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VOL. XXXV, NO 17.
Fiiv. anil Marine am! LitV
VAN DUSEN & CO.. Ag'.s.
(r the lMilStiwuiK Itehable i'oreigu :i1
l..viT'ool mii I i.uilo:i ;tinl Clubt. Noith
P.rltMi ami Meicuitlle. Scottish I'nion and
National. Hartford t Cimee;icnt, C unmer--.a
of Uniform i. iimion and I.uie.Lsliire of
UcriK)ol, ("oiiiir.-T-ial l.nimi of Loudon.
Cuanllau of Londo.i. otiliist of I'oitLtnd.
Mutual Life f Xev York.
i i ompt Liberal Atsj i-lmcnls Gum antecd
California Mars ie 1 s. Co , S. F.
Cnlumbia Firi n Marine Ins. Co.
Honi2 Mutual Instance Co . S. F.
Phcenix of London.
Imperial of London.
Robb & Parker,
Fire and Mar.ne Insurance,
U ith au Aggregate Capital of
IMI'KHIAL. or London.
CALIFORNIA, of California.
CONNECTICUT, of Hartford.
OAKLAND IIOMK, of Oakland
LION, of London.
KlttKM AN'S FUND, of California.
QUEKN. of Iondoa
n it I ii Mrcrl, Aatoria, Oregon.
CIIHMTEVSEV A. CO I'ttOritfirrOttM.
tKSIKGTFULLY GALL T11K ATTEN
it, tiou of Hie nubile to the fact Uiat the
itiMive Market w til always be supplied with a
H l.t. VAU'KTY AND P.tCST QUALITY
FRESH AMD CURED MEATS ! !
Which mil bo sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
E-Spwial attaiitlnu given to supplying
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Kn-h and Cured Meats,
XT o getalDloa f
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
ofl'OSIIr' K!OH)KXT HOTF1 ,
UK..VHl'H Htrrvt. AMlorlti, Ojr
O'Hura A: I a a lls Propr's.
Opposite Foard .v Stokes.
A first-Class Meat Shop.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
All Purchases Deiheied in any part of the
0. E. BAIN,
.Manufaelun'r ami Dealer in
Sash, Doors, Mouldings
1 1 ICiiicIs of XI-rl Wtioil -cttd
Slotiof J !i:.-ti.it;r I.timlx-r.
BOAT MATERIAL A SPECIALTY.
Cor. (Jcncvieve ami Alnr .Streets.
Astoria, - - Oitr.ncix.
Yoir Moaefs ffoi
IS Yil T Ytl- GET AT
Groceries and Provision?.
Everything in a First class Store
Extremely Low Figures.
Goods Delivered all over I own.
I he Highest Price 'i tor Junk.
FOARD & STOKES
The Indiana Paint Shop.
Cor. Third and Main Sis., Astoria.
PAIKTfcR AND CRAINER.
Pper Hanging a Specialty.
Work executed with Neatness and Dis
WINGATE & STONE, Astoria,
111! poudei novel vano, a intrvji !
.iiiritv. strength .mil l;iW:tii!!uv. irc
iVim 'inical limn the or.:!n:ir kmiN.aml i
not be sold i: eoiupelittoii "AMi llic nni.i'
tilde of lw 1-M. 'i"it .wight. :tioir. or jilio
naate powder.. inUl tmlv hieonr. t"n a I.
liAKivc rvviKi:Co. u v-t't :.. "s N
Lkwis 1 .Ioii.non .t (Vi . Agent-. P:l
Shipping and Commission Merchant
..tain SL Wliarf, Astoria. Hrejj..n
Barbour's Salmon Net Twines.
NEPl'l'Ni: Urand Salmon I'ume.
VOODi;i:it:tY Cotlon LlncsandTwines
SEINES and NETTING
Of all Descriplinii Kiirni-.li
Firected in I'lit Class Companii-!.
............... New York,
Agenc Pacific Express and Well. Fan-oAI'o.
E. P. NOOHAK &. CO.
(.Slice. ss us to)
O". 3E DBCynes,
WaterStreel. Astoiia, Oregon.
TELEPHONE XO. 7. - P. O. HOX SOU
THelKD, Lsster & Andeisen,
Surveyors and Architects.
