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T1IK I Vll.Y .VSTOl.'IAN. WTDMNPVY UOltNINU .ll'I.Y I, !t!'H.
gaily gUtoviau- JOHN T. LIOHTEll. Editor. TpI. phono No. t'i. tkkms or sppsckiptiox. DAILY. Pent by mull, per year Is.lV Bent by mail, per month Ml Delivered by carrier, per week l i WEEKLY. ; Bent by mail per year, ti in advance, postage free, to subscribers. All communications Intended for rutbll- j tuition should lie directed to the nllior. j Business communications of all k.n-.s ' and remit lance must be addrs d .0 Th Astorlan. The Astorlnn tuursmon to 1: u -crthcra the larR.st .;..-.... .. . f any newspaper publlsh-J on the iviuiul- ri-cr. j Ailvcrtlnins rates can tw hn.l on appll- , cution to the buinos mnii. si'r. The Wevkly Astorlar., the e.-onJ oMi t weekly In the state of tirvRjn. lia. u xt to the Portland Orrgor.lan. the .r. t ; weekly circulation In the state. Jno F. llnndley & Co. are our Tort land aj,"tnts. and copis of The As ori.m can be had every morning at their s;.ind. 124 Third street. The fmlu r of tho line nctr,. who chall-npiil Oorlutt to ticht a f!n;.-n cx.ntcst rommitte.1 su:ciiie at h- h i'ie ; i tjd.-i.i v..v- V..rl.- ,,-.n nfror n a.i-' ins the account In the pnp. r - Jus:! - nalilo fuicid -" can 1-c the on'y vsible enliot of the corjn. r" Jury. The fear that the Kepuhlioan :na::a - 8r i make the financial .luestlon one of secondary Importance In the cominit canuisn Is alt -sether n-j less. The r. rn,,,:' i" ' ' 'aon : the richt sti'v I stand It has ways maintain i-- - ' one it will maintain to the end of tlio; I.ri sent campaign. Protection to Amer-! loan industries and an honest dollar ate ; words that have grown to mean some- j thins to the American people, and are , already the harbinsvrs of such a vie-' jury as ine Kiriy n! ioi nurwu m these later years. The r.epubllcsns ask for no better flshtin? pround than the flnancial question, and here H will meet Its enemies fairly and squarely, cor.fi - dent that the American -e..;le wilt asain, rs in me rast. inuorse me in n - ens nitiiiu luni ui (ui.ru n. .-i. wui.. Pritection Is well repres-nted by the irreat hsder who has been named f -r the first place on the ticket, and for flphting ground the party is perfectly willing to take that or the great ques tion of finance. On either It Is equally prepared and willlns; to fight. The English newspapers 6eem to be determined to cause the election of McKinley. says the Washington Star. One of the first things they did when he was nominated was to assail his high tariff propensities, and to deciiire that his election meant trouble f r Uriiit-h commercial interests. It is now known that the McKinley tariff ideas have not entirely fallen into disrepute in this country, but on the "iitrary that th-y j are rather more jn.pularr now than when they were embodied in a rr.vasure bearing McKin' y's name. British '. pro-perky is hardly a tactful arcu-' ment to make in antagonism to MiK n ley's choice. csp-:-claI'y when the v t si are to be cast en this side of the wa ter. But the latest pic f i ampa'gn ; work in his behalf is convincing evi dence of a latent desire in some Brii fh quarters to have the Ohio man te.upy: the White House. A corr-.spond r.t of the Lonui n Chronicle hisist's that Me-1 Kinley comes from Irish stock. He de- 1 Clares as his best belbf, found, d on personal Information, ihat the irnm-.di-j ate origin of the JIcKinb-y family is I to be found on the bord.-rs of th ' counti-s i f Antrim ani Perry. n thi Emerald Isie, and that the McKinley! mi.-'rauon was due to the Mciir.iey activity in me iair.ous ret-ei!b n t i.i-v i Perhaps this is one cf th- tb-v-r ' of work of the aatute Mar,; Han:. a, i who has developed a genius fur cam-: paiffning. It is certa;r.Iy a t-.