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TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT.
VOL XLIV, NO. 72. ASTORIA. QRKGQX, FHUiAY 310KNING, MARCH 20.1895. PitlCE, FIVE CKXTbT"
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Lubricating; r-" f
a Specialty. Brothers,
. -Sliij) Cliadelery,
1 1 nr I wire.
; (Jroceric'' & Provisions,
j Flour Mill Feed.
Paints", Oils. Varnishes,
' Loggers Supplies,
Fai chunk's Scales,
: Doors & Windows,
i Atjiifultural Implements
Wagons & Vehicles.
. Wall Paper !
Is the prime neccessity of
those who supply his needs in
the matter of clothing. In the
essentials of quality and style
I challenge comparison for my
1 goods, and I study the wants
M of the public as to price, also
see my show windows and
come inside and price my new
Iimos and bo convinced that I
cannot be beat on the coast for
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Hats.Caps, Boots. Shoes, Trunks, Valises' etc.
neath fhe seats of eaoh section. The
berths will be made of steel and aJu
Printing Fraudulent Chinese
Certificates in San Francisco.
I. L. OSGOOD,
The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher.
506 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OR.
Just received a large invoice
paper direct from
365 Commercial Street.
Snap A Kodak
at any .man coming out of
our mi and you'll net a
I'orir.ilt uf a m ill brimming
ter nit.'i pleasant thoughts.
SmiIi quality In tliH liquors
wh have to offer are -iioh:Ii to
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Corpe and Try Them.
HUGHES & CO.
Cut the Counterfeiters Had Been
Warned aud Had Left Their
A FULL, LINE
la 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.
HEILBORN & SON.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Cnn"mlvSt..finif Jackson. Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Und and Marine Enetnes. Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannrry Work a Specialty.
Gitlni;s nl All Descriptions Mode to Order on
.I'lhn Fox. President and Superintendent
A L. Fox Vice President
i' H. Prael Secretar
REMNANTS I REMNANTS I I REMNANTS I I I
How many we see on our streets only remnants of beautiful
women, slifldows of bygone days I It fieed not be so while
JlAKiilSw . AN OLD WOMAN WITH GRAY HAIR
may nave- ijd changed in four days to its natural color with
MRS. HARRISON S HAIR RESTORER. .
Only four to ten days required to restore bair to natural
cot. Is not a dye or bleacb. No sediment or sti'-kineRs.
Color is permanent when once your hair is restored to its
natural shade. Hair becomes clopsynnd clean.' Hep SI
AX OLD WOMAN WITH WRINKLES may have every
trace removed and the contonr restored.
LOLA MONTE2 CREME,
Skin I'ood and Tissue UullriVr. Docs not cover but heals and cures blemishes of the skhr
pinkos the tissues firm unci build up tlio worn-out muscle fibres mid mates them nlunm'
Lowest in nrlceand best In ynlue: 7o Larue Pot. A GIKL WITH HTKAIUHT HAIli
may keep ft tiuffy with KHIZZ. ii'lfi fp the hair in curt (n damn r heat. leaves no stlckv
deposit. ma es tile hair Klossy; gunrnnteed linrmless; Ik H tonln lor sculp; cleanses the linlr
Apply rUIZZ, use curllnirirou not UK) hot or ro 1 the hair In papers until perleotlv lire"
Alter using a few tlmca the most stubborn hair will keep In cuil Price o cent.
jviro. NKTl lB HAKHISOX,
Bo"'y Uoclor, 40-tj Geary rt , bun Kinncbco.
D. li. BLOUNT,
i.'7 Dunne ."t., Astoria, Oregon.
Epicures say the best
Pork Sausage combines
th fl'iunr nf nf ln nltr
flergen's.pork Wjth the flaky fat
and the fines herLs.
We furnish the tabic with this kind of
susage that pleases the veriest epicure.
Portland Butchering Co's Mark
Corner Second and Benton streets.
