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VOL. XLV1I. ASTORIA, OKKGOX, TIH'KSDAY MOlt.MNO, OCTOBER 14, 18l7. " " " TTrf"
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UI.I.U In Ilia 1 1 y .
GRIFFIN & REED
THE MOST COMPLETE !
LINE OF I
,NAsr ' Manufactured
! Tor Sirtlnr"
AND FOR SALE AT
E. R. Hawes' Store
Dnideilly Defeated by the lotted
Stutcs Supreme Court Dccblun.
THK MAXIM I'M KATE CASK
November 1, at lh. OccH nlnl hotel, n ml
will during Ihn remainder of Mm tny.
treat nil cunea at the rule of U a wick
or In Hint proK,rtlon of tlin no r.in
limy require, The wr treated free from
to in a. m. dally, exr-l m-ilcliii.
Regular office huura, from 10 a. m. to
p. tn tuid 7 to I In th evenlnga. Ho
tr.tt nil chronic dlwa. , blood tnltita,
lw of vital power and t-nrly imllpcre.
tlons, though no rfTn urn ever made
In t)i pre concerning uch cane, ow.
In to the dVllciuy of Ihn patient.. Kx.
amlnntlon. free to oil, and circular will
iit frc-. to any address. All prt-
vte disease confldento-illy treated AnJ
curwi uiirnlr-f). rntlrnlii at a dlctnn,-
Judge Brth(f' lictia Saotained Tbt r"n curc4 hom ltmrnt. Md-
l,.l.,a nnJ I...... . ..k
Lik lllrijul Vhicl) torrtd the Koadit
to On Buiiam it a
tor'a nama appvnrlriK.
illW f.ANCTKV A WINN Kit.
l h V h 1 1 In
Internatlunal Court of Arbitratln
Has Ueen Completed,
COL'KT TO MEET NEXT FALL
Great Critaii aid Veaetaela Sntmitttd
Lists of Acceptable Jiritts. hat flier
teas the Oily Oae on Bata.
Sole Agents for Knox and Wauburton Hats
94 Third Street. PORTLAND, OR.
....Tbe Only Exclusive Men's Furnishers
H,.., Pru...-. o.-.!.r 13 -A ill.imt.hl "' r K.-tr. lMVKlry I,
frm Wa.1,1,,.1011 ..y. t... l-,,., .,1(.Mr. ""M "' '"' " "n ' '"""
llurlli,,,,,,, .,,.1 ,..,..,.. K,.r.l.,.,..r.' M-rn' "' """ H"" ''" Tml. h niHk,-.
r,.ilr,....l MI wm ilHr ,-. .,.l..t tt,. ! M,"' Tl'- "i-rk.-t , on,- of tb m,,n
f N...,rk. th .-,,1,,,.,,, l l,lrh!,,r"""" k""" f"r un,i '"
will Im. .!., Mor..l,y l.y tin ' 'M " ,,U " I-rohaMr
.M,r. , 1,1,-1, a.U.i.M.n,!.,,, 1,'""" "" km"k'r'' " " PX
'walv, in ihi, "pr.i u t, rm when
Willi, mi J, iiiiliiKi, llryni iq,wuivit.
inim I f,ir ,lr:ik..i Ju -Ut- ,l(ic, r
uf tin' u.fiii,. vmirt, "Kilifc- In ilif
out any .xc.,ti..i1iy Utrgt- .urn.
If:MC!lAT3 WIN INIMANAIT.MH.
Il,ll.lllllM,lln. Ot-tolMf- tl-I!;i.u n,i
clr- uli at 1ilniti, two -.ir aw il,- .-. ., ...
II," Injuiii'lliin iiKiililKt th,- n'al,. riifur,'. ; .,
tliiiia ahow thu vote for mayor to I.;
ma im. .rai,iv i,iw oi mr h-Ral- . . .
, T.iKwirt, iKniiK-nil, 3j.1i; HarJlriB rv
Hy of I In- proM,ma ,f III' li Max callrj . .., lw , .
,iilU-an. Ifl.iw. Til, rvWlnuYr of tht
Ini'i ihiIiui l-y ih.,. rnllnuila nnl It .,.,.. . ,
. U, mi i.rullu tli k,t wua iilao i-Ut ted.
I uiiiI,t:oo. lh oitn:n of tin' aujTrrn, '
.III, thl I.KI.ASHMl-TT 0I.A11I8 KKAfb.
roiirt ll Im It, m-corlan
Kijiinn 1I1. j
T,M '"W f ,W" l-ortlan-l, CiH.r tt-The caae
..f nmx.mum fvlKht rat. h.hc wa,nf w. H.uwtmum rwMv,f of .
