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VYl,. XXXIV, NO 135.
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UKANO PUIX PARIS 1878.
GKAND CRO.51 OKTHE LEGION D'JIOXXEDR.
TIk' lo-i'iwil tlif
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
For KL.YX Til READS atlhe
Xtondon Fisheries Exhibition 1883.
Ami haw l''i au:liil HIGHER J'RIZES ai Hit vatiou-,
t Thau luc goods 6f an other
IN THK WORLD,
Quality ;Can Always ba Papondad on.
EMiicBtt iierien use no Oilier.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
517 and 519 Markel SUeet. SAN FRANCISCO.
ACEHTS FOR PACIFIC COAST.
WOODBEREY SEINE TWINE. ROPE and NET
TIMvX.mttantiy on Hnnd. SEINES, POUNDS and
TRaPS "Furnished to order at Lowest Factory Prices.
organ & Sherman;
Alf 1;ITS 111
2 tc-cinl attention Clvcnto Filling
A oL . 11INC CARRIED
An.l Supples furnished :it Satls-
liirliaclclhered In. any part of the city
Office and Warehouse
l. ilHiiit-'a New llmldluj; ou Water Street.
r. . or isi. Telephone No, 37.
Garnahan & Co.
!. w. r-Artn:,
iMn.irrMt ASH W1IOI.KSALK AND
UKTAIi DKAI.HUS IN
asti ::l MjrKcoN
I . DKAJ.KKS IN
Hardware and Skip Chandlery,
Hnr Oil. BriRlit YaniMi. limacle Oil,
Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine.
I AnlOfl. Wrought iron Spiki'".
alvanl7fd Cut NaiK
AcrirBllHra! Iii:tttiieit1s, Xrwin.:
Xitcniiu', I'aiuts, (Mis,
Weto, Lsstcr & Andeiseo,
Sarvevors and Architects.
Offick, Room a, KlavkiAs Ri:i'o
I. O. Bos 813. AbTORlA.OR.
Kiudred Park is the Favorite
Buy now, before the raise. Lots,
:.' V, ftUTS, kt,
Kery thing in St-ason.
ni:si -class -
It.irf N2ip i: flu ICnr !
Ntt Jo iVnttal Hotel. Asl rla, Oift-on.
ASTORIA TRANSFER CO.
conveyances of any kind, on short notice.
Tnuisferrlne Baggage, etc, a specialt y.
Telephone No, Vi.
H. W. SHERMAN 4 CO.
OKU) K. PARKKR. CARLr A. II .NBON
Parker & Hanson
C. L. PARKER,
New Goods Arriving Every Steamc
Dress - G-oods,
The Old Stand - Atoria Oregon.
SB Cabinets for S2.60.
-vi?si USE IT!
IT IS THE TffgjAIi MEDICINE.
'. . ih I .ncrar.il Knl s?nil S'omach,
.T'.n i i I.ii !n-. IjM- -i i, ire-iii-s an Appe
tin 1'a. ill slhclrajmrc Ulixnl, :inil
ITnkfs Tlis Wfe-k Strong,
Used uveryu hei. ft a bet tie i six for $5
of Investors, and Lots are selling fast.
$125 an 3 $150. Terms easy.
FUNDS FOR IRRIGATION.
Major Powell Oyercoies His Per
HOUSE 1' ASSES A SILVER BTLL.
Special by The California Assscutxd Pbess.
Washtnoton, June 7. Senator
Allen, of Washington, introduced the
following, which he intends to propose
as an amendment to the river and har
bor bill, making an appropriation for
removing snags, cleaning bars and
deepening the channels of the follow
ing rivers in the state of Washingten:
Nooksack, Skagit, Snohomish, Snoqua
liuie, Dwamish, Black and Fuyallup.
