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TELEGRAI3H IC PRESS REPORT.
VOL. XIJV, NO., 02.
A. V. AL,L,EN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed.lProvisions, Fruits,
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. C5 ud Squemoquc Streets. Astoria. Ore.
FREEMAN & HOLMES.
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc.
LOGGING CAP (DORK A SPECIALTY
1.97 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth. Astoria, Or.
C.J. TRENCH ARD, Agent
Wells, Fargo & Co. and
Pacific Express Co.
tfOP and PHOENIX INSURANCE CO'S.
Custom House Broker
and Commission Merchant.
50a 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. 55.
Ferguson,' agent. Astoria Ab
Snap fl Kodak
at any man coming out ot
our store anil you'll get a
portrait of u man brimming
over wltn pleasant thoughts.
Such quality In the liquors
we nave tooilerare enough to
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Coroe and Try Them.
HUGHES fit 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 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 plenp
the closest buyers.
HEILBORN & SON.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Concomly St., foot o( Jackson. Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Maker
Land and Marine EnRlncs. Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Castings ot All Descriptions Made to Order o
John Fox. President and Superintenden
A. L. Fox vlee Preaiden
O. B. Prael Seeretar
Hunter Epicures say the bes
Jf. Pork Sausage combine
& the flavor of of lean pi,
flergen's.pork with the flaky fa
and the fines herbs.
We furnish the table with this kind o
sausage that pleases the veriest epicure.
Portland Butchering Co'f Mark.
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
i,! us that the Chickering, the Hard-
,,-an and the Fischer are the best pi
nnn now before the public. They
show perfection In every' detail.
WILiEY B. ALtLtEfJ CO.
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to fishermen
ott the Columbia river that stand in
the same 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 into the 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 memoer or tne i;nicaa;u
Musical Society. Studio, corner of 12th
and Commercla streets, up stairs.
This is the month in which
to have your Roses, Ornamen'
tal and Fruit trees trimmed,
For all such work call at
Cor. 8th & Eqchjne Street
Opp. Flavei Residence.
Your mind is on repairing your house
this spring; possibly on building a new
one. If o. remember we are carpen
ters and builders with a shop full of
tools always willing to do such Jobs
and want your work.
MILLER A VOSNEY.
Shop on Ilwaoo Dock.
HOW CAN HE
But I do sell
Men's and Boys' Negligee oversbirts nt 2.rc.
" with yoke
Boys' (i to J 4 yrs.) Knee pant suits 75, $1,
all wool 82 50.
' (7 to 14 yrs.) Double seat and knee pant suits (4
' (14 to 19 yrs.) Long pant all wool suits to.
Men's all wool suits fit. $7 Hod upwards.
' Lace or Uaitor iintiu calf shoe SI. 50
i u Wbitruim calf shoe 2.
' " " Devon Liftht call shoe 2.50. '
' Fur felt lints 1. 1.52, 1.50 and upwards,'
' " " fedora Imts $1.50, 2 and upwards.
' " " stiff hats 1.50. 2 nud upwards.
Quills (full size) SI, 1.25, 1 50aud 2
Blankets (10-4 size) 81.53, 2, 2.50, II, 3.50, 4.
Full lines of Men's and
ishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots. Shoes. Trunks,
Valises, etc, from 1 6 to 33
Seo show windows and
I. L. OSGOOD,
The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher.
506 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, AST0BIA, OB.
REMNANTS I REMNANTS
Hnw manv we see
there exists Am
Only four to ten
col -r. is not a dve
Color is permanent
uZtoZUi.KdJ AX OLD WOMAN
1u4a K)unU.' ( tn,t'e reinove(1 antl tlie contour restored.
LOLA MONTEZ CREME,
kln Food and Tissue Hulldcr. Doph not cover blit lioals and cures blemishes of the skin;
ii, o t.mmieu lli in mid builds in) the wurii-out imiBi'le (Hires unci inn tlii'in nlimii)
lowest In iirleennd best In value: ro Larue
may keep It tlull'y Willi KK1ZZ. II ni f-; 'hi
leposit. nm es the Hair glossy; (ruaranteeu iiarnuess; is a tonic ior snup; cieunses me nair.
pply KKI., use eiirlinit iron not too hot or ro 1 the hair In papers until perfectly dry
Vfter using u lew times the most stubborn hulr will keep lu cm 1. I Jrlco go cents.
Mr. NBTTIE HAHHIHON,
Sold by Beauty Diwtor, 40-4J Oeary ft , Han Francisco.