OFFICK, KOoM !, Ft.AVKl.'s Itt.W'O
l O. U(x 813.
A -! QUIA. Oil.
PATRONIZE HOME IKDUSTBY !
There Is on occasion for the iiuis I;itidi
otisof our cit.ens to .send to Portland oi
San Francisco for
Custom 3ade Clothes
Vsth.-v.-ii i'. t U-:u-j Fits. 5". tter U'ork
iistiip .in.. J.i 'i'vs Moi:r.
B. Iaa-.MSiU Miei: )-..ers v:i:i M V. N .
?ew CooGii fcv Every Steamer.
O-jiI ami -ee limit and satisfy yourself.
P. J Monny. Aeielatitl:ii!oi.
C. C. Cooper, - Manager.
OPEN FOR THE SEASON,
The Seaside House lias been leHtted and
refurnished throughout, and otrer unviir
passed facilities to all to enjoy a iileainl
sojourn at the famous elation Ueaeh. An
attentive corps of attaches are employed.
ami cYeryuiniK oone jor me coiuiori anu
convenience of K"t'.sts.
S2L'Ss. -s.v3i.--: 5-
V' j.iiu( .
IT IS THE IDSATj T.ITEPtOiK'ri.
ttio-? ex til? j reran;! lCutn. tulS'.nincli,
Cure 11 .il.uho. Dvs. .'. r i. . t.i A j.e
tilti, 1'urilio the Invars; 1kkI, a:w!
Makes The "Weak Slron?;
Used everywhere. $1 abettlotbixforjo
.' HEALTH ffSTOtP.
This Choice Property
BE? YORK'S POPULATION
Shows EemarMe Aiyancement liy
Census Returns. .
OTlIKli WAS1I1XCTUX MATTERS.
S.ec:il , TlIK UXITKIi l'll-S-s
WASinxGTOx, July 17.--The secre
tary f the interior has trausmittoJ to
confess a letter from "Wra. Mc
Knsicl:, Indian agent at the Sisscton
agency, Soulb Dakota, statiug that
the Sissetou anil Wahpetou Indians,
of the Lake Traverse reservation, are
in the mot destitute condition, the
drouth of last year having almost to
tally destroyed their crops. He asks
that S3,000'l)c appropriated for the
purchase of irovisions to keep the In
dians from starving.
rKV VOISK CITY.
Population and Percent u:c
siie i.il to Tjii: AsiOniAS.l
Washimitok, July 17.- The rough
official count of the population of
New York city, completed by the cen
sus officers, shows a population of
1,513,501, -which is an increase of
25.40 per cent, over the census returns
or 1BS0, -which gave tho population as
1,200,299, and au increase of 28 per
cent, during the decade.
In 1870 the population was 912,292,
and in 1800, MKi,G5S. The percentage
of increase from 1S00 to 1S70 was,
therefore, 17 per cent, Supt. Porter
said to-day that this is the only
estimate made b the census or the
population of New Yorlc There was
one estimate by the supervisor, but
that was based upon insufficient data.
Tilhiinaok Bey and Etnr.
Special to The Astobiak.
Washington, July 17. -The report
of Captain Symonds, in charge of
river and harbor works in Oregon and
Washington, was received at the war
department to day, and was in part as
follews: Tillamook bay and bar, Ore
gon- -No general plan of improvement
has been adopted for this work, and
the 5,200 appropriated has been ex
pended in survevs and removing ob
structions. It is estimated that $0,000
can be used in completing this work,
and that amount should be appropri
ated. No mention is made or the
Special to Tun Astokiax i
Washington, D. C, July 17. -The
president has stppointed C. 1.
Spalding, of Michigan, :is assistant
secretary of the treasury, vice Tiche
nor who has resigned. He was for
merly a member of congress, and is
now special agent of tho treasury do
An Oregon .1 point mem.
S rial to Thk Astokian.1
Washington, .Tuly 17. The presi
dent sent the fol lowing nomination to
the senate to-day: ueneral appraiser
of merchandise, Ferdinand N. buurt
lefT, or Oregon.
Another I'ast CruKcr.
Special to Tin: Astoimak
Nnw Yokk, July 17. Commenting
on the .Stow Franviscoi coming speed
trial the Hun says: "Will the Han
Francisco equal the Philadelphia in
point of speed." This probably is
too much to hope for, although her
builders do not think it beyond the
reach of possibilities, and they fully
expect to earn some premium for speed
above the contract.