-.MiHilrri-.l ty tin, rallru.oU lnln l,unl. v,.,i,...i ... ...
urr. Ill h. Mat,. III.k;,!. I nK , ,. ,.,,,.,,,
vw itttt, tu rt.
low to allow WnulInK on u In Iiik bal.
ci.XTr the aim, nt of 1-ju conta on thf
li . rt.,1 that ih- l iw wua un-! ,i..h . w u . ...
lollar on 125 nhai of atrnk In the Moa.
iiiltUii;al. ,..i. t. ...
cow Uink. aniounllnK :o flJ.V. a trie ,1
Tin. wa. pi-inlli-K ,nor than four t0lhi.. ,H.,MHhmil ...
M,r. In tt, aiv, co.r'. ili ,.clHlon fnilhl . ... ,
,h ,Ih. N.tf r.vor of ,.. railroad j, Wa.hliifc-tcm cvunty, Ong-m. for ir
,1K,n ,n " - Uhar... of tlu, lnk .,ork. n a r
Jtm.-tlun l.y JuUr.- l!r.-m r mat..' .... t r ... , , . "
was 4 nwbti nt of tlv, Iwink lforo tx
Waahlng-toti, Octolx-r 13. The Interna
tlonul court of arbitration, which la to
(Kim upon tirttlnh VwiucJa Iwund-iry
waa completed by th aelection of M.
Mavrttni,, the (llllnKuishcJ ualan jur-
Int, an umpire, arul arrangement, are
being nuule for the assembling of the
court ut I'arla during the lute aummcr
or fall of next year.
M. Miiertena will act not only aa um.
plre, but uIbo aa vsldi-nt of the court.
(ireat lirltain und Venetuela each
ulmiltlMl a lint of dlKtliigulahed
Jumtii who would be acceptable to them
im umpire. Thene Embraced the moat
noti-d men of Europe, but It la attri
buted to M. Muertena thUt h!a waa the
only name on both Ilsta.
patch, to the- cutter f:nr, aalM from,'
Ht. Michael, on Friday. September 21.
'-Wily two partle of mlnera remained
at Ht, MUhaelK. anj they were expect.
Ing to a,art n a fHW hour, for Liawnoti. '
:t tl5 2!th the Corwln called at 8t !
Iwrenc Inland. 'l;utcb harbor w.
rva.hed or tho Jf'th, where ahe met th,
.mahlp 1-ortb.nd, bound for 8t. ; Agai, Do Busiaesa Wth (
Oregoo Short Line.
leavln ber catxo of ahlp bulllln ma- j
terlal aha alM -on the inh tor at.
Ttta ortirlnid purpono of ihe 'orth!f
AnuvlMtn TA,rMM.fm.ti, - . , ... I
. v v..,..,. mm irauingj
conitny to ,bull,l ad-lltlonal ateamert i
for the Vulcon trade thla aummer. at
Bt. Michael., tiaa been changed and the! Bat the 0. I. A V Slys Tlat It Rat Sit
FIGHT DECLARED OFP
ijretd ta th Deal. Which So Tar
Oily Applies to .oatn.
tenmera will tm built at Dutch harbor. I
On Fri'hy, October 1 the .team.hlpl
!umU,UV arrlvcl at Duitic harbor wlthl
Col. Randall. IT. 8. A.. tr.A 1
ment of I'nlteJ Btate. tnxnx. and left j
on th third for St. MlohUela. The cutter j Chicago. October 11-The Union Pn.
Uear waa at Bt. MlchaeU waiting to' Mc gave notice to all of Ita coiuiectlon.
convoy tla ateamahlp Portland on her
return trip with miner and their gold
today that it had resumed bualnca. with
the Oregon 8hort Line, by .ending them
The (lew building of the IfuluetrU , word to return. th aale of one a. .,!
mlaalon school at Unabuika, eatablished round trip ticket via the Union Pn-in,.
and erected by the Woman.' Home Ilia- j to aU point In Otvgon over th Oregon
.Ion aoclety of the Methodlat EpIacooaJ : Short Line, at the Short Lin. er. 1.
church of the fnle! Statea. U) o far ""Hence before October . Thla mean.
complete that the mlxalon ha. moved
THE SHAKKEV . GODDARD MATCH, j
that the fight between the two road it
over, for the time being at leaat.Th.
