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Astoria I THC SHtRWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT eoaaraaia mc itiai u-iarn or rmricr SailT rod OVTVttif IN. tea waf on uuoir.a. HINWIN-WILIIAW CO. t.i-t.-. & STOKES CO. 'Privstc Stock" ' "Cream Rye "Old Hickory Pride of.. ..Kentucky" ' ...and... 'Hermitage' RED lYIEN'S EXGURSION . . . TO . . . Seaside,-Sunday, -July -4th given by j. CONCOlflliY TRIBE NO. 7 The Aritnria Military Ilnml will Ihi in nttotulnni'o. Uoand Trip Tickers, . . $1.C0 Chililron tM'twi'iMi niron of 12 ntul ! yenrn, HALF I'AltK Thrro will bo liltuity of k"1 "port ou tuo iiroKrum. & REED. MUD AGAIN IN CAUCUS Huwiilliin Mutter Laid Over I'ntil An imation Trent v rlcnrd hum. 1 Sl'taAK SCHI.Dl l I. AM) I IU SI.S ' l'cttii;tc V .i n I t to 1'I.Kt all Jtrtldei Con i (rnllcd liy Trmt on the Trte 1.1st ! Allen lnlwtct I. c; .t I I'rotciliite. .cliii.rfi.il., J.i.i- It -The n n.l.ll' .u .ji.ii.il Hi-r la inn. ii f.ir mure Ih.w. Ilii... hoiira i.iiiIkM. mii'I wtM-n i1 jintri.-III-1. 1 r'.i. li'.l .jt v.iy much prog- f had .eei Ill.ll. 'I'll'' Ila.llia!l ir'.iiy .i',j...rHit.i wit i i-iw-.l over in i. .-..(.!.!. r.-.l .it a .oil . r ..I'KUJI, aw re'.nal i. i x;..', .1 Hi.' opinion thai If H I wu lru- lli.tt ll. lr. ay uf .L.-..',alturi m.ii. to I .- in lr,, would I... absurd 1. 1 ni.i, i 1. .'Million .i.,kl .it lu abrogation if Hi.. Iiv.i'.) i.f H-. ipne -II y. Senator h.i w.re a are ,f It,- progrer of ih ii. .. .il..n ir-ni .II I .1 fevl lit Marly to Hi..- Hi.- . .i i. u full Information. Al iliiii,'h tlui-- wa ma- it reticence ob- !nnl, II a l. Il.-v.- l Hi, u llii' li i-xuli lit I w-ml.l U- ,iilt.i loiiionow or Hit null I J-1 f III- .riiiKi-. ii. 1 1 i wn !n I.. .Ion from fi to 3" " """ i'ti'iKi-iiio'i'. oni r. lh ! r i .i:,i..l. r.il'.r, Tin - . i.-. T:i. .i. -r.. ..' ;,.ii .i tin win, t . !Hi.iil,i:. i. . I..r.. .: ii'.iiy, thi' ilHii.i ji'lllty 'if k'luiir a U... .u mi li. it i.jjar, j mi"! II,. 'in. .II in iff . a II-tniM iun 11 1 1 tllf.'lt I Tlw It.iHall.nt tr.'ut .pi.'Hiiu". n;i .u . 'nl om r, !ut ih. 'lt liunly prm.!- ',r"" n-tni-i ni:i..;,.lm. hi .ii. r I. rr -! to tin' r. i-'il-l i an ' m.'liit-m of 111.- J -a ll.'l il y i (illlln.tl. u. Tin: M'CAit Ki'iiKiiruB. j W ,llll; Klor. Jn: .' II -Tin- M Hal.- I..1.I. In, Hi.- miti.ir i.h.l,:i of the tariff hill pr.N'.'. I.lay ulth only om- illvirtltu 1 lm I I.' :t i.i r. Ili v.- th. m.motutiy In wlih h tin. .Hi-, ii-im hu l I..k.-. Thin u the ''Hill hiiia;.. hot nt : Hour n"i.l ""' riian, r.;.r.'.-Titi:ifc' th. two rxlr.-ni.. tif i r.-n.it.ni il pi ... mr . j AIIIm.ii. lit rh.ll'i:.- ol til.' hill. nia. oth. r nt .-li lit d.'f. nw of tht m')i-lule, jpr. -v. tine 1,1-1. i. li.'h h.' ihi larr.l li.y. - thut th.- nujjnr r. il.'n r rM-i-lviMl !.'k .r..i.-.'l ion nii.l. r lh- .-.i.ii. H' Ik .I jIi' thai) ; un.l.-r th.- I'Xl-Mnit law. J IVtilk-ri-w iikv at l. i!h In favor of , hU ,iini :i,liii.'.. t.i phi, t. on tlx. frve lint iiiil.l, i ontroll.-.! hy ir.il, wvin ly r ' rulKnliV th. varloui trtmtM. All.n iirKi.l hk-al pro . ,luri' iiKaliit tin Jtnii.li.. unly on., roll rail ntvurtiM iIiMnK th. .lay, on l,l lK.iy nmim!nint to I plncp all Kiikarn oir th.' n,imr Iuimih. Tlni. jwn. r.').'.t.'.l, S! to ;". McKn.TV votwl I with th.- r. puhlicaiiii In th.