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MUCH MORI THAN THRU TIMI A
Ur,B a THAT 0 ANY OTM1R CAMR
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In Tim AtiKiH
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KULIv ASSOCI ATED PWI.SS "mi PORT
ASTOIMA, ORMiOX: TlKSDAY MOUXIX, J INK I, 18'J7.
The House Furnisher,
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W fnui -.tcMts;..n I ,i!'.- an.l Nil iniiii ('hnirs, wc idler a a spec ial in
iliiicincnt ! k m lt-r..fi!u- AsiMMi.w, p.i. U.I. 1'. . 11. I'.irtlrtml, for 5i 7. 50
ir li ne t ti- (."Honing n-i 1.1I l.ir: .litis ills.' 1 offer:
Parlor Suils. m-i-iint! " ' I'mhh, i Patent KorVer, 1 U-nt'
I .it,;r tin ( hair. Kit q.fioli Chair, all itoli.l oak, Uplml
sutr.1 in I .ij.oi!) . nh ilk I'1ii-Ii 'rriiiiiiiiiij;s at $n.$o.
orlor SullN. ult.iii riusli. miiic tisimlx-r of j-leics as the alxivc at $3$.
Chnmlicr Suits. M i'U-, rmishcl 111 a .ictt. liht Lir. li, roiiKistuij; f nc
i'..M.Mc.i. 0 feet hi;h, 4 feel it nu he i.lc. 1 liureaii with
lipvele.l mirror j.jx.'o in 1 lies. an. I three lar'e drawers; one
( '..inli:i..nioii U'.tslistainl, with two lur'c ilrawers ami cal-inet
.rlnv fur 5 1 1.50.
Chamber Suits her.il M.i !e M:ir..r. itn hes .i4-oo
Ash Minor. : : : " i.joo
Ash Mirier. " 5-00
sh Chrr.il Mirror, i.s)o ' 7-5
n.,k I'oi isin i Mnror. j ;,o " '7.50
1 .ik i-m i' Mijiot. t. o - .'i.oo
I linn t 'h irs. ('.me eat, I'.r.ue tu. eaeh 7?''-
l-At.-u'.ioit TaUes. Ash. (. f....t 5.oo
K:t h. !i Cnplio.ir.ls, wire front it. loh ' oo
HoH-ahoU I i.Msnte Tallies. " 3. 00
Tajiesirv r.nissells C,ii'it, per yanl !'
Ingram Carpets, all wool 501'-
Japanese Matt;ii(,', Imen warp, 10 ls 6.50
Chmsse Matting. (0 jar.ls 5. 00
Weiniiard's Lager Beer.
Always In The Lead.
A Stmt Homo Product, Ma.le of IIonu Mateiiiils.
Special racilitii'f for Sl'iippiiif; in Car-loa.l l.otf. Orders for Keg or
Uottle.l lleer in any quantity to lo adilivsse.1 to
Cor. l'Jth ei Coinmcrcial Sts., Astoria, Oregon.
Freo Heliwry anywlietv in tin- City.
Telephone No. oil.
City Book Store,
fishing Tackle, Base Ball Goods, Hammocks,
Lawn Tennis Sets, Etc.
LATEST PERIODICALS. PAPERS AND MAGAZINES.
Blank Books. Stationery. Type Writer Ribbons.
Carbon Paper and Office Supplies.
GRIFFIN & REED.
K. Boyle & Co.
Real Estate, Loans and Investments
B2.i:Commerclnl Htrcct, Awtorla
The Second week of Bargains
at SHANAHAN BROS. Great Bankrupt Sale
Of Kohem's Stock.
Red Hot Ones.
Red Hot Ones.
Steel roi hct hook,
A 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 thillllllc'H
N ire hair pins
l ead pelieils, 2 for
I'm. t rakes toilet soap
All silk rihhon
1 cent each
i MS pkK
5 rts box
1 rt yd
3 c t ea h
Safety pins, 6 papers for 5 cts
I)ress shields per pair - 4 cts
Turkey red handkerchiefs 3 c each
Clark O. N. T. crocket cotton 2c pr ball
Children naarath waist 10 c each
13 pieces 40 inch black fijjurcci mohair
dress 'ools, wurth 75 cts, no 39c yd.
