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EXCLUSIVE TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT,
ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17718957
Iron & Steel,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour & Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors & Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles.
B. F. ALLEN,
Paints and Painters Supplies
Rugs and Bamboo Goods
Fresco Painting, Paper Hanging, Etc.
765 Commercial Street.
Snap R Iodak
at any man coming out of
our store and you'll gut a
portrait of a man brimming '
over with pleasant thoughts.
Such quality in the liquors
we have to offer are enough to
PLEASE ANY MAN.;
Corne and Try Them,
HUGHES & CO.
A.STORIA IRON WORKS
CoiKOmly 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 Mad to Order on
John Fox. President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vice President
O. B. Prael , Secretary
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to fishermen
on the Columbia river that stajid In
the same relationship to Marshall's
Twine as a wooden image does to the
human being they lacs strength life
evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself Into the belief that other
twines besides Marshall's will do "just
at well." They won't. They cannot.
C.J. TRENCH RD, Agent
Wells, Fargo & Co. and
Pacific Express Co.
10P and PHOESIX INSURANCE GO'S.
Custom House Broker
and Commission Merchant.
503 Bond Street.
Kopp's Beer Hall.
Cbolc Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Only handed over the tar, The largest glass
of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, 51.
Chas. Wirkkala, Proprietor.
Cor. Conromly and Lafayette Sts.
Tffj Blacksmith -vhoso shop la oppos
ite Cutting's cannery, is now prepared
'to do such odd Jobs as making new
cannery coolers, repairing old enes,
making new fishln beat Irons, and re
pairing old ones, and all other black
rmtttitng that requires first -class work
mtuiSMp. MUSIC HALih.
W KEATING & CO will open their
kick Music Hall at 3-"0 Astor street,
Saturday the 16th. They will
kkk beep numberless goo I liquors
and cigars besides having good music all the
A complete stock of lumber on hand
in tbe rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tle, celling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Terms reasonablt
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to.: Office and yard
at mill. H. U LOGAN. Prep'r.
M. Oregon. '
Easy ts take, sure core, no palrt, noth
ing to dread, pleasant little pflls. D-,
Witt's Little Ejrly Risers. Best for Biefc
Headaohe, Biliousness, Sour Stomach and
Or. Price's Cream Bakin? Powder
Contains so Ammonls or Alum.
1. U OSGOOD,
The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher.
606 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OR.
School Books !
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Everything Necessary for Sehool Use.
THREE LOTS. ,
In a desirable location, 2 blocks from High School.
CHOICE LOTS IN HILLS FIRST ADDITION.
On the new Pipe Line Boulevard Just the place for a cheap home.
A Block IN ALDER BROOK.
STREET OA.U LINE will be ejtenJe.l this summer to within 5 minutes
ralk of this properly pell at decided
In 5 or 10 note tracts inside the ity limiti, hIho adjoining Fla'vel.
GEORGE HILL,. - -471 Bond St., Occident Block,
HILL'S REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
To be raised from our stoclr
Commencing Saturday, September
from day to day until tho amount is
DRESS GOODS, SILKS,
MEN' SUITS, OVERCOATS,
LADIES' AND GENTS' SHOES,
UMBRELLAS, BLANKETS, etc., etc.
Will be sold at your own price.
specially reserved for ladles, and every other time for everybody.
600 Commercial Street.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria and Upper Astoria
In Tess and Coffees. Table Delicacies. Domestic
and Tropical Fruits, Veiretablei, Sujiar
Cured Hams, Bacon, Etc.
Choice - Fresh - and - Salt - Meats.
imCTtT ONE NEEDS A BUSTVES S EDUCATION. M.nr roung men sr4
women ran spend tout one or two years at school-why not tnke a course that cn
be completed In thai tlmT The eolleire Includes a short ENGLISH COmtSB be
side a Bt'STXESS and SHORTHAND COURSE. For catalogues address,
u TAXUHX sr. - - BODIES BUSINESS COLLEGE. - - pcanxiD. OR.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
The Luzerne Hygienea under-
wear,m double-breasted and double
seated knit undershirt and draw
is well adapted to this climate,
which comes in the following
Lot 330, Natural Wool Shirts and
Lot 380, Camel's Hair Shirts and
240, Scarlet Wool Shirts and
Drawers - - . -Lot
245, Vienna Wool Shirts and
Lot 250, White Wool Shirts and
"Ribbed" and plain Wool
ana uamer& Hair Knit un-
j - , , ...
