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est LOCAL circulation, the larg -j
est GENERAL circulation ami
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papers published In Astoria. jj
TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT.
VOL. XLIV. NO. 82.
ASTORIA. OREGON, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, APKlL 10, 1895.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
A For WaebfinKltan and Ore- V fTrT mm
Iron & Steel, '
Groceries & Provisions ,
Flour & Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors & Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles.
B. F. ALLEN,
365 Commercial Street.
New lines for 1895.
Japanese Rugs and Matting
(Direct from Japans.)
House Lining, Building Paper
Wall Paper of 1895 now in with a stock
Japanese Leathers, Wholesale in Chicago
from $9 to f 18 per roll of 12 yards.
B F. ALLEN'S,
365 Commercial Street.
Snap A Iodak
at any man coming out of
our sio and you'll get a
portrait ot a man brimming
mer with pleasant thoughts.
Hucli quality In tlm liquors
we liuve to oiler are enough to
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Corrpe and Try Them
HUGHES & CO.
Is there a man with heart bo 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
Conromly St, foot of Jackson, Astoria,
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Land and Marine Engines. Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Castings of All Descriptions Mads to Order on
John Fox. President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vice President
O. B. Prael Secretary
Epicures say the best
Pork bausage combines
th flavor ftf ftf iMn nlcr
pork with the flaky fat
and the fines herbs.
We furnish the table with this kind of
sausage that pleases the veriest epicure.
Portland Butchering Co'f M ark
Corner Second and Benton streets.
Corner Third and West Eighth street
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to fishermea
on the Columbia river that stand U
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.
"The Astoria Loan Office."
Money to Loan on
W TCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY,
Guns, Pistols, Cljthing
and all Articles of Value.
56 9th Street, Between Astor and Bond.
Tk. WnrVumlth whose shop Is OWCI
tte Cuttlns's oannery. Is now prepared
to do such odd Jobs as making; new
cannery coolers, reveunna m uw,
making nw fishln boat Irons, and re
pairing old ones, and all ether black
smithing that requires first-class work
Tour mind Is on repairing your nous
this spring; possibly on building a new
on. If so. remember we are carpea
ters and builders with a shop full of
tools always willing to do such Job
and want your work. .
losses, and no presents or chromos in my business, every
person treated alike.
I. L. OSGOOD,
The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher.
606 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OB.
HO SAID that
only in name.
Every inch of
ed with Easter Cards is a protest against any such belief:
So are the throngs of interested buyers inside, so are the
cards themselves, more and prettier, this year than ever.
The choosings have been
domestic cards and baskets in
REMNANTS I REMNANTS I I
How many we"e$
Color is permanent
IXLA MONTEZ CREME,
Skin Food and Tissue
Builder. Doea not cover fcuChealK'.and cures blemishes of tb skin:
and builds up the worn-out muscle fibres anf makes them plump.
makes the tissues firm
Lowest in price and best In value; 7 so Lara
may ktep It flufTy with FRIZZ. H'll keep ilu
deposit, mates the hair glossy: guaranteed harmless: hi'1
ppiy r wii, use ouriing iron not too not. or
.w. mv.uk re. ,iui n
using a rew times me most stubborn balr
Sold by Beauty Doctor, 4i!0aryht , Ban Francisco.
Mrs. D. K. BLOUNT,
7 Duane St., Astoria, Oregon. ,
PIANOS 5 ORGANS.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
26 ft Rockwell St
Pacific Coaat Office and Warerooma,
335 Morrlaon, cor 7th St Portland, Oregon.
L. V. MOORE, manager.
Entire Change of Program, "
Opening act by Cliford & Oro, entitled
With full cast
MACK and WADE
Tb Versatile 8ketce Team in
Tbeir Latest Production
"LOVE IN IRELAND."
MISS LULU ORO.
Positively tbe Greatest Chinese Imper
sonator. Attention is called to her seog,
being sung correctly iq Chinese.
MISS BESSIE LeMAR.
