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THE DAILY ASTOKIAN, TIUKSDAY MORN I NO, NflVKMBEK ' 19, 18.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. t
TEKM9 OF BIBSCRIITION.
Bent by malj, per yetr J.00
; ' Pent by mall, per month M
Delivered by carrier, per month 46
Sent by mail per year, 8 In advance,
postage free, o subscribers.
All communication Intended for publi
cation should be directed to the editor.
Business communication of all kind
and remittance, must be addressed to
The Astorlsn guarantee to Its sub
scribers the largest circulation of any
wwspuper published oa the Columbia
Advertising rate can be had on appli
cation to th business maner.
The Weekly Astorlan, the second oMeat
weekly In the state of Oregon, ha, text
' to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest
weekly circulation In the state.
Jno. F. Handley Co., are our Port
Band agents, and copies of The Aatortan
saa be bad every morning at their stand,
IM Third street.
Tke "Astorlea taereby oflara to donate
MI Hl'MiKID DOIXAKS 81. Mary's
ossdtal. payable a demand to Father
PMmb. mr legal evidence Is pre
.: showlog that aay afteraeoa aewa
jmpr aahllafc4 la Astoria has printed
little thai las Blaety days expiries; be
for ale rr a slagl ".peela!" or
other ktsMl of "teles-ratable preee report,
raealaad oror the wires eaterlng either
avf th telegraph etaee la Aetorla. from
mmj poiat aaUlde of Oresoa.
Astoria. Or., October IS, 1K8.
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH AS
TORIA? The present stagnation of affairs In
Astoria is not only discreditable to the
reputation for energy and common
sense of its people, but is and has been
for some time doing positive and Incal
culable injury to the future prospects
af the city. How can outsiders be rea
sonably expected to make Investments
or otherwise manifest confidence In a
town whose leading citizens and prop
erty owners sit supinely by without the
slightest visible effort towards Its tm
proyement or the development of its
natural resources. For years the fact
has been advertised far and wide that
Astoria only needed the advantage of
railroad connection to instantly blos
som into one of the liveliest and most
prosperous towns in the northwest re
gion. After many failures and disap
pointments, thanks to a contract made
with one of the most solvent and rep
ayable business men in America, the
railroad is now assured, and in a few
short months bids fair to be ready for
practical operation. Yet Astoria lan
guishes. No Improvements of any sort
are in progress, and so far as it ap
pears from any movement among its
citizens none arc projected. The casual
stranger who may be attracted here by
the unusual spec table of a new railroad
In course of construction at the latter
end of the Nineteenth century, finds a
town of ten thousand inhabitants with
out the ronvrnlenre nf a ainirle mrwtprn
hotel, and on Inquiry Is liable to be in-
formed that there are actually not I
enough dwelling houses In the city to
accommodate even It present perma
nent population. Although we are re
puted to have withstood the storm of
the recent financial panic better than
any other town in the western section
ef the counry, and it Is known that we
receive, without any contrivance or
forethought on our part, a yearly gift
from the hands of the Almighty which
distributes abong our people a larger
pro rata of wealth In ready money than
is paid out, perhaps, in any factory
town of the same size In the world,
there Is an utter absence of any sign
of industrial activity and an appear
ance of neglect, decay, and general de
fapidation about our streets which chills
and appalls every beholder. What is
wrong with Astoria? Our property
wners have expatiated for yeara oh
the great elevators, the mills, the dry
dock, etc, which with the coming of
the railroad would put Astoria in the I
rank of Paciac coast cities. They have
Invested much money In townslte plats
and the surveys of new additions, be
sides paying postage on tons of entic
ing lithographic representations of the
future Astoria, with its smoking chim
neys and industrial armies buMly en
gaged in handling the commerce of the
world on the water front, but so far
not one of them has built even a ware
house, and the world has not yet been
faformed where they propose to locate
any of their mills, elevators, or dry
docks when the railroad c&mes. Can
not our 'people see what is the matter
with Astoria? Cannot they understand
how ridiculous all their talk and pre
tention as to Astoria's future greatness
must soum! to a stranger when he sees
best, and who stand to win or !o?e the
most by its progress or decline, refuse
to evidence the faith of their convic
tions by the establishment of the com
monest enterprises to be found in towns
everywhere of les than one-half of As
toria's population. This is what's the
matter with Astoria.
HE WILL1 LECTURE ON SILVER.
