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ENERAL circulation and
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largest TOTAL circulation of ail
published m Astoria.
TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT.
VOL. XL1V, NO. 70.
ASTORIA. OREGOX,' WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 27 1895.
PKICE, FIVE CENTS.
. ... ... . -' ' . ",
lion it St-el,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour & Mill Feed.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors & Windows,
W'asrons & Vehicles.
Wall Paper !
Wall Paper !
Just received a largo invoice
..J' vil paper direct from
H. F. ALLEN'S,
365 Commercial Street.
Snap A Kodak
nt any mini coining out of
mir 8io e mid you'll get a
portrait or man brlmminx
cr wiln pleasant thoughts.
. Kuril quality In th liquors
we have to offer are enough to
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Corps 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 Table, 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.
HE1LBORN & SON.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Gn trf fy t'MM t Jackson. Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
uii4 una Murine Engines. Bollr work, Steam
boat and Cmn.ry Work a Specially.
C"n ' AH Description! Md to Order oa
.1 . 1 . ti b'u.v l't-detit and Superintendent
A Li pox Vice President
,, h. I'-iiei Secretar
Hunter Epicures iay the best
MUinci pork Sausage combine
the flavor of of lean pig
Hergen's.pork with the flaky fat
diiJ theft ics herns.
We furnish the table with this kind of
Si jsage that p.;aSiS the veriest epicure.
;jrtli.iJ Butchering Co'a Mark
Corner Second and Benton street.
Corner Third and West Eighth street
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to flshermem
u the Columbia river that stand In
ii.e same relationship to Marshall'!
Twine as a wooden Image does to tht
Luiuan being they lack strength life
-evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourseir into the belief that other
twines Lesldes Marshall's will do 'Just
as well." They won't. They cannot
Lersons given by Mr. Emll Thlelhorn,
gredt at? of the UanVurj Ccnrrvt,tory,
Germany; also ft member of the Chicago
Musi al Society. Studio, corner of 12th
ar. l Crn.r..ercia streets, up stairs.
- i Blacksmith n hoso shop la opv-1-e
Cuitlnx's cannery, la now prejmred
to do tuch odJ Job as making new
. A'r--y ffolfrn. repairing old onea,
r.jking new fiahin boat Iron, and r.
tiai-'ng J 'l "nr-, and all ether b.ack
iaa'thing that requires ttrtrt-claaa work
X our mm. m " '
this spricg; possibly on bulldlnc a new
one If so. remember we are carpen
ters and builders with a shop full of
tools always willing to do such Jobs
and want your wort.
rbarp oa Irwaca Book.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Hats,0aps, Boots. Shoes. Trunks, Valises1 etc.
I. L. OSGOOD,
The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher."
60S and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, A8T0RIA, 0E.
REMNANTS I REMNANTS I I REMNANTS III
Imt&ZJlt KdJu AN OLU WOMAN
Skin Food and Tisane Builder. Doe not cover, but heals and care blemlahes of the akin;
makes the tlaauea Arm and bullda up tha worn-out muscle fibres and makee them plump.
Lowest in price and best In value; 750 Iaro
n,.. i,..n ft i,ir w th FKI7.Z. Will Keen I ft
deponlt. mnbca the hair glossy; guaranteed harmleaa; Is a tonic tor scalp; eleansea the balr,
Aunly FK1ZZ. uae curltnK iron not too hot or
. . . 1 . I- .... 1. 11 1
Mm. NBJTTIE HAKH1HON,
Sold by Beauty Doctor. 4041 (ieary tit , Hau Frauelaeo.
Mrs. D. M. BLOUNT,
457 Duane St., Aatorla, Oregon.
' WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
j6 & Rockwell 5L
Chicago, III. v
Pacific Coast Office
335 Morrison, cor 7th St.
Entire Change of Program,
Monday Evening, Marchatfh.
Tbe greatest knock about Comedians on the coast. Direct from tfee Orrphenm
Theatre San Francisco.
Edwin R Ling, the great co ne Uaa direct frMi New Vnrl,
Miss Lydia Purdy, Astoria' favorite? finger, w;l! ositivr'y
appear in the la'est Extern 'an-1 Euroean 'on;.
