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The ASTORIAN hastlie laig
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it fiFNERAL circulation
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: lanrest TOTAL circulation of all
papers publisned In Astoria. "jjf
TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT.
VOL XLIV, NO. 7tf.
ASTORIA. OREGON, SATURDAY 510HN1NG, APRIL G, 1895.
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1872 1895
A Specialty, j Brothers,
I Sell ASTORIA,
S&ip Chandelery,
Hardware,
Iron & Steel,
Coal,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour & Mill Fed,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Loggers Supplies,
Faiibank's Scales,
Doors & Windows,
Agricultural Implements
Wagons & Vehicles.
NEW GOODS
B. F. ALLEN,
365 Commercial Street.
New lines for 1895.
Japanese Rugs and Matting
(Direct from Japans.)
House Lining, Building Paper
and Glass.
Wall Paper of 1895 now in with a stock
Japanese Leathers, Wholesale in Chicago
from tg to f 18 per roll of 12 yards.
B F. ALLEN'S,
365 Commercial Street.
Snap fl Kodak
at any man coming out of
our bio e and you'll get a
portrait of a mint brimmlnic
er wltn iileiumit thoughts.
Such quality In tliH liquors
we h.ivetoollcrarenioiiglito
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Corr;e and Try Them.
HUGHES & CO.
IS THERE?
Is there a man with heart so cold.
That from his family would withhold
The comforts which they all could And
In articles of FURNITURE of th
right kind.
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
CoiKomly St., foot of Jackson, Astorli.
General Machinists and Boiler Maker
Und and Marine Englnej. Boiler work. Steam
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
CasUnM of All Descriptions Made to Order or
Short Notice.
John Fox. President and Superlntenden
A L. Fox Vice Presiden
O. B. Prael Secretar
Hunter Epicures say the bes'
V, Pork Sausage combino
the flavor of of lean pit
riergen S.pork with the flaky fai
and the fines herbs.
We furnish the table with this kind ol
sausage that pleases the veriest epicure.
Portland Butchering Co't Markt
Corner Second and Benton streets.
Corner Third and West Eighth street
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 the
human being they lack strengm uie
rl lasting: Qualities. Don't
fool yourself into the belief that other
twines besides aiarsnan s win ao ju
ae well;1 They won't. They cannot.
"The Astoria Loan Office."
Money to I oan on
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY,
Guns, Pistols, Clothing
and all Articles of Value.
56 9th Street, Between Astor and Bond.
THOMAS MOKKO,
TV! Ulacksmlth whoso shop la opos
He Cuttings cannery, is now prepared
to do such odd jobs ae making new
cannery coolers, repairing old one,
making new fishin boat Irons, and re
pairing olil ones, and all ether biack
smlthing that requires first-class work
manship. Jlayhap
i a m nn Kmlrlnf Tour house
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 want your work.
MfLLER & VOSKET.
L Ba Ilwa Ik.
Worth Looking Into
flSP A child buys as
bu er.
I. L. OSGOOD,
The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher,
506 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OR.
REMNANTS I REMNANTS I I REMNANTS I 1 I
Color is permanent
natural shade.
&Xt&t AN OLD WOVIAN WITH WH1-NK.LES may have every
JpXCl trace removed and tbe contour restored.
MONTE2 CREME,
skin Food and Tissue Builder. Does not cover
makes the tissues nrm ana ounas up mo wunnmi """;". i XI'X,t ! 'V, ,1V
Lowest In price nud nest in vmuc; 73c Loruo rot. n. uuvu mui J1, V
.o l.. h..v u.iih Ki!I77. Il'ifj krn ihr luiir n mi l 111 rfimii or litnt. Leaves no sticky
ilenoslt ma es the hnlr glossy; guaranteed harmless; la n tonio for acivlp; cleanses the hair.
Apply F tlitj. Use CUrilUK irou 1IU1 wm iitJt wi
After uslnit a few times the most stubborn hair
gold by Beauty Doctor, 404 Ueary St , tiaa t runclsco.
