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THE DAILY ASTORIAN li the
blgecit and best paper
on the Columbia River
THE ASTORIAN has the largest
circulation of anv caw
on the Columbia River
KULL ASSOCIATE! PRESS REPORT.
VOL. XLVII.
ASTORIA, OKKOON, NAT. IM)AV MOUMNO, (H,TOIiER 2:,, 1H!7.
School Books
AND .
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Slates
Pencils
Sponges
Composition Books
Pens
Blotters
Inks
School Supplies
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)luiiitpr
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imci 4 Itaaijta,
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Cowboy
A liw lot arrived toduy and they nrr
beiiutl'H. Wo have them In nil r m.
with p'.nld biui'la mill l:t'hi-r trlrrmil.-m.
Wo nm B"lllng II. o ariinaj fr
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..Each..
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Sole Agents for Knox and Wauturton Uats
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J. M.
THE SISTERS OF THE
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ASTORIA. OREGON.
HAVE PKNi:i THKlll llHAKl'INil AND
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For rutoa. etc., tvlilrtvia the Superioress
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FORM A
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DEPARTMENT
it
E2 Q IS Efl E3 U IS
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h n u u u u u m
Mount Angel College
MOUNT ANGEL Manor, Count., OREGON
Till li Jiiat th. place for your boy..
Delightful location, large building and
grounds, good meal, plenty of healthy
pii'IYImc, rxoellent te,oher nnd careful
training- thl I. what they ail My of
MT. ANOEL COLLEGE. 8ond for CoU
alogue ant special term..
P. F. PLACIDUS. Director.
1 la . C 1 rT! i It J
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
MonmoHth, Oregon
A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS
Kewul.ir N'uniiKl Con mi' nt throe yours.
Senior yenr whollv iirndtcionnl.
Training ili'mrlmiMit nl nine mil. let with '."itf i lill lri'ii
Iiml ruction iiml training In (iyimitutii'k (Swedish sys
ti iui, mul Vocal MiiiUi for imbUo school
Tho Nnriniil illilonin la rccoit.nacd liy law aa "T.VTl
1.1 KK CKIUiKICA I K to leach.
Light exiienm. Tuition, hooka, bimid aud lo.lKitiK (ap
proximately), Si:lVoo per your.
Stmli'iita iMiiirillnf tlieinnelvoa, tilii.oo per year.
Academic if rades accept d (rum hlrh schools.
1'als.loituta cheerfully ncllt oil rt plli-Hlt Hi.
Adilri'M
P. L. OAMI'IIKI.I., Pn-iilrnt, or
W. A. WANN, Hwri'liiry Farulty.
UNION MEAT COMPANY
Shi nrand Hams, Bacon, Strictly Pure Lard
"INDS OF CANNED MEATS
luar.ntMd th. Bert In th. Marlwt
OUSAN STREETS - PORTLAND, OREGON
OBECOS'S IMPORT
AM) EXPORT TRADE
'hnt l Ncicsrv tu Tut It In the
I'ront Kunk.
Vl'AK AM INK STATION M :i"Ii;i
Dry Dink Unmet Next, mi Aloria
I'unland Mt Fill Toucihcr
Coal HooiCfi WDtf d
"TIhtii ii rv rnnlm. k lK)ih In I'orM 'i'dj
and Anturla." Tin-.' '-rn 1)1 oMlj
Mr. Krunk Wnlpy, iiK'Jit of th. vw llrn-
f rl-iitiil !niirr Ui th t.'l 'inliift
Jum i-IhI41)m l.y th i. It. A N. Co.
1in Uilktnu- t an Aatortun r.-portr
yrwlmlay.
"Hon ,..y, liotli I ". .r l I.iikI und A'lor a
lll aukr U to II nil that thry nra mill
nr In tlii nrtiK of the wimiry f
'him-lB-win.' Ttxrv art. Ilv.. turn In l""tti
rii.. I nm Kkul tu ay. but thiy art
lint In Uir nuijoit'.y. It la rit
nr.. to Icirn of th.. rltn In A'lorU
of auoh an uriruiliiitlon a your ti'i'
tnlillah.il Aatorl.i I"riK!r.-ailv Comnirr.
.-I, it a.o.-i. i hn, nnd 1 pnOlct llu-y w-lll
ii.v omt.liah (rr.t thlnpa for A'.. r-n.
)l n rlin whtib- fVluml'l.i rlrr Tlirp
nro afv.ral rryinit ii-vuiitlTi ahlrh one
of Mm nirniln ra t.Cla ni- Will In- taken
u. ut oni-o with vlifor.