Mrs. D. R. BLOUNT,
4.37 Dnano St., Astoria, Oregon.
PIANOS SB ORGANS.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
36 & Rockwell St
Pacific Coast Office and Warerooms,
335 Morrison, cor 7th St. . Portland, Oregon.
L. V. MOORE, manager.
Entire Change of Program,
In their Successful and Wonderful Serpentine Dance.
dUAtflTA & . MINNETTE.
Atten'ion of all is called to the wardrobe of these la.hea.
LYDIA PUKDY. MAY Dl VILLON.
MAY LOVE LAND. EAKL LEALAND
BELLE BROWN. CAD WILSON
OLLIK O ATM AN. 'Vuch a Nice Girl. Too."
Having joit received a new outfit from Has Francisco will gire b;i great exhibition
of black art and fpirit cabinet work.
ASTORIA. OREGON, SUNDAY 310KN1XG, MAttCH 17, 1895.
fU, 75, XI,
Boys' Clothing, Furn
per cent less than elsewhere.
A FULL LINE
REMNANTS I I I
on our streets onlv remnants of beautiful
of bvgone (lavs I It need not be so while
ricVxniily Bi'"iiM Dnetor, M KN N K'l Tl F,
OLD WOMAN WITH GRAY HAIR
11. . u . -i
may have it changed in four days to its natural color with
HARRISON S HAIR RESTORER.
days required to restore hair to natural
or bleach. JNo sediment or stp kiness
when once your hair is restored to its
Hair becomes glopsy and clean. ncp 1.
WITH WRINKLES may have every
l-ot. A GIKL WITH HTKAKiHT HAIU
Itair in curl in tlnmp or hi(. Lmves no sticky
Wholesale Prlcei Quoted
RESPONSIBLE DEALERS AND flERCrlANT.S.
Catalogue Mailed Free on Application.
Main Office and warerooms,
343-253 Wabash Ave.,
& BOND STREETS.
Evening, March 18th.
"The Fiddling Governor," Died
Suddeniy at Tacoma.
MASON, ELK MYSTIC SHRINER.
Ex-Lieutenant Governor of Nevada
and Ex-Lleutenunt Governor and
Governor of Washington.
Tacoma, March 16. Charles E
Laughton, the "fiddling governor," and
ex-Ueutenant governor of Washington
and Nevada, died at 8:30 tonight at the
Bohemian Club, of heart failure, caus
ed by kidney trouble, dropsy and tape
worm, of which he was delivered yes
terday. He came here last Saturday
from Olympla, where he had been dur
ing the legislative session. He bacame
sick suddenly, and Tuesday his sor
Ray was telegraphed for. At 8:10 this
evening he felt 'betrter and was moved
to the parlor of the club. Ten mln.
utes later ha complained of the room
being too warm. His son Ray went to
open the window, when he exclaimed
"Oh, iMy God!" and expired, sinking in
his chair. The book he was reading,
"The 6unny Side of Politics," fell in
his lap. Funeral arrangements havi
not 'been made. Mrs. Laughton and twe
daughters We in San FrancLsco.
Mr. Laughton was 'born in Bangor
Maine, where his father Still lives, and
was 49 years old. In 1882 the was elect
ed lieutenant-governor of Nevada,
itervinor four years, and in 1889 was
elected to the same offloe in this state,
for three years. He was acting gover
nor for six months during 18J0. He
was an Elk, 33rd Degree Mason, and
It Was Discussed at the German State
Berlin, March 16. The state council
yesterday discussed the currency ques
Hon and adopted a resolution notlnj
with satK'aoUoa Von Kohenlohe's
statement In the relchdtag February
15th, In regard to the proposed inter
national monetary conference and ex
pressing the opinion that in view ot
this statement no further measuw
should be taken at present, but the
result of the steps already contomplat
ed should be awaited. The statement
of Hohenlohe In the reichstag on Feb
ruary 15th regarding the proposal of
an International monetary conference,
was as follows: "Without prejudicing
our Imperial currency, one must con
fess the difference in the value of gold
and silver continue to react upon out
commercial life. Following, therefore,
the tendencies which led to the ap
polntment of a silver commission, I
am ready to consider in conjunction
with federal governments, whether we
cannot enter upon a friendly Initer
change of opinion as to common reme.
dial measures with other Btates which
are chiefly Interested In maintaining
the value of silver."
CHINA WILL 'BEG.
