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ICXCUUHIVK TKLKGHAPUIC. PRESS REPORT.
ASTORIA, OKEHOX: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL IK, 1837.
City Book Store
Stationers & Booksellers
All the Leading Newspapers
and Periodicals Kept on Hand j
LEGAL BLANKS AND
WHY DO WE KEEP
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 Load Line. Hanging Twine. Lead; alto. Oar, Oarlock,
Boat Cooking Utenalli, Sail Drill, Paints. Boat Nails, Etc., Etc.
Halt-MUrtlug HI Unit. 1'i'wi f Marine KiiKlnn.
roil IMICTM t I.All AIMlHKNit
HcrculcH Guh Rtiglne Works
40S NANMOMK NT., NAN rilANCINCO
UNION MEAT COMPANY
Shield Brand Hams. Bacon. Strictly Pure Lard
ALL KINDS OF CANNED MEATS
(luaraatmd th Best la th. Mark!
ORNER FOURTH AND OLISAN STREETS - lORTLAND, OREGON
The Columbia Iron Works
Blaeksmitbs, Machinists, and Boiler-makers
t'nrnvr KlghUvnth Rl. and Ktmnklln Av
Ross, Higgins & Company
GROCERS and BUTCHERS
AMTOHIA AND BANT AHTORIA
CHOICIi KRESH AND SALT MEATS
K. L. Boyle & Co.
Real Estate, Loans and Investments
H23 Commercial Street. Aastorla
Astoria Roofing & Cornice Co.
34 Gtavel. Tin and Slate Roofing
NINTH STRFFT Asphalt Paving- for Basements. Sidewalks and Streets
" " rcc 1 Asphalt Coating on Tin and Shingle Roofs
Repairing of all kinds of Roofs
Clarkson & McKvto Boom Company
LONG FIR PILING
Astoria Asphalt & Roofing Co. S2SSS-M
sad Repairing L.ailcy Roof..
.J. A. PASTABEND
House, Bridge and Wbarf Builder
t'alng gasoline or cheap dlstlllats oil.
Kiiinra connctl direct with pro
lllr abaft, anil no nolay, easily broken
bnvel imr) u"d In ravorso motion.
Naw apark device; no Internal sprint
il-trot- u burn i.ut.
SrnJ for leatlmonials.
Wo nre building Ihi-ae new s'yle, aslf
atar.lng mart tie engines In all slica
up t ?o horae power.
Every engine fully guaranteed.
216 and 217 Chamber of Commerce
N. JENSEN and R. 0. HANSEN
- House Moving Tools for Rent
ARE WORKING IT
The Dinylcy Tariff Will Hit Them
Hard I'mlcr the licit.
POSH AN TAR III-' REFORMERS
Are Stadimj Out Cut and Dried bwamcnt
Jkgalut It, (be Trssts Vast tdalorem
Instead "I Specific Dalies.
WaahllutMti. April V. WW. "Tin- fa.,
toty huii-ln liuvc had th-lr way," .aid
of tin. frame-m of tint tariff U.I,
talking to your iiirrs4tiiMlMit about
tfuit m.urt- ('"lay. "IVple who as
wiiiw that Ui workltiK mm and
women f Mm Villi"-! Mslit an- not
pl.-u-l with In.- IHiiKli-y bill show
that tiny know vt-ry little slmui what
lui Urn hi'.p-riiiig In thla country In
tlit- iai f. w week anil mtith. Xj
oiua of dilxirw u i widely repre
sented and ao fully heard by Individ
uuU r repreaeuiatlwa before the waya
am) means iomiilit-e nit ttu workltiR
lin ii, uiilimi, ix-rhuiw. It limy Ik- tin
frni.T. TImmm- tu clumu-a of the com
munlty nt only lm.l tlwir nay, but had
ttii-lr way. and the frw traders who
are llir-iwlutt alon.n at tlx bill now,
In I In- aJlKiipt to (tttui liflMlHfactlon
with H aJlloliK tlM? VuO-TM f tlx
cmiitry, rtww v-ry (kkit JuiUim-it, wid
ora iylitir Miythliitr but a t-omplliin nt
to U) lnu-lllonoe isT that cliuw of
'Ii you find any iiaitlm or it.i
titji auiilnat I M- bill. twH- that It tins
twn tltoroutrhly illptiM by th.- puli-
"in ttob-inn pio(.t; tttv Ih-Iiik fllM
wllii lih rotiiMiltttow by tlv- ImiKirt
luul aix h othi-r io an thi- ltiiort-ia
ran liifliiini-. And 'tlwU In rl',. Tim
li:i irliK. of eotuw. iiy lutu.nst thi-
bill, f -r It will rut down thrlr bualmia
mid nt.u-t th fiu lorb-N of t It! st rountryi
at work. A a jvult tt-y ar. IlKhtint:!
