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THE IU1LY ASTOUI.VX, Till KSlUY MORNINU, SKl'TKMHKR 21. UV.MI.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. Telephone No. 6. ikkms of m(Kirnos. DAILY. Bent by mall, per yet? W.OO Bent by mall, per month SO Delivered by carrier, per month 43 WEEKLY. Bent by mall per year, C In advance, pontage free, to aubucrtbers. alone owing to the exceptional natural tveourve of the place, but to that ilr It of push and energy which In the faoe of every possible discouragement and obstruction Is gradually and stead ily developing the growth of the enllrv community at the mouth of the Col umbia. Perhaps never before In the his tory of the entire country, at least for thirty yoam Mt, has there been filch a general and contlnuoi-s depression In business as ha been felt In Iv.'rV It has not been a panic brought about by extraordinary conditions In any partic ular section of the country, but a uni versal decline In values, and a tngnfl lon In every kind of business through out the nation. The present acute con dition of affairs Is of course larsely due to the uncortainty of tariff legislation and the attack upon the sound money and credit if the nation. With all these adw-rse circumstance to contend a.-ainst. and with no large entcvpits.s All communication Intended for publl Mitlon should be directed to the editor. Business communications of all kln,l and remittances mutt be addrvaaed to The Astortan, The Astortan guarantee to Its ub- icrlber the largest circulation of anjr , paper published on the Columbia j being projected or financed In any per ytt, tion of the country, what has Astoria Advertising rates can be had on appll- jdone? A sixty-mile laiirond lias been oation to the business manager. j commenced and is well under ua. ten The Weekly Astortan. the second oldest j miles of grading on the lute has b en weekly In the atate of Oregon, has. next jcompleted: an extension has been built to the Portland Oregonlan. the largest j to New Astoria; a large, deep sea ship- weekly circulation In the atate. Jno. F. Handler Co., are our Port land agent, and copies of The Astortan eta be bad every moraine at their stand, III Third afreet. The Republican party la In favor of the smelting of more Iron. Instead of the coining of more silver, as a means of restoring prosperity. i j ping dock erected at KUvel; the Young's bay bridge timshcd and trains put into the city: the handsome depot grounds and side tracks at War renton have been built and an" now in use: the large depot and grounds In Astoria are neartng completion; the steel rails for the entire line have ar rived from England are are now being discharged from the ships; about 500 men are at work along the line of the road: a JiO.tVO hotel Is about to be opened at Flavel: at lea.t three large tract of land In the city and contig uous to It have been opened and are about to be pushed upon the market; at the mass meeting Saturday there is no question but what arrangements will be completed for extensive Improve ments In East Astoria and Alderhrook. including the building of another rail road depot, the extension of the elec tric street car line, and the opening of a new street to Cathlamet bay. New buildings and residences have been built In all parts of the city: the mag- auspend tomorrow and give notice that nirlcent new water system has been the were able to rav only fifty cents ! eompieieu ana put in operation, str-ets onthedollar.it would certainly be con-' have been built and Improve.!, county aidered a great calamity: and yet that! roads have been built: new roads and Is what would practically happen, so I new streets are under way: manufac far as the Interests of their depositors 1 turing enterprises are not only under An open-mouthed candidate for pres ident Is alwayi dangerous to his party, and the Democrats will be wishing be fore the campaign Is gver that their man Bryan had never