Mitchell, of Oregon, will pro-
nose the following amendment, mak
ing appropriations for the follewing:
Youuc a bav channel, from ship channel
of Columbia river to head of Young's
bay, a distance of one aud one-half
miles, with a view of dredging the
same, so to secure 18 feet deptli ot
water at low tide.
Squire, of Washington, will propose
the following amendments: making
examination and estimating the cost
cf removing the obstructions to navi
gation between Port Townsend har
bor aud Oak bay in the state of Wash
BDTV If TIN.
Amendment to Tariff
Special IoThk ASTORIAN.1
Washington, June 7. Senator
Moody to-day introduced an amend
ment to the tariff bill, which was re
ferred to the finance committee. It
imposes a duty of 30 per cent ad
valorem after July 1st, 1891, upon
cassiteries or black oxide of tin, and
upon bar, black and pig tin. In the
house bill tiu ore, or tin bars in blocks
or pigs, and grain or granulated ore
are on the free list
eprtatent Cleric VenlyBa.
Special to The Astoriax.
Washikoton, June 7. Geo. B.
Hansell of Washington, clerk in the
war department at Sl,200, haa re
signed. Twe Itfere PeBslanerv.
Special to The astouian 1
Washington', Juue 7.--Oregon pen
sions granted: original Johiel Boyles,
Wilhoit; original widows, etc. Zupua
Hines, former widow of Eprum Mc
Special toTHK AsiouiAK.
Washinqton, Juue 7.Origiual
pensions granted -Geo. C. Borney,
Pataka City; re-issue aud iucrease
Dau'I Burr, Walla Walla.
Flt.tr I IN PENSION OKFICK.
A Tbarauck KnveHtlKotloa to be
Special t r .v. A-rmiAX.J "
Washinoton, June 7. Cooper, of
Indiana, this morning introduced into
the house u resolution to investigate
Geeubauui's administration of pensiou
affairs. The resolution rocites that
pension commissioner Baum has been
charged with selling to his employers
stock of the company in which he is
president, which company was organ
ized for the purpose of introducing
impracticable and worthless refriger
ators, and that hi consideration of such
purchase of stock shares, pension
clerks are promoted in office. It also
recites that Baum has been charged
with partiality toward pension attor
ney Lemon at Washington.
THE SILVER BILL..
It Is Panne by the House With
Special to Tur Astoria .
Washington, June 7. The house
passed the silver bill by a vote of 135
to 110. The measure passed is a sub
stitute offered by McKinley, and adop
ted by the Republican caucus on June
L It comprises the Conger bill, with the
following amendments: That the
amount of silver bullion to be pur
chased monthly shall be four and a half
million dollars. That treasury notes
shall be legal tender for private, as
well as public debts. That said notes
be redeemable in coin. That funds
held for redemption, in National Bank
notes be converted into treasury
notes. That there shall be free coin
age when the ratio of silver is sixteen
A Reasonable Feratlialon.
Washington, Jane 7. At the war
department it is learned to-day that
the permission of the Mexican govern
ment wonld undoubtedly be received,
to follow the Apaches into that coun
try. Advices from Mexico are that
the request will be granted.
MAJOR POWELL WINS.
Three-Quartern of a million for
Special UiThc AsroaiAN.
Washington, June 7.Major Po welt
director of the oeolooical survey, has
out-generaled , JU opposition. The
house appropriation comrniuee ae
cided to allow him an appropriation of
$750,000 for irrigation surveys.
ASTORTA, OREGON, SUNDAY, JUNE S. ISiM.
Titer "Wanted, and
Hope ta Secure.
Special to The Asiorian.I
Washington', June 7. Morrow who
intended to speak on the silver bill
to-day, was unable to get recognition.
The Republican side of the house had
Eromised to allot him ten minutes,
ut failed to do so. Springer, of
Illinois, who had the disposition of
time on the Democratic side, had prom
ised to yield several minutes to Mor
row, but the first speakers consumed
nearly all Springer's time, and only
four minutes were left for himself.
