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THE DAILY AST01UAN, Tl'ESDAY MOKNINO, 0CT01.RK IK, 18.Nl,
ii JOHN T. LIGHTER. Editor. Telephone No. St. tcrms or srusruiprioN. DAILY, Sent by mall, per yetr $6.00 Sent by mall, per month 60 Delivered by carrier, per month 45 WEKKLT. nit by mall per year, $2 In .advance, postage free, to subscribers. All communications Intended for publi cation should be directed to the editor. Business communications of all kinds and remittances must be addressed to The Astoiian. The Aatorlan guarantees to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia trer. Advertising rates can be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astortan, the second oldest ateekty In the state of Oregon, has, next la the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. J no. F. Handley 4 Co., are our Port land agents, and copies of The Astortan an be had every morning at their stand. m Third street. Attention has been called to the nota hie part played by newspapers In the present campaign. Campaign orators who speak to hundreds are enabled to reach hundreds of thousands through the medium of the press. Every phase of the great Issues Is discussed and ar gued In the newspapers and all the facta required to form sound conclusions are Impartially set forth. Questions are answered and Illustrations furnished. No newspaper reader can complain of lack of opportunity to Inform himself fully upon the merits of the contending parties to the presidential contest. It Is almost impossible to Imagine how the campaign could be prosecuted without the agency of the newspaper. Four years ago the Democratic cam paign hinged upon high prices. Far mers and worklngmen were told they were paying too high prices for every thing they had to buy, and were ex korted to bring on a millennium of cheapness by voting for free trade. We mil know what the result has been. Now the same crowd are howling that prices are too low. The farmers are told that tbey are not receiving high enough prices for what they produce, and the worklngmen are expected to vote for a policy which. It is declared, will make them pay double for all they have to buy. Are the people of the United States Idiotic tnough to be fooled twice by the same conscienceless set of demagogues? heard for the principles and policies which tend to produce the highest state ff national prosperity, and bring the greatest happliwss to the greatest num ber of people. There Is no representa tive of the great ecclesiastical body to which he belongs nor of any other re ligious sect or organisation who.ls more universally respected or who wields more inlluence than this great Catholic prelate. His ringing words will find an echo and carry a w eight far beyond the con tines of the state honored by his residence, and It Is not too much to say that nothing thai has been yet said or which may be said before the cam paign closes In November will do more to roll up the majorities essential to vindicate the honor and intelligence and restore the credit and prosperity of the nation than this powerful appeal of Archbishop Ireland. KANKKITTCY COMINC. The treasury statement for October '. foreshadows the coming bankruptcy of the government under the detlcit-pro-ducing Wilson tariff law. The revenues were over $"..000,000 less than the es penditutvs during September; and for the first three months of the fiscal year the deficit exceeds $i.OM.0Otf. And dur ing those three months the expenditures over receipts have been $6,000,000 more than for the corresponding period last year. If this rate of shortage In revenue continues for three months longer, the treasury will not have money to meet the ordinary daily expenses of the gov ernment, unless it ues the gold reserve to meet them. The gold In the treasury has gained Ke.OOO.OOO In three months, greenbacks being tuken out as the gold was paid in. This has diminished the currency in the treasury that much. What will Cleveland do? The law gives him authority to Issue bonds to keep up the gold reserve, but not to meet the ordinary governmental expen ditures. The treasury would have been bankrupt long ago, had it not been for the previous bond issues. True, the gold was not used directly for expenses; but w hen It was drawn out greenbacks were paid In; these greenbacks went into the general fund, and were used for ordina ry expenditures. In effect, the proceeds of the bond issue have been used to cover thi deficit created by the Wilson law. The people should take note of this condition, and vote on November 3 for a policy which means abundant revenue tnstetd of monthly deficits. 2 r-u-3J l.,'-. ? ,. .7-1, pvVv tV";' 'VI 1 1, 1 V'v' A' f "- A 1; .,-tj . 