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THE DAILY ASTORIAN Is the biggest and best paper on the Columbia Hlver THE ASTORIAN has the largest circulation of any paper on the Columbia River KUU ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT. VOL. XL VI. ANTOItlA, OKKGON: TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE H, 1897, NO. 130. WM. GADSBY Corner Washington anil I'lrst Streets PORTLAND, ORI2GON g im it! Wi h : ill El .ol ft I PI ii-T-JCtl ''it. J.' f77JV . ftl SIM I , "W: i,!-. Hill. ) The Only Genuine Sale off the Cohcin Stock at SHanaliati Bros'. Till Week's Jiurcalns at Slianalian Bros. J Tills HVek's JJargalns at Shanahan Urns'. Cliililn-ii'ii Kind Muck Olo. mHilk I'uihri lli.s. t lie .Hi. I for 1 5 ri'nU parli. IjiiIiiV Ktii'l (.., Fast U.Hck (llorm Hilk I'lnlirrllim 7 centH m-i. Lm.JhV All Silk Mm Hiiail-a for . 7ScentHeae!li. j LsdnV mir Huts, pew styles, nine ones for , 2.r -ptitH farli. Ih.I ).' -ii tiiiut-r vest, wn null tin in (or 4 ofnlH i'hcIi. ; UdnV Tafti-u Mlk Mni, lust Jil'ck 83,(H In MiV Jilhck Fiureil Mohair Kkirtu, to cll tlii'iu quickly for 81.50. 8.1.00 J,aiii(V JJIhrk Velvet China, trimmed with each. He I be IMiti'k Figured lre OimmIi we dell fur 5W cents yard. lii-ot A)ion (mifbstii I cent 8 yard. Kce h tin iik linn Urns, for Fine Window Shade, oil color., only i cents pair. z!J cents each. This Week's Bargains at Shanahan Bros'.; This Week's Bargains at Shanahan Bros. W-cet Iulies' Jersey I.ihbed Vesta for 27 cents each. ; Lace Curtains are selling- at Hbsnahan Broa' for 51) cents pair. Ladies' hilk Bell", alerting silver buckle.; hbana- ban linm. tell them for j 15 cents each. i ) money by bnyiD(r yoor JiUtiketii, Comfort 1 hriJ all bouse farui.bwif good at fibanahan i Broa'. ; Tin only plate you can bny good Gating r lannela is at Khanaban Iiroa' for cents yard. Kid Olovea at 8banaban firoa' thi week for 51) cents pair. The bigitent bargain Id Iires Oooda are the one at Huauauao Bros' aell for 15 cents yard. Moll Tiea thia week for 6 cents each. Large Figured Cretoni at Shanahan I'.ros' for 5 cents yard. The only place to bay a good Ladies' Stocking to at KbaoabaQ Bros' for 10 eents Pair. Everything at Kbauahao Broa' Oreat 8ule at halt price. Don't mis thin opportunity to bny goods cheap. SHANAHAN 13 R OT II E R S, 580 Commercial Street. Till- nllaiit: JVlur Sint, ll ,ircw. .olid nk or InM-ll frni, upholstered iu titpratry. llli silk plimll IriinUlltg", $20.00 APPEAL TO US; pjjjj fggn 0 This Chamber Suit, hnrdwixHl lliimli in nmi le. Ii;l.t bin li or X VI (Ytiltir). . Ml ll-i. J . ' 1.1 l'u fTiilrt . of lli' Coreiui I'-rf.illwi in 'A nh , liiKton fur llin-f yeurs, hiin Utn -uni- nil.nloiinj l.y Hie kin v or '.'uri-.i lo e-ort Ihr .r!me to AllitTlni tu,l mc lilm ror.i furtulily i-t;il.llhiy In son. Kii.t.rn In- j .million of li arnltiK. iKt be cm tuke j lliree-year." couriw lit IJnullih the hIIIi.I liranclu'.. Kunt to he Included in the Kclicf ,'r""',, Kul w"" not tur w 1 r.-nt to trie Curiun thron- Ht Is ut .McUSUrcS fur AtlUrlcUOS. ' kcoikI son of the kin-, but l. vxptcted ,10 urciel, slnre It U rfviirrni'y unJtr 1. . j stood tl'sl iIid tion prince l an imU- die. IIOKIUIKS WriMSSi:i:.IAILY: i TO KXt'LOKK FOH MINKIiAI.3. WORK ON THE TARIFF BILL i'arty Lines Broken on tbe Lumber Schedule In the Senate. HOUSE MINORITY SCORE ONE Mother S Tlieir Xiked Childrta Stsrve ! J'- 8-ur Ri'-h '"nioti j B ,Be Teis tti $txi Reverse tke From Mstleo. Cabas taunt (Ipcslv Kclice Their Sullcnsi) lire b res U you jnt .1 Iiiniiij; kouiii Suii. c rt-fi-r jmi in the tut in the . t riiti of Mity ,0, rmisistiii of I Miicln;ir!p b hair and I six-loot cxtciiiiiin i.iliic, all fr 517.50. You sec you