MAY Dl VILLON.
Admififion t0nt 2018.
Is the prime neccesBity of J
those who supply his needs in
the matter of clothing. In the
essentials of quality and style
t .1.-11 . ; e
i cuaiitJDge coiupansoa ior my
goods, and I study the wants
of the public as to price, klsp
see my show .windows and
come inside and price my hew
lines and be convinced that
cannot be beat on the coast for
A FULL, LINE
GRIFFIN & REED'S
How many we we on oar street only remaantaof basatiful
women, shadows of bygone days! It need not ba so whila
there exists America's only Beauty Doctor, XR8. NSTT1K
HAHftlSO . AS OLD tPOMAlf WITH GRAY HAIR
may have it changed in four days to its natural color with
MRS. HAftRISOHS HMIK RESTORE.
Only four to ten days required to restore, hair ta natural
color.. Is not a dye or bleacb.. No sediment or stickiness.
Color is permanent when once your bair is restored to its
natural shade. Hair liecomes j loetyandclean. rice f 1.-
wiUMJtKa may .very
Pot. A OIHL WITH nTRAIOHT HAIR
now tnrurt Mdnmn or Htm. ixavee noillcn J
roll the liulr In papera until perfectly dry,
. will I. aah In n . V 1 V I . . -. .
Wbelasals Price Qnotad
RRSPON5IBLE DEALERS AND nERCHANT5.
Correspond ics Solicited. -:
: Catalogues Mailed Fr. oa Applkatloa.
W. W. KIMBALL CO.
Mala Office aid warrroom..
343-353 Wabash Ave..
L. V. MOORE, manager.
"Fncli a Nion Oirl. Too."
WANT: AN EXTE
Stahidii attd Hammond Will
Ask for More Time.
THE ROAD i WILL. BE BUILT.
8y Mr. Stlliton Wll knit With
Enflneerg this Morninr'i
Associated Pr . ;
. Portland, iMeroh k-jolhn C. etan-
ton, who Is protninentay connected with
the proposed Aittorta-Ootele. , railroad,
arrived -here today and , left tonlghlt
tor AirtoMa. IMKA, B. Hanimonrf, one
of the purdhsere of the Oreon Paci
fic, left New York With, Mi. ;9tanoi.
btrt laropped ri ! Miasoul oil buslnees.
He Is erperte (fn(a few days. Mr.
8tatori eeld: ''. ;i; V -, : i-. '
''So (r a the' Building. ot:e ABtu.
ria ruilroad is donwertnod. tt may be
conMdered ea aSa assured (act. Mr.
Hammond is ea "JndtataitUrajlJl worker
lb the enteivrue, ahd t to Wa courage
and bvdomltalbl. -wirj the MA make
tb4 edheme e, nf The pfeeent
been , mot trtau-ilcious.'ame.tto n
cotllaitei lam new eeourttlee on the mar-
kei'aadl whiaft ieen (done Is due
entirely , to the effort of Mr. Ham.
mond.-- . '".j. .'
A vertr of engineers alsq acoomjn-
led Mr. Stanton to Astoria, tonight for
the purpose at colnc over the' proposed
Hne of road, preparatory 4 Hits perma
nent locution. UsVttf Wr.K Hammond
arrives) no deflnlte (nformatlon ootioern-
Uig the future plains of those Interested
In the conetruotton of the road will be
fttlaanaMe. , In a genemd way Is
known tssat the jromoter tf the road
wtH .lapVMl to have aom eitaneron- of
time granted, end it In ekto .probable
that eqm ohavnge m Whe existing con
tracts wlH to taeked. '
IftCBonasTi the business suasoofait of
Ht. HVrrmitmd, will not te actively
identified wtth either e cottarucjtto.
tt the- Aatorik ioaid or such plana ,ejs
helve been devteed far me future of
the Oregon Pacific. He Is Dot in the
beet of healrth, and enjoying a. oompe
teney, will ivort Iteike an, aotlve, part in
the new venture, thus leaving euoh la-,
bor'in ttbeihanda of Mr. Hnmrnond.
