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Has a Prouu
In Tmd AwomiaVI
Much n tha thfs tins a
lA;i AS THAT Of ANY OTHCH PAPI
ICXCUUSIVK TBLKOKAPHIC PRESS REPORT.
ASTORIA, OKMiOX, ITKSPAY MORN I Mi, SKl'TEMBEK 2!, 18!lli.
Our Mandy Wagon...
Comlilnea nil tha faalura uf In child's
plain Wason nil a valoelpoda, unit, all
tlilnaa roiililiii, iinii the canaumer lew
than lthrr. Hu uralrahla. convenient anil
Mtlalarury liaa II proven, thai, aa a
ready "wllor." II haa no viial. Wt laka
a special prlus, luo, In ullrtiif tha
Bonis pnimillr and In faultlaae cond'
linn 10 ilia trad,
Sets Garden Tools
GRIFFIN & REED
CITY BOOK STCf E
PAINT! PAINT! PAINT!
That Is the Question.
Whether II l better In the md to suffer the aorrowa ami disappointments that
Jiiol; paint will lirltiK, ur at lh ttarl provide thu DEHT that can be bought
ami end it there.
There la hut one HEAT, ami that I
THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT
With I'nlnl you Kill need llrunhrs nml p rhat Varnishes. Tho and all
Painters' Huppllea are to l found at
Foard & Stokes Co.
Tlioy alo nirrv ioiiil.'t- stock f (iUOCKUIKS, 11AKD
WA UK, ( i LA SSW A UK. ETC.
THE FIRST DEEP
Til Dink in the Lower Harlwr Are
I'lnc Specimens uf the .Mer
chaii t Murine.
( IIII.MSIdKI) AM) HI.WOOI)
llrouithl (If Xleel halla for the Hull
road, nn I Tlu'lr Jolly Hklppi-r Have
Made Miiny Friend In Port
Short History of the Hhlp.
GRANITE WAKE. ROPE.
STOVES, IRON IIE, TER
RA COTTA PIPES, BAR
IRON, STEEL, CANNERY
AT PRICES THAT DEFY
Call and Be
Trustee for the late
Oregon State Normal School
A Training School (or Teacher. Senior Year Wholly Professional.
Twanty weak of Psychology and General and Special Method; twenty
week of Teaching and Training Department.
Training achool of nine grade with two hundred children.
Regular Normal Courae of Three Yean-.
The Normal Diploma 1 recognised by law aa a Btate Life Certificate to
Light Expense; Hoard at Normal Dining Hall $1.60 per week. Furnish
ed room with light and Are. 11c to 11.00 per week. Board and Lodging In
private famllle tS.SO to IS (0 per week.
TUITION : Bub-Normal, 15.00 per term of ten week; Normal, 16.26 per
term of ten week.
Gradea from reputable ichool aocepted.
Catalogue cheerfully furnished on application.
Addresa P. L. CAHPBELL, Pres., or W. A. W'ANN, 5e. of Faculty.
The SucccHHiir of tho 1 I lTIMtf a a The Stock Consists of
Sen! To A 2 d. m. 5 ALL SHOES, FINE FIRS
iiiiJ continue until $1,5(M Im ruined from MACKINTOSHES
the Htock. Sulo poiitivcly wit limit rcNvrvc. and Thousands of
OOO COMMERCIAL, HT. other goods.
. FRIEDMAN, Auctioneer
Astoria & Columbia River
Beginning on Monday, Sept Hth.tralns on the A. and C. II, R. R. will
run aa follow:
Leave Seaside at 7: JO a. m. dally.
Leave Seaside at 8 p. m. dally exoept Sunday.
Leave Seaside at 4 p. m. Sunday.
' Leave Astoria at II a m, dally.
Leave Aatorla at 4:45 p. m. dally except Sunday.
Leave Aatorla at 6:30 p. m. Sunday.
C. F. LESTER, Supt.
Oregon Industrial Exposition
SEPT. 19 TO OCT. 17
The great resources of the Piicillc Northwest, Agriculture, Hortlctil.
ture, riHlierles, Mines, Manufactures, Muchlnery, Trunspur
tution, Trade and Commerce M ill hu represented
more completely thnn ever before.
