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NIK DAILY ASTOIUAN, VliUS MUK.NINU, MAKCH -fl, 1897.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. t.
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Business communications of all kinds
and remittances must be addressed to
The Astorlan guarantees to Its ub
crlbcrs the lar(f-et 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
ant weekly In the state of Oregon, has.
next to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
John F. Handle? Co. mb- our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astorlan
can be had every morning at their
land. IT Third street
Til "AMnritl" hereby orJer to doaate
OX Hl'MDKED DOLLARS to St. Mary
dMpltal, payable oa deeaaad to Father
Ittolaaaa. vkmtfr legal evidence Is pre
pared sawlag that aay afteraeea ewe
paswr pahllaked la Aet-rlm has prlated
arHMa, th laet alaatj days xplriag be
fore this offer a slagla speelal" or
tfcer klad ef "telegraph! pre report,"
weelved Tir the wires MMrlng .Ither
f the telegraph o Aloes la Astoria, fro
ay potot !! of Oregoa-
Astoria, Or., October IS. .
The free trade wing of the democ
racy is reviving the old He, In which
tt charged that the law did not pro
duce sufficient revenue. This revival
ts, occasioned by lih fact that Presi
dent McKInley In his message called
attention to the deficiencies under the
low tariff law and) recommended a pro-
tecuve tariff, and by the other fact
that the new tariff bill is based uposijtne pilters speedily. This popular
the McKinley act. Thise who are medicine also remedies, rheumatic.
charging that the McKinley law failed
,,,m..ion. ru. h,'
that they are either ignorant of me
facta or else that they suppose others
to be so. The earnings of the McKln
iey law from the date of its enactment.
October L 1890, to the meeting of the
free trade congress in August, IRd,
which was railed tnrot-her- tr. twrin the !
work of its destruction, were 113,575.
4S in excess of the expenditures of the
government during that time. Any
deficiency which followed during the
remaining few months of its existence
was due to the business depression
and stoppage of Importations caused
oy me prospective cnange in tne iarm
law which that congress had promised
The contrast betwen the methods of
the republicans and the democrats is
clearly ehown in the length of time
occpied by the two parties in getting
their proposed tariff bills before con
gress. President Cleveland was inaugu
rated March 4, 1S93. The country
was then In a state of agitation and
business collapse consequent upon the
prosepectlve change In tariff. Yet the
new tariff bill, whose advent every
bsinesB Interest was waiting, was not
reported from the ways and means
committee until December 19, 1893, nine
months and fifteen days from the date
t Preetdent Cleveland's inauguration.
Contrast this with the course of the
republicans. President McKinley was
Inaugurated March 4, 1S9T. announced
th his Inaugural address that a special
session oi congress wouiu r neia on
amrcn 10, me . on te j
lowing day, and that congress, before j
It had been In session three hours, had i
before it a well digested tariff bill I
ready for its consideration. Thus the
republicans. In nine working days of
McKinley administration, had accom
plished what the Cleveland admlnls-
tratlon and congress were nine month
In doing, and had provided a bill which
will produce revenue instead of the
deficit which the free trade bill pro
duced. Mr. Hryan, the great leader of the
democratic party, has occasional fan
cies that he Is a humorist. His latent
says the Standard-L'nlon, Is. to put
on a powerfully severe expression and
say: "The general has not come yet,
ha he?" "What general V ,1s the
quick Inquiry: for the great statesman
(g a serious person, of course, and he
gently murmurs, "General Prosperity."
There are people so debased as to
consider this smart. There are even
persons who think Mr. Bryan is saying
smart things all the time, and Is liable
to. be a wonder las he grows nip. We
remember another great man who
crushed his friends by saying, "Good
day for the race." WTiat race? was
apt to be asked, and the prompt re
pose was "The human race." Mr.
Bryan shows signs of dullness that
we deplore. There was one thing im
portant In the mere announcement of
the election of McKinley to be pres
ident. It prevented the most searching
panic ver seen In a civilized country,
for no enlightened nation has yet done
so deflating a thing as the election
of Hryan would have been. Of course,
he and the believers In him would
have charged the loss to the goldbugs,
and the revenge of bankers, and, of
course, ths who believed In the out
cry could not have refrained from
the use of extreme language In de.
