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TELEGRAPHIC itRESS REPORT.
VOI-. XLIV. NO. 51.
ASTORIA. OREGON, SUNDAY jlUKNING, MARCH S, 1895.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
PL If ffl Mill
tP- , cari iiji ' i.-a iin. i it-v ivvi i i it
ZWr-S -N.-sW "w -c sss A.iiSI Issl LSa I B A IM 1 1 SC "s
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed.lProvisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Cass aud Squemoque Streets. Astoria, Ore.
FREEMAN & HOLMES,
Special attention paid to staamboat re.
pairing, drst-clasp horseshoeing, etc.
LOGGING CAJflP OJORK R SPECIALTY
197 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth Astoria, Or.
C.J. TRENCH ARD, Agent
Wells, Fargo & Co. and
Pacific Express Co-
H0YIE and PtfOEfllX INSURANCE CO'S
Custom House Broker
and Commission Merchant
5oa Bond Street.
HAVE YOU A WIFE?
' Have you any little ones? If
so, buy a lot on the Seashore, and
build them a summer home.
Ther Is no more beautiful place
than Silver Point Cliffs. E. Z.
Ferguson, agent. Astoria Ab
Snap A Kodak
at any man coming out of
our Btoro mul you'll get a
portrait of a nmn brimming
i.ver with pleasant thoughts.
Bnth quality In the liquor
we have to oiler are enough to ,
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Corpe and Try Them.
HUGHES & CO.
Is there a man with heart so cold,
That from his family would withhold
The comforts which they all could find
In articles of FURNITURE of th
And we would suggest at this season,
nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or se
of Dining Chairs. We have the larges
and finest line ever shown in the city
and at prices that cannot fail to pLeas
the closest buyers.
HEILBORN & SON.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Concntnly St.. foot of Jackson. Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Land and Marine Engines. Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Castings of All Descriptions Made to Order on
John Fox. President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vice President
O. B. Prael Secretary
Epicures say the best
Pork Sausage combines
tlic fl.ivnr of of lean nip
Hergen's.pork with the flaky fat
and the fines herbs.
We furnish the table with this kind of
sausage that pleases the veriest epicure.
Portland Butchering Co's Marke
Corner Second and Benton streets.
Corner Third and West Eighth street
Something about pianos, for we have
bought and sold them for a life time.
The knowledge thus gained has proved
to us that the Chlckering, the Hard
man and the Fischer are the best pi
anos now before the public. They
ahow perfection in every detail.
WILEY B. ALtLiEJJ CO.
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to fishermen
on the Columbia river that stand in
the same relationship to Marshall's
Twine as a wooden image does to the
human being they lack strength life
evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself Into the belief that other
twines besides Marshall's will do "just
as well." They won't. They cannot.
Lessons given by Mr. Emil Thlelhorn,
graduate of the Hamburg Conservatory,
Germany; also a member of the Chicago
Musical Society. Studio, corner of 12th
and Commercla streets, up stairs.
For any kind of coal, hard or soft,
or coke, the best pla-e to get it is of
the Astoria Transfer Company 423
Commercial street. Telephone No. 12.
Osgood .pwniiE go.
The One Price Clothiers,
500 and 608 COMMERCIAL
of men to do all sorts of figuring on, and we sell a belter
made class of tne good.-t than most stores do. Iry em.
GRIFFIN & REED.
The Packers of Choice
olumbia River Salmon
Astoria Pk g Co.....
Booth A. Pk'gCo...
J, Q Megler&Co
riihercnen'i Pkg Co..
PIANOS and ORGANS.
a6 & Rockwell St.
Chicago, III. Chicazo, III.
Pacific Coast Office anJ Warerooma,
335 WorrUon, cor 7th SL Portland, Oregon.
L. V. MOORE, manager.
Are always recognized even
by the little street arabs. I
you buy your clothing or
have it ma J? by us from our
well assorted stock, you are
sure to have best quality, lat
est style, best fit and low
est price either in Men's
and Boys' Clothing.Fur
nishing Goods, Hats
Caps, Boots. Shoes,
Trunks, Valiaes, etc
Hatters and Furnishers
STREET, ASTORIA, OR.
Are you a man that works for a
living a man that gets up at o a,
m. and builds the fire and then
out and builds a house? Are
a man that digs in the earth
1 O A
ior a living f ire you a uiasvju
not exactly a Free Mason, though
;ill masons are free in this country?