THBY eOS&K 1HE POOR HOUSR
Once WeaiRhy Kututaa City Women are
, Now In Want.
Kanafus City, March St. Once rich,
and not tneLny year, cugo, poaseoatms
wardrobe end (Mamonds deemed ioon
stlBtent with women of their reputed
meama. traveUHng in Europe ae weallthy
tourists it navel, 'Mr. Alexander- Majors
and her daughter flrmllly return to Kan.
sas City,, their old home, theHr. dia
monds In "pawn, their costly wardrbbee.
almost 'Opleted, and beirag . no loniget
abler to pay 'for the meanest lodtginge.
They confeeaed to Judg Stijne, of tbe
county court. tht they were destitute
tnd aekedr to beeenit to the county poor
house. They ere th. family of Alexan
der Majors, once classed as being one
of the wealthiest citizens in Kansas
City. Mrs. Majors told Judge Stone
she had a visiter 'living in Chicago
whose husband was a millionaire, but
rather than appeal to tin em for help
she chose to go into (the oblivion of- tbe
pxir farm with her daughter, who u
about 21 ey&rs of age. The. elder
womrm said they parted from Mr, Ma.
Jor some yfars ago, and that while In
Flurope he had become pennilese In
California and wrote them that hi
could not provtlde for ithem.. Since
then evert'thitvg of value they owned
has pnne to pawnbrokers. Jutlige Btom
-inked them why they did not make an
-(font to find work, and Mrs. Majors
replied that they could not, whether
:ren1nir that they Were . physically
unable to oo so, or were not ao dls
'"ised.' Judge Rtnne did not Inquire
T:id'Tf Stone 'told the wppllcanrta thai
chile h-j deepily reirrotited the necessity
hi v wotiid .liave -to appear hefore tihr
-iinty rourt, as heibad no au-bhiortly to
- .!ne. They wnt away saying
hcv would appear before , the . court
.'trl.iv, but tihey dad not. .
Alex&Mer Malors, who is 80 years
"t aire ,1s now living in Los Angeles.
MONEY -FOR. RAILWAYS.
Th) London Market Is Klndiy Disposed
Toward American Road. .
Nw York.' 'March 26. The Evening
Pwt's London oable eay: - Money la
tight and the stock markets good;
Americans were . more . .active and
strontrer. Interest In Americans 4
aroused, but at present the purchaser
are practically confined to profeestonal
mn who are gorged mnbth tbe profit
In the Kaffir market and have on eye
to Americans, basing , their belief in
the rise on the better price for wheat
nn the sitns of revival of trade In the
ia-. Th puMIc here are, nibbling
American railway bonide. ' .1 learn
1 Urre shipment of gold will probably
iUirr-hd to Amertca by th vn-
il -ste tomorrow. It will probaMy be J
at leat a half nrllHon eterUP;. .
POKTtiAXP'fl MORAL WAVEX
Portland. Mart M The member of
.; r-nil Jury now in so ton are r-1
".pon.ib'e for arte new mora wtave that
ha Just stru-k Portland, resulting in
'he -Knalnr up of aome of the gam-blln-r
-house and h arrest of a aooTt
or more of women who are known to be
proprietor of house, of .ill-fame In thli
"The f.Oon taken by th offloem i
no bluff," ald - iProeeouttng Attorney
Hume. 1 ant acting under tuatruc
Uon of the araod Jury, and am re
ceivtnar f uttl - astne . of Chief
of Police Minto attd Corwtabl Connor
in carrying Whe laws agadnst the social
evil Into effect. .Whenever the com
muntty le In a position to sustain the
action of the omcere manning- w w
reat on this class of charge., the pros
ecution of Hne offenders wUl be carried
c" . .. ,
So -for- ortfy the madamee have
been arredtecL butt inmates of the re
sorts will hardly escape.
. A TEST CASE.
