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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. SATURDAY, APRIL 19. 19W
Telephone. Main CSl.
TBUMS OP St'BSO.UrTlON.
Sent kr mall, per yew M M
itent bv malL tr month SO
Served by trior, per month .... SO
ml y wail, per year, la advance, Jl
The Astorlsn guarantees to iu ad
Tertteers the largest circulation at any
newspaper published on the Columbia
River. . "
STATE! REPUBLICAN TICKET,
J N. WILLIAMSON.
W. J. FURNISH.
For Supreme Judge
R. 8. BEAN.
For Secretary of State
. F. I. DUNBAR.
; C. S. MOORE.
For State Printer
J. R. WHITNEY.
t ' '
For Bup't of Public Instruction
J. H. ACKER MAN.
COUNTT REPUBLICAN TICKET.
c yr. FuxroN.
C. W. CARNAHAN.
X H. D. GRAY.
C. C. CLARKE.
X C. CLINTON.
CHAS. A- HEILBORN.
T. S. CORNELIUS.
R. C. P. ATSBCRT.
W. C. A. POHL.
Justice of the Peace
P. X. GOODMAN.
The permanency of the resources 3t
tMa section ia causing the construction
la many line, of plants unequal ed at
, any other print on the Pacific Coast
for their modern and up to date ar
rangement The beat locations are se
lected, the most Improved machinery
Is procured anl the workmanship Is
the most act en tide that can be obtain
ed. The machine shops, the saw mills,
the eannerfe and many other Institu
tions here, not only surpass the ma
jority on the Pacific Coast but equal
the best in the world.
The cold storage plant recently
completed for the Columbia River
Packers' Association Is regarded as the
eMmax of mechanical, scientific and
practical success. The construction In
every way Is the most modern and up-to-date.
The plant throughout is an
exemplification of mechanical skill;
the machinery works with the precis
Ion of a line grade watch, and every
compartment is a revelation to those
who have seen It and are sufficiently
Informed aboit such matters to
Trembling, frightened, she knows not
why. Between her sobs she tells her
Irostuitid of her misery. It is not
enough for the husband to comfort the
wile in this con-,
dirkm, she needs)
ae:p. in luost1
early days when;
the shadow of,
begins to tall
npt n the woman
she is often nerv
ous, si ee pi ess,
and full of vague
The help need
ed bv women at
this crisis is fully
furnished by Dr.
sonrishes thef'?" .
nerves and so
quiets them. It
restores the appe
tite and induces
It erives physical
strength and mental buoyancy to meet
the trial of motherhood, and makes the
baby's advent practically painless,
"I will bt very glnd to aay a few words lor
Dr. Pierce'a ftynitt ITevrtption." writes Mrs,
f. 9. UovglM, ot Msamnvillp, Brome Co., Our.
"During the flrat four munthi when 1 looked
Is beoiiminx s mothrr I aufftred very mnrb
from mumm ans vomiting, and I felt o terribly
sick I rotild acareely sat at drink anything. I
' hatad all kind bl fond. At this time I wrote to
lw. fWrtc aud h told me to yet hi "Favorits
yreachptkm' and a bottle of 'Oolden Medical
THaeovcry.' I put a bottle of each and when I
kad takes tbvm s few day I felt much better,
sad wtiini I hd taken hardly three parts or
ach hotlle I fen veil and could eat aa well as
aay one, and cm. Id do my work without sny
trouble (I a:c'.4 tun do anything before). I foci
very thankful to Ui Pirrce tor hi medicim, aud
1 tell all who lei mt they art tick to get lavaac
aanticiocs or write lo Dr. Pierce.' i
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
Bilious and CJcrvcus Disorder
Sick Headache and Constipation,
On tts Ciddinesa, Fullness and Swelling after meats, Dimness and Drowsiness, Cold
Ch i 1 Is, V! ushines of Heat, Loss of A pr"Mte, hortness of Brest h, OVwtj renew. Blotches
on the Sfcin, Disturbed Sleep. Frtchtfttl Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling
Sensations, etc. The First Dose will five relief in twenty minutes. This is no fletiou.
