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' ... 't ), ,9&rJl'MS ... . v U I-. . i a. .. WiV Vail VOL L ASTORIA, OIIKGON, KATl'UDAY )l')RMN(i. JULY it. ISM. 4K -OUR Stoves Aro not nmdo from tho Mrnj-ile or in a kindergarten school. Eclipse Hardware Co. We CJIvo Trodlng HtnmpM. rf-J jjgj i GRIFFIN RALSTON... HEALTH CLUB Acmf Gluten Farina, Arme Whfat Flakes and Standard Kolled Oats j AT A. V. ALLEN'S! . . i ASTORIA CASH GROCERY Tenth and Dunne' Streets. Look nt the I7ollovltm Wc.Urn Kclincry StiKttr, 1H poumU for l.. KotlBt ColTtiC 10 " I .(Ml, CtHiJguulityTca I " .:. KollcJ Outu 8 " .35. Dcitna 10 .2ft. JarniiRlcc ' 4 .'2ft. (iooJ Qunllty Flour 1 Suck .7S. Oyaturs ; 1 2 Cans l.(M. TIUHt(M" II 1.00. Here Is a List 0t some High Grade Goods at moderate prices RALSTOX HEALTH PCOns' la fjrc'nt ve'flct'y fresh from the mills. AROMATIC Sl'ICES guaranteed the finest. TILLMAXN'S IT RE EXTRACTED CHASE & SAXIJORX'S (COPPEES arc un rivalled Together with a' host of other good, things. s ' ROSS, HIGGINS & CO Hem Zealand Fife InsuFanee Go tif New Zealand. W. P.tThomQ8, Mgr., Sari Francisco. UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS. Subscribeil Cnpital Tnid-Up Capital AsaoU Assets in United States Surplus to Tolicy Holders Has been Underwriting on the Pacific Coast over. Twenty-two year?. SAHUEL ELMORE & CO., Resident Agrnta, Astoria, Oregon, Tinware BOOKS... Blank and Miscellaneous. PAPER... New Crape and Typc-wrltlng. Waterman Fountain Pens ' Mox Decorated Paper i,.i Knvfiiw..H. & REED Breakfast Food1 Barley Food J Select Bran , Yeast j Cocoa ! Price.. .Country Produce Bought,1 $5,000,000 1,000,000 2,545,114 300,000 1,718,792 Improved Mikado and Empire Cream Separators. . i I I 1 Th.y (ft th. t!mpii and nv.i .metal r.r.tor. ir.d.. Tor ..1 by Foard & Stoke Co.Aitoria Your Wife Will Ilk li; to will th. rook. Stiir ICstnte IJnnjje S.ilify .11 wb.i uh thrm. n trm p""ai mm If your better half do, th. cooking that I. an adillthtnai reason whr Dim hould b. a Blar E.tat. K.ng In your kltrh.n. Th. u. of th.m prtvent. worry ana 0,..ppom,m.nu V. J. flCUIXT. A.ent. xl Bond BtreeL ,E2tIIllIiP ' ' Andrew Lake!;" j saiCOMMEUCULHT. !... Merchant Tailor... perfect Pit Guaranteed. Low Prices, Rt pairing ana Cleamag Neatly Doae. THE PROOF f th. ptKMIag nil lit eauag M4 th proof of Uqttora IS IN SAMPLING ft (t-r That', an arranest that'i eon elu.lvs a damoa.tratloa. Oar will .taad U MR. HUGHES & CO. ASSURANCE SOOHTi: OF LONDON. Eitabllha during th relga of Queen Ann. A. D. 1T11 FIRE AND LIFE. ubacrlbed Capital ....I tM.OOO M '" M,401,iU W Burplut to policy hldr 4.N1JM M Xzoiu.lv of paid p aapltal Law Union and Crown Fire and Life Insur ance Co. Subscribed or gurnt4 sap. Hal M.IM.MIM Capital paid P 1.M.B00 N AMt ,UM Catton, Bell & Co. Oenaral Agtnta, Saa rraaetao, CaL Samuel Elmore & Co. . Realdaat Ag.ata. Astoria Oregon. INGERSOLL IS NO MORE Stricken Down by Heart Disease in the Presence of His Wife. THE END WAS PAINLESS Had Been a Sufferer From the Disease- Ever Since Republican Convention of 1896. 'DIED AS HE WISHED iOb of America's Most Famous On- Philanthropist. j Xt.W VuitK. Juij- fl.-UWri G. In. I i i!r - .11.-0 at home in Ltubiu Kerry, i ; X. V., till afiiTtfcwii of au.nilt'xy. I Ilia Vm r'ulirj from hf.tH Jlrr, j from whii-li h-. ImJ ouff.'rrO time l&. j lit Uut yrar. ihinna Die ivuiliin n. tloiutl c-ii.