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VOL. XMV, NO. 47.
A. Y. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed.lProvisions, Fruits
. Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
uir. Lass ud Squemoque Streets. Astoria. Ore.
FREEMAN & HOLMES
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc.
LOGGING CAP HOW A SPECIALTY
.197 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth Astoria, Or.
wells, Fargo & Co. and
Pacific Express Co.
HOP andPtfOEfilX INSURANCE GO'S,
Custom House Broker
and Commission Merchant
50a Bond Street.
HAVE YOU A WIFE?
K" - "
Have you any little ones? If
so, buy a lot on the Seashore, and
build them a summer home,
Ther 1b no more beautiful place
than Silver Point Cliffs. E. Z.
Ferguson, agent Astoria Ah
Snap fl Kodak
at nny man coming out o(
our store and you'll Ret a
portrait ot a, man brimming
er wltn pleasant thoughts.
Burn quality In the liquors
, we have to otter are enough to
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Corpe and Try Them.
HUGHES & CO.
Is there a man with heart so cold,
That from his family would withhold
The comforts which they all could find
In articles of FURNITURE of th
And we would suggest at this season,
nice Sideboard, Extension Tablp, or se
of Dining Chairs. We have the larges
and finest line ever shown in the city
and at prices that cannot fall, to pleas
the closest buyers.
HEILBORN & SON.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
. Concnmly St.. foot of Jackson. Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Land and Marine Engines, Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Castings of All Descriptions Made to Order on
John Fox. President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vice President
O. B. Prael Secretary
Epicures say the best
Pork Sausage combines
th flnvnr nf nf le.m nip-
flergen's.pork with the flaky fat
and the fines herbs.
We furnish the table with this kind of
sausage that pleases the veriest epicure.
Portland Butchering Co'f Marke
Corner Second and Benton streets.
Corner Third and West Eighth street
Something about pianos, for we have
bought and sold them for a life time.
The knowledge thus gained has proved
to us that the Chickering, the Hard-
man and the Fischer are the best pi
anos now before the public. They
show perfection in every detail.
WILiEY B. ALtLtEjM CO.
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to fishermen
on the Columbia river that stand in
the game relationship to Marshall's
Twine as a wooden image does to the
human being they lack strength life
evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself intoithe belief that other
twines besides Marshall's will do "just
as welL" They won't. They cannot
Lessons given by Mr. Emll Thielhorn,
graduate of the Hamburg Conservatory,
Germany; also a member of the Chicago
Musical Society. Studio, corner of 12th
and Commercia streets, up stairs.
For any kind of coal, hard or soft,
or coke, the best plae to get it Is of
the Astoria Transfer Company 421
Commercial street. Telephone No. 12.
The One Price Clothiers,
606 and 508 COMMERCIAL STEEET, ASTORIA, OR.
w. i A
of men to do all sorts of figuring on, and we sell a better
made class of these goods than most stores do. Try 'em.
GRIFFIN & REED.
The Packers of Choice
Columbia River Salmon
Astoria Pk g Co....
ilooth A. Pk'gCo...
J, Q Megler&Co..
tag, St. George..
flaheraien'i Pkg Co...
PIANOS and ORGANS.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
a6 ft Rockwell 5L
Pacific Coast Office and Wareroom,
335 Morrison, cor 7th St. Portland, Oregon.
L. V. MOORE, manager.
Are'always recognized even
by the little street arabs.
you buy your clothing or
have it made by us from our
well assorted stock, you are
sure to have best quality, lat
est style, best fit and low.
est price either in Men's
and Boys' Clothing.Fur-
rushing Goods, Hats
Caps, Boots, Shoes
Trunks, Valises, etc
Hatters and Furnishers
Are you a man that works for a
living a man that gets up at 5 a,
and builds the nre and then
out and builds a house? Are
a man that digs in the earth
a living? Are vcu a mascn
exactly a Free Mason, though
masons are tree in this country ?
Are you a moulder, a machinist,
a forger, a blacksmith, or a "white"
Smith? Are you a fisherman, a
butcher, a baker or a candlestick
maker? Are you a logger, a paint-
" tender, a waiter or a cookie Are
you a canneryman, groceryman or
shipmaster ? Are you in any sort
business that needs any particu
lar sort ot blank books? We carry
a large stock for your particular
ot work. Good ones, too;
for us under our own direc
made to last. We carry all
of blank books for all sorts
AHtorla Pk'g Co
John A. Devlin.