Are you a moulder, a machinist,
a forger, a blacksmith, or a "white"
Smith? Are you a fisherman, a
butcher, a baker or a candlestick
maker? Are you a logger, a paint
er, h conductor, a barbpr, a bar-
tewkiy-A waiter- or- cook? Are
you a cantieryman, groceryman or
shipmat r? Are you in any sort
of business that needs any particu
lar sort of blank books? We carry
a large, stock for your particular
sort of work. Good ones, too;
made) for us under our own direc
tions made to last. We carry all
sorts of blank books for all sorts
( Antorla Pk'g Co
M, J. Kinney
A. Booth & Sons .
Cutting Pkg Co...
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tag, St. George...
J. O. Megler.......
Wholesale Prices Quoted
SPONSIBLE DEALERS AND nERCHANTS.
Correspondence Solicited. -:
:- Catalogue Mailed Free on Application.
W. W. KIMBALL CO.
Main Office and warerooma,
343-353 Wabash Ave.,
Tirty Thousand people Suffer
ing From thejComplaint.
upper classes tpe sufferers.
Over Five Hundred 'Death During:
the Past Week-jbther Tele-1
(Copyrighted 1896 toy .associated Press.
Berlin, MarcJi 2. Influenza has taken
hold of the people cjt Berlin with a
strong grip. The mufldy weather ap
pears to nave favored its spread. In
fact, accoming1 to statistics of the lo
cai sanitary bureau, three-quarters of
an tne sicxnesa in tine fclty Qt the pres
ent time is due to infiuenia. The epi
demic has apparently fctken the firmest
inoia or the wall-to-do classes.
It is also noted that the commlalwt
which was at first of mild character
has grown much more dangerous, and
a number or deaths froi influenza and
its complications this eek 4is reach
ed several hundred. ?., '
In the reidhstag the nsual -attendance
has dropped to albout 40J some 150 mem
bers either suffering, or ieooverlng from
attack. The total nuinber of cases
In Berlin Is estimated from 20.000 to
40,000. Amom? the sufferers are the
two vlce-presiuenits of :the '.relchstag
and numerous court officers.
It alpo develops that -Emperor Wil
liam has lust recovered from a mild at
tack of Bhe disease, and that United
States Ambassador Kunyon has also
suffered from a mild attack,
As foreshadowed some weeks ago the
emperor ihaa convened the state coun
cil for Mardh 12th, the main purpose
being to devise means to aid the agri
culturists of Prussia, who, especially
In the eastern provinces are heavily de
pressed in financial condition as the
icsult of foreign competition In grain
NEARING THE END.
A Scene of Bustle About the Hal's of
Washington, March 2. The near ap
proach of the close of congress manl-,
rested itself today lnvcr;wdrri spnat&
galleries, eager claimants albout the
corridors and the bustle and confusion
of importaait measures hurriedly pass,
The senate worked Industrious!
throughout the day and althioUEn the
naval appropriation bill Invited fllglhta
or oratory on our new navy, the de
mands of time reduced' this to a min
imum anc made rajpid proaress Dosal.
ble. It was kept steadily before th
senate througihout the day and again
at the night session with a determina
tion not to lay it aside until passed
There were constant Interruptions
however, as the confeernce committees
reported their progress In reconciling
differences on pewdlrar bills between
tne senate ana the house.
'13arly In the day the agricultural and
fortifications bills were finally aerreed
to and made ready for the president's
siginajture. Five others Resides the na
val bill are yet to have the differencel
'harmonized In conference.
At the outset of the debate on iht
naval bill an effort was made to de
feat the plan of reduction made by thf
appropriations committee by which the
house bill was cut albout 12,600,000, and
the number of ibattleUhlps reduced from
three to two. After a sharp debate
In which the need of a strong navy wat
illsoussed, the committee was sustain
ed. The speech of H1J1 was notable In
urging that the United States had won
her greatest achievements without tht
navy, and urged both diplomacy and
reason Instead of cannon 'balls and
Gorman took occasion during the day
to state that if the Wholesale appro
priations stood as already imade the
total for this session would exceed that
of any session since the government
was formed. After recess the sematf
resumed consideration of the naval bill
Squire resumed Ills sp?ecfn on the Pu
get Sound naval station, end after
speaking an hour, Gorman consented
that the item be placed at $260,000.
