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THK DAILY AST0K1AN, IT ESI) AY MOttNINU. MAKCIl 2.1. MOT.
JOHN T. LIGHTER. Editor.
Teh-phone No. 41
tkkms or m BscmrrioN.
Sent bjr mall, per yu IS .00
Sent by mall, per month.... SO
8erved by carrier, per month 45
Bent by mail, por year i- In advance.
Pontage free to subscribers.
All communications Intended for publi
cation should be directed to the editor.
Business communication of all kinds
and rfmittamees must be addressed to
The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub
scribers the largest circulation of any
ewsjaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rates can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Aatorlan. the second old
est meekly In the state of Oregon, has.
ext to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In tht stats.
John P. Handley A Co. are our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astoiian
an be had every morning at their
stand. 124 Third street.
Ttee "Astoria hereby o flare to doaiU
OHK HCNDRID DOLLARS to St. Mary's
eepttal, payable daaes to rather
Melaaaa, wheaeeer legal eldeee la pro
4m4 etaowlag that aay aftaraaoa M.
aapor pabllahad la Astoria fcaa priataset
a-lthlai tka last ataaty days expirtae- ea
far ttkla offer a slagte "epeelal" or
taer klad af "telegrapHle preea report,
imlwd erer the arlree ateriag either
f tka telegraph oflloM la Aatoria, freaa
lay point eatslde of Orogoa.
Astoria, Or., October I S. ISM.
. The nomination of Binger Hermann
as commissioner of the general land
fflce, will give general satisfaction
not only in Oregon, but throughout
the West He is known to be. a man
of absolute integrity, with special
qualifications for the duties of that
concerned, the answer could be made
that the United States government now
Impose a tax on the manufacture of
liquor for exactly the same purpose
and none other, that the city of As
toria wants to tax gambling, namely.
for the sake of revenue; bjuI, until re.
cently, It also regulated and taxed
the mall of tobacco, but no one Is
so stuy as (o suggest that It Is. or
was, the collection of these Imposts
that makes the "vices" of llqour-sell
Ing and tobacco-consumption "legal.
It is against .the law In nearly all mu
nlclpa.lit.los for men to engage In dry
gvodn selling, or to maintain slnughter
houses, except mibjtvt to certain reg
ulations and dUvnses. rttit It cannot
be assumed that U Is the exercise
of these municipal powers that deter
mines the legality of the one or In
duces men to engage In the ther oo.
cupatlon. It may not be amiss to re
mind these tmmewhat Incongruous co
adjutors that a certain visionary
school of modern philosophers look for
ward a time in the not far dis
tant future when the test of a law
will ,uepend upon is rsxtngnltlon of
the principle "degustlbus non est dls
putandunx" and Its confinement
to the regulation of human affairs so
as to protect each Individual In the
community In his civil rights against
the aggression or interference of neigh
bors who differ with him upon social.
moral or religious topics. As to the
liquor dealers' pomplatnt, we believe
even the good ladles of the temper
ance union might favor the proposed
ordinance If they could be convinced
t would have the effect feared by
the saloon keepers and that It would
have this effect must be deemed
very probable from the fact that those
whose .business it may Jeopardise are
so concerned about it As to the last
remonstrance that of the land sellers
If the council thinks it wise to allow
Innocent people to settle In or frequent
the districts set apart to gambling
'and prostitution, unaware of their
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In many Eastern cities electric push proximity, it can very readily over-
buttons are arranged aJong the sides the objection by merely striking
of electric street cars, so that the pas- out the clause making it a. nilsde
sengers can signal the motorman with-j meanor for ,he P6" of 8Ucl PacM
out rising from their seats. It is a
great convenience and a great Im
provement over the road. Here is a
tip for Superintendent Newell.
There Is a surprise for the diplomats
In the frankness with which the secre
tary of state deals witk the Cuban
question. His saying there will be no
war with Spain we would not have
Cuba as a gift are will not have our
American ciUsens imprisoned ami not
tried, because they have our natural
isation papers and we will enforce
the neutrality lawsf This will preserve
the peace. This, In a common sense
way, covers the case. But if we would
not haj Cuba for a gift, nobody else
must come Into possession save Cuba
alone, when Spain lets go, as -she
must. Then we can depend upon the
Attraction of gravitation and manifest
destiny. Give Cuba freedom and In
ten years she win have three times
as many 'inhabitants as now, and being
Americanized, must become commer
cially and politically American.
to conceal the kind of business carried
on in their premises.