Corner Tbiri and West Eighth street
" Klfl BALL"
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
San Francisco, Ma'rch 2S. For soms
time it has 'been known that an or
ganized gang of whdte men and Chin.
ese scattered all along the Pacific
Coast and having connections In sev
eral Eastern cities has .been doing a
systematic business In fraudulent cer
tifloates of Chinese registration. Se
cret agents of the treasury depart
ment finally ascertained that the bo
gus certificates were being printed ir
this city and In Philadelphia. Thes
flnallly located the workshop of th.
counterfeiters In a building on Clay
srreet. They planned to raid ith'e place
last night ajid expected to arrest a
least five men. Some one, presumably
some official tn the .-customs service
here, managed, to.twarn ttie counter
fellers and wben the place was ralde"
no one was captured. The officers
captured over 8,000 blank registration
certificates, however, and the para
phernalia that the counterfeiters had
used. Secret Service Agent Thosnat
stated to day that the leader of the
gang is a man named Todd, an cx
customs offlcer on Puget Sound, and
that other members of the gang ir
Oregon and Washington are known,
inc ia..e uu vninese taoorers was
$50, and on others, $100. There is a
probability that a great deal of work
has been done Jn Victoria, and that
the plates from which the centiflcatet
were printed are now there. The pen
man is from Victoria, and is an ex
pert of rare skill.
In laying plana 'to entrap the agwiti
of the forgers.-th" collector hired sev.
eral Chinese engaged in business ir
China, to act as decoys. A member
of the band who came from Oregon to
help sell the forced instrumenrts stum
bled upon one of the department's
Chinese decoys almost at the outset
of his negotiations, and it was through
this blunder that the formers 'betrayed
The federaa officers tonight caught
two men In the act of forging Chinese
registration certificates and arrested
them. They are employes of the Oce
anic Steamship Company, and are
named, Polz and Caprlco. The gov
ernment officials claim to have un
earthed a gigantic conspiracy.
MANITOBA SCHOOL SYSTEM.
Alarm Caused That the Public School
System Will Be Changed.
Winnipeg, Mian., March 28. Premier
Green-way matte ani official statement
to the. 'Manitoba, legislature this after
noon on the separate parochial sohool
question. (He commenced by stating
that his government saw no reason
whatever why dt should change Its
position In regard to the school sys.
tem of IManltoba national schools for
all, and no separate schools. .
The Orange Ltodge of Manitoba Jn
session here today aUopted resolutions
viewing wfth the greatest alarm the
present state of affairs whidh exist be
tween the (Dominion and Manitoba.
They call upon all protestants to sup
port no candidates for the house of
commons qr the legislature who do not
openly and unqualifiedly pledge them-
selves ito determinedly oppose any and
all attempts toward the closing of the
puUllo schools system and Imposing
upon them and1 their children the ac
cursed system of separate schools.
Tomorrow the legislature iwlll adjourn
until May. -
NEGROES FOR CUBA.
An Army Said to toe tFTttlng' Out In
Florida to Assist 'the Rebels.
Jacksonville, Pla., (March 28. It is
reported tonight that a secret move
ment Is on foot to organize, equip arid
embark, direct from Jacksonville ten?.
Fernando, an army of 15,000 Cubans
and negroes for service in. the -Insurrection
in Cuba. The movement is re
ported to be managed toy Cuban revo.
lutloniBts. The grouml reported to he
taken by the managers Is that as the
Spanish officials 'here deny that an In
surrection exists in Cuba, she cannot
make a valid complaint at Washing-
Hon against fllEnusterlng expeditions.
The United States can and wi'U (pro
ceed against ifiMbusterlng only when
Spuln gives formal notice' that Insur
rection exists In Cuba, and that th
expedition leaving) the United States
Is to lead rthe, rebels and thereby vlo.
late a treaty between Spain and this
Is in accordance with a rec'-nt t ter
mination of the company to d hcoiih
tenance' the jiractlce.
i'laiibcoiitinental Lines Prepar
ing for Ikayy Immigration.