Morrow as well as the other Pacific
coast members, except Wilson of
Washington, favored recommitting the
bill back to the coinage committee,
with instructions to report a free coiu
age measure, and this would have
been done, only for Windom's bill, be
lieving that thereby the senate would
have a chance to act on it,
and perhaps amend it so
that the bill approaching free coinage
would pass the senate, then in confer
ence au agreement might be reached
between the senate and house, the re
sult of which would be iufiuitely bet
ter for the silver men than no legisla
tion at all, and they have hoies that
this will be the final result.
A .TIISSINU OFFICIAL.
HU Cave te Dc Iiivctlgated.
Special to The Astouiax.j
Washington, June 7. Secretary
Tracy will next week tako action in
the case of Ensign F. Huutoon of the
coast survey steamer 31 c Arthur,
who disappeared. No official explau
ation was given of his absence but the
fact is that he has gone without leave.
It issaid he is following an opera com
pany throughCalifornia.lt is likely that
the officer will be court-martialed
should he return, on a charge of ab
sence without leave. If. he does not
surrender himself, he will be declared
The Very Went Act of all.
Special to The Astorian.
Boston, June 7. One of the very
worst acts of vandalism committed by
the Harvard students, during the
painting exhibition, has just come to
light and is the crowning offense. It
seems that not content with the work
on the college ground, they invaded
St. Paul's Roman Catholic church and
on several placa'i of sanctuary, daubed
the words "L H. S.. to hell with it"
was terribly exerciseii,
wnlHnrr wprnl tlnv.q.
nml finAiiiir. that desnito
their loud protestations, that both
the faculty and students were busy
uuuuuKiiun .,,, --'
wuo ran xue sacmigious wreicues i
down, and discovered that instead of
freshmen, as president Elliot would -!
have it believed, the criminals wercr
thrro KPninn,. m?e iunior and one sonh
three seniors, one junior and one soph
omore, and all men of high standing in
the college and society.
of the attempt
This was the reason
to hush up the scandal. The church um ""."""H11 sucuaeuere inter
ims notified president Elliot that if. as " tueif ofitcia duties, and attack
stated, in a certain number of days,!Jheir locket books. Several letters
bvwavof penance, the offenders do' iaVlJ fal,f "lo unworthy hands and
not come forward and make a public avc inn(1P a "re?fc jcal Vf lro"ble,fo
apologv to the outraged faith and de-! th consuls and the department of
fray the expenses ot removing the stlt'- &ch letters have been m
stains, they will have the men indictcnl. : ml.v easca "sed :w letters of crcden-
' . . tials, and several cases of swindling
A Colossal Combination. I are reported. The state department
Special to The Astorian.j advises that all travellers take out
New York, Juue 7. It is mtnored I passports.
that Yanderbilts and Atchison inter
ests are forming a combination ot rail
road properties. It is said that the
Atchison is negotiating with the "Big
i" for an eastern connection at St.
Louis. The "Big 4" is the natural
outlet to the east of the Atchison sys
tem now that the Atchison has se
cured control of the St Louis and
San Francisco company.
President Ingalls ot the "Big 4" and
chairman Magonn, of the Atchison,
both of whom have been in the west
for the past week, held a conference
in Chicago on the subject It is proba
ble that the outcome of negotiations
will be a traffic arrangement between
the two roads.
AN ELECTRIC SHOCK.
One Man Killed, ana Another In
jured. Special to The astoriax.
Baltimore, June 7. Charles Fra
zer, aged 25, was instantly killed to
night, in a saloon, by catching hold
of a broken electric wire. Charles
Koru placed his hands on Frozer's
body, when he received a terrific
shock, and for a time it was thought
that he too, was dead.
Special to The As roRiAN.
Chattanooga, Juue 7. Two freight
trains collided on the Rome and Co
lumbus road this morning. Engineer
Williams was killed. The regular
crew escaped uninjured.
Doubled Their Score.