Mrs. D. H. BLOUNT,
457 Duane dt., Astoria, Oregon.
KIHBALL"
PIANOS 15
WHOLESALE
EXCLUSIVE -
TERRITORY
Correspondence
ALLOTTED. I -
W. W.
Factory
16 & Rockwell St
Chicago, III.
Pacific Coast Office
335 Morrison, cor 7th St
e CASINO. ,
7th & BOND STREETS.
Entire Change of Program,
Monday Evening, April ist.
Engagement extraordinary The great, the only
OOFTY GOOFTY
' The wonder of the nineteenth century.
Tne comedy pkit
A NIGHT OF TERROR.
W.th full cast of characters.
ORO &C LI FFORD EDWIN R.LANG.
Lydia Purdy.
BELLE BROWN.
Admission 10
Children Cry for
Is my stock of Mens' and
Boys' Clothing, Furn
ishing Goods, Hats,
Gapss, Boots. Shoes,
etc., style, fit and quality are
all combined with the lowest
posible prices.
Boys' suits for 75c, $1.00,
$1.50 and upwards. Men's
wool suits $5.00, $7.50, $10,
and upwards. Men's shoes
$1.50, $2 $2.50 and upwards.
cheap as the most experienced
A FUL.lv LINE
of
Baby Garaiages
at
GRIFFIN& REED'S
How many we see on our streets only re'mnantsof beautiful
women, shadows of bygor.e riayel It need not be so while
there exists Amrica'onlv B"- 11M Doctor. MHS NfiTlK
HAKKISn . AN OLD WOMAN WITH GRAY HAIR
may have it changed in four days to its natural color tith
MRS. HARRISON S HAIR RESTORER.
Only four to ten days required to restore hair to natural
rol.-r. la not a dve or bleach. No sediment or sti'kiness.
when once your hair is restored to its
Hair becomes gioesy ana clean. nee t.
but heals and curei blemishes of the skin;
,v 1 uid i.ni, ... ....... r..v...
will keep In cuil. Hrice jo cents.
Mr. NETT1BHAHRISIIN,
ORGANS.
and RETAIL.
Wholesale Prices Quoted
To
RESPONSIBLE DEALERS AND flERCHANTS
Solicited :
Catalogues Mailed Free on Application,
KIMBALL CO.
Manufacturers.
Main Office and warerooms,
243-253 Wabash Ave.,
Chicago, III.
and Warerooms,
Portland, Oregon.
L. V. MOORE, manager.
CAD WILSON
OLLIK O ATM AN
and 20 rents.
Pitcher's Castorla.
H. II. S. ROYAL ARTHUR
She Arrives at Panama Headed
for Venezuela.
TH ORINOCO LAND GRANT
The Owners Say that tho Interna
tional Trouble Hag Nothing:
to do. with It.
Associated Press.
Washington, April 6. Reports that
the Brl'tish warship Royal Arthur has
touched ait Panama on her way to Nl
Cairaguia to1 enforce the British de
mands causes some apprehension
among oflloiaJs and dT.plimiaita here.
The Royal Arthur Is the flag ship of
the Pacific squadron and carries Rear
Admiral Stephenson, K. C B., com
mander of the fleet, alfihougn Captain
Frederick French is in Immediate com
mand. She ds one of the monsters of
the Brttash navy, having a tonnage of
12,00. There is no official iruformaitlon
here of the Royal Arthur's movements
as reports of naval changes do not
come here.
The opinion la expressed by those
famlGlar wJAb the BltuaUioh that If
Great Brttaln resorts to force at all,
the Centra! American republics will
tender their services to ltyoaragua.
THR ORINOCO GRANT.
Owners Say It Is Not Included in Ter
ritory Claimed by 'Engdand.