She Asks -Foreiga Powers to Help Save
6t. Petersburg, March 16. The Chi
nese envoy has solicited the Interven
tion of Russia, for the protection of th
integrity of China's continental terri
torles In 'the event of Japan Insisting
upon concessions on the Chinese main
land. The Chinese envoy has gone tc
Berlin la order to make a request 01
Germany, and similar instructions havi
been sent to the Chinese tnvoys at Lon
don and Paris. It is added that no
request for assistance has been mad(
to the United tSaites, Italy or Austria
EX-"CXNGRHSSMAN LEE DOM DEAD
Toledo, Ohio, March 16. Ex-Congressman
John V. Leedom, once a well
known figure In the national political
field, died In Toledo today, aged 4
years. Leedom was representative of
the 7th congress from this state and
at the close of his term was elected
sergeamt-at-arms of the house, serving
two terms In that office. During hie
last term and toward the close of
Cleveland's first term of office, the fa.
mous Sllcott defalcation took place
which blasted 'Leedom's political lift
and completely shattered his health
Edward E. Sllcott was Leedom's dep
uty end he a"bsconded with funds ag
gregating tlOO.rK) and has never been
apprehended. The major part of the
money was from salary accounts of
congressmen. Mr. Leedom was relieved
by congress of paying the stolen money
as it was conclusively proven, that h
was not only Innocent of any knowl
edge of the defalcation, but was a
heavy sufferer himself.
TO INCREASE THE POPULATION.
Tacoma, March 16. At a meeting
held today the Tacoma Chamber of
Commerce and Commercial Club voted
to consolidate, forming a Chamber o J
Commerce composed of 500 active busi
ness and professional men. The chara
tier has taken for Its motto, "Tacoma
.... 1. ... mnA t
be made to secure that population foi
this city In live years.
THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY.
They Did Considerable Gunning on the
Way down the Coast.
Washington, March 10. The preslden
and party reached the city on the Vio
let, shortly after 4 p. m. President
Cleveland limped slightly, the result of
an accident which happened- to him
shortly before he left the city. During
the comparatively short time the party
were actually hunting for game they
managed to conjure 50 fine specimens
of bramt, 41 ducks and 12 snipe. Only
two brace of the largest ones were car
ried away from the vessel. ;
Capt., Donnell says the trip of Mr.
Cleveland appeared to give him very
JUDGE iDIXON RETURNS.
He Says Native Hawailans Are Foi
Salt Lake, March 16.-nA special to the
Tribune from Butte, Montana, says
Judge Dixon, who had befen sent to
Honolulu by Chairman McCreary, of
the House foreign relations committee
returned today. While declining tc
discuss the object of the trip, he admits
making a thorough Investigation otf
recent events on the islands, and gives
It as his opinion that annexation Is in
evitable. He says the natives are be
coming enthusiastic annexationists and
all favor It except the English.
OMAHA FIRE LADDIES.
Rescued a Number of Pretty Girls from
a Burning Block.
Omaha, (March 16. Sixteen people were
rescued from the third and fourth sto.
rles of the burning Wltbnell 'block, cor
ner o 15th and Harney streets, today,
by the Omaha firemen, -with the aid of
extension ladders. A number of then
were young women, and all wer car
ried out In safety. The loss was onlj
Sn Francisco, March 16.-Arrlved
Del Norte, from Gray's Harbor; U. S
S. Bennington, from Acapulco; sehooncj
Falcon, from New Westminster; schoon
er Elwood, from Alaska; San Benito
from ' Tacoma; schooner Amethyst,
from Coqullle river.
Cleared Schooner Kodlak, for Alas
Defarted Areata, for Cool Vy
Wellington, for Nanalmo; Walla Wall
for Victoria and Port Townsend;
schooner G. W. Watson, for Port Blake
ley; schooner Jno. V. Miller, for Gray's
Harbor; schooner Helen N. Kimball,
for Tacoma; schooner Robert and Mln.
nle, for Sluslaw river.
Freights and charters -American
ship Lyman D. Forster, lumber from
Blakeley to Shanghai; American bark
Oregon, coal from Nanalmo to San
' SAN FRANCISCO WHEAT.
San Francisco, 'Mirch 16. Wheat-
There Is a continued demand on the
shipment account, with prices steady
at 87 1-2 per cental for No. 1 grades;
choice offerings will bring 88 3-4. Mil
ling igrades firm at 91 1-4 98 1-4
Walla Walla, 78 3-4081 1-4 for fair
average quality; 82 1-2587 1-2 for blue
stem, and 7677 1-2 for damp.
Liverpool, March 16. Wheat De
mand moderate; No. 2 red winter, 4s.
10 d: No. 2 red spring, lis 3 l-2d; No. 1
hard Manitoba, Ds 3 l-2d; No. 1 Call
torn la, 5s 1 l-2d.
Hops at London, Pacific coast, 12 10s
New York, March 16. Hops, weak,
SAN FRANCISCO RACES.
