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HIE MORNING ASTOR1AN. FRIDAY. APRIL 17, IMi
Telephone, Main Ml.
toskms or suBSssipriosi.
Sent ttf wU. r year W
Sent by mall, per month W
Served by carrier, per month ..... 0
eat by wail, per year. In advance, $1.
The AstorUn guarantees to lu ad
vertisers th largest circulation at any
newspaper published on the Columbia
JUver, , . , ;':
STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET,
JT, N. WILLIAMSON-
W. J. FURNISH.
. For Supreme Judge-
It S. BEAN.
For Secretary of State
F. I. DVNBAR.
, , C. S. MOORS.
For State Printer
J. R. WHITNEY.
For Sup't of Public Instructions
J. H. ACKERMAN-.
COUNTY REPI.TBUOAN TICKET.
C W. FULTON.
C. W. CARNAHAN.
' A. 8CHERNBCKAU.
J. H. D. GRAY.
. i ,.' C. C CLARKE.
CHAS. A. HEILBORN.
" . Asscsssor .
T. S. CORNELIUS.
R. C. F. ATSBURY.
i , Coroner
, W. C. A. POHL.
Justice of the Peace
P. J. GOODMAN.
Wit PBASLEY. -:
TRAVELING MEN'S VISIT.
... ; ,
The activity of the Push Club In pre
paring a reception and banquet for
the traveling men of the United States
who will visit this city In June, Is
thoroughly commendable. This visi tac
tion will probably mean more for the
Columbia River basin than any vis
itation by outsiders for a long time.
It is true that traveling men are Hot
asuaJlty capitalists, "hut 'onotr favoraUTe
to a given section they are more val
uable to it than the same numberol
capitalists woulfl fee. These men talU.'
One deaf and dumb traveling man tas
heen reported, but he is a rarity. And
traveling men do not only ta;k tut
they see and bear and they are rood
Judges of human nature, and while
they talk a great deal tb-y do not
talk at random. They always make
s point and it goes to the right spot
The main purpose of corning tr. Asto
ria is to give the traveling inei of the
Interior of the United States ani those
ef the Atlantic Coast an opportunity
ef seeing a Columbia River salmon
eanuery. In consideration of their vis
It President Smith of the aF3i&.'.lon
The man who would sit on a cake of
Ice to cool off would be considered crazy.
Yet it is a very common thing for a per
son heated by exercise to stand in a cool
draught, just to
cool off This
is the lieginiiing
of many a cough
ly involves the
and the lunk.
For coughs in
any stage there
is no remedy so
valuable as Dr.
ery. It cures
bleeding of the
lunes, and like
conditions which if nejrlected or un skill
fully treated terminate in consumption.
There is no alcohol in "Golden Med
ical Discovery," and it is entirely free
from opium, cocaine and other narcotics.
' Accept no substitute for ''Golden Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
"I took a wrvwe roM which nettled In the
bronchial tub." wiitc R' v. Frank Hay. of
Nortonville. Jfffersou Co., K.an- i. "Alter try
hsg merticioes labeled 'Sure Curt-, alinont with
out samber. 1 waled to Irv Dr. Pierce' Golden
Medical Discovery. 1 took" two bottles and was
cured, and have stayed cured.
When I think of the great pain I had to
endure, and the terrible cuuxh I had, it neerna
alinoat a miracle that I wai ao aoon relievedL
Tbat God may a pit re yon many years and
abundantly blew you is the prayer of your
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, containing 1008 )arge pages, is
sent free on receipt of stamps to pay ex
pense of mailing only. Send 21 one
cent stamps for the book in paper covers
or 31 stamps for it in cloth binding. Ad
ores Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Bilious and ilcrvoua Disordora
Sick Headache and Constipation.
. Cores Giddiness, FnllncK and" Sirelline after meals, Dimness and Drowsinrts, Cold
Chills, llushingaof Heat, Loss of Appetite. Shortnesaof Breath, Oostivenew, Blotches
on the siun, iPumiriwii weep, r ncmmi lTeerus, ana all Kvrvous and Trembling
Se:isaion.etc, The First l.we will give relief in twenty minutes. This is no Action.
