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ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1897.
Corner Washington and rirst Streets
Tli' ulnlnnllnl l'nrlor Hint, it plcoe. .nli.l nitk r lurch frame", ti'.lioUlrred iu
tnpealry, Willi silk plusli tritiiliilhif.
Tlii ( limli.'r Suit, inri)rxH iliimh
If ) mi want a Dining Kuuni Suit, we refer yen to tlir rut in the
"Aitiiriiin" nf May ,50, i (insisting f i suli'lnurd. ( t li.nr an.t I six font
extciiiinii t.ilile, all fur 517.50. Ymi -c you ran furnish , romt for $50.
VIHITOUH TO Tllli CAUINI VAU
Will 1I0 w i-ll to rail ami look through our stoi k of ('arpi t'N, t'u rt;i i n ami
cvrrylliiiiji to furnish a tiiiiin'.
WM. GADSBY, Cor. Washington ani First Sts., Portland, Oregon.
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.
J. A. PASTABEND -
House, Bridge and Wtarf Builder-House Moving Tools Rfceted.
K. Iv. Boyle & Co.
Real Estate; Loans 1 and Investments
B23 Commercial Street, Astoria
in tinitt. liglit bind or XVI (Yntiiry.
Nets, Knitted Web
& STOKES CO.
The Only Genuine Sale
TIiIh Week's Harlns at Shanalian
CliiMr'h'n Kant Jtlwk Olo, iu Hilk I'mlm
M) mlil fur
1.) !! U
l.ii..i.V Kiel lt.nl runt Ulark Olorin
LuilitV All Hilk Sun Hlmilr. for
I.iulicn' bailor Hut", ut-w style, nioo one for
25 vnt8 afh.
Ijulii'.' Summer vests, w ll tlii-iu (or
i cent ihc1i.
U.I11V TiT-tM hilk M .... i black
5 rents pair.
SHANAHAN - BROTHERS,
RAW COTTON PUT
OX DUTIABLE LIST
First Time In History or Tariff Leg
islation Cotton Has llcci) Included.
Till: CLAIM AtiAlNST SI'AIX
Viilok ol It ait Viutt IIVUMMI-Let
Itcport Nt Tel Ketitcd-.o Ooe
Yd Appiiintcil to M.drid,
Wu.hlit.Mi. Jim- .-!!) Ilia !n-l(vj
vain uf 1; lu 1" tti odojitiHl nn.
iiim-ixliiK hi to llu luritr t.lll i1i.-1iis rn j
ruit'iti. tin- irr.at product of tho South,
011 th diillat ! Ilt. al ? ht cent
vulorrm. ll 1. lUr llrl tlm- til the ill.
lory of tariff l-sllatlini that -ittuii ha. !
.. ,m..rr.rat. d In the t.lll. '
Thn n,r...l...r..l w ,.r.KHl t-y Ha-;
, on. ( .i.-oram. 0.1 hi. lndlMdi.nl rr-!
MK..ll.lliv ...,d ltl.out th.- approval of ;
lh tlrmn.v . -ommlii.--. hl.-n thu. far
1 . 1,,,, rr.,i.it.. to ti... nrer of cv-!
..,- am. ndm,t.t. .v.-ft the minor 0(u.
Ulllrh Hi.lt tlirouull
l.v iti.fiitilf ThH
ami inlrn nt l d to a uplrltrd
lt.luite iIIh- :
rloaiiiK a i illff-ri'in-c of vlow.. and
111 lino- i-iu..-.l tin- in.-liuiiKlnit of harp
piT.m .1 rrltlrltn n t'lo final vole lx
.1. utir. ml- li.i' on and luv, of lii'Ornl.i:
Mid .n-r. of taMiM.um: Mi !i irH-n r.nd
Tllln.i n. of South arolliiii. ami lti. l'n,
uf t't.ill lo. .! will. Ill
, .1,11,. ,n for
the Ho, in .illleiiilm -:i
tU )le W.K solidly
one 1 x, , ptlon - Kyle, p
l.ate on union took up
while the iieKn
ileinoi r.ule, with .
pullHt. The de- i
most of th day
ami hut mile. pr.ri m nm.le 0it
the 1,111 K.irly In the day the miliar:
n.'hidul" 'i pai"eil over and the o-j
rh uluir.il .eh.wtul.. taken up. the para.
