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VOL.XXX1V, iQ 42.
A STORT A, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY HI. 1890.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Sandy Oils Again CouYictel or Mur-
4er in tie First Degree.
vi:i:cict:n .v;.i: imavi: itirr.it.
Sax Fkancisco. Feb. IS. -Word
was received hero yesterday that the
schooner Rosalind had kiio ashore
three miles north of the Ili;jiie Hivcr
and wis a total loss. She left here on
January 2 th for Coos Hay to return
with a ear-:) ot lumi.v for
the Simp-son Lumber eo:u:a J- 'i'lie
schooner wis m command of Capt
L A. Ballister pari owner. The ves
sel went ashore in a gale on .January
2 Uli, three da s after she sailed. The
crow, tn in number, iok to the boats
and reached shore safely. Subsequent
trips were made to the stranded ves
sel, and everything of value which
riTil.l 1m romoved was taken olT.
The men were sent to Jiogue river
with a letter from the captain appris
ing his partuers of the loss of the
schooner. The letter was forwarded
to tilts citv from EllensbnTg.
The Rosalind was a schooner ot
25&3G rto-w tonnage, length 132 feet,
breadth of beam 32 G-10 feet and depth
of hold!) .1-10. She was built at Port
Blakelv Wash, in 18). Simpson
Bros, wore handling the vessel for the
estate of Thomas Walsh, which owned
the largest iortion of her.
A Ilrradrul AcciJcnl.
Pnim.iKi). Or. Feb. 18. Mrs. Hans
Hanson was frightfully burned this
morning by an explosion of a
three pound can of powder,
which had leen placed near
the stove. Her face and hands were
much disfigured and the attendant
physicians say her life is in danger.
IHl.hthcria iii East Portland.
Evst FoimASD, Feb. 18. There
aro a large number of case of diph
theria in this city.
swampers to clear the roads if possi
ble, of snow and fallen trees.
Telegraph wires are being frequent
ly grounded and broken and need
Very little water is in the streams
owing to choking snow.
AH IMPORTANT ARREST.
, deeply concerned on
account of his
TIic Silver IUII.
Washington, Feb. 18. At a meet
ing of the senate finance committee
to-day, various silver and currency
bills," which have been referred to it,
were under consideration, xua uis
enssion covered the whole range of
the federal situation, but the silver
question was the principal topic.
All the llepublican members
of the committee were present,
and Harris and Vance of the minority.
The discussion is said to have demon
strated that there was little if any va
riance of views on the manner in which
the silver question should be treated.
There was practically an agree
ment that the bill should be paed
authorizing the secretary of the treas-
urv to increase t lie purchase ot suer,
store it as bullion, and issue certifi
cates upon it. It is expected that Uie
detailed bill covering these proposi
tions will be drafted at the next meet
ing of the committee.
Washington, Feb. 18. 1 n the house
Morrow, of California, from the appro
priation committee, reported the pen
sion appropriation bill. It was re
ferred to the commitlc of the whole.
The speaker laid before the house a
message from the president transmit
ting without comment a communica
tion from the interior department pro
posing the amendment to the act
providing for alolmenis of lands in
severalty to Indians.
The following bill w:is reported back
and placed on the calendar: Provid
ing for the admission of the state of
Idaho into the union. At the close of
the morning business the senate
proceeded to executive session.
Fresli Light Exjcclel to te Thrown j
On tte Cronin Mirier.
cAiir.r.c.itAiis mow KUitovi:.
The Son To He Tardontd.
Paris. Feb. 18. The Herald says
i that President Carnot has decided to
pardon the Duke ot Orleans and send
him under an escort to the frontier.
THE HOSPAREIL WINS.
Jact Dempsey Knocts tie Anstra
A Suit For Damages.
Poktlvnd, Feb, ia The suit or D.
W. Balston, against the Portland and
Willamette Valley Baihvay company,
is on trial in Judge Shattuck's court
to-day. The plaintiff alleges that "while
riding on one or defendant's trains
near Oswego in March, 1SSS, an acci
dent occurred to him, the effect being
the injuring of his body, for which he
asks damages in the sum of $11,250.
Knnnln? from the A) or and oe.
Poutland. Feb. IS. Senators
Thornton. Baker, Hennessy and
Becker, the rusticating Democratic
statesmen of Montana, arc still in the
city enjoying themselves in a quiet
anil rational way.
