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AH'JOKIA, OREGON, WKI.KS1AY JIOKNJNO, MARCH 10, 18!7.
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GRIFFIN & REED
City Book Store '
Stationers & Booksellers
All the Leading Newspapers
and Periodicals Kept on Hand
LEGAL BLANKS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES
WHY DO WE KEGP
RoW. Stewart & Sons'
Irish Flax Salmon Twine
It Is the Best, the Strongest and
Longest-Lasting Twine Alade . . .
FOARD & STOKES CO.
Dealer In Cork and Lad Lines, tUnting Twin, Leads; alto, Oara, Oarlock,
Boat Cooking LUntlls, Sail Drill. Palnta, lloat Nails, Etc., etc.
Ri!f-HirtliK o llme IVwir Urli. Emii..
roil I'AIITM I I AUH AIUMIKN
HcrculcH Giih Engine Works
4oa a MOM It RT.. RAN rilANCINt'O
UNION MEAT COMPANY
Shield Brand Hams, Bacftn, Strictly Pure Lard
ALL KINDS OF CANNED MEATS
(lurant4 the Heel In lk Market
COkNEK I OUKTH AND (II.ISAN STREETS - - PORTLAND, OREOON
The Columbia Iron Works
.... FOUNDRYMEN ....
Blacksmiths, Machinists, and Boiler-makers
Corner Klahteenlh Nl. anil franklin Ave.
Ross. Higgins & Company
GROCERS and BUTCHERS
AMTOWIA ANI1 I2AMT ANTOHIA
CHOICIC KKKSII AND SALT MEATS
R. L. Boyle. & Co.
Real Estate, Loans and Investments
Commcrclnl Hlroet. Antorln
The Palace Cafe...
Is the Place for a Good Meal-Eastern Oysters
V. XV, WHIPPLE, Proprietor
Astoria Roofing & Cornice Co.
34 Gravel, Tin and Slate Roofing
ninth QTWFFT Asphalt Paving- for Basements, Sidewalks and Streets
Asphalt Coatln. on Tin and Shln.le Roofs
Repairing of all kinds of Roofs
Clarkson & Marvin Room Company
LONG FIR PILING
Astoria Asphalt & Roofing Co
ad Rapalrlna Leaky Roofs.
J. A. PASTABEND -
House, Bridge ind Wharf Builder House Moving- Tools for Rent
Cfina $Aln or cheap dlitlUatt oil.
Engine connected direct with pro.
prllrr shaft, and no nolay. ally broken
lvrl gears used In reverse moilon.
New kNuk device: no Internal spring
electrode to bum OUt.
Send for testimonials.
We are building the new i'yle, Mlf.
tar.lng marliMt engine In all glies
up to MO horse power.
Every engine fully guaranteed.
2 16 and 217 Chamber of Commerce
Leave order at
N. JENSEN and R. O. HANSEN
AN EXPERT ON
The Very Ikst Mate tit (irow Pine
Wired I'liU uml Seed.
i a k m cii in i in; 1 1 1 :i.i i in; o i:
Who Alone, Like 111" European. '!
Hur"Kfii!:y 'Jf'w This Wealth
' : v I iw Plant.
Mui-t l liKinir miil all over in- ntuin
liy Ihii irwn. aicl mm Ii irhtir iIuk uh
Inn la K"nif "ii eviTVWh'Ti- i-uiirrrn-Iiik
llif KrlnK ali i niilnnliiK "f na
in (in-rn, Aol'-rlane livi- l kin a
l-llnir Intrri-et In thla niMtlfr, IhOi
llunuKh iMTwimil i-ltiirte nwli' by lie
liilnr.a mrii, and thmiiKh lu rlmmlier
of r'Hiiliiercr ,
jut fall the rhamlHT t fominerr"
lio.h Hie in(li-r In HoihI ,ainl K"l eotm
lance Kurin na-lhrrail manufur.
lurcm InicrreinJ In Tlalaii rouiily. an.)
r-'lvl an "rl-r friMii lh-m fur a ton
of flu an a tntt, bul u Ihn (lux imilil
not llii'ii bit olilalniil. aJthoiiKh (lie "f
Hiera of the rhambei- correwiiiiil
with rtllTrivnt (utrta of the elate, thv
unli-r mulii not be Mini. It would
ewii now 1ht, throuKh the elturta of
Mi-mra. Knar J Xl"ra. a IhurouKh
teat of the feaallHIIty of Kroinic Ital
In Clala-ip will tie mail thla imwin.
