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THE DAILY -ASTOUIAN, SUNDAY MURNINU, JANUARY 21. 1897.
JOHN T. LICHTKR, Editor.
Tehphnr, No. l
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cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Aatortan. the second old
est weekly In the state of Oregon, has.
next to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the slate.
John F. Handley A Co, ar our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astortaa
can be had every morning at their
stand. 124 Third street
Tfc "Aatortw" hereby I doaata
! Hl'MDRED DOLLARS t SU Mary'
pltml, payable aa to Father
Dtelaaaa. ttiMnr legal eelalewe It -4wtt
ahowlBg that say afteniooa aewe
par pablteh4 ! Astoria has rlatd
wtthta tke laa ataaty day explrlag he
far this r a atagt "ela!" er
aher kla4 af "telegraphic pre report,"
relT4 Tr th wire aaterlag either
r th telegraph (Boa la Astoria, freai
aay alat eeUld if Oregna.
AMoria, Or., October 1ft. IS.
The passavgc by the senate yesterday
r a bill appropriating $10,000 for a
quarantine station at Astoria Is not
only a recognition of the Importance
of this port by the federal government
but is evidence that Oregon's represen
tatives are looking after the interests
e their state:
Astoria is certain!:.- coming to the
front aa a seaport. The excitement
yesterday attending the desertion from
the Deleairnle of nine of hr crew. dem
onstrates that at least In some respects
Astoria is on & par with her stste"
porta. Once In a great while she can
scare up a little episode out of the or
dinary. The completion at the Lewis and
Clarke road by the extension of a
bridge Into the cky. is one of the ne
easirJea of the times, adverse criticism
to the contrary notwithstanding. While
tt may be true that the bridge will
only serve about a dosen ranchers at
pre, yet It is equally true and a
fact well known to ail, that within
the past year or two those same ranch
era have spent out of their own pockets
thousand dollars or more for Che Im
provement and construction of the
Lewis and Clarke road, under the dis
tinct understanding on their part that
when their road was completed up to
the banks of Young's river a bridge
should be constructed giving them con
nection with the city. Bid have been
aalled lor by the county court for such
bridge, but there now seems to be
an effort to quash the matter on the
plea of poverty. If the county court
doe Its duty the work will proceed
without delay. The people of the Lewis
and Clarke Valley are eiul-Jcd u have
connection with the city so that they
can bring their produce to town direct
ly by team, and the very fact that this
connection has been established will
develop that territory and Increase the
handful of ranchers to a large and
A YEAR'S EXPORT TRADE.
The 1140,000, 000 vt gold in the treasury
at the present lime, a compared with
$44,500,000 last February, requires some
explanation, aays the Philadelphia
Times, besides the sale of gold bonds.
Heretofore, when the balance was re
stored by the sale of bonis, as soon
as the proceeds of the sale had been all
paid in the balance began to decrease.
At this time it is mounting higher, and
the explanation is to be found in the
unprecedented export trade for the year
and the corresponding balance to our
credit. The exports for the twelve
months of 1896 rearhed the enormous
sum of 11,005.878,417. or 135,000,000 more
than in any previous calendar year,
While the imports amounted to but
$60,553,233, leaving a balance to our
credit for the year's commerce of $32o,
322.U4, or 120.000,000 more than In 1S78,
hen; we were supplying the deficiencies
Of one of Europe' shortest crop years.
The tcble of exports and Imports ex
tending back to and including 1878, the
year in which specie ipeymeivts were
resumed, Is an Interacting one.
It is found that for a continuous pe
riod of nineteen years our merchandise
exports have exceeded our Imports ex
cept 1n the single year of 18S8, when
the balance on the wrong side was
That this immenae preponderance of
sales over purchases will soon be re
flected fn other places than In the
treasury gold balance can hardly be
doubted. The first effect, an abundance
at money at all the chief financial cen
ters, is already very apparent. It Is
true, the money is largely lying idle
at present, but this Is because financial
confidence has not been fully restored.
The very fact that our commerce is in
Hie healthy condition shown by these
figures and that we have so large a
balance in bank to our credit, will tend
to- inspire business confidence, in spite
of any action or inaction on the part
of congress. People will get tired of
keeping their surplus capital idle, and
T-feii the opening of spring these Idle
easft balances 'will begin to find their
way into some line of business activity.
Another thing revealed by these fig
ures is worthy of note. The cry of
hard time ha heen conning up from
the agricultural sections, but as agri
cultural products constitute by far the
largest share of the biggest year ex
port trade the country has ever known,
there must be as much and even more
money among the. farming than
usual. The farmer ton't soil for any
thing but cash, and aa they have sold
more this year, measured by it cash
value, than In any forner year the
farmers of the country a a class can
not be In any serious financial strait.
