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THE MORNING! ASTORIAN, ASTORIA. OREGON.
FRIDAY, JUNE it, 190.
Publiahed Daily Except Monday by
Tli. J. S. BELLINGER w,OMPAHY.
By mail. per year.,..
By carrier, par month
t vail, per year, la ad anc.. fi.OO
Fnlerrt a seeond-cUiss matter Jnty
B. IM. We jkUIB at Aslorta. Ore
gon, uudw tha ev o( Congress ot Mareu .
tirOntai for the dellwraa of Ts Moan
im trroaux to nUi" rwdooo. or f
buuMM nay b mad by pwtl cni or
tKmnifh tote Any irmrilrtty to i-
Uwry should bo tmamastety reported to UM
3ffloa of publication.
TELEPBONE MAUI Mi.
Official paper of CUOaop county and
tha Civy of Astoria.
NEW WATER SUPPLY
ww, anyway. The development of the
wine industry wtr there muH I due"
lo the insight and energy of "
ropean; smec U ne wisuoni tu i
ha lever evolved such an enterprise
tfiiv Them are lnuw tmets of wun-
try in the en.Pir. that n Mayor McCiellan Breaks Ground
i4t.mi;it m likti.i Miiii climate tor tm?i '
culture of the gipe and its highest ex-J For NOW Project.
pression in wine, out in grape BU"
mt an indigenous product, and if
it is there at all it is a an exotlo and
. i . i i ...
baa never leen niiuwu eomineiviniiy .,,.,
any extent that would justify the belief THE PEEKSKILL ACQUEDUCT
ttntr hi run make it iws. 0 Frtmw had
better look to her laurels.
HERE'S TO THE ROSE SHOW I
There is something very delightful in
the scheme wherein a whole city full
of ywople eoahee to create a rose fet
(he idea itself is distinctively refilled
and alluring, and the eulture and
tate inseparable from providing, in
dividual!)'.' for such n event, speays vol
0 nine for the community that makes
the pleasant venture. Beauty is the
dominant not of such an affair and it
variations'' are but the ampler espres
sion of the eulture inspiring the show.
Portland will be famous for her rose
and her people will lose nothing of the
happy estimate, attaching abroad. a
well as at home, for being in such shape
a; to- make the indulgence a real an-
- - - A community that can make overtures
aai4 UCB " far mm be'1111" it than
most people stop to miuK 01. ine love
Western Oregon Fair in the
south, and showers in the north
of flower and their consent cultiva
tion have always been classed among the
refinements of life, and when this dell
cat and delightful task U mule munici
laltv unanimous the manifestation
neks for the subtlety and grace and
sentiment of the whole people and the
compliment of the hour is widely and
All Oregon, including Astoria, wishes
the metropolis abounding success So the
splendid exhibit now afoot.
THE PEREMPTORY WAY.
There have been three examples of
personal vengeance for marital wrongs
in Oregon lately, and if the procedure i
goes much further it will become an.es-1 0 1
tahlished method of meeting tins phase sgsSSSHSCSCSWQSlSWWaai
Digging in the New York capital, ar
chaeologists have discovered in the
archive an old manuscript credited to
one Theodoras Rooaeveltum and writ
ten in the year l!X)7, A. D. Among
other phrases the following is causing
much controversy! "l)e animlibus non
When a Xevr York contracting firm
fails for seven or eight million and the
Western "Electric Company lays oft sev
seral thousand men, because of "excea
sive prosDerity," one In-gins to see how
it is possible to have too much of a
A-sistant secretary to the President,
Mr. Foster, who constitutes the outer
line of fortifications nt the White House,
fairly exude peace. There is no indica
tion about hi 111 of the g-r-r-r! going on
The man who claims that trouble is
either stopped with a cork or fastened by
hooks and eyes, owes apologies for
failing to ivcognize the possibilities of
the recreant safety-pin.
of infelicity and perhsps cool the ardor
of other couples criminally inclined.
Opinions vary a to the expediency of
this form of reprisal on the part of
either husband or wife. It is held by
many that the infliction of the death
penalty is unnatural, with, or without,
the sanction of the law; others hold
that the law can justify the penalty, and
does so wher.ever it employs the ex
tremity; many are disposed to grant
the offended wife or hu-band the prero
gative of using the last resort; while
still others claim that no man nor wom
an wa ever worth the sacrifice insep-l
arable from th? deatb-dciling pivgram.j
We are convinced that its ue serves
no real purpose save mch influence as
it may exert as a deterrent to others,
but lor the people already discovered
it can but accentuate the misery of all
concerned, snd often includes in this
adverse effect, the lives and interest of
many infiocent ones. It were infinitely
more to the point to make the disgrace
an open -tory and compel the delin
quents to face the ban of society and
wear it perpetually, especially where
both are adults and married. Death
compensates for nothing and leaves the
weight of its dreadful force forever
bearii.g on the soul of the man or wom
an who invokes its use. Ever-present
disgrace is the cilielcr of the two
o ' ''
Water Will Be Carried To New Yoik
Through An Acoueiuft, J Mile la
.length, and Eight Millions Will Be
the. Daily Capacity.
