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Vjfit Aj&j&jS aSciS A b ' y J The ASTORIAN has the largest LOCAL j( 2 circulation) the largest GKNEHAL elrcula- M thn, and tho Targest TOTAL circulation of ' tall papart published In Astoria. l J TODAY'S WEATHER. J r For Washington ind Oregoni Fair F tweatheri warmer. h EXCLUSIVE TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT. VOL. XLIV, NO. 1C8. ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 20. 1895. PRICE, FIVE CENTS LOIS I872 1895 Fisher Brothers, Sell ASTORIA, Lubricating OILS A Specialty. Ship Chandelery, Hardware, Iron & Steel, Coal, Groceries & Provisions, Flour & Mill Feed, Paints', Oils, Varnishes, Loggers Supplies, Fairbank's Scales, Doors & Windows, Agricultural Implements Wagons & Vehicles. NEW GOODS B. F. ALLEN, 365 Commercial Street. New lines for 1895. Japanese Rugs and Matting Bamboo Furniture, etc. (Direct from Japan.) House Lining, Building Paper and Glass. -.Wall Paper of 1895 now in with a stock Japanese Leathers, Wholesale In Chicago from P) to ?i8 per roll of 12 yards. B F ALLEN'S, 365 Commercial Street. Snap R Kodak at an; man coming out ot our store and you'll get a portrait ot a man brimming OTer with pleasant thoughts. Such quality In the liquors we have to offer are enough to PLEASE ANY MAN. Cornes and Try Them. HUGHES & CO. 15 THERE? la there a man with heart so cold, That from his family would withhold The comforts which they all could find In articles of FURNITURE of th right kind. And we would suggest at this season, nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or se of Dining Chairs. We have the larges and finest line ever shown In the city and at prices that cannot fall to pleas the closest buyers. HEILBORN & SON. ASTORIA IRON WORKS Coni-omly St., foot of Jackson, Astoria. General Machinists and Boiler Makers Land and Marine Engines. Boiler work. Steam boat and Cannery Work a Specialty. Castings of All Descriptions Made to Order on Short Notice. John Fox. President and Superintendent A. L. Fox Vice President O. B. Prael Secretary They Lack Life There are twines sold to fishermen on the Columbia" river that stand in the same relationship to Marshall's Twine as a wooden Image does to the human being they lack strength life evenness and lasting qualities. Don't fool yourself into the belief that other twines besides Marshall's will do "just at well." They won't. They cannot. C.J. TRENCH RD, Agent Wells, Fargo & Co. and Pacific Express Co. 301HE and PHOENIX iNSUflRNCE CO'S. Custom House Broker and Commission Merchant. 50a Bond Street. Kopp'a Beer Hall. ' " dole Wlnei. Uquors and Cigars. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over th bar, The largest glut of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half. ' Fret Lunch. . Chas. Wirkkala, Proprietor. 0 Com-ooily and Lafayette St. THOMAS MOKKO, tii TtlAcksmlth Those shop la oppos Ite Cutting's cannery, is now prepared to do such odd Jobs as making new cannery coolers, repairing old ones, making new fishln boat Irons, and re naliirur old ones, and all other black- smithing that requires first-class work tnensbip. Carpenter Shop. Tour mind Is on repairing your fcotsM this spring; possibly on building a new one. If so, remember we are carpen ters and builders with shop full of tools always willing to do but Jobs and want your worx. . MILLER pOSSTBT. flight W of Bargains! faded or get moth-eaten are not Bargains that show Gains. For Right kind of Bargains see my lines of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc. - I.U OSGOOD, The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher. 506 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OR. A NEW Fishing Tackle, Baskets, Flies, Rods, etc. Baseballs, Bats, Masks, Cloves, Mits, etc. Croquet sets, Hammocks, Lawn Tennis Balls, Bird Cages, Garden Sets, Children's Carriages and Iron Wagons. Come and See Griffin Seasonable Goods Seasonable Prices Men's Summer Coats - 75c Each Men's Summer Coat and Vest - - $1.00 Men's