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ME JiORNINQvASTORlAN, TUESDAY, JULY X 1100
JOHN T. LIGHTER. Editor.
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Of New York.
HOW THE ADMINISTRATION
DEALS WITH FRAUD.
The dismissal of Estes G. Rathbone
from the position of director of posts
in CUba closes an important chapter
In the story of the postal frauds. It
has been said hy critics of the admin
istration that Rathbone would be saved
becaus-i lie had an exceptionally strong
political backing. His sponsors were
masters of the Republican party organ
ization and he had done them if not
the state some service, which made him
.i..i...r,ni TtAT-am to turn down. He
might tell secrets cf legislative corrup
tion whose publication would be ruinous
during the coming political campaign
Though the man has been suspended
and under fruard for some time it need
ed the formal dismissal to put a stop
to all this scandalous gossip. He Is
now without hope of office, and it is
possible fof " him to revenge himself if
he has the materials and is so disposed.
Undoubtedly there are accommodating
corrtspnrdents who wUt send anything
he has to say to those papers which
have been so dismally prophetic con
cerning thu frightful revelations that
he might make. -
But not "one can charge that he is
protected through fear of his disclos
ures, and we. look for no disclosure
from him except perhaps a confession
of his Complicity with N'eely. Though
the peculations of the small cotcrls in
Havana, are . oxoeedingly regrettable
there has never be?n a shred of evi
dence to prove the collusion or the neg
ligence of higher officials. In fact, the
most remarkable thing about the whole
affair has been 'the speedy discovery
of the frauds and their publication
by the govrnnMnt with the greatest
possible expedition. Neely was not in
stalled until the beginning of the pres
ent year, and he had hardly got start
ed before he was halted. A more ef
fective inspection could not have been
Honest criticism can go no further
than to point out that there was a
mistake In the method of selecting ad
ministrative officers. It would have
been better If the principles of the mer
it system had been observed and the
recommendations of politicians had
been Ignored. But civil service reform
Is not good ammunition for the Dem
ocracy, which violates merit laws when
they are supposed to be obligatory
and would -.-ertalnly not carry their
Fpirlt into a new field.
And speaking of this subject what
does Mr. Bryan himself think of the
merit system? Tint Is a mystery that
he has not illumined with all his fluent
i DOLLIVSR TALKS SENSE.
In his address before the Hamilton
Club on Tuesday night Congressman
Dolllver made some observations upon
trusts which undoubtedly reflect the
intelligent opinion of a majority of the
American people upon this question.
If the Republican national platform
had been framed two years ago there
Is little doubt that it would have con
tained a very strong denunciatory
plank upon trust3, calling for legisla
tion for their extermination, so great
va3 the popular outcry against the In
But the people have been studying
the (rust question. The public mind
has reached a condition of sanity upon
Industrial consolidation. After an In
vestigation of the causes leading up to
these combination and the conditions
which appear to make a greater cen
tralisation of resources and capital a
necessity, the people have finally con
cluded that the trut is an Industrial
evolution, that !t has great possibili
ties In the way of benefits for the con
suming classes, th:it It Is here to stay
and that the most that legislation inn
do is to prevent It from destroying
competition and becoming a monopoly.
But Consivs.-m.in Dolllver. In com
mon with ' thousands of Intelligent
Americans who have studied the sub
Jwt. does not believe that a trust can
remain a monopoly long enough ser
iously to menace the people. He be
lieves that the trust which becomes
a monopoly will soon destroy itself.
There are ways of combating the
trusts more effectively than by legis
lation. Congresman Dolllver railed at
tention to tho fact that when the di
rectors of the American Steel and Wire
Company ordered eighteen mills clofed
they found there were others on the
outside who continued the production
and thf y were compelled to order a 40
Pit cent cut In prices, which was
'lulckly met. Men whom they had
bought out hud established other mills
with the purchas-j money. Said Mr.
"American brains and American
nerve will meet these corporations In
competition. The conflict will be like
that cf the jwordnsh against the whale.
The swcrdftsh always wins,"
This Is the marrow cf the whole trust
question. Competition cannot be com
pletely stifled in this country. The
swordflsh of competition, rather than
the bludgeon of the legislator, will
solve the trust problem.
THE ANTI-IMPERIALIST LEAGUE
WANTS A CHANGE.
With th-e Kansas City convention on
ly a few hours ofT Colon;! William Jen
nings Bryan already has the promise
of thirty-two votes In November, no
matter what platform may be con
structed for. Mm to stand upon.
