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THE .MORNING ASTOM ANY ASTORIA, ORE.
SATURDAY, AUCUST iO, 1905.
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THE J. S. BELLINGER COMPANY.
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Entered a feoond-clasa mutter June
28. 190S. at the poslortlce at Astoria. Ore
gon, under lht act ot Conereas of March S,
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nte varoaiAX to eitlx naktooce or plc of
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office of publication.
TELEPHONE MAIN 661.
Apparently they have been having
warm time in Tabasco.
Gnat Britain is more successful in
killing Japanese than the Russian. A
British steamer collided with a Jap
anese transport 116 invalided soldiers
There are, of course, a few who will
be interest ed on hearing that Professor
Merriam, paleontologist of the Univer
sity of California, ha discovered a new
and peculiar specie of the canidgenus
It is reported from Dublin that Irish
men in the United States are writing to
inquire about alleged gold discoveries in
the "old sod." The ouly gold that an
Irishman i likely to see in hi own coun
try i in the form of a disc bearing the
British mark and obtainable only by
mighty hard work.
The creditor of the Continental Fi
nance company; a "get-rich-quick" con
cern of Chicago, according to a statement
just issued by the receiver will get
"whatever is left." They will doubtless
realize on reading the figures on the :
cheeks they receive that they 'got left"
before they "got 'whatever was left. "
usually because public opinion has been
thoroughly aroused. So great has this
evil become that a judge recently sug
gested that it would lie a good, idea to
do away with appeal altogether in
criminal case," We cannot shift respon
sibility for tin condition of affairs on
foreign immigration. On this subject.
MoClure, .referring to the foretgn-born
population of the country, according to
the last census, says: "Of these 10,
3.V.tVU people only those from K..ssia
(42-t,05Hj) came from a country where
tiiere are more murders and homicides
than there are here, and even in TvUssin
the percentage but slightly exceeds ours.
The other ,1K2.548 came from countries
no one of which has half as many mur
ders and homicides ncr million of point-
latum a we do. And 2.783.314 of them
(those from Wales), came from countries
where murders and homicides are less
than one tenth as common as they are
here. Furthermore, American states in
which American blood Js purest, Ken
tucky for instance, have their full share
of crime. So the records of murders
and homicides in the various countries
seem to show that fore itners in the
United States acquire most of their dis
respect for law after they come among
us." One of the leading causes of crime
mav undoubtedly be found in the pass
ing by states and municipalities, of a
myriad of laws, tunny of which do not
have the endorsement of a majority of
the people. A soon as a law is winked
at and disregarded, the seeds af law
lessness begin to sprout among the
people, with dangerous results. If a law
is bad, the best way to do is to enforce
it strictly, then there will be a general
demand for its repeal. To permit a law
to remain on the statute books and to
fail to enforce it is to hold out a danger
o object lesson to the growing generation.
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case of Catarrh, and took a great deal ol
veutctne without any benefit.
I had a continual headache, tnr cheeki
had grown purple, my nose waa alwavt
stopped up, in v breath had a alckenlmr ami
disgusting odor, and I coughed inctssantli
ucmu m your o. o. 0. ana wrote you.
I commenced to use it and after tali no
several bottle I was cured and hart
never since had the slightest symptom of
me unease. - miss MARY U STORM.
use. 7ta a Ttux fit., St Joseph, Mo.
Reeling, W. Va., Nays toot.
I Bad Nasal Catarrh for veara for which 1
nsed S, S. S. with very gratifvingrtaulta,
I tried local application for some time.
nu geiung no permanent relief I cametc
the conclusion that the seat of the trouble
va in the blood. Knowing S.S.S tahi
a good blood medicine I began It use,
and after twin it for some little while il
am away entirely with the offensive mu
given their choice of route to Chicago, eni in the nostril, and I did not have t
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Walters, of 540 St. Clair ave., Columbia,
O., writes: "For several months, I was
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my nerves were wrecked; I could noti
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p-nni-ti omen, 3yt. WsuMmiun, I. C.
At the dose of business August 10, 1003.
The San Francisco grand jury has just
filed a report in which it recites that
"violation of the law is open, notorious
and flam-ant: it meets with the ac
quiescence of the mayor, receives the ap'
proval of the police commUnion, etc,
And then the caustic declaration that
punishment overtakes "only such of the
vicious and criminal who cannot pay
the price of huinanitv." There was no
such showing in San Francisco half
century ago, in vigilance committee days,
Johan Hoch has been given a third
stay of execution, and areview of the
ease will take place in the supreme
court durinr the October term. If there
is the slightest possibility of the man
being innocent of the charge of umrde.
we are glad that Justice Magruder has
seen fit to issue a supersedeas. The
victims of circumstantial evidence have
been too many, not alone those who have
come to the hangman's noose, but those
who have been freed with the stigma of
suspicion that years cannot eradicate. On
the other hand, it would seem that
stronaer case could not be made than
that against Julian Hoch. From lin
ning to end all evidence ban pointed to
his absolute guilt. Still the point has
been raised that he is innocent and we
accept the decision of the Illinois trib
unal. We hope the new trial will dem
onstrate without fear of doubt that Hoch
is cither guilty or innocent and that the
public at large will forever be free from
apprehension as to the possibility of
'Bluebeard" and hi operations being
given further publicity.
. A few months ago, in MeCliire'a mag
azine. there was published an article
by K. S. McCIure, on the increase of law
Jessness in the United States. The
startling fact was brought out that there
are at present four and one half times
a many murders and homicides for each
million of people in the country as there
were in 1881. The mere statement of
this fact should certainly be sufficient
to cause even a superficial thinker to
paue and reflect. In seeking for the
vauses of this UimeiitaUe condition of
affairs we run, first, against the delays
of justice. Apjieals are allowed on the
most trivial technicalities, so that it is
proverbially difficult to convict a man
who has plenty of money at his com
mand to hire able lawyers. When a
conviction is reached, in such cases, it is
EMPEROR GRANTS AUDIENCE.
Diplomatic Corps Received by Korean
Seoul, Aug. 25. The emjieror of Korea
iiMin the occasion of his birthday, whic
was celebrated today granted an audi
ence to the diplomatic conw, and distin
gui-hed foreigners, residing in Seoul.
A popular demonstration took place in
front of the palace.
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Loans and dis
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County warrants 1S.130 40
City warrants . . 41,440 f? $G29,3)9 02
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Astoria's Best Newspaper
DAILY 7,000 READERS
Sunday Excursion to ITortb Beach.
The Ilwaco Railway and Navigation
Company are selling round (rip ticket
every Sunday from Astoria to all
cotta, at a rate of one dollar for the
points on Long Beach, including Kah-
This Is ho
Kimt ox a,
Total 791,742 03
Capital paid In 1100,000 00
Surplus 33,000 00
L'ndivi.l.'d profit 14X7 21
Dividends unpaid 120 Oft
Subject to check3S9,704 31
Time certificates. 237,130 12
cates 14,861 01 041,003 44
Total 1791,742 03
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
Capital and Surplus $100,000
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