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THE MORNIKG ASTORIAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 17. 1902
Telephone, Main L
terms of si-nsrrpriDM.
Sent by mall, per er
Sent by mall, per month
Served by carrier, per month ,
Bent ly ma'l. per year, Is advance, II.
The Akirln jriiaint?es to Its ad
vertise the largest circulation ft any
esrprr published on the Columbia
STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
J. N. WILLIAMSON
Fur Governor .
W. J. FURNISH.
For Supreme Judge
n. 6, BEAN
Far Secretary of Stale
F. I. DUNBAR.
C- S. MORK.
For State Printer
J. R. WHITNEY.
For Sup't. of Public Instructions
J. H. ACKERMAN.
COUNTY REP1TOLICAN TICKET.
C, W. FULTON.
C. W. CARNAHAN.
J. H. D. GRAT.
C. C. CLARKE.
Sheriff--' " ;
, ; THOMAS LIN VILLK. -
Clerk- . - -
J. C. CLINTON.
CHAS. A. HEILBORN.
' " . Asscessor . .
, T. S. CORNELIUS.
R. C. F.ATSBURT.
"W. C. A. POHL.
Justice of the Peace
P. J. GOODMAN. "
The "Non-Partisan citiiens" met
yesterday and put out a ticket. There
is no use of disguising thing It la
true, aa one cltixen stated It, that to
give a "disgruntled" sufficient rope
and he will hang himself, but they
are not all 'disgruntled." There were
those who were in the convention for
a purpose. Different persons of this
class had different purposes. Some
men wanted the "office,' some wanted
revenge and others just like to appear
prominent Just like to hear them
selves talk. Deep down at heart they
alt realize that It was a huge Joke;
that none of the nominees, except those
who have already been nominated by
the Republicans stand any xhow of an
election. The hue and cry of "mn
partisan" is the roost partisan; k is
from Democrats and Populists and
faotiortiats who , fight Republicanism
undtr any conditions. There are al
ways a few Republicans who Join in
such a fight, however, but they are
honestly, or otherwise laboring under
a mistake. The fight of n .n-Rfpub!i-eans
is strictly a pirtian fight.
f Pain in the hea1 and !ick " is a form
of suffering with which so many women
are familiar. Often tiiis pain is asso
ciate 1 with nervousness, gleeplessuesa
and loss of appetite. The cause of such
suffering is generally to le traced to
derangement of the womauly function,
r a .diseased condition of the delicate
In such cases the action of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is marvelous in
the prompt relief of paiu and permanent
cure of disease. It regulates the peri
odic function, dries disagreeable drains,
heals infUiimiation and ulceration, and
cures female weakness. It cures when
all other means have been tried in vain.
Sick wonieu are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, by letter, free. All corre-por.d-ence
is 'held as strictly private and
sacredlv confidential. Address Dr. R. V.
PierceBuffalo, N. Y.
In a little over thirty years Dr. Pierce,
assisted by his staff of nearly a score of
physicians, h& cured more than half a
I was great sufferer for x yesn and doc
tored nil the time with a number of different
ThvMcmn. but did nut receive any benetit,"
wrltea Mrs. CJrne Swdeo. of 6l Bunda Street,
fcaeinaw (South), Mich. "One day a I mi
readmit a paper I aaw your advertiacment, and.
Ithourti f had Wire up all hope of eer jettinf
better, Ihoutflit I would write to you. when 1
received your letter. teltiiiK me what to do. I
commenced to take your ' Fvorit Preacriu
tioo and follow your advice. I have takm tea
bottlea ia all. nfao fie viala ol the Plenwut
relicts Am ikiw reirular after kavinu m;u
two veara am! ausTcred with pain in the head
u Wt I wa ao nervoua, oaild not eat or
aisep. -Now 1 thank vou for aiv recovery."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets curt bil-ieucneM,
Bilious andflcrvouG Disorders
Sick Headache and Constipation,
Cn s GMdiwss, TVi'Itiow and M-ellinjt after meals, Koiness and Prowrfncw, Coli
Ch ;ls, r hssiumraotHeatLossof Appetite. :shortnessof breath. twtivnM, itlotclies
on ' ! kin. IHsmrboi bleep, Friirlitn.il Dreams, and all Nervous ami Trembling
, Set. .. ete. Tlierim Do- will civ relief in twenty luinntea. This is no fiction.
