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- o J)c Dai I iffT tTim VOL. XXXIV, NO i:jl. ASTORTA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4. 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS L - W'JUTTTMfjfSSSSSSB km ifll'lr idHti lAMMf - . ... - i - .. STATE ELECTION NEWS, A Democratic Goycruor and a Ee gtidican Legislate. JOV. M.VO.Vfim IS HIS WORK. vrrUj The Culifornii Asocutfo Pkrss. Portland, June !. Latest returns from the entire state, itnlirute the election of Penuoyer (Dem), for gov ernor, by a small majority, bat Ke jublican still express hopes Hint the final return may change the result The majority or llcnuanu for con-KTe-N is etimatetl at 1..VH). The re tnaiuilor of the Kejmblican state ticket is undoubtedly elected, and the legis lature will Ik? Republican by Iwo tlnrvls. which insure tho re-eleclion f Uiiited States senator Mitchell. All II lU Yhoi:iioii. lc4al loTllK ASTOKIA J PoBn.vxn.JnnV 3. -It is now con ceded by all that the Republicans elect the entire stnte ticket, with the excep tion of Gov. Pennoer. Republicans claim tliat Ins election was by treach trj of members of the Republican party. Thompson, for governor, nm telund the ticket in every precinct. Front I'tnnt 11 In Oounly Special to Thk Aitoki n. Pkndlkton, dune o This county ba pone overwhelmingly democratic n majorities ranging from 200 to 800. Gov. Penuoyer receives upwards of SCO majority. Tho entire legislative, district and county tickets are elected by tho Democrats. Neuih I'orlland Figure. speciAl to Thk Xvtoki n Portland, June 3. Complete re turns from south Portland, No. 4, are as follews: Thompson 131, Pennover 5. South Portland, No. 7: Thomp son 421, Penuoyer 207. South Poit land. No. 5, Thompson 1911, Pennover 134. Frem Jebcpkltie t'o. pedanoTtiK Avroiu N.J Grant's Pass, June 3. Josephine county goes 29 minority for Republi can governor and 1)3 majority for Re pubhean congressman. Tlie county officers are all Republican except the cun clerk. tinker Count)'". Vote. Special to Till' Astokian.I Bvkeu Gitv, June 3. Returns are fill iu: Penuoyer governor, 250 major ity. Baker county Dememocrats elect the legislative ticket and joint senator. The majority of the county Demo cratic ticket ib elected. A Few majorities. Sin11 i Th i. vsi u: n.j Portland. .Tune 3. Columbia county, CIatkanine precinct, total vote 207; majority, Hermanu 70, Tbomrrou 03; McBride 1)1. Scap poose precinct, majority, Hermann 1 1, Thompson 1, McBride 37. All Democrat it. tKCJlt.TlIK -T.itl ..l Noirrn Powder. Or. June 3. -Majorities m North Powder; Miller 13, Pennoyer .Vi. Totuiseml 15, Leroy IS, O'Brien 5. Union, county seat 07 The State Ticket. Special tiTiiE sToniAX. Pokttand, June 3. Sherman countv gives Pennoyer a majority of 77; Clackamas, 200; Linn, 050 to 700; Benton. 200; Wasco, 300. The vote iu Portland is being counted slowly, but Pennoyer is steadily gaining. Chair man lxtan almost conceded Thomp son's defeat, but bays ho may still Iwvc a fighting show. It is impos sible to tell the result until evening, but indications are that the entire Re publican state ticket except Thomp son, is elected by a big majority. thk ;i:m:icai. iuisui.t. I.atcl and ?Ieit Complete cux. iecial to Thk Avroii ian.1 Ponn.vxD,Jnue 3. Sylvester Pen noyer lias been re-elected governor, wid has a majority of nearly 3,000. Chairman Lotau, of the Republican state neutral committee, concedes him 1,RX and attributes Thompson's de- leat to the Tact that every scalawag iu Ue state, who never did a day's work. s opposed to a banker on general principles. Secretnrv Moore gives Pennoyer 3,000. Chairman Goldsmith, of the Demo cratic committee, estimates that Pennoyers majority will bo 2,953, of which Linn county will give him 700, Umatilla 800, Wasco, 400; Jackson, 500; Lane, 250; Benton, 275; Morrow, 300; Union, 300: Douglas, 150; Polk, 180; Sher man and Coos. 75 each; Crook, Har ney, Kalmath and Mather, 100 each; Carry, Josepliine and Lake, 50 each. He concedes that Thompson will have 400 in Multnomah, 117 in Marion, 100 eck in Baker, Clatsop, Grant, Tilla aaook, Wallowa and Yamhill; 200 iu Columbia, 100 in Washington, and 75 in Gilliam. Thompson concedes his defeat by 2,500. This gubernationial election settles a political feud of long stand . In 1S79, Joseph