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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER U, IM7.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Tel'-phont No. 91
TKKMs OF ftl'RHCKirriOJi.
Bnt by malt, pir yar W W
Bent by mall. pr month 10
Served by carrier, per montt )
Bnt by mail, x-r year In dvaoo...W.(W
Postage fre to subscrlVwrs.
All communication Intended for publi
cation should be directed to the idlior.
Business communications of all kind
and remittance muat b addressed to
"The Astorlan. "
Tha Astorlan ruarantoea to Is sue
scribers the lurirest circulation of any
newspaper published oo th Columbia
river. : i i
Advertising rates can bo had on appU.
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, the second eJd
est weekly In the ataU of Oregon, has.
aext to the Portland Oreclan, the
largest weekly circulation In th siate.
John F. Handley Co. ere our Portland
agents and copies of the Astorlan can
be bad every morning at their s:.d,
124 Third street
The confirmatory dispatch, published
today, from San Francisco, Is only i
other link in the chain of evidence dally
being forged, attesting that the a
R. X. Co., under Its present manage.
metrt Is first and all the tlma for Oregon.
The Astorlan, months ago, announced
as one of the first official acts of Presl
dent Mohler the closing of a contract
wtth Dodwell, Carllsl ft Co., the North
ern Paciflo Asiatic Sttaunship line agents,
for a line of steamers of that company
bet ww n the Columbia river and the
Orient, and stated that the first steamer
would arrive in Astoria about November
1. It la pleasant, however, to know that
San Francisco Is awakening to the fact
that Astoria is a seaport and that the
Columbia river and Oregon are going to
do a largely Increasing busaess with the
transcontinental railroads in Oriental
After years spent by WlUftun Jennings
Bryan's state to an attempt to throw
tne railroads oC that great (common.
weaKh into a state of bankruptcy, vainly
endeavoring to ape the examples set by
Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Texas, by
a wholesale reduction In the freight
rates within the state, regardless of the
rights and necessities of the railroads
which made possible the building of a
state of Nebraska out of the bowling
wilderness It was when the first luO
miles of the Union Pacific were con
irdjcqpl westward front Omaha, the
supreme court of the United States, by
its latest decision, has wry decidedly
and patriotically put a stopper upon
such high-handed actions by a people
who know as much about operating
railroad as they are ungrateful to the
powers that gave them existence. The
supreme court declares that the maxi'
mum rates established by the Nebraska
legislature are illegal and too low to
allowl the hauling of trelh: by the
roads on a living basis
According to Comptroller Eckels, who
baa been making a tour through Mon
tana. Utah, Colorado and Nebraska, the
tide of prosperity arising from the defeat
of the free coinage proposition has
reached these states. Silver has contln
ved to decline and many silver mines
are closed, but gold and lead mining
arre profitable, the farmers are prosperous
and the people of these states are find
ing out that tbey have other resources
besides silver. It is especially worthy of
note that a single district in Colorado,
the state in which the free coinage de
onion may be said to have had its birth
and greatest development. Is providing
more gold than the frozen placers of
the Kolndike, the monthly output reach
ing a million of dollars. As there is no
question about the superior purchasing
power of gold the diversion of capital
and labor from the production of cheap
silver to that of gold and profitable ag.
riculture has benefited the silver states
quite as much hi proportion as other
sections, and this wave of prosperity
has come to this section against the
Will of its people. All of which goes
to show that the wisdom of all the
people exceeds the wisdom of those of a
single section, and that those of the
defeated section are capable of enjoying
the prosperity they Viid their best to
THE CONTEST IN NEW YORK.
A pile of tangled, wlggHng eels would
be a straight outfit compared to the
political conditions which prevail in the
contest for mayor of Greater New York.
Not only are the poltical leaders of both
parties awfully tangled up and In des
iperatte fadtionaH antagonism, but the
leading Journals of the city are In a
state of 'UevrUdenment aisid confusion,
and the outcome of the struggle is what
oo fellow ever can find out until returns
Tammany started out to straddle the
silver Issue and thus unite the democ
racy on Judge Van Wyck, who was
nominated as its candidate for mayor,
but In t desperation over the tremend.
ous swath which Henry George seems
to be cutting In the ranks of the Bour
bon element, preparations are now being
marie to drop him In fsvur of some un
known eandklnt to be yet selected.
