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THE DAILY ASTOMA.V SATl'llDAY MORNINU, DKCKMIIKU 12, 18S.H.
gaily gtatovtaiu JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. Telephone No, . TKKM8 Or rUBSCRIPTlON. DAILT. Sent by mall, per yetr..... WOO Bent by mall, per month SO Delivered by carrier, per month 45 WEEKLY. Suit by mall per )r, U In advance, postage free, to subscribers. All communications Intended tor publi cation ahould be directed to the editor. Business communication of all kin.!s and remittances mult be ad.ltvsscd to The Astorlan. The Aatorlan guarantiee to Its sub scriber, the largest circulation of any jewspaper published on tha Columbia hrer. Advertising rates can be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astorlan, the second oldest weekly In the state of Oreeon, has, text . to U Portland Gregonlan, ths largest weekly circulation In tha stats. Jno. P. liandley Co., ara our Port- land agenta. and copies of Tha Astorlan asm be bad every morning at their stand. W Third street, I . . .. . Ths "Aetorlaa" hereby offers to doaale ON at HVXBRKD IHLLAK to 81. Mary's Hospital, payable aa Father Dielmau. srheaeTcr legal evldeaee Is pro duced shoving that any afteraooa saara paper published la Astoria has printed wlthta tha last nlaety days expiring be fore this arTer a single "special" ar ether kind f "telegraphic praas report," raosWad m tha wires altering either f tha telegraph emeee la Astoria, froaa sy polat aatsida of Oragoa. Astoria. Or., October IS. IKS. The Dlngely bill U likely to be the principal feature of the present con gressional session. "How long. Oh Lord, how long?" will Astorians wait for someone to start their Industrial enterprises. The rail road Is steadily progressing and will surely be finished on a certain date, h?n all the cards will be race up on the board. The entire country Is Interested In the revision of the interstate commerce act Senator Cullom'a cb.ef-d'o?uvre has not yet accomplished Its main object that of establishing equalised rates. Many burdens have been Imposed upon the railroads, the creatures of the public, which are Just as much entitled to pro tection as the public In its Individual capacity. The law meant all right, but has not reached the evils most needing regulation, for one reason that the com mtssioners have not had the power to enforce their rulings. A commission should be established composed of un biased members representing both the people and the government the people in the aggregate. The difference of opinion between Mr. Wlngate, Clatsop's representative In the state board of equalization, and As sessor Gibbons, as shown by Mr. Gib bons' communication In another col umn. Is evidently the result of a mis apprehension. It is apparent from the figures quoted that Mr. Wlngate com pares the aggregate valaatlon of town lots and Improvements thereon, as shown by the roll upon completion by Assessor Gibbons this year, with the aggregate valuation of siml'.a.- ptojerty in 1S'5 after the state board of equali zation had made its reduction. The latter included, in addition to the ten per cent referred to by Mr. Gibbons, a reduction of fifteen per cent In improve ments on lots. Mr. Gibbons undoubt edly placed what he considered a fair valuation on all classes of property, and while, with very few exceptions, tax-payers expressed themselves as well satisfied with the equity of this year's valuations as between themselves. It would seem that in comparison with as sessed valuations in other counties, Mr. Wingate Is correct In his claim that Clatsop has Invariably paid more than her share of state taxes. It may he well to add, that Mr. WlngaJe's views In this connection are heartily endorsed by the other members of the state board of equalization who visited this city yes terday. THE LEADER SHOULD BE SUP PORTED. It Is not denied by anybody that there is and has been a serious deficit. !t Is not denied that this deficit