300 yds best I rench Chambey, worth
i2':C yd, sale price 8J3C yd.
Red Hot Ones.
Fruit of the Loom muslin at 70. yd.
54 inch w ide Ladies' cloth, all colors,
worth 75c, sale price, 34c per yd.
Velveteen, all colors, 2$ cents per yard.
Lace curtains at 59 cents per pair.
10c heavy outing flannel for 6c per yd.
Shirt waists, at your own price.
Red Hot bargains at SHANAHAN BROS. this week; dont forget.
580 COMMERCIAL ST
HOW THE DAY
3AXD THE EARTH
SmiccN In tin- I'.ast ami at (irunt's
Stert Earthquake Shixhs in the
(Ill: .. A. N.
(.cncul ft'itiilM 1 Astoria I'l'vcssio ii
the norainij ami Speeches in
the t v c 0 i b .).
"SUPERIOR" Stoves and
Ranges are EASY TO
For Sale at the atore of E. R.HAWES. J. N. LAWS, nanager.
N. y.uH, M o 31 - A r;ilny fun-noon
Im. ff. r. l Koaiiy uliti il.r otiM-rvaiif of
M ' iM i 1 I I'.iy 111 ,'t. V.,rk 11ml n'.v'.ii
My Til-r- .Mv, li i.ir. rcminllt.'ci ut :
."trriin. ..f tin- l iij.-n miny tit all ll.v
r, rn i.'rl. in i.K'l itiMtijt N.-w Ynrk tu
.If nr. ii.- t!V urnvi s n( ili. lr cmtir .uli-p
li,i tiur l.xin.t In Tinl Muff. Tin lululi
i.f 1;. .1.T.1I ; r .ii ( In Itivi riili' p;irk m
. n tin mi . rnl Jvi.. irltuli'H fr'itn
In. ..1 t',t 0! lr H A V t.W l i ',
f.-i:.i.t ,1 ln lns.nl-'I. Tliiwir-' fur
(In 1 mli (if 1 1.'iti't .1) .;i.int. Klv.rnlil.
f.uk. Ni Vrk. fioiii tl..- f.iiiM-rv:.tory.
i:..uiii Miinsl'.n. V;i!;lii-iin. t ('.'
'iMitiiim ! 1 1 . 1 ' 1 ' 1 i!ni r
'fin I L t 1.1.- ..ill h VI' Will lit Ihr Olt!l
ri'n:iiii-nl. t:i M-i-lii. n S'i':urr. lv M.iyur
tin",!, tin iliy oiIM.il- .ill.! jn.iilti-ni j
it:. tin T!i.- Nnili-ri.il OunrJ 1II1' rit
I --i r t l.-i ; ... Oils ..ir Xnrlniii i.rini. of
Hi.- n.iUi'ii.il r .r.'. hiiwt'v.-r. et
I'M ill..!. l!i.'..iitr . ..iviilry iin.l urul-
l r' -1. l.ii'liiui lit; trurtl liir ..'trliiilM forts
ir tli- ilty .nut ih. ii!. ii aii'l iti.irtnos
Ihk In lln-'
In I ir.Miklyti I'"" ncti t,.ok mrt In t!u
r in.l Army i irmliv ll wax ivvtmisl
liy Mayur tir-i. r ni'l o- nir.il Mi I . r
inn! ilf ju.Ik. 1. of Hi.- Siiiis-mr I'mirt . i
rin wiattiir i:t.' tni.iiH. ly tint at
ilrmiO ti-mli Hit" .itti rniHin, luit Hr- .
