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THE ASTORIAN has the largest circulation of any paper on the Columbia River THE DAILY ASTORIAN Is the tlffffcst and best paper on the Columbia River FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT. ASTORIA, OKMiON: WKDNKSDAY MORNING, JIMS 80, 187. NO. 149. VOL. XLV1. FIREWORKS! Bombs, Firecrackers, Torpedoes, Flags, Festoon Papers, Lanterns, Balloons, Etc. The Largest Stock in the City. Wholesale and Retail. Country Orders Solicited GRIFFIN WM. GADSBY Corner Washington and First Streets PORTLAND, ORECiO pf Jppf& if liT l "-" r- 11"! E Till ulnlmitinl I'nrlor Stilt, ll pit rm, auli.l oak. or InrcU frame. ii;.liii!itTt-.l in lirlfy, with silk plu.li Uin.l.iinga, 20.00 ,1- w .-cr"'5 i p in ii ii "" Thi Cliiiiubrr Still, linrdwiHKl fiinnli in nmili', IIkIiI liinh or XVI Couturj, $12.50 : If you want a Dining Room Suit, we relYr you ti the cut in the "AHtorian" of May 30, consisting of 1 sidcltoanl, 6 chairs ami 1 six-foot extension table, nil for $ 17.50, You see you can furnish 3 rooms for 550. You will lo well, when in l'ortlanil, to call ami look through our stock of Carpets, Curtains am! everything to furnish a house. WM. GADSBY, cor. Washington UNION MEAT COMPANY Shield Brand Hams. Bacon. Strictly Pure Lard ALL KINDS OF CANNED MEATS Uuarantttd th Dot In tht Market ORNER FOURTH AND (1LISAN STREETS PORTLAND, OREOON W. F. SCHEIBE, A full Una of I'lpaa, Tobacco, and Smokera' Arllclca. 47-4 Commercial Mt. Cut! Cttt! Cut! We have postjioned tho auction sale until lae in tho Beason, and have cut tho prices OiM ALili GOODS H ' THE STORE So a to make ilium lower than any place in Astor;a. Space too small to montion price.-. Come 19 and see the Goods and Prices Everything marked in plain figures. Dry Gcods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc. RIE1)IVIAN'S 600 COMMERCIAL BT. EVERYTHING FOR THE FOURTH 6c REED and First sts., Portland, Oregon Mitnulnclurer and Uonlor In FINE CIGARS! -trirp IM'TITI H I I l V 1 I I I H 1 1.1 111 lilwl TO HIS SEAT Scniitor HonrV Kqiort to the Com mittee o Stroti Document. TII.I.M AN AVI) CM VMJl.l'K Have Lively Sct-io in (be Senile -fit wa rit a ad turi'iu Little rru ijrct on Hit Turin Kill. Wnslilimtoi, June ?tTU ri-imrt pre .iinl by Ht-u.it or Hoar In the r of II. W. Curtail, i lulmlng u 'l from or- huh l.y appointment '' 4 '" "' ha lcn printed for the u. of the com mittee. After reviewing th altuaiioi'. in il ri-iiou l.gfalaiur... the r irt ,nilMue; "ll la ili.ir, whai.-t.-r m.iy lino Im-,i. the nature of the urK.iil-itl"ti ot the I. ijllali:r, . that It, h.ol 1m- ri .lla r. 1 a il voiiii. lo an end before Mnrii I, tv.7. when lite v..i am') In I hi ultUe of aeiiator l.y l!i.' limit of tin- term !. wiii.ti.Mr illt. ll. ll ll.l.l I" .'I. -OlM- .IHil V 111 I. Ilf li.i.l luM for ix t ar. if iirr- I Any rtiolii or ii'KiifittU'-n( nr.i'li' iilt'r I h.s I I'ltir niont In' a i-li'.i' f r oini 'Inluiifit fur Iiim (lion !x yrurn 'It la 'll arttl.vl (' tr,- ) li-tli i lln'tl l.ia riti. from ilu- fonn.itlo. of thi- rniiir jl, ihit ii .iiicii a o o ruri li.s joiti-r lh'' Ixulr.iiiDM o( Hi - io iltiillon:il ti rm limy Im- illli .l l.y tlu- . KUI i'ori'. If Unit !.i. true-, ih.'y limy t r!l"l l .- '.-ti r I of a aiiiti- ilurlng u t".i of I ho l. iilalatur.'. Tin- I. Ktl 1 1 urr Ik only iintliorlti l by (lie conatltutioii to Tilt tiiuii. ii nuxhi lw ll 1 1. -1 ly tlu- fxc rullvr l.y tnn,"'.riiry api. olnlni. lit tmlll ih.' . t inn'tlntt of ihc .