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VOU XLIV, NO. 8.
j J I ;ir iv 1 i v,
I Iron & St- el,
j Grocerie- & Provisions,
! ' Flour & Mill Feed.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
1 Fairbank's Scales,
: Poors & Windows,
! Agricultural Implements
i' Wagons & Vehicles.
HAVE YOU A WIFE?
Have you any little ones 7 ir
go, buy a lot on the Seashore, and
build them a summer borne.
Ther Is no more beautiful place
. than Sliver Point Cliffs. E. S5.
Ferguson, agent. Astoria Ab
Snap A rodak
at uny man comlUK out ol
our mo e anil you'll Ret a
portrait of it mull brlnimlnit
..er with pleasant, thoughts.
Hm-h quality I11 th- llquori
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Corne and Try Them.
HUGHES a CO.
Is there a man with heart so cold.
That from his family would withhold
Tht comforts which they all could find
In articles of FURNITURE of th
And we would suggest at this season,
nire 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. . t
HEILBORN & SON.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Concnmly St.. (not of Jackson, Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Unit nd Marine Engines. Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Cnstlr.es of All rvscrlptlmu Made to Order on
John Vox. President and Superintendent
A. l. Fox Vice .President
O R. Pmel Secretar
Huntpr Epicures ay the best
V. Pork Sausage combines
tha flavor of of lean pig
riergen's.pirk with the flaky fat
and thefmes herbs.
We furnish the table with this kind of
sa usage that pleases the veriest epicure.
Portland Butchering Co'a 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 Chlckering, the Hard
u.iin and the Fischer are the best pi
...;os now before Che public. They
. pw.eotlon in every detail.
WlbEY B. ALLEN CO.
They Lck Life
There are twines sold to fishermen
on the Columbia river that stand in
the same relationship to Marshall i
Twine as a wooden image does to th
human being they lack Btrength life
-evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself into the belief that other
twines besides Marshall's will do "Just
as well. Tey won t, mey cauuui.
riven by Mr. Emll Thielnorn,
graduat? cf the Hamburg Conservatory,
Germany; also a member of the Chicago
Musical Society. Studio, corner of 12th
and Commercia streets, up stairs.
.... . i'.-,.!. t. Kj.un ahrin ifl OTJDAS
I t,'J riili i-' " r - '
ite Cutting's cannery, is now prepared
lO Q(l BUL" , ,
cannery coolers, repairing old one.
making D9W nsllin DOl iruim, bum
.? .1.1 - rt all rther biack-
imithing that requires first -clans work
mi rmaxirlnr vour hoUM
this sprir.g; possibly on building a new
one If . remember we are carpen-
. ' 1 h.ilMarH with a BhOTJ full Of
tools always willing to do such Job
and want your wore.
ana w MtTj.m A VOSSET.
JgifNew invoices of shoes and clothing just arrived, the
best $1.50, $2-.00 and $2.50 shoes, and the best $5.00, $7.00
and $10.00 men's suits in the city- ,
I. L. OSGOOD,
The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher.
606 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OR.
REMNANTS I REMNANTS I I REMNANTS I I I
UuJfLiLt tuLii AN OLD WUMAH wun wiuK-LfcH may nave every
Ywu truce removcd and tbe contonr restored-
LOLA MONTEZ CREME,
Skin Food and Tissue Bullclor. Does not cover
mukes the tissues nrm ana ou ira up mo wui
Lowest in prieennu Desi in viuue: ro iarue roi ouvm.,,..
.. i. ,i. .., mm, in 1 77. ii'ili km, ihr. hnlr in curl n aVimri tit heal. leaves no stick r
deimslt nm es the Imir elossv; Kunmnteed hurmlcss; In a tonic for sculp; elcnnsos the hair.
Apply FKIZZ, use curllni! Iron not too hot or ro 1 the hair In papers until perfectly dry.
After usliie a few tlmethe most stubborn hair will keep In cut 1. Price so cents.
g Mr. NBTTIE HARRISON, ,
Sold by lieauty uoetor, VM2 ueary et , sun a raucisco.