. V. nt.iniiidil (.llUitd Ktlll th.. I
noum'tHg wr j... v ........ - " .-
money centers, fcnd much space would
have been occupied with the criminal
ity of capital. Mr. Hryan and the rest
could not comprehend that they wcrs
profiling desolation, and doing It In i
cast of sincerity with an opacity
...f..w. ......in.,., i,
jor McKinley as a caii.tuiate tor pr s- ,
Ident never pretended that prosperity !
would come to stay without the en-
actmcnt of Us putting into applica- j
, , .. ,
tum certain P.u...ee. ... ...
ral a.Hre and first message to con-
givss leave no doubt whatever as to j
those principles. And still we do not
. k .. , ..,.-. .i,
McKinley rvcvmmeiiuauon.- jum xo-
prove that they will not restore gen-
era! prosperity. That Is the "general '
. rra.id of. Such Is their an-
. . . .
lipatny to iru w,
TOSSED ON THE FOAMING t
Tou may never have been, but if you
cross the Atlantic, no matter how
smooth the watery expanse, wth-out
sea sickness you are well, a lucky
voyager, that Is all. Old tars who
have spent their lives on the oceun
waves, who were almost born, ao to
speak, with their "se legs on." suff
er now and then from aea, sickness
In very tempestous weather. Sea cap
tains, tourists, commercial travelers
and yachtsmen say that there Is no
Aner safeguard against nausea than
Hoetetter's Stomach Bitters, and It
has been equally reliable as a pre
ventive by Invalids wno traveled by
steamboat and railroad, and who
sometimes suffer as much In those con
veyances as ocean travelers' do In
steamships. EU'.ousne:, constipation,
sick headache and disorders of the
I stomach caused by oppressive climatic
I infliLinivt or unwholfaome or unuftu.
..,r av. .
W.dney and nervous disorders, and the
Persona who are subject to attacks
of bilious colic will be pleased to know
that prompt relief may be had by tak
ing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Dlarhoea Remedy, and If taken as soon
as the first Indication of the disease
appears, it will prevent the attack. For
sale by Estee-Conn Drug Co.
Wildcats are extremely variable In
size, some kinds being no more than
two feet In length, and others five.
The smallest varieties of wildcats are
the size of the domestic variety.
0n)s mlnute te .jj the time necessary ;
to decide from personal experience that I
jOne Minute Cough Cure does what j
i name implies. Chaa Rogers.
Kwreant men cashiers of several !
i Minneapolis establishments have been
replaced by women, and the action hat
led to another discussion as to whether
women are more trustworthy than !
Address with 21 cents In one-cent ;
stamps, to cover cost of mailing only,
World's Dispensary Medical Associa- (
tion, Buffalo. X. T., and get a free !
:opy of the "Medical Adviser." i
R. Harry Perry Is putting the fin-
ishing touches to the fountain for the
cnogressional library at Washington, j
Neptune Is the cental figure, and about
him are arranged disporting mer- I
Self-denial is the one thing most dif-
flcult to inculcate and always hard to
practice, efcially hrn there are good
things to eat within reach. But there
is no self-d-nial nefesj-arv If vou take i
Simmons Liver Regulator. It promotes ,
digestion, prevents Dyspepsia and a
1'S-J tr a hearty meal of dell'-acles
will prevent any discomfort. It's the!
best g'xd-night toOdy.
White broadcloth Jackets with black j
chiffon fronts will be worn with ac- !
ror.jion-p!alt-d Bkirts this summer.
After having been confined to the
house for eleven days and paying out j
il't In doctor bills without benefit, Mr.
'rank Dolson of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., I
w-aa cured by one bottle or Chamber-;
Iain's Pain Balm costing 23 cents, and I
has not since been troubled with that
complaint. For sale by EHtes-Conn
And now shirt makers are taking or
ders for mannish shirt waists for the
real talor-made girl.
Minutes e.-m like nours when a life
Is at stake. Croup gives no time to
send for a doctor, delay may mean
death. One Minute CouKh Cure rives
Instant relief and unsure recovery. The
only harmless remedy that produces
Immediate results. Chaa. Rogers,
Some men act as though being loved
was their right and natural due.
Chlcora, Pa, "Herald:" Richard
Vensel 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 ail other so called cures had failed
entirely. Mr. VenseJ said It assisted
his children through a very bad siege
of measles. One Minute Cough . Curs
makes expectoration very easy and
rapid. Chas. Rogers, Druggist.
iE TO EVE
THE MKTHOt'S OF A OKRAT
TREATMENT FOU WEAKNESS
Which Cured Him ..iiw Everything
Painful disease, are bad enough, but
when a man Is alowty wasting away
; with nervous weakness, the mental
. fniwhotllnm are ten times worse than
(hti n)0(ft wvr(, lftln, There ts no let
u., .y n,e mental suffering day or nliiht.