A PAIR OF DESPERADOES.
While Holding: Up an Offlcer are
Killed by Citizens Other Im
portant Telegraphic Sews.
LANDS FOR SBTTLil7. I KN T.
Parts of the Yankton, Alstea, and
Portland, March 28. Speaking about
immigration into Oregon and Wash
ington this spring, Mr. A. D. Charlton,
assistant geheral passenger agent of
the Northern Pacific, today said: "Our
company expects to handle more im
migrants this spring than In any like
period for four years past. We have
had a large number of Inquiries at our
eastern offices about homes and lands
in the Northwest, and a majority of
the prospective Immigrants are of a
thrifty claws." Mr. George Haylor,
assistant general passenger agent of
the O. R. and N while not entirely
satisfied with the outlook for Immigra
tion, thinks it will toe greater than for
several years pa3l.
O. R. AND N. OOEtAN TRIAiPFlC. '
The San Francisco Offices Uajble to Be
Washington, March 28. Sncrutary
Smfth today gave to the president
drafts of two proclamations ci.-va:s
to settlement Ithe lamia ceded by the
Yankton Sfoux in South Dakota and
the Alsea. anU other Indians on Hie
Sllets reservation in Oregon. The
president Is expected to act Immedi
ately on these, and Issue the formal
proclamations iwl'thlm a few days. The
proclamation provides nhat the lands
Bhall toe subject to entry within. 30
days of putottlcatlon. The !and offi
cials do not expect a rush for thte lands
such as oocuitw at the Oklahoma
opening, and will adopt measure t&nd-
tng to secure equal treatment for all
The agreement with the Slletz In
dians provides for tho cession of all
their unallotted kuvds, the total ceded
territory covering 179,000 acres. The
compensation paid by the government
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 ysurself into the belief that other
twines besides Marshall's will do "just
as well." They won t. They cannot.
Wholesale Price Quoted
RESPONSIBLE DEALERS AND riERCHANT-S.
Csrrcapondvnce Solicited. -:-
: Catalogue Mailed Free on Application.
W. W. KIMBALL CO.
Lessons given by Mr. Emll Thielhorn,
graduate of the Hamburg Conrervatory,
Germany; also a member of the Chicago
Mu3lcal Society. Studio, corner of 12th
and Commercla streets, up stairs.
TV: Blacksmith whoso shop Is oddo
Ite Cutting's cannery, is now prepared
to do such odd Jobs as making new
cannery coolers, 'repairing old ones,
nuking new nshin boat irons, and re
pairing old ones, and all ether black-
smithing that requires first-class work
J6 & Rockwell St.
Main Office nnd warerooms,
33-253 Wabash Ave.,
Pacific Coast Office and Warerooms,
335 Morrison, cor 7th St. Portland, Oregon.
L. V. MOORE, manager.
San Francdsoo, March 2S. The trial
of the -case of Max Wassorman against
Louis Sloss Involving the ownership of
400 shares of stock in the Alaska Com
mercial Company, and 'about $170,000
of aorrued dividends, developed the
fact that In the earlier days of the
company Supreme Court Justice Steph
en J. Field had 200 shares of stock fot
a while, but when an assessment of
id per share was levied, he sold it.
If hi had held the stock he would
have obtained $200,000 in dividends
v.Ithln a year. The court miiwi ,i
certain questions that Would probably
..a,v .mouwni out interesting evlllenct
aa to lobbying that was done befor
congress to secure the valuable con-
'.e?sions that were made to the company.
THE HONDURAS AFFAIR.
Investigations Shows Government Re-
sponslibDlity for the Killing of, A
Washington, (March 28. The report
of Capt. 'Davis, of the United States
steamer Montgomery upon his investU
gation In (Honduras concerning the
killing of an American, Ren'ton, at
Brewer's Lagoon, has Just been re
ceived at the navy department. The
conclusion is that ithe Honduras gov.
ernment is properly chargeable with
the responsibility for the affair, and
has been derelict In falling to takt
any steps whatever to ascertain and
punish Ithe perpetrators of the crime.