t an furnish s rooms for $50. VIHITOIIH TO TIII2 CAItlN'IVAL. Will do !!! to 1 all and look through our stork of I'arj.ets. Curtains and every tluii,' to furnish a house. WM. GADSBY, Cor. Washington anJ First Sis.. POrtltUld, OrCgOIl. Some Things in Season Complete Salmon Nets, Knitted Web IVAAA A AAA! J Lawn Mowers 5 : and ? HAAAAAAAAJf zliuiUlin": J : Hardware? Carpenter's Tools? nrvvvvvvvvu FOARD & STOKES CO. City Book Store, HEADQUARTERS FOR Fishing Tackle, Base Ball Goods, Hammocks, Lawn Tennis Sets, Etc. LATEST PERIODICALS, PAPERS AND MAGAZINES. Blank Books. Stationery, Type Writer Ribbons. Carbon Paper and Office Supplies. GRIFFIN & REED. J. A PASTABEND - General Contractor House. Bridge and Wharf Builder-House Movln? Tools Rneted. K. L. Boyle & Co. Real Estate, Loans and Investments B23 Commercial Street. Asjtorln .v. w York, Jim.- " -A k-IiiI to the' !!i-rull .':in HuMiti.i n.i.: A triiio-.' n.i...l wii t-li..ir uf the iiinli .oi.t living rv. inn .iiirjilon In M.i l.ini.ir. i. :.u ixi-Ue.1 1 1 1 v 'i ;hr m:irl of. vi. in ml I . hihI Mi ' i'..'hiun. Ii.i. Levp . hi i.li- ii. ii.r ;u.r uf tli.. I 'nit. .I Siat Mhi i- li. i - l.lt. l ti il" j"-. ftir.i'iil ha i.iin n..-ii;ri-s l.ii .'i r. li'il of if rin ', i' i. In Miii.u.z i'. il. h run. .llKl,t uf the 1'u'i.i i r. .".i. . nir.i li.s 'lure litis r. .ili. .l in .t .itiil.in, .iirn.Hl by .1 hun.lriM .; of ili.in. ,n wiil. ii tin y uk In Ihe numv ! uf .otii'iii'i Ii ii in t - 1 1 v tl.it. tiny limy bv l.i.ii.!. in th" linil. Th. iTlitljii is li.iil.-.l: n :.!.; to the t'nlted Hi.iii. " :t I" iti. iu y tu '.Viih Imitoii Tli.' .rlin-liil part follows. '1- li .t nil I r ri iii.ii.i. Ivl It be mi 1.1 t.t I 8un Kniriclsio, June I. -Tin- sch'Miner i Kinmtt an.l IjuIsh mUI. O fur Guuymiis, 'Jl.xlio, u fr iIuvk luio, lu'l.ii wl'h birr lr. lU'Vorwl this ;onim jnil u-; ir.ullnif i trip, howtvvr, tlure In sn explonnK ex pedition. Of Klilrh Je IJ. (Inn:, of; S.in IM.-iro. noti of tho lute Cn rul 'Irani, j Is tin burkrr. Home inopts iiro i"jr.int i obtained u rciire.iiion from lli Mexl.an Rnvermnent to xp!ore sll the isbuidi of the l.ulf of C.ilir.x-nli lyi.w nonh of the rth dritis-e of huiludv. he to huve nil the numo iind mln.-nilB dlm-overed Vote Additioasl Secretaries to the Caibsssy Cslhoaa'a Ketsrs. W.ihlr.Rion. Juno t -The Kenan to'ay (llspwd of the lumber paniKrnh. which has be'n more stebtKirnly contestel than nny fcatLre of the '..r',Z bill thus far. by ib'featlnK the motion of Vest to place whlt- pine on the fr.e list. Ye.ii noes J SS. The content ss mnlnl slgnl ioan: ! In bretikln the psrty lines which have i leen mnlnlalnsl with few exceptions dur- sald to CoL Hunt, his Clncimiail hot:p'pVT "My business Is ruln.;d an.1 Die stilly broken up. I do not think 1 shall ever go bat k to Urban. I lream M terrible occurrences and awake with u sttrt at nlirht, with the din of '.hit howling mob Id my ears. I hear that th father of liell. who was killed, has thrent.-nJ to shoot me on sight. I am ping to leave the city, but mr whereabouts will be kept a secret.- k ence of Opinion Among Members, The. feeJiiiK here las subsiJed very I much. A strong- reaction has set In, and ', the best public opinion tonncht favors j protection to the fullest for Captain BEER AND TEA ARE NEXT Leonard and his company. j WILL BE CALLED Sugar Schedule Causes Some Differ WILL REPRIEVE DURRAVT. So Sny Lawyers of San Francisco Llyht of Recent Events. in Will be Tslei sp la Caacas ttd will rrob ablv Co Oat nf tke Bill lacreaM ii Voolei Dsty rrobabte. 