nrnii n. niliisl tli. ri- to tiiko mrt In ,
tin- rHiTi'l-". of th- I ' lyxsM-s S. I.nint
I'.-nt of tin- U. A. 15.. of Brooklyn. K1..W-1
r w.-r.- .IimUih1 In Hi.- irytt ami nr-t
rotitiiwii.. To tti.- li ft n 11 niairnllioi-nt
llnral onlrlliutliMi from tin- Chln.-so mln-lti-r
.mil 10 Hi.' rliclit an linnunso nnth
in.-iitiil liy ll"' Confisliriil.- ramp of
this rty. An ii'Mrr na 111. ul.- liy Mayor'
Hinmif. 1111. 1 IUslnii N. wman ili'llvrrcl
an oration 1
I.I11 l-m.i I i'1'iiiiii't.; iklyl. ati.l in 111
' Il k, at lli KuiitM liuri li, in''-l;tl
..,. nn.lirnl T.'io ili;i t. "Him I
,..!. ! . " l.y Mr. J T l:wn ai.1 Mr J. W. j
t Jiil' Int. w.m om- ot tin- fi-ati:riN of tii j
j 'lay. Mm. I(omT t.-.i itlfully ri'.li i on
' t r.i I to mi li no roriimint. litl Mr. Uil-
1 In r' tri or, alw.y a tuiur.illy K'io .' :
Mill .-, I1.1. U.'ii inn. h lii!r.vi 11 ly rul- J
I'l'altiiii, aii'l th to olri n narnioritr.-il i
1 m I-M, makliiK t'"' mitnl'i rii of tin' l-.rjr" !
aii.lli iin' furKi-t for tti.1 tlni-.- U: rari' j
1 .111.1 Korrii-ii of i-vi ryjay Ilf -. ami lift-j
1 1,- ill. in to lilk'tur r.almi. of thought.
( I I.I IIUATION in Mr lioiiiiiK.r. at tiw c .tn-n -.iitr.rt.il j HLTLDIXGS KOCK I'EKCEITIULY
rliur. li, mill ! v. Mr. Trurnl'iill, ul ilu-j
i Ili.itlm cliun li. ili-llw risl n-rmor on the
'.lay, ilrawltitf rlrh Iihh; of Ilk- from.
tl. il. .ii of thv i-.irit Rom- i for.-. At j Teople rr'ijhtcitd is Several Cities Vi-
i;ra.f i liuri!i vri-r wri.i'. Rt. t.n 1 liratioos is Severe is They
Hhort ir.ai liil u iMtrlotlr t : iron to a ' ,.
. . ... Vtrt il tSSO.
lai'K' conKOKillon. aiwl tli.' ik) rlrlr 1
.liiriii." 11k m-rvli-e iiani! 'Am. rli'a
CusliliiK I'oot, No. II. alti'o'li 'I In a oo.)y
tin- mryli.-i. at the M. K. church, Il.-v.
Mr Walt r ili llvrrlriK n Kincial n-rmon.
Th iliur.li wa lianisom.ly .lie r;,lr-1
In tin- national color, ami Mowers anl
.niH . rr Krouuro uikmu w ouipu n i . ,hortl,r .Juration. The most nuiistantial
lilatlonn. 1 no tioir miik ni'-sic appro-j u.i.in
! In Turki y ha U-.-n farrl' .i on to tin1
j liHitiHfactlon of the uultan. fyrr.-
l-athy with mlsnlon ork ami reporte-l
Ini-rvli w with litrn In hl-h he wan ir.B-Ir
to say that the Turku would iiifl thtr
rr.atrh In the Grek, caunp.1 talk ahoiit
hl a(iKjlntm-nt In Cni.t..ntlrKple.
"In vlf-w of the mulille of matt."
aid Dr. Angell. "I cannot ay wh-n I
shall have for Turkey. Th prrsumiHlon
1. 1 may t'rll you can.ll.iljr. that I ulvill
nr.. hut wh-n I rannot dttlnltely say. f'f
cours it may b that the sultan tny
rvfiis. to lie appaJK-.! and will continue
to ronskif-r me too gjOd an American or
too ha3 a man. a you pleae. to have
In six-aklruc of the twsslblllty of hli ap
pointment b minister to Spain If the .,. 1
ton tvtili rpfuse to withdraw his pro
t.st. Ir. Ansell aald:
"To my knoniflse my name has not
!n mf-ntioned In conncrilon with the
The doctor Is eonfidtnt that the state
0jki) and Stiver Mow Kuutes Will
Receive Xew Traffic.
BLSIXESS WILL BE DIVIDED
Kick rinm for the Birliigtoi. 5orthen r
citie iid Great Nortten tiioi
ficilie the Loser.