- iilllrniuUve. j TIIK I;KAI. MAX. j MtnlKW-r to Hpaln Not Wotnlfonl. Inn Crtlhoun. j New York. June 14. -A ill.tpalrh from Na-Hlivlll... TiMin., mV that rx-Commls- , kIii , r l alh.iun, w ho wvnt to hi v .lnm ,th Hull ciiiM' iuu! th Koin'nil -unilltlo of tlilriK In tho Inlii.-.il of ("uhn for lVi-n- I hli'iit MrKlnlry, Is the man who Is moM i llki'ly to !. namr.1 for mliJuter to Mitilrlj Iniul not liiwral Sti-wart I.. WoodforO J S.'.Tilary Shfrmaii miid toil.iy: "No, iticiii'ral WoiKlfonl'ri rump has not t'fon j in. nl l.iiu-,1 to mi' hy tin- prvxlih.nt Ii ron- I lut'tloti nllh tho piwt of mlnt.itor to I Hpnl I. I know Jlcnrral Wooilfor.l. and b would 1k iui oxivlliMit man for tlu- plaiv, Inn ii.i I iimb-returnl It .Mr. t'lilhmin. who ha.i Juki ivturin-.l from Culm. I t i In- m-nt to Ma, Ii1, 1 an tho rrpr'-intutl o of thin i-onmry ut thi Spanish conn TIuti- lmvi hc-n it uoo.1 mnny ooui"otlnir ri-Mirts niinh- In n-Karil to this nilnslon, owIiik: to Its lmpoi'tnini' at this tlnu-. . hvnus. tin- pri-ld-iit lm rvally hart In nilml rn-vi'1-nl (frntlrtin-n for tin- plni-o " lU'UA ON TOP. Has Hntlh-h-nt Koo.1 to Uist to the End of tin- War. Now York, Juno 11. A dlspnti-h to the World from Washington says: Si-ijutor Motftiui. In nn Intt-nlow lust nlk-ht said: "I havo Information from most rollnt.H auihorlly thut Culm Is undor tho control of n i-ompl.-ttly oi-Kiinla.-d civil povrn- ! mi-nt, stroiiKi-r today thai It tv.r mm. jnuil so cstnhll-hi'd that It Is '.niHissibli- noiv for tin- Spanlnnls to pvcrtlirow It. Tin- I'tih.ins haw, by, tho iiuiur.il rc I Honri't s of that part of the Island In w hh ii tin y aiv domliKini, siitllclont fcxsl supplies to sustain them to the rial. The tactics of (Icneral (lomcc In tho mean time baf lies tile Rp.ltil.irds efl'i et u:i lly. "In the meantime the situation. Is se It rave lr Spall', that the y,o i rnnient Is ohllk'ed to keep at home nil of Its reirulur army of trained, Reasoned, disciplined troops, an army of so.iim men, De.iK'O of whom mli; tit have been landed on the Island in. I swept It from one end to On- other, Itut that In now out of tho ques tion. Theso soldiers arc wanted ut horn to moot diuiKcra that nro threatenlUR tho throno. Tho Spanish Kovcrnnient Is afraid to put It tu tuutrol of a man not In accord with It pnst policy." "It Is Impossible for me even to con jecture what I'resldemt McKlnley will do, .ilihmigh I li Mi Mil ill nil Inclined In in. polo lo him ii-iixiiriillr iiikiIvk fim wli ii. vi-r ihU K"V.'ruii' r,l run ) i, I ,nn Hi.tlHlli-.l thul HiIk In oiii: M'vol lit ton will, h will not K't liu hwnril. "Work Iiiij tilriMi'ly l-, n"''ml an1 .i-l,il.li.., v.lil'li rniiitt nmilt In Ihp lri i). iMMwlmw'.. of riilm. Thi fM -r m I ' h a tlon ili lli liiK 'K' r.'liill'Hm lH'twi'i H).iln fnl, ii a Unii ait.) Irri'vrx-iil.li- il. !.. r.illnn th.il llnri' In war In tin- Iflii'i l of C.ii.ii, '"ih Hiltnlnlnlrutlon l riuhj. i tr-il to tli liri-wun. tt two Hhmu of Amrli iii rlt ' -IK uoii.'rrrtrf Umm'lvM aliout pun ly Ijunl :t rniill.-m. Ow U thut wlilh li n.il'1 t' li.iw Vh.wi.hu ami ti,itf,n r. niil li Dm- IIji!.1. Tlw rtlir In tli'1 i'Iiim tthli'll IM tlili rinv, UK will in I'. M-ry mi... Ilko It, avail llii:riH"l.' of tin. o.nrtui.liy to nuiki' imi:iy out of thn illli'iiirniin a .1 .lllri'fi'H of oihrn. Wlll.'ll WOlllll UIV II H III" IrflMlH Of C'll.ll'l li .l.-M-i .l.ri.-. tli. l"iiiui'- of IV',:hi,ii hi Uiiyii", ifri.'-h.ilf In f ili-To'.l to r'il.v Ir.r; li. 1'ih.m-m hiikIiiIn.I !,y ArnTr.i,K, u.