San Francisco, March 16 Albout Blx
furlongs Comrade, 1:12 1-2.
Seven furlongs Jach Richelieu, 1:27
Five furlongs, spring stakes, 2-year
olds Crescendo, 1:10 1-2.
Mile and one-half steeplechase The
Mile and one-quarter handlcaip Oak
land. 2:08 3-4.
Five and one-half furlongs Royal
Flush, 1 :07 1-4.
HIS PUItSH GETTING EMPTY.
Boston, March 16.-John L, Sulllvar
will challenge the winner of the Kll
raln-O'Donnell fight here next Monday
A PINK 8NOW FALL.
Dubois, Col., March 16. This locality
is covered with snow an inch deep that
Is of a delicate pink hue. 'Examination
under a mineral glass showed that
there was no dust or dirt mixed with
the snow. There is much speculation
as to the cause of lth unusual appear
ance of this snow fall.
WILL SHAKE HANDS AGAIN.
Rio de Janeiro, March 16. The gov
ernment today formally decided to re
sume diplomatic relations with Portu
gal, which relations' were broken off
at the close of the reoclllon. when, a
number of Insurgents were given ref
uge on hoard a Portugese war vessel
RIDER StAGGARD HONORED.
London. March 16. Rider (Haggard
the well known author, was this even
Ing selected by a large number ot land
owners and farmers, to contest th
Bast Norfolk conatltiiency for conserv
atives at the next general ilect'on.
a hunarea xnousana peopie m iv,
which means that organized effort will
A PORTLAND FAILURE
Kndoiiih Goldsmith of Portland
Attached for $37,000.
HE KILLED TWO OFFICERS.
The Notorious Leader of the Soger's
Gang of Outlaws Killed In a
Portland, March 16. Attachments ag
gregating $37,500 were fllea tonignx
against Rudolph Goldsmith, dealer In
dry goods. It Is understood other suits
will be filed Monday. His stock Is es
timated at $100,000.
KILLED THE BANDIT.
After a Severe Fight the Officers Kill
the 'Notorious Bob Rogers.
Coffeyville, Kan., March 16.-At 4
o'clock this morning 20 mllea south of
this city, Deputy United States Mar
shal James Mayes, with a posse or
citizens, surprised Bob Rogers, leader
of the gang1 of outlaws known as
"Roger's gang," at the home of his
father. Part of the posse went up
Btalrs to capture the outlaw, who In
stantly Wiling W. B. McRader, and
wounding Phil Williams. The officers
then retired, but surrounded the house
and demanded the surrender of Bob
under penalty of burning the house,
upon which Rogers came out with a
Winchester rind fired ait Marshal Mayes
At tho next instant the flash of half a
dozen Winchesters sent so many balls
Into the body of the bandit, ending his
Kill a San Francisco Saloon Keeper
San Francisco, March' 16. Comellur
Stagg, proprietor of the Ingleslde, the
well known road house, was shot and
killed by an- unknown man tonight
About 10 o'clock he. was sitting in a
side room talking with his colored
hostler, when a, masked man. entered
carrying a large pistol. He commanded
Stagg to surrender and accompany hln
to the saloon, but Stagg, thinking it
was a Joke, laughingly refused, when
the robiber hit him on the temple with
the ibut end of the revolver, and ther
shot him over the right eye, killing
him Instantly. The murderer's pal
held up the bar keeper and two visit
ore, opened the till and removed the
contents. Both robbers then, made their
. WAS ONLY A FAKEL
Marshfleld, Or., March 16, Dan Clark
who startled this community yesterday
with his adventurous story and thrill
ing escape from the British ship Yeo
man, loft this morning before the light
of day, falling to mention to any one
his departure as well as to settle hlr
board 'bills. Satlors remaining In th(
marine hospital think Clark deserted
BASEBALL SCOTT DEAD.
San Francisco, March 16. Wlnifleld
Scott Camp, the 'baseball pitcher for
merly with Anson's Chicago team, died
on Saturday last of quick consump
Hon at Omaha. Camp was secured bj
tho Pittsburg club In 1892 from Seattle,
of the Northwest Pacific League.
WOULD NOT APPEAR.
New York, March 16. Justice Wm
Gaynor, of the supreme court, Brook
1 n, created a sensation this af ternoot
by refusing absolutely to appear as I
witness before the assembly commls
slon of Investigation of the recent trol
ley strike In Brooklyn.
A MODERN MINE.
Shamokln, Pa., March 16. The En
terprlse Coal Company Intends to us
electricity in their mines here. No
only will light be furnished to all por
Hons of the workings, but they wll
also do away with mules and use elec
tricity as a motive power.