-r.ii.in, lit :k i 1.1 .nil tuul to rt-iurn Iioiimi. llr mvr fully rv -ov"r from ili albu k of tmn dli ; ami ! uii-Uc th imtv o' pliymclui. I itibtnni!y. Vt the iie; tliree, iktya Mr. Inswaoll hint not twn ferin( well. Lajrt nlKht he wa. In much better heai'.h and .pent a IwrtVm of th. eventim playing- bl-lkard. with IViJ.i i X. ArVt-n, tu aon-nv4aw, ' and 1". Fadrelt. Jib. Iwlher4.i-taw and ; prhate ei-rary. He teemed to o. in j tx-itcr hertllh ami .flrt-. hen h retired !4imii he hud len for -vrral da. Thl. nw.nii; he rose at the unual hour and U.inwl hix family at tMakal. lie then id he ha.l . nwlw hu. " better. He had been .uff.ruig from ad. i ,i i j j chest. II l and tlKh:ivw about the did not think his condition at .:i Wrou I After breakfast he te:- phHd to I if. Smith, hi. physician, who id. at Hell llavvn. and toKl Wra of hlalAtasika Packers Association COCO ivrrniee duiig the night. Dr. Smith Id him to continue lo use nllro glycer ine and that he would see him during the day. Colonel inerscXl spent the morning living In a hammock and U ting on tlie veranda with number of hi family. 11" said he was better and had no pain. At 12: he etnrted to go up stolrs, , ' . On rea.'hlng the head of the stairs, Colonel lngwro!l rurnwl Into his wi'e". ' Anooortes Pa -king Co JS.0O0 , I'KKIttlKo lacking Co 15.CM) room. Mrs. Ingvinoll wi there. To- Ittosade Strait Packing Co 1.500 gilhr they dlH-tissed whtit they would I FRIDAY HARBOR. nave for luncheon, and Colonel Ingersoll Paciflo Amnrlcan Fl Co 1S0H0 suid he had better rMt rait miK. owing'0' T' ''" Co. S.ooO to the trouble with hi atomai-h. He .eeinel In giod spirit, then. AtXer talk ing for a few minute., Colonel Ingersoll niKH'.l the room and sat down in a rocking chair. He leaned his head uiwn l is hand, which resteil on the back of the ohtlr. Mrs. lngerso'l 8-kp.I him how le wu feeing, and he replied: "Oh, bet. ter." Thcs,. were his last words. A second after they were uttered, he aas dead, rhe unly sign notloed by .Mrs. Ingersoll was that th whites of his eyee suddenly showe.1. There was not even a slh or i roan as dtstth unie. The Uivtorg were hastily calliHl but their verdict was death hd come Instantly. IW.tlt came to hlin as he had recently cxpnwsed a tkvslra It should. He often. 1n old times, said he wished to die .lowly, nlih a full roiisclousnms so he might tell tlii-se about him iiow he felt. Re cently, lie experienced a change of desire to die palnl wsly nnd wltlvout warning. (Robert Cnvvn litgersoll was born In Presik'n, Yates county. New York. Au gust U. 1S.U He- 'began the practice of Utr In Shawnevitown, III., but In 1S5T re ingveil to Peorta. In 1S62 he became col onel of the Eleventh mini cavalry. In ISfili he was appointed ait;torneirenere) for IMIn-ils. and In 1ST? refused the post of minister to Germany. He first attract, ed notice by his eulogy of James O. Ulaine hi the national reptrhltivn conven tion tn'Olnnlniuvtl In 1ST0. and also by hi. Pecmration day oration In New York In 1SS3. Hut lie 1s known principally on at count of hi. lectures and books which rltlclse the Bible and the Christian re. Igun. Ho wrte The Gods and Other Lecture.; Some Mistakes of Aloses; What Kluill I to to lie Haved? I'rcwur Poem and othr wrk. II took up hl reI dines In Xw York oily ab-u 1W) . NEWS OK" THE NEWARK. LIMA, I'wu, July H-OfTlcec of th. I'nitnl ft:o. milder Newark will vl.lt Anquli. and. If the Urn permit, will go to Lake TUIcat, nearly U.OW feel aljv Uw levH of th , COM IXO TO THK CUP RACES. NHW VOItK. July H.