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"'-" Xm ml) I 11) Ml 1 EXCLUSIVE TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT. VOL. XL. NO. 1.50. ASTORIA, OREGON, SATTRDAY MORNING, JUNE lU 1803. PRICE, FIVE CENTS, . ASSIGNEE'S SALE Continued till old stock is closed out at cost. New Goods arriving sold at liberal discount. W. W. PARKER, Assignee. BUSINESS CARDS. A. C1B3QMS, .O.IU ir Ii DK ACCOUNT 4 mill l'KOFKSSIONAL ii'JOliKliKl'lii:. OKFiOK: With General Aleener Co., 515 Hkumoque .street A A. Cl-eVcLAND, ATTOKNiS AT LAW. O.TI'e Kinney's nen, brick, Ulllldinir, Corlltr jlilrd ami Genevieve streets ; up stairs. J 0 A. BQWLBY, AfTORiVEnillCOlSCELOSAT Olll.-.a JSetroiul Sirt-et, - Astui'i;i, . TOHH H. SMlrH, 0 A I'lOliNEV AT L.KV. One in Kinney's new Hies buddim;, Astoiia National H ink, I. W. CASE, Transact1; a General Banking Bcsiksss. Drafts drawu nvnilnhlo In any par-of tho 0 8 ana JCuropc, and ou Hong Kuiik, China, Office Honrs: 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. j (ld Fellows Uuildlne, Aslorla, Oregon w. W. PARKf.R, REAL ESTATE AND IXSITUAKCK AGKN1 Oilloe Hi llenlon strool, Astoria, Oregon. . DS. EILIV JANSON. PHVXlCIAN Si BUiWiKOX. B OM 7 Olliceuver O.sKoud'sClolhtng Store, hours, 10 to 1? m, 2 tu 5 p, in, 7 tu8 in. Sunday, 10 to 11 in. DR. O. B. ESTES, rilVsiclAN AND SURGEON. Special atti-iition tn Diseases ol Women hih Surgery. Olllco vef Da.izlgcr'a store Astoiia DR -. A. L, and J. a, ULTON. !Siirj;ery by . r. J. A. Fulton. Oilluo 178 Dais .iirtjttr, Horn lo to 12 ami lto 7 AY TUTTLE M.D., unitic rooms 8, 4 over A.itoria NiitlonaiBank. Iioius, lu to 12 & a to5 ltnaidenee, 639 Cedar at. I. W. CASE, INSURANCE AGENT REPRESENTING Cerman-Amorican, Nor York City, N. 1 l;nion Fire and Marine, of New Zealand. National Fire and Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford. Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., of llartford. Homo Mutual Ins. Co., of San Francisco. Pliojnix, of London. Imperial, of London. New York Plate-Class Ins. Co. mm mm i Illinois Employes "on the Draiaase . Canal Lin Quit fort, MANY MEN ABE INJURED All Ilia Contractor!!' Cmnjii Vllld, and Work Stojiix'il-One Man Fatally Injured. DR. WALTEff I.H'WD. JIij.iKF, )PATllitJ l'livsioiAN&srm. Kuu. Ullie, 151. ttiirU strou llmitii lu to Vi anil 2 to 4, Sunday 1 1 2 Jto 1 lnce Jos Sii street T. P. MULLINIX, M. O., J J. ulvos special iicainu'iit for Catarrh, Tluoat Liiiika, Kid ii-y (lenito-Urinary orjiaus OllU'eUpstalia.iSIJi I'liirJ St. IIoum, u.lii,u p.m. H1CHAIID 1UKBV. C II. ISOM, City Surv)ur. JAR V & ISOi, CIVIL KNttt.MJKBS aNI miKVHVultH. liOOMH S AM. 6, OViJB A-1'fOBl.i N VilOXAl. B lMR. . W. T. BUHHKV, J. W. DKAPEB Jiuniey & Draper, Attorney Owboii t Ity, Oregon. Twelve years' experience as reiristcr of th I.'. H. Land u.llee licr-', recoinnienila u3 In out specialty of IMitilng and all oilier business be fore the I.ttud i itliee or Hie Court, and involv ing the prartKW or the General Land Ofllce. JRoCKt NBROUCH fc COWING. LA W OK TICK, OREGON ritY, Ott. Hpei'ial altentioii given to land business. Set tlers on lioniesteaiisorpio-einpiion claims and timber bind purchases shown every advanlage of t lie law. For assistance, in making llual prom eau on us. rilHOS. FREHRiCKSOW, 1. I'l.iMl lUNb.K. i 211. Wst Sixlh street. ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Account!! of Firms and Individual, -nllnliu ou ravorauio Terms. interest paid on Time Deposits. Mouej Loaned on Personal security. rorelgn and Domostle Kiihmwn lmi,tri,t om old. . " . D. K. Warrn, President. J. K. Ulrirlnll. Ctulilnr. J.C Dfiucai, Vlea Prfisideni n. n arroo, C. K. n'riRht. Join llobson, iDlreetom H. t:. J bumpiioB, I Thro llrackor, J THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANE i Acts s trustee for -.orporatlons and Individ UHls Dciioslts solicited Interest will be allowod on savings deposit UB lUIIUtYB, On ordinary saving n iok 4 per cent nei annum. On term savings book j 0 per cent, nor annum On