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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. WEDNESDAY. JULY 16, mi
Telephone, Main ML
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Bent by mall, per year (.(0
Bent by mall, per month M
staved carrier, per won to .... M
rut y mall, per year, in advance $1 00
The Aetorian guarantee to It ad
vertise n the largeat circulation of any
cwipaper published on the Columbia
18 THE REQUEST JtfST.
I there not mm danger In having
the man at liberty 'ht made the re
quest of Governor Geer to pardofl Mur
derer Tracy? It cannot be the request
of a man desiring Justice to rule nor
of one who has the welfare of the ris
ing generation at heart. But perhaps
the man has some bygone actions he
wis foreotten and Is thus in sym
pathy with Tracy. It Is evident the
influence of the desperado Tracy has
made deep impression upon oti
people. This is made apparent in the
terrible crime enacted a few days ago
by Barkeeper Beiding, xrf Portland,
who attempted to seek revenge and
et himself in defiance of our laws.
Wife, mother-lii-law, roomer, killed,
and father-in-law serioudy injured,
the work of this man. And after all
he regrets that he was not success
ful in killing the rest of the family.
This murderer has been an observant
reader of the heroic deeds of Tracy
the convict. He had seen his pictures
in the papers" and heard so many
others sing his deeds. Perhaps the
doctor will also desire to have Belding
pardoned io that It could encourage
a few others to take advantage of the
laws. A few more such foolish re
ouest and It' hard telling how many j
more Traeys and Merrills will be
created of our school boys. It is j
nothing more than an encouragement
for others to commit crime.
REGATTA FOR ASTORIA.
At the last meeting of the regatta
committee, everything Indicates that
the regatta will take place and will
be a very successful one. Every loy
al cltixen is greatly Interested and
realises tii&t it is of the most vital
importance that , It be held. More
than on previous occasions will the
city be benefitted by. this carnival.
Many people are interested in Asto
ria, and coming to attend this affair
will undoubtedly become even more so.
The opportunity Is one not to be
thrown away, and every business man
approached yesterday seems to fully
realize the situation and expressed a
desire for the regatta and promised
bis aid. It Is time that every Asto
rlan should wake up and seize the op
portunity to advance the city's sur
est. The regatta Is one of the oppor
tunities for advancing the community
and future welfare of every one in It.
The matter of pushing forward Asto
ria, if undertaken conjointly with the
interest of the whole state, will meet
with the support of the state and its
LOSS IN A STRIKE.
Miners Always Idle Four Months of
the Tear. .
- By the simple method of assuming
that all "the miners would have been
at work during the past seven or eight
weeks of " suspension," and that all
! ' ONLY SERVE AS A MASK FOR
1 CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
They hide its repulsive form, and this serpent disease,
Stupefied by these drugs, lies dormant until the effects
have worn off or treatment is discontinued, when it
breaks down the mask and becomes as full of life and venom as ever
Mercury and Potash may dry up the sores and eruptions, but at the same
time they drive the poison back into the blood and system, where it feeds
upon the tender tissues, membranes and nerves, finally breaking out in
most disgusting' sores and even destroying the flesh and bones.
Jilercury and Potash cannot accomplish a radical and permanent cure.
They have a palliative but not curative effect upon this treacherous snake
like disease. These drugs produce mercurial Rheumatism, destroy the
teeth and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bowels, causing inflam
mation and dyspepsia, nervousness and general derangement of the system.
S. S. S. is a Specific for Contagious Blood Poison, and the only antidote
for the peculiar virus that spreads so quickly throughout the system,
corrupting the blood and infecting every organ and fibre of the body.
regetable remedy and we offer $1,000 for proof to the contrary.
0 Write til about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise
without charge. Our home treatment book will be sent free to all who
desire it THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Atlanta, fia.
the companies would have made full
profit and run their mines on full time.
II Is comparatively ea-y to moke a
strong Knowing of the "loss" which
has taken place.
