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A8TOU1A, . OREGON, HKUXESDAY .MORNING. 8E1TOBEK 27. JSftft
Uteri -aT ii .
VII II II II till II I I II II II
Wc ore the selling agents in Astoria for the
i'rkcs from $23.00 to $50.00. Every Knmjt Guanotccd.
Eclipse Hardware Co,
Also sole aneats for the Celebrated Superior Stove and Ranges and Cole's
Here Is a List
Ol some High Grade Goods at moderate pikes
RALSTON HEALTH fOullS la great tartcti
ROSS, HIGGINS CO
TO THE LADIES
Solid for llhifHrstod C'ntnlogue of
To Out of-Town Propl: For fun orrloth wt My writ, to us.
W. will mod good on approval Mid pay cxpivss one way,
Will glv. yon (all dolttlli m to style and price. In (sot wo
want your trmlo. Highest prir. pnld lor taw (ura.
The Silverfield Fur Manufacturing Co.
383-2HS Morrison St.. near 4th.
Top Floor Washington Building
..Largest and Best Equipped Offices in the Northwest..
II'M HI 11 mHtHMMHmMH t
Best Work '
at our prices
because we haye
dental work in
411 1 H till II I 111 'MiMtWMiiMiMU U JM I
III I Mil
Take Elevator on Wellington Street Near Fcutth, and
Dental Parlors, Top Floor.
'Phone Oregon, Brown 493. Columbia, 569,
New Crape and
Waterman Fountain Pens
' Hox.Decoroted Iaper
fresb from the mills.
AROMATIC SI'ICCS gaaraateH the flaest.
TILLMAXS S I'tRC EXTRACTS.
CHASE ft SAXBORVS COrrEES -arr'ui-rivalled.
Toflcther with a host of other
PURS AND CLOAKS
TAILOR MADE SUITS
Best Crowt and Bridge Work u 4ft
23 kitrut gold per tooth ;.. V
Set teeth, fully guar'td rufcter.$5.00
test Gold ailn? $1.00 up
Best Alloy Filling ...50c up
Teeth extracted without pain 50c
II Ml M HI 1 1 M I III. Ill 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I M ..III I H I M 1 1 1 IM M u
DEWEY SAILS INTO
NEW YOK HABOR
The Manila Hero Arrives Two Days Ahead of
Time Off Sandy Hook and Comes j
IS MIGHTY GLAD
Says It Almost Saddens Him to Know the Reception That
k I1Im a A hrf Af 4a Da Cifta D,41ia
nn.iuuiui sv i uivu iv uv s wimvi iwiiibi
NEW tOKK. Hpt. K.-Adintinl Geo. clear Drome, bit hasel eye. bright, bis contact with us a. to learn that w. Hall,
p-nry arrived off New York at dawn rlng brisk and rather Jaunty. Bom. mean to treat them well where they The Bandy Hook steamer Monmouth
oVp line. atr under hi. eye. and have seen that we mean what we say,' passed the Olympla early this morning,
snd th OlympU I now anchored In h m(ulh( but Bl, voice is sing- there Is no trouble. They stand by and those on board of her were the first
Ainerlc.w wa'.-ra In the light of Bandy ulary clear and pleasant. The ad- us all the time. All of them will karn; to see Dewey. One of the Monmouth's
Hunk. . 1 mlral's whole presence Is more of a this In time. They will get from under passengers said;. "We saw Admiral
The nrxt shout of welcome was from' man In his fullest powers. His manner, the Influence of Auglnaldo, or rather' Dewey quite plainly. He stood alone on
lh Pilots and crew of pilot boat No ' ,"Ue and Uni but ne ' fxcdln- tho- Pt,le who i" Agulnldo, the quarter deck of the warship. Kf
7, mile, south of the Hook lightship! nd did not permit himself to whoas I said before, is a mere tool ' teen feet behind him stood eight of bis
,. rf , ', wander oft into politics or to eKpress "Do I think the Filipinos are nt for officer, in uniform. The admiral alone,
U'hted the oiyn.DU in the llrt light lno Posttlv. vHr be no doubt hold, self government? Well, no. not Just of all the men on board the ship ack
, , ,M , about the Philippine, and American af- now. They pr'jabi will be iu a lit-; nowledged the cheers of the passengers
Fort Han.-o.-k let loo. 17 gun. The
fhiashlp ivt.ll.-d with 'I and let go
.. . ... , , ,h.
cud .-hallenaer Blum rock Is moored,
The Admiral was i hi. won country -elf government. for .t-gonm-nt ,u ye,, uut, o her mm wa. eamea w.tn a rusty
again after 13 month.' ah-nce. He was "I cannot stand for any interview, when I say that I must add at he .treak.
re,u,ned'gr.at with , he arduous great- -vin. my oplnloason poUtIca, .ub- ;
n. ,,t iliinita itoi" an t he scarce y
. i. Th oiiot hnd
brought aboard the Sunday paper.
