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VII MORNING AST0R1AN, WEDNISDA Y, JiJLY 0, 100J
Telephone, Main 661.
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Sent by mal, per yer. Jt.CO
Bent by mall, per month W
Served by carrier, per month .... to
ent by mall, per year, In advance 1 W
The Aetorlan guarantee to iu ad
renters the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
A WKAK REPLY TO MITCHELL.
The New York Evening Post is a
model newspaper in many respects,
and Its editorials are generally as
sound a they are well written, but
the New York Evening Post has a no
torious leaning? twward the side of
capital in labor disputes. Let the dis
tant Flllj ino complain of .ippression
and the Ne' York Evening Post is
with him. Let the poor nmn in for
eign parts groan under tyranny and
the New York Evening Post will pub
lish his woes. But let a coal miner
In Western Pennsylvania demand jus
tice and relief, and straightway the
New York Evening Pout scolds hlra
harshly and upbraids him for showing
bad manners toward his betters, the
But the Post had a tough nut to
crack when It undertook to reply to
the statement of the mineworksrs giv
en out a short while ago by President
John Mitchell. The reply to Mitchell
is strained and about as puerile as it
well could be when done by the clever
pen of one of the Post's editorial
The burden of the Post's argument
it that Mitchell's statement is inex
cuaably Delated; that It is six weeks
overdue. Tardin?ss, however, is not an
element of logical unsoundness, and
the Post's other objections are more
wuruij man me nrsi ih cousiaerauoii.
President Mitchell included in his
statement some statistics of coal min
ing tfce matter of which was derived
from government reports. These sta
tistics, says the Post, will not stand
against figures actually shown on the
books of the companies. " The gov
ernment's statistics cannot, In the
first place be held to be more accurate
than tJie Reading's." Singular reas
oning this which forbids Mitchell to
take his figures from so impartial a
source as the government, and com
mands him to ret his case on figures
supplied by the adverse party in in
terest. Does not the Post confess that
"The mixing up of railroad business
with that of mining does, as President
Mitchell aserts, lead to a good deal
of bookkeepers' juggling, and makes
It very difficult to say Just what the
actual cot of product) n U in the case
of anthracite coal "? If the opera
tors have iugfled one sw of figures
why must it be presumed that other
sets may be relied on Has the Post,
which use lawyer's expressions In
plenty, never heard the maxim, " false
In one, false in all."
But the government figures quoted
by Mitchell embarass the Post, and
they are finally kicked out of the way
with the argument that " an inc rease
in labor-saving devices might account
for the apparent increase of coal min
ed per capita, even with a n.ally di
minished efficiency by the finished
miner. " Mlrrht account, certainly,
but are there any fa-is to warrant
(his argument? If there are, the bur
den Is on the Pout to produce them.
The spirit of the Post on, the labor
question breaks out violently in the
latter part of the article In that paper,
for that part Is a tart attack on the
Miners' t'nion. The Post declares that
it is a bad union, and It argue, there
fore, that thp operators are In the
rlgiht. This is a very narrow view
to take of a large matter, and it is
quite unworthy of the Post. The min
ers have not had an education equal to
that the men win writ editorials
In the New York Evening Post, and
they may not be so nice in their man
ners or choice of their words as those
writers, tout they are honest men with
a Just grievance, and the sympathy,
as well as the reason, of every good
American ought to be .with the Min
And still another Democratic state
convention turns down Bryan! Georgia
Ignores both " the peerless leader "
and the Kansas City platform in its
declaration of principles. But then
Georgia is not a Western atate. Walt
till w hear the Democratic
" Pop," Rrys.nl tej and silverltes be
yond the Mlssouri-tthen we shall have
i-irmoiiy with vengeanc. Ks.
It's a pity that a man like Tracy
will throw himself away. lust think
what the Boer army would tiave
achieved If Tracy lwd been appointed
a general. He could have fought his
way to be mayor of New York.
Having one battleship to construct
at a navy yard. It Is only fair Mr.
Moody should know that he Is regard
ed by the people of Urookiyn as the
greatest secretary of the navy the
country ever had.
An exchange likens the firecracker
to the anarchist. If the anarchist
would only follow the comparison a
little further and blow himself clean
out of existence when he xplodrs.
BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville-, III.,
writes: " I had bronchitis for twenty
years and never got relief until 1 used
Foley's Honey aivd Tax. which is a
sure cure." Sold by Frank Hart,
You can discern more of the out
cropping of human nature at a dog
fight than at a prayer meeting.
