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ICXCLUHIVK TICLIiGHAPIIIC I'UKSS REPORT.
VOL. XL VI.
ASTORIA, OR KM ON, SUNDAY MORMXO, FKI5IMAUY XI, 1897.
NOT THE CHEAPEST, BUT
Thot l WHiit
A CIio.iji SIiim cannot !n a pxxl hIimo.
If yn want n j;oo1 urticlt. conm lion;
If not, anywhere elm will lo.
A flood Hsrvlconblo Hhoe for
A Heller urncle for
Tho very let
GRIFFIN & REED
City Book Store
Stationers & Booksellers
All the Leading Newspapers
and Periodicals Kept on Hand
LEGAL BLANKS AND
WHY DO WE KEEP-w
Robt. Stewart & Sons'
Irish Flax Salmon Twine
It Is the Best, the Strongest and
Longest-Lasting Twine Made . . .
FOARD & STOKES CO.
Dealer In Cork and l ead Llaca, Manning Twine, Lead; also, Uara, Oarlock.
Boat Cooking l tcni.ll, Sail Drill, I'alnU, IUt Nallit, Etc.. Etc.
Mf-Htartliig M llore I'owrr Murine Kimliie.
roil IMKTMTI.AIM AIIhBM
o NANMOMK NT.,
UNION MEAT COMPANY
"Shield" Brand Hams, Bacons and Lards
Uuaranlted the IWt In the Market
CORNER FOURTH AND (IILSAN STREETS I0RTLAND, 0RE00N
U. U Boyle & Co.
Real Estate, Loans and Investments
Commcrclnl Htreet, Antorlo
The Palace Cafe ...
Is the Place for a Good Meal-Eastern Oysters
W. V. WHIPPLE, . roprlctor
Astoria Roofing and Cornice Co.
34 ' Gravel. Tin and Slate Rooflrtf
NiNTU ctupft Asphalt Paving' for Basements. Sidewalks and Streets
" Asphalt Coatlnf on Tin and ShlnUe Roofs
. . . Repairing of all Kinds of Roofs
i ; : .; : . 1 - .' ' l v r
flarkson & MclrYin
( v ." " I .. . .a - . "
LONG FIR PILING
, . promptly Furnished
Astoria Asphalt & Roofing.Co: tM?
ad R.paiiac taakr Roof-
J, A. PASTABENP
Lhousc. BrttJje and WbarfBuMerlloc Moving LToolsjfotfKlnt
9J.2H to 3. RO
ruing gujN'llne or cheap distillate oil
Kturtnra conneoted direct with pro
peller Nhaft. and no nniNy, eailiy broken
Ih.viM geam uaed In rcvornu motion.
New NlHUk device: no Inttrnat airlng
eleetri1f to burn out.
Rend for ti-atlmonlali. ,
We are building theaa new r.yle, iclf
Ntarwtng marine engine In all tliea
up to JOO home jiower.
Kvery engine fully guaranteed.
MAN KHANriNt O
: : : :
216 and 217 Chamber of Commerce
Portfand. Oreeon " i
l.rnvt ordera at
N. JEN3EN and R. 0. HANSEN
THE BIG BRITISH
One of the I'cw of Knrlish .Merchant
Marine Cnrr)lni Shy will.
HAD HIT TWO COMMAMM.KS
Full lfcwt1ptl.Ni of ll"C (.'oiiMlrmil'Mi
and l(lKtclor 4 'MlrltiM and Fore
castle Models of (Vwnf.irt.
Tin- tilic ItrltlNh four-master how In
the luulxir wMh cargo of tin I olio
n( III- nil. ( milling lrl Unit ever vis
ited thU .rt. and I m of the best
)hi Ini.'iui of murine architecture lhat
wr willed out f any irt.
The ltclluie to three hundred and
forty frrt over all ami three hundred
a iwl fourteen fort hHwmn the jwrpen
dicular. Kin- In forty-two and six-
tilha frH bram. and hrr ilrpth of
In! In twMy-four and Nln-u-nthii fr.-t.
WIuki kmdit Imt draft In t-nty-lhr-e
f"H. reKlelcre! lonnaire. J.M ton. Hhe
ha f4ir nuurta. ((tree iure-riuKed,
and in Utr.Kir In mi 4i,' of Iron.
