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THE DAILY ASTOUIAX. Tl'KDAY MORNING, NOYKMRKlt 8, !!!.
Sally otmiam JOHN T. LtOHTKR, Editor. Telephone No. M. tkkma or aritiH'Kirriox. DAILT. Bent by mall, per yetr aX) Sent by mail, per month 50 Delivered by carrier, per month 4$ WEEKLY. Bent by mall per year, 8 In advance, postage free, to subscriber. All communications Intended for publi cation should bo directed to the editor. Business communications of all kln.lt and remit tancea must ba addressed to The Astorian, The Astorian guarantees to It aub arribera the Unrest circulation of any .aewepaper published on tba Columbia iver. Advertising ratea can be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astorian, tha second oldest weekly In the atata of Oregon, has, next to tba Portland Oregonlan, tha largest weekly circulation In the atata. J no. P. Handler Co., are our Port land agents, and coplea of The Astorian can be had every morning at their stand, It Third atraeL THK RESl'LT TODAY. Tae Aatorlee lieeoky offtre lo donate SB HI'MIKII) DOLLARS la St. Mary'a aaptUI, payable aa damaaal to rather Dtetaaaa, wlwamr legal eThleawe la p ro sacea akowtag that any aftenaooa aewe- sapOT pablldtad la Astoria kaa printed wltbJa tka laat alaety daya explriag be fore thla offer a tingle special" ar ether kind of "telegraphic preaa report." taealead ever tha wlrea catering either f the telegraph emcee la A a tori, fraat amy point aaulde or Oregoa. Astoria, Or- October 15, ms. There li no compositor employed on the Astorian who Is not a member of the Typocraphlcal Union. The usual union scale of wacea for the Pacific coast Is 45 cents per thousand ems for day work and 50 cents per thousand for nlsht. This statement Is made for the benefit f some of Hofer's Populist friends who have tried to counter on the Asb rian's exposure of the methods upon which he conducts his paper, the Palem Journal. These men would have It ap pear that the Astorian Is a rat office whi n It Is the only office in this city exclusively employing union men. BE CAREFUL HOW TOU YOUR BALLOT. MARK In every election held In this state since the introduction of the present election law It baa been found that many ballots could not be counted by the election officers because they were marked In such a manner by the voter as to make It Impossible to determine bow the cltlsen Intended to cast his vote. Contrary as It may be to the general Impression, thla difficulty In fig uring up defective ballots Is not by any means confined to those cast by Igno rant or Illiterate voters, but is often due to carelessness or misinformation on the part of men of more than or- dlnary Intelligence and education. In the experience of election Judges and canvassers these mistakes are due to the omission of the educated classes to make a proper study of the ballot, and their assumption that no instruction Is needed to enable any person of intelli gence to pick out from a plainly print ed list of names and unmistakably des ignate the candidates of his choice. The Ignorant voter, on the other hand. Is usually suspicious of some trick which may be played on him in the form of his ballot, or at any rate is so distrust ful of his own power to discriminate from the long and complicated sets of names which he sees upon the ticket that he almost invariably asks the ad vice of some friend either In or out of the polling place. An examination of the form of ballot provided this, year by Secretary Free silver Klncald shows that the party des ignation of such Populists as Hofer and the other Bryan electors on the ticket is ' printed with the word Republican tacked on the end so as to bring this misleading word directly In line with the true party designation of the four Republican electors on the ticket Whether Klncald arranged the ballot this way for the express purpose of knocking out or stealing the votes of Republicans in favor of Bryan is. of course, not now known; although it is probable that is exactly what he Intend ed to do. It will be remembered that the Democrats made a fight against the use of their party name In connection with the Popocratic ticket, and that that fight was decided In their favor by the attorney general of the state, but Klncald, getting wind of what Mr. IJIeman's opinion would be, forwarded his certified form of the ballot to the various county clerks before he could be stopped. No objection seems to have been mode by any Republican to the use of that party's name in the form of the Popocratic ticket, notwlthstand Ing that It Is ten times as objectionable and misleading as the use of the Demo cratlc name. Fortunately, however, the .fact that the names of the four Re publican elecotrs come first on the tick et