Davis found that the injury sustained
by the Renton estate amounts to about
$38,000, and the Honduras government
will toe requested to reimburse the
widow in this amount.
san Francisco, March 2S. It la re
ported in railroad circles that there
will be a general shaking up In the
local flfnees of the Oregon Railway and
Navigation Company shortly. Salarlei
and other expenses will be reduced,
and several heads will fall In the bas
ket. Goodall, Perkins & Co;, who man
age the ocean traffic, say they do not
know of any changes to be made Just
at present, but hint that a general
shake-up may occur at amy time.
TWO DE3PETCAIDOE3 KILLED.
The Associated Press News Contain
In ths Afternoon Report.
Harmony Grove. 'Pa.. March 2S. A
large boiler at the Larwston saw nvlll
tn Apple Valley .exploded last nlg'ht.
Willie Goods was standinir near the
saw and his body was cut entirely in
two. jonn Lainirston was hurled M
yards and nearly every bone in his
body was broken; A neirro womaji
cook was Instantly killed. Ed. Church
well, E. IM. Lane-stun and John Hl-
brook were severely Injured'.
Colon, Colombia, (March 28. Govern
ment troops have been; victorious In
am engagement at San Carlos. Dis
patches from General Reyes, com
manding ths fiW(rnm(nt rfnrroA .n
flrm the news of the igreat buMle at
tneino, March 15. A thouirti 1.B1M) r.t
the troops died on the march, the re-h-
els, numbipTinK 2,500 were routed with
a loss of 1200 killed. Onlv 7nn OnHrur,.
blan troov were killed. The rebellion
Wong Kong, (March 28. Tha Jannn-
ess will bombard Taku.
of Formosa, tomorrow.
Simonoslkl, March 28. L.I Blnno- r!hji,o.
has so far improved that It Is expected
the conference between, him hm v,o
Japanese officials will be resumed, next
Winnipeg, March 28. The
school warfare Is to continue two
monins at least, as Premier Green way
publlctor arm ouncwd ths wintntira tili
Little Rock, March 28. Early this adjourn until Friday, May . I'i-Jmle
They Hold Up an Offlcer, and Citizens
, Resoue Him.
ANDREW CARNEGIE RETURNS.
He Says the Condition of the Country
New York, March 28. Andrew Car-
morning three desperadoes, Bam Mc-
William, Qep. Sanders and Bam But
ler, rode into the town of Bragg' s Sta.
tlon, I. T., and announced that the
proposed to hold up the town. A
fighlt between 'the bandits and citizens
ensued, la which MciWllllam and San.
ders were killed. Butler escaped aftet
"elng; -woun'dedl Tho son of Station
Ag-snt Morris was also dangerous!)
wounded. JWIIllam Barbe, deputy
United Staltes marshal, tells the follow-
"This morning about 7:30 I was sit.
ting on the hotel porch at Bragg't,
when three men came riding up and Pe sprung
u-reenway says a remedial order is
too important a matter to be ilMit
with ipirecroltatelv .bv ,h Jinno
therefore it is deemed wise to tak
ample time to become thoroughly &e,
qualnted with the who1
subject. The sovernmwit ham airon.i-j
sutomdttiedi 'to eminxmt constitutlonnt
lawyers some of th nblof
fecting the Jurlsdtctloni of the legisla
ture regarding schools. . ' .
Canoseraga, N. Y.. Maroh. 2x.jr.i,
entire business part of this vl,llnir
30 dWeH'lmrg were Iturnml n.to i
of the people ene homeless. The loss
wtu De iioo.ooo, only about one-half
covered by insurance. No lives weae
lost, tout many persons were injured!