results, at least In part, from the provisions of the Wilson act. It Is, Indeed, claimed that the bill would have yielded better re sults if one of its important provisions had not been unconstitutional, but that is only rhfc greater jvason f,,r framing 1 another bill not open to that objection. It Is also c'aimed that Its results will be better in future, whn prosperity re turns. But there Is no evidence worth naming that prosperity can return un til there are larger employment and better v.ag-s fr American workin men. says tiie New York Tribune. Th'-y cannot buy if they do not earn. When twenty million wage-earners have em ployment only in part, and even then I at wages lower than they formerly re ceived, It Is not reasonable for anybi-dy to expect that the volume of business can be as great as it was when they were fully employed and receiving the best wages ever paid. Men who refuse to look these state ments fairly In the face Justify them selves by opposing political convictions. But, If patriots, are they not bound to those who have appealed to the people of the United States on this very ques tion and have been chosen to decide it by an unprecedented majority? A re fusal to give full effect to a decision of the people, deliberately made after years of trial under the system against which they have decided, cannot be considered in harmony with true pa triotism. It is the apparent duty of all good citizens, as Mr. Cochran so strong ly put It, not merely to refrain from factional or revolutionary opposition, but to uphold the president placed In power In such measures of relief as he may propose. He was chosen with full knowledge that he was a strong protec- tlolilHt, and believed moet beortlly In the protection of American Industry. H took care to make that apparent In hla leffh( every day from Ihe bvitlnnlnit to the end of the campaign. No division of the people In favor of a line of pub lic policy could ever be Riven If such a dccMon was not Riven In November In favor of the policy constantly advo cated hy Major McKlnlcy. It Is therefore right for patriotic men. however their personal beliefs may dif fer, to accord to the president-elect a full support In the measures he may recommend for the relief of the treas ury, tt Is not as If he were an acci dent, a man not known to have espe cial competence for this work. If the country nominated and elected him for any one thine more than another It was because he had shown marked ca pacity In this branch of statesmanship. When he ws one of the youngest mem bers of the committer on ways and means he was the one chosen alove others much older In the committee to formulate In a minority report the ob jections of the Republicans to the tarlrt bill roorted by the IVmocrats. His argument was so strong- and convincing that It became the arsenal of Kepubll- , cans In the ensuing campaign. When the Republicans gained control In the j house he w as so obviously the proper man for chairman of the ways and moans committee that he would have i hn appointed If the choice had been I left to the house, as he was appointed by Speaker Reed. I'nder his leadership the Act of IS) was framed and passed, and, while such measures are always the result of the work and advice of many men. It has been shown that an unusual share of the provisions of this measure were In the bill as originally submitted to the committee by Mr. Mc Klnlcy himself. The results of that measure are known to all the world. They are, in substance, the highest prosperity ever attained In this coun try, the best wages for American work ers, anrta striking decrease In the pro portion of burdens bearing upon the working class. What such a leader proposes, as the expert preferred by the people above all others to deal with this emergency, must by all parties be regarded with high respect. It must be granted by his opponents that, If they should suc ceed in seriously crippling his plans or in