Every sufferer is earnestly Inrited to try a Box of these Pills, and they ill be
aUo-!dTwi to be WITHOUT A RIVAL
BEECHAMS PILLS taken as directed, witl quickly restore females to complete
health They promptlv remove any obstruction or irreeularity of the yiten and
ouickly help i WEAK STOMACH. IMPAIRED DIOESTION, DISORDERED UVER.
Prepared enly by THOMAS BEECHAM. St. Hrhss. Ene., and 303 Canal St., New York.
SaM e.trywbcrt ia koica, iUc and 15c
comprehend a real modern mechanical
Speaking of the new plant yesterday,
Mr C B. Ttvscott who has made
..." ..,. uv.
UK v u Btviosr M v.i I . .
for a number of years aaid: "It Is a
case where perfection has been reach
ed. Besides the buildinc bavin; be n
constructed of the bestt matTlal and
the machinery secured of the finest
quality, the location is in every way
most favorable; the water arrange
ments could not be improved upon.
and the convenience for receiving fish
all go to make for it what la claim
ed perfection. The manner of the
construction of the walla is a feature
within itself. The use of paper and
wooi In their construction gives per
fect control over the temperature. It
surpasses every other plant of the kind
on the Pacific Coast and equals any
In the world. I repeat. It Is perfec
Contractor Harris, of Portland, had
harge of the construction of the
building and he has done himself
proud. The present capacity of the
plant is sufficient for all demands and
equals any on the Pacific Coast The
machinery is ample to put out threa
imes the amount of the present de
mand and the storage department may
be enlarged in case the demand should
ever justify It
As the new structures go up in this
section it is well to call the attention
et the outside world to them as It
will Inform them of what la here and
have a tendency to induce others to
Join in taking advantage of the great
resources at the mouth of the Colum
bia. The Columbia River Packers' Asso
ciation is to be congratulated.
That "truth is stronger than fiction"
is well illustrated in the romance of
Miss Azalene Earl, a Portland girl,
but reecntly a telephone "hello," In
San Francisco. She answered a can
from Wm. HaHeck Deirring, a rich-
young millionaire, and her sweet voice
captured him. He laid selge to her
heart with the result that she is now
hU wife and on a tour to Europe. The
fortunate young woman is a graduate
of the Portland High School and is
said to be worthy of all the good for
tune that has so unexpectedly come to
Mira Ellen M. Stone, the ransomed
m!sionary, makes the comendable
statement that so mur-h of the pro
ceeds of her lecture ns necessary will
oe aevorea to tne rerunuine of sums
to thoye who financially embarrassed WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES are The startling announcement of a dl
. , - palJ to serve the public and our trains I covery that will surely length-n life Is
themselves in sub-enbtn? her ransom , are operated so as to mike close eon-! made by elltor O. H. Downey, ofChu
fiinfl. Lecture bureaus are already in ' June ton ZlntM. i buo. Ind. "I -,vl to tat,." he
courts contesting rights to Mws Stone's
servlces. ' i
government is up
a g ave crisis snl It will re-
quire the judgment and advice of her
brainieHt" statesman, to extricate her
lrQm ner pr-snnt qnema.
The fight on Ide. which has resulted
in his nomination i'or collector of cus-
toms for Washington, being held up,
win prooably develop into on of the ;
gTeatest politictil cenratlons in tli:
hisiory of the Wet.
It seems tliat the president ii de
termined upon a thorough Investiga
tin of the alleged "watirr cur1-," sail
to have been practiced upon refractory
natives by United States solders. This
determination is in the line of J'tftice
and should be full and searching
The price cf meat is still cll.itbing
up and may probably cause a resort lo
the vegetarian diet. A restaurant fteak
Is small enough now and to further
curtail its prportions would be resent
ed as an insult to appetite.
