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TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT.
VOL. XLIV, NO. 52.
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed,ProvIsions, Fruits,
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
. Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Cast aud Squsmoque Streets. Astoria, Ore,
FREEMAN & HOLMES.
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing', eta
LOGGING CflJWP OlORK A SPECIflliTV
197 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth. Astoria, Or.
C.J. TRENCHARD, Agent
Wells, Fargo & Co. and
Pacific Express Co.-
HOWE and PHOEfJIX INSUWCE CO'S.
Custom House Broker
and Commission Merchant.
502 Bond Street.
HAVE YOU A WIFE?
Have you any little ones? If
so, 'buy a lot on the Seashore, and
build them a summer home.
Ther Is no more beautiful place
than Silver Point Cliffs. E. Z.
Ferguson, agent. . Astoria Ab
Snap A Kodak
ut any man coming out of
oui' store and you'll gut a
portrait ut a nmn brimming
er witn pleasant thoughts.
Stun quality in the liquors
we have to offer are enough to
PLEASE ANV 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 woufd suggest at this season,
nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or se
of Dining Chairs. We have the larges
and finest line ever shown In the city
and at prices that cannot fail to pleas
the closest buyers.
HEILBORN & SON.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Concern) ly St., foot of Jackson, Astorl.
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. I Fox Vice President
O. B. Prsel Secretary
Epicures say the best
Pork Sausage combines
th flnvnr of nf l.in niir
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's Mark
Comer 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 Chlckering, the Hard
man and the Fischer are the best pi
anos now before the public. They
snow perfection In every detail.
WIIiEY 6. ALLEfJ CO.
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to fishermen
on the Columbia river that stand In
the same relationship to Marshall's
Twine as a wooden Image does to th
human being they lack strength life
evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself into the belief that other
twines besides Marshall's will do "just
as well.'' They won't They cannot
Lessens given by Mr. Emll Thlelhorn,
graduate of the Hamburg Conservatory,
Germany; also a member of the Chicago
Musical Society. Studio, corner of 12th
and Corr.mercla streets, up stairs.
For any kind of coal, bard or soft,
or coke, the best pta -e to get it Is of
the Astoria Transfer Company 42J
Commaroial street. Telephone No. 12.
The One Price Clothiers,
506 and 508 COMMERCIAL
of men to do all sorts of figuring on, and we sell a better
made class ol these goods than
The Packers of Choice
!olumbia River i Salmon
Their Brands and Locations.
KAMI. LOCATION. BBAKD. aOCNTS. T
Kinney's M, J. Kinney Astosja
John A. Devlin.
Booth A. Pk'gCo Astoria .. 0..." A. Booth SSons -. Cblcno
ColumbUEiTerPkgCo Astoria Cocktail .... Cutting Pkg Co.... 8n Kr,eli6o
KlmoreSamo Astoria. j w',S?fc::; E'Tco..". A'tori
J, Q Megler A Co...- Brookfleli. tag, St. George.. J, 0, Megler..... Brookflsld Wn
linemen's Pkg Co.. Astorls atu?dtotiln'" FI",elrl!nft?', Astoria ...
I Fishermen's Pw-.
" Kin BALL"
PIANOS and ORGANS.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
16 tt Rockwell 5L
Pacific Cout Office and Wareroom,
333 Morrison, cor 7th St. Portland, Oregon.
L. V. MOORE, manager.
ASTORIA. OREGON, TUESDAY MORNING.
All the latest and popular
styles for spring and eummer
of 1895 have arrived. Perfect
fit and absolute satisfaction
guaranteed. Prices below the
lowest. Also new lines o
Men' sand Boys' Cloth
ing, Furnishing Goods
Hats.Caps, Boots. Shoes
Trunks, Valises, etc.,
from 16f to 33 J per cent less
pipfiTM go. .
Hatters and Furnisher s
STREET, ASTORIA, OS.