wholly defeating them, they -will I held by a great majority of the people responsible for such failure of prosper ily as may result. It Is for their in terest, merely as partisans, to see the policy of protection fully am, fairly tried, if they believe that It will not secure the results Its supporters desire. It Is lh4 Interest as good citizens anx ious to desire the full enforcement of that policy If it is the one able to se cure for the people the highest measure of prosperity. The old man who looks out at the world with clear and healthy eyes can not help feeling great gratification at the thought that his children have In herited from him no weakness nor ten dency to disease. The healthy old man is the man who has throughout his lift kept his digestion good and his blood pure. Not one in a thousand does do it Germs go through the healthy body without effect. Let them once find lodgment or let them find a weak spot. they will develop by the million and the blood will be f! of them. Instead of giving strength to the tissues. It will force upon them Innutrltlous mat ter, and the man will lose flesh and the 'more susceptible he Is to disease. Dr. I'KTce s Uolden Medical Discovery Is the only medicine that absolutely and infallibly cures all blood diseases, and almost all diseases are blood diseases. It Isn't a medicine for some one par ticular so-called disease. It is a med icine for the whole body. It forces out all the germs of disease, and replaces Impurities with rich, red blood. A conference of silver leaders at Wash ington Is said to have resulted In an admitted failure to combine the various factions Into one organization, and this seems to Imply a collapse of the fusion movement and a return of all the sil vexites of the last campaign to their former parties. Scaly eruptions on the bead, chapped hands and Hps, cuts, bruises, scalds, bums are quickly cured by DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. It Is at present the article most used for piles, and It always cures them. Chas. Rogers. David Bennett Hill will crawl out of hole long enough to go to the senate, but the hole will not be closed up be fore he returns to It again. To cure all old sores, to heal an Indo lent ulcer, or to speedily cure piles, you need simply apply DeWltt's Witch Ha zel Salve according to directions. Its ir.aic - IUe action will surprise you. Chas. Rogers. There Is a chance that the Kansas leis-lature will turn Peffer down for some other populist, and any change will suit the country. 1YEX W14 ARE THE BEST CIGARETTE SMOKERS who care to pay a little more than the cost of ordinary trade cigarettes will find tha PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS Made from the highest cm Cold Lea, grown In Virginia, and ars ABSOLUTELY VRF MAKES WOMEN WELL. Astonishing Record of Paine's Celery Com pound Among the Sick. 'Ail.' l".V. - wm;...4v!l :idfKf;ns.' -" Mr ' I. The fact that Palne'a celery com pound Is today relied on and recom mended, both In public and In their ow.i family circle, by so large a portion of the most prudent and thoughtful people In every community, should not be overlooked In determining one's choice of a remedy. Palne's celery compound Is the most successful, the most warmly praised remedy Just as it was, at the time of its discovery, the most talked of ever offered by a physician to his fellow practitioners and to the public. Paine's celery compound has more than fulfilled the great things that wera expected of it when It was first announced to med ical men as the discovery of that dis tinguished scientist. Prof. Edward E. Phelis. M. D.. LL. D. It Is the grand- est Invlgorator and strengthener In the I world. It offers an escape from nervous exhaustlon, neuralgia, sleeplessness and dyspepala to every man and woman who la robbed of health. The Dlngley bill Is not so bad but that there are people who think they can amend It, nor so dead but that they declare they can revive It, so there Is a fighting chance for the measure after all. THE IDEAL PANACEA. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New Dis covery as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, having used It In my family for the last five yean, to the exclusion of physician's prescriptions or other preparations." Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a minister of ths Methodist Episcopal church for (0 years or more, and have never found anything so beneficial or that gave ma such speedy relief as Dr. King's New Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial bottles free at Chas. RogUM' Drug Stora. The Boston board of health has Issued a regulation forbidding spitting in street cars under a penalty not exceed ing 1100, and the tobacco-chewers of the city will have to cultivate the bi cycle. IT MAT DO AS MVCH FOR TOU. Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severs pains In hit back and also thit his bladder was afrected. He tried many so-called Kid ney cures but without any good result About a year ago he begin the use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters Is especially adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost Instant relief. One trial will prove )ur statement. Price Mc and IL0O. At Chas. Rogers' Drug Store. In testing the new electric machine at the Ohio penitentiary for the execu tion of criminals, the officials tried It first on a dog, then on a mule, and are now ready probably to try It on a su pervisor. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. 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 IB guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by Charles Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. The Dlngley bill suits the wool men, but there are others. DeWltt's Sarsaparllla Is prepared for cleansing the blood. It builds up and strengthens constitutions Impaired by disease. Chas. Rogers. It Is to be a short session, and let us hope It will be sweet. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. U n aiiFjn. mm ti. - n.' m A' h " . . -. aiw "I have taken a number of bottles of Painc's celery compound." says Mrs. K. Warren Davhlson of S02 Warren ave.. Chicago, "and consider It the best of remedies, lit cases of Insomnia, aris ing from torpid liver. tii'UrnlgU. rheu matism, etc It has done for me all .that Is claimed for It and I cheerfully indorse It." i We all know women that are living on the "ragged edge" of nervous 'ex haustion. They eat their food without relish, sleep without refreshment, and worry along day by day hajf slrk. but refusing to believe It. The witen who are farther along In poor health than they think, are the very persons who would find an as tonishing help In Paine' celery com- pound. Its regulating action on their Jangled nerves, and Its revivifying ac- Hon upon the dlgeatlon and asslmlla- jtkm. are Just what their system Is In need of. Why should anyone not try It? Isn't It a sort of knock-down blow to bo told by yourandlady that the house In w hich you live and which suits vou perfectly has been sold' to some one who wishes to occupy it himself? ROYAL Baking Powder has beta awarded highest honors at every world's fair where exhibited. If McKlnley cbs not hurry up und announce his cabinet pretty soon there lots of people who are going to guess themselves bald-headed. OASTOniA. list vnfpsh Cleveland may be willing to approve a compromise tariff bill, but the coun try Isn't. TO Cl'RK A COLD IN (INK DAY. Take laxative Uromo Quinine Tablet. All druggists refund the money If It falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas Rogers, Druggist. In these days when ribbon, lare and even flowers are used on fur garments, an old sealcskln can be made quite a chic garment, provided you use haste in Its renovation. FAILING MANHOOD General tnd Nervous Debility, WrakneM of Boor nrd Mind, l.iTH;ts o! K.v. - i or 1 ji:i" In .i't ;! Vor.: c. ' ' r : ?Iftiil,Of'l i ' V I r u llo.V .j t. : .. . f.f rt e,V 1 ' , - . Fy4lWd.rt'xS fnlO'5-T?v.."Tn. a, v:t. 