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VOL. XL. NO. 14U.
' ASTORIA. OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE IS, 181KJ.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS,
Continued till old stock is closed out
at cost. New Goods arriving sold at
W. W. PARKER, Assignee.
Largo and fissorlod-stock of Firo Works, Bunting,
Muslin and Flags of all. sizos just received, from
Wo desire lo close out. the entire stock atoiuv
find will sell at bed rock prices.
GRIFFIN &, REED,
NOVEL PROGRAM AT IDE FJUB
Fitting Celebration of the Battle
Bonier Hill. .
STRANGE MIXTURE OF RAOES
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V A. O-.i-VeUSly,
A. ATTOIUNKV AT LAW.
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Third mi l Genevieve -.r,re.tts ; up .ilain.
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A -loria Nai anal B ink,
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hi', u. i-.'l'.H'K as a INSURANCE AGENT
fiiee II (teuiou sued, Astoria, Oregon.
D?. t.l IV JAMSOW. "
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illwov.r Oi(iiirmJI,)tliiug Store, hours, 10 to
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p-:cM.l. llll--lllit-ll io isisea-se Ol women ait.l
. urrf.-i.v. uuiceovcr l)j izh;er's more Astoila
I. W. CASE,
Tkansact: a Genehal Bahcino Bbsikess.
Drafts drawu nvallalile hi nnypHr-ol the D
8 anil Europe, ami on Hong Kong, (Jliins,
Oflioe Hours:--10 M. to 8 P. M.
Oild Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon
Chief JiiBllee Fuller Overrules Hie Sun
illly Clonliifr DnclHlon of the Federal
I. W. CASE,
German-American, Sew York City, N. Y,
Union Firo and Marine, of New Zealand.
National Firo and ilaiino Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Connecticut Firo lus. Co., of Hartford.
Home Mutual Ins. Co., of San fransisco.
fhum, of London. Imperial, of London.
Sow York Plato Class Ins. Co.
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r i d wiliee iir ihel'oiiris, and involv
, . i . :tit-e o.' the General Laud Olllce.
JR CXlWSRlUCH St. C3 WINC.
LAW OFFICE, OREGON l ITY.OK.
Hpe-tii! a:tentlon aivim to land business. Met
IV. .hii'i i :iestert'is or nie-uniilon chiims and
ti.ii1!. I .iid juireb ne.s sliown every Hriviiutitse
i'i ni'- nitv. ior Ks isttince in mr.Klng lluai
pr i .'..in on 114.
THE ASTORIA SAVIES BANE
Acts as trustee for orporatlous and Individ
ualB Deposit-it nollolted
Interest will bo allowed on navlngn deposit,
On ordinary saving- n iot 4 per ceti: no
On term eavln?Htiool(s6pi)r cent, per autem:
On certillea'.es of deposit:
ror inreo iiioiunn, 4 per cent, per annum
For six months, ft per cent, per annum.
Fur twelve months, per cent, per annum
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vp.rorm Butlaing & Loan Association
fR lE!ir LA It MliETI NG8 OF THIH ASSO
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W. I.. BOHB,
I JKI.ULAR MEETINGS, HRHT AM'
t-1 third Tuesday eveulngs of each mnin-n
it 8 o'eloek.
" IVrnons desiring to hare matten, aeted ujtoc
by the Council, at any regular mct-l-i (t must
presi ui ili? same to toe Auititor ni e . ill
on or oorore the hriday eve'io.)? prior t..bf
I ii"oay on wmco tlie tlouocl) ho'il" i' reiu!a
mef tlliK- K- OSLUKN,
Auditor and Police J iidce.
Itoard uf Pilot Corninlssionert.
rTWK REGULAIl MEETINGS OF THIS BOARD,
X. win oe neia on me urst iionuny. of eaeb
nionlli at 10 a. in. ntlhe olriee of Kohl-& Par
ker. W. L. P.OBB..J.tc
8!ftiuii.re cn every boUle of Orlirtnl k 0nu!ne. .
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Associated Press. .
Chicago, June' 17. The Russian ex
hibit In the manufacturers' building
was formally opened this morning. The
ceremonies were according to the1 ritual
of the Greek church.