-jil i.l,h r txilf to K'i Into lh" 'ki'l of Hi.. I i ..Ih.'lil.m iiul lioinl-iiliii m. Tliii ir.ivi'niin.'iil, I think. U w In a tai. i of rii'ili'iln.i Hh tii'iii' t'illij.'i.ii'H, So jn.iiU.-r how i iirni Htly th.- .r. .l, i u l.'.i In lining Juiitl. t' to l'iil,:i, or how ' trrit lil ilmlro to (.rotnotc h. r l.'i.l. i .nl i -irc or IiIh x.-nJ to tiiki' riiri' of our ft;le ami thi- rlk'htu In thi- 4l.t ..!, hi- In li.ii..!- h iiil !' th' rowil that an- only 'k- jlnK to niakc mumh')' out of thi' mlfor- tiini of othi rn. ' N1.W iKidll 'i.MH!.SATiiN. ManufacturtTn I worjora tc n Trunt to Corral th.- Tnulc. C'hlrak'o, une It.-Ttu- l.'tt.-r-0-fai "ays: A ii. -loor romht.uitlori h.i len f..rrii.-.l. It Is a ri.-r.tly la orporalid en., ; n known as the W.nl-rn Poor inuiMriy. H.imi.H"! capital ;imI hi-ndi'.iar; t. rs at ItiM'k lhlan.1. Ill Kr.uik Adams, fornn-rly iommlmdowr of the .Manufac- turiTH' Sash, Ihsir iwul lllind A-rMxhitlon. but riw of tho Farley Ia ts -hnr Jl.uiu- farturUiK ('oriipaiiy. of Dubuque, Iowa, Is om- of the ln'ororalor. He Is ro . tillered one of the Is'st-lnforrml nu n In I he door tnide. and he In really the ort' inalor of the t e lumwir.v. The pl..n Is to practically form n demr trust on u new plan, a the old trust, formed !n is-'o:islii si'V.-riit y.iira sko, hiu Vrn forc.tl out of eKlsta 'e by Ihe courts of that state. The Hi-si work of the ntw e-oniKi!i' Is to combine 11 the jih rtial door faetorli-s iilof if the Mississippi rlv.-r. M.t of the larve faeturlos have already 1W..O ..-cured. H.4l not only thi- ont-s the route, but also all the Western a id Northewestern faetorti-s will be bnxik'ht Into the wmjiany by purchase or other w lse. ( of the IncoriKirntnrs, Sx akina; of the tu-w combine, said: "The door business has Itt-n run nt -i Ionk fi r over two years, as there are too many manufacturers for the trade and many of them hud to n main closed part of the time to prevent overstooklnir the market. Kven then there lum In-en too much stock and prto-s are lower In pro ixirtlon than the cost of lumber. The ob ject of the trust Is not to restrict trade, hut to put It on a puyliiK basis. Uranch houses are to he ocix-l In all leadlnK dlstrlbiitlns markets. Chlmiro will run-tone. There will also be cne at New York. Sun Frnnlcop and also nt Sydney or Mel bourne. Australia. "Therv Is to be a regular set of officers a-il directors, u conolld.itid factories, and It Is said that Frederick Weyerhaeu ser, the lumlKr kintr. will ho president." NKW l'tU MOVEMENT. Want to establish a Socialist Colony in Texas. Ihillns, Tex.. June H. J. F. riradley. ilialrinan of tho iHpul!st state committee ha.H ironc to CIiIcubo to meet H. V. IVbs and his associates !n a schcuio to ontaniiec a socialist lultor co-operative colony to be located nt some place r.ot yet deter mined upon. The Chlcauo nieetlnK to promote the movement Is to he hold on June la. The middle of tho road populist leaders of Texas. It Is said, profess to see In the scheme political aihuntiujes to them, and Chairman Itrndlcy's pri-sonce at Chicago will It- for the purpose of trying to sn-t tho colony In his slate. Oenernl I'aul VumlorviHirt. late of dinaha, ex-Oover.-.or Walto of Colorado mid J. 15. Andrews, middle of the road mpiills( candidate tor attorney ireni'ml of Colorado, all recently located In Texas a:.il are pushliiK move tiKMits similar to that on which IVbs Is working. nA.sr.nALL sconi;s. Washington. June H WashltiKton 16, l'lttsblirif 2. l'hlludelphlu. Jilit- ll.