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THE DAILY ASTOMAN, sJVNDAY MUltNINO, NOYKMUKK 1, VM.
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JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. 01
TERMS OF glHSCKirriON.
Dent by mall, per yetr.,.. W
Sent by mall, per month 50
Delivered by carrier, per month 45
rat by mall per year, O In advance,
postage free, to subscriber.
All communication! Intended for publi
cation ahould be directed to the editor.
Business communication of all kln.ts
and remlttancea muat be addressed to
The Aatorlan guarantees to Ita sub
scriber the larireat circulation of any
tswspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rate can be had on appli
cation to the bualneaa manager.
The Weekly Aatorlan, the aecond oldest
sreekly In the atate of Oretron. has, next
to the Portland Oregon!", the largest
weekly circulation In the state,
J do. F. Handley Co.. are our Port
land agents, and copies of The Aatoiiaa
eaa be had every mornlnc at their stand.
Ot Third street
and an emergency should arise caused
bVforelan war or some won Internal
disorder when the government had Im
mediate nevd of extraordinary sums of
money, who would Invest a dollar In
l'nlte.1 Suites bonds In the face of such
a declaration from Us actinic chief mag
istrate? It Is such statements aa this
from Mr. Dry an which makes miliums
of people regard a vote for htm aa tan
tamount to the commission of an act
of treason. May the good Lord deliver
this country from the hands of such a
Tke "Astorlast" kereby enVie to stue
ItB HTNPRKD DOLL A US to SI. Mary'a
oanltad, payable asanas) to Palker
pMauu, wtMaeeer le(al erldeaee Is pn-
slams) showlag that aay afWraooa aewa
pmpur pabllahed la Astoria haa printed
vltttla the last alaety days xplrlsg be-
a,M this offer a steals special" or
other htad of "telegrsplite press report,'
aeeleed ever the erlrea eaterlag either
f the telegraph oSloos la Astoria, Cross
ay aUlde or Orssroa
Asvsrla, Or October 15, ISDd.
The silver kings have Just aent an
other 100,000 to the Brysn managers.
Was there ever such unselfish Interest
shown In the farmers and wage earn
Chairman Butler, of the Populist na
tional committee says that Bryan's elec
tion depends on the number of Repub
licans he can persuade to bolt the Re-
pnbllcxn ticket. Every one knows that
Bryan will have to thank the Republi
cans for hts defeat, but few have sus
aerted that he would have to thank the
Republicans for success in case he
should by accident or mishap be elected.
But the next president will be the rep
resentative of the Republican party and
not of the fakirs masquerading as "sll
No more important event In the his
tory of the state of Oregon, haa ever oc
curred than the opening of the Cascade
locks and rannl on the 5th Inst. Two
cities of Oregon are equally Interested
in this great event. The Unites, In
Wasco county, and Astoria, have thous
ands of dollars to gain by the establish
mcnt of through river service between
the two cities. The grain raised on tho
hanks of the I'pper Columbia can now
be shipped on barges and steamers di
rect to the mouth of the rier without
breaking bulk. This means increased
profits for the former, and a large In
crease In the shipping of the state. Clt
liens and merchants of The Dalles have
arranged to fittingly celebrate the oe
catlon. and Astorlans should not be
behind In the procession. Let us com
memorate this era In the march of the
great state of Oregon towards that
prosperity which It deserves by ejery
tlttiiig means In our power.
WAGE-EARNERS SHOCLD REM EM
The likeness of the present political
campaign to that of 1860 has often been
observed, says the New York Tribune.
Ib bo feature Is It more evident than in
the desperate attempt the Rryanltes are
sow making to stir up seaitlon. vio
lence and Insurrection. That Is a repe
tition of the secession movement of thlr-ty-eix
years ago, with this difference,
that It Is led by William Jennings Bryan
Instead of Jefferson Davis. The de
scent from the great secessionist ot 1860
to the Boy Anarchist of 189c is a de
scent from the formidable to the merely
While all presidential campaigns in
the past have had a more or W de
pressing effect upon business not one
has produced so complete a paralysis
as that through which we have just
passed. Former elections have hinged
npon questions of tariff and revenue
which affected special branches of in
dustrial production. The present cam
paign has hinged upon the future value
of the dollar, an issue that affects every
man, and results in a universal disin
clination to embark In any business act
ivity until the value of the dollat Is de
termined by the voters at the polls.