Chicago. Feb. 18 The Times says
that the police made a mysterious
capture last night, and although they
gave no information it is believed that
they have secured the noted Cronin
suspect "Cooney the Fox.'' The
police deny that the man is '-Cooney
the Fox," but decline to say who he is,
but admit that he is one or the Cronin
It is sunnised that he is Simonds,
the man who bought the trunk in
which Dr. Cronm's body was carried
from the Carlson cottage. It is now
said that the man is an even more
imiKirtant personage so far as the state
is concerned than Cooney. and that it
promises to result in the complete un
ravelling or the uronin mystery
The man arrested is supposed to be
Smith, the fiend, a friend or Dan
Coughlnu, who came from Hancock,
Mich., and is the man who is believed
to have driven the white horse with
Dr. Cronin to his death, in the Carlson
The arrest was made at Little II xk.
The chier of police says that the
man arrested in connection with the
Cronin case is .1. B. Kelly, a Chicago
book canvasser, otherwise known as
.1. 11. Simonds. alias "Smith." He has
consented to return without a lequisi-
tion and it is understood he will make
a rail confession.
A Denial From The 31an.
St. Louis. Feb. 18. The Cronin
suspect under arrest here, J. B. Kelly,
denies that he is in any way connected
with the Cronin Case.
The Eleht-IIonr HoTewent.
London, Feb. IS. Matthews, the
secretarv, replying to the deputation
of miners, told them that he could
hold out, and hoped that the govern
ment would support the eight-hour
A deputation ot miners to-day visit
ed the Earl of Dnnraven and Lord
Bandolph Churchill, both of whom
assured the deputation that they
favored the limitation of the working
hours bv the state.
THE 28TH JtOUXD 8BKTLE8 IT.
UIJILTY AS CHAKCKD."
Proclamation From the President,
Washington, Feb. IS. The presi
dent to-day, issued a proclamation
which after declaring the illegality or
grazing leases oy me v. neroitees upon
the Cherokee strip, gives notice as
follews: First, no cattle or live stock
shall hereafter be brought upon said
lands for herding or grazing thereon.
Second, all cattle and other live
stock now on said outlet, must
be removed therefrom not Inter than
October 1, 1890; and so much sooner
as said lands or any of them may be
or become lawfully open to settlement
by citizens of the United States; and
that all persons connected with such
cattle companies or associations must
not later than the time above indicat
ed depart from said lands.
Sandr Olds Asain Convicted of
Portland, Feb. 18. Contrary to
general opinion, the jury in the case
of Sandy Olds on trial for the mur
der of Emil Weber, have convicted
him. The case went to the jury this
afternoon. The vedict was "Guilty
as charged in the indictment:" mur
der in the first degree.
The raffle for the gun at the Occi
dent was decided last night. Thirty
lersons Ixmght the privilege of hav
ing a chance at winning the weapon.
It turned out a tie between Captain
Richardson of the Manianita and
Alfred Tee. As the latter is out of
town, the final ownership cannot bo
settled uutil his return.
Cm of Mexico, Feb. 18. The
American syndicate has offered to
furnish money for the construction of
theEsteras concession railroad from
Guadalajara wast to Chaucela on the
Murder. Pacific coast, and cast from Guada
lajara to Aguas uauentes, on uic
There is a probability therefore, that
tho concession will be withdrawn
from the London market. Work on
the Telmantepcc railroad is progress
ingrapidly. The Interoceanic railroad
is working hard on its line in the di
rection ot Jalapa.
New United State At'.ornej.
Portland, Ore., Feb. 18. Hon.
Franklin Pierce, mayor or The Dalles,
was duly installed this morning as
United States attorney for the district
of Oregon to succeed the Hon. Lewis
L. McArthur whose term of four years,
by virtue of the favor of ex-President
G rover Cleveland, expires to-morrow.
Portlvnd, Feb. 18. -Henry Galena
has been arrested at the instance of
Joseph Furch on the charge of crim
inal intimacy with a woman desig
nated in the complaint as Jane Dee.
A Fine Horse Dead
Svn Francisco, Feb. 18. Captain
Harris two-year-old filly, "Oreua,"
which beat the field for the two-year-old
stakes at Santa Rosa last fall, died
at the Bay District track yesterday
morning. Captain Harris had refused
an offer of 15,000 Tor the filly.
A Man Shot.
Santa Rosa, Cal., Feb. IS. George
Bruggy shot and killed Dick Loursen
at Windsor yesterday atternoon.
Bruggy and Loursen had been to
getherdrinking and quarreling all the
af ternoon. Bruggy is not yet arrested.
IlKKP SNOW I TIIK SI CUIUS
Difficaltir or Iratel In Northern California.