Special to TnE Astoriax.
New York, June 7. The local team
of players to-day, took the laurels
from Brooklyn by doubling their score
which was four.
Special to The Astoriax
AsruKiAx j .
, June 7. The Buffalo
I here to-day, and were
onn nt 11 r;
. players played
J defeated by a score of 11 to 5.
Have you bought any Lots in Kindred Park yet?
If not, do so before Prices Advance, and make the Handsome Profit yourself.
Railroad Surveyors are working close to Kindred Park now.
Important Arrangement Re
TOUJiJSTS TO GET PASSVOliTS.
Special by California Associated Press.
Minneapolis, Minn., June 7. An
important traffic arrangement has
been completed between the North
Western and Union Pacific, by which
better time ha3 been made between
Chicago and Portland, than could be
made over the Wisconsin Central from
Chicago, and over theNortJiern'Pacific
from St Paul. The residt lias'been a
great inroad upon the first class busi
neis of the Northern Pacific. The
latter, therefore, has made overtures
j to the Milwaukee and St. Phul, for a
traluc arrangement lor through pas
senger business, and the arrangement
has been completed.
Pullman sleepers will be run
through from Chicago to Portland, and
other North Pacific coast points.
Just what time the trio from Chi
cago to Portland will consume, has'
not yet been announced, but it is said
it will be considerably shorter than
that viaNorth Western andUnion Paci
fic, The first train under the new
schedule leaves Chicago June 15.
S.nOKINC IN THE PARK.
It Will Not be Longer Allowed.
Spsrei.il jo run AsrOKux '
PnibUDEbrnrA, Juue 7. Authori
ties under the old Inw, have organized
a crusade against smoking in the city
parks, and orders have been issued to
all park policemen, to interfere with
smokers who are seated in the parks.
It is explained, however, that the in
tention is not to enforce the order
offensively. A man may bo allowed to
smoke, without being molested, pro
vided the squares are not crowded,
and no ladies are ocenpying lenchas
AFTER LONt; SERVICE.
Resignation of an OKI Ituilroud
Speci.il t 1'iik AsTomx
OsLvnA, June 7. Edward Dicken
son, general manager or the Missouri
river division or tin Union Pacific
road, ha3 tendered his resignation, to
take effect July 1st Dickenson's con-
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period of twenty years. It is under-
stood that he will be succeeded by J.
p. BrinkerhofT, superintendent of the
Kansas Pacific division.
Special to Thk AsroitiAN
' f i.-Aspecni irom
ash.ngton to the 21 ail ami E&.
Pre& says that Blaine has decidetl to'
New York, June 7. A special from
issue no diplomatic introductions to
tonnsLs. Coinnlaints come from ren-
I resentatives of governments abroad,
Special to Tin: astoriax.
New Y'ork, June. 7. The customs
officers have detected chief officer
Allen, of the Inmau steamship City
of Chester, iu smuggling. Allen has
escaped, but four others who are im
plicated iu it arc arrested. It is said
that a gang of prominent steamship
men coming here, have been smug
gling at wholesale for two 3ears past
Will Cause Distress Ameng: The
Special toTHE AstoriaN.I
New York, June 7. The increase
in the price of ice in this city, from
S3 to S10 per ton, promises to cause
distress on account of the advance
ment of provisions of all kinds. 'This
advance is estimated to reach ten per
cent on all sorts of perishable articles
of food. Three of the largest meat
firms in the city have pooled their
business and promised to advance the
price at once. Tho poor ot tho city
will probably have a disastrous sum
IWall Carrier Robbed.
Special to The Astoriax.
St. Louis, June 7. A mail carrier
in Lamotte, Mo., while en route to a
mme with $1,000 in currency yesterday,
was robbed by two men, who escaped
with the money, which was to bo used
to pay off tho men tonflay iu the mine.
A tireat Rise in Sugar.
Special to The Astoriax.