Mrs. D. R. BLOUNT,
457 Duane St., Astoria, Oregon.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
26 & Rockwell St.
Chicago, III. Chicago, III.
Pacific Coast Office and Warerooma,
335 Morrison, cor 7th St. Portland, Oregon.
L. V. MOORE, manager.
Entire Change of Program,
Monday Evening, March 25th.
OR') & CLIFFORD,
Tbe greatest knock -about Comedians on the coast. Direct from the Orrpbenm
Theatre San Francisco.
Edwin R Ling, the great comedian direct from New York,
Miss Lydia Purdy, Astoria' favorite singer, will positively
appear in the latest Eawtern and European 6ongs.
EARL E A LAND
OLLIE OA! MAN.
Admission 10;m ? 20 ceu l a.
. . iilt aMh.rtti tiuiixrn iriumi - 01 lonr.
Which make good clothing
good form and good service
are combined in my stock.
Added to these is the rock
bottom prices which in these
times is a great attraction in
Men's and Boys' Cloth
ing, Furnisning Goods,
Hats.Caps, Boots. Shoes
Trunks, Valises4 etc.
GRIFFIN & REED'S
How many we see on our streets only remnants of beautiful
women, Blmdowt of bygone davsl It nqed not be so while
there exists Ami'tcaBonlv Bt'-utt Dorftir.MKS NK'ITIK
HKRIS . AN OLD WOMAN WITO GRAY HAIR
may have tt changed in four days to its natural color with
MRS. HARRISON S HAIR RESTORER.
Only four to ten days required to restore hair to natural
cobr. Is not a dye or bleach. No sediment or stickiness.
Color is permaneiit when once your hair is restored to its
natural shade. Hair liecomes glossy and clean. rice 81.
but heals and cures blemishes of the akin;
Wholesale Pries Quoted
DEALERS AND HERCHANTA. .
Catalogues Mailed Pre on Application.
Main Office and warerooms,
243-253 Wabash Ave.,
"Snch a Nice Girl. Too."
TUG VELOS WRECKED.
She was Towing a Barge Load
' ed with Laborers.
FIVE MEN WERE DROWNED.
The Tug- was Driven Ashore on
Trial Island daring;
Gale Friday Night.
Victoria, B. C March 33. The tug
Velos, bound for the stone quarries
at Nelson and (Hadinigton Islands, was
driven ashore on Trial. Island during
a gode lost night and ia a total wreck.
Five men were drowned. They are;
Frederick Adams, a well-known con.
tractor who Is building the capltol
here, aged 65, and married. .
Arthur Bovfers, chief engineer, ag'ed
Robert Smith, cook, aged 50, single.
Frank Duncan, deck hand, aged. 20,
single. - '
William Law, fireman, aged 30, mar
ried. The first four were drowned, and the
last named died from exposure in the
rigging. Caiptaln. Andorson swam to
a reef U midnight and was rescued
this morning. The Velos -was towing
a barge . on . which 'were 25 latborers,
and the barge was fortunately driven
ashore on a eandy ibeaoh. The tug was
valued at $10,000" and was tnsured.
REFUSED TO CONGRATULATE,
The Gorman Reichstag Voted Down
the Resolutions of Congratulation
to Prince Bismarck. .
Berlin, March 23. The relchstag to
day by a vote of 163 lo 146 rejected the
proposal of President Ilerr Von Levet
sow that the ihouse congratulate Prince
Bismarck on his (birthday, whereupon
Von Levetsow, amid cheering from th
memlbers on (the right, amnouJiced that
he reslgined the .presidency. The em
peror sent the folrorjirU?' telegram to
Blmnairok: - "I lhavm.MyeT "to yor
hlgtonesa an erppesT of my most
profound indtginaHon U. the resolution
which the relchatag nave Just adopted.
It is In most complete opposition to
the feeling of all German prince and
people." The national liberals Will en
deavor to force a dissolution, of the
raichstag and go before .the people with
Bismarck's name as the rallying cry.
