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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1895
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Served by carrier, per weex.... 15 eta
.Sent by mall, per month 60 cts
Sent by mail, per year ,....$7.00
Sent by mall per year, $2.00 In advance.
Postage free to subscribers.
The Astorlan guarantees to its sub'
tfcribers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising: rates can be had on ap
plication to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, the third old
est weekly In the state of Oregon, has,
next to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
Handley & Haas are our Portland
agent and copies of the Astorlan can
be had every morning at their stand
on First st'eet
FOLD TO THE FRONT.
It would be an amusing turn of af
fairs, but one not In the least improb
able, If Colorado should be found, with.
In five years from this date, as dead
set against free silver and the silver
standard as It now Is for them. An ex
change says that the commercial ratio
between these metals has revolution
ized the mining Industry of the state.
Capital has been transferred from sli
ver to gold mining, and tJhe production
of the more valuable metal has risen
as rapidly as tlftit of the less valuable
ihas fallen off. If this Is continued a
little longer, It will result In enlisting
the controlling Interest of the state on
the side of the gold standard. And as
that la What determines the Colorado
view, we should have a community
earnestly bent upon preventing legls.
latlon which should diminish the dig'
nity or value of its principal product.
There are 'hints of this already In
the tone of public opinion in the state
Some of the papers that have been
most bitter In the battle of the stand'
ards now soften their views and ajv
nounce that they have only been light
ing for a great principal; that, as to
practical consequences, the state would
really be better oft under a gold than
under a silver standard. One writer
figures out that Colorado's metal pro'
duct now amounts to about (12,000,000
each of gold and sliver. The fall of
prices which he assumes makes, as he
ays, the purchasing value of tlie whole
produot double what It would other
wise be. Thus, silver being maintained
on a parity with gold, and prices hav
trig fallen one-half, as he asserts with
bold Imagination, the value of Colora
do's metal Uo product in the market
Is equivalent to I.OOO.OOO. Now, If
there were frei coinage, the value of
the silver would be doubled, he says,
but prices also would Ibe doubled, while
the value of the gold would be un
changed. And therefore the value of
the product would be but $30,000,000 foi
Of course we do not think It worth
While to even discuss theso fanciful es
timates. The Interesting point Is thr
effect that they are likely to haw upon
the Colorado mind. Tlio men of the old
regime, the owners of Bllver mines
and their attorneys, still represent the
state in all public capacities. They are
bent on repairing or building up thelt
private fortunes by forcing their pro-
duot on the people at double its actual
value. But there is rising a powerful
antagonistic commercial element. Capi
ItaJ invested In gold mining will aleo
have its say presently. It Is now modi
fying .the Intense- silver sentlmimt; and
as Its representatives acquire a larger
place In publlo life, Widen they are
bound to do, they will have something
to say about a monetary so-home which
.. .they are toM, would Wave the value of
their product, gold, precisely what It
Is, while doubling the prices of every
-thin else; that 1s, whk-h would dlmin-
4lv tlie; market value of their commoa-
I . . . 1 a... I mlwAulatnff tVTOW
ny, initnauruu ij l i'"
otie-ihalf. Wo record the prediction
' that,' (f there la ino further legislation
in regard to silver. Colorado will be
; a' strong jjolj etandord state by the
" einl of Ihe century. . ' .
The desperate attempt of the free
sliver fanlt'oa fit tholf twmlfpeto-fTOrh'
Washington V? Hn up tlie Dnnocratlo
fuirtv ljMhtlr S'!1 lirVitf'out r
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J:.,"tt ft If 'In iftt T.ir lidy I'lf
j- . , . . t . ' , i. , 2L 4. ? 1
jjaMi.,win stand any olutnoe of capntr-
- m "1 t
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km. I, i Uul likely to
ore bundreifj ffj fanU.ajJJ U4,, v.fi-HaiiwmU Fair. Sjn trancar
money Democrats all over the Union
who will go over to the Republicans
without hesitation the moment It de
velops that their party Is In danger of
bolng committed to the free silver Idea
There is said to Ibe a secret arrange-i.u-nt
among the free silver people to
mart Mr. Bland on a missionary tour
through the country ait the close of hie
term In congress. The plan contem
plates that he shall appear as a private
lecturer, with the expectation that his
addresses will be published free in tht
papers; and a fund will toe raised to
Iy such proportion of his traveling ex
I enses and salary as cannot he provid
ed for out of Uhe nominal admission
fee to be charged for the privilege of
hearing his "lectures."
Mr. Hammond was due to arrive In
Portland yesterday, and it Is expected
that he will be Joined there by Mr.