In the serrate, a motion to recede
from the JMO.OOO 'Hawaiian cable
agreement was defeated by a, vote of
27 to 32.
The conferees on the agricultural
appropriation bIB have reached an
agreement. The house conferees re
ceded from the principal amendment
made toy the senate providing for the
Inspection of live cattle, the meat of
wihlc'h Is to be exported, and the senate
from its amendment appropriating $40,
000 for 'the extermination of this gypsy
mot'h. The appropriation of $15,000 to
enable the secretary of agriculture to
continue 'his irrigation experiments
was left as fixed by the house. The
senate provision increasing the total
appropriation for the weather bureau
from $860,000 to $995,000, Is retained.
Under suspension of the rules a bill
was passed appropriating $17,000 for
the Washington and Lee university, to
reimburse it for Injuries received dur
ing the war.
The pension bills favorably acted on
at last night's session were passed at
the rate of one every half minute.
The sugar bounty amendment to the
sundry civil bill wan carried in the
house by a vote (unofficial) of 133 to 124.
WILL BREAK THE SABBATH.
Washington, March $. At a. m. the
senate took recess until 2 p. m. today
The house at 3:30 a. m. took a recesr
until 2 p. m.
THE PINAL, CLEAN UP.
Washington, March J. About 250 bills
and resolutions were laid before the
house today and most of them favora
bly acted upon.
BIG MIOTXO DEAL.
Yreka, Ca!., March t An Important
mrnmsr sale took place today by which
WaMiingfm and Oregon capitalists de
posited $25,000 In cash In the BUklyou
County Bank in favor of Qulnn 61m-
mons for George Simmons' placer mine
near Yreka, T. J. Nolton, of Seattle,
consummated the sale.
. THE MONETARY CONFERENCE.
The Brussels Conference Can Be Con
vened by Call of Our President,
Washington, March 2. The debate
In congress on the subject of Inter.
national monetary conference shows It
Is not generally understood that the
last monetary conference has nevei
been formally dissolved, end that the
committee from the United States tc
that conference Is really still In exist
.The Brussels conference adjourned
with an understanding that it would
reconvene at the call of the United
States, but since then no official notice
of any sort has Ibeen given and some
authorities hold that the conference
was never formally dissolved. Is still
In existence, ami con be reconvened by
the president If he so desires.
HE MLARRIEID THE GIRL.
A Union, Oregon, Young Man Rights a
. Union, Qr., March 2. The case of
the state vs. Lawrence Caviness where
in .the defendant was charged with Be
ductdon and upon trial found guilty,
was settled this afternoon 'by the de
fendant marrying the girl and paylna
her the sum of $1,000 for the support
ot her oniiu. The ceremony was per
formed In court by Judge Fee. The
young men, Hopper and Johnson, who
appeared as witnesses in the above
case to furnish testimony damaging to
line character or the prosecuting wit.
ness, have been Indicted by the grand
Jury and were admitted to bail in the
sum of $1,000 each.
BIG TORONTO FIRE.
A Whole Block In Flames and Burning
Toronto, March 2. A tremendous fire
Is raging Jn the block bounded by
yorege, . yueen, Richmond and Bay
streets. Robert Simpson's department
store is totally destroyed. This build
ing was Just erected at a cost of over
$400,000 and the stock Is enormous. John
Wanilee's and Clamp's retail Jewelry
stores are destroyed. There Is a high
wind and the fire is spreading.
Toronto, March 3, 2:30 a. m. The
fire at this hour Is still spreading;. The
Knox Presibyterlan church and the Ja
mleson Clothing: store are burned. The
loss exceeds $750,000.
Adopted, by the Minnesota House Yes
' St. Paul, March 2. In the house to
day Representative Downs Introduced.
and 'the ihouse adopted by ft unanimous
vote, resolutions statins' that the Fifty
third congress would cease to exist
Monday; that the people have during
this congress been subjected to un
told domestic misery, financial distress
and prtlVtlcal disgrace;
"Resolved, That American patriots
are Invited to ceJelbrate the hour ot
delivery, thereby declaring that they
have determined that never again will
they trust the business affairs of this
great nation to Democratic hands.