-nll it irr "Kii. If th- ixi'i'iitlvi- limr n. f.ttir. thr li'Klal.ltlirK llna IK) K)ir. Tli ixrrultve m.iy In fully in uk i- ii i'inn.r.iry .i.Hjlnt n nit. un.l tin- Ii gi luitirr ni vy nil tho nrancy u h.-n II na.nitl.-a. or tin- nlliri niiit r nmla vo. unl for (ln r- at ol the alx yt'iir ' It Ima l.i-n uil.l th.il 4. uncy iI mmi nut h.uH-n h-n II oiour l.y nuaon of lli. iilrnttii of .1 '.'!'. mi t.-rm, or wln-n tlir ottli f Ima tu'Vi r Ii. -11 'll.i Inil ' h.- r- p-nt hol la th it thla (MMiltlui) la not will t.ik.'il ninl aaya: WIh-ii tin' ti-rm of u r.'irntatl rxplrra muI I lie M-opl- hnv. fullI 10 i-K-rl hla invi-ror l.- foi.-h;i n-l, hi -h i-iirr.tl vrry ofli-i h. 1 11 m.ijoriiy w.-ia r-.nlri -1 fot 1111 .-l.-.-Ho.i. tn. . x.-oiitlv. li.ia nluya Ik-ik-. a writ of )"- Ion lo Oil atii-h vuiM rt'J' u ll tKH-nra. "V llilnk, tt-r.'for.'." cim.-lii.l.a tin-r.-ort, "Hint thp itoM-ruor of On-con IIH I'tltltllil to lllilk.- 11:1 .lj tin t lite III, ami Ih-il Mr i'ort..-tt la t.ntltt.tl lo ii iit." KI N IN TIIK SK'NATK. Wunliliifc'lon, Ju;h- SV AfU-r a liilloita llai UM.in of (hi- tariff LIU throughout tho Jay, th-. senate wovni.l iij with a hn If -hour of lively mal nmnaliur collu Hy hi-ttti-i-n Tillman nn.l Oh.in1lir. Tho fornnr ha-l irono-J an anx-nilnunt to the tariff I'll) proilill. $ii a limul lax on Imtnlcratit!. nnil a rest rlrt Ion ms.iln-t all Ihoi i- not ootnlnn lo tho I nt. d Stal. a to lii-.-onti- oltlx.'i-.. Tillman tnaih- an oarrit-at aiiot-i-h on the tl.-pr. ani-d conill tlon of lalH.r, but wa won illvortf.l from hla llu-nn" by Chan.lU-r. Tho Utter, a.loptli'if 11 atylo of nuM-k niv:ty, illrevt eil the tllactiaalon loward Mr. ('Ii-veliiml'a iiilminlstrallon. Thla In time hroiiKht from Tillman a i-rltU-lsin of tlu- Into firea lilent, vvhllf Chan.ller rotti-l aKniimt thi iiKaniilta on Mr. Clevilaml l.y u mem ber of hla own pally. Whoti the fun hml been fast 11 m! furloua for some time the Tillman iiliieniltii.-nta were ilefeateil, y.aa 3, noe.i 4-', the three nllliniatlve votea beln cnt by lltitler. Quay ami Tillman. PililiiK the day the senate disposed of tha lead paragraph, the committee rate of one and 11 half cent r pound on lead ore belli agreed to, ;H to 13. Tho other paragraph co:l.lered w-prc i-omparatlvely of mlivor Importnner. THE INDIAN OlTl RSAK. Trouble la I-Vare.l Krom the llaameka In Idaho. Wanhlnifton, June Zl. New of Hie out- brenk of the Indiana from tho Fort Hall rt-aorvullon cmiw today In diapatehes from llu Kovernor of Idaho. He tele- Kraphed Secretary llllsa lute last nlRht and ti)lay wired uritent meaaamw to Sen- Htor Heitfeld. Xteaara. Heltf.-l.l and Shoup Immeillivlely went to the Interior department, where they ohII.mI attention to the Munition, and the diapatehes alio were promptly forwarded to the H- i-reiary of war. Secretary Illlsa carried the tol- iKtuma to the cabinet ineetlnir. where they were dlaouaaed. A formal couiinunl eiitlon wiia nlao made to the aeeretury of war askliiu that ordeta Ii Ihsui-iI for whatever .military aaaialame may lie n.-ceaaary to aid the agent, Lli-uti-nant I-'. G. lrwI.H V. S. A., In preserving order and protectlint the Uvea and property of aeltlera iiml to return the Indians to their reservations, If they me absent t li.-ref rom n represented. The BKent was notltled to make a fur ther Immediate report. The dispatches are an follows: llolae, Idaho, Juno 2S. To the Secretary of the Interior. Washington: Three hun dred Indiana from Fort Hall are causing: mint nnxl.-ty nnm: -it Ibe a-ttbr. on Ciiii.ua I ralrl.