Special to TlIK ASTOKIAN.1
AiiTjCxstown, Pa., July 17. Severe
min and wind storms this afternoon
unroofed six houses and completely
uprooted two trees. Wires were" pros
trated. At Barbour's thread mills a
brick stack 229 feet high was blown
down and struck and partly demol-.
ished the engine house.
The most densely populated square
mile in the world is in the city of New
York; it is inhabited by 270,000 peo
ple, the larger part of whom are Ital
ians, who speak only their native lan
guage. Victory for an Insurance roinp'y
:-. s. riivnvKi:. A at- XiriliwiMcni
Mutual Liu- liisi:nuice Co.. of M.n.iMci',.
Micli.,.says: 1 had ilieuui itis-.i twenty j
y ar; use i crutches ten ycais. From
mi' use nt .mwiMlul iiiuiiH-iusiiiyiiiii;
and kiii't had IosL nearly all strength
Ilthlianl's Rheumatic Syrup has cured
mo. and 1 wish to herald to all. the
merits of tin womleiful medicine. For j
sale by .1. W. Conn. i
SPRAINS and STRAINS.
Athletes 1'ralso It HIchly.
C56 Minna St, San Francisco, CaL.May 3, 18S7.
Some Umo ago, while a member of tho
Olympic Athleuc Club, I sprained my Jcnee
severely and suffered agony, but was speedily
and completely cured by St. Jncob3 OIL
Jumped from Encino.
C09 S. 17th St., Omaha, Neb.,Sept. 22, 1SS3.
I jumped from an engine in collision, and
Etjalned my ankle very badly. I used canes
for weeks. St. Jacobs Oil completely cured
4UC X. JXJ.
At Druggists akd Dealees.
THE CHARLES A.V0GELER CO.. Baltimore. HI
Blocks 200x200, $300 to $400.
is now on the market, and is the Finest Summer Resort on the Coast. ' It joins the Seaside
the south, and has one-half of river frontage, on the Necamcum river with fine boating and fishing.
A STUPID OFFICER.
Carelc.lj Allowed. a. Prisoner to
Special to Tits: Astokian
Cleveland, Ohio, July 17. The
manager of the Bochmke Wire Co.,
secured a warrant yesterday for the
arrest of a yonng man named Edward
Folk, who had formerly been an agent
in the employ of the Boehmke Co.,
charging him with embezzling 3,000.
Constable Lally had the warrant
placed in his hands this morning.
He went at once to 435 Columbus
street, where Folk boards, and found
the young man in the saloon beneath.
Folk took the matter very coolly, and
asked permission to go to his room
and change his clothes. Lally accom
panied and sat on the bed while Folk
busied himself with his clothing. At
length when he was ready, Lally
started for the door and Folk fol
lowed. Just as the constable opened the
door, he heard a shot directly behind
him, and fearing that his prisoner had
opened fire on him, he rushed down
to the street. lie returned after a
while, and found Folk with a bullet
hole in his head. He died before a
nhvsician could be summoned. Folk
was popular in socieiy, and chose
death rather than arrest.
THE MINERS WEAKENING.
Diiusiiiuir'o Eviction Notice in tie
Hauls of tiic Court.
A VRAXK.Y VUOWXEIi 11 1'.M).
Spocial by Thk United Pays.
Yicror.iA, B. C, July 17.- -The
Miners eviction notice served ten days
ago, came up before the court to-day.
The judge's decision i3 not 3 el given
but it probably will be an order to.
vacate houses of Dnnsmuirs in a week
or ten days. The minera are said to
be weakening, and many have op
pressed themselves ;is willing to go
back to work. "The mailer or the
evictions is now out of Dunsmuirs
hands and the law has to go on,
although if before an order to quit
expires, the men will go to work, the
process will be stayed. It is more
than probable that next week will Fee
a capitulation on the part of the
A Woman Cuts of f ISer IZnuil and
Tears ont an 5ye.