Balbriggan Underwear - - - 75c a Suit Men's Negligee Overshirts - - - 25c Each Ladies' India Gause Vests - ' - 25c Each Tennis Flannel - - - 5caYaid Large and select stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats Caps, Shoes, Etc. -; Our prices are the lowest OREGON TRADING CO., 6oo Commercial Street. THREE LOTS. In a desirable location, 2 blocks from High School. A BARGAIN. CHOICE LOTS IN HILLS On the new Pipe Line Boulevard Just the plnee for a cheap home. Block IN ALDERBROOK. STREET CA.E LINE will be eitended this summer to witbiu 5 minutes walk of this property Will tell at decided ACREAGE. In 5 or 10 acre traots inside the city limits, also adjoining Flavel. GEORGES HILL,. 471 'Bond St., Occident Block, HILL'S REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. FOflflD At STORES GO. DEALERS IN Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware, White Sewing Machines, Hardware, Boat and Fishermen's Supplies, Paints and Oils, Ship Chandlery Teas, Coffe:s and Groceries, California Wines, Medically Pure Liquors, Sole Agents for the Celebrated Almigrtcj Dollar Cigar.. MUSIC HAM. KEATIN G ft CO will open their ' Muiio Ball at 'j9 Astor street, Saturday tha;j6th. They will www ' keep numbsrless rooi licjnori and clgari besides baring good music all tht Are those that will stand investi gation and show Gains. Cloth ing that are made for the auction room, or made for houses that take chances on their customers buying of them the second time, or thinks that nearly everybody are fools about the goods they buy, or the goods that have laid in the stores for years and have STOCK 1 . Us & Reed. FIRST ADDITION. bargain. Worth Paeifie Bremery JOHN KOPP, Prop Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. Leave orders with J. L. Carlson at the Surmyslde Saloon or Louis Boentge at the Cosmopolitan Saloon. All orders will be promptly attended to. EVERY REQUISITE FOR : first Class Funerals : AT . POHIi'S Undertaking Parlor, THIRD STREET. Rates RusonwM. Eabalailsc Specialty JLSTOIP PUBLIC ItlB WYJ READING ROOM FRE8 TO ALL Open every day from 3 o'clock to 6 :30 and 6:30 to 930 p. m. Subscription rates $3 per annum Salltl tht, Ckveatb tut Coast Sts. LATE ORIENTAL NEWS Mass Meeting in, Tokio Re pressed by Gendarmes. REPARATION WANTED OF CHINA France, America and England Want An Accounting: for Ill-Treat-nient of Missionaries. Tokio, Japan, July 2, per steumer Efik- dal, Vila Victoria, B. C, July 19. The largest mass meeting ever convened in Tokio was called together hero June 80, alt which mora than twenty prominent leaders of the parties opposed to Count Ito's ministry wore expected to make speeches. Prom the beginning, however, i was evident that no expression of opinion adverse to the government would bo toleruted. No speaker was allowed to touch upon the subject of the recent ne gotiations wlitlh Russia, Germany and France. Thirteen, orators In succession were silenced by the poiico beifore the they had occup.ed the pkouform Ave mln utes. The audience became Impatient at this extreme measure of repression and presently broke into wild denunciations of police tyranny. xc a time the ex c.tement was uncontrollable, but the dag ger had been foreseen, and alt the mOBt critical moment a large body of gen darmes entered the hail, evidently pre pared to use force, if necessary, in sub duing tlhe agitation. It was .then decid ed to dissolve the meeting as nothing couCd bo gained, by further persistence. The (representatives of France, America and England at Petang are demanding repanation'yjr itlhe 111 treatment of mis sionaries and the destruction of foreign property In the province of Szeohuan with a Vigor winch startles tiie Chinese gov ernment. Ships of twar of the throe nations ire hurrying to tthe districts where their pro tection Is needed and a squadron of French vessels Is charged with JJie duty of exacting otonemenlt by the severest methods, in case the demands of the en voys are not diranedlaltcly oompllled with. The central