Grand Band Concert Every Afternoon and Evening
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS EVERY NIGHT
Lowest Rates Ever Hade on All Transportation Lines
ADMISSION, 25c; CHILDREN, 10c
for Exhibit space, apply to Geo. L. Baker. Superintendent, it the building
E. C. MAflTEN, Hocretary.
Klx months an" It would hardly have
l.n-u thought poanlhle thut d"- i sea
vcimcIk Mould thla fall he dix ked in
Hit low i r harW. y.-i such I the fact
Tlie v. Immense hl' tr,-l
uuikIik ami nlH lnaldi th t'lu'lina
fiinl aiil IuIimm1. iihw lying at the
rii.lrc.n l u liarf at Kluvi l, inako a band
aimio ua ll na pruiihi'tlc pU'lure
worthy Ih i-,iiI.tII'MI of very Al
rlan. Th.-lr ki'H-r. i'upiuliia Thmup'
aoii ami 1'Ih, air tun of the Jollb-al
ai-a dona who tver cnlvrrd thl port
Yuunif. at. riil ami hanloiiu, lln-y are
the lorda uf all tlii-y aurvey In the
Humlay t tt.l n I ti Thompaon, of the
(.'hrlinafiiitl. eiilirtMlniHl a few friend
during the aftfruoon on board hi
alauiu h plil. Krm blin It waa learn-
eil Hint tb Chi'lmafuril aa built by
the Kali Held Hhltiullillng and Kngln
e.TlHK Co, l.liultrtl. Covan, tilaxgow,
In IM3. Hhe a nunibi'ml 2TI, built
by that tlnn. and mi-aaumi: length
liplween prrpi-ndli ular. IMl feet; ex.
trenif br-mltli of b.-atii, 44 fWt; mould
ed di pih of hold, : f.wt I Im ti; round
of brum. WS liu hra; nrt reatntr 2JW
tona; irr InK rapacity, 3io tuna doad
wrlKlit. vxilualve of aturva. Hhe 1
built on ri'KUlur ym lit lim n, and each
of the lariit- au-H plnt.- In hi-r aid
i-onliiliii uii-r 3 rlveta. Khe la ato.1
drc ki'd. li I iiiajitK ami apara, and atoe
riKXHiK. 'in tir main diik there I a
cli-ar ure covrrwl w ith a nutgnltlvent
MiMtrlng laid on the ateel, of SOO feet, a
Hi plm o fur a grnml ball. She haa four
mama, the main mnJit being lit tvrl In
hfUht. She huh luumhi'd on the 11th
uf November, Ki, and Captain V, li.
Thompson tiok her from the yard. She
ha two atciiii uliuhe and large horl
aontal ate-l boiler for working cargo.
She la now on hi-r aecoond voyage.
Captain Thmpira log book ahow
that the .'lKlmnf..nl s tlrst voyage
made from lil.iMtow to Cardiff, and
thence to Sunu ltoaalla; from there to
Portland. Oregon, and back to Hull
with wheat. While in Hull her owner-
whip km chaiigeil fim the Ford line
to the Loch line. Her aecond and pres
ent vuyage, a every one- know, wa
with ateel ralla to Astoria. The cab
Ina of the Clielmaford are numerous
and commiKlloua. They are beautifully
trlninuM In solid teak woikI, and ele
gantly ntted. The captain haa hi prl
vale ilttlng room, stateroom, business
office, bath room, and the vessel's
stores compline everything from a
cook's apron to a silver nut-cracker.
The deeks. tables, and berth facings
are built principally of mahoirany.
Captain Owen Lewis, of the Fulwood
pent Sunday In Portland, but hi first
officer kindly gave the following Infor
million In re-sard to that mognltlcent
ship: She was built In 1SS5 by the
Oswald, Mordnunt Company, South
hampton, and was numbered 229 at the
time she was launched. She is a steel
ship throughout, not quite so long as
the Chelmsford, and having three In
stead of four must. Her line are
quite different from her lster ship,
having a very full bow and stern In
stead of the sharp lines of the other,
and In proortton to her dimension,
she ha a little lees carrying capacity.