Kt re fuflVrer wr"'1Li'?T'ri,Div.tI? 1501 ilf ,vu tllfv wlit
Hi- :,T'"T'VI IU niuiuvi - V flU
llEECHAM b PILLS taken i
lib. They pwmnlv remove any otwtniction or irreeuhritv of thertem and
,Ur fcslr a STOMACH, IMPAIRED WOESTIO.N, WSOROi-tmu i LlVER.
Prt wlcaly by THOMAS BHECM AM, S.M4w. En,., ) jj Canal St., New York.
boM cvcryhcr ia tarn, toe and i5t.
Sttlav in pnlith'al. warfare the same
as they ;ioiiU in modern warfare
where livts an Involve IT The' prin-
ciPle nvolved U the a, me. Justice
alway, il?s above all other consider-
atkms The tmly plea that the "uon-
parti"ns" can onr is that", ihe Re-
publi'vtn ticket Is composed of eorrup-
Uonl. and that It is a time when
the ''people" should rise ip and ar
rest a catastrophe to the country. Is
there a single robber oa the Republi
can flcket? Kvery man's record, who
ia on the ticket, is known, and no man
dare say openly a word against any
If the Democrats are anxious for of
fice, let them come -ut aa Democrats.
If the "pops want office, let them
come out as "pops" Away with dem
agogue!?, away with office-seekers un
der disguise and give us candidates
who run for office; backed by respon
sibility and upon whoa? political creed
men may rely.
According to Information furnished
by the far East, all eyes are foniased
upon Oregon, in the expectation of nail
ing up a big majority for the Republi
can ticket. The recent aplit in the
ranks, caused by the Simon deflection.
Is the important faetor hat an ex
pectant public are anxious to see re
buked. At a benefit performance. In aid of
the McKinley monument fund", at the
opera Comique, in Paris, the sum of
20,000 francs, or, in American Money,
20,000 franca, or, in American money,
lustration of the old axiom "that all
the world is akin in misfortune and
A new departure in the selection of
Indian agents is the order of the day.
At a cabinet meeting yesterday it was
resolved that In futurs, appointments
to these places should be men of un
doubted character and ability, with
no reference to political affiliations.
The funeral services of the late Dr.
Talmage were of a nature and char
acter, commensurate with the great
qualities of mroaJity and Christian ef-
fort. that so vivid y graced the life ' ;-ul from c- Hansen & Co., Poti
or this great religious leader. The rich, jlind' Oregon. JSJSecond Su
the poor ,ali alike, assembled to do
"Our" Albert Tozier has again done
himself and Portland prou'l, in an ad
dress to 800 members of the editorial
convention that aHmbled at
Springs. Arkansas, yesterday. Albert
is ail right because he never rails to
bring Portland to tlK' fore-
. A hitch in Boer peace negotiations
his occurred by England refusing to
grant an armistice on the grounds
that Cape rebels have not the Fame
footing as burghers. Js this a dis
tinction without a c'ifftrenje'.'
The Belgian government, In refusing
to accede to .he demands of the !-'o- j covery that will surely length' n life Is
clalists and placing itself in a strict i made by editor O. H. Downey, ofChu
attitude of defiant aguinst the uues-i rubu,co' Ind' "l wI"h to 8tate'" he
tlon of revision, may hive, in slang. I
parte nte, bit oft more than it can
CHRONIC BRONCHITIS CURED.
"For ten years I had chronic bron
chitis so bad that at times I could
not speak above a whlspur," . wrles
Mr. Joseph Coffman, of MontmorencI,
Ind. "I tried all remedies available,
but "with no success. Fortunately my
Honey and Tar. Its effect was almost
miraculous, and I am now cured of
the disease. On my recommendation
many people have used Foley's Honey
and Tar, and always with satisfac
tion." Sold by Frank Hart
SURGEON'S KNOTS NOT NEEDED.