Although it was known that consid
erable opposition existed among th
members to formally congratulating
Prince Bismarck, It was not entirely
expected that this opposition would be
carried to the extent It was. The unit
ed votes of the Centrists, Poles, FreJs
sdnnige, and the members of the Volks
partle, - however, brought about thii
It was stated in the lobbies of the
reichfctag this evening that the conser
vatives and national Uberals who
were dissatisfied with the preeent com
position of the relchatag, will on re
assembling of the house on Tuesday
endeavor to force the government to
dissolve. If they succeed their plan it
lo go to tihe country with Prince Bis
marck's name as the rallying cry and
enlarging an today's affair as being an
insult to the. founder of the empire.
The general opinion is that the mo
ment is not favorable to the campaign,
and that elections would quite poBsl
bly result In further increase in mem
bership of the socialist party, as thi
latter have lately 'been Improving theii
In contrast to the action of the relch,-
stag In the lower house of the Prussian
diet today, the Cerrtrteta, Poles, Fries.
sennlnges and socialists again united
-against a similar motion to congratu
late Prince Bismarck on his birthday
but In this Instance (the government
secured the adoption cf the proposition
by a large majority.
The rejection of the .motion is cer
tain to cause a great deal of feeling In
the country. Rlohter, tihe radical lead
er, foresaw this when few days ago
he explained the reasons why the rad
Icals would oppose the propositioo
when he said It was not a que!. 'on of
politeness toward an aged gentleman
Bismarck, he claimed, still repressnts
certain political principles and bis great
personality cannot tie divided into the
Bismarck who achieved so much in
behalf of German unity, and the Bis
marck who has ten thoroughly hos
tile to liberalism. Richter said: "He
does not regard hi political career a
finished. He takes every opportunity
of influencing public opinion by th
authority of nis name fat favor or a
policy which tbe radicals have to com
bat almost dally."
FRENCH BI-MBTALUC iiBAGUE.
.. Paris, March 83. The (Bimetallic
League held its first meeting oer to
day.. A committee was appointed to
prepare a program for a propaganda of
tb policy of the league. M. Lotfcet,
formerly premier, is president of tbe
Rome, March 23. A Heavy earth
quake occurred this afternoon at th
town of Comaoohlo, located in the pro
vince of Ferrera. ' Church walls fell,
burying a number of worshippers. Six
bodice have been recovered.
CAPTURE OF NEW C HWANG.
Details Received Per the Oriental
Toklo, Maroii. 9t)h, per steamer Bel
gic via San Fnanclsco (March 23d The
detail of the capture of New Chwang
have been received. After the contest
had lasted several hours, the Chinese
were driven toward New Chwang with,
in the fortifloatlons which .they estab
lished themselves, apparently deter
mined to defend, the position in good
earnset. The attack was made on
March 4th. Two points at the north
and west .were assaulted at dawn and
at 10 o'clock the gates were .forced
and breeches made in the walls. The
reslstence was stubborn and It was
not until 11 o'clock at night that th
struggle ended. (Eighteen hundred of
the Chinese were killed before the
streets were cleared and victory wai
proclaimed. Five hundred prisoner
were taken, and the remalndtr of the
beaten army escarped in the darkness.
Sixteen large guns and an immense
quantity of other wur material were
CHANGED HIS PLAN3.
Admiral Meade Did Not Visit Cuban
Washington, March 21. Admiral
Meade has cabled the navy department
that he has sailed with his squadron
from Son Domingo for Kingston,' Ja
maica. According to the program ar
ranged for the cruise of the North
Atlantic squadron before it sailed from
Hampton Roado, the vessels wre to
atop at Port Au Prince after leaving
Han Domingo, and to proceed to San
tiago de Cuba. Just Why Admiral
Meada omitted this potait in his cruise
was not explained in the cablegram.