The Hawaiian Government Anxious ae
to Dhe Result ox tine ajranston (ex
Vancouver, B. C, (March 26. In speak
tnz of tbe case tarought by the Ha
waiian exiles, iMueHer, Cranfltoun and
Johnrttton, aagnnst tne uanaaian-Aus-trwUain
Steaanheip Company, E. P. Da
vis, counBea for the company, said to
day tregardlinig the attitude of the Ha
waiian government -in the case:. ,
They are anxious to Jiave the ques
tion settled as to tihelr rigiht to deport
dairagerous characters from the islands
when the tatter is, as curing tne late
criat. under martial law. They claim
suoh a right in itne present instance
and are anxious to have the- right es
tablished by Judicial decision in anoth
VTHE HOM'ER CHARTERED.
She Will Carry Coal to San Francisco
to Oooa Bay.
- San Francisco. March 26. Spreckloe
Brothers have cfhlantered the steamer
Homer to run Ibatween this, port and
Coo. Bay, where they have recently
opened a coal mine. It Is very probable
that they will secure other vessels foi
the same purpose. The recently Incor
porated Beaver Hill Coal Company, In
Which -the Sprecketo (are largely inter
ested, will begin at once to put the
product of Ms Cooe Bay mine on the
market. The Beaver Hill mine ad
join the Qoodall, Perkins & Company's
nrme at Coos Bay.
.; '. ' " ANOTHER HAS-BEEN.
A Sacramento DruHgtot, Once Wealthy
. Bacralmento, iMaroh 26. D. C. M. Cor-
rrelL a druggist who was a pioneer Cal
Ifornlan, commltited suicide in Ms room
yesterday by taking poison. His body
was found today. In the early Corn
stock day. Cornell -went to Virginia
City and amassed a great: fortune
which he afterwards lost on stock In
San Francisco. For several years peat
he had led a precarious existence. .
' .' A. PRISONER OF FRANCE.
.- . . .. . , -
Topeka, Kan., Merch 26. Oovernor
Morrill ha . sent Che following tele
gnam ito President Cleveland: ;
"Newspaper dispatches report that
Hon. John L. Walker, a citizen of this
atate, and formerly United tSates con
sul at iMadagiaaoar, has been most un
Jutwly Imprisoned by 'the French gov
ernment under sentence of -court-martial,
without, sufficient 'cause. 1 re
apeotfully urge that ithe department of
atate take active measure at once for
his prooeotlon and -release, . f
flan Frtanclsco, Maireh 28. Cleared
Schooner Vega, for Prince Williams'
Departed) Arago, for Cooe Bay: City
of Puebla, for Victoria, and Port Town
send; China, for Hong Kong and Yoko
Countries Are Responsible for
Acts of Insurgents.
THE VENEZUELA COMMISSION
Decides That $143,500 it) Due the
United States for Seizure of
. Washington, March 26. After montk
of deliberation the Venezuelan commis
sion today concluded Its Uaibora and
announced Its. decision, toeingi a Judg
ment In favor of the United States for
143,600, : about one-.thdrdi the amount
of claims. Of the total award the Ven
ezuelan Steam Transportation Compa
ny, of -New York, received J141.600
American K'd with interest, and Oapt
A. Q. Post, Jacob i. aiaunnus, ana va
vld Sturgis received each $300 with in
tereat. The claim, of Cornelius J, Bnln-
kerhoff, master, of San Francisco, wa
the only one disallowed. The claims
date back to 1871, wnen in the course
of a revolution in Venezuela three ves
sels of American corporations .were
seized by the Venezuelans on either
side in the controversy, end much dam
aged by use in war. The ships were
finally recovered. The principle In
volved . In the Judgment rendered to
day is of great interest to Central and
South Amertca,' which are subject to
revolution, for It amounts to a decla
ration that suoh countries are respon
sible for the acta of Insurgent against
the rights and property of foreigners,
even if these acts are beyond their con
trol. ; MiURDERBD HIS WIFE . .