But, as a matter of fact, tne anthra
cite mines are always idle four months
of the year anyway. It makes very
little difference to either tne compan
ies or the men whether this Idleness
takes place when It is ratted a " sus
pension" by the miners or a " strike"
by the public, or whether Instead 11
comes at odd intervals during the year
when the public hears nothing about
Last year was a very active year In
the coal trade, but the breaker was
only at work 1 day. On an averge
there were lit working day or nearly
four and a half months, in which noth
ing was turned out. Miner had some
work as "laborer" in addition to this.
tasks which are not considered min
ing; but even hut year, a most pros
perous year, when the output fell just
short of CO.000.000 tons, and was one
half larger than In 1S8L passing all
previous records, men and capital
were "idle" for nearly twice a long
as the interruption which ha just
taken place to work during the past
two months since the suspension was
Jt Is wasteful and Irritating organ
isation of both capital and labor
which has provided in the anthracite
coal region so large a number of min
ers that the largest demand of the j
j public in any one year for anthracite
coal can be met by Trkinj about
eight months. The operators prefer to
select their own time for their sus
pensions, and then no one hears of it.
When the miners select ibeir time it Is
a strike. - I
Agents for Martinlquie disaster; 1-0
dollars a month; or W per cent com
mission; sample book free. , American
Wholesale Co., Wabash Ave, Chi
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bids will be received by the county
court of Clatsop County, Oregon, un
til Mnday, July 21, mi. at 10 o'clock
a. m , for the construction of an SO
foot span bridge 12 feet wide across
the Necanicom river in section 24,
township S north, range 10 west, in
Clatsop County, Oregon. Said bridge
to be constructed on a site about one
mile east of Carl Johnson's place,
whtre the counts road from Seaside
crosse the said Necanicum river.
Bidlers will present plans and speci
fications for said work, together with
a certiSed check for 10 per cent of
the amo-int of their bids, or a good and
sufficient bond or a cash depsit as a
guarantee that they will enter into
a contruit to construct said orldge
provided thjy are warded the contract.
The court re ives the right to rs-
Iject any and all bids.
J. C. CLINTON,
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bids will be received by the county
of Clatsop, Oregon, until the 21st day
of July, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. id., for the
delivery In the court house yard of
25 cords of wood, bids to state kind
of wcod to be furnished; the same to
bj of sound quality, full cord lengths,
and delivered on or before the 1st day
of September, 1S02.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
By order of the county court.
J. C. CLINTON,
FRAEL & COOK
, TRANSFER. COMPANY.
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All goods shipped to our care
Will receive special attention.
No. 538 Duane St W. J. COOK, Mgr.
Astoria, Ore. Res. TeL 1131.
S. S. fc. destroys the serpent, and eliminates
every atom of poison from the blood, it makes a
thorough and radical cure of the disease, and at the
same time builds up the general health. S. S. S.
contains no minerals of any kind, but is a purely
While they are accumulating knowledge,
on the profound sciences, are" often so
ignorant of their own natures that they
allow local disease to fasten on them to
the ruin of the general health. Back
ache, headache, nervousness, point to
disordered or diseased local condition
which should have prompt attention.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription may
be relied upon as a perfect regulator. It
stops enfeebling drain, heals inflamma
tion and ulceration, and cure female
weakness. It me. its weak uvmn ttrvng
and suit uvmn aw.
There is no alcohol in " Favorite Pre
scription" and it is entirely free from
opium, cocaine and all other narcotics.
Yonr lett ji ntcWrcd," writes MUe Rose
Kilfcther, of 4 Wert Sharpuack St., tiertnaa
town. PbitaiMiihiii. Prnaa. "Words fail to
cxprrw how thankful I am to you for your
!rke. I mit confess that for the length of
time I h been wing your nmlvdoe I have
found it to be the must wonderful and beat
remedT for fcmate trouble that t ever hare
tried. Somr i did not know of your ' Farorile
rractiptioo ytars ago.
