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-TROUBLE IN HA WAIL"
A m- h
and New Authorities Clash
' Admission of Chinese.
' To the Alaska BillMn
Mr. Tongue Proposes a
To Compel the Titadwell Mine
Whisky Dealers to Pay a
r : License.
WASHINGTON, Jan, 4, Represent
ative TlW II. Tongue, of Orl
has Trefared an amendment t
bill for the : coU-'flcation of the
ka, now trending in the house,
vjuins lor the Ui-t-m-iDir or
Ear.iin IntMioexrt rouivrnH in tlte
ory." and; oeciallv the ILjtmr
n-t Mir. "rtiijutf sa;ys tba.t
TV-adwipll mine jje not p;tv
thlnsr fn the jrix of taxes to
support of -the terrhorial institutions,
oI tiufL from the region surrdnnd
Ingr Jttneau. about $H,tkKKiO in fgohl
in prodoced annually, aud duieri not
.contribute: one eent to the igofern
fnent. , ' I
Tne jrefnt arrangernents conl'ern
Iiis li'juor. he decliresf A cornij'lns
w;lety. " So ofticer can prosecute linos
irno ure-feinnz llunor wltuout bens;
ostracized !bv the reople In the) ter
ritory. nhi the lio.uor that Ik i kld.
Ia)'4 no re'enue It is iatroduck$l In
tiie . territotv bv b?hif .hlppedi lit
bond to Iake I fen not t. and smu'sfgl'd
Ijrtek into Alaska. Sim h litjtior as t1at
thero- i) ue'bf the 'very worst Mind,
feitiff adnlteratefl. he ays, to are ex-'
tent, unknown- ol--.vhere. . I
Senator LPerklns- tried to hate a
kiibilar ' inienduient liiebrp4raitr lo
e ireiieral Alaskan . tall. li!vh p-
u tne settate last, year, out it waa
. ALASKA MINERALS.
Vashlnxton. Jan. 4-In' a perrlnaJ
letter, retvived here tofciy.' Survwor
inrtral- WSJUmn U Dn"t;n, of Ala:
k:t. spcak.4.iif the mineral, outlook of
tliat.terrHAry as follows: "
"The N .gvmvrn 1 fontnsus f op
that Alaska will yet astonish
w frl! . wftli!
I.er :ninfal wealth
will be jrrat''in thTs
devt'iopwent, of -i
(Me sho'ul 1 be r
oooopc opooooocoocoo oct
it? OUR HEN'S
ACKINTGSli ES P 1. .45
THAT $3.65 ALL
Wil-IJkebp vou: drv
Onli x of those ALI-t'O04 COVERT CLOTH BOX
left.. Better get bnl at
BEFORE THEY'RE A
iew kite ieSclT,
I u 000000000
RE AS H. I LB ABO r Manager,
88 State St,, next 6ohr
Sam Francisco, Jn. 3-t-TIe steamer
Australia,, from Honolulu, brings tbi?
following' .fiJ vices to the. Associated
PressT : -;-' : . - .'
A ereat deal of trouble I expected
litre over the, question of the admis
sion "of Chinese. The supreme conct
has orderd the landing of a. large
cviMuer!', of Celestials, 'i and 'Sperial
Aveut Brown ,1 ut a los to kflow
what to do In' the premises. He has
applied to the adnuoistratlonVor iu
tiriK:ihm. V i I - -
SWdRD FOR DEWEY,
ful BteVe Prepared'
"Hero of Manila. ;
New ork. Jan. 4. Tlw sword of
Jo nor to be presented to Itear Adtnlfal
Oeo. W. jlweri is a national reeoil-
nition of his .victory at Manila, has
been completed! br Tiffiny. &. Co..' ahd
-wiU be shipped! to" AVashinsrton Stftur-
day. .The sword .is of 22-karat - cold,
.iwi.th the exception of the blade, and the
J body of the acabbard. whlcb are made
jof the finest steel. .Shark skin is' also
. usiv ai iue grip, anu nainonas are
; used profusely tin it ornanlentation. .