This Is the anniversary of the battle
of Bunker Hill, and was appropriately
set apart by the management of the
fair as Massachusetts day for the dedi
cation of the Massachusetts j building.
The sons of the old Bay State were re
ceived from 11 to 2 by Governor Rus
sell and ex-Governors Rlee and Long.
Among those received were ex-PresI-
dent Harrison and Vice-President Ste
venson. - ......
It was a strange procession, probably
unparalleled In .history, . which wound
among the palaces of the great white
city today. Representatives of the
most untutored savages gathered from
the rour corners of the earth and the
Island of the sea, and Intermingled
with the representatives of the oldest
civilizations and other queer, outland
ish people. . The denizens of that mot
ley place, Midway plaisance, turned
out In full force.
The Sons and Daughter of the Ameri
can Revolution also celebrated the an
niversary of the battle of Bunker Hill
in the hall in the White City. General
Horace Porter, the society president,
offered prayer, John W. Hutchinson
sang "The Sword of Bunker Hill."
Chauncey M. Depew was orator of the
day. The axe used by Hon. William E.
Gladstone in felling trees at Hawarden
will be exhibited In its forestry build
ing in a few days. - "
The official returns show yesterday's
attendance at the fair to have been
Taken as a whole, today was one . of
the most successful the World's Fair
hns seen, and 179,524 people visited the
grounds. School children were out by
thousands, swarming everywhere.
This afternoon a portion, of the cele
brated, Blarney stone was placed in
the balttlements, of the reproduced
Blarney castle at the Irish, village.
Mayor Harrison performed the cere
mony and initiated the proceedings by
loyally saluting the stone.
er, or contractor, but cared to know
nothing about his skill or ability. An
architect testified that the cement used
in the work was "little better than
mud." The builder said the manner of
doing the work was suicidal.
AVERSE TO THE ARMY BILL.
Berlin, June 17. Reports from 242
districts show 120 deputies elected. Of
those elected 53 will vote for the army
bill and 67 against
Returns from 848 election districts
received up to S o'clock this evening
show the election of 49 centrists, 87
conservatives, 24 social democrats, 17
national liberals. Nina centrists are in
favor of the bill, 3 Rlchterists, 4 Volk
sparter, 13 Poles, 6 Alsatians?, 3 anti
Scmltlc and three wild, . with 180 re-
ballots necessary. Am analysis of the
rJballots shows the social democrats
end national liberals will figure chiefly
in them, with the Rlchterists and cen
trists a long way behind. .The defeat
of the Rlchterists appears to be irre
trievable, but the Berlin Frelssinnlge
Zeitung finds comfort in predicting that
the ultimate poll of the party, com
bined with the Volksparter, centrists
and socialists, will form an overwhelm
Ing pleblsclt against the army bill.
At midnight, omitting the districts
where reballots are necessary, and with
thirty districts to hear from, the army
blU parties had 83 seats, opposition
parties, 85. AH depends upon the sec
MBS. POTTER PALMER OFFENDED
Cliicap Society Demands Too Mucli
From 1!ig Infanta.
EU1.AI.1E 5 tf.v A S!'At'F.Mi;Nl
The lilengo Pre Ooimni-itla on Her
Conduct-She Is ICvldeuily
HILL'S EXCESSIVE MODESTY.
New York, June 17. A close friend
of senator David B. H1U told a World
reporter that the senator had aban
doned the Intention to go west as
chairman of the sub-committee on
immlgratioji The Senator, received
letters and telegrams from all over the
west begging him to name dates bn
which he could be a guest at dinners.
These have been so numerous that he
concluded his acceptance would savor
of "swinging around the circle." The
people would say he was hunting for
the presidential nomination and pro
posed to show himself off. Rather
than place himself in that attitude the
Senator decided not to go.
COULDN'T STAND THE RUN.
SUNDAY OPENING WINS.