It Is easy, no doubt, to And Individual
and communities ttiat are suffering fl
nanolal depression from exceptional
causoa, but with this showing of an un
preccdented year' export trad, h can
nH be possible that the great agrlcul
tural Interests of the country are other
wise than fairly prosperous.
The business men of the country
should study these figure and take
courage. All the conditions for a re
vival of business exist except conn
denoe, and those figure should Inspire
confidence. The business men should
stop wailing for congress to revive
bualnee ciinlldem'e and revive business
and business confidence themselves.
THE NEW YEAR.
The cl.x'k struck twelve In th tall
church tow r.
And the old year slipped away.
To be lost In the crowd of phantom
In the house of dreams that stay
AU wrapped in their cloaks of gray.
Then swift and sweet o'er the door's
Came the youngest child of Time.
With a gay little bow and a merry
And a voice like bells aohime.
Challenging frost and rime.
He found there was plenty for him to
The strong and the weak were here.
And both held out thtr hand to him
And gave him greetings dear.
The beautiful young New Year.
"You must bring us better days." they
"The old year was a cheat"
Which I think was mean when the year
To be spurned by scornful feet:
"I bring you the best that a year can
The newcomer stoutly spake,
"The chance of work, the gift of trust.
And the bread of love to break.
If but my gifts you'll take."
The noblest thing a year can lay
In the lap of you or me.
The brave new year ha brought this
It is Opportunity.
Which the wise are quick to see.
Harper's Round Table.
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the recipient only being required to
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pint of water and a teaspoonful of
salt. In the morning add one cup of
sugar, two eggs, six ounces of lard,
When kneaded, cut into bits with a
knife, then roll into small biscuits, put
into greeted pans, and stand in a warm
place to rise. About twenty minutes
will be required to bake them.
The human tenement is often haunt
edto the grievous discomfort of its
possessor by those malignant spirits.
constipation and biliousness. But the
abominable pair may be peedily driven
out with the potmt help of Hosteler's
Stomach Bitters. This genial altera
tive, while it r;llpves the bowels and
regulates the liver, never, as a drastic
purgative does, produces violent effects
and weakens the intestines. On the
contrary, the action of the Bitters is j
precisely analogous to an effort of na
ture seeking to resume her proper func
tions. This furnishes pretty conclusive
evidence that it is better to use persua
sive mans, so to speak, than to en
deavor to coerce nature to a return
to duty. Violent remedies produce only j
a temporary effect, followed by a hurt
ful reaction. For Indigestion, malarial
and kidney complains, rhejmatiym and
nervousness, the Bitters taken highest
rank among remedies of the philosophic
A good cement for mending glajig
and china Is made of three parts of
rosin, one part of caustic soda, five
parts of water well worked together.
Clean the edges of the broken article,
smear with the cement and set away
to dry thoroughly.
THE IDEAL PANACEA.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago,
says: "I regard Dr. King's New Dis
covery as 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."
Rev. John Burgus, of Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have been a minister of the
Methodist Episcopal Church for 50
years or more, and have never found
anything so beneficial, or that gave me
such speedy relief, as Dr. King's New
Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough Rem
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THE METHODS OF A GREAT
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Painful disease are bad enough, but
when a man Is slowly wasting away
with nervous weakness, the mental
foreboding are ten time worse than
the most severe pain. There Is no let
up to the mental suffering day or night.
Sleep la almost Impossible, and under
such a strain men are scarcely respon
sible for what they do. For year the
writer rolled and tossed on the troubled
ea of sexual weakness until It was a
question whether he had not better
uko a dose of poison and thus end all
his trouble. But provld-.-ntlal Inspira
tion came to hi aid In the shape of a
combination of medicines that not only
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but enlarged his weak, emaciated parts
to natural site and vigor, and he now
declares that any man who will take
the trouble to send his name and ad
dress may have the method uf this won
derful treatment free. Now when I
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because I want every weakened man to
get the benefit of my experience.
I am not a philanthropist, nor do I
pose as an enthusiast, but there at
thousands of men suffering the mental
torture of weakened manhood who
would be cured at one could they but
get such a remedy as the one that
cured me. Do not try to study out how
I can afford to pay the few postage
stamps necessary to mall the lnforma
tlon, but send for It, and learn that
there are a few things on earth that al
though they cost nothing to get they
are worth a fortune to some men and
mean a lifetime of happiness to most
of us. Writ to Thomas Slater, Box SSS,
Kalamasoo, Mich., and the Information
will be mailed In a plain, sealed en
Germany is to have its Sorosl by
the establishment In Berlin this month
of the first woman's club. All women
engaged In literary', artistic scientific
or social work are to be admitted with
out regard to rank, business or party.