Her officers' quarters are simply lux
urious, the wood work being teak and
bird's eye maple, and the upholstering
In velvet. The main saloon, private
staterooms and bath room are very
large and elegant In .every particular.
Each of these now noted vessel cas
rle about thirty men all told, and It
take on each voyage some three or
four hundred tons of provisions to sup
ply the wants of the Inner man of the
orew of each.
Aatorla will not soon forget the
Chelmsford and Fulwood, their good
natured skippers and crews, who
brought the big steel rails for the first
railroad down the lower Columbia.
FOR C00I) ROADS A ROMANCE
IN CLATSOP IN HIGH LIFE
A I'cw Opinions Staled by the Lewis Hon. H. C. Whitney to Ik .Married at
ii no" Cliirhc t'cuplc Ketjard- Noon Todav to Mrs. Edith
Imj Them. S. Randolph.
SOME POINTED HI (JGIISITONS THE WEDDING A SL KI'KISE
Are Made by Mr. HtatTord-llott, Must Mrs. Itandolph. an Old Friend of the
Whitney and Widow of the Late
ex-C'aptaln Arthur Randolph,
of Wiltshire. England.
Converge In Astoria I'ay It. .11 and
Hound Money Needi-d - Politics
and Hard Times.
Lewis and Clarke, Kept
Kdllor of the Antorlan - ,
I plcaftcd to : no many
i la gr ni leiiieii come
und He side n UKoll
Nev. York, Sept. 2K.-The Hon. W. C.
Mtiu y will be married at noon to
morrow to Mr. Edith S. Randolph
our ihc Aatorla widow of the late ex-Captain Arthur
fuu.l. and I u Randolph, of Euat Court. Wiltshire,
TRTIN'O TO GET TOGETHER.
San Francisco, Sept 88. The execu
tive committee of the Republican atate
central committee waa called together
thl afternoon to devise a plan for
uniting the warring elements of the lo
cal Republican party. Chairman Mc
Laughlin believes the lack of harmony
is endangering the success of the na
tional ticket. The committee adjourned
after talking over the situation with
out formulating any definite plan for
Portland. Sept. 28. Wheat Walla
Walla, B656ia: Valley, B868tt.
Liverpool, Sept. 28. Wheat, apot,
nrm; demand, poor; No. i red spring,
6a lSd; No. 1 California, 6a 6d.
Meany 1 the leading tailor, and pay
the highest cash price for fur eklna.
particularly glad to ? I-. C. Hoi i, n, England. This fact was formally an-
for it a.iows that hi h'-alili m t, it, r nour.ced :.uilKht by Mr. Whitney's prl
tliaii It was a while bark. vate secretary. T. J. Regan, who re-
Aatorlan can generally be depended 'reived a communication during the day
on to help along any Improvement to from Mr. Whitney advialng him of
their city, so I ahiayn knew that this the prospective wedding,
rood would eventually be a success. I Mr. Whitney, himself, when he left
expect to see the time, In the not fur the clt- two weeks ago to recuperate,
distant future, when the everyday trav- did not expect to be married so soon,
el will be greater than yesterday's tx- He accidentally met Mrs. Randolph at
curslon. Rar Harbor and decided only laat
In the opinion of Engineer Archibald Thursday that the wedding should take
A. Schenck. given in today's Astorlan. place tomorrow.
he points to what la needed to make i There are several features which tend
Astoria the heart of the future city, , to cast a halo of romance over the
which U "trade." He says kep the marriage. Mrs. Randolph Is an old
atorvs In the trade center. Now, If As- friend of the Whitney family and has
torla Is to do that she must work to been Intimately associated with them,
have the roa.ls point directly to that None of the relatives of the contract
place. It was the small rivers cou-.lng parties will be at Bar Harbor to
verklng on thht point that started the witness the ceremony. .
city there, but If the roads, which are ; Mrs. Randolph's late husband was
sure to be the highways of the future, captain In the lith Hussars, common
converge on some other point of the ly called the "Queen's Own." She waa
water front, there will the trade go, originally Miss Edith S. May. and is
and there will be the heart of Astoria, a first cousin of Herman Oelrirhs, also
Hy the way the gentlemen who were of Mrs. Col. .Win. Jay, of this city. She
of the excursion talked. I should say is the mother of two children, the
they were favorably disposed to. bridg- oldest 13 years of age.