'H'-VJ- Ayii l;nefi's n u 1 a y . Men ttlfy from 00 Scted ; oil r.ve;,-a Countries. Send for Dik-HI- u ux plaualiun anil proolo, nmi.---'l im iImIi inn. ERIE MEDICAL C3.,Buf alo.N.Y- Signature la printed la BLUE diagonally across the OUTSIDE wrapper ' 1J of every iT bottle of m (the 0lf'nl n lj y and Genuine) fl Vy ir .Worcestershire SAUCE Am a tarther protection mgulatt mil ImlttLtiong, ' AgeoU for ths Uaitsd Mat, JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. N. V OUTWAKl) 1K)UN1) OKKGON CHAIN KAUKO.) tl.AII. AugUKl .1 m bsrk., , II Her thlp..,. 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Ili'.mi'..rk .. .. i'sintirlsii Prlnrmt ....lUnvKslniuiilh ' 1 'K liinnilh , vain ItLtaju n-1'i slmoii. I a I y Unlit, vsliiv .'4 iti. biu. value jV.Hu. uallilila fl ii.r. alii l).uu K -Ali l.lil. lln r, viua M,al. V II -lil.ii.ai tibia Hour, vidua IM.ixO lAiau U.WI tibia llmir, value M,aua INDIO Absolutely Dry and Pure Tropical Climate I'ronounet'ti lv l'livsicians the nuxst Fivomlle in Amt-rira fur sutl't'ri'i" fmni . . . Lung Diseases and Rheumatism Many Remarkable Cures Tha objections urgatl against Indlo la tha past b) tha larga uumbara who othtrwlsa would hava basn glad to taks advantaga of Its baneflclal cllmata, has bn a laok of sultabla aocommodatloB. Ths Southarn I'sciflo Company takes pleasure In announcing that savsral Commodious and Comfortable Cottages hava Just baan araotsd at Indlo station, that will ba rantsd to aoplloauits at ra aonabla ratsa. Thsy ars furnlshsd with mod era oonranlanoaa, suppllrd with purs artesian water and so situated aa to glvs occupants ail tha advantages to ba de rived from a mora or leas protracted residence In this delightful cllniate. (From the San Francisco Argonaut) "In the heart of the grrat desert of the Colorado which the Southern i'aclflc t'aversea thera Is an oasts called India, which. In our opinion. Is the sanitarium of the earth. We believe, from prreonal Investigation, that for certain Individuals, there is no spot on this planet so favor able." Q. T. Stewart. U. D., writes: "Tha purity of the air, and tha eternal sun shine, fill one with wonder and delight . . . Nature has accomplished so much that there remains but little for man to do. Aa to Its possibilities sa a health retort hers la tha moat perfect sunshine, with a temperature always pleasant, a perfectly dry soli, for rain Is an unknown factor; pure osygen, denes atmosphere and pure water. What more can ba desired? It Is ths place, above all others, for lung troubles, and a para dlaa for rheumatics. Considering the number of sufferers who hava been cured. I hava no hesitancy In recom mending this genial oasis as tha haven of the afflicted." INDIO Is 6l2 miles from SAN FRANCISCO and 130 iiiilra from LOS ANfJELES Fare from Los Angeles l).oc For further Informailon Inquire af any Southern Pacific Company agent, or address E. P. ROOEH8, Asst. Gen. Pass. Art. H. V. Co. J. B. KIKKL.AND, . Dlt. Pass. AgL Cor. First and Alder sts., Portland, Or FOR TILLAMOOK NEHALEM AND OTHER COAST POINTS STEAMERS R. P. Elmore W. H. Harrison Augusta.... OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER For FrelKht and Passenger Rates Apply To ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. AGENTS R. O. AN. CO., Agents, Portlsnd (Kprlssil slid Corrwlml iary Krlilsvl t s i l.iinlll rorli IIIIIVSli ihm VIsillroaiiH'k . I tn I'url Natal... j mi Liverpool HU Alo Hsy I, mi i nrk I mm 141.1 ..-Mi Hull Nov. ii!" No A II i,ivm l,tl 4.1.UI da.iaai 44. Ml pljirt 4I,I T.4fl K HI,rJ 4,lv1 4.. ta.slK tt,iH a.'.UU ;,i;.t 4,4NI ,.iak1 ..i.UJI l'l II NI..MI IIA'W M.Hkl al.iW 4.'.I4 Mi.njl itJ.liif M.v7a Ml. 11 Jii.il I 1 .a M,li M.IIW ll..'" W..W .'I. Ill) nJ.IJ M,!lll ',4.1 4V( t.1,lBJ lUiaiJ 4i,n j,i"; Ml, I "J 4A.7H1 l.4 tiki ., 1JU Slii.iik Jir.t Ul.l . iv. t.i.' tpsi . Itm 'l.'