!Slwp Is almost Impossible, and under
's"ch a strain men are scarcely rrapon
IWe for what they do. For years the
vvri((r M(, towuM on tTtmWeA
soti of 805timi weakness until It was a
o.uctlon whether lie had not better
'e dw of poison and thus end all
nig l)lllie. iut provmcniwi ih'w
() (n pf ,
inWn.tio,, f medicines that not only
completely restored the general h.al'.h.
I but enlarged his weak, emaciated parts
to natunu slse ana vigor, ana n. now
declares that any man who will lake
,0 mnJ hg nam m,
' Arvea may have the method of this won
j derful treatment free. Now whtn 1
fe I mean absolutely without cost.
because 1 want every weakened man to
h- of my 0JtpOT,,nce.
I am not a uhllanthroplst. nor do I
lHse as an enthusiast, but there are
thousands of men suffering the) mental
torture of weakened manhood who
would be cured at once 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
stamp necessary to mall the Informs
tlon, but send for It, and learn that
there are a few things on earth that a)
though they coat 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 JS8,
Kalamazoo, Mich., and the Information
will be mailed in a plain, sealed en
Bones of soldiers who were burled
at Clarksvllle. Tenn., when the female
academy at that place was used as
an hospital, during the war. were
uncovered by a recent landslide back
of the building.
It la surprising what a "wee bit of a
thing" can accomplish. Sick heaJache.
constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach
dlxilneaw, are quickly banished by De
WTtfd Little Early Risers. Small pill.
Pl- Best pill. Chat. Rogers.
I Indianapolis is the first city to decide
to completely surround Itself with a
system of parks. The first appropria
tlon is 1330,000, and the plan requires
a gradual expenditure of J5.000.000.
TO CI KI A COLD IN OMC DAT
.Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
fails to cure. 25c For sale by Chaa.
Frenchmen often put their family
name in the middle, and then their
mother's or wife's name. Thus Albert
Mayer calls himself Mayer May: May
was his wife's name.
DANGERS OF GRIP.
The greatest danger from La Grippe
Is of its resulting In pneumonia. If rea
sonable care te 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-
ventlve of that dread disease. It will
effect a permanent cure in less time
than any other treatment. The 85 and
50 cent aixe for sale by Estes-Conn
The authorities of the Dominion of
Canada have presented the Hawaiian
government with iO.000 young salmon
to be plated In the rivers of the Ha-
FROM CRIPPLE CREEK.
After the big fire In Cripple Creek, I
itook a very severe cold and tried many
j remedies without help, the cold only
becoming more settled. After ulng
three small bottles of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, both the cough and
cold left me, and In this higTi altitude
,lt takes a meritorious cough remedy
to do any good. G. B. Henderson, ed
Iltor Dally Advertiser.
For sale by Es-
tes-Conn Drug Co.
Hamburg leads the cities of Ger
many In the extent of Its electric car
service. It has 340 "motors, while Ber-
"" which comes next, has only 114.
One firm in Macon, Georgia, sold 2,000
mules last year, and it Is estimated
j that the total sales for the year In
! the city came up to 5,000 head.
i The hair of the head, to 'be an orna-
;m?nt to the wearer, should revive
'painstaking care, and if Its color is
'faded Hall's Hair Renewer should be
The chatelaine with all Its dangling
golden ornaments is once more in pop
ular feminine favor.
Four oat of five who
s of for nervoasnrn,
mental worry attacks
of " the bines," ara but
paying tlio penalty of
early excesses. Vic
tims, reclaim your
manhood, regain your
rigor. Don't desir. Rend fur book with
explanation and proofs. Mailed (sealed) free.
ER'E MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
OUTWARD HOUND OREGON CHAIN
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& good reasons why you
f should use I
It rains on an (average of JOS days
in the year In Ireland, about ISO In
England, at Kosan about 90 days and
in Siberia only 60 days.
Torturing, letting, scaly skin erup
tions, burns and scalds ax soothed
at once and promptly healed by De
Witt's Witch Hasei Halve, the beat
known cure for piles. Chaa Rogers.
One of the lattwt designs In Incan
descent lamps la formed by U-lng
the wire between two sheets of glass
set In a flat frame.