Minneapolis, April 5. A representa
tive of tlhe Joprroajl, who visited Major
Gramit, of Farlbau'.t, Minn., today, ob
tained Intorestilng information about
the treaty concpsslmns aitong the mouth
of tlhe Orinoco 'river in Venezuela,
Whldh Mr. Gram't and nld associates
hive secured. Mr. Grant denies with
cjnslderaible vigor the assertions made
in Wasflnlng'ton that the concession Is
In any way Involved In the trrteTOiatlon.
ail oompMcalblons obetwieen Venezuela
and England. Grant adml'Wed, how.
ever, that a small corner of the con.
cession had been settled on by the
English, but It was tlhe least valuable,
and no trouble mould arise out of the
fact. He adds 'tlhait the concession Is
really eleven years old, havtoiu been
granltod o J. A. Bowman In 1S84. Af
ter some work hlad been done In Im
proving the iprlvlleges grarvted, a 'revo
lution txroke out wnich flnailly put Cres-
po in ipower, and nothing was done.
They expect to Improve their privi
leges if talk about Interaa'blonal com
plications or war with England .does
nrt Interfere.
8ENATOR CALL ON CUBA.
Believes She Should Be Annexed to
the United tSates.
Washington, April 6. Speaking of th
mass meetlnlj hold In JUcksonvlllo,
last nlgiht, It Which resolutions of sym
pathy with Cuiba. were adapted, Sena
tor Call, of Florida, said:
"I have frequently Introduced In the
senate resolutions requesting the presi
dent of tlhe United States to open
negotiations with Spain looking to the
independence of Cuba on a basis of the
Issue of bonds from Spain to Cuba a?
compensation, these bonds to be guar
anteed to any reasonable extent by
th? United States.
"At present the OubUns have not es
tablished any provisional government
that we could recognize, but tlhe mo
rn jmt they do organize one, that seem
to liave a reasonable dhan?e of per
manence, then I s'hall ' strongly ur"
th Jlr recognition as 'beTigeremts.
"Nine-tenths of tlhe people of Cuba
are in favor of 1m dependence, and meet
of ithem are tn favor of annexation to
tlhe United tSates. Cutrn offers one of
the finest markets far us in fhe world
It Is one of tlhe richest, and under
proper sanitary laws, will be one of
the healthiest countries to be found
anywhere."
THEY LIKE US.
Spuilsn Newspaper Announce Uncle
Sam's Friendship For Spa'.n.
Madrid, April 5. Oormrpondfncla to
diy piibiahes the following official
note: We are tn a position to declare
that the attitude of tihe Untted States
toward Spam In everything concern
ing Cuba, as tn all other questions, is
inspired by sincere and loyal friend
ship, as has always been the case In
the past, and as Vt will continue In
the future.
A VIOLENT CHARACTER.
Spokane, April 6. Judge Buck today
sentenced old man 8i(?gel to fourteen
years In the penitentiary. His crime
was Shooting a man named Enwald
with Intent -to kill. Slegel commenced
a tirade against the court, and his
attrimrys declared that hls famrtly had
formed a conspiracy to beat toim out
of his property. The court ordered
Slegel removed from Uie court room
It required the powerful strength of a
deputy eheriff to draw ithe enraged
man to Jail.
A PECULIAR ACCIDENT.
One M3lti Killed and Several Injured In
a Railway Accident.
Oamon, Nev., April 5. A fatal acci
dent occurred on the tine of the Oarson
and Colorado railroad this afternoon,
Ti ree miles wee of Waibuska, regular
passenger No. 2, to Which several cars
of caibtle were attached, was on Its
way to the round house to connect
with he Virginia and Truckee road.
The accident was caused by cattle
rushing to one side of the oat, causing
it to turn over, carrying the balance
of the train with tt. Brakeman Chas.
Nolan was killed, and cither trainmen
severely injured. About two dozen
head of cattle were killed.
KILLED HIS BRIDE.
After Which a San Franclsoo Italian
Kills Himself.