The letter written by George M.
Paine, the great lumber manufacturer
of Wisconsin, to the Dally Northwest
ern, and reproduced in this mdrning's
Astorlan, ought to be read by every
voter in Clatsop county. It is a plain
and simple statement of the issues of
the campaign, from a business man's
standpoint, and cannot fail to impress
every earnest person who sees it. The
point made by Mr. Paine against the
Popocratlc demand for "more money"
Is especially strong and unanswerable.
He also shows very conclusively what
Is the matter with the country, and
why we haven't had good times for sev
eral years past. No more valuable
eontrfbution has been made to a cam
paign literature which will be noted for
Its unusual richness than thiB article
from Mr. Paine.
It haB been said that while we are
nominally 70,000,000 people, as a market
for manufactures and f.ods we are po
tentially 175,00,oiO as compared with
the next best nation on the globe. In
order that the American market shall
continue to he the best in the world
there must be a return to that policy
which made it eo by giving full em
ployment to American labor at Amer
ican wages. A Judicious polit y of pro
tection will do thiB. Nothing else will.
That policy is to be secured only
through the success of the Republican
party. The opposition to that party
is firmly committed against protection
It Is the enemy of American Industries,
and American labor. It makes no
promise to the workingman that It can
fulfill. The only hope of the wage earn
er, as of all other producers, la in the
triumph of Republican policies.
That the only commodity they have
to sell is their labor.
That the condition of the market for
this commodity depends not upon the
amount ot circulating medium In the
country, but upon the number of men
who are looking for a Job.
That the condition ot the market
for this kind of commodity also depends
upon the number of Jobs to be sought
That when fifty men are waiting to fill
one Job the wages paid to the lucky
man who gets the Job must necessarily
be less than they would be if only one
man were watting for lt j
That It must follow then, as a mat
ter of elementary logic, that the price
paid for labor Is largely controlled "by
the law of supply and demand.
That it is also very evident that any
economic policy which multiplies the
number of Jobs In this country is the
one which increases the demand and
should have the indorsement of the
That the only policy which will mul
tiply the jobs to be secured la a policy
which encourages the establishment of
new productive Industries and which
stimulates those we already have.
That this cannot be done by any
scheme which proposes that the I'nited
Sis. tea shall take the silver miner's
bullion and coin it for hm free of
charge, stamping upon each coin a
value which will not represent Its pur
That these jobs cannot be multiplied
by a policy which, under the false and
deceptive plea of "cheap goods for the
consumer," proposes that the shops ot
Europe and oriental countries shall do
our manufacturing tor ua
That the promise of cheaper goods
under the Wilson-Gorman tariff law.
made by Mr. Bryan and others who
helped to frame It and who advocated
its enactment, has not been fulfilled.
That t'je only things that have become
cheaper are the products of the soil,
caused by the decreased home market
which always follows the closing of fac
tories, and by the repealing of the reci
procity paragraph in the McKlnley law,
which cut off the sale of 4.000,000 barrels
of flour per year and caused foreign
nations to retaliate by excluding our
That the promise of Mr. Bryan and
other defenders of the Wilson-Gorman
law that we would get cheaper xlothlng
by putting wool on the free list has
not been fulfilled.
That good clothing Is no cheaper now
than in ISM, although we imported 11,-
341,405 more pounds of wool In 1895
than we did under the'McKinley law,
and destroyed the business of 700,000
wool-growers in this country to try the
free wool experiment.
That the cost of this extra Importa
tion or wool was J16,818.883, which was
sent abroad In gold, and which should
have gone to American wool-growers to
be paid to American wage-earners.
That under the Wilson-Gorman law
In 1S'J5 we paid to foreign labor 1116,144,-
511 more gold for Importation of twin-
ty-nine different varieties of manufac
tured goods than we did during the fis
cal year 1W4 under the McKlnley law.