government is bewildered and frightened. DUN'S RHPOIIT. New York, July 19. R. G. Dun Co.'s weekly Kevtow of Trade mil say: The week's news Is not entirely encour egjng, but it Is all the more natural be cause theme are signs of mid-summer dull ness. Wheat prospects are mot quite so good as ltiat week, but pr.cte are still lower, as corn and cuiutol have been low ered. The exports of gold and leas fa vorable treasury returns for July are not unexpected and mean nothing as to the coming business. There is a percep tible decrease in the demand for mfn ufaotuned products and the Attribution to consumers naturally lessens In mid' summer. Much, of the recent buying was to antla.'pate a rise in prices and such purchases fall oft when the prices have risen. There are still numerous advances In wages but etrkes gravy moire nunner cuu and Important to part because bua. mess was unusually large In the first half of July. The quiet tone meets rea- scnaible expectations. The heavy bank ft i lure In Montreal does not affect fi nances here and Is passing there with less disturbance than was reared. Gold exports for the middle of July, when crops are beg.nnlng to move, If not meant to affect stocks can at all evenita have only a speouloltlve slgnln- ojince. Tl-. failures for the week are 256 In the United Staltea against 235 last year, and 39 In Canada against 44 last year. SLOOP WRECKED. Snlta Eairbara, Cal., July 19. The sloop rtestiiess js reported lost oft Santa Cruz Inland iwlith. s.xteen persons on board. Laidt Monday a party of young people left this port for a pleasure trip to the inlands on the Restless. The sloop started down and mtade very slow progress as long as In sight. A reasonably brisk breeze was blowing and Jt is not known whether anything was the matter at the 'tume. The iparty was expected back two days ago, and last n gWt friends of the party commenced getting uneasy about her return. This morning Fred Forbuuh, port Inspector, whose son Is aboard the sloop, and 'Mr. Pratt, started a search parity. The searching party wus expected kuck this even jig it the (Restless was found, but at 8:30 p. m. thiere was no sign of either hoot. The latest reports from down, itlte odaMt Btaltied that the Restless is wracked. The names of tlve parties who left on the Restless are: Messrs. Duncan, Mc Duffy, Hiamvlton, F. Lamb, Fint, Fore- Bush, and the Misses Mtotcalf, Harmon, '!i3!l, a. Diehl, M. Jahnson, Bayer, Mrs, - ...jnlngs, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Poreus and Otjnge Sanders, an Ann Arbor law stu dent. All the parties were from - S.nta IJ.M-Ua.ra. The sloop Is In charge of Oa.pt BurUs, asslstted by Frank Cookr At 10 o clock no further particulars were re. ceivja. BftADSTOEJET'S REPORT. New York, July 18. Brudstreelfs will say: All prealour.y reported favorable '.n- auama and Coin a. me red al feaitures are continued t!hls iweek. The endurance of a revival vn the demand for iron and steel, timber advanoes 1n the price of the Sirte, and additional Increases In wages of industrial employes being most significant. (Merchants alt almost all larger o.ties are preparing to send out traveOers and until they begin to exh.bl vne results no estimate of h-jx the fai trade will open ca.i be p-.iurcd. At this t'mt the outlolk fa rejurjJ us t:gh. ly ravoratfle. Padflc coaiit advices .irs that a5 the wheat orop ,s throshin out poorly, bu .n the northwest the pr.wpecis tor the crop are of the best. The iota! yield of corn in the country will exewd even the previous large crop view. SCHOTTCLID-8 'REPORT. San. FVanei-o. . Jtilw lfl-'Whaa Gen Scfaofletd was In this city on his tour of nspecUon of the gtirrjsons and fortifies tm of the army be received from Pres ident CSeveiand instructions to procetd to Alaska and InBpetit that coast and se lect. If practical!, a stle fo a mlljtary gamson tharj. - Th eomnMmlinir sr-n- return tto Seattle, prepared and forward ed his report to thie war dopant meat. While ait Seattle (the general also wrote a personal latter