Speeal In lui: Ast.ikiav.I
London, duly 17. A horrible case
was reported al Bedlam hospital for
the insane yesterday. A female pa
tient who before her admission had
cut off her right hand, and tried to
pluck out her right eye during relig
ious insanity fiiiallj succeeded. Her
left hand had been placed in i c m
vas locked glove. She was lying in
bed and constantly watched by attend
ants, but notwithstanding the e!3u
watch she maiia-jcd to tear oil" tho
glove with her teeth, and free her
baud, after which she gouged out the
eye with her fingers. The patient is
still frantic, although sifter she had
removed the organ she seemed to tie
calmer. It i. said that she believed
that in tearing out her eye she wa
obeying a biblical command.
A Crowned Head L.osiiir
'hi: astjum .si
July YI.-Lp Siejle asserts
mac ex-i:ing iUiimi, ot bervin, is a
crank and the instances whicli it ad
duces of his peculiar behavior, indi
cate that he is insane.
Lc Hicijle says that he spealw of
himself as emperor of Europe, and
seems to have the most extraordinary
idea of his power and wealth. Physi
cians are in constant attendance upon
him, and keep a close watch on his
hallucinations, and the practical ef
fects of them, in order to be prepared
for any sudden development of Ids
American Xtiilomcn in t'erlin.
' Spcc:a! to Thk Astokian
13emx. duly 17. Last night th
American nilcmen arnveti at Berlin
from Oherlohnalein, iu the midst or a
heavy storm. Thev were met at the
station bv a large and enthusiastic
crowd. The city is handsomely dec
orated and brilliantly illuminated.
rirciiiiil I, oss of Ijifc.
! Soecsal to 1 in: Astokian.
QuiniEC, July 17. At two o'clock
this morning Delamcre ic Olelfs
saloon was burned, Pierre Miranda,
wire and three children were burned
to death. The firemen worked hard
and saved tho surrounding property,
unaware that the ocenpanh of the
upper story were roasting to death.
After lite llamas were extinguished,
five bodies were discovered, and it is
feared that others perished.
Special toTiiK Astokian.
London, Julv 17. -Count Conrad
i Stolberg, heir 'to one ot the-"richest
' German land owners, was accidentally
Kineu to-uay wnue our suooung.
FRIDAY, JULY IH. 1890.
THE HEW YORK LOCKOUT.
Little Hoses or a Compromise In the
TREVARLXC. 1'OR THE VRIXCE.
cp ciiluyTii . United Phk'S.
Boston, Mass., July 17. It i3 an
nounced that the scheme whereby all
the soda water and beer apparatus in
terests in the United States were to bo
amalgamated into a trust and sold to
Euglish capitalists, has fallen through,
the broker who was engineering the
deal, haviug cabled from London his
failure to orgauizo the necessary com
bination. THE CLOAK: 3XA:ERS.
Little "lopes of a Compromise.
Special to Tin: Avtokian.
New Yokk, July 17. The cloak
maker's lockont seems yet far from
ending. The Contractors Union is
inclined to repudiate the agreement
with the manufacturers, signed yes
terday by the contractors. The cut
ters went to work, but are dissatisfied
about the question of reimbursement
of wages for the time they wero locked
on1-. They will uot accept a small in
crease in wages, out tuey asK to-uay
for outright reimbursement. The
manufacturers seem very unwilling
to concede this. If they do not, how
ever, the cutlers will go out and tho
situation will be as bad as ever.
it. i?J. S?AS!,i:V.
A Narrative oi" ISis Earlj- Days.
Special., fin: Astoi::.n
Omaha, Neb., July 17. - Major St
A. D. Balacombe, late chairman of the
board of public works, and former
editor of the Omaha Republican.
to-day made public an interesting
story about Henry M. Stanley, which
has never found its way into print
Along in the seventies Stanley acted
as war correspondent ot the Now York
Herald, during tho Indian hostilities,
then in progress on the western
When he finished this work he came
to Omaha, and made his headquarters
at the Republican oftice, where he
slept in the press room. After re
maining iu Omnha abont a year he
went to Europe, and nothing more
was heard from him for a long time.
One day Mr. Balacombe received a
tetter from the Greek consul at New
York city, staling that an American
named Henry M. Stanley, and repre
senting himself jis a person of im
portance, had become engaged to a
Greek lady of rank in Athens, and
refencd her father to Mr. Balacombe,
among others, Tor his antecedents.
