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1SI The ASTORIAN has the lat est LOCAL circulation, the larg est GENERAL circulation and largest TOTAL circulation of all papers published In Astoria. TODAY'S WEATHER. t) J Pnr WtMn OTnhlnrtnn -A far weather followed by rain vr In northern portions. For Eastern Washington and Oregon, fair weather, varmer. TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. ASTORIA. OREGON, FRIDAY MOKNING, MARCH 15, 1895. VOL. XMV, NO. 60. MwTjyi - ... ----- A. V. ALL-EN, Groceries, fclour, Feed.lProvisions, Fruits, . r . i i i " I t vegeiauies, vro-Kery, uiaaau Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cnr. CaJJ aud Squamoque Streets. AMoria. Ore FREEMAN & HOLMES. Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CAfllP mOHK A SPECIALTY 197 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth Astoria. Or. C.J.TRENCHARD, Agent Wells, Fargo & Co. and Pacific Express Co. " HOfllE and PHOENIX INSURANCE CO'S. Custom House Broker and Commission Merchant. 50a Bond Street. HAVE YOU A WIFE? Have you any little ones? If so, buy a lot on the Seashore, and build them a summer home. Ther Is no more beautiful place than Silver Point Cliffs. E. 55. Ferguson, agent. Astoria Ab stract Company. Snap A Kodak at any man coming out of our store and you'll get a portrait of a man brimming over with pleasant thoughts. Such quality In the liquors we have to oiler are enough to PLEASE ANY MAN. Conoe and Try Them. HUGHES fit CO. IS THERE? Is 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 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 fail to pleas the closest buyers. HEILBORN & son. ASTORIA. IRON WORKS Concomly St. , loot of Jackson. Astoria. General Machinists and Boiler Makers Land and Marine Engines. Boiler wofk, Steam boat and Cannery Work a Specialty. Castings of All Descriptions 'Made to Order on Short Notice. John Fox. President and Superintendent X, L, Fox Vice President O. B. Prael ..Secretar Hunter Epicures iay the best Pork Sausage combines & the flavor ot ot lean pig Hergen's.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' Alarke Corner Second and Benton streets. Corner Third and West Eighth street We Ought to Know Something about pianos.'for we have bought and sold them for a life time. he knowledge thus gained has proved to us that the Chlckering, the Hard mnn and the Fischer are the best pl- luios now before the public. They show perfection In every detail. WILtEY B. AhLtEf4 CO. They Lack I -ife are twines sold to fishermen on the Columbia river that stand in nho name relationship to Marshall Twine as a wooden image does to the human being they lack strength-life .v.nness and lasting qualities. Don t t vnurself into the belief that other twines besides Marshall's will do "Just aa well." They won't. They cannot. Violin Lessons given by Mr. Emll Thlelhorn, ,.t nf the Hamburg Conservatory, normanv: also a member of the Chicago Musical Society. Studio, corner of 12th and Commercla streetsup stairs. v!? This is the month in which 3 .? to have your Roses, Urnamen tal and Fruit trees trimmed '"H-t Pr all enrh work oil at GRUNLUNUfii dKIa. Cor. 8th It Eqchange Street Opp. Flavel Residence. ilayhap ., I. nn ronaJrlnr vour house lour mi . - this spring; possibly on building a new m. if so, remember we are carpen ters' and builders with a shop full Of tools always willing to do such Jobs mnA want your ww . ana warn j VOSXET Shop on Ilwaco Dock. HOW CAN HE But I do sell Men's and Boys' Negligee overshirts at 25c. " " " " with yoke 60, 75, 1. Boys' (4 to 14 yrs.) Knee pant suits 75, SI, 1.50, 2. all wool 82 50. (7 to 14 yrs.) Double seat and knee pant suits $4 (14 to lOvrs.) LoDit paut all wool sails 15. Men's ell wool suits 45. $7 and npwsrdg. " Luce or Uutter Sunn calr shoe 81.50 " ' " " Whitman calf shoe 82. .. . . .i Devon Light CRlt Bhoe 2.50. " Fur felt hats $1, 1.52. 1.50 and upwards, " " " fedora liato 81.50, 2 and upwards. " " " stiff hats $1.50. 