..j - .. ,k. ...,i pnu1
reived by the admiral in a
enbin littered by the Illustrated Dewey
dliloM which together made hundreds'
" ,B wvlr srfl white and in col-
or. all concerning the great admiral
snd the preiMtratlons to receive him.
"It slmost saddens me." said he, "to
m ht m iteoole are doing for me.
nd eratldratlon Is immense
. . -
Ai-fl f rinnul evmviut the appreciation t
fl I dl.l not know. I did not really
u.. ..n.n .hi. morning, the splen-
..i ,v-in.. th.t mv cuntrvmen are
. . ,nv
:.L.nre eomln. to serine and trvh-p.
frn Florida, tieonrta and other far
awoi tt.-s are on their way to take
rirt In receiving me"
rh. Admir.1 .tmke.l the hend of the
.11 fcS n!w dog of Chin-
..... ... -
. - . . 1 iL.t an.MMkr
... . ,.. i
hi, h said "Is not well. H.'
"!.'." .Zl. .1.. i. .Irk to get
w . .
Wee a gl dHU thaMW mt I
l ilrtw .ltd to get honie. It U
! r. If. L"i. msn w mor,. th.n a
,w ,o il on shlt.bo.trd for 23 month.."
. ,i he felt tire.1 but he
.,Th:"J. J. " ttu en nn et on to .
uui - -
the old dread.
only the most
1 1 II. IN I
ask for the Portland
TO GET HOME.
fairs there. His attention was brought
to Interview. In which be Is described
as going rather- fully Into the affairs
of the Filipinos and their capacity for
Jects snu ine i niuppiHes. i oiwuu oj
views ascribed to me on these .un -
"I am sorry th U I am ahead of ached
uniform rat. lot 10 mile, an hour
.Inc. left OralUr. Bev.ral day. "P 'JLZl 71.'
sgt we knt ww4 kould arrive before! K Wae suggested tO-1tnrtmrmM that
Thursday unless w. moderated our," udm0;ra'lJ 'elate ,ha beeB ule1
speed or went somewhere out or our
course. Captain Lambertou. Lleuten-
ant Crumby and I held a consultation,
xne propriety or running into nampion
. .i . .... o-...v
tom or mine wnw pun in ure ournu
was spoken of but we concluded that
we ought not to touch land first any-
where except at New York. It was sug-
ironieil that w cruise some dTstance
outside of New York harbor until
Thursday, but we knew that If we did
we would be discovered and reported.
The weather looked a little squally and
It seemed better to be Inside the Hook
than outside. But the consideration
mat rt-auy aeciuea ue 10 cvme uiio
nort u' to irive Carttaln Lamherton a
chance to clean up ship before our voy.;
age up the harbor. Captain Lamberton
n.t i . rv nmud of the oivmnla
and we want enough time at our an-
chorage to rub her down and to make
her look spick and span."
. The Olympla looks as smart now as a
yacht. The anchors were hardly down
before the detail, of the crew were
...i,i .h. .hi.,. wM. n
touching up the stains with paint
Th nrlmlrs.1 had a succeuion of
notable caller this afternoon among'
K them Sir Thomas Upton and Rear mtrw mat nis son was reporieu to . Vlew on account of his unexpected ar
B Admiral Sampson. . made a statement to the effect that his riva, MoK ,he day for h,s
3 1 As Sir Thomas and his friends left father was a dyed-ln-the-wool republl-; Uon AdmlraJ pmnlps ,t as nls
k the Olympiu a half hundred of the bhlps can. The admiral laughed outright and oplnll)n that tnepe wl no chailge ln
crew forward cheered the baronet.
"You could not stop 'em" cried out
Admiral Dewey." waving his hand ot
Fir Thomas Llpton. "They had not
any orders to do that."