- II Mi ajuni- lire not Mil iriedlati'ly n i ailed, tioiJl.li- will cnaiif. I HANK HTI- I KNUKKti, Jo ernor I'.iilae City. Idaho, Jumj it -To Hi-ni-lor ll'ittfeld, UitalilfiKUm: Th antl.ra fimn Chiiium rnilrlij iw-.ir llalli-y are aliirincd ou r the action of ) linn. 01 k ImlUl.a. If the aanie lire liot returnul to their reaeratlu at o.i'-e. I fenr troiiMn. Consult with Her.nior Hhoup and the vi.T ). irtmi-nl. My Informa tion la from the sla-nfT and settler. KHA.N'K 8TKI i:.;i:Km, Govt rnor. Tli.-ae Imllnns ure the o-.ea who llkund In the Jin kaon Hole affair some llrne aao ar.d hud ixven.l a'xlrnilalu-a with the set- tiers. The I'ommlaaiolt l " n-Kollat-Inn with th.-m, a well aa with some o'.hir tribes, tor III i-esalun of part of their nailVatl-.il l) Ibe irnltiil Ktutea. Tin ioiiiiiilaalo:i baa workid n.ari montlia, but the l illana Kern-rally have b. e I loiiiel l.ot lo fi.xor th- aehemc, aad tue c otm:ilflon's work, ao far ua It haa i.riMrra.il, Iiiij nol Ina-.-i hueoasf ill. The iSiinno. k r-a. nalli n la lia aled In the ai.uthiiiat coriier of Idaho, near tin Vi'y ontl if lamndary I''1' SKTTLKltH T' liitCAM.K. IloiM'. IJaliu, Jiim Informatloii louiia from Camas I'ralrle U thi iR.ct that t.'w M'tlKri tlinnt.-n to oritanie and --al ttw indium. I! tin y are nn promiitly taken rur- cf by the covi rr. mi lit Tin ' ill" l .;r .IfiK fe.ieea anl lor .II1K their llora.n I:. to the Hi lda nf ur.-un rut: xi;w Tiii-:ASfiii-;u Wualiliii.'tun. June I.llia II. Koia-rtf, of New Vork. will beeoiiH- treasurer of the l'nlle.1 Suites July 1. Secretary Oait,- hna ..(ijniliil.d u coniintaaloa to examine the bonka of the pret- :H treasurer, I). I.. MorK-in. and to cout the money l.i the vaults. Thla la an enormous undertakl."V ami will emidoy alaut ii -rina. Includ ing (X.ert couutera ami their aslhtantu, fur hIhjliI three moaths. Mewl of till time will U- take , up In couaiim: the vast stores of silver. It la estimated that tin- wper money can be counted lni.il.oui two week, and llait It will lakininrly three months 10 roiir.t the: nilWi " - - - Mr Morvan'a iK.iulstr.en will not be relieved until I he count Is concluded, and all the mo .- and lamda In his charm have lvn fully accountial for. Tlioutrh Mr. Moruan recti veil fnwn hla predei-eaaor hImiuI I7i..ii,t"', he will de Iv. r to Mr. Kola-rts alout P't'.tti,w more than that sum. COLONEL oatlLTHKK ILL The Famous Texan Suffering From a Complication of I'l?ca.es. a-ihlngton. June Colonel Tom Orlilltree of Texas.who la-came a national character a few years ago. ha Uen da: gerously til at Chamberlain's hotel In this city for three months. The serious nature of hla Illness has Just In-come known out side of his linineiilate circle of friends. For over a year he has K-cn In poor health, but for u long lime was Ignorant as to the cause. A recent examination disclosed the (act that he was affected w ith an organic disease, and several oih r atlona have been s rfornied He is now gathering strength for th llit.il opera tion, which Is to la performed this week. It is thoiiKl.t this will bring iH-rmaiunt relief. Throughout his spell of sickness Color.el Ochiltreu has borne, his suffering most bravely and his condition Is much bettor al present than It lias la-en at any time during the last twelve weeks. Colonel Ochiltree came to congress from the !xnc Star state several years ago. CONSTITUTIONAL AM E N 1 M 1 ". N T. Washington, June :H Hepresentatlvc Crumiucker ot Indiana has introduced a resolution for a co.iMltutlonal amend mt.nt, providing that horeafter no nou- contiguous territory ahull be annexed to the I'nitcd States except la pursuance of a treaty negotiated by the president, con curred In by two-thirds of the houses of congres and nitltled by the legislatures of three-fourths of the states, and no con tiguous territory except by treaty con curred In by two-thirds of each house, the vote of concurrence nt to be taken into the house of representatives until two years have elapsed from the time of taking the vote In the senate. 