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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Kdltor.
TERMS Or Hl'WRCKIPriON.
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Served by carrier, per week 10
Bent by mall, per yer 12 In advance.
Postage free to subscriber.
AH communications intended for publi
cation should be directed to the editor.
Business communications of all kind
and remittances must be addressed to
The Astorlan guarantee to Its sub
scribers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rates can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan. the second old
est weekly In the state of Oregon, has.
nest to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
John F. Handley A Co. are our Port'
land agents, and copies of the Astorlan
can be had every morning at their
stand, 124 Third street.
The "Aetarian" hereby oflVra to donate
0EtK ntJMDRID DOLLARS to Mb Mary's
eepltal, payable oa demand to Father
TMaaaaaa, wknmr legal evldeae Is pro
aTraeva) efcowlng that any afternoon new-
paper pabtlaked la Astoria haa prtatad
wltaln Ua last ninety says aspiring a
fore Male offer a elnglo "apodal" or
other kind of "telegraphic proas report.'
reoeWed oror the wire entering either
of the telegraph ofloea la Astoria, froaa
aay potat ontalde of Oregon.
Aetorla. Or., Oatuher 1ft,
Silver Nevada, haa distinguished her-
elf. By a vote of twenty to nine In
her" legislature yesterday, she estab
lished an International prise ring with
a toll of 1000 at the gate.
Since no deaths have occurred In the
elty resulting from plague, save one. It
has been a good lesson to Astoria that
it had a little scare. The amount of
lth being discovered In the city by
Health Officer Fulton la simply as
tounding, and that officer to rightfully
using exery effort to cleanse every
quarter of the eaty.
That an Eastern man in a position
which requires him to be -better posted
than the average citizen, upon his first
visit to Astoria should express un
bounded surprise that the city la more
than a mere fishing village on the out
skirts of civilization, does not speak
very loudly of the amount of advertis
ing done by its citizens of their home
It to strange that the average citizen
and business man cannot realize the
Importance to a city situated aa Is As
toria, at good roads and bridges. In the
Bast there to now agitation in several
states, of the question of placing the
Inmates of penitentiaries and county
jails at work upon county roads. The
Idea seems to be a good one and might
help solve the problem of good roads
in the West.
Perliaps the worst enemy the silver
cranks have Is the secretary of agricul
ture. Mr. Morton, whose conduct from
a silver farmer's point of view has been
adsoiutely awful. He has never ceas
ed to rip slver political economy up the
back, and to revile the silver econ
omists. He has had nq bowels to yearn
for the suffering of sinners. Evidently
he believes that silver senators have
sinned away the day of grace, so that
there is nothing for them but eternal
punishment. We have known no prop
osition advanced by the silver! tea that
Morton has not assaulted it with a
Joyful fury that could be described by
no words so fitting as fiendish glee. The
latest of his diabolical effusions Is In
getting up a document employing all
the resources of his department, and
especially an expert statistician, to
prove the conclusions following:
"He shows (1) by an instructive chart
based oil official reports, that there is
no necessary relation between the
prices of agricultural products and the
price of silver bullion; that (2) there Is
a much higher rate of mortgage indebt
edness per inhabitant in the sound
money states than there is in the free
silver states; that (3) the rate of in
terest In the sound money states Is one
third tower than the rate In the free
silver states; that 4 the number of
depositors kn savings banks in the
sound money states are to the number
In free silver states as 75 to 1; that
fi the free silver states contain three
fifths of the illiterate native whites of
the country, the percentage being 3.7
and 11.4; that C) personal and real prop
erty show relatively a higher percent- i
age than poiulation in the sound mon
ey states; that (7) the percentage of
elect"al votes In the free silver statts
is larger than the population, showing
that thoee (tate are favored by the
method of selecting a president; that
(R) the aiva carried for free silver is
nearly double the area carried for
sound money, yet the population of
the former is little over half."
The worst of It ;is from the silver
point of observation, he proves the
whole thing. Ajid yet Mr. Morton alls
himself a Democrat. There Is one thing
certain he will never be popular as
OLD MEN' FOR COUNSEL.
One of the criticisms 'made on the
appointment of John Sherman us sec
retary of state la that he is too old,
says the Times-Herald. It 1s at the
best a carping criticism, that no other
people on earth would listen to for a
moment. Our rapid and (impatient
American habits tend to the superan
nuation of men whose usefulness Is In
Its prime, but whose calendar polntB to
the three-score mark. Young America
rudely jostles age aside, and jir-nrcHy
tolerates the competition of 60 years,
much less 70, always to bis own detri
ment, for It Is a maxim as old as man
himself, that we should have old men
John Sherman Is in his 74th year, and
In the prime of his Intellect as a min
ister of foreign affairs. Cor he Is as
young at 74 as many mon are at 0.
