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PUBLISHED BT IsUriaa-toluHbiat Poblitchinfc Cwpanj. ASTORIA, OBKUONi Autohiak Build ino, - - Cam Btbht Ih of SabMrlptioi. DAILY. awAif h ParWnr np witiik IS ctt hunt b Mall. Der mouth......... eeut by Alall, per You.. ...7.oa WIKKLY. Sent by mall, per year, $2.00 in advance. Free postage to subscribers. Tub aitortait Euaranteeato Ita adrertisen the largest circulation of uy uewspaper pub- uuiea ua u uoiumuia mver. . In future all Item of local Intermit forwarded to Uil office must be addressed w ihe Cirr Hditob. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, April 26. For Oregon and Washington, fair weather, slightly warmer. . Local weather for the twenty-four hours ending at S p. m., yesterday, fur nlshed by the U. S. department of agrl culture, weather bureau: Maximum temperature, 52 degrees. Mlnlmu mtempwature, 43 degrees, Precipitation, .10 Inch. Total precipitation from July 1st, 1892, to date, 75,95 Inches. Excess of precipitation from July 1st, 1892, to date, 7.29 Inches. The current rumbr that the Union Pacific intends to build to this city sug gests possibilities which, however re mote, it might be well to consider at this time. It see ma an accepted fact that that company Intends building to the mouth of the Columbia rivfer, but contingencies might arise which would lose the road to thla city, and give It to soma point on the north shore. For Instance, should the Union contemplate building down the south shore and se curing terminal grounds at the west end of town, there would be two ways of reaching thj site selected, viz.: Through the city along the water front, or by skirting the peninsula 'from John Day river. The latter route might not be acceptable, and In that tevent the granting of a right-of-way along tlit water front would be the only alterna tive. The advantages to property own ers ivisultlng from the adoption of the latter course are too plain to need enu-i meratlon here; yet It Is within the bounds of possibility that objections might Va urged by persons unable to appreciate the benefits of the building of a railroad contiguous to their wharf ninnai4v RhnuM annti n. nllMtlnn Arlua. It would be well to remember that much of the property on the north shore be- ... longs to Union Pacific officials and their friends, all of whom would nat urally rejoice should any of the clll ttens of Astoria place insurmountable obstacles In the path leading to theli own prosperity. Professor Smith, the Canadian states man has returned to his home In Toron to after a visit to Washington. Ht has acquit v;d an Immense estimate oi ,of President Oroveer Cleveland. Ht says that Mr. Cleveland to a great ex tent dominates both partite In th. United States, and adds: "With the ex ception ot Lincoln, I know of no mar. during ; my acquaintance with thi United States who has been such an Influence upon politics in that coun try," The opinion of Mr. Smith will bt Indorsed to the fullest extent and li. all Its force by the 2,500 appointed and disappointed applicants tor tne tcuvrai offices which have been filled slna March 4. Grover Cleveland Is a very In fluential man In the politics of the United States. New York is awakening to the ne ceeclty for better county roads than aiM at present to be found even In the Empire State. The road bill, which authorises the lupervlcera of any coun ty to adopt the county road system, to appoint a county engineer, and to des ignate such roads as are to be Im proved and maintained on a county basis, has passed the assembly, This U a modest start, but great possibilities are involved If the counties take ad vantage of the opportunity now opened be'fore them. When shall it be said that th beginning of road reform has been Inaugurated In Oregon? ; . ' yWr.. Cleveland may be called upon Mttten congress meets again to designate the clause in the constitution.;; the For the Next Thirty Days, - To meet imperative demands, I will oflerjat such low prices on install ments, Avith easy payments, that United Btatea statute, which confers upon the president authority to tram fer thm authority vested in a legally accredited minister to a foreign country to a man who has no legal status what ever, and it may prove the most diffi cult task he has ever undertaken. If Emperor William succeeds In forc ing his army bill through the Reich stag, he will be In a position to give somebody on this side some "pointers" for next winter. Hon. David A. Wells, probably the most radical free trader in the United States, has Veen invited to assist Sec retary Carlisle in the preparation of tariff bill. Henry George shouldn't be slighted. What is nonsense to some Is fortune to others. For Instance, "Boom-de- aye," which has netted Lottie Collins $25,000 in a few months. The socialists in Brussels appwir to be tough citizens, differing in only one respect from our socialists; they are as ready to fight as to talk. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Following are the real estate tram fers recorded since the April 24th, as re ported for The Astorlan by The As torla Abstract, Title and Trust Com pany: E. H. Willis to Mrs. Mary Flynn lots 4, 9 and 10, in block 4, Riv erside $ 160 United States to John Johnson. SW 1-4 of sec. 25, T 7 N, R 8 W, patent Herman Witte to P. A. Trullln- linger lot t in blk, 9 Chelsea... W. Case trustee, to J. B. Arndtlots 37and 38, tract 1, blk 28 Hustler and Aiken's J. B. Arndt to George Capman Samti property 600 340 700 Cordelia Robb to M. M. Walker lot 8. blk 89 McClure's Astoria Anna Clara Bobs to W. H. Zum- walt lot 23 tract 2, blk 28, Hustler and Aiken's 140 FUNERALS. E. W. Kuykendall, the leading under taker, having completed arrangements to purchase goods direct from the fac torles, regardless of middle men, has made a great reduction in the cost of funerals: S 5.00 Coffins reduced to 8.00 8.00 Coffins reduced to 5.00 25.00 Coffins reduced to .... 18.00 WITH HEARSE. 36.00 Coffins or caskets re'd to 26.00 40.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 30.00 60.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 40.00 75.00 Caskets reduced to.... 60.00 125.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00 SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS. Welch Block, 718 Water St., Astoria, Oregon. WHAT THEY ARE GOOD FOR. Brandieth'B nils Are the Best Medl cine Known. First They are purely vegetable, In tact a medicated food. Etecond The same dose always nro. Juces the same effect other purgatives require increased doses and finally cease acting. Third They purify the blood. Fourth They invigorate the dlges- lon and cleanse the stomach and bow ls. . Fifth They stimulate the Uver and tarry off vitiated bile and other depra- ea secretion. The first two or three doses tell the tory. The skin becomes clear, the ye bright, the mind active, digestion s restored, costtveness cured, the am nal vigor Is recruited and all decay ar- lested. iirondretn s mis are sold in every ,rug store and medicine stores, either ilaln or Bugar coated. MORTGAGEE'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given, that the un signed has taken possession of tht tock of goods formerly belonging to 'eter Lamar, for breach of the conat ions of a certain mortgage given by inld Peter Lamar to the undersigned, .nd that I will soil the said goods at rout to satisfy said mortgage and costs uid expenses. WILLIAM ANDERSON. April "24th, 1893. Ryan & Co. 637, Third street, have Just received a full line of 1893 patterns In wall paper, .and comprising all the latest designs and shades, at the low est prices.,. Call and see them. . DO YOU LIKE OYSTERS?. Those who wish to have the finest Shoalwater. Bay oysters or clams by the quart or pint In Jnrs. can have them delivered nice and fresh by Hom ar Fletcher. Orders left at The Asto rlan office will receive prompt and care ful attention from him. children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla Vhen Baby was sick, we (are her Castorla. Then ah vaa a Child, she cried for Caatoria, Vben h became Miss, aha dung to Castorta, Then aha had Children, the (arc them Caatori; AN EASY WINNER. The solid vestibule trains cY the Chi oago, Union Pacific & North-Western Line distance all competition with ease. It has the shortest I Into h.ict .i... Vlln !jpp0t8 change or delay B th. XII........ r,..." - -- - --'.' World's Fair route " 106 PP" lOU CAN HAE A HOHE IN HILL'S FIBST ADDITION. YOU SHOULD READ THIS. The popularity of the Union Paclfla is best determined by the superior service it accords to the traveling public in main taining two dally tlirouKh trains to Omaha, St, Paul, Chicago and points east, thoroughly equipped with all tho Intent aDDllanceu for the comfort and aufely of its patrons besides shortening the distance materially with its fast trains. The pres ent train schedule enables passengers to reach St. Paul seven hours quicker and Chicago twenty-four hours quicker. Omaha and Kansas City and Intermediate points, forty hours quicker than any line from the Pacific Northwest. Patronize the