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ML A10KMNG ASTOKIAN. SATURDAY. NOVEMMiU 22. l!h)J
Telephone, Main 681.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Bent by mail, per year .0
Bent by mall, per month M
Served by carrier, per month .... 10
Bent by mail, per rear, In advance $1 00
The Asforlan guarantee! to its ad
vertisers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
THE ASTORIAN PUBLISHING CO.,
. Two years ago James A. Norton was
elected to represent the Thirteenth
Ohio district In congress by a majority
at em. This was Mr. Norton's third
election, nnd when the republicans
demonstrated this year their approval
of his course In the usual manner, he
considered himself as good as elected,
avs the Salem Statesman. But subse
quent events Droved that 2000 girls em
ployed In an underwear factory had
the power to change the political com
plexion of Ihe district. This factory
was owned by a man named Jackson,
who had conceived the Idea that he
would like to go to congress. It was
not dlfficuult to set a democratic nom
ination In a district that had a clear
republican majority of 6000, and In due
time Mr. Jackson surprised his friends
by announcing himself a candidate for
congress There was another surprise
In store Tor the people of the district
' Mr. Jackson gave his 2000 girls a two
weeks' holiday, and in the letter com
municating his intentions he remind
ed them that the best of relations had
always existed between he young ladies
and himself, and that these relations
would not be Interrupted if he should
be elected to congress. The girls took
th hint. Whether a majority of them
were republicans or democrats is not
recorded, bnt they employed their hol
idav persuading men to vote for a
democrat The 6000 republican major
ity was piped out and a democratic
maV ritv of 2000 recorded In its place.
This is not referred to as a bit of fem
inine caprice on the part of the girls.
Mr. Jackson had been a model
employer. He had established high
schools, libraries and hospitals, and
riven them a good time when they
were well, and taken care of them
when they were sick. He had also
oaid them liberal wages, but not so
liberal that he could not pile up a snug
fortune for himself.
We have all heard so much about
"the meteor flag of Britain" that it will
come as a surprise to many in this
country to iearn that the English pap
ers are engaged in a discussion as to
what really constitutes the national
flaij, as the term is understood by
Americans. The charts of "flags of
all nations" give us several versions of
the British emblem, and every differ-
It is a singular thing that in the
popular view of disease the interde
pendence of the several organs of the
body is lost sight of. The heart, for
example, is diseased and it is treated as
if it were entirely separated from, and
independent of, every other organ.
The fallacy of this opinion is shown
by the cures of heart "trouble," liver
"trouble," kidney " trouble" and other
ao-called " troubles," effected by the use
of Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery. Primarily the "Discovery" is a
medicine for the cure of diseases of the
stomach and blood. But it cures dis
eases of organs seemingly remote from
the stomach, because these diseases have
their origin in a diseased condition of
the stomach and its associated organs
cf digestion and nutrition.
I doctored with three different doctor for
weak heart, but they did me BO good," writes
Mr. Julia A. Wilcoa, of Cygnet, Woud Co., Ohio,
oi " I waa ao tired and discouraged if 1 had
had my choice to live or die I would haw pre
ferred to die. My husband heard of ' Golden
Uediral Discovery 'and he bought a bottle. I
look that and the'Brat half teemed to help me.
I took sia bottles before I stopped. I am per
fectly well, and am cooking for si boarders
It has been a Godsend tome."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets curs con
ins wile's In
entlHtion and addition to the "union
luck" has some separate significance.
What was originally the "meteor" Hag,
presumably, is the red Held with the
union of crosses of St. George and St,
Andrew on a blue ground "canton"
would be the heraldic term In the
right-hand, or "dexter," upper corner;
but that Is employed now, according
tn the charts, only for ships of the
merchant service, and is known as the
"red ensign." There are also the white
and the blue ensigns. The union Hag,
or the "Jack." is the lighting flag, and
iiseJ ashore or on men-of-war on the
jack Stan, or nown at tne peaa '
admiral of the tieet. With certain ad- j
....,. .. u hvitnlomats. afloat
or ashore. There is an incongruity in ;
land forces bearing the "red ensign," j
s uninformed artists and theatrical '
managers usually make them do on
v. .i i.
canvass or on me huisc vnr i-.ns.ti;-,. ,
j cago, St. Paul and Minneapolis Limit
authority states that a fine of 100 eJ and WU ragg,t of 8leepng car
noil iids sterling 'an be properly im-
posed on ships (lying an unauthorised
vrinn of the Rritish tlae-lf the term
. . , ,., ,!