Philadelphia, June 7. The price
of refined sugar has advanced GO cents
per barrel to-day. Refiners have in
creased the cost of sngar $1.20 per
barrel in two days and $2.(50 per barrel
in ten days.
Fine Table Wine
Delivered at 00 cents a gallon, to anv
part of the city. A line line of puns
: California wines at low prices, at A.
' W TTtTinfrnr'a I'naYrirmnlitori cqlnnn
W. Utzinger's Cosmopolitan saloon.
ELIDED THE OFFICERS.
Alien Contract Laborers Escape.
Special to The Astorian.1
New York, June 7. Seven Bo
hemian glass blowers, who came here
gnder conttact,and Were "iofctered to
return on the steamer Umbria, of the
Cnnard line, escaped by a tug, which
came alongside while the steamer was
outward bound. They were landed
without the knowledge of the customs
officers, who are indignant at this bold
violation of the law.
A magnificent Game.
Special to TjHfAsTORiAX.1
PnTTiAPEiigHiA, June 7. The Brook
lyn Nationals played a magnificent
gamoto-iay, qiewbrk in"the box
JbeiagT itfrbonkrlytgabd, and won in a
eooreof 4 to 8. H
Knocked all Over the Field.
Special to The Astoria,
PniLVDELPHiA, June 7. Home team
of Players knocked Boston all over
the field to-day. Score, 6 to 5, in favor
of the Phillies in the first game, but in
the second game the score was 11 to
10 iu favor of the Bostons.
Now Aiding- Justice.
Spt'dal to The Astokiax.
Chicago. June 7. Kunze, known to
be 'the man who drove Croniu to
death, is now assisting the state's
attorney to find him.
Crand Parade to Take Place in
,. Augjunt., ,
Special to The Astoriax.1
Chicago, June 7. A monster demon
stration of the Patriarchs Militant, at
the Odd Fellows celebration, will
take place here August 1st to 10th.
The sum of 50,000 in prizes has been
set apart for competing companies. It
is expected that 20,000 members from
the Pacific Coast will participate.
One first class fare for the round trip
including admission to the drills, has
been arranged with the railways.
Met With Disaster.
SMj;lal to The Astorian.1
Cincinnati, June 7. The Pittsburg
Nationals played hero to-day and met
with disaster at the hands of the
locals, by a score of 6 to 2.
Refused Return Passage
Siwcial to The astoriax.
New York, June 7. Capt McKay
of the Umbria this morning stopped
the steamer off the Battery and
signaled for a tug and put off six con
tract laborers who had been refused
permission to laud and were being re
turned to Europe. Then the Umbria
steamed away. The laborers
were captured and the Cnnard com
pany will be proceeded against by the
JOHN L. SULLIVAN.
Says He Has Nothing
Special toTus AstorunJ
Pittsburg, June 7. John L. Sulli
van, in speaking of the efforts ot cer
tain parties to get up a match
between Joe McAuliffe and him
self, said: "What's the use of talk
iug about a meeting between
me and McAuliffe; at present
I would not look at S10,000. They had
better talk "abont'-'S15,000 to 20,000
when thoy want to secure the champion.
I am making a comfortable living and
will not talk business. with anybody
until I have met and talked with that
Mississippi judge. There are lots of peo
ple trading on my reputation and
would like to do more of it. When
tiiey come up to my price, J bar no
body, when the money is in view. In
the meantime I have nothing to sav."
Played a -Peer Game.
Special to The Astoriax.
New York, June 7. Boston Na
tionals played a poor game to-day,
and were defeated by the locals, by a
score of 9 to 3.
First OneandThcn the Other.
Special to TnE Astorian.1 . .
Cleveland, June 7. The national
home team and Chicagos played two
games to-day. The first was won by
Chicago by a score of 5 to 3, and the
second by tho home team, 9 to 1.
vToo J&HChly JRarrted.