Simon, exchair m&n of the Republican state central committee, was the regular Republi can candidate for mayor, D. P. Thomp Kindred Park. THIS Fine Tract of Land adjoining New Astoria, is by far the most beautiful site that has been placed on the market The lots are large, the streets wide, and grand, broid avenues run through the entire tract. If you -ire seeking a home where health and beauty are combined, come and buy yourself one in KINDRED PARK. son, who ran for governor, came out as an independent candidate. When the returns were counted, Simon had a majority of nine, but it was after ward discovered that ten votes had been overlooked, and when they were counted, Thompson had a majority of one. Thompson was mayor of the city at that time, but Simon beat him in the convention for renomination. Simon always had it in for Thompson for de feating him for mayor, and has at last had his revenge. Thompson defeated him in the primaries recently, and got the gubernatorial nomination. Simon! promised to support him but did not keep his word. On election day he and his Hebrew friends came out with an independent Republican ticket headed by Pennoyer, and swung 1,500 votes from Thompson. Simon has at last had his tovengo. Mr. Thompson, in an interview to night, attributed his defeat to tho sen timent Pennoyer stirred up on tho uon-taxablo bond issue. Ho says it took like hot cakes with the fanners and workingnieu. He says the Union and Independent cost him 6,500 votes. Ho said there was no doubt but tho Democrats had sold out everything for Pennoyer. The whole Republican state ticket is elected. Congressman Herman will have between 8,000 and 10,000 major ity. Chairman Goldsmith concedes tho defeat of stale treasurer Webb by from 500 to 800, but Metehan's major ity will be fully 0,000. Tho next legislature will stand, sen ate 21 Republicans. 7 Democrats, doubtful, 2. House 39 Republicans, 19 Demo crats, 2 doubtful; Republican major ity in joint ballot, 14. THE M'HINVILLE SENSATION. Tie Scolt Wife Murderer Case Before tie "Unit. St A RUT A OE or A WEALTHY PAIR. Special b7 The California Asscite 1'rks3. Svn Fiun'Cisco, June 3. At tho meeting of tho World's fair committee to-day, the report of the committee was adopted, providing for a World's fair convention in this city on Sept. 11 next, and fixing representation in the convention as follews: Each county fivo delegates; to call the or ganization, two delegates: each news paper iu the state, one delegate. Ijs Angeles Figures. Special t. Thk Astoki ks'x Las Angeles, June 3. -The census of tins city so fur as it has been com pletod, shows b,Vl white boys, o,4S gins, ijeiweuii u uuu 11 jeare "i uku; t 113 colored loa, 120 colored girls. The births during the year wore 500 boys and 51 girls. NKW iniNIINC FXCIIANUE. Particular or tkc Hotel Fire Special to Thk AsioniAN.l Helena, June 3. The Helena Min ing exchange was incorporated this morning. The incorporators are among the heaviest mine operators and owners of the state. The damage to hotel Broadwater by last night's fire w;is not over 82,000 and fully insured. The tire originated in the basement from electric light wires, and the damage was mostly by the bad use of water, in the hands of the panic stricken hotel help. A Wealthy marriage. Social to Thk Astobian. San Fkancisco, Jnne 3. Herman Oelrichs and Miss Theresa A. Fair, daughter of senator James Q. Fair, were married this evening. Mr. Oelrichs is a 'resident of New York and prominent iu socioty on both sides of the Atlantic FOR TIFF. ITIIIRDER. A Case of Uncommon Interest. Special to The Astobun. MoMinville, Or., Juno 3. The Scott case engrosses the interest of the community. Some time ago peo plo were startled with the news that tho wife of Wm. Scott, an old and re spected citizen of this county, had committed suicide. At the coroner's inquest, testimony was givon, which implicated tho old man and the ver dict was that sho had been killed by her husband. At tho last session of court, the case was continued. The court began its session to-day and this case is the first on the docket. The entire day has been spent in an attempt to procure a jury and upon adjournment, eleven men had been obtained. Soott was a devout Chris, tian, and opinion is both divided as to his guilt, or innocence. A