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THE DAILY ASTOUIAM, TUESDAY MORNINO. NOYKMRKR it !.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. M.
TKRM8 Or BV HSCRUTION.
Bent by mail, per yetr W.00
Sent by mall, per month SO
Delivered by carrier, per month 45
ant by mall per year, U In advance,
poatage free, to aubacrlbers.
An communication Intended for publi
cation ahould be directed to the editor.
Purines. communlcaUona of all kln.li
and rcmlttancea muat be J.lrvm,-d to
Toe Aatonan guarantee, to Its aub
crib. re tba largeat circulation of any
Mweoaper published on tha Columbia
Advertising ratea can be bad on appli
cation to the buslnesa manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, tba aecond oldest
weekly In the state of Oregon, baa, next
to tba Portland Oregonlan, tha larg.-at
weekly circulation In tha state.
Jno. F. Handley Co.. are our Port
land agents, and coplea of The Astorlan
an be had every morning at their stand.
Dt Third street.
Tfce "Aatorlaa" hereby olTers to doaat
HCNOKKD DOLLARS to St. Mary's
capital, payable on demand to rather
(Man, wheaeeer legal eeldeaee Is pro
Aamxt ekowlng that aay aflarasoa ww
waswr pabllahed la Astoria haa printed
wlthJa tha laet ninety daya expiring ba
. fee this offer a single "special" or
Utvr kind of "telegraphle preos report,1
aaoelrad aver the wlrea eaterlng either
f tha telegraph oflleea la Astoria, froi
ay polat oatalde of Oregoa.
Astoria. Or., October 15. !.
The best way to build a hotel is to
build on-i There Is no doubt that As
toria la In need of a aret-claaa hostelry
and. unlike several other desirable
things, it is possible to get this improvement.
The new. west bound freight tariff
from the Atlantic seaboard to Pacific
coast points excludes Astoria, and
makes it necessary for our merchants
to pay an arbitrary above the Portland
rate on goods shipped from the far
east. Heretofore on all Ibis class of
business Astoria haa bad the same rates
aa Portland and it is hard to under
stand the present discrimination. The
tariff reads to "Pacific rail terminals
uly." One thing is certain that when
ur railroad la finished the matter will
adjust itself should managers refuse to
"until this day been continuously In
Had the law of ISM, referred to above,
been In force at the cloae of the civil
war. our merchant vessels, destroyed
by Confederate crulwrn, would have
been replaced by Amcrlcnn-bulU slil)a.
of Iron Instead of wood, as the old one
were, and our carrying trade have re
vived at once. Our shipyards would
have been arvnea of activity Instead of
dismantled and deserted.
The period was one of difficulty, In
any event; for that was Just the period
of transition from wood to Iron aa ma
terial for vessels. To compete with
Clyde built freight steamers, our ship
builder had to change their plants
radically. Introduce new and expensive
machinery, and learn Ihe art of build
ing a vh1 vessels out of metal as
ihev had before constructed out of
wood. The law of 1792 would have pro
tected them HKUinst the vastly superior
advantages which their rivals posses.
ed. and led to as vast a progress in th's
Industry as the protective tariff caused
In the Industrial world.
Seaboard energetically plraus for a
system of discriminating duties in fa
vor of American built vessels, in order
that our merchant marine may be re
stored to the Importance which Is nnt
urally Its own. This Is sure to be one
of the first questions presented for the
consideration of the next congress. No
state has a greater Interest In any
movement tending to restore American
shipping than Oregon, and our business
men ahould lose no time in bringing
their views upon the subject to the at
tention of their senators and represen
tatives In congress.
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It has taken a long time for the In
ternational Marine Conference held in
'Washington six or seven years ago to
' bear fruit but It is now expected, says
the New York Tribune, that the revised
rules governing the movements of ves-
aels at sea win go Into effect on July
x nexi. meany two score nauona nave
accepted the rules and agreed to abide
by them, and these nations represent
about five- sixths of the world's ship
ping. With such a moral Influence back
af them. It is fair to assume that these
rules will soon become universal. Tbe
safety of shipping of all kinds will be
materially increased thereby. For a
time it looked as if the labors of the
conference had been In vain, but at
length the value of its work has been
recognized by all but a few cf the mari
time powers, and these will not doubt
soon give in their assent
EPITAPH ON KITTIE.