NO FALSE CLAIMS.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advertise this as a
" sure cure for consumption." They
do not claim It will cure this dread
complaint in advanced cases, but do
positively assert that it will cure in
the earlier stages and never falls to
give comfort and relief in the worst
cases. Foley's Honey and Tar is with
out doubt the greatest throat and lung
remedy. Refuse substitutes. Sold by
Frank Hart, druggist.
When a man asks you for advice first
find out the kind that he wants and
then give ft to him freely and he
will be convinced that you and him
self are two of the smartest men that
TWO BOTTI.ES CURED HIM.
1 1 was troubled with kidney com
plaint for about two years," writes A.
H. Dais, of Mt. Sterling, fa., but two
bottles of Foley's Kidnev Cure effect
ed a permanent cure." Staid by Frank
The mind of man is tempted with
exaggeration. If he hears things de
rogatory to Ms fellow he Is prone to
believe them, but if they are, good
they pass from his memory.
ASLEEP AMID FLAMES.
Breaking Into a blazing home, some
Bremen lately dragged the- sleeping in
mates from death. Fancied security,
and death near. It's that way when
you neglect coughs end colds. Don't
do it. Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption gives protection against
all Throat, Chest d n"sr Troubles.
Keep it near and avoid suffering
death, and doctor's bills. A teaspoon
ful Btops a late cough, persistent use
the most stubborn. Harmless and nice
tasting, it's guaranteed to satisfy by
Charles Rogers. Price 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW NSURANCE DEPOSIT By
THE UNITED STATES FIRE IN
To Whom It May Concern:
In accordance with the require
ments of the laws of the State of
Oregon, relative to Insurance compa
nies notice Is Hereby given that the
UNITED STATES FIRE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY, of New York, New
i one desiring to cease doing business
within the State of Oregon, intends
to withdraw its deposit with the
Treasurer of said State and wl'.t, if
no claim against said Company shall
be filed with the Insurance Commis
sioner within six months from the 21st
day of February, 1902 the same being
me aaie or me nrst puwicatlon of this
notice, withdraw its deposit from the
UNITED STATES FIRE INSUR
By W. W. UNDERHILL.
Dated at New York, this "th day of
J. A. FASTABEND
Christensen & Co.,
518 COMMERCIAL STFEET.
Central Meat Market
542 COMMERCIAL ST.
Your orders for
FRESH AND SALT
Will be promptly and
satis.'acCorlly attended to
a. W. MORTON, Prop.
Telephone No 321.
All woman who suffer
from chronlo diseases
to write to Dr. Pierce"
That advice is based upon practical
experience. After suffering lor months
and finding no benefit result from the
treatment ol the
Miss Belle Uedrick
wrote to Dr. Pierce
for advice. She
acted on the advice,
regained her appe
tite, recovered her
strength, and gain
ed several pounds
fv in wiht.
" Write to Doctor
Pierce is good ad
viee for every
woman to follow.
It costs nothing.
Ir. Pierce invites
sick women to con
sult him, by letter,
pvt. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, In
valids' Hotel and
Buffalo. N. Y.
In a little over thirty years, IV. Pierce,
assisted by his stuff of nearly a score of
physicians, has treated and cured over
naif a million women.
"I wfrml from female weaknua for fit
month. write? Mi? Hetle Hftinvk of Nye.
Putnam Co . W. V "I w Irt-atrit by good
phv.-ttoan. but he never ccuiM to do me any
mxx). I wrote to lr. R V Pierce for aitvtce.
which t receive! lellin me totse hta ' Favorite
tresvrittion ' am! 'GvUicn Mrviieal ii-overy '
I took thirteen bottle of Favorite tYnamntion '
anti eiflht of MUM" n Mct'.i.-a! Pi-overy.' When
1 had used the nsevlk-ine a month mv health was
much improved. U ha continue! to improve
nutit now I can work at almoal alt ktmU of
housework. 1 had scr.rcrrv sttv appetite, but it
I all right now. Hax-e itninei! -vrral pouois
in weijeht. I alvi nil who suffer from chronic
disease to write to lr. Pierce."
Dr. lSerce's Plcasstut FcllcU regulate
Sound kidney are safeguards of
life. Make the kidneys healthy with
Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by Frank
Srtrin could truly be called the
sweetest season of tie year If it was
not for the onions.
When nther medicine hn.ve f:ille1
take FYdev's Kidnev iire. It h&jt enr.
ed when everything else has disap
pointed. For sale by Frank Hart,
This would be a beautiful and oleas-
ant world to live In If every one would
discourage the flying reports deroga
tory to his neighbor's conduct.