-Clevclnnd 1). rhlladclplila 1. Hoston, June 14.-lioston 5, Cincinnati 5. ItalUniore, Jutu- 11.-llaitlmorc Louis ville T. New York, June II. New York 7, St. I.nuis3 1. Urooklyn, Juno 11. Hrooklyn 13, Chica- KO 1. i:ai:ni:y haknato scicidi:3. I.onloji, Jno II. A speclnl dispatch from liuchal. Island of Madeira, oft the coast of Morocco, says that on the urrb nl thcro today of the Itrltish steamship Scot, which left Table ltay iCapc Tov.ni Juno 2 for Southampton, It was an nounced that Harney Hnrnnto, the Pouth African diamond klnK. who was among the passengers, had committed suicide by kvtplnfr overboard. Ills body was re-coxetvd. TILLMAN IN THE FORE ONCE'MM ''Khy Is it Senate Cannot Touch Sutjar Without ficing Contaminated?" ciiam;i:s in imxan iilkeau InvcHtiijatioo Into Contract .Method- - The Oregon to do to Victoria Jnliilec Day - Kailtay Land ratentv Waxhl.-iirtor.. "uw H. A aUit.rne-.t by Hour l.i tin. s.5 lite t'lny that honest in n I In the se-nale Iooki-1 with cor.t'-m;it onj the eluirK"- ajiilrmt the aenate, drew I from Tillman a atlrrlnir reply. In wht'.h j h lia-lsted ttuit Hoar wu.i entirely mls-I Uiken. (liart'i'S Hint ic-natorn pulate.J. li Buitur have be-n made- by reputa.d.-( r w i.r m.-n wer ih.-lr own slsn-itun s, he said, and x-opl.j wanted the charxea disproved or tlu- author punirflitd. "Tin y want to know," he should, "how II ts and why It la that the senate cannot touch auiiiir without Mng contaminated." Hoar rwiotwb-d with fti--llr4. He na'd he knew t lie character, purpose and oplnlmai of workera on farms and lr, th workshops of Mawuichusetts. They del :t symimthlie with these reeltlets clvarj," lutalrmt public men. I'eopln of other mate U llevel aa they did. charifin," he concluded, "arc not only presMterons, but they are Infamo-.ist." Tillman stU'l he roceivwl thousanda of letters tin- past ten day from people In the South. West and North, and he knew they did nut believe the charge were In famous. "We cannot hldo behind senatorlnl to- K.is." he crt.-d. He believed tru- chan;? and had anked for an lnvestii.-atlo.-i; If the senate decll.i-d to examine the charges it Htood convict.-.! In-fore the country. INDIAN BIKKAC CHANCKS. Wanhlrartun, June 11. The specifications for fur .lshlni? clothing suppll. s to the out Ire Indian service has been cancelled anil new bids are to tie called for by tht commlKHloTu-r of hidlnn affairs, to be oi'.ieil In New York July 10. An Investi gation of tho way In which tho old spec-i Ideations were framed by which one o. the bidders. It Is albuff-d, would have se cured the contract thought useless teih nlciil requirements, has almost U-en con cluded. Collusion of certal.1 employe has l-ec:i chargitl and It Is losslble that several removals may result In the Indian bu reau. RAILWAY LAND PATENTS. Washington, Juno II. The senate com mittee on Pacific railroads today decided to investigate the Issuance of patents id Facltlc railroads under the Pettlgrew res olution, 'and apiiolnted senators Foraker. Stewart and Harris of Kansas a sub committee for that purpose. The reso- 1 ii i Ion provides "that a committee of five senators lie appointed by the vlce-presl thwit to Investigate and Issue patei.ts for huids In the I'r.lted States to Pacific rail roads and the California and Oregon rail way." VENEZUELA UOl'NDAHY. Washington, June 11. The final ratlf- catlon of tlu lxu.lary treaty