cortlllcates of deposit: ror inreo mourns, i per cent, per annum. For six months, fi tier cent, nnr nnnnm For twelve months, 6 per cont. per annum. I. W. CASE Pr..l.,, l. Q. A. BOWLBY Vice-President FRANK PATTQN Cashlei W. E. DEMENT Zl Z L HereUrj directors: I. W. Case, J. Q. A. Bowlby. Gust Holmes. u. n. rage, eni. Young, A. 8. Reed. F. J. Taylor. Associated Press. Chicago June 2. There was a reign ot terror today along the route of the Drainage canal, between Lamont and Romo. Four hundred quarrymen' who struck for an Increase of wages, are armed with clubs and revolvers, and marched from one quarry to another, gaining additions to their ranks, and stopping at many saloons on the way, until, almost crazed with liquor, they left the quarries and rushed upon the nearest camp of contractors on the Drainage canal line. Camp after camp was visited, and in each the men were driven from, work, and where they re slsted were assaulted by the strikers, Many men were seriouslytnj ured, and it is thought that one, James Powdre ly, will die. The rioters encountered no really serious opposition until they reached the camp of the McCormick Construction Company. Here they were met by McCormick himself, and he told them not to do any damage to his property. Thereupon they began to hurl rocks at htm. McCormick retreat ed and procured a Winchester rifle, at the sight of which the rioters fled, His men, however, all qutt. At Mason, Morgan & King's camp they struck and wounded Peter King, a brother of the contractor. A freight train on the Santa Fe killed one of the strikers, who was on the track near Romo. The strikers number about 2,000 men, 1,200 of them being employed on the Drain age. The cause of the strike is that the stone companies reduced wages from 18 1-2 to 15 cents an hour.", The strike also extends to Joilet, where from 300 to 400 men are out because of the same reduction. The Drainage con tractors are unable to learn why a strike has been ordered on them, ae there has been no reduction In wages, THE SHERMAN XAW. H. B. PARK KB. DICALKll IN Lime. Brick, Sand, Fire llrick. Fire Clay, Utninl, Mill Feed, Oats, straw flair, Wood Delivered to order. Drayiog, Teaming and Express Easiness. JEFFS RESTAURANT 13 THE Eon Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town (And the Finest on the Coast.) Prediction That Its Repeal Is Certain When Congress Meets, Washington, June 2. The Star has information coming from silver sources dhat makes It safe to predict that there will be comparatively little trouble to pass a bill through the house to re peal the Sherman silver law soon after congress meets. How the thing will stand in the senate Is another story, but It will probably be found that the finance committee will have a majority for the repeal of the present law. The reason given by some of those who will drop from the ranks of the radical silver men, is that In the light I'm n lln pnmtnl . corn nrtn I r ' Surplus and proflts....TZ"!Z.T.7."'.'.'.Z ! "eo.'ooo of tlielr People, without yielding their THE PORTLANO SAVINGS BANK VRiKir niintr u.nt.i....i V. P. THOMPSON, Vice-President u. t.DinAi iun, uasmer 33. -WZTX.1"JO Dealer in convictions on the silver question, are willing that the Sherman law should be repealed at once, leaving the ques tion of the future cc4nage of silver open. How far this will result In the distribution or withholding of patron was arrested last night, accused of In ducing Clara Karzlnsk, a girl Blxteen years old, to accompany him to a house of Ill-repute. He gave ball. Hia friends assert It Is a case of blackmail. BENNETT FLATLY COSTRADiCTED ; A SERIOUS STRIKE. Fort Wayne, Ind., June 2. Affairs in the street car strike are assuming an alarming phase. Early this morn ing poles were cut down, trolley wires PRESIDENT grounded, and no cars could be run. Thd police, exausted by two days' con- staht duty, were obliged tx turn In. The Bherifl cannot get deputies to serve. The county commissioners have called a meeting of influential