Nevada City, Cal., Feb. 18. Eight
inches or snow has rallen in this city
in the last five hours and although
yesterday's fall has settled several
inches the snow is now over two feet
deep on a level.
Snow shovelers this morning de
manded 73 cents an hour for clearing
tho roofs and figure on getting SI an
hour bcroro night The barometer
stands 20 being tho lowest this winter;
the thermometer was 31 last night and
33 this morning.
The Narrow Guage company's snow
plow The Cyclops" had a hard fight
this morning getting up the grade to
Town Talk. Then it came back to the
station and taking one coach with the
passengers, baggage and mails started
for Grass Valley. The deepest snow
will be encountered below Grass Valley.
Stages for north Bloomfield and that HACKING COUGH can be
Camptonville left this morning loaded so quickly cured by Miiloh's Cure. Wo
light and were accompanied by guarantee it. .1. C. Dement.
A Starch) Trust.
Cincinnati, Feb. IS. On Saturday
the National Starch Manufacturing
company was incorjoraied in Caring
ton under the Kentucky law. It owns
all the starch factories in the United
(Jood News For Galveston,
Washington, Fob. IS. The senate
committee on commerce has agreed to
report favorablv the bill appropriating
$0,200,000 for the const ruction 'or a
deep water harbor at Galveston.
The Manufacturers Retaliate.
WomntN. Mass. Feb. IS. The mem
bers of the manufacturer's association
have decided io close even leather
factory represented in the association,
to-morrow, and to keep closed until
the men return to work. The shutting
down of tho factory of Beggs & Cobb,
means enforced idleness to 1,500 men.
Three of a Kind.
Chicago, Feb. 18. Three reporters
and a detective last night attended a
dark cabinet seance, ami managed to
unmask Mrs. Carrie Sawyer and her
husband, Frank Burke and Kitiie
Ranger, who played disembodied spir
its. Mrs. Sawyer played male parts,
with wigs, beards, etc. Burke was
manager and magnctist. The trio
were arrested and locked up. Mrs.
Sawyer was formerly a well-known
medium of San Francisco, and was
doing a big business.
Fire in a (iirls Ssralnarj
Austin, Texas, Feb. IS. -The n?ws
was received last night of tho burning
of a seminary for girls at San Marias,
30 miles south of here. Throe of the
girls were seriously burned, and 'A'J
others only escaped death by jumping
from the "third-story windows to tho
Dublin, Feb. 18. Henry Campbell,
a member ot parliament and tho pri
vate secretary of Parnell, was charged
in a speech, with having provided tho
knives with which Carrendish and
Burke were murdered. The speech
was published in the Belfast News
letter. Campbell has brought an
action of libel against tho paper and
was to-dav awarded 200.
Paris. Fob. 18. Sarah Bernhardt is
ill, and has discontinued her performances.
The "1'oral (Jneen" Sink
London, Feb. 18. -The steamer
Coral Oaten, from Gotzeuburg, has
been sunk off the river Lees in a col
lision with tho Rotterdam steamer
lirino. It is reported that sixteen
persons on the Coral Queen were
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That Simmons Liver Regulator will rid
you of dvpcpsia, purify your system,
on.iblo von to sloop well, prevent mala
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vigorous fooling. It acts directly on the
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invigorating and fortifying the system
a"aint disease. It will breakup chills
ai d fever and prevent their return yet
entirely fu-o lrom caiomei or quinine.
If yon haven't the moral conrage
to laugh at sneers, then you nre an
other of nature's mistakes.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
When Eaby was sick, wo garo her Castoria.
Mica she was a Child, she, cried for Castor!,
When she became Sliss, Bho clung to Castoria,
Then she haI Children, she gave them CaMorii
m.T i. tmaxzxMMtmnam! iiwm amm
1ha i:trjdilIou Trtj.
Washington, Feb. 18. The senate
has ratified the British extradition
treaty with a few unimportant
Change of Tune.
Poutlvni), Feb. IS. The Union Pa
cific fast train, which has been leaving
Portland at 7 a. m., has made a change
in time and will leave at i) a. m. hereafter.
Hosehurs & Coos Hay Railroad.
RosEBCito. Feb. 17.- The largest
mortgage ever recorded in Douglas
comity was filed in tho county clerk's
office yesterday. It bonds the entire
stock or the Umpqua River Railroad
it Improvement company for 81,100,
000 io the Central Trust and Invest
ment company, of New Yorlc, and is
signed by John Drain, president, and
W. A. Perkins, secretary. Twenty
thousand dollars is to be paid on the
completion of each mile. The road
is to ue nity-uve nines long aim con
nect the Southern PaciGc railroad at
Drain with deep water at Gardner, on
or before July, 1891, The loan, which
was secured through W. G. Steel and
B. C. Heald, of Drain, is for fifty years,
at 5 per cent. Real estate in Drain
has doubled in vahie tins week. This
move will stimulate tho prime movers
to the earl' completion of the Rose
burg & Coos Bay railroad.