Are you a man that works for a
living a man that gets up at 5 a
and builds the fire and then
out and builds a house? Are
a man that digs in the earth
a living;. Are ycu a mascn
, not exactly a Free Mason, though
all masons are free in this country ?
Are you a moulder, a machinist
- a forger, a blacksmih,ora"white'
bmithr Are you a nsnerman, a
butcher, a baker or a candlestick
maker? Are you a logger, a. paint
er, a conductor, a barber, a bar
tender, a waiter or a cook? Are
you a canneryman, grocery man or
shipmaster? Are you in any sort
of business that needs any particu
lar sort of blank books? We carry
a large stock for your particular
sort of work. Good ones, too;
made for us under our own direc
tions made to last. We carry all
sorts of blank books for all sorts
most stores do. Iry em.
GRIFFIN & REED.
Wholesale Prices Quoted
RESPONSIBLE DEALERS AND nERCHANTS.
Catalogues Mailed Free oa Application.
Mala Office and warerooms.
343053 Wabash Ave.,
Gould-Count tie Castellane Cer
emony Solmenized Yesterday.
THE MULKEY-BANNON CASE.
The Supreme Court Affirms the De
cision of the District Court
New York, March 4. The marriage
of Miss Anna Gould; daughter of the
late Jay Gould, to Count Paul Ernest
Boniface De Castellane, waa Bolemn
lzed today at noon. Archbishop Oorrl
gan officiating, at the residence of tht
'bride's brother, George J. Gould. A
large number of rare and costly pres
ents were received.
AUter the ceremony and supper the
Jewels were 'laid out In the library on
a table on a cloth of heavy red velvet.
Among thevflrst and most costly ol
the presents was a heart-shaued
brooch. In the center was the rare and
wortd famous EsyerOiazy diamond, sur
rounded by eleven diamonds, each of
which Is large enough to be worn as
a single stone. This was the gift of
Miss Hetf an Gould. . Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Gould's present was a collar of Supoits
pearls, consisting of ten strands, eacl
pearl betnig the size of a big pea. Th
Btrantia were crossed by bars of plati
num holding rows of brilliant white
diamonds, these dividing the pearls In
to ten compartments. In each bar
were twelve diamonds. In the entin
collar there were 72 diamonds and 80(
pearls. Mrs Frank Gould1 presented a
chain of 200 diamonds which could be
worn in colls about the neck or twined
as a bracelet about the wrist. Mrs.
Owen Gould gave a large cluster of
diamonds, each end of the glittering
ribbon having as tassels a superb hlue
and pink, diamond. .
Marquis amd. Marquise de O&lellan
presented a superb unique necklace
constating of Ave ropes of pearls each
string of -wlhioh is of historic Interest, i
one having belonged to Henry Quatrel
and another to Marie Antolneete. At
one end of the necklace securing Ave
strands, was a magnificent square em
eralld of exceeding beauty, surrounded
by twenty-four diamonds. This Is an
heirloom In the Castellane family, and
ooufdi pass only to the oldest son. An
other present by the Marquese de Cas
tellane was a ring of two stones, 1
superlb ruby and sapphire. Count Jear
Caatellane's present was a diamond
ihiat pin of exceeding beauty of design
Prince del Er&go presented a diamond
horseshoe pin. General and Mrs Sckert
presented a superb diamond star.
magnlAcenit tiara of diamonds was pre
sented by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gould
In addition to these gifts, were man
lesser ones of scarf and lace, bonnet
and hat pins, studded with diamonds
and resplendent with the colors of ru
by, sapphire, amethyst and diamonds
On the book shelves were fans of every
description, clocks . In leather cases
Dresden and Olmulu clocks, tiny
watches and watches studded with Jew
els, sliver and gold Jars with gold topi
decorated with curious workmanship,
and ornamented with monograms sur
rounded with coronets, silver pitchers,
salvers, loving cups, silver In ever
shape and form; cut glass bowls, de
canters, tete-a-tete sets In sliver, china
and glass; in fact, everything one
would see at Tlltffany's.