Special to Thk AstoriAh.1
Chicago, June 7. Ex-Rev. T. F.
McLeod, who was recently convicted
of bigamy, was to-day sentenced to
Bridewell for one year.
Death of aPreutiHcnt Physician.
Special to The Astoriax.
San Fkancisco, June 7. Dr. James
Murphy, a well-known physician of
this city, died at his residence this
morning, from liver complaint, aged 53.
T nlA V .ai lT-i t i-7iT!.
uviuivt umpjux waiK or m
Dae; Eucerea scvenu wj
uennanenuy cured me. otner
Ins failed to do so. FRED.
fiuuiH uau cqia psu3 nqnueq m my
"". .lwi?reu givauy ; goonaea 10 1
coma nanuymoYQ or turn. I tried
Oil, which cured me. I do not fesrl
UBS. P. M . RKINHEIMEB.
The-Albany & Astoria
Mnriatet Lunatics SnUnei By A
Cold later Bath
FEBSECUTIOy OF THE JfOBE.
Special by California associated Press.
London, June 7. Temperance ad
vocates supported by the Liberals
generally, made a great demons
tration- against concession to
the liquor dealers. An im
mense procession composed ot
temperance societies. Liberal and
Radical clubs, marched to Hyde park,
where 50,000 persons were assembled.
Speeches were made from several
stands, denouncing the government
for the "endowment ot the public
houses, such being the descriptive
phrase used. .Resolutions were
adopted to the sound of trumpets.
Hard Work te SHbdue a Revolt
Special to The Astoriax.1
London, June 7. It is reported
from Bicetrea, France, that the luna
tics in tho asylum at that place, re
volted on Thursday. The garrison
was called in to rescue the keepers,
who had been hemmed in, in the corri
dors. The mad men secured razors
and hammers in the keepers quarters,
into which thoy had broken. With
these they fought like demons, for an
hour and the windows in the place
A company of infantry was soon on
the spot with fixed bayonets and
loaded rifles. The sight of the
soldiers exasperated the mad men, and
the director dared not call on the
soldiers to act
The fire engines were brought out,
and strong streams of water played on
the madmen, who huddled together in
a corner ot the yard thoroughly
drenched. This completely cowed
them, and most of the madmen allowed
themselves to be led back quietly to
their cells, and those who showed signs
of resistance were easily mastered, and
rendered powerless by straight jackets.
A Clear and Reasonable State
ment. Speoial to The Astobian.
Berlin, June 7. The Tagblatt
publishes an interview with Bismarck,
concerning the emperor, in which
Bismarck said: "I am not angry with
him: my position is like that of a
father illtreated by his son. I have to
suffer, still I will say, he is a dashing
young fellow. When I was younger
I followed my sovereign about every
where, and so ooukl counteract the
influence of opponents. Now 1 'am too
old to travel so far, and so continu
ously, and thus, other advisors win
the kaisers confidence and turn him
OPINION OF THE POPE.
AVill Remain in the Vatican.
Special to The Astoriax.
Rome, June 7. The Tablet prints
an interview with the pope who said
"Persecution of me and the church in
Italy, is increasing. For twelve years
I have been confined in these walls,
and it is only within these
last few years that offenses
charged against me have become in
tensified. While I live I must pro
test against and expose the way in
which Italy is breaking the Holy See."
He expressed a determination to re
main in the Yactican and defend the
rights of the pgpacy.
THE KAISER ALL RIGHT.
Hin Recent Accident Has No
Special to The Astoriax.
.Berlin, dune v. rue emperor ap
pears to have entirely recovered from
the effects of his recent accident. He
reviewed the troops yesterday
horseback, thus silencing many
mors about his serious condition.