It by i-M-ry khmk. -U h iiiKiiat- li:.
it U workunr IU i-iirul rliu f
rltiX'-iia. Tin- t.ilwnfo lin j orti-i , for In-
tlhuii", lui- f.cnt out l-ldy-lllildi- rr -
t-i tin- iiiiiiufiu-tiii-iH of th- coun
try nri.l tn thlM wny ni- n-rtmir c-r-
tnhi u c :klu;m-!i who )uic not hud an
IHrtunlty tn nimy i-xwnlnr Ihe
nitualloii t. ("leu lhv forniii lri r--ni (t
It l a- (ii'iirnit, lH'wt-wr. tluit thp
loil nr tx-liuf 'wot-kiil' fiw the b-n-t-llt
of th.- lmirtTH that th- i-ffi-ct
W not airnl(ililu aixl Uw-re la lltllc
lrHH-'t thut tin- bill 1m K-oiiiK ti lx
inati-rluJIy oluinp-d. Of wurs thor
will h inliHir cIuuik. but th thor
ouirlily pritx-tlv' f.NHturin of th bill
An-whk-h the worklntm-n In the- iiianu
fiiftorl.n nnd Ili'Ma hav tutki-d are ((
ln In lw tvluiiHsl and even :r iigth-
WO I IK-
x 1N(! IT.
The atiil.-im-ivt hi tn-iitbinnn
atKiw quot.-d IndlciittM that the lm-porti-r
ihv th- chief anlmjonlHts of
the lH)i,"n-y till, und an opi)!lnK It
for Ki'lllxli and x-ronn.il reaaons, le
aiiHtaliii-d liy a-mie fncta which have
come tn th.- .ittention of r.iiiihum cf
coinri'''t wlinin the pat f'w diiya.
They have b.n rivelvlna; Irom repub
llcan tu-Hi.iiK-ra thn.UKh.iut the cixin-
try ropk' of a letter sent out by the
"llcfmiu I'liib' ol New York, propositi
to funil.-h thrin fpe of cot plute miu
ter prepared for the purpose of attack
Inif the Plnisley bill and rreatlns jiubllc
a-iillineiit aaiimt It. rninmnntln; up.
on this Icti'M-, iicneral Orwxnnor, f
(hlo, a nusiilHT of th ways and nienna
"The cimimlttce cm tariff tvnrm 1
nuule up Lintel y of Ktmtlcmen wlu im
Hrt Rooda Into this country, ami they
of ooume- are i-xivetllnuly Brrtevetl over
sptvllle (tit th. bihI, were I that rt of
lniorier, I would have aa mm-b. in-lef
a they have. Hut now the fact Ik
and the public may as well understand
It, tlw statement Is without foundation
In fact, and only a very few simple
statements will brand the whole docu
ment as absolutely falso and mislead-
In. The KrvnUwt trusts In this coun
try tiHhiy, ns the popular uiuK-rstitnd-
Inr la, and 1 think immrt, are he
siiK'ar trust and the Stamlarrl oil trust.
Will these jrontlement please answer
thla quest km: If th.? ways and means
committee has made a bill and Intro.
dU(d It and twured Its passage, Vpc
dally deslK'ned to aid trusts and mo.
ikipoltes,' why did It not conform to
the suKlfstlona of these two greatest
of all tle great trusts? And yet Uie
fiu-t Is that the two hnplest blows
struck in 'this bill, while not aimed at
any jwrtkmlar Uiiterest, fall h(avUt
uMm -the sugar trust and the stand
ard oil tnwt. Now what have, we done
with this bill? We have refused to
levy duties on cugar, upon the princi
ple Insisted upon by the sugar trust.
They, as la well known and widely
published, favor an ml valolem lariff
on sugar, doubtless as they have a
right to do, though understanding per
eons know that jnasked. under an ad
valorem duty Is a concealed differen
tial, and Mr. Dlngley gives It aa his
'iilnloii iluit If tln-rn la Nui-nuMl one
i-lrith of a mit diri-rt dliKTlmlnntlon
or 'IfTiTi-iitliil, Hi-,i th-r la at lat a
full ujLi-t r if h -nt In'-ludi-d u that
aoit of a tariff. Ttu- Iti-fonn Club of
S-w Vurk fnvom al valorem dull-.