Kxiiert aay tliat thin la the locality,
of all ot here, for1 nurreeaful fla raining
The bunlnrwi men of the city are Very
earneat In the matter, ami alnrerely
hoe that the farmer of thla county
Mill not !ae thla opportunity of ail
vanrln thHf own Intereata anil at tht-
uiie time butMtnff up their home port
an J market. K(nl 8toea ioie o
mrelV" a ronaiKiiment of ai-eele dlriTl
from trelami In a ahort time. If It
l- not rome here In time for Ihla
year'a planting. It lll Ih- hen- for ni-xt
aeaaon. hull airectioiia for pitlntliiB,
ulilvatlna; anil hamllliiK the flax wore
reveiitly publlahed In a aerlca or arn
i Ire In tho Amor Ian. In -thl ronnec
neiliin the following letter, received tiy
Mr. M. J Kinney from Mr. W. T. ira
of Huli'in, highly liiti-reellng. It
will bi1 reninmler. that ten year
Mr. Cray aa the proprb-tor of the
S. ii. tn l.lnm . ,1 till .Mill, anil U Duir
oiiKhly fiimlrlur with the ruUliiK. hanJ
lliiK anil niiunifiicturlng of Mux. UN
ri'inuik". thfiefiire, hvv iluble Inier
ivl : (
"We haft- btvn huiklnit tmiulry for
(lux (llH-r for your frb-iul. but ran DrtU
none. It would be the inrn-it chance
If any iouIJ be obtiUmil. All thiv
hi have trletl M grow and prepare
fiber firr the Kiiaileh market hnve either
tieen wltlnKit auflU'leiit fumla to rarry
them throuKh, or have been Inexperi
enced In theihandlttiK "f U. I had norm-
Munplea when I iilttl I'arU In ISTS.
which were pronounced by experts to
Ih) fine In fact. aeveraJ were Vi-ry en
thUKlnatlc over them, and Mut.-d (which
I aJan lielievei that the tlber waa aa
tine aa could bw produced anywhere.
"The bint tllw la produced alonK he
coaat In Aktea, Tllbuiionk and other
place near the dump. f"Kgy atmna
iihere of the cnt. The bent ovd
proilmvd In the vnllcya. The valley
tlluT la bJihi very kimhI. but the coast
fiber, when the aeed la auwn thickly,
la tougher and liner. Any land In
Weatern Oroifon, excejit. ierhnpa, the
hlk'h, ferny hill land, will produce flax,
but the bottotn IhiuIs prMluce the best
tlbcr and aeed.
"TJiere la no doubt aluiui the quality
and quantity per acre of Max In Ore
(xin, both as reirunlH fiber and hihnIs.
It can be produced, cheaper thnn any
where elae; lut the dltllculty luia b'en
to net the aiune rare cxerclsinl In (trow-
Inif and prapurlntr the tlbcr for market
that the farmer of Kurox and better
M'ttU'd countries (five It. It la a aort of
akllled liubor from the time you begin
to prepnre the land until the tow Ih
ready to be delivered to the mill. No
one hiui bwn found who would put the
laixir on it requlivd to make It a mer-1-hanta.hlo
prixluct, ami, unlcxa thla can
be done by the farmer In the Held. It
la uifclena to try to do anythliiK with the
Many amuiilng Incidents are related
by old pioneers of the days when Hon
Holllttay was a power In Oriyon, and
especially Jn this nwk of the woods
A local In yetenly'a iper willlnff at
tention to tho errera.tlon of the fa
mous Holliday property at Seaside,
brought out a number of torlcs of
the earlier days w hen the oiien-lmndeil
proprlotor of the Scaede hotel w'fcs
looked upon art the blgxear man on
the coast, and was talked about from
the Atlantlo to the Pacific. An As
torlan reKrtr ran acroem an old gen
tleman ycHterday wlio know Holiday
during .his palmy days, and during the
course of the conversation dropied In
"Yes, sir," he said. "I often think
of the days when Hen Holllikiy held
forth at Sea-Hide and conducted one of
the finest hootelrtes on the coast. He
knew now to please the people who
patronized his place, artd uaually made
It a point to do so, but not always.