Every sufferer srntlv incited to try a Box of these Pills, and they will be
acknowledged to be ITHOtT A RIVAL.
BEECH AM S PILLS taken as directed, will quickly restore"feiiili to complete
health. They promptly remove any obstruction or irregularity of the system and
quickly helps. WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DK1EST10N, DISORDERED LIVER.
Pri-plnlybyTtlOMASBEI-:CHAM.St.Hele,Et., and JS Canal St., New York.
oM everywhere la bints, luc and 23c
asks that the cltiiens of As'.orta give
the men a square meal nd K limits
tlie menu to ffcsh. -reV- a'vl clams.
He expects about 500 to .xme. They
will represent every seo'.lon of the
Called States ,and when thy return,
if they are properly impressed with
this section, they will tell all about It
a thousand times In a thousand places.
It will be better than any prospectus
that could be sent out. Prospectuses
are often cast aside but a drummer
Is never- Be will say what he thinks
and get an audience. The resources of
this section are not to be ashamed of.
They are so numerous and glaring that
the keen-eyed traveling men will see
them in all of their greatness. Then
they will picture them accordingly.
Let Astorlans prepare a royal recep
tion for these visitors. The commit-
tee which baa the matter in charge
should not have any trouble in pro
curing the means for this entertain
ment It will be money well spent.
The defeat In the senate of the Chi
nese exclusion biB, can be attributed
soMr to the sympathetic tendencies of
the Eastern people who are totally un
aware of the situation as K really ex
ists. Only the West Is aware of th
great evfl of Chinese Immigration.
The surrender of the insurgent chief, I
Malvar, together wttb all his men and
munitions of war. In the disturbed
Province of Samar. will in all prob
ability hasten the closing of the war
to an early date-
Senator Mitchell's amendment to the
civil sundry bill gives tS.OOO more for
the purpose of improving and enlarg
ing the Astoria quarantine station.
As the bill, together with the amend
ment, has been
favorably reported .
there Is no reasonable doubt
David Bennett HHl.s reecnt speech in
New York Is interpreted by leaamg ,
Democrats as a bid for the
tail nomination. David Bennett can
always be safely relied upon for a 1
desire to gather in, any choice political
plum that comes his way.
General Palm3, the new, president
of the Cuban Republic, announces that )
jhe wiH endeavor to maintain friendly (
relations with the United States. In
view of what this country has done
remark is entirely superfluous.
,ery p--u,ylng lo me Amer-
lean public that stories of Inhuman j
treatment of f-mpinos ny soia.ers have,
after a careful investigation, found to
be untrue. The idea that '
American soldier should so demean
himself as to offer barbaric cruelties i
to a fallen foe is incompatible with the 1
rej.utation of 6ur boys in blue.
Ano'hfr great strike is on In the
coal mining regions. This time it is
in the Allegheny Valley, Involving
many thousand miners. The strlkf-rs
aemana a g'-aie or v cents and reeog- :
nition of the union. The present j
scale is 31'i cents. Tire mines in the '
m.a(i ,ti !
" 'eu'"is negoiia- ,
t1onn for a settlement. !
Fitting of Glasses Ko
Longer Guess Work
Dr. Sullivan's wonderful system ot
correcting error of sight has given bet
ter visions to hundreds and saved
many from blindness.
The doctor fits glasses to correct all
defects of vision, cures and relieves
headache, dizziness and excess ner
vousness. Cross-eyes in children
straightened without the knife. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Consultation and
Dr, O.N. Sullivan, ?a
Hat opened an office at rooms 3 and
4, 598 Commercial street, over Hart's
Foley's Kidney Care
Gukci kidneys and bladder rgiit.
Millkm.. are dally finding a world of
co ntort in micK.ens Arn.ca mivo. it
kills pain from Burns, Scalds Cuts.
Bruises cures 'ErunMnns. Salt Rheum.