learned how to make a speech. The (rreat trouble with the Populists Is that their leaders are mostly like the man of whom Speaker Reed once said: "He never opens his mouth with out subtracting from the sum of hu man knowledge." If all the banks In the country should V. v.1 S13 rvdLLiA".aa lest 0 s Quality! Size I Price ! in are concerned, In the event of the adop tion of the free silver coinage policy One American dollar Is now ex changeable In Mexico for two Mexican silver dollars, although there is more silver in the Mexican than In the American dollar. L'nder unlimited coinage the American dollar would be exchangeable for only one Mexican dollar. No one who owned two Mexl can dollar would give them up for one American dollar, because he could take them or send thera to the United States mint and not only bare tbem coined into American dollars, but also have a few cents' worth of silver given back. Free and unlimited coinage of liver means the depreciation of Amer lean currency to the 50-cent level of Mexican money and the depression of American labor to the level of Mexican peonage. The article in today's Issue on the importance to the Pacific coast states of the early completion of the Nicara gua canal, written by Hon. William L. Merry, of San Francisco, and Drst pub lished In the Commercial News, will repay a reading. Mr. Merry omits one important reference In his admirable article, which should be brought to the attention of every Pacific coast voter; namely, the fact that the Republican national platform declares unequivocal ly for the completion of the canal, and demands Its construction under the auspices of this government. The Dem ocratic platform, on the crntrary, makes no mention vhatever of the canal, nor has air. Cleveland at any time during his present term of office thought the canal worthy of considera tion or recommendation. As Mr. Mer ry says, the completion of this great medium of communication between the Western and Eastern sides of the con tlnenet Is of more importance than even the money issue, and this one difference between the two parties aught of Itself to settle the question of allegiance of voters West of the Rocky Mountains. With McKlnley's election it Is safe to say this is one f the first public question which will receive the attention of congress. negotiation, but several have been Un rated In the city: and with all this. Astotians believe that only a beginning has been made. What has enabled this city and Its people to accomplish such great results during such times? Only the Chicago Idea, of forging ahead and yielding to no discouragement. Unan imity of action In a small community has done what many a larger city might be proud of. True, we have not always stood upon exactly the same plank, but day by day and through the tireless energy and hard work of few leaders who know not the meaning of the word fall, a closer union has been effected among our citizen, and we have today the right to be proud of the achievements of the past eighteen months and confidently predict what will transpire In the future. An un shaken front and that hanging together by foe and friend which sinks all per sonal differences for a common end, Is the magician's wand which will trans form this entire community, and make of it a commercial center second to none on the Pacific coast. Astorlans have made a proud record In the past, but that record will be as nothing com pared with the laurels which they are to win In the near future. ! Some of the effects of free coinage in a South American republic have be-n pointed out in a published communi cation by the United States minister to Colombia, Mr. McKlnney, who says that twenty years ago. In 176, gold and silver were coined in the mints of Colombia, both being legal tender for all debts, and at that time, owing to the scarcity of the white metal, silver was at a premium over gold of about per cent. About gold was at a premium, because the imports exceeded the exports, t'p to l'.ia the govern ment continued to coin gold and silver, and at that time gold was at a pre mium over silver of about 20 p.