Lord Polmcraton directed the destiny
tf England when he was long past that
age, and died In Hhe harness at SI. Pis-
raoll was prime minister at 7S, and
so was Gladstone, tfrse latter resigning
his leadership when pent 10.
While w have not had many old
men aa secretaries of st.we, those we
havtj had have rendered hvlr best ser
vice 'When bordering on TO. Webster
died as secretary of state In his 71st
year, and 1tis last day saw his Intellect
in It greatest vigor. Marcy was 71
when hla tvrm under Mitve oUwed,
General Casi was 75 when he entered
Puchanan's administration, and Hamil
ton Ffcdi was 70 when he retired from
hla arduous ervtc-rei at the close of
Major McKlnley has observed a wise
rule in pJaolng at the head of his oah
Inet one who hasR long and faithfully
served his countrymen In public life.
Years and experience go &r much In
that green office.
The human tenement Is often haunt
ed to the grievous discomfort of Its
possessor by thoee malignant spirits,
constipation and biliousness. Hut the
abominable pair may be peedlly driven
out with the potent help of Hoetetter'
Stomach Bitters. This genial altera
tive, while It relieves 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 la
precisely analogous to an effort of na
ture seeking to resume her proper func
tions. This furnishes pretty conclusive
evidence that It to better to use persua
sive means, so to speak, than to en
deavor to coerce nature to a return
to' duty. Violent remedies produce only
a temporary effect, followed by a hurt
ful reaction. For Indigestion, malaria
and kidney complains, rheumatism and
nervousness, the Bitters takes highest
rank among remedies of the philosophic
It is my theory that half the unhap
neea of married Ufe comes to husbands
and wives being constantly together
all (n all to each other. Good House
keeping. Sick-poison Is a poison which makes
you sick. It comes from the stomach.
The stomach makes it out of undigested
The blood gets and taints the whole
body with It. That's the way of It.
The way to be rid of it la to look
after your digestion.
If your food Is all properly digested,
there will be none left in the stomach
to make sick-poison out of.
If your stomach la too weak to see
to this properly by Itself, help It along
with a few doses of Shaker Digestive
That's the cure of It
Shaker Digestive Cordial Is a deli
clous, healthful, tonic cordial, made of
pure medicinal plants, herbs and wine.
It positively cures Indigestion and
prevents the formation of sick-poison.
At druggists. Trial bottles 10 cents.
A woman may Just as weU give up
the game when once she can't make
the othr woman jealous.
A woman never really knows the
meaning of happiness and content until
she Is the mother of a healthy, happy
child. Th? health of the child depends
upon the hearth of the mother, both
before and after birth. Most all of
woman's weakness and particularly the
weakness that most strongly Influences
the health of children, comes from
some derangement or disease of the dis
tinctly feminine organs. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription will cure trou
bles of this nature. It should be taken
regularly by every woman during the
entire period of gestation. It gives
strength to all the organs Involved,
lessens the pains of childbirth, and in
sures the health of both mother and
Snd 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost
of mailing only, and receive free a copy
of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. Ad
dress. World's Dispensary Medical As
sociation, Buffalo, N Y.
Possibly the oldest woman in Eng
land is Sarah Thompson, who, Febru
ary 5. will be 109 years of a?e. .Mrs.
Thompson has emoked a clay pipe for
60 years, and bids fair to enjoy life and
tobacco for some years to come.
The Detroit railway employes have
adopted a rule that in future r.romo-
tlons mu-tt b made on a basis of age
In tn kt vice.
SIMM ON s
Tile Favorite Home Remeag.
For ail 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 win 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 your system
needs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER
J. H Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia.
FREE TO EVERY MAS
THR METHODS OF A GHEAT
THKATMKNT FOU WEAKNESS
Which Cured Him ..iter Everything
ralnful diseases are bad enough, but
when a man Is slowly wasting away
with nervous weakness, the mental
forebodings are ton times worse than
the most severe pain. There Is no let
up to the mental suffering luy r night.
Sloop is almost impossible, and under
such a strain men ore scarcely respon
sible fvr what they do. For years the
writer rolled and tossed on the troubled
sea of sexual weakness uulll it aa a
question whether he havl not better
take a dose of poison and thus end all
his troubles, ltut providential Inspira
tion came to his aid in the shape of a
combination of medicines that not only
completely restored the general health,
but enlarged his weak, emaciated part
to natural size and vigor, and ho now
declares that any man who will take
the trouble to send his name and ad
dress may have the method of this won
derful treatment free- New when I
say free I mean absolutely without cost.
because I want every weakened man to
get the benefit of my experience.