business men, and sworn them In to protect property. This afternoon the street car company submitted a proposition which Is likely to result in a set tlement.' What Caused the Failure or the Ker chants' National. " Ue Makes a General KenUl of llm State nistit Made Yesterday ly Odloen i,f I ho iUrr.'lium.' National. LUTHERAN SYNOD ADJOURNS. Canton, Ohio, Juno 2. The Luth eran general synod adjourned after the following resolutions had been passed: Resolved, that tho synod understands the divine raw as allowing no dissolu tion of the marriage bonds except for one. cause specified, via adultry, and consequently as not permitting the re- marriage of persons divorced on other grounds, or of the guilty party In case bf a legitimate divorce. THE CONCESSION APPROVED. Associated Press. New York, June 2. With regard to the closing of the Merchant's National Bank of Tacoma, Wm., President Can. non, of t:-, .- C'iiuve National Bank, says "It Is not true, as stated, that the bank closed on our account. About a week ago they made drafts on us covering an Increase on the amount we had al ready ndv.nrrd them., This -was done without conmiltlng us as to our willing ness to Increase the loan, and wo nat urally refused to honor the draft. Like moot western banks In rapidly growing and so-called boom towns, they were doubtless loaded up with local paper more than they cou'd carry In a tight market." him guilty of two of thirty-six charges of improper conduct on the bench, This removes h im from ofllce. THE GENUS GIRL. San Diegov Cal, June 2. Leo A. Soowden has succeeded In obtaining the approval, by the; Mexican congress, Iron Company of Oregon to operate Iron mines In Lower California, and A LIB SOMEWHERE. Bennett of the Mershants' National Replies to President Chase, Tacoma, Wash., June 2. Nelson Ben- fdr the ttulldlmj of a railroad and nett' of the Merchant National bank, wharf for the use of the company Scowden Is now on the way to Port land from the Clty of Mexico where ha has been endeavoring for some time lto effect his abject. THE WHITE CITY. COMPLETED. which suspended yesterday, In reply to the statement of President Cannon of the Chase National bank, was In no way responsible for the suspension of the Merchants' National bank, and that no demand was made for a set tlement, states that "under date of May 31st, .the Chase National bank Chicago, June 2. Word was received wired a peremptory demand for a set- today .that the far-famed Oriental tlement." Bennett further says: monarch Sultan Johore, was coming to "The Chase Natlonul bank had been the World's Fair, out coireanonilent for vpa.m nnrt The White City Is now practically recently advanced about mnnn m, n completed. With very few exceptions specific loan, covered with ample se the exhibits are all In place, and by the curitiy as per contract. For some un flrst.of.nexl -week the fair will un- accountable reason, the Chase National oouotediy be finished ror inspection ot bank 1e0pie have Beenflt to appropri- me quDiic rrora ena 10 ena. ate each and everv remittance wmftrt them since May 24th, on the loan ac count, . and request payment of our ARMY CHANGES. Washington, June 2. The secretary checks without even notice to us of of war has issued orders placing Brig adier-General W. P. Carltn, recently promoted, in command, of the; depart ment of the ' Columblai, v with head quarters at Vancouver, Washington, re lieving Brigadier-General Ruger from further temporary duty in that de partment ' THE ORDER REFUSED. Chicago, June 2. Just before the fed eral coutr adjourned today In the World's Fair Sunday closing Bult, Unit ed States Attorney Gilchrist asked that in the absence of a permanent decision tho restraining order be Issued for next Sunday. This was refused. IMPORTANT LAND DECISION. their Intention to misappropriate our funds. I desire to say that the Chase National bank, by this discourteous treatment, which", if legal, Is legal rob bery, preclpated disaster, and that we have provided