That the census returns of 1830 shqw
ed that 23.000.000 people are directly de-
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tablishments ot the I'nited Slates, That
If to these are added the farmers, gro
cers, bakers and others whose living
I It .F Cochran of Cochranvtllc, I'a.,
haa planned to make a winning, no
'matter who captures the presidency.
He borrowed IS.OOfl; tf.WO of it was
depends upon supplying these employes, I placed on McKlnley and 14.000 he In-
the aggregate would repreaent halt our vested In silver bullion. If McKlnley
total population. wins he will he tt.OHi) ahead; If Itryan
That In the present contest the ques- j wins he stands to lose 12.000 ready cash,
tlon at Issue Is. Shall capital be em-1 but his bullion can then be converted
ploved again In these productive In- Into S.000 silver dollars, a gain of '.OiW.
dustrlea as it was in ISM under the Mc- I
KInley law, or shall It be kept Idle by j tiw,u " ' consumption always picks
the menace of a debased currency and oul " ongmesi ana oesi. uuy one
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IF McKl.NLEY IS ELECTED. possible. It would be strange If med-
I Icul niirnce did not make some prog-
The Astoria National Pank yesterday i rtfM, Tne telegraph and telephone, the
received from a correspondent In Port- phonograph, the ele.'tric Hunt-all were
land, the following letter under date j ono impossible, and once It was liupos.
of October 30: 'slble to cure consumption. Thiit wss
We expect to be In the market very before the time of Dr. Tierce's Golden
soon for the purchase of warrants. Of j Medical Discovery. Taken according
course. It all depends upon the election.
If McKlnley Is elected we will purchuse
heavily throughout this country, but
should he be defeated we will not be
to directions, this standard remedy will
cure S per cent of all cases of con
sumption. Consumption I caused and
fostered by Impurity of the blood. It
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ever. We trust your county will come blood-fcurtly, certainly curul by the
to the front with a large majority for ! "Mllcal Discovery." It builds up solid
McKlnley and help us to carry the state, h,ithy flesh and vigorous strength,
w hich at this writing we believe is j ir. J'lerce's Common Sen Medl.al
pretty safe, but we must not overlook Adviser, a loos-page medical work. pn
a vole. ifuM.'lv illustmteit. will be snr fre on
If you know of any large amount of im wpt of Jl one-cent stamps to cover
city warrants, kindly offer them to us.
In all probability we will be able to use
all the cities and counties you can buy
on the election of McKlnley. Kindly
let us hear from you regarding the
city warrants at your very earliest con
CAUSES OF NEHVOCSNESS.
postage only. Address World's Dispen
sary Medical Association, Kuffalo, New
The St. Louis r.epubllr. which Is
supporting Bryan, says that the latter
has offered Governor Stone of Missouri
a place In the cabinet In rase the dem-
ucraric ucaei is eiecteu. - mis story.
The maladlea w hlch above all others I it says, "has a much more substantial
Bryan's statement that the holders
of United States bonds are entitled to
be repaid the money they lent the gov
rnment In depreciated silver "because
they have conspired against tne peo
ple" shows the dishonest and dema
gogic characer of the man. The world
kas never before witnessed the specta
Ie of a candidate for the highest exec
otve ofllce of a nation basing his hope
at success in his ambition upon the
popularity among his followers of a
promise when Invested with power to
utterly destroy that nation's credit. Is
Bryan mad, or can there be enough
madness among the people to encour
age the amazing folly of such an utter
ance? Suppose the country should suf
fer the calamity of Bryan's election,
C.., it 1 1 j i 1 1, i wns
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For all diseases caused by derangement
of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach.
Keep it always in the house and you
will save time and Doctor's Bills, and
have at hand an active, harmless and per
fectly safe purgative, alterative and tonic.
If you feel dull, debilitated, have frequent
headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appe
tite and tongue coated, you are suffering
from torpid liver or biliousness, and SIM
MONS Liver Regulator will cure you.