1 rw r. 1 r 411 WW ::r: n " Cut Down Expenses." cm plu It may be wrong to bet on the re sult of an election, but the way in which the beta are placed give a good idea of the trend of public opinion. As a rule the men who put up money are busi ness men, and they do so on purely bus iness principles. There is little senti ment about it, and the bets are offered purely as a money making venture. In New York the bets on the result are of fered at 14 to 1 00 McKlnley. Even money is offered on McKlnley carrying New York City, California, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, and West Vir ginia. Odds are offered that Bryan will carry Alabama, Arkansas, Colora do, Georgia. Idaho, Mississippi, Mon tana, Nevada, South Carolina, and Tex as. Odds are given that McKlnley will carry all other states. The states In which odds are offered on McKlnley have an aggregate of 236 electoral Totes, or 12 more than enough tq elect. The states, on which McKlnley odds are offered and on which even money is bet aggregate nearly three hundred electoral votes. The total electoral votes of the states In w hich odds on Bryan are offered is 164, or 60 short of the number necessary to nominate. This gives a good idea of the feeling as to the result. The men who are willing to put up their money are not guessing on the result. They firmly believe Mc Klnley will be elected. In reply to a request for Information the American Economist has received replies from $55 manufacturing estab lishments of the country giving the number of hands employed in July last and the number employed In June, 1S92, together with the amount of wages paid in the two months. These replies show Number of hands employed la July, 1S92 134,410 Number of hands employed In July, 1S96 Number idle in July, 1S96, who were employed In July, 1892.. 43,855 Amount of wages earned In July. 1892 14,674,242 Amount of wages earned In July, 1S96 J,SS3,7S4 A woman knows what a bargain really Is. She knows better than a man. "BATTLE AX" Is selected every time by wives who buy tobacco for their hus bands. They select it because it is an honest bargain. It is the biggest in iire and the best in quality. The 10 cent piece is almost twice as large as the 10 cent piece of other high grade brands. Democratic pontics this year appear to consist largely In nominating can didates, and then yelling for them to come off the ticket. New York Advertiser. 90.555 It is the current rumor in Washington political circles that the report of the Venezuelan commission will be adverse to all claims of Great Britain. It is fur ther alleged that their decision will be communicated confidentially to the Brit ish government, coupled with the Inti mation that. In due time, It w ill be com municated to congress; and that It may e-expected that this will result In the adoption of a resolution instructing the president to notify Great Britain that a persistence in occupancy of Venezuelan territory will be considered an act un friendly to the United States. Such a notification, translated from diplomatic language into plain English, would mean, "Get out or fight." It is ex pected that Great Britain will heed the private intimation, and make some ar rangement with the Venezuelan gov ernment directly, which would obviate a "back down" to this country. Again, it Is deemed probable that Lord Salis bury will play for delay, In the hope of postponing a decision until the new ad ministration comes In on March 4, next. But Cleveland and Secretary Olney will undoubtedly press the matter to a con clusion, If possible; for they desire to wind up the case and get out of It whatever glory may accrue. We have never supposed that the finding of the Venezuelan commission would support the land-grabbing propensities of Eng land; and the trend of events, so far as they have been made public, shows that the British government has always pre sumed that this would be the outcome. Great Britain can not afford to go to war over this matter, and the only un solved "Jesobleni In the whole matter is, what method she will choose to get out f the scrape. Archbishop Ireland's earnest address to the business men of Minnesota is one of the strongest appeals for the election of McKlnley and the cause of sound money uttered during the entire cam paign. Bishop Ireland has long been recognized as one of the greatest living patriots In American history. This is not the first time his voice has been Loss In wages In July, 1S96... J1.790.43S This shows a loss of nearly 40 per cent, or at a rate of IJ1.4S5.496 a year. When the thousands of other establish ments are considered some Idea may be had of the loss to the country, through its worklngmen, caused by the Demo cratic tinkering with the tariff. When it is remembered that Mr. Bryan, by voice and vote, assisted in bringing about this state of affairs, can work lngmen have any doubt as to how they should vote on November 3? A mirror could not lie If It wanted to. The glass has nothing to gain by flat tery. If the roses of health and plump ness of beauty are leaving your face, your mirror will tell you so. Health is the greatest beautlfier In the world. When a woman sees the indications of Ill-health In her face, she may with almost absolute certainty look for the cause In one or both of two condition! constipation, and derangement of the organs distinctly feminine. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrlptln will cure perma nently and positively ar.y so-called "female complaint." Dr. Pierce's Pleas ant Pellets will cure constipation. There Is no reason In the world why a woman j shojld not be perfectly healthy. She will gain in health, strength and flesh. Hollows and. angles will give place to fullness and grace. She will be that noblest and most beautiful of all crea tion a perfect woman. Send 21 cents in one-cent stamps to World's Dispensary Medical Associa tion, Buffalo, New York, and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008-page "Common Sense Med ical Adviser." profusely Illustrated. r.rvnn replies to the citizens who ask question shows that he knows a great .11 ni.r about lanKUiute than he docs about statesmanship. Baltimore Amer lean. IF YOL HAD A FRIEND About to visit some section of country where malarial disease, either In the form of chills and fever or bilious re mittant was particularly rife, what would be about the best advice you could gi e him. We will tell you to carry along or procure on arriving, that potent medicinal safeguard, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, known throughout malaria plagued regions, here and in other countries, as the surest means of disarming the miasmatic scourge, and robbing it of its fell destructive lnflu ence. Not only does It rortiry tne sys tem by Increasing its stamina, but over comes Irregularity of digestion, the Iiv er and the bowels, and counteracts the unfavorable effects of over-exertion, bodily and mental, exposure in rough weather, or occupation too sedentary or laborious, loss of appetite and exces sive nervousness. The functions of ail mentation, bilious secretion and sleep have in it a most powerful and relia ble auxiliary. ALL FREE. ThOM who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know Its value, and those who have not have now the opportunity to try It free. Calr oa the advertised drug gist and get a trial bottle free. Bend your name and address to II. E. Bucklen ft Co., Chicago, and get a sample boa of New Life Pills free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, free. All of which Is guar anteed to do you good and cost yon nothing. Chi. Rogers, druggist. Odd Fellows' building. The people iho averred that there could be nothing worse than the poster fad were not aware of the possibilities concealed in the campaign button. Washington Star. OUTWARD HOUND OREGON GRAIN ELIMT 1S1KH). Hlll.M. (I Alt. Auiiii.t Hr luirk . IH Mr .lllli I: Am ... I'WI- lurk,. ; llrihlii Sept tHt Nor J n it Hr l'V , 4 Kr IikiV.. . I Hr Mii llllr.ln II llrl Ik ...,,. I.i r .lilt II III .hip In Hr li rK ,., n Ur h ,,,. '.'I Hi - tili At Mr li ik 21 Kr hark ii' lb lili. j J Pr link j Hr .IH VIII ll i i nr. Mill l Hi hii. IT llr lurk I Ml .III i Hr .!) k i I Hrl'iuk 9 Hr liii., ... .1 Hr .liii ii r Mum . I Hr uliip isilr.lilu ?l liir .hip .' Hrtmik .' ' r hl s llr .In,. II Hr .Inn . 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I. ran. r-.vl.oM unit hran, valut. (nun, and 4V.I.4. cr. alinmi. I - Alto l.v l.l.l. ihiur, taluv li.im - Alto it. : u hhl. tin .r. va'in. v, i VRSSKLS OX TIIK WAY TO ORKGON. rtisr uii raoK asn sank. Croweti . . Tajrvan , Jiailim . kitberUon . Having designated the East as "the enemy s country. Bryan should not complain If his welcome in this section is not entirely cordial New York Press. BL'CKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. Tale Isn't the only college that will have fun with Bryan this campaign. ait until the electoral college gets a chance at him. Chicago Post. A felt want is that gnawing at the stomach after you have eaten a full meal, and can't eat any more, and yet there Is that feeling as though you had eaten nothing. What is wanted then Is a dose of Simmons Liver Regulator, the best Dyspepsia cure, for that Is what that gnawing means. "Simmons Liver Regulator Is all that Is recom mended for Indigestion." A. R. Dyche, London, Ky. Mr. Bryan's itinerancy scrupulously avoids the cotton states. Are they to be turned over to the pop end of the vice-presidential