ample funds to have carried on our business had their de mand not been made at this inoppor tune time. CONFIDENCE IN TACOMA. Tacoma, Julio 2. Tu. re is a cmnpletj change in the financial situation idn: yesterday. All the bankB report morj or less a gain of deposit. The crowds have disappeared from the streets, and everything htia resirmed Its normal condition, Tho decision of the supreme court affirming the vclldlty of the Ta coma water' bxnds, announced about 11 a. m., is credited with having done 'tsrdare and Ship Cfcancitrv. ase by cleveIand- m be left for ln- r I ference, but It is certain Cleveland has Pure Oil. Bri 'lil Varnish. P.lnacl (111 Onf- lon canvas, tiemp Bail fwlna. lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikm. GalvauiztodCtit Nai!s GrooorloB, XEEto. Agricultural Implement, Sowing Ma inachiues, Palms and Oils. not lost sight of this issue in dealing with the statesmen who have been making pilgrimages to the White Houses THE ISSUE IS LEGAL. SOCIETY MEETINU8. Astoria Lodce No. BO, A. O. V. W, Albany, June 2. Unofficial advices from the American commission at Paris, ln copnection with the Bering cea arbitration, do not give any hope Dinner Parties. Bannupts a SnPfilalh hiTifFTa fvphy riTnv ivputun m cei . . ilL 8 o'clock In the odd Fellows' Hall. Bo-1 ot an earlv termination of the present Th Finest Wines and Liquors. TheOsigloal and Genis (WORCESTERSHIRE) SAUCE Imputa the most delicious taste and tsst tC GRAVIES, FISH, HOT 4.-COI.D MEAT, GAME, VVELXIL rourniug and visiting brethren cordlallv in- proceedings. Besides Sir Charles Rus- '. L f sell, Great Britain will present four Scandinavian Benevolent Society t.EUULAR MEETINGS OP THIS HOfllhTV i at their rooms in Pythian buildliij! at einbt EXTRACT ofsLKTTKUfroro a MEDICAL OEN TLKMAN at Mad T3(,to his brother at WOHCESTEB, May, l&L "Tell 1E1 ft PEBRIXS' tb&t their sauce is hVWj' esteened in t'4JyJ IndU. nd Is tn my 2 opiuiou. the momt r"4ri A other attorneys. After they have fin lshed E. J. Phelps or H. W. Blodgett, of the counsel for the United States, is still to be heard. After the argu ment Is concluded, the arbitrators have three months In which to render a de cision. It is hoped a final result maybe reached by the first of October, at In the Odd Fellows Build inir, at seven p. m.'A which time the modus vlvendl expires on the second and fourth Monday. of each hv th tprms of the treaty of arbitra ment!!. Hojonniliifr brrtbntn ocoialiy rr.Titea. Dy tne lerms 1 ine lreaty OI ar""- jr uruer i; y lion. rthe circuit court. a'ci.ick P. M.. on the second aiirt '.uirti. T,u.c. a ay i oi eacB nioiitn, AUG. DANIElOIJ Secretarv Oooan Knoampme-.t No. 13. 1. 0. 0. F IJEGOLAR MEETTNGH OF OCEAN EN- campment No. 13. 1. O. O. P., at the Lodge. RUN OVER BY A TRAIN. Astoria Building & Loan Association nHE KRUIILar MEP7TING8 of this afro- I Albany, Or., June 2. Johnny, the wrtJ!i'v1.'lrfuh,K1l"',", r.f- PUJbe P11 eyen-yeer-old son of J. W. Newcomb. - , ... i, ,.....1,!,. uin wi virnv'u'Tr Street, south id (.'beiiHiiins. W. L. BOBB, Secretary. opinion, the taost Bide." i-- JkC Jjeware of Itations ; see that yoa get Lea & Perrina' Eiiniatnn on erery lottlo of Oriplnsl k Onnine. iOUS VVXCAXH WOXS, W YOKK. Common uoanciL IJK'iUIJIK MKIETIXGH, FIRST AND , i intra inesiinv evf-.uiiirsof each month ! M o'clock. ! r-persons dcslriiig to b.ivematten aeted upot : by tiie tiocnei.', at any ret!ii!,ir ir.fevo triit ; on or Before, tiie Fri.lx-.- e-m-.Tfi ri.-r toiht l l i'Mdav on w:.!?h 'In .,iirtr; ! 