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THE DAILY ASTOKUN, Tl'ESUAY MORNING, SKPTKMUKR J?!). HUHt.
JOHN T. LIQHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. 61
ticiims of si nsCRirriox.
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Bent by mail per year, O In advance, through the fallaiies of his pl.ti 1-r
postage free, 10 subscriber. i f IVt. ivtnagv. and (hcv determined to
defeat both him anil his rnusc.
win a victory, but make It o sweeping
as to exterminate the enemy.
We must make It. not a Chlckamau
ga, but an Appomattox.
The enemy is lighting with the des
peration of despair. Kver since the
I'hloago convention. ' the free sliver
cause has bvn on the down grade.
Hryan' Invasion of the "encmy'a coun
try" was ctwildently expovtesl to "net
the East on fliv" f.M frea sliver. It fail
ed utterly and completely. The people
s i an- not '.sols, and they took thi
i mv of Hryan accurately. Th
All communication Intended for publi
cation should be directed to the editor.
Business communications of all kinds
and remittances must be addressed to
The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub
scribers the largest circulation of any
wwspaper published on th Columbia
Advertising rates can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
' Th Weekly Astorlan, th second oldest
weekly In th state of Oregon, has, t.ext
to th Portland Oregonlan, th largest j and the year after that,
weekly circulation In th state. j gresslonHl elections, and
Jno. F. Handler A Co., are our Port
land agent, and copies of The Astorlan
tut be bad vry morning at their stand.
B4 Third street
Bryan must Indeed be driven Into a
Oesperate corner when he tries to use
the letter that Bismarck wrote to the
governor of Texas the other day as an
argument for free silver. It Is really
a matter of wonder that so astute a
man as Bryan Is represented to be
should make so many blunders In his
campaign around the country. His
uotations from Lincoln, Blaine, and
ther dead statesmen, have all proved
boomerang to him, because they have
served to show his unscrupulous ten
dency to Juggle with the truth, and to
even resort to downright misrepresen
tation In order to Impose on the as
sumed credulity of the humble people
to whom he addresses most of his
harangues. In his private utterances
since the campaign commenced he has
rejieatedly mourned the fact that the
Intelligent and conservative elements of
the Democratic party were everywhere
arrayed against his candidacy, and he
has tried to make up for this defection
by low appeals tx the ignorant and
vieious among the masses of the peo
ple. As might have been expected,
sooner or later, this Bismarck letter
has reacted, and Instead of being an
expression In favor of free silver, it
turns out to be s strong endorsement
of the position taken by the Republican
party for International bimetallism.
The letter. It seems, that Culbertsoo
had the presumption to address Prince
Bismarck simply asked his views on
the subject of "bimetallism." Any ref
erence to the subject of free silver was
carefully avoided, and for all that ap
pears to the contrary ejid It Is likely
that Bismarck, in his Ignorance of lo
cality and politics in this country, took
that view of it the letter might have
been written by a Republican who was
seeking to sustain the declarations of
the St Louis platform. Of course Cul
bertson and Bryan assumed that their
letter to Bismarck could not be ob
tained In time for publication on this
side of the Atlantic before election
Last week showed unequivocally that
the commerce and industries of the
country are beginning to regain con
fidence. The certainty of McKlnley's
election, and the defeat of free silver
Is the main factor In this. Resumption
of work Is beginning In many factories
and mills, which Is a most cheering sign.
The revival Is beginning even before
the election. When the result on the
night of November S shall be ascer
tained, and timid men find that the
danger of a change of standards has
passed away, we may look for brisk
times. Every business man will begin
to discount the future. He will know
that Republican supremacy means
more revenue, proper protection, and a
restoration of the conditions whlcl
made us prosperous in and lf'.'
but Eastern papers have' been smart arli wlth that c"tainty before hitn, he
While it is true that the expectation
of the IVpivrnts that the silver Insan
ity would spread III the East as It long
ago did in the West, has not been refi
lled, the fact remains that the West
and South are strongly tinctured with
the heresy, and It vvl'.l require the best
efforts whieh can be put forth be
tween now and November .1 to achieve
a victory which will he a death blow
to the ti to I fallacy
We do not want to have this same
old fight coming up again next year,
In the eon
so on until
the presidential election of lai. The
threat of repudiation and the silver
standard ruins business every time
Trade is stagnant, industry inactive,
all over the I'nion this year because
of it. Let us deal It a blow that
will remove It from the arena of pol
itics forever. Nothing but a sweeping,
decisive victory In November will do It.