The O'Shea Ithorce fasr.
London, Feb. 18. The probate,
divorce and admiralty at division in
the hijrh court of justice refused to
grant tho application of Capt. O'Shea
for an attachment against tho Stur
and the London editors of the New
York Ih raid for publishing certain
comments relative to the action for
divorce brought by O'Shea against
his wife in which, Charles Stewart
Parnell is named as co-respondent.
In tho case of the Freeman's Jour
nil, of Dublin, against which a simi
lar application was made, tho court
imposed a tine or 100 and costs.
ItouUncor Wants Divorce.
Paius, Feb. 18. General Boulanger
was notified yesterday that tho sacred
congregation at Rome had decided
against his application for a divorce.
The general has sent to the papal
nuncio at Paris entreating the papal
father to overrule the decision.
Should the application be success
ful the general will marry Mine. Bon-
nemain, to whom he owes JUO.OUU
ITor Nino Years.
WorthinRton, lud., July SO. 1888.
I had pains in the back of iny head for nlns
years', which were finally cured by the use of
St. Jucobs Oil, find the cure has remained
permanent. ED. QITAKEXBUSH.
t Druggists and Dealers.
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Oim J-'i'LLon's HuiuniNC, Astoria, Oregon.
Sax Fbanosco, Feb. 18. The mid
dleweight battle between Jack Demp
sey, champion ot the world, and Billy
McCarthy, tho champion of Australia,
for a puree of 81,800, took place to
night at the California Athletic club.
Tho match has been the foremost
topic of conversation in local sporting
circles and, in fact, throughout tho
whole sporting world, since tho arti
cles wero signed. Large sums of
money wero up anu seaxs were ac a
premium. Great crowds gathered
outside tho club rooms to hear tho re
ports. This afternoon the Dempsey
men put up one hundred to sixty and
remained so until the battle began.
Jack McAulhTe, tho champion light
weight of America, andDennyKellehor
of Boston were chosen as seconds for
Demnsey: Jimmy Carroll and Mike
McCarthy for McCarthy.
TITE FIGHT IK DETAIL.
At 930 o'clock the gong sounded
for the timeot round one.
A littlo time was lost in the pre
liminary work. Dempsey swung his
left and his glovo grazed McCarthy's
chest. A clinch followed.
Bound 2: McCarthy started the
bnsincsswith a lead off from his left.
Jack stopped it cleverly. A clinch
followed. McCarthy attempted the
upper cut, but failed. Jack then gave
McCarthy a poko on tho noso and fol
lowed with a left-hander.
Dnring the last few seconds of tho
round, Dempsey had tho advantage of
getting in a number of good blows.
Bound 3; But littlo effective work
Bound 4.: Jack lost no time and
jabbed McCarthy several times
in tho neck witliont the latter s
doing work in return, Jack used
both fists. One of Jack's left hand
jabs during tho last seconds of the
round on Mc. s neck, seemed almost
to knock his head off.
Bound 5: Tho men wore seemingly
tired. Jack sent out a right-hander,
reaching McCarthy a few inches be
low tho heart. A few seconds later
McCarthy clinched and tried to get in
two riclit handed upper cuts, but
Dempsoy was not to bo found.
A few seconds later when Dempsey
was in his corner, ho got ono of those
blows wiiicn causea mm to lose ins
last battle but it lacked tho proper
In this round the Australian fought
quickly, and got in some good work.
Bound 6: Dempsey had it ail his
own way and drove McCarthy around
Bounds 7-8: McCarthy's work was
a little wild and Dempsey secured
some telling blows that made tho for
Bounds 9 to 13: No effectivo work
was dono by cither fighters, but still it
was enough to keep up excitement.
Rounds 14 to 25: They were all in
Dempsey's favor, although no very
great amount of hard lighting was
done. Betting was now 10 to 1 on
Bound 2e: little was done.
Bound 2G: Dnring tho last 15 sec
onds of tho round Jack got to work,
first with the right hand swing, then
with his left, McCarthy reeling from
side to side. McCarthy was evidently
beaten. He hugged Jack tightly, and
as Jack had the fight won ho took
compassion on him.