He waa tan eccentric cuss, and when an
Idea entered his head. If he took a no
tion 'to carry It out, nothing could turn
Iilni from til purpow. II- would aim
ply luive ik inn way. wh"ther or not
the public plinai.l tor Iiu-oiimmiI-ilii""!.
Oil" time-thla I n alory often
told I'-cii. wlio ran a line of t-mnra
lii'lui-eii I'.jiCiiihI and Han Kraru'lHro,
InvltMl an l-mtirn friend to tdke a
lrii li K-aaii with him. The Ken
tlotiutn wim lMikil for the m-xt Kan
Krunilfi'i Mictunii'. which wn aJrcaly
at her dock Jn J'01-tliind dim fiarlnit
crtiuo. Ttie i;miTn Kcnll-mari hinl
tiit'd. aaylliK that he ivmld not afford
lo iiiIm the wtenmer l:l h aa to aliun
for "KiWii the next day.
"TIikI la alrlKht." wild Holliday, "we
will J-.iim rundown tonlirht and you ran
iimke the Maimer at Astoria. I'll aee
that you don't ml It."
Well, the gentleman avmpanled
HolUilay to H.-aldf. and found hi hoot
a royal eiitirtalner. They remained at
the tieiuih averal day, and tin- vltrlbtr
al liml li miliifc- aiamiiil lent he ahould
iiiIom )il lU'num r, brrrtU hed the nuhjnrt
to old Hen.
"Never mind the Meamer." he an-
itiI. "I b-ft ordi-r at A i1 or I a for
thmn to UHil for you."
"And ao he had. The next daw the
two men took the lag from Keaalde,
and 1ien thi-y arrtved at Astoria they
f.iund tlw teumer. and on board wire
aluut twi hundred pnenti-r. enrused
at lxHtiK delayed for -veral day and
cmM-lil to await the pleasure of the
hlih-ri)llnK proprietor of a Clataop
llim h rewort. Hut ilolllilay ow-ned the
itfcamer. ami what he said went In
"Mollliluy lined lo amploy quite a
number of colored people at Ma fVeajilde
reiunt. prlncllly In the dinlna: room
and kitchen of the hotel. One day
he .k a tuition Into hi head that
the help were upending too much time
on he li li ami he forthwith lui-d
an etlli-t that none of hi hotol em
ploye Mould f near the beach with
out flrat I'na-urina; ln ordi-r from the
manager. The tame afternoon he met
the head waiter atrnlllni; along the
hhiiiIk. enjoying ithe nwaiv breejea, and
llh an Idea of aeeing how faithfully
his decree had teen obeyeil, Jve held
Ihe.liu ky ut anil demanded to see his
The darky didn't have one. and
old Hen waa raging in a second. He
made a atralKht line for the hotel and
fired every colored man on the place,
refuMlng to give them rane-rtation
to Portland, and coiiiifliIiig thein to
walk to Sklpanon; fiv there waa no
railroad tn tlnwe days. He soon had
a new ftmv from 'Astoria and I'ortland.
and Ix-fore the moiuh waa out he had
sent for and reiruikUed 'neurly all of
the old employe. Oh, he was a daisy,
and 110 mletake."
"The captains of his ocean steamers,"
coutlnui-d the old phmeer, " were under
order to run oloHe In shore when tasa
Ing1 along tiun part of tho coiuit where
the hotel la situatcu. nd salute with
a series Vf whistles. On shore a tall
llagwtaf wan mvctiHl and when the
steamer whletN-d tl' flag waa dipped
as u r tum salute. At time Ken's
wine Mowed an frwly aa the water of
the Nnwnnicum, and many a hltrh-roll-Ing
stg arty hue he given during
the summer months. The best people
on the count were atrona of his place,
and they alit 1Ag prices for the priv
ilege of going there. He -was fond of
horstw, and had a tine, race course on
his place Just uorth of the hotel. He
spi-nt a fortune there In Improvements,
but Mince his death bh pluce has gra i
uiUly gxme to ruin, until now but
slight tnw-ee; of Its former tn-auty re
THK STKIKE HECUAitJCD OFF.