In thla n-Kard th-y arn (M-hlrKl all the
liili-lllit-iil .-oil of thf world. Th-re
la ml no'v a tariff 1n Kupm that doi
ikiI r--rt to ! Hlr iludm (n all t"-alblr-
ivix-n, iuwl w1iTfVi-r a e-lf!c
duty la .-v1m1, a ci-rtiilu rlujw of Im-xrti-ra
always ;ry out aKalnat It. It
la -rfiu tly w-ll known that th- sugar
trua!, or Atrx-rhan Huar ItfllnlnK
I'omiMtny, u ifT'-nt oripuilcail'ai of hon
orabU iii-n ri far iia I koiw, aik.fd
f'r a dlT"r-titlal of a f.iirlh of acnt.
Thla bill icIvhh lh-;n but om-. UUh, ao
I am corni-t In anyhue ihnl no ne,
of th- ib ioaixla .f th- auifar tnint waa
i'.iiiiiIJ- with, and the pri--lat- rt-vns
of rv-rythhiK th-y aaki-d was given.
This V Chi ranx lly of m-n who.
mrouifii tn- wiiiton law, ,-lii-0 tipnn
lh linniuiiltii-ji and l-m-flu which have
mad- thi-in i-normounly rkh. Now
i'.m to th" inoiioioy of In Standard
oil. Tin. Ilrat llm In tht- hlntory i f
llw b-Klalalion "f thla country formally
yi-arx. have n-t.ll. ao far aa the
n.tloi of she h'ni-i- of r-p-THi-.i!.t'lve
In roiHt-m-d, thi- drawba'-k upon- tin
i-xartii with Aim-rlcan prolurcs, and
thta liaa l-m doiut airalnat th- pnti-at
of every rvrt-nintaUve of the rfund
ard all Coxiijiajiy. It haa nut ln
tiiH In any Mpirlt of oppaltlon or hos
tility to that irri-at and aut-o-wiful r
iraiiltHllon. but aa a matter of prn-i-lpb-.
bi-lbrvlnic that now we are pp
ilucliiK ui-h vaat quantities of tin in
the I'nltvd Htati-a, with a ppiape.4 of
KP-atly lnir-ail product. It will be
N-if.-ctly fair ! 't rid, atep by stt-p,
if thi-ir -irwlauka. Th'-te are, ir
luiia. 2j or :u prulucH of Am-il an
Inliu-lry said t. undi-r th dimlnlon
f ti ikta and (oinbliiatmns whose re
quitals to the cuiimitkv xver utt-rly
iKn. r. l and rofu--!. 81, th-n. .he
atat'-inrnt of tho cirvuiii Is utti-rly
faNe ...d willliHlt fuundattui in fart"
HEAL, ESTATE TRANSFrHS.
The following deeds were filed for rec
ord at the recorder's office yesterday:
l It. Thomjmon and wife to F.
K. Oliver, lots 17 and :'0 In
block . Ising Hrani'h $13. W
t'laru Houghton to Frank K. Ol-
IvtT et a!.. friaJn land diverlb-
"I by metes and bounds In s-.c-tlon
township 7 north of
range 10 wxwt 6iiO.M
K. '. Ailiims and wife to J. T.
John-on, 1 : -1 and , block
U'S. Mary Ann Adair's ablitio:!.. i'.' W
t'hu-i. I'.row n et al. to ol. la
Itrown. UA 19. block U. Mary
Ann Adair's addition 113.00
K. C. Adams and wife to Martin
Johnson and Ch&s. Hrown, lot
in. bl-H-k l-'S, Mary Ann Adair's
addition Ili liO
A. H. Stone to E. N. Husslng.
kts 1 and !, block 1, suIhIIvIsIoh
of blivk 10 as subdivided by A.
H. Stone 250.00
HCTL'ItN FROM SALEM.