Make it art Appomattox!
Members of the Republican congres
sional campaign committee assure me,
says a Washington correspondent, they
have no doubt whatever that the next
congress will have a large Republican
majority. For a time there was some
anxiety as to the effect which the sil
ver erase was giving to have upon the
election of members of the lower hous-.
But now all this anxiety is over. The
members of the committee believe the
Republicans will have a majority over
all of at least seventy-five volt's. They
expect seme hisses from their present
majority, which Is really larger than
is nevessary, amounting to more than
the whole opposition vote. They also
expect an increase in the Populist rep
resentation, which now numhers seven.
According to their reports, the Republi
cans are sure of at least 200 congress
men out of 33. and they would not be
surprised If their total were to reach
5. There are 2tt Republicans In the
present house, 103 Democrats and seven
V T -Y-r-T
Off for a Six Months' Trip.
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OUTWAKD HOUND Ol.l.GON CHAIN FLMHT-KSD.HI.
No matter how much you are jsj
charged for a small piece of other
brands, the chew is no better than jj
"Battle Ax." For 10 cents you i
get almost twice as much as of
other high grade goods.
There will be a straight Hryan and
Watson ticket put Into the field by the
populists of Kansas. Two years ago
the republicans In Kansas polled more
votes than the populists and democrats
combined. With the Bryan forces di
vided they should tie able to Increase
their lead this year. Boston Journal.
MARINERS AND TRAVELERS
Altgeld pleads that he sllppe.1 the
gold nippers on his Chi -ago tenants
because the gold bugs had treated him
In the same way. The excuse is worse
than the offense, but It can always be
assunittl that Altgeld's meanest utter
ance Is his latest St. Louis Olobe-
No people suffer so much from phys
Ileal disabilities as thine whose busi
ness requires little or no muscular ex
ertlon. The lack of exercise causes the
liver to become sluggish and the result
Is constant Constipation, Indigestion
Biliousness and 8lrk Headache. To pre
vent this take Simmons Liver Regula
tor; It keeps the liver active and makes
one's condition as comfortable as those
who have much exercise.
and enterprising enough to print Cul-
bertson's communication In connection
with Bismarck's answer. An examina
tion, however, of Bismarck's letter
alone Is sufficient to prove the fraud
ulency of this latest campaign move of
the Bryanites. The prince repeatedly
and distinctly refers throughout his
letter to bimetallism, and In one place
makes this statement, evidently under
the Impression that he was being ask
ed to say something In favor of the
"I hold to this very hour that it
"would be advisable to bring about
"between the nations chiefly engaged
"In the world's commerce a mutual
"agreement in favor of the establish
ment of bimetallism."
Nothing could be clearer from a read
ing of the whole letter than that Bis
marck does not mean by bimetallism
the free coinage of legal tender silver.
There Is no public man or respectable
faction or party in all Europe believing
In free coinage of gold and silver to
gether on the old ratio. The only di
vision of this kind among Europeans is
between those who favor bimetallism
that is to say. the safe us? of silver
money with golu at paiity with the
lat'jsr and th'se who believe in gold
monometallism. Mr. Bryan would have
been laughed out of the field there
long ago. Bisman k is one of the laiK
statesmen In Europe who would advo
cate free silvt r on the obsolete ratio.
It was In- w l forced th abandon
ment of the silver standard in Ger
many, and put his country ',n the gold
standard at the close of the war v. ith
France. There is and could be nothing
In common with Bismank an! the
school of socialistic vagari'-s of whi' h
Bryan is a prea ntr. If th-re was
nothing else to forbid any union of s--n-siment
between I!ryani:-m and Bis
mark, the old warrior statesman's ar
dent belief In protection would bad
him to repudiate and d'-spise the crowd
that Bryan represents. Nothing could
be farther from his thoughts than to
make the people of this country be
lieve from his letter that he favors
the coinage of silver money at any ra
tio that does not bring the mint and
market value of the metal together.
Mr. Bryan and his managers will have
to Invent some less transparent fake
than a free silver letter from Bismarck
If they expect to turn the great Ger
man vote of this country auay from
win oe ready to go ahead with con'i
Bradford, England, shipped woolen
goods to this country from September,
IsM, to August, lSi3. to the amount of
334,454 pounds. This was under the
Wilson-Gorman law. I'nder the McKin-
ley law, from September, 1SS3, to Aug
ust, 1S94. the total weight was but 5.103
pounds. This shows what the Demo'
cratic tariff law has done for the man
ufactures rf Bradford. These goods
should have been manufactured in
America by American workmen and
the wages would have been paid and
The results of the state elections in
Vermont and Maine are cheering, but
no friend of honest money, says the
Toledo Blade, should relax his efforts
to secure "victory in November. Those
elections are significant pointers, but
they do not guarantee success In the
national contest. We must do more
than defeat Bryan. We must not only
How much business can a man do
whose system Is in a state of disorder?