makes It much easier to checkmate this Popocratic scheme that It might otherwise have been. The names of these electors appear In another part of this morning's Astorian, followed by the Populist electors, printed with the same designation and In the same form as they appear on the ballot. It can thus be seen how apt a careless Re publican voter might be to mark his ballot for eight electoral candidates, because they all appear to have the word Republican after their names. In such a case, It Is hardly necessary to say, the ballot can be counted for no ene, and the Republican so unfortunate as to make such a mistake will have voted to decrease McKlnley's majority instead of Increasing it by one as he intended to do. Let each voter be care ful to remember for himself, and to in struct every other. Republican with whom he comes in contact at the polls today, that the way to vote for McKln lcy Is to make a cross opposite the first four names on the ballot---8trp right there and fold up bis ballot and hand it In. McKlnley will be elected today, and with him enough congressmen and stnte legislatures to eneure the passage dl rectly after the fourth of next March of a tariff bill for the protection of American labor, and In the words of the candidate himself, "the mills, not the mints, will be opened." For some weeks past ninny KepuMI" cans have not felt that this was assur ed. It was feared that the strength the silver crime, especially In the mining states of the Wast, would be strong enough to secure the election of a son nte which would place silver before ev erythlng else. This hits changed. PreS' ent Indications are that McKlnley will overwhelmingly sweep the country and Republican leaders are confident that when he Is Inaugurated president h. will not oi-.'.y find a house of repre sentatives In thorough sympathy with him, but the other branch of congress will also be In favor of protection an honest money. The fear was that while a majority of the senate woul be Republican, the majority would not be large enough to overcome the op position of the silver Republicans, who might attempt to amend the bill, as was done In the last senate, so as to provide for the free coinage of silver, and thus either kill the bill outright or send Major McKlnley a tariff bin which he could not sign and be con sistent with his former record. It is now regarded as certain that majority of the next senate will con sist of simon-pure Republicans, who believe that protection Is a better rem edy for the existing commercial de pression than would be the free coinage of silver. As at present constluted the senate consists of eighty-nine members. There Is one vacancy from Delaware, caused by the failure of the legislature to elect a successor to Senator Higgins, the full membership of the senate be ing ninety. Politically the senate is divided as follows, according to the Congressional Record: Republicans. 48; Democrats, 39; Populists, 3; independent, 1. Among the Republicans are included Stewart and Jones, of Nevada, Dubois, of Ida ho, Teller, of Colorado, Brown, of Utah, and Mantle, of Montana. These men are no longer members of the Republi can party, and being supporters of Bryan during the present campaign, they should be classed as Democrats or Popocrats. Deducting these six from the Republican strength, and adding them to the Democratic, there are: Re publicans, 40; Democrats, 45; Populists, 3; Independent, L The Independent is Kyle, of South Dakota, who Is really a Populist. Senators are elected for a term of six years, and It Is arranged that the terms of some expire every odd numbered year. Forty-nine of the present mem bership of the senate will continue to hold office after the Inauguration of McKlnley, and the term of thirty sena tors will expire March 4th, next year. In each case the election of their suc cessors will be determined by the posi tion of the legislatures on the currency question. Twenty-eight of the hold-over Repub lican senators will be trustworthy Re publicans. Mantle, Pettlgrew, Cannon and Stewart have left the party, mak ing a loss of four to the Republicans. Carter and Shoup aided In the blocking of the tariff In the last congress, but are now loyal Republicans, and have been before their constituents this cam paign establishing a record on which they cannot very well go back. They have repeatedly ld them that the tar iff Is more Important than the silver question, and have tried to hold them in line with that argument. In addition to these twenty-eight who will work earnestly for tariff revision, the Republicans must have seventeen additional voters to give them a tie, which would enable them to win, as Vice-President Hobart would have the casting vote. They are