Dover, Marola 28.-
hltdhed their horses to a rack In front
of Morris" store. Coming across the
street to the hotel they made me hold
up my hands and disarmed me. Find
ing that I was an offlcer, they march.
ea me to Miorrls' store and said that
-The HlfTfrlns Deo.
nw canuinate for sena-
"1 luuay in c-nartcs F. Rlcards. of
rant tya ... -
k .w ,, quoia ot votes on
"VL'II iwjim. ir ,twW IMmia kA I,
mtnii uiwn Tactions is so wide it
xoKonama. March. rr.h
loan nf 1 Him Mi .
as soon as they finish rpbblng it T.na upoV, trWde
negie arrived on the steamer Paris to- - ,l""'1 wl,c nve years.
.1... .. . .. . was on me norm a rimr.,1 mi mnil
7th & BOND STREETS.
Entire Change of Program,
Monday Evening, March 25th.
' Your mind Is on repairing your nous
this spring; possibly on building 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 warn your work.
1 Shop on Ilwaco Dock.
Tbe k-reatest knock :l out Comedians on the coast. Direct from tLe Orrphenni
Theatre Sn Krsucisco.
Edwin II Ling, the great 0 unedian direct from New York
Miss Lydia Purdy, Astoria's favorite singer, will positively
appear in the latest Eastern and European gongs.
MAY PI VILLON-.
Mf?ueh a Nice Girl. Too."
OLLIK OA !MN.
Admission 10 an-'. 20 route .
SAN FRANCISCO RACES.
San Francisco, March 28. Five, fur
longs Centurion, 1:0.5 1-2.
' Five and one-half furlongsAnnie
Five and one-half furlongs, Charles
A., 1:10 1-4.
One mile Lucky Dog, 1:14.
Mile and one-half steeplechase Wild
Oats, 3:25 1-4.
Five furlongs Mainstay, 1:03 1-4.
San 'Francisco, March 28. Arrived
Garcelom, from Clallam Bay.
Cleared Wellington, for Nanaimo.
Departed Bark James A. Borland,
Freights and chartcrs-Amerjcan
ship Sterling, lumber from Puget
Sijund to Philadelphia.
NEW SLEEPING CAR COMPANY, i
Kansas City, March 28. A local pa
per says: The Williams Palace Sleep
ing Car Company has been organized
with a capital stock of $5,000,000, to
manufacture a new oar unequaHled
In point of comfort, convenience and
elegance by any sleeping car now in
use. The now car is the Invention of
a local railroad man. The leading
snart-noldcrs of ne company are east
ern capitalists. The main feature of
the car is the berth, -which disappears
at the will of the passengers Into the
wall of the car, an4 Is confined in a
space of 1 7-8 Inches. Mattresses of
air are to be used, snd all bed cloth
ing can l put in the lifters un.-W-
day, and talked freely a'bout tho bus
iness prospects Ir. this cuntry. Hd
said 'the coun'try could toe described
as convalescent. While it was not
much stronger than It was a year ago,
Btill there has been a change for the
better. .He thought it unlikely that
congress would toe able to pass any
Important measures, and If this should
be the case, he .would regard It as
fortunate. What the country needed
above all things was a period of ab
St. Louis, March 28. Thi fTnllrnrnin
gave tho alarm. The sheriff secured tfi'JT" "n 'th Iro" 'Mountain Railway
a pas and adored to the store. UbbersVne m e ,17.
as tn-y came up the robbers ran out vllle. Mo., last nt,f
and the fight commenced. Williams f0re"0ln several hours late. According
and Sanders were killed and the othe V? tIaliln1I, the 1,01(1 U1 w" one
rr.lfl.er, who was miri . ?L ,1JT0 J"1" sln th.e time of
8AVI3D BY A MA DOB.
Baker City, Or., March 28. After at
tending prayer meetlny last night two
boys, Ralph Walters and George Pal
mer, became Involved tn a quarrel,
and after exchanging blows the for
mer drew a 22-caUbre pistol and fired
at his opponent. The ball Struck a
steel toadiye which- Palmer fortunately
had in his lower vest pocket and the
leaden missile was flattened and split
in two pieces. Walters was arrested
and will answer to the charge of as
sault with intent Do commit murder.