to one of his brother officers In this city, giving a synopsis of his report to the secretary of war.. The general In hs tetter says: "In going up land dawn the coast I made many observations and found there are numerous places where batter lee could be placed should the government ever extend KB fortifications, that far north. If It Is the desxe of the war department to have troops In - Alaska they ohould Tie Stationed tut Sktka, "The only disadvantage would be the extra cost of transportation of supplies and stares. In my report to the secre tary of war I hare tmade suggestions on these lines." ' It is understood among the officers that senators from Wash.ng'bon and Or egon will frame the necessary bill. BOTOOTTINO BANK NOTES. 'Washington, July 19. lAt the treasury department it was said the plan of Mr. Sovereign, of the Knights of Labor, of boycotting the national bank nates, if carried out, would prove more harmful than beneficial to the labor tnlterests of the country, as it would contract the currency to the extent of $311,000,000 with out Injuring the national banks. "It would not hurt the banks at all," said O. P. Tucker, deputy controller of the currency. "If men should refuse to receive their notes the banks would pre sent them to the United States treasury for cedempitlion and receive legal tender notes which they would continue to use In their business. There are only 211,000,000 of national bank notes in circulation, while there are $950,000,000 of other kinds of i money outstanding." CHrCAQO SILVER CONFERENCE. Ch'lcagio, July IB. The silvar conference at the AuUlltonium today was marked by strong difference of opinion between the Southern and (Nortthem representatives. At one time a split seemed Imminent over the des'lre of the Southern men to Ignore the Blnveftalfrio League. They mallmltalned that the avowtd purpose of the league was to assist the aspirations ot their preajdenitlall candidate, Jos. S.b ley. The men from the South dea.red to conduct ihelr work In their sedUon with in the ranks of the Democratic party; in the North to conduct the agitation on a nonipairUjsaJi basis. Riuaker, of Colorado, asserted that the trouMe now In the West was a growing belief that silver was but the tall of the Demoaroitic kite. THOUSANDS FALSELY REGISTERED Stan 'Framolso, Jully 19. The Internal revenue oflldtals say there aire two sets of registration certificates out for .snost of the Chinese here, when the ragtra tlon tow was first passed, a number ot Chinese were registered by Collector Qulnn. Then the constitutionality of the law was tested, and It was decided that the registration was to be done all over agailn. Many Chunese sell their second certificates and there are saild to be thous ands of falsely registered Chinese on the coast. They are pouring; over the Dormers norun ana souiun, RAILROAD LANDS. Wiashlnsltlon, July 19. BGONiteiry Hoke Smith has atpproved land lists as follows: Central! Pacific Railroad, as successor of the Oregon and California Railroad, two lists aggregaJtilng 87,381 teres in the Read ing and MairysviAle districts, in Califor nia; Northern Pacific Railroad, 174,106 acres In the Lawlston, Idaho, land dis tricts. None of these lands are located in parts of the country where mineral surveys were appointed by the last con gress. . NARROW ESCAPE. 1 iSeatWe, JuJy lfl.-ljimlmandiar D. S. Mullna, of the United States ship Mo hican, had a narrow escape Thursday afternoon as his Ship came into port. A coll of rope fell from tho main yard, eighty feat above, struck him on the he'id and glar.cvl oft his shoulder, knock-lns- him senseless. Had it struck h.rn squarely Ot would have killed him. FOUND A CLEW. Chicago, July 19. The potlce found to nCght in a stove in the house formerly ocoup'.i'i by H. H riolmts, the alleged murderer of 'the Pltzels, a quantity of charred human bones and part of a watch chain formerly owmed by Minnie .Wil liams. The cha'n was Identified by the Jeweler whlo made W. , , THE PFTZEL CHILDREN MURDER. Toronto, July 19.