A. R. Bass, of Morgantown. led.
had to get up ten or twelve times In
the night and had severe backache and
pains in the kidneys. Waa cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure. For sale by
Frank Hart, druggist.
Try to be calm and serene, for life
is full of blessings, and we should
learn ourselves how to magnify them
and be happy.
Foley's Kidnev Cur nurlflea tho
blood by straining out Impurities and
tones UD the whale hviimii. rnraa
kidney and bladder troubles. For sale
oy frame wart. Druggist.
Wp don't ftp bow n woman la aKlo
to tell or 1-MYt wlwlhr hr hat fa nn
straight. The pesky things are built
cruoKea on purpose.
TREAT YOUH KIDNEYS FOR
When you are suffering from rheu
matism, the kidneys must be attend
ed to at once so thstt they will elimi
nate the uric acid from thte blood.
Foley's Kidney Cure Is the most ef
fective remedy for this purpose. R. T.
Hopkins, of Polar. Wis., says: " After
unsuccessfully doctoring for three
yiars for rheumatism with the bt-st
doctors. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
and it cured me. 1 cannot speak too
highly of this great medicine." For
sale by Frank Hart, druggist.
A true eentleman will treat n-rv
woman he meets as he would wi-h
nnther man to treat his Innocent.
A STARTLING SURPRISE.
Very few could believe In looking at
A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust black
smith of Tilden, Ind., that for ten years
If suffered such tortures from Rheu
matism as few could endure and live.
Hut a wonderful change followed his
taking Electric Bitters. "Two bot-
t-holly cured me." he writes, "and
I have not felt a twinge in over a
year." They regulate the kidneys, puri
ty tne Wooo and cure Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Nervousness. Improve di
gestion and give perfect health. Try
tr;m. Only 50c at Charles Rogers'
All marriage ties are the same. For
an afternoon wedding a four-ln-hand
is worn and at an evening wedding a
LUCK IN THIRTEEN,
liy sending 13 miles Wm. Splrey, of
Walton Furnace, Vt., got a box of
Tiurklen's Arnica Salve, that wholly
cured a horrible fever sore on his leg.
Nothing els could. Positively cures
lirulsf's. Felons, Ulcers, Eruptions,
Roils, Hums, Corns, and Piles. Only
2. Ouaranteed by Charles Rotrers,
The oninions of some tieotile nre not.
worth mutti. If they were they would
not be spending them so freely.
STARTLING, BUT TRUE.
"If everyone knew what a grand
medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills
i.," writes D. H. Turner, of Dempsey
town. Pa., "you'd sell all you h;ive In
a day. Two weeks' use has made a
new man of me." Infallible for con
stipation, stomach and liver troubles.
1 2oc at Charles Rogers' drug store.
A broken reputation Is like a broken
vae. It can be mended, but the crack
Active agents wanted for "Th
World on Fire" by Murat IJrtlstead.
Burning mountains In Amerltan in
people, startling history of appalling
phenomena, threatening the globe; 800
big illustrated pages, only $1.60. High
est endorsements. Biggest profits
guaranteed. Agents clearing from $3
to 325 dally. Outfit free. Enclose 1
cent for postage. The Dominion Co.,
Dept. I Chicago. ,
If you should happen to see a man
with a wooden leg don't get excited;
that Is just bis other leg.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
S:0a.m.jlrtlitnd Union lv-ill;la.m.
rtxt p.m. pot for Astoria ami S 10 p.m.
'2:W p.m.jwny point.
:).. m'For IVrtland and'UJOn.m.
:lp.ni. way points ilO.TOp.m,
SKA' tUK PIVIMHN
Astoria for Wur-' 7,40 a.m.
IT-IM1M1 I-H"l, e .'.. .'V Glll
Steven. Hammond. I
5 ; 5.) p.m.
I Setusiile for Win- j S :!?. m.
i renton. FUivel, IJ Wp.m.
j llnmmond. Ft, l:;w p.m.
Stevens, and As- 7:p.m.
I.trla. '6: W p.m.
Dni!y except Saturday.
All twins make close connections at
tloble with nil Northern Pacific trttitts
to and from the Enst and found
points. J, C. MAYO,
Oen'l Freight and laj-. Agent
..Fortland - Astoria Houle.
STR. "BAILEY GATZERT."
Daily round trips except Sunday.
Iave Fortland 7 a. m.
Leave Astoria 7 p. m.
Through Portland connections with
steamer Nahcotta from llwaco and
Long Reach Points.
White Collar Line ticket Inter
changeable with O. R. & N. Ce. and
V. T. Co. ticket
The Dalles Route
STR. " TAH0MA,"
Djlly trip except Sunday.