-iling blow. ' rr i COLD STAXDAHD AND iVAOLS. There iva? . :-; si:.; -Senator Vilas In his cons-in perni.f! i;ic cv. deterves repuMi, -M :i. Prices hnve f.ijKn f and for others they hi one thins i'i !'-.-3pe: t to has not fallen, the ur: has gone? up Ftewlily star.dard has h.-..-n the U'is v.e rai--l. i'-hich th- p: o thit.g .ii: up- ii the p h'l'nan I-,'- I Voices. "Oooil," ar,-l irreat app.a All the statistical nnjoi;-.. s that ' ever made have d,n:ifi.trat.-i it 1 fact. In eumiress. wh-re tnis thing ha has been pressed in the .-a-t uri'u ment against the al.l-st fr silver :.: vocates, they have r-'-v-r pr. t--.o!-,l t gainsay or dispute, th- truth of th fact. Appiaus-.l And t the gold stan iard you h tacle bef ire you, that : wages, men who fe'l th' their wives, their child selves the comforts and life, that th -se men haw ins. too, :,r.de".- i - this s' i .n '.'.;.' ) . arn r lu'-'.r to t n and ih--t:i-n.-ces. ari'-s f !e- . n Hte.'i !i'y receiving more year by y ar, with th-. exception of temporary interruptions and controversies. Tby have, I say. been receiving higher wag. , while tie y have been able to buy more with the proceeds i f their wau-s h ob - s. "Good," and continued applaus 1 than ever before. The fact stated thus forcibly by tin senator from Wisconsin is an inc -nti'"-vertible one, and knocks in the h'-ad the assertions of the free silverit-s I hat gold has appreciated in vulue. A given quantity of it exchanges for more c -m-modilk-s than it did, but it exchanges for less of the labor which makes thos commodities. So the worklngman has been a gainer under the gold standard, both aa a pro ducer and a consumer. He receives more dollars than he did fifty or twen ty years ago, and each dollar buys more or him than it did then. He Is doubly blessed. Therefore, why should the working man vote to abolish the gold standaru. under wt-.uh ho has fined so we.i ' I substitute f.T it a Silver standi"!, of. the w.-1'KinkS .f Mich !'.. kn.-us ll- th-. in ii.pt thiii Im tin stiver tonmcv . til" w, rl.' nr -.Mii.t V'vh - .'"' sr. in that u' I ' ! 'iii.n ivl.s.'h has the low.-M . aP""' Many work numon voted f ur ; n...i f.-r r trade. if the .-' vis ..: which they had had 11.1 p. rs Mial xp. -', ilcnce. Th.' hn. disc oi.d ihv u j is best to hM fast th.it v h.ch i. t .. .1. 1 and not try . .vv:m o.is Their ut-lT; I should :. M.'h them ,1 n t ; vine t, mc.b'V tl. s-v -t:". !- i aid i MAUVKUH'S KKSfl.TS. From letter wrtu. n Vy dernian. Plnioi-il.it,-. Vl.-h. nutted to iv.,k.. thl etr -t beslt-iiVn in po.vri-.-i r-.tPi "I : nr. : . v,. i o Klnc's I ,-::l; f t1' .ll'.' V w - . hurch at Kin i root: in don n l l IMC O.vp, .'. .N.l.Ctllt'C WOeld Interruption, and .1 t:sl M .1 ! . .1- i s .1 ii , ll 1 n tv. i T,r:!" i i. last i .-Mr-It seemed with 1 1 1 a if she could not jrrvliv roeoninien.hsl Pr. K!i It was o.ulcK In In !;itisf:ioterv In lis r 'iem. A f- le d N. iv ni-.-oi . rv: ork. ,i:M 'ii;My ;:l:s." Trial !,i. j tar Jiie ard J! hi. It woili.l he safe t s:hm round sum that a Ii:-.--:-. !u not he o'otMitiiil f .: l.ne those a;;s. :'(! .'t it "as . e. ii. i i:i - -u. ion r trav-. 'i appropi ,au , . .ii:ko! ur.I. -s a co,l.: :er o-iuld r i:;or.. y ; so 1 :is r !; in- j !. no up: In tk'. hi.io.'usly unN cosnlns sarn-ont. 1 Hi re is a i.ai-ion 1. h- ro a t i.vf , cb.ir-o!. linth ia: V.;i; yet between ; them stands the :ni-,-ht: s! of macio .uis i xatutv. The food on y ur table. ,r..l ; y0Hr ow , liy. ,..mt.tUll,.v .0 ; , tl,tw..vn ,ht. ,w s;;,n,u .i-.- ,.,..r. j the avditer of srouth or .looiine. life or d.v.h. We cannot make a diamond; we c.in- vake fi.sh. li.H.,1 and b- r.e. No .', : y tn.aris of the Shaker PI j stive ij.al we can t na'le the st mach to I digest f.vj Mhieh would f-Ttn.