8aa Francisco, June ".The peculiar j i ' J sutus of the Durrant case Is exciting an j unusual amount of public comment. Since Washington, June 7. Chtlrman Allison, the postponem.t of Worden's execu-1 of the republican senatorial ca'icus. de tlon tho opinion Is generally expressed ; cided today to call th caucus tieethtr that Durrant will not hang- on Friday next. Attorney General Fltxgcrald, how ever, said today that unless olflclally tomorrow at 10 o'clock. Tiurc are va rious articles on watch it h been found desirable to have the party in the senate notified or restrained. Warden Hale agreed tn Its a'n oiblcd capacity, and stands ready to carry out the sentence, j the calling of the rnu.tis was preclplla Warden Hale has asked for the opinion ted by the fact ti:t? thi sujtr schedule Islltu. b .llvlilt-s Tiburon lulnnds. wbli.li : lire liihiiMu-ri by the man-eatlnir tribe , o! 'iuk. Isdbuw. nd M 1. vrotKwed to proKMTt th.- northern h;ilf for mini-nils. Aiiml lie m (iunrill.i. the liinceNt lnlanl In the gulf, lies entirely within the Grant roni'e'Hlon. It Is I lli-vi'd tbe Inland Is rich in mll.er.llil. lllthoub :t bn n.vr lw.n ,.. hp,.y ful.a o. ,lo liotl,lii to.,hormiJtlll). ,,XI,,or,M help I'i'r 'ifl. rlnit countrymen. The pa i iiiuM Unit linn Ipi.I Hi I In our city womIiI u- liHik.Ni uioii us tr.iit'H- . ir sj doing, mid i u. !i i e wo 1 1 iv st.miniirlly 1. ti It with. We nniKi nut i.l i'.r their: ni ii m I"' liliu.l .ml .l.'if to kli.-.r suf ferins". mid do no'.hliw th.it can !n sny way interfere with W.-vbrs policy of . xi. i mil:. hi. n In. . Iu. kurlv Ml.tiruu -if ih. il.-l.al. flu Cit UlA AttOmeV e.rUTal VhA Will rAndpr I ko.l njsn nrallnall -w J - In I.m nfc and the M. xlran government to rt HlM v eight democrats voted i his decision tomorrow. ! or and tt became necessary to decide If per cent of the proceed. The JSth , ... . a .. Tk, r, . .J. .k v t TKAC.IC I'KATII. and Clay, of G.-orvU: McEnenwy. of I the outcome of his appeal to the court this question. Louisiana: Mcl,aren ami Tillman, ofof lat resjrt that he Is already making! There has been a very pronounced op P.uth Carolina: Martin of "Virginia: Raw-!p!nm for the future, lrta etierarty'be- pcsltlon among many- nvrWIn seB.esrs lings, of Utah, and White, of California, j lleved among the legal fraternity that j to the schedule as prepared by the sen- On the oth.-r hand. Carter, republican, landing the action of the supreme court ate committee on finan :nme of them and Cunnon and Mamie, silver republl- j Governor Hudd will grunt a reprieve. In ' going so far as to declare .hey would cann. voted for Ven's motion. order to prevent the necessity of resen-j not vote for tt unless altered. Some of Following- this vote, a motion to substl- I tenclng the prisoner, and the endless lit- these senators declare they will not tute the Wilson Nil lumber schedule ! Igatlon which It might result In. obey even the behest of the cucua, la an defeated by 17 to J7. and the schedule I i case it declares for the finance con.mlt- "We have to wiiii. i 1 ly afur iliiyjinct a i n of horror -Adl.'li in liiiiKiiiig cmi! Jutgcr whs agreed to as tvioried. The debate . preceding the vote was at tines very ilke Kucer Take, a Header, Ureaklne '""''exy. owing to the brtak of political 111- Neck. j ' I A general discussion of the Miture pro- l'rovldence. R. I., June 7.-Arthur tji-I Bn,m on the b111 occurre-1 tiefore the hlff. hllo racing ugiilnst an electric car. fn, adjourned. It led to the statement tragic death. Jut outside the!1'5' l"n. ' charge of tho bill, that Wlllnma I'.u-k the roadway Is! ,ho committee would probably submit whelming Majority. Chicago. June 7. The judicial election today was carried by the republicans, who' elected all their candidates by Plu ralities of about 22.0UO In the city and drscrll-e. ii nd et no oi.e cii'i be lifted , quite sleep. Trolley cars are In the habit j amendments to the sugar rchedule. For4,i. In the couny outside of the city. to protest against them. To Spain we of iKtwItng down the Incline at a hlKhi1"' r'"n!";n innounced that the sugnr cinnot upii-nl f.r mi-vir. She Is well 'rate of speed, olid many cyclists i,ave ; scheilule would be pussed over tomorrow a'.