Leave Portland Mon . Wed., "rl., ' a m.
Leave Dalles, Tues., Thur., Sat, 7 am.
Lv. Portland Tuc., Thur., Sat., 7 am.
Lv. Dalles, Mon., Wed., Fri 7 a. m.
Landing at foot of Aldet Street, Port
Both Phone. Main 3ol.
i AGENTS. I
John M. Fllloon,
A. J. Taylor,
J. 3. Luckey,
Wolford 4 Wyer,
J. C. Wyatt,
R. B. Gllbreth.
John M. Totton,
1 w CRicHTON
The Dalles, Ore. !
Astoria. Ore. j
Hood River, Ore.
Tl'L I. . f . I . . . I
t ii i lc oaimon, nn.
, Portland Oregon.
Don't Guess at It
But If you are govt- East write us
for our rates and let us tell you about
the service and accommodations offer
ed by the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAILROAD. THROUGH TOURIST
Cars via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
from PACIFIC COAST to Chicago and
Cincinnati. Don't fall to write us
about your trip as we are in a posi
tion to give you some valuable Infor
mation and assistance; 5319 miles of
track over which are operated some
of the finest trains In the world.
For particulars regarding freight or
passenger rates call on or address.
. C. LIND8ET. B. H. TRUMBELL,
T. F. & R. A. Com'l Agt
142 Third St.. Portland. Ore.
A familiar name of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known
all over the Union as the Great Railway
running the "Pioneer Limited" trains
every day and night between St. Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago.
"The only perfect train In the world."
Understand: Connections are made
with all transcontinental lines, securing
to passengers the best service known.
Luxurious coaches, eleotrlc light, steam
heat, of a variety equaled by no other
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in the Uulted States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell (hem.
For, rates, pamphlets or other infor
J. W. CSEY, . C. J. EDDY.
Trav. Paw. Vet.. n ,gt.
Portland. Ore. Portland, Om.
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
For TDflamniAtion or Catarrh
of the Hladili-r anil Dlociued
KM1H7N. No cure no pay.
Cares qnlckly and Pcrina
nt-nlly Ihtt worat cafwa of
tUuiiorrliora and fltel,
do mut'rof how Jong atand.
fnjt. Abaolatifly harmifta.
Sold tr drui-irUta. iric!
1.00, or by mall, postpaid,
THE SANTAL-PEPSIN CO.,
Sold by Chaa. Rogers, 459 Commerci
al Street, Astoria. Oregon.
A Nickel Harvest
will b yoart ewerf d7 In tb jmw it yon own
MILLS COIN OPERATINO MACHINES
Write for eaUloff and motwty maklnf mesaUoni.
MILLS NOVELTY CO., Chicago.
II to 23 South JHIarsos ItreeL
Big Deal in Typewriters
Austrian Oovernmont Orders 1100
lVs PipUh loH'orllniul triniiln, Ft-lirimry "111
Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
L A M. Alt'XtmtU'i'iACo., Agt'iit!.
PORTLAND OFFICE - 122 THIRD STREET
II A III M
11 AA 11 ,ui I
The Largest. Staunchcat, Steadiest, and most seaworthy vessel
ever on the route. Beat of Table end Slate Room Accommoda
tions. Will nuke round trip every five day between.
Astoria and Tillamook
Connecting at Astoria wiih the Oregon Railroad A Navlgfttloa Co. and
the Astoria Columbia R- R. for Portland. San Franolaoo aaa all
point Kant. For freight and passenger rate apptr te
Samuel B I more Sr Co
tjieiscrtsl 'Agents, AstorlAlr.
B. C. LAMB,
A. ft C. R. R. Co.
Port! tad. Or.
North Pacific Brewery.
JOHN KOPF, Proprietor.
The Popular Product of the only brewery In North,
western Oregon enjoys n very,' largs tlomcntlc and ex
KOPPS BKST bottled or in keH.
Free City Delivery.
PACIFIC COAST COMPANY
For Steamer, Commercial and Family Use
Orders Promptly Executed . .
DOCK FOOT OF SEVENTH ST
Samuel Elmore & Co.. Agts.
The Only Rli-Nt-CIa
FOUNDED A. D. I7IO
SUN INSURANCE OFFICE
THE OLDEST 1'L'RKLY I IKi: OFFICE IN THE WORLD.
Cah Aaateta. ... u,go,oao
Cetah Aatatatat In United Htatea, a.oin.Qj.
