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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
MONDAY, FEBIUAXY u, io6.
Published Daily by
THa, J. S. DXIinrCEX COMPANY.
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By baQ, pr year, ia advance. .11.00
nteml u arcoo4-la TnstW Jan
. ls at th poslome at Astoria, ore
jpw, udst U act of Congress ot stare" ,
that too ultra justifies lynching, or
reoourve to what i often referred to a
th unwritten law. H is easy to imagine
th intent ran an J indignation that
fill th soul ot man when be ee the
villain who ha trial to commit bodily
outrage on female relative endnvo:
to excuse hi trim by soiling th fiir
fame of the victim. The legal form
ttit-h permit still mora intolerably
outrage to be inflicted to excus another
outrage Jo not Mli-fy the demand of
nisi 10 nr mux re with the rule o(
common sens and fair play. Ex.
ia-i iik.uiMiMirfTii Boa
wauroBUJilocitiMr nsfctaace pajl
tnihi n tay k made by postal card or
tkroturh M ho, any trreirussrity
Btm7 aboil Id b issariiatsity rportod to U
TELEPHONE MAIN 661.
OTT? Ath kT?
Western Oresron Partly
ekmdy and occasionally threat-
. Eastern Washington Cener-
VICTORY, OB DEFEAT.
The night of this day tells the story
of Republican victory, or defeat, at
the June poll of Clatnop county. The
party within the county U to reorga
nize. Once aligned and unified, there U
nothing to stop it from wresting suc
cess for the state and county ticket on
the 4th of June next, from the en
croachment of the Democratic opposi
tion. For the purposes of that alignment
akid unification, the meetirfc tonight
must be free, spontaneous, undomin
.ated; personal desires, prejudice, and
contentions must be held itibtervirent
to the main isu at take, the com
plete re-organization and equipment of
' The man who goes to the meeting to
night in any other spirit than that of
genuine RepublkanUm, or with any
other purpose than the rv-e-tubli-hmcnt
of the party upon, wholesme and hon
est lines, goes there to work bi party
The factional spirit is the "teredo",
that devitalize party spirit Let the
voice of the assenihuig be heard on all
men and subjects, and when the votes
are cant and announced, let every man
present square hini-elf to the situa
tion with the manliness that goes with
Republicanism. Tlsat dune, the rest'
will be easv.
ONE MORE FAILURE.
Veniee-hv-these, the combination of
Chatamjua and pleasure resort estab
lished near 1-oa Angeles, has proved a
financial failure. The Chatauqua Ice
ture did not draw, and the place failed
to yield return on the vst sum ex
pended on iU It is claimed that fully
11,500.000 has been Invested by Abbott
Kinney and hi associates in making
Venice a place of beauty. Now it is
alleged that the proprietors are prepar
ing to sell the whole concern to a act
of coarse money maker who have no
fad and regard the Chatauqua and its
milk and cracker attendant with undis
guised contempt. Venice will cease to be
cultivated. Sabbatarian and temperate,
and become a wide open town, where
the Sunday dance will have its merry
fling and the beer1 flow free. There will
be no more ethic and philosophy, but
plenty of brass band music and merry-go-rounds.
There t mors profit in
catering to thoe who dartre and drink
beer than to thoe addicted to plain
living and high thinking. Oskland
Those who bought those "force-of
life boots" have only themselves to
blame if they fail to get tomething
out of them. Let them promptly kkk
A to the proposed Pennsylvania
statu to Senator (.may, there are oth
er thing that the Keystone Mate
need more the a reminder of Quay
t least on pedtl.
The Rev. IV. Strong of Rochesti-r de
plores the fact that so many girl today
are educated to the point where they no
longer look at the men about them, but
tim, iwther, at the perfect ideal 1WI
deplore any more, doctors you dont
know the girls; it isn't what they aim
at that get kit.
Suicide for any personal reason, such
a despair or want, is considered by
the Japanese a mean and unworthy,
In the case, however, ot men who have
failed signally in torn enterprise for
the public weal, it is considered com
mendable. What a lot of sudden deaths
would be commended in Tokio about
this time if that city had even single
week s crop of New York grafters I
With Ida Tarbell resting her lsncc
and spiring John D. with- the probe
of the investigating committee with
drawn from the insurance graft) with
Law son letting the old cat die, and with
the house ready to pas the Hepburn
rate hifl, notwithstanding it apparent
ry upright intent, we are certainly come
upon strange times. It leaves us u
pU-ious almost creepy.
' 8 -
Common Cold are the Cans of Many
Physician who have gained a national
reputation a analyst of the cause of
various diseases, claim that if catching
cold could be avoided a long list of dan
It looks ss if there n.ii-ht have to be !rous ailment wonld never be heard
some new excuse looked up for advanc
ing the price of ice.