-.vialiit. d Willi the prenMt rondblon ol ! tried to Usit them In races. Last even- j "m' tnat '""cco schetliile would le nftairs in Culut mid mi fur not a furthlng Ing w h-n a cur licad.il down the hill '. ,aken llP- lias come to us from her and Vet we lu.ve j Hahlff was alongside. He was me.isu.-til I nut her our money freely whenjver tho j up by the inotornian for a race and the! MINORITY SCORES ONE. Spniil.t: penple have li'en In W illi or ills-! contest begun In earneit. j In-ss. , fill. 1. 1. 'lily UihlfT was sn-n to tumble- Wtishlrigton. June 7. -The house mlnor- rpwnr.1 of 1".' of 111., victims of and make it complete somersault owr iiIm s"reil Its first victory this session REFl'BLICANS IN CHICAGO. ' te' schedule. The flnar.cu committee ; admits this state of affairs, and also Carry the Judicial Election by Over- j admits that a change will be made which will make the schedule acceptable to the entire party In the senate. There are various suggestions as to what change will be made, but the matter Is as Jet in such chaotic shape .is to render It Impossible for even l?e republican lead ers to state what may be June. .There are various question which wlH be taken up tn the cau mis. If the eusar question does not occupy the entire time. These Include the tea duty, the agitation for an Increase on wool, the beer tax,' the proposition to tax bank checks, deeds, etc., the hide duty, the lead ore tax, etc The indications now nre very strong Although the ticket was called republi can It Included all II judges on the bench of the circuit court, S republicans and 5 democrats. The silver party had five candidates In the field for the circuit bench, but Its candidates did not poll one-fifth as many votes as the republicans. Interest In tho election was small, scarcely luilf the Dili .' system of w arfare have been ! handlebars, ll,. struck with great for.-e ; " 11 rising vote, the motion to i regular vote being polled. The amended i that boer aml tea Wl11 '"'h 0111 of -r...l.il Irto Mataiixas without providing ! while going at his fastest clip, mid h!s I adjourn was defeated. 7l to SO. The op-j Torrens land title law was overwhelm- j tne bl!l- Tn'8 ls Pcllc illy decided upon f.ir their most natural warns, mid alter .nock was broken. -position cheered Ihe announcement. . Insiy adopted. iDr tne committee unle3 ;! are found THE llllUVH FIND. they have li-.ll coinptll.il to abandon all' tin y had In the world they are to be sen ; In . row ds. from s o clock In the day un- j III late at night Imploring charty. yndry as to How to Spend it for the "In any other country this slate uf i j,lWr affairs would have brought on disturb- allies and riot: yet our Hiplc, suffering j lirosvenor linnnsilately demivnded the yeas and nays, which were ordered. The! roll cull reversed the previous vote, and J 'tho motion to adjourn was carried 91 ' to 79. Pmsent and not votlinr, 11. ' HOPPER THE HIGHEST LAMB. I New Yoi-k. June 7-Mv.