Tlw . It. A N. . tin dor- . h for
tb tli of 'r on. and 1:1 r It l
i-nt itforoua nutiiiiKnirnt U lolni; r rc
than ov.r U'lViro to l.iil.d u' o-r n..i i
trl. roiiiiii.Tic and .iKii.iU 1 nrr. Tlir
ro.nl la la-lni: roliullt In i:ir-.. ur.
ti:i la-en l r.lltrllti'lwd out lind KM'toa
Hilui-..!. Tlw irrt tliruuish liiu via tli
I'nlon 1'iu'lfli" lint U .-n ri ''n-!id. l-ul
nnu-t Itniavtuni of 11II. .1 tlmt i-'.aKu, mfl
i rn att.iniahli !liit Willi tlio orient ha
l-.li ratal)hvd. Th llrxt tfnni.r, tlie
Pria-nmr, I fxrv-ot, will urrlv rwr In th
tnornliiK. ll. r la I )a oxirtuiilly of As
toria and Porfimd to roina-t with Sun
Pati.-lnt'O on tho wouth, and th Caiuullan
Pm-lfii- ut Vutn-otiviT. and thf Northern
I'urlllo ut T.ifoiiM, on tlw north. If
miiirtvd, o nro h. rv Ho may. Tin
ntiht la your, ixm't lx- Imokwurd lut
conilnir forward. We nd imr work
aa wl oa moral Mipt..rt. Work for tin
lino, nit tin- 80111U0 ft'l.ow.a lo for llioir
(mJ,itn. Tlirrt ur no nnuv.luicka tlwr..
Hvo tin your Rid will ruid nal! tOKi'tlivr,
iHilh Aatorln and I'ortl ind, and Wi nil)
win.
"There l otif mattaT of rlnu Imp Tt.
nni. nerdi'd IniiiHHliuItvy nit Astoria.
11JI1I that la 11 irovernm. nt qunrnntlnr !.
Hon. Wo do not want ito brlnit jmnH
pox hero, nor do wo exptvt to. but th
lawn nro atrlct and If, reh iiUM", 'tlirre
uliould Ik- liny mishap, what doe U
nu'iiii? t'ur tniuta would havp to t;o to
Pint TVwnseanl and at.iy there In qunr.
unllno lb limit of tjm, ihua proat.y
liakiylna; tho dliaohnrtte of cargo nnd tho
himiMJnjf of IniKlnpaa. Tlio Chaimlier of
Comtiiorod of I'ortlaiM h.m tha matter
up with cwnsroa of tho estal'llshmetit
of 11 iiunriiMlne ftatlom ut tho mouth of
(he CohimMa river, and I understand
your 01iamlor of Ootnniereo ban l.ikvii
similar iictloii. Ir. J. A. Fultnn. your
licallh otllcor horo, and Dr. Porry, marliu
BiirKOim at Portland, aro Inith lieartlly
In favor of tho station u.nd hive done
all they ouuld for It. No result have
yot Itoen achlovod. Atorla iuiO Portland
must Join hands wnd vigorously push tlie
miilkr with tho dcit&rtnicnt and with
eoncress. Nevor let up. It la of Him.
mount Importune-. Our ilnovxf boat will
10 hero refttilnrty, and other nhlpa from
forelKii iKirtM an- arriving atl the time.
and many mote will come In 'the. finuro.
I utideratand a bill ha. i,t.-s J the houso
nnd Mono to the somite. Some one should
eanip InWiishliiRton d watch this m.it-
t. r and hixi that It Is not alaiwwl to get
slilelrarked. It could eanj' 1 don, una
enerKV do It. Your new a.snoclaton
I Mlove wld have a hiuid In it. nr.
1
Fulton or Dr. Perry can tell you the !
exaet mania of tho matter today. Hut
work t what In wanteil, and hard work, i
We cannot afford to sit down, like Ml- i
im'.l run wlui! tiny waul, and mut
Imvc
"W'biit rt'i you xiv t to do f..r vtt.
biiiik"r fur oonllny tb's.. bljf o mh
rt-nm-rf Tb- l not a itu- In yoiir
Iwarlior today whera1 1. alaianvr can !
properly roalnl, and yt the flmt temer
will I twre fm-rrow, W wunt to co.J
liar, but aa thliiaT are at priwrit It run
only I dona, at Krmat rxjM-nw and Va
of tlnif. Tliai -ile- on trw Columbia
want alilpa to fitrai Imtc, Ihm niitxirently
do nolhlnit to k.aj lli-m rwrat afta-r they
pti-t t h-m. I am paklritT now for oth
I'ortlntul uiul A'torla I am a Portlander
Inyaelf.