The admiral returned Sir Thomas
Llpton'a visit. IJeutenant Prumbay, HE ARRIVED UNEXPECTEDLY. ' ephoned each member of the reception
and the admiral', son, George O. Dew-1 ' ' committee to meet In the council chant
ey, were with him. Sir Thomas met the NEW YORK, Sept. 26. Much to the ber at 2:30 o'clock to arrange for a re
admiral at the starboard gangway with surprise of every one ln this city the ceptlon to Dewey later In the day. The
his friends and the entire party Tent Olympla, with Admiral Dewey on legislative committee which had In
to the after cnbln where the health of, board, arrived off Sandy Hook lightship charge the arrangements for the state's
the admiral, the Shamrock, and, of at 5:55 this morning. The Olympla part in the Dewey celebration met this
course, the Columbia, were drunk amid sailed from Gibraltar September 10th. morning and completed; arrangements,
enthusiasm. .There was a heavy mist on the sea,. The state department will be in the
I The admiral remained on board for
nearly half an hour and then started
for the ship. Tha Erin's crew began
in rhoi in,l ar hi launch drew i.vir.
.h n.i .hin. nnmnnnw of iii nt.
fleers, crew, and servants, led by Sir
Thomas, with a hlp-hlp-hlp, gave three and as passing vessels recognized the legislature, assembly judges of the
honest cheers. , flagship from Manila bay, there was a court of appeals and the supreme court,
i Admiral Dewey waved his gold braid- continuous blowing of whistles ln New York members of congress, heads
ed oap like a schoolboy as he stood on salute. ! of the state department and deputies
tho rati of his little white canopied One of the irst large vessels to sight and other state offlcers, and the demo
launch, being given a hearty welcome the Olympla was the passenger steam- cratlc and republican state commit
In his own home waters by hundreds er Sandy Hook, of the Sandy Hook line, ' tees.
1 of foreigners. Admiral Dewey's pur-, which left Atlantic Highlands shortly Soon after noon a health officer left
' poses, unless his plan, will be changed
; by the reoep'.Ion committee, Is to bring
i the Olympla up to the lower bay and
! anchor Inside tho harbor with the,
' squadron of United States warships off
' Tonipklnvllle, of which squadron he Is'
I now In superior command. I
NEW YORK. Sept. 26,-The Evening
Post prints an interview with Ad -
mlral Dewey. Speaking of the Flllpl -
nos. tha admiral said, that General
Luna was the best man they had.
"It was a plot to assassinate him,"
he said. "A crack swordsman was plac-
e1 m .entry and when Luna appeared
he .imply nabbed him. But these lei -
low. all." ald th. admiral, "ara a queer
lot. Tbey were .Imply servants and
stablemen and Agulnaldo wm Junior
clerk In th. navy yard. He In a pretty
.mart fellow. I know him pretty well,
In tact we were great rrtends, and
are now or that niajtrr hut h-
not nrain. mere ara people behind crew wore put to work Immediately
him, some -of tbem lawyer and able . cleaning .hip. Many .mail versels be
fellowa who mae a tool or Aguinaldo. gan .ailing around the ttagxhlp and the
. "I thought" said the admiral, "that number was augmented c-wietantly,
this thing In the Philippines would be The admiral's early arrival wa. a
over long before this, as it should bar. matter of great concern to th. city au
been. I cannot Imagine how they have thorltiee, who ere arranging for New
stood out until now. Of course there York' official welcome. The secretary
I was a rainy season and I suppooe little
j was done. One great trouble out there
lifas been that General Otis baa tried
j to do too much. I told him so. U.
I wants to be general, governor. Judge
and everything els to have bold of all
reins. No man can do that. This Is
th. great trouble. It la enough fur a
. man to do one thing, to be one thing,
but when a man tries to do everything
and be everything it is easy to imagine
"The fight In the Philippines should.
be easltly ended. The people have
been so badly treated for such a length
. or time by the Spaniards that they are
, distrustful. This is the great difficulty
In dealing with tbem. Where we have
I met then, and they hare been In such
Ue time. Tb-y are a very queer peo-
pie-very nuer mixture. Many of
them are quite civilised and good
PopK but I do not think they are,
Thl th 1.1k lie-t. r it-m.!. than
the Cubans In every way. I do wish.
f"'ea.a L a
nd Gera Wheeler for the vlce - pres -
"wail" aiii om Hum m -w wnnin
mak' a Drettv mess ot 1L
- " ,
- neeier d course, naa nao.
some training m ine po. ..ca. an
DUt tl,en "e ' Pointer, l naa
forgotten mat. Jie woutt want to run
everything as he would a regiment snd,
01 coune- wou,a maKe a "i"'u'a
ol ou canno1 ru" Jcr,"wul
as yu woula regiment.