I a)iu Mi jn,. re.nl0VM Corns and
Warts. Best Pile cure on earth. Only
25c at Chas- Rogers' drug store.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys
and bladder right Don't delay tak
ing. Sold by Frank Hart
This notice is affixed to the church
gate In a German village: "Cyclist
and hens areforbldden to wander
around the church yard.
FINDS WAY TO I.IVB LONrt.
The startling announcement of a dis
covery that will surely lengthen life Is
made by editor O. H. Downey, of Chu
rubusco, Ind. "I wish to state." he
writes, "that Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption is the most 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 Cousump
tion. Its relief is Instant and cure
j certain." Charles Rogers will guar
antee every &0c and 1100 bottle, and
give Mai bottles free. ,
A package marked "trained (leas"
recently reached Geneva .Swiiierlund.
The ri rarest anology the collector
could And was that of June bugs,
which had been ruled as "edlblis."
The case went from one official to
another nutll It reached headquarters,
at Berne, where, after much investiga
tion and deliberation, the conclusion
was reached that the Iteascame under
the head of "wild animals In a me
nagerie." DREADFUL. ATTACK OF WHOOP
Mrs. Ellen Harliruum, of 300 Park
Ave., Kansas City. Mo., writes as fol
lows: "Our two children bad a severe
attack of whooping cough, one of them
n the paroxysm of couithln; would
often faint and bleed at the nose.
I We tried everything we heard of wlth
luot getting relief. We then called In
;our doctOT ' wnu Prescribed
Fnlev's Hnnev and T.ir With tti
. , ,
iti; aiv a vmr wtbjuii iv uujsi V c
a,i we feel that It has saved their
lives." Refuse substitutes.
For 1Y Frank Hart, Druggist
I wonder if women who don't want
t. have children, ever stop to think
hiv they got here.
CHRONIC BRONCHITIS CURED.
"For ten years I had chronic bron- !
bad that at times I could I
i . ...vi ..
jMr. Joseph Coffman, of Montmorencl.
ilnd. "I tried all remedies available.
but with no success. Fortunalelv mv !
Honev and Tar. It ff.t 1
mlracuious, and j am now cure(j of i
the disease. On my recommendation
!many peo'ple have used Foley'" Honey .
and Tar, and always with satisfac-
Hold by Frank Hart. ;
SUP.GEO.V3 KNIFE NOT NEEDED. :
. " " i
ourgery is no longer necessary to ;
cure piles. De Witt's Witch Hazel j
Salve' cures such cases at once, remov-
lng the necessity for painful and ex-
pensive operations. For scalds, cuts, J
' burns, wounds, bruises, sores and skin
diseases It is unequalled. Beware of ,
counterfeits. Charles Rogers drug-j
f men know enough about getting !
marrted nrt to.
may be bad in most any
style and at prices to
suit every pocket-
l L s TJ
Doci. 11 tunics 111 1 uo,k
Vnht enarltiim anrl '
heavy weights and in
several different qual
ities. We have in stock
a complete assortment
as veil as of
Union Suits for men,
WOmetl find children.
1 a. .1 n
A woman never thinks ot her hus
band as a gambler as long he does
A CHATTANOOUA DUUCWIST'S
Robt. J. Miller, proprietor of the
Rend House Drug Store of Chattanoo
ga, Tenn., writes: "There i wore
merit In Foley's Homy and Tar than
I any other cough syrup. The roll for
j It multiply womlerfllly and we ' I
more of it titan all other cough syr-
Sold by Frank Hart
I'suaUy a good follow is a bad bus
1 BIDS FOR WOOD.
! Rids will be received by School DIs.
! Wet !o. 1, at the Mtlce of the school
clerk, until April lStli, i;0, tor 100
i cords or mitre nf ltiirk Sl&ha. or Hni
jlodt foui.f0v wooj. to dt,Uvered to
. the tllfr,wn, ach00, vululllljfs of tn.
district, as may be required, on or be
fore the 13th day of July, 1902.