(By H. T. C.)
Here lies our cat
Nor lean nor fat.
Whom death hath gat
No mouse or rat
Will mourn for that.
None will say "scat!"
Where you are at
Peace, little Kit
Whom death hath smtt.
We grieve a bit
At your exit.
In hrtiv'n you'll sit
Yowl, scratch and spit,
And when you're hit
Git up and git
Some of the fans carried by the belles
of the four hundred look like doll's play
Ckuuiue is sold in tins with trade marks "CiM'.Vt?" and littr s
A(dJ in attoH-pit wr. utk on every tin.
THE N. K. PAIHUANK COMPANY,
I. must be admitted that llryan dl
i well aa anyone voted fr in the Chi
Alexander H. Clay, the unknown who
I haa Just been elected to the Vnlted
States senate from Georgia, Is said oago convention could have dene.
I to be Hoke Smith's man, which Is per- w as the cause that was foredoomed t
heps the poorest introduction to the , defeat
I American people he could possibly havs.
As toastmaster of the Hlrsch ban
quet Mr. Fulton won fresh laurels for
himself and reflected mutjh credit on
his county. It was eminently fitting
that a representative of the county
Siring HcKinley the largest proportion
ate majority in the state should be
selected as the presiding genius of that
occasion. And never, It is safe to say.
were the delicate and exacting duties
of the office performed with better taste
er in a more felicitous manner. Always
tactful and appropriate in his public
delivtrences, under the inspiration of
his particular theme in this instance
the. guest of the evening Mr. Fulton
may be said to have excelled himself;
while in the announcement of his oth r
toasts and In the introduction of each
speaker, his versatility and happiness
of thought showed to remarkable ad
vantage. Perhaps never before In the
history of Oregon has so large a com
pany of distinguished men been as
sembled at one time together, and no
better tribute to the excellence and suc
cess, of Mr. Fulton's efforts could be
furnished than the hearty applause and
unstinted praise which greeted his ut
terances from the beginning to the
close of the evening.
AMERICA'S MERCHANT MARINE.
That excellent New York periodical,
Seaboard, devoted to marine interests,
did much excellent work during all
the campaign in favor of the Republi
can ticket, because It believed the policy
of that party to be one which will re
store to American shipping t.ie suprem
acy of our own ocean carrying trade
which it once enjoyed. The decline of
our merchant marine Is believed by
many to date from the days of the war,
when rebel cruisers, built, manned and
armed in England, swept our ships
from the seas. This, however, is not
true. The civil war reduced largely the
number of American ships; but the de
eline in our ocean trade carrying bot
toms began years before. Here Is what
Seaboard says on that point:
"For thlrty-slx years after the act
"prohibiting the registry of foreign
"built ships was passed, American shfps
"carried 90 per cent of Our foreign com
"mrce, because the discriminating du
"ties act, which gave protection to
"American ships, was in force during
"all of that time. When the discrim
inating1 duties act was repealed In
"1828, American ships were carrying 90
"per cent of our foreign commerce, since
"which time they have been gradually
"losing their proportion, until today but
"II per cent is carried In American ves
"sels. Wrhen the discriminating duties
"act was repealed, 68 years ago, free
"trade In the carriage of Amerlenn
"commerce was substituted, and hasl
A man's health Is the rope by which
he climbs to success. If he can keep his
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 haa 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
sia kidney disease rheumatism con'
sumption 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 starips to cover cost
oi mailing only, anu receive tree a
copy of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser.