Dr. Pierce' Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of 31 one
cent stamps to pav expense of mailing
onll. Address Dr. K V. Pierce, Bui
falo, N. Y. "
REDUCED RATES TO NORTH
The O. R. & N. Co. will sell excur
sion tickets to all North Beach Joint
Iiwaco to Nahcotta .inclusive, every
Sunday during the season at the very
low rate of $1 for the round trip.
Tickets will be good returning either
by steamer Nahcotta or T. J. Potter,
but only on date of sale.
The Oregon Home Society desires to
find home? for three boys babes, very
desirable ones, and one girl babe; also
a girl of 15 years and boy of 10 years.
Mr. I. F. Tobey, superintendent of the
home, is now In Astoria and any com
munication for him may be left at
this office. The, children may be tak
en on a three months' trial.
SUITS OUR CXJMATB.
The rapidly Increasing use of shin
gles a covering for the walls of build
ings, both to keep out the weather and
for ornamental purposes, make a
great demand for a shingle stain which
preserve the wood, prevent moss, end
retains a fresh, handsome appearance.
Particularly is such the case tn damp
climates. The need 1 well met In a
perfect article made right here tn As
toria. Cutbirth's Creosote Shingle
Stains are penetrative, preservative,
handsome and durable. They are put
up in eight colors and every package
AND BUILDER. '
FIRCT-CLASS WORK AT
Special Attention Given to Ship ard
Steamboat Repalring.Oeneral Black
smithing, Flrt-Clasa Horse.
CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANB
Installing and Repairing
The Best Equipped Shop in
Oregon Outside of Portland
Has Just Been Opened at
421 BOND ST.
Estimates Made on
Wiring for "
Of ah Kinds.
Supplies Kept in Stock
Agent ior the Celebrated ;
Beet Under tbe Ban
H. W.CYRUS, - M'ar
Be cheerful, life U oo short to b
harassed with fruitless and uwele re
nlrrintr. - v
Foley' Kidney Cure purine the
blood by straining out Impurities and
tones up the whole system. Cure
kidney and bladder troubleaw-dTor sale
by Frank Hart. Druggist.
Trt see a lawyer ahrvltMlv di-Miaed Is
Is no sign that he has a scarcity of
TREAT. YOt'R KIDNEYS
When you. are suffcrtiur from rheu
matism, the kidney must be attend
ed to at once so that they win llml
nate the uric acid from tht blood.
Foley' Kidney Cur Is the. most ef
fective remedy for this purpose. R. T.
Honklns, of Polar. Wis., says: " After
unsuccessfully doctoring- for three
years for rheumatism with the bet
doctors, I tried Foley' Kidney Cur
nd It cured me. I cannot apeak too
highly of thl treat mtslMne." For
sale by Frank Hart, druggist.
When a man say " life l not worth
living-," he Is about right If he means
Ms own life.
TWO BOTTLES CURED HIM.
'T was troubled with kidney com-
pteiivt for about two year," write A.
M. liaia. of Mt. Sterlln-. la., but two
bottles of Foley' Kidney Cure effect
ed a permanent cur." Staid by Frank
The man who rets ild and feels
cheap never underestimate himself.
Sound kidneys are e&feguard of
life. Make the kidney healthy with
Foley' Kidney Cure. Sold by Frank
G. 01. B3FF, Dentist
J7I Commercial 8t Astoria, Ore.
TELEPHONE RED KL
C. J. Trenchard
Insurancs Commission and Shipping.
Agent Wells Forgo and Pa
ciftc Expr.?f Comixm!'. Cus
tom Hou; Broker.
0?. T. It. Ball
63 Commercial Street
CIUS. W. HOLMES
BfUNfJ TO fit HOUSES TO
AN EXPERT HORSESHOES.
SHOP ON DUANE STREET.