-The mrurcrer of the Pftset chUWran continues to be the ab sorbing topic of conversation here. Thloutfh the police think Howard Pkzel, the Bttte brother of the murdered girls, was made away iwlJth In Deftrolt, there are dlroumsltanoes which will Justify fur ther investigation. MARKET REPORT. Liverpool, July 19.-Wlehlalt-lpoit, quiet; demand. moidcnate: No. 2 red, winter. F 2d; No. 2 red, spring, 6s 7M4; No. 1 hard Manitoba, Bs 7a; 'Nol t.Tantorni,a, 6s 5d. Hops alt London 'Pao ftc coast, 2. New York, July 19. Hops-diull. MEXICAN OATTLB ORDER. Wburtilneton. July 19,-The reported ac, tton of the Mexican customs collector at Paiomas, n ordering all the cattle owned by dt'.zens of the United Btsitts to be MLkMi out of that district, under pentlty of conflseaitlon, la not given credence In offMlal o. roles here. THE PUGILISTS. naJtlmore. July 19. 'A the Riverside Club ton gWt, young Oorbett knocked out Shadow Mainer in the seventh rounu. Tommy West, of Chicago, put out C. Johnson, of Baltimore, In two minutes and 37 seconds.. CABINET MEETING IN SUMMER. Washington, July M.-Tbr the first time In many years there was a midsummer cabinet meeting in Washington today In the .absence of the president. ODONNBLL WINS. fontreal, July 19. Stwve 0'Donnll was a M:rJed the decision In the 10th round to- r..l in a flght with B.lly Woods. THE BABY NAMED. Tuissra s Bar, ' July 19. TYesVifcnf Clrjt-ul-a iClsd tatoy has been, named Marion d mzt Euha MDple were present, cearlyl e rytn tmm rlnTd coming to con- ( If Matters Not Closed Today Serious Delay Liable. HAMMOND HAS OTHER BUSINESS Cannot Neglect Other Affairs Wait ing on Aatorlans to Meet Their Agreements. . ' A prominent member of Che committee of twenty-owe yesterday stated that he had received adwets from Mr. Hammond thlaJt unless the subsidy matters were closed VtiM week so that he could go on wuth the iwork of construction that an unknot svn period of time might elapse be fore he could undertake the work of constructton, or other business connected wvih Itlhe Alstorla road. His Interests are varied and large, soalltered in ulf- feremt parts of the country and of neces sity take a great deal of Wme and per- sonal aJtten'tlon. AUJo'rlanls have had' a long tune In iwfrjch to get their affairs 'in shape and now that thtre remain but a few matters to dose up jt would seem thlaJt Where should be no cauise for. longer delay. ' ?t Is undwnsirood that Mr. Hammond has 'been culled to other parts of the coun try on important business which nay detain him several (months, . and If he does not get construction work commenc ed before he goes It will of necessity have to awa.t his return. That Mil be an in deflnfjte flme, and miay carry the whole thing over another season.. Mr. Ham mond fully expected to be called upon to commence iwork this week and WJth that end In view organized the construe korucjunpany the other day, but It looks as though the services ot that company would not be required very soon. He Is much disaippotnlted and cannot quits un derstand such a pol.cy of delay on the part of (those so vitally interested and whose interests are so completely wrapp ed up in the success of the railroad en-terprpe.!,-.L: .-. " - " ' .The, cammiiUtee yesiwrdny tl.d not re ceive any, more of the . subsidy deeds, bult feel most confident that there will bo ubsfanltlal returns today so that there need be no more iprocraStlniaitton over such a vital matltier. They feel hopeful that better counsefs will prevaul and that such action iwlll be taken at once as will end the question In a most satisfactory manner and permit decisive work being done tmnwaVatety. That this will be dons eventually Is admitted by all who know the gentlemen most concerned, but now, the present moment, Is when it Is needed and it Is to be hoped the moment will not Ibe lost. STATE NEWS. Interesting Items Culled From Oregon's Leading Newspapers. Near UkVah, says 'the East Oregonlan correspondent alt that place, the following notice cam be seen