A FAST CRUISER.
'.Built in jSnn FraUfix) for the Jajjun
': j "ee Goreiouient, ' f,
c Santa iBsirt-ara, Cat.. Jan.1 3. The
iinttHr ted cruiser ClUtoe. built by .the
Uiiion Iron Workf , San "rancisco.
fr tle Jaflame jroyemirent, mode a,
s4x hours run over- tl course, in
Sjinta Barltara chanewl today, creraj;-.
ins -21.4S ktots :r iur. where -4xu
are reamrwi. ani 5eyetoifngi;
maximum speed of .'UiS ndF natur
al dratbt.' ' ;aVT .-..,
- WOOL BOX COAT
TCH THIS SPA CE.
t tJ I
- ' CJ
)o Ladd 8i Bush Bank.
A Schooner Abandoned
' Off the Coliimbia :
Work" and Suffering
The Vessel, Coal Laden from Seattle.,
Went Down iu Terrific Storm
-One Man Lost. ''
ASTORIA, Or., Jan. 3. Tiie British
bark Galgate, Captaih Grifflthi arriyed
In today, bavins o& board Captain .
Jgrkkson i and fourteen of the . ship
wicekedl crew of the steam schooner-
Protection, which ; foundered thirty
miles off ', the mouth of the Columbia at
4 o'clock' on the)morning of January
l$t. " y '
The Protection left Seattle Decemr
ber J9th'with 300 tons of coal for San
Francisco. The weather was fine until
approaching the mouth of tb Colum
bia, when a heavy soutlKWt- Bale
sprang The Protection Was fteam-
iua: uiljr a slow belh and the sea was
ruitifning very beavjf , washing ithe ves
sel fore and aft. 'On the' morning of
Saturday. December 31st. Chief En
gineer Moores reported the ship leak
ing and the pump were immediately
iha nned. The water -in five ; Tessel's
hold, xya found to be paining on the
pomps. which were becomlns choked
with slack coal. Theale Increased in
fury, and the stemf r roIlel - and
pitched heavily. Iti wa determined tof
jettison the carjro. and about tl v
tons of coal was discharged fivin
'tween decks. 'I
FJBKlinfir . that tne water steadily
pained all hands were again ordered to
the pumps. The men remained at them
all-Saturday night and towards mora--i
ng five feet ' of j witer-wai din-oetHt
in the hold, and the steamer" appeared
toj be sinking. The vessel was listing
lrt starlioard, and lier a tern .was seen
to lie fast iroing down. Huge, waves
continually' swept over her. forward
af t.,ad-CaptalBErickoa-a that
her doom .was sealed. f
"At 4 o'clock oq tle. morning hi Jan-ti.-iry
lf, the lifeboats were prlerei
iowerel. Second Assistant Engineer
Carvy, while' enga?e-I hi the"1- -wotkl
was trn"k by the w!n?inff of otie of.
the. -tiots, and,knockel overboaUtl andj
drowned. In , the darkns's no as-is.-th("e
couljl le renderel tiie unfortu
nate man. . After -aiueh difficulty the
lifeboats weret laiiinvbed and the steam-
wSyiiliandoned. FirstOtlloer .iif
had charge of one and Captain
l.rjr k.son i Commliiilrt ' the" Wher.;life-
bit. s-v-ii men w ent into! rach .Itoat'.
lae lKiats were; 'supplied Hvith water.
ttHat and crackers. bj:t tlie tatter wyrt-
urss. as xney soori cot wet. ,
. The Loats were 'able to keep cloe to
gether during the lay. The'; fjAtni oflt-
tiiUHii. aii'l tMtjt' mile ix'a.lwViy could
t Ik m.Hle lowartli lu land. TlienreTr
b offered, terribly f lorn the etihT, las tiiev
hfHjl saved notion 3 ifiom the sinkiu
steamer nut tne clothes tiy uad; on.