Headache is only a symptom, it is not
a disease. The pain In the head is the
sign of rebellion. There have been
mistakes In diet and other abuses.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets are a pleasant, effective rnovaior
and Invigorator of the stomal h, liver
and bowtls. They ass'st nature v.ith
cut threatening to tear the body piece
meal. There are no griping pains, no
iiausa. On? Is a laxati.e.
A book of l'r.'S pages. profus"!y Illus
trated, written by Dr. R. V. Pierce
caned tne i'eople s Common hense
Medical Adviser," will' be sent free f.,r
;1 one-cent stamps to cover cost
mailing only. The World's Dispens
ary Medical Association, No. C';: Main
.Street, Buffalo, N. V.
Mr. Bryan Is not maintaining the ra
tio. .Sixteen speeches and not one idea
will never do. Philadelphia Inquirer.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
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bruises, sores, ulcers.salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos
itive cure for piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Charles
Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
Tom Watson was right, Sewall is
only a knot on a log, and a very small
knot at that. Kansas City Journal.
General and Nervcus Debility.
W'-aTuv of frAy atvi
Mln.l, K-T';ta of Kr"Jr"
or V.xt:.-fn Oi'i .'
tin ir, 1 fh'iwi, &l
M.'iii'ioo'l i niv i;oHtur-i.
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frfiin fiO Mti i.iui Fnrii..i
Countries, fiend for Jvwriptf" e look, ex
planatkm and pruofa. limited tn dtui free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buf alo, N. Y-
Speak In high terms of the preventive
and remedial properties of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, a medicine peculiarly
adapted to the wants of those called
on to experience the vlclsj-ltudes of cli
mate, the Inclemency of the weather,
the hardships of a seafaring or out-of-
door life, or the dangers of a malarial
or otherwise pestilential atmosphere.
A small quantity of this agreeable ton
ic nullifies Impurities In water, forti
fies the stomach agulnst the onse- .form:
quences of an unhealthy or unaccus-1 "Resolved, That wheat shall be
tomed diet. It nlso enables the const!- ground fn-e. ami every barrel nf flour
tution to bear up unharmed against ' shall be stamped two barrels."
This plank Is not In the Bryan plat
unhealthy climatic Influences, and the
system to sustain unimpaired In health
and vigor the fatigues of travelling.
Emigrants, tourists, miners and others
w ho have thoroughly tested the effl- I
eacy of this article, declare It to be a
sovereign preservative of health under
conditions most unfavorable. j
It Is silver that Is to be treated this
way. not wheat Wheeling Intelligence
An observant correspondent
that "whenever Major McKinley Is
greatly worried he takes a cigar.'.' He
may also have noticed that the New
England states are doing everything In
their power to aid Mr. McKinley In
breaking off that terrible tobacco habit.
If you have ever seen a little child
in the agony of summer complaint,
you can realize the danger of the trou
ble and appreciate the value of Instan
taneous relief always afforded by De
Wltt's Collo and Cholera Cure. For
notes dysentery and diarrhoea It I a relia
ble remedy. We could not afford to
recommend this as a cure unless It
were a cure. Chas. Rogers. Druggist.
CTRE FOR HEADACHE.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache,
Electric Bitters has proved to be the very
best. It affects a permanent cure and
the most dreaded habitual sick head
aches yield to Its Influence. We urge all
who are afflicted to procure a bottle.
and give this remedy a fair trial. In
cases of habitual constipation Electric
Hitters cures by giving the needed ton
to the bowels, and few cases long resist
the use of this medicine. Try It once.
Fifty cents, and tl.W at Chas. Rogers'
Senator Hill Is now waiting to get
assurances that If he gets alxMtrd he
will not be forced to hold on to a strap.
Having been trying to hold himself up
by the boot-straps for some time he
Is tired, naturally, of the Job. Chi
Don't trifle away time when you
have cholera morbus or diarrhoea.
Fight them in the beginning with De
Wltt's Colic and Cholera Cure. Tou
don't have to wait for results. They
are instantaneous, and It leaves the
bowels In healthy condition.