"WelI admiral." suggested the re-
porter, "it would not be such a change
from tne ariin uivmDia to tne snio oi
"Yes," said the admiral, "it would be
very grat change. I am not a poll-
tlcian. I am a sailor. My training naa
been a 1 that way. I am home on board,
" ' "y busine., or at
, eat should know ,t. and I do not want.
P ;ne T
m penwtiy w ... -(
1Pe "llor who trie, to do hto'
duty. I am not a poillician. i cannot
...... T ..l.t. T .mil.. v.i,
, mttR spcecn, eu i
nave to oe content un tuy ioi.
Some one said Just then to the ad-
, turning around pointed to a piece
wooJ la'll, on ne dtfok at the same
,lme ylng: "My son knows as much
what m" Politic, as that piece of
ana at first tne marine observers were
Inclined the vessel sighted might be the
Chicago. Rear Admiral Howlson'a flag-
shtD. hardly believing that Dewey would
arrive two dm ahed of time. The
doubt was soon cleared away, however,
after 7 o'clock, for her New York dock,
just as she got well under way, a war
vessel was seen through the fog and'
the passengers and crew, headed by the
Sandy Hook's captain, gathered at tha
rail to read the newcomer's name. To
get near enough to dJ this the Sandy
Hook changed her course mid headed
1 ,4lrm,l ?r ,hA Alirmnl-i hlnwlnff her
ln &g m jq
; soon tne name wa3 maae out the
i Sandy Hook's passengers cheered with
all their might, and ln a few moments
an answering cheer came over the
water from the warship's sailors, many
of whom were gathered on deck.
;. Th. flagship cun. up to th. lower hay
, and anchored Inside Bandy Hook, .a
won a. the anchor wa dropped, an,Cunard liner Auranla.
orderoly wa. ant ashore with dla- I Just after the Auranla passed, a
patches (mm the admiral and other ! launch from the Erin, with Sir Thomas
ottlcere. He laid that the chip had
had a pleusant trip acrow the At-
lantlc, and all on board were well and
aA In U hmni. arain Th. fll.mrj.'.
of the reception committee went to the
City Hall early, and at once issued
call for a meeting of the committee. j
Secretary Foster said be could not!
forecast the oommlttee's action, but
thought it probable that It would go
down to the Olympla this afternoon and
meet the admiral. -
Mayor Van Wyck hurried to bis office,
where he found the following telegram:
"Glyrnpla arrived this morning. Will
go to Tompklosvtlle tomorrow.
The mayor authorised calling togeth-
er of all of the city's committees, and
telegrams were sent out calling on
member, of the plan and scope commit-
tee, and various other committee, to
meet as quickly as possible at the City
and crew of the Monmouth. He raised
ho hat, continually bowing and smiling.
The ship looked In Bne, trim condition
after her long voyage, but the exterior
auMiKAua balutis ruicu.
Seventeen Oun, Heard Again in New
York Harbor. .
NEW YORK. Sept. JS-Today for the
Uln WW d.wir.!'.
w,th the olympla
passed, coming in. When the Olympla
. reaches the upper bay Admiral Dew-
1 wl flnd that the qUarantie Bta.
i ton l8 decorated with 1500 red, white
ana oiue eiectnc ngnts. un ine terrace
I .... .!. .
are lenera moe im oiga bociiiub nci-
; When the arrival of the Cl-mpla was
ma(1e kni)vn ,mg mcrnng the WpP.
e(,mmltttfe immedlatelv communl
' Mted wUh Rear Admlral Phllllp8t at
Brooklyn navy yard, and requested
Mm to have all mall which wa. waiting
i crew and offlcers of the Olympla
to tbtii vessel Admiral rhll-
AetMei Lleutenant y. nep-
t ......j--,. .j .....v.j
, oew ot me Kumuiu, iuui iuuu;uvi ui me
' receiving ship Vermont, to go upon the
nayy yard tug Traffle, and proceed to
Rook tQ admlrtlK The
.,,, WMu ,hB ., ,hA xranna
medal3 for omcra and creWi Mi
gerv!ce offl ted
hleI(1 for th tle.hlp.
Admlral Sampson, upon receiving the
0 Tompklnsvlllei detalled hls
V' Ol aiUlL, VUAU, IIB, ..