11EHRINO SEA Ql'ESTlON. New York, Juno The Herald's Washington eorrcSKndcMit says. The administration has determined to solve the Hehnng Sea (piestlon by brand ing all the seal pups found on l'ribylov Islands this season. Instructions to this effect have been transmitted to I'rof. Pavld Starr Jordan, the seal expert, who will leave San Francisco July S for Ueh ring Sea. I'rof. Jordan will be accom panied by several students of Stanford university who will assist him In brand ing seal pups In such a, way as to dcsircy the commercial value of the skins He will also be aided by Sx-ei.it Inspector M array HIS DAYS Xl'MHl-T.KP. New York, June "Old Unas" Hoey Is reortel to be very weak. He was still delirious and he refuses to eat. His friends fear thnt he can live only a short time longer. SILVER TO BE REHABILITATED Enyliind to Act with the lolted State and Prance. INDIAN MINTS TO HE OI'ENED Huh tbc Nt has Kcceitcd i. Washiagtol - Tie rretiidot d Secretary Cajie DoaMtal ibo.t the Story. London, June a. The next Isaue of the National It. view- will contain an article .innounclmt an Important bimetallic de velopment at the hands of the t'mud State monetary commission, which will urrive litre l.i a li-w days. The coin miaalon, accordliiK to the Natlo.-.ul Ite vlew. will jrcaeul lo the lrltlh govern ment a Joint statement from France and the I'tilleJ. States ibflarlnir their Inten tion of remedying the disastrous experi ences 1 ujRiiraud In 173 and claiming its good will a;.d active concurrence. The National I lev lew adds: "We art aid- lo a.-riounce thai linxland's reply will U- that the government la wllllnt; to re-optn the Indian mLJts to make 'a further sulwtantul contrtbutlon to the rehabilitation of silver by extending I: use In lowland aad by Increasing the liK.il tender of allver. niakl sliver the ba.-la of notes. rfiiow-erlrig the biuik of K.idnnd to use Its silver reserve ar.d that material assistance and strong mor al support will Ik- glve.'i to the object that the I nlted States and France hi.ve In lew." WASHINUToN COMMENTS Washington. June . A cablegram from London today giving the substance of an article to appear In the Natloiuil Kevlew. to the t fTect that the C-lted Slates monetary commission, of which Senator Wolcott Is the head, had met with gratifying success 7n France and suiting positively that Englar.d will re (lie:: it Indian mints and otherwise contribute to the extended use of sliver was read with Intercut by the govern ment ofhclals. They had known that tin- commission was very cordially re ceived In France In that the commis sioners were greatly encouraged by u strong and apparently Increasing sliver s. ititne..t In that country, as the presi dent not long since received a letter lrom Senator Wolcott to this effect. The statement tl.at England Is ready to Join In the movement to the extent of oper.-Iiit- her Indian ml .ta Is received with many doubts. A copy of the cablegram was shown to the president and Secre tary Gage, but neither of them cartd to exprtss an opinion on It, beyond the statement that they feared the article was overdrawn. KXCJTEMENT KI.NS HIGH. Cabinet of Venezuela Resigns and Crisis Created. New York. June .