'u r -nUii meotiM K. ovei US, n1"'.r 'n!i Police ArtUo of Tanljent, was" run over by the freight train this morning. Both legs and his right arm were cut oft. Both legs above the knees, and the arm at shoulder, were amputated. There are small hopes of his recovery. THE PUBLIC DEBT. Hoard of Pilot Commissioners. rnHKRKGrLAR MKETIVGSOPTHIBBOARn L "ill be held on the firit Monday, ofeaehj noma at 10 a. in. at the otiii e of H.,i,i, & )-sr ker. w. L. ROBB, bee Washington, June 2. The public debt statement Issued today shows that It has decreased $739,126 during Maf. The total cash ln the treasury is S754.122.984. A SERIOUS CHARGE. Chicago, June 2. Ed Partridge, a prominent board of trade speculator, Washington, June 2. In the case of Thomas A. Holden, Secretary Hoke Smith today held that all lands within much to conflden(,e. Tinnk the limits of the grant to the Oregon mlner Ciarv th,a mornlnr took rhnnm vCi,urai xuwiroaa company were re- of the Buspemle(i Merchants' National auceu to i.zo per acre Dy tne rorrei, ture act of January 31, 1886. SEEING THE EXHIBITS. I bank, pending the uctlon of tho comp troller. No statement of its affairs has yet been made. Chicago, June 2. The weather wa3 cloudy and threatening this morning, MILWAUKEE'S BANK FAILURE, Milwaukee, Wis., June 2. Assignee but no rain fell up to 1 p. m. Monslg- Planklngton assumed official charge of nor Baioin, me papal legate, in com- tho piarikintrton bank this mornlmr. pony with Archbishop Feehan. and Doposltor9 feei Bure ot getting dollar oiner uatnouc dignitaries, visitea tne World's Pair today. AFTER THE WHISKY TRUST. for dollar. Somo small depositors are withdrawing their funds from other banks, but- no serious run has yet tak en place. BANK CASHIER MISSINQ. Chicago, Juna 2. The quo warranto proceedings ' instituted by Attorney- General Maloney, In the name of the Spauldlng, Ohio, Juna 2. Tho Tot people of the state of Illinois, against ter's bank, and of the oldest and here the whisky trust, came up for hearing tofore considered ono of the raVst In this morning before Judge Tully of the country, closed down thin morning, MONGOLIAN "MERCHANTS." President Ayres and Vlce-Pretddc-nt Potter will make no statement, end the cashier can not be found. Portland, June 2. At 1 o'clock today Collector Lotan had examined 170 of the Chinese brought here on the. Dan ube. One hundred and three were al- IN THE RECEIVER'S HANDS. Newark, N. J. June 2. Judge An drew KU'kpatrlrk, has been appointed lowed to land, and 67 were ordered de- recover for the Domestic Sowing Ma- ported. THOMPSON AT HOME. Portland, June 2. Ex-MInlster D. P. Thompson arrived here this morning from Constantinople- George -"Suppose a fellow's best girl gets annoyed when yon ak for a kiss." Henfry "Take It without asking." George "Suppose she gets annoyed then?" Henry "Then you've got some other fellow's girl." She "Why, Charles, how can you call Miss James plain? I wish I was half as good-looking as she is." He "You are, Hattle, and you know it." (At last advices Hattle was en deavoring to decide whether she ought to be pleased or offended at the compliment.) chlno Company, YESTERDAY'S FAILURES. Boston, Juw 2. -Thorp & Martin, 'maiftifocturersi of typewriters, have failed. Liabilities, 100,000, assets, nominally the same. TRAIN DERAILED. Nashville, June 2. The rear coach of a train on the Nashville, Chatanooga and St. Louis road was derailed, and rolled down a forty-foot embankment near Ransom's station this morr.lnar. Eleven persons were hurt. One rr two may die. REMOVED FROM OFFICE. Nashville, Tenn., June 2.-The legis lature, sitting as a court of Impeach ment In the case of Judge J. G. Du bose, of fTV'lby county, today found The mind of man Is so constituted that It soon becomes accustomed to the ordinary, and is attracted nly by t ie unusual. We become ohllvto-.is In a vay Xl'l,- !KSto 0,lr surroundings, and 11 require a sharp departure from them to compel our attention or enlist our appreciation. Night after night we may gaze Into tho starry depths of the heavens and have no emotions awakened; but let somo erratic meteor rush across our line of vision and at once wa wore startled into admiration and pleasure. Time and again during the months of August and November, when bright visitants ln ' momentary grandeur, passed ln rapid succession, spell-bound In fascination have I v.a'.c'.icj tho showers of fantastic lights dashing ln momentary brightness from one quar ter of the heavens to another ! What