-nt and poison the system. In all forms if; dyspepsia and incipient consumption, j with weakness, loss i f fiesh. thia b o. d. ! nervous prostration the Cordial is the! successful remedy. Taken with f -. d j ( relieves at , ,ls5sts Ill4.llr0 nee. It nourish, s. and o nourish. A trial bol : tle er.onph to show ts merit 1-' cents. j ; LAX,-,r, tne b,.st md eme : llvn p,M.,, r, rrt.mm.,ri1 ,, f r ohii in place : 0 Oastor il It J, os to :U-.:!oi:s t.i dress, mniing. f grief i a child of throe y. a:s in m What can suoh a l a'v kn -iv save as it to.ueh.-s it thrnu-h th- nu dium f a br-k-n d.li or a r iTlmaml from nurse or mother' j AMON'iJ SOME OF THE SCKX?::. FAtKEST; On this continent and in th-' tr'.pios. malaria poisons the Ktm- sph- re with its pestilential breath, sowing the; seeds of disease and death In every di rection. It is In su oh localities that the ' preventive and r-medial quali'ies of ' H.tett- r's Stomach Hitters .-.re most , f..rm ll UJ f the. conspicuously shown, of malaria it is a sii ie!:.-..iy, and cnnuers For ev.-ry 'i!.-!tly eiMo; ilisorders . st.-mach. liv.-r nr. 1 bow. is. reuodi-s in a.tiiity i. f rhe kidn.-ys, and c oin'-ra :s the weakness a;..! ia k f stamina v. h: h invites disease by I. vr'.lsr.,? the tiur.-it-r which a vi-.orous op-tat;,.,! of the digestive ani s-er-'tive rg ins op poses to it. N. defensive rue iii in-- in use ha str nper . 'mm ndaii -ns ;n p;-. -f-. s.-i -na! 'pjoi-ters i.-th for nuri-y ,i. r.-m..-iial quail!!- s. Wh-r you n'-s -rv.- an nc feminine j ioyolist the th.aicrht wi'l pr-vai! that j e are glad the wh.-l was n-.t k:.o-. n ; our gra;-. !--orh-r's tirr", 1 The two most critical times in a wom an's life are th-! times which make thei giil a woman and he woman a nioth-r j i At these tim-s. Dr. Hep e's I Prescription is . f incalculahie rav'.rite ! - alu.-. It : strengthens and Invigorates th- organs , dlst netly f- ml 1 -, e, j t, mof s re rula.-l' y i of the functions, allays irri:ati..n an!,' in:Iammat!..n. oi,..ks m.i.a-ural. ex-; hausting drains. a:.-l ;iu'. th-: vh-!! delicate or-'onisrn i,no perf- 't n 1 i - ti,-n Ah: tl- w-.man- l-:in I a.-.-v hat 1? ; T!;.-r at'" -s I:; 'na: ..'1.1 ri.T:ir-Ti: ItlTTKI'.S. I-.l-'-trl? Jlii-'Ts ;., a n"-ii' i:i- soit, d for any s.'-a.-on. l--,;t p. rh -ps r,".or" ce-.er-"I'y ne, ,i, (i ivh-n :'e !ar.?i'd, ' :' aus'f-.l f-'-li.'ig prevail, when the 11 - -r Is torpid ai. l -1 iL-oj.h ;ind ti:- r.e, ,1 ,f a tono: ,-.i:il alterative is felt. A prompt use ,,f t' Is r 'e-ji -ir.e h'n oio-n n-.- rt. d r;ng ::nd r hap:i fatal ! Hl.,.;s f. v- r-. .Co r. .-.: i i n--v.lll ,-o- rnor,. .r-I-.- In eo-ino-r -o:ii,-' :in-l ;r, poison. :m. r hi in. bizzii .-- v, n.l ti.-i : rs D.--g Store. i: t- f",:is. i r hoc le at. I tog Til- I'- is ' ore-'-: table m Hons. IS lei la:' a- ' vtr-:; Mi xp; ns; '.inner h-cora- I- if.Vel ' II ll PTICKLIIN'S ARNICA SALA'E. The best salve In the worH for Cuts, lirulses, S-.res. l.'bers, Salt Hheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chappsd Hands, Chllljlainp, Corn?, and All Skin Erup tions,, and positive, cur-; for Piles, or no pay required. it Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 2? cents per box. For sale by Chae. tvj:r , Odd Fellows' building-. Why is it that country visitors feel It beneath th. ir dignity to show any inter.-st In the unusual city sights. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. There's more clothing destroyed ,jr poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe Cake" soap contains no free alkali and will not Injure the finest lace. Try It and notice the difference in quality. Ross, Hlggln k Co. BLACKVYELL'S fell uunnMivi yp'.rinbx lKsS.- - ' V J ;A oh will rtutl on ruoi J ' j ( coup Anr on arc of lUu W rir Dnrlmiti. lluy bjt of thU brwtrd ' tAtn utl rl thr cu in - htth fllvr A f ulurtbh' prr enln ftnd how to get thnu. V. l. il 100! a'l :h ' ' :s a it. :ier. v ni i ,ki' When tiihr w i.