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..- ......i-5rj THE DAILY ASTORIAN Is the biggest in. best paper on the Columbia Fiver THE ASTOBIAN has the largest circulation of any paper on the Columbia River KULIv ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT. VOL. XLV1. ASTORIA, (MIKUON: TIKSDAY MOUXIXO, JINK t 18J7. NO. 118. FIREWORKS! Bombs, Firecrackers, Torpedoes, F'a?s, Festoon Papers, Lanterns, Balloons, Etc. The Largest Stock lit the City. Wholesale and Retail. Country Orders Solicited GRIFFIN & REED WM. GADSBY Corner Washington and Flr5t Streets PORTLAND, OREGON fit JRiSL iSi Tbli milxlntilial I'urlor Suit, (I .u-Cf, lnrilr, with ailk $20.00 .1 ' , if ' Tliii (,'liamlKir Suit, lirJwonl fiinnli In mn.i. liulil l.ln h nr XVI Century. ;j;i2.SO If you want a Killing Room Suit, we refer you to the cut in the "Astorian" of May jo, consisting of i siilcboanl, 6 chairs ami i six-foot extension table, all for $17.50, You see you can furnish 3 rooms for 550. You will tlo well, when in Portland, to call and look through our stock of Carets, Curtains anil everything to furnish a house. WM. GADSBY, cor. Washington and First sts., Portland, Oregon. UNION MEAT COMPANY Shield Brand Hams. Bacon, Strictly Pure Lard ALL KINDS OF CANNED MEATS OmrantMd th Beat In tht Mirkat ORNER FOURTH AND (1LISAN STREETS - PORTLAND, OREGON W. F. SCHEIBE, A full lint of Plrw, Tobacco, anil 5mokrt' Articles. 47-1 Commorclnl nt. Cut! Cut! Cut! We have postponed tho auction pale until lato in the season, and have cut tho prices OH Alili GOODS Ifi THE' STORE So as to mako them lower than any place in Aftora. Space too small to mention price. 1 Come ir? and see the Goods and Prices Everything marked in plain .figures. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc. FRIEDMAN'S, 6" COMMERCIAL BT. 9 .EVERYTHING FOR THE FOURTH antitl intk or lurrb frttti , !:.liii!trieil iu pluah trillilillujf. Manulnctartr or Usnlor In lip. ' y FINE CIGARS! PROGRESS OX THE TARIFF BILL Hilc will Tiihe n A;l Yiilorcm Duty oh Agreed I'jmn. iioisi: ,mi:t and APjotKNKD 5ieker Heed kill rrenre Ltt u! fli Com-wittcs-nelict lor ltlis Idc o Spuksne Appointee1 MtMbal. VnhlnKlun. J'ine .-Th- s.nt mini gnml pr nr.u on ib tariff bill indny, m;;iiK of ll.e p.ir.iKrnptin n luting (o 1 I I - . !whrh have been a souror ol inuili ton-lrt.-ry. A finally nr--.t on. fie duty n hide I .ln. "I (it tx-r cent l val orem, In plrne of on atil a half rriftn (mt pound, n oriKliwIly r ported 1-y the liiuri'n "liiinlli e. Tlie lui'uslon w irntlH''l..l into it gold eVtmle on tri.pls .ihil from I'i.iI k to the KiiMr trust. Hmlih spoke at length against ti;e duty on hide, while Allen supported t! duty The imrvicmiih m agreed t.i, T1 la 2i, on- democrat, P.awlln, mil jrrnl populist unl ullv. r ripuMl un vm- ir.g mini the t.-puK:. .m In the .:m..n live. Tin- Hi' -Mi ntnl debute on trust led to a .r.' arraignment f the i:giir Irii.t liy fiifTny mid Llni).iy nl a gen ml Ihi'ii.iuii of the mean to deal wlili trut ly llotr. TH IXUKMMKV ITALIAN.. WmOiiilKti'ii. Jit. Senator to ly reporll front thi? oomnilttee on (or elltn relatlonii an nrin iiilment to the ki n eral ileili h m y hill to ay $"'0 to the fan. III.', uf three lliillaiw lyneheil l New Drleatu. IX Till: HMfSK. VVnhtniitoii, June The le-.nlun ot the hoiiee tiiy lum.il only tuna- eno.ih to all the; rull on IlnKley' motion to ail Journ. An oon an the Journal ha.l U-en approve.) the Door leit'ler of the majority remarket Unit an he wn not awate of any matter chilmlnK the atl. htlon of the Iiimiw to'lny. he wool. I move an adjourn ment. Ilall.y rluill.'iiKi.l that tnt.-itient wltn Hie (tlwerv atlon lhat the liankrtiry hill anil the C'uhan Ih IIIki relioy resolution were unaili-il uhi. The opo!tln ni lilaiHleil w hen the rlMntt voteahowiil tin in a majority of one. the vote rewulilntr hi to a! iiKalMHt nitiKley'a motion, 'rtiere Hn I'miiley iU miiile! the anil nor, ami the roll wan rnlle.1. The motion wan onrrleil, :7 to V The houm- then nil Journeil. WK Von MARSHA!. Wimhlnuton, J'ine I-Svlnl to the Aktorlan.) Tht prriltent toilay nomlnntnl f. W. Me. of Spokane, to he VnlteJ Htatin nurnhal or WanhlnKton, Ki:i-:i8 COMMITTEES. Waxhington, June .