Address. World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Send your addreaa to H. E. Bucklan
Co., Chicago, and get a fro sampla box
of Dr. King's New Life rills. A trial
rill convince you of their merits. These.
pills are easy in action and are particu
larly effective in tha cure of Constipation
and Sick Headache. For Malaria and
Liver Troubles they havs been proved
Invaluable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly fres from every deleterious sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. Tbey
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving ton to stomach and bowels great
ly lnvlgoraet the system. Regular alas,
Bo per box. Sold by Cbaa. Rogers,
To cure all old sores, to heal an Indo
lent ulcer, or to speedily cure piles, you
need simply apply IVWItt's Witch Ha
sel Salve according to directions. It
mnitle-like action will surprise you
Some loyal native in Bengal decided
to erect a statue to Victoria and the
British public was delighted. The statue
has recently been unvalled, disclosing
a ting In each nostril of the queen, and
the Britiah public is disgusted.
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know Its value, and thoas who
havs not have now the opportunity to
try It free. Call on the advertised drug-
list and get a trial bottle free. Send
your name and addreaa to II. E. Buckien
A Co.. Chicago, and get a sample box
of New Life Pills free, as well aa a
copy of Guide to Health and Household
Instructor, free. All of which Is guar
anteed to do you good and coat you
nothing. Cbaa Rogers, druggist Odd
The revival of industry following the
election of HcKinley enables us to fore
cast what will result from the adoption
of the new protective tariff, and Justi
fies the belief that the era of prosperity
now opening will surpass any we have
Now that Weyler has begun to force
the fighting in Cuba it seems clear that
the end cannot be far off, and It the
Cubans can only hold out during the
winter their independance will surely
come In the spring.
ROYAL Baking Powder
haa beta awarded highest
honors at every world fair
Among the candidates fur Senator
Peffer's shoes nobody has mentioned
ockiess Jerry Simpson.
Sockless Jerry Simpson.
'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 Wtt's Little Early
Risers would reach It and shake It for
him. On that you can bet your glg-
lamps." Chas. Rogers.
BUCKLE N'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve !n"the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers.salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos
itive A,, -A II , .
..... .... , I1U Ulrea. j, ,aIk , the campalK Hhowe4
, the had no experience in business, and
faction, or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Charles
Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
Boston has not yet positively refused
the Dancing Bacchante. She is at pres
ent considering- whether the freedom
of the art is not atoned for by the
freedom of the gift.
There are two reasonahle things which
everybody should do: take good care
of one's health; and if lost, regain it
quickly, and to this everybody will
a,-ree. And there are a great multitude
of people who are agreed that f ir both
purposes Simmons Liver Regulator Is
the best helper. "I am troubled with
torpid liver and nothing gives r -lief so
cjuick like Simmons Liver Regulator."
R. R. Strange, Lake City Fla.
Maryland thinks she ought to have
a place in McXlnley'a cabinet, but at
this distance it seems she ought to be
sufficiently proud at having got a place
in the McKlnky column.
TO Cl'KE A COLO IN ONE DAV,
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25c., For sale by Chas.
The Dlngley revenue bill muBt be
passed this winter. A billion dollar
country needs a billion dollar tariff.
from the way business Is talking now,
;t seems clear that It wanted no ex
perience with him.
It Is a fixed and Immutable law that
to have good sound health, one must
have pure, rich and abundant blood.
There Is no shorter nor sun-r route
than by a course of DeWltt's Sarsapa
rilla. Chas. Rogers.
We are In favor of no booms on the
Pacific coast this time. Legitimate bus
iness ran employ all our money, all our
energy, and It pays best In the long
The old way of delivering messages
by postboys compared with the modern
telephone, Illustrates the old tedious
methods of "breaking" colds compared
ith their almost Instantaneous cure
by One Minute Cough Cure. Chas. Rog-res.
Mexican dollars remain at their pi
ent nullum value In the absence of a
prespect for conversion Into America
coin at twice its market quotation.
The old lady was right when she
said the child might die If they waited
for the doctor. She saved the llttl
one's life with a few doses of One Mln
ute Cough Cure. She had used It for
croup before. Chas. Rogers.
When a defeated politician tells what
Is going to happen four years hence
you may put him down aa a gambler
In political futures and options.