tall? Brooklyn Stand ard L'nion. WEAK im i CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. Victims of Lost AUnbood thould send at once lor a book that explains how full manly vtxor 1b eaniiy, quickly and permanently restored, ho man nn tTeri ng from weakness can ai- fonl toignori'thi: timelv ad vine. Book telln how 'full fttrfnirrh. flc elnpment and tone are imjartwl to ever? portion of the body. Kent with ixwft.v? proof (sealed ) free to any ma n on applica liou ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N.Y. s The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers.salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos itive cure for piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by Charles Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honors at every world's air when exhibited, A striking feature of this campaign Is the unanimity with which the trade Journals advocate the election of Mc Klnley. Hobart and the sound money congressmen. Huston Journal. TO CI KB A COLD IX ONK DAY, Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Druggist. There are a good many doubtful states now, but the only doubt seems to j be In the matter of the slie of the re- publican majority. Commercial Adver tiser. Candidate Bryan's contention that free coinage would make silver as good as gold would be more convincing If he were not at the same time holding that gold Is the worst tyrant and grind er on earth. Philadelphia Record. FREE PILLS. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are feisy In action and are particu larly effective In the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver Troubles they have been proved Invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious sub stance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels great ly lnvlgoraet the system. Regular size, 25o per box. Sold by Chas. Rogers, Druggist Tom Watson's threat of turning his tamed populists loose on the Bryan boom has not produced any visible signs of terror up to date. Washington Star. n fu ll milt At CABTOnlA. If Bryan's speeches were put into a thought press to squeeze out the ver biage and retain only the Ideas, they would occupy mlghtly little space. Commercial Advertiser. Mrs. Ii. R. Pulton, Rockford, 111., writes: "From personal experience I can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparllla, a cure for Impure blood and general de bility." Charles Rogers. B'rtter times are coming and an over whelming vote for honest American government Is nil that is necessary to Insure their rerturn next year. Iowa State Register. A hacking cough Is not only annoying to others, but Is dangerous to the per son who has It. One Minute Cough Cure will quickly put an end to It. Charles Rogers. New YiUlK- Miln Henry Vltlartl H'alten ANTWKhT- Mlr .lilpd W Wolin iRnller..... CAI.I.Ait- Hr.hlp iiirh.'ae Kork ... Ms llwn . llr thin Ku.ltirla 1 ..... UVkKI'iinU Hr thin Kvl anre iKolilliMn NKWi'ASTI.K. S. S. W. llr th'tu Hy ui Mailra.1 .. ......Wrimili... Hr !ark .Hiiow.ion - Hr thin lleraler t'aatle Hr liark K'lttiliiirsli.hli . RIO PK JANKIKlt- Hr ililn H' .val Ueorge ... Hr liara liteuaflun Hr hark lee Hr.litp l'.r.eifr-raiir. rlr thin Marhrihunlib SWANHKA- 6 llr lark t'oluuibo) TABI.K HAY- Hr .hli. ranilliUI Nur hark Malllaud . YOKllHAMA- Hr tleaiiK'r A.latle rnnr Hr hlu Mutton llallt . CDMIMIIO. I'KYLoN- Hr thin lily of lladtllnirton ... 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Circular ur uu riiiUMl. Are You Goniff EastV Be sure and see that your ticket reads via HE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. T PCII'k'il. r'. I ..'!. h niaaiMil Rra.a. CNNVbaiiYAL PILLS nrlglnmt 4V. tmy (JraU. A nntrihi' j7 SaMkrulUMl r. l.M.. ..em uk tt't.lrt Ftttll'it lit l-i Ur4 ait.l '..1.1 n.itl ol. 1,1't. rt'.iin. Tal. "'M tiany.'uH. nitiiira. mt,...,.i tMir-ii..,!., .' iim.itai., r Mnasa. In .INi..t t-1 ,.,rllftj.r.. l.uiannl. ..4 Ifrll.-r fur l atlli'." in r.rtrr. hr rrlarai M.ll. H',i:u i . ..n.i. w hrlep aratlcal I ifc,Alaill.na aaai .) Chonlc constipation Is a painful, dis agreeable and life-shortening difficulty. It deranges the system, causes sick headache, bad breath, and poisons the blood. It can be readily overcome by pe Witt's Little Early Risers. TheseJ little pills are great regulators. Charles Rogers. The democratic party of Massachu setts is like a piece of pie; but It Is not big enough to cut up and go around among a lot of candidates. New Or leans Picayune. They are so little you hardly know you are taking them. They cause no griping, yet they act rpilckly and most thoroughly. Such are the famous little pills known as De Witt's Little Karly Risers. Small In size, great In results. Charles Rogers. Neither Bryan nor Sewall ran carry his own state, or his own town, or his own ward, or his own precinct. If one's nelghbers. and personal frlendH won't trust him, who else should? Kansas City Journal. Many lives of usefulness have been cut short by neglect to break up an ordinary cold. Pneumonia, bronchitis, and even consumption can be averted by the prompt use of One Minute Cough Cure. Charles Rogers. John Boyd Thatcher got a very short run for his money. Washington Post. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Til ftt-ilmll. tguian, el 1 b n l4rr npfn S. Fpl:r MAN, lat. ol Fre.rn.in ft Ifulmel. U. L kAHLIi. lair ol Stoc kli.it. CM. COLUMBIA IRON WORKS FOUNDRYHEN Blacksmiths, Machinists anil Boiler Makers """"Kepamrfg'"? flI1 Kinds of IWaohinep-y Iron and Brass Castings General Blacksmith Work SPECIALTIES - Welch P.t.nt Wheel, Ship Smithing and Steamboat Work, Cannery and Mill Machinery. Marin, and Stationary Boil er. Built to Order. Specially equipped for lowers' work Correspondence lollcited 1 8th and Franklin. Phone 78 -Ova BREMNER & HOLMES Blacksmiths. rJpeclal attention paid to s-Uamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc LOGGING CfilUP fflORK A SPECIALTY 17 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth. Astoria. Or ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY READING ROOM FREE TO ALL. Open every day from t o'clock to IM and t:M to :80 p. m. Bubscrlptlon rates tl per annum. 8.W. COU. ELEVENTH DUANK BTS. WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Jno. B Handley & Co., 124 Third street, and get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while triers. CHICAGO. ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS and' OMAHA RAILWAYS. This Is the. GREAT SHORT LINE Bstwsao DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO And all Points East auJ South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Vs tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car Trains and Motto: ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given tnts road a national reputa tion. All classes of paaaengsrs carried on the vestlbuled trains without axtra charge. Ship your freight and travsl over this famous tins. Ail agents havs tickets. W. H. MEAD, F. C. 8AVJLQB. Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt 24s Washington st, Portland, Or. SEASIDE SflWJuILIi. A complete stock of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds of finish; mouldings end shingles; also bracket work done to order. Terms reasonable and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Offlce and yard at mill. H. F. L. LOGAN, Prop'r. Seaside, Oregon. O.R&N. gives choice or TRAjaSGOflTINEflTAIi ROUTES. Via Spokam and St. Paul Via Ogdeo, Denver and Omaha or St. Paul Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Astoria to Sao Francisco. Stale of Cal. Saturday, Sept. S. Columbia, Thursday, Sept. 10. Slate of Cal. Tuesday, Sept. IS. Columbia, Sunday, H.'pt. 20. Hlate of Cal. Friday, Sept. . Columbia, Wednesday, Kept. 30. Stale of Cal., Monday, Oct. 6. Columbia, Saturday, Oct. 10. Astoria and Portland Steamers. T. J. rOTTEIt. Leave Astoria Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at ( a. m. Iave Port land Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri days at 7 a. m. II. It. THOMPSON. Leaves Astoria Tuadays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 p. m. Lwive Port land Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at I p. in. IJAlLEt OATZEHT. Levi-s Astoria Mondays, Wednes days, Fridays and Sundays at 7 p, m. Leaves Portland Tuesdays and Thurs days at t p. m., and Salurdnys at 11 p. m. TELEPHONIC I.ave Astoria Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at a. m. Leave Portland Tuesdnya, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m. For rates and general Information call on or sdilreae Q. W. LOtJNsnERRT. Agent W. II. HtrnLDIJRT, Gen. Pae. Agt., Purlin nil, Or. e. McNeill, President and Manager. WHITE COLLAR LINE E, Astoria and Portland Telephone loaves Astoria Monday, WvilnoHday and Friday morning at t a. m. Leaves Portland Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday at 7 a. m. Uttlley Oatxurt li-aves Astoria Wed nesday, Friday and Sunday night at 7 p. m. Leaves Portland Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights at t p. m. O. II. and N. Co.'s steamers T. J. Potter runs alternate days with Tele phone, and It. K. Thompson runs al ternate, days with Bailey Gatsrrt Tickets good on all boats. U. B. SCOTT, President. E. A. Sci-ley, Agent, Portland. C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria. Telephone No. II. Beaver Hill Gilman Coal ..Try It For Family or Steam Purposes. CLEAN... Reasonable In Price ELMORE. SANBORN & CO. AgMita. Aastorla.