-A dlsimtch to the Journal and Advertiser from Caracas says; The resignation of the cabinet created a crisis not only In the administration of the governme.'t. but also among the peo ple. Excitement runs high, the sensa tional aetloa of the ministry, which was. however, not wholly unexinx-ted, being the lKiramount topic of discussion In the crowded cafes aad clubs. President Creso w as unable to harmo i ise the dlfferwuMn in his olliclal family over the Ixiutulury arbitration treaty. The cabinet contended that the provisions of thnt agreement Ignored tlie sovereignly of Venezuela In stipulating that Great Mrltain- and the United States only, and not Venezuela also, name the members of the tribunal of arbitration, having con tinued Implacable. WILL COUNT THE TRaVPS. Uiporte. lnd., June Statistician Con nor has directed the authorities of every town, city and village throughout the state to take a census of the trumps with in the limits of Its Jurisdiction. The plan Is lo Issue a secret order. a:.d on the night named every ttUiol will be enlisted In the work of rounding up the tramps at the jails and listing their names, place of res idence, age and occupation, If any. A similar plan will be carried out in adja cent state, tho purpose being to secure an accurate count of the number of nom ads, with the ultimate purixwe in view of dealing with the tramp problem. TACOMA HANK FAILS. Bought too Many City Warra-ats, Which the Court Says Are Illegal. Tacoma, Juno 29. (Siecial to the As torlan ) The Union Savings Bank & Trust Co. dosed Its doors this morning, a M several hour later went Into the hands of receivers, as a direct result of the recent supreme court (let isltm deeld- lnt a large amount of city warrants to lie Illegal. The laink was organized in February, 1S!U, with the late General J. W. Spnufue as president Chester Thorne Is vice president and A. R. Nlcol cashier. The capital stock Is $liD.0(. The local de posits are small, the bank having been err gaged chlifly In the purchase of se rurltbs fof cities, counties, towns al aeh'Ml dlatrtc-ts through the Xorthwctt. It owns l..'n1 of Tacoma geoeral fund i warrant and ll,fi of city hall fund 'warrants, the validity of which Is thrown (into rpiestlon by the supreme court t'e jcUion banded down Friday. These war rants were purchased at pur for ensh I through City Treasurer George Bogga, who took th ba. .k's money, paid the city employe, to whom the warrants I were laa-jed, stamped the warrants not Ipald for lark of funds, and turned them over to the bank. Tlx- bunk will now ask for a rehearing In the supreme court, and will also sue the city for the moneys had a-al received. MXEAN MEN WIN. Carried the Twonty-Ow Congreaioral District la Ohio. j Columbus. O., June Zi The It Lean men carried all of the twenty-one con Igresaional districts by large majorities I for the members of the state central 'committee and for all other committees. jThe committee on resolutions Is com- posed of radical silver men, with the ex ceptions of ex-Governor J. E. Camibell, ex-S-.iitor F. M. Marriott. W. P. Hack ney and Carl Natl, who are classed as conservative silver men. The members of the state central committee chosen are classed as silver men and favor McLean for senator, with possibly two exceptions. Oent-ral Warner, president of the tvt- Monal bimetallic league, arjtl one of the sliver advocates in c oratress, wa mwl prominently mentioned as a dark horse for govtrnor tonight. LIG FIRE IN 'FRISCO. Ocear.ic Steamer Whurf and Two Ships Uurned. 