is admissible. The "white ensign is ;
flown by ships of war and yachts of
the royal squadron, and the blue en-
sistl on snips eottimanueu u utiu'eis
. . . . .... .n
of the royal naval reserve. The red
and blue ensigns are the most fre
quently seen at our ports. It has come
in these latter days that the "union
tack" is regarded In the English popu-
lar mind as "the" Hag of the nation,
but there is, according to the Brooklyn
Standard L'nion, no legal authority for
so considering it, and one writer on
the tooic in England has suggested
that the king submit the matter to his
advisers and the college of arms for
adjudication The heralds should be
able to settle It "according to Hoyle,"
or at least Burke. Tills discuussion,
by thi way, recalls the fact that, what
with changes anl uncertainties, the
"stars and stripes" is the oldest es
tablished flag that Hies.
A aew census has been taken of the
population of China, which adds nearly
one hundred millions to the average
estimates of Europeans. The esti
mate of 400.000,0000 has been considered
as the result of estl mates arrived at by
a count of thickly settled provinces
applied to the entire territorial area of
the empire. The new census taken ny
Chines gives a total of 426,000,000. This
represents a gain of 43,000,400 on the
estimate of E. M. Koebler, a German
geographer, who conceded a population
of 380.000,000 ,in 1SS2. An increase of
46,000,000 In the population cf China In
20 years seems improbable, though the
percentage of Increase would he less
than that of the United States in the
same time. Accepting the census fig
ures as correct, they afford another il
lustration that poverty is no bar to
human productivity. The people of
China ar? poor and :,eem content to re
main poor. The requirements of life
are so small that one more mouth to
feed and one more tack to clothe seern
of little consequence. In the 1,'nittd
States the co-it of rearing a child as
the law requires to the working age is
hardly less thin $1,000. Thi3, if course,
does not include tne so-raUel higher
education or special accomplishments.
It represents the lvs'Ui'e cost of food
and clothing during a period of about
14 years, at which time the law per
mits the child to contrlb ite to its own
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Brorno Quinine Tablets.
This signature fttg, on
every box. 25c. "JC'V -"
A STARTLING SURPRISE.
Very fe.v couldb tlleve in looking
at A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robuust
blacksmith of Tilden. Ind., that for
ten years he suffered such tortureB
from Rheumatism as few could endure
.Mid live. But a wonderful change fol
lowed his taking Electric Bitters. "Two
bottl.-s wholly cured me," he writes,
"and I have not felt a twinge in over
a year." They regulate the Kidneys,
purify the blood and cure Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Nervousness, improve di
gestion and give perfect health. Try
them. Only 50 cts. at Chas. Rogers
AN ALL ABIDING FAITH.
The Illinois Central railroad com
pany has an all abiding faith in the
future of the great Northwest. A
short time ago, this wag manifested by
the establishment In Seattle of an ag
ency to take care their Interests there.
The latest effort Is to put on a splen
didly equipped new train service run
ning between St. Paul and Chicago,
The new trains will be running Sun
day November 2. They will use their
own rails between Chicago and Albert
Lea, Minn., and the Minneapolis & St
Louis railway track from Albert Lea,
to Minneapolis and St. Paul running
into the union depot at St. Paul, which
Let the GOLD DUST twins do your
No Soto, Borax. Soda or Ammonia t needed wits
With lit water and lest aflort you can elaan anj
thine about the houw btttar. easier and ctwapar than
won to&p or any oinsr uaanser. unea irj u. jwi i
' THE FAIRBAHK COWAMT.
wucaro, na iotk, ootion, av una,
atakert of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
is the same that Is used by all lines
j that clty.
The train Is to be known as The Cia
, buffet library car and reclining chair
j car through without chnge. between
' i-nicago ana Minneapolis ana si. raui
Pining car service will also be main
tAtntHl. atinner hem? served out of f'hl.
, ngo anJ breakft ,n(0
t Trains will leave St. Paul at 7:10 p.
m. and arrive in Chicago 9:30 a. m.
Leave Chicago at 6:10 p. m. and ar
rive In St. Paul 9:10 a. m. making
chise connection at St. Paul with all
western lines. Tickets can be pur
chased via. this line. In connection
with nil western lines, at all stations
For further Information regarding
rates, time, etc.. call on or address:
Commercial agent 111 Cent It It. 142
Third street. Portland. Ore.