posted upon a big pine tree: "For Sale The United States of America, the finest and best pay.ng piece of property on earth, population 70,-000,000-mostIy fools. There are mort gages and bonds on the property for some five thousand (million dollars, but it Is worth double tMalt sum to any am bitious potentate having enough money and mlHtary power to carry on the busi ness. Will be sold at a bargain to the right parties If ajjplled for soon. The io habiiwnU) are iaiw-abUllng, disarmed, and will stand any amount of taxation when shrewdly adjusted. Reason for selling: Well, merely a Uttle domes e trouble concerning he gold Standard and a certain goddess, an tdol of the people. No danger of a revolution as the Ifir habltainu are thoroughly hypnotised by a humUrtnaitlon, known as libtflty-on-the-bra.n. No guarantee, however, w.H be given, and (tie buyer must take all rtsks Incident to the transfer of the plant The property must be sold and paymtoi made before March 4, 18OT. Apply to the agents in charge alt Washington, D. C." Oeorge Pelterquin, deputy assessor, re turned yesterday evening from trip to the Bohemia, mines, says the Roseburg Plalndealer. and reports the Music mine, managed by the Bohemia Gold Mill and Mining company, working two shifts n.ght and day, with, fifteen hands, which turas out for the.r live stamp mill a large yield of rich, ore. A large propor tion of the yield (s free milling ore. It is regarded as a regular bonanza for the owners. Jt la claimed by those (who have good opportunities for knowing, that the monthly output la not less than 26,000 per month "with their limited faculties. The Annie (mine two miles oorthewt ot the MuSIc nrlne, now works five men. pushing a tunnel, and in a short time It will be In full blast. It Is claimed that tbe Annie mine will equal the Music mine in richness. There are also quite a number of prospectors In that region who are doing well in developing their claims, all of which prospect weU. . Dr. J. A Richardson of th's city, says the Statesman, has been in corretvond ence tor some time nvl tht the United States fldi commCssloner WJ.h a view to procuring some new specks of fish for the waters of this region. His efforts Highest cf all in Leavening Pow 7V were rewarded by the arrival of that offi cial one evening recently and by re ceiving from him tiwenty-flve vigorous young black bass, Which lie placed S.t Mill creek near the Reform school. Judge Hayden of Polk county also received the same number and planted tlhem in a lake on his premises, where thiey iwlll have a good opportunity to multiply and replen ish. The black baas is one tof the most toothsome as well as the most "gamy" of the ttsh family and is the oVltlght of the eastern lake fishermem. It is also a Strong, active fellow, well able to take care of itself, and propagaites numerously hence in a few years it will be found plentiful iwherever it gets a good start. Coos county has taken up the good roads movement and proposes to have some roads that are passable at all sea sons of the year. The county has un dertaken the improvement of one of its main hlgUways with coal ashes, having an abundance of that material on hand. The ashes are to be put on eight feet in w.dth and one foot deep, and cost by contract 76 cents per ton. These ashes are said (to make a firm and lasting road b3d, and in a coal producing country like Coos is a comparatively cheap material. The movement for good roads Is growing all over the state, and before many years Oregon iwlll have a system of highways equal to any state in the Union. Oregon City Enterprise. . Alexander James Walker, aged 69, a native of the state of Maine and a pio neer prospector west of the Rocky moun- tain slope, committed suicide by cutting bis troiait "With a rasor at the residence of James eevereon, city marshal of OoU viUe, Thursday evening. He was subject to dropsy and could not have l.ved over two weeks. Walker lost a pack train In the Slmil-kameen country, on the Amer ican side of the