The mysterious ways of Providence
still, as long ago, confound the logician
and philosopher and perplex the poli
tician and enrich the sensational news
paper. Just a few days ago there would
have been difficulty in pointing out a
career of high usefulness for Mr. Bryan
after his defeat as a presidential candi
iuti. The case is now clear. Mr. Bry
an IS to go forth, as soon as his physical
condition permits, to lecture and his
subject Is to be, of all things, "Eimet
tUIism." He has already written many
letters and done much telegraphing
about it. He has declined dramatic
and dry goods engagements. He feels
that he must devote the rest of his life
Now, If there Is anything In this
world the American people do not want
to hear anything about from Mr. Bryan
for a few yeiirs, it ta "bimetallism."
He has reduced that theme to a dread
ful condition. There was not a scrap
that he had presented five hundred
tiins that was not worn to tatter.
There aa not a splinter left of the old
silver straw threslu-d out.
There must be a curious curvature
of Mr. Bryan's mental spine. He Is
going to lecture on silver bimetallism
to the people who were so mad on the
subject s to vote for him, Y1iy not
tto to that quarter of the country where
the popular majority of over one mil
lion was hurled against him? 1'ul Mr.
Bryan is bolus employed as an Instru
ment. His talk will wean the sliver
states from silver If anything can. The
old, old stories of the dearer dollar and
the scarcity of gold and the low state
of wheat and the hard times, niul lift
ing Asiatic money at the expense of
Western F.urope and the I'nlted Stati s
to double Its present value, a. id (he In
cidental benefit to the silver miners,
as recited by Mr. Bryan all this stale
and flat stuff In the mkl.it of the boom
of prosperity In the country, is admira
bly calculated to make the public mind
run clear, washing away the dree of
a remarkable fascination.
That Mr. Bryan should go to Colora
do and talk half a dozen times to open
a new chapter of silver agitation, Is
absurd. Mr. Bryan la not well inform
ed as to the silver question, and be
lieves things and tells them with great
unction that are ludicrously remot
from facts. They ought to know as
well In Colorado as anywhere else In
the world that the Bryan theory
raising the price of silver to one nun
dred and twenty-nine gold cents per
ounce the world over, la grossly tnv
possible and ridiculous.
There Is no merit in the poverty ex
cuse so often urged for not building
hotel in Astoria, and it should be
borne in mlnde that this, at least, Is
one of the enterprises which It will not
do to leave to Mr. Hammond. That
gentleman Is already interested In the
only hotel he probably cares to aid in
building in this immediate vicinity
Our property owners might as well
succumb to the Inevitable, and the
sooner the better. If the town is to
have a modern hotel, the people who
now live in Astoria will have to build
it The pretense that there Is not mon
ey enough In Astoria to build a hotel Is
all bosh. The fact is. however, the
hotel can be started within the next
thirty days and pushed to as rapid com
pletion as possible without the eentri
bution of one dollar by the poor prop
erty owners of the city. McKinley is
elected now, and many millions of
money Is available for Astoria improve
ments If our people will have sand
enough to go after it. No man who has
property can be said to be without re
sources. Such a proposition is abso
lutely ridiculous. Let a Joint stock
company be organised to build and
furnish a hotel. Fix the capital stock
at a margin say twenty-five per cent-
over the estimated amount necessary
to put the hotel In complete running
order. Open stock subscription books
payable In town lots, to be appraised
by a competent, unbiased committee
appointed for that purpose. Take this
capital to Portland when raised, and
the money will be forthcoming under a
mortgage on the lots within twenty
four hours. The hotel company can
,hen opera,e the hoteI for ,h :
its stockholders or sell out to some cap
italist who is willing to come hero and
'buy it for a laree enough sum to re
i ircuurae every property owner who con
tributes toward its erection.
' Eefore election an issue of New York
bonds went begging for bidders. The
bonds didn't Improve any by keeping,
but the public confidence did as soon as
McKinley was elected, and the bonds
that nobody wanted at any price when
there was a possibility of Bryan's elec
tion, were bid for many times over,
and at a premium, when It was definite
ly known that this danger was past.
The lesson should not require repeti
tion. Confidence Is the soul and life
blood of prosperity, and any political
party or leader that carries on a cam
paign to destroy confidence In financial
values becomes an enemy to all pros-
; perity. There is moniy enough In this
country If Its possessors are encour-
V up.ut " 'nt0 use' Inatea1 be-
ing frightened Into locking It up.'
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
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
Kogers, Odd Fellows' building.
Austria, too, has the bicycle craze.
Twenty large factories turn out 30,0"0
machine a year, which are sold for
4,afr),00Q florins. The exportation of
Austrian bicycles is steadily Increas-
Excuse me," observeed the man in
spectacles, "but I am a surgeon, and
that is not where the liver Is." "Never
you mind where his liver is," retorted
the other. "If it was In his big toe
or his left ear De Wit's Little Early
Risers would reach it and shake it for
him. On that you can bet your glg
lampg." Chas. Rogers.
