The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, November 12, 1896, Image 1

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JUST ARRIVED
JOHNSTON & MURPHY
Men's
Fine
Shoes
COLUMBIA SHOE CO.
523 Commercial Street
Successors to
COPELAMD & THORSEN
Days
These are the
We Celebrate
We have prepared for the Im
provement In trade. Our utock
is Complete.
Books, Stationery,
Newspapers, Periodicals
Notions, Novelties
GRIFFIN & REED
CITY BOOK STORE
Did You Ever.
SEE OUR NEW
HEATING STOVES ?
FOUL MURDER
AT J1ARSIIFIELD
Joseph Kusscll Shoot i and Instantly
Kills His Son-ln-Law. '
SAID HE WAS AN ANARCHIST
Ami Proceeded to Do a Good Dd for
HU Country by Blowing Out
Ills Itmln.
Built on Entirely Mew Principals..
AIR-TIGHT HEATERS am
A SUCCESS
You Arc Invited to Inapcct Tticm
FOARD & STOKES COMPANY.
HARDWARE,
PLUMBING
TIN WORK
JOB WORK
H-
ORANITE WARE. ROPE,
STOVES. IRON PIPE. TER
RA COTTA PIPES, BAR
IRON. STEEL, CANNERY
SUPPLIES. L00(ER5'
TOOLS
AT PRICES THAT DEFY
COMPETITION
Call and Be
Convinced
SOL 0PPENHEIA1ER
Trustee for the lite
M. C. CROSBY
Qlarkson & Marvin Boom ComPany
LONG FIR PILING
Promptly Furnished
216 and 217 Chamber of Commerce
Portland. Orejon
Astoria Asphalt and Roofing Co.
All Work Quaranteed-
I.KATR OKIUCKN
at nan roMMKK-
CIAL STllKKT
Roof Painting
and Kapulrlnu Lsky Hoof,
N. JENSEN and R. 0. HANSEN
J. A FASTABEND,
QENBRAL CONTRACTOR, ,
HOUSE, BRIDGE AflD EHRRF BUILDED
HOUB MOVER.
Hoa Moving TmIi lor Rant.
ASTORIA ORBSQON
Emil Schacht
ARGHITEGT
GEO. NIC0LL, Assistant.
J. B. WYATT,
Phono No. 68
Astoria, Orogoa
Hardware,
Ship Chandlery,
Groceries,
Provisions,
PAINTS and OILS.
Bpoclol Atttntloa Pali u Supplyinf Ship.
OmCB:
Iopp's Hew Brewery
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Coscosdy St.. loot ol Jackaoa, Aatorla.
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr
Land tii Marina Bftrtna. Boll.r work, Stsaa
boat and Cannary Work Sp.clalty.
Cuttnr of All Dawrlptlona Mate 10 Ortw oa
Short Notlco.
John Fox... .President and Superintendent
A. I Fox Y' President
O. B. Praal Secretary
First National Bank, Treasurer
SEASIDE SflWfllLli.
A eompteta stock of lumber on band
In tha rough or dressed. Flooring, ru
tlu, osillng, and all klnda of finish;
mouldings and ahlngloa; alao bracket
work dona to ordar. Tarma raaaonabla
and prices at bod rook. All ordar
promptly attended to, Offloa and yard
at mill. H. F. L. LOO AN, Prop'r.
Beaalde, Oregon.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO
Msrslillrtd. Or.. November II. Joseph
Nathan KukiH.ll almt and killed hla son-
In-law, Andrew Carlaon, Hunday. near
Randolph. Th crime grew out of an
election ffuil. Russell waa a Hepubll
ran and claimed that hla aon-ln-law
waa an anarrhlst. Thla waa one of th
reasons ho gave fur the killing.
Carlson waa a widower and hla four
children wero stopping with their
grand parrnta. Ha had returned from
town with a aupply of provisions, and
n Hunday Just prior to the shooting,
had rarrlrd an armful of wood Into the
huuae and x-atrd hlmet-lf by ona of hla
daughtrre. A momont after Carlaon
had aM down the rexrt of a rifle waa
heard In the adjoining room and Carl
eon tumbled off tha chair and fell to
the floor. At tha Bound of the gun Mra.