The explanation -that finds general be
lief Is that Admiral Meade has heard
of the difficulty that has arisen be
tween the United States and Spain over
the Alllainca affair, and Is indisposed
to complicate the diplomatic adjust
ment of the case by paying a visit to
Cuban waters that might .be construed
by the Spanish press into a demonstra
tion of force intended to coerce fhelr
A DENVER HOTEL, BURNING. .
Several Firemen Durned to Death by
Falling Floor. ' i .
Denver, . March 24. The St. Janie
Hotel, one of the finest hi the city, is
burning. The fire broke out n the
basement shortly before midnight and
soon after the floor of the rotunda col
lapsed letting the flames and smoke
into the office and corridors. The fire
men seem to have the fire under con
trol, although it Is burning stubborn
ly. The loss has already reached $40,
000, and unless soon extinguished, will
greatly exceed that amount. Whlla
the fire was at Its height, the floor
sank, throwing several men Into the
pit of dense smoke below.
At 1:45 p. m. three bodies have been
taken out, as follows: .Harold W. Hart
well, Captain of Hose Company No. 3;
Richard Damhrldge, plpeman; Steven
Marshal, pipeman; There 1 one other
body In the ruins, probably another
PHOBBE LOVED HIM.
Senator Fair and Phoebe Cousins Were
"San Francisco, March 23. The Call
will publish tomorrow a long story
telling of ithe affection that existed
between the late James G. Fair and
Mis Phoebe Cousins, the well-known
lecturer and woman's rights advocate,
According to the Call they were en
gaged to be married and only the death
of the millionaire prevented the mar
riage. Miss Cousins is at present In
San Jose taking care of tier brothei
who Is 111. To a Call reporter she told
of her affection for Mr. Fair.
APPROPRIATION BILL, APPROVED
Olympla, March 23.-The governor ap
proved the general appropriation bill
without any changes whatever. The
total amounts to $1,313,928, which, wltr.
the heavy deficiencies running back to
1891. and Interest, together with the
special appropriation acts, will be ap
The governor ha vetoed special act
amounting to nearly 190,000, including
120,000 for a state wagon road (through
the Natches Pass, t&O.OOO for free text
books, $2,500 for an artesian well In
Walla Walla county. $4,500 for the
Eastern Washington hospital. The to
tal of appropriations is 1n excess of
the probable revenue according to the
most conservative estimate somewhere
between $300,000 and $400,000.
The governor also vetoed the bill
appropriating $25,000 for the construc
tion of a wsrvshop at the Eastern
SHNTBNCEID FOR LIFE.
Belleville, III., March 23. Anna Kaha
who was convicted of murdering her
husband, was granted a new trial to
day on the ground that In a murder
case Hke the one in question the male
accessory Is always mors guilty than
tbe female accomplice. 6he thereupon
pleaded guilty. Judge 'Wilderman then
sentenced her to life Imprisonment.
Her aocomprice, George Central, suf
ferad the 4eath penalty some months
iinn it nnur unirmn
Lire in mr mm
It Seems to Have No Particular
KILLS ' HIS SEVENTH MAN.
A Murderer Acquitted by the Coron
er's Jury in a Fr w Mlnutes
Denver, March 83. A News special
horn Santa Fe., N. M., says: Phil. Hef
ley killed Ben Holman at Lordsburg
without provocation and without giv
ing his victim a dhance to defend him
self. He was acquitted by a Justice
of the peace and has since been play
ing the part of a town terror,' making
many (threats. W. B. Connor forbade
him to come to his house to see his
daughter and he stated this week that
he would kill Connor. The latter arm
ed himself and toy chance met Hefley.
Hefley shot at Connor with his six
shooter and Connor returned the fire.
Hefley shot again, and Connor then
shot twice, and Hefley dropped dead.
The coroner's Jury brought 1n a verdlot
that Connor was Justified In shooting
and he was released. Holman was the
sixth mom Hefley bad killed.