Secretary Lamont says "the Chicago
platform was made in a moment of de
lirium." People wliu don't want the
'lunatic a.ijluins over-i ro.nle.l should
l'-termlned ni;ik- a cure cure on NoveinlH-r 3 -Clil
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'2 Jan .V. i.ai.fil ruxhavtin' Jan .'.'. ."JN, lliW i prlnr In.lulv 4. will have 10 illaeharsja patt
Mar Jl. U.S. I'.W ; Jinn. I, TN .T W i ol carfn. Ail( 4. Mild .10 I. .ill of earuu,
& June ll. p -iaed l.lzanl ; tin ilnte, 111 Hay nf 1 aailed attain Ailit, U.
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TDTAI. ON THK WAV.
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I'ow.l.-rly hits the nail s,unrely on! ArM (i(IMI(r K.JItV
th. h.-iul when he tells the W'OI'k lllirmen
that his motto with regard to money
should be: "The lies! Is tniiie ton good
for till'." St. l.OUlS lllolle llellHM rat.
naior I'alni'-r j.-i-nw
not to conduct himself like a presiden
tial candi'late. He has had no busts
or t.lctur.-s of himself rcn.le ,i,i h,, i nwrie or cure may u: oiscussiyi
not visited any of his old horn-a.-De- at "'n," hy I'hyalclana, but the riuf
trolt Fr.' I'r-s:s. ferers want riiiek relief; and Tine Mln-
ute Cough Cure will give It to them.
nnj DISCOVEP.Y RAVED HIS LIFE. ' A cure f"r '-blldren. It m "the old
j harmless remedy that produces. I rn me
dian. Kogera, druggist.
vllle, III., says: "To Dr. King's New Uls-
costry I owe my me VV as taKen Wltn TI,.. M.Mera on flu. new hntll.uhii.a
l.a Orlppe and tried all the physicians , .,. u,.r,,.,l over the il-
for miles atxut, but of no avail and was
given up and told I could not live. Huv- I
Ing Dr. King's New Discovery In my
stora I sent for a bottle and be
gan Its use and from the first dose
began to get bettei, ind after using three
bottles was up ai.ri about again. It Is
worth Its weight In gold. We won't
keep store or house without It." Oct a
free trial at Chas. Rogers' Drug Store.
nam-ial bogies being erected by the two
They will accept their pay In
Xtatcft money. Washington
Will Mr. Bryan kindly explain, for
the information of the toiling masses,
why he had Sewall placed on the ticket
if there was no expectation of currying
Maine? Kansas City Journal.
It doesn't matter much whether sick
headache, biliousness, indigestion, and
constipation are caused by neglect or
by unavoidable circumstances; Dc
Wltt's Little Early Illsers will speed
ily cure thorn all. Chan. Rogers,
TO f'l'KK A t;il,l IN O.N'K ItAY,
Take laxative I'.romo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it
fails to cure. 2"c. For nale by Chas.
The Mahomet public still continues
. r-i to the Mountain McKinley, ,ut
Mahomr-t Hryan Is yet r -liasing the
mountain public New York Dispatch.
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
Mr. Wand has probably abandoned
the Idea that the democrats can carry
Pennsylvania. Kansas City Htar,
"Hoys will be boys," but you can't
afford to lose any of them. Be ready
for the green apple season by having
iM-WItt'B Chollc and Cholera Cure In
the hoUHe. Chas. lingers, Druggist.
For Infants and Children.
The whole system is drained and un-
lermlned by Indolent ulcers and open
sores. Dewitts vvitcn iiarei naive
speedily heals them. It Is the best
pile cure known. Chas. lingers, druggist.
lie sure and that your ticket
t'p to this time three things have
been dlscns'ered about which Hryan
will not talk. They are Maine, Ver
mont, nnd Tom Watson. - St. Louis
DeWltt's Harsapnnlla Is prepared for j
cleansing the blood from Impurities
and disease. It does this and more. It ,
builds up and strengthens constltu-1
Hons Impaired by disease. It recom-1
mends Itself. Chas. lingers. I
B.F- AliliEH & SOfJ
Wall Pirr, Artlsti' Miterlalt, Palnd,
Oils, Ca, ttc. Jstpaneic Mattings,
Rugs and Bamboo Goodi
365 Qt. m mere 1m 1 Htreet.
nijr a tit a nnn-pniannona
j r'mi''-ly for (tiiriinrrlid'a,
; l'4t, Hpi rmMorrhfi',
WliiinH. uniiAtural illi-
(jnrnti1 B fhnrwn, uf htif llillumma
1 iirmiuf", liuii, Irrimtinn or UMnr-
i.,uir n. tifiii t.f in it rti 11 r ni'mi-
irHffviMnCHrMt''" 0. brum. Nurt-Mirloiiiit.
k n m 1 v TT"? nt tn pin in wrnpprr,
fxnrf. nri-M il. (ut
ll i-r ;i fitil"a, 2.?n,
('Irculur vn un rixiuwik.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tle, celling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings snd shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. F. L. LOOAN, I'rop'r.