IT MAY DO AS ML'CH FOR YOC.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving. 111., writes
that he had A severe Kidney Trouble
for many years, with sevtre pains In
his buck and also that his bladder
was affected. He tried many so-called
Kidney cures, but without any good re
sult. About a year ago he began use
f Electric Bitters and found relief at
once. Electric Bitters are especially
adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver
troubles and often gives almost Instant
relief. One trial will prove our state
ment Price 50c and $1.00. At Chas
The moisture of the eye is a genuine
solvent. Many persons have gone to
bed troubled with a foreign substance
In the eye, and have waked In the
morning to find it gone. In many cases
of this kind the foreign matter h
been dissolved by the moisture of the
BUCKLEY'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. 2t
cents per box. For sale by Charles
Roger. Odd Fellows' building.
Science comes to the front In the
manufacture of grindstones. The best
now made are composed of a mixture
of pulverlred quartz, powdered flint,
powdered emery and rub tier. They out
wear by many years the natural stone.
It is a big thing to say, but neverthe
less true, that a great multitude of
people have crowned Simmons Liver
Regulator the "King of Liver Medl
clnes." There U nothing like It for
.Malaria, Biliousness, Chills and Fever,
Constipation, Biliousness, Fk Head
ache, Indigestion and all trouble arlS'
ing from a sluggish or diseased liver.
Slmmoni Liver Regulator Is the pre
vention and cure for these ailments.
Aluminum Is taking the place of
magnesium In flash lights for photog
raphy. The mixture consists of pow
dered aluminum and chlorate of potas
sium, which gives a brilliant flash of
light with but little wmoke.
Chlcora, Pa., "Herald:" Richard
Vennel reports One Minute Cough Cure
the greatest success In medical science.
He told us that It cured his whole
family of terrible coughs and colds, af
ter all other so called cures had failed
entirely. Mr. Vensel said It assisted
his children through a very 'ad siege
of measles. One Minute Cough Cure
makes expei-toratlon very easy and
rapid. Chas. Rogers, Druggist.
A dis'-overy of great Importance to
Sou'h Africa is a stme capable of being
burnwl Into a natural cement of good
quality. The dejxisit ewers 1,000 acres,
and varieH In thickness from 10 to 20
Not one minute elapses between the
taking of One Minute Cough Cure an1
relief. Why shouldn't people take One
Minute Cough Cure. They should.
They do. Cha. Rogers, druggist.
The Joints endure much use because
they are constantly lubricated by an
oil secreted by glands specially adapt
ed to that purpose.
Tor Infant- and Children.
When a arhidar airntka what )i oilcht
not to ieak, by guile of sprevh seeking
h gain ms end, and when he doe
not speak A-h4 ho ought to speak. Ijy
Full of silence seeking to gain some
end, both these case ur. Of pier
with , breaking through a neighbor's
Minutes eei-m like hour when a life
I at stake. Croup give no lime to
end for a doctor, delay mv mean
death. On Minute Cough Cur gives
instant relief and Insure recovery. Th
only harmless remedy that produce
Immediate results. Cha. Roger,
It has bivn esllnuiled Hint tlieiunouut
I of gxld In oln or ornament In the world
Is alHut 13 euble yiusl, and that It
would Mt In a roMn twenty. four feel
ectoh way If In a lld i ule.
I.08T A dear little child who made
home happy by Us smile. An. I to
think. It might have been saved had
the parents only kept In the house
One Minute Cough Crue, the Infallible
remedy for croup. Cha. Rogers, drug
There are fifty-four lady commercial
traveler In England, one of the most
stKvessful of whom take orders for
Constipation In It wnwt forms, dys
peps a. sick headache, biliousness, and
derangement of th liver r readily
cured by DeWItf Little Early Riser
These little pills never gripe. Small
pill, saftt pill, best pill. Chas. Rogers.
Curn meal w ill, nut keep as well as
nour, o if you do not use much of It
buy only In small quantity, and ksp
In a cool, dark place. When gel
old it has a musty flavor that mokes
It unfit for use.
The U. S. Gov t Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Bathing Is positively the best cos
metlc In the world, and any physician
will say so. Regular hours for eatlnK.
and atwtlnence fnw rich tsxl U the
next best, and regular hours for sleep
ing come third.
TO t'I'ltK A COLI IN' ONE HAY.
Take laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas
When clothing has been wrinkled and
crushed by packing. If shaken out vlg
orou.tly and hung up or spread out
In a hot room over night, hs appear
ance will be much improved.
All the different firms of skin trou
bles, from chapped hands to K-imt
and indolent ulcers can be readily
cured by DeWltt's Witch Hasel Salve,
the great pile cure. Chas. Rogers,
A penny la a handy thing to use
In scratching paint from a pane of
glass. It will not scratch the glas.
and most other metals will.
hands snd Hps. Healing for cuts and
sores. Instant relief for piles, stops
pain at once. These are the virtues of
DeWltt's Witch Haxel Salve. Chas
Never dissolve salaratus or soda In
hot water. It liberates the rartsmlc
add gas, and thus loses much of Its
A torpid liver means a bad complex
ion, bad breath. Indigestion and fre
quent headache. To avoid such com
panions take DeWltt's Little Early
Risers, the famous little pills. Cha.