Ing instead of ferrying over Young's
bay. Now the question of location of , "YOUTHFUL EXUBERANCE."
the bridge ought to be thoroughly con-,
sldered before taking action on the ub-
Jcct, and all Interests, and all sections
n the west of Young's bay should be '
made partaker of It benefits. At the
loint where the bridge crosse there
ahoolil com m, ma,l e.-.m t.-..- c . I
along near the water front, and one
down between Young's and the Lewis
and Clarke Rivers, and this present
road should also converge at the same
place, and It ought to be at a point
where the heart of Astoria can be the
most easily reached from the east slSe
of Young' bay. I think thl a very
Important point for Astoria to consider.
Hammond advise pay rolls for As
toria, which 1 aa aound advice as the
gold standard. Every mil of good
road leading directly out of the city,
la a mile of Industry, every worker of
which la for the city.
Our school at Clatsop began aa usual
on the first Monday of September, with
s. C. Caae for teacher. He has a good I Trenton. N. J., Sept. 28. The nation
reputation as a teacher and several of ' al circuit meet of the League of Amer-
hls former pupils followed him from lean Wheelmen opened at the Inter
their own districts to this, and are pay-: state fair. John S. Johnson, paced by
lng tuition here, which is a very favor- two quads and a triplet, beat all pre-
abie argument for him. j vlous record for one mile, crossing the
Politicians will not make any voteejtape In 1:47 flat, the beet previous time
over here. We are all going to vote being l:4Si. made by Tyler at Walt
our way now. ham. Maas. Jimmy Michael, the Walsh
I think the question of good roads man. paced by two quads and a triplet,
la of more Importance than the flnan-! covered five miles in 9:514, the fastest
clal question. Give the county good time ever made on any track. In the
roods and It will have sixteen dollars third heat for the two mile profession-
to where It has one now. ;aL Otto Zlegler. the Callfornlan. fell
I think the financial question cuts and broke his arm.
both ways. like, the Darwinian theory
New Haven, Conn.. Sept. 28. Bryan
hod Just closed a few words telling
how pleasant hi .trip through New
England had been when he was In
A Voice "There are no Yale students
here today. Mr. Bryan."
! Bryan "Do not criticise the boy too
harshly; I am not Inclined to criticise
them as severely as some others have
been. I have been a college boy my
self, and I am Inclined to attribute
their Interruptions more to youth
fur exuberatlon than to any deliberate
Intention to Interfere with free speech
I shall always be glad to return to
New Haven, when circumstance pei
mlt, and I am sure that whatever may
be my subject I will be able to find
persona here w ho are willing to listen.
even Jtt they do not agree."
THE TIN PLATE
Establihcd In Lisbon, Ohio, an Evi
dence uf the Iknefits of
TALKS TO THE COLOREIJRACE
McKlnley Addresses Several Carload
of Delegates to the Afro-Methodist
Conference History One of
Patience and Patriotism.
28. In addressing a
Lisbon. Ohio, today.
"I am glad Indeed to have been con
nected with a piece of national legisla
tion that gave to the town of Lisbon
an enterprising tin-plate plant which
I'roptTtj and Lives Lost in the Flames
at Burke, Idaho, Yes
terday. PANIC IN THE TIGER HOTEL
Fire Started in the Kitchen by the Ex
plosion of a Pan of Grease Guesta
Escaped In Their Night Clothe
Many Badly Burned.
Spokane, Sept. 28. A special to the
Spokesman-Review from Burke, Idaho,
Burke waa visited by a disastrous
fire thla morning which for a time
threatened the destruction of the town.
Besides destroying over 110,000 worth
has given employment to more thanlof property, the Are resulted In th
3J5 persons. You farmer, merchants i death of one man, William O'Meara,
and businessmen know how valuable i and the narrow escape of seven others,
that plant haa been to your community j all of w hom ware more or less burned.
and I submit to you, no matter what
may have been your politics in the
past, whether you would now prefer to
have that tin-plate factory there than
to have It In Wale."