Bong and Dance Artist
ChUdrsn Cry fer
Gum Boots and Oil
Clothing: less than Factory
Wholesale prices. Boots
and Shoes at Factory whole
sale prices. It will be a cold
day when I get left. See that
you don't get left when you
want any Mens' or BovS'
uooas, Hats, caps
Boots. Shoes, Trunks
valises. Blankets. Qui!
etc. but call on me and save
from 16f to 33 per cent.
r U5rNo runners, no drum
mers, no book-keepers, no
Easter day was now a dav
1 1 w
one of our long counters load
ffbm the finest imported and
GRIFFIN & REED.
- on our streets only remesnte of beautiful
at bygone layi ! IT heed not be to while
tnereexists America' only flinty Dot-tor, MRS. V kTTIE
HAKRISO -. AN OLD WOMAN WITH GRAY HAIR
may have it changed in four days to Its natural color with
MRS. HARRISON'S HAIR RCSTORER.
Only four to ten kya required to restore balr to aatnral
color. Is not a dye or bleach. .No sediment or atii-kineas.
when once your hair is restored to its
natural snaae. ri air uecomeB glossy ana clean, i rice 11.
AN OLD WOMAN WITH WRINKLES may bavo every
trace removed and the contour restored!
A OIBL WITH STRAIGHT HA1H
hair in furl (n dnmrt or (feat. Leaves no sticky
u. . .nun ior tfl
lo tor soalp; cleanses tbe balr.
roll the hair In papers until perfectly dry,
will Keep In curl. Hrlc so cent a.
Wholesale Prices Qaotod
RESPON51BLB DEALERS AND nERCHANT5.
Catalogues Mailed Free M AppllcatlM
Mala Office and wareroona.
343-353 Wabash Ave.,
UU1U O A X.XVXV 1 O.
Evening, April 8th.
CLIFFORD & ORO .
In their Nonsensical Effnsion
r "All Broke Up."
The 19th Century Wsndsr,
In Choice Be lection.
and 20 cents.
President Cleveland Mitigates
Hii Court Martial Sentence.
TREASURY OFFIC.AL8 BOTHERED
t . . f
They are at a Leu to Enow, where
to Cemmente' to Straig-hten
Out the Tax Problem.
Aaaoclated Preea. ".V
WBelhJneon. AprU 8. The president
has dtoptteed c a case tlhatt has been
pending for marry : monltha in' acting
upon tbe reoorda of tbe count martial
held at Vancouver BtirmckB, Wash
htgltxni, WhWh ejonltenced 'Mlaor Joseph
W. WWaim, ptayrnaater In the army,
o xlterntaaaa for flail ure to pay hla debts
The presidertt tnUtigiaitid irhe eenttence
to flueiperitllon on hnHf gplay from rank
diity suid eJU. pr41eg! unitfl January,
1904, Ms name to be phtoed at . the
foot of Uhe Hat In the pay department,
The date mertttfotiod is the upon wWch
Mlajcir WIMam iwlll retire,' so ifihat he
can never see active service. He will
drop from Nov 9 d No. 25, hi (bia rank,
so HSBr"wOl be no poarttflKty of bis
own ywiOTtnst nor can he retard the
probxttilbn'of 'inajora w4io may enter
tflie grade bersafter.
THE TAX DHCISION.
It Has Ctiiis a Wbote Lot of Spec-
uteitdan by Treaswy" Ofllcdata.
Washllnglton, April 9.-The U-ecialon
of the supreme court yesterday in the
income tax case baa plunged the inter
nal revenue offlolalls into almost lnex
plioaible mystorloa. auld ..trouble. Te
more the decision Js'stuKMed it he greater
seem ' the difllouliaes eJtttendlng a clear
understanding f Its scope. The dec
larafttons thtak ilrsoornies upon real estate
freo Of ths'deoisloh will'
not to to- Indude - an farm products.