QGrWear lrom the best mills in
rnnntrv wr.ir.li fnr rmoliHr or1
prices cannot ho excelled.
of (jooda Ineicle of 45 days,
will sell at
aiat, 180s, at a p. m.. and continue
Wednesday and Friday (trternoons
hSTOlp PUBLIC LIBW!
READING ROOM FI1EE TO ALL.
Open every day from 3 o'clock to 5 :30
ana 0 :3U to ViSU p. m.
Subscription rates $3 per anDiim.
Southwest cor. Eleventh aud Duane Sts.
I RAD 8
Its Ravages Are Spreading Fast
All Through China.
OVER FORTY DEATHS IN HAWAII
JaPan i8 Infeeted and Nagasaki and
Yokohama Have Both Been De-
clared Quarantined Forts.
San Francisco, Sept. 16. At a meeting
ui me uuara or neaJtn today tho ports
of Nagasaki and Yokohama Japan, were
iniutiea ami m steamer mo
Janeiro, which arrived from tho Orient
morn"K. was ordered to remain In
quarantine until the passengers and mull
and cargo should be fumigated.
When the vessel left Honolulu 44 dontha
had been reported from cholera, and eight
cases of the disease had Just broken out.
This crew of the steamer .said It ha
got a firm foothold on tho Island, and
seemed to bo spreading fast. The di
sease jiaa so far attacked on v the na.
lives. Captain Smith says the dlsaa
is spreading very rapidly In Northern
China. In many of the provinces him.
areas or deaths occur daily and the
authorities Have no control over th
epidemic. At Che Poo tho disease is at
tacking whites and natives alike. The
Russian fleet there In the harbor has
already lost over fifty men and the dl.
sease has attacked many of the remain
ing sailors. The epidemic seems to be
going toward Northern Chlni. It has
already crossed the frontier and Invaded
Russia. At Vladivostok It has taken
a firm hold on the poorer clessea .and
deaths are occurring by dozens dally,
In the Court Room During the Durrant
Special to the tAstorian.
San Francisco, Sept. 16.Ih the Durrant
trial today Mrs. Mary Vogal, a new and
important witness, told In a straichtfor.
ward manner hew she sat In tho parlor
on ine arternoon or April' 3, and noticed
a man waiting outside the Normal
School. When asked who that man was
she pointed her finder toward Durrant
and dramatically exclaimed: "There he
The court was dissatisfied- with this
Identification. The witness left the stand
and walked down to where Durrant sat,
and touched the prisoner on the shoul
der, amid great excitement in the court
room, exclaiming: "This Is the man: this
is Durrant." When school was dismissed
slie eaw two girls emerge from the build
ing. She said that Durrant Joined thorn
and the three boarded a Powell street
car, one going inside and the other with
Durrant taking seats on tho dummy.
Airs. James Crossett was the last wit
ness of the day. She is an elderly wom
an, and sild eho had known Durrant
well for four years. On the diav that
Blanche Lamont was murdered she safa
that she was riding in a Valencia street
car, when she saw Durrant slttlnar on
th dlKIimv In cnmmmv urlfh o v,t,ma
woman whom she did not know. She
luentinea Durrant with great positlve-
riess. vv nen shown the clothes worn by
Blanche Lamont at the time of her mur
der sho snld that the young woman she
saw with Durramt wore garments of elm.
l:ar cut and material!. The pair rode
on the dummy ais far as 22d street, where
tney lert the car, proceeding In the di
rection of Rarttett street. Emanuel
church is on Bartlett street between 22a
and 2.1J. Mrs. Oossett's testimony was
not shaken by the cross examination.
COUNTERFEITERS AT LARGE.
Pendleton, Sept. 1G. Pendleton and
UmUtl.la county ar having oulte an
experience with counterfeiters. Deputy
United States Marshal Bentley has two
before Commissioner Bean's court, end
u third got in h!s work on S. H. Hleka
A man came Into Hicks' feed vard and
!ild he wanted to purchase enough chop
ecu 10 iasc over nigut. Hicks charged
him DO cents and the stranger gave him
a ten dollar pleze. Hicks save the man
N.50 In good money. The stranger said
3 'would leave the feed there a few mo
ments to go to a saloon for a drink, ve-
turrvmgi lajter. He hasn't come yet,
Hlc'rs has the flO gold pie;e which is no
TTnlted Slates Attorney Murphy comes
Wednesday to hold an examination of
Lane and Clark, the counterfeiters now
in custody. It is Bill Lane has made
a written confession.