-Speaker Ko.d nalil toilny lh.it he had the matter of the apMilntmriit of the committee, under con sideration, and that unless something un forseen should occur to change his pvr in.i.ni Incliii'itlon he would prpnr? the list and sulimlt It prior to final adjournment. IN Til 12 HANDS OF THE Jl'RV. After the American Tobacco Company's Officers. New York, June The case of Prml- dent J. It. Duke and other officers nnd directors of the American Tolmcco Com pany, on n clmrge of consplnu'y to n- strlct iriule, Is now In the hands of the Jury. Juil;e Klttgernld, in his liuttructlons to tho Jury, said the trial was an exceeding ly Important one. It was an action brought by the public nt large In th? mime of the people- of the stale. He would Impress upon the Jury that It was not A civil suit. In which It was sought to establish private rights nnd remedy pri vate wrongs. Whether or not the facts alleged in the Indictment conHtttute a crime was a question of law with which they had no concern. It wna for them to determine whether or not tho evidence Htabllshed the truth of the allegation. ROBBED BY MASKED MEN. Iinnk Ill South Dakota Relieved of Ita Cash In Daylight. Omaha, June JS. Four masked men en tered the bunk at Rcllefourcho, South Dakota, with revolvers drawn, nnd or- dered the customers nnd bank officials to hold up their hands. Hesitation drew n shot from one of the robbers, which lipped off a large portion of the cashier's right ear, who then complied with the command. The safe and counters wero relieved of what they contained and the robbers rode away. Within a few miles from town a posse came upon tho fugi tives and a running fight ensued, which resulted In one of the robliers surru.dcr Ing, the others being closely pursued. There were five men In the party who made the assault on the bank. Pursuit was prompt the bnndlta having barely time to unhitch their horses and mount before being surrounded. In the fight that followed Walter Gay, or Gay & Bona, was shot through the cheek, receiving u painful wound. Tltomn hny, lh lurrl rolilr, mm ovfrlu.ulil half u mlk Irom loHii n i. 'I V now In Jail nt wood. Id- It ii utrm.jr.T In tln vlilnliy. Thr r'-xi of tin." k"K rv tiow m hay at Tlirw V mmli, u few rnll.K from lirl lh olwliallull tlmt the .iilikni'l')' till ttired or klllnt. It traniiplreii th.it .-J tnan i- u taken from II.- oank, Cann ier Arllinr Marlle having liimni 1 thut anil lix k.il the door of the vault Mt the enlrani'e of tlie roJilem, U wh Ilred nt three 1 1 mi , hut only on ho( Vwk efri'i-i. lie irie! to return th flr, hut hlii I'l.lol failed him. KKJIX T rtK AltKK-HTKI). The Man Hupe tel of lioff rruin'n ilunkr In the Toll. Kan KrHiKimo, June 2V--I,at thU afler- noon tl. H ItothiH'hllil, partm-r of the late Imuic Y. Iloflnuin. who wum K mjaler lounly munlireil on the nluht of June 1, nwore out a warrant for the arreat of Thioilore KlKel, the lio-kkeeer of the llrm, on four chnrKe of enil xilenn nt 1'Iki I n lioml wiik flxei) Ht IIMni, anil the prohaliillty I he will he releaneil at ono'. Kiirthi r churne of emla lement will Ik' ma1e tnmorrow ami chnrKe of fnrtrery will ! prefi rr.