2 snd upwards. Quilts (full size) 81, 1.25, 1.50 and 2 Blankets (10-4 size) 81.53, 2, 2.50,3, 3.50, 4. Full lines of Men's and ishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots. Shoes. Trunks, Valises, etc, from 16 to 33$ per cent less than elsewhere. See show windows and I. L. OSGOOD, The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher. 506 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OR. The Packera of Choice Columbia River Salmon Their Brands Astoria Pk'g Co Kinney's John A. Devlin. Istoria Pk g Cu.....'. ArioiIh Asluritt AptorlH Aatnnu Hrooltdeld Amorla..... j lllack 1 Oval tooth A. Pk'gCo Oockwil lolUinblalllveiPkKCo I Magnolia 1 Wniwtitar Klinore -'anniol 1,0 Meglnr&Co fliherten'i Pk o... tag, St. " K1HBALL" PIANOS and ORGANS. WHOLESALE and RETAIL. EXCLUSIVE - TERRITORY ALLOTTED. Correspondence -:- W. W. Factory a6 & Rockwell St Chicago, III. Chicago, 111. Pacific Coast Office and Wareroom, 335 Morrison, cor 7th St. Portland, Oregon. L. V. MOORE, manager. Th e CASINO. 7th & Entire Change of Program, Monday Evening, March nth. Performance commences with Billy Morris' great comedy act A Pawnbroker's Troubles. Everyliodv.s Favorite CAD WILSON '.Toch a Nice Girl, Too." Continued Success of the Wonderful Prof. LEVINA In Kew and Starting I'benomena. Still in the Swim miss may devillioa, In New Songi snd Dances. Boys' Clothing, Furn be convinced. A FULL, LINE of Baby Garages at GRIFFIN & REED'S and Locations. M.J Klnuey. . Astoria Diamond. A. Booth & Hnns .. Cutting PkgCo.... Chicago "an Kiauil Elmorn, Sanborn Astoria. a uo J.O. Meglvr Fishermen'! Pkg Co .. .. .. Gorge... BionklWrt Wli Aalorla Fishermen's tjcKi'dliitivlan KIshHrmmtV Wholeaalu Prices Quoted r -To- RESPONSIBLE DEALERS AND flERCHANTS. Solicited. : Catalogues Mailed Free on Application. KIMBALL CO. Manufacturers. Main Office and wareroom. 343-353 Wabash Ave., BOND STREETS. - First AppearsDce of JU ANITA and JfflNNETTEE In their Wondrous Serpentine DaDce. Second week and continued success of the talented artists Morris & Floyd. First appearance of the Accomplished Song and Dance Artist . Miss Belle Brown. Second week and positive bit of Miaa Olive Oatman Concluding with Billy Morris" farce "TIT FOR TAT." The Olympia Lawmakers Wind , N Up Their Labors. 1; , MANY BILLS CLEANED UP The Colombia River Salmon Fishing- Law Passrd-Other Important Telegraph Newi. Associated Press. Olyrnpla, March 14. The senate rush ed the ihllls ahrough today, the last dae of the session, with few amendment! and few opposing votes. The Populists voted agulnat nearly every bill. The house passed Hutchinson's senate bill for a series of state text books to be furnished the children at actual cost of printing;. Olne (Populist) claimed the American Book Company agent! were here 4th $20,000 to defeat the bill. The senate considered only house,, and the house only senate bills. The senate passed these house bills: Giving- to all persons In the state with out regard to color, full and equal en joyment of all rights and public ac commodations. Permitting1 cities, counties and Bchooi districts to borrow money on the tax levy for the current year by Issuing notes or warrants specifying they shall be paid out, of the proceeds of th tax levy. ' Confirming the title to all real es tate acquired by aliens prior to the adoption of the constitution. Restricting- the hours of labor for mobormen, fcripmen, and conductors to ten hours dally. To 'prevent fusion, at elections and permitting the candidates' name to ap pear on one ticket only. Repulrlng all mines to furnish 100 cubic feet bf air per minute for each man employed. Appropriating $1,500 for .expsrlment in sugar tmtt culture. Creating the office of state grain In spector and weigher. The house reconsidered and passed Megler's bill appropriating $38,003 for deficiencies In1 state institutions, and also passed the senate hill requiring street car companies to equip cars with weather guards