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VOL. XL VI I.
AHTOKIA, ORKWO.V, KINDAV MOKNIWJ, OCTWIKR 24, 18!7.
Wo have I In- lip.l mill rlii'i.i"l Una of I'.ll nil I'olM'll
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Delightful location, large building and
grounds, good meals, plenty of healthy
exercise, excellent teachers and careful
training this la what thy aJI (aay of
MT. ANQEL COLLEGE. Bend for CaU
P. F. PLACIDUS. Director.
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS
Itaxulitr Niirmnl Cunmo ol til i year.
Senior year whullv rnf4Mi..nlil.
Training dcpitrimeiit of nine mmlcs Willi MO liillilreu.
Iimlriictloii Hud training hi miiaMlcs (Snfdb.li njrv
tern), mill Vocal Musln fur nil'lli-niiool
'I'lio Normal llilnr!ii U rf'iKi 'icil by luw as a M'ATr'
I.IKK CKKI'IKICATK to teach.
- Light rtiieiite. Tuition, books, boiinl ami lodging (hp-
protliiintcly), aMYiK) nor yenr.
Mi ml ! m Warding luciimelves. Ill i, no per v.'r
Ariiduinto grade accepted from lil.li school.
Catalogues tieerfiilly scut on application.
P. L. CAMI'IIKM., President, or
W. A. tt'ANN, Sccrelary Kaoully.
Ships Now llcinij liuilt to Connect
PACIFIC MAIL IH I.M KKKSTFI)
Host Will Kan Via ! Efsicisco Hour
Mill to Mc riuilt to 'ply Tbcm
Tlio tiii-M t.i-irraphl.' Information Irom
rl.ui l'r.ia li'ij states lli.it thn
M.iil Ht.-umhip company l bolMing Iwn
in.Ml.ni, l"'Mil 1wtn ti-w I ram hip
..f (li Atlantic Hut !!" .TI- at lit
er . lli- uHTlnH-nriit f 1 iMin
will HM on 'I'" run lwiw'-m K.iii
rr.iiwiwo uii-l tb Orlil, wltli Hoii'JiiIij
a !Kirt .f c-nil. Tin"" !i" wl.l '
fur iM-rlr in Jlnl of imI jul roin.
f,,rt. lo iuiy now on tlx- Pn'ilfis im-.-oii.
Tlin I'lolflo Mull l C. P. Hiintliik-lon.
It H wrl! known ih.i: II nr.iliiiitoii l
tiU.tliiK two larac Klr,ini.-r ol Newport
In li. u.liiit thn l.-l. hTMm y. M.-rl i' ,
a jrft.mloeiit AMorl.i pro rty owm-r wU:
A ur aii.l Ixtlf lfo Mr. A. It. Ilom-
m'.ii.l iKl to ni Thn-c urv ImlMinK
two initlrm, lo.i'n.ttin pIimiii'T. lo '
iwrrii '.he Orloiil and Atorl In n- ,
mi I, on with our ralirniul. In fact. Iw j
a.tlil tlwit tho tinilili linn w th
prima rraaon f-r l.uiMlim r.Uro.. I,
jioj that hn w.i only afr.il.1 thi roail
woiilil not ! flnlnhM lufon- the firm
trainer arrlti-.! He tilil nx- that t! e
teum.TW wouhl mn VU fan l'"r.iin loo
inia . noiik-h toiKtiHXft wan ei.iiilih il
h'v f k-l tl'-'n In nirii.." from the
Cliiml.la. Thu ahlpn will ! docked at
Hiit-el wli.iv th. hit en h.i 111; slit
wlfl I mail.' with the rn rvi.nl T )'
wilt not o to IVirtliinil. Im May ' .
Haii itu iit who ivlt. rn'tl. AKam In
JVn t.i.ii.l tin- oth. r day Mr ll.iinm mJ
i-oiitlrtn. ,1 th. 'e la:. ni. titN to a, rh nU
..f nun... Piittliirf io .nul ! t.'ti.ihir
Iho Pa. Itli- Mall h! ti n..w lnill.in m it.