KICKED HIM OUT. f
X San Francisco Widow Charged With
Jilting a Cook.
San Francisco, March 4. Mrs. Brid
get Ramage, a well-to-do widow who
keeps a lodging house and who re
cently sued Dr. Victor J. Stearns foi
breach of promise, has more trouble on
her hands. "Tomey" Eraberrl, until
recently employed as cook at the Pal
ace Hotel, charges that she not only
Jilted him after agreeing to marry him
and accepting numerously costly pres
ents from him, but that when he de
manded a fiulfillment of the promise
she set upon him and blackened boll
his eyes and threw him and his be
longings out of htr house. Mrs. Rum
age admits that she gave the cOok a
nound drubbing and threw him oui
of her house, but she denies the en
gagement to marry.
MUST GO TO JAIL.
Mulkey and Gannon's Case Decided by
the Supreme Court..
Portland, March 4. A dispatch from
Vaffhlngton, D. C, says: The United
States supreme court today affirmed
the decision of the district court of
Oregon In the cases of P, J. Bannoti
and C. J. Mulkey, of Portland, who
were found guilty of smuggling opium
and Chinese from British Columbia.
THE IDAHO CONTEST.
Boise, March 4. The ballot for seav
ator today was exciting all through,
but there was tout a slight change.
Sweet's 1 haul agreed to dissolve at
( o'clock tonight if there was no action,
MARCH 5, 1895.
The result was a last heroic effort to
get the Populist support. McCavty
chairman of the Populist caucus, was
won over by a telegram from Senator
Peffer, urging him to support Sweet.
The ballot resulted, Shoup, 20; Sweet
19; Claggett, 12. Then came a test of
strength on a motion to adjourn. It
,was carried by the Shoup men by
vote of 27 to 24. The Sweet men have
not given up the fight In spite of the
developments of the day.
OLYMPIADS IjAW MAKERS.
An Amusing- Resolution Introduced at
the Hour Congress Adjourned.
Olympla, March 4. The following
resolution was presented In the house
today just at the hour It was supposed
congress adjourned The resolulton
was received with applause but not
Whereas, At 12 o'clock this day the
Fifty-third Congress drew Its expiring
breath by constitutional limitation; and
Whereas, Death came peacefully to
the heterogenous elements composing
said congress, with its cuckoos, and
lrresponsKble and Incapable Democrat
io majority, which by Indorsing- Mr
Havemeyer, destroyed1 the appetite of
France, Germany and Austria foi
American meats, and Cuba and South
ern American states for American flour
and idXd paralyze the lumber, coal and
wheat growing industries of the state
Resolved, That this house does felicl
tate the country upon Its delivery from
Democratic dominion In congress, with
the attendant evils, and upon he
brightening prospect of lmmednatb re
vival In general business affairs of the
country and consequent returning proa.
perlty, and does congratulate the coun
try upon the return to power In both
branches of congress of the grand oil
Repulblloan party; and be it further
Resolved, That this house In recognl
tlon of thiait patriotism and Intelligence
upon the part of the American peoplr
which hurled the minions of misruU
from power do Indulge In silent thanks
giving for the space of one minute.
The house received a concurrent reso
lution from the Nebraska legislature
asking Washington and Oregon to co
operate for the free coinage of silver.
The house passed the following bins
To authorize the issue of state arms
and equipments to G. A. R. posts.
To issue deficiency certificates foi
.excess road work performed.
The senate passed Megier's concur
rent resolution for a Joint committee
of six to Investigate all the state insti
tutions once a year during the lnterlrr
of the legislature.
