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Oh,, i , : 1 1 i THElASTORIAN has the largest circulation of anv catr on the CotumblalRlver THE DAILY ASTORIAN Is the biggest and best paper on the Columbia River ft IKULL, ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT. I ANTOIMA, OKKtfON, T IKS DAY MORNING, OIJTOBKR 12, 1817. NO. 67. VOL. XLV1I. XHm APii iff Iff ftffL 1 II II School Books AND . School Supplies. V lit the I'f.l mul i lirn Uliltilt in GRIFFIN THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF Air-Tight Heaters... IN AJTOUIA.. Manufactured E. itst Tor ' Saptrlui" Mute sad Raiuea. Sole Agents for Knox and Wauturtoo Hats BUFFUM PE1NDLET?N Hatters and Furnishers 94 Third Street, PORTLAND, OR. ..ThcSOnly Exclusive OLir Roval Cream Flour FOARD: & STOKES CO. Sole AHTORIA J. M. THE SISTERS OF THE Convent of the ...Holy Names ASTORIA. OREGON. Will roopon tholr nonntlng antl Day Hchool soptmbr 0. Pur rnttw, otc, lutilrcna the 8uprlorM 1'UPII.H KKCKIVKD IN THE HUMAHY. UKAMMAIi AND ACADEMIC OllADKS 1 ho l H i.- I liilit UNION MEAT COMPANY Shield Brand Hams, Bacon, Strictly Pure Lard ALL KINDS OF Guaranteed th COWNEtt FOURTH AND (1LISAN STREETS - PORTLAND. OREGON Tablets Slates Pencils Sponges Composition Books Pens Blotters Inks .cil I ln i if I'en and 1'einil I he ally. & REED J. N. I.AWM AND FOR SALE AT R. Hawes' Store Men's Furnishers., NONE BETTER AgcntH OREGON INSTRU MENTAL MUSIC. PAINTINO AND VOICK CULTDKE FORM A SPECIAL DEPARTMENT Mount Angel College MOUNT ANGEL Minon Count . OREGON Thla I. Juat th. pUioe for rour boy. IvliKhlful locUon, Inrge bulhUnia and grounila, good maala, plenty of healthy rxrvl. excellent t earned and careful tridnlng thla la what they all aay of MT. ANQEL COLLEGE. Send for Cat alogue and special term. Hchool will open September t. P. F. PLACIDUS. Director. OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Monmouth, Oregon A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS IttKtiUr Norinnl t'oiime ol throe yenra. Nfinlor vear whollT imifiwiiinal. TmlnliiK ilcparlmciit of nine Kimlcn with '."oO clilMren, lnM ruction Biol tmlnniK In tlyiiiiianllci (SweiUnh ij- mnil anil ViH'hI Mll.lC for Bllhllp I'lllMll.l. Norinnl 01. loin la rociiKkilit'il by Ihw aa a STATH ('! Il l Ik'll'A I K to tcKch. exoeime. Tuition, liooka, boiuil and loiliilng (ap. unixlinati'iy I, i:n uu iior jeur. Hlnili'til" lioanllng tlicmaelvea, Illil.OOper yer. AciuIkhiIi' KrailoH urcoi'teil fmin hliili i hoola. fainloKUva cnoorriilly m'lil on Application, AihlrcKH I. 1,. CAMl'IIEM i Fronlilent, or W, A. WAN'N, Nooretiiry Faculty CANNED MEATS Beat la th. Market WONDERFUL RICHES OF THE KLONDIKE Late AriUals Tell of the Wealth Ikiiy Shoveled Out. RAILROAD OVr.K CIIILKOOT Will Pi Built at Out by Dodell. Ibe Asiatic hlcmtr .111- toatfact Let Ktid ( Be ritiibtd Jaaaaf) IV Hi utile, Wash.. October ll.-Tho alouint r city of T"t.ku arrived tonight from Ju. im-uu. Aniiirf hr j.i'iig-r wm J'Hm F. M.ilui.y, f Jur.ra'J. wliu "' ruin luwtoii lth the llulvln party. In ii inw-ttrw Willi (M.tnti"ii.l'iil of io A'-" li'fl I : Mr. Jl.il'miy anil: lluiiki-r criik nml l"!d Hoitom cik, Ii com ril. !. will Kual, If not rival hn nil . oily fuiiiuiil iJotun.a-t hi r.i- i.inilo it.rk. Moro i-m-f lally l lhi llu:ikr rr.ik. IMiitl.oi No rue Unit irk 1 moi. tlio ri!tm In In Klotullkfi ilmiri. t. ,m - lulm. on thnt err. k will run IJ) to H"- ...I . ....r.f IOX ''M 0. Jf'. I'.l'liTU'l". rti- MrlKjiialil'. rl.lin. ot.n mini In n am" nrt n half iwhlch l iil-ut II honrBi hivrlf.) in fcnnv. fin Hkof'kum guicn. ht- h ti!-ra liutiitiitit nt No. 2 bIm.v ciivrry, on location No a I .m'l 2. I nw Mi"i wiiginn om or io o" nirlli " Mr. Mtilim.y r.iw w tR.iunrt t.r.m k' l k AIImI with gold lut m 1 h- cwhln of . IHiiiii-irc. Hurry HiMni. MU MiK- nil othcra. Na M Ibmnnxa. ownrj hy fiiir Ah- .