between Oreat Itrltaln and Venezuela was ex changed In the state department this af ternoon. THE OUEGON TO VICTv. , Washington June U. The secretary of tho navy ruis oriK-ro.1 the battleship nre- nn to Victoria. P. C. to be prose... at tho festivities attending: tho Jubilee celc hrntlon of the queen's Jubilee. C.OWEY CONFIRMED. Washington, June 11. The senate today i-ontlrmiHl John F. Gowey, of Washing ton, as consul-general at Kangiuva, Ja pan. FIRE AT I'MATILLA. Wool S;iles Aggregating Nearly Tliirtv- Five Thousand Dollars. Pendleton, Or., June 14. It Is ascer tained that the total loss by fire nt Vma- tllla Sunday evor.liuj was no less than JS.0OO, covered only about one-third by In stirance. The fire started by a lamp ct plosion In tho rear room of Means' gen oral merchandise store. Means' store and stock and Kelley's hotel and A. It. Jack dwelling house were destroyed. The biggest sale of wool recorded so far on tho con.st this yiir was made by Fred W. Hendley, who sold on commis sion half a million pounds of wool. It made twelve hundred, sacks, and fills thir ty cars. It was bought by E. Y. Jiald, for tho Hartford wool house of which he Is a member. The wool comes to Pendle ton to 1h scoured In transit. Tho bnvem a-.l sellers refuse to give any Intimation at the present time what prices were paid, further than to say that the total amount paid was nearly thirty-live thou sand dollars, which would give close to seven cents per pound. Tho summer Normal school for tea. her' opomxl this morning with a good atte-id-ance-. and will run three weeks. The citi zens of Pendleton subscribed enough n.omy for thv mhwl. aunl.T.ia are. rt '(iilrvl to pay only an lriri-ntal f II ..'. All tli'- Ktil.'irl.. r.i.t an't o'iu-f xryrm-. htn puiil by cltla-nri. I'fcJl'X'KATH MKKT IN Hl'i.iKA.S E. Ami Iilscuss Affair. I'ertlnent to Th ir Future Huccess. Hpoka:rf-, ."line 11. A meHlr.a; of :he di-rnoi-ratlc state central commliee was held her tolay for th purpo of 1:-t.-rrinrili.K what plan nhouid be adoptitl, If any, for contlnulnn the orxunln to.i In th- field. Twv.ty-four out of i.ilr' tlve countle were represented. A reso lution or manffi-nto wan adopted, a na tion of which reads an follows: "P..ic.;i. r.lzlnir that only In union Is there strentn, we l.nlte all workers In the Kta.vl cause of bimetallism, and honi-t (rover irn'-nt te lutior. earnemly toether for the future welfare, loth In municipal, state n,j national politics. We hereby pledife oi:r selves to loyalty ar.d tireless co-opeiat.o.i with all other organization seeking tho same ends." The resolution asks that a state enm p.ilicn committee of three be appoinre-1 to arr.i.e f 'r sjeak, rs of r.atloiu.1 repv. tatlo.a to visit the state during the con Ir.K fall and winter: and that a coinmit t of three 1 apiiolnted to pr-.-pare a.-.l promulKate a plan of ori?anIz.-itl n In-fore January 1, ls'.cj. The committee felicitates ltef on Its su-ct-s in the state In the lant election, and commemls the present administration. JAP 3 IN CALIFORNIA. They Expect to Comt-ete as Farmers Ajralnst the Whites. San Fra.