A TITLED DAKEBALLIST.
London, March ltf. The lord mayor o:
London, Sir Joseph Penals, has accept
ed the honorary presidency of the Lon
don Baseball Association.
MISS STEVENSON'S ENGAGEMENT
Danville, Ky., March 16. The engage
ment of Miss Julia, Stevenson and Mr
Martin 'Hardin. .Is announced. Hardin
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
is a son of Assistant Attorney Genwal
Hardin, and Is now a student In the
theological seminary here.
The Associated Press News Contained
in the Afternoon Revort.
Pendleton, March. 16. Captain Iil h
ards oommondtaff the tronpa today hatf
a formal pow-wow with the Indian
chiefs. The chiefs mads lens speeches,
referring to the long years that their
people had been at peace with the
whites and claiming that the Umatilla
tribes always had assisted the white
settlers to repel the Invasion of hostile
bands of warriors from, the north. Af.
ter the pow wow . the troops gave an
exhibition of drill which impressed the
New Orleans, March 16. The militia
Is going through real hardships of po.
Ilea duty today. The morning opened
with a drizzling rain; accompanied by
a northern wind which grew coider es
the day progressed. Negroes are work
ing the wharves.
Washington, March. 16. Governor
Mclntyre, of Colorado, telegraphed Sec.
retary Gresham today that the two
lynched Italians had certainly taken
out their first and probably their sec
ond naturalization papers, but it is not
known yet whether Nanlno was nat
uralized. It Is also, asserted that the
two Italians who escaped the mob in
tlie first attack, had also taken out
their papers. It Is not known what be
came of these two men.
Acting1 Secretary Uhl said today that
no response had yet been received from
United States Minister Taylor at Mad
rid concerning the demand of the state
department for reparation for firing
upon the Alllanca.
Troppeau Silesia, Austria, March 16.
An explosion of fire damp took place
today in the Hohennagge mine, belong
ing to the estate ot the late Archduke
Albrecht, of Austria. At the time there
were 280 minors 'below. . Eighty of them
have been rescued slightly injured, and
hopes are entertained that the remain
ing 200 will 'be rescued. Eighty more
miners were rescued. The remaining
120 are Imprisoned in galleries blocked
with ddbrls. The bodies of several
have already been extricated.
Washington, March 16. Commission,
er Lamoreaux has determined to make
arrangements at onco for the appraisal
and sale of abandoned military reserva
tions. The reservation in the Coeur
d'Alene mining district -will be withheld
as It la though It may 'be needed for
military purposes in view of the dls.
turbances that have ocoured among
the miners in Northern Idaho.
Washington, March 16. Jt is expect
ed by the land department that the surw
veys on the Coqullle Indian reservation
will have progressed sufficiently dur
ing the coming summer and that the
Indian allottmen't will be made so that
a million and a half acres of land can
be opened for settlement.
London, March 16.-nA great lockout
of boot makers, affecting 200,000 oper
atives, commenced today. It la the out
come of a complicated dispute concern,
ling the use of machinery and other
Washington, March 16. Secretary
Carlisle has rendered a decision that
diamond-cutting is not a new Industry
within the meaning of the act of 1895,
and therefore diamond cutters brought
to this country some months ago under
contract to engage In diamond cutting,
must, bo deported.
Cape Town, March 16. The govern,
ment of the Transvaal republic has 1m
formed the banks that It has decided
strictly to prohibit the Imputation of
foreign silver coin. Foreign silver al
ready In Transvaal will be allowed in
Tien TBln, March lfl. Viceroy' LI
Hung Chang, China's peace envoy tc
Japan, left Taku last evening for Jap
an. It is reported here that the Jap.i
snese are rapidly repulslnff the Chinese
under Generals Sung and Ju.
Buenos Ayres, March, 16. A dispatch
from Rio de Janeiro says the cadets
of the military school have broken out
In a revolt against the government ex
ercising strict censorship over the tele
Atlanta, Ga., March 16.The Popu
lists of the Tenth Congressional Dis
trict today nominated Thos. II Watson
to make the race for th seat which
J. C. Black recently resigned.
Dr. Bollinger, director of the Anatom-lco-Pathologlcal
Institute In Munich,
asserts that it Is very rare to find a
normal heart and normal kidneys in
an adult resident of that' city. The
reason for the kidney disease is the
tax put 'upon these ortrans by the
drinking of excessive amounts of beer.
It Is not probable a barrel of whisky
In the basement would cause a rlut on
the floor of the state capltol as it did
in Inldana. Tlie peril would be the
crush to get there.
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