-A dtpatch V tne Time from lymdon My.: Sir Thorn Upton hu chartered an MO tun steamer wid iniMxI. to uk fui to lAjnrrka to the Amerlr' cup race.. I'tXJKT fKA:SD BALMtlX PACK US A FAILURE Alk I'ttle My Mike . Uttl. Money. I Jut All Other, dttnd to Lore . Gre.t A jiT"(ondiTit wr'anf from Bttle to the t'olumljl. Ktver l'.cker. A.ocia. tin ghei some tntwwtlns pxtK-ul-r. rrt.rtve to the flxhtnc MuMry ia the I'uxrt .ounil 0l!rt-1. K'f-Trtnf U the omeitut iiri cxMkl.tion prevalent, he any: , 'Thl. may oe onwiilered an off year f.ir rkrytm. V there are a few who have ivolial fairly well -Uh tlu-m. The fo-T h. the Alaska Packer. Udoo j are the only ri! who have really j rrm.le any m- n-. Thta ki beue Owy tia die locatKinit. The run commenced J iIkmi the unu.tl time. July 3. and hould ronrtlillf from 33 to W day.. The pack Uf year wasi IM W rajie. A. V"r the llt Ik-Iovt tiu will ee what h. Ix" n ao cumpIHied up X) July 31 thl. fusion. 'S' lumct. for trap flh have be n mad. at IT crtH-1. which wis establblied for ou:iUnt. ToiUy IS, 9 and 23 cents have rulil. TM ! the -ar for humphark. Tin y run from 10 to O day.. 8 Ivei. or , cotnw. a thy are now oalled. do not ! .how a. mat In run a when tture are . n Jiumplxukv Xfirher do So taJmon. ' ti. alnvn are jmbleci to weaciier condition. Ll i quwrknv mnr now) Joint thj KX-ke) will run. Ttiey have off wonderfully In the lat f-w j ' days. I think the run of c'all flsh will be ' atl. h.-re f"r the reaxons named. : " think rhe Pacific AmerlcMt FUh ! Company haa oversold heavily. Nearly j ' . . , Ttljviw INM SVtnp W f, IV l. T A JV I an v aii i puttlt In traps. Tha Fraxler river out - put t a failure, the total pack being W.IXO to date. This is reliable. The following ! Jfctt Is explanatory: ALASKA. nUAINE. lacino Xorth-el Pai-klng Co.... 1 i'lUUlo Amerk'W.n Fisih C I0.UO i AUoA-onh & lmnne lO.lU'J FAIRHAVEX. Falrhavm Canning Co SOOO Paeltto Amertiwn FUh Co li.ao Aberdeen Packing Co lj.000 U'MI ISLAND. I.uml Island ... Chuoknut, M. J. s.ooo Kinney 1.000 AXACORTB3. PORT A NOBLES. Ntuionul 'IV'klng Co l.tV) Total 1S7.5UO THli XEIIALEM VAU.EY A FLOURISH IXO COl'XTRT. Ook1 Roads Only Needed to Make It An Important "Tributary Section to Astoria. Johnn Young. -ho, wiih Albert Dun bar, Duncan !MeIean. George Nelson, John MeiCue and ung Werbyn lAun. berry, comiiosed a fishing iarty Into the Nehnlivn valley, tells of some interest. ing exierlnces which Ix'fell them during j their outing. "We are Just back," said Mr. Young. "and haw had the fun of a lifetime. The ( only feature which in any maimer marred the Journey was our difficulty in getting j - .tinned. The liveryman said there were I too many of us, and refused us ithe lLrht agin we wanted. But this was easily remedied by our persuading Johnny M.e Cue to walk out to Olney, 10 miles, where he Joined us. Tlie liveryman, however, was very sagacious in his Judgment, for Johnny's additional welRht or per.iaps It wvre beCter to say, the execrable con. dltion ot the roads, caused Us to break sovem wheel spokes, .train on axle and fracture tlie dashboard. This happened after leaving CHvsy. We camped, in Olney oui first nitfht out and had. as the boys would express It. a warm time. In the evening we observed a orowd of young people filing across the brWge. and on mqitlry learned that there "was to be regular old-fashioned country dance up the hill. Someone In our party (Continued on Pag. Three.) DEWEY ON DISARMAMENT Wants to Know What Nation Is To Leal; Says Oars Shouldn't. BANQUETED AT TRIESTE Fired Ten Shots i Minute AfalDSt Three of tbe Spaniards at Manila. BROOKLYN STRIKE FAILED Six Italians Lynched ty a Mob to Louslana Cver Quarrel. ) VIEXXA. July U.