FREE TO EVERY MAN
THE METHODS OF A GREAT
TREATMENT FOR WEAKNESS
Which Cured Him vtter Everything
It Is surprising what a "wee bit of a
thing" can accomplish. Sick headache,
constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
dlxxlneas, are quickly banished by De
Witt's Little Early Risers. Small pill.
Safe pill. Best pill. Chas. Rogers.
Age, I do abhor thee;
Youth, I do adore thee;
Oh, my love, my love is young!
Age, I do defy .thee;
O sweet shepherd, hie thee!
For methlnks thou stay'st too long.
TO CI' Bit A COLD IX ON IS DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All ilrufc-lsU refund the money if It
fails to cure. 25c. For sale by Chss.
Mioareme functions are being planned.
A New York paper fays the treas
urer of the committee having In
charge the McKlnley inauguration cer
emonies has made his report, and
while It contains but few statistics.
DANGERS OF GRIP.
The greatest danger from La Grippe
I is of its resulting in pneumonia. If rea
jsonable care is used, however, and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken.
all danger will be avoided. Among the
tens of thousands who have used this
remedy for la grippe, we have yet to
learn of a single case having resulted
In pneumonia, which shows conclusive
ly that this remedy is a certain pre;
ventive of that dread disease. It will
it is all of significance. That Is to j effect a permanent cure in less time
say, after paying all expenses and re
funding the money advanced as a
guraantee fund; there Is !still remain
ing In the hands of the treasurer a
sum between tT.000 and $8,000. That .
certainly ds a rood augury for the.and not carried away bjr tbe to
loiiy meas oi tnose wno nave axes
than any other treatment.
50 cent size for sale by
The 5 and
Est es -Conn
What the hog-raiser most needs to
use is common sense ideas of breeding.
Talnful diseases are bad enough, but
when a man Is slowly wasting away
with nervous weakness, the mental
forebodings are ten times worse than
the most severe pain. There is no let
up to the mental suffering day or night.
Sleep Is almost Impossible, and under
such a strain men are scarcely respon
sible for what they do. For years the
writer rolled and tossed on the troubled
sea of sexual weakness until It was a
question whether he had not better
take a dose of poison and thus end all
his troubles. But 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 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 of this won
derful treatment free. Now when 1
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, nor do
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 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 mail the informa
tion, 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. Write to Thomas Slater, Box 388,
Kalamazoo, Mich., and the Information
will be mailed In a plain, sealed envelope.
VESSELS ON THE WAY TO OREGON.
.Revised and Corrected every Ftldajr)
rorr sailid rsos aso mass
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H' ship lileu IjfV
SKWf ASTLK. N.S. W.
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HaKour, Ouihrle Co
J. UtdlasrAt'o .
J tailor. You ( fo
Hs (our, ifiilNrlefo
fresh from the mills
for 1897 fishing
Total tonnage on the way-10 itii).
name time In 1mm-r. l.
Same times lo IfS- II.SoJ.
This iml VhsisMs
V 1 Lk. is. r. Lil u M ,w
immioi m iswswiismTi parisisa, sriu quiceirvura suuor all ar
roue er ignis ol U (suvrause utki.s, aua as Ui Maniuad.
Iiiaumnla, r-ainalatbelWk.Mcailiial KmUsUi.tis. Mrrvnoa IMxiliy.
naiplra, I nauiasa to Martr, .iliaosUi, Draina, Varimi a 4
or ru n k rras-anta quirfe.
.Is tn Htsrnialiirrhusa eot!
irrotf laatnl aiiumonwsoiiaaoisarr. a V riPStsnrisinaaaiheutw, tin
arts sir i an klnra aik im nnnvr onsnu ail uopusuiae,
ifJrIltIW tar sms Usees east isakui teamen areas snsna
Tbe an auirarart are sot tsusal a Oortnra to kerauae emery par sent at U'aiMssl erttk
focttlpaUon. Iletopeall Itaassi brilar or nkthi
all Ibe horrors ol I maotassrr. I'rlDKSBrla
Every Ball Guaranteed
Beware of Imitations
March Is behaving beautifully.
