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MORNING AST0&1AN WKtlE3UAl , OCTOBEK is, 1899.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
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TO KKADEKS.-lh. "MUl Atturlu."
Mtalu Iwlca u alack rreulag aaatirr M
ay ather paper pabllsh.4 la AUuria. It
, U the aaly paper thai arawuu It raailan
with a dally telegraphic rMrt.
TO ADVERTISKKil. -Thv -Uallj A..
torl" bu aiora thaalalcaaam u.y read
ers aa aay etaer paper published la Aata
rla. II la tharefura wura laaa twlee aa
rateable aa aa eortlilar atodlan.
porta of Puget sound in bond to tbe
Portland custom house. Yet the
Columbia river has been called tor half
a century, as It Is, the natural gateway
of the American continent to the
Orient. Volt's a chant of Oregon's
seaport from a point over 100 miles up
a croaked and changeable river Is soon
made to the deep and commodious har
bor at the mouth of the Columbia river.
even the grain trade of Portland will
President Hill of tne Great Northern
railway says even the (rein oarrlers of
the near future must be steamers of
12,000 and 14.000 tons. Such ships, of
oourse, cannot and will not attempt to
go to Portland, but before their day,
unlets a chant of seaport Is made In
Oregon, the lines of trade and com
merce will have become so (Irmly to
Seattle and San Francisco that Oregon
will forever cease to figure as a stats
of any maritime importance.
Warner's Safe Cure is the
only remedy of the present day,
which sufferers from kidney
trouble, men, women or chil
dren, can take with positive
certainty that they will be re
lieved and cured.
WHO WAS HE?
Ronald McDonald of Astoria the Sub
ject of Historical Inquiry.
In yesterday's Oregonlan
the following letter:
PORTLAND, Oct. 11 To the Edi
tor.) In Mr. Griffls' recently published
volume, "America In the East." page
noapuai at Vancouver barracks was
abundantly able for the present need.
The pstrtl hospital at the Preeido, he
explained, was a new structure, sup
plied with all modern appliances, and as
all returning troops, on sick letive or
otherwise, passed through San Fran
Cisco, there could be no possible neoea
atty at present for the additional hos
pltal service at Vancouver barracks.
PLENTY OF WIND
A Gentleman of Leisure In the Land of
The Shamrock's Misfortune
(Contlaued from First Pace.)
VERSAILLES. Ky.. Oct. 17.-Th
1(7, It Is ststed that Ronald Macdonald. Bryan party left Louisville this morn-
of Astoria, Ore., was one of the IS sail- ig ,d Droceeded to Frankfort vhr
or. rescued by Commander Glynn from brtakft WM haJ B A w
captivity at Nagasaki. This Incident ' ...
occurred In April 1847. Mr. OrilTi, fur- ,h' oper hou"- mkln '""owing
ther states that Macdonald was born1 wefram tne basis of his remarks:
A CRISIS IN THE HISTORY OF
There never was a time In the history
of Oregon when the united effort of
Us press and people was more urgently
called for than at present Abundant Judge Gray
evidence exists to provs the Columbia! several other old-time
about 1823, and that he was the first
teacher of the English language in
Japan, tf these statements can be
verified, and if nothing has been done
to preserve this man's memory, I would
suggest that those who are specially
irterested in the history of Oregon ob
tain further information on the subject
before it Is too late.
RICHARD H. THORNTON. ,
An Astorian reporter Interviewed
Mr. C. J. Tnenchard and
river is losing its rightful eminence in
Pacific ocean commerce. The apparent
confidence of the Oregonian and Its re
peated efforts to impress its readers
with Portland's importance as a ship
ping point may deceive the distant
countr) papers and a few lukewarm
learned nothing definite regarding Mac-!
Judge Gray was In Clatsop county!
In 1847, the year of the rescue, but he(
was only S years old at the time, and
"St. Louis, Oct. It Hon. Wm. J.
Bryan, Louisville, Ky. Jones, Stone.
Whitmore, Careth, Cook and many
other friends congratulate you, Goebet
Blackburn and Kentucky democrats on
the splendid reception In Kentucky.
Success In Kentucky means success u
the nation next year.
I WJ. O. JOHNSON."
' Bryan said he had seen It stated that
i the eieotion of Goebel would mean de
i feat of free silver. If he thouitht so.
j he would not be In Kentucky.
within ner own oontrol; gtvatat
French m-dlcal itrlumph of this ton-
tury, for a! I female Irreoularltlea.
weaknoss. sto.; a positive blessing to
married ladles. Call or write for
sealed Information. Inclose stamp,
vimpt, wasrongTon street, over
Cordruy's, rooms 1-10, Portland, Ore.
THEY CUT AND FIT,
Two Fashionable Furriers Who Are
Earning Well-Merited Approval.