-k. Tre j-ti hr CantonA. When ho wiw a Olili.1. siie criil for Cavort. When she Kvanie Mi--w, slio etuiiif to Ca-forta. When the L laUrx-u, l;e T them Ontoria '. ir.imnii; and b.-auiv a ular every .is a in i .pan i llg ar. i f u it v ,".:'.! ' ,- :...;,! t,. ci-iiv t.i li'. in sii.r.". ::ig :;: !ili".is colic tii.it Us a !; is due to a tvl r-'be with an tin-j-ronoun. a'de nan.e Hut one time of PeVYitt's Co'.'.c and Chol.-ia Cure "ill ciniiice him of its p. iv.-r t i aiTi rd r..-i.i:it :i- 1: ,ci. I a:n. Ch.'K is It -;:f.l t tl." r.af.:: f .I'o of a r I Kit Hill. Limit' have been s'.i !y Pa . wi! i: ' sufT -ri"g from V:'. s f. '.-irs and 'h 'Uo'-t n y o i Witt s '. itch Ha ! Sail n b-d to n-e ns a pt'.e cu i box and ,t p rf : uted twenty-!! ve InounCle. I was r-.inniir so I hciight t'ermaretit cure." Tls.s is , )y . n of the thousands ..f sin liar cas- . Kcte ma. sores and sk'n ilis- ases y,,- d riu.ck ly when it Is us-.l Ch.i Rdc-ts. Haspb. rries and ipackb- p-ri-.-.l- .l sti a a i rv.- course at lireakf i-t. t ries ! a e .is Me ri Or. Price's Crea;n I'-akin? PowJei Contains Ammtmij or Alum. To ! e ta-i dr. ad; ill st he ii ;!! iu a". ' thir. 's t a tr- it knon . !.i'e are anxious t this iv, .r!., and . an ants-r or l-.-tt.-r v a r,"."oni:!vn-lif'.r oio as a pr--c ii ;a'i' ... sumption, hi: ! . tio bl, s that follow tie:. !'.-. rs. o i.i a little think of n y P. do it go , in o ;is m t'c Cure c ti Mil' 'f o e Co llttl :.-h I'.ii ds 5 tr C u- ted No p.'.', it ! -asts orati-.n. ti i.i 1 ok rt of V tl oi.::s:,-r ;! a'. tin- in, o.i n. s live tinn ) e.s i. ti.: the are als.ut l.,!y, v.e '..r'i,,. , x -i-i;, o., ' r-o.l.ze the lot ns- sur ' i- .. ! v hen th-.-y l" com- riij.u-l I ire sii!i-iii--s inll mpletely r- :i,o .'--..-rs. : 3 i -,.it- and Choi ra itornatl. n at . rue a; d s tic- !i:iii."ilty. i.'oas n mil i.in-l as Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. f. ,., liini- sp 11 iolilu r',',1'; ov-h r-,:r--. 11 in Mi tt's Li"ie lot' Earl: ,-Ul i: '.In sits, ntiy tP'TOii;:!",':', i.-i. ani .ill, b-it I-lli. ''ha. IP th- -1 r: re -.d. ,1. I od. II: itpti .ns. II. 7.- : ;a I'm of i in 1 1 n i . 1 1 r-- Ch;. Ho 'kin; ' tl un ro il th -r. sary on.fcrt Pass th" good word nl"ns th" lin". Piles can be jui, kly cured without an operation by simply applying Ii-Wtt's Wile h Hazel Salve. Chap, liop-rs. Purpl" vests of a i "i'y pr ime ore seen In black tailor go noiii.ee-! ..in. Do you lack faith and love health? Let us establish your faith and restore your health with I . Witt's B'Tsujiarllla. Chas. Ilogers. A woman In the wind is a Hklif. to make angels weep and men laug.'i. "Wake up. JacoPi, day Is breaking;" so aald DoWI't's Little Early Users to a man who had taken them to arouse his sluggif.li liver. Chas. Hot-era. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. SEE? In Aledieval Days 'ili 11 Ji.'Opl. k i.-li .low n . . .or. ili.it w :ii r. u. t II n.l r 1 . tle-l doine litt 1-1 i i ..o e.n .ili'l i.'v i ' '. a sort oi -u e.l. a n oul.l l.hik son.. '. It. n,; it' t.-r pt-ss o! to.l.'i. .i. tiw t looks oi or I. r. j- t on ll.ein, ills,. :i .. , : ilien serene. I hi-, pn -s ,1.' ..s e.ille.l prni'.li'.i i ,1 111. l-1. ' a i'.oil lll'.i; mo . i o i. t. al'd his i. ,i.l a that In- f. '.illy t l " ooe ila . ; ?ie k.: , it. l-.oneier, tor Ii.- I .. n il.it kll'd of I 11,11 s ; nti t-. oil, mi. illy th... ko , in. n l. i:ic siii;i iluiin pa , , nti.r . ro,:.-o .o , : , t: ti. ll sp.ipei s -. .' t -t i h in. siinctil.,r r-inni..-:. mi ii, h.ii'.i ease. In This Enlightened Day Th. re ar- nun ! .liter of f.i.-t. -.:iip,w.'.i,llu. ( admit It. Th.