The four main and nlx-n-niuui are
170 feet r-h from d.k to trui k
Nrtol U.'HiO vj1h of canvaaN.
rlKKlng In all of Ntwl wire; her topNall
ti aiwl ruiuM-rn are al of (. I wire,
llr hull la of Iron, aiid the model ap
lra to te iui iHrty perfect a the eye
ran demand. Her IIim are a fine aa
tlmae ttf a yacht, Indicating unuaual
bh1. Her lty Nior are ai flmdy July I. 1W.
prHH-tiannd that a wmiinn a eye would j When Hh- Item directing the payment
never weary In lktng at them. I'n- of annultk-a 10 th I'otta-attaml In
uNual f'.r a (tritlaher, a he carrlea ky-'1lver waa n-afhed. Allen made It the
alia, like an American clipper ahlp. text for a on the allver que-
llr rarrytna cataclty la four thouaand 'tion. He wanted to know hy the o
tima dtvut '.4ght. Hv nrer, all told, I called auund-monvy inuai of the iimimlt
la cmnfxaMH f thirtyHta-ven men. Hhe.tee had Instated on paying theae be
haa two d-k the Ukt, Iron ahwted. ' nMrhted IndlanN m "M-oent dollara."
ailh three by three planking. Thelte. I Several aenatora explained that thla
ilancf. sa butrl by W. II. Potter & provision waa In acturdance with the
Hon. vt Uv,-hio, to the order of W, T. ,trmty provUaona.
Ilxon 8m, Kt the ujk. city. She j Piatt otaorved that by the efforts
a laurx'hvd On Oh- tlth of January. of the repuHli-an Mlw dollar were
1S. and Nailed on the 2d of March f"r aa gl aa gold didlor
Hiin Kran.'twi). making the puae in The auction' of -tiian m hortlg
!26.)u-. .. .. came uj in eormectlua. witn the. Item
The preavnt voyage im nuide front 'a-pe'rtafing t.2.wa for arhoui pur
t ( Biwiie port In 116 day, tliini Ix-ming oa. U"lge fald the m-nate commit
hr ivn rwoni conalderably. j tee ImuI prlH.-.l aji uinendnn-iit which
t'uptain Jtunm I)ngl0h wa her Aral ' rvvirvd tin entire tKln-y iui to mv-iximmtndi-r,
and NiijxTint ended the nirliui achooU ailopted lust y-ar. The
building of tine tmalot ahlp from the ' commit te amendment la an follows:
day" her kwl wua laid, and t In r ! 'Provided, that the -m-retary of the
niiilpinent until he una docked to re. ' Interior may make on tract with con
iive her carr). and ehe dixw hint ainljtra.t wh'l. ttj-orti"iiiiiB a nearly
herninT iT'iltt in ever way. Seven aa may be ainouuta ao contracted fur
yeiu-H ago her ireaint ctmimander. Cii-
talll t'hurle Itoblnson, succeeded ("up
On., of the many features of the Hell
aitce In tlint her cabin Is amldxlilpa.
It In a tin.', niry room, flnlehcd In light,
hard wood, with a skylight built up to
tho wtievlhouNe, which Is over the
cabin. The captain's niairtera are on
the starboard aide, and are neatly fin
ished, us are also the siwre roii, slevp
lug and bath rooina The pantry In on
the port wide. Forward f the cabin
In a large and well-arranged sbireroom.
Tlw rooms for the petty oillivr are
on the port sidy. The fotvcootle Is on
the etiu-bonrd aide, nil part of the
deck house, the flnlh and fumli-hlng
of eanh lx-ing iMMiriate. The wheel
houftft ami chart mnu are finely fin
ished, and a bridge runs from the main
upper deck clour ait. The steering
gwir Is of Improved pattern, aitd the
veam4 can Ih steoovl i-lther from the
midHhli wlnvl-hotiH., or by the wheel
under the funtall, which makes hiicIi an
ornaim-ntiU flnleh to tlu stern. The gal
Uy is lrwanl, and tlx- engine house
In iilxift Utie galley. Sutim Is iis1 for
holetlng H.tH'ho-;n, loading or unloading.
iuhI making naJI, the xteaiii plpeti run
ning fnMii c 1 -hi iui -l,-ar ail. The luil
nrks are hltrh, aaid tho waterways
umiHunlly wide, to clear the decks of
water rapidly. Helmv iuv many Ini
proveinenit for mnk'ing the vessel
ntaunch. There are three row of Btan
ehlons In the lower hold and between
divk, and double atng-lo trim airiiiKers,
to which the beams are fiu-tened. lUich
if the foremaeits Is tied with dlngomal
ties. She has a collision bulkhead, and
in the main Iron deck there are seven
panting beama, thrw abaft the Iron
bulkheads. The owners of the Itellance
are Meanra, David Onrsar & Nona, of
MA KINK NOTES.