"What would we do If a largo llnrr
lrjk down or nclfd bf lauttom m rapl
whlta- In Hi" folunibU? Thero In not u
dry "bai k on thai (.'CMJUibfa or Willamette
rl-ara tluit foubl aawvimnioalH'U. a small
war . ii of our ateitm.-m or even
an ordinary s.illlna veaisvl. s wond.-r
liuallia on ".lie Bound in InieaalliK,
Ihtp they have ail Iheae tlilnira.
"Vhi, tlw-re la lota for ua to do. I am
roidy to taka my ooat off with the rt
hut l- t iia kk to work and puah push
PtHII."
Wh.n ixked wluit wnuid le the ixdlcy
of 1I1 at fi if biinlnean afta-r Astoria's railroad
aa finished nl whnthnr th tam-r
would ! dlix'harve.l ha-re. Mr. WoiHey
aaid the (pia-ir.lon w.ia a very cmKl.
rate-l ine. "Vou are irolnK to have a
i...Tnll.f r:i4r.id, aji4 all no doubt
ret lain .the !na-tlt from It that ha lae-n
antlrlimtaM."
UNITED STATES
CAN BETTER WAIT
fJKimctallism Thau', Can England
With Her Troubles.
(iREAT nKITAI.VS FI LL REPLY
Will tit Soon rablishtd-Vay Left Opel
Tor farther .Icijotiatiors Entoys
V ill Ce 10 ftris.
WIRKS DOWN.
List nlrlit tho wire of both th
toWraph cmn(ilea went down In the
atorm. coiiseijiia-nt'.y nothing but the af
terrtoon tWeirraph rp.irt bi publlBh. d.
Tlw break on the W awtern I'nlon line
' 'il of their new up-to-date line be
tween the rtty and Tonrue P"lnt
IDSITIVETSHE
W.S NOT LOADED
BIT THI-: MLM.K tlf.KlS HI T NtV 1 VHItK
VITtl Alt MS roit tlDX.
B r Aitot Sj lbc l Not a Filihusterer,
and I'almu S.ittt .No Expcditioa
Left Nch York.
Now York. October 22. Tho Herald
nys;
Tho H.-rald has made lnvotlsratlon Into
the aUt'aTod dolKifture of tho tillbusterliiK
exiMllHon from New Y'ork on the
BchoomT Silver Ueas la."t Siitunlny. Aa
to tho surtplcioua eJrcunutances attendiiiK
the datatrture of the vossel, 11. P. ltrown.
her aat.'nt. muld: "There Is nothing aus
lilelouH ulaiut tho Kalllni; of the Sliver
lloe)i. She tk nothlntt which could be
retfanlcd aa eontralxuid sood.s. She saileAl
for Norfolk and Charleston In search of
11 cluirtor. Am hit iikxtm I should cor
talnly have known If she had taken any
cnruro from this iiort." (
Destlto the emihatlc denial of llrown,
tho Hcrnld Ooarna fixim otlUM- sourves
that tho Silver Hoots did leave New
Y'ork Saturday nl,rht bvidod with amis
and mmmunttlon, and tint who went
itttwt to sin. At some poln: on tho
hhrh sixis she Ls expected to transftr
Iter rartro to another craft which would
have turmoil men on boonl, whoso detitt
nallon Is Culm.
Thumati ljtrada 1'aliiUL, the OuUin
representative, said: "I 11m positive that
no exoihlltkin loft this port for Cuba."
New Y'ork, October 22 A dlapatch to
tt.e Trllmne from Indi.r says:
Tlie reply of the Brituih government ,0
the monetary pT.fiHa of th t'nlted
State, and France haa been prepared by
tlie chainvr.or of the exchequer and will
prolaaialy tje puUlshasi hi the laondon
pmaia t?fore the end of the week. It may
be Rummurlxi aa a courteous refusal
to entertain the pTjpueitiorui submitted
by the two governments and an equally
polite Invitation to cwntlnue the nego:la
tlons. Tlie refuaai s unequivocal In u".
llnta and the Invitation to go on with
the monetary diplomacy la a trunsvirent
compromise to save the feelings of the
iron, minority of the bimetaUtsta In
the cabinet.
The ministry, acting upon the Invi
tation of the financial expert of the
Indian governmem, alectinos to reopen
the mints to .ilver. This was the chief
concesulon whloh waa aaked by the two
governments and It haa been refused,
under various peas of expediency and
necesalty butsal upon the txbMing condi
tion of Indian finance.