-y arnl lull !.fuk will prnluc ti.ti.imi T-n .lay nf-r th.. Irti kft for 'own hrt river, tnklnif th li1. thf Nortn Amrtrun TraiJInif mnd Tntnl irMtlon omivmy hn. a nunrtrr of a mlllkn In t .ifi t inawaon. Trua nui now mplilly th oM accumulfttra Mr. Mnlonry auya That over C.fVi.iv III ninw nut till fall. Thiro nr maika of Kl'l." 'm f1''' ncn wtm in ownrm nnm i u ai - ml.T MP"rrihl will prlu u- Innr t mount, t h'aluto to slvn Uo- M . . tut th" tlmpio truth l Ihnl hlx viir'ou" (rna' will pr.vluco fnun jrniii to linai.tn thi. lntor. Thi5 flkiirrn nr.- trik-m-rlntf hut 'rue." rhn AnlTn. on claim 2. EMort 1. nnmol out ITi) In thrw hour, Thl on Atiffuaf i. Jiimr Tw-c.t in two linur .hovclrnr In on rltilm No. V, El- rnilo. i'.vtuil iiji m oiinofn of coM. WHAT OAI.VIN PAYS. Hcaiil.., ik-i.Imc II. Pat llulvln. 'vho errlvcl hi r. Bal'irl.iy frin tnwwa City. in,! ho ! re..-'i nvl one of ttm lm- nati.i klnta of Khm.tko, win re ho hn engafi'd In minlvg for the pnst Ihrte yir. In an int. rvi io.i.iv r"--vlonlng th"i "ol r.-giw of th north an-l iK'ImallnK 1 -I r probable outp it. aid: Th.ro urn t'".l clnltna whlrh have txen oorat.'.l iirncKciy in pn-vr hum . nca There nn clnlma nirendy ftakvl out but not developed, wnicn i- rrn.M! of thotr bvntlon. In coinw't Ion with oih.-r l.ilnm alnioly ahown to ln i-ry tlch. I hove no doubt will prove f-nunl to the .ih.-r Ml. Tnkntr thcee 741 cloma no-l flirurlna out their cubla ewnen.i. un-i making a conservative estimate. 1 do not, see why the output fr"m thtc lalms alone will fall short of W.oan." : Mr. fialvln iinhesltatlngly V-.ired that nothing which had b."n ptiblNheit. ro far ns h knew, even approximate"! na .ruin j f what Is really collcct.il fci those Breal cold tlcl.li". A HAII.nOAP CONT.iArTKP. Tncomn. Washtilgmn. (Vto!er n.-Oeo. P. Poilwell. or tne two i-nniir.jiiu sloiimshlp lines, ruid Hugh C. W.illioe. vice-president of the Washlnut in etui Alaska Steamship company, '..vei organ, lied the Chllkoot Railroad and Tr.insior. tatlon comrMiny, nnd tml.iy a contract was let to the Trenton Iron work for 1 miles ef Inch wlr rablo for tho tramway, which l to ho In operation by January Construction wxrk hna Ixgun on the railroad, which will be eignt nines nuig and will connneot with n.n aerl.il trnns- lKrt of eight nnd ft half mile In length. Tho lino starts nt "yen ana runs io ("niter lake and will be broad gunge. Tho tramway has a ca.p.clty of IV I'M of freight dally. FOAP IS SCARCE. Ban Francisco, Ofitolvr ll.Cipluln O. J. Humphrey, superintendent or tno fa. clflo Whaling conipuny. haiiing hoatl- quartor fn Trinco William sound, but who spends most of his tlmo In the Copper river country'. Is In tho city. Ho doclaivs thnt the whole region Is rich. but food Is scarce. Peforo leaving Alnska Belknap Johnson liu lk a parly of flfl- from Hun l i with .-x-Hlii iirr II f H:in Lulu iWi at their head, to '"viwr river. Il mV' tin y w-ra well i -quipped, but h nut expect llu-y will su'-d In gelling much further ti t ti. rlvr at ban for a time Victoria, II. ('., October l.-The city i.f Topi k.i .irrlvi'l from Alnrku brlngl.ig Captain 1 l.it-k.-t t ufiil iti'W. of :h schooner Annlii C, Mp. wh'.h ma l.urm-d In Lynn r.tmil. Th" Topck.i brought down fci Cook's Inlet miliars wi.u bring considerable gold. Hurry Homage who aol.l ti rl.nni on Hunter Creek tnr p-A.tM, nlao came down. H anya then are H people In Klondike and only tni enough fur on third. TIIM YI'KON riAIMl'iAD. Bull rninrlmii, fctl-r II. -TlK' "ll aiiyn that party of 12 inKln-'.r an1 arviyora liflii'llnir rudutn Hmlih, IV. J. H. Fiiir-ltorni, W. A. Make im! J W. Hlnitrr. have nHirfp'l for ftfit'lc. ah'T' th.y will Imi rimlforc.-d by lout Wi mm, A tonrwr will l cheirt.-ri-d to curry lhm to rh1lkit Inl'-t and fnm there tlwy will go to Fort B.-lklrk. r.ne of the olijwti. of th ex!linori le to rtz-t'-rmlnf. whclhor tlw S"i mllia that fparnte the Yukon nt Fort Blklrk, from the Ocean nt rhlkut nffonlK a prii th ahli. route for a nillnml. It la prlaed to proe- iect the Yukon country for toh. Th ;artl who have orKanlt"! thi. form'ila-l.