal quailti'y Of it irum PAPERS SERVED AT LAST. become & law without the presidential der arrest
. i 1- J ttrto.Mri tmtll npift Mondav. and the Rent to tl
lllir K ( K. - , r. - nM,.nt.f au
TD3 can suvanonan neiuseco uiuusin
Ija noil irnnvuhanfinn in cnpli thinfrs na fflTiin diail'S.I Trtn Ran Francisco Under Arrest. , .
negle Company. Of the feature of
criminality Involved, Chairman Cum
mings says: "The frauds which the
onmmlttep hnve found, are worthv to
be caJled crimes. Tho servants of the " , . ., ,. .
Carnegie.1 company (whether with or beVeral AlUCVICanS ailtl Lngilall-
Increase their gntn, deliberately contin
ued for majiy months to commit acta
whose natural probable consequences
Xloro flvlnnna AllCllSt 23. A BlUOfleldB
nd Nicaragua, letter to tho Associated
HBssinin nmonir them beln Senators other material of warfare, and maklnir The greater part) of the troops were to
Mills, Morgan and Dubois. Senator such acts punishable in all persons who sail at 7 o'clock in the evening on the
Camden arrived today. Senator Du- commit them or aid in their commis-
bols, although a Republican, proDaoiy sion." , .
will Join tne otner Kepuoiicans in min
ing a quorum. If a quorum appears and
Wfljihlnirtnn Alionxt S3. SenatAr Hill
interruption, when the point of no expeots to be attorney in a case brought
quorum could bo made. The objection to test tho constitutionality of the in-
n DAn.ih1Qna A fnr-thor thp tn.rlfT come tax.
Ul IIIC 1H.IIUUUVI.I1U fc " " " --
discussion Is considered frivolous by From reports received at t.he state
the Democrats, and they say that they department, it appears the United
do not care to enter Into any agree- States Is. shipping to England carpets
ment that speeches shall not bo made valued at nearly half a million dollars
In order to transact minor business be- annually..
' HARD ON ANTHRACITE.
Kington, August 23notlg''l .j.,..-..
... v.j hwn corapromi" , umk .... w M,. nltea tnosui mnnder aiSo.
men Thrown Into Prison
this afternoon, the report of the cot
mlttee on platform and resolutions'.'....
presented. The reading of each .u.c
tlon was received with expressio , of
enthusiasm and when the endorsement
of Clevelands administration w:u read,
the convention broke loose. P legates
Jumped upon their seats, wr d their
hate, sticks, . and cheered v,;j'.ly for
fully a minute. Some com at was
made at the lack .-i which
the sectlota' . :b v .o the fund
ing bill was recelvtu.' '-rrlng the early
stage Of the convention every ant
railroad allusion was cheered to th
echo, but the expression of th conven
tion against the Southern Pacific seem
ed to have been modified today. . .
"DEMOClvU r;!-! ' - "W-9ULIST3.
Ten Candidates for Every Office at
Nebraska's Populist Conation.
Grand Island, August 23. T" Popu-
lcaraguanB wuo ub i'""""- list convention convenes uoiorrow.
ter part of the troops were to Tri0re are ten.' candidates for
o'clock In the evening on the piaee on the ticket. A full tlcke(
. .1 ............. .1 1 i n i o . . .1 . . . TT.II.J
The greater part of the troops were to Tr.ore are ten. candidates for every
sail at 7 o'clock In the evening on the piaoe on the ticket. A full tlckef fs to
Yula, the coasting steamer, and Minis- i,e named, and also for United fel-.tes
ter Madrlz decided to send with them senator. The probabilities are fyt
thjse persons whom he thought guilty they will nominate Congressman Br'f' ;
nf flrtner linrtn' the Nlcarasrudn flair, if ha uriil rnminrp hta connection w!tJ;i
Consul Hatch, the British represent- the Democratic party. If he Is nom
tlve, was sent for, and when he arrived natcd by the convention his election Is
he was locked In a room as a prisoner, practically assured. A committee of
The following persons were also ar- Democrats are trying to agree with tho
rested: Mr. Lampton. Henry Brown, p.miillst leaders on a ticket satlsfacto-
Mr. Lamipton, Henry Brown
shmon; Capt. Will Banks,
l who accepted the posltlo
million dollars Ingram, John Thomas, H. A Hodg
John Tavlor. and Geo. Hodgson.
an Englishman; Capt. Will Banks, the Ly to the 'Democrats. If this is done,
American who accepted tne position or they agree the Democratlo convention
Indue, under tho Mosauito rule: II. C. will mnko nn nominations.
BUDD MEN ARE JUBILANT.