San Francisco, April 5. Carlo E.i
rl.io Rita, an Italian resident of this
crvty wias married last nlgiht to Miss
Wolf, and after he . ceremony .the
bride and groom repaired to the Pal
ace Hotel, where they were assigned a
room. They did not appear this morn
ing, and a servant becoming alarmed,
notified the other attaches, Who forced
the door. Rita and his bride were
found dead In bed. The hust'M had
shot h'.s bride to death and -then com
mitted suicide. No explanation of the
tragedy has been offered.
THE NORTH AND SOUTH.
They Meat again alt "SMIcm, But Not in
Deadly Coirabat.
Nashville, Tenn., April 6. A reunion
of veterans of tlhe Ntartlh and South,
which begem today on the battle field
of Snllo'h, and will continue three days,
is largely attended. The dbjeot of the
assemblage la to mark the positions
occupied durimg tlhe memorable battle
by the Confederate and Federal com
mands. THE NEW SILVER PARTY.
Washington, April 5. A conference
of the leaders of the new silver party
was held in ithls city last evening.
Among tlhose present were ex-Congressman
Sibley, J. G. Joseph Sharon, of
OanneoMoUt; Senator Jones, of Nevada;
Gen. Warner, Senator Stewart, and
Congressman Newlands.
Slibley, it is understood. Was been
exceedingly eairagulne of the outlook
in PennslyvainJa, and upoke eniUiusl-
astlcally of the prospect of gaining
recruits In he East.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
San Francisco, April 6. Arrived
sahiooner J. B. Leads, from Umpqua;
bark Gen. Palrchlld, for Nanalmo.
bark Leaihl, from New Westminster.
Cleared, Ship Rlversdale, for Port
land. ,
Departed Umatilla, for Victoria and
Port Townscnd. Ship American, for
Nn.nalmo; schooner Clem, for Klamock;
Bandorllle, for Coqullle river.
Freights and charters American
barkentline Eureka, lumber from Se
attle to Aoajutla.
JOSEPH A. DONOHUE DEAD.
San FraTnolflOO, April C. Joseph A
Donohue, pioneer banker died tonight.
He was senior member of the Donohiue
Kelley fit Co. Doniohue oocupled a
promilneirvt position in the business com
munty of San Francisco for many
years. The deceased leaves a wife and
three children, iris estate Is valued
at several million dollars.
BIG PORTLAND FIRE.
Portland, April 6. The Portland Iron
Co.'s plant and bundling was destroyed
by fire tomlhlt. The bulidilmg, Which
was an old frame structure, occupied
half a block. The loss la estimated
by the owner ait 1100,000. Insurance,
J43.000. Tho Are 1s said to have been
bean set by an Incendiary.
A WOMAN'S TOWN.
Eugene, April 6. Reports were re
ceived today of the city election held
In Florence Monday and rihow that the
women have been elected to adcmlnJkter
the affairs of the city for the ensuing
year. The entire council, recorder and
marshal are women.
WAN FRANCISCO RACES.
mn Francisco, Apri; 6. Five fur-
tongs Alary, 1:01 3-4.
Half Mile Rey del Bandldos, 0:49 3-1
Six furlong Arctic, 1:13.
Five furlongs Sweet Alice, 1.01 3-4.
About six furlong" Boreas, 1:1?.
AFTER HUNTINGTON.
San Fran disco, April 5. United States
Marshal Baldwin says that If C. r.
Huntington conu.4 to California he
will arrest ihJm under a recent Indict
ment found by tlhe United States grand
jury for issuing an interstate rail mad
pas.
Bradstreet Gives au Encouraging-
Report This Week.
OSCAR WILDE IN LIMBO.
He Was Arrested Yesterday on a
Criminal Charge and Locked
Up In Jail.
Associated Press.