George has been takvn tip by two dis
senting democratic organisations, and
Is In the field asaremlvely howling for
free silver to Ms utmost capacity, and
demanding that the 'party' shall stand
tip for Bryan and all tSat lranlm
means. Looking at surface conditions
today, it seema nearly or quite an vwii
thing between the Tammany candidate
and Ownre, so that the ta-mocrutlo vote
appears ro ! cut in two as nearly as
possible in the middle.
The republicans are eoually demorat
lied, tha regulars supporting x-Seoretary
Tracy and the Independents supporting
Seth iow. Imoy 1m (he same
advantage on the republican sl.lv
that Tammany has on the democratic
side of the regunr nnvl compact organ,
ixatlon, but Svth Low has a very large
proportion of the Iwt republican ele
ments with him. with thousands of sound
money and hmt reform democrat.,
and 1t would be difficult to make a
reasonable guess today as to whether
Tracy or Low will receive the largest
vote. While the confusion is so gres
that anything like a reasonable estimate
Is Impossible, the Indications now are
that the contest may In the end
between Tracy and George.
The leading journals of New Tork are
quite as much torn away from the
old moorings as are the leaders on both
rtdVe. The Sun Is fighting Tammany
ueorge ami low with its accustomed
vigor and ability and is making an ear
nest beetle for the straight recubllca
candidate. The Times is out-and-out
for Low, kicking Tammany and George
both to one side and standing squarely
up for a non-partisan mayor In the city
The world is kicking all around the
board, hammering Van Wyck, Tracy and
George with occasional fits in favor of
Low. The Herald Is sloshing all around
th political circle, but the trend of It
leanings is toward Low. The Journal
Is as nasty as usual in Its aggressive
ness against Tracy but basn't yet de.
elded whether It shall fall in with the
Alan Wyck or George cMumr. Th
Tribune, the old tta.'d-bye repuM'can or
gan of the city, Is against the straight
reputlicaii tkket and doing its level
best for Low.
With such confusion of organs and
leaders It is impossible to form any esti
mate of the outcome of the great fight.
and while today the fight appears
be between Tracy and George where It
really ought to be the whole situation
may change inside a week, and it
tne blindest of guesses as to who wll
lead on the homestretch.
A BLESSING TO THE BABIES OF THE
POOR - AN ENTERPRISE THAT
SHOULD BE FOSTERED.
The prospect is very encouraging that
the distribution of pasteurised milk, de
void of all microbic germs, among the
children of the poor at a nominal orlce.
will Iwm t .v.. i
of the United States. Whiie this benev
olence will be a blessing to the babies,
our adult population enjoy an equally
great one !n the benefit conferred by
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters upon per
sons afflicted with kidney and bladder
complaint Danger from Blight's disease
and diabetes Is surely averted by this
admirable preventive, which is also
safeguard against malarial fever and
rheumatism, and a thorough remedy for
dyspepsia, constipation, liver complaint
and nervousness. Diseases, Insignificant
at the outset enlarge their proportions
and capacity for destruction through neg.
Ject. Another point of Importance in
usnig this sterling remedy Is, that it
should be taken with regularity and per
Some boas made of ribbon are vying
with the fur conceits for preference.
J. C. Berry, one of the best known cit
izens of Spencer, Mo., testifies that he
cured himself of the worst kind of piles
by using a few boxes of DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. He had been troubled with
piles for over thirty years and had used
many different kir.ds of so-called cures;
the work and he will verify this state.
but DeV.'itt's was the only one that did
ment If ary ore v.lhes to write to him
Green seems t hf .he favorite tint
in upholstery this season.
Do you come to the close of
Does this continue day after $
J. -...:t.f t- .ii &
Perhaps you are even too ex-
I haustea to sleep. Then some
Z thin? is wron?. All these
; things indicate that you are
suffering; from nervous ex-
haustion. Your turret need
; feeding; and your blood en-
I Scott's Emulsion
of Cod-liver Oil, with Hypo- X
contains just the remedies to
meet these wants. The cod-
liver oil gives the needed
strength, enriches the blood,
feeds the nerves, and the hy- w
pophosphites give them tone $
and vigor. Be sure you get f
1 SCOTT'S Emukion.
AO druggists ; 50c. and f 1.00.