SKates that are Im ked on the foot
by pre-islng the hrl of the shoe Into
the heel-plate of the skaie have just
The Oregon and Washington board
are doing good work and should be lib.
erally supported and encouraged. As
a result of this wont many eastern
people are turning their attention to
the Pacific Northwest. If the. reader
has any friends In the East who are
likely to come here this year, send
their names and addresses to the un
derslgned and I will see that they get
a supply of the best literature and In
formation as to this country.
GEO. S. BATTY,
General Agent Wisconsin Central
Lines, Portland, Or.
Two prea hern will be pitted aKaln.it
each other In th- legislative S-at-e In
Pike county, Kentui ky, next fall.
They are so small that the most sen
sltlve persons take them, they are so
effective that the moMt obstinate cases
of constipation, heodahce and torpid
liver yield to thr?m. That Is why De
Witt's Little Early Risers are known
as the famous little pills. Chas. Rog
When you are blue you rejoice In the
opportunity a funeral procession gives
you for making gruoome iihltoiiplitl
remarks about life In general and your
own in particular.
The chronic grumbler still lives, but
there are less iwsph of chronic Indiges
tion and nyspcpHla than formerly. The
fart Is, so many people In the past have
taken Simmons Liver Regulator that
they are now cured of these ills. And
a great multitude are now taking Sim
mons Uver Regulator for the name
troubles and they'll soon be cured
"It Is the best medirrlne." Mrs. E
Ralne, Baltimore, Md.
The first treasurer of Rush oounty,
Kansax, Is said to have received $1,600
for taking care of $500.
TRULY ASTONISHING. Miss An
nette N. Moen, Fountain, Minn., says:
"AyeKs Cherry Pectoral has had a
wonderful efTr-ct In curing my brother's
children of a severe and dangerous
cold. It was truly astonishing how
speedily they found relief after Ukl g
The Guildhall library In London has
refused to acecpt a bust of the late
Joseph Whltaker, whime "Almanac"
Is thought by some to be one of th
most useful books ever printed.
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CHAS BOOK KM, ii
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounced bv Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for sufferers from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
Tha obltctlons urged acalnat Indlo In
the past by the large bumbers who
otherwise would have been glad to taka
advantage of Its beneHclal cllmato, ha.
been a lack of suitable accommodation j
The Southern Taclflc Company taka
pleasure In announcing that several
have just been erected at Indlo alallon,'
that will ba rentd to aopllcanis at r'-a-,
sonable rates. They ara furnished with
modem convenienses, supplied with pui
artesian water and so situated as to glv,
occupants all the advantages to im !
rived from a more or leaa protract' .1
residence la this delightful climate.
(From th San Francisco Argonaut.) '
"In the heart of th great deaert of the
Coloradowhich the Houthem l'ucllla
traverses thero Is an oasis called Indlo,;
which, In our opinion. Is the unltnrlum
of the earth. We believe, from personal ,
Investigation, that for certain Individuals,!
there Is no spot on this planet so favor
able." O. T. Btewart, M D writes: "Tha
purity of the air, and the eternal sun-!
shine, fill one with wondT and delight
. . . Nature hss accomplished ao
much that there remains but little for.
man to do. As to Its po.nlhllltlea as a I
health retort here Is the most perfect I
sunshine, with a temperature always!
pleasant, a perfectly dry soli, for rain la
in unknown factor; pur oiygen, denss!
atmosphere and pure water. What mors I
can be desired? It Is the place, abort j
all others, for lung troubles, and a para
dise for rheumatics. Considering thai
number of sufferers who have tmenl
cured, I have no hesitancy In reoom-l
mending this gnlal oasis a ths har
or the atnictea."
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and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Angeles oc
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nhiM, anniiurti at
tltui, irritation or ttlr
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J(."rt,and Traile-Marka obtained and all I'at-
joosOrnecisOPeosiTc O, . I
4i..l .iuiik- ura palml in Umt I
jrcm.ile lri.nl Wmrui.K'"t,
1 Stnd m.Klrl, drawinit or pnntn
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i luue liiaa tiic J
J Stud m.Klrl, diamine or phntn., with Hr-rlp-
ii'.n. Hi auvl, II miriiu.u. -
tUre'. Our Ira not rlua nil io-ni il. tn .irr.l. J
i a siaiaHLtT " ll" lo Obtain I'.irni., w.tbj
ira.1 "iiie in'lha U. S. nd Mci.n tuui.l.ic.J
Jnl Irte. Addf-,
n.m e.-riHT orriei. waaMinoToi.. a. m.
i TRAOI MARKS,
''li'' COPVMIOHTa As.