Bound 27: McCarthy was stilt
plucky and came up liko a glutton,
and took more punishment But a
third tinio ho went down before the
sledgehammer blows of Dempsey.
Bound 28: McCarthy was almost
lifted from his chair to begin the
round. His face looked liko raw beef.
Almost immediately Dempsey knocked
him against the ropes, when tho Aus
tralian's seconds gave up the fight.
Tho Examiner's story about a month
ago that Dempsey could never fight
again is well shown false by the splen
did condition and skillful sparring of
Jack to-night He is still Iho "Nonpareil".
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This powder never vanes, A marvei of
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tude ot low test, short weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sold only in cam. Kovai.
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Prices Low and Terms Reasonable.
KEEN & COOK, AGENTS.
In consequence ot the demand for those
beautiful level lots. Mr. 1. C. Warren has
been induced to plat nlnety-slx lots
Adjoining Warrenton en the East.
Which will be known and sold as
Beautifully situated on the banks of the Columbia, ad
joining proposed Public Park and near the
newly discovered coal beds.
Only 8o5 per Lot for a tew days. Get in now and secwo
FRANK SPITTLE, Agent,
THE RAILKOAI) runs through the plat,
which is only 200 yards from the Warrenton
depot. For further information call at
once on the
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For particulars and fun information, call on or address
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
There Is no occasion for the most fastidi
ous of our citizens to send to Tortland or
San Francisco for
Custom Made Clothes
A. they can pet Better Fits. Iletter woru
m:mhip, ami for less Money.
By Leaving their Order with MEANT.
New Cood3 bv Every Steamer.
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The Client is l'rouil of His Son.
Paris, Feb. 18. Eonclier, an Or
lcanist member of the chamber of dep
uties, lias received from Havana a cable
dispatch from Hie Count of Paris, the
father of the Dnko of Orleans, in
which he says:
'Am proud of my son and pleased j
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In allowing Inactivity of the kidneys to
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the goodly hark of health If It Hallowed to
drift rudderless upon them, lhe bladder,
too. If inactive, and judicious medication
does not speedily direct the helm toward
the port of safety, will be whelmed by the
milcWind of disease. In selecting a di
uretic let your choice fall upon Ilostetter's
Stomach Bitters, which stimulates the renal
organs without irritating and exciting them,
two effects to be apprehended from the un
medlcated stimuli largely resorted to. These
have a tendency to react prejudicially. The
Bitters Invigorate the kidneys and bladder,
m common w ith the nerves and the digestive
organs, and so afford lasting aid. It also
affords dual assistance in preventing and
curing Intermittent ami remuicni iever.
Biliousness, constipation and rhoumatlsm
It also subjugates.
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Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and Si, at J. C. De-ment's.
TiaiiiTrfipt.inf the beautiful suburb of
CHELSEA, only five minutes walk from the
ofnnmorlniiilinfr.lt SkilKinOIl allll tCrilllIHLS
of A. & S. C. U. K. These lots are 50x100 feet.
on the first bench above me tme lami. are
m-ii- ami IpvpI. mid irood water obtainable
within ten feet of surface. Trices from SCO
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Teachers' Public Examination, .1st
THE TEACHERS' PUBLIC EXAMIXA
tlon for Clatsop county, Oregon, will be
held at the Cedar street school house ; to
commence at 12 o'clock 31.. on the 2bth day
ot February, A- D. 1800- Ko oue will be ad
mitted Into the class after the examination
questions are opened. Strangers must bring
recommendations as to their moral charac
ter, endorsed by two persons known to th
superintendent. C. W. SHIVEIA.
Superintendent Public Instruction.
Astoria, Or., February 14, 1890.
Front Corner Residence Lot in Block No.
Six Lots in Block 9, ADAIK'S ASTORIA,
running clear through the block, and mak
lni n llnft residence site. 100x150. Onlv one
block from Columbia river and street car
line. Price, St,j0. part c:un.
J. H- MANSELL,
Real Estate Broker.
FKANK W- BEACH. OF PORTLAND,
tells us that he has a line body of tide
land for sale cheap. If sold soon, IIis address
is 2C, Multnomah block, Portland, Oregon.
H. W. Strickler, M. D.
Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Etc
Prescription Clerk speaks Four different
Languages. , ,
General practice of Medicine attended to
by tho .Doctor.
Second Street, near Postofilce.
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TING Constantly on Hand. SEINES, P0TJN23 n
TRAPS Furnished to order at Lowest Factory Price.
$125 AND $150 PER LOT
TERMS EASY I
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ROBB & PARKER, General Agte, Astoria.
Astoria Real Estate & Trust Co., Portland Agi