. N y . to down to Sand3J
. , .,mlr., rw-v ,j -nnf.
w,(h fc,m M t0 whflt p,ans he had ,n
the original plana for the naval parade.
or ,tg attending ceremonies. After
many confl.rence3 betu-een different
n,embera 0f the "plan and scope" corn-
mittee In the city hall, President Gug-
' genhelmer, of the munlclpftl council, tel.
naval parade on the state steamer Mon.
mouth. The boat will carry 1500 peo-
pie including the governor and staff,
iTnlud SmtP nanr nf tha state.
nto r.r tha tnt mutttia d
part of his staff, members of the state
quarantine on a tug to board and in
spect tne wiympi.
Many vessels put-
Makes the food more
ting to Ma steered cIom to th Hug
ship and aaluted. Among them wm th.
Upton on baud, went alongside th.
Olympla, and the dispatch boat Dolphin
with Rear Admlral Sampson, or his
representative on board hailed Dewey',
ship shortly after 11 o'clock and fired
the admiral's salute of 17 guns. By
noon many tugs and launches were
around th. Olympla.
Borne of the crew of the Olympla who
came ashore at Bandy Hook asked:
"How Is Teddy Roosevelt T' and on be
ing Informed that be was in good health
they expressed their satlsficaUon. The
crew spoke In the highest terms of th.
admiral and said he wa. very kind to
Dewey slept resUeuly last night, snd
at t o'clock this morning his servant
told him that the lights of Jersey coast
were In sight. The admiral got up and
looked through a pott at the rays of
brightness, hi. first view In S3 months
of American shore.. The Olympla
slowed np to one-quarter speed, and at
dawp. a pilot was spoken and put
aboard. The Sagshlp dropped anchor
inside of Bandy Hook a bent half past
seven, within 200 yards of the ship
channel, and not far from the moring
ot the Shamrock and other craft of Sir
Thomas Upton's squadron.
WASHINGTON. Sept . A dispatch
from Manila to the war department
states that General Snyder attacked
the position of the Insurgents five miles
west of Cebu and destroyed seven forts
and quite a number of smooth-bore
cannon. The Insurgent, were utterly
routed, and Genera! Snyder returned
with his force to Cebu. The Tennessee
regiment wa. already aboard the trans
port to eome home, but disembarked
to take part In the engagement. Our
loss wa. one killed and four wounded.
The enemy's loss is estimated at 40.
Following la the text of General Otis'
"Manila. Sept. 21 Adjutant-General,
Washington On September tt and 21
Snyder attacked a strong Insurgent po
sition about five mile, west of Cebu
with 263 officers and men, the Tennes
see regiment and 51T offlcers and men
of the Twenty-third infantry and the
Sixth artillery, driving the enemy from
the works and capturing seven forts,
including a smooth-bre cannon mount
ed therein, and 14 entrenched and forti
"Our loss was private William M.
Hanley, of company A, Sixth Infantry,
killed, and four wounded. The en
emy's loss is stated at 40.
"The ..insurgents retreated to new
fortifications far to the southwest.
'Snyder returned to. Cebu with th.
Tennessee troops, who had disembark
ed from the transport Indiana to par
ticipate In the acUoo. Two companies
of the Nineteenth Infantry hold an Im
portant position ln the mountains.
WALLA WALLA FRUIT FAIR. '
WALIA WALLA. Sept. 26.-The
third session of the Walla Walla valley
fruit fair opened this afternoon. The
pavilllon. 180 feet square, was alive
with people. Wagner's first regiment
band, from Seattle, called a mass of
spectators together before the grand
stand with a new march for the oc
casion, "Th2 Washington Volunteer."
Mayor Jacob Betz delivered the ad
dress of welcome, and Dr. N. G. Bla
lock, a pioneer of extensive fruit cul
ture in the Northwest, stated tha
real objects of the fair were to encour
age Intelligent fruit culture and. pro
mote social Intercourse among the peo
ple. WILL VISIT THE WEST.
Th9 President and Mrs. McKlnley to
Start October 4.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 26.-President
McKlnley today decided to leave on hla
Western trip October 4. The president
will be accompanied by Mrs. McKln
ley and members of the cabinet.
They will leave here October 4, thd
I morning after the Ddwey dinner at thai
nue House, sum iu ocr gunc aovuy
two weeks. They go first to Galea
burg, 111., thence to Chicago, and on tJ
St. Paul, Sioux City and Aberdeen,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box, 25c.
delicious and wholesoma
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