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ASHOCIATICP PHKSS KIIPORT.
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a Wr lull I lin lirtt mill rlicape.l line of n (ml I'tnrll
Tallinn In Ihielly.
GRIFFIN & REED
THE MOST COMPLETE
Minn nil Rnayes.
Sole Agents for Knox
94 Third Street, PORTLAND, OR,
....The Only Exclusive
THE SISTERS OF THE
Convent of the
IIAVK OI'KNKD TIIKIR IIOAKMM4 AND
Fur rates, etc., auldrtwa th. BuprioreM
OR A DEM
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g n n gs u u u u E m
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UNION MEAT COMPANY
Shield Brand Hams, Bacon, Strictly Pure Lard
ALL KINDS OF CANNED MEATS
Ouarantead the Brit la th. Market
CORNER FOURTH AND OLISAN STREETS
J. N. I. AWN
AMD FOR SALE AT
R. Hawes' Store
and Waoborton Hats
Mount Angel College
MOUNT ANGEL Marion Counts OREGON
Thl I. juat th. place for your boy.
Delightful location, large building! and
grounds, good meals, plenty of healthy
exercise, excitant teacher and careful
trninlnir thla la what they all aay of
MT. A NOEL COLLEGE. Send for CaU
alogu. and special terms,
P. F. PLACIDUS. Director.
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS
It Millar Normal Con run nf three year.
Kenlnr year wluillv prefcimonal.
Trtiililiilf department of nliui armies with I!o0 children.
Instruction and trulii'im In liyninaatioa (Swedish yn
ti'ni), ami Vocal Mimic for nubile school
The Normal diploma la rrpogmsed by law aa a STATU
1JKK CKKTIKIUATK to teach.
I.lllit eiPKnue. Tuition, hoots, board and Miring (ap
pwnlinnlem, IfUS uu per year.
ritmlmiti uoanllni tlivinn'lvna. lll l.Oi) per yeir
AcHilemlo Krinlifi airpt''il twin hlith chiil,
t'ataloitut'a chi rrnillv mint on appUcatt'iu.
'. L, CAMI'IIELI., Prvaldent, or
W. A. WANN, Secn tiirj-Kaculty.
PLUSH CAPES . . .
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IX NEW YORK
Sith Low Mimcy L)lmj Around Loose
In the Streets.
van wvck in Tin: u:.u
Tamtuiy C'oalidtat Tkat It Candidate kill
Via till Betting la to to Oae
ii Its river.
NVw York, (viulirr "('liilm It; tlulm
nvm-ylhliK."' na till" rmrtlu al'.itnl by
itm old maa'cr tlllliMiine of Ne' V'irk.
fur th ruiiii,tii. Tlio nmM awo-i'ln
i'k.im la alitrl by M- r. Hlu .-liiin an I
riki-r. mirfM-ntltia tl Tammany or
rwnllin. which hu the priu'Ucnl In
durwmniii of tli U-Mlnir men urounJ
tnn, m'hi have all af.oi( nvn otTirliiK
il. on Van Wyi k ni cl.Um. bow.
vi.r. Him the Tamiminy ticket will re
'i of the t:n. vifI. rvtrlaicml
In lii.iiVr N.,w y.,rk l arourrd by (lie
liv ixtrty Va.lera.
NVat to T.immany th k real cut dl:iiy
of nmfl.lriu'a l art tl r1inbllran hcad
Hiartrra, wrier tbnre irrini to tv a fen
uln Mhf that iSwiorul Twy wi.l win.
Hili !w'a manuira pnfrM to Ik- con.
tfiit. and lit.wn of (ieurKn To be nltlvd.
Whatever m.iy be '.lie artu.d bilef of
the :eacb-r. Ihrmi l no illiMl!l"il tu let
the Uiltle s.i by default. Thei- are In
pr..tre. ii Khl.y from Jim to W Mica) i
ni.-.'ilni;. Thla ln.-;tid.. ure, m or
II ,i !hriiu a 111 ward room. : U oial- ed
tin.: for the- rein.lilllillt fort n W A n. the
implan the Tr.icy leaders have nr.
rtmit.-l for nn avenuv of ;n ineetlnas
lr tilk-ht. nt each of which there will
a f -.a; I complement of iajM-iikers.