I hi our.
' Th.' prinrliMl tratllo for th. m- !.hl
at tho li;!milriK wis N- Hour Hour can
l furtiuUctl clwuM.r wnd of the mt
cra.leH. from tho t'olunil-la river, than
frtmi S.UI l Yaiii-Iwi). I ant nuriil I y
Mr. lli.iiimnii.l th.it a arKt mill ounpaity
liua arrantted to ctvel a piunt h re. to
aiipy thew ahlpa. To do thla they will
hate to turn out ani tmrt: a day. Thr
millH will In. runnkinr ta time to grind
Iho wheat crop of l'.,
I'K. 1AKK1N WILL UlC.M.VIN
In Aatorl.t Until Further Notice, Owing
to the Many Patieiv.s Comlnn
lr. IVrrin haa now Iki-h practicing
1,1. pron-aalon In AMorla for thro mouiha
will. I'.i llant um-oe,. and durl.iB that
tlmo hundred,. avalllnK il..-ma.tlve of hU
peeullur pnullce lu.t.i been atwoluicly
cured of iIibi'.imh that had hi IT. id the
rklll of n-i the old aoh.iol practitioners. '
CuiHH that had Ik'H (then up, and pa.
tlenta who had Ihou udtl.u'd to s-nd no
mora lime or money In tlx- fruitless at.
tempt of trying to cure an Incurable dls
oiuo, laid Wen aent from the doctor's
oftlce. frvqueiuly after n few treatments,
with new leasea of life, rejoicing, pain- I
less and well, and crutch. a have Iven i
thrown away to lie taken up no mare. ,
In fact, the doctor has worked wonders '
and brought Joy, health and happiness
to hundreda f household.. Ilia roonia .
iiro never without patient during office '
hours, and few. Indeed, ore lie cases he
treuta that do not receive permanent
bonellt, ns the following can! will show:
l'AIN IN HKAKT TWBNXV iKAIUJ.
Mr. Kill tor This la to certify that I
luivo had a pain In my heart and breast
twenty yeara, and tried many physic.
Inns, without succesa. After four niomlis'
home treatment by Dr. Darrln I am re
stored to henlth and Kindly give my tea.
tlniony In hla behalf. I reside at Silver
ton, Oregon, where I can be addressed
or referred to.
C. W. HARKIllRST.
Pr Darrln will remain at tho Occident
Hotel, Astoria, until further notice, nn.l
wl.l In fm'.iir treit ail io wph uffnc
or h'"i lru t iit'-nt nl Ihr ruin of t",
W"i-k, or In that roprilon of time, iii
l uni-n may i" ulre, Tli. l"XT tnnlcl fr.
X't in'-'ll' -Inra, from li to ID a. m.
iVilly. r.itli'iiln ah- lo !', from I'i a. in.
to 5 p in. I :v,ti1iik 7 to I ; i n,l n ii -llona
fra lo nil. All mrilil'i chronl''.
iiciilc and rlv:u:! Hrav, tnitli'l with
elwtil' Hy, ami iih-'Ii-Iii wlo-n r.-qnlr-'l.
VOVAOB Of A cTTI,E
Hun Frail' )', (x-toUf 2J --A lo!tl
him ix-i i-lv4 ly thu brum-ti hylro
Krn,lili: ofll'o from Martin Kl'l, of the
I4awl of Nut, In tho Ktll"- Kroiip, con.
laMnK I"imt thrown ovrrlirt h)Cup
I. tin lUrliuiil of I ho Hrltiah h.tfk VII
lult.i on AuK'iitl 21. I, In Utllixlo 9i.
ihtIIi, i.tiKlluln Kil S i':. It win
lt-k.-l i on 11 i' 5 'ootl on the ahor
of Nul. Ii.it Hik lrlflil In llial Iiiik ;s"!