Mr. Stanley at that timer did not
bear such a" reputation in Omaha ci3
would recommend him as the son-in-law
of a person of rank, and Mr. Bala
combe never replied to the consul's
tiis: i:xii:ctei prince.
IEcrf'tf tons Planned in His
Spre'ul to T.ii: Ast."u:an.
Ni'.wpokt, 1. 1.. July 17. Arrange
ments sire under way for many enter
tainments of an elalwrate character,
on the arrival or prince George of
AValcs, who is expected July 31st.
Ward McAllister is arranging a sub
scription fete, in honor of the prince
and suite August 2nd, at McAllisters
summer house, with 250 invited
guests, and a picnic under McAllisters
supervision, August 2-jth.
Killed by tlieCars.
Special to Tin: Astoi:i..
Bkidgei-okt, Conn.. July 17. Dr.
Eugene Ealkncr, while on his way to
visit a patient this morning, was in
stantly killed on an unprotected cross
ing on North avenue, by a train on
the Housatouic By. He leaves a
a widow and five children, who are at
their cottage at the Adirondacks.
A fad in writing paper is what is
called lovers stationery. It is fino
note paper elegantly tinted, the most
fashionable shade being light pink.
The watermark, to be detected by
holdiug tiic sheet up to the light, is a
blending of two hearts pierced by au
arrow. In the lower corner of each
fourth ptige (or reverse of each second
half-sheet) appears what at first sight
looks life a blemish. But this is the
charming feature of the novelty; it is
the kissing sjiot, for here the corre
spondent presses his or her lips, and
thus a salute is wafted to the absent
lover. The kissing spot is about the
size of a 25-ccnt piece, and is covered
with a thin aromatic gum that im
parts to the lip3 a pleasant odor and
After two Brooklyn pngilists had
fought five rounds the other night and
were both ''badly used up," the mother
of one of them, so it is stated,appcared
on the scene, "knocked down a few of
the spectators with a club and scat
tered the others."
AH the patent medicines advertiser
in this paper, together with the choicest
J uc bought at the lowest prices atd.W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
pcnuincry, anil toilet articles etc.. can
FROM THE QCEA1T BEACH.
Lots 50x100 to
It Certainly Should, be in Cali
fornia. Special to The Astorian.1
New York, July 17. The Eceniny
Telegram, in an editorial, says there
is eminent fitness in the project to
make General Fremont's last resting
place, beneath the monument in Gol
den Gate park, of San Francisco. He
gained all his prominence in the great
west, when it was a trackless, untrod
den waste, and is more closely allied
with its early days of progress, than
with any other section of the country.
He always believed that himself,
and regarded the presidency of Cali
fornia, as successor of Sutter, one of
tho greatest honors of his life. Cali
fornia he looked upon as his home,
and the members of his family who
have been consulted, agree that Gol
den Gate park should hold his re
mains, and their wishes will no doubt
be complied with. It does not take
a century to erect a monument on the
Heavy Tlinndcr Storm.
Special to Thk Astorian.1
Reading, Pa., July 17. A heavy
thunder storm prevailed in this sec
tion to-night. Considerable damage
was done to wires, crops, etc.
MURDER WILL OUT."
Tie. Mystery of tlie Yillari Hotel
A HEATH JlElt COXVESSIOX.
Special liy Thk United muss.
PomitVND, Or., July 17. This
morning Henry Summerfield, a com
mercial traveler doing business be
tween San Francisco, this city and the
sound, informed a Telegram reporter
that he imagined the Kneally mystery
to be solved, ne showed the reporter
a letter dated Springfield, jtfass., con
toining a small slip from a SpringGeld
paper, making the announcement that
on the day preceding its publication,
a man giving his name a3 Patrick H.
Dolan, died at the county hospital of
Bnghts disease. He was conscious
up to within a few moments of his
demise and stated to an attendant that
he wished to make a confession of a
great crime to some Catholic clergy
man. Dolan in his confession stated that
he formerly lived in Oregon, and in
the latter part of lbab, he and another
man murdered a stranger in an old
hotel foundation in Portland. There
is no reason to doubt that the de
ceased was one of the two who cut
Thomas Kneally to death, in tho base
ment ot the Villard hotel, now the
In his confession, Dolan made no
allusion as to how he managed to get
away from here. In fact he stated no
more than that he murdered a man in
tho hotel basement here.