It' har.l Crok.r eke h.Uf an hour ut
Tammany liall today. H.s v)va were
ke. mi the siibjevt of dleclpllnlliff oef
tnlti nil deiiKh-ruJIc Uudera In Klnss
county who threatened to cut Van Wyck.
t'rokrr adrtai-d Bener.nl antlon. Spenklna'
t some of ihe Tiimmunyltcs who hud
iroiie over to the (T.liens union, he snlj;
It In a pec uilnr fact that men who
are km" ked out of Tammany, uK lie-
come reformers, lie thought It was a
mistake to brine speakers from outside
of New York to tell vutrrs whiil they
should do In a municipal campaign.
Henry lleorice was adjoin In a reml.
nlm'cnt mood today. It grew out of the
ipuvttUin of , veracity which hiw arisen
ln-tween him und ex. Controller IrWn oivr
the. mnynr.iliy canii:(;n of 1SS6. and re
lated to the part taken In Ihut ninv.ui
by Rev. IT. Kdwunl MclTynn. which
resulted 1n Pr. MKKynn's rrontn
from the prlesthooil. Mr. OeorRe wild
h0 went to Archbishop Corrlnan to plead
for Ir. McUiynn. "The orx-hlilshop wus
wry Impatient," ho said, "and woirtd not
ls!en lo any explanation which 1 tried
to make cl.xir, but was not in ny way
itntiitnmlstlr to iho Oithntiira or The
Ciitholrc church. Tammany ran Die nrch-
cplnciiml cofletre at that time."
Co). Henry I. Swords, serpen nt.nt-nrms
to tho ropiibllcun n;itloiud convention.
visited Wall street today and offered to
lHt any ivirt of yz.M at t-vw money thnt
Oenerul Tracy will poll more votes than
Soth Low. Ho suooeled Jn placing about
amonic members of tho Stock ex-
hunno and half as much more with the
brokers on tho "curb." "This la only a
small part of tho Tracy money lying
around looms' said the coConol. "The ony
trouble Is we cannot Und any Low money
to put It up oealnat."
Van WjVk still bads In 1he MtliiK on
tho stock exchange, otlda na pood two
to ono that ho wl.l win being offered.
Pit. DA Hit IN TO H1C.MAIN.
A Hush of Business Onuses Him to Poet.
pone leaving Nov. 1, ns Advertised.
Dr. Darrln, the eminent physician and
specialist, at the tviiuest of mnny friends
and the great Interest shown by the suf
fering and afflicted, hna consented to
atay with ua until further notice. The
truly wonderful cures h haa aooompllxh.
ed are belnK testified to by a host of af-
flloted sufferer who can be aeen and
consulted on the mlraculoua cure on
their behalf. It Is safe to ay that no
rwolBUst haa attained the promtnonoe of
Rem ember Three Days Only
It. Imrrlii !n t!il country ond be rwnnvt
help but nvet with (rand .ween.
Thone who arn dlaponed to doubt Ir '
Dariin' rme w-III have thrtr dubt ihak-i
an on readltia the following card from
juIo ' i . uaaon or I'oruand, a man
well and favorably known to all out
reader. Ilia caa. will go far to eatab.
lah lha aklll of Tr, Darrln.
JfliR MABON'H OPINION.
It. Iarrtn-Ienr Blr:-your electrical
IrKilrneiH la nvait undoubl.-.lly a won. i
derful aucceaa. I have been for a num.
-r of yeara gradually l-omlri, deaf,
particularly eo In my left ear. For the
liua; fw ye.nra 1 have feared that I!
would be compelled to irlv. up my law I
prattle entirely. a, at time i roul I not
near wnii enouam to undenr.und what j
wttneeaea leetlrted fo, unlmni they apokej
In a hla-h tone of voir. A abort time
nao I rmrnene, treatlna' w'.th you. and !
now can hear aa wHl aa I could 20 year;
aaro. In fact I find no difficulty at all!
In heartHf anyone apeak In an ordlr.aryi
tittles tt a.'f-klta f aa m . L. a .a
' aaVJI. II 011 IQ njT mil
In my ca your treatment has ttn a
uorwt. I am only orry that I did not
apply to you aoom-r. Refer any on. to ma.