at both ends. The senate passed these additional housebills: By Irving, making It unlawful to tr.ke salmon In the Columbia river or trlbutarleo 'between March 1st and April 10th, or ibetwetn August 10th and September 10th. It also abolishes the Sunday night law. " By Moore, for the appointment for each transcontinental railroad of one weigher to weigh all shingles and lum ber shipped ibeyond the state Mmits. MjoBRIDE-GAGE WEDDING. Brother of the Circuit Judge and Senator-Elect MoBrlde Married Yes terday. Chicago, March 14. In Waukeegan this afternoon, Hon. John R. MoBrlde of Spokane, Washington, brother of Senator-elect IMdBride, of Oregon, and Mrs. Ellen Curtis Gage, of Salt Lake City, were married at the home of the latter's brother today. Judge Mc Brlde Is In his 62d year and his wife Is only a few years his Junior. Mrs. McBride is (he widow of George Merrill Gage, formerly of this city, and has attained prominence In Salt Lake pro fessionally as well as socially. Judge MoBrlde at the age of 28 was a mem ber of the constitutional convention ol Oregon, and was soon afterward elect ed to the first senate of that state, and In 1865 was appointed chief justice ol Idaho. A NUDB MODEL. The Young Ladles of Drexel Blushed and Didn't Like It. Philadelphia, (March 14. iPfof. Eagins lecture on artistic anatomy has caused something of a eftlr by exhibiting a nude male model before a mixed class composed of young men and women students. A formal complaint was made to the officers of the institution, Prof. Eakin said: "There are always some ladles In a class like this who are a little squeamish or over modest, but It Is not always the young: and pretty anee. I can assure you I only followed out my usual methods. Per sons in such a class must expect a model In the nude. It is necessary to have them so." IMMIGRATION DECREASING. Washington, March 14. The report of the bureau of statistics shows tht number of Immigrants arriving In the country during February 1895, was 9,608 against 9,602 during February, 1894. For the last months the total is 136,12$ as against 199,129 during the same pe riod last year. GUARDED BY TROOPS. New Orleans, -March 14. The stormy scenes along the river front of New Orleans have ben succeeded -by calm and amea.hlneT mpproachmg the normal condition of affairs to restored. Work was resumed on the wharves today, at least partially, but It was only the col ored Bcrenvmen who took ,up their tools and then only under the protection of an armed guard. When there was no troops there was no work. Fifteen hundred militiamen were marched out to guard, the colored men. The troops will be on hand again tomorrow morn ing. " V ' .J ' TRYING TO SAVE WORDEN. Stun, Francisco, March 14. The attor ney tor the A. R. U. strikers stated In the United' States court today that a man named Cj'Brlen had confessed that he was .paid $400 Ito wreck a train neat Sacramento last July In which fout soldiers were killed, and for which wreck Worden to under sentence ot death. . . Judge Morrow ruled that on the authority of the celebrated Lizzie Bor den case, that such a confession could not be admitted. . . . WOMAN'S RIGHTS. Mount . Vernor, 111., Marcll 14. the supreme court held today that a wom an has the same right aa a man to make contracts, and that It Is an In fringement upon her rights guaranteed by the constitution to say that she can not work as many hours a day as she may toe inclined to. The case was brought to teBt the oonotUutlonallty of the act prohibiting the employment of women In a factory of sweatshop more than eight hours a day. HOW THEY LOOK AT IT IN ROME. Rome, March 14. The Tribune, the most widely circulated of the newspa pers of Rome, says that to Italy's re monstrance against the killing of Ital ians in Colorado, the Unfted Statee government puts out the plea of tlu Indepenldtence of the states comprising the union, and advises Italy to await the action of the Colorado judiciary. The paper adds It Is the duty of the federal government to prevent separate states frcm becoming asylums '.or assassins. CONVICTED AGAIN. San Francisco, March 14. John Smith the footpad who cursed and reviled Judge Wallace for sentencing him to 20 years In prison for highway rotolbery was today convicted on a : second charge.: . Smith and Wilson held tip a street car. Wilson, who has served tn the Walla Walla penitentiary, received 40 years In the penitentiary. ' SEARCHED FOR ARMS. 