.'lV. .n urs Jltl'iirk I ".'aaa iilifa rlulir. iAuu lo 44HI i'll bran. T VKSSELS ON THi: iHkviimI autl l rost saii-sd ran and NkwIhIU -,ihl lleiiry Vlllard I'Al, I.Alt Mr bark lllihlaml rora.ll.. Mr bark liacva ...,.. UVRHriml- I - Hr hlu Ki-llaure Mr .Ills ulen l-ea.. , NKWi'A.-I I.K. N. 8. W. Hr baik raii.ll.l.I Hr ahip i llr ol Madras . Mr alup llleoelvan, u... Hr bark Kolaerk.hlre KID I'K JAMilHit- Mr.hip k.ttn I fiomsal. Hr aluti I'euswerml hm.,. Hr eaia te Her lrk l.llis...M YUKOIIAMA- II r lu ii Million Mailt Hr ship A.lailc I rlin ef I,er alilli I'sil HM. mm.. JlllMK'll'Klt- Hr bark Heaallll I'nHT 1'IKIK- llr tlil I'url Jai'kaon SANTA Kl ISA I.I t- Hr .hiu Vurll(rn Hr ahlp lbaiiluu 1.1 il A- II r bark Hollo Hrahin Aiiervatalth l aalle... Mnl.l.KSHn Hr Hv Klnkofs. MHANi.llAI Ant I ii I'liehall. , TIF NTs IN ' Am hkln Aililemls .- OA I'K TOWN llr ahlp Rrtllih Peer. HIAliu Hr tinr il.waulr M AZAT1AN tier bark ColrloitM).... Mhl.Uol KSK ilr bark I'sinhrlsn Clilrflaln. PANAMA Hr aiilu AuMdrtk. I'altail Nii'Viiie..,...!! Hi'bliinili ... Kee arlrnihi arr rnoniss heviee ...... Kubertsoa. havaer Howtsinla . !Aititeratin Itstliaeen.. .. ll.Ue .. iHivles ... i 'Thomas . . , IViklin I .iMi'ilurtry.. iHimiiuaen,. I . 'I'errr ..'Jonea . Hurray ,. Ilsllwese . ,'willlaiua HKrKHKNCKfs I Iruo l-Nov. Blh. 1 H, W. Total lonoaa-e on the war Same time In l"Uo-4l,rM. Ksine lime la sw4-,Ta. Hustler's Astoria Twentieth St. nntl McKee Ave. Good Reason Why Lots ...Are Selling... ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO. 48a Bond Street. MANHOOD RESTORED BCrORC no AFTCR CP ri DEN VI ttnntbn nl rmUtrm urn nil vnH unttnia. Thai rfawun nlTirrn r not mrwl br Imrinni In bmntiiMi mnftf per fot tmnhlwl vtth MA.Illa. rttrilKNRIaltifonl-r'kmwnrnitH U)OiirllltMiiofM rUnn. huiuvtlimmi. il A wrltinm"ntffjr1vaaVi'1 m,tny rfiumwi ir an txtit-n not uluui m uruuuioiiiur jjOa. tMi.lxrr.rV.r miUl. H4.i..lf(.riraiclmilarJil l.allnioiJlavU, AddmM DA VOL fflKUlCIN CO P, O. Uox l7tt, &sn Krwwtaco, Cfcl, Pw fktltb CHAS HOUKUH. m Commercial HtnH-t. When you write To your friends wliit 4ir 1'ianliiK Wrst to vlHlt you, jUNt ucM a p"St acrlpt Ilka this: "V.e sure to take the IlurllnKton noute. It's muih th beat." Tou arc qultu safe In doing- this bcrauso our ervlec FKOM Oimihn, Kanaaa City, 81 UhiIh, Chicago, and all other aviuthern and outhcajit ern cities la Just aa Kood as our aervlce TO those points. And that as ev eryone who la acquainted with it will testify, la the best thero Is. Tickets and tlme-tablci on application to the lo cal ticket agent. A, C. SHELDON, O. A Portland, Oregon. FROM NOW UNTIL SPRING Overcoats and winter wraps will be la fashion. They can ba discarded, tempor arily while traveling- In tha stesm-hnated trains of tha Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, For solid comfort, for speed and for safety, no other Una can compare with this great railway of tha West FLKKT-lS'.Mi-?. an I r I' k ii. I'lKilaml r'l.mr Mllla"" "TIL. Itlaatl i ( Hiiianii J It err la,ii .M.iOl " M.:ki 4 1. mm !.iikl 4I.OJI ""lii'.'Viii" 4". U 4.',-"l III .MM 44.JIM MliU A,', Jim III. Mil 111. mm HI iiai n i,lW I.1.IUI '"tlMk'aV Wl.ml n; .iaiu pli.mi iai.it at M ll t.1.l"l ll.'.l 1 sital liax.iaal ilj i VI. 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"',""' ' -Hm.ll Hn,h lrhi.rraoaU.al ta.,l.ai.n Mai Urauuu. l-SUaia- V2 ATSOfllA PUBLIC LIBtAY READINO ROOM FRBB TO ALL. Open every day from I o'clock to l:M and l:U to 1:10 p. m. BubscrtpUon rate It J)r anaum, 8.W. COR. ELEVENTH DTJANB BTi. AN ENIGMATICAL BILL OF FARE, For a dinner, served on the Dining ear of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul Railway, will ba aent to any address en receipt of a two-cent postage stamp. Apply to Oeo. H. Htafford, General Pas. Sanger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chi cago, Illinois. y.tlllKaj jr j i 1 1 i'i.i '3 o..M.'l )g gaVJf not u uripiur. Tk ' r.nl. anftlaiiM. (i7l'Hia9Gii WwViaeiaatri.o Vwt 0 Saala.uA