O. P. MASON.
Second and Taylor Street, Por.lond, Or.
Dr. rarrln can be ronaulted free at hla
office In the Occident hotel, AatoHa. The
numerous calla for hla erv1v would
not permit him to leave NovemWr 1st
The doctor haa reduced hla feea to only
CM per we-k. or In that proportion of
time aa the caee may require, to all
raaea commencing treatment soon.
rr. Durrln nuik- a ipeclalty of all
dlaemaea of the eye. ear, noae, throat,
catarrh, dcafneea. bronchltla. la cripie.
consumption. dyspepsia. constipation,
heart, liver, and kidney dmeuses.
Ho ermanenily cures all disease 0f
the aTenlto-urlnary orr,.ina In either aex.
All peculiar femalo troublea are confl-
""""J" treated, aa well aa all acute.
chronic, private and nervoua diseases of
whatever nature, if curable No outs
taken If not.
Most caaea can be treated at home
after one visit to the doctor's office. All
uusiura iciaiiorii wim IT. utirTin are
IN NEW ORLEANS
co.NTrurir to norc. IS STIU OX Trie
Mae Mildred Cast. So Far Reported, of
Which Ion rrovtd tatal-So
New Caes Testerdav.
New Orleans, (K-toler 19 There was
nelrher hojo nor eiuxurogoment In the
locul slttmitlon today. Tho deaths did not
run up to an unusual murk, but there
were enough new ciu'S and fatalities to
disappoint thoso who bvlleved that the
fovor wia on the wane. Tho bourd of
hemUh tonight rciwrts thrt'o deaths and
Jii new nases.
Oii.aB are being rcHrliil from till sec
tions of tho city. Thore have been In
this city up to tlio present time nearly
W caseo, and of threw more than one
hundred hnvo died.
ANOTHER IIOXINO PATAU TY.
New Orivans. tVtotHr 19.-T!u outcome
of tho first boxing match ut tho new
nrenn. tho tinfortunato death of one of
he pnrtlopants, 1ms put a quietus on
"boxing matches" In this city or state.
Doth tha mayor and tha president of the
clnft received notlco front A. r. Slm-tions.
Attorney-Oeneinil Cunninghnm'g cleTk.
who said Hint tho stato would not permit
iMixlng contests bwked for last night.
Mr. Simmons received word from the
club that Cegnl measures would not be
iiccpMsnry to prevent the contest, as It
would not hike pluoe. The postpone
ment Is cause,! by Jack Everhardt's Ill
ness with malarial fever. Everhardt
says he will be ready In a few days, but
tho club will not permit him to fight.
Kid MrPurSand at llrst wanted to clnim
tho forfeit, but finally consented to w.il:
for another opponent and telegrams have
been sent to Matthews. Jack Daly. Zelg.
Vr and other pugilists with a view of
gritting one of them here by Monday.
In the meixntmp- McPartlund will go to
Covngton, acrqM the htko. which kj
wMe open to refugees and has no fear
Wo j.liic; on Serial Sale for TJmrwluy, Friijay niil
.Saturday tlic finot line of Silk ritili Cai.cs, 20 inches.
hK, 110 indie i-Hicp, collar trimmed with Thibet
Fur; a very iiftiwlsouio garment; well worth $10, for
Special Sale only t l.M.
Senator Morgan So Deviates the
Followers of Liliuokalani.
J'LEAStD WITH ALL HE SAW
' Maaaii l Certaialy Coiig to tt State
The Islaidi Are ladispcisaMe t.
the Catted State.
Ban Francsclo, Octoler 1J. Senator
Morgan waa among the paasengera from
Honolulu on the Bolglo today. Senator
Morgan c xpixuwd hlmaetf aa weB pleased
with what he s.iw and 4 he manner In
which he waa entertained on the Inlands.
He Is more than ever enthusiastic on the
subject of annexation and Intimate that
HawoJl will become a part of thla coun.
try before the clowe of the coming year.