BIG FIRE AT SAUNA.
The Loss Will Run Into Hundreds ol
Sallna, Kan., March. 2. (A terrific lire
Is raffing In the business portion of
wis city. Already four of the finest
brick blocks are In ruins, and n!M Vhi
firemen are fighting heroically. It looks
as unougw an ntie west side of Santa
Fe avenue from Ober block north to
iron avenue win go up In flames. Thr
fire has consumed the Ober Block, the
Greer Block, the Masonic Temple, And
Is now in the Grand Central Hotel. The
loss so far is over $300,000.
THE TIME S-HEIRA LD. ' '
Phlcasro, 'March 2. The Times-Herald
will be Issued 'Monday morning, the 4th
Instant, with! James W. ficott as edltor-
In-ohlef and pultillsher and Henry Haw
ley as managing editor. This is the
result of a consolidation of the two
papers. The Times was started In 1854
ami the Herald In 1891. The Times.
Herald will be the only Democratic
morniMg paper In Chicago.
The exact amount Involved Is not
known, the Evening Post being Includ
ed In the sale to Scott, but It is said
to be altvout $2,000,000, which would
make the diral the lar-gest relating U
the newspaper history of the country
THE OLYMPIA LEGISLATURE. 1
Olynrnla, March 2. Both houses of
the legislature dpaned up a lot of bus
iness today considering it was Satur.
day. Upon the committee reports the
senate klNed by Indefinite postponement
about twenty bills.
Amor.fr the bills passed were;
By Helm Fixing interest on war
rants at 7 per cent and making the
lejral Interest when agreed to It. writ
ing, 12 per cent.
By Wllsnn Fxtrndlng the present re
striction of fish traps to all the streams
In the state.
THRIVE SHIPS CHARTERED.
Portland. March 2. The British ship
Thlstilcbank has been chartered to load
wheat for the United Kingdom; the
British ship Leyland Bnr-s., now at Ta.
coma, wheat thence to the United
KhSTdom,' and another ship now at
Astoria, has been chartered to load
wheat at Portland.
V. ashlngton, March 2. Senator
Mitchell today presented to the senate
the credentials of Geo. W. McBrlde
as senator for the term beginning
Aiarcn vn nexi 10 succeed air. Dolph.
THE SOUND'S APPROPRIATIONS.
Washington, March 2. Senator Squire
irpoKe against the committee amend
ments reducing the appropriation for
the Puiret Sound naval station from
Wn.QW to $200,000.
SAME! OLD STORY.
Boise, March 2. The switorlal bsJlot
today resulted: Shoup, 111; Bweet, 18;
The British ship Linlithgowshire will
leavs out today for Port Townsepd for
She Opens Kcr Pocketbiok to
THE SCHOONfcR MARY DODGE.
Arrives Safely on the Sound With
a Cargo of ExplosIves-.-The
San Francisco, March 2. Advices
from the Orient state that the Empress
of Japan has ordered that artificial
arms and legs be supplied at her cost
to all soldiers Who lost those members,
either in battle or through exposure
to frost. The Chinese prisoners brought
to Japan who have similarly suffered
are included In her bounty.
The Oorean government has ordered
the abolition of all forms of torture
nnd proclaimed that hanging shall
hereafter be the smle method of capital
punishment for ordinary criminals, and
shooting for those condemned by mar.
ELOPED FROM ALBINA.
A. Youthful Couple Escape the Wrath
ful (Byes of Enraged Parents.
San Frhjiclsco, March 2. Among the
passengers on the steamer Columbia
which arrived today from. Portland
were Willie Brown and Noma Bogga,
youthful elopers from Albina. Al
though the steamer was searched by
Irate relatives before it sailed. Miss
Blq-gs wae not found, but when the,
ship was Bofely outside the Columbia
river he appeared on deck and Joined
her lover. With the parting of friends
the elopers traveled in the5 steerage
nnd had a Joyful time on the way
down. It Is understood they will be
' THE MARY DODGE SAFE.
She 1b Twice Blown to Sea After En
tering the Straits.