-xilsco, June 11. State Labor Commissioner Fitzgerald, who has ut returned from a persor-al Investigation of the labor employed In the beet fields at Plea-iamon. Alvarado, Wato.ivllle u 1 Salinas, says: "I nrj that between -J-j ami a per cent of all the labor used ta the beet fields of California Is .Tapaiesc and Chl.iese, with Chinese fast (coin? to the wall as against the compettilon of Juisinese. The canefleld of Hawaii h'vt over 11 per cent of white labor, while the Icet fields of Calif ora show but 5 per rent at present. Japas bossr. l.i the fields told me that next year thc-y will handle the entire indistry and that they can get all the Japar.ese necessary from Victoria. They say. too, that they expect to become farmers and bid against the w hites In renting; land. - AMERICAN MECHANICS IN SES?'ON. HtLsbi.rg, June 11. It Is a coincid.ace that the P.ag day a d the first day o.' ihe national council of the Jur.loa Ordtr of L'rdted Meehcnlcs should l-e on the same day. and this fact makes the da yof fe cial Importance to memljers of tne Am r lea) Mechar.l-s. About 173 delegates nave arrived In the city and about J) more are coming. Those who came In last night and during the day are from nearly every state In the Union. It Is expected that about lO.Cvi vis-.oro will also be present during the session. The only event of Importance today was a meeting of the supreme commaninry of the uniformed ra-nk. There were about .) delegates present. Reports of the Supreme Junior Order had mad a rapid Increase In membership durlns the paat year. THE PRESIDENT AT ASHEV1I LE. Ashevllle. N. C, June H. Soon afle o'clock this morning the preslde.iti.il train resumed Its Journey homewards, making the start from Sherman's hill, in elevated suburb of Chattanooga. At Mar shall a short stop was made and Mr. Mc Klnley shook hands with several hun dred people who thronged the rear ol tho train. After lunch the president held a reception, after which the party tooK carriages for the Baltimore house. Van derbilt's place, five miles away. A sensation was caused when the presi dent, through Secretary Porter, refused to enter th Pnltlmtre house if n:-wsay r me were Inured out. The doors of the Vanderbllt mansion were thrown open to all but local men without discrimina tion. BICYCLE K AC E. Roeheser, N. Y June 11. Tom Cooper got even with Eddie Bald and other cracks for their defeats of htm In the last few days by winning the mile opn at Lakevlew wheelmen's meet today. The win was not by Inches, but by a length and a half. Bald was the man to follow Cooier In, with Stevenson back of him. Time. 2:17 2-3. HORRIBLE DEATH. hocnlx, Ariz., June 11. While return ing from a firemen's picnic at Mesa City. Miguel Burba, met death l:i a horrible manner. While standing on the platfjrm of a moving train he leaned out and Ills head struck a telegraph pole, ni.iniilhi,! him in such manner that he ili.,1 v, tt.v..i am hour. MONTGOMERY GETS TWO YEA.:-1 Portland, June 11. (Special to the torian. Chas. Montgonh ry today pleaded L-v'lty to the charge of robbing W. S. Isold's grave. He was sentenced to two years In the penitentiary. Wm. ''a "c;, another of the conspirators, was place,1, on trial. -WEALTHY LAND OWNER DiiAD. Lu Porte, Ind., June 14. Part rich lli-n-cheon, the wealthiest land-ow ner In north ern Indiana, Is dead, aged 70. His for tune Is estimated at about tt.OuO.OOO. ALL LONDON IS LIKE A CIRCUS Miles of Streets Handsomely Deco rated for the .Jubilee. REAL . LOWERS TO ISE.L'SED la Dice of Temporary DecoMtioas Vt'url mea Gettiarj niijh Vaqe tvea Charcb (tools rilled With Seats New York. Juie It. A dispatch to the Journal from London zays: Six miles of London today rejo-r.t-'.f -I the amphitheatre of a circus. From