Shrlff Hare tvtunied from Salem
ytonlaf and reKrted that the wenth
-r In the valley Is pnagnlflcent. Every
w here siriiig work w going on. The
men ar hard at wxirk at It in the
llelils, tlonting itato and grain; the
women are et wrk In the !ljwr gar
dens: trees are In bloom: vegetable
gardens ajre being planted, and all na
ture eoems dctennined upon a pryis-
lorous sson. China pheasants are so
tame that you can pWik Uvim up In
yiiur hnnds. and there are hundreds
of them everywhere. They evidently
know that it Is the dene sean and
simply sit on the reiu-os and laugh
at the ptisseivby.
Lots of It and There Is Good Cause
for It All.
The Kootenai country Is attracting
the attention of proupeotore. mining
mini, capitalist, speculators and all
the world, because of the vast wealth
of Its mineral resources; but that Is
nothing to the excitement which arises
at nienJ time among the passengers
txvtwwti St. Paul njid Chliogo on the
Wlwnsln CentnU Unes, where the
dining car service Is the best In the
world and prides are reasonable. For
further parUoulars apply to your near
ewt ticket agent, or address J. C. Pond,
C. P. A., Milwaukee. "Wis., or Geo. S.
Ratty, gonoral agent, 246 Stark street,
SerVloes During Holy Week at Grace
Tuesday morning prayer at 9, boy
choir at 4, adult choir at 7.
Wlednedaor niDrnlng Prayer at 9,
evening prayer and choir rehearsal at
iMaiulay Thursday Holy Commu
nion at 9, evening pray" noy
clioir a t 7.
Good Friday MVinvlng prayer and
sermon at 9, passion service at 2 p. m.,
evening prayer and sermon at 7:30.
Eartter Even (Saturday) Morning
prayer Jt 9, Holy baptism alt 4. p. in.
Easter Pay lEaxly Communfun at
6:30 a. m., midday aervloe at 11 a. m.,
carol service at 6:30 p. m.
Easter Communion at Holy Inno
cents at t a. m.
Senator Vest Airs His 1'crsonal Ideas
As to the Education of Kcd Me:
BREAD OF THE UNITED STATES
To Be Istroductd la the driest-Com si is
sioa of Three to Be Appointed to Istro
dace Oar rood Capitol .News.
Washington, April 13. In the senate
today Vet tqioke In crrtltiam of the
pr)vWon f the Indian aprotriatkon
bill alilHhing sectarian Indan sch-ols
He Iuk-w. he aakl, that wlat he said
would Mubjwt him (to bitter criticism.
Ha was brought up a Protestant and
had no curmctbn with the Itoman
Catholic church: tut he had no sympa
thy with that cowardly and Ignorant
sontinvont that any religious denoml
nation could munace our llbertfaa. He
had been reared to believe the Jesuit
were opposed to republican Inatliu
tbns, but lie had travekd through the
Indian country, visiting the schools,
and had found them a travesty on edu
cation, except when conducted by Jesu
its. Broken down preachers and de
funct poll tic lane were sent out to the
western country to teach the Indian
children. He had found, he said, that
the only Indian Softools accomplishing
any good were those conducted by the
"If I had control of (these schools.
proueeried Vefft, "I would give them to
those who have studied the Indians
I would Infinitely rather see tham
Catholics than mvagm. I do not be
long to that that would rather see
the Imlluini dunned than see him In
the Catholic church."
The Indian bill wai not comileled
when the sxiuvte adjourned to Mon-
HHBAD FOR THE ORIENT.
Washington. Ajirll 13. Fenator Har.-
brough his lntrKlucd a bill author.
Irfcig the aipointme.nt of a commuvi.-n
to Introduce and popularize the bread
fiaxls of the I'nlted States among the
Iple of the Ork-nt. It provide that
the commission shall corlst of thre?
members to be appointed by the presi
dent and confirmed by the scwate, and
t be under the control of the secre-taj-y
of agricultui-e. The salary of the
oimmlsH loners sliall be $3000 a year.
ami the camunlsttion is authorized to
employ a secretary at a salary of 13000,
and J30.000 Is appropriated to defray
the expenses of the commission la the
prosecution of Its work.
THE OREGON'S TROUBLE.
Washington, April 15. Captain Dar
kar. oomtmanding the battleship Ore
gon, tulegruphed the navy department
today from Bremerton, where the ship
Is tn the dry dook, that he had found
an obstruction to navigation, consist
ing of bowlders or sunken piling, upon
which the Oregon had settled while
tytng in iront ol the dock waiting for
the high tide. The chart showed two
feet of water nvore than the Oregon's
draught in the place where the obsta
cle waa found. It was supposed the
debris was left by the builders of the
dock at the completion of the work.