Itussrll ran Into the houae and found
her aon-ln-law proatrate, with hla
bra I no apaltervd all over the floor. The
fare of one of her granddaughters waa
blemllng from the bullet that killed her
father and graacd her fare. Mra. Rua-
aell next entered the bedroom where
ahe found hrr husband with a emoklng
rllle In hla hands, which he gave up.
Rusaell waa evidently atandlng on the
lied when he fired. The edgee of the
boards on earh side of the crack
throuiih whlih he fired show powder
mnrka.
The bullet twik effect behind and
above the li ft ear, paeaed through the
head and i-m nut below the right
eye, producing Instunt death. Itussrll
made no attempt to escape and yielded
o arrest without protest, saying to the
offlceis tint: he did a good deel for his
tounlry and v. as willing to be hanged
at once. IK- whs given a preliminary
examlnn.ilin yesterday and waa com
mitted to Jail to aw nit the action of
the grand Jury. Iluae appeared as
clenr-heniled as any one at the trial,
thouKh some claim he la demented. He
Is about K years old and lis a resided on
the Ciiille rlvvr for many years.
TU-EW Ol'T HIS BRAINS.
Minneapolis, November U. Albert B.
Merrlam. a wenlihy lumler man, walk
ed Into the Commercial Club at noon to
day, entered a small card room and
shot himself through the head with
vUitlbr revolver. Death waa Instan
taneous. ' .Merrlam had been a victim
of nervous dyspepsia, and recently Buf
fered much, which probably caused hit
act. H left no letter and the deed
appeared to have been entirely unpre
meditated. Merrlam came to Minneap
olis from Qulncy, III., where he waa
very prominent.
fiicllltlcK for lis distribution far In ad
vance of what they were elghtecqn
years ago, though atlll too limited; and
the steady progress of road building,
giving aecesa to hitherto alrwmt utiap-
uroacluil'le regions, to which It waa
before Impossible to convey relief, has
ten th day wlwn In auch emergenclea
the surplus food of other" lands may
find Its way to all India's famine
ktrlcken population.
HIS I.AHT JlKQI'EHT.
A lllood Curdling Bcene Hnatrhed from
a Kin de Hlecle Novel
you have gone a
Hl'NQflT INDIA.
"dcorge Kalaton,
littlt too far!"
I'alo with Indignation and outraged
prld'. the young woman looked him
sternly In the fat.
Why, O-rlrude," he stammered. In
helpless confusion. "I I a ah didn't
think you would care."
"Didn't think I would care!" ahe
echoed, with fnvitng mockery. "Did
you think, air, that an acquaintance of
ten or twelve months entitled you to
a privilege, unasgea, nai my mosi in
tlmite frlenda of many years' standing
would not have dared to claim? Have
you no conception, air, of the meaning
of the word presumption?"
What had thla young man done?
Intoxicated by her beauty, and fan
cying he aaw In hrr glorious dark eyes
a challenge, half coy. half saucy, he
had rapturously klaaed her.
Dumb with astonishment, Kalaton
now quailed before the llghtnlng-IIke
Indignation of the high-spirited glrL
He aaw he had made a fatal mistake.
This must end our acquaintance, Mr.
Kalaton," ahe said. "In many respects
It haa been a pjeasant one. I had come
to esteem you highly, to regard you aa
young man of high and noble Im
pulses, free from the trivialities, the
weaknesses, the Inordinate self-conceit
nd assurance that the spirit of the
age seems to Infuse Into the mental
constitutions of the young men of mod
ern society. You have thrown yourself
down from the pedestal upon which I
hud mistakenly placed you. Mr. Hal
alon, she continued, sadlv, hereafter
we meet as strangers."
"De It so, Gertrude Kajones," replied
he, with recovered elf-oscslon. "I
shall not question your tight to dismiss
me thus summarily, however strongly
mlgh. feel inclined to protert against
he Justice of your act In so doing.