A the Ikmis pulUMl -la way the Probe
tioti . -yft.s Anlsoring In! a heavy ea. f-Slie
still em.iined afloat, during the hilf
hottry" before she wis lot to view.
Captain Eriekson , and First. Officer
Grlrnn agreed to steer on a certain
eou: during the nlsht. but the two
bdats .scon separated 'after : darkness
setjiKand vere lost to view. : i
The cold 1 was intense anY some of
th men in Captain- Eriekstn' . tat
wefe growing weak. I During the night
the second', officer' fell overlxard from
the boat. anl. leingexhauitel.; would
have drowned had not Captain Erick-
' f-rn saved him. The! man laru'own 1n
the boat,, lirtip and almost i lifeless.
Shortly -after daylight" a , sail' "was
sighted, which proved to be the bark
Sate, which picked them up.
DEWEY IS BUSY.
Is in iXo Hurry to Return fo the
United' States. i,,
Cliicago. Jan. 4. General Merrltt Is
autbority for 4he statement that ' .Vi
to the United States.F
"In fact, he distinctly tokl me as
mneh when I .was inj .tbe Philippine3.'
said General Merritjt today. "Upon
ooei occasion when the administratiott
intimated hat it w.okild findriiig"prei
ence in this country, pgreeable, the ad
miral s.i:d ifthe presidtnt would ex
cuse blm-tie worikl iTke to be a!loweI
to-reniain at bisj station.
' General Merritt denied the report
J that tlK-re had been: a clash Ietween
the army and naval officials In th
Philippines . ... '!; ' ' v -'f
A RECORD BREAKER.
Kew York. Jan. 4-t-Today has leen
a rifeosd breaker In the .-New oik
f-clcsiriisg iho'jte. both jin the -ftmount of
cTchlPfrps and the unssnittwle tnt the
balances,.:.: The: holiest former ex-'-Vinsrr's
Iwere brokeu iby about $JO,000,i
having Iw-en 1 S513,U.i.tfe. ! ' n
sga:!n !S;?a.O00.0O0. the h'ff:-ist l cxi
-i5ct"E-: Heretofore plat-cd ou record.
The balances ere 17.I.W. i ar
Senator Perkins Wants
From the California Law-
As to His JFntnre Conrse-Onay' Has
the Caucus Nomination for Sen
ator Iu Pennsylvania.
SACRAMEXTO; Cal., W 3.-1When
was called to
order today a
communication wfrs received, 'from
United States" Senator Perkins, In
which lie asked instructions from the
senate on the pending question of ler
ritorial expansion. He expressed him
self as coufident .that this question is
of more importance to the welfare of
the country, than ,is any problem that
has arisen during the present genera
tion. " He stated that. , in t$e absence
of instructton from the legislature of
California, he will vote to amend por
tion seven of the treaty I which pro
vides for the payment of f20.(HWMM)0
for the relinquishment of Spain's1 sovf
ereiguty or her Interests in the. Phil
ippine islands. He Is of the opinion
that the United States requires only a
military station, and a naval and coal
ing station In the Islands, j Further. It
seems to him. that to acquire territory,
in the island! or on the Asiatic Voast
is- contrary to" the spirit ofj
Ilarrisburg. Pa.. y,d- 3: Id" the re
publican caacus forUnitel States sen
ator tonight SeuatorQuay received the
vos of lOi of tbeylW repuldicans of
the legislature. One hundred and
tw-ny-e;ght is a majority of the entire
legislature, and the anti-Quay men
claim, he Afinol be elected.1'' '
'Senator Quay made this statement at
midnight: i "I am entirely satistied,
with-tlie resuit'of tonight's caucus. A
number ofrrhejnemIers. of the leglsia
ture. who rdBw-agree to enter t lie
caucus tonight, .have Ssured, me of-
their cordial sunrrt when ! thtrassein -
nitetsiu Joint convention. These
votes wilPFiiTnore than sntfieient to
eieer me. lam absoiutety-eouUdent ; ot
my success."- . 'j ;
failed .to oim;.vm.i:.