Kra;di on eattle win over, hut th"
in. e of (he Mitrleiiltural nolle liile?
unreal to a. reKirted. all .inu-idmenlK, j
exeeld lll.lt ot llai'Oll, oelllK reieeieo.
TDK Itl'IZ t'LAIM. I
Washlniilon. June S. - Asslst.in; Perre
lary Pay sold today that the report of
("onsnl tliiierul Iae upon the result ol
Iho luvesllKiitlon made In I'uhii In the
Unix ra"e ll.ld not yet I cell leeched
nt tile suite ileKirtment. fou.-eiiucntly
It was not HMU!tllf to Lain wnetner tne
iiulilleatlol.s nuriairilllk' to U
the report Wefi neeurate.
The widow of Hull ha tiled with the
department a claim for l.'ni,ii for the
death of her nuslmnd.
It Is surmised that the n.xi step In
the 'ease will Is' the pros -illation Cf
a elal... aua.nst the Spanish tfovernmrnt '
of this Illegal pmlrlsonmeiit :
In h.lnir of the family of the victim
mo oNi-: von MAPitin.
Waslilnclon, June S,-The cahlnet tneet
Iiik today la ded louder than usual. The
I'uhan situation was dlseussil In u Ren-
eral way. hut the most Important suh
Ject priente.l was the Spanish mission.
The iivallaMllty of three men for this
Important post at Madrid was carefully
canvassed, hut no decision wax rcaeh.'d.
line of the cahlnet otllcers said lifter
l ho mooting that the wdectlon was still
open and will now ko over until the
president's return from his Nashville
TUP. CPvICKKT GAME.
Stopped by the Rain Will Ro Rosumcd
Oxford, I'.nglund, June S. Rain today
slopped the cricket game between tho
American and Pxlord tennis. The scorn
Philadelphia, 103 for seven wickets;
W. Lester. 72, und King (!: both not out.
Play will bo resumed at noon tomorrow.
The Oxford total Is
Lester's lino sland was universally up-
proved by tbe crliles, who regard the!
Pbllailelphlatis and the Oxfo.Miuns as
Ivlmr much nlll good bats and medio-1
ere bowletn. I
M REM ION MEET.
Eastern Oregon nnd Washington Asso
Raker City. June 8. The third annual
tournament of tho Eastern Oregon and
Washington Firemen's Association com
menced In this city today. an;l will con-
This Week's Bargains at Shanahan Bros'.
:Mi LM'llen' bltick Figured Mohair HkirU, to
1I tliero quickly fr
8.70 Lmliet' JilMck Velvet Cbiii, trimmed witb
Hoe the Klack Fitfiired Dren Ootid we nell for
39 cents yard.
lii-t Aprou Oiufchauj
4 cents yard
Hi-e ShntinbHn l!r i. for Fioe Wiodow Shadei, ll
29 cents each.
tlniii. fur thri-v iluya. WiilU WhIU,
WnlulMirif. IViwIli'ton, Im (:rmlo lint)
ll.tkir -lly i-rf r.tirmitvl with tram..
Ttui BilfiMlarK-e ttii larije n! th rtn-fl-Inic
rorili to rclitiiw formiT tvc-nt.
Thi imru'l" thin nriiixn mj ltnii.J
ny uiwiiril nf ') wuil.
A'llrMa mfTo itrllverwl ty Mayor C.
