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TII15 MOROCCO ASTORIAX, TUESDAY, JUKE 21, VM.
tf Pcrtls:u'i Off, held lb am prtfi!io for Dearly
four rar ia President (J nut's bia4 duriiif Lk
wmttjj tena. Tb are tit ouly cabinet t'Swn thai
Lw tt b-a -huw fcvtn the Pacific pwaat, xJ
only two uuwtt bare bewa rlid fnta state. tt
vf the Mkwuri river, Heary M. Trller of Colorado,
who was semlary f the icterkr during President
Arthur adruiiaKtaik'n. and J. Sterling: Morton of
Nebraska, who was sM-rttsTT agriculture daring
Pmalt Clev-t-kada awoad term. PitsJt Hoox
velt k xtwJinjriy jiopuiar ki lb we, and the se
lection of eabiuet t2kT Into tie Patifie coast
would be a just rwjniilkia of this see&n.
THE RATIFICATION MEETING-
Coctuiwaeic today there will be t jolly good
tifftfwCliica?o! Several fcucdred
men will at there. They w21 be tailed to order,
and they via be told that they fire there to pick ut
a taaa to run for tbe o5k of president of tbk
country of ours. Then one man -will st&ad to las
feet aad make a fm-h. He will launch before tW
assembled the name of Theodore Boosevelt. Tk
ber men will cheer as though the nam were a good
ae and they never happened to thick of it before.
Another uusa will also suggest the name of Roosevelt
Very serwusJj they will ballot and Kooserelt wl be
selected to tarry tbe banner of tbe republican party.
A eoiuiaittee will be seeded to tell Mr. Roosevelt of
the honor conferred upon hhs. He will draw tira-tw-If
cp aad remark: "This is m suddea," Tbea be
will make a spli au l go in tbe 1;te House aud
sit Ijefore tiie fire awl wocder bw tbcwe mea away
bak tLfre ia Chit&go bapjaed to think of Ha 1 le
will baa? his trotww that Eight on the pe? wade
iffiuwrtai by the pactalooii of C'ract and Liaeb
mid 3f-Kinlev. Ilk protls asaiast ra wkl'le wSil
ywjp thrm"h tht "Wfeite Hue groud aad
iTiftiirjilw! with the vir.v. aad he Mill eo out and.
wt-li thfl iid tlu be will retura the bo a-d Everj-,- v 21 arret: -lb Ir. f.u.v tktt 4wti
.... t -i:-r. Mrs l-vH i maV-fyliO'j'd le ii':f.n.Tel a'x-'rdiri' Vt nw&r&keik. Tb-
the wm'i supply of aaer kra.ut aad tell ber that j Jral 'Iwir oa tbe pert .l :ny w.r v,
he Jikea the pkw aad thbk Le will lse it fer aa-rih-Csl baprera bvui l V war
,tW f.'.'-r vi-ars. And if re. livvelt will t.ut UjJb aad I"-y .r.rtJ ret bTt
fwr o'd blai'k Kilk acd so dwu town and buv a n-vr tbi tadeaey. Apart fr-xa tbk featwr f Ibe
Et'SSU SCOBES AGAIN.
Tbe Eunsiaa YUdkxUk fieet ba Kred afaia,
iatevrmg at least two more Japaie traasjvorU.
It k tbe u3r portkj of tbe Euwaaa nary "bii La
bea baodkd witb akill aad latemrem sioee tbe
oc.bretk of tbe war, aod it ba been cnder tbe aerer-
erf powtUe laadieap.