The chancellor of the exolietjur also j
discusses tho other coneeuelons mhlcn !
were considered In the various confer-
ences with the Amerkui and French I
anilxuasadors and the .three enwya and !
virtually refuses to act favoraUy upon !
any of the projiosjils. At tlie s.ime time
he txprvasaju the wUllngnees of the gov.
ernmerrt to proKng confeivnces and con.
slder any protwstUs which, may b. pre.
sentcd. He suKarts no alternative pJun
dlan finance. InduatrW! depression In
Itncanahlro and disordered condition of
Eastern exchange.
BRYAN PARTY
IS THREATENED
DR. DAKRIN VVIUa REMAIN
In AatorU Until Further Notice, Owing
to th Many PaUemt Coming
for Treatmant
Dr. Darrln haa now ben practicing
hi. profession In Astoria for three months
with bri.llaot uooeaa anal during .that
time hundreds availing themselves of bis
peculiar pr&ctlce have been abaoiutely
cured of diseases that had bifT.ed the
skill of aii the old school practitioners.
Caae. that had been given up, and pa
tients who bad been advised to spend no
more time or money In the fruitless at
tempt of trying to cure an Incurable dis
ease, had been teat from the doctor's
office, frequently after a few treatments,
with new lease, of Hfe, rejoicing, pain
tea, and weil, and crutcbea have been
thrown aca-ay to be taka-n up no more.
In fact, the doctor ha worked wonders
and brought Joy, health and happiness
to hundred, of households. li s rooms
are never without patient, during office
hours, and few. Indeed, are the cases he
treats that do not receive permanent
benefit, as the tof.owlng card will show:
PAIN IX HEART TWENTY" rEAfUj.
Mr. Editor This is to certify that I
have had a pain In my heart and breast
twenty yean, and tried many physic
ians, without success. After four months'
bom. treatment by Dr. Darrln I am re
stored to health and giadly give my tes
timony In hi behalf. I reside ax Sliver
ton, Oregon, where I can be addressed
or referred to.
C. W. BARKHL'RST.
Dr Darrin will remain at the; Occident
Hotel, Astoria, until further notice, and
will Ln future treat cum with -efflrw Bryan force, in Illinois would baa aplli
or home treatment at the rate of ft a ; ln twain unles Harrison recousfrWeal
week, or in that proportion of time, as nl Intention. "As a Bryan demoo'at t
case, may require. The poor treated free,
except medicines, from I to 10 t. m.
daily. Patient able to pay, from 10 a. m.
to S p. m. Evenings 7 to S. Examina
tions free to ail. All curable chronic,
acute and private diseases, treated with
electricity, and medicines hen required.
Carter Harrison I'roposcs to Co to
Tammany's Assistance.
CHICAGO PLATFORM IN PERIL
Bryaiite. Declare Tkat Mayor Harris.
Will Not Dart to Disripe
h Tarty.
New York, Oct 11-Th Press Mys:
Carter Harrison's Intention to invmd.
this city with hi cabinet atid the Cook
r
county inarching club and speak her.
for Judge Van Wyck on October JSth 1
likely to disrupt the Bryan forces In th.
west, according to the statement mad
by mend of Henry George. Th George
movement ln Greater New York ha been
receiving substantial and moral recog.
nit Ion from western democrats. Th. an
nouncement, that the mayor of Chicago
who was .elected by the Bryan force ln
Oook county, ha been Induced t? con.
to New York ha aroused the Utu-r re
sentment of the local (Kort men
lawyer and president of th. allied liryan
lawyer and president of rt-e aHd Bryan
Over clubs, la in town working rn' Hen
ry George' Interest. He was 90 exe'ted
over the report that Mayor, HrHaon wa.
going to Tammany's assistance that' he
was offering to wager tl.bW ihut rn.
SUICIDES IN ALASKA.
ChlcfliTO. Oct. S2.-A letter by C J.
who worked hard for success last f"'l
ln Illnols." iie said. "I denounce M."Jor
Harrison and declare that he will ln j.
sense represent .the democratic sentiment
of his own city and state If he take
Tammatirs aide ln tnis conteat. We
recognize Henry Georse as the only can
didate who stands on the Chicago plat,
form and represents the true principles
of democracy. I know that Chairman
Orr of the democratic state committee of
of his own. but leaves the two govern- j Gregory, formerly of Chicago, who left , Ulnois. and Secretary Bent.ey. of the
menra free to act upo their ows respon. I
elWlity, rf they ohoose to open their own
mint, to silver or take any other meas.
uros In , the Interest 0 bimetal. ism.