-ln tbe course ot an lno-rvk-w had with him by a repreaenta- live of the Xeue Frele Preuae today. Ad miral IX-wey. when ak-d what ex lectrO would te developed from the tn urnacioral raw conference at The HaKue. txld: 'Vhi Is to diAir-m first? The expert mem wa trit in -the United State. j and U k Vha.t It cnai u. to ge-t ready In i time and how we bad to ear the Ihtjc? We n'W think d".ff.tvntly and are butld i ir.g 40 mi of war. We ahaU.not be taken j t y .urpne and found unprepared again; : and It is hard o befteii-e. In view of our ! terrific enrejons, that the other powers jwill .bunion the alvan:ae of their ar mament and give them up. At a lunquat thl. evening, after rhe i nasi to PresM-nt MoKinley had been drunk. Mr. lidrrla proponed the health cf Admiral Pim-ey, who In reply Mid man. jw suicereiy ana anna j 1 " 0Ur si hllIn- CapUiin FasM responded to the toast j "The American Navy." Mr. Harris then proposed "Tlie Captain and Crew of the Clympia." and retjuested Admiral Dewey to relate somXhing of the battle of iMa- nWa. The admiral replied: "I only know that, having asked the steward for some thing to drink, he gave me luke warm coffee, which made me feel quite sick, but my flag lieutenant kept the record and I invite him to apeak." Flag Lieutenant Brumby said: "I was midshipman under Admiral Dewey and he .taught me not to talk, so I will on'.y say Dewey did it." A-lmiral Dewey rose again and said: "You ask me about the guns and th su periority of our firing. We fired 10 shots per minute, wi;h five-inch guns, against three .hots a minute. I found at Mania to mxe neutral flag than th Austrian." At this pjint yir. Harris Interposed, say Ing. "Austria Is sincerely friendly to the I'nlted S'aj--." Admiral Dewey then ad dressing himself to the Olympiad chief engineer, said that he had contributed t i the success of the ship In entering the bivy of Manila by admirable steaming. bruiKtng the speed up to IS knots lnunedl. ately, when ordered to put on full steam, In concluding the banqueg, Mr. Harris proposed a toast to Emperor Francis Joseph. PB.VEY'3 ACCEPTANCE. WASHIXflTDN, July 21,-The follow In; ctiWep-ain was received at the navy department from Admiral Dewey: Trieste, July 21. Secretary of the navy, Washington. The proposed arrangements for reception and presentation at Wash, ;i,ston as apprJV-M by the president and secretary are entirely agreciM? to me. THE liROOKM'N STRIKE WAS A TOTAL FAILl'RS. Master Workman Parsons Calls the Usual Mreting to Protest Against tlie Invasion of Worklngmen's Rights. NEW YOr-IC July 21. General Master Uvvr uva mmzn Makes the food more delicious and wholesome HOt W"W KWfTWH CO., HtW VOWK. WorkTiao Par. m. wa arfki-d Uut nltfhi W h would do If convinced that the !Ttme car strtka la a failure. '"On Friday night next." repd Mr. Tamom., "there 1 to be a maim meeting In Alio Grand Central Palace. That meet, mg la oalled for th. purpojw of enliaUn th. mipport of all tranche, of labor. W hope to have th. flnanoial aid of all Ch rarlou. organlaaa'io. of labor. To that meeting practically will be