0od work, correot styls and perfect
fit speak louder for the furrier than
any advertltoment that can b written.
Apptccath A Prwll, the fashionable
furrlurs, at 141 Third street, between
Al.lur and Morrison, guarantee abio
lute satisfaction In every ca where
a purchase Is made at their establish
ment Both gentlemen are praotical
cutters and fitters, who have been em
ployvd In some of the largvat house
In th principal cities of the United
States There Is a style and finish to
all work turn id out by this firm that
stump both gentlemen expects In this
business. Garments will -be taken to
be ma le over or repaired, and the work
turned out with the least possible de
pairs Is allowed, but one ever the I live,
if anything carries away the suhVivr
must make such repairs as he can, or
If rendered hore de combat aa the
Shamrock was today. he must lake the
There Is good sens and logio be
hind the rule. Races are a test of con
atructlon as well as of design and sea
manship. Doubtless If Mr. Iselln could
have had his choice In the matter he
generously would have decllnul to con
tinue In view of the crippled condition
of his rival, but the rules gave him no
alternative. He was In duty bound to
go on and as he finished well within the
limit the race was his.
Had the accident not occurred, how-
evr, It Is believed the Yankee,
boat would have repeated the beat-j
Ing she gave the challenger yttrday.
During the 25 minutes the yachts sailed
she had gone through Shamrocks lead
like a streak and esrfabllshed a lead
Cit m nr. than MO i-.nl. Ik. ..... . 1 1. .
- - .. .. - - j u vi, n , .ui,'!
The accident shows what a delicate
rmehlne the racing yacht Is now a (lays
and how close to the limit of safety It I 5J COMMKHCI XL. BT.
At prices within tits
reach of all. Call
and examine tie new
m lltb Hired
i Is built.
IN AGAIN. GONE AGAIN.
CHICAGO. Oct. 17.-The train bearing
JZTZTl V, T ! Merchant Tailor...
wrecked the Fhamrork. The wire back-!
j stay of the topmast, which helps sup
Pacific Sheet Metal Works
Lithographing on Tin a Specialty.
San Francisco. Cal. Astoria, Ore.
Writ Um for Prls.s
ASTORIA MEAT COMPANY
Tslephons No. JJ
Handles Only the Choicest Meats
41 CeaiaMfeUI St.. stit Palaee Rasteeraat.
Pacific Navigation Company
DOT? the rnilMa IIMN iratra n-.u
does not remember hearing the matter, ,n Presidential party from the North ' ,M. .,- , fc r
I i this support removed, her Oregon pine
'discussed. The name had s familiar ' PPi Into Chicago this afternoon, was; . V1
i luiNi'nni. as uir an a. ii ernnh ru.ia
turns nrarcr noaie, oui every inteiu-. souni to mm, and as probably the et- l",,"","r" i im aiicnigan -entrai
gent man who has studied present con-i pression 'of Astoria" refers to a rest- ,ra(,!s nd left for Michigan points and
ditions and watched the trend of af- dence after '47, Judge Gray may have
fairs for the past few months knows known him slightly. One or two oth
that general commerce of all descrip-' ers thought that a man with such a
,tlon is being rapidly transferred to
Puget sound ports.
Even the as.ute edrtor of the HUls-
! Perfect Pit Guaranteed. Low I'rlccs.
Repairing and Cleaning Naatty Dona.
TALKED ON TRCSTS.
name had some time lived here, but ; orw ...., . .
i BO)STON, Oct. 17. Th annual meot
they could recall nothing tangible. . f t
If any Astorian readers can throw! ., . . ... . .
, . , . . .. I Aignnquin cjuo lonignt. unarles
uuru iuu-penuent, wno nas oeen giving' any ngnt upon Uils subject, they will .
I O. Dawes, controller of currency spoke
much study to the commercial situa- doubtless receive the thanks of the so-' ., ...
. on "trusts and trade combinations."
uon, was lately misled by the course clety that Is looking up and collating
I PKESIDBNT URGES LARGER MER-!
of the Oregonlam Into printing in his facts of Oregon history.
paper the absurd statement that Port
land's commerce attracts more and
larger vessels than Puget sound. The
fact is, there were probably more vei- v. ,,,,.,, ,, , u .