A train at 10 o'clock brought several
carload of ministers, delegate to the
Afro-Methodist conference In session at
This morning when the cook at the
Tiger Hotel left the kitchen for a mo-
jment, a pan of grease on the range
Ignited and exploded, scattering flames)
all over the kitchen. Almost like a
flash, the Are spread tbrouhout the low
er floor. Before the sleeping inmates of
the hotel could be alarmed, the flames)
Lieveiana. rney marcnea informally had communicated with the upper
to the McKlnley lawn, where addresses floors, cutting off escape from the
were made by Senator Green, of 1 gtaJrway except to a few who were
Cleveland, Bishop Lee and Bishop Ar-' easily aroused.
nett. In reply McKlnley said: A of Intenaa .rrltem.nt tnlinm.
The history of your race 1 one of ed. The rues Is ran from one room to
wonderful progress under most trying another In their terror, seeking soma
and difficult circumstance. You have;raean of escape from the flames
demonstrated your patience, patriotism, ! which were rapidly rushing upon them.
intelligence and your willingness to But few bad time to clothe themselves.
sacrifice- for your country and sustain 1 from their night wraps. In five
its honor at all times and under all minutes' time from when the Are start-
circumstances. You have made marked ed the first and second floors were all
and commendable strides In the Held ablaze, and the frenzied Inmates were
of education and learning. Not only oomrvelled to seek the ton floor of tha
have you been looking carefully after building, but not before they were bad
the Intellectual, but you have not been w burned.
neglectful of the moral condition of j
your race. You have recognized that
good character is quite aa essential aa
good education; that good morals are
indispensible. Both should go together.
You and your race have my hearty
congratulations upon the progress you
have made, and my prayer la for stiTl
greater progress In the future."
and It depends on the way you face,
whether you see the monkey or the
man. But In the Darwinian theory, the
life Is not accounted for. Neither does
Bryanlsm tell us how to get the dollar.
That Is a sad omission.
Archibald A. Schenck In his article in
the Astorlan, gives the true reason for
hard times. I look at It as the best ar
gument In favor of the present system
that has been printed, because told In
a few words. D. F. STAFFORD.
BRYAN AND SEWALL.
They Both Arrived In New York Yes
New York, Sept. 28. W. J. Bryan ar
rived at the Hotel Bartholdl at 6:02 to
day. He waa accompanied by a com
mittee from Tammany Hall who had
gone to Bridgeport, Conn., to meet him.
About 200 persons cheered him at the
hotel entrance and he tipped hi hat
and smiled In recognition. Mr. Bryan
was evidently nursing his throat, his
coat collar being turned up tight.
Arthur Sew all, the vice-presidential
candidate, arrived at the Fifth Avenue
Hotel a short while before Bryan
reached the city. He parted company
with Bryan at New London, Conn.
Mr. Bewail will stay In town for sev
eral days and will apeak at the Tam
many ratification meeting tomorrow
night He will go west from this city
to attend the convention of national
Democratic club which meets In St.
Louis October S.
WANAMAKER IN NEW YORK.
New York. Sept 28. The positive an
nouncement was made this afternoon
that John Wanamaker, of Philadelphia,
had bought the business of the sus
pended firm of Hilton Hughes & Co.,
(formerly A. T. Stewart). It Is stated
that Wanamaker had bought the en
tire business of Hilton Hughes & Co.,
together with either a fee or lease of
the real estate used by the firm. Wan
amaker will start up business again as
soon as the necessary arrangements
can be made.
BRYAN IN NEW JERSEY.
Jersey City, Sept. 28. W. J. Bryan re
turned late tonight from his late New
England tour and after spending about
thirty minutes at the Hotel Bartholdl,
Immediately repaired to Northern New
Jersey, escorted by a committee of
New Jersey Democrats, where two of
the biggest meetings of his tour were
FILLING UP THEIR TICKET.
New York. Sept. 28. Wilbur F. Por
ter, of Watertown, was tonight nom
inated by the Democratic state com
mittee for governor to take the place
of Jno. Boyd Thatcher. Frederick C.