Surgery is no longer necessary to
cure piles. De Witt's Witch HaxeJ
Salve cures such cases at once, remov
ing the necessity for painful and ex
pensive operations. For scalds, cuts,
burns, wounds, bruises, sores and skin
diseases It is unequalled. Beware o
counterfeits. Charles Rogers drug
wilt quickly restore fmir to complete
: ! . .-. ? . .
i MilUatu are dally finding a world of j
cwr,rt l-ucklen'a Arnica Stve. lt
j Kta. pajn r.-ora turns, soaus v uts, (
i Bruits; cure Eruptina, Salt Rheum.
; aaJ JV! C.ma and
j Wart Best Pi5 cure on earth Only
SV at Chaa RoHrer' drug store.
; 11 --
! Foley's Kidne Cure makes kidneys
ant bladder right Don't delay tak
ing. Sold by Frank Hart.
A roan lose lots of money experi
menting with schemes to make money
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Ail druggUti refund the money
If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. ZSe. -
Clerk of the burning hotel (present
ing bill to escaping guests) All guests
of this hotel will phase step into our
new office across the street any pay for
this extra fire and water service.
The surest and safest remedy for
kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by Frank Hart.
"After nslng a few bottle of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure my wife received per
fect and permanent relief from a se
vere and chronic case of stomach trou
ble," says J. R, Holly, real estata
Insurance and loan agent, of
Macomb, 111. "Befor using Ko
dal Dyspepsia Cure she could not
eat an ordinary meal without intense
suffering. She la now entirety cured.
Several physicians and many reme
dies had railed to give relief." You
don't have to diet Bat any good
food you want, but don't overload the
stomach. Kodot Dyspepsia Cure will
always digest It for you. Char lea Rog-
It was a little boy in an American
Sunday School, who in reuly to his
teacher's question, "Who was the
first roan?' answered, "George Wash
ington," and upon being informed that
it was Adam, exclaimed: "Ah, well,
if you are speaking of foreigners, per
haps he was."
FOR CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA
Wanted teamsters, laborers, rock
rren, tunnelmen, muckers, outside la
bo ers, long Job. Special transporta-
PNEUMONIA IS ROBBED oV 1T3
By Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
the racking . cough and heals and
strngthens the lungs. ' If takeii In
time It will prevent an uttack of pneu-
monla. Refuse substitutes.
! sow oy r rann nan.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines. Re
Sold by Frank Hart, Drugit.
The scriptures say (hat money is the
root of all evil. We may say that it
is the root of a good many family
FINDS WAY TO LIVE LON'i.
The ututnnK announcement of a dit
writes, "that Dr. King's New Dlcov-
ery for Consumption is the mont infal
lible remedy that I have ever known
for Coughs, Colds and Grip. It's in
valuable to people -with weak lungs.
Having this wonderful medicine no one
need dread Pneumonia or Consump
tion. Its relief is instant and cure
certain." . Charles Rogers win guar
antee every 60c and $100 bttle, and
give Mai bottles free.
The web of life Is drawn Into the
loom for us, but we weave It ourselves.
The warp is given us, but the wool we
DREADFUL ATTACK OF WHOOP
Mrs. Ellen Harlinson, of 300 Park
Ave., Kansas City, Mo., writes as fol
lows: "Our two children had a severe
attack of whooping cough, one of them
In the paroxysm of coughing would
often faint and bleed at the nose.
We tried everything we heard of wlth
uotgettlng relief. We then called In
our family doctor ,who prescribed
Foley's Honey and Tar. With the
very first dose they began to improve
and we feel that It has saved their
Hves." Refuse substitutes.
For sale by Frank Hart, Druggist
FO TBS COMPLEXION.
The complexion always suffer from
bllllou'-ne-'aa or constipation. Unless
the bowels are kept open the Impuri
ties from the body appear In the form
of unsightly eruption. De Wltt'a Lit
tie Early Risers keep the liver and
bowel In luelthy condition ami re
move the cause of such trouble. C.
R. Hooper, Albany, Oa., says: "I took
Pe Witt's Little Early Rlera 'or bit
lousnes. Thfy were Just what I
needed. I am feeling letter now than
In year," Never grip or dlj tress, ftaflg
thorough and gentle. The very beat
pills made. CHAS. ROOKR3,
A wv)man never think of her hu.
biinJ aa a Rambler aa Kn ua Itv JtH'a
i nut Uve.