"Hawaii la certainly going i be a
state, but whether It will be at the time
of Its annexation or later remains to be
seen. Should it be annexed aa a terri
tory the Hawaiian commissioners will
suny recommend that tho Islands be
admit td to statehood, and a special act
of congress will undoubtedly follow. In
my opinion Hawaii Is abbeiutely Indls
pensaUe to the United States, and we
must have thorn Islands, The ooly op
position I found waa a few Liliuokalani
royalists w rro have no weight over there
and are for the most part royalists for
Charles Buoy Smith is the head of an
organliiUon In New York which la about
to bid for the entire work of construction
of the rapid transit subway at figures
much below the engineers' estimates.
A NEW IDEA
nONDlRAS SIRRESDtRS HER TISCAl
AITA1RS TO A SYNDICATE.
New York .Millioaaires lidertike the Task
ut Liiqidatiig the lidebttdgess
ol tie Conntrv.
New York. October 19 News has
reached Wall street that a Honduras
syndicate composed of the Vanderbllts.
Astors and other New York million
aires has resumed control of the customs
house and banking Institutions of the
republic and has commenced the task of
liquidating th Indebtedness of the coun
try. The congress of Honduras has au
thorlxed ttve issue of J7.50O,(XiO to the syn
dicate. They are to run for !5 years
and are to be applied to tho settlement
of tho foreign debt of the nation. This
experiment of government by a syndi.
cate Is the latest and most fin de Steele
outgrowth 0 the tendency to trust con
trol that has developed In tho United
States or anywhere on earth. Back In
the sixties the financial troubles of
Honduras had their beginning. Revolu
tions and Internal dissersions has utterly
demoralized them, the richest In natural
resources of all the Central American
tn the effort to liquidate the Indebted,
npss the government Issued bonds but
speculators got -control of them and the
nation only realized about 11.000,000. This
Involved hec hopelessly In debt, but she
has been struggling under the burden.
RECEIVER ASKED FOR.
Affairs of American Grocery Company
to be Wound Up.
New York, October 19 Counsel on be
half of a number of stockholders In the
American Grocery Co. ha made aptU
catlon to Chancellor McGIU at Jersey
City for a receiver for the company. The
bill sets forth that the company was
organized in June. 1S94, and made moiey
for two years. During the third year
Thomas Marsalttus made changes In th.
business methods which proved de'rl
mental. Orders were not filled to the
satisfaction of customer and aleuen
were allowed to leave and take their
trade with them. Several article whlcb
bad proved profitable were dropped from
the stock. The btU alleged that Mar
aalllua sought to bring about a dissolu
tion. In answer Mr. MaraaIKu made
affidavit that at the time of the transfer
from the old to th. new company there
were outstandnlg 11. ). of preferred
and ll.irt,i0 of common stock. An aa.
aessment of S) per cent waa levied upon
the preferred and W per cent on the
common stock of th. Thurber-WhyUnd
Company, predecessors of the Amotion
Grocery Co. In return they were to re
ceive a much stock, common and r re
ferred, aa they held In th. old company,
arid In ad-ttcton thereto, first preferred
stock of the new company equal to the
assessment pail .n. On this agree sent
tZli.UA waa paid In and Mriu.lius and
certain frtooda paid In $100, additional.
When he took charge of the company It
owed tZOJM which debt h. reduced in
thre years to $70,W.
Chancellor MoOfU baa reaerved hi de
GEORGE M. PULLMAN DEAD.
Lost to the
Chicago, October 19. -(Special to the
Astorixn.) George M. Pullman, prealdent
of the Pullman Palxce Car company, died
of heart disease thla morning a: his res-
i t-lenc In thl dty.
SUIT FOR DAMAGES.
German Ship Peru and Tug Relief Sued
by Owner ol the Schooner Onon.
Portand, Oregon, October 19. The
ownera of the American schooner Orion,
which waa sunk 4n eorHakm with the
German ship Peru October 4. off the
mouth of ten. Columbia, today brought
suit In the United States court againat
the Peru and the tug Relief for iftxjO
POCKET GOES OFF
WITH A BANG
BOY'S MARBLES. T0l KMfE AND DTSA
SITE ARE THE CAl'SC.
Little rillsw May Lose His Life aid Mis
Teacher Narrowly Escaped
Springfield, Mo., October 19 Raymond,
the 12-year-old son of A. D. Allen, went
to school this morning carrying a por
tion of a stick of dynamite. The explo
sive, which the boy found In a stone
quarry, was in his pocket with a knife,
top. marbles and a quantity of other
things common to boys' pockets.