PAUL B. TOMPSON,
Freight and passenger agent, 111 Cent
R rt, Seattle, Wash.
ASLEEP AMID FLAMES.
Hreaklns into a blazing home, some
firemen lately dragged the sleeping In
mates from death. Fancied security
and death near. It's that way whn
you neglect coughs and colds. Don't
do it Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption gives perfect protection
against all Throat, Chest and Lung
troubles. Keep It near, and avoid suf
fering, death and doctor's bills. A
teaspoonful stops a laate cough, per
sistant use the most stuborn. Harm
less and nice tasting. It's guaranteed
to satisfy by Chas. Rogers. Price 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
A FINE LIBART.
Of 140 volumes Is found on each of
the Northern Pacific's "North Coast
Limited" trains. Don't forget that
these are the only trains operated tn
the West that are lighted throughout
Some Inter- -'
When people are .onten.ilatl.-tg a
trip, whether on business or pleasure,
they naturally want the best serWe
obtainable as far as speed, comfort and
safety is concerned. Employes of thi
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES are
paid to serve the public and our train."
are operated so as to make close con
nections with diverging lines at all
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair
Cars on through trains.
Dining car sen-ice unexeslled, .ilealp
served a la carte.
In order to obtain the first-class ser
vice, ask the ticket agent to sell you
a ticket over
The Wisconsin Central Unci
and you will make direct to.it.ectlon
a St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all points East.
For any further Information call on
any ticket agent ,or correspond with
JAS. C. POND, Gen. Pass. Ag"t.
or JAS A. CLOCK. Milwaukee. Wis.
, NOTICE FOR PUBLIC VTION.
United States Land Office, Oregon
City, Oregon, October 18, 1902.
Notice Is hereby given that "in com
pliance with the provisions of the a''t
of congress of June 3, 1878, entittlcd
"An act for the sale of timber lands
in the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all public land states
by act of August 4, 1802,
JOHN is. ORTSCHILD,
of Portland, county of Multnomah,
state of Oregon, has this day filed In
this office his sworn statement No.
0931, for the purchase of the lots No.
1 and 2, SV& NE SE4 NW' of section
6 In township No. 4 north, range No.
10 west, and will offar proof to show
that the land sought Is more valuable
for Its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the register
and receiver of this office at Oregon
City, Oregon, on Saturday, the 10th
day of January, 1903.
He names .w wltnestes: Alfred Gus
tafson 'of Seaside, Ore.; Marlon Edee,
of Htlsboro, Ore.; Mary Humphreys, of
Hillsboro, Ore.; Richard H. Tabor, of
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to die their claims In this
office on or before said 10th day of
CHAS, B. MOORE3,
KOPP'S FAMOUS BEER
Bottled or In Ken
Free City Delivery
North Pacific Brewing Company, Astoria
i:.MIL SClllMPIT, (ioiKTtil MuniiKr.
PACIFIC COAST COMPANY
. For Steamer, Commercial and Family Use
Orders Promptly Executed.
DOCK FOOT OF SEVENTH ST
Samuel Elmore & Co., Agts.
W ZKALAND FIRE
W. P. THOMAS,
Has been Uiulerwritinsj on the
SAMUEL ELMORE A
Steamer SUE II. ELMORE
The Larjrest, fltaunchest. Steadiest, and most seaworthy vessel
ever on the route. Best of Table and State Room Accommoda
tions. Will make round trips every Ave days between.
Astoria and Tillamook
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railroad aV Navigation Co. and
the Astoria aV Columbia R. R. for i'ortlsnd. Ban Francisco and ' all
Points East. Tor freight and passenger rates apply to
Samuel Blmorc & Co.
- General Agent, Antorla, Or.
B. C. IAMB.
A. C. R. R. Co.
B 6c O
1 Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
CHICAGO i NEW YORK
Via WASHINGTON, 1). C.
Finest and Fastest sories of trains in tho world. Palatial
Coaches, Pullman HulTet Parlor and Drawing Room Cars.
The Finest Dining Car Service in the World
Is operated by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
B. M. AUSTIN, General Pass. Agt. - - Chicago, III
SUN INSURANCE OFFICE
THE OLDEST PURELY FIRE OFFICE IN THE WORLD.
Cah A.siets . . Sii,kh,ojo
Caah Aaaata In Unlti d Htatea, a.oiA.qjg
C A. HENRY & CO., GENERAL AGENiS.