Tber k uM. a reiel in tbe fleet bicb u ft to
take it plaoe is tbe !iae of battle. All are anaored
enunera, vbkb eoold mt reakt tbe impact cf shell
froia tb broadside rajas of aay battiei.jp ia tbe
Japanese aiery. Eat, ao far, tbe ladirisU4c fiaet ba
a. bea fvroed to eawaater auy beary Cgbliag
Tbe skhS tierioas disadraatape aader whki it ba
beea i that it baa bat ae possible lase. Oae oat of
ladirorik4, ia a daA at tbe Jiae traasport
ftrrkie there k m refuge for tbe Swt, re to retara
to the fckaj plae. Tbere i othrr jHrt oja to
it at wbk-b it wall eure eoal or rapplie. If ia-.
tempted, after kaTiag pirt. it least fbrht to the
datk Vtt, with tbee disadvaatajr'1. tbe from
Mai:rust'.4 has aaatde thm- dab- d. a irto Jaj
aatsse waters, wrb time baa duae wmaklmble iajary
to tbe Japanese traavport n-ieet tad has evj-l
witboat a battle with a Japaxee feet of aay furt.
It is H!v!r a caestiua of tiaie nbea it will iat di-
aUT, bat fiertaialr tbk ptrtk-ulsr Eadaa Siet has
be-n baudlfed with alill aad dai, ia arikiaf -e.clraet
with tbe oijeratioas of the Port Arthur fwt. iafs3t-ly
jaore f-raiidsWe both ia ofeaMte aikd defeitdve
slat tbe o
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M-tsiw it fwernor. took
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An iM to in OJurkdo?
Jkui Ot3ora& to la ti fc!'.4 Stfel'
vrtka to tb i.t.a f fw; j
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rUWt Bunding JjOcria, Orrtfoa.
Dr. T. L, BALL
lr. F. L Fritdricb,
Dr. W. C. LOGAN:
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CUSTOMS HOUSE BROKER.
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Offlt tour: II to IS am t ta 4:tt
I7T OoHttmrdtJ 9trt. tod Hear.
Dr. IUIODA C. 1IICKS
IUbmU BUtf. f?t CtnBtiwrctoi it
IHCI SUCK KK,
C. W. BARIL DENTIST
ST ComMrriit Itrnt, Ariork, Or
TELKPBOSE BED ?CKL v
rw(U." Dr. Woo4 Korvty Flo
Srn ! a4 wna to a
The TROY Laundry
Is tb oal Wbite Labor Laandry ia th City. Po tha Rest
of Work at rerj msoaalle I'ricta, an J U in erery way wortJjy
of your patrotia-t. Cor. lOUi acd DUANE STS. Iliom
btuuet oa the xtrenjrth of it, and Aii'-e will i.'iJt a.ew
islk apron and the glorious tW,a';r?j-y of our
country will be preserved!
And in a few more days another crown of nei3
will we in -St, Louie They will alw mention came,
hut the naaies are nrt known at prevent. They will
,a!w appint a wixiniitte and wmw other man will
remark that it i sudden, Knd be w ill mean it. And
then the man will a!v think of leasing that old farm
tKseupiftd by bVsevelt and he way raise li ante
axid then there will be the deue to pay and there
will be plenty of good, Arom men t jsy it. This is
the way the situation looks t the rural voter the
real strength of the country. There will be a ratk
eatkn inetinj? in Chicago and there will le a gvxl,
bard aerap in fit. Louk, and the ruralite will hjk on
and arnile and in NVewfr will vkit the voting
bvjtb and do hk darnt but in which direction
no man knows.
i FILLING THE PORTFOLIOS.
Tbe appointment of Attorney General Knox a
United filati henator to aucceed the late llatthern
Stanley Quay of Pennsylvania, and the retirement
of Secretary Cortelyou of the new department of
commerce and Mm, in order to accept the chairman
ship of the national republican committee, will create
two vacancies in the cabinet of President Roosevelt.
The only remaining members of President MeKin
Icy'a cabinft at the time of bis death in 1901 are
Secretary of fitate Hay, Secretary of the Interior
Hitobco:k and .Secrrtary of Agriculture Wilaon, fy?c
reizr'm fihaw, Taft and ibly and Postinaater Gen
eral Payne are appointees of President Roosevelt.
It w ri'ixjrifA that the attorney generalship will be
filled by Secretary Moody, which will leave a va
cancy in the navy portfolio. Tbe name of Con
gressman Victor IL Metealf is connected with the
annointment of a successor to Secretary Cortelyou.