; road, of tbe Weatern Paaaenger aaMOcla-
iMrri.tl li rn- tu tho ii.r
thi fnlt.-d Htatea. but at
lnr l-n any hope ..f a d,
"" I" '-row... mlareprm-nted the condition of
"" : tlit. bank to him. JuJce li.-llliiir.r took
FOARD & STOKES CO.
THE SISTERS OF THE
Convent of the
Will reopen tliolr Punnllng ami Day
Holiool Koptoinl.or 0.
For ruttw, oto., nddrun the Suporloremt
aM.. to ,.. Mat-. Th.. oa... w ,,..M .,1,-n.j . C(1HC umlvr mlvlM.m,.Ilt.
t.U wlih ih. T.x.i ew which wae !'
iM.-.l by the aiipr. 111,. onirt In favur of
1 h.i rallroa.lH.
The uprcin,. our! will bear the Julni
iraflb- ,-ae ., Mm. lav. r.ni-ri i),i..k
the ,,ill,.n will Im acmii-i the aocla.
11..11. The cii!..t la aiial.iK'oun t th,- tninn-1
Mixourl cam, ut o,,. spring Prm
.laalimt the rnllroal. It Ik more than
two y,nr old an. wn. brought by Il.
irlct Attorney .U l-'urlan,. In (he New
V,.rk circuit court at tin. r,,u,-st f
the lmTtat conimercn conimlKylon.
ag.iliiKt th rallroa.U etit.rlng the city
f New York and forming itie Joint
fiiK was a ca li fokn i a n.
St. I.otil, ticMk-r 13. 1 1 Is thought
j tie. girl who committed xulcil,. yeater.
j .lay wax N, Ih- Anderson, d.uiclU.T oi
11 whuMiy rtu!l.r.-r of l':i.H.i,U-na
Cul., who eloH-d tlve yirs apo with
Matt .Mitxi.wiich uml was 1111, riled ut
Stockton, mill who li-sertcl him two
k later. Th girl after d.-eenlng her
husUuid weno to C'hti-wiKO. where for
noni time ahe waa a cloak model at
Marshall FVId'a. She Kked us a model
for Hoyle, the aculptor. for hla statue.
.Nuvlgntluni." in the transiwrtatlon
bulMing at the world' fair.
TIIUKW AWAY UlS CUI TCIIKS.
A Rallron,! Fngln,r Joins th I,onK Mat !
of Patient Cuivl by Ir. I:irt In
I OREGON'S NEW
II U EI U ED
n n a ei n
Mount Angel College
MOUNT ANGEL Marion Count '. OREGON
Thl. I. juat the place for your boy.
lellghtful location, large building, and
ground, good meola, plenty of healthy
exervlae, excellent teacher and careful
trnJnlnjr- this I. what they all tay of
MT. ANOEL COLLEGE. Bend for Cat
alogue and (peolal terms.
School will open September t
P. F. PLACIDUS. Director,
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS
Kaiciilar Normal t'uiirao of three ycitu.
Senior year wholly profoHauitin).
Training department o( nine (trade with JK) children.
liiKlructlon and training In tivmnaatlca (Kwedlnh ayi
tein),an.l Vih-ki MukIo tor iuIiIi' h,IhhiI.
The Norma! diploma U recogmaed hy law as a 8TATG
L1KK OKUTIKIl.'A'l K to ti'iwli. ' '
I iglit exoeiiKs. Tuition, hooka, board and lodging (hp
proximately), li.IHI per er.
Htudi'iin liiMir.lln. tlicniai'lrea, 110. (in per year.
Academic grade aenopteil from lilih aelioula,
tatnlogiies clieerrully aunt 011 application.
I'. L. (UMl'llKI.I., Prealdenf, or
W. A. W'ANN, Hccretury Faculty.
UiNION MEAT COMPANY
Shield Brand Hams, Bacon, Strictly Pure Lard
ALL KINDS OF CANNED MEATS
Guaranteed th Best la th Market
CORNER FOURTH AND OLtSAN STREETS - . PORTLAND, OREGON
Portland. Oregon. Mr. K.l!:,,r-1 'car
Sir: 1 hold It to I ti duty a well a..
,1 pleaaurj to milk,, known through the
pre that which of all other thing Is
ni..- .-fM-ntliil. via.: The way to cure
pain nnd slcknena. I win c.ni;tliie,l m
homo nlth clatli- rh.-uni.itNm. kidney
trouble, Intlamniiitlon of neck of the blad
der and general Imllapoaltlon. Could not
sleep more than an hour nt 11 time. All
menus I tried proved unavailing. I was
prompted to visit Dr. Pnrrln through
the advice of my frleiula who had been
cured by him, though, I must say. I hnd
little fnlth that electricity would cure
me. I came to the doctor on crutches.
