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Kansas Cltv. Feb. 10. Capt. ,'W. D.
Hogerty,' an Inspector attached to the
treasury department, today called on
Common Picas Judge Andrews, Who on
Tuesday granted final naturalization
papers to Quon Loy, a Chinese, and de
manded that the Judge recall the pa
pers, as they were Issued in violation
of a law which prohibits the. naturaliza
tion of Chinamen. Judge Andrews reaul
ly acquiesced In the Inspector's demand
,and probably Loyswill be deprived of
his American citizenship within a day
or two, if he can be found. Inspector
Hogerty threatened to proceed against
Judge Andrews if the papers are not
'A FORTUNE FOR A FIGHT. .
New York. Feb.' 10. James Mitchell
president of the Otsego, Mich., Sports
man Association, has sent the following
dispatch to the Associated Press: At a
meeting of the Sportsman Association
held here today, it was decided to offer
$60,000 for the Corbctt-Jackson mill, the
fight to take place on Government
Island,, in. Klaamazoo river, one mile
from any railroad. The money has been
subscribed by prominent business men
of this place, who go "Into the scheme
as a speculation. '
FURNISHED BONDS. ;
Kansas City, Feb. 10. Populist J. A.
Smith, arrested last night on a charge
of criminal libel,; was released on $1,-
000 bond today. He has retained Mrs.
Mary Lease to defend him, and a racy
trial is expected, as It was Mrs. Lease
who gave Smith the letter which he In
turn furnished tho newspapers that
caused the trouble.
" WHIP AND SPUR.
San Francisco, Feb. 10. Tho winners
of today's races, with the time made In
each event, were as follows:
Six furlongs Roadrunner, 1:17 1-2.
I Three furlongs Kitty Scott, 0:38 1-2.
One mile Wlldwood, 1:50.
Steeplechase Longwelt, 3:36 1-4.
' Five furlongs Zeelem, 1:051-4.
RELIEF FOR KEARSAROE CREW.
Washington, Feb. 10. The navy d(s
partmcnt is In correspondence- with tht
New York agents of the City of Para,
which has gone after the ship's com
pany of the Kearsarge. The department
believes relief reached the ship's com
pany today, and they will be back li.
Colon tomorrow. , ,
ATHLETIC RECORDS BROKEN.
Boston, Feb. 10. At tonight's meeting
of the Boston Athletic association, Swee
ney, of Davles, broke the in-door high
Jumping record by a quarter cf an
Inch, making 6 feet il-4 Inches. Ber
nard, of Dorchester, broke the In-door
three standing Jumps by 1 1-2 inches,
making 34 feet 0 inches.
Elmlrn, N. Y., Feb. 10. No clue has
been obtained to the whereabouts of
John W, Love, the missing cashier of
the Watklns bank. The suicide theory
is scouted. It is believed he is now
bound for foreign parts. , It is thought
the shortage will reach at least $110,000.
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DETAILED Tq, BEHRINQ SEA.
Washington, Feb. 10. The United
States steamship Nlilc, undergoing re
pairs at Mare Island navy yard, Is t
have her batteries changed for sen-Ice
in Retiring sea patrol.
8LOSSON THE WINNER.
Boston, Feb. 10. -Sloflfton beat Ives to
night in tho billiard tournament (KM) to
467 thus winning fust prUe; Sclmefer,
second; Ives, third.
TREATY SIGNED. "
Berlin, Feb. 10. Tho Russo-Qerman
treaty has been plgned by both coun
DEATH OF AN EX -CONGRESSMAN
Wilmington, DW., Feb. R Ex-Con
gressman James Bush, of Iofland,
STREET BONDS FOR SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that scaled
proposals will be received by the Audit'
r and Police Judge of the city of As
toria, Clatsop county, Oregon, until
March 1st, 18D4, at 3 o'clock p. m., for
the sole of Astoria street bonds, in the
num. of $3,000.00, at per cent, interest,
for Ten Years. For full particulars ad
dress K. Osburn, Auditor and Police
Judge, Astoria, Oregon. .
The right to reject any and all bids Is
' My order of the Common Council.
. Attest: K. OSBURN.
Auditor and Police Judge,
. Astoria, Oregon, Feb. 10, 1894.
MIDWINTER FAIR TICKETS.
Commencing with the steamship Col
umbia, leaving Astoria Wednesday,
January !u. the Union raclfia win
sell round trip tickets to San Francisco
at the rate of $22.00. These tickets will
be limited to SO diwys from date of sale.
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