The meanier Stale will arrive down
tomorrow and aitll alut 3 o'cliH'k In
the morning for Son Frnnolsco.
The schhooner Jennie Stella, Captain
Kix-l-s, eJ eared yeterda.y Ar San PihIim
with a carg of 37!t,OtH) feet of lumber
r tho Southern California Lumber
The steamer Elmore arrived yester
day from Tilhiimook with the fallowing
freight: Forty-itwo boxi butter. Page
& Sons, Portland; lo lioxes cheese, Ma
ji, Klirniun & Co., Portland; 3 canes
eggs, Allen A L-twU, Portland; 6 caics
egga, M. U Ohon ft Co,, Portland; 4
boxes cheeBe, Milt ltroa., Pan Francisco;
3 boxea cheese, H. Everdtng, Portland;
boxe fifth, Tresoi-tt Packing Co., no
ble; land about two tons of other pro
duce. The Columbia Iron Work yesterday
finished putting on the tvew pilot at
tho rear of engine No. l'a tender. Her
ifter No. 1 wUl be a double-header.
Senate I'hsm Resolution I'.prcvf
ini Approval of Her Course.
Till; INDIAN AI'I'ROI'KI ATIOX
to AinMImt IMwte on IWtarian
H,IooIn- I'ri'i'aratioiM f.,r Imiu-
WimtilngdMi .1). ('., February 20 - The
senate had a lively .ni'.i) in day. (,.
Iinntly MMiing the t-rk In open
Ion after thij prutrac1d struggle be.
hlird closed A'rn n tin- tr-aty.' At
liv outl (Ik- r-wluUon. y rann-nn,
M utUMiliiKiUMly alt'li-l. -xim-nK
yntathy titth fr In the i.r.-ne
(itlii'nlal .-tin II l t
1'hi- In'llJtn anrla)im liill M to
( tw anHnotH dlaruiwiotui the drat on
,n(Ivit, and Itien on 1rin hoola.
T1m. provtalon that rerlaln Indian pay-
timtoIn nIuiII made In llver. In a--
orriluic with trwMy re)iririnentj, led
Allen to umtunetit on the provlalon fr
" JO.opnt dollar" oomfcir from the
Klw gold m.-n on th.- aiNrtprtatolna commlt
Herjtee. The laniJMlon bronghi up con-
aiderable caunjialgn reniinloenta. The
aectarian at-hool qucrkn tu revived.
IlK aaarrted that the (mate oom
mHlee had preaent.v an amendment re
vonilng the polk y of laet year for the
abandonmit of larlan ohila ater
jamotiK the acN'U "f varioua denom-
Inattons for the education of Indian
pupils during the fiscal year ISSS. but
shall only make such contracts at
places w hore non-awtarian schools can
not Ih? provided for such Indian rhll
divn. and to an aiTKnint not exceeding
forty per cent of the amounts o used
for the fiscal year li5. Provided, fur
tlior. that the foregoing shall nH apply
to the public sclKxita of any tate, terri
tory, county or city, or to schools here
in or hereafter sec,lrtcally provided
GiilUnger said the senate wa con
fronted ith the jaui:e old plea that
the Indian children would be turned
out of school. Every church denomi
nation in the country, save one, refused
to go on with thte sectarian policy.
"Which one does the senator refer
to?" asked Allen.
"The Itotnon Catholic church," an
swered tlallinger. "I have no con-cealmt-ntH.
1 do not arraign that church
but I niorely recite the fact of history."
It was agived to vote on the school
THE PA RAPE.
Washington, February 10. Additional
not 1 11 imi lions arc being received from
clut ami onta nl xat Ions that propose
taking part In the Inauguration parade
and when the ptwe-ssion moves It will
be Mind to he unusually attractive In
Its military and civic features. If Gen
eral Porter's Intention to have the
marchers pass a given point at the
rate of lL'.OOO an hour Is successfully
carried out. It is proabble that the
panule will not occupy over three
Alllicn.tlons for platvs In the parade
from civic organization-) are coming In
Washington Fobruory . The house
spent the day In discussing the general
deficiency bill w hich waa not finished.