D .v. r. ;Jan. 3. For thej
time in the History or-itu
pK't'e-organSza'tkHi of the.
islatuw n as ct effeptti
tnte ,i com-'111
but t he Ihoitse
senat organizHkat nn.
t-onld iH't :i:'Kf. on acvounf j
lleans, and - the uhionxruimcans. or
.'.rtlVRff liH ft l "I ..lllli.llii'li i-l
thv house, was Jiostponed until tpmor,
tw. ' : i -
' J The
: ' .
At sreatly altered prleesj a line of
all wool a ixi cotton Hosiery wrtb
15 and 20c
by 2 libs.
i Qtuidrnplet knees
l eels snd
wearing bosei ev
er. E3iaJe; special
- ' i ' r- 1
I rin s j
MONEY BACK IF EVERY ARTICLE IS NOT AS
. 71 ' t?i
in Ratines t
8 l-Sc, 10c,
Worth t:! the
AN ON THE STUMP
HE DISCUSSED THE AXXUXATD'y
And Opposes ; the Entrlish Colonial.
System Independence for Cuba
and the Philippines.
: . 4
r Brjan addressed an immense andl7j4udlus aQ mllelli ,n the case or Wrn,
erne here tonicht. 'f l)iKhing pn the A. E. Moore,-who . I was eun-d t -question
of annexation, Hryau ald: nineten j1-ara ituprisonmeut -.for M
ine nartv wuwii as tnjinsio
oppose the. gold standard because lit
waawTon' oueuc w w great n ugu
to oppoe the English .l nhil sys-
ban bev&use it is , wrong. It IS astoii-
inning mat any nan uvtng in itns ag
of the workl, llvfng lo tlte jUtuteJ
States, should uphold the duett lues of
eurlnjr land bv endnest-
I say, give independence to - t ue
pw ple of Cubai not lecause we protn-
1m d it i them Iwtt tMeaii5et theyj
roi't'ui lor nj auu nave a nsMi w ti
whether' we immnised it or Dot Why
-an not we apply the same principle
to the rruliooines? vhy should we
ptirctwise the title to thene Philippines
tna Snai.nV i We djehwe that Sii.i.n
did not have ahy title -to Cula. When
I. bur tiie Phlliipkies 1 want to dear
directiy whh tluttC aud 1 want to
oav more than xzm apiece tor
them. , . ' ' ' ; . . . - : j
The democratk state wntral com-.
TOittee tonight declared itself for the
Chicasro Tviatfonn ,and for wm. J.
Bryan. Bryan M present and
thanked the coromitte for the person-
al cou.pilDioiit atd emgra.uiatet the
oiiranlzatton on its decii ration In fav
or of free and unlitnlnd coinage.
The 'adoption ot reHoiutions -n-
dirndna silver and Bryao by a niun-
trr-oiis vote was something o' '..or-
nrlse. Tor It was exreet-d several
D'inbRri of the corornltte with lea-n-
iuM to the srokl standard would op-j
we Htiy deilaratlonin favor of the;
Platform of VpXi. : . :';.
Call J Conaressitiah-Elect.
Roberts a Violator of Itw. ,
la.i Jan. ..4. The Lamoni
the ."Josephite" clnircli of
the Lttler Day Saints. Jn Us regular
.session. adoitel a 'retfutUuC wnsurlng
"rSMijxsman-elect '.ftUiert, of Utah.
-l.Mas ..avftrtaiot.iot-Jaifrr.and a" practical
JH)lygamist," ad"tbihigd bis 1-
st-an in eiuixe.. -j. ini.i"i"
was earrietl bV a" vote of sven,rren to
.' fottrtren. . regardless bf the. ad vice t-f-
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impost ie .w ign. w.tnejv.iaii ..r.: . v .-
.itiie Tulitt4-mat no yniu'wr u iu n
; tfutKnitted Wgit iRoN-rts. is a violator
j the law
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J Wm. Porter. ho t
ville. ls,.rfTKtrtnl er
eshlcN rear Ann
greatest and crrandest and
Evervthinsr in our lirie of JACKETS, CAPES,
COLLARETTES. MACKiaTOKHJfcS and
SUITS redacetl nethird. AU marked' in.