McKlnley administration. The people !
will acept it as an earnest of President
MiKinley's Intentions. If the mere
ceremony of his Installation Into office
nets a fum between J7.000 and I.OOO,
what may we expect for his adminis
tration when the Dingley Mil is ad-
Justed exactly to suit him? Farewell
"Be regular and punctual in all
things" was one of the old maxims.
j taught long a?o. The laet Is not for
gotten, but the first is scarce remem
bered, so irregular is the life of most
people nowadays. The only corrector
of this evil i;-, Simmon Liver Keuulacor,
I which keeps the liver active and pre-
anit ennti rlrirancA in Mr PtpvMn nrt'a
! vents the ills of Irregular living, Dys
Httle dftct of $120,000,000 or such .epsis. Blllousnf ss. Cosi.tlpailon, etc. It
matter! Hail and rood morrow to 'also cures these troubles.
the surplus that Is surely coming!
Truly a bow of promise spans the
The combination of the Woman's!
Christian Temperance Vnlon, the retail
liquor dealers and the real estate
brokers. In opposition to the ordinance
to license c ambling, mow pendjng fe
fore the city council, Is a curious ex
emplification of the truth of the old
saying that poitlcs often makes
strange bed-fellows. The temperance
people antagonize the ordinance be
cause they say It will "legalize" vice;
the liquor dealers are against It be
cause they think it will confine llqour
drinking to certain prescribed limits
of the; city, and thus drive saloon
keepers in ' respectable sections out of
Business for want of customers; while
the real testate men declaim against It
because the provision requiring keep
ers of gambling dives, and houses of
prostitution to display a (warning on
their doors will ha,ve a tendency to
depreciate the value of all other prop
ety in their vicinity. So far as the
objection of the temperance . women Is
A little attention paid the brood
sow at forrowlng time will repay the
owner. Encourage her appetite with
bran, milk and boiled corn.
Torturing, Iching, scaly skin erup
tions, burns and scald are soothed
at once and promptly healed by De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the best
known cure for plies. Chas Rogers.
To stick to a friend often means
the worst end of It for yourself.
Fl satellite. CCH DEN C Isibeoniv knossa faMt tororawlihoulan onsraUuo. traMilnwb
ala A srrlitseinaraiiire rtre ami aioeer rMorrml ll all bniseaoae not eflact a ear ruauMt sure,
UJ0e boa. si i (T tn, br mail. Bead toe rasa drcalar and taaUmooaia).
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CHA8 ROGERS, 46 Commercial BtrseL
Every Ball Must Be Marked
Dry and Pure Tropical
ft 'urvd In i tui6 (lav, i u ran 1m irt tttni at.
f lvm f ' r mm w tr onhr Mtu it u iraa
tiy. Kriin frr tuoi msbr v wiiians
irmrt lo par r)lrt.i1 farvantj iotl blll(vri4 j
Pronounced bv Pbvsicians the
most Favorable in America
for sufferers from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
The objections urged against Indio In
the past by the large bumbers who
otherwise would have been glad lo take
advantage of Its beneficial climate, has
ten a lack of suitable accommodation.
The Southern Pacific Company takes
pleasure In announcing that several
, in m)uin, nors, i nroSH I
l'ltri HMita, I'lrsira oo
Hair or Krrlirosta falling
intlary lil.iMl I'oltoS
s Jlianra.lt wefail l.iriue l(ruhasauasnntar
tatj, indlila tMitash, and will bsia an.rs tai
eaiaa. SI ueuua I'atrhea In moutb, Hore Throan
1 lutpiaa, s. opprr t
anr Dart of Ilia body. I
ut. It at Ihia tsecotitlars
eegoarantealocura. WeaoliriiUiamosf olisll- I
uate caaee and challenr the ssurld fur
rane weeannuteure, l ina di.aaaa boa aleare
banieU theaaiu ut tne most eminent I'hjsl
nana, avi 00,000 eapitat Uibind our anmndk
ttonal fnaraals. AneoluteprcM,fasf,nt jealedut)
s;,nlicsts,n. AMrse 1MiK KKM KDY CCk.