There was a worm debate over the
amendment by Hopkins to take out the
Item of !12.:00 to pay th' member
of the Fifty-third Congress for the
amounts withheld from their salary for
absences, in accordance with the rule
adopted by that congress. Hopkins
carried his point. 113 to 55.
Answered to the Roll Call In Salem
SMolal to the Astorlan.
Salem, February 20. Today's Joint
onventlom -was but a repetition of
former ones, with the excejition that
only thirty-one menitvers answered to
their names. After roll was called the
convention adjourned till noon Monday.
The chairman announced that a con
farence would be held at 1 p. m. on
j BETTER TURN IS
i TIDE OF AFFAIRS
Keportn from All Sections of Country
Indicate a liriyht future.
WEEKLY FINANCE STATEMENT
iHavy Gobi In Hank Holding- Every
Idl.il.na Point to a Speedy
j Return of Projerlty.
New York. Ft-hruary 20. Th Flnan
TTm statement of the clearlnir houiie
bonk of New fork for the wk ending-
FetHTiaijr JO to In direct contrast
Iw-ith ttioae 4 two erka prevloiM. Af-t-r
a derreane of over iix mllllona In
rnih held by the banlui durlnff that
! period, there waa a rain of I5,17,00.
aa reported by the current atatement
; for the week.' The heavy shipment
of gold from Che Pacific coast had a
'great deal to do with the Increase In
apecie, and perhapa affected legal ten
der holding, which alao show a gain.
The currency deposited with the treas
ury to cover the retired circulation may
'alno be returned to swell the Idle cah
I In the bank. Then, too, the rtnan
cirur at one or two heavy railroad or
ganization ha undoubtedly affected
j special Item of the statement. The
faJImg- off In loan is disappointing'.
: The loans of bank In Boston and Phll
' adelphla have shown a tendency re
'cently to expand and It waa hoped
I that the rnovement here would con
; Unue in a Bimflar volume. The pleth
era of Idle money Is not confined to
! A dietavtch to the Financier from
' Chicago etatea tha4 the banks there
are seriously coti-ridering a reduction
,' from I per cent to m pec cent on coun
try bank balances, and that a meet
ing of bankers will be called thla
week to decide definitely on the matter.
.Despite the accumulation of money In
the great centers, for the most part,
to secure small bank Interest allowed
on It, evidence of a general revival
'of buelness continue to be received
i . " . '" . - . 1 ' -ni,T. C .... V. ' - Jr,.f t
rrtim ev-ry -cijoii. 1 or .'wui co,rv.
ly seem to be on the verge of a gen -
ulne recovery In trade, and reports re- ter were killed and two badly wounded,
celved during the week are of the most J A month ao a posse wa sent to
encouraging nature. The opening of . the camp of Papago to arrest some
the spring season there, ft Is believed, of them for canle-eteallng. The posse
promise-, to be the most auspicious ! was driven off. one horse being killed,
since the panic, ami the reM of the j Sunday morning "Chief Pablo, of the
country w ill witness a similar awaken-' band, and twenty-five of hi followers
Ing from the lethargy of the past few;entered the town, when they were all
years. I arrested and lodged in jail. In the
The unprecedented order for steel I afternoon fifteen more Indian rode Into
ralla. heavy foreign trade balances, j town and attacked the Jail. They were
which are being augmented now by the repulsed with the result above stated,
enormous export of corn, all tend to j Tuesday. It it said. Chief Pablo attack-
one conclusion that the dawn of pros
' peril y cannot be long delayed,
i PACIFIC COAST GOLD.
New York. February JO. The Even
ing Poet says the receipts of gold from
, the Pacific coast continues to attract
attention. Since January 1 the amount
has been between J4.000.000 and Ji.000.000.
'a good deal of which has been re
' celved by registered mall. San Fran
clsco has to remit In order to discharge
her obligations here, and as neither
I New York exchange nor legal tender
I notes can be obtained in San Fran
' Cisco to any large amount, gold ha
I been shipped.