New York, April 5. Bradatreet's to
morrow will say: "The appearance of
more settled weol'Jher tuigether with the
announced Increase in prices for Bes
semer pig iron and steel billets con-)
tlnued strong, and ftave stimulated
manufacturers to demand hlg'her prices
for fill goodB. The rains In the -north
west wheat regions were greatly need
ed. The Increases In wages of Indus
trial employes, heavier shipments of
whoat abroad, and the rise of the
week's bank olearings eiDove the 'mil
lion dollar mark, are evidences of a
continuation of better feeling in trade
circles, and roturntog confidence In
many lines of business. There were
220 business failures reported to Brad-
street's 'this week compared with 232
last week, 195 in (the corresponding
week of 1894, and 186 two years ago, and
165 three years ago.
SUNFLOWER OSCAR.
Loses His Libel Case and Is Himself
Arrested.
London, April 5. The Jury in the case
of Oscar Wilde agaln-slt the Mlarquls of
Queentftmry found that the plea of
Justification as submitted by the Mar
quis was proved and the Marquis was
discharged from custody. The verdict
was received with loud applause from
the court wMoh the Judge did not at
tempt to check. A warrant for the
arrest of Oscar Wilde tt is expected
will be promptly applied for.
' Later Oscar "Wilde hjarf'een arrest
ed. . . . " '.
The name of Osoar Wilde has been
withdrawn from nhe play bills and ad-
vertlSMnent of two theatres, the St.
James aind the Haymarket, wfiere two
of his plays are running. Wilde was
very pale, but cool, When he arrived at
Scotland Yards. At 8:10 p. m Wilde
was arraigned alt Dow street Police
Court. He had merely called ait the
Cadlogan Hotel with a couple of friends
when at half-past six a detective walk
ed Into the office and asked for him.
He was shown the room where Wilde
was, and put him under arrewt. Wilde
said nothing, but immediately went
wltn him to ScoManid Yard where the
warrant was read. The prisoner re
maimed .Hllent throushout the entire
proceed'lna. He was then taken to
Bow street. Here he stood with hie
hands In his pockets while the charge
against him was being taken. The
police Inspector then read the charge
aloud and asked Wilde 1f he had any
thing to say, ad'Hng the usual warning
that anything he said might be used
a'i&lnflt Ihlm. The punscfln' reirnaJncd
silent and apparently Indifferent. He
was then sear hed, after which he
was locked In a cell. Shortly after he
had been Jocited up, one of his friend:
arrived in a camlasre at the station
with a Gladstone bag, oonitaln'.ng
fliange of clothing and other necessa
ries, but the police refused to permit
him to leave tt.
Later Lord Alfred Douglaes went to
She police station and Inquired whether
Wilde could be admitted to ball, The
pfrtlce -IruipeotJor extplained that Wlldo
Wad been arrested for a criminal of
fenwe whloh did. not allow of ball be
ing accepted until he had been ar
raigned In count. Lord Alfred was
grettAJy distressed by this Informa
tion. He was told by the Inspector
that WJlde had a blanket and all the
requisites In his cell to be as com
fortable as the regulations allowed.
The prisoner would be allowed to re
ceive food from the hotel until tomor
row, wtiien he will be arraigned on a
charge regarding a penal offense.
A SETTLED FACT.
Salt Lake, April 5. A motion to
alipt a woman suffrage article was
carried In the constitutional convention
today by a vote of 75 to 14, and H now
goes to he committee on revision. Un
less the opposition can muster votes
enough to have today's action recon-
Highest of all ia Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
1 rv s f
mm
sldered, woman suffrage lntLTtalh may
be considered an accomplished fact.
MARKET REPORT.
New York, April S. Hops, steady.
lilverpool, April 5. Wheat Spot,
steady; demand, poor; No, 2, rad win
ter, 4s 9 l-2d; No. 2 red spring1, and No.
1 hard Manitoba, 5s 2d; No. 1 OaTilfor
nla, 4s Id.
Hops at London, Pacific Coat, 12 10s.
Portllajnd, April 5. Wheat, Valley,
80&81 1-2; WeJIa Walla, 45&46. ,
V AFTERNOON DISPATCHES,
Thti Associated Press News Contnlaea
In the Afternoon Report.