These thirty-two voles sre pledged
by the Anti-Imperialist League of
America, which has been holding a
conference in New York. It Is not
known to a certainty whether all
these votes can be delivered ny the
league or not. but the fact that thirty
two anti-imperialists attended .the
meeting which decided to Indorse Col
onel Bryan and slxteen-to-one Justi
fies the hope that at least this many
"aunties" will stand still long enough
to be counted for the silver leader.
In order to afford a clear under
standing of Just what Is meant by
"anti-Imperialism" one of the spokes
men for the league said:
"We are opposed to the policy which
the present administration has follow
ed In dealing-with the Philippines, and
we want a change."
This, therefore, may be regarded a?
the platform of the Anti-Imperialist
League. Its brevity at least Is In hap
py accord with Its numerical strength.
Its underlying, dominating Idea Is "a
change." It Is not deemed necessary to
promulgate any suggestions or Ideas
with reference to a policy In the Phil
ippines. It does not offer any admin
istrative plan to take the place of the
one now being carried out In those Isl
ands. The league has no policy of lis
own. It simply wants something dif
ferent from what Is possible or practi
cable. Policies generally represent construc
tive, affirmative processes. The Anti
Imperialist League was not organized
for any purpose of that xlnd. Its
mission is to pull down the flag, "it
would destroy all semblance of law and
order In the Philippines and give the
cures a headache at once. It Is pleas
ant, sparkling, efforreacant drink that
acta Immediately. Itcltatu and punfliea
tha atomavh, e.ntly quiota tha nerves
and relleres all pain. It cures aick and
nerrona beadfbc, anaicknes and mn
Ul fatigue... IOct 26C f30c, f I.OOt.
Successor to Th. Olsen, J00-2 Com. St
rfeeworkis haid wikirithout GoldDusr
To Clean Matting
Ft tttlmft ota h nt4 cltaa tttni; ull
tad tada hurt ba ej, hut tiaritn bat
MuSi thai tht tiMt vtr li M aavt ik luniii
(horouhlit atrtpi, tag th M r k wits (
toltitisa ol vara wiwr with
Cold Dost WuVing Powder
4lttold la It; It la heat ta at wla cloth:
ttbltipoonful ol OoM Dual Washing Powdar
fe quarto a-atef la tha praportioa, arrlBi (tie
doth almost dry aad rab quktli, tut tht
smooth u wttar sets din, chant It nr ima
tht to low tha vt cloU vita drl i
til ckaa It perfectly.
T aH.a ta tokao tt-ai aw ftaa fecial
Moui!t ax'iu ma aoiaistiac
M, K. rlMHR OOMPtNV,
Sh LhM, turn Tart. lattaa.
Filipinos liberty, which. In this In
stance, would mean anarchy and blood
shed. This cannot be tolerated on territory
belonging to the United 'States. The
thlrty-twj votes of the Antl-Imperlallst
League will not suffice to turn the Phil
ippines over to rapine and disorder.
David B. HH1 is now being brought
forward as the most available running
mate for Bryan, Let no Republican do
or say anything that might help to
prevent such a combination.
A New York grand Jury has refused
to indict the Ice trust manipulator.
Crokor got home several hours before
the verdict was rendered.
Raider Jameson has been eletl a
member of he Cape parliament, but
Cecil Rhodes) will. In all probability,
do his voting.
Corrects all blemishes of
the face, removes blot
S dies, pln'plea, tan, sun-
num. rrecKk's ana manes
a beautiful complexion.
also the best tootn
ash. and excellent for
of tbo pudding Is fca tht eada
avid th proof of liquors
IS IN SAMPLING
That's an anranMot thau'a eB
cluaiTO a dmooaKOT.l)otL
Ours will stand ft tost
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- and All Polns East
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME; SER
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For rates, folders and full Informa
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CIty.Pass. and Ticket A&.-nt, Portland.
Strangers visiting in tne city will find
the Louvre au attractive rewrt wherein
to spend the evening. The Amme Bisters
Ladies' Orchestra is still on the bills and
presents nightly a musical protrram of
exceptional merit, Handsome pool and
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I p. Ul. Milwaukee. t'liieiKiii
ami Kt. j
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All hUlltif PaU-a tub j
I Jtn-t to tiiaune.
For 8u r'niieHco-Hll j
May 3, MS, 18, a,
7 am Bteatmers Utnti
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am WH.I.AMETIK RIVKH
lUrt. Ihui Fort Hud in t'nrv. II.