- c petition are from Ilowton, Ban Frnndwo ami PuRct Bonml iuil to Ihor. "Highly i-o,ulp V3'SW him lirtj uhecrllxd ' nrl p.iM In. nitANBTf iMTIFJ ASHLEY DKAP. HI. IiOiila. October 11 flrnncomle Ash. Icy a will.lcnwon Pacific const news-purx-r mnn nml writer, formerly n special wrlti-r for ihe San Francisco rail, ami tlao the Examiner. I lying III with ma. lurln t thr city hoaiUnl. tr. Unuin. ioml Aahlcy nocnt two yt-un In Aliu-kn ami In .rll.ly onn of thf drut pot' 1 mi-n niii-illri(r thul cnuntry In tin- I nltol Blntf. Iln him tmvi l.-i1 In rvTy I countrj' "n th RloN. ,Tr, . . fcLLUW IALK REMAINS KING Tnrrir;is litti c norc ix the ychov rrvm situtioy Ttople Will Not Carry (lat the Orders of the Board of Health, and Italy .lack frot Caa tare. I I New Urieaii. OctoN-r ll.F-rom the rc. i porta there In llitl,. hoe In the yellow f"V-r nltlllltliKl. Tho lml of health I- ,ially demon. Ktratlnir that wlih a fair show It Ik alblrt fur moilern m'liiki to r-ntrtct anil fiamp out tho clls,c. hut the ioopl who mu-t KnrTi-r from n atrtrt amillcatlon of olcnttflo m.-tho.... rclH'l. tho renult l'liur that th.- pathway of the board is N iw-t with difficulty, if there WU!t ,,rIc. compliance with thn health laws: If prompt r-port mis mailc of cases, the fever cernn Muld o quickly wlM oui. nut li lvinn to look now ns If from to to now oases would l. ,t,ill.. ,s. i'"1'"' mnn .lick Frost puts n IHviraniHV up Tulay. as n nearly cverj' day since tho fever first appeared here, about r. per vnt f the fatalities nvro tract to noglcrl nnd ft dHvislrnn to hide cae until 1t was too 1,,!,. to save Ife. Tim olhclal bulletin Issued bv the board , h.vilth s!hws V WB- ,-n,0s and four d-aths i SAXTA FH KXTENSIOXJI. Los Ancolcs. October 11. -E. P. Ripley president of the S-mta Fo system', aceom! panle.1 hr Paul Morton, third vlce-presl- dunt: James Punn. chief englnwr. nnd A. Hlss n. assistant freight mannpvr aro here. While the object of their visit I" not definitely known. It Is reported that 1t may In. In reference to bul il'mr of new lino through Teton pass to con. neel with tho San Francisco & San Ju. ntriti Valley rrHlron,,. whll.h , n(1(lr,v built Into Pnkcrsflcld. It Is reponel that i me punt n re officials will look over th.. ground preparatory to h.ntre a survev made for a branch lino . n',' There Is nlso ,i possibility ,n, ,h(1 m' pany may build a line to roach the Yel owstono park, hut on those points the i officials ra reticent. PR. nonixsov peap. SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 'l.-Pr. Luke Robinson, ono of the most prominent physicians In Cullfornin. died suddenly or heart "llsiw cm a Southern Paclllc trnln near Iithrop In the San Joaquin valley. Tfo wus n member of the Royal c olloge of Physicians nnd Surgeons, and ex-presldont of the State Medical So. eloty. hcaldes being connected with the sfate university nnd other public Inst!. i flns. Powell's DMBRausD AUTUbuM WINTER WILL BE ENTERED Aijninst Nicaragua's ConccssiiJO tu tic Atla Steamship Company. A (A)VY IN WASKINriTON Tic State Depirtauft Will Ucaiaad It rrompt ibrotjatioi aa Coatrary to the Kijhn ol tat Caaal Cumpaiy. New York, OctoUr II. -A apecial to the Herald from WaKhlngton uy: Ano-.her diplomatic controveray betwwn the Fnlted Statea and Nlcaragca la lm IM'ndtng s a result of the action of NIc. arugutt In granting a conceslon to a-; F.ngllsh conoTation which It la hlvd nfllcts with that given to the Maritime Canal Co. Fearing Injury to the right of ihe American corporation tlw atate de partment recently cabled to Minister Baker at Managua directing him to ex amine the concession and In caa. It con flict with thnt of the canal company to enter a atrong protest. The result of Mr. liaker'a examination la not known to the department, which Is awaiting with om eagernesa the receipt of a copy of the C"ioeeon. A copy hai reached Wash ington, howeivr. and la In the possession of your correspondent. Te most Impcr t.oit f ature of the contract betwan the Iig!lh onnmrarton kn'wn as the Atlas Bleumshlp company, limited, and the Xlc- nraguan government, next to that which eonf.