A Yonkers, New York, brewery agent
made himself such a good fellow with
his associates that he was enabled to
get away wllh about $50M that did
not belong to him. Buch Is Jife In the
The trading stamp business has gone
Into a decline, Judging from the fact
that 160 Oakland merchants decided
not to use them any more.
Miss Stone would reimburse those
(Who embarrassed themselves In eon -
I trlbutlng to her random fund. Doubt-
ness no one win maa tne uemanu as
i contributors renerallv were, able to do
DREADFUL. ATTACK OP WHOOP
Mrs. Ellen HarUnson. 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 with
uot getting 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
Uvea." Refuse substitutes.
For sale by Frank Hart. Druggist.
And now Germany la protesting
against America, getting favored
treatment in the Philippines.
CHRONIC BRONCHITIS CURED.
"For ten years I had chronic bron
chitis so bad that at times I could
not speak above a whisper," wries
Mr. Joseph Coffraan, 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 drue. On my recommendation
many people have used Foley's Honey
and Tar, and always with satisfac
tion." Sold by Frank Hart
Fitting of Glasses No
Longer Guess Work
Dr. Sullivan's wonderful system or
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, dlulnesa and excess ner
vousness. Cross-eyes in children
straightened without the knife. Sat-
jlsfactlon guaranteed. Consultation and
I examination free.
j Has opened an office at rooms 3 and
; 4. 598 Commercial street over Hart's
1 nnen peopie are contemplating a
! trip, whether on business or treasure.
I they naturally want the best strvice
i obtainable as Jar as spead, comfort and
naferv la irinwmaH u!mni,.. ,v.
Pullman Palaca Hleeniiur nrt rhalr
Cars on through trains.
Dining car service unexoelled. Meals
serveu a ia cant.
In order to obtain the first-class ser-
!' " the tlcke' sent
to sell you
, a liciiei uvrr
The Wisconsin Central lines
;an(1 you w, mak( drect connec.oni
at St. Paul for Chicago, MllwauKee and
all Dolnts East,
For any further Information "al! on
any ticket agent, or correspond with
Tta c povn fie p. io-'r
ien. Pass. Ag1
or JAS. A. CLOCK,
nay be had In most any
style and it prices to
wit every pocket-
dooi. iicumcsm luoi
light, medium and
heavy weights and in
several different qual
ities. We have in stock
a complete assortment
as veil as of
Union Suits for men,
women and children.
A CHATTANOOGA DRUOOIST3
Robt. X. Milter, proprietor of h
Read House Drug Store f Chattanoo
ga, Toon., writes: 'There It mora
merit In Foley's Honey and Tar than
any other cough syrup. The calls for
It multiply wondorfllly and we aU
more of it than alt other cough syr
Sold by Frank Hart
J JPaylng for experience Is an expi-nslve
jway of finding out things, yet It is
j practiced dully In most all the walks
S SECRET or LONG LIFE
i Consists in keeping all the main or
i g&ns of the bo!y lu healthy, regular
action, and in Quk-kly destroying the
deadly disease germs. Electric Bitters
j regulate Stoma., IJver and Khlneys,
, purify the blood and give a .plcndid
appetite. They work wonders In cur-
mff K1Jney Tlvubl,.Si Female
j plBjmjl Nervous Diseases, Coustlpa-
, tlon. Dyspepsia, and Malaria. Vigor-
j""" ""-"j"1 i-
! thir U8' 0nir IT"arant,ved by
Charles Rogers, druggist.
Foley s Kidney Cure If taken in tuna
affords security from all kidney and
Sold by Frank Hart.
A movement Is on foot by Germany
and BngUnd to regulate wireleu
HEADS SHOULD NEVER AC1IB.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that etopied It for
Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va.,
-she write "Dr. King's New life
Pills wholly cured me of sick head
aches I had suffered from for two
years." Cure Headaches, Constipatloa,
Billousneea. 25c at Chas. Roger?