If you have eaten anything hard to
digest, or feel heavy after meals or sleep
less at night, a dose of SIMMONS LIVER
REGULATOR will relieve you and bring
If at any time you feel yotlr system
needs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER
J. H. Jfotlin & Co., Philadelphia.
cause nervousness, are dyspepsia, bil
iousness and constipation. (The great
sympathetic nerve which connects the
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ways Injuriously effected If the stom
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of those organs reacts by sympathy
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tetter's Stomach Bitters, In restoring
tone and regularity to the digestive
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manently overcome the disability
self. But this is not all. By checking
the maladies which cause nervousness,
they build up anew the system weak
ened and depleted by nervous disease.
quality than a mere rumor."
IT MAT DO A8 MUCH FOR YOU.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III., writes
that he had a Severs Kidney trouble for
many years, with savers pains In his
back and also tail his bladder was
affected. ' He tried many so-called Kid
ney cures but without any good result
About a year ago he begin the use of
Electric Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters Is especially adapted to
cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles
and often gives almost Instant relief. On
trial will prove ur statement. Fries
60c and $1.00. At Chaa. Rogers' Drug
Some Indiscreet sport announced In
Louisville his readiness to bet 11,000
even money on Bryan carrying Ken
tucky. That was last Thursday night.
A diligent search for the sport and his
cash next morning was futile. One of
the searchers deposited 11,000 with a
prominent business man to cover an
eual amount from the silver side. H
was not taken up to Friday night.
Independent action at M to 1, al
-) though it would give us a law, would
not give us the actual use of both gold
and silver. It would exclude gold snd
give us silver monometallism, which
la as bad or worse than gold monomet
allium. Winchester Herald.
THE IDEAL PANACEA.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago,
says: "I regard Dr. King's Xew Dis
covery aa an Ideal Panacea for Coughs,
Colds and Lung Complaints, having used
It In my family for the last five years, to
the exclusion of physician's prescriptions
or other preparations."
Kev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have been a minister of the
Methodist Episcopal church for M years
or more, and have never found Anything
so beneilelal or that gave me such speedy
relief as Dr. King's New Discovery."
Try this Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial
bottles free at Chaa. Kogr-t' Drug Stors.
Colonel A. K. MrClure, the distin
guished editor of the democratic Phil
adelphia Times, who in 1H92 wanted to
ngage in a Joint debate with McKlnley
on the tariff, Is now making speeches
on the tariff In I'ennttylvanla, urging
all true democrats to vote for McKln
ley. The Times, too, Is waging a vig
orous campaign for honest money.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The beat salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers.salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, 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. Trice, 25
cents per box. For sale by Charles
I Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
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What state has ever been carried by
the populists without suffering a great
financial depression? Look at Kansas,
Nebriska, Colorado. Do we want to
Join the column? Sioux City Argus-
Now watch the home Bt retch. Col
onel John It. Fellows of New York, who
Is now touring Kentucky, offers to bet
5 to 1 on McKlnley winning the pres
idency 1100,000 to be the limit' of the
TO 4 T HE A f'Ol.lt IN IINK 11,4V,
Take laxative linimo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
liy the Inexorable law of trade wheat
has been granted an absolute divorce
from sliver without the payment of
alimony. New York Advertiser.
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kre You (ioing East?
B sure and see that your ticket
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
Dryan says he presents the lHue as
he understand it. That Is a hard rub
on his understanding. Cleveland
Tetter, eczema, and all similar skin
troubles are cured by the use of De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It soothes
at once, and restores the tissues to
their natural condition, and never fails
! to cure piles. Charles Hogers.
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve Is an an
tiseptic, soothing and healing applica
tion for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, etc.,
and cures piles like magic. It Instantly
stops pain. Charles Rogers.
Those were bad eggs for the Rryan
cause that were thrown at Carlisle.
Many lives of usefulness have been
cut short by neglect to break up an
ordinary cold. Pneumonia, bronchitis,
and even consumption can be averted
by the prompt use of One Minute Cough
Cure. Charles Rogers.
No Bilverlte has yet given an Intelli
gent plan by which opening the mints
to the free coinage of sliver will start
an Idle factory, or give a marl outside
the minim? camps a day's work. In
For Infants and Children.
ll a! It
BREHNER & HOLMES
Special attention paid to e-stamf at re
pairing, first -class horseshoeing, etc. .