San Francisco. August 23. Congress.
mn T .T Hpjirv wr. rp-nomlnated In
s represented very strongly that neighborhood wero attracted by signs the Fl,st t(" Flve
it not have the presidential ap- they made from the window. English fur governor will be presented to
their position on the stump officers stationed on shore went to the th convention tomorrow. J. H Budd
e embarrassed. Speaker. Crisp bullllng to learn the cause of Hatch's of B Mfurl,hiy-
ed this view. The bill cannot absence, and were told they were un- Santa Clara, Congressman Magulre. of
a law without the presidential der arrest A boat was immediately Francisco, D. A. Ostrum, of Tuba
oh until next Monday, and the sent to the English cruiser. Consul and Dennis Spencer, o Napa. The Bud 1
UUICU "v "r ' .' ' finn Fn.nrl.rn T. A O
become & law without the presidential der arrest A boat was Immediately " ' , ' . . ,
auoraph until next Monday, and the sent to the English cruiser. Consul and 9 Pencor. o Na. Tho Bud 1
adJournLnt of congress will hardly Zeolata. of the United States, was no- " S?T t BJl : Zn
take place before next Tuesday. t.fied. and caHed on Mad,1, The latter i ZJZ
Bald these persons were to go to the A .v, . . ,ni .
. . . . , . ,, ,-, , n ,,, the first ballot, and that he will get
Interior to stand trial. Consul Zeolata ' ....
., . v. . . v T,i.j csi. OVer 4UV votes, aJJ P1i1B liecraaiuj i
snnt a dlsnatch to the United Slates . .
i mien .'"! 1 1 " 'i . tih nntENT.
by the keg or Dome
prompt attention. 1(rpnHn thecity for this celebrated beer,
I am the only authorized agent in the city - t orders
and families wishing prompt at ent.on ggjV-BOBNTtiEN.
..i .nri nr hV m3K
with me eicner w vt -j '
VOU CAN GET AFWT CLASS OT l H
WOWS HE TIME TO PROCURE A .
lAot to Build a Home, tor
oMrPfn of Choice
1 lie f. a-"
olumbia - River Salmon
. nnd Locations.
' " on, nd the dcpannicu. American
r., i... compromisea ut - - unioaaeu. thogo
Etlce nau - yal authon- h new bill, nowevu.,
iTrarranw. transporta- . but none snai.
rshal and his deputies Accordlng to Utb
tlon w mfl,shal refuseo hibltion whicn u
to O. " but Dr. calderon. W ctauMt applies to "TV nthraclU
to cnu.r - - "g Salvadorean gov- , the paragrapn, .--- -
ni consul of the ban u.tinn v,.h wa intended to ne
,ty cun , - taken out t0 tne. nlhracite cannot uc
States -" then earned Into uropERTY
mineton, w- . . 4 .,n fnvlKINlE'i,' --
thnueht tnat iu..."---
haV. n- v . . Tnflore . . ol Th noruu:'
ic ' in , taken ceiw - Mmn a. AUS"""- ... .
tbe refugees w17- warrant9 fori yer9 nave filed wltn t -,
Morrow. wno " 1U begin the pro- P"," ..i ot equalization a protest
vi.v. . i.,v l 6B , mloy 1 "
be triten r - leB tne v.- . lg the proper y
cf the Unltea hfiVe ot
lie lands they claim -"--" .....
' ...OTW JTCQ TH Ueen patented to hem . - - -
' sea Vessels Expect to 9tm in the nanus ut "
Tha- "l.ftljThls Season. of a mllllonacresJrThurst
ACAINST THE RAILROADS.
TZTLl ,iinnatoh from
London. August . gter
SUanghat says ne uown .
to Corea anese government
eountrymen -Ynot a contraband
declared that rice t Chinese.'
Nominees t" tau. b ,,,,. The American
Pacino Extension. hftS proved a lure.J
san Franc,sco.Tu7ust M-The Den, TJiS '
S. -te t,n - at JJ-, natlv8
10:30 today. organization ponty-
port, ana - fom endorsc8 county. rT-T..
was ieo. presldent Cleve- OBLIGATION TO l"u-
hgStSSe people upon the Manager
land, congratui opfin Chicago. August ZJ
fact tnat " . ,. Dnrty and gt. John, of tne rtu.? He
L ley. r
Booth A-I'Co vs-oria....
j. 0. lUnthow & Co.
J, Q MeglBtSCJ.
tl.her.scn'. PS Co- A.'-orU-
ll Jolm A. Uevlln.
I lllack Diamond.
I I tfalVllpUfc ......
( E"icur Palm .
iOJ lCHI -
tag, St. Gtforge...
A. B'Mth & Sons .
Cutting rkgOo- Frandco
Elmore, Sanborn. ,torlft.-.