I Next to his declarations with refr
sels entered and cleared at Seattle in ence to meeting the responsibilities of
the single month of last Sept-mber war the most significant utterances of
than will go to Portland in the next tn" Pres,ient incident to his particlpa
vear. The ,tv.,nlRn mil. .,h tlon 1,1 the ceremonies of the fall fmtl-
an this "slandering" the Columbia river,
but K is in no sense open
to such a short-sighted charac- ,!reiw t the Chicago Commercial Club
terixation. The merchanu and busi- u""Juet-
ness men of Portland, to a conJ Th the marked
i Ircrease In our shipbuilding for th
l-lei able extent, and the people of Ore- iast year, recalling th fact that for
gon outside of Portland, are being ' the first time In our history the tonnage
lulled into a staae of false security our ,ettm vesels exceeded the ton-
and prevent from taking the prompt' UV " Ur "a""1K v"w'"' bar
. , , ar.d other craft, the total Increase in
and vigorous action necessary to de- our t.jnnaKe MDg mm tont
fend their commercial, rights from the, Notwithstanding this Increase and
aggr-jsaivrf md enterprising efforts of the fact that more steamships are under j
c.h.-r ke-jtioiui. ' construction than ever before, ouri
The parade In tbe
PAT WASN'T READY.
NEW YORK, Oct. 17. At Broadway
Athletic club tonight Dan Creedon. i.f
Australia knocked out Pat Ready,
I Washington in the eighth round.
W feet long and 14 inc hea In diameter,
j snapped off like a mutch Just above the
I low er mast cap, f
A new topmast will be act tomor-
j row and she win be remeajtured. She
will probably be taken out for a spin
tomorrow to try her new stick and the
third race of the series will be sailed
This race will again be over the wind
ward and leeward course and If the
Columbia wins, the series will have
been oomplted wit home givlrng the
Shamrock an opportunity to test her
merits In her favorite point of sailing
over a triangular course.
val were those touching the necessity' "Al''-A WALLA. Oct. 17. Klre In
for a larger American merchant ma-' tbe coal bunkers at the Northern Pa
nne, which were embodied in his ad-!clflc. at Pasco, today, oriirlnated from
spontaneous combustion. The fire was
soon extinguished. Damages nominal.
The gentleman Is solid mahogany;
the fashionable man la only veneer.
J. A. pastabend
House-moving Tools lor Rent.
Carpenter and Builder
HOUSE RAI5l.N0 AND
MOVINQ A SPECIALTY
C. J. TRENCH ARD,
WHEP. BILLY MASON.
ma.mua, Oct. 17. The newspaper
Patrla has been supprfsned and Its edi
tor, Senor ITtor, a Spaniard, placed un
der arrest on the charge of printing ami
publishing seditious documents.
Insurance anJ Shipping.
Custom House Broker.
Agent W. r. aCotc4 pacific kioreM Co s.
W. F. SCHEIBE,
th Always liallabl
Oregonlan's col- merchant marlne Ptlfu"y inadequate
i w r.cii a Biuaii in?rc?riuure or our.
uiMi.o ui iuc iiuiuurr i grain snips vis-; export
Itlng Portland in contrast with
year 1899 to
ports on the Pacific is no criterion of '-22"fono.J0 and an import trade val
the comsiercial Importance of Port-; Ued " $697'000 000' 'e actually
inH . t. k.,ki . doi-ndent upon foreign bottoms for
land. It is probable more vessels visit thr tnvnflportatlon of lhll) vagt com.
Obldos on .he Amazon for rubber, or merce.
Klo jobva, San Salvador, for logwimd,' Wlth a balance of trade In our favor
In one month than have visited the amountln8 0 I30,000,000. and with new:
port of London, England, on similar er-! 'ran!,0;!-anle r-ssWlons add -l to ourj
ouomio, L'unimas canncn longer defr
upon such mtasur.-s
rands since the Roman conquest, but favorible ac-.lon
mai aoesn i signiry mat Obldos or P.lo as seem best calculated to promote
Jobva have more commerce than Lon- the upbuilding of our merchant marine
don: it simply nroves thai shi. pflr,.h' wl,hout '"vl'.ins a retaliatory policy
i uPn the Part of the tradlnir nations'
lng for particular cargoes must go In . v u , " a"ons
8 thut have such vat capital invfsUd In
more or less numbers to the sections the carrying trade ttween the United1
where such cargoes can be obtained.: Ptat-.n and oth?r countries.
The Astorian has repeatedly explained As tne P1"""1'1 -nt aftly said: "Amerl-
that th railroad and wheat buyers T hlPP'n Under the AmM"n flag
I should be found In all owans, and our
combination or the Northwest finds it ( trade must go whoever our flag goos "
more profitable to force the export of -
wheat produced within certain
of the Inland
PORTLAND KNOCKED OCT.
Empire from the In-
of Portland than atl 3cneral Beebo Wl" Get no Hospital at
Puget sound or Astoria, and ves
sels hunting guch cargo must ko
to Portland to obtain It, precisely asj WASHINGTON, Oct 17 -General
the rubber and logwood ships go to' Beebe called upon SurKeon-a.ncrV
Central and South America. Sternberg, at the war department to
But Portland has no standing and urge the proportion of ,e ,hamb,T of
can have none as a port f gra,, cnmnfl?rw, tnat the Kovernm,.m
wiiiuitrice attiimi uxner anj oetuer lf'
cated ports on the Pacific coast. Near
ly, If not quite, one-half the Orlen-
Vancouver, Nor 'Tarmor" fir
at the Mouth of the Columbia.