Two weeks' treatment has cured me, so
I have thrown away my crutches, and
my other complaints have all disap
peared, so I con tnko rommnmd of my
engine. W. HAYS.
Judging from th,, testimonial that arc
published dally It seems there are but
few Ills to which tho human flesh Is
heir, which cannot be relieved and gen.
er.illy permanently cured by Dr. Dnr
rln's electric trentmont. nnd cases that
hnvo resisted other efforts have yielded
to his power. These cusch embrace al
most every kind of curnblo disease, nnd.
as said before, no man, woman, or child
need dcspnlr of relief and cure while
Dr. Dnrrln offers Invaluable services,
The doctor will remain in Astoria until
All AKrUXOEMENTS MADT TO START
Trir SERVICE NOVEMBER I.
Steamers Will leave lortla.d Every Three
Wctkf aid Will Be Rm in Ceaaec
tioi With the 0. R. S S.
Sari Kratioisoo, October 13. Beginning
October 31 a now steamship service well
Im Inaugurate) from Portland to Toka
Uima and Kobe. Japan, and Shanghai,
nind Hong Kong, China. . The new line
will bo run In connection with Ihe Ore
gon Railroad & Navigation Co. Three
steamships will constitute the service
the Braemer, tho Mogul and the Pelican.
They wUl leu.v Prtluud In the order
named approximately every three week.,
beginning with the Instvkiy of the month.
The new trans-PaoHllo will be known as
th Northern Pacific Steal mp hi Co.,
DO HONOR TO
board or roREics Kissioxs or NEW
HAVEN TAKE ACTION.
fiftieth A.iverary of the ."assacre ot the
Great rio.eer to Be Obsened fer
aaeat ."emorial Co.siiered.
New Haven. Conn.. Octott-r 11 The
iKMird of Amerinui Foreign Mlsstons
toilhy adopted the following resolution:
"Resolved. Thut a committee of five be
appointed to report at this meeting con.
cemlng the olwetrance of the approaching-
tlftleth larmiwriMiry. iNoember
of the mussjicre of Marcus Whltmun.
M. D., In recognition -of his services In
behulf of this board uid that of our
country; also to report concerning the
propriety of permanent memorluls to Dr.
and Mrs. Whitman and their associated
missionaries of thla board."
San Franctscq. Oct. 11 Tremendous
pressure la being brought to have the
Knickerbocker Club declare the Slur.
ki y-GiJ,lard match on. It looks now a'
lf the match will go no farther than the
preent stage. There appear to be too
much opposition to Sharkey In San Fran.
caco for any club to attempt to bring
off a contest In which the alIor Is a
JUSTICE FIELD TO RETIRE.
Washington. October ll-The belief
that Justlde Field I seriously contem
pt art Ing an early retirement from the
supreme court bench waa strengthened
today by the announcement of the post
ponement of several mor Important
H untO the last Monday in January.
Portland. Oregon, October 13. Francl
SeaJey. government tea Inspector, today
condemned K chest of tea which arrived
from the Orient on the Monmouthshire.
Several days ago he condemned 12 chestt
consigned to a Chk'ug'o firm. The entire
lot was found to be trashy and unfit
are much elated over the settle
ment of the trouble between the roada,
a It pave the way, in their oplnon,
to the nvetnebershlp of th Union Paclrte
la the Western Passenger association,
and the consequent diminution of the
chance for trouble In Western passen-.
ger rate. '
O. R. 4 N. DENIAL.
Portland, Oregon. October IX-Tne O.
R. A N. officials deny that the agree,
mem between the Union Pacific and
Oregon Bhort Line for the resumption
of through business carrte with It the
sanction of the O. R. N. They aay
the agreement between the Union Pa
cino apd the Short Line only ha ref
erence to Montana business, In which
the Short Line la interested, and that
the Ot R. .- N. has not (agreed to th
resumption of through business by way
of the I'nlon Pacific.
THE FORTIFICATION BOARD.
Due to Arrive In San Francisco From
Their Northern Trip Today.
JIST RETIKNED f ROM BERRINC SEA
WITH DR. JACKSON.
Riiideer Herds in Yokoa Valley Doing Well
Not Na.y Miters Reniiiing ii St.
Michaels The fortUod.
Washington. October 11 Clara H.