A BARiBAROU3 PASTIME. .,
Hazing Will Be Attempted at the Uni
versity of California,
Ban Francisco, March 4. The stu
dents at the University of CaUfornti
are excited over the impending revlva"
of hazing. Certain under graduate
have recently obtained a charter fron
the Nuepsllon Hazing Fraternity Chap
ter, which had a brief existence at thr
university twelve years ago, but was
wiped out by the faculty. The "Barbs'
as the hazers call themselves, hav
posted a bulletin announcing their first
Initiation of 17 new members whosi
names are published, to take place or
the cinder track next Friday evening
Intervention by the faculty Is again
San Francisco, March 4. Arrived
Arago, from Coos Bay; Bandorillo,
from Coqullle River; City of Everett,
from Comox; schooner Robert and Min
nie, from Coos Bay; sahooner Oh or If
Hanson, from Gray's Harbor; Sacra
mento, from Coos Bay; ship Llewellyr
J. Morse, from Nanalmo, schooner
Conflanza, from Sluslaw river.
Cleared Columbia, for Astoria and
Departed Ship Guardian, for Port
Hadlock; Alice Blanchard, for Astorls
Freights and chanters British bark
Roulenbeck, now at Blakeley, lumber
thence to West Cots Plsagrua Range
British ship Thlstlebank, now at Port
land, wheat thence to United Kingdom
Havre, Antwerp, or Dunkirk.
A TRIO OF DRAWS.
Montreal. March 4. The Costello
Woods fight was declared a draw In
the tenth round. 1
Coney Island, March 4. Tom Denny,
of Australia, and floliy Smith, of Caili
fornla, fought ten hot rounds tonight
and the referee declared he fight a
Young Griffo, the Australian, and
Horaco Leeds, of Atlantic City, fought
twelve rounds to a draw.
' COAL MINES BURNING.
Seattle, March 4. A fire was dlscov
ered this morning in the pump roorr
of No. 12 mine at the Black Diamond,
about 1300 feet from the surface, and
soon gained such headway as to drive
the men out. The head of the slope hai
been sealed and steam Is being forced
in to the Are to smother it. This will
take a week or two. and In the mean
time, 100 men are Idle. -
MOVEMENT OF TROOPS.
Port Townsend, March 4. Order!
were received from the war depart
ment ordering Company 4. Fourteenth
iniaiwry, now at Fort Townsend. U
remove to Fort Vancouver, prepara
tory to going East. The rumor li
current mat a colored company will
db oroerea nere.
SAN FRANCISCO RACES.
San Francisro, March 4. Six furlong
maidens Grotto, 1:15 1-2.
Five furlongs Broadhead, 1:01.
lx furlongs George F. Smith, 1:12
8-4. - -'
Six furlongsHarry Lewis, 1:13 1-4.
One mile Rico, 1:41 1-4.
A NEW SILVER PARTY.
Grand Forks, N. D., March 4. Th
Populist party of North Dakota will be
merged into a new silver party. W.
H. ejtarxUlsh, attornt-y ..general under the
tote Populist administration, Is authdr
Ity for this declaration.
Adjourned Yesterday at Noon
Amid Pleasing Incidents.
Sing the Doxolog-y at the End From
the Press GalleryOther Washing-ton
Washington, March 4. At noon today
after a continuous session of forty
eight hours, Interrupted by occasional
recess, the flags above the capitol were
lowered and tlhe Flflty-thlrd Congress
had passed' Into history. In the house
the end was mot marked or marred bj
any unpleasant Incidents. All the ap
propriation bills were out of the way
when the house convened at 8 o'clock
this morning,' and time was dwindled
away until 11 olock, the only feature
being rather a brisk debate on the
results to follow from the projected
monetary conference. The oonoiudlns.
minutes were In the nature of a love
feast. As the FlOty-tlhilrd Congrest
came to an end, the Doxology was sung
by the newspaper correspondents In th
IN THE SENATE CHAMBER.
Washington, Marcih 4. At noon to
day the United States senate closed
its final session of the Fifty-third Con
gress amid crowded galleries, congrat
ulatory scenes, a parting word from
President Cleveland, and a brief vale
dictory from the vlce-preelden
The wonted dignity of the senate was
preserved to , the end, except for the
rush of business incident to the last
hours of a session.