Uiulvllle, March . At a meeting of
the Miners' t'nlon tonight It was de
cided by a vine of approximately 900
to ;no to declare the strike off. The
strike was declared June 1, 18, and
has therefore lasted eight months. It
him cont the camp fully Jt.ooo.OiH), be
side th. generouslytaolnhtaolntaolnrdl
sidos the coin to the labor organiza
tions of the country, which have con
tributed generously to the aid of the
striker. The union claimed 2,:00 mem
bers wheu the strike began and the vote
tonight represents a decrease, chiefly
by migration to other enmpa.
Portland, March 9. The board of po
lice commissioners tonight appointed
John Myers chief of police to suoceed
I,, W. Hobertson, resigned. Myers is
well known throughout the state polit
ically. He was marsnal for Oregon
during Cleveland's first administration.
Portland, Or., Maivh . Kx-Senator
IMph's condition Is still very critical
and his recovery Is considered exceed
ingly doubtful by his physicians. For
a time bxlay It was thought he was
renting easier than lottt night, but no
material Improvement could be noticed.
Portland. Or., March 9 Ell M. Wood,
formerly of Salem. Oregon, committed
suicide today at the residence of his
sister. Mrs. W. J. McKinney, by taking
carbolic, acid. Pesjiondenoy over finan
cial trouble and 111 health are assigned
as the motives.
Walt for the "Huaeby," the best
bicycle on earth for the least money.
MO and $50- F. L. Parker, agent.
Kill Kcmain as at I'rcxrnt Durintj the
Special Session of Congress.
NEW MEN IN THE COMMITTEES
CttWnet Offloer Will Oo 551ow With
( 'ha ngi-a Omunlt leea-Nom I na
tlor MOi hell for Judge.
Washington. March . There will
prolrftbly be few vai-ant seats on the
republican side of the Hiamber at noon
tomormw. .There will be none, If the
admonition of the republican advisory
oommittee Is olmerved. t"T notices
were sent by the committee to
day to all republican senator.
asking them to be In their seat
promptly upon convening tomorrow.
The purpose of the notice can only be
surmised by Its recipients. They con
cluded. hrwevcr, that H w-as connected
In some nay with the organisation of
the senate or with possible effort to
be made to seat those who had been
appointed to the senate to fill vacancies
from Oregon. Kentucky and Florida.
The day was generally crowded by
conferences of the leaders of the va
rious parties and when night arrived
it waa pretty generally understood on
all sides that the contest of organisa
tion which had been threatened for sev
eral days should not take place, and
the situation should be maintained as
at present the republicans ahould con
trol the commltteesi ami the democrats
the general offices. Although formal
agreement to this may be postponed,
for a few days, plans were agreed upon
by the republicans of all parties to
day, and It rooks now as If there would
be no obstacles to the consummation
of the agreement. This agreement Is
to bo binding only during the present
session, and the coming extra sesMon
of congress. It being understood that
hostilities will break out again next
December when congress convenes In
Senator Davis has already been
placed at the head of thf foreign re
lations committee. It Is understood
Shoup win suoceed Davis as chairman
of the territories, and Hansbrough will
go to the public lands, and it is proba
ble that Hale will take the naval af
fairs and Chandler privileges and elec
tions. Two vacancies on the finance
committee, occasioned by the retire
ment of Sherman and Voorhees, will be
filled by appointment of a gold repub
can to succeed Sherman and a silver
democrat to take Voorhees' place. The
agreement also provides for a reference
of each of the senatorial appointees to
the committee of privileges and elec
tion, where It is understood they will
not be disturbed until the regular ses
sion in Ueeember. There are senne
members of all the factions who oppose
this program, but the conservatives
generally appear to favor it.
Washington. Marrh .9 All the officers
or me new cabinet have Indicated a
purMse to go very slowly In changes
In the personel cf their departments.