M. K. iloirar. ilon. W. SI. Brnlth ami Hon.
J. V. M'rKiin. A bunUt wui lin.l. n.l
thr vl.illriK flrcmin lhl wnnt. The
follow Inn offlcf m were elrclH fur the
-iu.ulHK )''ur: l'n ulilonl, J. W. Markay,
Wull.1 Wullit; vice .rrf(l..-nt. K. V. Ilart
ln, Ia Gmndr: wretiiry, T. 8. 8. Hurt.
W.ilU Wulla: trwutun-T, E. J. Murphy.
IVillHrm: nuttlmli-Utn, Gvjrge lu-vdle
mun, I'liion: dln-clom. Jo Kit, I Vnll
tun; B. Arnold. ValUtrnr: J. II. Ijiuuh
lln, La Grand.'.
It. I Llnroln. a mirnlr of the Ln
Nir.tniU- tfiim. wiut run ovi-r by :. how
jcitrt UilK vintnK and -rioul' Injur d.
j Illit nor wan hrukt-n 1111. 1 left cur nrftrly
NKW (Vt:UI.AIJ KilfTR
Southern mid fnlon 1'ailtlc to Huy nnd
Hulld New l.ln.-.
'",""- Itulf of the . ,-en-1
' '1 " H'iU utvl of the dl-1
"l'tln Ih-iwwii the fnlun I'a-l'l.: and
'- i"" Short 1.1mm ur- wartn- In
railway .-lix-l.-. almtl dally. un of the I
'"" n" nuwl m.K.naiii i ne reporiei
l'ur.-hn-and completion of th. E..K Luke
l41". 'Kot-n ritiivttt in.- t i'iuii 1 urn 1
11,1,1 ,n camnTn i-aruic jo.niy. ii
Salt Iiko and (don railway In D'llH
:.t.d In oponitlan cv-r twrnty nilVx, !
trlniiliu: at tcdon to Kalrmoutit. vtn
lifi mll'-s north of Salt Lake. It !
rumori'd that the I'nlon I'lirtfl.- and the
Southern I'uellli lire necotlatlm; for !e
l'iir.-hai.e ot the S.ilt Uike and ('Kiten
riillwny. When nri:.lr,-.l the railway I.I
U- biilll through to Salt Iikc and
"Overlaml lioute" will have n ''no I n.
the t'tiih i-npllal Indeinmlent of the Ore-
A O. I". V. MKKTINCi.
IakIko t.pens Session In MM-,
oll.w auKee. June l lie 'in
ineetltiK- of the supreme lodjre of thp An- i
el.-nt order f I'lillel Workme.i of the'
fi.ped States nnd Cntuidti opemd tod iv. j
The sessions will continue for a week .
or ten day. It Is undirstood that there
Is an unusually larne amount of Icpls- j
l.itlve work on hand, Incliidlut; final ac- 1
tion upon the move mn I ly tr.e srand
Indue of the order In Cut uio to secede
from the supreme IhhIv. This, It Is
elaiuiisl hy the supreme ot'leers, would 1
. 1... t .... .,...,,, I.. n,u. r.,lu.l.l.,n
Satrasta Called a Traitor The Peril of
N(.w Vork Jllm, SA M w (,)C
rrn, M....r,i .v-
The whole country Is stupllhil hy the;
extraordinary solution of the crisis. The!
lllieral feellntc Is violent imuin-'t Senor I
Sak'asiu. The majority of the Uher.ilsj
call him a traitor, accusing him of se-1
crotly refusing the queen reftent's re-j
quest to uccept olllce. Great exclte'nent I
prevails. The peril of the situation soj
far from hcliur iihntcd hy the eonserva-,
tlves contlnulmt In ofllce. Is considered j
lis only Just hetrlnnlnK. !
HOY SHOOTS HIS FATHER.
IlarlMiurxille, Ky June S. Itev. Harry'
Ijiwsoii. a Methodist divine, was shot i
and Instantly killed today by his 15-year-old
son, lsh.i m. The father whipped
tho hoy Sunday for some slight offense,
and he left home. The boy returned to
day, and finding' his father In a corn
Held, slipped up behind him and blew
his head off with a shotgun. T!v mur
; THE ELEANOR IN COMMISSION.