Omaha, May 31. Speaking of the open-
dpartmnt will meet the sultan's pro- i ing f the Ostdea gateway and the rTect
C l.irk.lit:rv. W. Va., May 31. A severe '
'.irtt'.iiuake sho k wuj. felt in this city
ut 1 ft rr l-.ull.-v luuli'.. iu,.u.n,li ftl. I '
I'lWis liy a stcorsl sh.,i k. milder and of ana lnal ae "ave Ior oneanunuiiie grr Ulcktnson, of the t niou I'actnc, ;iia:
"I cannot predict wlutt the effect will
t.t to tin; satisfaction of both parties on triftjc arrar.grements. General liana
ltf.5n a ahort time.
he. and I do not think anyone can at
this time. There w ill probably he a
conference at any early date between the
the city rooked ix-rotDtihlv
prlate to th. oi calon. Tile ul.)".t of i ul(J wnuf of lh. ooeu,,,,,, were unable 1IOW" THEY RECEIVED THE NEWS.
lb.' nenlm? was th" truj:L'l.- for truth',,, kr, lh,.lr f(.el Thil) waJ the firs, ;
.,n.l thi' nobility cf the na'ion The ; l.,rtt.(1uake r iorti.sl tiere since the n!eln-'n, Durranta Now Propose to Appeal to i f'nlon Pacific and the Shcrt Line officials
speaker Mid, In pan: "''"I" ,;'r K",irn-i or;J.U' Charleston uuake in Auu-ust ly-C the FedeiTl Authorities. ! to make such traffic arramrementi U
mr.ii in tin Vnlt '.I States l.a.i so far I
in tin Vnlt "I States l.a.i so far; tare, necwaary by trm change. ., . . ....
U en a siicc. ss. It las Its fn.lts. hut' j. LOUISVILLE ,,an Eranclsco. May SI. Mr. and Mra. "There will be no Increase of traffic, of
lias n..l it f.ill.sl. and our n.itlcn I. ad. , Durrant received the news of Governor j course, and th opening of the Oden
i ll others Carlyle one said that nith- j Ix.ulsvllle, May 31. A distinct earth- Kttdd's decision shortly after 1' o'clock ' gateway will simply mean that the busl-
ItiiC lioble luid yet beer .iceo:nl !icd byrijuake shock was felt in this city shortly last nlitht. They expr-ssod th--m'lve . ness will be dirided up.
An i Hi a. Is not the sal .liiltii.' of a vast . nfter 1 o'clock this afterno5n. No dnni- as sreatly d!s.".iii)'ntcl. but neither rrar- i General Pas.n!rer Apent L.i.'.x, of the
.o.iiitry. the liull.UtiK of l ieu, s and . ilies j aire wils done. The chock last.nl a'.-o it Ifested any emotion. They took the rrws j I'nion P.icili ntld that whatever ehanjrea
which ri.il anything in Eur.ip". ih-IiI-T ; in e snconds. The vibrations passed from quietly and gave vent to neither arscr; would be brousht about by the opening
I not the building of wis". i..lli" ii'.t J . uth to north. nor tears. Mr. Purrant was w!th his i of the gateway he was as yet unable
tiirotu.')) the emir.- l.itd. many of therti 1 son at Pan Qiten'ln for soveml houn" state. The chancre would be more
aer.iss tuountalrs and 1 in stretch.-s i,f ' N TF-NNESSTE yct.PUy iifternoon. Mr8. Durrant ' w lit j important to the fr"'?ht than to the !-
0. s.-rt. n.,1 le? Is It not u noble n.-hlne-j ' po ovrr '.o.!:iy to visit him. She declares , s-nper department.