-rs exclusive navigation rights upon th company, la that which disclaims any Intention to conflict with the canal concession. 'This concewflon." the contract reads. "will not be an obstacle In th. way of ontraeta with the government relative to the opening of the InterooearHe canal along the same Hne nor will It affect th contract for the am wh!ch has ben made." This provision of the contract aeems to b singular when com ph red with the concession awarded to tho canal com. pUny. The first paragraph of the contract reads: "Manuvl Corronel Matua. minister of publlo Inatrucrion, temporarily In charge of the office of public works, representing the government of th state, and Louis Wichmann. representing the Atla Steamship rompany. limited, aceordine ti teh authority given him. have ar ranged the following contract with the Idea of dewlopirp the steam navigation of Lake Nicaragua, and the river San Juan del Norte, which each day becomes less navigable, and to facilitate communi cation to the Atlantic on which great Interests depend and with the expecta tlin of developing the commerce and agri culture and thus Improving the situation of the country." In consideration of the great expenses to which the company will bo subjected, the government "give It tho exclusive right of ste-im navigation in the Slllco lngoon for SO vnrs from the final ap proval of this contract and the exclusive right for the same time of construction of tramways nnd railroads along the line and t the bos! places to avoid obstacles on the river San Juan." Ap!nrently this section conflicts with tho concession awarded the Marltlm-Can-il Co.. which provides that "the com pany shall have the right to construct and operate a railroad along the whole extent of tho canal or the parts of tho same that may bo considered convenient for the hotter service and operation of the said work. The state binds Itself to abstain from granting a concession to a railroad such as might compote with the rnnnl for the transportation of mer chandise." Th contract gives the Atlas company the right to appropriate the lands of private parties which are required for the right of way. The company Is obliged to make with Its steamers at least three trips a month between Granada and San Juan M Norte and vice versa, and to I touch nt least once a month t all the Inhabited ports of the lake. The pus. songor nnd freight rates will be In the nviney of tho country'. In case of war 1 . .... . ' . ""IT" 5 De ' "y government. tne compiuiy Is obllgdl when requested to do so, to begin wurk on all ptirts of hte San Juan so thnt navigation can be. carried on the entlrv year without Interruption. The government agrees to pay the company J5HM attver for feh' mfle of railroad con structed between Colorado Junction and i Slllco lagoon, thus making rapid tran : portatloni to the port of San Juan del Norfe. or C.reytown. The contract prohblts Its transfer to i any other person or foreign company nd specifies thnt It shall not bo transferred to anv other government, tt Is forfeit ' able in case the railroad referrM to Is i not completed within three years. The Maritime Canal company's contract con. taJns an article referring to a concession umbrellas W Have Th-m from go Cents Up Shanahan Bros. THE ONLY STORE THAT BELLS CHEAP. given In 1TJ by the Nlciruguan govern. mum t F. Alf Pellns, which 1 alrnt:nr tf. ihai vruntMl tt .oh Attn cnmt.nnv. I Tim Nlcaraguan government, however, jnnouncn that th ciinal company had j the right of eioronrtatlon against Mr. ' Pallas. Tn. mthorltleg bll.v. that the j Ai'aa company's concession oonfjlcte Juat. I as much with that belonging to th , Maritime Canal comtVuvy as did Pfllaa' ai.1 they therefore Intend to urge thBt ; the new concalom l abr'jgati-d. I CHIRCHES IN JAPAN. lilshop McKlm. of Toklo, Francisco. Now In San j San Franclaco. Cctober 1L Bishop t McKlm. the Etilscopal prelate of Toklo, I Is In th. city. He says that of a total , . t .u- o..