- ii i". p. .'il. t I! 11 III' I -I'i I i s. A !1 wholly -ll -ivip. I Want Columns That is, a i-olntrn. ,-r -'i-i-init;.. del 'it, ,1 to -en 11. .'Ills. If .1 f. lien ll., -ir.op.i... a Ml'--, a n. ik.- ii ti y olfT- r :; e u 1 i. ,i st..i- ll ''it :or ,t ,i.k.. ;..i :! ll CM n ' . t of It Is Needless oildii,!. rroci I:. i l.i . I.rtf. To.-.- A-:,. .ii 'I.-, ii : T l,e tnr rl.i ; Why, Just Think ! Th A - r i ' tl.i-J OP . i .no or- ill til- iniiPtii,- r. a-.n :.nd Wasi.li ..- yoit 11 s. I'I ,1 iid ,'n 'i'l' 1: I-, i q ,p, ij'.-rt t" ::,,i to co inn :n.l t , .-ill th I -III ti inv ur '-on,- A Bit of Advice Vh r. o r wlo Ir,, ,:i.P In nt-. with ' , look I-ps' y,oi i int I'ro'i.' nil in - I- ri: 1 1 1 1 .' n,l no a ii , in M'l ii- ivo ! I! r- -tore 'Ii- , ,- '-.m I. d p. As il. r- : liri-l. 1 Ill.ll il , ALA.-.r X'.'i I'A AV.'lN'f.' Is hei.'.-.- i: -, I ! ' , ' ' ' '- - I ' M :it ar I : bp,' k nor-h to I., Ii k i C ,IT I I SO Mb Oil! ll W '-.' iini'li 'i t. II.: 'V. 1. at Af ihe northv. n it'e -oi'th . I ' it "OI I , " b, e of bio k 19. i t f 2 ar I et r l-h, ;-. '"- - .h . , V ,,. f". t, Pi a ; t r p ' ' ''I l i" of bio-; PS. ; t e, 'lie, 1 1 V ppa He 10 r.f bloek iv on the i-i- 1 -r rl-r-t :ini:l s k i at T, f. el 111" north :: '"t r- ,i - , w-t side of bio k il. to th" ",'i.st line of 1.1 At til.- Inter'-s'-tltr of A' meil .-ivioot,. villi th" -a t bcur-' ry r.t 'i yloi's A . t-irln, nt 4ii f'-et. At ib northw:-. I eorn'-i i f block 18, et 4i r t. At fb" sotith"t eorrer rf bln"k 2 at At the nor'hir t cornfr of bp -k n, nt K feet, nn 1 at a po'it d'To-tlv ,jposl' II feet. tO feet. At th' soiithw'.'l rot. I-' i if hln-k 2, et Vt feet. At the corth iist ,. ,,i,., if blork 17, ft 81 feet. At the southeast corner of block 3, at 11 feet. And unless a rrmonstrt r c. slined by the owners of three nrfh : of th" prop erty fronting on s' Id poitlcn of sahi street be filed with the auditor and po lice Judge of said rtly within ten days from the final publication of this notice, the common council will establish said grades. Dated at Astoria, Oregon, June &, HM. H. E. NELSON', Auditor and Police Judge. ' Declaration of Principles I'lw- K. i lil'Iloai a of the rnlte.l Klil'i-i, a--., o M. -l h th. il i. ivm.ittve In Nan. r.al i'oiii. Hiion, iiol'ottltllK for the . oiii.ir i.ii.l hi-t..i loal Jiiatlllcnlliin of r , I, , i.iiiiin to tin matchlraa aohlove !'" oi llilrti oiu of Keptllilleiin .mi. Hi mi l i oiilloVntly nddn- i i ii ii II-. I" tho aivakene.! Intflh . .i no- an. I tvnimlent' of iiiuriiu. ll in tl fitllutvlllg of : .. :s ..ill pilnclploa: :.. io ! ti.,. alucr tho Civil i-i -i in pmplo have (. io . .ilium oi,i, t'tiiiactucncoa of I iiio - o.i .lined IL moor ill le eon. .!-..- in'i . i 'i m.'iit. It Iiik heen 1 . r iin..ii nil. d Incapacity. illi . .1 lioi-.i. - In ndiiilnlalnitlve in nt it h . t uthl. mly aaeiillc 0.1 0' I - l. lemie, etltHll.d lin ' - ' I'-- 't. . Ked out ordinary . n. hI'!i Ihm rmved money, t'-o pu'.-'.i,- deht by $.'62,(Hiiii.K) I - ,. mi ad verse Pal i pel pet mil liieimee iidoinptlun fund. . i odlt In alien syn- I till the in.n-iiir.-s .-... (.il Kepulillean .Lei of It pulley ! mil.'. Mliiht.-d In. " llli pr.iloniie.1 d. I fa. t I . I i-i, .! lies, reduced work nt.-i prise mid cl ip-n-ii.'H ii hlle silmu l.m for the Amer i olli.,el lit li.n of ll.lillllll Interest i , i tinient ahull he m is of those who a I ft in 111.- I !n nis.lves I in u iu Lie of without disaster at home . '. and shall he re pe . which fur thirty - i i it with un.'.pial.'d . nty. 1 I I': 'iro'iii' Tariir. i I ti piiaslii. our nil, ;! e f proti'.'tlon as the i r... : ii an Industrial Inde nt Pom lutlon of Amer- nt and prosperity. This i p. in v t,ies foreign pro oil Iks home Imlualry: ! ii levelllli. on f.ir I - -. s the Amerlrall , .!:-.. 1 1, an producer; It .'