Made on the Stanford Estate by the
. United States.
San Francisco, Sept. 16. The people or
tne united states began a second attack
upon the Stanford estate In the circuit
court of appeals today In ei suit Involv
ing $15,000,000. When the case was heard
In the United States lUtrlct court a de.
murrer interposed by the defense was
sustained, so the case never actually
came to trial. L. D. McKissIck, special
counsel for the government, began his
argument on the appeal today.
Little or no now material was intro
duced. POSTOFFICH ROBBED.
Walla Wallop Sept. 1. Worl was re.
celved by the officers this morning from
Wiaitsburg, a small tojvn sixteen miles
west of hre, Wiat the postofflce had been
robbed. The thieves effected an entrance
by breaking open the rear door ome
time between Saturday evening and Sun
day morning, and toy the use of giant
powder, or dynamite, blew open the safe.
They secured in cash and stamps to
the amount of 130. The robbery was dis
covered by the .postmistar when he
opened the office Sunday ..lornlng.
ANOTHER RICH MINE.
Union, Oregon, Snt 16. The first
year's work of Taylor's ChriSilan Col
lege, of Cove, was commenced this morn
ing. There -are over thlrt students en
Another rich Slseovry of Quarts Is re
ported- from the Eaatern part of th.-
county. The ledge was found by David
Baird on Goose Creek egjtu twenty miles
from Urrton. It is about twsnty Inche
tfclck and straws a true fissure vein, Rep-
resenta'tlves of six placer mining claims,
on the head waters of the Grande Hondo
river, in this county, were here today
getting titles to their property perfected,
They expect to sell these claims to
European syndicate, whoso agent
arrive this week.
Says the People Cannot Complain as
Long as the Present Eystem Is
London, Sept. 16. The Hon. James
Eckels, comptroller of the United States
treasury, made the following statement
today, on the request of a rcprtwenUtlve
or tne Associated Press:
Being thus far away from New York
and not knowing the exact conditions
prevailing there, which are producing
shipments or gold! abroad, I feel' I can
say nothing upon that subject which will
be or special benefit to the publio gener
ally speaking. The gold shipments came
about from tho fact that the American
people lare buying a great deal abroad
and not selling sufficient of their. own
produce to equalize things, thus necessi
tating a settlement of the balance due
In gold. We maintain the financial sys
tem which makes the united Stales treas
ury a general market of supply for all
requiring gold, consequently more "or less
embarrassment comes to the udmlnlstra
tlon of the treasury department. When
these balances require to be settled, how
ever, the treasury tins always managed
to maintain the unquestioned payment
in gold or its obligations and will al
ways do so. The system under which it
Is forced to operate makes It sometimes
expensive, but as long as the represen
tatives in congress refuse to change that
system, and! as long as the voters tol
erate them, the people have no right to
complain or true expense.
ALL OVER A
Bad Blood Engendered Between
the Brothers Tillman.
DRAMATIC SCENE IN CAROLINA
Senator Tillmau Would Not Name
the County for a Traitor As
Such He Characterized
Columbia, S. C, Sept. 16. Tho proceed
ings of thel constitutional convention
today were characterized by a most ex
citing time between SenatoiMTUlman and
his broUhor, George D. Tillman, on the
question of naming a new county.
George D. Tillman on Saturday had
succeeded in getting the oounty named
Butler. Senlator Tillman was absent at
the time, and returning today he moved
to change the name to Saluda. In a
passionate speech he charged Senator
Butler with, being a traitor to the party,
and eald that to name the county after
him was an Insult to the reformers of
the Btate, George D. Tillman In reply
taunted his brother with fighting a man
whom he had defeated, and dramatically
striking his breast, exclaimed: "Thank
God there Is no sentiment In my tart
that would make me stoop so low."
The scene became extremely exciting,
and tho convention was in wild confu
sion which continued until adjournment.