Right reserved to reject any and all
bids. By order of the board,
E. 15. FERGUSON. Clerk.
The early worm get caught by tJe
THE SKCUET OF IX1NG LIFE
Consists in keeping all the main or
gans of the body In healthy, regular
action, and In quickly destroying live
deadly disease germs. Electric Bitters
regulate Stoma, Uver and Kidneys,
purify the blood and give a splendid
appetite. They work wonders in cur
ing Kidney Troubles, Female Cotsv
plalnts. Nervous Diseases, Constipa
tion. Dyspepsia, and Malaria, Vigor
ous health and strength always foltaw
their use. Only 50c, guaranteed by
Charles Rogers, druggist.
First Clubman D'you knuw young
Billy Robinson Second Ditto (after
pause) Billy Rijblnson? (pause) Yes.
(Pause) What's his name? First
Clubman (long pause) I Junno.
What 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
ply. An Atchison paper notes that wo
men kiss the hands of Padehewskt and
Kubetik and asked If men were ever
known to kiss the hands of femsJ"
actors. Scarcely. Men never stoop ;o
Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in time
affords security from all kidney and
Sold by Frank Hart
A "smart" gown consists of oae
part dress and ninety- nine parts i
trimmings, luce and fixings.
HEADS SHOULD NEVER ACHE.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
!""" " "y sioppeo n ipr
Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie. Vs.,
she writes, "Dr. King's New life
Pills wholly cured me of sick head
aches I had suffered from for two
'v - ars." Cure HM,tai h rm,tirt
Biliousness. 25c at Chas. Roger
Cream pure rye, America's finest
whisky. The only pure goods; guar-
anteed rich and mellow.
CARLSON, Sole Agent.
I At a Sunday school in New Waon
:a little t-irl named M. A .Prituhard
' has during the year 1S02 tommlted to
mt'mt""' aD's repeated 2.996 verses from
pture' he J only 12 year, old a4
bad previously learned the who e book
!"f i"11""" Another
a cnaf1 m tn town, anold
man 0Ver 'Kntr' nft,n,;d Taylor.
'has reputed from
Book of Psalms.
The surest and safest remedy for
kidney and bia!der diseases Is Foley'at
Kidney Cure Sold by Frank Hart.
PNEUMONIA IS ROBBED OF ITS
Uy Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
the racking cough and heals and
strengthens the lungs. If taken in
time It will prevent an ivttai.k of pneu-
monia. Refuse substitutes.
Sod by Frank Hart.
Foley's Hom-y and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicine. Re-
j Sold by Frank Hart, Druggist.
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
Vor tn fl amm atlon or Catarrh
of the Hladilrr and DUeaaed
Kldneya. No oura no pay.
Curaa quickly and Perm
nently the womt eaaea of
Uunerrhoea and ileet,
no nutter of how Iuhk atand"
ini(. AIaolntl)r harmlnu.
Sold bf drunalata. Prl,;
m oo, or by niall, poitnald,
THI SANTAL-PEPSIH CO.,
Sold by Chas, Rogers, 459 Commerci
al Stre'.t, Astoria, Oregon.
1 ENNYR0YAL FILLS
i t iiK iir.ni Kit's KNIif.HH
I". l. .rll,ln. 'l akeaaalhrr. I. Oim
Inf,m,. -iiltlluUn. mud lailta.
ftnn l.:tj , f ;urOruff(.i w .( .1,,, a
ho,,, i f, .rtlrul. I'Mlwa.l.la
Wi'l ItrMcf f,r l.s,lla, In burn . r,, re.
all I .il.c,r'hl,U
Uat!Ma ... I'llll.A fA.
Foley's Honey n Thr
Dans tuoss aaahtops the cough.
TKULLINGKR, BASTABROOK & CO.
it'Cr NMiilt TO
TH GO BLACKER
Jobtwrt and lHlt'r In
CHttARA TOHACTOS, .SMOKFMi AHTtCLKU, PLAYING
CAIUW. STATION Kit Y, AMtlKli UOOIW, (UTLKHY, ETC.
MKKliSCHAUM AND IlltlAR rilT-S '
FOUNDED . D.I7IO
SUN INSURANCE OFFICE
THE OLDEST PURELY FIRE OFFICE IN THE WORLD.