THE MEMORIAL MUSEUM. '
A Permanent Feature of Golden Gate
San Francisco, March 23. The me
morial museum that has been built
at Golden Gate Park from 'the funds
remaining from the-Midwinter Fair
was dedicated to the public this after,
i.oon. Several thousand people attend
ed the ceremony. The museum bulldi
Ing, which came to be known during
the Midwinter Fair as the fine art
building and a magnificent collection
of curios, bought at. the expense of
$147,000, were presented by the board of
directors of the fair association to the
toard of park commissioners as repre
sentatives of the people.'- It was stat
ed .that the total receipts of the Mld
winter Fair were $1,269,113, and the to-
tal diabursemonts $1,133,121. ;
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San Francisco, March 23. Arrived
Bertha, from Alaska; Belgic, from
Hong Kong and Yokohama.
Cleared Columbia, for Astoria and
Portland; Costa Rloa, for Nanaimo;
Jeanle, for Prince William Sound; Sal
mo, for Prince William Sound; Balae
no, whaling; ship EBwell, for Nanaimo.
Departed Bark Highland Light, fT
Cook' Inlet; schooner Proprper, for
Kodlak; schooner iMelanothon, fot
Freights and charters American
ship American coal from Departure
Bay to San Francisco.
A COUNTERFEIT QUARTER.
Baltimore, March 23, The finest
counterfeit quarter dollar ever mad'
was discovered today. It Is of th
serjes of 1893, and is composed largely
of silver. Only the most adroit expert
ian detect It from the genuine and U
Is believed to have been circulated In
large quantities. This is one of th
rare Instances In which nearly all sil
ver has been used In counterfeiting
The metal Is now so cheap that coun
terfeits of legal weight can be made
at a handsome profit.
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.
Ithaca, N. T., March 23. The agrlcul'
'.oral department at Cornell claim to
have adopted a new discovery which
will prove of great economy and value
to farmers. It is found that buttei
fat can be extracted from whey bj
running It through a separator. It li
ettlmated that the process would savr
jgrl(Mjlturlts of New York state near
ly $1,000,000, or to put It in anothci
way, the entire expense of maklnp
cheese would be paid by (the saving o!
what has heretofore been watsed.
San Francisco, March 23. Five fur
kngs Roma, 1:07;
Five furlongs Ross, 1:04 3-4 r
Fairy stakes, 2-year-olds, five fur
lengs Tonnessee Mlaid, 1:06 1-2.
On and one-sixteenth milex, handi
capOakland, 2:03 3-4.
Mile and one-half steeplechase Th
Lark, 3:23 1-2.
Six furlongs Contribution, 1:19 1-4.
GOT A RE-HEARING.
New York, March 83. Franz Van
Reeth, one of the excluded diamond
cutters who came on the Westernland,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
PRICE. FIVE CENTS.
.l In trettlng a re-bearing to
day at Ellis Island. It then developed
that he was the most expert diamond
cutter 1n the world. He claimed to be
worth $100,000 and declared that 'he
came over to visit Mr. Clsterman, one
of the Cincinnati firm who are suppos
ed to have contracted for the men. Ills
examination will be continued Monday.
NOT ALL DEJAD YET.
Stockton, Cal., March 23.-Two bunco
mem last w?ek ptoyed 'the old game on
a Lodl farmer and worked Mm out of
$1500. The farmer 1s eald to have
drawn the money from the Lodl bank
to play with the gentlemen who wanted
to buy his ranoh, but on the discovery
of Ma loss he succeeded in quieting the
matter. His desire to prevent the
disclosure of his greenness Is said tc
.have led Mm to make no complaint to
the officers and his name te not known.
THE HUNT iNEARING THE END.
' Seattle, March 23. The man hunt Is
drawing to a close and with the cap
ture of R. H. Ford, alias Manning, ev
eryone of the notorious members of
the gang that walked out of the coun
ty Jail last Sunday night save the
bunco man Frank J. Hart, has been
captured. Ford was captured In this
city this afternoon by Chief of Police
Rogeri and Detective Cudlhee.
SPAIN'S NEIW CABINET.