referred th question of wW th Mrtklng aurfacw railroad men will do. If It give, mitotan Ual aid toon, no matter what the up-?p. tlciai Indkwtiona are In Brooklyn, tha ron will b encouraged to fight U out to a flntih. If I had money now to get etnplr;yment tor thorn) who ar out and o .uport tbem and their famklle In aea where empl'iynvent could not be aecured, I would adviae them to hold out right on the line for the next t day. I should ay. In epeaking of Che Grand Central Paiace meotlr; that there wia be a Mmflir meeting In the rink fi Brooklyn next Saturday night." Mr. Parson haa lowed the following call for tonight', labor corrf rwnce: 'A meeting will be held at Grand Cen tral Palace, Forty-fourth etreet and Lx i melon avenue on Friday evening, July 3. at i o'clock, of th president and secretarle. or their representative., of eitch organixatlon of organised Laor in Xw Tork and Br.oklyn. without rfgard to their affiliation or non-a (filiation with a na'Jmnal organization of labor, for the purri of conferrrrrg about the irttuatlon of the present street railway .trtke in thnse two cltie. and dvtlng plans whereby the ajwintam-e of orgaitlxed fcvbor may be given to these men now atrunrgUng to cooitel the corpn ration, to otwerve the 1'Mtour law and secure for them the right to organlie. This issue I one that concerns every frWnd and sup porter of orsranlied labor am! should Whatever ete we .ecure their i5prt. may differ about, the right to organise is the foundation stone of the whole structure of labor. A mass meeting has been called for tomorrjw night at Cooper Union to dis ci further the plans for rendering as." srstam-e to the strikers. Daniel Harris, president of the Work rngmens Federation of the s'ate of Sir York, has sent to all unions a request that eh send tw delegaces' to a con ference to be held on Saturday evening to formula a plan of ac6f-n to be taken by organixed labor In reference to the strikes now exisrirg in New York and Brooklyn. ": DASTARDLY OITRAGE IX THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. An Italian Wound a Citlx-n and I Lynched. With Five of Hi. ; Frljnds. " . NEW ORLEAN3. July 21.-3peclal dis. patch from Tallulub.. La., j's: Big Italians weie lynched there last tvigbt. The names of the lynched were jimobtaln able. Y?sterJay Dr. Hodges, a promi nent physician o! Tall Ulan, quarreled with an Italian. The latter wounded tne physician with a shotgun. Tbe shooting mated intense excitement. A mod Im mediately rounded up the wcuMe as sassin and five of hi. friends, strung them all .to tree and thvn filled their bc-dles with bu ckshot. Tallulah is a small town IT miles front the river. It is In the heart ot the best cotton producing section of the state, and many men prominent in state affairs are residents there and .on surrounding plan, ta turn.. NO BUBONIC PLAGUE ON THE AMERICA MARU. San Franoisvo Doctors Rendered Ridic ulous In Their Conflict With Federal Authorities. SAN FRANCISCO. July 21.-Dr. Kto- youn's examination into the case of the Japanese apprentice, who showed symp toms of pmiemonla before the America Masu reached Honolulu, shoyed that there waa not the slightest Indication of the bulMUo phiirue. The vessel will be disinfected today and will then t allowed rio dck and dlsctharai ner freight. A re?-'illon and ball given by G neral Ludlo In Havana wa attended by a throng of the most prominent residents of Cuba.