M. J. Kinney.
A. Booth 4 Sons...
Cutting Pkg Co....
J. 0. Megler
Wholesale Price Quoted
RESPOKSIBLE DEALERS AND HERCHANTS.
Catalogues Mailed Free on Application.
Main Office and wareroom,
343-353 Wabash Ave.,
Wins Her Damage Case
Against P. J. McGowan.
CATHOLIC'S AT SAVANNAH OA.
Tbcy Attempt to Prevent' a Public
Lecture- The Whole Mili
tary Force Out.
'San Francisco, Feb. 26.-Te United
States circuit court of appeals decided
two small cases today. Peter W. Lar
sen was. drowned in the Columbia riv
er In May, 1893, through his boat run-
ntng against & fish trap owned by P.
J. McGowan. The United States cir
cuit court of Oregon allowed the wid
ow $3,000 damages, find Moowan ap
pealed. The court of appeals upheld
the lower tribunal.
Frank Tracy was seriously Injured on
the Oregon Short Line and Utah Nor.
thern railroad. He was employed as
brake man and, while his train was be
ing shunted on a siding: he signalled
once to slow down and again to stop.
Owing to brush that grew along the
line the engineer did not see the slg-
nasl and nearly killed Tracy. The
United States circuit court of Oregon
gave the latter $4,000 damages and the
railroad appealed. The decision of the
lower, court was affirmed.
Catholics of Savannah, Georgia, Cause
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 26. This . has
been the most exciting night In, tha
history of Savannah. For 4e , hqUra
the city has trembled on roe verge
of religious riots. The entire white
military force with the exception of
the artillery has .been, on duty. There
are ten uuumry companies, ana ule
Georgia Hussars. The mob is est!
mated at from 3,000 to 6,000, 'the great
er part being Catholics, and has chal
lengea uieir roroearance to the ex
treme. But for the coolness of Mayor
Meyers and the officers commanding
the troops, ihlood might have been shed.
Bayonet charges were made several
times to clear the streets, But the mob
which had gathered about Masonic
Temple stubbornly refused to retire.
The city has been literally placarded
with notices that ex-Priest Slatterly
and wife, descrBbed as an ex-nun.
would lecture here on Catholicism,
members of the Ancient Order of Hi
bernians at once took steps to prevent
their appearance here. Petitions were
circulated asking iMayor Meyers to re.
fuse permission to the ex-prlest to
iiuia nis leciure. When it was pre
sented to the mayor by the commtltee
he handed them a written opinion from
the corporation attorney to the effect
that he, as mayor, had no power to
abridge the rights of speech guaranteed
by the constitution of the United States
and the state of Georgia. In his opin
ion, the city attorney said there could
be no disorder or trouble if those who
were offended toy Slattery's remarks
would stay away from the lecture. "1
can't stop this man from lecturing,"
said the mayor, who is a 'Hebrew, "but
I can prevent disorder, and I will do
. Fifteen policemen were stationed in
side the hall, and thirty others were
massed in front. By 7 o'clock several
hundred had collected. By 8 6'clock a
howling mob of over .1,600 surrounded
Masonic hall. In the- hall were an
audience ' of about 400, Inditing a
number of ladles. The lecturer had
hardly . Ibegun before brick bats and
cobblestones began to rain ton the win.
dows. The police had closed all the
heavy Inside shutters, thus saving the
audience from Injury, only ' two or
three being injured by falling glass.
The rest of the police force was called
out, and fifty men were soon in front
of the hall. The mob made a rush to
secure the entrance, but were driven
back by the police. Before 9 o'clock
the mob had grown to between 3,000
and 4,000. Window after window In
the MaHonic Temple was broken.
At the close of the lecture when the
ox -priest was about to leave the hall
with his friends the 'chief of police
stopped them and refused to allow
anyone to go down stairs. The mili
tary alarm of eleven taps on all fire
bells In the city was sent In, but when
it sounded, the mob derided it. - "Bring
on your military" some of the leaders
shouted. "To hell with them; they
can't save Slattery." Elevn companies
of military were soon on the ground
and with fixed bayonets pushed the
crowd back. Finally Slattery was es
corted to his hotel by the military
and a guard left there.