Madrid, Alardh 23. Senior Castcllo
has formed a new cabinet and the
members were sworn this evening.
The Associated Press News Contatoed
In the Afternoon Report.
Chicago, March 23.-JTwo receivers of
the whisky (trust presented their resig
nations to Federal Judxe Grosacup to
oay. They were Receivers Lawrence
and Mitchell. General John McNult
was continued by Judge Grosscup as
sole receiver. The Jud?o said the resig
nations were rendered because it wa
thought that the business of the rei
cetvership .had reached such ft stage
that one man could conduct it without
.difficulty. There has been no trouble
between the court and the receivers.
In flnanctal circle it Is the general
belief that despite assertions to tlie
contrary the resignations were a result
of a merry war between the three men.
It is asserted today that the court's
proceedings were arranged solely for
the purpose of letting Receiver Law
rence down easy, and his resignation
was not Wholly voluntary. It is com
mon talk on the tock exchange that
Lawrence has been working in the In.
toreBts of the Greenhut crowd. To.
.day's affair, was generally conHldetd
praof of supremltry- of the reorganisa
tion committee and the pronounced de
feat of Greenhut, , , .
Port Louis Island, IMaurftlous, March
23. John L. WaWer, formerly United
States consul at Tannatave Inland,
Miadagaocar, has been found guilty of
corresponding With Hovas, after a
trial by the French court martial, amd
sentaniced to twenty years imprison
ment. Waller secured a concession
from the Hova government of the
whole southwrl part of the Island of
' Madagoeca, in spite of the repeated
' protests cf the French residents and
the French colonists generally. Accord
In? to the French pioneer colonita all
nationalities engtured on I'the India
rubber trail consider their vested In
terests had been injured by the con
Tesslon to Waller.
San Francisco, March 23. Two (team
schooners went out this morning with
union crews, which afforded consider
allile satisfaction to the striking s4l
nrs. The steam schooner Colin, Wis
barkentlne C. F. Crocker and tho
schooners Bessie K. and Malnnothin
wont out with non-unl'JO crews after
the shipping master had scoured the
waterfront for Japanese, negroes and
stranded farmers. The schooner Lau
ra 'May, whldh recently sailed hen?
for Ptiget Sound, put back into port
today for repairs. Late one night the
Laura May was run down by an un
known three-masted schooner. The
Laura May's bulwarks were smashed,
her sails torn amd her mlzzen mat car
ried overboard. The strange schooner
Tllded away and her commander re
fused to answer all signals from the
Jefferson City, Mo., March 23. The
house oame near closing the sewoion
with a set-to between Sixmcer of fct.
Louis and Davidson, of Marlon, one a
Republican and the other a Democrat,
They engaged in a wordy altercation
iver a resolution to adjourn at S
o'olock today. Spencer called David
rrn a liar and a conitemprltde hound.
The sergeant-art -orms and half a dozen
nembers prevented an encounter.
Key' West, March 23.-iAn official of
the Cuban government "Who arrived
here says detailed end exact informa
tion In the hands of the Spanish oltl
rials as to places throughout the Unit
ed States where arms and ammunition
ire b4rur collected nd shipped to Cu
ban Insurgents. Important rendez
vous are stated to be Philadelphia,
Perth, Amboy, N. J., Savannah, Fer
nandez and other points south.
Washington, March 23. Nothing hae
been beard officially at the state de
partment of the reiorted senten"o by
French court-martial In Mailagancar
if ex-United States Consul Waller to
twenty years imprisonment for corres.
Minding with Hovas. If the olreiirru
ttaitces are as reported it Is proUaMo
ur government will enter an. energetic
nrutest against the arbitrary action
of the French authorities.
Shanghai, March 23. A dlupateh from
Formosa, says the Japanese attempted
'o make a laniifis: at the I'esc;l.irea
Islands but were repiil-d with a
Nice, March 2.1. The Allsa won eaellv
'.n the International yacht race with
he Britannia, Corsair and Valkyrie.
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Shop oo Ilwaoo Dock.