A vote was Anally obtained and Sen
ator Tillman carried hi point and tho
new county was named 3aluda, instead
And Policemen Don't Knsw Which One
Spokane, Wn., Sept. 16. A serious con
filet of authority has developed In the
local police force. The city council1 re
cently removed Chief of Poll 30 Meti. He
stepped out at midnight last night
Promptly at that hour Mayor Belt Issued
a proclamation declaring that an emer
gency existed, and that under the char
ter he has assumed command of the en
tire police force. Ho named Officer Me-
Neman as acting jhlef of police, and
commanded all' the members of the force
to obey his orders. Mbanwhlie tho board
of police commissioners had appointed
Captain Corerley as acting chief, giv
ing orders that he be obeyed. As the
commissioners have powar . to remove
members of the force at thlr pleasure,
this put the policemen In a quandary.
Fourteen have resolved to stand by the
mayor, and eight by the commissioners,
STADDEID BY AN UNKNOWN.
North Yaklmiai, Sept. 16. An unknown
hop picker hailing fro-n Chehalls, this
evening cut Charles Redfleld, of Mayville,
Oregon, with a case knife in a battle
over the possession of jt stove claimed
by both. The left ir and left thumb
of Redfleld were almost amp itated. The
assailant ts still at large, and officers are
on. the track.
CHURHOES MUSr PAY.
t-ort.ana, nept. w. 'mere will' be a
surprise In church circles when the new
oissassment Is made public. About three
million dollars' worth of property be-
longing to the various churches which
has hitherto not been assessed, Is in
cluded this year. Assessor Greenleaf has
assessed alV church property except that
wnicn is strictly devoted to churcli pur
A HINT TO THE DANKS.
Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 1. The asso
ciated banks of Rochester today shipped
10 ine assistant treasurer at New York
uu.uuv in gom an j win accept In re
turn legal tenoer. This action has been
taken In the hope thlit banks in othr
fiarts -may do likewise and from their
stock or wie gold turn over to the na
tional treasury an amount to Cffset the
present shipments abroad.
OA N'T GET ENOUGH JURORS.
Ellensburg, Wn., Sent. H.Th
of Mike Llnder. F. Uehlbacker, W. Ken
nedy. Frank Feigefe, and Hobrt Links
for complicity in the lynchlmr of the. Vm.
sons last month was begun today. Nine
Jurors were temporarily passed when
the lint was exhausted. The court or-
?,V-'rt! 2clal venlre an1 downed
Party of Prominent Astorians
Ride Through the Nehalem.
Is Given of the Trip by One of the
On Monday. Sent. 2.
of Messrs. p. C. Stokes, O. W. Sanborn,
H. Prael and Masters Frank Sanhnn
and Chas. Gray, started out on a trip
on horseback to Tillamook across the
mountains and return by the coast. Mr.
Prael was elected keeper of records nn
seals and his account of the trip Is a
musi interesting one:
"We left Astoria on Monday, the 2n
of September, under a 'brieht sun una
favorable auspices. The route was over
tne wamiski road and wo reached Olney
at 6 o'clock. There we put up oup horses
for the nlghlt and all hands had a irooii
rest. The next morning we started for
jeweu at 1 o'clock. The Clatakanine river
was reacnea at 10 o'clock and we ar.
rived at Frank Sunrenant's for lunch
Frank received us with open arms and
nnea us witn; bear stories whlln iMr
Suprenant prepared an excellent lunch
Jewell , was reached for supper and here
we spent the night. After breakfast a
start was made for Mlshawaki. whom ra
arrived about noon. Miss Lynch, the
postmistress, very kindly set us out a
nice luncn. rordlng the-Nehalem river
we took the road for Elsie and at this
point struck a heavy rain storm which
almost decided us to return home. Ar
rived at Elsie we found quarters) with
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gragg. who made
it as pleasant as possible for us. In fh
evening a social gameof carda filled in
the time and we concluded to turn back
If it still stormed the next day. But
rho morning broke with a clear sky and
we were encouraged to continue the Jour-
no. spent tne cay here, however,
to Ash In the Humous: river, which u
one of the finest trout streams In the
From Elsie ve resumed
Friday, morninff. followimr
of the Nehalem, ibound for the lower
naiem' country. There is a fine trail
which crosses the river several lmo
The timber, all along this part of the
oounjFy.lsjnagnlrlcent and the scenery is
very beautiful. The forests are dense
and the big trees begin to get numerous
though finer timber is reached further
on. The picturesque streams winding
througlh the deep forest with, its dark
green foliage, or flowing through the
rock bound canyons present untold at
tractions to the fisherman or lover of
ture. One cannot help but pause and
admire the stupendous works of nature,
here In the heart of the great timber pro
serves, where the solltui'e and utter ex
clusion from the noise and dally grind of
business impels the belief that one has
entered a different epliere. New thoughts
crowd the mind and unless one Is quite
hardened to alt good Influences he can
not but drink In some of nature's rem
edies for tired brains and bodies and
be the better for a short stay in these
quiet haunts. The business man will also
involuntarily dream of the time when all
tne riches about him will be added to the
world's store of wealth and the mag
nificent timber find a market.. The most
beautiful scenery abounds tho entire way.