Henceforth we meet aa strangers. But
icfore I take my farewell of you. as I
am now about to do, and go out Into
the world to struggle with It aa only j
a sorrowing, lonely man, deprived of I
his l&it earthly hope, must struggle
to k.-ep bitter despair from gnawing his
heart-stringa asunder before I loave
forever the presence of one with whom
I have passed so many happy hours,
whose memory will cling to me through
all the cheerless years that may yet
drag their weary length over my head.
I have one last request to make of
you."
"What la It, air?"
"Pleaao get off my lap."
THE LEGISLATION
era House, In thla city. There are sup
posed to be hla opening gun In the
TIT i rn in vrinnnn iour yean campaign lor Bimetallism,
I 1 1 A I IS A H M I M 1 1 Mr. Hryan haa promised to In
liilll IIS IMJUUIUU a
Views of Congressman Xcwlands, a
I'rominent Silver Man.
TARIFF AXD SILVER LAWS
The One Necessary to Protect the Unit
ed Btatet Against Europe, the
Other Against Asia
laugurate."
Han 1 Francisco, November , 11. Call
fornlana may have an opportunity of
hearing Wm. Jennings' Bryan thla
month. He will be in Tenver on the
24th Instant and the silver state com
mlttee of California has Invited him
to ontlnne hla Journey to this city,
Chairman Lane la offering to defray
all expenses of the trip.
Denver, November 11. Charles 8.
Thomas received a telegram from W
J. Eryan today aaylng he would be
In Denver November 24, Pueblo the fol
lowing day and poaaibly at Leadvllle on
THE ROYAL GEORGE.
Interesting Extracts from Her Log-
Perhaps a Wreck Sighted.
Han Francisco, November 11 Con
gressman Newlanda, of Nevada, tern
porary chairman of the Bt. Louis silver the night of Thanksgiving day.
party convention, waa interviewed by
a Chronicle reporter with reference to
the policy which should control the all
ver men from the mining states during
the corning session. Mr. Newlanda aald:
. .oc.e w..i we snouio accept me Caotaln Toaarart. of the British .hln
ol ,no country; me people nave tioy3i George, which arrived in poet
declared in favor of protection and v-t-M., from Rio. v. . A.iri.n
have given the Republican party a con- reporter the following extract from hi.
tor ine restoration oi prosperity. I i,.
, . i
oeoeve snouia o auowea to carry ..w. .iIed from r,0 Bund.T. JuW 1?
out any reasonable tariff policy with- ,nd .xpt.Heced light wlnda until the
oui oosiruciion. ,M ,,, , K i , .u-
"So you think tariff legislation will LJtheoat. Th. wind. . v.n.hi.
give relief. I ant town all nnlnl. n (lu mmn.,.
It will give some relief, but not to LnaetUed weather uo to th. 10th of
me extern expectea. rree trade would I Auguat. On the 15th we had a heavy
Inflict greater Injury upon thla country I utnwt ftle , utJtu(,e and
man any otner. we need, therefore, a
...... . . roii us againai me of Auguat a succession of gala kept
k.uu. u. reaper i.oor eisewnere. aii hands busy. On the 22d of Auguat
proiecuve measure wnicn will we .,hled ... vessels, all outw.rH
guara us agairut cneap labor of gold bound. under iow u.i Th. -.
atandard countries must be tariff. The tinned and on 'the Hat of August and
protective measure mat will protect ua i,t of Sent em her fourteen veel. ,
..UB agrnuuunu com- ea u. -ii homeward bound, which
petition ana threatened manufacturing Drovea that thev had been delayed to
competition or in silver countries must tne westward.
oe legislation which will restore all
relative value of gold and silver. Such
ue equivalent to a lann or I weather were experienced up to the 28th
per cent upon me products or the f September, when a northeaster car
silver countries, for It would Increase rlta u, to the southward, w. cr.ed
to that extent the gold coat of auch the equator October 13, and had only
lnB mpeuiion oi Kurope ,lght wlnda maklng but m mlitm p,r
Is Inslgnlflcant aa compared .with the day. October JO we sighted a reef In
existing and threatened competition of latitude 2 north, longitude 1M S5 west.