A nwn aencllng a rtetrh and aeacrl ptlnn mar
qiildflrawiertalii, free, wlialtier an Invention la
lirohahlr pala.ilal.la. t'oaiuiuiileallona alrletlf
v,un.liill.l. Ol.leat aaeiui. f.wnHiiriiia paimiui
la Anierira. Wa ha. a a Wa.lilniin.ii um.
I'auinia taken thruusb Muuu Co. rooalr
Slxwiai uutloe In ths
beaotlfullr llliiMrated, l.nn.t clmil.tlon of
l iu.ll run
anr anirinlsa journal, areekiir, tenii.H.im a reari
Uooa OS I'aTKMTs taut frao, AdUraas
3S1 llraadway. Hew Ysrk.
Fnr Psmllv or
rurv. IxtJId fMi:-tt.
Sun Mucuuali-hiHiiiimaH. Nrti iir.,
'ininlw 4iopir 'oor Ht.t, l'lrrr on
ItViJii u ah HMWDilirf tif.4MU lOlstiQ
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ELMORE. SANBORN & CO
TH ANNI'OUTATIt'N I INKS.
II' VOU AIl'-
XI NOT I'OMOItT
Three Important Points
I'-IUHT- tlo via Hi- HI. bcausa
lit,, lines lit Hint point will affortl you
llit Vol')' Intit sei'vlt'iv
HKttM H' Hl'tt th" i'"ll' beyond
St, I'nlil rrnul Mil the IhohiisIh Cnn.
tint li.x-ii. llmt line imtkea rime ttin.
n.,.oim with all Iho tmim Hintlilental
lima oiiloillig III.' I'nloii 1'i'l'Kl thnrs,
ml Km arrvl.ft la tri .'li"" t vtry
Tllllll Kor Infoi iiiulloii. tall on
your iiMglilnir mid fri I Hie tiistriHit
lloknt agent -and ak for a lli kel rad.
lug via tlio Weat'oiuilii iVnlnil litis,
JAM t I'UNO.
ileiioinl 1'iit.wimrr AiU'ttt,
or tii:i h lurrv.
Ooneral A Hell t.
aiv8 ciioicb or
Via Spokane and St. Paul
Via Ogden, Denver and
Omaha of St. Paal
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Astoria to San Fran&lsd
t'oliiinl.in. Monday, Mar. li .
Stale f t'nl . Maiurday, April 1
Colutiilila. Tliunnloy, April i
Stale of t'ul., Tue.lov, April U
c'i''unit.la. rt.iruUy, April 1
Htatn tt t'nl , FTlday, April :1
t'oliiinlila. Wp.lnra.Iay, April :
Kor rataa and nrmt tnrormaMon sail
mi or a.l.Irvsa
O. W. l.OI'NmiKltHT.
W II IHMtMlt'llT.
(Ian. I'a Act., Portland. Or.
rrealdsnt and Maaagsr.
Thl5 Railway Company
0eratr Its trains on the famous block
t.lghis Its trains by lm-tr1rlty through
out; l'a th celnbratl fletrti' berth read
Huna aplendl.Ily nulil passenger
trains .very day and night between
Hi. Paul and Chligo; Iho
Chicago, nilwaukec &
A li otierat'-a (m hi te.1 v.-illiulnd
trains, rarrytng ths lr-wt private
compnrtnvnl cars, lllwTtry buffet
smoking cra, and aU.e drawing
Parlor itm. free rti'llnlng t-halr irs
and tha very beat dining car a.-rvld..
Fr Itiwrett nttes to any iHnt In th
I 'lilted Htavttw or Canada, apply to
tlckr-t agent, or addrrwa
C. J KDDT.
(rtitral Agent, Portland, Or.
J. W. CAHKY, Trav. Pasa. Agont
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
a A LLs
...Open for Special Charter...
Sailing dates to and Iron Tillamook
snd Nchalam depend upon
Por Freight and Passenger
kstes Apply T.
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
O. R. A N. CO., Agents, Portland
Thf. tiny Csptulet arc juperfoi
to Balsam or topaiua,
CURE IN 4 HOURS V
1h tama diseases vlthoufl
Solii if all Jrntth. I