Curious how the blizzards avoid a
city that is provided with undatable
Notwithstanding the increasing aboli
tion of football, college students are
reported' driven insane by overwork.
name for the hoys who
it was so thin is skating
All np for the abolition of March 4
nd pneumonia at Washington! Bos
Morocco is clearly in the attitude of
,the innocent lj slander. Memphis Commercial-Appeal.
PRIMARIES BEFORE, AND AFTER.
Thee are the days of announcements,
petition and candidacies. Soon the
county aspirants for oflice will lie
known and then it will lie up to the
Repuhlu-ant 0f ("Utsnp to vote Uion
their nominees. There are two pro
foundly essential things to consider in
this premise. That firt-i-U-, clean,
capable men, and trXie Republican'
come to the front for consideration at
the primaries, and all being first-class
men, the next essential is tint the
yote-getters be Mipxrt. 1. Negatively
good men in a hot campaign a this is
likely to be. are more apt to imjiede
party aucresa than to accelerate it ;
lience it is the bounden duty o tin
Toter to select as nominees, the vote
vetting element of the first-class men
who offer their names. If this I done,
(he primaries will yield a staff of nomi
nee that mean sonwthing in the out
come; and the elector will have heart
in their work from April 20th, onward.
Uut whosoever apiears as Republican
nominee after the primaries, vote-
getter, or not, he must lie loyally sup
ported every day and hour of his ran
cidacy until lie is sworn into ollice next
Mr. Poiiltncy Bigrlow has the knack
of getting smaller as you g.-t closer
to him. Richmond (Va.), Times-Despatch.
Some are wie, many are otherwise,
but very few are wcatlicrwi-e in these
ineinorahl,- winter1 days. New Yk
Indians now has a town named for
her humorist and playwright, fieorge
Ade. This is not a Fahl?, but a Fact,
New York Tribune.
of. Every one knows that pneumonia
and consumption originate from a cold.
and chrome catarrh, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung trouble are aggravated
and rendered more serious bv each fresh
attack. Do not risk your lift or take
chance when you have a cold. Cham
berlain' Cough Remedy will cure it
before these disease develop. This
remedy contain no opium, morphine
or other harmful drug and ha thirty
year of reputation back of it, gained
by it cure under every condition. For
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The Morning Astorian, (53c a month
Anaoaacemeata ot candidates
for office .will be published ia
tail Column at maonablt rate
for ma ot all partlca.
Republican of Oregon are hereby
informed that I am a candidate for the
nomination of Governor at the prim
aries to be held April 20th.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
I hereby announce myself a esndl-
data for U office of Secretary of Slate.
nd ask the aupport of all Rcpubll-
ean. F. T. WRIGITTMAX.
FOB STATE PRINTER.
The undersigned announce himself
s a Republics a candldst for r nomi
nation for State Printer at the forth
J. R. WHITNEY.
FOB SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
I hereby announce myself at a can
didaU for renomlnation for the oflice
of Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, and solicit th support of all Re
publican at the primaries, April 20th.
J. H. ACKERMAN.
Th undersigned hereby announce
himself as candidate for re-election
to the office of Attorney-General, sub
ject to the approval of Republican
voter at th primaries.
A. M. CRAWFORD.
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1261 eats YamhlU Street,
REPORT OF TnE CONDITION OF THE
Astoria National Bank
An exchange sjieaks of "the trouble
at Panama." But the trouble j-n't at
Panama ; it's in the I'nited Stat
Senate. Toieka State (Jazctte.
ACME OF DEPRAVITY.
Any dirty -scoundrel who indecently
assault an unprotected woman and ia
interrupted in the accomplishment of
hi design can set up the idea that bis
victim was a consenting psrty to her
dishonor. Tlie plea U the last despica
ble reeort of a filthy wretch who has
as little respvt for his oath as he hss
for the decencies of life. It is a plea
Fa-hion writer says: "One can get
a real cfite lavette , for a bahr for
HUKi." WotiM't that make you join
"Race Suicide Club!" New York
llrttv (liven is not lavish with her
money, bub shf (le-ci;i credit fon
keeping out of lih'h finance and the
smart set. Washington Star.
We dare not imagine the language
Admiral R. I). Evans employed when
he read in the papers that Secretary
Bonn parte may court-martiul bim.
Atlanta Const it ut inn.
As Secretary Tsft is reducing him
self "by vigorous hors.-lunk riding," it
miirht lie well for the Washington S
I'. C A. to keep a sharp eye on the
horses there. Newark News.
,ew lorn eniiors are hunting up
anti-election promises of Mr. Jerome to
enilmrrn-s that gentleman. There is
often a wide yip between promise and
per'osiiaisw. I'itUliurg (otzctte. .