Btrong fight will be made by both sides, as tho best attornys in the statohave been retained by both the prosecution and the defense. Deatk of a Pkyslclan. Special to Tub astokian. Portland, Or., June 3. Dr. B. Gleason, a well known physician,! died to-day; In Boston you must now take your whisky as you do your beans seated. This is not a fad. It is a stern reality dictated by the edict of magisterial law. ANSWER THE ENUMERATOR Or tie District AttiwWillAM To Yto Case. FORTS OF DELIVERY JX ALASKA. Special by The Califeroia Associated Pbess. Washwotox, June 3. The fol lowing bills were reported favorably to tho house to-day. The senate bill for tka construction of a steam vessel for uso on Puget sousd; senate bill establishing ports of delivery in Alas ka; and a house bill authorizing the construction of a bridge over tho Co lumbia river. Senate bills providing for the pur-1 chase of 100,000 publio buildings sites at Tacoma and Seattle were re ported to tho house to-day, but the ap portionment in each instance was re duced to $75,000. Better Answer tke Questions. Special to Tub Astoki ah.J Washington, Jane 2. Superinten dent of the census Porter, after con sultation with the attorney general to-day, instructed all enumerators when parsons decline to answer ques tions, to lay the matter beforo district attorneys for prosecution. New Pestefflces. Special to The ahtokian Washington, Juno 3. New postof ficos havo been established as follews: Warner, San Juan county, with J. C. Warner, postmaster; Woolev, Skagit county, with Wm. W. Wooley, post master. Patents Uraatesl Waskins;tsH aut Oregon Inventors. Special to The Astodian.1 Washington, Juno 3. Patents have been granted to the following inven inven eors: Washington Alfred and Charles Worth, Seattle, spring attach ment; Kels 8. Nelson, assignor of half to J. Q. Weatherby, Aberdeen, snap hook. Oregon Ben F. Fuller, Mo- Minnville, elothea dryer. Had Better Have Resigned Spocli : The AvroniAX. AVashington, Jumo 3. John S. Bell, chief of the secret service, having failed to comply with tho request for his resignation, has been dismissed. His successor has not yet beeu se lected. A SINGULAR MISSION. Japan to Be Represented at tke World's Fair. Special tolits Axiom an. Washington, June 3. Gustavus Goward, who at different times has been secretary of legation at Tokio aud Apia, to-day left this city with credeu- tiHls ffoin tho stute department, on ti singular mission. He lias beeu desig nated as special commissioner, to pro ceed to Japan and arrange for a Japan ese exhibit at the Chicago fair. He is instructed to arrange for the exhibition of Japaneso villages, including houses, families, aud all domestic utensils, .tools and workmen, to display the or dinary trades and occupations in Japan. Wlldntau Will Be Tamed. Special toTuKAaroitiAs.l Washington, June 3. R. Wildman, editor of the Statesman was married this afternoon to Miss Aldrich by Boy. Dr. Douglass. The couplel spend their honeymoon in California whore the bride's ma live3. JPunlskment Fits Ike Crime. Special toTmc astokian. Ciietnne, Wyo., June 3. Largo numbers of cow eutfits tire camped at Wendover, a hundred miles above here, and receiving ovor the C fe N. By., Texas cattle to bo drivou to Mon tana. The cowboys havo instituted summary and to this coantry new punishment, for petty offences. This evening they gavo one of their number 40 lashes on tho bare back with their quirts for stealing a saddle. There are no officers at the Jumping Off Place, but so far the amount et law lessness has been limited. Tke Cottrell Case. Special to Thk AbtObiax Cedar Keys, Fla., June 3. The Cottrell clique are jubilant From trusty friends in Jacksonville it is learned bail has been arranged for the ex-mayor. He may now safely give himself up. go through the formality of giving bail and then retmrn horns to intimidate all witnesses against him. Many families will remove from here, if Cottrell is allowed to give bail. It is reported that collector Pinkinton saya he will resign, and leave the city. Will Beatove or kill Hint. Special ts Tub Astobian.1 Lttcxe Book, Ark., Juno 3. Judge Hill of Pulaski county, in a letter to day, accuses members of the grand jury who have been charged with al leged corruption and miasappropria- tion of the