OPPOSITE CITT HALL. -
Dr. Matthew Patton
Removed to 523 Commercial St.
Over Pet?rjon & Brown' Shoe Store.
FEMALE AND PRIVATE DIS
EASES A SPECIALTY.
Christensen & Co.,
518 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Your order for
mean, both .
FRESH AND SALT
Will be prnmpti
Will be promptly and
0. W. MORTON, Prop.
Telephone No. 321.
ScoU's Santal-Pcpsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
For Inflammation or Catarrh
vt tfin htarll.-raol lim4
Klrlncj. No cure no pay.
Cnri qtilckljr and Wrma-n'-otly
tht wornt of
jjiifirrho' and 4tt,
no mtiTht h(rw Ion tann
ine. AimtiUtU'ly taartnjrw.
Horn by dmprirUta. Price
1.90, or by mail, postpaid.
l.tt,toie, 42.7ft. -
THE SANTAl-PEPSM CO,
KnM hv Cham Ttnirarm ATA CnmmnraU
al Street. Astoria, Oregon
"-v Original mm Onlr 0atil.
t&JZS.im UV.U aM VI4
?t "J with Mm rlhbm. Take mi
VJ awcartta aftttti
MwtM iUf 9t fur Irclt4, or va 4. ia
Mmp fr purtlralara, TaalliawalaU
aa4 ' KrHar for I ll . bum, lj r.
inm MkiL 1 .( TttatAlaU. w
all DrfiM. i'htmmmmUri bfvlai?.
mavuMMi ataaara raiiaiN r
NO PAUSM ClAlMfl.
Tit proprietor of floy Honey
and Tar do not ndvcrlliHs thl
" ur our for, ponumilln." Tly
do not oUlm It will vur thl ilrt-ad
civni'Wnt In AtvnKl cm, but do
positively akkpih tlutt It will ruif In
th wuiliT and never fll to
lv comfort nd rollef In the wore!
ie, Foley' Honey and T.r I with
out doubt the rreAteat tlmwt and lui
rttedy. Hefuiw nulwtltute. 5Md l)'
Frank H-rt, driim1t.
The hand of (Ht 1 never httk n.
ASUEEP AM10 FLAMKS.
Itreakln Into btoilnc home, aoine
firemen lately dmtrtfvd the HleeliK In
mte from death. Fancied awurliy,
and death near. It' that way when
you erlect couirh and toUn. ix't
da It, Or, King;' New llery for
iVmaumptlon irive iriiwrlon a-Alnt
all Thrt, Cheat ai'd t un Trouble,
Keep It near and avoid milTerlug
deth. and doctor' bill. A tfapoon
ful stop , lat cotiKh. peralaient ua
the most tuNnrn. llnnnieaw and nle
tnallniA It' truajnuitend to atlfy by
Oharle !t.rer. Price Jc and $1.00,
Trial bottl- fm.
All vf the anti-truat Inrtnlaikm ho 'at
in to be un-truatwmnhy.
UnONCHITIS FiU TWRNTT THAUS
Mr. Minerva Smlih. of Danville. III.,
writna: " I had bronohitl fir twenty
year and never st relief until I ued
fley' Honey and Tar. whlrh I a
tre cure." Ald by Frank Hart,
If a woman i widow II la
no in that h ha a icart'lty of
When other medtclne have failed,
take Foley' Kidney Cure. It ha cur
ed when everything cle htia dlwup
ixitnted. For tle by Frank Hurt,
Dark ckmda ha llver linlnK. So
do dark lantern have brlirhr aide.
A. R. BafW. of Morttantown, Intl.,
had to ait up ten or twelve time In
the nlirtit a.nd had aevere iMu ka-he and
lan In the kidneys. Wa eured by
KVXey' Kidney Cure. For al by
Frunk Hart, druffirtat.
Bi Deal in
Pre Dwpateh UilPortland Oregonlan, Fenmry 7tb
Sfflith Premier Typewriter Co.