215 Sansome Street San Pranclsco. Cal,
SAMURL ELMORE &
cannot be expended to better advantage foi yourself
or absent friends than in a year's subscription for the
It gives all the city and county "ews twice each week
for only one dollar a year iu advance. -
TELEPHONE AKIN 661
Mgr., San Francisco.
Paeitie Const ovi t twenty-two year
CO.. Agents, Astoria, Oro.
O. R. N. CO.
fho Fcor of All trains
, Is the Punnnu Nortwiati'rn
Limited dolly between Mlntto
apolts, St, 1'itul mid CliUngo
Without extvptlon tlu tlmal and
most luxurious tiulu In the world.
You will rwrtlUo wlmt I'omtoi'UUIc
iruvellug Is If you ride on this famous
Irnln. For full infoi'mutUm iuIiIitm
o. J. oitAY, it. u nisi.i:n.
Trnveilng Agutit. On.-i-ul Aiiriit.
2ii Aldt-r Slrert, Portlnm!, tr.
TO AND FHOM ALL
St PAT U VVUmi. MINNKAPOUB,
CHICAGO AND POINTS KA8T.
Through Palm's and Tourist U rprrs.
Dining and Uuflvt Hmuklng Library
Davlly Trains: fast lime.
For rates, fuller and full Informa
tion regarding tickets, routes sis., oatl
on or addrmw
W. PHALON. it. DI0K8ON
Trav I as. Agt. City Tloktt AgL
i:i Third Hireet. P'wilkml.
A. B. C. DfcNmHTON. O. W. P. A
111 First Avenu. SsntUs. Wash.
Time Curd of'Train
Puget Bound Limited. 7 M am fits ptn
Kansas Clty-at, Louis
Mpeciai mil am ts pm
North Coast Limited 1:30 P m 7:00 a m
TiK-oma and tieiitlla Nltiht
Kxurvss ll:4i) pm 1:0ft p m
Tuk Pugst Bound Limited or North
Con.it Limited for Gray's Harbor point
Take Pugot Bound Limited for Olym-
Tsko Puget Bound Limited or lean-
As Clty-Ht. I-ouls Special for points
on South Iicml branch.
Double dully train sorvlcs on Gray's
Four tritlns dally between Portland,
Tucottia and Seattle.
A. I). CHARLTON,
Assistant Oenrrnl Piis'mcer Agt .
265 Morrison St.. Portlund, Or.
akd union Pacific
Pall I-ake, D river,
Ft. Worth, Omi
ha, Kansas City
00 a. m.
4:30 p. n
Ht. Louis, Clilcugu
Putt Lake, Denver
Ft. Worth, Omi
r.o n. m.
ha, Kansas City,
8:10 a. a
ington Ht. Paul
St. Louis, Chlcagu
Walla , Walla,
6 p. m.
Hi. i'iiul, Dumb
7:00 a. in
cng.i nnd Earn
72 hours from P 'nlund to Chlongu
No Changs nf Cars.
Oi'EAN AND KIVER HCHKDULH ,
From Astoria '
All sailing ilati.i
i subject to chung.'
I For San Fram lx-
co every five days
7 a. m. i Columbia Klvr
Dallve. To Portland and
cent Hun. ' Way Lunrllnga.
4 a. m.
Steamer Nahcotta leaves Antorla on
tide dally for Ilwaco, connecting there
ivlth trains for Long Beaoh, Tioga and
North Beach polnu. Returning ar
rives at Astoria same evening.
O, W. LOUNHBKIUir, Agent.
A. L. CRAIO,
General Pnsxenicer Agent,
FRAEL Si COOK
' Telephone 22L
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All goods shipped to our cars
Will receive special attention.
No 538 Duana St. W. X COOK. Mgr.
NOWTH COAST LIMITED.
Is only run by tits Northern Paolfls
between Purtland and Mlnnaapolls and
St. Paul, through Taooma, SeatUt,
Sliukaiia, Mrsaoula, llutta, Llvlngaton,
lillllntia, Illsinark and Far go. Might
of Lhs trains are on the run dally,
four east and four wast. IGaoti la a
soUd veatlbuled train, oarrylnf stand
ars) Psllinan tourist alesipers, dlnlivg
oar, day ooaohea, mall, siprsas and
baa urn ice car and ths tlsgant obasrva
Uon oar, tHaoh train la btiiliantlr
llghtod with over M0 llghu and ths
beauty of It all la you can travel Just
sa cheaply oa this train aa on any
other. All rspitwsntatlyea wal baj
glad to ajhra you additional Informa
tion. A. D. Charlton, Assistant dsn
era! Passenger Agent, Hi Morrison St,
Fortlitnd, Orsgon. ,
' WUKItM TO HUNT AND mil."