-il, arxl nubwo.uently e ihanre of munler will profaihly I pliu-i airainnl hU ty.me on the prlain liooki. KAIl.lttAI'8 HVVAMI'KI. Cannot Gel Cara Ktiouirh to Ilamlli! the i!Ulnea. I'tihaKo, J ii i 2 Thv Wexlern roailii have ionic to tha m-lulon thr.t they till la- Hlxiut awamHd with the amount of hulin-a to the Chtimuin Endeavor (invention In 8nn Fmrlaeo. Some roaili are now In tlritlla to set the nerejuuiry inuljiniit to li.iiKlli' the tralflc. Peveral of them have mode urxent rail upon their ronnertlona for all the cara that can la- parel. and everything on wheels that can tie uwhI will Iw utlllse.1 In carry, lint the l.iiiltteaa to 8an Knuirlnco. There la a larire amount of (tcm-url traffic that will take advantage of the low mtea to pay a vlit to the roafL UAMIJUNG KI1.I.KD. Knl'l on the Houitea of IxnJvllli-. M'iny IVna Itroken l'p. Cltid Iailvllle, June I'ul.llc cambllnK ha pruUilily m-ttved Ita death Mow here. Actins nnilir orilim from Judse Owt-r.a, of the district court, a posne of deputy nherlffa ruldKl every Rambling eatalillsh ment in tlw city. K lrlnu over ll'W worth of talie and Implcmentii, which will be ilentroyiil. All the proprietor of ffnm lihnjr nounen were iirretel. The r.ild ha rau.H'il a Krcat aen-oitlon, a It hrcuks up an Imluxtry that ha llonrlshpil hire idm-e IMS. l- A. W. MK1CT. itprmglicld. III., June S. The tlr.-it day's racing of the U A. V. circuit meet at the fair grounds oMned with a small nttend- lauce owing to hail weather. tine mile Anderson won, Cohurn seoral, Sk.-ltoit thlnl: time, 2:30li- Cohurn prt ti'Mid nK"ln."t Atulemon, claiming the lat ter had ridden lieltcr than 2:10. Coburn was given a week to prove the protest. Mile onn Cooper won. Klser second, (.inrlilK-r third. Calmnne fourth: time, 2:l. ' ' Two miles hamllca-Iaid won. Mvr tens second. Leonard third: time. 1:42V KofND ON THE HEACH. Empire City, Or., Juno 2S. Yesterday afternoon the remains of Isaac Haloren were discovered on tho ocean bearh about n mile iiiul a halt north of the ItanJon lighthouse. There was found upon his perwn one silver watch, one fishhook nnd two d.illars and twenty-live cents In sliver. His book shows that he was a member of tho I'nlon Packers' Associa tion of the Columbia river. McCCLLY SCICIDES. Portland, Or., June 2S. Wm. S. McCul ly, seventy years old. nn engineer, com mitted suicide this afternoon by shooting himself through the head with a revolver. Ho was suffering from a fatal llln.ss, which waa reaching the end too slowly to suit his despondent state of mind. He leaves n w'fe but no children. He nlao possessed considerable property. BASEBALL SCORES. Chicago, June 2S. Chicago 2. Louisville New York, June 2S. New York 4. Bal timore 2. Philadelphia, Juno 2S. Philadelphia 7. Washington 6. Boston. June IS. Boston 9, Brooklyn $. Cleveland, June SS. Cleveland 12, Tltts- burg 2. BRYAN AGAIN. Denver, Col., Juno 2S. A special to the Times from Lincoln, Neb., says the Ne braska state central committee of silver democrats met today and arranged the detnils for the. fall campaign. The com mittee, npiienlid to silver republicans and populists to fuse. Bryan will stump the state. REFORM TRESS ASSOCIATION. Nashville. June 2s. F. W. D. Mays, of Pomeroy, Wash.. Is In the city making arrangements for the meeting of tho Na tional Reform Press Association, on July 2 and 3. WILL KOT FORCE AMERICA'S HAND Tht Competitor's Men kill be Tried by Spanish Court. TO HE SENTENCED TO DEATH ; Bat Tlicir rritads NeeJ 5nt rcr-Dtlead-aat Oily Allowed oie witatjs, Vho w Imncdiatcltr Arretted. i . a ' i. ( au. a - I Jl.. .... i. I ntw "r"- ",n" ;th, one preferred apUnet Profewcr Haw- from Havana ay: uome may not be taken up. It la, how- Conaul-tiem-ral Lee,tua finally been J ever, the general opinion that a deter olllilally notllle.1 that Onst Milton, the mind effort will be made to ouat Tro Ameiican newapafier eorronli:.-t. Cap- fe,or McKlroy. and the expectation In talu l.ilxnle. and others l-luniiu 10 the captured schooner Comjietltor, and one or two Amerlcui lncar.