I bing which the Buaffloan will not soon
; One of Astoria most prominent and forget. They met for a twenty-round
progressive merchants said yesterday j contest Jn the seventh round Fla
I that he was firmly convinced the farm-: nertjr ianc(ed a hard left on Erne's
ens of Claitsop oouirty could success- left eye Erne geemel to lose heart
'fully grow sugar beets of first-class altogether from this time until the
I quality. Efforts are "being made In j of tne fig.ht The referee aw arded
i Washington In a practtm.1 manner to Flaherty the bout.
j Introduce, augur bets Hn that state, )
1 while California has passed the exper- j MARKETS.
j (mental stage, and lis now largely in-
1 creasing the capacity of her manufAC- j;ew yorKt February 20. Hops Sten
jturinK plants to keep pace with the In-jdy; state common to choice 1S5 crop
reused production of sugar beets. The 5 to 7C. u; g to j3c; pacific coast
gentleman stated that he was person- iS95 croPi 5 to 7c; ijgg croPt 9 t0 13C.
1 ally acquainted with two German j gg Francisco, February 20. Hops
ch.wlsts, Klenrau and Otto, settlftl In 9 ami jic fir to choice, arnd 12 and
j California In the ytar 1S69. and super- l2H for fancy.
i Intended the Mm bewt sujrar enterprise Uverpool, February 20. Wheat Spot,
in that state, atarted by Mr. Dyer at!ftrmj demand poor; No. 2 red winter,
' Alvarado. Mr. Dyer still 4s a stockhold- '6s xo. 1 California, 6s 6Hd.
er In the concern, which Is now a
UIVIWIMI-.l III5 ..V-ISV..J. A .. ... v.iuuv
of manufacture have been greatly im
proved upon, so that now sugar can
be produced at a cost which render
a profit. Beets, as a crop, are of but
little use without the factories, and
factories are valueless without the
i beets. It Us a simple matter to flemon-
strata whether Clatsop county can grow by Contractor Glenn yesterday regard
Biignr beets or not. The government i nfr tne pnrxws of railroad work and
agricultural officials say that this coun-1 tne terms of various contracts let for
ty is the best adopted location In thej
Union for sugar beet growing. Clatsop
need not go through much of an experi
mental stage, as she con profit by the
experience of other. The department
will send to anyone beet seeds for ex -
peri mental purposes. Now Is the time
to plant. The sooner a thorough and
scientific test Is made, the better. If
the right kind of beets are grown, capi
tal will do the rest.
The Cathkunet band will give a ball
tomorrow evening, Washington's birth-
day, and extend a hearty invitation
to Aatotiana to participate In their festivities.
Defeated the Spnnish in Pour Engage
mcnts, Kith Heavy Losses.
CLTJAN LtJSSES INSIGNIFICANT
Di-coytxl the R(anbih Into a Trap In
Pojta Swamp and Cut Th!r
HirKuari5 to Plw
Cincinnati. February 20. A special to
the Commercial-Tribune from Jack-
VeMtn from I'lnar dH Rio today to
Col. Corbe give detalia of ergagementa
in Chat aectton recently, In ail of which
the Inauirenta were aucceairful. Near
Jaroeta, Major P. Morale engaged the
j San Martin troopa and after a two-
ihouni fight the Cuban machete chance
drove the Sf-aniard from the Held in
utter rout, they leaving I2i dead on
The inaura-ent deooyed the Spanish
Into a trap hi Jopeta swamp and out
their rear guard into piece and routed
a squadron of 500 men. The Spaniards
lost over 200 men.
At the woods of El Tovio waa another
disaster for the Spaniard, Col. Lor-
ente defeating Col. Martin' detach
ment of 800 men and forcing Mm to re
treat to San Juan T Martinet with a
heavy loss. The dead were left on the
At Janta the Spaniards made plucky
fight, but -rhe Cubans routed them af
ter a three-hours enaggement.
The Insurgents secured 200 rifle and
1,500 rounds of ammunition. Their loan
was less than 20. while that of the
Spaniards wa acknowledged to be over
Fight With the Papagos in Arizona
May Bring- Trouble.
Nogales, Arix., February 20. A fight
occurred last Sunday between the au
thorities of the mining town of CI no
ma, Sonar, Mexico, and a band of Pa
! Pgo Indians. In which four of the lat-
cvi ti gucuu OA UK jail n . i.. nu . t ,
and was shot dead.