. ne.,ee mat me irue policy of November 4th the Drumalis crossed our
ine country is combined tarlir and all
GENERAL MILES'
ANNUAL REPORT
Recommends the Necessity of Better
Defenses Along the Coasts,
ESTIMATE FOR THE COLUMBIA
Suggeata That the Standing Army B
Increased and That Bicycles Be
Coed In the Deparment
we had to the eaat-
to bring so many veasela togeth
Vartahle wlnda and some fair
Washington. November U. In hla
annual report to the secretary of war,
Major-General Miles, commanding the
United Btatea army, recommenda a lib
eral appropriation for replacing tbe
present Inadequate and antiquated
post buildings, especially those on what
waa formerly the Indian frontier. Oen.
Miles believes that the freedom of the
country of late from Indian outbreaka
la to be ascribed to the fact that the
Indians now receive better treatment
from the government; that tbey are
more Impressed with the power of tha
army to punish them and that their
affairs are In many cases managed by
competent army officers. Therefore.
he recommends that the same policy as
to the Indians be continued.
General Miles again devotes a hurt
portion of his report to consideration of
the questions of coast defense and re
news forcibly all recommendations oa
that aubject made In bis former reports.
The estimate that General Miles makes
for the next year for tbe work of the
ordnance engineers and qartermasters
department at different coast points In
cludes the following:
San Diego, Cal., 1600,000; San Fran
cisco. 9O2,850; mouth of the Columbia
river, o4.S2S: Puget Sound, J7M.00O.
General Miles renews his former rec
ommendations for an Increase of the
army on the ground that It has not
kept pace with the increased wealth of
public and private Interests, and he
suggests that the enlisted strength of
the army be fixed at one soldier to
every 1.000 people, as the minimum, the
maximum strength not to exceed one
soldier for 1,000, and the strength to be
bow close hauled. At noon th jLtmrn
ver l. gloiatlon-the one protecting us day we passed and spoke the Verbena, determined within the limits, according
against Europe,
Asia."
the other against
FLl'RRT IX WHEAT.
SAILOR'S STRANGE DEATH.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria arts' Upper Astoria
Fisa Taa ana Coms, Tiblt Cxlkacl.i. Doawatk
and Tropical Fruits, V.j.ubkt, Sugar
Ciroa Han. Bacoa. Etc.
Choice Fresh and Salt Meats.
The British authorities In India have
goni to work systematically to meet
the dreadful situation forced upon them
by the famine, which la bringing dis
tress to well-nigh half the population of
Hindustan, and imperilling millions of
lives. All leaves of atmence to civil
servants have been revoked, and every
one must be In his place to share In
the conduct of the great administrative
machinery which the dear-bought ex
perience of lesaer famlnea has led the
authorities to devise. As the sole
method of affording relief without at
the same time pauperising the sufferers
vast worka of Internnl Improvement
have been commenced, at which every
applicant can have employment, at
wanes pitifully small, Indeed, but still
autllclent to keep aoul and body to
gether. The works cnnxlnt In lining up
swamps, digging canals, opening roads
through the mountains, and like lm
provements of a permanent character-
such, however, aa the government
would not have felt Itself Justified 'In
undertaking except for the relief which
the money to be thus expended will
bring to an Imperilled population. The
sick, aged and Infirm are cared for by
direct gifts from the government or by
private dole. Still all means at the
command ot the authorities and all the
private benevolence of the better off
among the people ran only lessen the
horrors' of the situation. Not a few of
our readers may have heard the painful
atory of a former Indian famine from
our countryman, Ilev. John E. Clough,
of Iowa, who, during Its prevalence In
1R77-8, suspended his labors as a Chris
tian missionary to take charge of some
of the government relief work In Telu
gulund. The strain upon 'Mr. Clough's
nerves and sympathies amid the har
rowing scenes of that famine was such
aa to change hla appearance In a single
season from that of a young, vigorous
man to that of one prematurely aged
and broken. And all Americans and
Englishmen In India whose memory
goes back to those days now look for
ward with dread to the repetition of
like scenes In a wider region, during
the months that muRt Intervene before
another crop" can be harvested. Still
the sourcea of relief are larger and the
Stricken with Heart Failure While on
the Main Yard.