-erated with them In Culatnaa fortreaa, will be culled for public trial July I. The hearing will go before civil Judges and Judgment will he baaed on the declaration previously made within the walls of the prison on evident taken by a government official or crown prosecutor, acting on behalf of the Banish admiralty and war depart- ,lMr workers here tonight, the state eon rn. nl. The court will listen to no rw ventlon conteata were very animated. The t.stlmony. save In support of the writttn declaration already filed. Oeorve Fcrnut. the only wltnes the Competitor men were permitted 10 .ll;He OtrhUiw for the state ticket Is very cn their behalf, waa arrmtel Immediately fter his examination ami U v.i'.l a prla- oner. His sworn statement was tl'.at the ve'l was Uyond the three-mile limit ami haI the American flag at her snaft- head when seized. This statement dis- pleaml the Spaniards and Ferrir was then-fore detained here and charged wuh perjury. Consul-General Lee haa is yet received no Instructions to employ conn- sel to defend the prisoners. A Spanish maglntrate sold the men would undoubtedly be found guilty ag-Jln ami sentenced to death or long terms of Imprisonment hut he added: Their friends should not hear their be - ing exeouteo or aeponea. -iur people are too diplomatic to force America's h.ind." , ine reuvi general, r.i.rru m coa. will not be snot General e, i-r tbe Adrian. J-Aatorta won a decisive vic haa received a cable from MlnUtr o' ! ,ory over tne Nacnotta team here this War Ascarraga to indefinitely suspend the court martin sentence of death ponJln the close of hoHtilltles. when their juruon may lie ex.ectel . General Weyler himself has tUfMi no steps to stop tho court martial and shoot- Ing" of other and less Important isoners of war during the last throe day. At Matanzas. at Sagua. SanU Clara. S'lnctl S;,lrilus, Clenfuegos and Plnar del Mo dozens of executions occurred. At Sagua two Cuban girls accused of sending out clothes to their brotlwM :ight- Ing under the Insurgent chief Rohan, were convicted of aiding the rebellion wd sen- tenced by a military court to rMpectlvely twelve years and six months Impi'soi- ment In the African perau colony. FIGHTING IN CUBA. Further Details of the Engagement Banes. ' New York. June 2S.-A Herald dispatch from Key West says: Private advices Just received from San- tlago province give further details of the fighting during last week around Gtbara ad Banes, between Insurgent and Span- Ish forces. The advices say that the In- surgtnts under Gen. Callxto Garcia nnd Colonel Tonres. numbering between won anct wcii-aimea ana equippea men at- tacked both of the seaports simultaneous- ly. but met with a stubborn resistance from the Spaniards, who had been ad vised of their coming and were prep-red. The demonstration against Banes, which Is less than ten leagues distant from Gllmra, was merely a feint by the rebels to divert attention and draw the Spanish forces from Gibara, which was the only point reilly to be attacked, and which was garrisoned. The ruse was partially successful and Garcia, with his forces, entered Gibara. His success, however, was only of short duration, ns he was subsequently driven out, after a hot fight, during which many were killed and wounded on both sides. Colonel Mochado, a veteran of the ten- years' war, and who Is actively engaged in promoting the present struggle, says: "My advices from Cuba are that Gomes has planned his summer campaign and put It in operation. Already columns of thou sands of well-armed men under efficient leaders have been distributed throughout the different provinces. Central Garcla's attack on Gibara and other Important operations by our forces have taken place. Our forces will be directed by General Gomez from Santa Clara, where he will pitch his headquarters." A LONG SWIM. Peter McNally Will Swim From England to France. Boston, June 2S. On July 4 Peter S. Mc Nally, of this city, will attempt to swim from England to France across the chan nel. His course will be from" Dover to Calais. 