HAWAIIAN CABLE AGAIN.
Washington, Feb. 26. The conferees
on the diplomatic and consular appro
priation bill held a second conference
today on the amendment for the Hawa
iian cab!e, and will tomorrow report
another disagreement to the previous
one. If they are again sent to eon.
FEBRUARY 27, 1895.
ference It is understood the senators
will recede from the rule as it is not
customary for the conferees to follow
their instructions literally In more than
two conferences where there la a ma
jority on the committee for or against
the disputed amendment.
THE BUGAR BOUNTY.
That, With the 'Appropriation Bill, Oc
cupy the Senate's Attenlton.
Washington, Feb. 26.-716 senate, has
given another day to the sundry civil
bill without completing It, and without
taking up the vital points concerning
financial legislation. The Important
feature of the day was a Short, sharp
decisive contest on the sugar bounty
question, resulting In the success of the
bill advocating the payment of the
bounty prematurely cut off by the en
actment of the tariff law. The pro
posed ibounty aggregates $5,200,000, but
Mitchell gave It as his belief 'that it
would reach $8,000,000, A point of or-
der was made against the amendment
but decided mot in order, 40 to 13. Af
ter that the success of the sugar boun
ty was secured, although efforts were
made to load It down with sliver
amendments and other propositions.
Fryo succeeded in oarrylng an import'
ant .amendment providing for a retired
list for the revenue marine service in
order to retire 'many aged officers who
have done good service and who now
stand in the way of promotion.
ANOTHER FINANCIAL POLICY.
Bland, Bryan and Others will Spring
Washington, Feb. 2G.-dtoutlne mat.
ters on the floor of the house were
overshadowed in Interest today by the
initiation of a brisk movement to se
cure a majority of the Demnnrnllu
members In favor of a financial policy
having free stiver for its keynote.. The
declaration Is addressed "To the Dem
ocrats of the United States," and out
lining the financial policy for the Dem
ocratic party has been drafted. This
paper has been circulated on the Dcm.
ocratic side of the house and Is being
vigorously discussed with the object of
obtaining the concensus of opinion ot
the silver Democrats upon its expres.
slons. The chief Instigators of the
movement are Messrs, Bland. Bryan,
Sibley ami Coffeen; Their paper is at
present but a tentative expression, they
Bay, and not yet In form for publication
since none of its details have been
definitely agreed upon.
. . .
ARBITRATION BrLL PASSED.
Washington, Feb. 26. The house to
day passed Olney's national arbitration
bill. Tho purpose of the bill is to pro
vide a board of conciliation consisting
of the commissioner of labor and the
chairman of the Interstate commerce
commission, whoBe duty it shall b
when a controversy concerning wages,
hours of labor, or conditions of em.
pioyment arose between the carrier
under this act and the employes of
suoh carrier, seriously interrupting or
threatening to interrupt the business
of said carrier, to put themselves in
communication with the parties to
such controversy and shall use their
best efforts, by mediation and conclll
atlon, to amicably settle the same, and
If Buch efforts should be unsuccessful,
should at once endeavor to bring about
an arbitration of said controversy by
submitting to a board consisting of
three persons, one to be chosen by th6
employes,, on by the employer, and
these two selecting the tlilrd.
JOHN PUTNAM'S DAUGHTER.
Washington, Feb. 26. The president
sent to the house a message vetoing
a bill to grant a pension' to Eunice
Putnam, daughter of John ' Putnam,
who served In the late war, on tho
ground that her mother was already
drawing a pension.
FRANCE IS WILLING.
To Take American Cattle on Certain
Chicago, Feb. 26. Nelson Morris, who
controls the largest part of the export
trade in cattle and beef products from
this city, said today:
0 uir mourns ago I nad a proposi.
tlon from the French minister of ag.
riculture, offering to continue to re
ceive our cattle If the United States
would take off the differential duty on
sugar. 1 was asked to bring this mat.
ter 'before the government. I went to
Washington, but the government paid
no attention whatever. There is no
truth whatever In any of this talk
about the Improper condition of cattle
shipped. There ihas not been one an.
mal rejected in throe years by any
foreign country on the ground of 111
bealth." SAN FRANCISCO RACES.