Nortliorn Pad fin's new gams book Is
now ready for distribution. Illustra
tions of llvo gams a particular feature.
Four full Magi from Setnn-Thoms
anifa drawings mads spaolally for this
book. Hcnd address with ass osnta and
hook wfll bs mailed lo you by Chaa,
H t 0. P. 4 T. A., Ht Paul, Minn.
LUCK IN nilRTKKN.
f)y avnding tblrtoon ntlles Wm.
Httlrey, of Walton Furnace, Vt got
a tone of ll'klu's Arnica Satvs that
whully curjd a horrible fover sore on
his log;, Nothing else could, Psi
lh'ly ouurvs Itrulsna, Felons, Ulcers,
Wniptlinis, Holla, Hums, Corns and
pllos. ttnly '. Uuaranterd by Chaa.
Villi laaW, IllfiUllls tti llMMlstf
Fm."rr.oijt wohk at
MKAHONAntJJ I'M ICID8.
Special Attention Olvn to Ship ard
Htsaniboat Itapalrlng.aeneral lllaofc
minting. Flrst-aass llorsa
COnNlOa TWELFTH AND DUAKB
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
I'ofOand Ua'os Ik
Kor Aavirla slid War
"r .r" I'l.ttiaud ".nj W.y
7 4 . a a.
Aalorla for Warrentnn,
KUvel, rati H avens,
Hammnad anil Aatorlt
11 Ms aa
iu a w
l a mi n
aval, llaa -b4. .'or. Ii si p n
All trains make cloae connection avt
Ooble avtuh all Northern Paotflo trains
to nnd from the Fast and Hound
point. J. C. MA TO,
Oro'l Freight and I'aa. Agent
..Fortland - Astoria l(ou(e.
SIR. 'BAILEY GATZERT.
Dally round trips except Hundsy,
Ivi Portland 7 a. in.
Imvi Astoria 7 p, m.
IVirough Portland oonnectlons with
strainer Nahootta from Ilwaoo and
Long Heaoh Points.
While Collar Line tickets Intsr.
chniigeable with O. It. at N. Co. and
V. T. Co. tlckats.
The Dalles Route
Dally trip except Sunday,
lavn Portland-Mon.. Wed., ""rl., 1 s, m.
cuv Danes, iues., Ttiur,, But., lam.
Lv. Portland Tuea, Thur., Hat., 7 a. m.
IiV. Dalles. Mon.. Wed.. Frl.. 7 a. m.
Landing at foot of Aldei Street, Port
Doth Phones, Main I'd.
XV, Crlctiton, Ths Dalles, Oregon.
K. Fuller. Hood Klvcr. Onaon.
Wolford A Wyern, White Halmon, Wn.
llnnry Olmatssid, Carson, Wn.
John W. Tott, Stevenson, Wn.
C. Wyatt, Vancouver, Wn.
1. Taylor, Ajitorla, Ors.
W. CIUCHTOM, Portland Oregon.
A familiar name of tho Chlcaao.
Milwaukee A m. Paul Railway, known
it over the union as ths Great Railway
running the "Pioneer Limited" trains
every day and night between HI. Paul
ni uijrago, and Omaha and Chicago.
The only perfoct train In the wnrhl
Understand: Connection are mada
wllh all transcontinental lines, securing
to iiaawenircTS the bent Mjrvlce known.
Luxurious coaches, electric light, steam
heal, of a variety equaled by no other
Hee that your ticket read via "Tim
Milwaukee" when goln to any point
In Uio Dulled fttates or Canada. All
ticket agents sell 'them.
For rate's, pamphlet or other Infor
J W. CAMIITT,
Trav, Push. ArI.,
C, J, EDDY,
I' ll. Agt.
fcolt's Santal-Pcpsin Capsules
,-w"L A POSITIVE CURE
I'f Uic ItlsdiW snit IMi.si4
ni'liUfy.. HO ours uo jtuy,
C'urrs qulrltlgr and 1'irma
III nlljr Iko Kurnt esi.es of
JiMinrrhaen snd u eet,
no ni.ll rof hu luu siutd
liiir. Alisolulily hsrB.l'hfc
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THE 8ANTAI-PCP3IN CO,
Sold by Cfia. Rogers,' 4C0 Commerol.
al Street Astoria, Oraaxw.