A feature of the last moments "of thr
session was the tumultuous taughtei
which greeted the; announcement of
VoorMs, of the committee to wait on
the president, that the latter had ten
dered his congratulations to congress
on the close of their labors.
The Dalles, March 4. This afternoon
John Hill, a Russian Fin, was instant
ly killed at Seufert's fishery. Hill and
another laborer were standing' undet
the boom of the steam derrick used' li
the construction of a fish wheel when
the fastenings of the boom broke, let
ting It fall on the two men. Hill's skull
was crushed and the other man was
PROMINENT HORSEMAN DEAD.
Los Angeles, March 4. Samuel A
Brown, Sr., of Kalamazoo, Mich., t
weM known horse owner and breeder
died here today. He had been suffer
ing for several months with lung trou
ble, and after having had several hem
orrh'ages, came to Los Angeles a few
weeks since for relief.
CHASED TO EXIST.
Washington, March 4. The census
office ceased existence as a bureau to
day and hereafter until the work of
the eleventh census Is completed, will
constitute merely a division of the Inte
rior department, whloh will consist of
A BILL FOR NEWSPAPERS.
Washington, March 4. In the senate
this morning on motion of Piatt, the
house bill was passed amending th
copyright law by limiting the severltj
of the penalty Imposed on newspaper!
for unlntentlally violating the law In
reproducing copyrighlteH photographs.
AFTERNOON PRESS REPORT.
Entire Day Dispatches Sent
the Associated Press.
Washington, March 4. Crlsy, Culbert
on and Hltit have been appointed
house members of the monetary com
mission. At noon today the Fifty-third
congress adjourned sine die. The clock
was not turned back, and both houses
came to a close simultaneously.
Portland, March 4. 1 United States
senator John Thurston, of Nebraska,
general solicitor for the Union Pacific.
W. S.. Pierce, solicitor for the first
mortgage holders on the different part
of the Oregon Hhort Line and Utah
Northern system, General John C. Cow
an, of Omaha, special counsel for the
government, E. 1 Lomax, general pas
senger agent and George H. Pegram,
chief engineer of the Union pacific,
arrived here today In two private can
over the Union Peiflo and O. R. and
N., to be present at the two railroad
cases set for tomorrow. These cases
are oonoerntngj the separate receiver
ship of the Oregon Short Line and Utah
Northern and the modification of the
order appointing McNeill receiver of
Highest of all in Leavening Powers Latest U. S. Gov't Report
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
the O. R. and 'N., so as to absolve
him from -the payment of the indebted
ness contracted by the Union Pacific
receivers In operation of the O. R. and
N. Senator Thurston will move that
the" hearing of the separate receiver
ship case be transferred to Omaha on
the grounds that the United States
circuit court at Omaha is the court of
New York, March 4. The steamer
Vigllancla .which arrived today from
Havana, brings word that much ex
citement prevails -on the south side of
Cuba particularly in the cities of San.
tlago and Cienfuegos. Particulars are
hard to obtain, owing- to the govern
ment censorship. The report of the
death 'of the rebel, Manuel Garcia, was
confirmed!. Matters are very quiet at
Havana, the city being under martial
law. The last Spanish war vessel In
the harbor nailed for Santiago Febru
Perry, O. T., March 4. News has
been received 'here that Deputy Mar
shal ' WIHnlx, with 25 or 30 deputies,
has surrounded the cave lm which the
Bill Doolan gang are located, and are
attempting to blow the gang out with
dynamite. A posse went from here
to the marshal's assistance. Rumors
are afloat of fights between the out
laws and the maruhals.