Urrtuer, odad nU all mine products
within the exempt ' clause. Whether
the losses sustained tthrbugh bad rent
deVta and the amaunit of expenses In
curred in collecting rents or for re:
pairs on housed arc to be deducted
from (he incomes as alno - a mooted
question. , Another grave question
radaed by Dine declon Is Whether the
road bed around houses and stations
of railroads are real estate or personal
propemty 'within, the maanflmg of the
law. ..lAJll ithlngti, conaMiered st is now
ChougUt itfive loss to Hhe treasury from
the Income tax aonrve will exceed' 60
per cent ot ithe toital expected from
'Use ttds stftctaioon Commissioner of
Irrternat InsTsau Mdiiler decided to re
quire all persons who have made re
turns to make affidavit to facta as to
the sunounft of Income from rents and
bondb, and those who (have not yet Bent
In ttoetr returns to make Hhe necessary
oorrexJttan thereon ibefore dodhg' so. It
seems probable ithat he final decision
will toe trrat yesterday's opinion m ef
fect, exempts mcomes received from
UondB and rents, tttre latter to be
strictly defined as the amount the
landlord derives from tiis tenant. In
computing the income Ht Is believed It
would be beld that insurance, ordinary
repairs, and taxes, on exempt property
irwy We properly deducted. In that
case ft to prdbattle the court will be
called upon to explain Just what yes
terday's dewiakm as to exempt from the
PrtvaJte Secretary Thurber's artften
tlon tietng oallled to he abatement In
the W1asntraton papers today, tttiat the
preasdent was being flooded with tele
rmms from an parte of the country
npeadlnaf to him (to call an extra ses
skm of congress to repeal Whe Income
tax laiw, saaM not one single failegrarn
or corrrmtiiioatian bu4 been received
on that subject.
SUPttHMB COURT BINDINO.
The Lower Courts Will Take the De
cision as if Usiamsmous.
WessbJknston, April f.-'o far' as the
knrer oourts are conoerned,u'sald At
torney Oenerat Olmey, 'the division of
the supreme court on (be Income tax
la ae btndkig as If the whole court
Wad been unwismous in- Its favor. I
cannot beMevs any judge wouM grant
an Injunction to prevent a collector
from collecting the tax on rrtcomes de
rived Tom btber sources than rents
and municipal bonds fci tbe 'face 'of
the supreme court's addon. Tbe 6nV
way, I. can see by wbtoh persons' who
object to paying the tax can secure
KkIIcsbA aoClon is by vaytng the tax.
under protest and entering svK for' its
OOOD TOR VENEZUELA:
' TTsutfrtnaton, April .4resldent
Crsstpo. of Venesuets, has sent a spe
cial saessage to tbe congress of V.a-
i .ajiisswiisnr aoe e Hurts ot ttor
United States on the British Venezue
la queelttan. ImmoJlaltely following
the receipt of the message, congress
passed resolutions heartily thanking
the Uretted States for Its support and
sympathy. Word reaches Hhe legation
here thialt. Venezuela feels so secure In
her rights Dhat she ts pressing for
ward improvemoruta in (The disputed
ALASKA 'BOUNIDA'RY LiTjJE.
Steamer FtaftterBon, WUtih EJnigteeers,
WiU Leave to Begin Work.
San Fnandflco, April 9. As a sesult
of 'correaponxiejioe between the govern
ment' of Canada and that of tihto coun
try, an effort la to be at once made to
settle definitely the Alaskan boundary
line in the vicinity, of Porldand Met,
and aooqrdmgly Professor George Da
vidson baa been flitting out survey
parties who twill ' leave On the coast
survey steamer Paititerson Thursday,
The work to be 'done iwil not settle
the point as to WheUher the forty-mile
Greek mines are under British or Amer
loan dominion, but will tlx the southern
end of the -meandering boundary line
running down the coast from Mount
St. Ella to Portland inlet, following
the parallel about ten marine leagues
Inland. .The British government bold
that the outside eliore lines should be
followed, whirl e this government has
suooeeded In 'having the .boundary line
follow at a distance mentioned from
the inside shore tine." If the "out'
side shore" line conlterttikm were yield'
ed, It would give England poseeaelon
of much of the coast and part of the
New Company To Be Organized "With
' Large Capital.