Pablo was the son of one of the most
influential chiefs in the Papagn nation,
and it is feared serious trouble will
Got a Good Drubbing; by Martin Fla
herty, Now Champion.
New York, February 20. Frank Erne,
of Buffalo, who a short time ago got
a decision over George Dixon, the fea
therweight champion, was bested to
night, in the arena of the New York
Athletic Club, by Martin Flaherty, of
Lowell, Mass., who gave him a drub-
Hops Pacific coast, 3 15s
Portlond, February 20. Wheat Un
changed. FIGURES CORROBORATED.
There was much talk on the streets
yvterday, and In different business
houses, concerning the statement made
ooiwtruutkm. Many expressed the belief
that the report was Incorrect.
Yesterday, to set at rest any such
conjectures, or to prove their correct
nesBj an Astorlan representative called
jat tne railroad headquarters and wa
i there Informed by one of the officials
that the statements made by Mr. Glenn
were absolutely correct In every detail,
aa the latest figures obtainable
proved. "Mr. Glenn Is doing the work,
land certainly knows what he Walking
about. His statement as to the terms
'of the contract Is substantially correct.
Am to the length of time in which he
can do the work, bis judgment i cer
CREEKS ARE NOW
Intense Enitemcnt Among the Turks
Over Reported Massacres,
TUKKISH GUNS WERE SPIKED
Desperate Fighting Oolng on Colonel
Vaaso Proclaim Formal Ocru-.
potion of Crete by Oreece.
Cane a. Crete, 9:20 p. m., February 20.
The Mussel mans at Iff lino are great
ly excited over the report of mil rim -ere
at Sftia. It i reported that Uea
eral Sortied ha attacked the Insur
gents' pusHlon and that desperate fight
nlg Is procmdlng. Col. Vaasoa, com
manding the Greek military force la
Crete, has prootalmerl at Retlmo and
MerakUon the formal occupation of tha
Island by Greece. The Greek bar
occupied two Turkish tower at Fort
Agia, spiked their gun, and retired
to Canea, Whh the exception of three
town, the Greek are now master of
all of Crete.
Greeted by Governor Sadler at the Car
son City Depot
Carson, Nev., February 20. Whea
FTtBmmona arrived today he remarked
on looking from the window and seeing
tha snow descending, "Corbett brought
the snow; I thought I'd bring unhtne.
This is the one miss, but I don't ex
pect to make another.'
Gov. Sadler was on hand to greet
the pugilist and lent him an overcoat
to drive through the snow to hi train
ing quarter. Fit zslmn tons presented
the governor with a horshoe and an an
vil, highly polished, his own make, and
the governor exhibits It with much
,., . HANNA GETS .IT,,,
Will Succeed Sherman In the United
Springfield, February 20. The Ga
zette, which is regarded throughout the
state cJS Gov. Bushnell's official organ,
today publishes an editorial which I
construed by the governor's friend to
mean that he will appoint Mark Hanna
to succeed Sherman In the United
States senate. The editorial is not spe
cific, mentioning no candidate, but
states the appointment will be of such
a character as to increase harmony In
San Francisco, February 20. A vast
crowd assembled at the Oakland track
today and witnessed Barney Schrleber"
crack, Schiller, carry off the honors
in the Thornton stakes, four mile race.
Forth $3,000 to the winner. Owing to
the poor condition of the track, only
three horses faced the barrier, Schiller
ThornhlU, and Lobengula.
The race w as won by Schiller in S.DJ.
BRYAN TALKS AGAIN.
Sedajta, Mo., February 20. William
J. Bryan stopped here for a short time
this afternoon, while on his way to Jef
ferson City. He waa met by 1,500 peo
ple, and spent his time shaking hand
and making a speech. He said be
was surprised to see so many people
out: that since the mills and not the
mints had been opened, he had not ex
pected to see so many idle people.
I'kiah. Cal.. February 20. The moun-
tatnG around Uklah are now covered
with snow and the stages have been
blocked. Yesterday's storm was one
of the most severe on stock ever ex
perienced in this county. It Is esti
mated that over 25.000 spring lambs per
ished during the past three day.
Celebrated for it great leavening
strength and healthful now. Assure ta
food against alum and all forma of
adulteration common to 'the cheaa
brand. ROYAL EAKING POWDB
CO, NEW YORK.