I am not a philanthropist. mr Jo I
pose as an enthusiast, but there are
thousands of men suffering the mental
tortures of weakened manhood who
would be cured at onca could they but
get auch 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 mail the Informa
tion, but send for It, and learn that
there are a few things on earth that al
though they coat nothing to get they
are worth a fortune to some men and
mean a lifetime of happiness to most
of ua Write to Thomas Slater. Box JSS.
Kalamazoo, Mich., and the Information
will be mailed In a plain, sealed en
Mrs. Arthur Sewall. wife of the late
candidate for vice-president of the
I'nlted JStatos, is an expert amateur
photographer, and has received diplo
mas for her work not only from New
York and ItoMton, but also from Paris.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
derman. of Dimondale. Mich., we are
permitted to make inls extract: "I
have no hesitation in recommending
Dr. King's New Discovery, as the re
sults were almost marvelous In the
case of my wife. While 1 was pastor
of the Baptist church at Rives June
tion she was brought down with pneu
monta succeeding la grippe. Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little Interruption, and It
seemed as if she could not survive
them. A friend recommended Dr King's
New Discovery; It was quick in Its
work and highly satisfactory In re
sults." Trial bottles free at Chaa Rog
ers' drug store. Regular size, 50c and
The queen of Rou mania, the queen
regent of Spain, Queen. Amelia, of Por
tugal, who In this respect follows the
example of her mother, the wife of the
Comte de Paris, and the Queen of Italy,
are all smokers.
BUCKLE.VM ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers.salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped band, chilblains,
corns, and all akin eruption, and pos
itive cure for pile, or no pay required.
It 1 guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Pries, 25
cents per box. For sale by Charles
Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
Dr. Nan.-en, the explorer, is said,
aboe all things, to be modtwt and sim
ple and quite unspoiled by su coins. He
will make more than 1100,000 out of his
writings and lectures on the subject
of his voyage.
Elettric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed when the languid, ex
haumed feeling prevails, when the liver
is torpid and sluggish and the need
of a tonic and alterative is felt. A
promjt use of this medicine has often
averted long and perhaps fatal bilious
fevers. No medicine will art more
.'uMy In counteracting and freeing the
system from the malarial poison. Had
aehe, Indigestion, Constipation, Dizzi
ness yield to Electric Hitters. 50c and
tl.00 per bottle at Chas. Rogers' drug
Stanley will visit the Belgian posses
sions on the Congo next nprtng In com
pany with King Leopold. Th-y will
supervise the opening of the railroad
between ilatavoi and IypoldvlIle.
The diffTii e between pills and Hlm
nioMs Liv-r I'.egulat'w, is Just this:
lJills don't go down very easy with
mor-t jeople, and you feel th'-rn after
wards. While Simmons Liver R'-gula-tor
in liquid or powder is very pleasant
to take, and the only fe-llng that you
have afti-rwards Is the gr-at relhrf
that it glve from Constipation, Ullious
nes ' Hick Headache, and Dyspepsia.
It is a mild laxative and a tonic.
William C. Hill is a colored sculptor
of Washington. In good weather he
works at street paving and pursues
his art 1n bad weather. He has done
line work as a sculptor.
for Infants and Children.
WHEN IN rORTLANT-Call on Jno.
?. Handley Co., 124 Third street, and
ret the Dally Astorlan. Visitor need
not miss their morning paper who thera.
Mr. 81m Keeves, ths celebrated Kng
llsh tenor, ts u make his 1Vl bow
American audiences this year, at
age of "ft.
Chlcora, Ta., "Horaid:" lUohard
Veitsel reports Ons Minute Cough Cure
the greatest success In medical sclencs.
lie told ua that It cured hla whole
family of ton-Ibis rough and colds, af
ter all other so-called cure had failed
entirely. Mr. Vensel sold It assisted
hla children through a very bad siege
of meaolea. On Minute Cough Curs
makes expocloratlon very easy and
rapid, Chas. Hogers, lrugglt.
An eight hour agitation mcullng of
gigantic ptvpiM-thma it ito be held In
Ihwton on Washington's birthday.
Mlnul-s at-.-in like hours when a life
Is at stake. Croup gives no time to
send for a doctor, delay may mean
death.' One Minute Cough Cure gives
Instant relief and Insures recovery. The
only harmless remedy that produces
Immediate results. Chas. liogera.