Mr. Metealf has represented the Third district of
California in the house of representative since
March 4, 19. He resides at Oakland, and is a law
yer by profession. He k a native of New York state,
born at L'tica in 18-j3, being now 50 years of age. He
attended Yale college for two years and graduate
from the Yale law school in 1870". He removed to
California about 25 years ago. Mr. Metealf is on the
ways and means committee of the house and is the
most influential member of the California delegation
next to Senator Perkins. He is a close personal friend
of Secretary Moody, J here is little doubt that Mr.
Metealf baa been offered a place in the cabinet.
The only Californian who ever held a place in the
cabinet was Joseph McKenna, now an associate just
ice of the auprettie court, who was attorney general
for a few month at the beginning of President Me
Kinley'a administration. Mayor George IL Williams
Speaking generally, -r- Fairbanks k of opinion
that a atatesmaa from Indiana who i!l be pru
dential uhm in 1993 would probably djvarage a
vice presidential lyia this year if approached on
Of course the bride was mobbed and tbe polk
had to be called apon, but tbe omksion of one thing
at the latest Goelct wedding shows lack of re Let ml
NoWly trkyl to crawl into the church through a
atka, i.fde are etrtitM W Lat they pay fy.
Sme p-op! are fading fait with tbe presi
dent 'a Cobka Jetter anuria? our neisi,xri a tb
south that they will be treated well m htfjg a tbey
behave welb Rut would it Lave been politic V s-
sure them that thev are such d'-ar j-t that tbey v:!'.
be treatei well m matter bow they ULave?
iith has Wa ertnrpd tai aw!""' "" ' '.
tbreak of tie war. j AvJ,
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LotA-i'J- ar Mr.
M'.Kf.fiWtl. O. W. Mr.
Otto. B. W. Eq
Oaefi, Mv!a Mrm.
Fidnier. H. 3U
pwj, J. C.
Parke. Jvl Mr.
Park. KUa Mn.
Forue, . A- Mr.
FW. Lwito Jf-T.
jur. IL B. Mr. (t
Rich, G. O.
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J5vrfjan, llaito J.
Etrafj, E. I Mr.
Vwi Nyl, J.
Walaoji, J. W. Mr.
Western Teaat .
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Wo4, 1. M- Mr.
T'un, Ao MJ
Fort n Latter.
Vox, YrA 7.
Laravn, Jvhn Mr.
Ekbard Mr. (2)
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fit lUC!brtoJ SIIKLDT LAMP.
428 BOND STREET
Editor RA de approve of tbe women hav
ing iockets in their stocking. He k probably afraid
the women will fall into tbe mail habit of standing
around on tbe corners with tbear bands m tbe;r
Tbe real a1 vantage of tbe proposed nomination
of E. M- Shepard for president k that tbe conven
tion need adopt no other platform than: ''Resolved,
That tbere are two skies to every question.'
Commissioner MeAdoo carefully avoids the
simple expedient of going out and aaking the finst
man he meets where he can get a couple of dollars
down on a good thing.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
H..)!j!t kui Retail
Kliis, Logging Caais and Mills supplied on fliort notice.
2 LIVE STOCK ROHiHT AND SOLD
5 WASHINGTON MARKET - CHRISTENSON Q. CO.
The dairymen want to 'ke?p their rnilk iMtle
from being stolen, and they have formed an associa
tion to prevent it. Jus-t at the beginning of the pre
serving season, too.
Hundred dollar bills of a counterfeit nature are
in circulation on the coast. Persons with bills of this
denomination should be carefully scrutinized
Never a democratic convention but some Jemoerat
gets turned down, thrown out or sternly repudiated.
The man who wants the Illinois delegate to St,
Louk will evidently have to speak tip.
High Ball won the American derby,
were those Illinois probibitionktsf
f km Wt Mr CiHiMa tor !'. vltfc
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