Chicago, June 17. Chief justice Ful
ler this morning overruled the decis
ion of the federal circuit court, which
Issued an injunction restraining the
directors of the World's Fair from
opening the gates on Sunday. The
restraining order of the circuit court
preventing the opening of the gates
on Sundays must therefore be set
aside and the case remanded. The de
cision settles the matter finally, as an
appeal to the supreme court could not
be heard until Octorber, when the fair
will be ended.
EFFECTS OF THE DECISION.
Attorney-General Olney Suggests Some
Washington, June 17. Speaking of
the decision of the circuit court of ap
peals today on the opening of the
World's Fair on Sunday, Attorney-Gen
eral Olney said It was certain, to his
mind, that the government could not
now give the World's Fair authorities
the $200,000 which was still retained
iii the treasury, but which had been ap
propriated upon certain conditions.
Doubtless he would be confronted with
a proposition to take steps to recover
the $190,000 already paid out. He could
not say what course he would pursue.
Perhaps the gate money could bs im
pounded to reimburse the government;
still he was not entirely clear as to
this, and would have to consider the
matter more in detail. Another ques
tion affected by the decision was the
government exhibits. It wan entirely
cleex that the government exhibits
could not bo open on Sunday, but the
conditions Imposed might prevent the
government exhibits from being open
on any day. He hardly thought, how
ever, the law would bear this construc
THE WASHINGTON ACCIDENT.
Washington, June 17. Contractor
George W. Dant is severely conden.ned
by the evidence given at the corroner's
Inquest over the remain of the Ford's
theater victims. The United Slates
goernment also comes in for its share
of the condemnation for the methods of
doing the work. Thomas J. Kane, con
tractor, said the government would
not pay fair prices for good work. The
government, raid Kane, posted (is If
as to the financial standing of n l.ulM-1
San Bernadlno, Cal., June 17. This
morning the Farmers' Exchange Bank
failed ta open Us doors, but instead
hung up a card: "Bank closed. Depos
itors will be paid in full." For the last
three days there has been a steady run
beginning on Wednesday and closing
on Friday - night, when the amount
drawn out in cash reached $57,500. The
bank telegraphed yesterday to one of
its stockholders in San Francisco for
$50,000, but the money could not be ob
tained in time yesterday. Local banks
here advanced $12,000, but the amount
was too small, to meet the emergency.
HARDWARE FIRM ASSIGNS.
Racine, Wis., June 17. One of the
heaviest failures in the history of Ra
cine occurred this afternoon. The well
known Racine Hardware Manufactur
ing Company assigned. Liabilities,
$400,000. . '
WHEN CONGRESS WILL MEET.
New York, June 17. It !s reported
on the authority of a friend of presi
dent Cleveland that as the result of
advices as to the favorable attitude of
members of congress regarding the
repeal of the Sherman silver purchase
act, he will call congress in special
session before September 1.
NO MIDSUMMER SESSION.
Washington, June 17. A renewal of
the baseless rumor that the president
intends to call a midsummer session of
congress meets a flat contradiction in
every well-informed quarter here.
FREIGHT TRAINS , COLLIDE.
Cameron, W. Va., June 17. Freight
trains on the Baltimore & Ohio road.
going thirty miles an hour, collided on
thi; Wg Board Tree tunnel grade early
this morning, wrecking both engines
and twenty cars. Engineers Dean and
Kinney, fireman Fisher and two other
train men were killed.
THE PARADE POSTPONED.
Boston, June 17. Bunker Hill day
was very inauspicious for the celebra
tion arranged, the rain falling continu
ously and ruining the decorations, The
parade was postponed. The banks and
business houses were closed.
FALSIFIED THE BOOKS.
Omaha, June 17. C. W. Mosher, pres
ident of the wrecked Capital National
bank, of Lincoln, pleaded gullly In the
federal court this morning to falsifying
the books of the bank. Sentence was
THE VAYKYRIE WINS.