GltEAT SHORT LINE
And all Points Knst and
Thslr Magnificent Track, Peerless Vet
tlbulod Dining and Bleeping Car
Trains ana Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given tali road a national reputa
tion. All classes of passengers carried
on the vestlhuled trains without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. All agents have
W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAV.'.Offl.
Don. Agent Trav. P. and P. Agt.
248 Washington st, Portland, Or.
t rklrki..ti r'. I mll.k IMaasail Riuk
"rnini mi "flr Unnatn-ii.
rt. r.lMi fill.l.U. uDilt uk
I'fuittt.t lr t'Mrhuttrt KiwliMh In
M Kb.) will, (.I un ritilaria T.La
nnioihi r. HfttUnaTu mhmiu.
Htmtin,i imil,itlnl. ALllruiai alJ.
In iUfii.f fur jrtiftlaiiitn, i.titnwinUli iu4
m tr, vtutiv, TwilTa
(HVKH cnoicK or
Via Spokane and St. Paal
Via Ogdfo, Deovir and
Omaha or St. Paal
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Astoria to Sao Franclsoo.
Hlate i.f Cal. Haturday, Mctit. S.
C I11111I. In. Thursday, Hi-pl. 10.
Htate t.f Cal. Tur.dny, Hept. 15,
I'liltimbla, Huiulay. H-pt. .'0,
Slate of Cal. Friday. Hept. :l.
I '..lllllll. In, We.lui a.lay. Hispl JO.
HtatA of Cal , Monday, Oct. 5.
Columbia, Haturday, Oct. 10.
Astoria and Portland Steamers.
T J I'OTTI'.ll
Leave Astoria Turadays. Thursday!
and Haturdnys at 8 a. m. Leave Port
Innd .Mondays, WnlnntiUys, and Fri
days at 7 a. m.
Leaves Astoria Tusdnys. Thursdays
and Halurditys al 7 p. ni. Iatv Port
land Mondays, Wednesdays, Friday
and 1-lundays at s p. in.
It. It. THOMPSON,
Leaves Astoria Mondays, Wednes
days, Fridays and Hun. lays st 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland Tuesdays, and Thurs
days at 8 p. m and Saturdays at 11
Isave Astoria Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at a. m. Leave Portland
Tuesday. Thursdays and Saturdays at
7 a. in.
For rates and general Information rail
on or address
O. W. LOUNHIlKltnT,
W. II. IIUIU.IIUltT.
lon. Pas. Agt., Poribtnd, Or.
President and Manager.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Astoria and Portland
Telephone leaves Astoria Monday,
U'edneitiliiy and Friday morning at 8
a. in. Leaves Portland Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday at 7 a. nj.
Mulley Ontr.ert Itwives Astoria Wed
nesday, Friday and Sunday night at
7 p. m. Leaves Portland Tuesday,
Thursday mid Saltirdiiy nights at 8 p.
O. II. and N. Co.'s steamers T. J.
Poller runs alternate days with Tele
phone, and K. n. Thompson runs al
ternate day with llalley UaUert.
Tickets good on all boats.
U. II. Si'OTT, President
H. A. H'-fley, Agent, Portland.
C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria.
.Telephone. No. 11,
S. Fl I'MAN, late of Frraman A Hulirwt.
K. I . tAkl.t. lale uf hliKktun, Cal.
i - tir
COLUMBIA IRON WORKS
and Boiler Makers
M,nuC.irinV" Kinds of machinery
Iron and Brass Casting
Owtiorul Bliuksmltli Work
tPECIALTinS-WHrh Pal.nt ;Wha.l, Ship
Smlihlng and Slramboal Wurk. Cannary anil
)MIII Marhlniry. Marlnt and Slallunary Boll
trt Built to Ordar.
Specially rgulppi-a for higgars' work
8th and Franklin. Phone 78