county's funds, and says he has been reliably lnronned that they intend to oust hist from office, if in no other way, then by assassination. Cleveland. Defeated. Special MT11 Astobiait. CiiHVKXiAND, Juna 8. The Ciacin- i nati Nationals won today's game by a score of 5 to 8. I I Kindred Park. If yon are seeking an investment whereby you can double and treble your money in a short time, do not fail to buy in Kindred Park. Call early, examine this Property and buy a few lots before the prices advance. Lots at presant. are only $125 and $150. Terms: Half cash, and balance in three months. I M I LAND FOR SETTLERS. Ah Extensive Land. Sale Coatem , plated. Special to The Astokian.I Sao and Fox Agency, I. T., June 3. The Cherokee commission of the national council of the Sac nation, to-day made an effort to give each member of the tribe 160 acres, as an allotment, of which half shall be in alienable and untaxable 25 years, for residence land. The amount to be paid denends on where allotments are J taken, and ranges from $100,000 to 4oo,uuu. ooc auu xoi naervuuuii contains 480,000 acres, of which 84,000 will go as allotments to 20 Indians, and tho balance, if the offer is accepted, which seems probable, will be open to white settlement. The offer of commissioner is from SI to 31,25 an acre. The Sao tribe has already a million and a half in the treasury, and if the offer is accepted, will be very wealthy, probably the best tribe in the territory, in appearance, understanding and civilization. A Strike Far Nine Hours. Special t The Astokian.I Meuphis, June 3. The carpenters here will go out on a strike to-morrow for nine hours a day. The IiOUlsmna Lottery. Special to Th AsToniAx. Bismakck, N. D., June 3. The Louisana lottery is again in tho field and it is said the company will spend 85,000,000 to carry the legislature. Desperate Snlclde. SjiocJal to The A-stouun.I St. Louis, Juno 3. Thomas P. Tinas a Western Union operator sui-; cided to-night by leaping from the fourth-story window of a hotel on Olive street He was arrested last Saturday for alleged complicity in wire tapping last Saturday and for an alleged swindle in which pool rooms were fleeced of 85,000. He was des pondent in consequence. A Record. Breaker. Special to The Astohun Princeton, Juno 3. To-day at Lawrenceville W. C. Dohm broke the inter-collegiate and American records of fifty seconds for a quarter mile by three-fifths of a second. Heavy Failure. ap.'(.Jaili)TUK ASIOKIAN.) Shalopee, Minn., June 3. Michael Summer, general merchant and miller, assigned to-day. Liabilities $110,000, assets S100.000. New Gunboat Launched. Spedil il he Astokian.I Chester, Pa, June 2. The gun boat Benninytun was launched at the shipyard this noon, in the presence of a large company. She is a twin com- fianiuu to the CojicokI, which was aunched a few months ago. Judge Cate Endorsed. Special to The Astouian.1 Little Bock, Ark., Jnne 3. At a Democratic caucus, comprising the first congressional district, to-day, Judge Cate has been endorsed for reuomiuatiou for congress. Cate was ousted from the 51st congress by Featherstone, who ran as an In dependent Western Railroad Officials. .i.-H.i.iiiuiiiK.isroKiAXl 1 Chicago, Juue 3. The onlv business ; " their bodies When the two tnmsactedataraeetiugottheW'esteni."1,6" ere. !lsfc -'". U?lm& lwt General Passenger Association to-dav, 011 llifm. was the nppointmentof a cammittee to prlBUM, strike. name a lyraaclioii Ex-Vi-, r.K AsrouiAV.! Preaidout Goddard, of the Atcmson is rt T L . . . , most favorably spoken of. A. J I ChattanoogS June 3.-At Pomt- knrlv nf llift St Pnul road, wiis tn-dav appointed general mauager of that t , -,, 1 line. A Fatal Explosion. Special to Thk Astokian.I Mansfield, Ohio, June 3. A powder house coutaiuing two tons of Sowder was struck by lightning to ay which caused an explosion. Many buildings were badly wrecked, two dwellings being levelled to the ground. A babe of Mr. Boost was in stantly killed and the mother and the other children blown a hundred feet They Have Enoue;h for a Starf Special to The Abtokian New York, June 3. Sarah Elkius, the youngest daughter of S. B. Elkins, was married to Major Alexander Oli phant, by Bev. B. H. Newton, in her father's mansion to-night Among one hundred and fifty presents received was a painting on porcelain from Mrs. Harrison. The bride's dress was a heavy grain silk with a front of tulle, and lilies of tho valley trimming. The Destructive Cyclone. Special to The Aktokian.1 York, Neb., June 3. A report has reached here that a cyclone struck the village of Brndshaw shortly after 10 o'clock to-night, destroying nearly every house in the town, killing five persons and seriously injuring many others. Cleveland Team Whitewashed. Special la The Astokian.I Chicago, June a The Cleveland team of tho Players was whitewashed today by tho locals, who made 4 runs Smoky City Akead. 