'Savannah, Ga., March 14. Under In structions from the Costa Rlcan gov ernment the British steamship Elliott, which cleared for a Oosta Rlcan port has been searched for arms and ammu nition, being suspected of liavlng been engaged by Cubans for that service, although cleared for Costa Rica. THE PEIR1RINES IN CALIFORNIA. Stockton; Cel., March 14. Henry E Perrine and wife, . the stepfather and mother respectively of Mrs. Grovea Cleveland, arrived hi Stockton this af ternoon, Mr. Perrine iwlehtng to visit his old friend, H. O. Matthews, with whim he was engaged In business In Stockton In the 50's. SIAN FRANCISCO RACiiiS. 8an Francisco, March 14. 'Five an one half furlong Contribution. 1:07 1-f Half mile, 2-year-olds Ferris Hart man, 0:49 3-4. Seven furlongs (Captain Reea, 1:27 One mile Whltestone, 1:40 8-4. Five furlongs Kathleen, 1:02 1-1 . WILL GO TO THE PEOPLE. Sacramento, March 14. The state senate today adopted! a constitutional amendment giving women a right to vote. The amendment has already been adopted by the assembly and Till now be wuUmttted to the voters of the elate. IN THE LAND OF FLOWERS. VacavlMe, Cal., March 14. The dam age to the fruit crop In this vicinity by last night's heavy frost It Is be lieved will be $200,000. The apricot 'Top, early cherries and almonds have been almost totally destroyed. RHODE ISLAND NOMINATIONS. Provlfcie-nce, R. I., March 14. The Re. mibllca.ns today nnn1nated Hon Chaa Warren Llppitt fr governor. Other state officers were all nominated. The Democrats nominated "Geo. T Llttlefleld for governor. GOT TWO YEIARS. Spokane, March 14. W. O. V. Ren wick, late deputy In the auditor's office, pleaded irullty to embezzlement' today and was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary. FISH BY THE TONS FREEZE. Fort Worth, Texas. March I4.II Is estimated that 35,000 of tons of fish were killed In the shallow bays on thf Texas coast by the February freeze, A PROMINENT MAN BAD. - New York, March 14. Chief Engineer Sewell, U. 8. N-, retured, is dead. Be- well was 71 years of age and had an excellent war record. . t -( CAPTAIN 8HEPAJRTJ DEAD. Washington, March 14. Captain I. G Rhepard, chief of th revenue service, of the treasury department, died today from pneumonia. Oregon Farm Products Being Shipped East. DON'T LIKE THE NEGRO, The Georgia Woman's Press Clnb Withdraws From the National Organization. Aesoolalted Press. Portland, March 14. There Is a heavy movement in potatoes from Portland to Missouri river points, an average of ten or twelve carloads being sent dally. These shipments are made pos sible by the low price' ruling here as a result of over Bupply In the country. There to & good demand for Oregon potatoes In the East, and the move ment will continue unless local prices advance. The experiment of shipping eggs east, w'hlch was tried a couple of weeks ago, proves to be a goo thing for Portland. Two more car loads of eggs will foe sent east In a day or two. The local quotation today was 8 cents, but as receipts are growing lighter and the market will Boon be relieved of the over Bupply, an advance may be looked for soon. , . - OA1PT.' ROMAN'S OUG-OUT. He Repeatedly Capsized and Nearly Drowned. San" , Francisco, March 14. G-uetaf Broman, who built the little boat at Marchfleld, Oregon, and advertised tc perform the' (wonderful feat of going to sea In It, arrived here this afternoon. But he did not come In his dugout. Ht was a passenger on the Areata and his to craft iwas towed into port