One price tb all. , , ; . M ' f. ;:
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Read these important bargain
Kiqt GLOVES. t
LINENS ANP NAPKINS.
i . -'.-at
T1iee gx'd will gonultkly.
pav you to Investigate.
and Shawlsj. . ' . ;
At wJrt tiiat makes every purs
chase; a saving of ,29 per cent.: i
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lUfJ.'f I'll g.HHl jut
Is'.. I :f
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iVASA OF THE MOOHES
fRIES FO h.v A Jl . A PP A L.
Tba Woman Still in Jail, ,?Wsh a
' llntion for tier tfeleasA ot ..l 1 '
, Ball Was Made.
ieryj extortion and iuultvin tiu tirst
. degree!, was - -argued before Justtica
Mt m the supreme court today, rlhi
decision was reserved.i r I .
Mr. Levy appeared before Recorder
lion: ( today, and argued a motion
- . the . release of Mra. Moore' on
.The decision- was reserved,
.;A; BIG CXXVTKAct.
CSItle for-4he UnltJ!i SfcatcV
; k 'Army;. in j iuoa.
W orth. Tex.. Jan. 14 .-Jnho
Simpson, president o'f thC Fort Worth
stock yards, today" closed a coot fact
with the goverhuient to furnish mm
beef cattle weekly: for the ! United
stales army in Cuba, 1 3'- :
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Reorganization" . Has
( .jUpon by Bond
-' Chicasro. Jan, 4. A
bureau soys todav:
Been ' Decided
it is learned front a prominent mem
ler of Ue first mortgage committee,
that : three ' couiiidttees luie Jtie.tl
upon the rcorgablzatiori of th ("-utrat
IVtiiic. It la the inteiklon of tiie ln
teretei parties to -sw about
tou.oJO four. ier cent ((oud ' - ',
TOO" MUCiriWHISKEY.-Tte co-i
oner's Inquest; over the , remains of
Tiwumaa ebter. who was f itnd d ad:
near Champoeg a few- d;iys ago. de!
vHotWMl the fct that dee. tMl, tn eom
racyl with, a butcher named .. Fred
Ssnith, liad ben on n qree atCham
ne on the; night preceding, his de.it h.
atid i tJie way Iwme had fallen oil
a narrpwi roadway lrt- n, ystr atui
nhere le btN-ame; thoroushlv drent-l.e'P
Ijinh-; hi fell Uo k Wire hwe. and
finally uanaged to ross a fiel I, going;
ii the ! direct ion ofj his home, j vherV
after Ulitj'bins a pdt fen he ivll.
It wts RiOMMise4; hejdJed here'fjK the
effects ofll his spree iin l the exttosuro
oc.4ot!ed by falling- ln'o the Ice-cola
water. I TJr i -coin.ners I ttiry.- cAirctio.ie t
f-f A ' J tie (foremanli, Vm. .VVlggin -
in siMitn. v. AJJexcr a- Api'tt
ct.d W; WeTigouroth.l decided that lid
fiinto.to hs destth us. a result, of ex 1
ir..-nre ..IcjiiiiK'ti l.y to nu.h. v,hdt,ei'i
Deyesiseil i has no! relatltCH. and very .
blue proj rty. his Iioiikb standing on
land wnd hv jlofen Ar .am.
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We Have Turned I Prices
anPSY-TUI(VV IN out:
I. SUITS. j... .124
si.tj si Its. . . i. !.,..!.;... . .$kmcv
JH2-VI suirs . .$ op.-
: 1 PICK THE' PLTJMfL . j
The values are tcuiptlpg.
' A !- i ' r ' . ' ! 'I.'. i - :-: -:i
for a sli'ov-windfiiriuU of
liirts riju)nr $1.25 aib
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