SCOTT ft BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
"IUin(tben suMeet. for year, to
constipation, without lelnt aide to
find much relist. I at last tried AVer's
I'lIM, mid testily Hist I have ilenvrd
f reat benefit tut" A llirlr ue. For out
wo treat past I have taken one of
these' pill every nicin."-;, V. How
MAN, M Kaat Maui SI., Carlisle, 1'a.
era r. 12
KOU A OtH'N'TY KOAIV
Olatn. tVtoK-r S.-lK.I.;r of Asto-j
rlan.l-l was out a little while today e i'-
culatlng o peillloti fr a lu i.le ou r
Young's Hay, cof.i!c!lHg Hie o!iy with
tho West Sl.le. The petition, as 1 had
It. left it entirety to th Ju.Uinonl
the county court l. siy wln-ro
hrtl ps should be.
Every vne sveniod anxious to slcn the
(VtilkW. 1 believe If all the :ers
could be reached, that iiliio.lemhs of
the county would sign for the brl.tise.
The remarks by the .signers express a
strong desire for the bridge and roads
In general. One said. "A farm with,
out a rvud Is like a store without a
street" Another sold: "If the brt.ttte
had been built twenty years ago this
county wouM be the rivhest in the state
now." One man came down out of the
fop of an apple tree, went Into his
house and came out with his glasses on
M as to see to sign It. In fact the only
trouble to get signers Is ro sign sote
voters. Tlowwer. It Is quite a task to
circulate the pecitlon all over the conn,
ty, and find the voters to alcn It. I
guess the Job will be done though, and
I am sure that nothing would please
the county In general better than to
see the city connected with the W.st
In Astoria a merhennt said. "Yes; I'll
sign that In capital letters." Another
said. "Certainly I'll sign: that will in.
crease the value of my tittle property
five hundred (Mars." And so It went
everywhere. D. F. STAFFORD.
How much business can a man
whose system Is in a state of disorder!
Headache Is only a symptom. It Is not
,, , , . ,
a disease. The pain In the head Is the
n" or ","'n- in-re nas neen mi - -
takes In diet and other abuses. luroiaartiMilre. Hr h lf i .li'UI ... II
Pr. Pierce', Pleasant Pellets ar- a tn.'t iVjJ"Tt 5i
tie. effective renovator and Invliroratorj ,ium, 1
of stomach, llvvr and bowels. Thev as-' Pnivlnie, Brsh ..ltl ..IiOaI .. ja
slst nature without threatening to tear j M- Br l" .1.sH...iOai . -
the bo.ly ptece-meal. There are no Krip. j . r an a k a.
1 irtDeltialltv, Br bk. -...I 'si HM. .. !J
mg pans, no nausea. One Is a laxative. ; i.i.oeiia. Nor bk... 111:.. A. Al .. -
A book of li p.xees. profusely Ulus.
truted. written by Ir. R. V. Pierce,
called "The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser." will be sent free for
stamps to cover cost of
mailing only. World's Dispensary M - l -
Buffalo. N. T.
No. 63 Main street.
Town houses are beginning to show '
signs of fife.
n. ew waus aet me eoitor was taken
with a very severe cold that caused him
to be in a most miserable condition. It
was undoubtedly a bad case of la rHnm
and recognising It as dangerous he (00k
mmedlate steps to bring about a speedy
cure. From the advertisement of Cham-
oenam s i-ougn Kemeay and the many
good recommendations Included therein,
we concluded to make a first trial of the
medicine. To say It was satisfactory
In its results Is outtlnsr It vrr miMi i
indeed. It acted like manic and the re- 1
suit was a speedy and permanent our. I
We have no heslta-cy in recommending
this excellent Cough Remedy to anyone
afflicted with a cough or cold In any
form.-Tbe Banner of Liberty. Liberty
town, Maryland. The 25 and 50 cent sites
for sale by the Eates-Cbnn Drug Cot
The Tnifluvry keynote is spparvntly
to crowd as much trimming as possible
on one Hat.