New York, June 17. The Herald this
morning has a three-column, double-
leaded interview with members of the
Eulalle party and the princess Eulalle
herself In answer to the recent com
ments by western papers upon her con
duct In Chlengo. Princess Eulalle is
quoted as saying: "Everything the
duke said to you can be considered as
a persj:n:.l ttutement from me." She
also said: "I read the comments of the
Chicago press, and I am completely
surprised. From the very beginning
I tried to please my hosts and make
friends. It astonishes me to read that
I offended anybody. No one offended
me. I was tired and sleepy and ill
whc.i I went to Mrs. Potter-Palmer's
house, I stayed there until all the pre
sentations were over, and my head
ached so I could not remain t pnriake
of supper. It is too bud, but you must
remember I had much to wear out my
strength. How could I think of offend
lng Mrs. Palmer? She Is a chnrmlg
CONTRACTOR ROSS' RAILROAD.
The Decision of the Seattle Court Re
ferred to Mr, Olney.
Washington) June 17. Information
has Just reached the war department
of the decision by the United States
District Court at Seattle in the case of
Contractor Ross, who is constructing
a railroad across the Puyallup reser
vation. If sustained in the decision It
will have an Important bearing on the
Indian policy of the government, and
thientens to Invalidate the allotment
system. The decision declares the gov
ernment has lost entirely the power to
control the use of the hinds allotted to
Indians, he matter has been referred
to the attorney general, and It Is prob
able that an appeal will nt once be
ARRIVAL OF THE VIKING SHIP.
New York, June 17. Those hardy
Norsemen, Captain Anderson and crew,
sailed Into the port of New York today
with the counterpart of the Viking ship
of old, find wer given n reception fur
different from that their ancestors re
ceived fi ui lr.iv i .1 nnd ,'.!:r.l; yetxr.
before Columbus limited On tin shores
of the New World. T1k Vikln.f
down from New London, Conn., in iov,
She was met by a steam barge- wlih r,
committee of reception on board. There
was a' great blowing of whistles and
dipping of flags, nnd the band plnycd
the Viking march.
TOURING THE COUNTRY.
-New York, June 17. Monslgnor Sa
tolll, apostolic delegate, and party have
left Washington for an extended tour
throughout the west. St. Paul will be
the first objective point. When the
party resumes the tour westward it
will be in the sumptoun private" cor of
James J. Hill, president of the Great
Northern railroad. Hill and Archbishop
Ireland will remain with Satoll! dur
ing tire continuance of of the trip, Sat-
olll will visit Puget Sound, and mny go
cheap fares until after August Int. No
Immediate action will be taken to mee:
the rates made).
Chicago, June 17. The International
Typographical Union has decided to
ninke public the report of the investi
gation of the Childs-Drexei Horn-- i
Col'umlo Springs. It wan found, it It
said, that the funds had bv?n grisnly
mismanaged. The home was not built,
according to the specifications, and In
at present In danger of collapsing. Th
board of trustees were found guilty o'
violation of their trust, and J. !'
Vaughn, of Colorado Springs, and Aug
ust Donath, of Washington, found es
pecially responsible for the stole of af
fairs. It was decided not to, prosecute,
but to remove the offending trustees.
The? sum of $5,500 was appropriated to
put the home in proper condition.
SHORT WORK OF A BANDIT.
Dunsellh, N. D., June 17. An un
known cowboy entered the Turtle.
Mountain bank, held up the cashier,
robbed the bank of $1,000 and escaped
to the mountains. He returned nnd fu
tally shot a man mimed McRea, a clerk
In a store, without provocation. Th.
citizens gathered and Mayor Maker
shot the bandit's horse. The citizens
then ran the robber down and killed
NEW INDIAN AGENTS.
Washington, June 17. The president
today detailed a number of army offi
cers to act as Indian agents. Amonj;
them was Captain Joseph Hale, of the
Third Infantry, at Colvllle agency,
Washington; Captain John T. Van Ors
dale, Seventh Infantry, at Fort Hal!
agency, Idaho, and Captain W. IT,
Rogers, Seventeenth Infantry, at Warm
Springs agency, Idaho.
EPIDEMIC OF FEVER.
WATER SPOUT IN MEXICO.
City of Mexico, June 17. The town
of Utzmatlan was visited by a water
spout, doing great damage. It burst
unexpectedly over the town at mid
night. The flood covered the entire
town, the water rising to a height of
four feet inside the houses. The peo
ple were panic stricken, and mnny men,
women and children were drowned
A great many families are homeless.