MCKIiKUKIi ANI Ht'ItNKH.
IMIoxl. lllni.., ixlolMT B-J. I.. I'.irK.
hor ami nlfo wirn muril-r.-d l.mt nlKhl
uiol Ih.lr pUl'iot- hrtl an'l thi- Unll-
COIOUIII1..1 In tiio finne Th.y lt-l
ttir-.- inlli fr-m hlal try.
llHKAII OK I'ltiMIHK
lunvlllf. P.I.. (xttoU-r S.-Mra. Cirrlc
rlii':i. ii wlilow, rt.ia U-.-n warvi'l
dnnaK.n for ta-nu-h of pp.mU-.
j,,,m fl.-nmnl, ard 71. . ivtlre.1 eupltal-
Ik'Iiiv Hi" 'l.'fi'tvl iit.
PERILS OF THE
(1REAT DEE I
TfRrilDir TUK or hnlfknTCn IN Tflt
SOI Id StA5.
l ate ol the .Hurvicrji jfl bail Scladi ai Told
bv tke urtitor Vithoat food
Ixniilofi, OctoU-r S. tonil M ite tH-" n
f th Norwegian hark SWad.iii. Captain
Ja. ifar. from New.iiH'.lo. N. 8. V., on
July 31. lv.O. f,r Honolulu, w-hlrh wan
wr.i k. d In the South Seoit In AuKuat, lv..
him arrlvi'd In IxohIoh with u doien of
tho aun lvorn and ttil.f a. terrlWc atory
nf tholr oxix-et-ncx-H. Tho Si'Iiulon struck
t10 rt-tifa off PHarnuek Island on Auctiot
;.Tho crow w.ui oNUrtxl to Uiko to the
l,..ts and ilw vtwi flKe.1 ao rapidly
mtMX ,1(.r, -M n(l .ln. , BttVp oiothi
wlll1, tni.y Kirply j,, ft.w. provinlona.
tlu, wm,1!W llml oh(irl Thpy
forwl the noxiant. Kleven mm manned
e.M.h (rf m, ,wo an, m(l(1(- fof
Maiden Mnnd. as thorw w-as no refuse at
Starluii-k Wand. Fallltur to find MUile-n
they trl.il to Mm! n.rUtniaa Island. Af.
tor .loten ilaya thu tlrst mates kkii
capsixiil and tho mate drowned. The
t"oninU)na entertM the other Iwat. which
wan alrady dsal,,.
I Tho h.iit of the sun H'i4,, ihelr faces
Mj Wacktflled am)
!Wl.1,M flvm (f w;iu.r T)e oWV
.....,.. - nnn..xt.,na lr,
vtwael was a smail flying llsh. Captain
Jaetrer finally died. ICxhaust.xl and al
moal fnmlMhoil they knditl on Sofia
l.iland St-ptcnilHT 6. Heiv Ihvy lived ton
monlha on turtle, birds and Uumims.
the i-rpeivtor dylnp awn after they
lajidod. (tnnlly they put off In a aniidl
Uat luid hailed a steamer which took
them to Suva, and from 'thoro rhcy trav.
t'letl to Sydney.
,,,,. ., ,, j . ..
I'tilte, Mimt., (K'lol'er 23. Adam Kara-
. , . ., ,
day, an old-time milter here, was granted
it divorce from his wife. Ida Faraday,
who la at present In IVnver. This is
tho sevonth action for divorce between
tho par Una and they have dissipated a,
fortune of Jl.vo.OiHl In liHa-atlon over the
KILl.KD I!V DANCINtl.
American Fork, I'Uili, October 23
While eiiRageU In the mazy whirl of a
wait, at a Imll given t the Hera house
Inst nlRht, Mis MiiRKle Rushton, one
of the Holies of the town, aged 17 years,
dropped dead on the floor from heart
Cowboy Hals. Kite. Ladies' heavy out
ing flannel Night lluuw. uM colors, JU-25
each. All-wool Klderdown, 33o yard.