1 SpscuUtoTHi Astobux. Buffalo, June 3. The Pittsburg Players outplayed the locals to-day by a score of 7 to 3. HADES AT HARVARD. Rectless Students Raise aRowAtont Tleir Sicl Professor AX1 WORRY HIM TO HEATH. Special by California AshCiateo Press. New York, June 3. Miss Grace Oakes, daughter of T. F. Oakes, president of tho Northern Pacific Bail way, and Fred Brooks, of Boston, were married to-day at the country house of Henry Villard. Tho bride wore a wedding gown of heavy corded white silk, trimmed with very" old point applique lace, her veil being trimmed in like manner. Sho wore no ornaments, and carried in her hand a boquet of white roses aud lilliea of the valley. Bean Eaters Trlampuant. Special to The Astokian.I New York, Juno 3. The Bean Eaters defeated the locals to-day by a score of 14 to 22. A Miserable Game. Special to The Astokian.I New York, Juno 3. The local Na tional team played a miserable game to-day, aud were repulsed by a score of 7 to 20, in favor of Brooklyn. Sroeklyn Akead. Sped tl to Thk Astorian. PuiLADELPiriA, June 3. -The local team of players was defeated to-day by Brooklvn in a score of G to 5 j Quaker city win. Special to Thk astori an. 1 Phtladeliha, June 3. Boston's j nationals played here with home team to-day, and were defeated, 6 to 4. A SAD CASE. Deatk Hastened, by Tkoughtless Students. Boston. June 3. Prof. Henry W. j Torrey, L. L. D., of Harvard, is re ported to be dying to-niglit, at his home on Oxford street, Cambridge, of a complication of nervous disorders, and students are held responsible for his condition. He has been ill for some time, aud physicians prescribed absolute quiet and rest. Last Sat urday night a disgraceful hurrah took place, and despite the pleadings and appeals of the other professors, they yelled and halloed around the sick man's house all night until he was nearly driven frantic. Despite the ef forts of attending physicians, he suf fered a complete relapse aud has been sinking ever since, until to-night he is expected to die. The students are terribly distressed over this crowning piece of misfortune caused by their thoughtlessness. A Double Murder. Special to The Astokian.I Sanantonio, Texas, Juue 2. A dou ble murder was committed in Seupata county, Texa. nenr the Mexico line. Two dead bodies are recognized as Mexican gamblers whose names are unknown. I hey were round 111 a pas tare and their heads were several ?ra! ie. uiunioera ouuio xy pograpii- j 1 ical Union strucs to-uay ror an in crease iu the schedule of wages. They AV011 the liaurels. Special to The Astokian.I Pittsburg, June 3. The Chicago Nationals won the laurels to-day from the home team by a score of 8 to 3. A BRAVE BOY Saved. the'Dcstruction of a Train Special to The AstorianJ Omaha June 3. The heroism of a boy named Mike Haley, prevented the wreck of the Union Pacific flyer, be tween here and South Omaha at a place called Summit Young Haley was returning home when he saw two men unlock a switch and turn it He ran to South Omaha and notified the trainmen, just as the train was pulling out There was an unusually large number of passengers on board, and had the plot not been discovered, the loss of life must have been great. Public Debt Statement. Special to Tur Astori vJ Washington, June 2. The public debt statement for Juno 1st, shows a total debt of Sl;591,362,GO0 and a net debt of $1,008,893; this is a de crease of $6,661,871 since May 1, and of $67,787,721 since June 30th last The government receipts for May were $33,443,351 and expenditures 27,233,975 of expenditures over 812, 500,000 were for pensions. Treasurer Huston's reports show that on June 1st, there was a surplus of $36,901,791 exclusive of