The rich man's whiskey Is HARPER
because It Is si-premely delicious. The
poor man's whiskey Is HARPER, because
such gt.od whlsl:. h.;;,s him. The faT.
ily whiskey is HARPER, because if Is
pure, pleasant and strengthening. For
sale by Foard & Stokes Co., Astoria, Oro.
Hats seem to be the particular subject
of conversation among the women of the
u -vr y j. ..,J. s,
The light and airy type of novel , no;
longer popular. The girl of today goes
in for heavy reading.
Tht-re Is no neeri of Il:tl chlMrcn li-
in tormented by BcaM hewl, eczema,
and skin eruptions. DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve Rives Instant relief anl
cures permanently. Charles Rogers.
The easiest way to Ket along in thin
World is to accept the present as It Is,
and not to worry over th future.
Warning. Persons who suffer from
coughs and colds should heed the warn
ings ot danger and save themselves suf
fering and fatal results by using One
Minute Cough Cure. It Is an Infallible
remedy for coughs, colds, croup and all
throat and lung troubes. Chas. Rogers.
A heavy gold chain with opals set In
the links la the joy of the theatre-going
woman, who wears It to hold her dainty
Tou can't afford to risk your life by
allowing a cold to develop Into pneumonia
or consumption. Instant relief and a
certain curs are afforded by One Minute
Cough Cure. Charles Rogers.
To nna out just wno your menus are
needs only a short spell of sickness or
for Infants and Children
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Th Vidette will put to sea tislay.
The tug Relltf ciim In from s.a l.it
The Strathgryfe arrived down s: renin
The Rene Rk-kmers arrived
The Thomasslna Mcllliin sailed for
Two ships are reported outside and will
probably be towed in today.
The O. R. & N. steam'-r Oregon from
San Francisco, arrived Inst evening, wtth
a good freight list.
The steamer Alliance, CnpUIn Hard-
I wick, arrived down yestenlay and snlled
for San Francisco wl'h a cargo of i:n.0
fc-t of luml-r.
j y0u can t cure consumption but you
can avoid It and cura every other form
of throat or lung trouble by tho use of
Ona Minute Cough Cure. Charles Rogers
Airnln we r-piit, do not talk of p rival,
business over the 'phone. There may b
others on the wire who hir every word
you nro saying.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure; 25c. Tor sale by Charles Rogers
To visit a person ownlnjr a olleil
oog is almost as mucn martyrnom as
to be guest In a ttous where the first
baby is the sole topic of lrn(erest.
Premature silvery locks can be restored
to the natural color, as In youth, and the
head kept clear of dandruff, by Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer.
It Isn't such a hard thing to get up
a very lovely monogram fan when it Is
discovered that the monograms can be
bought In sheets at the leading stationers
THE OLD STORY
OF LOVE AND LIFE,
AS Tor.fi l.f THE NEW BOOK,
Thousands of hnpy men pronnnnr-e this
work the ireana..; i .u-;r pnvsiuil kalvanoti.
It ifives the lat-...-: scientific facts comert.ir.x
it ri- v ribt-s the only knn-.vn method of at
ta n.ii tullct.t ri.-n-al 1. m,!.- vii-.,r.
I- K,ln s ok! . 'Ii..:'.cr.t for al! ex
cev.ciana si ' i-iar-.., 1..
It -bowi h...v -,, ,..lre net -(.usness, ho w
AM Ho..' TO A'lTAi:; II " sent f.'.e, ,n
pli.m wranp' r, nrdv, ttheddr'-s
of any sincere it'.'f er, lv tho Krie Medical
Company, St.. ii;n ulo, N. y.
slmilniinj the Foot! rttulHrtf uUi
ttu itic Siomfiths anil lknsvLs vf
Promotes IMtlostion.nafrrut -nc5s
ami Ilcst .Contains ncltlkT
OinaiT.lorpUino nor Mineral.
Not Nahc otic.
rf lalit Us
Anorftf t Remedy forConsliM
lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrlawa.
Worms .Convulsions. tosvrisn
ucss and Loss or Sleek
tac Simile Sis""!"" r
txACT copy or wrapper.