Seattle, March 2. The schooner Mary
Dodge, Captain Bergman, 32 day out
from an Francisco, loaded with 100
tons of dynamite, was towed Into port
tonrghfbTTlla .tuir Magic- It was fear
ed She had been blown up by the dyn
amtte. On February 17, while entering
the straite she encountered a north
east wind whloh carried her 180 miles
out to sea. One week later while she.
was entering the straits another wind
caught her and carried her out sixty
miles. Last night she succeeded in
San Francisco, March 2. Arrived
City of Peking, from Hong Kong and
Yokohama; Australia, from Honolulu;
Columbia, from Astoria and Portland;
Welllnigtton, from Departure Bay; Alice
Blonohard, from Astoria and Portland;
schooner Mary and Ida, from Shoal
water Bay; bark Mercury, from Port
Blakeley; barkentlne North Bend, from
Cleared) Bark "Rufus E. Wood, for
Nanalmo; schooner Sadie, Kodlak.
I0l,(arted--jarlc fitvieral IFalrchHd',
Fretohits and charters (American
.bark General FalrohlM, coal from Na.
nalmo to Ban Francisco; American
bark Rufus E. Wood1, coal from Nanal
mo to San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO RACES.
San Francisco, March 2. Two Cali
fornia records were broken today. The
seven furlong record of 1:20 1-2 was
lowered to 1:26 toy MoLlght. The full
steeplechase record of 6:35 1-8 was
brought down to 5:21 1-4 by Ell Kendlg.
Barney Sohrleber made a big winning
on Ell Kenrlig. The amount Is stated
to be $7,000.
Six fur!ons Niagara, 1:15 1-4.
Reven furionlge iMoLlgbt, 1:26.
RaoInK stakes, 2-year-olds, half mil
Imp. Bant Bella, 49 i-2.
Hawthorne stakes, steeplechase, full
course, value $2,500 Ell Kendlg. 6:21 1-2.
Mile and a quarter, handicap Oak.
land, 2:09 1-4.
Six furlongs Royal Flush, 1:15.
AFTERNOON PRESS REPORT.
Washington, March 2. The house
con forces have absolutely refused to
accept the senate amendments to pay
the sugar bounty claims and to buy
the Blaine property, Washington. They
also dissent from the monetary com
New York, March 2. Today three
more corroes were removed from the
Orchard street building's ruins, mak
ing tone casualties five killed, and eight
seriously wounded. The bodies recov
ered today are those of John Marie,
James Ross, and Joseph Marr, all em
ployed upon the building. Several men
Who were working upon the building
are still unaccounted for.
Omaha, March 2. The protracted
warm weather has caused the Ice In
the river to melt rapidly. The Union
Pacific bridge gang is blasting the Ice
Jams. Three spans of the Burlington I
bridge at Columbus have been swept
away. The Platte river bridges of the
Rock Island, Missouri Paclno and Bur
lington, are threatened.
Seattle, March 2. James Murphy,
who ha been twice convicted of mur
der in the second degree for killing
Phillip J. Dawe, was today sentenced
to fifteen years In the penitentiary and
to pay the costs. ,
Reno, Nev., March 2. At 6:48 this
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
morning an Immense aerolite shot out
of the northern heavens and seemingly
passed over the town. It exploded with
terrlfln tnrvf afhnlrfarij. ifiVtft Hnflrilnfra an A
. " , O - . V.-
I wnklna nanla fmm .loan lhtaa tuhn
saw It described It ad a magnificent
Rio de Janeiro, March 2. The insur
gents in the province of Rio Grande du
Sol have defeated, the government
troops and captured General Sampal,
commander of the garrison at Santa
London, March 2. tfohn Stewart '
Blackie, fixe well known author and
Greek and! Latin scholar, is dead. He
waa 86 years of age.
Cairo, March -2. Ismael Pasha died
at Constantinople today.
San Francisco, March. 2. The steam
ship Australia arrived this morning
seven days from Honolulu. Among her
passengers are thirteen exiles from
the Hawaiian Islands. Among' the num
ber are only a few who have been ac
cused of actual complicity in the recent
revolution. The others are mostly
Brltiahers and Germans who made
themselves obnoxious to the Republi
can government by doing' too muoh
The most Important news brought by
the steamer is the decision of President
Dole and cabinet In commuting to im
prisonment the death sentences Impos
ed by the court martial upon. Wilcox.