Scaly eruptions on the bead, chapped
handa and lips, cuts, bruises, scalds,
burns are quickly cured by DeWltt's
Witch Haxel Salve. It la at present
the article most used for piles, and It
always cures them. Chas. Rogers.
Politics In the pulpit and the pulpit
in pontics may De put down now as
regular features of our national cam
Soothing, and not Irritating, strength
enlng, and not weakening, small but
ffectlve -such are the qualities of De
Wltt's Little Early Risers, the famous
little pills. Chas. Rogers.
There Is one thing to be said to the
credit of David Bennett Hill: His sl-
ence Is setting an example which every
democrat would do well to follow.
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. Chas. Rogers.
The turkey gobbler's death warrant
s out and the execution will take place
on schedule time.
The German crisis crawled Into a glm
t hole, but Bismarck Is still on the
DeWltt's Karsaparllla Is prepared for
leanslng the blood. It builds ud and
trengthens constitutions Imttalred bv
Isease. Chas. Rogers.
The Douglas county populist who
boasted that he had voted In ten pres
idential campaigns hut had never
struck It right on the winner has kept
up his record.
General end Nervous Debility.
VrftknM of Bo-jV arid
Mind, KlTwLrj of Krrot-i
or Kxcc4e4 in OI-l or
Youiijr. iuh') I, l.Vt:n
jlauuoo'l tMily Ikfctonvi.
Jiow lo ju!;tn?o ; !
't'jvtioi JVirUoa oi
fni 1 1 r,ff Homo T men .
tiitJira in h. fi n, v .
Men testify from W Stattq .,A Frtiicu
Countries, fiend for Ihwr'uilV o Hook, ex-
plaiiiiLioQ and proof, niaucu (ao ikdj frte.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Bui alo, it. Y-
Absolutely pure, perfectly harmless,
and invariably reliable are the quail
ties of One Minute Cough Cure. It nev
er fails in colds, croup and lung trou
bles. Children like it because It is
pleasant to take and It helps them.
Now for the prodigal mm act on the
part of the tearful bolters who played
the lealing roles in that "ramatic scene
at the St. Louis convention.
For Infants and Children.
Wall Pp,r, ArtHti' Material!, Palnta,
Ollt, Glaaa, tic. Jipanoe Mattlngi,
Rugs arid Bamboo Gwidl
365 Cc mmercial Street.
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Twentieth St. and McKee Ave.
BitUAtoti oil the nouth pit!
of Afitoriu's liilln.
Twfnt)' dfgrcos viirmp
ami veiictatton J0 lav i
udvnnce of tlio North itlt,
Magnificent sites for res
ldiMices. overlooking nvt
and bay, vunnv and shel
Easy and natural grades
httlo or no grading needet
ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.
482 Bond Street.
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tltin of immouM j renrn DhVHirUii. m III mtu-kiw imw ..i -n ...
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CHAS ItOOEUH, 4u! Commercial 8tret.
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To the East
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Frult.
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
PiatedWare. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Commercial atreeta.
FROM NOW UNTIL SPHINO
overcoat and winter wrapa will be In
fashion. They can be dUcarded, tempor
arily while traveling in the team-heated
tralna of the Chicago, Milwaukee and flt
Paul Hallway. For aolld comfort, for
peed and for aafety, no other Una can
compere with thla reat railway of the
Go to Elmore, Bannorn'a office and net
machine. Take along aome of tha twlnci
"aa good aa Marshall's, " In your pocket,
and teat them. Then ies how much more
MarahaH'a will atnnd. It'a money In your
pocket and flMh In your net to tlnd out
their new and bandaome twine testing
When yuu conHult the
lixal tlcktrt agent, don't;
fail to axk him about j
OUK at-rvlce to tha Kat
Auk him If our line la
not ahorUr and our time
fiuttiT than thoae of any
other railroad to Omaha,
Kanms City, 8t. Louie
and polnlH beyond.
Auk him, too, about our
St. Paul CIiIcoko and 8t,
Paul Ht. LouIh tralna.
PEltFl'X'T thut'a the
only word that fit them.