- I of LVi.Wrt converts In Japan, th. Roman Catholics are first wlthbout BO.OOO. and j the Creek Catholics second with BKfl. I The Episcopalians number In th. neigh- j borhood of lo.C"). He says that In the I matter of church government, ritual and theology, the Episcopal and Oreek i rathollc churches In Japan are closer Port Townsend. October 1L-A an evt than amy other religious bodies and In. dtnee that gold Is found elsewhere tha.t tlmaSes that the two bodies may aoon ht Klondike, the Veamer City of Topeka I united. The bishop will sail for the 1 , , i which arrived this evenlnf from Alaska, Orient today. I brought down m aggregate of lam.OOO in " ( A CASH OF TYPHI'S. j sold dust, all from Cook's Inlet, th. re- . J suit of this summer's work. This amount Ban Francisco, October u.-Accoroing Francisco. October II. Aecormng ,o Dr. Wlllamson. of the San Francco board of heralth, the first case of real typhus reoorled on th. Pacific coast his been discovered at St. Luke's hospltaL The patt-nt. E. Miller, aged ti years, has been taken to the pest house. BOOKKEEPER ARRESTED. DENVER. Oct. H.-Wllson E. Shank, i formerly heaj bookkeeper for Rlg'er. ; Bnrlow & Co., has been arrested on a i charge of embezzlement. It ts said a ; shortage of tV wras discovered In his j accounts after he disappeared from : p-.yton sixteen months ago. Shank says the money he took was due him for back salary rl salary promised him. VAN WYCK TO BE PULLED DOWN TV1JUNT AI AKfD AT TnT SfV YORK I JUTORUTY SITlaTlOV Jsttqe f.ivoor Vill Be Raa as a liited' Dcnocritic Caodidite V'ith the nope of Scaring Hear? George. New York, SvpternVr tL- The Journal says: Nathan S'.ruun and Richard Croker have held a conf-rnc at Great P.;ir. ; rlngton. Mis'.. wl:h Judge William Gay-! nor of Brooklyn nnd Colonel Wlllam L. ' Brown. Out or this conference It is de- clared thorj w'U com- a readjustment, of the democratic city ticket with Judge Gavnor's name In the Dlace of Van I Wyc's as the candidate of the party for mayor. It is known that Mr. Strauss "in Mr. Croker went to Or.it Barring, ton to urge Judge Gaynor's acc?pance of the office. He will be the candidate If he accepts. Mr. Strauss was selected as the; spokes man of Greater New York demo ;t icy on account of his closo relations with the conservative business Interests of the city which Judge Gaynor believed earlier in the campaign was averse to his candi dacy for the office of mayor. Strauss was empowered by the democratic pro visional commltttee to say to Judge Gay. nor thnt his prospective selection for mayor at this time had been submitted to the business, men of the city and approved by them and that the dem oemfic organisation would support him unitedly If he accepted. These represen tations wvre made to Judge Gaynor at the" summer home of Mr. Strauss and the mon discussed the matter at length dur ing a drive to Lennox. Judge Gaynor was disinclined to ac- Regular office hours from 10 a. m. to 5 cept a place on tho ticket on account p. m., and 7 to 8 In the evenings. He of his friendly relations with Henry ' treuts all chronic diseases, blood taints. George, the IndcpeniVirrt labor candidate. iOM 0f vital power and early Indlscre Judge Gaynor said to Messrs. Strauss tlons. though no references are ever made and Croker that Henry George before hi the press concerning such cases, ow. accepting tho Independent nomination for ing to the delicacy of the patients, Ex muyor had told him that ha would not j animations free to all, and circulars will run If Judge Gaynor was a candidate. , be sent