reasonably sure of eighteen which Is one more than they need. These will come from the following states: Iowa, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Maryland, North Dakota, New York, South Dakota, Oregon, Vermont, Illi nois, Kansas, California, Connecticut, Washington, Wisconsin, and Indiana. They can afford to lose one of these states and still have the forty-five, which with the vice-president would give a majority. There are also three doubtful states which the Republicans may capture. If the McKlnley tidal wave Is as strong as many people ex pect it will be. These doubtful states are Idaho, where Dubois is now sen ator; Missouri, now represented by Vest, and Florida, where Senator Call will either be succeeded by an honest money Democrat or a Republican. Con ceding the Democrats all of the doubtful states, and one of those which are cer tainly Republican, and the protectionist honest-money men will be in a majority with the assistance of the vice presl dent. There Is also renewed hope of Repub lican success In Beveral of the Southern states. Whether this hope Is justified by success or not, the Republicans am sound-money Democrats are fully de termined to make a fight today wher ever a lair tight can be bad. Mates with such strong leanings towards sound money and protection as Vir ginia, Louisiana and Texas, will not be neglected simply because the odds are so fearfully against fair play in the de termination of the result. In some of them it U known that there Is a major ity against Bryanlfcm, and a strong at tempt will be made to give it expression In votes today. A fight will also be made In (.very district for sound-money candidates for congress, and whether 8 t rr vri "A Scorcha.''' fUJWifei UUJ' Tobacco Dealers say. that ; "BATTLE AX" is a "scorcher" because it sells so fast. Tobacco Chewers say, it is a "scorcher" be cause J 0 cents' worth goes so far. It's as good as can be made regardless of 5 cost. For JO cents vou tret almost twice as much as you do of other J v ri'n craae Dranas. ? or not any of the Southern states give their electoral vote for McKlnley, there reason to believe that every one of them, except Mississippi, will elect one or mere sound-money congressmen. It is also entirely within the bound of possibility that Virginia and North Carolina will be found tonight to have given their electoral votes for Wm. Klnley. MANLY VIGOR ONCE MORE In harmony with the world, 2000 completely cured men are singing happy praise for the Kreateat, grand est and most suc cessful cure for sex bal weakness and lost vigor known to medical science. An account of tlilsuxn Urrul dOtcnvrry, In book form, with ref erences and proof, will be sent to suf fering men (sealed) free, Fn)l manly vigor permanently restored. Failure Impossible, ERIE MEDICAL C0.,BUFFALO,N.Y. WA Although a very busy man. Dr. R V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., has found time in which to write a great book of over a thousand pages, entitled. The People's Common Sense Medical Ad viser. In Plain English, or Medicine Simplified. Few books printed In the English language have reached so great sale as haa this popular work, over fiSO.OOO copies having been sold at (1.50 each. The profits on this enormous sale having repaid Us author for the great amount of labor and money expended in its production, he has now decided to give away, absolutely free. oOO.Ono copies of this valuable Look, the recipient only being required to mall the World's Dls- ensary Medical Association, of Buffalo, -V. Y., of which company he is president, twenty-one (21) one-cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing only, and the book will be sent post-paid. It is a veritable medical library, complete In one volume. It contains 1008 large pages, and over 300 Illustrations, some of them In colors. The Free Edition Is precisely the same as that sold at 11.60 except only that the books are bound In strong manllla paper covers Instead of cloth. It Is not often that our readers have an opportunity to obtain a valua ble book on such generous terms, and we predict that few will miss availing themselves of the unusual and liberal offer to which we have called their at tention. Thanksgiving day will hereafter be olworved In Canada simultaneously with the American observance of the holiday. The time may come when Canada will celebrate the Fourth of July. Springfield Republican. ROYAL Baking Powder has heea awarded blzhcst honors at every world" fair where exhibited. Frank James, the ex-bandit of Mis souri. is out for Bryan. He has always been for free sliver, and the free-riot clause of the Chicago platform Is es pecially pleasing to him. Hartford Post. OABTOniA, tall Hfuiue f It a em CJeorgli