be hind the eteamer. Broman attempter? to sail his boat but was repeatedly unset, and to prevent his drowning, the captain of the Areata took hlni or board. ' , ' ' A HEAVY JUDGMENT.'' ' The Walter A. Wood Company Con fessed Judgment for $28,253. Chlcas-o. Marc'i 14. The Walter A Wood Harvester -Company confessed Judgment in the superior court today for $26,253' In favor of the National Bank of the Republic. An execution was issued and deputy sheriffs levied on the stock. The company Is one of the largest concerns In the country engaged In the manufacture of Har vesting machinery. DON'T LIKE THE NIGGER. Atlanta, Oa., March 14. The Georgia Woman's Press Cltifo will withdraw its membership from the General Fed eration of Women's Clubs for the reai son that the federation has Just ad mitted to membership three press clubs made up of negro women from Indiana and Illinois. This was decided by the governing board of the club yesterday. Miss Break, president of the Georgia Club, opened up a correspondence with the officers of the Federation. She main- talned that the members of the Geor gla Women's Press Cluto were not ready yet to belong to a olub that admitted negroes as their social equals The Northern women maintained that it was not admitting them as socla' equals but as fellow workers. A rplr- lted correspondence was followed up between the two factions, the Southern women claiming that iwhlle they were glad to see the negroes advancing, they could not afford to associate with them and admit them as equals in the same clubs. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. San Franci-aco, March 14. Arrived Arawa, from Sydney and Honolulu; harkentlne J. M. Griffith, Port Had look; schooner Peerless; Areata, fronr Coos Bay, ship Occidental, from Aa coma. Cleared 'Dora, for Port Townsend; schooner 6eventy-6!x, for Kodlak. Departed City of Peking, for Hong Kong and Yokohama; Truckee, for Portland and Astoria; Orca, whaling; schooner George S. ' Schofleld, Prince Williams' Sound; bark Germanla, Se attle; Freights and charters American ship Louis Walsh, now at Departure Bay, coal to San Pedro. GREAT POWERS MOVES SLOWLY. Washington, March 14. The depart ment of state is moving with dellbera-' tkm m making up Its case against the Spanish government based on the fir ing by a Spanish cruiser at the Amer- Highest Of all la Leavening Power Latest U.S. Gov't Report vkU lean steamship Alllanca, holding that In matters of such moment It Is ab solutely essential that our government should be In possession of the exact facts so aa to avoid the humiliation of retraction through making a demand that could not be sustained by the evidence. AFTERNOON DISPATCHES. Entire Day Report Sent by the Asso ciated Press. Walsenburg, March 14. No arre3ls .have 'been made an consequence of the lynching" of the murderers of A. J. Hlxon. The bodies of the two missing Italians have not been found. Opinion is divided as to whether they escaped or were killed. The citizens generally censure the shooting of the prisoners and particularly the wounded man who gave himself up. It Is not known whether any of the Italians who were lynched were American citizens. Hamilton, Ohio, March 14. Ex-Gover-nor Oamptoell. after placing a glass of water to his lips at dinner last evening, arose staggering and foaming at the mouth. He managed to eay, "My throat is iburnlng." An investigation showed that a servant had placed a bottle of ammonia in the ice chest in such a way that when the lid was clos ed Its contents ware spilled into tht drinking water. A physician admin istered antidotes quickly, but Campt bell Is suffering severely. Cannes, March 14. The Allsa, Brltan nla and Corsair started this morning In a race for the Ogden, Goelet and James Bennett sup for yachts over 20 rating. The Allsa won by about ten minutes. Marshall, iMo., March 14. The Cor der bonk, twenty miles west of here, was wrecked toy burglars last night. The vault was entirely