Saturday and way lui.JInicv
O. W. LOUNSBERRT,
W. H. HURLBURT.
Gen. Pass. Agt. Portland. Or.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
1:00 a. m.lPortiand Union Dpot,U:U a.nx
I.Mp.m.Jfor Aatorla and lnter- :40p.ra
7.45 .m.lFor Portland at in-IUfM
:10 p.m.ltermedlata points . l:p.m.
p. m.)a. m.
6:00!ll:S5fLv ....Astoria.... Ar!
B:25lll:M!Ar n , Lv
5:60 12:13 Lv -..... Ar,
:J0 l:Q0iAr ....Seaside.... Lv
SPECIAL SEASIDE SUNDAY TRAIN
Leaves Astoria at 1:30 a. m.; arrives at
Seaside 1:45 a. m.
Pasaencers may return on any train
shown on schedul on aam data.
ALL TRAINS to and from Seaside rva
ot Flavel and Hammond via Wamiv
All trains make closa connections at
Goble with all Northern Pacfflo train
to and from the east or Sound points.
At Portland with all trains leavlnf
At Astoria with L R. ft N. Co.'s boat
and rail line to and from Ilwaco sA
North Beach points.
THROUO' TICKETS on sals at As
torla for ' ..amento, San Franc laco, all
Eantern and European points.
City ticket offloa Astoria. 124 rvwnmer.
tlal street. J. C. MATO,
Oen'i Fr't and Paaa. Axeot.
Mis Bertha Hartln's
Koom rjO IHlnm Kuildlng, 31
...The EsiTibMd Hotel...
PORTLAND, ORE., FRONT AND MORRISON STS.
Eurooesn plan. 5oo to ll.'iO nar dav.
J American plan, 91.00 to (2.00 per day.
and MOST DIRECT LINE
1 ' TO TUB '
TWO PAtLT SOLID VESTIBULEl)
TRAINS LESS THAN THREE
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
Throuich Pnlncs and Tourist Sleepers,
DlnliiK and IluftVt Library Cars. First
cltts Itecllnlnic Chairs Free.
PORTLAND to DENVER,
KANSAS CITY. OMAHA and
CHICAGO without chant.
Only one chanire to
NEW YORK. 1IOHTON and
other Eastern points.
For rates, tickets and full Informa
tion, call on or address.
Q. V. LOUNS BERRY.
Agent O. R. ft N., Astoria, Or.
Or J. II. LOTilROP. Oen i At.,
No. 135 Third St.. Portland, Or.
Oregon Short Line
THE DIRECT ROUTS TO
Montana, Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points.
Gives choice of two favortta route, vl
. the I'nlon Paclfio Fast Mall Llns, or
the Rio Grands Scenic Lints,
LOOK AT THE TIME
1J Days to Suit Like
2 Days to Deliver
3J Days to Chicago
4 Days to New York.
Frea reclininf chair. upholsUr4
tourist sleeping cars, and Pullman pal
ace sleepers, operated on all train.
For further Information apply to
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Trav. Pass. Aft. Gen. Aftnt,
124 Third St.. Portland. Or.
a. W. LOUNSBERRT,
Agent O. R, A N.
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trip, whether on business or pleasure,
they naturally want th best tarvlca
obtainable a far as speed, comfort and
safety Is concerned. Employe of th
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES ar
paid to serve th public and our train
are operated so as to make close con
nectlons with diverging line at all
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair
Cars on through train.
Dining car servlc unexcelled. Mal
served a la carte.
In order to obtain th flnt-claa Mr
vice, ask the ticket agent to Mil you
a ticket over.....
The Wisconsin Central Lines.
and you will mak direct connections at
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all points East.
For any further Information call on
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or JAS. A. CLOCK, Milwaukee, Wl.
246 Stark St.. Portland. Or.
WHITE COLLAR LINt
Columbia River and Puget Sound Nar
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except Sunday at 7 p. m.
Leaves Por'!and dally except Sun
day at 7 a. in
White Collar Line ticket and O. R.
& N. tickets Interchangeable on Bailey
Gatzert and Hassalo.
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J. 0. PKNDKOAHT, Chief Clek.
your office, store
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C SUNMT f
Depot Fifth and
Trains fur fctalem,
tgdtn. Han Kru- ('I;!! a.m
Claco, Moiav. Lo
Antrolaa. kl 1'aanL i
New Url.ana and 17:0 n m
. L ; "
At Wood burn
(dally except Hun
train fur Mt An
Natron, and even
Ing train for Mt
Anittl and Bllvcr
T:30 a.ii'l Corvallla paaaea-
II4:S0 p. m Uhrrldan pasaeu
Dally. Dally locpt Sunday,
Reb&t ticket on sal between Pert
land, Sacramento and Han Kranolaoo.