The efforts of'the Portland police to
capture the assassin or assassins, were
untiring for months. JNumerous ar
rests were made, but the fearful crime
could not be fastened upon any one
taken into custody. Chief detective
Gritzmacher, who was captain of po
lice on the 7th day of November, 18SG,
stated that he well remembers that
the detectives had their work centered
upon two men. "When asked as to
whether one of them was Patrick Do
lan, he replied that then he was not
personally engaged upon the case, but
notwitlistanding that, the name is fa
miliar to him.
Judge Stearns, when spoken to rela
tive to the Kneally murder, stated to a
reporter of this paper this afternoon,
that he distinctly remembers one of
the suspects of the crime to havo been
named Dolan, but it had escaped his
memory until refreshed. There is no
doubt, however, that there are many
who will confess to having known the
self-confessed murderer in his life
A Distinguished Devil.
Few uewapapers in Georgia can
boast of such a "devil" as the one in
the oflice of the Macon county Citizen.
He was once a representative in the
Georgia legislature from "Warren
county, and spent two, or perhaps
four, years in that capacity. He says
he was a member "when they turned
all tho niggers out. and dem was bad
days. But they resot urn again an
paid um up for lost time, and dat
made things even." Tiring of politics,
he says he turned his attention to
religion and entered the ministry,
where "de pickin's have been only
middlin'." Bending under the weight
of 70 years, he has now gone into "de
printin' business." Atlanta Consti
tution. Children Hry for Pitcher's Castoria
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
57hea sho was a Child, aho cried for Castoria,
SVhen she became Miss, sho clung to Castoria,
Then she had Children, she gave them Castoria
350 feet, $40 to
sire Austin House, Seaside,
A DISAPPOINTED ROBBER.
He ReceiYei Ninety Cents for His
CRUISE OT" TUE " AJT,7tATROSS.
Special by The United Tkess.
San Diego, July 17. A bold rob
bery took place at the ticket office of
the Coronado f erry, on the other side of
the bay, last night about 10 o'clock, and
the robber ha3 not been captured
Miss Louise Harrison is cashier. She
was alone in the office just after tho
motor train had carried a load of
passengers from the landing to Hotel
del Coronado. She suddenly looked
up and found a pistol in her face, held
by a man with a handkerchief over his
eyes and who was in. his stocking feet,
He said he would shoot her if she
made a sound, and then in a nervous
manner he went through the money
drawer. He only found ninety cents,
however, failing to pull ont the drawer
far enough to secure $30 or $-10 in
gold in the back compartment, and
after cautioning tho girl on pain of
death, against making an outcry, he
disappeared in the darkness.
All this time, the watchman had
been sitting about fifteen feet from
the girl's desk on the wharf, outside,
and as soon as he was notified of the
occurrence, he made search for the
man. The robber begged the girl's
pardon before he left and said that he
was out of monev.
IntcrcstinfrCrniscof tlie Steamer
Special lo Tut: Astokian.I
San Fuancisco, July 17. Lieuten
ant commander Nicols, TJ. S. N., an
Alaska coast pilot, has received a
letter from Captain Tanner, of the
United States fish commission steamer
Albatross, dated Onnalaska, Alaska,
The letter states that a reconnais
sance had been made from Protection
point to Fort Alexander, which will
give a good general idea of the river.
The head of Bristol bay was visited,
and tho mouth of the Isaknek river
examined. One of the Walrus group
was located by observations on the
shore by artificial process, and a run
ning survey was made as the group
was passed. Two or three islands and
several rocks were mapped out.
The ship went through Hagemeister
channel, which was found all right
and simple enough if there had been
no charts to mislead. The Tauskok
vim was ascended a dozen or 13 miles
above "Good News bay," by which
was gained somo experience in middle
grounds and sand bars. The ship was
managed to be kept alloat, however,
and a channel was found at last.
The vessel arrived at uunaiasKa a
week before the date of tho letter, to
be coaled. The Araao. Bear, Dora
and Karluk, were in port at that
time. The St. Paul arrived on the
morning of the 23rd of Juno. Captain
Tanner expected to pull out iu a
short time for Bristol bay, whcro5ie
expected to work up a little more ex
perience. Port Harden, just above cape Strogs
roll, was one of tho problems on hand.