San Francisco, Feb. 26. Five
longs-Thorn, 1:21 1-2.
About six furlongs Capitain, Rees,
One mile Boose, in 1:44 J-4.
0n and one-half mile hurd"le-Three
Six furlongs-zrhelrna, 1:14 1-2.
London, Feb. 28. In the commons to.
day a resolution urging th- govern
ment to co-operate with the powers In
placing gold and silver on a common
ratio, was adopted.
a. p. i son
A Catholic Paper Says they
MULTNOMAH COUNTY'S SHERIFF,
Slapped by Representative McGinn
and Retaliates With a Blow
Over the Head.
Associated Press. 1
Portland, Feb. 26. The Catholic Sen
tinel, the official organ of the Cathollo
ohurch In the Northwest, has the fol
lowing: - .
"The defeat of Senator Dolph for a
third term as United States senator,
is due directly to the A. P. -A.,' It is
no secret that, al enough, Dolph was ap
parently short four votes of the eleo-
tlon, there were two votes that twould
go to him whenever that number
should be sufficient to elect. ' He was,
in fact, then, within two votes of elec.
tlon. Had Cole and Burke, members of
the house from Multnomah county,
voted for him as they were pledged to
do, both before their nomination and
afterward by their entering the party
caucus, Mr. Dolph would have been
elected. The reason these men vlolat
ed their ante-eflection pledges and par
ty caucus obligation Is to be found in
the fact that they were members of
the American Protective Association
society, and were opposed to Dolph be
cause he had voted . for the govern.
ments paying for the education of some
Indian dhlldren at Cathollo contract
btate Senator H. E. McGinn and
Sheriff George C. Sears engaged in an
altercation today at the entrance to
the Worcester block. Both men hap.
pened to meet there and Sears called
MoGlnn a sneak, alluding to his action
on a legislative bill which cut off some
oj; Sears.'.. fees, McGinn. immediately
alapped Sears in the face. Bears then
drew a revolver and; struck' McGinn
over the head. - At this Juncture the
bystanders interfered, and stopped the
row. No arrests were made.
HARD AT WARK.
Olympla's Legislature 'Getting Down to
Olympla, Feb. 26. After an all-day
session the house passed the Morgan
railroad bill making the freight rate
J3.75 per ton for agricultural products
and passenger rates three, and one
half cents a mile. The bill also makes
25 per cent reduction on hogs, and other
livestock, shingles, lumber, logs, coal,
hops, fruit, melons, and wool. The bill
passed61 nays and 8 nays.
The senate pansed the following bills:
Fobs Fixing penalty of' imprison
ment of five to twenty years for ob
Ide making any state officer, trustee
cr commlsrlon of nny public institution
personally liable for creating a defi
ciency, Incurring liability or expend
ing a greater sum than the legislature
appropriates for that Institution. Also
making it a misdemeanor and subject
Ing that officer to a fine of $1,000.
'Mogler Appropriating 158,000 for the
deficiencies of various state institutions
and departments in instances where de
flclencles were audited by the emer
Ide-To bond the state innds granted
for normal schools and appropriating
$60,000 for the Cheney school and $40,000
Among the new bills (introduced was
one appropriating $1,200 for professor
of ohemlstry at the state agricultural
college to conduct experiments in sugar
beet culture; exempting from taxation
In the discretion of the council of cities
and towns, manufacturing companies,
when employing twenty-flve employes
Shaw Apportioning superior ludires
Walla Walla, Columbia, aorfleld and
Asoun jointly, one; Kellogg's bill pro
vldlng for the purchase by the state
of the p!ant of the state printer, the
onico or state printer to be abdllshcd
and the state printing to come under
tno oontrol of the printing board.
Helena, Mont., Feb. 26. Both houses
of the legislature have passed strln
gent anti-gambling laws. Gambling
has been a legalized Industry, yielding
NO SENATOR TET.
Boise, Feb. 26. There were two pairs
today and one absent in the Joint leg
islative session. The result of thetal-l
Highest of all in Leavening Power
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
lot for United States senator was:
Shoup, 18; Sweet, 17; Claggett, 14.