.j. t ,,n slundard uf j Am. ri un worklnmnan; i , I v ihe aide of 'he I American farmer . : n demand and ti f e'l.iul thrift and '. -ng'h of all nil tile i its rensiitiable bp ' : ,:r, and Impartial, f-.r. Ii:n control and Oi Secllollttl dl- -1 mill favoritism. -sent I tcmoiTatlc lijlirlolis to the pub- o i in-tlve to business and such equitable its which come "i Am, 'ill nil pro. 'mulsh adequate iry expense, nf it - ill protect Anier- ,1 -r datlon to the r lands We are not P i r . ! . ular schedules. . r it 'i Is a prnotleal .it n 1 by Ihe oiindl- ..,d production; the !! in slug principle 1 o.-velopnielit of in. I Industry. Tho a lii.llt settlement I!" ijO't i' V, ill ti Ji.t Nations. . :, i . . al of the reel y in .- in ot. negotiated by the . , i i a Imli.Pii ration w as a , ..mill , , a, id we 'Ionian, 1 ( " ::' -I i: I .-.xt. Union on such . ' , . , iir trade with ' " Hi-' r.-Htrlctlous ii ! . I , h" sale of Ainer- i ' ' ports of ntlier "i-i,!" i ,.n.l - - i'i enlarged niiir , ' ' - i' ''or : . i ' .'" - i -us and factories. S ' '' ' ' Ipi "i lly are twin 'on : mi policy, mid go " 1 : ii I " in, ,ci iitin rule has ''ll' !.- : t "i' i oo'i u both, and both ""." ' --1 1 -1 :-' ! i 1. Protection for free admission for IS- -'' - "f bfe which we don't p'oln . . !-,,;!.. .1 upreelllellls lit tllll- '" ' I.I' Ii pain open markels for us in r -'iii 'i ;,.r our open niitrket to "Hit-1 Hi . t r r 5 . . r builds up domestic : i 1 1 V ii I f ii- a ml in -euros our '''I o nk't f, r -ur:" Ives, fieri prnr-11 y o; o! ,: .i tr.,,!,. uml liittla an o ith i r, i ,,ur ioii ,iis. IVoiiTiioii In S'liir Producers. Wo '"ml. .inn th- present administra te, ii for not k.'idiig faith with the sug.-.r pioilu'.-ra ,,r this country. The n-publl'iiii puny favois such protec tion as will b-ad Io the production on Aiii'-ii, an soil f nil the sugar the Aini-ri, an p,-,,p,- ns,., Bnd for which hey pay ib, i countries more than AI'iO,Oiii,0i'i annually. Wool ami Woolens. To all our products to those of the mine and the field, os well as to those of tlie shop and the factory to hemp lo wool, the product of the great Indus try of sheep husbandry, as well aa to tlie llnlshod v.-oolens of the mill we promise the most ample protection. Merchant Marine. We favor restoring; the early Amerl- 111' TIIIC REPUBLICAN PARTY. can policy uf illsoi liuluiillng duties for i lie up-bulidiim nf our iner. hiiiil murine and the proleeiloii of our shipping In Hid fniiditn cnriylng undo, so that Aineiiian hlp-ih prvMuol of Amir lean lotior, omnieyi d in Ainerlcan ship yardn, sntlliij under the Slurs ami Wtrlp-", ami iiiRiiiied. nlfliTti'it ami owned by Americans may rennln the carrylim of our foreign onmmorce. The Fiiisiiiclnl Issue. "The liopuhllcnn parly is unreseii. rilly for sound liioney. It caused the enactment of the law providing, for the resumption of tpeeli. payments In tSTU; k.iu then ivny dollar has been as gooil as it.ild. We ace unalterably op posed to rery measure nili illat.d to de base our currency or Impair the credit of our cotinli y. We are, therefore, up. (vinsl to the free is i ;e of silver, ex cept by Interiiiiiloiial imrivinent with the leudlng i-oinm.-rclnl nalloiia of the ivoild. which we ple.iKe nut .elves to pi-omote, and until such iiKteunient con be ohlaliied we bo' ;ve the cxlstltiv Kold standard iiiut be preserved All our silver iitnl paper i-uiremy now In circulation must be tiuilutalni d at u parity with Hold, and we fuvor all iiieaaiii'i s desii'.ned to lunllltiilll Inviola ble the obligation of the l'nlte.1 Slates, and all our money, whether chi or paper, at Hie prosi-m mnudaul, the HtilU.lilld i f til.' tno-l I'lliliilllene.l na. tlniis of the earth." Pensions for Veterans. The veterans of the fnlon armies de serve and should receive fair treatment and nenerous rviKultl.in. Whenever practicable they should be given Ihe preference In the mailer of employ, ment, and they am cut 1 1 led to the en j actment of such law as ln-at calculat ed to secure the fulfillment uf the pl.dges made to them In the dark days of the country peril. We denounce the practice of the pension bureau so recklessly and unjustly carried on by the preacnt administration, of reducing pension and arbitrarily dropping name from the rolls, a deserving the severest condemnation of the American people. ForelsiB Relailons. Our for.