Full width Sheeting, lj'jc yard. Ladle'
all-wool Stocking, lOe pair. I'mbrellas,
45c. AB our UuIUs' Capes and Coal at
half price. FuU sloe Bel Spreads. 75c.
Double Blankets, 65o pair. Apron Ging
ham, 5o yard. Best Calico, 6c yard.
This week at
OF THE WEEK
Winter Season 0tns With Presence
. of I'rince of Kales,
Till: .NEW YORK ELECTION
Source ol Mich littrot-Cuken aid Other
Cakea- .Hnhility Opt! Skapt
lyjiidon, fxtotxT a fOopyrtichu-d by
Urn AJisocfcited Preaa.) Th. ra waa a ud.
din Influx In town during; the paat week
Mti tmArt. of tin- lorire Ixnulon n-aldnces
are oi-ni-d for the winter .-jiv,n, while
tho hoti and rwlauranta urtj crowrdMl
iiUfhUy. The Irli-tni of Walt-a and her
daiiKhtr. I"riiiciH Victoria, arrived from
r-nmark on Wednesday and ihe Trlnct
of W'ulea returned to town from ahootlr.g
bl Norfolk on Thursday They will re
main at Marlljorough house for aeveral
day. The lMnce of Wales Is building a
larva riding school at 8vinilrini!i.im.
an.1 Ita extreme drvumenix-e is a tyd.
The Orenter New York eb c::on am-n.
Itl-s are foEowed with ctisid.-ralilo In
terest, especially the re"ee.ita:ton of
Mr. IUchord Cniker as a crony of the
I'rlncw of Wales. The London Figaro
on Uie subject Say:
"Tho impud-nce of the Nt York pol
iticians is laughaHe to those who know
the extent of the Prince of Wales' ac
quaintance with the Tammaany chief.
When Croker brought his racehorses
here he waa Introduced to Wares In the
character of a great aupporter of the
1urf. Immediately, however, the rut
ning of tho American horses fell under
suiition. and Croker was dropped like
a hot potato As It was. Croker never
lirogreiwed further In Intimacy with the
Prince f Wains than on one occasion to
offer him a light for his cigar."
The anouul Kennel Club show opened
on Tuesday, at the Crystal Palace w:;h
emlrles, breiikkna; the record. The
exhibitor Include the I'rinoe and Princess
of Wales, the Duchts of Newcastle and
the Marchioness of Cunningham. Te
principal attraction was the eighteen
dogs used by Jackson the explorer In
his recent Arctio Xedltion, and a Schlp
perke with a set of false teeth.
AiKthr exhibit which attracts many
people Is the dairy show at Islington.
Among the exhibitors there are the
Duchess of Newcastle and Marlborough,
Iho Countesses of Craven, Delaware and
Lonsdak'. Rareness BiiriUtt-Contts and
Sir Thomas Heskcth, .who manic) a
daughter of Senator Sharon of Nevada.
There has lecn one more oae ex
ploited of fooll.sh persons In the I'nltefl
Stales w-ho were male to bcliew fairy
tali's of wealth awaiting heirs In Eng
land. Mrs. Nokwi and Mrs Baffery of
347 Bust Seventeeth strvet. New York,
arrived hero a fortnight ago and called
at the office of Mr. Charfcs Russell, son
of the lord chief justice, setting they
wanted to cctHevt 4i0.0u0 i1J2.XlV.'XX' be
kmglng to lb heirs of the O'Neal' estate,
adding that they wanted the mo:iey the
same week so as to te able to return
to New York on the steamer which
brought them here. Mr. Rustl examined
the documents, w hich showed no evidence
of being of stigiitesl value, at the same
time Unfortnlng his visitors that no such
sunt was unclaimed In chancery- The
two women having spent all their money
on the. voyage from New York to Eng
land. Mr Rtvstftill paid their nossnge baek
lo the United States and they sailed on
During a number of years post mem
ber of the nobility have opened shops
In London and have been soiling anything
from bonnets to milk or potatoes The
latest luldiUon lo Ihe llsi has Just blo?
somexl out In .n adwrtlaement In a lead.