New York. June S. The yacht Eleanor,
j owned by Win. A. Slater, of Norwich,
Conn., w hich has hvn chartered by CjI. ,
I Oliver Payne, of the Standard Oil Co., j
and his nephew, Harry Payne Whitney, I
w ho married Miss Gertrude Vanderbllt,
for a voyage to the North Cape, went j
Into commission at Port Washington
In command of Captain Cliailea Scott
San Francisco, June $. Hops Crop of
quotable at S and 12c per pound. j
Liverpool, June S. No. 1 standard Call
fornla wheat, 29s 9d.
Portland, June S. Wheat Unchanged.
Ilardmnn pianos, matchless. The Wiley I
R. Allen Co.. 471 Bond street.
Ladle' Hilk Belta, itf rliug mlver buckle ; fcbaoa
ban Broa. aell them for
15 cents each.
and all bouae faroiibitig good at Bbaoabao i
The only place you can buy good Outing Hancela
' i at 8baDaban Broa' for
(J cents yard. ;
Kid Glove at Sbaoahan Broe' thin week for
59 cents pair.
Plrst Meeting Attended by Represent
atives of Thirty-two States.
THE RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED
V i 1 1 Avoid All nimiderstiadiigs Silver
or Nothing tbe he Ha of
CI, lento, June S. Thirty-two utates were
repreented ut the first meeting of the
provisional committee of the national
silver republican party, which met In
f-xee.itlve session toluy. Ilewldes th
commltieemen of the varlou states rep
resented, over H) silver republicans were
prtucnt from all parts of the country.
Thu resolutions adopted by the silver
republican conference are aa follows:
"Whereas, It Is not the province of
this committee to anticipate th action
of the national convention In the forma
tion of a platform and declaration of
"Whereas. In order to preclude any
basis for any misunderstanding or mis
representation us to the object of this
organization. It Is prudent to make known
tho controlling principle of Its exist
ence; "Therefore, It Is resolved th it the sil
ver party of the Vnlted States favors
the Immediate establishment of bimetal
lism by the Independent action of the
I'nlted States, throuith the free coinage
of IkiI'.i koUI und silver at the ratio of
K to I, and the clothing of both metals
with every attribute of full money, with
the rlRht to every debtor to chose which
coin shall tie the basis of payment: and
"Uesolved. That the achievement ot
this ureal object i deemed by us of par
amount Kllticul lmportonce, and shall
form the controlling motive of our polit
ical action until it Is accomplished."
The committee on ors.inlntlon Made
the following report:
"Your committee on plans and organi
zation for the silver republican party
of the Vnlted Suites 1K leave to submit
this, our report:
"Plrst We recommend the appoint
ment of a national executive committee
of seven meniliers, including :i national
chairman to be appointed by the chair
man of Hie national committee.
"Second Thai this committee be em
powered to take such action as rmy be
necessary in order to fill any vacancy
existing, or which may exist at any time,
In the national committee.
"Third The executive committee, wlih
the advice and consent of the mu'onul
committee, is authorized to call a nutlon
;1 convention of the sliver party to meet
at such time and . place aa they may
"Fourth In those states whose organi
zations arc not complete, members of
the national committeemen for such
states shall Utkc such steps under the
direction of the national executive com
mittee ns to pave the road to tho com
plete success of the organization.
Not Flourishing Hank Charter Annulled
New York, June S. A special to the
Herald from Caracas says:
Tho financial situation In Venezuela Is
not flourishing. The rate of exchange
has never been so high. The situation
of the country Is calm. The coffee crop
profnlscs to W bountiful. The nuncio of
the pope. Mgr. Tonll, has left Venezai 1 u
The considerable concession granted to
tho banking firm of Rtitger Ie Ueiufo"t,
of Amsterdam, for tho creation of a hank
with a capital of 15.oO0.ueO francs, will
lie annulled at once by the government,
the creators of the bonk not having ful
filled their contract, which obliges them
to deposit 5,i'X,miO francs In the snfo of
the government sixty days after the sig
nature of the contract.