Chaub, of Lewis, was nominated for
lieutenant-governor to take the place
A DISCOVERY IN WASHINGTON.
Olympla, Sept. 28. The supreme
court haa decided that the law com
pelling barber shops to close on Sun- American flour la now the principal
day is special class legislation and is 'article of export to Venezuela from
Portland, Or., Sept. 28. For Western
Washington and Western Oregon, fair
weather. For Eastern Oregon and
Eastern Washington, probable showers
the United States.
FAREWELL TO NEW ENGLAND.
New London. Sept. 28. Bryan bade
farewell to Connecticut at New Lon
don at noon today, although he added
a few words at New Haven, the last
stop In the New England states. At
New London Bryan found questioners j
and for some time carried on a dia
logue with an elderly gentleman near
the speaker's stand. The police were
Inclined to interfere at first but Bryan
begged them to let the Interrogator go
on with his questions, as he would be j
glad to reply to them.
Washington, Sept 28. The true
amount of the gold reserve is 8122,
204.550. In addition to this 82.000,000 in gold
com was deposited today in the New
York sub-treasury in exchange for cur
A PERTINENT QUESTION.
Hon. S. B. Huston, of Washington
county, state senator and well-known
Democrat publishes the following brief
and pointed letter In the Hlllsboro In
dependent: "It is claimed by Mr. Bryan, and in
fact by all free-silver men. that frea
coinage of silver by the United States
will raise the price of Silver to 81.28 aa
jounce. In other words, that under tree
coinage the mint ratio and tha com
'merclal ratio will be the same.
"Now, It Is admitted by all that la
11873, at the time of the alleged de
monetization of silver, the bullion in a
silver dollar was worth 11.02. That la
to say, the commercial ratio waa t per
cent above the mint ratio. We had at
that time free coinage of both, gold and
silver. Both were a legal tender for
"Now, If free coinage of atlver would
bring Its commercial, ratio up to Its
mint ratio, why, in the name of the
all-powerful government stamp, did it
not bring gold up to the value of silver
at Its mint ratio?"
It Is a peculiar trait of silver stand-
The amount of gold in sight, ;ard countries to have no silver for the
added to that already delivered, will ' common people. The currency of China
bring the reserve up to about 8127,000,-
GO TO WORK AGAIN.
Waitham, Mass., Sept 28. One thous
and operatives returned to work In the
mills of the Boston Manufacturing Co.,
In this place, and others will be taken
In and given employment from time to
time, until the entire force will be back
at work again.
Is zinc and copper, half of It preauma
lyb counterfeit The currency of India
is copper. The smallest coin Is tha
"pice," and It Is worth less than on
quarter of a cent In general. In gold
standard countries, the common metal
money for the people Is silver. In sil
ver standard countries silver Is sup
planted with zinc or copper. The com
mon people have no real money.
IRON WORKS RESUMED.
Troy. N. Y., Sept 28. The resumption
of work at the Burdette Iron Work to
day Is the cause of rejoicing In a great
many families In this city. There are
in the neighborhood of 1500 men employed.
Philadelphia, Sept. 28. The Philadel
phia cricketers were defeated in the
second match with the Australians to
day by an Inning and 71 runs.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Shippers are hereby notified that lo
cal freight to points on the Seashore
road will be received at the Telephone
dock only. All freight must be deliv
ered one hour before train time.
EQUAL TO THE OCCASION.
Spanish Colonel "General Weyler.
there is an insurgent out In the street
who keeps looking over the fence and
making face at the Spanish army.
What shall I do?
General Weyler "Cable to Spain for
re-lnforcements. I'll capture that man
If It takes another army." Boston
She "How far can your ancestry be
"Well, when my grandfather resign
ed his position as treasurer of a west
ern city they traced him as f ar aa
China but the old man got away."
Uncle Dick Bland has already uplift
ed a lightning-rod for the speakership
of the next house. When he hears from
No Maine he will take it down and store
freight will be received after 4:30 p. m. It In the smoke-house. Cincinnati Com-
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Govt Report
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