Cii Aet, ... Sit.aoo.oao
Cash Asmnl lei United attatoa, n.oto.eja
C A. HENRY & CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
215 Saasome Street - Sai Prclsco. Ctl.
SAMUEL ELMORE & CO., GENT5
We are prepared to maks then o
short notice and ot tht best materials.
Let ns give you estimates on any kind
of castings or pattern work. Lowest
prices for fl rat-das work.
TELEPHONE NO. 24SI.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Suppliea of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Loggers.
As V ALLEN Ttnth sad Commercial Strata
North Pacific Brewery.
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
The Popular Product of the only brewery In North'
western Oregon enjoys a very; large dome attic and ex
KOPPS BEST bottled or in kega.
Pro City Delivery.
The Finest Restaurant in tie City
Commerce St. MmVumrds'
The Only Flrst-Cfa Hotel In Portland
. f f TTT1 SS! 'S
815 Commercial 5treet
Scow Bay IronO
Cor. Iilh tad riaiiallo a:
Rogular Meals, 25 cents,
.Sunday Dinners a Specialty.
W. W. Whipple
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 cully managed. For sals in
Astoria only by
431 BOND STREET, '
Between Ninth and Tooth
Is a pli'iiHiire which satis
(!( and brings no impious
ant memories if you cat ut
On Eleventh Street.
PRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All goods shipped to our care
Will receive special attention.
No. U Duana St.
W. X COOK. Mgr.
Res. Tel. till.
..ForUand - Astoria oufe.
STR. ''BAILEY GATZERT."
Pally round trips except ftundty.
atvt Portland 7 a m
Ueavo Astoria , T p. m.
Thmtiatl Purtlaul mnnaaHnal ah
stMunsr Nahootta from Ilwaoo ami
i-ong iisaoti i-otots.
WMt CVillap Una iL.k..a l.i...
pnrehle with O. It M. Co. and
V. T. Co. tickets.
Tbe Dalles Route
STR. " TAH0MA,"
Dally trips except Sunday.
Uave rorttand Won , Wed., m., 7 a- m.
uvmvv uaiies, mus., mur., Bat, 7 a rn.
Lv, Portland Tue. Thur., Sat.. T a. m.
Uv. lilies, Mon.. Wed., Vri.. 1 a. rn.
Undlng at foot of Aldor BtretH, Port-
t wiy vnrgos
Both rtionas, Mala sj. t'
John M, niloon, Tht Dalles, Ore.
A. J. Taylor, Astoria. Ore.
iTnor a iiiwunan, Hood ltlvsr. Ore.
Wolford Wm wm.. a.i ...
i S: w"a, Vancouver,' Wn.
R. n. Oflbreth. L,j,! Wn.
John M. Totton, Stevenson, Wn.
Henry Olmstead, Carson. Wn.
K. W. CIltCtnON. Portkiad Utvgan.
Th, "Northwestern Llml'd- trains,
eieotrlojlfhted throughou'. both Inside
and out. and steam heated, are with
001 . cepilon. tbs finest trains In the
world. They embody the latest, rewest
Snd Daat MMS fnr Mm fnvt mhhmI an.&A
and luxury sver offered the jtravellng
compiefe and splendid production of fho
car builders' art
Tbsse splendid Trains
The Great Northtm
The Northers Pacific sad
The Cannulas 1'iclflc
AT ST. PAUL FOR : j
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No extra char, tnr ih.a xmax.
acommodstlons and all rlassts of tick
atvaiiuie tor passga en the
j.-. oh mis nnt are prottcttd by tat
Interlock In Rin.iL-
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utntrai Agent. TravtUng At.
TO AND FROM ALL
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W1UA.UU A IN U 1'UlMTi) KAST.
Thmiiirh Paln TmikIu. Ql.
Dining and Buffet Smoking J.lbimry
Pally Trains; fast time.
For rates, fnldsra nnil full Infnrr.,..
Hon regarding tickets, routes etc. call
on or address
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Trar. l-aes. Agt, CI ty Ticket A gt
in xmra Htpoet, ptitind.
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