Captain Junes, of the British ship
Cambrian Princess, which arrived yes
terday, from Santos, reports the death
of Clinrk'8 Martin, an able bodied sea
man, under peculiar circumstances.
Martin was at work on the main yard
with Boatswain McLean, taking gas
kets as they were thrown to htm, when
suddenly he stopped work. Noticing
his distress, McLean Inquired If he was
III, but, receiving no reply, climbed over
to Martin. He found him lying across
the yard, his feet hanging over one
side and his head and arms over the
other. McLean again addressed Mar
tin, and, receiving no answer, placed
his hand on Martin's shoulder, only to
find that the poor fellow was dead. Mc
Leun tied a rope around the body and
lowered It to the deck. Heart failure
was the cause of the death. The body
waa burled at sea.
PERSIAN'S PASSAGE.
Captain Carnegie, of the British ship
IVrxlan. which arrived yesterday, in
conversation with an Astorian report
er last night, said:
'We left Nagasaki October 1 and had
light, variable winds for about seven
teen days, until we reached latitude
40 north. After that the shlD made
from 220 to 240 miles a day for ten
days, and we then encountered a suc
cession of easterly gales, lasting six
days. The wind blew very hard at
times and we were forced to heave to
for three days under main topsail. After
that we had a good run of westerly
winds right In to the coast, arriving
off the river yesterday (Tuseday) at
noon. We got a pilot at 1:30, about
fifteen miles off the Cape. We were
rather late In reaching the river, so had
to wait outside until today. We made
the passage In thirty-eight days."
First Goes fp a Few Cents
Hurriedly Drops.'
ind Then
Chicago, November 11. A disagree
able surprise was given wheat specu
lators at the opening, and although an
advance of 2i waa chronicled in the
local market yesterday, all the response
Liverpool made to this was an advance Ufhte(l by Captain Taggart
of from H to fed. The consequence was royal yards on the 6th may account for
that large quantities of wheat were of- tne wreckage at Marahfleld yesterday.
fered fqr sale Immediately. December
from Conception bay for Port Town-
send, sixty-four days out. She was
from KIo to Concepclon for orders.
and sailed from Rio on the 2d of July.
On the 5th she was still In sight astern.
also a large bark with no royal yards
aloft. From that time to the 10th we
had bhiftlng winds and heavy seas.
On the 10th at 2 p. m. we took a pilot
on board off the Columbia and at noon
today we were Aowed In by the Relief."
It is barely possible that the vessel
without
TO ATTEND THE PARTY.
Owing to the Birthday Party given
by the, ladles of the W. C. T. U. In the
Presbyterian church tonight, It was
thought best to omit the afternoon
meeting of the Union for today. The
ladles hope to meet all of their friends
tonight when a royal good time Is ex
pected.
Meany is the leading tailor, and pays
the highest cash price for fur skins.
opened from i to 80 cents, against
yesterday's closing of SO'4. Strong fea
tures, however, were not lacking. Cal-
iromia reported three more cargoes
taken for Australian account and local
and Northwestern receipts were very
light, though the latter was due to
stormy weather.
After the opening decline a general
recovery to SOX orcrred. but when the
second cable came reporting a break
equal to !"., the liquidation became
more urgent and the prices dropped,
selling down to 78's for an instant. By
12 o'clock the bulls had temporarily re
covered from their fright and hoisted
December to S0 which sudden rise.
however, brought
. THE MARKETS.
Liverpool, November 11. Wheat-
spot, firm; demand, poor; No. 2 red
spring, Ts 1VA: No. 1 California, 7s tSd.
Futures opened quiet, 6s, 11TL
London, November 11. Hops Pacific
coast, 3 5s.
San Francisco, November 11. Hops, j
unchanged. -
Portland, November 11. Wheat
Walla Walla, 7SS"9; Valley, 81S82.
jto the necessities and requirements of
the nation.
He points out the importance of hav
ing at least two stations east of the
Rocky Mountains and one west, suita
ble for the accommodation of one regi
ment of cavalry, and renews the recom
mendations made last year concerning
the use of bicycles and motor wagons
and promotion of competent enlisted
men to the grade of second lieutenants
after Ave years' service.
PRETTY CLOSE.