Ing church jtaper l: whkih the enter
prising noble m'an says:
"A lonl wilt supply, post free, chick
ens at 3 M, duck 3s 4d. ralibits at 2s 3d
per pair, turkeys from 5s and
geese from 4s 6d trussed for the table."
IJeutenant Winston Churchill or the
Fourth hussar, son of Lady Randolph
THE ONLY STORE
THAT BELLS CHEAP.
Churchill. Is actlnf as war corre.pon(lnrrt
for trw Daily Telegraph in India.
Mrs. liM-ngtry benefit to the extent of
3'i0 yearly by the clmuth of her hunbn
The Hon. Klla BcarMI, oMt daugh
of Baroness Abbiger, widow of the third
I'.aron Abtngr, orul daughter of th
tale Oommoilor. MagrudiV-rm, V. 8. N
i eompwing a course of medial .turtle
"ooX'of Pari- 1. dlvMJ between the
reroni-fllatlon of the prlnre and Prlnceai i
rle Hugan and the vlait of Mile. LiKy
Faure, daughter or ths president, to lh
Duchess U'L'xes, who atulned eonsklera
We notoriety by glvlna; a, vary large
aum of money to the Boulanglst cam. J
pa Urn fund. Mte. Faure vUtiwl the
duchess because the grand duke and
grand duchess Vladimir of Russia had
accepted Che invitation of the Duchesa
d'1'x.-s to a hunting party, which Is tan
tamount to a full political absolution
for the Woulanglst eacapade of the
OLD SOLDIER DEAD.
Valparaiso, Indiana, October 23 Unde
Charles Decker, the oldest man In Por-
toco, and proiaMy the oldK soldier of
the late war. Is dead. He was 99 year
old. During the war, at that time being
ft ynar otd. he enlisted In oompainy
I, Nineteenth Indiana cavalry, serving
one year when he was discharged for
TO GAIX MENUS ST.IXATHT AND CON
CILIATE TDE REBELS
Belief ia Coart aid Official Circles it Had
drid That the loitcd States Skous
i Trieidly Dispositioi.
New Tork. Oct. 23- A World special
from Madrid say a: j
A high diplomatic personage who has .
special mean or accurately Judging of .
Spain's motives, claims that the queen I
regent and the Sogasta govenrmem are
sincere, both in their wish to obtuln the '
sympathy of the American government j
and to conciliate the matoritv of the
Cubans, especially the whites, whom the
new policy seems to detach from the Insurrection.
Many obstacles may retard ?! real!, exposition of his proposals shows that
latlon of the liberal governnwmt, tne PresUlent McKinley knows how to choose
diplomat continued. ' First, the condl- ' a mam of talent when a difficult. If not
tlon of the Island makes the execution hopeless piece of work is to be done
of reforms and the taking of elections outside of the United States. Lord Elgin
very difficult: secondly, the division In and his colleagues' have never done
the autonomist party makes Its Bupport finer work than in their dispatch whlah
unreliable Just w-hMi the government has laid the silver ghost In India for
wamns it to be the corner-stone of the long time to come. Its facts are con
new regime. Thirdly, the ambiguous vincing and Its logic Irresistible."
attitude of the so-calted Spanish party- The whole press applauds the govern,
the constitutional union, makes mischief merit's decision and agrees chat the bi
ns Kb proffered support la conditional on metallic agitation Is virtually kUhfX
the government making no large exten-
slon of the electoral franchise, as that
would deprive it of the control of the
municipal and prot-lnclul councils and
the consular assembly. Fourthly, the the Herald from Madrid says:
creating of a local assembly with a re- At the ministerial council a dlspatdi
sponsiMe executive is exceedingly un- was read from Itifvainia, stating) that
popular in Spain, and is combaoted even General Weyier would refuse to relln
by Influential liberals and newspapers, qulsh power before October 30. Your cor
like the Heraldo and Imperial. Fifthly, respondent was requested to say on be
mUitary men share the opinion of Gem- half of the administration that no c re
end Blanco and Parado, that rigid mt- dence can be placed In the dispatch.