LOGGING CAJVIP (DORK A SPECIALTY
U7 Olney street, between Thirl twd
and Fourth. Astoria, Or.
'round the globe.
If all the rails owned
by the Burlington Hunt.;
were placed end to end,
they would reach more
than half way around the
If all the cars owned
by the Ilurlington Route
w)ie put one behind an
other, they would muld!
a train 27D miles long.
Mere bigness Is not ev
erything, however. Qual
ity counts for much more.
What travelers want Is
is to be transported
quickly, safely, and with
comfort. That is Just
what the Burlington
OmahA Chicago Kan
sas City Ht. Louis.
Write for Information
about rates and trains.
A. C. SHELDON, G. A.,
Parties desiring the best of Job printing
at the lowest prices should call at tht
Astoria lob office before going slse-whers.
. This It tiie
OIIEAT SHORT LINK
And all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves
tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car
Trains and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given tnis road a national reputa
tion. AU classes of passengers carried
on the vestlbuled trains without axtra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. All agents have
W. H. MEAD, V. C. SAViOfS,
den. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt
248 Washington st, Portland, Or.
Itls ss fa a Bon-Bnfannnna
rcmedr fur (Ifihtirrh.M.
Whltss, oDDstursi ills,
rhnrgns, or stir litltsmnis-
linn, irritsllon ur ulr.trs'
t'rsrssul sosutlss. t on of Dtllenns niftm-
lrHEfis,OntMmiif!o. brsnns. Mon-sstrinsiuit.
f fim I is 61.I. VJ
,0 stoM by Uninbls,
i Jor trit In plsln wrsprrr
"jy1 hr ti prists, rrnpsltl, lul
jfl II Ol, er a botllna, ,2 71.
'It'' s Cirealsr tear uu rstismn,
GIVES CHOICB Or ,
Via Spokane and St Paul
Via Ogdio, Denyer and
Omaha or St. Paal
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Cbalr Cars
Astoria to Sao Franolseo.
t'olumhls, Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Htate of Cal. Hunday, Oct. li.
t'oluinbla, Krlday. Oct. SO.
State of Cal. Wednesday, Nov. 4.
Columbia, Monday, Nov. I.
Htate of Cal. Saturday. Nov. 14.
Columbia, Thursday, Nov. II.
Htate of Cal. Tuesday, Nov. 24.
Columbia, Sunday, Nov. 2.
Astoria and Portland S teamen.
T. J. POTTER.
Lave Astoria Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays at t a. ni. Iav Port
land Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri
days at 7 a. in.
It. n. THOMPSON.
Leaves Astoria Mondays, Wednes
days. Fridays and Hundays at T p. m.
Leaves Portland Tuesdays and Thurs
days at 8 p. m., and Saturdays at 11
Leaves Astoria Tusdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays at 7 p. m. Leave Port
land Mondays, Wednesdays. Fridays
and Sundays at I p. m.
Leave Astoria Mondays, Wednesdays
ami Fridays at 6 a. m. Leave Portland
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Hatunlays at
7 a. in.
For rales and general Information caU
on or address
O. W. LOtTNBllKnRT,
W. H. HUftLMJRT.
Oen, Pas. Agt., Portland, Or.
' K. McNKILL,
President and Manager.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
TELEPHONE ANDBfllLEY GATZERT
Astoria and Portland
Telephone leaves Astoria Monday,
Wednesday and Friday morning at I
a. m. Leaves Portland Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday at 7 a, m.
Ilalley Oatu rt leaves Astoria Tues
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 7
p. m. Loaves Portland Mondays, Wed
nesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 8 p. m.
O. R. and N. Co.'s steamers T. J.
Potter runs alternate days with Tele
phone, and It. R. Thompson runs al
ternate days with Ilalley Oatsert
Tickets good on all boats.
U. n. SCOTT, President
E. A. Heeley, Agent, Portland.
C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria.
Telephone No. 11,
AST01P PUBLIC blBtAtV
READING ROOM FRED TO ALL.
Open evsry day from I tValoek to I'J
and I JO to (JO p. m.
Subscription rates ft per annum.
I.W. COIL ELEVENTH DUANB STS.