New 'York, AiprW 9. The Atchison
reorganization comiml'titee bave Issued
their plan which Is Signed by all the
me.nberB of the Joint reorganization
oo'mimiJttee, ' and wihioh ' ihave been ap
proved by the. New York general re
orgamizeltton comrrtStttee, the London
bond holders' commJititee, and Hope &
Co., . of Amsterdam, acting for the
Dutch bondholders. The plan propoe
ed is to foreclose the general mort
gage.avnd other montgages, If deemed
deslraMe,'and vast the troperttee'-ke-f
quired' ait the" foredlosure ea9e In the
r.eW oortipiany. The oapttiadlaaltlon un
der the new orgttnizaiUon will amount
to $377,268,208, with a fixed interest of
11,528,647, against the existing capital
tsaition of 1335,595,247, wltih fixed In
terest charges of 19,536,763. The stock
holders will receive for each 100 shares
when -an assessment of $10 is paid
thereon, $100 in common stock and $10
In preferred .stock of the new oom
' ' WILL JOIN HANDS.
Sun ; Francisco Business Men Vtfamit to
Co-operaJte Wtih the Northwest- '
" ern OtUee.
San PraaiclsKO, April 9. The execu
tive commititee of the Manufacturers'
and Producers' Aasoolaltlon Is discuss
ing the advlsalbiUty of extending the
scope of ithelr orgtoinlzaitlon to Port
land, Betalttle and Tacomla. Louis Sa-
roni said alt a meeting today; ."When
mai titers of common interest come up
the cities of the West should .work
hand in band. We need to work for
the interests of the whole coast. We
should ask Porto land, Sea title and Tv
ooma to Join bands wi'lh us. Our prime
object is to improve California; but If
assisting tbe improvement of neighbor
ing staites works to the advantage of
California we are fulfilling the objects
of this aasocraition by broadening our
Held of acta on."
DR. PLOUP DEAD.
San Franjcasco, April 9. Dr. John E.
Plouf, who Was Shifrt' 'March 80 by J.
D. 8.' iMcGoughiey, during an alterca
tion on the streat, died this evening at
a private bosplltiaa. A charge of mur
der will be placed agamst McGoughey,
who has 'been In Jail pending the re
sult of tDie shooting.
Some .days' after Plouf had been
shot bis eridter, iHrs. Edtaards, of Bos
ton, wired ithlalt she would come to see
her broBner. It was a race iwlth death.
She had rom the AILlantlc to the Paci
fic. At 11 this mormng a cab dashed
up to -the hospttai and five minutes
later the brother and srister greeted
.each other. At :30 tonlgihlt Plouf
breathed his larft. After the dying
man- bad greeted bis sister tMs mom
Ing, he said to the doctor In attend
ance: "Now It is all rtgWt; I don't care
what comes of the case," and after
that he sank steadily.
Dr. Anderson said tonight, n referr
ing to the case! ! VWe consider It a
marvelous one. ' Fdr a week at least
life was sustained solely by reKtora
tlves adinJnbttered hsTtodt-nically.
The heart's action was mairnjained in
this inaaner and t!tl functions of the
Madam (Nelson, reads head and palm,
also cards, mud tells past, present and
ft ure. Conswltiailrxi on' ail atraira
.Price, SO cents and upwurds. Recom
mvavtations from several hundred per-
Score Their First Victory
Against Masters Association.
THE STAR OF
Barteli, Who Stole the Schooner
Arrested in Mexico He
Will be Prosecuted.