"1 Maauato Temvle. C1UCAUU, ILL.
I. J OsarasM U
m bm u IUHH
nis a a am-antananM
rvmHr fur ll,.h,.,rk..
Whiles, anaaliiral dw
-liar, r anr inRsmeia
llim. Irrllaliu t.r uir-..
kssis muiM. Hon .,1 n, l, r l, u . nwm.
i'HialCHtaifX train. vn -a.irint.nl.
l..isr.iasn.o T3 Mold by Oraaslata,
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TRULY ASTONI.SHIXO. Miss An
nette X. Moen, Fountain, Minn., says:
"Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has hdd a
wonderful effect in curing my brother's
children of a severe and dangerous
cold. It was truly astonishing ho
speedily they found relief after ikl
The woman who can play the least
is always tbe one most ready to oblige.
General tod Nervous Debility.
Weakness of Body and
Mifcrt, Kfficts of Errorr,
or Exccaees In Old or
Young. Kobust, Noblo
Manhood f'lily Ucstor''.
How n Knlarirtf srrl
Ktrenglhen Weak, L'r.
developed Portions o
r, - . 1 . . I
QJ -Benefits in a day.
y from 60 8 tat' .od ForelifD
Countriea. Send for Desert pti e Book, ex.
plaoatloa and proofs, mailed (as tledj free.
Uou and p
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buf? a!o, N. Y.
Tfie Favorite Home fmtti
For ail diseases caused by derangement
of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach. "
Keep it always in the house and you
win save time and Doctor's Bills, and
nave at hand an active, harmless and per
fectly safe purgative, alterative and tonic
If you feel dull, debilitated, have freauenl
headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appe
tite and tongue coated, you are suffering
irom torpid liver or Dlllousness, and SIM
MONS LIVER REGULATOR will cure you.
If you have eaten anythinz hard to
digest, or feel heavy after meals or sleep
less at night, a dose of SIMMONS LIVER
REGULATOR will relieve you and brin
. If at any time you feel your svstem
needs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER
Caveats, and TradcMartta nhtainrdand all I'at
snt busineiecondticted (r MoocaaTt Ftts.
Ous orncf is osfositi u, S. PartNTOrrict
and etiinsr ilre nmriii iq tu t,nio Itua iliusc
remote frum Wuahinirtiin.
head rn,Klrl, drawing nr phntn., with d-srrip-
have Just been erected at Indlo station, auvise, it patrntuhie or n ra ol
that wui be rentM to applicants at roe- V! "... ..7i. -.;,(?.' i.'.;"-!.!.1
sonable rates. They are furnliiheil wlthi Srost ul siue m'the U. b. and lurcijii cwininea
modern conveniences, supplied with pur cnt Irte. A.l.lrr,,, '
artesian water and so situated as to glv if CRJAUf JP, ff
occupants all the advantages to be J Ws Ms O W W Ou J J
rived from a more or leas protracted
residence In this delightful climate.
CFrom th Ban Francisco Argonaut)
"In th heart of the great desert of the:
Colorado which th Southern Paclflo
traverses ther Is an oasis called Indlo,;
which. In our opinion. Is the sanitarium
of the earth. We believe, from personal
Investigation, that for certain Individuals,1
there Is no spot on this planet so favor-:
O. T. Stewart, M D writes: "The'
purity of the air, and the sternal sun-.
shine, fill one with wondir and delight.,
. . Nature has accomplished o
much that there remains but little fori
man to do. As to its possibilities as a,
health retort here Is the most perfect!
sunshine, with a temperature always
pleasant, a perfectly dry soli, for rain is
tn unknown factor; purs oxygen, dense
atmosphere and pure water. What more
can be desired? It Is ths place, above
all others, for lung troubles, and a para
dise for rheumatics. Considering the
number of sufferers who havs been
cured, I have no hesitancy In recom
mending this ganlal oasis as the haven
of the afflicted."
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301 Ureadoay, New Vera.
Is 612 miles from
and 130 miles from
Beaver Hill n
For Family or
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 PLY 40's.
12, 13, 14, 15, 18, PLY 50's.
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482 BOND STREET
si-. H. ZeUin Co, Philadelphia- I
Fare from Los Angeles f 3.00