Port Molterand Herenden bay will
also receive his attention on this
His EAt'c is Prolonged.
Special to Thk Astokian.
OiiyMMA, Wtish., July 17. A fur
ther reprieve has been granted by the
governor, in the case of Bichardson
Anderson, sentenced by tho superior
court of Kittitas county to bo hanged
on the 23rd of May last. Anderson
secured a respite on the 12th of May,
but on account of his having to have
a hearing before the supreme court,
he has been given a further extension
TMKOWA FKOI?2 A CART.
One Lady Killed ami Another
Special to Thk astokian.
Newpokt. CaL. July 17. Mrs.
Charles Kimball of this place, and
Miss Maud Stevens of San Francisco,
were thrown from a cart hist evening,
killing Mrs. Kimball and seriously in
juring Miss Stevens.
Thcllale oi" tin- ivy Arreted.
Sp-flti lo'liii. As oi:tN.
Portland, July 17. Second nvtlc
Landon, of tin- Amcric-m j-hip eg,
was arrested this afternoon by deputy
United States marshal Miller, on the
charge of extreme cruelly lo his
sailors. The complaint was .sworn to
by A. A. "Wagle, one of the sailors.
OU1C LITTLE WORKIKS AND ILLS.
1 1 is the little things of life, the wonies of
to-day and to-mcrrow, that inaUes the
crow'sfect around our eyes. So the little
-pains of an hour or a minute break down
the constitution. Look after the little ills.
liRiNDitirru s P11.1.S cure dyspepsia, or
Indigestion, headache, pain in the shoul
ders, coushs. tichtnes of the cheat, dizzi
ness, sour stomach, bad taste- m the mouth,
bilious attack?, palpitation of the heart, in
flammation of the lung?. Pain in the region
of the kidneys, and a hundred other pain
ful symptoms are the offspring or dyspepsia.
One or two pills every niht is suir,cient.
ISrvndkktii's Pills arc sold iu every
drug and medicine store, either plain or
PRKE FIVE CENTS
THE BALI murder.
Facts Developed, at tiic InqHest.
Special to The Astokian.1
MarysyttiTiK, CaL, July 17. The
post mortem examination held on. the
remains of Geo. Ball, who was clubbed,
robbed, and the place set on fire for
the purpose of destroying the body;
which was terribly burned about the
head, disclosed the fact that not one
of the many wounds on the head
would cause death, and that he suffo
cated as was shown by dust from the
straw, and effects of smoke in the
lungs. The coroner's jury sworn in
last evening viewed the remains, and
were discharged until to-night to give
the police further time to work on the
case. Two men were seen running
away from the scene of the fire, about
fifteen minutes before tho alarm was
sounded, but no trace has been found
of them yet.
Crocker A: Co. nave Another Fire.
Special to The Astorian.
San Eranctsco, July 17. A fire
early this morning, caused by an over
heated stove m the book binding de
partment on the fifth floor ot the
building, occupied by the printing
firm of H. S. Crocker & Co., caused a
los3 of $10,000.
A MISSING MAN.
Pro u ably
Evil lea By
Special to The Astorian.
Helena, Montana, July 17. Last
April John W. McLeod, secretary and
treasurer of the Holter Hardware com
pany, and confidential secretary of A.
Holter, a millionaire mining man, left
Helena, presumably for the Flathead
country for rest. McLeod did not re
turn and Holter becoming alarmed
sent a man to look for him. The
messenger has just returned and says
he could find no trace of the missing
man. Several men have been killed
in the Flathead country this year by
Indians, and it is thought that Mc
Leod has been killed.
A fifteen Thousand Dollar
Special to Tun Astokian.
Eed BtUFF, CaL, July 17. This af
ternoon a fire broke out in the upper
story of tho Corrigan brick building,
and completly burned the north hall
of the block, containing a drug store,
tailor shop, two saloons, one restau
rant and a lodging house. Many
other buildings were damaged. The
loss is about 15,000.
The Calf's Feeling Not Considered.
Sunday school teacher (concluding
the parable of the prodigal son)
And then the father killed the fatted
calf. "Wasn't that noble and generous.
Freddy Hojack Yes, bnt it was
tough on the calf. Chicago Inter
Ocean. 0 TO
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