A CHATTANOOGA DRUGGIST'S
Robt. J. Miller, proprietor of the
Read lloue Pru Store of Ch:rttinoO'
K, Tenn.. writes: 'There is more
merit In Fhley's Honey nnd Tar than
any other conh syrup. Tha calls for
It multiply wunderfllly and we sell
more of it than all other cough syr
Sold by Frank Hart
Ding Miss H nte ia nothing If not
up-to-datu; y' know she refused Chol
ly by wlreles telegraphy. "Jung A
woman's no Is often yes. "Rut this
wa a yes-leas' no."
BIDS FOR WOOD.
Bids will be received by School Dis
trict No. 1. at the office of the school
clerk, until April 15th. 190 for !0
cords or more of Bark Slabs, or Hem
lock, four-foot wood, to be delivered to
the different school buildings of tha
district, as may be required, on or be
fore the 15th day of July, 1903.
Right reserved to reject any and alt
bids. Py order of the board,
E. Z. FERGUSON, Clerk.
The ball of a convicted embexzlcr in
Havana Is fixed at $10.M. If the Cu
bans keep up the pave when left to
themselves they will render the Inland
a hot place tor crime.
THK SECRET OF LONG LIFE
Consists in keeping all the main or
gans of the body in healthy, regular
action, and in quickly destroying tfce
deadly disease germs, JSectric Bitters
regulate Stoma, Liver and Kidneys,
purify the blood and give a splendid
appetite. They work wonders In cur
ing Kidney Troubles, Female Com
plaints, Nervou Diseases, Constlpa
tion.Dyspepsla, and Malaria. Vigor
ous health and atrength always follow
their use. Only 50c, guaranteed by
Oharles Rogers, druggist.
W hat did . the Puritans come to
this country for?" asked a teacher of
a class In American History. "To
worship in their own way and make
other people do the same," was the re
COULD NOT BREATHE.
Coughs, colds, croup, grip, bronch
itis, other throat and lung troubles are
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
cure, une Minute uough Cure Li not
a mere expectorant, which gives only
temporary relief. It softens and li
quifies the mucous, draws out the in
flamation and removes the cau.se of
the disease. Absolutely safe. Acts at
once. "One minute ough Cure will do
all that Is claimed for -It." says Jus
tite of the Peace Jf Q. Hood Crosby,
Miss. "My wife could not get her
breath ami was relieved by the first
dose. It has been a benefit to all my
family." Charles Rogers.
Some wicked: wretch has most un
kindly said that "old maids are err.
bert whence the Hparks have fled "
A man whom Kidney Smith had
worsted In an argument, testily ex
laimtd: "If I had a son who wai an
idiot I would make him a parson."
Smith replied: "Your father was of a
A cold at this time lr neglected Is
liable to cause pneumonia which Is so
often fatal, and even when the pa
tient has recovered the lungs are
weakened, making them peculiarly
susceptible to the development of con
sumption. Foley's Honey and Tar will
stop the cough, heal and strengthen
the lungs and prevent pneumonia.
Hart's drug store.
Foley's Kidney Cure if taken In time
affdrds security from all kidney and
Sold by Frank Hart.
HEADS SHOULD NEVER ACHB.
Never endure this trouble Use at
once the remedy that stopped it for
Mrs. N. A, Webster, of Winnie, Va,,
she writes, "Dr. King's Now Lif!
Pills wholly cured me of sick head
aches I had suffered from f ir two
years." Cure Headaches, Constipation,
Biliousness. 25o at ("has. Roger
Cream pure rye, America's finest
whisky. The only pure goods; guar
anteed rich and mellow. JOHN
CARLSON, Sole Agent.
.-"V ellIaal Only Oea.l.
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1 V Vvl rrirrti. Mubtltaitl mm4 Ja.lt-
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w -tifnn rnr l,all,' n leiisr, by r
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all niu,. i k..a d t. a m,'
KaaKtow Uto w. I!ttUa mmr tUtLk 14.
Foley's Honey. Tat
beds Jungs nod Mops the cough.