C. SHELDON, O. A.,
'la 1 M b d.r V-lla.r.ai-J
M M Btrl.i.ra.
'HCEvtHt CHrwirn Co. Itrann. N..ti-.irln,'i,t
,cici4n.O iTWl ""K t rwaalata.
U. a. A. Y "I pmln wrapnrr,
i'7 v.pnua, iirt'pfiiii, lor
?i i.f, ,,r a ihiiiii'm, aa.7.
:irr.ular ai' uu niiuit.
r!ia n la a non-potannmia
iT-mwir inr tliiiirrlHi..
wnii"., n ii n a 111 ral ilii
fliariii'a, or aur llillnmma
llun, irrltatli.il nr ulr'
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R. L. Boyle & Co.
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS
P rtlfh.i. r; t:i,Bn.h niaawil llraaa.
ft, rti'-tf r-iuii. kDiK 4wk
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ATSORIA PUBLIC ItlBRARV
READINO ROOM FRED TO ALU
Open averr day from t o'clock to 1:11
and ;80 to 1:10 p. m.
Bubaorlptlon rate ft par annum.
B.W. COR. ELEVENTH DTJANB BTB.
AN ENIGMATICAL BILL OF FARE.
For a dinner, aerved on tht Dining care
of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paid
Railway, will b aent to any addreaa on
receipt of a two-cent poataga atamp.
Apply to Oeo. H. Heafford, General Paa
aenger Agent, Old Colony Building, C!hl.
cago, Illinola, 1
OIVKS CIIOICB or
Via Spokane and St. Paal
Via Ogden, Denver and
Omaha or St. Paal
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Cbair Cars
Astoria to San Francisco.
Columbia, Tutwlay, (VI. 10.
Hlata of Cal. Wun.tay, V(. li.
Columbia, rriday, Orl. SO.
Hute of Cal. Wedncday. NnV. 4.
Coluntblta, Monday, Nov. 1
Htale of Cal. Halunlay. Nov. U.
Columbia. Thureday. Nov. It.
Hlat. of Cal. Tuesday. Nov. 14.
Columbia, Sunday, Nov. t,
Astoria and Portland Steamari.
T. J, Potter leavea Aalorla at 7 a. m.
dally eacept Humlay. IxwavM Portland
tally at I p. m., Hunday riifplcd. Pal.
urdaya at 11 p. m.
Toli-phono leave Aalorla dally !
cept Sunday at 7 p. tit. Ix-avra Port
land dally except Sunday at 7 A m.
For ratea and g.neral tnrortnatlon raU
on or addraaa
0. W. LOIIN8IHCRRT,
W. II. HURLfllJRT,
O.a Paa Agl., Portland. Or.
Prraltlanl and Manager.
I 1B. J 13
.j imwiaang rma iiainlUa.a writ, to
pl.li boiMo 7ne aniriD l.irnu in amnrtna
Hi. imUlo 11 a aotloa alias tn utulxjn la tba
liMt etmilaMnn of an? -lonUr)i naiwr ta th
uaa ahnul.i t wlihuui it. w.vi ai imiZ
wiluiiirtmomi,a A.iararVs'J VJi
Viauaaua.S4il 4Wiar, ?w Vura tyl
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Astoria and Portland
Telephone leaven Aalorla dully eg.
ct'pt Humlay at 7 p. m. Isvimi prt.
lund dully except fiiindiiy at 7 a. m.
T. J. Poller leave Aalorla at 7 a. m
dully except Humlny. I-avea Portland
dully at N p. 111., Sunday excepted. 8at
unliiya at H p. m.
Ticket Kootl on both boiiia.
V. II. HCOTT. PrealilenL
IS. A. Heeley, Aitent, Portland.
C, W. SIoiip, Atrent, Anliirla.
Telephone No. II.
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER
Sailing dalaa to and Irorn Tillamook
and Nehalem depend upon
For Prelght and Pataenger
Ratea Apply To
LMORE, SANBORN & CO.
R. CAN. CO.. AgenU, Portland '
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