Carafes and glass decanters may be
made to look clear and brilliant by
shaking shot In them.
In Toklo there are more than S00
public houses, in which a bath may be
had for one cent.
It not only relieves; It doe more,
it cures. We refer to One Minute
Cough Cure. Suitable for all ages, all
conditions, at all times. Chas. Rogers,
The earliest year consisted of twelve
months, having each twenty-nine and
thirty days alternately, thus making
3f4 days. This being found too short.
it was lengthened to 360 days and after
wards to 315.
A weed In the gard?n can be easily
d'-Htroyed when It first starts. Con
sumption ran be nlppd In the bud by
One Minute Cough Cure. Chas. Kog-
to its Job
Give Us a Trial
WHEN IN r-O RTLAND Call on Jno.
T. Handler Co., 124 Third street, and
get the Dally Astorian. Visitors ned
oot ml their morning paper while there-
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artesian water and so dtuated aa to gl
occupant all th advantacaa to b de
rived from a more or I protracted
rasldeno Ii thl dallghtful ollniat.
(From th Ban Franclaco Argonaut)
"In thl heart of th great desert of th
Colorado which th Southern Pacific
travane therti 1 an oal called Indlo,
which, In our opinion. Is th sanitarium
of th earth. Wa believe, from personal
investigation, that for certain Individual,
there la no ipot on thl planet o favor-
O. T. Stewart. II D.. writ: "Th
purity of the air, sad th eternal tun
shine, fill on with wond'r and drllaht
Nature ha accomplished eo
much that there remains but llttl for
man to do. A to It possibilities s s
health reeort-here I th mot perfect
sunshine, with a temperature alwar
plant, a perfectly dry soli, for rain I
an unknown factor; pur oiygen, dan
atmosphere and pure water. What mor
can he desired? It I the plre, bov
all other, for lung trouhl, and a para.
dlse for rheumatlr. Conalderlng th
number of ulTerer who have be'D
cured, I have no healUncy In recom
mendlnir this r'nlal oasla th hsvo
of the amicted."
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Addraa It A Vol. M EDIt'IK COn P. a
CHAS noOKHS. I Ml
Agents Wanted ''X520
And HOI1AUT, Republican Candidate
for president and vice-president, by
Hobt. I. Porter, the noted Journalist
present editor of the Cleveland World,
and .ultimate friend of McKINLEY for
twenty years. Absolutely thu only au
thentic: LIFE OF McKINLEY publish
ed. For mor than two years In prep
recelver th endorsement of MaJ. Mc
Klnley and his most Intimate friends.
120 a day. Chance for thousands of
others to do a welL This I th oppor
tunity of your Ufa. Th highest com
mission paid. CJRDER OUTFIT NOW.
Send 20c (stamps taken) as an evidence
of good faith, which amount will be
refunded with agent's first order, If It
Is only for on book, making OUTFIT
FREE. Rooks on time. Charge pre
paid, leaving profits clear. Act quick
or while you ar waiting others will cut
THE N. O. HAMILTON PUB. CO.,
UBt Arcade, Cleveland, O.
Most so-called "salmon twin" ar col
ored with acid. Th acids rot th flbr
tnd render tha material useless. In th
offlc of Elmore, Banborn aV Co. i an 00
all fihrmen. It la th whol of th
material used In th manufacture of Mar
shall' twin from start to finish. Oo
ther and examine th oolor right
through. Ton will then why Mar
shall' Is called th beat In th world.
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nnd McICee Ave.
HituuU'ii on 0ii Mouth siile
of A k lor iii's hills.
Twenty (logroos warmer
utiil vegetation )() tlays iu
ttdvnnoe of the North side.
Magnificent sites for res
idences, overlooking river
and bay, sunny and shel
tered. Easy and nutura grade.;
little or no grading needed.
Tbla (rani Vrnlaila
Knwrb pnyalriati, will qulrklr our imi 1 all nr.
nl ilia sitiii.rauva
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RTSOHIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
RBADINO ROOM FRED TO ALU
Open rry day from I a'clock t 1:11
and 1:10 to 1:10 p. m.
Subsoriptlon rata It per annum.
B.W. COR. ELEVENTH DCANH gT.
AN ENIOMATICAti BILL OF PARE.
For a dinner, rvd on th Dining cars
of th Chicago, Milwaukee sad BL Paul
Railway, will b sent t any address oa
rolpt of a two-ont postag stamp.
Apply to Oo. H, Htafford, 0nral Fa
tenger Agant, Old Colony Building, Chi