Those bohind the scones say the minis.
tens expeoted very different reports from
tho Indian experts from what they have exposure- It costs II to get a letter Georse says:
1
here for Alaska In August, la a clear same committee, agree with me In this
portrayal of the hardship of the WTiite same statement. I stlB believe that
Paas: Harrison will not imperil his party In
"There have been six suicides." he ! the west. w we'I as ln the east, by In.
writes, "three l.angings and eleven kifl- j terfering ln this contest in New York."
Ings, besides a number of deaths from In an Interview In the Wjikl, Henry
UTES ON HUNTING1 TRIP.
Vernal. Utah. Ootoln-r 22. The Utes are
I Rolnir to Colorado In great numbers for
their annual hunt. Settlers suy there
are tnoro Indiana crossing thai lino than
over hefoiv. They nre sujlcn and 'lusts:
that tho deer llonir to them and they
Viro golnn to kl.l aill irhey want. Colorado
people are determined that tlie law shall
be enforced and trou-bto Is feared, as the
Utm soom determined to have what they
ivsrard as their rbrhts.
HOOK MAKERS laOSE.
Cincinnati. October 22. The lOnqu'ror's
IxmlsvlrV upeolaJ says:
On account of a manipulated stake race
nt T,ntvinln. yesterday the lociiil poUrooma
ouwher, to see whnt will turn up. As- cashed tickets, really void Just mfter the
orla, belrg the harbor at the mouth race won run. The Turf Exchange and
of tho river, should take the lead, rather Newmarket were hard hit, the former
loefng J2700 and the fritter J3000. The
poolroorrt people think the wire was
tapped.
than merely abet the action of IVartliuid.
turt both together with a long. Htronir
reoelvevl. They were prepared last sum
mer to order tlw resumption of silver
coinage If the Franco-American pro
gramme was adopL-u, and they contl-
dentty believed that the experts of the
Indian government would t." united on
the exied:ency of this course. When the
reply came from tlie experts. Mr. Eal.o'ir,
Mr. Chaplin and other convinced bimet
allism in the cabinet were disconcerted
and even monometallism itKc Sir Michael
Hldcs-Boiioh and Mr. Gjschen, were
greatly sunriod. Tho necessity of act
ing upon tho advice was amvirent to
neutral, like Mr. Chamberlain and tho
Puke of Devonshire, who had an open
mind on Wris question, and Sir Michael
llicks-Keai'h was Instructed to prepare
a c.ueswricail reply to the prosiwts which
bad been submitted, doellning to accept
them, but leaving the door wide open
for a ooratlnuacu of the negotiations.
This last lilt of politeness w-as meant to
conciliate tho ilisa.poiiued blmcta'.lists
In -the cabinet.
A conference has been arranged which
wtl bo attended by the three envoys
aud rcprctscnuitiYvS of the two eiuUusiea.
A reply having been received, the only
question remaining for consideration :s
the proiH-r course to be followed by the
American onvoys. They will naturally bo
to Paris and discuss tho matter with
tho M1lite government. The question
will then arise whether the two govern
ments can undertake to go on with their
monetary program without the reopening
of the Indian mints and tho moral sup
port of the British government.
The French ministry may not care to
persevere In a blmotaHHo policy undi r
thca conditions and the McKin'.ey ad.
ministration may consider it prudent to
break off negotiations temporarily. Cr.
tulnly the United Slates with tlie pro-pax-t
of heavy gold Imports, an Increas
ing? Income and a revival of prosperity,
la In the better position for awaiting
the eventa o he near future than Eng
land with ita haraeslng problem of In-
1
through to Skagimy and 10 cents to get j "Let Carter Harrison and his friends
it mailed. Prices hore are very high, come here. I; won't ".ose me a vote: It
Flour at Lake Bennett brings f'fl per ' wHl simply be the efforts of a corrupt
sack: bacon 11 per pound; beans $1 per machine to get another corrupt machine
pound. Horseshoe nails bring 50 cents out of a bole. If they are so thort of
a piece. A pair of shoes will bring any cam-mien speakers, why don't they get
price you want to ask; overalls. Van Wyck to make a speech?"
Always
Works
Right
The superiority of
the Royal Bak
ing Powder over
and above all
other kinds is
never so manifest
as when tried in
comparison.
It has greater
strength, and all the powder in the can
is of the same strength, and will do the
same perfect work.
It is the only powder that will hold its
strength for a long time, or that will keep
fresh during sea voyages, or in damp
climates.
It always makes
the finest biscuit,
cake, doughnuts,
rolls and muffins,
and no cook in
kitchen or camp
can afford to be
without it.
ROYAL
Baking
Powder
ROYAL BAKING) POWDER CO., NEW YORK.