fractional silver coin. An Oregon Posteffice. Special to Thk Astokian. Washington, June 2. Postoffices have been established as follows:) Oregon, at Alpha, Lane Co., with Flora B. Luddy as postmistress. THE QUAKERS OBJECT. Strong; Opposition to tke McKln ley Bill. Special to The AstorianJ PhtiiAdeijphta, June 3. The busi ness men in mass meeting protested against the McKinley tariff bilL Con gressman Springer advocated abolish ing the high tariff, to remove the cause in the depression of woolen manufac turing. Congressman Bynum advo cated the reduction of the tariff on tin plate, and free tobacco. He spoke of the absurdity of the proposed increase on flax. Congressman Breckenridge spoke against the bilL To-night ten thousand textile workers participated in a like demonstration in Kensington. Anniversary Exercises. Special to The Abtobian. Saratoga, June 3. This evening the American Home Missionary society formally began their sixty-fourth an niversary exercises. The sermon was delivered by Bev. J. M. McLean, of Oakland, Cal. DOC D'ORLEANS RELEASED. He Is ConiuCtea Outside of French Territory. niS FIAXCEE GOES WITH HIX. Special ly-California Associated Press. Havana, June 3. The liberals are disappointed to learn that the new law of suffrage adopted by the Spanish cortes will not be extended to Cuba. The excitement is intense over the re port that a special bill, providing for Cuba, which increased the conserva tive and united liberal and native vote, is before the cortex An out break is feared in the eastern provinces. Cossacks Versus Robbers. Secial to The Astokian.I St. Petersburg, June 3. A bloody engagement has been fought at the tower of Alb, on the frontier of Bussia, between Cossacks and robbers. The robbers killed two Cossacks, and wounded three. The robbers lost four killed 'and eight wounded; the latter were dragged to a fortress and hanged. Allss V. C. W. Bf . 111. Special to The astokian. London, June 3. Miss Victoria Calffin-Woodhull-Martin is reported dangerously ill. Enthusiasm for Bismarck. Special to The Astokian. Berlin, June 3. Prince Bismarck and family visited Hamburg to-day and were received with enthusiasm. Duke of Orleans Released. Special to The Astokian. Paris, June 3. The Duke of Or leans has been roleased, being secretly conveyeu from prison to the Swiss frontier, with a view of preventing Urieauist demonstrations. His release causes a flutter in Orleanist circles. The hope of pardon had been aban doned. A colony of sympathizers had located near the prison. It is expected that the duke's fiance will accompany him into exile. It is reported that the couple will le married in London shortly. It is apprehended that his pardon may cause a ministerial crisis. The terms of the document releasing the JJnfee of Orleans are that the president of the republic orders the duke to be conducted outside tho ter ritory of the republic The French Marine at Work. Special to The Astori in. St. John, N. F., June 3. In the house of assembly last night Premier White admitted the truth of the story that French marines landed at St. George's bay district road and read a notice to the inhabitants to take up their nets, and that they removed nets of the fishermen. Protect the Sjiten from Xalarla. It is possible to do tills even in regions of country whero miasma is most rue. and where the periodic fevers uliich it causes assume their most formidable nnes. The immense popularity of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is very largely attributable to the fact of its efficacy as a remedy for chills and fever, bilious remittents, and as a prevent ie of the various forms of malarial disease. In those portions of the west and south where complaints of this nature prevail, and In the tropics, it Ls particularly esteemed for the protective inlluence which it exerts ; and It has been very widely adopted as a substi tute for the dangerous and comparatively ineffective alkaloid, sulphate of quinine. Physicians have not been among the last to concede its merits, and the emphatic pro fessional indorsements which It has received have added to the reputation it has ob tained at home and abroad. u B C Z mnoLCtA. B' )EING W TRADE KPHEmARK. CPMJfr9iHgAPfllAgOTtT Tifjhbago. BtMatso. Vootkacho. 