Bonner and a full corps of surveyors
and sub-contractors within a week or
ten days. There is no longer any doubt
that the work on the Astoria rood will
begin before the end of the present
month, and that it will be completed
and in operation Iby next January 1st.
The Astorlan Is receiving inquiries
and requests for Information about the
city's prospects from nearly every sec
tion of the country. There Is sure to
be an enormous accession to our popu
lation during tlhe spring and coming
Notice 1s hereby given that I have
been appointed executor of the last
will and testament of I. W. Case, de
ceased, and all persons having claims
against said estate are requested tc
present them duly verified, within six
months from this date, at Astoria Na
tional Bank. D. STUART,
Astoria, February 15, 1895.
An old file of the Darlen (Oa.) Ga
zette has been unearthed dating back
to 1819. In thOBe days sea Island cotton
sold at 47 to 40 cents per pound; bacon
18 to 20 cents; flour $12 per barrel; whis
ky, 70 cents per gallon.
All the paten: medicines advertised
in this paper, togetner with the choic
est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.
.an be bought at the lowest prices a
J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite, Oc
cident Hotel, Astoria.
Guns are said to have been used by
the Chinese before the beginning of thb
Christian era. The oldest dated piece
of European artillery (bears an lnscrlp.
tlon declaring that the gun was cast
We might tell you more about One
Minute Cough Cure, but you probobly
Know that it cures a cough. lSveryone
dees who has used It. It is a perfect
remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness.
It Is an especial favorite for children,
belngr pleasant to take, and quick in
curing. Chas. Rogers.
At a banquet of lawyers In Eklinbiurg,
not Ion ago a toast was drunk to
"The greatest benefactor of the Pro
fession the man who makes his own
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of ell la leavening
Strength. V, S. Government Report
Roquefort cheese is mude of sheep's
The name One Minute Cougih Cure
suggesfc a medicine that relieves at
once, and quickly cures. Its use proves
it. Olios. Rogers.
A lower floor of the crypt of old St.
Paul's was recently discovered by a bin
of wine falling; throufa"h from the floor
Busy people have no time, and sensi
ble people no inclination to use a slow
it-niody. One Minute Cough Cure acts
promptly and gives permanent results.
A professor of Bdinburg University
has an income of over $20,000 a year,
and his chair is the most valuable in
Most people cant.ot afford to experi
ment. They want immediate relief.
That's why they use One Minute Cough
Cure. Chas. Rogers.
A butcher In Belfast, Maine, is train'
lug a hog to harness, driving him be'
hind a Bled. He has also two tame
Bkuivks, who act as tramp discour
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the great
Blood purifier, give Trenlines and
clearness to the nmiii::ioH and cuic3
Constipation, ?5 cts.. 60 cts , ti.w.
In several European countries butter
Is sold by the yard. The rolls are
yard In length and are sold in sections
to suit purchostM-s.
Take a dose of DeWltt's Little Early
Risers Just for the good they will do
you. These little pills are good for ln
dogestlon. Good for headache, good
for liver complaint, good for constipa
tion. They are good. Chas. Rogers.
The: German bouse builders always
contrive to, leave , a . small flat place
on the roof of eodh house for the storks
to rest and build on. ' k
You make no mistake when you take
fteWttt Little Early Risers for bil
iousness, dyspepsia, or headache, be
cause the little pills cure them. Chas
The woodleefcer is ari excellent car-
jwnter. The holes he bores In a. tree are
as exactly round as thougb lined out
with a pair of conuew.
It cures jlle. It cure obstinate sores.
Phanlieir hands." wounds; It does this
Qtlckly. Is there any good reason why
you should ,.pot use lwiu 4 v ucu
Hard talve? Chai. Hojrent, I
S "V A v '. J
' Tom Slumps have a. ariVas trror of
old ni'iiu'SxA-s. atid wvi Jivvee (jnown to
j-fct E.,t. 9.of i ir.yl y4 In la house
or temple. - f t s -J
Or. Prlce'i Cream Baking Powder
Touch and Go.
Touch the spot in the
back, chest, limbs or side,
where the pain is, with an
and the lameness, soreness,
stiffness, congestion, will go
at once, leaving comfort,
health and strength behind.
JlllllBlloiu ire ntver reliable. Therefore l
way? inaist ujxm hainj Ihe genuine ALLCOCK'f
Allcock's Corn Shields,
Allcock's Bunion Shields,
Have n equal relief ud cure for conn
W MtMa W "
are a marvelous specific for cases oi
-111 Attrl InrllfTAatlnn.
NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT OF AD
vT-.i i hcr-ohir il von that the un-
dersitfned Has Deen, oy ' f
av annnfnted admiMSV
m.'u vumit-j ., ..
-onMnna Oiavino- claimB
against said estate are notified and
required to present me Bame, uui;
lneu tuiu wiui f1""" .
m AUn ilnfn nf tnlH
in six montns irom u,"i, .
of Brenham VanDusen, Esn, o. lis
Eleventh street, Astoria, tmu.
Dated this 8th day of February, 1S95.
Administrator of the estate of Casper
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
knHnhi, erlvan thftt the UJ1
. , ,i una anritfilntea aumin
aerniKTieu n ' . u
iBtratrlx of the estate of James AN .
Melson, deceased, ana an persona
1ns claims apalnst said etsate are
a.-v... io.i in Trpent the same,
properly verified, to J. A. Eakln, my
attorney, at his oflice In Astoria, Ore
Son, within six months from this date.
Mardh 1st, ISUj. .r
Administratrix of the estate of James
W. Melson, deceasea
... . v. .. i,rnn iVinf T 1 II VP
jvjosice IS nereuy biy--i.
been appointed administrator of the
estate of John O. Henu,;lc1"0". de
ceased. All persons having "lS
against said estate are hereby eennred
to present them properly .verified with
vouohers, at the office of John H. and
A. M. bmitn, Astoria .ui-b...
JOHN W. IIOLMSTRO.L
Hearing of objections, If any there
be, to the final account of the admls-
traior i u" rniivic A
is set for eleven o'clock forenoon of
March 30, 1805. ty oruer oi iue uuuh
the County Court or uiu-ib-jp
Oregon, February i, iwo -
Hearing of objections if nny there
be to the final account of the admin
istrator In the estate of Q. K. Grimes
and Son, is set for eleven o clock fore
noon of March 30th. 1895, by order of
the Judge of the County Court of Clat
sop County, Oreson, February 26th, 18J5.
E. M. GRIMES,
NOTICE OP ANNUAL SCHOOL
Notice Is hereby given to the legal
voters of Sohool District Number One,
(1), Astoria, Clatsop County, State ot
Oregon, that the Annual School Elec
tion for said District will be held In
ald District on the Second Monday,
being the 11th day of March, A. D.
1S!)5. Polls to be opened at 2 p. m., and
continue open until 6 p. in., of said day1.
Engine House of Astoria Engine Cob
puny No. 1.
Engine House of Astoria Engine Com
pany No. 2.
Sohool building In Adair's Port of
This election is held for the purpose
of electing one (1) Director to serve
for the term of Five (6) years.
liy order of the Hoard of Directors.
II. C. THOMPSON,
Chairman Board of Directors.
Attest: 11. U. PHROUSON,
Dated, Astoria, Oregon, February 2,
THIS CURIOUS THING
Is a Sweat Gland.
Its mouth is called a Tore.
There are 7,000,000 in the
Through them are discharged
To close them means death.
Sluggish or clogged pores
mean yellow, mothy skin,
pimples, blotches, eczema.
I The blood becomes impure.
Hence serious blood hu-
rflrerfcct action ot the
Means clear, wholesome
v . ; :v a f
oa ., skin pyrj blood,
okbativ Means beauty and health.
Exerts a peculiar, purifying action
. upon the skin, and through it
. upon the blood. '
Itence its cures of distressing hu
mors are speedy, permanent and
. . economical. .
like all of the Ccticvras, it is
pure, sweet, gentle, and effective.
Mothers are its warmest friends.
Sold throughout t worlj. fta,$t. Forrai
Dana and Cum. Co.. Sola Prop., Hostoa.
" How t Can Kvary Hum," auilad tm.
For Pimple, use Cuticur Soap.
WOKEN FULL CF PAINS ,
cbat, aaa wkirnai Ini ooaabrt, atmfth, a4
laaavad vtaUtr if Cutkura Planar, tht 6m and
' rj-'y juia-lill1", urn ilranaihaaing plaatM
If You Want
f?. P. EliMORE,
Sailing dates to and from Tillamook and NehaVm depend
on the weather. For freight and passenger
rates apply to
ELHORE, SANBORN & CO, - Astoria, Oregon.
O. R. & N. CO., Ajtentu, Portland.
On a dark, storr.-y night, when the title is
ebhing fiist and the hardy fisherman finds it almost
impossible to handle his net, has he ever stopped
to think, should it become caught on a snag, what
brand of twine would stand, the greatest s-trnin?
Did he ever ask his brother fishermen what sort oi
twine they used? If so in nine cases out i f ten,
if they bo successful fishermen, the answer has
;e.1;";MARSHALL'S TWl ,
It is the ONLY: : Brand
of Twine to use,'. ..