and Florida have notified the populist domocrcu-y that they will not give to Ilryan more than half of the Cleveland pluralities of 1S92. St. Louis Ulobe-Democrat. TO Cl'KK A t"OI.I 1! ONK f V, Take laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If It falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Druggist. Is there any democrat that thinks that there is a future for the demo cratic organization that supports Bry an? Is there any democratic who thinks that the political management of the democratic organizations supporting Bryan can lead to anything but speedy and total destruction? Utlca Observer. CAUSES OF NERVOUSNESS. The maladies which above all others cause nervousness, are dysneuuia. bil iousness and constipation. The great sympatheitc nerve which connects the epigastric region with the brain, is al ways InJurlouHly effected If the stom ach and bowels are disordered; a per manent derangemnet of the functions of those organs reacts by sympathy upon the entire nervous system. Ilos- tett'.T s Stomach' Bitters, in restoring tone and regularity to the digestive apparatus, and overcoming constipa tion, permanently remedy the nervous complaints which originate In aliment ary weakness or disturbances. They are the very best nervine that can be used. By eradicating the exciting causes of nervous weakness, they per manently overcome the disability it self. But this is not all. By checking the maladies which cause nervousness, they build up anew the system weak ened and depleted by nervous disease. Bryan has dropped his crown of thorns, but Tom Watson continues to remain a thorn In the side of Mr. Bry an's prospects. New York Press. Tetter, eczema, and all similar akin troubles are cured by the use of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It soothes at once, and restores the tissues to their natural condition, and never falls to cure piles. Charles Rogers. Kansas still maintains Its reputation as having more politics to the acre than any other state in the union. It has eight electoral and six state tickets In the Held. St. Paul Pioneer Press. The cure of Rheumatism has often taxed medical skill, but Its prevention has been very ecsy by an occasional use of Simmons Liver Regulator. It keeps the liver well regulated, and the system free from poison. Therein Is the secret of health. "I have used It for years for Indigestion and Consti pation, and alio found It glvis one re lief from a touch of Rheumatism." N. Hughes, Lonlsburg, N. M. B-ar In mind that the republican party has nothing againrt silver. It simply objects to stamping a lie on 50 cents' worth of silver bullion. Silver Is a useful metal, and all sound-money men are in favor of coining as much of It as can be kept In circulation at its face value. Kansas City Journal. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. When a Kentucky mob eggs the sec retary of the treasury, one of her cit izens, It Is time Kentucky was put for ever in the republican column, it needs civilization. Buffalo Express. 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 De Witt's Little Early Risers. These little pills are great regulators. Charles Rogers. Everybody may as well get ready for big business after the election . It Is bound to come In with the advance agent of prosperity. San Francosco Call. They are so little you hardly know you are taking them. They cause no getplng, yet they act quickly and most thoroughly. Such are the famous little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Risers. Small In size, great In results. Charles Rogers. Tit fu ll mill rlgutut rriry Bryan would not have been success ful as theater press agent. He Is too modest, taciturn and unimaginative. New York Tribune. . Pure blood means good health. De Witt's fiarsaparllla purifies the blood, cures Eruptions, Eczema, Scrofula, and all diseases arising from Impure blood. Charles Rogers. OUTWAM) BOUND 0KI5G0N GRAIN FL1MT 1S!)."H5. sept mil. mi. pi. ah. aiimihI Mr bark . . IK llr tlilp In Am ililn .., bll' b.tk.. m llr ulilii ,.. a llrbn V ,. . 4 llr bnik... 7 nr Mr II llr alii II llrb ik .. I:i r . II Mr nM . 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ThutnM th 1110AI Hrah i Knekliun! lUueii I.rt! lia)AI llr ahlp Vaiiduaml hvi In hi luuAl NAi.An.Kl- 1 ' Hr l..-k.l ilta I .IMVIOOAI Am. Trailing Co .i .... 1WI ... IM0, .. I1'M ... i'l I ID A I IOOAI lOOAl iniAi AAl AI IUUAI J H t'mnemu A Co. 1 Allir 13, I'B.ii',1 A lljer. 