-r cent. In JSS5 the congress passed a law that made paper money a legal tender for all debts, the paper to be payable in gold or silver, at the option of the gov ernment, this being an attempt to put silver at a par with gold. At once the gold all went out of the country, and the government was on a silver basis In spite of Its effort by legislation to keep gold and silver at a parity. From that time to this, it appears, there has been no gold In circulation in Colombia. The effect of this was to raise the pre mium on gold from 20 per cent in 1S5 to ISO per cent In At the date of the communication, July 17, exchange on New York was J40, the price of ex change depending wholly on the num ber of drafts on the market and the demand for them. f When the business of this city Is contrasted with that of other places In Oregon, California, Washington, and even In the East, the citizens here can not but congratulate themselves upon their exceptionally good condition. This most satisfactory state of affairs Is not Sometimes the most careful women are the moet careless. Many a woman bundles herself up to keep out sickness when she is neglecting the very worst sickness that can come to a woman. She allows a slight disorder to become worse, to slowly sap her vitality. The little pain and the other slight Indica tions of trouble seem to her unimport ant, She goes on, with increasing suf fering, until life Itself become a drag Nervousness, "sinking spells," digest ive disturbance, and fifty other com plications may arise from the derange ment of the organs distinctly feminine. Over thirty years ago, the need for a reliable remedy for so-called "female complaints" was recognized by Dr. It. V. Pierce, then, as now. chief consult ing physician to the World's Dispens ary and invalids Hotel, at Iluffalo, N. Y. He prepared Dr. Pierce's Favo rite Prescription, the most wonderfully effective remedy that has ever been used for, such maladies. 21 cents In une-cnt stamps and receive Dr. Pierce's 100S-pge "r,mrnon Sense Medical Adviser," illustrated. . """--v-t T Ttltv-i." ' V ' " 'Pi wn 1 :'VT j id mil f-:'i mmm OUTWAIM) HOUND ()1UX-()N (3KAIN FM-:MT--1S!):h;. III Me II ul. AiigiKt s llr lrk IH llr ui III Am ill lii ... I II' ! ik . llr liii Sepl ivt : llr liii :l llr l.iV t lir Ivirk , t llr llii... II Ut .hi . II Hr 1. ik . I i r Iiip , It It. .hi). . t llr I'.iK . ! llr lllie., -I Hi -Iiiii , M Nov Jnu We are not of those who Imagine thut The state of Iow a ha been poll.il these emphatic Eastern verdicts are land It Is now. announced, a a result going to solidify the West for Hryan. Jof the canvass, that the voters are two The American people think pretty to one for McKlnley. It will be Just much alike East and West, the best of them. Springfield Republican. MARVELOUS RESCLT8. From a letter written by Rev. J Gun derman. Dtmondale, Mich., we are per mitted to make this extract: "I have ro hesitation In recommending Dr. King' New Discovery, a the result were al most marvelou In the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rive Junction the was brought down with Pneumonia succeed ing La Grippe. Terrible paroxyim of coughing would last hour with little Interruption, and It seemed a If atu could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King' New Discovery: It was quick In It work, and highly atlsfactcrv In It result." Trial bot tle free at Cha. Roger' Drug Store. Regular slxe, 60c and 11.00. as well, however, to let the regular election proceed In November. Provi dence Journal. ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honors at every world's fair where exhibited. There I no better dollar In the world than the one we have. What most people need I a better chance to get It. and that will come with the Inprove ment of business Indianapolis Journal. TO CI RC A COLD IN ONK 1.V, Take laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablet. All druggists refund the money If It falls to cure. For sale by Cha. Rogers, Druggist. Tom Watson's clowning In the West threatened to "bust the circus." and there Is to be an attempt on the part of the popocratlc managers to make ; him ride in the baggag" car Instead of lMrtant. The the band wagon. New York Cummer- ithat feature rial iinnune. The men who have designed Hryan' Itinerary have neglected to provide for a Journey to the he-nibiuurt-rs of Suit cr-..k. Hut the omission Is not lm- rest of us will attend to In NoveniU-r Chicago To assume that the result in Maine is not signiflcent as to the general re sult in November is to assume that human nature differs in different parts of the country. New York Sun. BUCK LEX'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world for cuts. bruises, gores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos itive cure for pile, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. t or sale tiy (jnanes Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. MARINERS AND TRAVELERS. Speak In high terms of the preventive and remedial properties of Hostetter' Stomach Hitters, a medicine peculiarly adapted to the wants of those called on to experience the vicissitude of cli mate, the inclemency of the weather, the hardships of a seafaring or out-of-door life, or the dangers of a malarial or otherwise pestilential atmosphere. A small quantity of this agreeable ton ic nullifies impurities In water, forti fies the stomach against the conse quences of an unhealthy or unaccus tomed diet. It also enables the consti tution to bear up unharmed against unhealthy climatic Influences, and the system to sustain unimpaired in health and vigor the fatigues of travelling. Emigrants, tourists, miners and others who have thoroughly tested the tlM ' ai y of this article, declare l! to lie a sovereign preservative of health under conditions most unfavorable. OASTOniA. Why don't the free sllverltes explain why cotton In the past three weeks Jumped from 6.62 to 8.H cents, while sliver declined in the same period over 3 cents an ounce? Chattanooga Times. No people suffer so much norn phys ical disabilities as those whose busi ness requires little or no muscular ex ertion. The lack of exercise causes the liver to become sluggUh and the result Is constant Constipation, Indigestion, lilli'iusni-ss and Sick Headache. To pre. vent this take Simmon Liver Regula tor; It keeps the liver active and makes one's condition as comfortable ns those who have much exercise. '.'I I r l'rk '.' n- '101' . .. .' It Isiik .. .. llr hi .. , Mil li p ... ' "r -hi t ' 10 vloi .. U llr Ii .it. .. I.' Ill 'III . . llr -In i. I III I'.ilk J lir .he .. -1 Hi li'i .... 1 1. r sinp : llr ... I lir lil . :i ..." kiiip. . Mr t' .rk . 4 I till). :! llr h ,. 11 M. .lei. . II llr l. ik I: llr h i II Hi ,.k !.' lir Ixrk . 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An. 4, ..Id .vi) (inik ! rkw-klli-d kklll Aug. 13. Sew York.... Adelaide Alirok Hky.... Antwerp Horn hay . .... I'klla.i C.I.iiiiImi CkMl"WII ..3,1 IS 3.KI7 ...!.:', ,. Ctl ..l.HR' . V,vc ..:i,sll . .11 MvertHil ..... Mkilrlllus Melluirue M .lllevliletl HrlNUniK iliiko'lktu II I. .in Hahik ..l.."cl ..I ..IW . l.'"1 ..1.4.1:1 .. fltl .. 4" I ..SHI THK WAY. Newcaklla, NsW 3 .-kll Tkl.lc Hiy ,fl7 Hln ilf Jelirro 3..' j YiiknliklUk ,1.1l SlliKkpor SWelist'S Hbanghal Port lirlt. Skin HiKklla Nktllek ..1.7ns IPs) fluiki m,Msi . V.HVl Hkllie llllli' iwtt 74,.i'l ..V.l r.' I tikiuo Hum HUM I.1.. U .'.'