Tacoma, March 4. The city la
threatened with a water famine. An
injunction was Issued) today restrain
ing the city from using the water
from Clover Creek, the main source of
supply, -This supply was recently
bought by the city from the Tacoma
Light and Wi t pr finmnon v anil 4-Vta
f city has been engaged in lawsuits ever
since it made the purchase. An attempt
is being made now to have the city
repudiate the one million dollars worth
of bonds issued in part payment C.
B. Wrltfht, of Philadelphia, is the larg
est holder of the bonds.
Pendleton, Or., March 4.-The attor
neys for the Indians announce that the
proceedings against Agent G. W. liar,
per. Judge of the Indian court, and the
Indian policemen for false imprison
ment. In cases in which the chiefs and
head men have been arrested and dealt
with on the reservation are for the pur
pose of determining! Judicially the sta
tus of the Indians as citizens and the
proposed visit to Washington by Chiefs
No Shirt, Peo, and Young Chief, bears
on the troubles now experienced on
the Umatilla reservation.
Washington, March 4. The last great
appropriation bills were sent to the
president shortly before 10 o'clock this
morning. There were five bills on
which the en-rolling clerks were engag
ed all night. They were the deficiency,
sundry civil, doplomatlc, Indian and
naval bills. Final agreements on all
these were reached during the night.
New York, March 4. The Anchor line
steamer Servia, which arrived this
morning from Glasgow, rescued at sea
on February 26, the crew ot the British
brlgattne. Confederate, which waa in a
sinking condition.' The Servia brougat
Into port Captain Warr and the crew
of the schooner Mary Amesden, from
Calais, Maine, for Barbadoes with lum
ber, wrecked February 18. ,
London, March 4. Yesterday there
was a hard- frost and snow is falling
today In this city and Paris. .
County court met yesterday with
Judge Gray, Clerk Dunbar, and Com
missioners Wooden present, Commis
sioner Peterson foiling to put in an ap
A number of partle were Vn from
the country looking after Che road and
bridge interests of the various parts
of the county. The following business
Application of EHiward "Westby.'a na
tive of Norway, to be admitted to citi
zenship, was ordered admitted.
The Pittsburg MtU Co. submitted the
following bid on the bridge to be con.
fctructed across Northrup Creek: 12
feet wide, 250 feet long, $326; 14 feet
wide, same length, $350: 15 feet wide.
same length, M70. The county court
accepted the 14 foot estimate.
Peter Latter, a native of Germany,
upon application, was admitted' to citi
The report of Phllo Eberman, former
supervisor of road district No. 8, was
approved and warrant for $11.60 due for
labor performed, ordered drawn on the
special road fund.
C. W. Loughery applied to have taxes
cancelled on certain pieces of property
which he owned at present, out at the
time of the levy (belonged to the gov
ernment. Sheriff Hare reported that he had ap
pointed Samuel Kozer deputy sheriff
and asked that his compensation be
fixed. The court entered that the com
pensation Ibe $100 per month for March
"W. H. TwUlghlt was present and ten.
dered his resignation as supervisor of
Road District No. 10. The court Is
pretty well satisfied with1 the work of
Mr. Twilight, ami deckled to lay his
resignation on the table for the pres
ent. A clause In the law relating
to road supervisors, and whloh the gen
erall public probnlbly kmows little about,
is to the effect that If the county court
appoints a man supervisor of a cer- .
tain district and he refuses to serve,
he is subject to a line of 125,
The report of the viewer and sur.
veor on altering the county road in
Dlstrlot No. 12 "was rend first time
and 'laid on the table until today when
H will be acted upon.
A report from Itias. H. Miller, super
visor of District (No. 12, was read, stat
ing that -the bridge at Louslgnont
Creek had been damaged by high wa
ter. The clerk was ordered to Inform .
the court of the amount necessary for
TO THE PETITIONERS OF ALDER
BROOK. Recognizing the Justice of your re
quest for representation on the school
board and thanking you for the honor
conferred In your petition, I announce
myself candidate for director at the
coming election the 11th Inst.
W. F. MCGREGOR.