Richards has been appointed postmis
tress t Dyt-.L Alaska, a fourth class
OFF FOR EUROPE
San Francisco, October IX The United
Statea eeacoast fortiflcaHon board will
arrive here this morning after a visit
of inspection to the coast defenses In
the Northwest. The hoard Is engaged
in examining sites for the location
modern type ordnance, estimating
cost of ba racks, water supply, wharves,
etc.. for the use of the artillery force.
The board will remain In this city several
days inspecting th advantages of San
D. E. FERI.ET DEAD.
Portland, Oregon, D. E Terlcy, manager
of the Esmond hotel, dropped dead this
evening In A drug storte on Morrison
San Francisco. October 11 The United
States revenue cutter Corwln, Captain
W. J. Herring, commanding, 10 days from
Retiring sea, dropped anchor In the bay
this evening. She brought down from
tho North Dr. Sheldon Jackson. United
iStajtes gonwul uaicnt of "education In
Alaska: LfeuL D. H. Jarvls. from the
outter Bear; Whaler J. A. Peters, of
the wrecked whaler Navuxich, and Rich
ard and Roll Camden, who went up on
the Ellia Anderson, but who returned
to awialt until spring before going' to
Dr. Jackson has been spending It he
summer In the Yukon valley in the
Interests of the United States govern.
ment. He reiorts the reindeer herds as
doing finely, 150 trained deer being ready
Tbe cutter Corwln, after carrying dis-
THE GREAT FINANCIER GOES OS AN IM-
fORTANT BUSINESS MISSION.
Mysttrioas Trip With W. C. Whitney. Which
May Have Somethiig to Do With the
Western Railroad Sit.itioi.
PLUSH CAPES ...
We jiluco on Special Sule for Thursday, Friday and
Saturday tho finest line of Silk Flush Capps, 20 inches
long, 110 inches sweep, collar trimmed with Thibet
Fur; a very handsome garment; well worth $10, for
Special Sale only $4.69.
. . . RememberThree Days Only
THE ONLY STORE
THAT BELLS CHEAP.
New York, October 13. J. P. Morgan
will sal! for Europe today on the steamer
Teutonic At b!9 office It was said hi
trip had no special significance. It had
been In contemplation for, gome time.
His stay, ft waa stated, would be short.
It was reported in Wall Street that the
object of Mr. Morgan'., trip was to reor
ganlie his London firm, J, s, Morgan !
Co. It was said that Mr. Burns, who had
the management of the business In Lon-j
don, waa sick and) desired to. retire. I
Robert Bacon, a partner of Morgan in
the firm of J. P. Morgan & Co.. returned
on Saturday for Europe. Mr, Morgan
has a firm In Paris. Morgan. Marjes &
William C. Whitney, ex-secretary of
ebe -navy, went to -Europe, yesterday
from New York. Before his departure
Mr. Mlorgajv wpa rV-porHed as having
been a visitor to Mr. Whitney's country
place In the Berkshire hills. There, van
a rumor that Mr. Morgan and Mr. Whit
ney had a financial undertaking which
required the ptvst-noe of both In Eurone.
Oa this point no Information was ob-1
According to the Journal's poll Van
Wyck is sill ahead In the race for mayor
of Greater New York.
"Llftj has become a burden," was the
message left by Arhcltect Marlus Bnk
kcr, of Spokane, who took his own life.
In the outskirts of that city yesterday
morning by firing a shotgun Into his
mouth. Family troubles led to the sui
cide. Louis Sycher, a St. Louis bankrupt,
testified yesterday that he liad burled
$15,000 In O'Fallon park, and Immediately
hundreds of men, women and children
Klondlkers commenced digging up the
park grounds In search of the trteasure.
The rebellion in Braxll Is practically
ended, the kist battle, which was a ter
rlble slaughter of the fanatics, having
decided the day. Antonio Oonceilhelro,
the fanatic leader and hundreds of hlhs
personal guard were hacked to pieces,
while Others set fire to the building, and
rushed Into the fiaanes, preferring death
Ex-BankPr !F. V. RockafoDlow.
Willceabarre, Pa., (was yesterday sen
tenced to pay a fine of 11408 and one
Tear In the penitentiary for receiving
deposfts after he knew his bank
PERRY LEAVES FOR ASTORIA i
Seattle, Wash., October 11 The United
8tates revenue cutter Perry left today
for Astoria where she will be stationed
during the winter.
Royal make the food pare,
wholesome and dsllcloa.
aovAi auuM aoou ca., w mm.