A RAISE OF PENSIONS.
Washington, March 28. All neces
sary steps for piittlng into effect the
racint legislation raising all pensions
bclcw $6 to that rating, have been
taken by tbs pension bureau. The!
change win add afVout $1,500,000 tn
me pension expenHltures. and the
ewes of about 40,000 pensioners will b
Butler, escaped badly wounded.
Syracuse, N. Y March 28.-John S.
Johnson, the bicyclist, was arrested
tnfl?y on a warrant sworn out by a
firm of bicycle manufacturers who
have a contract wtth Jahwon for thr
coming season. Johnson has decider
to turn professional in order to race
with Woutoen, In Franco, In alleged vio
lation of tho existing contract Ball
was fixed at $5,000.
THE CUBAN TROUBLE.
Madrid. March 28. Premier Senor
Canovas del Castille In an Interview,
xHd: "it is Ufess to deny that the
situation In Cuba la grave, but the ov-
ernment Is determined to settle the
matter UuclKlvcfly this time. Within
the next six months 20,000 men will be
sent to Cuba, and If necessary, 100.000
n-uuim win pe dispatched In order to
occupy the disturbed territory."
Fort Howard, Wis., March 28,-The
At. Paul TH m
m i iiinroau company nas sum-1
,o uTTrrro UWIinrB BTaUlP. I'M mm , .1.
complete possession of the train. Their
arms ornslHtd nt ,nv,... ,
'rvo've Conductor Webb sid
-.. wlo ,,, ,;ovensa me with a
gun and ordered me to throw up my
hui8- ra,M,ed m ran
his hands down Into my pockets and
got about seven dofllars I had coilcctd
In fares '- The express messenger was
impelled to open the safe at the point
of a pistol, and when he could not
"m larZ?S Bafe thy threatened
to kill him. They ransacked the local
packages but Messenger Karly thinks
they gat nothing valuable; as the
money was in the largw safe. Their
work done the lulBrhwaymen got over
the fence and made for the woods.
Y0'. March 28.-Scott F.wter,
president of the People's Hank, of this
Cl y'vSu 'oday by his broth
er. William H. Foster, with a heevy
etine. His arm was broken, Shoul.i.-r
dislocated, and skurt fractured. WIN
L m Eoeter wa arrestwl. In court
ne saM: "It was good thy gtoriped
me when they did. I would have kill
ed him. He has robbrtl ma
thing I had." '
PhlladKjphla, March 28. The Jury In
the case of Charles McKeover. Charles
MoCarty, and Jack Foirarty, changed
with i engaging m prist fighting at th
.tPi ,clru -building on January 24
aind 26 last, found a verdict of guilt v
this momlng after being out two clays.
This will put an end tobuxlng contents
In this city.
York, March 28,-The tug Mary
BIO FIRE AT ST. AUGUaTINE.
Bt. Augustine, Fla., March 28. The
northwestern portion of the cKy wat j
swept by fire today, idestroying 49 j
residences and (business (houses, be-1
sides eaiUiUmr a loss of $100,000, with!
little Insurance. A large part of the !
residences were owned by poor people
and many families are homeless to
JAJ-ytiaE TK10A.Tr SIGNED.
Washington, March 2. President
Clsveland signeid the proclamation of
the new Japanese treaty March 21, and
the fact was made public at the state
rnarily dismissed eleven engineer, and) nooi off Hook! The M
thirty flremen from U Hiir(airt i VnJlry Corrvnarw irwit K
. . .-"1 UII- ! . . " - - ' - -t'-K I H IP
i i ,h- V mn "' T' Cro" tatl,1f that
nlng Into this city because the ,
frequont saloons where off duty. This
Highest of all in Leavening Powers-Latest U. S. Gov't Report
II Vv v- itrzmy CSJi. .. ' . '