J. O. Hanthoro I Astoria .
J.G. Meglel ... Bioosnwu -
Mat- r-. Press.) paid THE MILITIA,
ic iorresponaemce - , . 23. The . -rh wavment
' S IndiapoHs Aut.. fluty
TTidted . the Ikhring or tne rallroad
-pntie cuwef a. careful during t" n0
-a .Sr'-'.H.JT wS which to meetl
-pnrr.h lor u have avatia . and the
. TomPS Alien. . .. . .,n,nns 01 in "'
wj.allne' : nlv (race tne . . . ,, nnte for tne
"tfounaanycf hem. der t,. governor gav. bank8 ad-
of the .foutac w--. bark, amount nVnor MatthewB
longlns to one ot ,slanis
TllH U.M.V. f
PP08lTucrof aTew P naed Dem- the strike e? mpelied
the nduc0'ntlai measure of tariff was asked It th "DrJ,man. on all
ocrats a the platform hl, company to haul Pulim
reform has been en fl Commls- passenger trains. hQul
p,edges nominees for wjlro No waa the .w W and
sloners to reduce number pullman8 on any tealn. we ch
I - ihlMdiA
Saturaay cvv'y -a ...
Wm. El nor Johns
Xsto Parlor Theater. ;
The auf-Vrlties . ma Sca
have flnish'id killing "
aon. after killing l5,ow. . nave
ers. comprising the sea. report
I n cleared fi-om Unalaska.. t
having killed from 400 to . hooner
Piiroute to unaiN - ftfter
. tn - Uoot l.MHJ I
expecu to o ' thll rpe!
in mist 1. t u -r
August .,0 7kooO and
will Uke uei""
.ls this year. " . ask
Orders were -seea
AuBust U for the Concord I. Pro
to China at o abo.nt
pects to sail
amount, . - -MatthewB
vanced the money that th0
tion at tne '1C -
ln5IfP,ZIed to congress X Wl oppose chlca(fo, A-JJg ae.
anyIfa Lmpt and vote against any b who entered the
the time for payment to the flanoe ot the exu ay
i.".r;;:nt 0t the p. . through o r: ;- be
, .t vnr and vote lor a P(llt Townscnu, v.pna,.se
they naa nu "--- turn home,
be their portlhjntheyreiu
THE CARNEGIE FRAUDS.
arrw.fMB COURT NOMINATIONS.
Ban Francisco, August
lowing """ """",. tng Wrm.
rt justices , u .- - R Mur.
jackson Bridgeford, of
pbyi rtorx conventlon then sd-
wr.AVT BANK RESERVE.
'. ' Tork AusT23.-The Evening
post's d rnetur;; of today broke all
Tbe bur returns JUMOi.
records. xn '7;- u)Uon 0, 3.339.400,
000. M"1 1,1 . II. pk of 739.H-
measure to forec.u . ;-;-
Uen of the lo""-" T" hv ,he KOv-
ad to have tnem -
emment and . tntereBt of
highways for tne yote for
the people anu .ffeetttate
all legislation ii--w -
crMATORS WERE NOTIFIED.
. Z -nThere were
Washington. -- n
about fifty member i on J,
these ends." ' u m the y" tmrty.flve senators
.With reference to the sliver P up t0 12.30, on,y rgeant-at-arms
It faVor. the ret.reme.t jf a jo we P Jhe
telegraphed to at-
. i.,i,.fini medium. I . , jitplv.
i.nton of 1100, in arut-T
rauon ot ,.,itin medium.
t0 , full use " mnU ot
" vor lne reu"c" ' , V,th
"thr'givTngtH metal, such
recognition as they enjoyed prio ' to tb.
. TT!.... u wm. E.
Cincinnati wa. elected com
Bundy, of Clncinna ,
-nr'-,nKnoxC .Ue "le. was
erans . Knoxvii , mecUng.
chosen a tne ne
. 91 Representa'
committee on naval aal j P
today a P"-' ; . w,let8 fur-
J trmor yiavw
vestigau"" - - . Cornpany.
rhed oy tr of
traua commfinds tnat r-- pernor.
WBe that snou.u or.IOT , -
only method o provu. .t ,- DrpOB HARCOCRTS u...
nAHON FOR GOVERNOR.
a n August 23.-The Re
nVT' My nominated C. H
0.iD, V the re -LWl
Mr Johns 10U.18 1 itt ,..v- V'VF.SLW iDUtai
,d of proving
wr tne KUm
unfitness. - ,.n, but no
spectlon na. " . utK. the
charge 01 "
inspectors ha. W en
It U a" iUDer,ntetJd-
: i tt. 8. Har-
Portiand. Or., a ' ,hf)t
rt. of the SlVed Edward, this
n,T ' pffect. Harcourt
inspectors. na, w en I a eirect. Harcourt
' ADSOlWSElif Pica
.1 . .1
; J th. -nterUium Jtit
August 2i tb-