6an Francisco. June 2S. A disa-atrous fire occurred on the water front this afternoon. While laying a block pave ment upon the new Folsom street wharf, occupied by the Oceanic Steamship Com pany and recently constructed at a coet of t"".'.'J. some workmen upset a pot of boiling tar and In a few minute, the whole wharf was In Names. The Com modore, lying at the wharf, was consid erably damaged before site could be tow ed Into the bay. The schooner Katie Mack burned to the water's edge. The damage will reach MO.Ouo. of which 3.u will fall oi the-iate for the wharf, I.-. 'Mi on the Commodore, and the balance on the Katie Mack. HOSE CAPTURED. I Puebla. Col., June 29 Theodore nose, jwho Is under sentence at Glasgow. Mo., I for tea years for killing Charles Wells in an election riot at that place last No vember, waa captured by Pueblo police at the Fifth Avenue hotel last night after an exchange of shots, during which Rose received a tlcsh wou.a! in his left arm. The oflictrs were unhurt. He was lo cated In the room of Mrs. Nellie Fuller and tired when told to surrender. He dug his way out of Glasgow Jail June It and came here June Z2. and has been harbored by his sister, a Mrs. McBroom. CONSTABLE KILLED. Cripple Creek. Col , June . Constable Michael Hayes was shot and killed from , ambush by Charles E. Nickel! at the lat ter' ranch yesterday, two miles below the Beaver Park mill and about live miles out of this city. The victim was ridJied with buckshot, and died almost liuttantly. Hayes was approaching the premises w ith a writ of execution from Judge Calder wood's court against a bunch of cattle belongI:.K to Nickel!. After the shooting jNlckell delivered himself up at Colorado Springs. BICYCLE WAR. Portland. June 29. A circular was re ceived by a branch bicycle house here today from the general office of oi.e of the leading bicycle manufactories In the East, stating that on ar.d after July 1 bicycles which have heretofore sold for $100 would lie reduced to $71 A corre sponding reduction will be made In lower grade wheels. It Is believed that this is the beginning of a bicycle war which will involve all the big concerns of the country. BIU RAILROAD PEAK St. Louis, June 2. It is probable that the deal for the purchase of the Missouri railroad lines by Edward WhlUiker. C. D. McClure and other St. Louis financiers, which was consummated a week ago through the payment of ti777.ta.iO. the llrst half of the purchase price, may prove to be the entering wedge whereby a power ful syndicate will outer and get control of tho railways of this city. NOT AS EXPECTED. Portland, June '. The meeting of the regents of the state university tonight was harmonious, nnd all the teachers igalnst whom charges were filed were re-elected. Prof. E. B. McElroy was elected to the clviir, which was created. Prof. Geo. Lllley, formerly of Pullman, Wash., was elected to the chair ol mathematics. GERSOM DEAD. New York, June 29. Henry Gersom, a well-known Jewish scholar, rabbi and writer, Is dead at his home In this city, nged 51 years. He was an accomplished linguist and wrote many articles on the Jews In Russia. He formerly was at the head of congregations in Atlanta and Chicago. CRISIS AT HAP Weyler has Ordered 60,000 More Troops from Spain. PITCHED BATTLE EXPECTED If Garcia It Defeated Veyler will rroctala Ce.eral affl.esty if Kelased Vir ot Exteraiil.tiol will Ersae. New York, June 23. A dispatch to th. Jour.