L & U. Alexander CVi., AgenU.
PORTLAND OFFICE - 122 THIRD STREET
m mm , m
Th Largest, Btaunchest, Steadiest, and mot seaworthy vl
ever on the rout. Beat of Table and Stat Room Accommoda
tions, will mk round trip every five dy between.
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Rallnwd & Navigation Co. and
the Astoria ft Columbia R. R. for Portland. Ban Francisco and all
point Kast. For freight and passenger rat apply to
Samuel Elmore & Co
(Jfiienil J.4fcii(.H, Ahtoilu, r.
A. ft C. R. R. Co.
B. C. IAMB,
. Portland, Or.
PACIFIC COAST COMPANY
For Steamer, Commercial and Family Use
Orders Promptly Executed . .
DOCK FOOT OF SEVENTH ST
Samuel Elmore & Co., Agts.
A BTARTHNO SUnmiSlB.
Verv few eould believe In looking at
A. T. ItM.lley, a liealthy, mbual black
amlih of Tlldon, lud., that for ten year
he auffered uoh tortus from Hheu
mailmn few eould Mtdur and live,
Hut a wonderful chang followed hi
ttikln l'JIeetile nilter. '"Pwn bol-
- h'lly cured me." h write. "nd
have not felt a twlnir In over a
year." They remwnte kldivey. puri
fy the tilomt and cur Kheumatlam,
N'eurnlirlat Kervouane, linprov d4
ireAtlon and glv petTe'-l VtealHi. Try
UMn. Only Wki at tluvrle Hoger'
tt la eailer for atne niuatelan to
etttnnti a wedllng inarvli llian try
UTCK IN THIUTKEN.
Ity endli It nvlle Win, 8ilrey. of
Walton Furnaee, Vt got a box of
lUifkli-n'a Arnti-e Halve, Utat wholly
imiiihI a horrible fever r on hi leg.
Nothing le eould. I'owlUvely cure
limine. Felon, Ulcer, lOruptlon,
I ti, Huron, Corn, and IHIe. only
JSo. (luaranleed by Charle linger,
JlUgglat. ' '
Few men hav will power enough to
do thing they don't want to .do and
don't hav to but ought to.
BTARTMNO. BUT TUUK,
"If everyone knew what a grand
medicine Dr, Klng'a New Uf 1111
la," write D, H. Turner, of Ieinpy
town. I.. "you'd -ll all you hav In
a day. Two week' ue ha mad a
new man of tne," Infallible for con
mlpatlon, atitmnoh and liver (rouble,
J5e at Charle Hogr' drug tor,
A aleter' love Itm't auppoaed U be
expensive unlem It happen to be
amne other fIUw !ter.
Active agent wanted for "Th
World on Fire" by Murat Halltead.
Hunting mountain In American In
people, startling hlatory f appalling
phenomena, threatening the globe; too
big llluat ated page, only JI M, High
est endorsement. Dlggeit profits
guaranteed. Agent clearing from $1
to 1:5 dally. Outfit fre. Enclos i
cents for poalag. Th Dominion Co.,
Dept. U Chicago.
nf rla n illiVsaffiiMkM Aeaa 114A '
Omwii vw r iiiHVHt WW ikTV
,.. Smith rrmlr.
vrENNA. Feb. 7. Th greatest ln
gle purclma of typwrlttr vr
mad ha been ordered by th min
istry of Juatlc. which, after thre
month of xbautlv competitive
teat, ha contraoUd to equip th en
tire ministry with not I than 1KM
Smith Premier typewriter, aupplying
ASK ANY ONE-
Who ha used Star Batat Rang
and they will toll you they ar b
moat Mtlafaetory they hav ever
umd. Thy requlr but lilt! fuel
and bake quick and uniform, and
ar eailly managed. For al In
Astoria only by
W. J. Scully
431 BONO 5TKEET,
Between Ninth gad Tenth
O. R. N. Co.
TELEPHONE M4IN 661
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
vr J Iti
H.tHla.m It'iM-IUtml Union De
1 tw p.m !iot for AMria ami
13:30 p.m.Miy point. l
II. 14 a.m.
1:40 ), tn.