San FHamcSaoo, Ajprfl 9.-JL. A. Rick
oft, shipping inaster of the SMpownera'
AssocsalUon, and W. fiandstad, book
keeper of the Sailors' Home, were ar
rested today by United States Marshal
Baldwin for violating ithe Urtfted States
shipping reguftalMons an exacting ad
vance money from sailors. The com
plaining witnesses are Joseph P. Dal
ley, arid Alexander Anderson, and they
charge fflhtat Rlckoft and Sandstad en'
gaged them for a voyage to Alaska
and return on the American bark Har
vester ait $26 per month and $15 ad
vance. 'The advance money was paid
them, and When the union learned of
the Cadt, Secretory Furseth at once
swore ou't warrants for their arreat.
This is the first serious move made by
the Seamen's Union of .the Pacific In
the present flgbt.
OAPT. BARTELS ABjRjESTED.
'San Frairsotsco, April 9. Bartela, tbe
notorpue sm caiptam, is in the alutdhes
of the 'law lt La Pas, Mexico, and Is
to be prosecuted for stealing the
sohooner Star ot Freedom from this
port. The SOair of Fredom Is owned
by Cfflprtata. Johnson and he ieflt her In
oharge of a waltdhman while he went
to sea tn ediother vessel. Barrtels tried
to ahairtar ithe Btar of Freedom, but
Johnson iwculd bave nothing to do
with him. ' When the owner was awtay
Baritels bribed the wtaitohman and 'the
wo men sailed away wtuh.-Uve, sohoon
er. As 'the vessel oou not be cleared,
the papers of the sohooner Natalie
THE ALBANY WHEAT STEAL.
Albany, Jr., April 9. On complaint
of hardens of Wheat In the Red Crown
Millts, Jubn Isom,' president, and J. B,
Stockman, secretary and mianager,
were arrested today on a dharge of
reirioViIngf and disposing of wheat stor
ed iii 'the mills by fanners. Both waiv
ed exaimlnattkm and gave $1,000 bonds
for their erppearanoe before the Judge.
The ' shortlage in ithe mills its about
80,000 bushels, and about bailf 'the wheat
belongs to farmers. A formldaible ar
ray of aitttornieys bave been employed
on both skies. -
fiEVBRIB STORM AT TACOMA.
Tacoma, April 9. 'At 6 p. im. this
city was Struck by a severe 'Wind Storm
coming from the direction of 'the Col
umbia river. The wind blew about 60
miles an Incur. Aflmost immedltaltaly ft
began to btaill. This continued for ten
minutes. Then Hollowed thunder
storm, wbldh Is, ailways a novelty in
ibis section. For ten minutes thunder
and llgMCning siVternaited In quick suc
cession and beavy rain fell. The chief
damage was done to telephone and tel
BRITISH STEAMER SEIZED.
London. April 9. The Times will to
morrow publish a dispatch from Its
oorrespondenit at Shanghai saying that
a Japamwte man of war has selied the
Biiuiah steamer Ylk Sang outokle Va
kuvo, having on board 22,000 cartridges
shipped at Shanghai by a respectable
German Arm as "Bamboo and Steel."
The owners of the Ylk Bang, It Is
added( accepted the shipment 1n good
TROUBLE ON THE KOOTENAI.
Nelsons, B. C, April 9. Reports of
further shootim at the reohurnatlou
works on Whe KodtenaJ have come
In today. Tbe gold commlBrtoner Is
sending up two special consntbles by
the steamer Nelson tomorrow and a
Spoloaaman-'Review correspondent will
accomiwny (the party.
' FRUIT KILLING FROST.
Spokane, Apr 9.-dVaofcee and oth
er tender fruft on tbe upper Snake riv
er havs been sibnust totally destroyed
by frost. A telegram sVom Lewi t on,
MahC, says peaches will be nearly
Highest of all is Leavening Power
J t 7
0 0f j) 4
totiifl failure. Early cherries end Bart
led pears are badly fourt but noUunir
A TRIO OF SUICIDES.
Three Omaiha Men Grow Destpondent
and End Their Existence.
Omaiha, April 9. Three .well-known
Omaiha men oammitJtad suicide today.
This morning Judge John Sahler blew
out his brains at bis Omaha residence.