Seward, Rlckard, and Oullck, the four
leading rebel plotters. Their sentences
were commuted to 35 yars' Imprison
ment and a fine of ten thousand dollars
each. This means there are to be no
executions as a result of the recent
The other , sentences recently made
were: Thomas Wllker, 30 years' Im
prisonment and $5,000 fine; Carl Wide,
mann, 30 years; William Grelg, 20
years; Louis Marshall, 20 years; James
C. Lane, 6 years; Samuel Lowleln and
Henry Bertleman, who gave evidence
to the government, were allowed1 their
Captain Davles, the skipper who
landed the arms for the rebels, was
sentenced to ten years' imprisonment
and fined $10,000; Though no public an
nouncement has 'been made, the cabinet
oflicer said to an Associated Press cor
respondent Just .before the sailtng1 of
the steamer, that ex-Queen Llltuofcalant
had been sentenced to serve 5 years in
prison and to pay a fine of $5,000. On
February 22d twewty-one native rebels
were eerttwneed to five years' imprison
ment' at hard labor.
"A. F. C. ENTERTAINMENT.
A Program of Interesting Events to
Take Place Tuesday Night.
The Astoria Football Boys are going
to give an entertainment next Tuesday
evening that promises to be one of the ;
best of Its kind ever given In the city.
The program is replete with interesting
events and the participants have been
practicing for several weeks post. Fol
lowing Is the program in detail:
1. Half mile run R. E. Carrutheri
(scratch); R. Davis, one-halt lap; A.
Dalgity, one-half lap; A. D. Young,
ot8 lap; A. Abercromble, one lap; E.
W; Crosby, one-half lap; C. Helliorn,
2. Two-round boxing contest 33.
Cherry, and Mag. Crosby.
3. Bar performanceBy class.
4. First heat 25-yard dash E. W.
Crodby, one and one-half yards; Roht.
Gibson, scratch; A. Murray, three
yards; C. Hellborn, one-half yard.
6. Jumping horse By class.
6. Second heat 25-yards dash Robt.
McLean, one and one-half yards; A.
Abercrombde, one and one-half yards;
Geo. Hawes, two yards; Percey Sovey,
one and one-half yards.
7. Riding the elephant (Club mem-'"
8. Ladles' club swinging class Reba
Hobson, Maude tSockton, Frank Hol
d, Amy Lemon, Adele Sovey, Mamie
Clinton, .Lizzie McLean, A. Young.
9. Three-round boxing contest J.
Meecham and W. A. Elner.
10. Three-lop run (Juveniles) Jay
Tutitle, John Allen, Bert Allen, E. Cher
ry, C. fctockton, E. Lewis, Magr Crosby,
11. Third heat 25-yard dash D. Mc
Lean, scratch; R. Davis one yard; R.
1). Camitihers, one yard.
12. Two-round, boxlnr (Juveniles)
Tom Russell, and Bert Allen.
X3. Running high. Jump, A. Dalgity,
two inches; R. E. Carruthers, one Inch;
R. Gibson, scratch; Jay Tutt'le, Jr., six
14, Tug of warA. F, C. and ship's
16. Running long Jump R. Gibson,
scratch; R. E. Carruthers one foot;
16. Three-round boxing contest E.
W. Ooslby awd R. Davis.
17. 25-yard dash Final heat. '
18. Oreco-.Roman wrestling R. Glb
son and Prof. Spencer.
19. One lap on all fours. Elgner,
three yards; A. Dalgity, five yards; R,
20. Tug of war, Juveniles.
21. Wrestling contest, catch-as-catch,
can .D. McLean and H. E. Carruthers,
Referee G. C. Fulton.
Time keepers A. 6. Tee, E. C
Hughes, and R. Prael.
Handlcapier W. E. Tall ant.
Doorkeepers .DuTwan fatuart,' Prof.
Reception committee R. Prael, E.
Rodgers, and F. I. Durtbar.
Judges Horace Thing, Dr. Jay Tur
tle, .R W. Smith, and Hermann Prael.
Referee of boxing and wrestling W.
Committee R. Gibson, Prof. Wright
and F. Gunn.
TO THE PETITIONERS OF ALDER
BROOK. Recognizing the Justice of your re
quest for representation on the school
board and thanking you for the honor
conferred In your petition, I announce
myself candidate for director at the
coming election the 11th Inst.
w. k. McGregor.
The steamship Queen arrived Iti yes
terday from tn Francisco and dis
charged considerable freight at the
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