San Francisco, November 1L Official
returns from all counties In the SeV'
enth Congressional District show- that
out enough wheat castle. Democrat and PonullsL has
to KnocK it back again to , In M ten eIected over BowerS. Remibllcan
equany nurrieu manner. Toward tne
end of the session rumors of heavy
by 90 votes.
selling by a New York syndicate were
Inlluentldl enough to cause a break to
79 cents and that was the price at the
close.
ALASKA'S GOLD OUTPUT.
Seattle, November 11. The output of
gold in Alaska this year is about $4,-670,000.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed' the re
ceiver of the partnership firm of Arn-
VESSELS PROBABLY LOST.
Wreckage Drifts Ashore Near Marsh-
Held, Oregon.
Morshfleld, Or.. November 11. A
wooden rudder drifted Into the bay yes- qulst and Larson, by the circuit court
terday and was picked up near Jams of the State of Oregon for the county
Landing. It evidently belonged to some of Clatsop, and all persons having
large ship and It is feared that some claims against the said firm are here
vessel has succumbed to the elements I by notified to present the same, verified
during last Saturday night's storm. The as in case of decedent's estates, to the
stage driver came down the beach yes- undersigned at his office In Astoria, Or-
terday and also reports wreckage drift- egon, within three months from the
Ing ashore near the mouth of the Ump- date of the first publication of this no-
qua river. The main porltlon of the tice.
wreckage was a mast painted white Dated November Hth, 1898.
and came from some small vessel. I C. J. iiiiiNCHARD,
Receiver of Partnership Firm of Arn-
I qulst and larson.
ANXIOUS TO ESCORT McKINLET.
Many Want the Honor of Accompany
ing Him to Washington.
Canton, Ohio, November 11. Scarce
ly had President-elect McKlnley finish
ed dinner tonight when the mall car
riers of Canton were announced. They
shook hands with their distinguished
fellow townsman. The visit had no
sooner ended than a committee from
the Knights Templar of Canton called
to ask the honor for the Canton Knights
Templar of escorting their comrade to
Washington for the inaugural ceremo
nies The Eighth Regiment, O. N. G..
have also asked for the honor, aa wen
as Cleveland Troop, Tourteenth Regi
ment, of Columbus, and many other
similar organisations. One notable
body aspiring for the distinguished hon
or Is the oldest Republican club In Cali
fornia, which wired offering to come
from San Francisco and do escort duty.
THE POPE DISPLEASED.
Does Not Approve of Archbishop Ire
land's Course In the Election.
ROBBED THE POSTOFFICE.
Exciting Times in the Little Town of
Paisley, this State.
San Francisco, November 11. News
has just reached here that the post-
office at Paisley, Lake county, Oregon,
was robbed by two unknown men on
the morning of November 6. Deputy
Postmaster Herbert Aldrlch witnessed
the robbery and fired after the burglars
as they left the building, wounding both
and one so badly, that he was subse
quently captured by the sheriff's posse.
The other started away to the south.
leaving bloodstains In the road.
The Chinese have a fondness for eggs
some, two or three hundred years old.
In several Baltimore boarding houses
the same taste Is displayed, but the
eggs are disguised as spring chickens-
Baltimore Life. '
Rome, November 11. The statement
circulated In the United States that
the Pope has decided to remove Arch
bishop Ireland from the diocese of St.
Paul Is untrue. But It Is stated by
those qualified to know that Arch
bishop Ireland has lost the greater part
of the former consideration in which
he was held at the Vatican and the
course he pursued In the election In
the United States has Increased this
disfavor.
THE WHITE ELEPHANT.
Special to the Astorian.
Portland, November 11. The white
elephant sent up from Astoria by Foard
& Stokes Co., and which was used there
in the parade Tuesday night, was one
of the most attractive features In the
big parade here tonight
The woman with large feet Is griev
ing because fashion decrees that short
er gowns shall be worn this winter.
BEGINS HIS LONG TALK.
Lincoln, Neb., November 11. Satur
day afternoon Hon. W. J. Bryan will
deliver two lectures at the Funke Op-'
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest TJ. S. Gov't Report
aiding
ABSOLUTELY PURE
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