Mrs. Sm nil. who has traveled exton
slvdy both In America and Europe,
has nwtde ut charming collection f
TO t'VRK A COI.O IN OX K KAY,
Take laxative Iiromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 2So. For sale by Chas.
Minneapolis wait ra have Inaugu
rated a eeriea af open social and educa
LOST A dear little child who made
home happy by Its smiles. And to
think. It might have been saved had
the parent only kept In the house
One Minute Cough Crue. the Infallible
remedy for croup. Chas. Rogers, drug
Thie's no sight more deplorable than
a man who can't employ himself.
Constipation In its wnnrt form. dy
peps a, sick headache, biliousness, and
derangement of the liver are readily
cured by DeWItt's Uttle Early Riser
These little pllbj never gripe. Small
pill, safe pill, best pill. Chas. Roger.
All lovers' promises are. of course,
entirely founded on the doctrine of
A He should he lanre and adaptable,
and aiktw a margin for alteration.
A torpid liver means a bad complex
Ion. bad breath. Indigestion and fre
quent headaches. To avoid such com
panlons take DeWItt's Little Early
Risers, the famous little ptlla Chas.
Not one minute elapses between the
taking of One Minute Cough Cure and
relief. Why shouldn't people take One
Minute Cough Cure. They should.
They do. Chas. Rogers, druggist
Sinners never hear any harm of
The V. S. Gov t Reports
thow Royal Baking Powder
superior to all other.
It's a bod workman quarrels with
A weed In the garden can be easily
destroyed when It first starts. Con
sumption can be nipped In the bud by
One Minute Cough Cure. Chaa. Rog
Marriage Is sxmrtimes the grave of
It not only relieves; It doea more,
It cures. We refer to Ons Minute
Cough Cure. Suitable for all ages, all
conditions, at all times. Chas. Roger,
GIVES CHOICE OF
Via Spokane and St. Pact!
Via Ogden, Denver and
Omaha w St. Paul
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Cbair Cars
Astoria to San Francisco.
State of California, Sunday, Jan. 3.
Columbia, Friday, Jan. 8.
State of CaJ., Wednesday, Jan. 12.
Columbia, Monday, Jan. 17.
State of Cal., Saturday, Jan. 23.
Columbia, Thursday, Jan. 28.
State of Cal., Tuesday, February 2.
Columbia, Sunday, Feb. 7,
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W. H. HURLBURT.
Gen. Pa. Agt, Portland, Or.
President and Manager.
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this Knlal oaali a th have
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CHAS ItOQrCKH, 4W Commercial Htreet.
Agents Wanted $,. Say520
And IIOI1AKT, Hi'publlran Candidate
for president and vice-president, by
Itobt. P. Porter, the noted Journalist
present editor of the Cleveland World,
and Inlllmate friend of McKINLEY fur
twenty year. Absolutely the only au
thentic LIFE! OF McKINLEY publish
ed. For more than two years In prep
recelver the endorsument of MaJ, Mc
Klnley and hi most Intimate friends.
120 a day. Chance fur thousand nf
other to do a well. This I the oppor
tunity of your life. The highest com
mission paid. ORDER OUTFIT NOW.
Bend 20o (stamp taken) as an evidence
of good faith, which amount will be
refunded with agent's first order, If It
I only for one book, making OUTFIT
FREE. Book on time. Charge pre
paid, leaving profit clear. Act quick
or while you ar waiting other will cut
THE N. O. HAMILTON PUB. CO.,
16ES Arcade, Cleveland, O.
Most so-called "salmon iwinia" ar eo.
red with acid. Th acid rot lh fibre
and render th material uaeieea. in th
office of Elmore, Ban born ft Co. I an on-
all fisherman. It 1 th wbol of th
material uaed In th manufacture of Mar
hair twin from start to finish. Oe
there and examine th color right
through. You will see then why Mar
hall' Is called th best In tns world.
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flTSORlfl PUBLIC LIBRARY
RBADINO ROOM FRED TO ALL.
Open every day from I 'olook ta l:H
and l:S0 to 1:10 p. to.
Bubsortption rats SI per annum.
B.W. COR. ELEVENTH DUANB BTi.
AN ENIOMATICAIi BILL OF FARM
For a dinner, served on th Dining car
of th Chicago, Milwaukee and 8t Paul
Railway, will be sent to any address oa
receipt of a two-cent pestag. tamp.
Apply to Oeo. H. Htafford. Oen.ral Pas
snga Agent, Old Colony Building, Chi
a. W i 10 .ui.tur".
aw4i f.,ani iM.ai.te.
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