Pity Pittsburg, that would give any
thing for nice subways, but my have
to forego its desire on account of the
occasional flood and ride instead on the
And now the Chinese empire is to
ioie to the front as a great wine-producing
country; and competent people
are averring that the class of wine she
will market are really very fine. The
trouble that will confront the Chink
grower is that he can never name bis
product after the di-trict in which it is
grown and expect aw body to in.ember
the brand; and there is another elemett
that will make it difficult to foi-t the
Muff on this American market and that
is the quality of the pin they have
been making for the last 50 years. This! Success in life is accomplished by in
liquor is certain to figure as a standard, crease of enemiea. That'a why Hollis
and whosoever knows the taste and eater's Roqfcy Mountain Tea has so many
feet of Chine-e gin will never fool with imitators; it s a success. 35 centa, Tea
Chinese wines; not for many a year to or Tableta. Frank Hart.
For the "biggest liar who ever saw
Pike's Peak," Orchard T telling a con
vincingly consistent etory.
To those in search of a long rest al
low me to 'commend the t'atkills.
R. Van Winkle.
Watermelon jokes are Indefinitely
NEW YORK. June 2l.With small
trowel today, Major AEcClellnn will
tin it a sod of etrth among the hills of
two miles bock . of IVekskill-on-the-Hudson
river and by this act he will
begin the great undertaking which will
cost $Ui'2,lHH).iKXt and will eventually
fun.Uh (ireatcr New York with JWU,
WMi.tiOO of water daily, beside the
amount available from the Croton and
other present source of supply. From
the simple beginning the Mayor in time
will e constructed the peekskill aque
duct, 1.1(1 mile long which will connect
the Ashokan reservoir in the F.sopus
valley with every borough of. this city,
including even Staten Island. ; :
The preliminary work of surveying
for the gigantic excvatkn has reached
such, a stage that the construction of
the reservoir itself and the second or
stage reservoir can be pushed with
wed. These preliminaries; have len
taken up about two years. f large
party of city officials, iucludiny tlw
Mayor, will leave this morning for
IVekkill by steamer, Orringe will
convey them to the nite of the reservoir
and there addresses will be made by the
mayor and others. The aqueduct will!
have a channel beijiht of 17 feet. It
will wiud among hilt and aero gorges
In the heart of the region immortalized
by Washington Irving, and will pass
under several creeks. It wifl descend
more than a 1000 feet to cros (jjo
dement h the bed of the Hudson. The
line it will follow upon reaching the
Bronx at Yonkert will be under the
Cper East River, tinder' Brooklyn and
finally under the Nanrws to Suten Is
land. The maximum impounding ca
pacity of this huge receptacle will be
120.000,01X1 gallons. The engineering 1
problem involved in building the aque.
duct under the Hudson will lie the most,
dinVult the engineer will have to face.)
Estimates vary as to when the i
system will lie completed. The year
I'.l.W is gem-rally tlxed upon as the dnte,
it it probable some pail of the supply!
will be available before that. The city
authorities view this question largely
from the side of N'ew Y'ork's growth in
population, and they estimate that by
11I.10 this city will number 7,00,(XK
soul, uinjj daily one billion gallons of
water, part of which will be supplied
by the Croton system.
'j If M M It 111
It will be a red letter day for seekers after good valucB in
' Men's ctnd Hoy's Clothing, With the cash in oue hand and
a knowledge of our business in the other wc bought direct
from the great Clothing Centers of the East, and today wc
, will be proud to welcome you to come and see what we.
have accomplished accomplished at our store for you.
Remember this store is run in your interest, When we
? - , get a great bargain in MeusClothing it is you wc are think-
. , ing of. When we buy a lot of shirts etc. at less than the
' usual price we think of the pleasure it will cive you. It
is the same way in respect to every article iu which we deal.
We Are in Business to MaKc All the
Money We Can
Honestly a little here and a little there, spread so thinly
over such a large surface that no body minds it. And the
better bargains we place in your way the oftcner you'll
come and the more money we'll make in the end. Wc
make money by helping you to save money. Today you
can confidently look for bargains in every department.
Johnson's j& j&
wnnn hinuninn tiarmirioc
II UUU a UMJUUIb WUV.V1U1IIV.J a
and llmAmonfal HarAvv(ift F1nnr i
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Reflnish Your Woodwork Furniture and Floors.