Judge J. 'R. MoBrfde, brother of Sen.
I ator-elect MoBrtde, of Oregon, ex
presses the conviction that his brother
will stand with the stiver men.
AN UNCONFIRMED RUMOR.
Astoria and Goble Railroad Bonds Said
to Have Been Floated.
Portland, Or., Feb. 26. The Evening
Telegram says today that a cablegram
from London states that the bonds of
the Astoria and Goble road have been
Last evening the Astorlan wired to
F. R. Strong, Portland attorney for
Messrs. Bonner and Hammond, asking
him if he could confirm the Telegram's
statement. His answer was: "No;
nothing known of the matter here."
San Francisco, Feb. 26. Arrived Ar
ago, from Coos Bay.
Departed Homer, for Yaqulna Bay;
Areata, for Coos Bay.
Freights and charters British ship
Arlstomene, now on Puget Sound, lum
ber thence to discharge at Two Ni
trate ports; British ship Leland Bros.,
at Tacoma, wheat thence to United
Kingdom, Havre, Antwerp, or Dun
kirk; American ship Norma, at Gray's
Harbor, lumber thence to Quaymas.
DA T DISPATCHES.
port . ...
'London, Feb. 26. Lord Rosoberry
passed a sleepless night, and there is
an increased weakness.
Portland, . Feb. 26. Bhllllp Wesser
man, an old resident of the city, died
today, aged 66. He was mayor of Port,
land from 1874 to 1876.
London, Feb. 26. (A dispatch from
Normanton says the 600 miners who
were Imprisoned in the pit of the Whit
wood Halmoor colliery by a collision of
cages, were rescued during the night. "
New Tork, Feb. 26. Special dispatch
es received; here by members of the
Cuban revolutionary party, to whom
the date set for the uprising has been
known since February 8th, told that
the revolution hod begun..'!, '.
Washington, Feb. 26. Friend's amend
ment to the sundry civil billproviding
for the issue of $100,000,000 in certin.
cates of indebtedness, is about conclud
ed. They will be unable to get the
bill through as long as the amendment
remains a part of it. . "
New Orleans, Feb. ' 26. iAt noon to
day Rex, king of carnival, appeared In
a grand pageant based upon scenes
and Incidents from Fergus Humes'
"Chronicles of Fairy Land." There '
were twenty magnificent tableaux: in
the procession. The weather is delight
ful and the streets everywhere were
packed with spectators.
Dalton, Ohio, Feb. 26.-CFlre broke out
this morning in Bchultz' wagon plant
and spread to the Presbyterian church
and adjoining buildings. No water was
to be had nearer than three quarters
of a mile. The west end of town will
apparently be destroyed,. Fire com
panies from Masslllon and Wooster are
coming by special trains.
Madrid, Feb, 26,-At the conclusion
of a special meeting of the cabinet last
night the minister of war. General
Dominguez, announced that the gov.
ernment had authorized the Issue of
proclamation by the governor general
of Cuba to suppress the armed band
of brigands in the provinces of Matan-
zas and) Puer to Principe.
Rochester, N. V., Feb. 26. Rochester
is in mourning today for Fred Doug
lass. Just before the funeral train ar.
rived there marched to the train tho
funeral cortege, Including the Douglass
Leage, of Rochester, bearing the league
banner draped In mourning. The
mayor, members of the common coun
cil, and other city officials came in car-
riages.. The funeral Party moved to
the city hall, where the body lay In
state several hours.
Washington, Feb, 26. The national
arbitration bill passed the houBe with,
out division. v
Secretary Gresham today received a
cablegram from United States Consul
Williams at Havana, announcing that
martial law had been proclaimed in
Cuba. The Spanish minister, Maragua,
also received similar advices. Accord- ,
Ing to Minister 1 Maragua's advices,
there nave been two small outbreaks
in Cuba. The first was In the province
of Matanzas.In the south, where fif
teen men armed themselves and un
dertook to start a rebellion. The other
was in the province of Cuba, where
twenty-seven rebels were routed by
the .government troopa and six were
taken prisoners. The minister has no
apprehension of a general uprising.
The amendment for the payment of
a sugar bounty was declared in order
today, In the senate, and on a yea and
nay vote the result was 49 to 16, which
practically carries it.
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