Creain pure rye, America's finest
whisky. The only pure goods; guar
anteed rich and mellow. JOHN t
CARLSON. Sole Agent.
Two club employees fought a vic
ious duel with butcher knives in
Chicago. Both were badly hurt.
The surest and safest remedy for
kidney and bladder diseases Is Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by Frank Hart
PNEUMONIA IS ROBBED OF ITS
By Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
the racking cough and heals and
strengthens the lungs. If taken in
time It will prevent an attack of pneu
monia. Refuse substitute.
Sold by Frank Hart
Horse thieves are making life mis
erable for the farmers of Whimaa
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines. Re
Sold by Frank Hait. Druggist.
NEW CENTURY COMFORT.
Millions are dally finding a world of
comfort In Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It
kills pain from Burns, Scalds Cuts,
Bruises; cures Eruptions, Salt Rheum,
Bolls and Felons; removes Corns and
Warts. Best Pile cure on earth. Only
25c at Chas Rogers' drug store.
Mormons are not wanted In Prussia,
Two missionaries were driven out of
Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidney
and bladder right. Don't delay tak
ing. Sold by Prank Hart.
The BritiHh Cabinet Is buy
days concocting peare terms.
I FINDS WAY TO LIVE LON'l
i wrlt&9' "that Dr- King's Ne.v Dlcov-
!f"rv f"r Consumption in the most Infal
lible reme'ly that I have ever known
.... rvM.rh. rv.1.1., ,i
" T ' . , . '
valuable to people with weak lungs.
Having this wonderful medicine no one
need Iread Pneumonia or Cousump
tlon. Its ivllef Is Instant and cure
certain." Charlet liogers will guar
antee every EOa and 1100 b ttle, and
give trial bottles free.
Morgan is said to have a "finger In
the pin," regarding the BritiHh loon.
He wants a sillce.
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
Forlnflammatloa or Catarrh
of the Bladdrr anl Dlma
Kidneya. No cure no pay.
Curaa qolcklr and Perma
nently tbe worm caaea of
buiiorriiorat and .lret,
no matter of bow lonr itand
Inffi AbaolQUW harmlfiM.
Soli bj driieflnte. prliia
ai.w, or nj mall, poMpald,
THI SANTAL-PEPSIN CO.,
Sold by Chas. Rogers, W Commerci
al Street, Astoria, Oregon.
i-S .Barr.. A i.lf'fH r f I ..l I .1
li-Aji :lll(;liKtTKUti hNliMHM
fp, I" KKI n't Cold oiMUltt I,. i.. .,,,,,1
r.l""'l"r""""' TalaaaallHT. It.-I.IM
JI nfiniecrAua ubvlliallaaN m4 Inille.
i.iM. tti.j 'if our liTurgi,!, w t 4Vt
Z. ft farttalara, 1'nllwolali
7 ill l)ruii.i, 'alrbeatarl'k.ailaalt'a..
Foley's Honey ad Tar
hcu'.3 Iud3 and stops the cough,
TRULLLVGKR. EASTABROOK & CO.
H l' C l' K S M It S TO
THUO. li BACKER
loblws ttiul Valors in
C1C1ARS, TOBACCOS, 8M0KKHS ARTICLES, I'L.VYINO
CAKltf, STATION Kit Y. AlUIIKl! (iOOIKS, Cl-TI.KHY, ETC.
MEERSCHAUM AND HKIAK PU'EH '
FOUNDED A. D, I7IO
SUN INSURANCE OFFICE
THE OLDEST PURELY HKE OFFICE IN THE WORLD.
Cauah ala, ... Ju.soo.aoo
Caato Aamat In Units)) Mtatwa, .oiO.ojs
C A. HENRY & CO.. GENERAL AGENTS.
215 Sansome Street - Sai Praoclsco. Cal.
SAMUEL ELMORE & CO., GENT5
We are prepared to maks them oa
short notice and of the beat materials.
Let us give you estimates oa any kind
of eastings or pattern work, Lowest
prices tor first-class work.