It Is a.erted that white worms have
been found in oranges In Cincinnati.
Local scientists are unable to account
for the presence of the oboxlous gu sts.
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
Victim of Lost Manhood should send at
onre for a liook
full munly vigor
is eaHly, ankkl;
r4,tnrnl. No n,i.ii
)' suffering from
'trtt weakness can af.
X.'V fnrd tji lienor,, I i. .
a tvi . ; . " . .
'Y VI l,mK,y a il vice.
Book tell how
full t.rf-m!th. lie.
Teinpment ant tone are lmrteil to eve-y
portion of thn boilv. Kent wirli iMMi.i.u
of the body. Hent with poslci.u
proofsealed)r loanyruanon application.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO,?! Y.
Grade of "Battle Ax" has injured
the sale of other brands of higher
prices and smaller pieces. Don't
by saying they are "just as good" V
as "Battle Ax," for he is anxious
to work off his unsalable stock.
The surplu of the Immense peach
crop In Maine Is being given to the
poor. In some portions of the state
as well as In New Jersey charity soci
eties are paying the expenses of pick
ing, drying and canning Immense quan
tities of the fruit among the poor of
the cities this winter.
A man's health Is the rope by which
he climbs to success. If he can Keep hi
health he will go on to success. Yet
his health is the very thing he neglects
more than anything else. It is easier
to keep health than It Is to regain it.
When a man feels himself running
down, when he realises a loss of vi
tality and energy, he must call a halt
The strands of his rope are parting rap
idly. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical dis
covery has helped thousands of ' men
in Just this condition. It makes
health. It makes pure, rich blood, it
forces out impurities and kills germs.
It doesn't make any difference what
name you call your trouble by dyspep
siakidney disease rheumatism con-
umptlon skin disease, the "Golden
Medical Discovery" will cure it abso
lutely. None of these diseases can re
tain hold on the body when it is full of
rich, pure blood.
Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost
of mailing only, and receive free a
copy of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser.
Address. World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
An Indian man who was supposed to
be dead sat up in bed just as the un
dertaker arrived to prepare him for
burial and expressed his Intention of
otlng for McKinley. In times like
these no voter should be buried until
his deadness Is ascertained beyond all
DID YOU EVER
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your
troubles T If not, get a bottle now and
get relief. Tl.l medicine has been found
to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and
cure of ail Female Complaints, exerting
wonderful direct influence in giving
trength and tone to the organs. If you
have Loss of Appetite, Constipation,
Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Ner
vous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy,
or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric
Bitters Is the medicine you need. Health
and Strength are guaranteed by Its use.
Fifty cents and 11.00 at Chas. Rogers'
Miss Ela Thailon, a Brooklyn woman,
coaches the Vansar girls in athletics.
She is as well Informed In such matters
as the college men. The grounds of the
college, where feats of running and
Jumping are performed, are barred
against masculine visitors.
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharle, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery In the house and his fam
ily has always found the very best re
sults follow Its use; that he would not
be without It, If procurable. G. A. Dyke
man, Druggist, Catsklll, N. Y., says that
Dr. King's New Discovery la undoubtedly
the best Cough remedy; that he has used
It in his family for eight years and It has
never failed to do all that la claimed for
It Why not try a remedy so long tried
and tested. Trial bottle free at Chas.
Rogers' drug store. Regular size 50c
The first cargo of Hawaiian sugar
ever landed In Boston arrived there
the other day. The cargo consisted
of 48.315 sacks.
For Infants and Children.
Piece and - High (J
Rinderpest is rapidly spreading
throughout Africa. It started In Abys
sinia, has traveled at-roa the conti
nent, and crossed the border of the
Cape Colony. It is likely that all of
the 2.000.000 bead of horned cattle In
the colony will be destroyed within a
To cure all old sores, to heal an Indo
lent ulcer, or to speedily cure piles, you
need simply apply DeWltt'a Witch Hi
set Salve according to directions. Its
maglc-IIke action will surprise you,
It is estimated that senators and
representatives In congress have used
for the purpose of franking political
documents In the present campaign
alone envelopes that cost the govern
ment $140,0.10. The franking privilege
has never before been so abused.
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
The X ray has brought out an en
velope, made In tlerinany. with am
opaque lining or Inner coating of silver,
which even a Roentgen cannot pene
trate, making the contents of the en
velope secur from all attempts at pry
TO trim A COLD IN O.VE OA Y
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
AH druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chaa.