was there lnthls dlsplny of nature's fire-works that chained ua to i.ur sMit and drew from us one exclamation after another? This I think has already been answered. We Justly admire tho genius of Edison, of Whitney, of Bess emer, of Watt,jf Stephensen, and of a thousand other Inventors, as well as the erratio and uneven ability of Poe, of Byron, "fQf Coleridge rushing ln splendor across the inventive or Intel lectual heavens. Since we are not all poets or philosophers we do not always look beyond our surroundings and try to grope our way through the dimly lighted recesses of nature dimly lighted perhaps only to us. In be ginning this short sketch I had no in tention of permitting my foolish pen to run away with me. The idea that has forced lteelf upon me Is this, that we are surrounded very' largely by the commomplace individuals as ln circum stanccsi When more thani cfdlwiry ability vshows itself we are not only gratified, but we are at once disposed to admire. Sea the modest little thing unwilling to attract attention, grasping our thoughts ere half expressed; hear her conclusions; watch her eyes sparkle as a thought-gem unexpectedly springs out of the dull recitation of ordinary study; mark the quaint expression of elusive thought that she would fodn seize and master. Have we not seen such a one? Have our studies been elastic enough to induce the steady ex pansion of her nature? Dangers beset her, serious dangers. She would not be human If Bhe did not learn at an early day that she has remarkable gifts, and as a natural consequence learn to overvalue herself and under value others. This Is the rock which many bright girls and boys come t.i a miserable shipwreck. Besides this, eho feels her strength and becomes im patient of the dull dally toll that must Inlc-rvuie cro eha ttcliL-via u noasure f sift-ess. Mediocrity may reach its tr.lll by UWH'OUB pilHllllllB, uui swima spurns the tortuous beaten path and bounds with no uncertain leaps to Its t coveted destination. Da her parents, or does her teacher understand her well enough) or ara they courageous enough to allow her to plume her wings, and to strike out In the only course by which .she can achieve success? Otherwise she must be crrugged down, her aspirations will be stifled and she will bo lost in the ocean of humanity. Another dnnger is that all her clever sayings and doings receive unstinted praise. Her wonderful cleverness commented upon and deferred to at home, always the cenlfr of homage by her fellow pupils and frequently the warm favorite of the .teacher, Is it surprising that she should become vain? The brilliant girl that knows even a portion of her power is almost certain to bo spoiled. Is It possible for Itfr to be at the came time brilliant and modest ? Are these, as th chemist would say "Incompatible?" Must she as she loads her sluves bi.th male and female become an unreason able and coquettish tyrant? Cnnjihs not fascinate us by her superb gifts and at the sarm time take us with her In her uplifting energy to that higher sphere ln which she delights to dwell. Phe Is well worth saving. Can we bt faithful to her ? Con we assist her to look beyond self, to value praise and admiration only as Incentives to be come greater and nobler ? Can we lead her to see thnt her talents will fit her to confer lasting benefits upon others. If we care not to do any of these, or If we have not confidence In ourselves to act as guide or as wise companion, then Instead of a luminary whose lustre Is undirnmed by ages, we Khali have a meteor, without a purpose or a gonl, amid a profuHlon of brll Unnre, yield us momentary gratifica tion, and then rapidly pr.ss Into the en frollng darkness beyond. Our bright, cir brilliant little girl needs our care, our love, not our unwise adoration. Sport "And so you wer ruined by fast horses?" "No, by slow ones." Strawberry nlnnis twenty Inches hlirh are- growing In tho mrrton of Mr. V.. S. Cogswell, on tho corn 'r .if Sev enth, and Arch streets.