In getting Into his seat the boy banged
hla dangerous collection of old Junk
against the deek, causing an explosion
which will probably cost him his life,
and which was heard for several blocks.
The child's right hand wus blown off
and In his right groin a terrible wound
was Inflicted from which the surgeons
say he cannot recover. The
teacher, Miss Mack, was ciose by and
had her dress torn to shreds but she
was not hurt. The expOoston caused a
panic among the other olutdren, and sev
eral of them were hurt tn trying to get
out of the building.
THH WELBURN CASE.
San Francisco. October 19,-The federal
grand Jury' has taken "up the Welburn
matter. Ignoring the United States attor
ney and the specal revenue agents, it
has directed tho 1-suanoe of subpoenas
and today will begin an Investigation on
Its own account. One of tho subpoenas
Is for Weiburn himself, the theory betng
that since he did not commit the embez
zlements complained of, as the trial Jury
has said, someone eCse must have done
so, and he may be able to tell the Jury
Immediately after the return of the
verdict acquitting Welburn the latter told
Special Agent Thrasher that he could
tell him who the guilty man was.
Thrasher declined to discuss the matter
with him at the time.
THS ONLT 8TORB
THAT BELLA CHEAT.
IT IS OFF WITH
THE SAUSAGE MAN
Jury Still Out aid Unable to Agree .
CHANCES AGAINST LUETCERT
Jidge Tatkill Aliened tkc Weary Jsrnrs t.
Sleep Last Sigkt aid Try t Agree
oi i Verdict Teday.
Chlcagw. October U. Another night of
suspense la ahead of the defendant la
the Luetgert case. At 9 o'clock the Jury
had gone to bed on cots la the court
room and It was announced by Judge Tuu
hlE that even though by on. chance In a
million the jurors should wake up and
agree on a verdict, there would be no
announcement and the court room would
under no circumstances be opened until
19 o'clock tomorrow morning.
A few minute before S o'clock Judgt
TutUll gave positive Instruction that no
body should be admitted to th. building
under any circumstances. He was told
by ihe bailiffs In charge of the court
that several of the Jurymen were al
most exhausted by the ordeal to which
they had been subjected during the last
24 hours and if they were not allowed
some rest It would certainly resul: In
some of them becoming 111. The Jury
atso seat word that there waa no Imme
diate prospect of on agreement, and un
der the circumstances the Judge ordered
that tbey be permitted to drop the case
and go to sleep. Cots were doxgged Into
the courtroom and within a few minutes
every Juror was stretched at fuli length
and all consideration of the case was
oft until they should wake in the morn
ing. "Tbey have not agreed aa yet,"
said the Judge, when he left the court
house, "and when I became convinced
that there was lirte prospect of their
doing so, and saw how weary some of
them were, I told them to go to aleep
and try to agree In the morning. There
wou.d be no iue In keeping them up all
night, because In the first place two or
three of them would In a short time be
utterly lnca.paci-.ated by fatigue, and no
agreement could ever be obtained from
men nervous from loss of sleep and ex
haustion." There were rumors of alt kinds an Jut
during the evening, all! being to the ef
fect that the friends of Luetgert on the
Jury were weakening. It was known
during the day that the vote stood g to
4, and tonight the rumors were that it
was 10 for the death penauty and i for
acqulttaC. Later, the story la that It
stood 11 for hanging and 1 for acquittal.
Juror Harley Is admitted to be a stout
friend of Luetgert.
WILL VISIT OHIO.
The President Will Return to tha Buck
eye State for Election.
Washington. October 19. The presi
dent, accompanied by Mrs. JIcKlnley and
Secretary Porter, will leave Washington
the afternoon of (he 29th over the Penn
At Cincinnati he wIM be the guest of
Mr. Smld Tappa, a long time Intimate
personal friend. On Saturday there will
be an Informal reception at the Chamber
of ComsWrce. The guest will not speak
then, but -will deliver a short address
at the banquet given him by the Cin
cinnati commercial dub, Saturday even
ing. Earty Monday morning the presi
dent win Beave Cincinnati for Canton,
remaining there until after election, and
will receive the election returns In Can-
I ton Tuesday evening. He will return to
Washington November 4.
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