Itary occupation of the four western pro- since according to advices received by
tinees of Cuba and very active oiera- the government the ministry aintlclpates
tlons In the. two eastern province are nothing but obedience to its orders. This
indispenslble to complete pacification, statement is all the more generous and
and can only produce results in a few the more worthy of belief from the
months if the United States stops en. fact that General Weyier is by no means
tlrely sending expeditions, and nil other a persona grata with the administration,
assistance to the insurgents. Sixthly. Tne pregs oantmue, to harp Dn lh.
prolongation of tho struggle with its
terrlblo drain on Spanish finances and
embarrassments impending to the tune
of SS.00O.00O a month, on top of the H00.-
000.000 already spent early this winter, j
wit force Spain to pledge the resources !
of the peninsula revenue to raise money '
to go tho pace mj Cuba.
Hence the anxiety of the court and
government to secure the goodwill of the
United States which is shown in the ad
dition of a new colonial jiolicy In mak
ing promises to settle the American j
claims after poclfloatton and hi holding
out a prospect of advantages for Amer
ican trad and American capital In the
West Indies. Views on these delicate '
matters aw feeing exchanged between
the two governments with great reserve. ;
Prbobty none of (hem will be placed
officially on record. Tlie prevailing opin- j
Ion In court and official circles in Madrid j
Is that the American government shows I
a temporising and friendly disposition.
i The Pres. Applauds the Goveromeflt's
! RcjCCt,0B f Hfs Proposal.
THE SILVER GHOST IS LAID
Biajetillie Ajitatiot Regarded a f irtiall
Milled So More riuicUl Adykt
Wasted from Jmirica.
London. October 23.-Commentlng on
the international monetary .negotiations,
the Times aaya:
When the extent and significance of
the American proposals oome to be gen
erally understood we shall be surprised
if wen the Mmetalllsts'? venture to con
tend that they could have, been accepted
as the basis of any serious International
agreement, Sir James Westland'a dis
patch Is an admirably reasoned atatsj
paper, as to the American proposale.
Aside from the reopening of the IndUa
mint it sj difficult to understand how
they could have been treated with trav.
iry by the British statesmen. It Is really
amusmg-we do not Uke to use the war
amusing we do not like to use so haran
a word as Impertiiwnttbat some gen.
tlemen from the United States should
come here to tell us how to improv
our currency and banking. The counsela
of the Fox that lost his taH are dis
counted by the common tense of man
kind. The Dally Chronicle saya the public win
read the story of the negotiations with
not a little surprise. It calls the seoa.
tofa European proposes; "cool" and aska.
"What of Mr. Balfour and his promise
in the bouse of common In March of
lat year, that the government would re
open th. Indian mints?"
The Morning Post, the Dally Telegraps,
the Standard and the Dally Newa an
comment upon the sweeping nature of
Senator Wolcott's proposals.
The Dolly Telegraph admits that It
was very "adroit to take advantage or
Indla'a difficulties." The Dally News
says: "Had the proposals been known,
public opinion woitd have killed them
In a single day, but a cabinet containing
Mr. Balfour has had three months t
give them their quietus. "
The Standard says: "Senator Wotcotfa
WEYLER MUST GO.
New York, October 23.
filibustering expeditions. El Imparcia!
aemano8 that a memorandum be sent ts
Royal nukes the food pore,
wholesome and delkbjm.
SOTAL SWIM SOWM SO., Ml WMK.