Pendleiton, April 6. 'After a lorng and
exdtlmg dhase the posse captured the
Parr Boys and brought them to Pen
dleton. . They were arraigned on the
charge of horse stealing and assault
with-tnltenit to kill. When the posse
pressed wlltMn three hundred feet of
the Pairr boys, they turned at bay,
drey their revolvers, and emptied
them Bit the officers out of tlhe fusilade.
No one was llnjured, and when the
chambers were Bill emptied the arrest
was easily made.
. Washtaglton, Alprffl 6. The Hast mail
from HaWaiW , brings ain, interesting
budget of general iniformatlon, Ht con
tains an aooounlt of a brilliant recep
tion given by Minister Willis to Ad
miral Beardeley, to Whloh President
Dole was not Invited. President Dole
has restored the writ f habeas cor
pus and abolished miailtlial Haw in the
Island of Oahuafhua.
The Honolulu papers flay the friends
of the ex-queen declare she wlW treat
with contempt the recent offer from, a
United ItStutes showman of 3500 per
week to come to the United State.
The "Dairuferous Persons" aot was
adopted before the mialil lefit It is la
radical law aigakislt those who conspire
to overrule the government and who
come from other countries to fomenlt
disorder.
Washington, April 6. The treasury
department ds making propamaitBons to
put' Into execution the provision of
the tariff law requiring silver and Head'
ores imported into ithe Umlted States
to be assayed and sampled (alt the port
of entry. The law provides a duty of
three-four'tJhs .cent per pound on all
lead ore,-whwe t Is oompluM with
silver ore or ores of other metals. The
assaying and sampling to be M to
the lowest bidder. , '
Alton, 111., April 6. -A fearful wreck
occurred 'Dhls morning alt Wood River
bridge on tine Chicago and Alton road
near East Alton. A Hong and heavy
fretghlt tram was . oomdng down the
grade (When the middle of the train
bulged oult and 15 cars were piled on
top of each daher. Four men were
killed outright, land itwo- were faitally
injured, j None of ifcnem are known,
but are supposed to be traimps who
were stealing a ride.
Hermeesiy O. T., April 6. Part of the
posse in pursuit of the bandits, who
robbed the Rbck Island train near Do
ver Wednesday night, oame upon the
gang, 35 miles west of Hennessey, yes
terday afiternoon. A fighit ensued in
which one of Ithe robbers was killed
and others wounded. The wounded
got away. The dead man was Identi
fied as Dick Yeager.
Zanesvflle, Ohio, April 6. Four per
sona were killed outright and the lift
fatally njured In a wreck on the Ball
alre, Zalnesvllle and Cincinnati nar
row gauge alt the trestle, five miles
west trt SiumfmorfleM Uhlia mornirkg.
The train Jumped the track.
Chicago, April 5. The Times-Herald
today reilteraites that the big new tel
ephone enterprise In opposition to the
Bell, is backed by the Sugar Trust,
the Standard Oil. Company, the Crock
er Interests of California, and the Pull
man dcimtrtainy ilrttereSts. Ttlie new
company Is the iiSandard Telephone
Company, of New York. The electrical
devices to ibe used are tlhose of Allen
T. Nye, and the company proposes to
put In telephones afl over the country
at the uniform price of 125 per year.
New Orteems, April 6. About itwo
o'clock this morning an explosion from
some unknown cause occurred at the
corner of Dedtur and Ursultne streets
In a two-story brick building, conlain
Ing two stores on the ground floor.
One of these was occupied by Emlle
BoUldt, as a drinking saloon, the oth
er by Satothe as a grocery and ship
ohanldllers' store. The dead no far re
covered are Chartes Salathe, grocer;
Mrs. Chas. Sallialthe; the 14 months old
Infant of Mr. and 'Mrs. Salathe; Felix
Rlgot, barkeeper for Abe. Decuerst, and
James Edwards, a (barkeeper. The ex
plosion was fallowed by fire. It is
thought the exphwOwn was an attempt
to kill BouWt, who two years ago snot
and killed a leading Italian merchant.