IMPORTED TIN CANS.
Washington, April 15. The republt
can sub-commKtee of the senate com
mittee on finance held an all-day ses
sion at the capltol to afford opportu
nity to the other 8enatrs to make
suggestions on the tariff bill. A mere
pronounovd favorable receptkm was
given to the suggestion fvr a draw
back duty on Imported tin cans In
which fruits and salmon are exported.
This euggestltm apeared to meet with
SENATOR VOORHEES BURIED.
Terre Haute, April 15. During the
two days the remains of the late Sena
tor Voorheea have been here the fune
ral has been delayed awaiting the ar
rival of the eldejst eon,, Charles S.
Voorhee, of Spokane. They have lain
In state in the parlors of the Terre
Haute hotel, where he has nuule his
home since he broke up housekeeping
a number of years ago. A steady stream
of people passed through the room and
looked on the face of their dead friend.
All classes and conditions of people
have been represented and their tear
ful eyes have told a story of universal
sorrow. He was burled thks afternoon.
THE KENTUCKY FIGHT.
Frankfort, Ky., April 15. The gold
democrats held no caucus today and
the program for the senatorial ballot
Is now the same as for the past few
days. Hunter's chief lieutenant said to an
Associated Press representative today
that they had no Idea, of ever with
drawing their candidate, but that he
might do so if it were required by the
administration. They admitted, hw
over, that th-y had good reasons for
believing that no swh rwpMMt or sug-
gmtlon will ever come.
Blackburn's force are confident that
the deadlock will last If Hunter re
mains tn the track, s the gold nvn
are practically committed to never vote
for him, and the BlaHtburn men will
go ao far as to lend him encourage
ment rather than see him quit the track
and ruin their plans for no election
until next winter.
Domestic Markets Weak, but Foreign
Purchases Very Heavy.
B-srton, April 15. The AmericanWoo!
and Cotton Reporter will say tomor
row of the wool market:
There haa been a notable decrease
In activity the past week, accompanied
In aome cases by higher quotations.
The prominent feature of the market
is that many d eaters report very little
wool which they can offer for sale.
The tatsened activity la due partly to
this fact and partly to the fact thai
the manufacturers have been reduced
to a state or great uncertainty by the
conflicting news from Washington, and
are conaeijuently anting In a very con
servative manner aa regards their en
largements of raw material. The most
striking feature haa been the great
activity of wool in foreign markets as
compared with domestic, "4 per cent
of the oxal eaten tn Boston for the
week being foreign wool. The Imports
of wool the past, week have been enor
mous, amounting to 18.000.000 pounds.
Prices are extremely firm la all kinds
Portland, Or.. April 15. The state
central committee of the people's party
held a meeting here today to discuss
the future pMkiy of the party in thla
state. Chairman loung, of the state
committee, presided, and there was a
full attendance of members of the par
ty from various sections of the slate.
A full discussion of the party policy
was had and an address was issued
to the people In wbicb It waa set forth
that rureaftea- there would be no fu
sion of populists with any other pollt
IcaJ party of faction of another party.
The platform of the populist party.
adopted at St. Louis last year, was -
aorsea ana an parties ana persons ia-
vorlng these principles are hivlted to
ally thejuselws with the populists.
Boston. April 13. Shortly after John
L. Sullivan returned from Carson, his
manager, Frank Dunn, posted $1000
with a Boston paper to bind a match
with Champion Fttzslmmons. Up to
date no notice has been taken of it.
The Sullivan people mean business, it
is claimed, and the money wilt be
drawn down and placed with some New
York paper. Dunn has empowered
Nels Innea, the sporting editor of the
Boston Herald, to go to New York
and challenge. Fitxalmmons again In
behalf of Sullivan. Dunn will make a
13000 bet that Sullivan wins. Innes will
be In INew 'York tomorrow and fee
Fttzslmmons and demand an answer
of yes or no.
PRINCESS DE CHIMAY.
London, April 15. A Paris dispatch
says the Princess de Chimay, formerly
of Detroit, Mich., was only Induced to
renounce her debut at the music ball
there today after an interview with the
prefect of police In Paris, who threat
ened to close th hall and expel her
from France If she carried out her in
tentions of appearing on the stage in
It is eald the prefect's action was
due to the influence of Prince de Chi
may anid several leading members of
the Jockey club. In addition, tne police
earned that the friends of thp prince
Intended to create a scandal in the
music hall, pelt her with rotten eggs
and rabbits and perhaps Invade the
stage and administer physical correc
tion. CHINESE FOR CUBA.