nieiit tu fill the land with it. hools. col-; Knoxvillc. T.'itn.. Mav An earth- that if he is executed snewin pres-cnt. uenerai Arcnt brancis. 01 trie uurunK-
l"S'. carts of J tstite and chuuli.s .' , ipiake ii,. k was felt here this aft. rn-ion
i-'roin a small b. Kiatilni;, Utile m..re than
Eusrene Peuprey, Durrani's attrr.ey, . ton, tsald:
n ceiif.iry ni;o. the vast i.r.a of the
t'niiid fl.il.s has been neopltJ until now
th.r. l.i no more land !o pioneer from
tin- Atlantic to the l'acltic. and we are
llvli.R wtlh the l ist of tin- pioneer.'. There
will Is- no more v. tenuis of the I itt- wur
the last on.-s an- now living 1:1 0'ir
midst. Were not the contpiei'inK of the
wilds and the preservation of tho I'nion
n.'bli- ditsls? In science, philosopny, nrt
Hid literature our works mid .c.rl:.rs
luive made their way Intiwevtry Euro-
penn city and compare favorably with
the old worll. Is not this noble? You
say all this Is commonplace. Well, then,
look at the heroes of th1? army of Tm-nc.ss.-c.
which covered a 3.W-nill' march
' without a defeat. Were not their deeds
I heroic? lit ttyslHiru ranks with Mara
thon. There was a nobility nmoni; the
' rank and file of the army whoso nanus
j will never he Ins. lbe.l '.n h'story, but
j they endured all thlns ami their ni'in
! hood saved the nation. Thank God we
have not forirott.-n them. Hail them with
lltrateful hearts toniv'ht!
j "We arc tiMnirlit mcmlvrs of a grind
army, which Is growing moro ritnicrocs
j day by day and Is led by an Immortal
'captain, whose victories will mver cease.
1 There ure many divisions of this army,
- j but ail are lltrhtintr for the same end.
Kansas City, May 31 -The feat'ire ot u.t KU.h ,iim1 tvory o0 (,re tonlsht en
tile Memorial services In this city today j K, , ,h u nrn.y , 8lt onp pf tt9 Rrclt
llvlsions, and press onward 10 the ttr.at-
.Many chimneys were shaken down. A re- last nlirht said there was yet an appeal , 'Tt Is good news for the Burllnston.
port from Joneslvro states thai the pending before the supreme court. He J The effect will be to let us Into the terrl-sh.H-k
was quite severe, and teople ran added: tory of the Short Line, from which we
Into the streets.
"Failing In the state courts, we may 1 have been excluded In the past, and In
fill' our case In the federal courts and stead of having but one route through to
ask for a writ of supersedeas to the j Portland and other Northwestern points,
; warden of the state prison, based uin , the Burlington will now have two. We
proceedings (lending. This will pre-! can now route passengers either via BU-
cxecutlon and can be done 'lings or via Denver and Salt Lake. The
In.lianaiiolis. May 31. At 1 o'clock a ! the
sllKht earlhuuake shock was felt here, vent the
The shock was most noticeable In the, either by application to the United ; acquisition of the latter route will not
lire to.-r and high buildings. States supreme court or to those of In- be at the expense of the former. We
ferior Jurisdiction. ! can simply give travelers tlielr choice
IN SOUTH CAHULINA. j Referring to the possibility, Warden ' of routes, that's all."
: Hale says he will be governed by the '
Spartai.burg. S. C. May 31.-A distinct 0,,,mori ot lh. attorney general. , THE 8ILVER BOW.
earthquake t-hook. shaking and raltllng1 j -
buildings, was felt here at 1:15 p. m. It 1
was as severe us that of August, ISSC.
A PIONEER SUICIDES.
Vlcksluirg, Miss., May SI. An Immense
assembly Joined In the ceremonies of Per
oration Pay at the National cemetery
today. In accordance wllh the custom
of years, a delegation of Confederate
w-teraiis took Mowers and scattered them
over the graves.
Cincinnati, May 31. Dispatches report
an earthquake felt distinctly all over
! Denver. May 31. A siteclal to the Ke-
publican from Butte, Mont., says:
Requested That His Grave Be Decorated ! One of the results of the recent Oregon
on Memorial Day. : Short Lino arrangements with the Rio
! Grande Western, by which the Ogden
Oukesdalc. Wash., Leonard Niho'.tl. a j gateway Is opened to the latter roud
IN KANSAS CITY.
was the Interment of the remains of the
Confisleratc General J. O. Shelby. The
body had reposis! In the receiving vnult
at Forest Hill cemetery since tnc gen-
ral's death last winter.