A Philadelphia court decision refuses
ped I era and others the right to use
the street cars for the purpose of de
livering large packages. Mrcet car
companies ore not obliged to carry any
package that cannot be held In the
The old way of delivering message
by postboys compared with the modern
telephone, Illustrates the old tedious
methods of "breaking" colds compared
with their almost Instantaneous cure
by One Minute Cough Cure. Chas. Rog.
General Greely, who has been exper
imenting with bicycles In the signal
corps In Han Antonio, says they are
of great value In repairing telegraph
lines. It Is probable that bicycles will
be adopted by the department.
(tail jTY t , '
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The California board of health finds
that in Han Jose the average duration
of life Is about forty-three years, which
Is longer than that of any other city
In the United States.
The old lady was right when she
said the child might die If they waited
for the doctor. Hhe saved the little
one'B life with a few doses of fine Min
ute Cough Cure. She had used It for
croup before. Chas. Rogers.
Queen Wllhelmlna of Holland, having
attained her sixteenth year, has Just
made her confession of faith as a mem
ber of the Dutch Reformed church,
and has been confirmed.
The length of life may be Increased
by lessening Its dangers. The majority
of people die from lung troubles. These
may be averted by promptly using One
Minute Cough Cure. Chaa. Itogers.
Great Britain had no lens, than forty
five war vessis In the Mediterranean
on the 15th of October.
DeWltt'a Harsaparllla is prepared for
cleansing the blood. It builds up and
strengthens constitutions impaired by
disease. Chas. Rogers.
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ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.
The spot where
Is within plain vlc-.v of
the Hurllngton Route's
The monument thai
marks his last resting
place is little, If any,
more than a mile dlstunt.
You get a good view of It
as the train whirls east
ward over the sollilest,
the smoothest, the best
track ever built went of
A pretty booklet, giv
ing a brief account of the
battle In which Custir
lost his life, will be mail
ed to anyone who will
ask for It. Write for a
copy. Write also for in
formation about rates
and trains via the Bur
lington Route to Omaha,
Kansas City, St. Louis,
Chicago and all other
Southern and Southeast
A. C. SHELDON, d. A.,
WHEN IN rORTLANO Call on Jno.
7. Handley ft Co., 124 Third street, and
get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need
not miss their morning paper while there.
(Hsvlaed end IVirnh'led every KrliUy)
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Situatoti oil the south Hide
of Antorift's hills.
Tweut)' (k'greoB wanner
and vegetation o0 days in
advance of the North Bide.
Magnificent sites for res
idences, overlooking rivr-r
and bay, sunny- and sliel
Easy and natural grades;
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reotlpt of a two-cent postage stamp.
Apply to Geo. H. Ucafford, General Pas
senger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chi
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qivks ciioicK or
Via Spokane and St. Paul
Via Ogden, Danvtr and
Omaha or St. Paul
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Astoria to Sao Funclsoo.
Columbia. Tuesday, Oct. SO.
Htate of Cal. Hunday, Oct. St.
Columbia, niday. Oct, SO.
Bute of Cal. Wednesday. Nov. 4.
Columbia, Monday. Nov. I.
Htate of Cal. Saturday. Nov. U.
Columbia. Thursday. Nov. II,
State of Cal. Tuesday. Nov. 14.
Columbia, Hunday, Nov. 1.
Astoria and Portland S tea mm.
T. J, Potter leaven Astoria at T a. m.
dally except Sunday. Leave Portland
dally at I p. m., Sunday eicepted. Sat
urdays at 11 p. m.
' Telephone leaves Astoria daily ex
cept Hunday at 7 p. m. leaves Port
land dally except Sunday at T a. m.
For ratoe and general Information esJI
on or address
O. W. LOUN8UERRT.
(ten. Pes. Agt., Portland, Or.
rrealdent ami Manager.
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rnrr rmlanl tatan out hr ua la limuahl b.fi ,
Ui. puUM by a ixioa flvan tnuirfa Uas
tanrat etraqtattmi rtt ana MHaaiia. mm. m.
aim ua arllhuul It. Waa-klT. tl
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WHITE COLLAR LINE
Astoria and Portland
Telephone leaves Astoria dally ez-
cept Hunday at 7 p. m. Leaves Port
land dally except Sunday at 7 a. m.
T. J. Potter leaves Astoria at 7 a. m.
dally except Sunday. Leave Portland
dally at p. m.. Sunday excepted. Sat
urdays at 11 p. m.
Tickets good on both boats.
U. B. SCOTT. President
E. A. Beeley, Agent, Portland.
C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria.
Telephone No. 11.
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
A I Lssse
OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER
Sslllng dstes to and Irom Tillamook
and Nehalem depend upon
Por Freight snd Passenger
Rates Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
R. 0. ft N. CO., Af.nts, Portland
jt Coltntltle America
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