21 nautical or 2S miles in distance. This feat has been accomplished by but one man. That was faptain ueno, wno swam the channel In 1ST3 In 21 hours i minutes. McNally thinks he can cut this time down to 15 or 18 hours. Besides being the best swimmer In New England, McNally has a wonderful record una llft-aaver. Hl featii In thin dlreellon ;hv won for him the hurheat recoicnltlon ;of the L'nltiil Ktateii government. Blnce :: "2 MeN'ally ha prohahly inveil niiire hnn iw Uvea n cannot hlmnelf tell bow many. In the aummer of US, at Cren- rent tieaeh, ha perwmully and alone aaveil 13 people from drowning, and amlated In avln balf a dozen more. HOARD OF REGENTS. Will Consider the CharFe Agalnat Cer tain ProfeMora. I'ortland, Or.. June 28. The meeUna; ot the hoard of refrenta of the atate unlvtr lty will be held In thla city tomorrow night The moat Important biulne of .the meeting will be that relative to the 'enarKca that have been preferred aaainat i I'rofeaaora Johnaon. Hawthorne an.) Mc ! Elroy. The charjte aalnt Profeasor Johnnon may not be preened, and pOMll ly .hat there will be a bitter content POLITICS IN OHIO. The Field Aoinat Hough for Governor McLean All Right Columbus. O.. June ZS.-vwtn an ur. (Usually large number of candidates and jeW ha concentrated against R. T. """ " ",B " lwl nKnt nlIn t0 decisive ballot hlle anunaieo. mere ..m.e oW.o.. 3oha McLean for senator. There wa recently organized a stale legislative league of silver republicans In opposition to what Is known as the Palm- er-Buckncr democrats. This organization has Its representative Jwre demanding that the lieutenant governorship be given to a silver republican, but It la not likely the second place on the state ticket will !go to any republicans who may have .voted for Bryan and Bewail. ! J ASTORIANS WINNERS. 1 Nancoaa FootbaJUsts by a Score of 3 to L Nachotta, Wash.. June 28.-Special to 'af,,.- by B of 3 to L At no , l)je e w. tne resull ln d,)liU. allhouKh Nachotta team played a uluckv unhdl game against a teem that j un)rlse. Laying aside the usur.! UttIe blckerlnK incident to a game hard plavedi the Astoria team la here picked !ollt .lS a ,ure vlnneT ot the Bartley cup. The play and gtanllna & the Astoria Mm wa8 a to the home boy,, Iwhodldnot anticipate the aggressive lrame that was poyed, No, tor a minute j w not , pIay of tne mogt active !klD4, After the Kame was over A,. 't(ria Uxun was entertalned by the home tea Mon tney .c compe,,, l0 BtaIt lor home TEA BUREAUS. San Francisco. June 28. Among the passengers on the steamer Gaelic were a party of Japanese who have come to this country from the Japanese government nn)j tne central Tea Association of Japan 't0 establish bureaus for regulation of the !ta business here. There Is a bureau In Xew York and others will be established 'atChlcago and Montreal. The tea bureaus about the same purpose In re- I ct to tea as the vltlcultural bureaus In tha MM citic-s do In the reeulation of foreign wine trade. Mr. Mizutany one 0f the party, will be Installed In 'charge of the Chicago bureau for a pcr- Df gven years. TYPE MACHINES MUST GO. Topeka, Kan., June 2S. J. S. Parks, stnti nrlnler-eleot. announced todav that the us ot typesetting machines would V mtmlished In the state printing office with lne beginning of his administration. Tbe jiaw provides that the state printer shall receive but 10 cents per thousand ems for jmachlne work. It is claimed that at this rate a machine cannot be operated except lat a loss, and as a result they will be 'thrown out and the state will pay from 30 to 45 cents per thousand for hand com position. ANOTHER LYNCHING. Aberdeen. Miss., June 2S. A negro named Harry Gilliam was forcibly taken from the Monroe county jail last night, carried five miles from town and hung to a tree. He was charged with having robbed a white lady at Okolona on Sat urday afternoon and attempted a crim inal assault upon her. DE LOME TO BE SUCCEEDED. Havana, June 28. Senor Santos G'tzman. the leader of the uncompro nlslng Spanish party In Havana, Is reported to h.ve Informed his adherents tht Senor vJas- telar Is about to be appointed Bpanlt.h minister to Waslilngton. the position hell by De Lome. JUDGE WRIGHT'S WIDOW DEAD. Sioux City, la.. June 23. The widow cf ,Geo. Wright of the Iowa supreme bench. and one of the oldest settlers ol Iowa, died Sunday at