Net rates 117 first olaas and til Mound
class. Including deeper.
ltates anil th kt'ta to Eastern point
ana Europe, aiso japan, (. tuna, liono
lulu and Auatralla. Can be obtained
from J. U. Klrklmid, Ticket Agont, 114
Passenger deiHt fot of JofTarson It
Leav for Oawego dally at T:N, :
a, m.; 11.30. 1.65. S-,26. I.Ij. 10,
11:30 p. tit.; and 9:00 a. in. on Hundar
only. Arrive at Portland dally at M It,
3:30, Vi M a. m.; 1:34, 3:1s. 4:30, 0:10.
t:o, io oo p. m.; 40 a. m. dally i
cept Monuay; 3; J9 and 10:04 a. m. on
Leav. for Dalit dally, eicept Bua
day, at 4:30 p. in. Arrive at Portland
at SO a. m.
Passenger train leans Dallas for
Alrlle Mondays, Wednesday and Fri
days at 1:43 p. m. It.turn Tuesday.
inursuays ana naturaays.
It KOEHLETt, Manager.
C. H. MARKKAU.
Gen. Frt and Paaa. Aft
A familiar nam. for th Chicago,
Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway, known
all over th. Union as th Qraat Rail
way running th "Pioneer Limited"
train every day and night vetween Bt,
Paul and Chicago, and Omaha and
Chicago. ''Th only perfect train In
th world." Understand: Connec
tion ar mad with all transcontinent
al lines, assuring to patsenger th twst
servlc known. Luxurious coaches,
electric- light, steam heat, of a verity
equaled by no other Una.
Sea that your ticket read via "Th
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in tn united mate or uanaaa. Ail
ticket agent sell them.
For rate, pamphl.ta or other Infor
J. W. CASEY. C, J. EDDY.
ras t.aa lav ST.. A a4)
. 4 ist'i a aa.sa, ,,.. wii. S ) Va
Portland. Oregon. Portland, Or.
THE "Northwestern Llm'ted" ralns,
electrlo lighted throughout both Insld
and out, and steam heated, ar with
out exception, th finest train In th
world. They embody th latest, newest
and beat Ideas for comfort convenience
and luxury aver offered th traveling
public, and altogether ar th moat
complete and splendid producton of th
car Duiidors' art.
These Splendid Train
The Great Northern
The Northern I'aclflc and
The Canadian IVIflc
AT ST. PAUL TOR
CHICAGO and the CAST.
No extra charge for these superior
accommodation and all classes of tick
ets are available for passage on th
famous ''Northwestern Limited." AU
trains on this line art protected by th
Interlocking Block system.
W, H. MEAD, F.C. SAVAGE.
Goneral Agent. Ticket Agt
The Future of
A child's life may be
blighted by the diseases of
youth, such as Rickets,
which is characterized by
weak bones or crooked
spine, and inability to stand
or walk steadily, or Maras
mus, that ' wasting disease
characterized by paleness
and emaciation, or Scrofula,
a constitutional disease of
the gtands and neck.
of pure Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphite of Lime and Soda will
prevent and cure these disease.
It fupplie ust the material needed
to form itron g bone, rich red
blood and solid flesh. It will also
reach the Infant through the moth
eri milk, and be of the greatest
benefit to both.
At all rfniinrlrtt loc. and li.oa
8COTT A HOWNK, Chaml.lt, Naw York.
Otllce of C. u. M.. VitnVoiivir llitr-
lacks. Wash,. July 3. Woo. . -Healed pro-
tpoaals, In iilplltnlM, will Im reoelvod
here until U, o'clock a, in., Aiiuusl 3,
IIHKI, uild lltrn otieiied, for f urillMhlllg
foi'HMt) Mild bedding nt the several mil
lUiy poais "lile Oil di'PitiHineiit Mild
I'limp ivt hlu ; "Aluakn; and Port
Ttii. ha,. A aaivia. fr nmai year ending
June .HI, liHil, Iiimritiittliiii fiirtilthed
her or y iiiitrtrrtititter at f'i,
l'. H, I'vael ves rlltltl to rejecl or accept
any or all proposal or any part there
of. Knvolopc containing pi'tinanls
should txi inurkt'd: "l'inHiaula for
i'orage and Redding at . and ad-
dreeav I to underslKlied. J. W, Jai'ohs,
C. W. M.
NOTli'M OP FILlNiJ BI'ICCIAL AS
HKMHMKNT HULL NO. H.