free to any address. All prl Wlth this courtesy In mind Judge Gay-' vate diseases confidentially treated and nor hesitated to give his consent. He cures guaranteed. Patients at a distance has the matter under advisement. . MORALES ON TOP. San Francisco, October 11. Mariano Lopez, ono of the prom(nen); citlrenj ef Guatemala, now In this city has re. oeived tha following: "Tapaoula, October . We r triumph. Ing. T will rommunicuto.! to you the'de-i tails of the battles, against the despst. ! Morales." Lopei has received other irtessages, the most important telling of the fusion of the liberals. He says the so-called tak ing of Queznltennago was merely mn abandonment of that point for strategic riwisons, as shown In his dispatches. In regard to the forces at the command of the revoutlonary party, the latest In formation Is that there are 17.0o0 men, all well equipped and wawtlng for nothlnir. either In supplies or ammunition. BIO GOLD STRIKE. PFNVER. Oct. 11 A great gold strike l reported near the revenue tunnel on Mount SnefTels, in Ouray county. Tests run as high as JlW.Ooa to the ton and JICXI has been taken out of two cubic feet of rock. , : THERE ARE OTHERS THAN KLONDIKE m . r..elK. The KkheS of Cook Inkt Dcsbribcd bj Returicd Miners. LANE COUNTY, OREGON.1ALSO ..... . . , . I"iet Rich Quicksilver Kiiet U the ' Black Batte Croap Vill t5 Oe yeloped it Oice by Capital. .trlbuted among 8 men who are rtch , trftM are reported at Cook, Inlet, but the men averaged 13 In dust every day they workol Provisions ar. reported aa j pterttlfui and at reason ible price, at . Cook' Inlet OREGON WEALTH. Port Towniend. October U. Jacob Behr- : man, who neia an option on wn w ! known aa the Black Butto group of qlbek ! sliver mine, located In Lane county, ! Oregon, sixteen miles from Cottage Grove, J ha, succeeeded In getting; some capital. lists Interested In the scheme and the money for the first payment has been ! advanced and th. deal closed. The mines, ' are Immensely rich in quck silver. There I are, so Behrman asserts, no less than ' tOOO.WO tons of ore In sight. Develop J ment work on an extensive seal, will be started at once. THREW AWAY HIS CRUTCHES. A Railroad Engineer Joins the Long List of Patients'Cured by Dr. barrln. Portland, Oregon. Mr. Editor Pear Sir: I hold It to be a duty as well as a pleasure to make known through the press that which of all other things Is most essential, via.: The way to cure pain and sickness. I was confined to my home with- sciatic rheumatism, kidney trouble. Inflammation of neck of the blad der and trenettil Indisposition. Could not sleep more than an hour at a Time. All means I tried proved unavailing. I was prompted to visit Dr. Dnrrln through tlw advice of my friends who had been cured by him. though, I must say. I had tittle faith 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 comptaints have all dlsap ' peared, so I can take command of my ; engine. W. HAYS. j Judging from the testimonials that are ' published dally It seems there are but few Ills to which the human flesh Is heir, which cannot be relieved and gen erally permanently cured by Dr. Dnr rln's electric treatment, and cases that have resisted other efforts have yielded to his power. These cases embrace al most every kind of curable disease, and. ' as said before, no man. woman, or child need despair of relief and cure while Pr. Darrin offers invaluable services. The doctor will remain In Astoria until November 1. at the Occklental hotel, and will durtng the remainder of his stay, treat all cases at the rate of K w week or an that proportion of time as cases may require. The poor treated free from ,9 to 10 a. m. dally, except medicines. : can be cured by home treatment. Med iclnes and letters sent without the doc- tor's name appearing. i " ' ' ! Royal makes the food pur.. wholeaom. aad dallclou. Fovozn Absolutely Pure soy al imum aoHa co., Tons. m