We reached Fraser's cabin at 12 o'clock
and were well entertained by that gentle
man, we met a good many people along
this part of the route, many of whom
were, like ourselves, bent on pleasure.
After luncheon wo started on and here
encountered the first ascent. For three
miles the road here was so steep as to
be almost perpendicular and we were
obliged! to walk and lead- the horaos. The
timber in this region is heavy spruce and
cedar andi there are millions of feet of it.
"We readhed "God's ValJey" at S o'clock
ana stopped at George Parker's claim,
where we found Joe 'Russell and Fred
urosoy. we were heartily welcomed and
rreatea most royally. As the acoommo.
ations were limited we slept in the
barn on the hay. Saturday mnmim,
uriBin ami eariy we were In the saddle
ana on ior Nenalem Cltv. In "Ood'a Vol.
ley" we noticed many lanre enm-n trc.
and measured one peculiar tree, which
ima Deen damaged by Are, and found
It to Te 21 feet In diameter and about 60
feet In circumference. The lower limb
must have been 7 feet In diameter. The
tree had. little or no top branches, and
wlthi its Immense trunk towerina- in h
air made a strange sight. From her
we passed through the burnt district
where great damage to the spruce tim
ber hadi been done by the August Are.
Heavy losses occurrod throuirh thin .r.
glon, some of the settler's houses being
burned. The trail here Is up. and down
and we had to walk many times. Cross
ing over to the north, fork of the Ne
bulem we Anally reached Alley's, where
we had lunch. Here the whole landscape
Is like one vast park and its beauties
are beyond description.
"At 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon we
arrived at Neha'.em City. Hore w vlltort
Kinney's cannery, which we foun.l in
operation, the strike being over ana
everybody was at work again. We staid
at the Columbia hotel, where the best m
the house was not too good for us. Sun
day morning we took the road for Can
non. Beach, passing Necarney mountain
on the way. Here we enjoyed one or
the grandest sights of the entire trin
The trail was not as rough as we hatl
oeen jei 10 Deileve. Tho trail across
ty a herd of cattle, which had Dasaen
over the day before, helona-lna- tn n
C. Warren. Arch Codh Was anothAI matr.
niAcent sight. It is auite Imnni.ihi.
adequately describe the beauties and
grandeur of this spot. The ocean on
one side at your very feet, the forest I
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
clad mountain on the other, make a
combination seldom to bo witnessed any
where. Cannon Beach was reached at 4 n. m.
and here we staid two days and were
well entertained by Mrs. Austin. She was
not at home when we Arst arrived, but
we took charge of the hotel and com
menced preparations for supper. The
hostess soon appeared, however, and took
the management of affairs, much to our
"Monday we took in the sights along
tho fooach. The large racks which lie
In the ocean here are of strango and
fantastic shape and are covered with
mussels in endless quantities. In the
evening we made a bonfire on the beieh;
which was the largest ever built on that
beach. Sanborn superintended the Job, '
while Stokes and I did all the work. Our
fuol iwas composed of tho piles from
the broken raft of last winter, with
which the beach is thickly strewn for
"On Tuesday morning we went to Elk
Creek. Along these beache are many
large caves in the mountain sldo. The
passage around "Hug" point, which la
well named, is very dangerous. The trail
is very high and so narrow In places
that one has to literally "hug" the rocks
In getting around. We arrived) at Elk
Creek at noon and remained there the '
balance of the day. In the afternoon,
by previous invitation, we visited the
beautiful place of Will and Mark .War-'
ren. Mrs. Win Warren wn thera
we were most handsomely entertained
They showed us -all tho points of In
terest about the splendid property and
explained what can he iinno ,nh .
liftle labor. We met George Rowe here,
wnc seemed! to be having a good time.