Notice Is hereby given that the board
of naaesaor have romploted Ilia spec
ial aaaeaniiipnt for the improvement of
Heveiiternth street from the south line
ul Franklin avenue to the north Hue
of Irving avenue, and have reported
I lie same to the Common Council of
the City of Astnrlii and that the sums
hits been flled with the auditor and
polli'o Jinlij of the City nf Astoria and
named and numbered Hpeclal Asaeas
inettt. No, 33, and Hint the committee
on aire la and puhllo ways of the Com
mon Coiuuil tif snld city has been ap
pointed to meet vith th board of a
sensors on the llith day of July, l'0,
at the hour of 10 o'clin k a. m. of said
day In the Council Chambers In the
CHy Hall of the City of Astoria. Chit
S'ii County, Oregon, to then and Uier
cotialder, review, correct and etiualli
Sitld Hwlnl Aaaeaaitteiit Itoll, No. 32,
Any Hraon utijectlng to said aaaeas
ment tnuai file his iil'Jei'tlons thereto
In writing with the tt ml l lor mid police
judite. II. k. NKLHON.
Ainlltor and I'ullce Judge of the Cliy
Iie of Kliat I'ut.llrailon, June So, 1900.
NUTICK FOIt I'UULICATION.
Ijnd iirflce at OregoiwClty. Oregon,
June Iti, lDtio,
Notice Is hervby given that the fo.
lowing naiilvd a 'tiler has fllrd notice of
his Intention to make final proof in
in-port of his claim, and that aald
priof will be made before the County
Clerk of Clittaop County at AalorU,
Oregon, on July 30. I9oo. vis:
JOHN A NTT I LA,
II. E. No. 115M. f,.r the Iota . 10. 13
and it. section 1?. T 4 N, It I W.
lie names the following wllneta.s to
prove his continuous rraldenr up-m
aitid land, vis:
Harvey lllil, of Tuah. Oregon: Ja
kob llllttinen, of I'ush, Ureg.ut; William
Mow. of I'ush, Oragon; Albi-rt Hill, of
CHARLES II. MoOltES.
EXKCLTOIfS NOTICE, '
Notice Is hereby given that the un-del-tinned
has been by th county
court of Clatsop county, Oregon, duly
appointed rxeeutor of the last wilt and
te.l anient nf Kvrllnt Hlferte, deeeased;
and that said will has been duly prov
en and admitted to . probate by said
All persons having claims against
the estate of said decraard must pre
sent the same, duly verified, to th
undersigned, at the office of Harrison
Allen, attorney at law, room 7, 1'age
building. In Astoria, Oregon, within
six month from this date.
AL1IKUT- V. BIFICHTE.
Kxemlor of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Eveline Hlferte, lfecesaed.
Dated this 11th day of June, 1900.
Notice I hereby given, that th un
dersigned, administrator of the esiat
of J. W, Mlnaker, deceased, has filed
In the county court of the stale of
Oregon for Clatsop county, his final
account as such administrator, and th
asm hu (men set for hearing Mon
day, the 10th day of July. I'M), at 10
o'clock a. in., at the county court rooms
at the court house, In the City of As
toria, In Clatsop county, Oregon.
All persons Interested In said estatt
are hereby notified to then and there
appear and show causa. If any, why
the said final account should not be
allowed and the personal property be
longing to snld estate distributed, the
administrator discharged and his
8. 8. oonnoN,
Administrator of the ICstato of J. W.
Puled this 8th day of June, 1900.
Notice Is huicby given that f ursuant
to an order made and entered In th
county court of the state of Oregon
for Clatsop county on the 30th day nf
April. 1900, th undersigned adminis
trator of the estate of 1. W. Coleman,
deceased, will on Monday, the 9th day
of July, 1900, at the hour ot two o'clock
p. m., In front ot the court house door
at tho city of Astoria, In Clatsop coun
ty, slat of Oregon, olTsr for sale and
sell at auction to tha highest bidder
for rash, all of the following doacrlbed
real estate situated in said county, to
wit: Th north half of tha southwest quar
ter, and the west half of the southeast
quarter of Ruction number one (1), In
Township six (4), north of Itnng nine
(), west of the Willamette meridian.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this tlrst
day of May, 1900,
C. W. PULTON.
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(71 Commerciil Street,
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