-Jii and Advertiser from Havana says: General Weyler will require at least CO.. ijO more troop to conquer the eaaiern province nnd hold them for Spain. Col one! Ganimendl. a member of Weyler'. general staff, and private secretary to th. commafKkrr-in-chief, will go to MadMd this week, the bearer of confidential dis patches to Premier Canovaa and the 8ti.iah war department. In which the demand to made for SO.MiO additional re cruits. All regular troops that can be spared from Pinar del Rio, the western trocha, Havana. Matanzas aid Santa Clara dis tricts are being concentrated at Sanctl Spirltus. where Weyler hus directed tha Immediate organization of fourteen col um..s. at the head of which he will try to drive Gomez across the new trocha and invade Puerto Prtnclia; province, where Calixto Garcia' force, are now said to be massing. Weyler expect, a great pitched battle when he meets Garcia, the , result of which may be the turning point in the war. Should Weyler's army meet with de feat, Spain will then be ready to listen to President McKl.Jey'. offers of Interven tion. If Spain wins, and Garcia be rout- jed; Weyler will assume a magnanimous role, proclaim general amnesty and offer the Cubans complete autonomy and full personal and political guarantee, usder the Spanish flag. Should tbee overture, be refused, it is predicted that the war of extermination, with all It horrors, will be waged to the bitter end. . El Commercial warns the gov'crnment that agents of the American sugar trust are now in Cuba, buying up all the best plantations, ar.d urges Weyler to prevent oy special decree foreigners from buying or holding real estate hers In future. A syndicate of New York men U .aid to have representatives in Pinar del Pdo pur chasing tobacco estates, with a view to controlling the leaf market. Acting on the British ca. buI's advice, Misa Wllberforce. the English Red Cross representative, has abandoned her original plan ami decided not to attempt to reach the Cuban lines. She will confine her work to the government hospitals la tho cities and towns. A Manzanillo dispatch reports Cuban Chief Jesus Rabl dead. SULLIVAN BREAKS AWAT. New York. June 25. The Journal and Advertiser announces that John L. Sul livan has broken away from all tralidng rules. Says the Journal and Advertiser: Sullivan got away from Billy Muldoon while they were taking a walk through the streets of White Plains Sunday night. and when his trainer found him again he had consumed so much liquor that ha had bee.v put to bed. Muldoon had him later driven: to the training quarle. Neither of them will speak of the matter. WAR ON THE UNITED STATES. New York, June 29. A dispatch to the Herald from Madrid says: On account of Senor Sllva's recent bel licose speech and constant news of Span ish defeats from Havana province, a feel ing Is reviving here la favor of war with the United States. Several newspaper, publish exciting edltorals against th. Unted States. THE MARKETS. San Francisco, June 29. Hops S and 12c. Liverpool. June 29. Wheat Steady: No. 1 standard California, or Portland, Or., June 29. Wheat Walla. Walla. t"i and fisc; Valley, 69c. mmm Absolutely Pure Celebrated for it. great leavening strength and healthfulneo). Assure. ih food against alunv a.nd alt form, of adulteration common to tha cheap brand. ROTAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK. K ill SjyPjrwa ; . vf-f.c" ... - v'-V-l JU. ! ill Mfiw- V