Have you any Old Furniture or Woodwork to
reflnish f If o, then by all means reflnish them.
Make your Furniture and Wood harmonize by
JOHNSON'S PREPARED SPECIALTIES
See the following
JOHNSON'S PREPARED WAX
A complete Finish and Polish for all wood
JOHNSON'S POWDERED WAX
For Ballroom Floor
JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC S0L00
For "Removing Old Finish
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYES
For Artistic Coloring of Woods. Made in all hade
WE AltE SOLE AGENT'S.
The Foard & Stokes Hardware Go.
Successor to Foard h Stoke C
is now merely a memory of the past.
Ballard' Snow Liniment la the family
liniment of the twentieth century. A
positive cure for Rheumatism, Burn,
Cuts, Sprains, Xeuralgfa, etc Mr. C
II. Runyon, Stanberry, Mo., write 1 "I
have used Snow Liniment for Rheuma
tism and all pain. I can't say enough
in it praise." Sold by Hart'i Drug
CAPTAIN COLLINS SUSPENDED.
SAX FRAXC1SCO, June 20.-Captain
P. Collins, of the Tug Wizard, which
was lost on the rocks near Point (lerda,
on May 20, has lieen suspended for a
period of nine months by O. F. Holies
and J. K. Bulger, United States inscc
tors of hulls and boilers. The Wizard
at the time of the disaster was towing
the barkentine northwest.
Don't! I ! I
Don't let your child suffer with that
cough when you can cure it with Bal
lard' Horehound Syrup, a sure cure
for Cough, Bronchitis, Influenza, Croup
and Pulmonary Diseases. Buy a bottla
and try ii Sold by Hart's Drug Store.
B. B. Laughter, Byhalia, Mis., write!
'1 have two children who had croup. I
tried many different remedle, but I
must aay your Horehound Syrup i the
best Croup and Cough medicine I ever
used." Sold by Hart' Drug Store.
THE DUKE DENIES STORY.
LOXDOX, June 20. The Duke of
Manchester, in a statement made here
denied that he was to make a perma
nent residence in America and there
engage in railroad work.
"I hate to spoil a good story," he
said, "but there is no prospect of my
engaging in railway work, I shall re
main in England."
Do Not Neglect the Children.
At this season of the year the first
unnatural looseness of a child' bowel
should have immediate attention. The
best thing that can be given is Cham
berlain' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Tiemedy followed by castor oil as direct
ed with each bottle of the remedy. For
ale by Frank Hart and Leading Drug
Men's 112.90 Suit for
" 13.00 "
. ... 10-00
Boy' 2.00 Suit for..,.. ....fi.jj
" 8.50 " 1.7s
Boy' 1300 Suit for fi.00
" 4.00 i,7$
" 8.00 " " J,
Men' tii Silk Front Shirt for..feoo
" 1.00 " - " ,s
- 200 (Shirt for 150
" 17 " I.JS
" 1.28 " 9S
" .78 " .
518 Bond vStreet
CHAS. LARSEN, Prop. Formerly 557 Commercial St.
GOLD IN ACEMETERY. i
SYDNEY. X. S. W., dune 20, An.
accidental discovery by a grave digger ,
hiu started a gold rush to llallaiat.
While diguing a grave in the cemetery,
there the workmen struck a vein of.
gold-bearing stone 10 inches thick, j
Prospectors hive already pegged many j
claims around the cemetery.
The " come snd go" feeling that you
eperienre after taking Ilollister' Rocky
Mountain Tea is simply wonderful.
Drug increae your weakness. This
remedy doe the business, 35 cents, Tea
Means Standard of Merit.
Our Service and our
methods of business are of
the highest excellence as
well as all of our Footwear
Everything is of the highest
except our prices, and they
are always the lowest
W. G. LAWS (Si CO
HEATING AND PLUMBING ENGINEERS
Plans and estimates furnished on application.
All work done by First-Class Mechanics.
Sheet-Iron, Copper and Tin Work done in a first
class manner, as wc do no other work in our shop.
Our Specialties Are
loggers and long hand made
boots for Fishermen.
S. A. G1MRE
MS Bond BU opposite Fishr Bros.
Wholesale and Retail
WE HAVE THE LARGEST, MOST
COMPLETE STOCK OF FIREWORKS
AND CRACKERS IN THE CITY. ALL
IN STOCK AND CAN MAKE DELIV
ERY AT ANY TIME. SEE CORNER
WINDOW FOR SAMPLES. MANY
E. A. HIGGINS CO.,
MUSIC UOOKJ STATION EltY
j j Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat
J and Luug Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption
T. F. Lauren,OwI Drug Store.
HONEY and TAR