"When the tide Is low on Elk Creek
beach after dark a peculiar nhennmcnnn
can he observed. With every step one
takes & Aame arises from the sulphur
In the sand. It Is thoueht it is rniit
by the mixture of the salt and the frfh
"Wednesday we visited Twia on,t r...
dera' place at Seal Rocks. .hmir torn
miles from the Elk Creek house. Thi
chib house Is on the bluffs, from which
a grand view of Tillamook light is had,
while the large rocks In front, on which
are thousands of seals, afford endless
amusement. The rocks cJose to the shore
are covered with mussels and star fl&hi
This Is a very secluded place, almost
cut off from the other beaches owing
to the peculiar formation of the coast
line, and hence they are little subject to
intrusion, About one mile from) here
is Indian Town, but we were unable to
visit It for lack of time.
'After lunch Wednesday we crossed
the toll road Into Seaside and this part
of the trip was very wet, as it rained
very hiard all the time. Looking like a
lot of drowned rata, we arrived at the
station duBt In time to catch the train
for Astoria, Judge McGulre took churge
of the horses, which ho sent to us the
next day and we arrived home on the
Dwyer at 6:30 Wednesday night, afUr
having had the most delightful outing we
"I wish I could tell you In such lan
guage as would convey to your mind a
realistic picture of the grandeur of Can
non . Beach, wiUi its high mountains,
deep forests and ocean altogether, but
you will have to make the trip there to
begin to appreciate its wonderful beau
ties.' No descriptions ever written have
told half of its magnlAcenca."
LARGE DEED RECORDED.
Yesterday there was Alod in the' record- '
er's oAlce one of tho largest deeds on
record for some time. It was made by
D. K. Warren and wife to Walter C.
Smith and conveyed 259V4 acres in W-ar-renlon
for the consideration of tfipoo.
This would seem to Indicate that real
estate matters are beginning to move in
a lively manner and also that there Is
some definite plan on foot across the
The following '1st of letters was ad
vertised in the Astoria poiitoHlce Septem
ber 16, 189G:
Brown, J. R. Runskop, Israel.
Comadl, Phillip. Sutherland, E. T.
Fag.ilde, Charloy. Townsend, Mr.
Harris, Joseph. Tatom, Fred.
Jackson, Johncy Bryant, C. W.
Daiwson, Henry V. Hoi ten, Os(ka T.
When calling for any of the abovs let
ters, please say "advertlssd."
HERMAN WISE, P. M
Liverpool Sept. 16.-.Wheut-dull; de
mand, poor; No. 2 red winter, 4s 6d; No.
J red spring, 4s UMid; No. 1 hard Mani
toba, 6; No. 1 California, 4s 101.
Hops-"At London, 'Pacific coast, fl lis.
San Francisco, Sept. :6. Hops, 456c.
Now York, Sept. 16. Hops weak.
ODD FISLLOWS MEET.
Atlantic City, Sept. R-The Sovereign
Grand (Lodge of Odd Fellows assembled
this morning in this city. Dr. W. H.
Izard, of Camden, actad e master or
ceremonies. R-sports were read from
tho grand secretary and grand treasurer.
TURKEY HAS GIVEN IN.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 16. .From a good
source it is learned that the Porte has
acceded to the demand of the rtowors
wim regara to reforms in Armenia.
AN IDNIAN FIGHT.
Salem, Or., Sept. 16.-Sevoral Grande
Ronde Indians and a number of Si:it
Indians from the hop Aelds cf Marion
county, crossed the river to Independence -
ast evening, and got drunk. Thev Quar
relled and re-croslng the river began
righting, when Billy Tom. a Sllets. sthh-
ed in the neck a Grande Ronde Indian
vno tried to make peace. The latter
Boston, Sept. 16. Boston, 4; Baltimore,
New York, Sept. 16. New York. S: Phil
Cleveland, Sept. 16. Cleveland. 7: fln-
Washington. Scot. 16 HMrat o-.m.
Washington, 16: Brooklyn. 12. S(,cnn.i
game Washington, 3; Brooklyn 11.
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