-r S lsmies. as they are, have not done anything j president of the Huron IV lllrsch fund, that could In any way disturb order. ,,.., r0, ,vci, i( (,raf. for :.Vaw. the liist Cull tin re bo a better Illustration of ill peaceful disposition? "Tender, loving mothers of America, to you In pai'ilciiliir we iip'iil in our huniaiii. undertaking. Send us tho mlgnty aid of your motherly co-operall jn; en- lerry mane tne point or no quorum, j summit of Pike's Peak today. In the and further jwlnteii out thAt the house j presence of a large crowd, Mr. Dc Wolf could not adjourn for more than one day Hopper has established beyond question w ithout a quorum. The speaker declined j his reputation of being the "highest and to hour him, calling attention to the fact ' most wonderful actor In the world.- He Itaroiit'ss IK' Hlrsvh for the lieiullt of the : 'la' il quorum was present. He then! sent the following telegram to the aniiounoeii tne nouse nujoiirneri ur.'.ll Lamb's Court at New York: "I'm up to be absolutely necssnry for revenue. It ls also quite cert un that there will be an Increase In the woolen duty. The Summit of Pike's Peak. Col.. June 7.- I supporters of the 'hid. duty and of the Ry reciting "Casey at the Bat." on the ! !""xaxe rate on leaJ ore exPre"s C'- Installmenl of the JI.im'.hv given by the i poor of this city. Nothing has as ;et been dellnltely il'.'cliU'd by the ii istecs of the lllrsch fun 1 us to the n'.iniicr In which this million will be Used. Mr. Thursday. list In our crusade against crime and lMan My8 n,onvy wl ho U!iC(1 , huibarlly and the blessings of thousands will rlsn to Hem. n a.s a tit nymn to your praise. Think that ut your very doors tli-i" are mother who love ns dearly as you lov. , and who duy after iluv see their I. (tie em's perish In the m reels out or slie r hunger, ami in most cases without a piece of rag to cover Ihelr nakedness. "As for us, we cannot do our w.irk openly. Wo have to leg for lood for the hungry and clothing for tho naked, concealing ourselves and our names us If we were doltv something wrong r.nd we therefore suggest that If any relcif is to .lime It should be enln'std to the American consuls lor distribution, and Improve the conditiivts of the poor In New Y'ork in nny way which experience should dictate. The work now being done with the funds given will lie ex tended iind an effort nude to better the condition of the tenement house dwellers. CALHOUN'S RETURN. Washington, June 7. Mr. Calhoun, spe cial counsel for the United States In the Rulx ense. Is expected here tomorrow. In view of the fact that President Mc Klnley leaves Washington on the day fol lowing for Nashville, It Is possible Cal houn will be Invited to accompany him here at St. Peter's Gate: have fixed ad mittance for all true Lambs." CUT OFF HIS EARS. New York, June 7. A dispatch to the Herald from Lima, Peru, says: The report reaches here from Sucre, ISollvia. that Senor Argandanns, a young man of good family, whose sister had been maligned, as alleged, by one of denee thtt these will remain untouched. Senator Nelson's anti-trust ninendment may be brought before the caucus. LAHOR LEADERS MEET. Cincinnati, 0 June 7. Presl lent Itom- pers, of the Federation of ljibar, ad- j dressed lO.OOO men at the Lugoon yester- i on the special train, In order to afford ! the attaches of the Chilean legation In an opportunity to make a verbal re 1ort of his visit to Culm. TO THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. Bolivia, cut off the ears of the offender. The Hollvian war minister has been I commissioned by the government to visit England for the puriwse of buying arms Webb, brother of Dr. Seward Webb, of New Y'ork, and Mr. Ersklne Hewett, son day In advocacy of tho eight-hour work- j Washington, June 7. Mr. G. Crcightcn Ing duy. Mr. A. Cautermnul, chairman of the executive board of the Carpenters' and ' of Abrnm S .Hewett, of New York, have we would also suggest that the sending , Joiners' Union, made nn nildress lust ! been appointed additional secretaries to of help In the way of provision and nlK"t In ths sumo str.ii.i. other promi- the special embassy appointed to repre clothlng has Its Inconv' iilcii.es .ind might : "' hibor leaders weie here In consult:!