Gives Up Hope of Returning- to
Special to The Astoria x.1
London, June 7. President Carnot,
as an offset to the release of the Duke
of Orleans, has granted a pardon to 72
striking workmen, imprisoned for
offences against law and order. These
prudent measures have effectually
blocked the game of Bonlanger, who
had threatened to enter France and
claim amnesty if the duke was
pardoned. The general made no de
mand as expected. He has given up
the hope of returning to France, for
the presont, and has sent for his wife,
with whom he seeks a reconciliation.
Death of a Clergyman.
Special to The AsrouiAX.l
San Francisco, June 7. Rev. Dr.
Dwinelle, a professor in the Pacific
Theological seminary, and one of the
best known clergymen on the Pacific
coast, died this morning at his home
in Oakland, from heart trouble.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
tho cuius, allays ail rain, cures wind
cholic, and is the best remedy for diar
rhcea.Twenty-five cents a bottle.
A Newspaper is soon to be started, Houses are being built, Stretta art)
being improved, and a General Air of Prosperity is hanging over the placa.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
BtJCODA IMS BDBXED.
Prosertr to tleUaout of :$2Htf II
Destroyet. ' -
SCOTT IS GIVES TMN YMAMM.
Special by California Associated
San Fbanoisco, June iJAiirim
from Australia to-day state that tbo '
cost to the government of New Sooth
Wales by the flood at Bourke, wul be
100,000. The water know subsid
ing. A relief party found a fsflr
lodged in a tree. where they had bats.
held by the flood for three weeks. A
movement to raise a fund for the te
net of the distressed, has been started.
The government will provide shelter
and food for the unemployed' at Sid
ney. SCOTT'S SENTENCE.
Ten Tears In the St
Special to Thk Astoriax.
in the Scott case after being omt
hours brought in a verdict of aun
slaughter. Scott was sentenced to-day
to ten years in state prison. The' ver
dict was a compromise.
Two Neighbors Shoot and. Is
Special to The Astokiax.
Blocksburg, Cal., June 7. Jean
Cline and D. J. Woodman got into a
dispute this afternoon over a settle
ment when Cline fired, shootiag
Woodman through the coat Wood
man returned the shot, Jailing Quae.
An old feud had existed betweea theam.
Mrs. Woodman was the only wit
ness. Both were old residents of this
place. - - .
Cruiser "Charleston" En
Special to The Astoriax.1
San Francisco, June 7. Advices
from Honolulu state that the' U.S.
war ship Charleston arrived there May
20th, after a passage of eight dan.
She attracts much attention froam m
MURDER IN SEATTLE.
Dobson Killed by F. X.
Special to The astoriax.1
Seattle, June 7. O. K. Bofaaam
of the firm of Dobson & Garrinftoat,
contractors, was murdered thia eraa.
ing by P. J.Pratt, a tnaiaster.- The
exact manner in which the an
was committed is not knows ai
time. Various stories- ai
the more probable one is.
was struck a blow by-Pratt aa W
and broke his neck.
200,000 of Peooerty Destroy.
Special to The Astoriax,
Bucoda, Wash., June 7. The Seatoo
Manufacturing company's miUa at
Bucoda, Thurston county, were totally
destroyed by fire yesterday aftenoom.
The fire originated in a dry kfia of
the sash and blind factory, about four
o'clock. In less than an-hour the en
tire plant with three million feet of
lumber was totally destroyed. Abomt
fifteen cars of lumber were on a aide
track in danger of being burmed,
when suddenly a train came to the
rescue and saved all of the can' but
two. The value ot the property
destroyed .was about $200,000. The
property was insured for 9GGL000 n
eastern companies. About 200 smb.
will be thrown out of work.
This powder never varies, A jtarrelef
purity, strength and fcboleaoBeQssn Han.
economical than the onHaary kinds, aad eta
not be sold In competition with fee bmbbV
tude of low test, short weight, ahum sf phos
phate powders. Sold onZyfci eon. Xorai
Baking Powder Co. lesVall-st.. N. T.
Lewis M. Johnson ft Co., Ageats, fort
HOWELL & GOODELL
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