The Bloody Deed' of a San Francisco
Sain Francisco, March 26. Frank Sat-U-r,
; an assayer, shot . and ' faltally
wounded his wife .tonlgiht, end then
killed hlmeelf. The couple quarrelled
and separated several weeks ago.' To
night Satler called on his wife at .the
Lexington house and. asked to go Jo.
her room. She refused, saying,' "You
.want to kill me," at the same time
rurarlsg Into (another room. Satler
pursued -her. and .shot twice, one bul
let striking' her Wrist -and lodging in
ner bead-. - He then turned the weapon
on -himself and sent a bullet Into hi
, , OFF IFOR EUROPE. ; , ; ;
New!-York', March J6, Richard Cro
k'er, the well known politician, will sail.
f((r Europe tomorrow. '
' - ' WESTWARD BOUND.
St. Louis, March 26. Miss ' (Helen
GouM and her brother, Frank, her
physician, IDr: Munm, and a party of
friends are here. . The party Is on the
' " . .
If I ft5i
Iik. 'n. Pllfl
way to tJhe PacJflc Cbast, where Mlt
Gould will -try to gdt rid of the Krtvvo,
with Which she has Ibeen, suffering re
cently, i i I , I Mi
Llverpotil, March 26, Whwut Spot,
stieaxiy; demand poor; No. 2 red winter,
4s lOd; No. 2 red rlng, 6s 3 1-i d; No.
1 hard Manitoba, 6s 3 1-2 d; No. 1 Cali
fornia, 6s 1 1-2 d.
Hops, iPacltic Coast, 2 Ida.
New York. March 26. HoW, dull.
San Frandiico, iMaroli 6. No. 1 ship
ping wheat, 86 1-4 cents, wMh 87 1-2 a
a full figure for chblre offerings. Mill
ing grades are lees firm at a range of
SAN FRANCISCO RATES.
San Francisco, Marvin 26. Six tar
longs (Lodl, 1j16. - .
'Six furlong's Arnatte, 1:14 3-4.
'Five furlontrs Joe Cotton, 1.02.
Six furlongs Duchess of Mlltapos,
Mile and one-half hurdle Red Pat.
Seven furlongs Captain Rees, 1:27 1-i
B ARTELS HEARD FROM.
Santa Barbara, Cel., March 26. The
schooner iStar of Freedom, reported
stolen from Captain Johnson at San
Francisco, was here (Moirch 1st. Car
tels was In command. The name had
been prvlnited out, and Ithe boat re-chrlst
ened "Naitalle." Jdai'teis is well known
here and said' he was go'ln South. He
was very reticent and -indefinite.
The ABsoolnted Free News ContafaMd
in the Afternoon Report.
Washington, March 26. Hearing1 on
the application of Eugene V. Debs and
others for a writ of habeas corpus for
release from Imprisonment was resum
ed In the supreme court today at noon.
Attorney General Olney made the first
argument, sipeaklns In o-pposltton to
the arvpdlcnltlon. He said the single
question before the supreme court was
whether the court below had Jurisdic
tion 1n he case made under the origin,
al bill, and proceeded to show that as
he viewed the matter it had. Olney was
followed 1y arrow, for the petition
ers, who declared the attorney general
overlooked the Interest of countless
mllMons of working people and the
range thut civil liberty embraced In the
case. He declared the state hadi been
ever anxious to be able to preaerre
peace, .. .
Chicago, March '26. The1 Bet!, the
largest clmthlnsr store on State street,
burned this afternoon.' Loss, 76,00i
Four men, overcome by smokei end
uncosclou(, wane tulkea out ,oC the
Upper Story by firemen. J. H. Smith,
a salesman, was fatally hurt by drop
ping from the second Btory. Two fire,
men fell with a ladder and are proiba
bly fatally .hurk ho-41r-at 8 o'clixk
w spreaJiilntr and emtangerlinr the
Owens bullolng, a steel structure 13
Chicago, March 2(!. A Fpecial to the
Dally News-ftm Washington says:
The chief subject discusser at the reg
ular ooblniut meeting today wiui the
validity of the law creating the mone
tary conference commission. The tires-
.Ident is strongly inclined to the opin
ion tnat tne woicott regulation is In
valid, and there is a Btrong probabll
fty. that he will refuse to appoint the
three commissioners authorized by tbe
last congress. No conclusion Waa