Anything about Astoria or Clatsop
County, write to the
Astorian Bureau op Information
To people who want to settle in
a real live wide-awake city, with
prospects of becoming the Greatest
Commercial Seaport on the Pacific
Northwest, Astoria affords more
opportunities than any other.
11 1 inn 1..
O 1.1 fJfJl
B. F. ALLEN has removed
his stock of wall paper, paints
and window glass to 3G5 Com
mercial St., dir ctly opposite
J. B. WYATT,
PAINTS and OILS.
Special Attention Paid to Supplying Ships.
EVERY REQUISITE FOR
: first Class funerals :
POflli'S Undertaking Parlors,
Rates Reasonable. Embalming t Specialty
It astonishes tho old time makers to
Bee bow the fishermen have taken to
Marshnll'a twine the Inst few years and
of lust season over all the other
boats on the rivei used MARSHALL'S
Because it is the stroneeft. Because
it him not been weakened by bleaching.
Because it is sold with a guiirantpe tliul
if it does not prove satisfactory it cau lie
brought back at the end of the season.
A complete Btock of lumber on hanil
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, ceiling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. v L. LOGAN. Prop'r.
STILL IN THE LEAD.
Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav
Leaves Astoria for Portland and way
landings at 7 p. m. daily, Sunday ex
cepted. Leaves Portland everv day except Sun
day at 7 a.m. C.W.STONE,
. Agent Astoria.
Telephone No. 11.
E. A. Seeley, Gen'l Agt., Portland.
U. B. Scott, President.
Between Astoria and Portland
! j WINTER TIME TABLE.
! I Steamer Sarah Dlxop leaves Astoria
! Monday morning for Portland at 6
! 1 o'clock, and Tuesday and Thursday
j evening at 6 o'clock. Returning leaves
I Portland Sunday morning at 7:30 and
I Monday and Wednesday evening at
; Round trip $3.00; single trip, $1.25.
'Upper berths 60 cents; lower berths,
; 75 cents; meals, 25 cents.
SHAKER; 7RSPJORATION CO
j -. n n 1
ROSS HIGGINS & CO.
Qrocersj and :' Butchers
j Astoria ud Upper Astoria.
Fin Teas and Coef. TW Balitarlwi Domestic
and Tropical Fruits, Veeuhles, Sugar
-Cuiad Hams, Bacon, Etc.
Choice Fiesh and Salt Meats.
S. H. VVILLETT, i
.Gas and Steam Fitting,
' Hot Air, Steam and
179 Twelfth street, AJtorla, Or. '
TV 1 .1 1 kH
.kmH ?! I '
Is the line to T.ke t nil
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers the best Heivlce, eom
SPEED and COMFORT
It bt the popular route with thos- who
wiMi lo travel on
It Is therefore the mule jnu flionld
take. It rims throunh vestiuuietl
trains every day in the year to
St. Pail and Chicago.
No Change of Cam,
Elegant Pullimn Sleepers,
Superior Tourist Sleepers,
Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers.
Only onn orange of uarn
PORTLAND to NEW YORK.
To Any Part of tlie civilized world
Passejigera tic keted via. all bouts ruiinln.
betweeu Asstoriu, Kakiua fw.d Fot.'land.
Full inf(m:ation concf mim; rn'i'?, time ci
traim, ruutcH tid. other ileial!? f'iMiilid on
C. VA STOKE,
(Steamer 'Ieliit:oiie Dock.
A. D. CHi-PLTON,
A. G. P. A., N. P. R. R.,
255 Morrison St., Cor. 3d, Portland, Or.
Greatest Trans Contirenta
FHOffl OCEflH TO OCEAN
pjlaoe Diiiing IJoom and Sleeping Cars
Luxurious Dining Cars.
Elegant Cay Coaches.
Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken
Vieois of the Wonderful jVIountaln
$5.00 and S10.C0
Saved on all tickets east. Tourist care
the best on wheels. Equipments of th
very finest throughout
CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LIN
Co China and Janan.
Empress of Japan, November 12th.
Empress of China, December 10th.
For ticket rates and Information, call
m or addresn
JAS. FINLATSON, Agt,
A. B. Calder, Traveling Pass. Apt..
Geo. Mela. Brown. Dlst. Pass. Agt.,
Vancouver. B. C
The Original & Genuine
Imparts tbe most delicious taste and zest to
Hot ic Cold Meats
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Takq None but lea & Perrins.
J-iaiX; jb naty boUla at original A geasiaa,
John Dancaa's Sana, Hew Vorss,
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