Buckingham Palace up Constitution Hill to Piccadilly, down Piccadilly to Ht. James street, thei.ee by way of Fall .Vr.ll, the Strand and Fleet street to 8t. rn.il"a cathedral, and after that ocros the Thames by way of Cheapslde, Kiag Will larm street and London bridge and lick to the palace around through Borough ham street. Borough Road, Westminster bridge. Parliament street, Whitehall and the Pall Mall, and the shop, hote'.a, resi dences, churches, parks and p-jbilo build ings are hidden from view by ml'as and miles ef pine board seats. Not one foot of favorable space along the entire route for the Jubilee procession Is left unoccupied. The sloping roofs of the churchea, the tops of lower 1 the gaps between the buildings, every conceivable place where there Is a pos sibility of seating a human n-ing has Its row of seats. Every carpenter In L?n Ion Is working along the route of the prces- st,n ar.d the pernw-.ent biilliil.ig trade Is at a standstill, while the artlians of the hammer and saw are gettlrg the unpre cedented wages of to and fH a day. 6ome of the sta:ds which are wholly or partly finished have been temporarily decorated by owners, sc as to sea how they will look on Jubilee day. Some of them are most attractive slghH, and If the other owners show the same decon Uve capacity, thts part of London will soo-. look like a fairy town. t-l flower are' to be used In decorations proiosly At one or two stands th box otCce- has been opened. In the windows, as a rule, is a model of a particular sta a as It will appear on Jubilee day. At present the salt of seats Is very slack. People are waiting for the inevitable sljmp In prices. If 8tn.ml-owr.ers get only a couple of t -In eas a seat the profits will not be large. As It looks now there will be plenty of seats for sale Jubilee day for a guinea, five shillings a.d one shilling, '."aere- ar people In London unfeeling enough to generate glee over the clr rr.stanvet that landlords all along the route of the procession, who have evicted their ten ants under the Impression that price. of wli.dows Jubilee day would more than make up a year's rental, will proba' V lose not only on rents, but on money pall for the erection of the star.ds. PEACE IN SPAIN Cannot Continue Long Unless Chunge li Made In Government. New Y'ork, Jur.e 12. A Herald dispatch from Madrid says: The reports of an Intended nnnexatljri of Hawaii by the United Stat"s causes anxiety as foreshadowing President Mc Klnley's Cuban policy. Senor Silvela, the leader of the dissident conservatives. In a speech last night con demned the Duke of Tetuan's assault on Senator Comas. He proceeded to say that Premier Cnc vas projected Cuban reforms to signify that Spain resigns in face of the United States her title to govern the Antilles. Senor Silvela ndvlse- a vigorous mili tary policy in Cuba and denounces 'ne weakness of the present ministry. IV con cluded by ileclari.-Tg that the brench be tween the Spanish people and the piesent government widens dally and that even tual peace cannot continue long under such circumstances. SIGNS THE BILL. Springfield, 111., June 14. Governor Tan ner today signed the bill preventing col oring of butter or Imitation of butter. mxmm Absolutely Pure Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and healthfulneus. Assures th food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands. ROYAL BAKING POTSTJEtt CO., NEW YORK. . mi