-i sent the Unlt.il States ut Queen Vic give the olll.iiils an opportunity to thwart I ,lon President Gompers. Among toiia's jubilee ceremonies, the oblect III View. them was Vlve-Prcslleiit llanrahn, of; ARCHITECT D'ERLACH PROWNEP. San Francisco, June 7. Otto D'Frlach, WILL SHARE HIS LABORS. San Francisco. June 7. Mme. Barrios, who Is at present staying at San Rafael, will soon return to her home In Guate mala to share the honors and labors of the dictatorship with her husband. .She ls at present suffering from an attack of nervous prostration. Her husband's assumption of the posi tion was not unexpected to her. The change, she said, would have no partic ular effect on conditions either in Gua temala or In the Central American repub lic, as Barrios hod been, to all Intents and purposes, dictator for some "Im. "Very Ticspivtfully, ONE HUNDRED CIT1ZEN3 OF MA-T.VNZAS." PRINCE OF COISEA. tho locomotive firemen and engineers. Tho proceedings were behind closed doors. ! REACTION fc!KT I'rbunu People Favor Protection Captain Leonard- Mi-Lain Home. a young architect, is belleve-1 to have Aeen drowned yesterday afternoon off Point Bonlta on the northern side of the Golden Gate. He was with a party of; friends, and was last seen when trying , to find a place on the rocky shore from ! which to sketch. Tho Fort Totnt life-' saving crew was notified of his dlsap-; for' peurance. and found his hat floating in the bay. . I, SOUTH AMERICAN GOLD. Urhana, June 7. Sheriff Mi-Lain reach- OIL WORKS SHUT DOWN. Arrives In America to Finish Ills Ed..ici-j New Y'ork, June 7. A dispatch to the ed homo on tho PI? Four ti ibt from j cation I" English. Herald from lluenos Ay res says: ; Springfield this afternoon. Ho was met I Cleveland. O., June 7. At noon today , ! Tho American expedition which, his ' at the .leiwit by Deputy Sheriff KIrby in n j tho .mire plant of the. Standard OH fian Francisco, June 7. Prlnoe Kul 'been exploring In Terra del Ftieco has cab, and was hurried off to his mother's works In this city shut down for an In-i Wl.ii, who will probably succenl to the. been successful in tlmllng gold In ipinn- , home. I definite period. Close to leiv men are '. throno of Corea on the death ol his' titles which will yield n large profit fori Mayor Gatuon wrote a carl today In thrown out of work by the shutdown. j n OUDil Absolutely Pure father, the reigning kltur, arrived here yesterday on the steamer Coptic. The young man, who ls 20 years of age, has come to America to finish his education and Is accompanied by two Coreiins of noble birth, Pak Y'ong Klu and Sin Sang Koo The first named, who' was charge which he condemns mobi. H.' s;ts Hint ull .1..,.. I.v ll... ;!.. .'iff- t.. Mil. h-' tho working. A u..n.n.... A I........ n iii.ieutcT null u. - hiiiuuih ul " " . ... .- ....... capital has been formed for the exporta-I ell that could have been dnne, and thut j tton of wheat. It Is believed that with , If more force had boon ns?d, men, wo.n the material aid furnished thera by the j en and children would have been killed, government the farmers will be able to ' Captain Leonard was In Cincinnati In ralse an extensive crop. j cognito on Saturday and Sunday. . He THE MARKETS. Portland, June 7. Wheat Up ?h.ingcd. San rrancisco, June 7. Hops and 12c. Liverpool, June 7 Holiday. New York, June 7. Hoo. Unchanged. ; Celebrated for Us great leavening ' strength and healthfulneae. Assure the food againat alum and all forms of ' adulteration common to the cheap j brands. EOYAL BAKING POWDEH ICO, NEW TORK.