THE :.i NINC, C.WYENTION.
Denver Will Have a Lrtiv Attendance cf
M ners In J-ily.
Denver. June 8. The great number of
favorable responses now received dally
assures a large attendance at the Inter
national gold mining cenvention which
of the Kohetn Stock at
This Wrek's Bargains at Sbanaban Bros'. This Week's Bargains at Shanaban Bros'.
fiO-ceDt Lliet' Jertey Itibbed Venti for !' fit biggest barifninii in I)rem flood ire tb one
27 Cent8each. j at Shanahan Bro' cell for
Lace CnrtaiDi are aelUff at Hbaoabao Broa' for 'l 5 cents J art
n'.l cpntA rtair.
will meet here oo July 7. Delegation,
have been appointed by the govern on
ami various organization named In the
call from a number of stated In all sec
tions of the I'nlon. bvory state weat of
the Mississippi river will be represented
by large delegations, while thus far ev
ery state east and south interested In
any department of mining baa either se
lected delegates or given notice In ad
vance of ample n-presontailon. OlBolal
delegates have been appointed from two
states In Mexico nnd others promised.
According to the bsl of representation,
which embraces state, eouoty and mi.nl
dpal organisations, and all mining, com
mercial and general associations, at the
present rate of appointments It can safely
be said that delegates will be named by
thousands during the Intervening four
THE INDIAN AFFAIR.
a Mlxup Any Moment-Orders
From the War Department.
Denver. CoL. June S.-A ..pecial to the ;cucu Wtt wc -"'d-
nocky Mountain News from Miles Cily:ator Aldrich- 8fter ,he caucu
isaid It was very successful, and he felt
"There Is very little change In the In-'""" he republicans were going to .land
dian situation today. The sheriff should . ther OD aU dules of the tariff
reach the reservation tonight- bl- an ement would be
It Is generally thought among citizen. ' re"n1 wher difference of opinion ex-
whe know CWef White Bull that he will lted-
not be taken alive. Wnte Itull ..nd hi. e Important- future of the mMlng
follower, at lu-ge and M determined;" determination reached to vote
men are trying to arrest him. Four com-! tther M Tbe caucu ,B-
panics of soldiers on hand make matters ' ,ru,td ihe flnanc commlttM 10 np0Tt
comrhcatod, and a mlxup may occur at n'w "ar to a 'V'
. . and on all sugar which has gone Uirougn
any moment. . ...,,
Order, were received today by the com- "e P ' 1 " J,
manding officer of Fort K,gh iron, the'P Pund du,y ln8tead J
war department at Washington to tn.;a cent r Pund- " V' b"
form Major Newell, who ha charge of ! hou w "u?irs fr0m e '
the troops from Fort Keogh at the reser- ! PhU'Wlne and a
ration, not to return to Fort Keogh until 'admitted at one-tenth of a cent less than
further advice from that office. It was.oU"r Ta7r usars.
i Major Newell's intention to leave the;
reservation and reach Keogh by the 15th.
The orders were immediately forwarded
to Major Newell by couriers i n blcycie.
EXPLOSION IN CHICAGO.
Careless Workman Sets Off a Fireworks j
Chicago. June 8. A match dropped j
carelessly by one of the workmen in the j
fireworks factory of M. Sen u re, at West I
Van Buren and Halsted streets, caused
a territisc explosion a few minutes after j
ti o'clock tonight. It was shortly cfteri
the closing time of the factory, ni.S
many of the workmen had gone home, :
otherwise the loss of life must have Ken
very heavy. As it was, a number of em-1
ployces were badly hurt, and ilyi.'.s riek-
ets ami candles struck several people ,
who were passing in the street cars and j
on the sidewalk.