Montreal. April 15. A party cf nine
ty-one Chinese arrived in Montreal
last night by the Canadian Pacific
Railway, from China via Vancouver.
Tomorrow they will continue their
Journey to the southward, where they
will take the steamer for Havana.
They are going to work on the sugar
plantations of Cuba, and say they are
going at the Instance of the Spanish
government, which sent agents to Ch'
na to assist immigration to Cuba.
BROKE THE RECORD.
New Haven, Conn., April 15. Clar
ence Slgney Verrill, son of Prof. Ver-
rlll, of Yale, has broken the strength
record made by Charles Chadwlck, of
Yale, recently. Chadwlck broke the
total strength record of Lovernlng, tha
Harvard champion, of 1623 kilos. Chad
wlok's total was 1638. Verrlll'a total
1676. Verrill Is a aclentiric school
freshman and weighs only 118 pounds.
For sale cheap and on easy terms.
four choice building lota In McClure's
Astoria, For particulars call on Howell
Ward, 519 Bond street.
THE END OF A
Wife of Henry Ward Bcecher's Ac
eusor Died On Tuesday.
HER DEATH KEPT SECRET
Lived It Retireneit Siac tbe Crest Trial
Theodore Tiltos li rris Where He
flat Lived Ever Siece.
New York. April 13. Mrs. Elizabeth.
R. Til ton, tr nkfe of Henry Ward
Beeoher's accuaor, died on Tuesday
last at her home at Brooklyn. Tbe
news of her death waa not made pub
lic until today. Since the famous
Beecher trial she has lived la strict
retirement In recent yean ahe baa
shared her borne with her widowed
daughter. Even the fact of her death
was kept secret and there are no ex
ternal signs of mourning about tha
house where her body ISbb. Theodora
Tliton, her husband, is in Paris, where
he haa lived ever since tha Beechrr
For a long time Mrs. TUton was al
most totally blind, but less than a year
ago she underwent an oiperation soul
regained her sight. Then about a month
ago she suffered a paraJytlo stroke,
from which she was slowly recovering.
when, to the tetter part of last week,
she was again stricken.
The funeral services were held to
night. Few were admitted to tba
bouse. Malachl Exeter, a preacher of
the Plymouth Brethren, to which sect
Mrs. TUton betneured, officiated.
The Interment will take place tomor
SAMARIA IS LOST.
So Says the Captain of the Alcalde,
V.'bioh Sailed at the Same Tlmu.
San Francisco, April 13. The lmprea-
okin ttint IHa inurlimi hvn flimflrlft.
;,, ... pn-.
laden, has gone to the bottom, grows
stronger day by day. as no tidings
come frra the overdue vest-el.
The Alcalde, which left Seaotle simul
taneously with the Samaria, arrived In
this port April J. The Alcalde's master
says that on March 25 he encountered,
a terrible southeast gale and after be
ing in company wth the Samaria four
days the vessels unintentionally sep
arated. The , Samaria was laden mo
deep in the water that the seas broke
over her and she wallowed badly In
the trough' of the isea. The Alcalde
had hard work saving herself and only
escaped from the fury. of the storm by
throwing out oil bags, which moderat
ed the force of the sea immediately
about her. On the following day tha
wind moderated, but .there was no sign
of the Samaria. Much wreckage waa
drifting about and the Alcalde's offi
cers saw at set or emps steps ana a
corpse tangled In a mass ropes which
drifted astern. The Alcalde's captain
is confident that.' the Samaria and all
her crew are at the bottom of the sea.
REV. AARON CHURCH DEAD.
Seattle, Wash., April 15. A Post-In-itelllgencer
'special from South Bend
announces the death of the Rev. Aaron
Church at that place yesterday. He
crossed the Plains tn 1848 and preached
the first sermon In Pacific county. Ha
leaves 123 descendants, of whom seven
ATTACHMENT AGAINST TACOMA.
New Ycrk, Aprl 15. An attachment
for $730 was lsued fcxlay against the
city of Tacoma, in favor of John Dil
lon, for services rendered in 1893 in
connection with the issue of the water
and light bonds.
Celebrated for Its great leavening
strength and healthfulneaa. Assures tha
food against alum and all forms of
adulteration common to the cheap
brands. ROYAL BAKING POWDER
CO, NEW YORK.