The City council has Issued on appeal
sklng for relief,
A VALUABLE HUSBAND,
London, June 17. The regattarof the
Royal Yacht Club was held today ever
the usual course. The Valkyrie won,
Briilannia second, Satanlia third.
CUR R ENCY S II I PM DNTiS.
New York, June 17. Th shipments
of currency by the banks of New York
to tiiM iiil.-tior t'Miay if STej-Tited $1.27,-
Carson, Nev., June 17. Tn the cane
f Mrs. H. M, Joneon, who sued the
Southern Pacific railroad company fur
5,000 damages for the death of the
husband, an engineer who was Jolted
off a defective engine and killed In
AtiguHt, IS'JO, the Jury; after being out
for two hours, brought In a verdict for
the widow for the full amount. The
d'-fendant was allowed n stay of pro.
ceedlng fur thirty d'ty3.
TI1H RATE WAR.
Chicago, June 17. Eastern roads are
not disposed to 1' t the recent cuts
made, by the Great Northern and
Northern p;u-lfli- hurry thm Into a
fight, tbouKh there. I dir. In tn
fact .Jtoi iftej' are d.-eidi-dly Worried
over the banee of a r-fte war petting
In Jtmt a tb"y r)'-fdcJ lo run no
WoT-hVs Tvle ovrurl, ,rt rr t-n r-r-..
Iron Wood, Mich., June 17. The epi
demic of typhoid fever here is the wors;
ever known In the state. The public
schools have closed for ten days on ac
count of the disease. The armory and
other available buildings have been
turned into hospitals. The physicianB
are falling Blck themselves from over
work and losss of sleep. The sick unm-
ber neurly 400 now, and the deaths aiv
from six to ten dully.
THE COWBOY RACE.
Onell, Neb., June 17. Mtddleton, Oil-
lepsle, and Stevensson the leaders of the
cowboy race, arrived here at 1:28 today,
They are In good shape and feeling
well. Albright Is not with them.
Douglass, Jones, Campbell and Reivy
registered at Lone Pine early thii
morning. The horses are In good shape
and have stood the work s: far re
New York. June 17. Hu d . p.irture.t
for Europe today by the largo fleet of
trans-Atlantic steamers were fully tin
large ns those on the previous Satur
day, anj wll exceed 2,000. The east
ward traffic seems to be In excess of
that to the west, and so far the ex
pected World's Fair ru.ih has fulled to
A DRAW WITH DIXON.
New York, June 17. Jerry Barnett,
the pride of Pell street got a draw
with the champion George Dixon to
night according; to referee John Kelh-y,
at the boxing tournament at the acad
emy of music. The boys fought four
. THE SCHOOL QUESTION.
Baltimore, Md., .June 17. Cardinal
Gibbons has received a long expected
letter from the holy father on the
school question, with a request to send
copies of It to all the episcopates of the
THE NEW YORK ACCEPTED. '
Wuwhlngton, June 17. The acting sec
retary of the navy has accepted the
new rruleer New York, as the result of
her successful trial. By today's no
tion the builders of the vessel will re
ceive about $700,000. ; .
FATALITIES AT AFIRE.
Coney Inland, N. Y., June 17. A
fire occurred this morning resulting in
a loss of $50,000 and the death by burn
ing of John CI. Madden, and the Berl
ins burning of several other firemen.
HE WILL BE CONVICTED.
Merced, Cal., June 17. W. A. Rucke,-,
father of the girl who eloped wit'.
Preacher Reanieg, started for Victor!
this morning with proof that hii
daughter Is under Blxteen years old.
WILL ACT AS ARBITRATOR,
New York, Juno 17. President Cleve
land has consented to serve as mid-
tr.ilor in the dispute between Brazil
and Arglntlne over the possession of
the state of Panama.
: THE STRIKERS QUIKT.
T.niawnnda, N. Y., June i7.-Tw.-t
hundred additional trmtni im.-o t.......
rdered here as a matter of tir. m ,,,
S?alr);;t further trouble with thf ;:inU-
. A!! 1- n.'.w ,mi,l.