The building was almost 'ntirely de-.
stroyiHl by the fire. The total loss was
BUCKET SHOPS CLEARKD.
Kansas City, Mo., June S. Al and
linker, keepers of "Dynamite
shop In Kansas City, Kan., who were
last week tried on the charge of gam
bling, have been discharged by Jucge
Pfost of that city. AlthJugh the state
attempted to show that the quotations
orlglnaed only a few blocks from the
"exchange," the judge held that '.t was
clearly shown that the shop was con -
ducted after the manner of an ordinary
bucket shop, except that alleged mining
stock quotations were used instead of
the quotations on provisions nnd grain.
YELLOW FEVER IN PANAMA.
New York. June S. A special to th
Herald from Lima, Peru, says:
Tho steamer Santiago, from Panama,
which arrived In port at Cullao, has ben
Kvdered to quarantine,' having yellow
fever on board. August Oclssen, a pas
senger from Panama, Is so seriously ill
with tho fever that It Is believed ho will
CROWDS GO TO ALASKA.
Port Townsend, Wash., June S. The ex-1
curslon steamer Queen sailed for Alaska j
this evening with 176 cabin passengers. !
Many weathy men in the party arc
going with the expectation of Invest-j
tnj In Alaskan mining propositions.
CENERAL MILES IN ROME.
Rome, June 8. General Nelson A.
Miles. U. 9. A., yesterday pnld a long
visit to the minister of war. Lieutenant
General Pellox. The general started for
I-ondon today, where he will represent
the United States army at the queen's
Fischer pianos', durable. The Wiley B.
Allen Co., 471 Bond street
tbia week for
G cents each.
Large Flgored Creton at Sbanaban Broa' for
. 3 cents yard.
Tbe only place to buy a good Ladie' Stocking ia
at tibauaban Broa' for
10 cents Tair.
Everything at Sbanaban Broa' Great Sale at balf
mis this opportunity to buy
580 Commercial Street.
AGREE, IN. CAUCUS
Differences on Sugar Schedule Har
monized by the Meeting.
ALDRICII FALLS INTO LINE
Aaaoiaccauat Received iti Deaoastra
tiois of Approval rimiice Committee
to Report Sew Siyar Schedule.
Special to the Astortan.
Washington, June 8. The republican
Mr. Aldrich, who is generally credited
with the authorship of the finance eom-
; ralt,ee Provisions, had been xpocted to
stand out stiffly for tne amendments.
but he did not do so. He sold that bla
interest in the revision as a whole was
superior to his Interest In any particular
schedule though the committee rates
were equitable In the line of republican
policy, but he was willing to subordi
nate his judgment to the majority. The
announcement was received with djmon-
stratlons of approval. Speech's were
made by almost ail the senators present.
Hoar made a vigorous plea for unity of
action, but said the su:rnr schedule
should be definitely agreed upon at this
time and put In shape so as to terminate
the unfriendly criticism that had been
Senator Frye asked the caucus to con
sider the necessity of profiting the Ha
waiian reciprocity treaty, and made a
sr"Och In that behalf. This occurred
early in the proceedings ind ihe Ila
! w.iiian question was apparently lost sight
i of In the subsequent proceedings over
the main features of the suar schedrle.
The senators were generally of the opin
ion that with the Hawaiian question
undisposed of the sugar question was
' not finally settled, but there was no
agreement tor a future caucus.
SPANIARDS COURT MARTIAL ED.
June 8. A
special to the
1 A Spanish captain and' two lieu
were tried by court martial in Las Caba
nas fortress and sentenced to be sh3t for
cowardice In having, after eleven days
siege, surrendered the government forts
at Cnsa Orro In eastern Cuba to the
patriot forces of General Cnllxto Gar
cia. !llr rw J
Celebrated for it stt-H leavening
strength and healthfulnees. Assures th
food against alum and all form of
adulteration common to the cheap
brand. ROYAL BAKING POWDER
CO, NEW YORK.