This is not very cheerful news to office-
seekers, and to add to their discom
fort It Is Intimated in some quarters
that there are to be very few changes,
save where an incumbent Insists upon
immediate relief, for some time to
come. The statement is made today
that a prominent assistant secretary of
one of the executive departments had
been asked to remain In his place for
It is expected that tomorrow John
Hay will be nominated ambassador to
Paris, and there may be a few other
nominations. Including General Powell
Clayton, of Arkansas, as minister to
Mexico. One of the most prominent
missions the president will nave to fill
will be that of minister to Sialn. In
view of the Cuban Insurrection this
post demands great exercise of tact
and skill, and the indications are that
McKlnley will go alow In changing our
minister there. The post seems not
to" be In great demand, and tt Is certain
that up to Sunday McKlnlehad no
one In mind for It. MoKlnley settled
on J. H. Brlgham, of Ohio, for assist
ant secretary of agriculture, and the
nomination doubtless will be sent to
the senate within a few days. Brlg
ham Is master of the National Orange,
and Is an old friend of the president.
Washington, March t. Senator Alli
son, chairman of the republican caucus,
narneil the remaining member of th"
republican steering committee today
They are as follows: Allison. Cullom
Ijavla, Kewall and Carter.
The democratic senators were In cau
cim today considering the advisability
of forming a coalition with the silver
republican and populist for control of
the senate. The following steering com
m!ttee wias appointed: Oorman, Cock
re, Harris, WalthaJI, Jon of Arkan
a. Whlt, Murphy. Faulkner. Smith.
Faulkner and Smith take the places
vacated by Hla:kburn and Prtee. The
others are re-inol rrt ed.
There waa some discussion In the cau
cus on the question of eligibility of
the gentlemen appointed to seats In
the senate by governors of Oregon
Kentucky and Florida. The opinion
was generally expressed that the Flor
ida appointee was the only one of the
three who. In the light of precedents,
was entitled to recognttton. Kyle Ium
so far failed to Join the populists In
the conferences. If he continue to re
main away his course will probably
have an Influence against the coal I
Hon of populists, silver republicans and
democrats which has been under con
MITCHELL FOR JUDGE.
Washington. March . The published
account that ex-Senator Mitchell of Or
egon would be a candidate for circuit
Judge of the ninth circuit, to succeed
Judge McKenna. baa brought out other
name. Every state In the circuit has
candidates. Among those .whose claims
are being pushed are Judge Hanford.
B. 8. Grosscup and Justice Moore.
Washington; Judges Hunt and Sanders,
Montana: William B. Heyburn, Idaho.
It Is Intimated that Judge Morrow, of
California, and ex-Senator Allen of
Washington, also will be pressed. The
best Information obtainable is that
soxne man from San Francisco is to be
SCOVILLE TO BE RELEASED.
Washnlgton, March . Conaul Gene
ral Lee today cabled the state depart
ment that Sylvester Scovllle will be
released. This action is the result of
the strong" representations thla govern
ment made in his behalf, on the ground
that he waa in Cuba solely by news
paper capacity and in no sense a com
batant or abettor of the' Insurrection.
SENSATIONAL JOURNALISM. -
Not Be Endured y California's
Senate Editor Arrested.
Sacramento, Cal., March 9. The sen
ate today ordered that A. M. Law
rence, managing editor of the San
Francisco Examiner, be imprisoned un
til he answers certain questions put
to him by the senate committee.
The Examiner recently published a
sensational story to the effect that the
members of the legislature had been
bribed to vote for a bill making pos
sible the transfer of civil suits from
one court to another when affidavit
Is made that the JuJe who Is to hear
the case is prejudiced. Both the senate
and house appointed committees to In
vestigate the charges. Lawrence and
two of the Examiner's reporters re
fused to divulge their source of Infor
mation, that members of the legisla
ture had been bribed, claiming that tne
Information had been given under a
pledge of secrecy. Today Managing
Editor Lawrence was ordered Impris
oned. The charge of contempt against Al.
Murphy, one of the reporters, wtbs with
drawn today. The case of L. Levlngs,
another reporter, is still to be decided.
The L Levlngs referred to In the
above dispatch formerly resided In this
city; In fact, he might be called an
Astorian. When here he lived with
his parents at the corner of Fifteenth
and Exchange streets. His parents
have since removed to California. His
brother. Will, Is working on the San
INDLXNS GET JUSTICE.