C A. HENRY & CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
215 Sansome Street San Francisco, Cal.
VIENNA, Feb. T.-The greatest sin
lie purchase ol typewritten ever
made hue been ordered by the min
Istry of justice, which, after three
month of exhaustive competitive
tents, has contracted to equip th en
tire ministry with not ! than ljoe
Smith Premier typewriters, supplying
ASK ANY ONE
Wlht has used Star Bslat Rang
and they will tell you they are 'he
mt entlsfaotory they have ever
ud. They requlie but little fuel
ul bake quick and uniform, and
are enlly managed. For Ml in
Asioria only by
W. J. Scully
4JI BOND STKKET,
Betwevfl Ninth antt Tenth
O. R. ft Nf. Co.
TELEPHONE AUIN 661
Hotel In Pnrtlntid
& CO., AQENT5
TO AND FHQM' ALL
3t. I'AHU DUUITIt. MINNICAPOUB,
l'UICA(H) AND POINT KA8T.
Tlmonth l'l enl T.rtiiUt Hliwre.
Olulnn n, HufM Hmuklng Library
Dally Tiatne; fnet time
Pur rntmi, fuller unl full Inforni.
1 1 mi Kgtr.lmit II keto, toutee eto, cult
mi or Milrwui
J W. I'HALON, II. PICKBON
Trev 1'm. Agt. Clijr Ticket Ait
15J Thini Slrt, IflUnl.
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(11 Kim l Avenue. SMtlle, Wh.
When n'H "r" '( ,U:lit
tiiii, wltniliKr on bualiifH itr htrasurv.
t thf y natumlly wont the bnt eirv'.-e
iiinninnnic m iiir wu, r.niiiiiri una
Hfply 1 iHimwrnMl Bmploym of th1
YV1HHNHIN tlJNTIUI. I.INW.1 krt
vtl to tvrvn thn ul)llc anil our tralne
a rr uiH-itttml tut to milk rliiav con-iii-MitMix
with (llvnnrttm II n re at ell
riiHmnn PiUm- Hliilnf end Chtvlr
Care nn ttiniurh tnilne.
IXnlnx or (twice unvxolled, Ueele
mrvnl hi carte,
lu order to oUlnln the 11 ret-
vlM, aufk Urn ticket vaent to eetl you
a tldtH ovor ,
The Wisconsin Central Lines
end you will make dliwt t(4irctloni
a Ht I'aul for ttik-aro, Mlleraukee an4
II polnu HVurt.
irnr any furltwr Information call on
any tlrkee ajfreit .or eormiioiu wtlli
JTAB. O, ltND, (n. Iw A t,
or JAM. A. CUK'K, Milwaukee. Wie.
UXURIOUS 1 RAVEL
Th, "Norihweiteni- Umt'id- tralna,
eiiwUlo llfhi.il throughou', both tnetde
and out. and eietni Heated, are with
out esceptlon, (be floeat tralni la the
world. They embody the lileet, peweet
and beat Ideal (or comfort, oonveoiiwioe
and luxury ever offered (be travelling
oubllc, and altogether are the nu-ei
cnmplete and splendid production of the
car builders' art.
These spl-ndld Trains
The Great Northern
The Northern IVINc and
The Canadian I'aciric
AT 8T. PAUL rOR
CHICAGO and the CAST.
No tra cfcarse tor ;hse superior
arommodatlons and all rlaaaea of tlck
is are available for paesige on the
trains oa this line are protecifd by the
Interlocking BloeU gyatetn.
W. H. Ml'jAU h. U SISLEn.
Oenerel Agent. Traveling Ag"t.
In a Word This Tells of the Pmee.iger
fhe Rorlhwestcrn line..
Eight Trains Daily Between 8t. Paul
and Chicago, eompiialng
The Latest Pullman Bleepers,
I'eerleug Dining Care,
Library and Observation Cars,
Tree Iiecllnlng Chair Care,
The 20th Century Trains
Runs kvery Day of the Hear.
The Finest Train in the Worla
Electric Uyhtcd Heated
THK BADGER STATE EXPRESS, the
Firieei ljully Train llunnlng Uetweea
Ht. Paul and Chicago, via the Short
Connections from ihe Wet Made via
The NORTH KRN PACIFIC
(J It BAT NORTHERN AND
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'TU.
This Is also the BEST LINB between
Omaha, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
All Agents Bel) Tickets via
The Northwestern Line
W. H. MEAD, H. L. 8 ISLE It,
General Agent, Trav. Agent
J4II Alder Street, Portland. Oregoa
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f EiUiYROYAL PILLS
V . . Orllnal ana Orl, tltaolaa.
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