It is ue.lcd l.mt the English
man's ability to gra-p s joke is Iw-iitg
tested by Japan's offer to leach John
Bull how to run an army.
A state b-i-hitor is quoted a fath
ering the M-nt intent "let us do some
thing or go home." Why not make it
'and go home?"
"What is nerve, daddy t" "Nerve,"
by son, "is the coal dealer's demand
for higher prices after such a Decem
ber and January.
At Astoria, in the State of Oregon, at
the close of business, January 29, 1906.
Loans and Discount f293,802.5S
Overdraft, secured and un
U. S. 'Bonds to secure circula
Premium on lT. S. Bonds .. BOOOO
itomls, securities, ete 49,977.82
Banking house, furniture and
Other real estate owned 29,373.00
Due from National Bank
(not reserve agents) 0,787.01
Due from Stat Bank and
Due from approved reserve
Checks and other cash items. 12$9X
Note of other National
Fractional paper currency,
nickel and cent
Lawful money reserve in bank
Leiral-t4ndei) note. 1,254.00 54,095.10
Redemption fund with U. 8.
Treasurer (5 per tent of cir
on draught and in bottle
Brewed a4T sanitary nnilltiona ssd
. prupeiiy sgd right hers la Astoria.
That All Important Bath Room
You hv often heard" people remark "If I Wert
ever to build, I would plan
tnjr bath room first and would not put
all my money Into the parlor with all
kt finery." That b good common kmc
sentiment, for the hath room b the most
Important of all the household.
We would EU to help you plan your
rwth room ir.d will Id!y quote jmt
pves or fmssiaeJ Ware, the ten
nc most sanitary fixtures made .
J, A Montgomery, Astoria.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, President.
0. L PETERSON, Vice-President.
FRANK PATTON, Cashier.
J. W. 0 Aft N Kit, AssisUnt Cashier.
Astoria Savings Bank
Osptul hud la lioOSO, Inrplosaaa Dndlvldso frofluM,uu,
Tiwimmis a UeosrsJ kaaklni Btuluesa. Internal I'sld on Time Hrmslu
OapiUl stock paid in I 50.000.00
Surplus fund lo.two.uu
Undivided prod to, lea ex
penses ana tsxes paid 90,I1B.oj
National Bank notes out
Individual deposit subject
to check 1249,310.10
Demand certificate of de
Time certificate of de
posit 212,224.33 493,688.22
Stat of Oregon, County of Clstsop.
I, J. K. Higgin, cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement ia true to th best of
my knowledge and belief.
J. E. BIGGINS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 6th day of February, 1006.
M. U. MAtir.K,
GEO ROE W. WARREN,
GEO II. GEORGE,
REi ORT OF THE CONDI 1 ION Or t II K
First National Bank
At Astoria, in the State of Oregon, at
the close of business. January 29th, luotl
Loan and Discount t')1573.60
Overdrafts, secured anu un
V. 8. Bonds to iccur circula
tion 12.500 00
Bonds, securities, etc fl3.oon.o(i
Other real estate owned.... 6,000 00
Due from National bank
(not r serve agents) .... 10078.75
Due from State Banks and
Banker , 70,919.20
Due from approved reaerve
16S Tnth Street,
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN FOX, Tree, and Rnyt,
F L UlSUur. Nwretary
A I. FX, VlcePre.
AHTOIlIA MAVIN08 DANK, Treat
Designers and Manufacturers of
Till! LATF-ST IMriUlVEU
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers,
Complete Cannery Outfits Furnished.
CORRESPONDENCE SOIXITE0. Foot of Fourtb;Htreet.
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
Capital and 5urplui $100,000
Check and other cash item
Note of other National
Bank 3 HO 00
Nickels and cents 55.40
Lawful money reserve in bank
Special $1 14,8507)0
Ugal tender notes 50.00 114,900.00
Redemption fund with U. 8.
Treasurer (5 per cent circu
lation 625 00
Sherman Transter Co.
DENRY SHERMAN. Manager
Hacki, Carriages Paggage Checked and Transferred Truck and Fur
nittire V agon rianoi Moved, Boxed and Shipped.
Capital tock paid in ....$ 50,000 00
Surplus fund 60,000 00
Undivided profit, les expen-
e and taxes paid 26.608.73
National Hans' note out
standing 12,600 00
Individual depoit (object
to check t.'rO.633.3
Demand eertificatea of de
Ceritfled check .... 60.50 854,301.89
433 Commercial Street
Phone Main 121
State of Oregon, County of Cla4op,i
I, 8. 8. Gordon cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that th
abov statement ia true to th beat of
my knowledge and belief.
8. B, OORDON,
Subscribed and sworn to before Die
this 1st day of February, IIKH).
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