39iiAX.GtA. TAfssiwlUlasa, Fst-Wtfc A T X C JL . rjWBnu, trsiiii VvKlEICv BslssMts. Md. MARINE NEWS AND NOTES. The steamer Qen. Cariby brought over from Hwaco yesterday afternoon 785 bundles of shooks, and landed them at the U. P. dock, from whence they are to go to the Chilcat Canning company, Alaska. The steamer Manzanita yesterday morning went outside Cape Hancock off the mouth of the river, took up a large can buoy and replaced it with another, then went up to the buoy depot, and took on a largo whistling buoy, which is to be placed at Neah bay. off Tatoosh island. The British bark ForfarsJiire sailed out yesterday, bound for Ant werp with wheat, as already des cribed in these columns. The steamship Michigan came down the river yesterday afternoon and left for the Sound ports. The steamship State of California arrived from San Francisco yesterday morning bringing 99 tons of freight, mostly for merchants here. The steamship Columb ia sailed for San Francisco yesterday forenoon, taking out about 35 tons of freight from here, and a number of pass engers. Shot ThroBga the Heart. Abereeen, Wash., June 1. At 5 p. jr., yesterday a man was found dead in the Gaand Central hotel. He came to the house about 5 p. m. on Saturday and engaged a room, telling the land lood he would return later. He came in about 5. l. m., and the landlord thinking he needed rest, he was not called until the afternoon. Being called several times, the landlord broke the windows and found him lying on the floor dead, with a Winchester rifle across him. Ha evidently sat on the side of the bed and pulled the trigger with a lath, the ball striking his heart One hundred and eighty-two dollars in money and several checks, to the amount of $700, were found on his person, also a bankbook with the bank of Hoquiam, giving the name of J. O. Smith. He is supposed to have been a contractor, as he was known to have advertised for 100 men to work in South bend, where he had real estate. His partner is a Mr. Marbeck, who re sides in Washington, D. C.Oregon ian Special. Senator Cullom, of Illinois, who bears a close resemblance to Abraham Lincoln, is said to wear his hair and beard exactly as the latter did, in or der to make the likeness striking. BARBOUR'S Irisli Flax HAVE NO m2to gtby t. iftnvi -1 f'Ts&jBmmm be-'- v SBBBBBBBBBBBBStBBBBBBBBBBBBBjBBBBBBBB BBBSBeIBBBBBBSbVSSBBBBBBBBKSU BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflsBBBBBBBBBBBBMSSS1"""! SgpC V ' HOUSE FOUHDEDUB. f Jf-S GRAND PRIX PARIS 1878. A3TD GRAND CROSS OF THE LEGION D'HONNEDR. They received the ONLY GOLD MEDAL For FLAX THREADS at the Ztondon Fisheries And have been awarded niGHER PRIZES at the various INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS. Than the goods of any other VBRESkD KAlfVFACTIIR&RS IN THE WORLD, Quality Caaa. Always be Depended on. Exjeriencei Fishermen Use no Otber. HENRY DOYLE & CO.. 517 and 519 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO. AQENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST. WOOTJBEKRY SEINE TING Constantly on Hand. lAAxo x uxiuBueu to oruer Kindred the Future Terminus of a Great ing a fine Deep Water Frontage and good anchorage, is destined to be come a Great City. Quite a number of houses are being built and otW' improvements are under way now, while a this summer. pom POWDER Absolutely Pur. This powder never varies, A Barrel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. Mors economical than the ordinary kinds, and out not be sold In competition with the multi tude of low test, short weight, alum or pbos phate powders. Sold only in cant. Sotac Baking Powder Co. IOC Vall-st.. N. Y. Lewis M. Johnson & Co., Agente, Port land, Oregon. iMtOsalitr. Lonest Price. ASTOKIAN JOB OFFICE. yHEALTN RESTORER. Ps?Ss?ss-f USEIT! IT 13 THE IDcIAI. JJEDICUTg. It m vcz the Liver and Kidneys and Stomach, Curc 11 aJache. LAspejiM 1, create an Appe tite, I'u. ttici the Impure Blood, and MakesJiThe V'eak Strong. ' Used every u here. 91 a bottle f six tor fB- Tlueads EQUAL ! Exhibition 1883. TWINE. HOPE and NET SEINES, FOUNDS and at xiuwest, xauiory jrncei. Park. Q Transcontinental Railroad, and bar great many contemplate buildijir AVkl I.CvBBr gwvss i ! 5 r -ii Vi -5?.' -I . ,3r i t HOWELL & GOODELL P HOWELL & GOODELL. I Astoria, Or. HOWELL & GOODELL. ii M : L- w i, --..