the home of her daugh ter In this city. Her husband was one of tbe most prominent men In the state. DOUBLE TRAGEDY OCCURS IN TEXAS Augustas Garrison and Frank Joaes Tight a Du;l at Church. BOTH MEN INSTANTLY KILLED rrisk't Brother Also Mortally Voeidcd Trouble Grew Oat of raniljr Scan dal Coscerniag Girl. Dallas, Tex., June 21 One of the most sensational tragedies ever enacted In north Texas took placs In the Methodist church In Pleasant valley, Dallas county, 22 milts north of this city. In the course of the services yesterday. As a result Augustus Garrison and Frank Jones ars dead and Thomas Jones fatally woundeX The Garrison and Jones families are among the prominent planters In this sec tion. Toey own adjoining plantations and have been the best of social friends for years. Gorrtsca was a married man and bad a daughter 16 years of age named Loy. Tbe Jones brothers were single. Frank Jones for a year or more had been very partial In his attentions to Garri son's daughter. Recently the girl charge him with having seduced her under prom ise of mirrlage. Tbe matter became a neighborhood scandal In Pleasant vajley, and Garrison swore he would have the life of the betrayer of his daughter. Mutual friends succeeded In keeping tbe men apart until yesterday, which was the first meeting between them since Lie scandal took place. Tbe families worship at tbe same church. Just as the preacher had taken his text after prayer and the singing of a hymn, Garrison, who had a seat near the door, stepped to the door way It is believed to get some fresh air. as the atmosphere of tbe room was op pressive. He had no more than reached the doorway when the congregation were startled by a fusllade of pistol shots. Nearly a dozen were fired in about as many seconds time. When the firing ceased Augustus Garrison and Frank Jones were lying dead In front of the church, and Thomas Jones was stretched on the lawn near by, one hand clasped on his right thigh and In his left a pistol. His right thigh In front was shattered by a 42-callbrc bullet that bad torn Its way downward, mutilating the flesh for a distance of six Inches. His statement of the shooting was brief and In substance that he end his brother Frank were ap proaching the church door and were with in ten feet of It when Garrison appeared and Instantly drew his pistol. r His brother Frank, he said, wa bit by the first discharge, and before he could draw his weapon. Thomas drew his pistol and opened lire on Garrison In defense of his brother. Garrison, after Frank fell. oiened fire on Thomas. Frank Jones was shot three times, once In the region ot the heart in the right side and on tha head. Garrison received but one bullet and that pierced his heart Neither man lived long enough to scarcely realize his fate The parties came to Dallas to arrange for the undertaking details, to notify the sheriff and to take physicians to attend Thomas, who Is not expected to live. GHOST DANCING. Indians in Idaho Frightening the Settlers Again. Boise, Idaho, June 28. Governor Steun- enberg Is advised that 300 Indians, mostly Bannocks, with some from the Lemhi agency and some from Nevada, are ghost dancing on the Camas prairie near Hal- ley, Idaho. The settlers are greatly alarmed over their action and have ap pealed to have them removed. The gover nor has wired the Bannock agent at Ross Fork asking that the Indians be recelled. Ke has wired to the s-me effect to the interior department KILLED BY A WOMAN. Spokane, June 2S. William Perrett wa shot and fatally wounded today by Mrs. Alice Burkey, Into whose rooms he had forced an entrance. Perrett was intoxi cated and had a razor In his hand threat ening to cut out the heart of the woman. who lay !U on bed. m ' 1 . A -Z1U Absolutely Puny Celebrated for its great learenina strength and healthfulneea. Assure Cat food as-Just alum and eil r..t adulteration common to the cheap brands. ROYAL EAKINO POWDER CO- NIW YORK. HI 9 ii ,7 .