'J June 'j. p .Mi ll l.lianl - no rlnle, III Bay of Hlai-ay: June IA. r N, lA W 3 July nib, i'a-i.i-,1 siiiKiiMire. HEPKHENCRM 4 Juna 6th,!0M,B W, I Iron llilo Kin de Jaimlro prior to July 4; will have to illai'harga iait ot raign. Aug. 4, aoltl 'Juuu Uiua 01 cergu lalW'il again A tug. 13. Prtl.hr.l. r'. t n,'l.k Maaiaa4 Rraa EN HY.iJYAL PILLS "nifinni mm mlf VrtilN. arc -..'ui cilai.ta. woum mt Irutist ' i'kkUr KnUh Ot A MtW U"- I 1 , Krai twil i.M t4tkM i'i wt'h i.iu fi'.hiin. Tat. mn iber tt'ftt 4nQtvm4 AvWiftAa tinu tn.i ;nirufi.a Alllrnfel.il mamAaU la HtmiA ft frtulr. I'stiaottUiA mm4 'Hllrf ftp Ln'Mi-aa," in Mltw. kr Mr Ml.lt h,Mji. ! timnvilil. Mme W iJf-ttlAU. I'kUtttjllLe &m JkT F - 1 in RREMNER & HOLMES Telephone HJacksmiths Special Attention Paid to Steamboat Re- fiairing. iomerliooing, Etc. LOGGING CAMP tUORK A SPECIALTY 17 OI.NKY NT., hut. ilil and 41b. Half way 'round the globe. Lffej If all the rnlls owned by tin; r.urlliiKtun linnte ivr re plneed end to end. they would reach more than half way nround the globe. If alt the cars owned by the IlurliiiKton Houte wero put one behind an other, they would make a train 275 miles long. Mere blirncss Is not ev erything, however. Qual ity counts for much more. What travelers want Is Is to bo transported qulfkly, safely, and with comfort. That Is Just what the Burlington Koute doeM. Oinalia Chli-ago Kan con City St. Touls. Write for Information about rates and trains. A. C. SHELDON, O. A., Portland, Oregon. Are You Going EnstV Be sure and see that your ticket reads via HE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. T -tkav 0.R&N. oivKfl choice or e -2- TRAHSCOJlTIJlEflTAL ROUTES. Via Spokane and St. Paul Via Ogden, Denver and Omaha of St. Paul Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Cbalr Cars Astoria to San Francisco. Colilinlilii, Tuoeday, Oct. SO. Hlalit of t'nl. Kunday, Oct. ti, t'lilumlila. Friday, Oct. 30. State of Cal. Wislnanday, Nov, 4. Columbia, Monday, Nov. . Hlato of Cal. Halurday. Nov. 14. Columbia, Thursday, Nov. 1. Htate of Cal. Tuesday, Nov. 14. Columbia, Sunday, Nov. St. Astoria and Portland Steaoan. T. J. roller lenvm Aatnrla at 1 a. m. dally rsi-epi Humliiy. Iavre Portland dully at M p. m Hunday exi'ppliHl, Sat urdays al 11 p. m. Telephone leave Astoria dally ex eept Hunday nt 7 p. 111. Leaves Port land dally except Humliiy lit 7 a. in. For rales and general Information call on or address O. W. LOUNHIIKItRT, Agent W. II. nURLHURT, Oen. Pas. Agl., Portlnna. Or. E. McNKILL. I'resldent and Mannger. WHITE COLLAR LINE Parties desiring the best of Job printing at tha lowest prices should call at the Astoria Job office before going else where. CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. This U the GREAT SHORT LINE Between DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO Arid all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerleu Vi tlbuled Dining and Sleeping Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given Uils road a national reputa tion. All classes of passengers carried on the vestlbuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over this famous Una All agents have tickets. ' W. H. MEAD, F. C. BAViOH, Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt 148 Washington st, Portland, Or, flic ej ta e BDn-iwiiannona ramMlr for tiiiiiiirrhina. Olnat, Hparmatorrfafra, Hhltaa. unnatural dla. I chartfna, nr any lnllaninia lion. Irritation or uiiiara. 1 .oaiaalw, tloo of 111 11 co 11 a main. irHEEMmCHIMirritO), liranaa. Non-aalrlugnut. old ey Vrngglata, or aanl In plain wrapprr, ly eiprnaa. pnipalil. fol m xe bm iiiiinn VTA " r.iciiTl.o T" '1 l (ID. r I Imllltw. U.7A. CircuUr ga rwiuwi. Astoria and Portland Telephone h-nves Astoria dully ex cept Hunday nt 7 p. in. Leaves Port land dally except Hiimlny at 7 a. in, T. J. Puller leavm Astoria ul 7 11. m. dally except Hunday, Leaven Portland dully at M p. 111., Humliiy excepted. Hat iinlnys at 11 p. 111. Tickets K'snl on both boats. V. II. HCOTT, President E. A. Heeley, Agent, Portland. C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria. Telephone No. 11. ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY READINO ROOM FREE) TO ALL. Open every day from I o'eloek to l:M and l: to 1:10 p. m. Bubsorlptlon rates It per annum. B.W. COR SLBVDNTM 4b DUANB m. Most so-calltd "salmon twlnts" are ool ored with golds. The adds rot the fibre and render the material useless. In th office of Elmore, Sanborn 4k Co. Is an ob ject lesson that ought to b examined by all fishermen. It Is the whole of the material used In the manufacture of Mar hall's twine from start to finish. Go there and examine th4 color right through. Tou will see then why Mar shall's Is called the best In the world. AN ENIGMATICAL BILL OF FARE. For a dinner, served on the Dining ears of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, will be sunt to any address on receipt of a two-cent postage stamp. Apply to Geo. H. Heafford, General Pes senger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chi cago, Illinois.