Also for Medicinal . .
and Cooking Purposes
CARLSON'S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE,
103 Twelfth Htroct
GROCERS and BUTCHERS
W. F. SCHEIBE,
A lull line of Pic
474 Commercial HI.
J. A. KASTABEND.
HOUSE, HKIDGK AND WlIAHr HU1LDRH
A complete stock of lumbet on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold
lnga and shingles. Terms reasonablt
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to, Offles and yard
at mill. H F I LOQAN,
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor.
Astoria Iron Works
Front Street, foot of Fourth, Astoria.
AND BOILER MAKERS
Land and Matins Engines, Boiler Work,
Steamboat and Cannery Work a sp
olalty. Castings of all descriptions
mads to order on short notlos.
John Fox.. President and Superintendent
A. L. Fo Vloe President
O. B. Pral Secretary
Astoria Savings Bank Treasurer
tlnnof famous aVrftnch tihynlfliin. will nulrkl
Dmo( fllnrharf ,
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BrvriM. bsjd SI I tn kldnorasnd tlisnrlnarrnnranaof alilmuuriuaa.
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ralalltla. I'lri'IliK.VK la tlinoiiiy Snown rmnf tnirwlihoulanor.mu.jn. Sxitmnlmnnt.
sla, A wrlimn Knnrantcojrtvrn snl ir'iny n-mrni ir an rum tin nut saoct a pruiui.ure
(UiO a Ihii, all l-ii I ..), Iir mail. Mnd for raasclrcular and tvailuionlsls,
Adilrens 1A VO V MKOICX UK P. O. Box VM, Baa Fraiwlaoo, Csl hr Matt 6
CHAS ROGERS, tl Conioirulal Blreet
IS ON THE
i OutorU It pot p Is tns-ili buttls calr. It
ll But sold la tali, Pon't silo tnyons to Mil
rot TUIng sli os to pis or promiss tual 1
nit i rxl"Bd "mil sn.r strsry pr-
poso." ss-Hes mat Jo ( U-IH-I J,
f ' ' ?.
rius Mualc. tiaiiios of .ill Kln.la. Tt
Good Order and Everybody's Right!
AND SALT MEATS
Oat nlr in
MOVING TOOLS HKNTKI)
Iron and Steel
Groceries and Provisions
Hour and Mill Peed
Taints, Oils and Varnishes
Doors and Windows
Wagons and Vehicles.
Thifl rrMt Vpaataiila
Ill oulcsly cur yim of all nrr-
ous) Of diHMof ttin npnTUv orpini, nm-b mi fxmt MwihKt
Innrimrilft. rlnlntbe llntM,Hemtimk Kmliwlfifm, Hvrv.,m hhitHy,
I'lniplrm, VntiU U Mmrry, KiliatMUii JhInm, VnrWln mh
Bisiin en nmnrn iit iirt fir rilK. frfviritl qirk.
wlilb If notrhwktvl UHprmi(nrrhrfifl
w Hb iinrana.
la Iihuim nlnsty pet rent 1
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Itolili His world's rsoord (or
lotif-dlslsnos fast running.
A Hap of the
Tim imw wnll 111 mi Is
siioii liy tlis imiliniti n
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suit rallionj in tits Union,
nil Is vsrjr dsalrsb4
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liousttluilil ur liusiitvss
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ALL OPEN FOH BI'KCIAL CIIAItTKIl
Balling dstas to and fr-in Tlllamuok
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For frolglit and passngr rates
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t'liilmrliiltiliiK nial lunnlrt Nulla ami tnmaara
inailK a I'trlr, 1 Bl. fifty nl"r I'lin-iu-ally
n't Ihii a(l.f.ieilii stiarsiitrot.
Chespr This 1st Other I'lace Is the City.
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Heading: or Distance Glasses
luo Kys (llnsavs fur U tt. or
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fill prwnL Ws (tiarnntM a pnrfvet fll
by mall provldlnc wlwn you ordor the
glasses you answer tha fullowln quae,
lions; How old !vr usd (UsaoaT
How Ions? Male or fitnnltf
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Astoria Public Library
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Subscription rales U er annum.
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portrait of a man brlmrnlus.
orer with pleasant tlioiiKhts.
Huch quality In the llquon
ra bate to offnr an euouKb to
plnsss any maa.
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