Throughout the city yesterday was ob
served as a general holiday. At 9 o'clock
In the morning Cushlng Post, led by the
Ohio, Kentucky ami West Virginia.
"CUBA PIG MEAT.'
pioneer resident of this section .commit-1 equally with the Union Pacific. Is that
: ted suicide at Pine City, fourteen miles th(S Montana Union railroad will, on and
, west of here, under circumstances un- afler tomorrow, be operated separately.
usually tragic. i The road is owned partly by the Union
j Late at ntght he went to the cemetery ; und Northern Pacific, but will hereafter
The Way the Spanish I.nbel Cuban Car- . wnpr(? tne l0,,y of hls fir9t wlfe -, ; be nm M. m lnlependent road. It
casses In Havana. , brUvi, took a fatal dose of strychnlie, j als0 announced that the Silver Bow gatc-
; and tht n fired a pistol ball Into his brain. way wiIi be opene.1 to the Northern Ta-
iiawina, .viay ..i.-Among ine lor.-ip-i-; Th My wa3 follIul npxt d;l. acr0S!l the clfl(, am, Grpat Nortnprn roada
era Imprisoned here Is the nephow of a praV(?. Nlhoul hnd been vln ln Sp0. : lhem a soutiVrn outle, , 0?uen.
Kontan cardlnul and the son of an Italian fcnne. where he conducted a little cigar
genoral of note. He was a lieutenant on nnJ confectionary store. He had a see-i
his father's staff and after his departure ! nIul wife. It l9 they did not live i
from Abyssinia he visited the Holy Iaind. happily. His first wife committed suicide , Governor Budd Will Not Interfere In the
went thence to Barcelona and embarked 3t j-ine (sjty four years ago. A note was' Cases of Durrant and Worden.
for Cuba. His name Is Victo Emanuel 1 f0n.i on Nihoul's bolv reuuestlne that ; .
Dierexia, Count of Gaudo Pollon, a na- his grave be decorated with flowers on'
MURDERERS TO HANG.
tlve of Turin. He holds two d.voritions 1 Memorial
from his monarch, tlie Order of the Crown !
and State and the Order ot the Holy Sep- j THE Pi
Marine Band, and followed by schod ulehre. Count lbercrza was an csted by
! children and cltlrens. .Mich If.den with I tho Spanish authorities while he was cn
j flowers, to the rcfraim of muffled drums j doavoring. they say, to reach the rebel
land solemn music, marched to the hill- i lines, and Weylcr has kept him tncom-
sldo cemetery, where the usual services municado In one of the Itllhlest cells or
The observance of Memorial Day In
Astoiin ciiiiiiiieiice.l on Sunday, and was
concluded last nkhi with appropriate
exercises at Fisher's Opera House No
moro patriotic city exists In tho Union
Flags were at half-mast Sunday, nnd
niilioiiei. Ihrt u'eiiiher va.t somewhat
,.... .1,.. iii-.lor of the neoi.le was not ln" '" lne ,lmu "''
damiH-ned. At 1:' P. m. 'he tonm,.r revlvnl f the memor-of great nnd nobl,
11.11..., . .ii..-. l..ft 1...,. il.u'k for 111
... . . dead, who took nart In the exeat struggle 1 "'lie
wooil, carrying three iiiinuicu pi upie nn'i
bushels of Mowers for the decoration of
the craves at that beautiful burial
, .... ., . .... ..,.,, , 'iis packtd by
xroiuiii. mniin in ........... .... ... . , T-i .... ... .i bin.i
ni..e.i...i i largely prisiominaiing. Long oeiore ine . "e Mi. n.iur. m. . i-..s ......c
hour set s o'clock the house was llhed
"l - WANTS PEACE.
Secramento. Cal.. May 31. Governor
; Budd has decided not to Interfere ln the
death sentences of Theodore Durrani nnd
of the G. A. R. were hell by the post
and the thousands of Mowers were of
fered nt tho shrine of departed heroes.
Husiness w.is generally suspended during
Cabanas. He is charged with having
come to Cuba as a rebel from the rebel
Junta In Paris.