He left a note attributing bis act to
financial troubles. 9ehler has been a
banker, laiwyer, and lobbyist in Ne
braska for a quarter of a century,
J. J. Jones, an Omaiha Icwyer, wrote
a long letter to ithe press and disap
peared last nJgfot He amid be would
be dead before the letter was received.
He claims he bad lost his wife's for
tune , and ooultd not face her. His
friends think bis mUnld gave way and
that he has suicided.
'Mama ford C, Baile, a Union veteran,
blew out bia brains tonight. He at
tributed the act to domeatlo trouble.
REVELATIONS FROM HEAVEN. '
Kansas City,, April 9. TWe expected
message from Heaven was not receiv
ed at (the Mormon conference at Inde
pendence today. President Smith spent
the day witth ithe twelve apostles and
dolearattes to the conference, momen
tarily expecting to bear that revela
tions from on high had been made.
There are two vaoannlea among the
a poe Hies (Which have eJrited many
years and iwhltoh cannot be fUJed until
it is revealed of God to Joseph Bmith
and Ithle apoeibleB who the new apostles
are to be. Nothing having come after
today'e slitting, revelaltkms are not now
expected at ithlls meeltlng.
MARRIED A MONGOLIAN.
Karssas CItyi'U,;.-, ..... h May
Sharp, a teacher in the First Cumber
land Presbyterlen church Sunday
school, wblk-ai Is titendri , by several
Chinese, was today murrted to Charlie
Ylnig, one of lhe Cblnjese vupl'ls ot the
Sunday school. . Miss Sliarp'a pa recta
are well known and the aualr baa
caused something of a sensation.
. IN HARD LUCK. ,,1. .j.
Tong Olng and HJs"' White BrUe Ar-
rested In Chicago.
Ohioaga, April 9. Ohlarles Tong Glng
and bis bride of one day, Miss May
Sharp, of Kansas city, had a lively ex
perience with the pollute today. They
were seen ait the B. and J. depot by a
policeman who took Miias G-tng for Miss
Maud Bailey, of thlM city, who has
been miming Jfreiri" 'iiome for several
days. They were arrested and the po
lice sent word to Mrs. Ballley What they
bod found ber daughter Maud eloping
with a Chinaurian, anl that both were
under arrest. Mrs. Bailey,' after one
glance alt Mrs. Glng, declared that one
had never seen 'her before, and the
bridegroom and bride were told they
San 'Francisco, April 9. Arrived
Sohooner Socramanto, from Ooos Bay.
Oleiared Queen, for VlcUocia and
Port Townsend; bark HldlDlgo, whaling;
bwrk 'Ferrto Bt. Thompson, for Ugaahlk.
Departed State of California for As
toria and Portland; schooner JaJxs
Howes, for Nairtolmo; sohooner Del
Norte, f jt Coqullle river.
HAN FRANCiSCO RACES.
San Francitvco, April 9. Six furlongs
-TllUe S., 1:15 1-2.
Six furloneWFondeur, 1:15.
Five and one-half ifurtongs Alollie
B 1:09 1-2.
One mile Olack RioaHeu, 1:41 1-2.
One and one-half miles, Bteertechoae,
The Lark, 3-28 1-2.
Six furlongs Nephew, 1:14 1-2. .
Washington, April 9. A genon-al or
der was issued from the war depart
ment today turning over to the inte
rior department the abandoned milita
ry reservBJtaons wo longer required for
NuW York, April 9. illops, quiet.
IJMerpwil, Ajptfll (9. fWlheat pot
steady and modertately In demand; No.
2 red whiter, is 9 l-2d; No. 2 red spring,
5 2-1; No. 1 bard &Eam4 total, Gs 2d; Mo.
1 OiUfomla, &s lid.
Ifiips at London, Pacific Coast, 2 10s.
IN SYMPATHY WITH INSURGENTS
Kanxas City, Aprtl 9. A mass meat
Ing of citizens in syimpwhy iwith'th
CulMn Insurgent-was bt-W toiwlfi-ht.
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