WASHINGTON, Oct.- 17.-Adm!ral
Dewey will go to Atlanta, next Monday
Persons have been known to
in a pound a day by taking
...i ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL-
ION. It is strange, but it often
Somehow the ounce produces
he pounds it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop
crly, so that the patient is able
o digest and absorb his ordinary
boi, which he could not do be
fore, and that is the way the fain
! is made.
A certain amount of flesh b
necessary for health ; if you have
not got it you can get it by
ja large army hospital at Vancouver
barracks. Sternberg was ,...
. strongly to recommend the r.lan v.,,.
tai commodities sold In the storr g very flatly decline to An. .
He explained that the present p..i
Portland are brought through the s-i
You will find it tut as useful In summer
as in winter, and if you are thriving upon
it don't stop because the weather b warm.
)oc nd $i oo, alldruggiitt,
SCOTT 4 BOWNE, Owmln. Nr York.
A tall Has at Plsai.
aa4 iaaui' ArUdas. ,
"L Belle Astorti" cinr
Schelbe's Open Star
Schelbe'i Special '
And Othar Brand
ColaffiWa EleeWe & Hepair Co
COLUMBIA IRON WORKS
Logglnn Engines Built and Repaired
Kept in Stock
Heavy Forging Under Power Hammer a Specially I
Sole Manufacturers of the Unsurpassed
... Harrison Secton" Propellor Wheel ...
Contractors for Electric Lights and Tower Plants.
MOUNT ANGEL COLLEGE!
Conducted by the Hcnedictlne Fathers.
...High-Grade College for Boys and Young Men....
Healthful and attraotlvs location (40 miles fron Portland on the 8outh.ro
Padflo Springfield braxK,. Oomplet. and thorough preparatory! ES,
solen'Jflc - classical, normal, commercial course. SPECIAL COURSES In
ZTlfT DraWlnf' 0 v" ". German, SpanW,
11 y ' fha)rt"f- TrP-W. Tslegnapny, Mu.lo. Axdemlo Degree, d
. n " "f"nwt LonierriO. Etna fnr
ft. P. Elmore
W. H, llArrlon
ONLY IHHKCT LINK
Cotineotmg at Astoria with tbs Oregon lUllmad k Ntrlgttkio Co. for
Sao Francisco, Portland and all points rail. For freight and paaaru
Br nltm apply U Samuel Elmore at Co.
( sral Agants, AHTOIUA, ORE.
COHS AOO. Agsnta.
TILUMOOK.lrs. TOKTLANd! Ors.
W. V. Whlppl.Proprlt 8 r
Finest Restaurant North of San Francisco
ATTE VTl VE MnriCa...
privatx Room roB
5.l8Commerclal St.. Antorin, Oregon
Twenty Years of Success
.. In ih5. tre,mwt t chronlo diseases, suoh aa llvar. kldnay. and
ic eoUpaUon. diarrhoea, dropsloal twslllnga, Brlghtf
KIDNEY AND URINARY
ur.Cii!1in,J; Slnfu1, dlfflfu". fraunt. milky or bloody urlns,
unnatural discharges spscdlly oursd.
DISEASES OF THE RECTUM
Such as piles, fistula, flssur. ulceration, mucous and bloody dis
charges curtd without ths knlfs. pain or conflntmsnt
DISEASES OF MEN
Blood poison, glest, itrlotuit, unnatural loasss, Impotsncy. thorough
ly cured. No failures. Curss fuarantasd.
TOUN'l MEN troubled with night amissions, dreams, sthaustlng
drains, bashfulneas, aversion to society, which deprlvs you of your
m?.n,h'..UNIr,T8 Y0U r0R BU8INEBS OR MARRIAOB.
MIDDLK-AOKD MEN, who from vxesaaes and Mina. havs lost
their MhNLY POWKlt
BLOOD AND SKIN DISB.AHKS, Syphilis, Oonon-hoaa, painful
bloody urlns Olset Stricture, enlarged prostata. Sexual Debility,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Kidney and Liver troubles, cured WITHOUT
MERCURY AND OTHER POISONOUS DRUOs! Cwlrrh 14
Dr. Walker's methods are regular and sdantlSa. Be wsd m Mt
ent nostrums or ready-made preparations, but cures the diseaae by
thorough medical treatment Hie New Pfcamptat oa Private DtaaaC '
s sent Free to all man who describe thslr trouble. Patients cured
at home. T.rms reasonabts. All letters answered In plain snvsiope. .
Consultation free and sacredly confidential. Call on or address
Doctor Walker, 1.12 First St., Cor. Alder, Portland, Or.
Yutirloik- tell on jwn.
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