International boundary line, several years since, and has been prosecuting a 26,000 claim against the government in the United States court of claims at Washington, and those who know hi! business say, he had a chance of recovering his loss. Sutaday last near Forest Grove, Wash ington county, John Rayoraft, an In dustrious young farmer of that region, weat bathing In the Tualutln river. He continued .to walk into the middle of .the stream; without fear or hesi'tatlonv but Anally stepped Into a hole and sunk, drowning almost . instantly. The body was recovered later. His death In sucht a manner wus a great shock to the com munity. The same night the residence of A S. Veneta; a merchant of Forest Grove, was burned down by an accidental fire. (Fred W. Blteustoft is the owner of a beautiful water agtbte which was found by a Salem lad on the gravel bar opposite the foot of Court street, says the States man, He purchased it at a cost of 60 cents and Jt appears to be Just as fine a specimen of that class oc gems ss those found on Yaqulna bay, for which extravagant prices are paid. Others have been picked up along the bars of th Willamette and Lueklamute rivers. , Marshal Means of Pendleton attempted the other day to arrest two Indians, who were on horseback. He fired a shot at them, which stopped one, but the other dug the spurs into his horse and made off. The marshal Is a bicyclist and mounted h'.s wheel and gave chase, cap turing the fleeing si wash. The grasshoppers are working in the gratia fields of the Columbia h.tls. Uncle Tom tBurgen twos in itowtn this morn ing, bays the Klickitat -Republican of last Saturday, and sold the grasshoppers have cleaned everything up to Wedge-- wood's leaving nothing but the barb wire on the poets. Articles of Incorporation have been Died In the eearettury of state's office by th Granite Water company for the purpose of engaging In butMlng Water works at Granite, Grant county; capJtal stock. 21,000 In shares of 1 each; L, L. Forest. Nell Ntven and Grant Thornburg, In corporators. , The Pomeroy Independent man rises !u his Fopullsttc wrath and exclaims: "Th God ot nature proposes to see there are no more male Ctevelands born Into the work), hence the president's wife bore him a daughter Sunday afternoon." THE CTOANGE IN INDIANA. New York Evenmg Post. The change of financial sentiment Is perhaps most marked among the Demo crats of Indiana, a state which bas al ways been peculiarly subject to flnancioi'. delusions. Last year the Demucrula governor Was for free cotnaire ac hi to, L without wafting for the SA-rton of any other nation; row he deetarvs agnlnut: such a poticy as too dangerous, to bv thought of, Two months .gu a mitjor.ty ot the DemociU'tlo state cotmmUw favored a contention to devCare ftip fr colnage; today it is . b!rvedi Ututt two members would stiga such: a, call,. Six weeks ago a majoivtjr of the Dwivm--orat'jc editors were clamoring tor fr silver; last week they hM m niiUn." and dodged the Issue. IGNORANT OF FIRST PBtVCUfljE.. "No, sun," contemptuwuBly observed ( Cot. Allgore, "I have n j usr f ',r thwt iua..; as a physjdan, euh. I gave him T,s stat ing papers, bediad, suiv, when he ailviwi: me to use as a Ijonlc oor wr twice u uy a small quantity of Whisky nttxtii w i n, wj.xed With let me swe,, What, waiit?' O, yes, I remember-'mlxwl; wufc, wier,'1- VERY FOKaVNATfj,. Fortunately you u. reaJl a;.l; hay, reasoning pewer. If yfiii will: s:.n$ th:n,h gifts to advantage by. extuMiiaut any tike vartlous rtxrt o M) uuf;iai;;. commissioner yoi will t ok iii-ii the EqultafWe Uf h wvt, sva managed and sowt UiHTu.1 i r, irou.- c of all compartta la e.i0(.ld. Wny s-'o'j; you then avv yo. la. weaker Comivuiy wlvra M tiuti-i-i v lcles are njt DjV. U ,uI a.. I iU son, Eutrens. iwv iH'attal m&tma -jC tU i, Equitable Lite. ou taa n.,4 tti.;u Hi the Occ.deme every day Si.i.i-L;'. and Sunday, Tey 4 tl, meet you. -Latest UVS.CeVtF,. ; a r 1 - - Shop ofl llwac sHcU, tral has conriet.tJ tbi duty end on kij tan j;h poison oa.