.l"l. I I Hsl j It is to be expected that Candidate Watson will sel-rt an occasion like the present t'i ask to see Mr. H'-wal!' favorite sn certificate. Washington Star. ELECTRIC HITTERS. We Bubrnit that if no nation has ever been able to bring and keep together the bullion and coinage values of the metals when those values differed very little, It is preposterous to assume that any nation could do It today, when those values are so wide apart. Louis ville Courier-Journal. WEAK filEK CURED AS IT BY MAGIC. ictlm$ of host Manhood nhnnld Ben1 at once for a lKxk that explains huw full n,;tuJy vlpr U eauily. quickly and iJrnnaueuriy rifhlnn:'.. jSVj tunn nafturlng from weakness c;n if- time y ad vi"(?. Jrok tolln liiiv- velomnent and tone are imparl'-', to cvr ' portion of t.in boy. Pen. v.Uh pftitl-c profsBealMree toanytnnDoniipplicaUoQ. ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N-Y. Electric Hitters l.i a medicine Butter for any seanon, hut perhaps more gener ally needed when the languid, ex),aued feeling prevail, when the Ihcr I torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felL A prompt use of this medicine hart often averted long and per haps fata1 bilious fever. No medicine will ac more surely In counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Consti pation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bit ters. COc and Jl.'.O per bottle at Cha. Ttogers Drug Store. Hryan ay.s the debtor ought to be al- owd eh.-ce the !:I-.d of 111. .in v In which to oay hlH debt. The next ut'-p ii I,,, to b t tilm rhiii. whether or not h" will pay th-m ut all. St. LouIh Star. If you have ever aeen a little child In the agony of summer complaint, you can realize the danger of the trou ble and appreciate the value of Instan taneous relief always afforded by He Witt'. Colic and Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea It Ih a relia ble remedy. We could not afTord to recommend thla as a cure unless It were a euro. Chas. Kogers, Druggist. B.F. ALLIEN & SON Wall Paper, Artlttt' Malcrtalt, Pilot. Oil. Glait, flc. Jarantt Mattlufi, Rugs and Ham boo Ouodi 365 Cc mmerclal Street. Vlis, if-. S7a s J Jkj vCV'J r,- u .k.i. i:i"i. s rn 1 r jj V. Inif, u 11 In I t 1t 'riftnU taiKitcwB. niir l a fi'iti p-'timnona Hi 'if I l I ,1. 1. n t 11 r 1 1 111 f I la tl kJ 111 III :t, tl'ifi, Irriinii' ii i.r utc-r IKUI ul III II i u Uli-in Are Von (Joing KastV B ur and that your ticket read via THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. I Hlfi15Ctll:''.'r.l. brine. Sen nslrlintriit. VHI1.0 fTj "ru,. C. B. i. I r m'nl n rml'i wrsrpr, n"i I' in. ,.r .1 l,iii-.. tj.::. U i.'irculkr ii'ii' lii ri-iiuiiks. If it were only possible to overlook the New England State In November It is barely possible that Hryan might stand a show. Chicago Host. If dull, spiritless and stupid; If your blood is thick and sluggish; if your appetite Is capricious and uncertain. You need a Karsaparllla. For best re sults take DeWltf. It recommend Itself. Chas. Itogers. CASTORIA For Infant! and Children. Tfc fu ll m dgutnn f b 4 4f4rr Vttfptf. I he democratic party In Michigan linn given up Its old name, and Is now officially known as "the republli an-sll vcr-popiillst-dernocratlc party." That comes pretty near to boxing the whole political compass.---Hoaton Herald. uon 1 trine away time when you have cholera morbus or diarrhoea, Fight them in the beginning with De- Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait for results. They are Instantaneous, and It leave the bowels In healthy condition. Kentucky went republican last year, tnd the conditions which caiiHeil her to do ho still exiHt, with the difference only that Hie .denim rats are stronger then than they are this year. Ht. Louis lobe-Democrat. Theories of .'cure may be discussed at length by physicians, but the suf ferers want quick relief; and One Min ute Cough Cure will give It to them. A safe cure for children. It ia "the old harmless remedy that produce Imme- dlte results." Cha. Houer. drugglat. SEASIDE SAWMILL. A complete tork of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kind of lUil.h; moulding nd shingle; also bracket work done to order. Term reaaonabl and price at bedrock. All order promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. H. F. L. LOOAN, I'rop'r. Seaside, Oregon. You Waste Twelve Hours deliberately throw them away of you take any other line I ban the Hur Ilnglon to Omaha, Kan sas City, Ht. Louis or ANY OTHKIt southern or HouthcoHtern city. Tickets, time - table, and full Information on application to the local ticket agent or by ad dressing C. SHELDON, G. A., Portland, Oregon. CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. Thl U Ui GREAT SHORT LINE Between DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO all - Points East au South. O.R&N. OIVKH CHOICK OF TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTES. Via Spokane, and St. Paal Via Ogden, Denver and Omaha or St. Paal Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Astoria to Sao Franelseo. Xtale of Cat. Haturday, Hrpt. I. Columbia, Thtirxlay, Hcpt. ID. Hlale of Cel. Turaday, Kept IS. Columbia, Hun.lay, Hcpt. 20. Hlate of Cat. Friday, Hcpt. Si. Columbia. Wrdncaday, Hs-pt. 90. ritntr. of t'al.. Monday, (Vt. I. Columbia, Haturday, (HI 10. Astoria and Portland Steamers. T. J. I'OTTKU. I.ravo Aktorln Turaday. Tlium,a and Saturday at a in. tnvr Port land Monday, WiMnraday, and Fri day at 7 a. m. ll. It. THOMPSON. Leave Atr!i4 Tu.lny, Tliiirday and Saturday at 7 p. til. Ix-nvn Port land Monday, WVilnradrty. Friday and Sunday at ft p. m. .MILKY (MTZKUT. I-avra Aalorla Monday, Wi-dn... day, Friday and Sunday at 7 p m. Lravo I' .rlliHid Turaday. and Thurs day at p. in., and Saturday at 11 p. m. TKI.KI'Hi'NK Loave Aklorln Monday. Wi'dm-kday and Friday at 6 a. tit. Lcavo I'm timid Tueday, 'I'hiirn.liiy and Salurday at For ratra and grnrrnl Informntlon rail on or addrca O. W. LOUNBUKItrtY. Agent. w. ii. iiuiti.iiijrtT, Oen. I'a. Agl., Piirtliin.l. Or. K. MoNKILL, Pr..ldi.nt and Manager. WHITE COLLAR LINE Aud i WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Jno. F. Handley Co., 124 Third atreet, and get the Daily Aatorlan. VUltora need not ml their morning paper while thcr. Their Magnificent Track, Peerleu Vei tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car Train and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given thl roaa a national reputa tion. All claiwc of pasaenger carried on the ventlbuled train without extra charge. Hhlp your freight and travel over thl famou line. All agent have ticket. W. H. MEAD, F. C. BAV.VOE, den. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt 248 Washington at., Portland, Or. f 47bb.kMf.rs l.nall.k IMaaiMil Rrsiac. Astoria and Portland Telephone l.-uvcH AhIoiIii Monday, WedneHilay nnd Friday moinlng ut a. m. Li'iivch Portland Ttiradiiy, TburM day and Siiliirduy nl " n. In. Hnlley iiat.crt Iciivcm Antorlu Wed ni'Miliiy, Friday mid Siimlny night at 7 p. m. I.eiivi'H Porlliind Tiiemluy, ThuiKdiiy nnd Huturdiiy nlghl at H p. m. O. It. and N. Co.' Hlcaini-r T. J. I'otti-r run alternate tiny with Tcln-plioni-, and ll. H. Thotnpon run n ternato day with Ilallcy tlaUert. Ticket good on all boat. U. It. HCUTT. PreMldont. K. A. Hflcloy, Agent, I'ortluiid. C. W. Stone, Agoiil, AHtmln. Telephone. No. 11. S. Fui'f slAN, I.I. of Frniman ft Holmrk. K. T. Eaklb, late of Stoikton, Cal. rENNYKUYAL PILLS i a Oris) fit! Mil llnU fift..!... BAft, n)m n-IUMtl. t.ADta tit I'm if hi i..r rnif4il4rt W"glik fhn mtma i:mn.l (9 Md 4Ui4 U,M meeS 'i4M - whti lil iKi rihUin, Tkm nn other. l"utn danamruut rul,ni. f fffu amt imilmtt'mi. At i)rf Klilt. 1 ttMe. Am. ?.yV"f?J'" J'',tfl"l. t-ilmonUli fttid "Hftlcf rir 1.iilv,M in letter, hi rutani COLUMBIA M WORKS FOUNDRYHEN Blacksmith, Machinist and Boiler Maker Manufkcturlng and nil llnrle n MaobUo... Kplrlngof " vi .iauiiiuoi'j Iron and BrnHB Caatlnga Uonaral Dlaokamith Worlc (PnCIALTIES-Welrh Pal.nl 'WI...I hi. Smllhlng aiiJ St.kmlmal Wurk. Cann.ry anj I Mill Miicliln.ry. Marlnt and Stationary boll ri Bull! 10 OrJ.r. Specially equipped far loirir.ri' work Correspondence foilclted 1 8th and Franklin. Phone 78