-lgn policy should be at all time firm, vigorous and dignified, and all our Interests In the western heiul phrre carefully watched and guanled The Hawaiian Islands nhould be con trolled by the I'nlted State and tn for eign power should be permlletd to In terfere with them. The Nicaragua Canal should be built, owned and up dated by the fulled Stat.-s, and by the pun base of the Punish Island we should rcure a proper and mm h-need-e. naval station In the West Indira. Armenian Massacres. The tnuai re In Armenia have aroused the deep sympathy and Just Indignation of the American people, and we believe that the I'nlted Stales should exercise all the Inllueiicii It can properly exert to bring these atrocities to an end. In Turkey, American resi dents have been exposed bl the gravest dangers and American property de stroyed. There and everywhere Amer ican cltlirtis and American property must be absolutely protected at all hazards mid nt any cost. Monroe Doctrine. We reassert the Monroe doctrine in lis full extent mid rrnltlrm Ihe right of the I'tiulird Stales t, . v.) the doctrine effect by responding to ihe appeals of any American stnte fur friendly Inter vention In case of European encroach ment. We have not Interfered, and shall not Interfere, with the existing possessions of any European pmi. r In this llellllspllele, but those possessions must not, on any pretext, be extended. Wo hopefully look forward to the eventual withdrawal of the European powers from this hemisphere, and the ultimate union of nil Ihe English speaking" I'i'ft of the continent by the free consent of Its inhabitants. Indi'enileni'e of Cuba. I From the hour of achieving their own Independence the people of tin.. I'nlted States have regarded with sympathy the struggle of other American peoples to free themselves from European dom ination. We watch with deep and nbld Ing Interest th heroic battle of the Cu ban patriots against cruelty nnd op pression, and our best hopes go nut for the full success of their determined con test for liberty. The government of Spain, having lost control of Culm and being; unable to protect the property or lives of resi dent American citizens or to comply with Its treaty obllgatlones, we believe that the (tovernment of the United States should actively use Its Influence and good ofTlcoa to restore peace and give Independence to the Island. Enlargement of tlie Navy. The peace and security of the repub lic ard the maintenance of its rightful Influence among the nations of the earth demand a naval power commen surate with its position and responsi bility. We therefore favor the contin ued enlargement of the navy and a complete ii, on of linrbor and const ilef ns i, Imniltfrulion Laws. For the protection of the equality of our American cll!enlili and of th iiiise of our win kinsmen Mgalual lh falnl lolnpi'tllloli of low-price,! labor, we tl unit' I Hint the Immigration lawt be thoroiieli'y enforced, and u extend ed aa to exi 'tide from entrance Io th t'nlted Stale thoaii who can neither lead nor write. Civil Senlte. The Civil Service law waa placed on Ihe statute book by the Itrpubllcan party, which ha nlway sustained It, and we renew our repeated ibvlara lion that It shall he tlimoiiglily and honestly enforced ti id extended w her. i vrr pi'd. Ilcuble. Free llnlloi. We demand that every cltUeu of the l'nlt.sl Stale shall be allowed to caat one fiee Hi d lllesttli ted ballot, and that such ballot shall be cunt.