At San Antonio de I09 Bancs six poor
countrymen, after having boon ln town
tw o days without food, asked perml.'sion j
Salter D. Worden. The formr was con
victed of the murder of Blanche Lainont
In Emmanuel church, and Worden wa
found guilty of wrecking a train during
1 the A. R. U. strike three years ago,
Constantinople. May 31.-The Turkish I .hc ,..,.. clark nna three rnited
government has replied to the collective ! gtatM wm
Latest Note From the Turkish Govern
ment to the Powers. i
note presented by tho ambassadors to
j the porte on Saturday last. The ambfls
! sailors then announced that they did not
i deeds done by those, both living nnd ; from the military commander to go a
outside the forts for vegetables.
'for the preservation of the Union
ln the evening
dense throng, ladles : ?cnt out "to operate against the enemy
object to the conclusion of a military
armistice, which the Turkish government '
Insisted must be signed between the mil-!
ltary commanders In the field, after which 1
the porte will negotiate the pence condl-1
tlons with the ambassadors, the treaty 1
Permission was granted, but half an
... . .. .... ,1. i l,r...f I. it..t .1... I.... il .rn..i.lln nri... teua
risiiers v'1'.r;, uoi.se, cs - ,.( bv Turkish nnd creek
plejiliKitcntiarles In Thessaly
In tiiis !
people dlsetnlxirked and wore
every assistance by the management
.lacing the profusion of llojvers upon the t"llr.g room was not to be had.
graves) throughout the grounds. Nature
Iin.l been iiroiilllnns. I be llL'ht showers of I
jnf j tirapeti, lutil was occupici iiy usniui;
b nte M . si, ine speimer 01 uic e. t'iiuiK, 11. mi.
The stage wus beautifully decorated with
designs In Mowers and Mags gracefully
the morning having freshened up
foliage and turned the grass n
trreetier. Twn hours were silent there ln
the work of love, and at 4 o'clock nil ,'fil" "y oVIock.
returned to the city, solemnly Impress. 1
by tli mystery of death nnd the grcnt
In the vnrlous churches of the city
them., Tlutr IkhUcs were brought to
town nnd cut to pieces, ln one of the
streets the bodies were put on a table
with this Inscription: "Cuba pig meat
for sale: meat of American pigs ex
! latest note the porte insists upon an n-1
jmistice of a fortnitrht. which can be re- j
' newed ln the event that the negotiations j
j ure not finished. The porte, however.
1 desires t hat peace be concluded as soon 1
PERSONA NON GRATA.
C. W. Fulton, and others. The exercises
fter the I
Invocation by Rev. Mr. Short. Miss Fay I
Liebtrman delighted the audience with nr. Angcll's Appointment to the Turkish
appropriate services to tho day were
held. Astoria churches are noted for
their good music, and the various chctrs
yoaterdny rendered hymns and anthems
for the occasion. Rev. Mr. Marcotte, of
the Presbyterian church, preached a
Memorial Day sermon In the morning In
Mr. John Medic's address, "Tho Sta
bility of Democratic Institution," was
closely listened to. A tribute to the un
known dead, by the Woman's Relief
Corps, waa the next number. Misses
Grace Rannells and Myrtle Green ren
dered Interesting recitations. A quartet
(Continued on Third Page.)
Mission Ftlll In AK-yance.
Ann Arbor, Mich.,
BUDD AGAINST WORDEN", TOO.
San Francisco, May 31. From remarks
made by Governor Timid on th- conclu
sion of the hearing of the appeal made
on behalf of Worden yesterday It Is
that the man convicted of
May 31. Dr. James ; concluded
B. Angell says Turkey Is now discussing wrecking the train near Sacramento dur
hls acceptability as American minister. ln the big railroad strike will be hanged.
He arrived at his home ln this city last
night from Washington. Dr. Angell has
for years been chairman of the American
Board of Foreign Missions, whose work
His attorneys asked until today to pre
sent several documents. The governor's
decision will be made public this afternoon.
r (? Wl-9Eal-l
Celebrated for IU great leave-In
strength and healthfulneM. Assure the
food against alum and all forma of
adulteration . common to the chap
brands. ROYAL BAKING POWDER
CO, NEW YORK,