destroyed by dynamite. The burglars became scar ed at the explosion and fled empty handed. A posse is In pursuit. Tanglers, March 14. tA moorish steamer has gone in search of the missing' SpanlHh cruiser Relna Regente In hopes she has taken refuge In soma Moorish port having no telegraphic communication with this city, as time passes and no news Is received the be lief that the warship has foundered with all on board, grows stronger. Honolulu, March 7. Per steamship Arawa via Can Francisco March 14. The great excitement over the recent rebellion here Is gradually quieting down. The Hawaiian government it now directing Its principal attention toward the abettors of the Insurrec tionists who are now on American soil W. A. Kinney; who acted as Judge ad. vocate of the military commission Which tried the rebels. Is among the passengers who will leave on the Ara wa for San Francisco today.. He car. ;rles with ihlm the testimony and afil davits in, the schooner Walberg case. The Waliberg is the vessel that landed arms for the' rebels and which Is now detained at San' Diego. Among the passengwra which arrived from Honolulu on the steamer Arawa are C. W.' Ashford, C. P. Carmarlnos, Henry A. Juen, Henry E. Von Worthen and Capt. WlUlan Davis, all of whom are now exiles from the the republic. Captain Davis was commander of th steamer Walmanola and was accused of taking arms Into (Honolulu for th rebels. ... New Orleans, March H.JAt 7 o'clock this morning 60 negro screwmen and 'longshoremen reported for work at the Harrison line wharf. The levee swarm ed with policemen.' , Notwithstanding the soldiery ha not put In appearance the stevedores agreed to begin work under police protection, but Captalr Woods, of the Engineer, the steamer attacked to y armed mobs last Tuesday, would not let the men work until th troops arrived. At 11 o'clock the Third and Fifth bat talions (25 men) under command of Major Viola and Major Bouchereao, marched to the head of Josephln street, where the work of loading the West India line of ships began at noon There was no demonstration. By noor all the military companies In the city were on the march to the river front Each man carried a rifle, and around his waist was a belt containing 2C rounds of cartridges. When the troopr reached the Wharves they were placed along the levee for a distance of sev eral squares. All the colored screwmei are expected to toe at work by 1 o'clock. Laramie, Wyo., March 14. One of the most disastrous fires in the history of this city broke out at midnight. Th Immense building of the Trahlng Com mercial Company with the large stock or gooas was completely destroyed The loss Is probably $150,000. There Ii about $60,000 Insurance. J. S. and A M. Watklns' store, adjoining the Trac ing building, was cruched like an egr shell by the- falling walls, and the stock was 'burled beneath tb ruins Four men are Injured, James Foster la dead, George Oordiiier, a university student who was buried with another under the falling walls, cannot live. The Meyer's dry goods company occu pied one of the destroyed buildings. It's large stock was entirely destroyed. Washlntrton, March 14. A cable re port that the Japanese squadron of IS warships deecended upon Formosa, is believed at the Japanese legation here to Indicate the opening of the spring campaign In a warmer southern lati tude. CIRCUIT COURT. Seaside Lodge A. O. U. W. et. al vs. the Grand lodge of Oregon A. O. V. W. et. al., motion to etrike out part of complaint argued and submitted." In the ma tit or of the petition of Alex ander Como and wife, allowed to amend petition and set for hearing this afternoon. Jos. F. Kindred et. al. vs E. L. Dwy. er et. at., motion to strike out argued and submitted. Astoria Savings Bank vs. W. H. Rwtth et. al., decree for plaintiff as prayed for. Clatsop Mill Co. vs. George Hill, C0n flrmation Of sale allowed. a. Elmore vs. D. M. Stuart et, T, judgment for plaintiff. n 1 n , 1 ! i h ! t ' "