TELEPHONE NO. 2451.
Fancy and t Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Lopfrers.
As Vs ALLE1N Teoth and Commercial Streets
North Pacific Brewery.
JOHN KOPP. Proprietor.
The Popular Product of the only brewery In North,
western Oregonenjoys a very, large dymcullo and ex
KOPPS BEST bottled or in keg.
Free City Delivery,
. The Finest
Commercial St. Sorts'
The Only Flrest-CIa Hotel In Portland
i U-JT nMiipT ftr" . -hv'm i js) W
l. K .T. m itaa ll-e.
315 Commercial .street
Scow Bay IrenO
far. Jsth and Krtukllo see:
Restaurant in the City
Regular Meals, 25 cents,
.Sunday Dinners a Specialty.
Wi Wa Whlle
ASK ANY ONE
Who has used Star Estate Ilanges
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
W. J. Scully
431 BOND STREET,
Between Ninth and Tenth
Is n jili'iiNiiro which untin
fUw mid bring m impious
ant nioinorifo if you wit ot
On Eleventh Street.
PRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All goo.it hlid to our car
Will recelvs aiMKilal attention.
No Ml Dusns St.
W. J COOK. Mgr.
Ilea Tsl. Illl
WHITE IP LI
..FoFOaod - isloria ode.
STR. "BAILEY CATZERT."
Pally round tri except Sunday.
tart Portland It, m,
Leave Astoria T p. m.
Tltrough Piartland oonneotions with
aframw Nahoolra from llwaoo and
Long lieaoh INXnts,
Whfts (Vllar 1,1 n U.knts inttr
chnrbl with 0. 11. N. Co. and
V. T. Co. tickets.
The Dalies Route
Dally trips tictpt Sunday.
Ieav Portland Mon . Wed., rrl., ? a. ra.
Uave Dalles. Tura, Tbur.. Sat . 7 a m.
Lv. Portland Tuea, Thur , Sat., 7 a m.
I.v. iiim, Mon.. Wed . m.. i a
Landing at foot of AM. Street. Port-
BiKii llumca, Main J5i.
John VT ptnoon, The Dalles, Ore.
A. J Tayltsr. Astoria. Or..
Juir 4 Ijemmtn, Hood Kler, Ore.
Wolfurd A Wnn nui. u.i '
.' - wt, Vancouver. Wn.
K. U. Oilbrvrti. iu- w
i?2?JlrI'2?nl leon'. Wn.'
Henry Oimalmd, Carson Wn
K. W. CIUCIITON, PortinrOregLa:
"'hw,rB W"!'" ralns.
leotrlo lighted throughou', both Inside
and out. and eiaam bested, are with
world. They embedy the Istest, rewsst
and bsst Ideas for comfort, convtmlmco
..lu,Un !.er offer' D Melltog
OUbllc. anil altnMtha. .... .
f!?,?!.,!lr.'n? ,ltn1" ?aMotlo of rhs
vast VUHUVI BJWIm
Theae splendid Trains
Tbe Great Northers
The Northern hclHc ind
Tie Canadian Pacific
AT ST. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra rharv- m .s--
. . .. V BMEl
acommodotlana inrt all
Jts are avallabls for pass4ge on the
trains oa thl line art proteetid by the
Interlocking Eloot System,
Osneral Agent. Traveling Ag-L
TO AND FROM ALL
St. PAUL, DUMJTH, MINXHAPOL1B
CHICAOO AND POINTS BAST.
rnrough Paliu and Tourist PW epera.
Dining and UufTvt Hmnuin.. t n .' "I
DaHy Trains; fast time. "
For rates, fuldors nn1 full in
Hon regardlns: titta .T" '"V.
on or address " "lK uttl
J. W. PHALON, H. DIOKSOV
Trav. ass. Agt. City Ticket Art
12J Third Btreet, Pnitiand
A. B. C. DFJNVBvrnv n v .
112, First Avenue, Seattle. Wo,