Salt Lake, March 9. A epeclal to the
Tribune from Price, Utah, says:
Orders for the troops to remove the
intruders from the I'ncompaghre reser
vation were received at Fort Duchesne
last night. General Wheaton Is anx
ious that there shall be no bloodshed.
Captain M. W. Day, with 20 troops,
left Fort Duchesne at daylight this
morning to carry out the orders. Ther?
are about 300 men still on the reserva
tion, and all who refuse to vacate are
to be taken prisoners and brought to
CROWN OF INDIA.
Cheominuj.. B.C., March 9. (To the
Astorian.) We arrived today. All well.
It was a run of good luck for the Crown
of India. Kindest regards to all of my
friends. I have Improved.
(The Crown of India left Astoria last
Saturday and has made a remarkably
San Francisco, March 9. Hops 9 and
London, March 9. Hops 3 15s.
Liverpool. March 9. Wheat Steady,
demand moderate; No. 2 red spring,
(s 6Vid; No. 1 California. Ss 6Hd.
Portland, March . Wheat Walla
Walla, 81 and 82; Valley. 82 and 83.
e WILLBE OPENED
When the Oregon Short Line hisses
From I'nion Pacific's Control. .
MIDDLE WEST LINES REJOICE
Union Pacific Officials Say That the
Announcement la Premature That
Road Controls Short Line.
Omaha. March . Consternation was
caused this morning by the receipt of
a rumor from Rait Lake City to tha
effect that It was definitely known that
the Ogden gateway to Utah, Idaho,
Montana and Oregon territory, nam
controlled by the Union Pacific, would
be opened to other railroads soon after
the Short Line commenced to traaaawft
business on Its own account The newt
wa most Joyfully received by the Bnr-
llngton, Rock Island and Missouri Pa
General Manager Dickinson, of the
Union Pacific, gaid: "I have no other
information on the matter. Even should
the action be taken later, the aanouncav
ment at at this time, while the Oregon
Short Line is a part of the Union Pa
cific system. Is premature, to say tfe
General Passenger Agent Lomax. of
the Union Pacific, said:
'I doubt if the policy of the road
on that point has yet been considered.'
(The Short Line passes into Inde
pendent operation on the 15th of March.
THE HORRORS OK FIRE.
Several Lives Lost in the Burning of
an Apartment House.
New York, March . Fire broke cut
this afternoon In the five-story apart
ment house at Canton street and Aa
burn Place, Brooklyn-. ? - - - " - - ". -
Mrs. Clara Doddard, who occupied
the top floor, panic stricken with the
sight of the flames, threw her eight
months' old baby out of the window.
Its brains were dashed out on the pave
ment. The mother Jumped out also.
breaking one of her legs and sustain
ing other Injuries. The body of Chas.
Doddard was found on the top floor.
He was smothered by smoke. Dod-
dard's wife was In a precarious condi
tion. Mrs. Duncan, who dropped from
the third floor window in attempting
to escape, is suffering from a fractured
TOO MUCH SILVER.
Chicago. March 9. A. R. Trude to
day withdrew as a candidate for the
democratic mayoralty nomination. The
announcement was made at a formal
meeting of democratic leaders. He bit
terly attacked Governor Altgeld for
forcing the silver issue Into the muni
cipal campaign. His withdrawal, he
stated, was influenced by the fact that
he could not run on the free silver
platform, and should he be nominated.
or anc other free sllvetite. it would
cause a spilt tn the party.
THE OHIO FLOOD.
Cincinnati. March 9. There was real
alarm today about the flood situation.
Rain last night, followed by an out
pouring of the Licking river, caused
apprehension. Tonight the Big Sandy,
Licking and the two Mbamls are pour
ing freshets into the Ohio. Other trib
utaries on the upper Ohio are falling.
'Meager reports from southern and cen
tral Indiana, espeoiajly along White
river, announced a heavy rainfall last
Canea, March 9. The Greek vice
onrful and staff and all Greek newspa
per correspondents. In obedlencd to Ad
miral Canlvaro, embarked here for
Ore.-e this afternoon.
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and healthful new. Ao-urcs te
food against alum and all forma at
adulteration common to the cheaa
brands. ROTAL BAKING POWDEtt
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