For" " JVM-ilwnd " andill :W a,n.
way , poltilt U0.30 p.m.
AiHorl for War. T,40a,m.
niiilnii Flavel. Ft
10 30 a.m.
5:69 p in.
I 15 i
Saw4de fur War
rltrv.iu. and A-
H 60 p.m.
1 jo p.m.
7 3 p.m.
s oo p
Dttdly except Hturdy.
All Imlim make 4..e ooniwwtktn at
at.ble with nil Northern Paoltto tmtn
t.i and riiiin the Iutt nd Hound
iiulnt. J. C. MATO.
Ucn'l Fretght and ft. Aavnt
..Forlland - Astoria outs.
STR. "BAILEY GATZERT."
Dally round Hp except undr.
TIME CARD '
lave Portland 'in.
l.pv Antorta , T p. tn.
Through Portland oonntollon with
tteamer Nahcotta from llwaco and
Long Peach Point.
Whit Collar l.ln ticket lntr-
hangeabi with O. It N, C. and
V, T. Co. ticket.
The Dalles Route
STR. " TAIIOMA."
Dully trip etpt Sunday. J'?
Leave Portland Moo , Wed., Frl., i a. n.
Leave Dalle. Tur., Thur B . T v m.
Lv. Portland Tue, Thur., Rat. Urn.
Lv. Itolle. Mon., Wed., MM 7 a. m.
Landing at foot of Aldar Street. Port
Both Phone. Mala ISL
John M. Fllloon,
The Dalle. Or.
Hood River, Or.
Whit Salmon, Wn.
C arson. Wo.
, Portland O regno.
A. 1. Taylor.
J. J. Lucker,
Wolford ft Wyer.
J. C. Wyatt.
R. U. Ullbrelh.
John U. Totton,
B. W. CIUCHTON,
A familiar name of th Chicago,
Milwaukee A t. Paul Railway, known
all over the Union a Uie Ureal Railway
running the "lloneer Umlled ' train
every day and night bi-tween 8t. Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Ctrioago.
"Ttie only ierf't train In lh world."
Underntamt: t'oiineoilon ar mad
with all transcontinental line, eecurlng
to paiwenger the beat nen'lc known.
Luxurlou roaches, eleotrlo light, eteam
heat, of a variety equaled by no other
Hee that your ticket renda'vla "Tire
Mllwauki-e" whn votng to any point
In th Hulled fliate or Canada. Alt
ticket agent M il them.
For rates, pamphlet or other Infor
j. w. caskt, c x kddt.
Trav. lvuw. A'. ' n. Agt.
Portland, Ore, Portland, Or.
akd union Pacific
TIM IS rW.'HKD-
Ft, Worth, Oma
ha. Kaneas City
(:00 a. m.
4:39 p. m.
Bt. Loul. Chicago
and East. .
Salt' Lake, Dnvr
Ft. Worth, Oma
8:50 p. m.
ha, Kama City,
ington St. Paul
i p. m.
St. Louis, Chicago
Ht. Paul. Duluth.
7:00 a, m
cago and East
72 hour from Portland ' to Chloago.
No Change of Car.
OCEAN AND niVER SCHEDULB
All railing datst
subject to change.
For Ban Francis-
oo svery flv day.
7 a. m.
To Portland and
4 a. m.
Steamer Nahcotta leave Aatorla on
tide dally for llw&co, connecting there
with train for Long Deaotr, Tioga and
North Beach point. Returning ar
rive at AMtorta aam evening.
Q. W. LOUNSBBRRT, Agent,
A. U CItAlO,
Qenerci Paxaenger Agent,