TRULUXCKR, EASTABROOK & CO,
sure KSNottd to
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C A. HENRY & CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
215 Sansome Street - Saa Fraaclsco. Cat.
SAMUEL ELMORE & CO., CENT.
We are prepared to make them oa
short notice and of the best materials.
Let us give you estimates on any kind
of castings or pattern work. Lowest
prices for first-class work.
TELEPHONE NO. 2461.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Lowers.
As Ve ALL, BIN Tenth tnd Commealal Streets
North Pacific Brewery.
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
The Popular Product of the only brewery In North
western Oregon enjoys a very large domestic and ex
KOPPS BEST bottled or in kegs.
Free City Delivery.
Commercial St. nttZTkUolil
The Only FIrt-ClaHf Hotel In Portland
315 Commercial Street
Scow Bay IronO
Cut. Hth and Frauklttt avo.
Finest Restaurant in the City
Regular Meals, 25 cents,
Sunday Dinners n Specialty.
Wi Wf WhlIC
ASK ANY ONE
Who has used Star Estate Ranges
and they will tell you they are the
most satisfactory they have ever,,
used. They require but little fuel
and bake quick and uniform, and
are easily managed. For sale in
Astoria only by
i. J. Scully
431 BOND STREET,"
Between Ninth tad Tenth
Is a pleiuuiro which satis
fies nnd brings no impious
ant memories if you eat ut
On Eleventh Street.
PRABL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All goods shipped to our rare
Wilt receive special attention.
No. 53S Duane Bt.
W j. COOK. Mgr.
Ilea, Tel. lilt
..Portland - Astoria ?ou'te.
STR. ''BAILEY G ATZERT."
Dally round trips except Sunday.
Leave Portland ., T a. m.
Leave Astoria 7 p, m.
Through Portland connections with
steamer Nsheottm from ttwaoo and
IX) ng Reach 1'olnU.
WMte Collar Line tiukala Inter
ehangratile with O. It 4 N. Co. and
V. T. Co. tickets.
The Dalles Route
STR. " TAH0MA."
Dally trips except Sunday,
Lrava Portland Man , Wed.. HVI,, ? a. m.
Iave Dalles, Turs., Thur., Bat., T a, m.
Lv. Portland Tues., Thur, Hat. 7 a. m.
Lv. Dalles, Mon., Wed., m 7 a. m.
Landing at foot of Aldor Street, Port-
Doth Phones, Main I'l.
John M. Ftlloon. The Dalles. Ore.
A. J. Taylor, AjitorU, Ore.
Prather ft Hemman. Hood River, Ore,
Wolford ft Wvcra. Whu. tuinw.n wn
J. C. Wyatt Vancouver, Wn.
It U. Ollbreth. Lyi,! wn.
John M Tot ton. Stevenson. Wn.
Henry Olm.trmd, Carson, Wn.
K. W. CIUCHTON. Poruand Oregon.
The Northwestern Umlrd' trains,
tleotrlo lighted throughou', both Inside
and out and steam heated, are with
out exception, the finest trains In the
world. They embody the Ittsst, reweat
and best Ideas for comfort, ronvtnijtos
and luxury ever offered the travelling
oubllc. and altnMiha .. ......
complete and splendid production of the
rmr uuuuvra arx,
These splrndid Trains
Tae Crest Norther?
The Northern fsclflc end
Tie Canadian Pacific
AT ST. PAUL ron
CHICAGO and the CAST. '
No extra ehanr tnr lh.u himh
tCOmmodBtlona anH all sUuu
ta are available for pas ire cn tha
trains oa this line ars protected by the
Interlocking P.locU System.
W. H. MEAD, H. L. BIBLE R,
Oeneral Agent. TraveUrtf Ag"t.
TO AND FROM ALL
Bt. PAUL, DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS,
UUIUAUO AND POINTS BAST.
Through Palace and Tourist Blrepers.
Dining and Buffet Smoking Library
Dally Trains; fast time.
For rates, folders and full Informa
tion regarding tickets, routes els., call
on or address
J. W. PHALON, H. DIOKSON
Trav. ym. Agt mty Tloket Agt
IM Third Street, Portland.
A. B. C. DENNB3TON. O. W. l. A.
Ill First Avenue, Seattle, Wash,