-.! and rrturne.1 a cast. hnrlilns CiHiileimii'il. We I'loclalui our unnuiillrl.-.l end. 'in nation of the uin lvllli, , and burbiM-..u pi act Ices, well known a lynching or killing of human ludug. uprcied or churged with crime, without proce of law National ArMtratlon. We favor the creation of a national b-niid f arbliialion to aeltle and ad just d'fferencr which may arise le tiie. n employer and employed engaged In Interstate commerce. Free Homesteads. We believe In an Immediate return to the free homestead policy of the Itrpubllcan party and urge the pasaage by i-ongre of the satisfactory fre lu.nirsteail measure which ha already paused the hmiae and I now pending In the senate. Ailmlssion of Territories. We favor the admission of the re maining territories at Ihe earliest prac Ilcuble date, having due regatd to the lllterelt of the pis. pie nf the territo ries and of the I'nlted State All th federal ultlcer appointed for the terri tories shall be .,sted from bona fid resident thereof, and the right of ,-f-government luill be acordcl as far a practicable. Alaska Hejiresentailon. We believe the cltUeu of Aluska should have representation In the con gress of the Pulled fttalca.to the end that needful legislation may be lutein gently enacted Sumptuary Legislation. I We sympathise with all wise and Ir ! gltlniate efforts to lesson and prevent ! the evils of temperance and promote morality Kliihis of Women. The ltepublli an party Is mindful of the right and Interests of women. Pro tection of American industries Include eijuul opportunity a, e.iiul pay fur njuiil .work uml prole tlmi to the home. Wo favor the udinlsslon of women to wider spheres of usefulness, and welcome their co-operation in rescuing the coun try from ti or oc in tic and Populist ml. mananeinei:' and misrule. Such arc the P.lnclpl' s no I policies of Un, Itopuhll can party. Hy these principle win abide and Ihese principles we i j,ut Into execution. We nsk for t in the ronaldeiniH Judgment of Ihe American people. Coiilldcnt alike in ihe history of our great party nnd In the Justice of our cause, we p resent ,,ur platform nnd nUr considerations. In the full assurance, that the election will bring victory to Ihe Republican puny uml pisp,-ry to the people of the Pnlted Slates NOTICE OP INTENTION To Change the (iiudo on Eleven h Street lletween Kensington Av.-niio and Harrison Avenue, MoClure's Astoria. Notice Is hereby given that the com mon council of the ct'y or Astoria pro pose lo re-cstahllsli i,o grade of t,t part of Eleventh street MeCliire's As torla, as extended ai d changed by Cyru Olney, which lies between the south side of Harris in tvenun and the north side of Kensington avenue, nt the tallowing heights above the buss of grades aa es tablished by ordinance No. 71, entitled "An Ordinance to Establish a Hase ot Grades for tho Htreeti of Astoria." to wlt; i On tho north side of the crossing of said Eleventh street and Irving avenue. 126 feet. On the south sldo of said crossing. 129 feet. On tho north side of the crossing or said Eleventh street with Jeromo avenue 1!I3 feet. On the south aide of said crossing, 194 feet. And unices a remonstrance slgnod hy the owners of three-fourths of the prop erty I rot ting on sn'i portion of said street be filed with the auditor and po lice Judge of said city within ten days from the final publication of this notice, to-wlt, on or before June Jtith, 1MHI, the common council will re-establish said grade as above proposed. Ily order of the common council. Dated June (, 1890. H. 13. NKLHON. Auditor and Tollca Judge.