Northern Paclfla railroad If you are going East. Low rates of fare, through tickets, baggage checked to desti nation. All purchasers of second class tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates of fare same as from Portland. If you have friends in Europe whose passage you wish to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Pacific oftlce.steamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. .Keaucea rates via ail tne lead ing steamship lines. All the patent medicines advertised in this paper, together with the choicest Cerfumery. and toilet articles etc.r can e bought at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Astoria. ' ' ' ' ' Handley & Haas, 150 First street, Port land, have on sale the Daily Astorian, o that visitors need not miss their morning paper when they are here. . L. ' P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Fran cisco, Is our authorised agent.. This paper is kept on file at his office. v NOTICE I Use Ztnfandel wine lntead of coffee or tea. 60 cents per gallon. Dont forget Peach and apricot brandy, also irencn Cognac and wine at Alex. Gilbert s. -STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. ' Notice Is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Astoria Building and Loan Association will be held at their office on Tuesday, May 9th, 1893, for the purpose of elect ing directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other bus iness as may come before the meeting. The election of directors will be by ballot and will Ws held from 2 p. m. till 8 p. m. By order of the president. Attest, W. L. KOJBI3, Secretary. Deserving Praise. . We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills. Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have nev er handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfac tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, 'and we stand ready to refund the purchase price. If satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popular ity purely on their merits. Sold by Chus. Kogers, druggist. STRICKEN DEAD. TRUSTWORTHY STATEMENTS. A recent New York dispatch reads : "James C. H , a fine looking and apparently healthy man, was observed to stagger while walking on Fifth Avenue this afternoon, and after taking one or two un certain steps fell to the sidewalk. When picked up he was dead. A physician ex amined the body , and pronounced heartdiieat the cause of death. A peculiarly sad feature of the exse is that Mr. 11 was on his way to Maine, to settle in the home of his boyhood. He had passed the previous ten years in tlie western mining country, and had amassed a fortune. If YOU have any of tho symptoms given in the following testimonials you should lose no time in seeking relief. 1 rom John L. Roberts, Slatington, Pa.: "I have suffered with palpitation, irregular tne, fainting and mothering ipeut, pat tn ikoulder. tide, and arms for over forty yean. tor twelve years have been treated without avail by prominent physicians in my neigh borhood and in New York. Growing con stantly worse, smothering spells followed one mother, so my lile was otten in danger ana I needed constant care. As my son had been cared by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, he sent me three bottles. Ihe first dose gave me uutanl l-eli. f. Before using the last bottle ( was completely cured. Although seventy- !ivo years old I feel twenty years younger. claim my cure to be almost a miracle." - Here is a letter from Mrs. John Kolgcs, if Cleveland, O.: "I had been troubled with ny heart and stomach for years, but for six teen months had been confined to my bed. had four of the best doctors in the city, but none of them could benefit the weakness of my heart. I also had dropsy and rheumatism. I never took medicine that relieved me at once as Dr. Milei New Heart CSirt does. I am much stronger. My appetite is splendid. 1 cain strength with every dose. I have gained more in six weeks from your treat ment than in sixteen months from all the doctors." Dr. Mdei New Our for the Heart Is sold on a positive guarantee by all druggists. It is mfe, effeeiivt, agreeable, and doe cure." Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. The Royal Baking Powder is in dispensable to progress in cookery and to the comfort and conve nience of modern housekeeping. Royal Baking Powder makes hot bread.wholesore. Perfectly leav ens .without fermentation. Qual ities that are peculiar to it alone. EVERY LABORING MAN OR EUIC Can avail himself of thif golden opportnDity. LOTS IN THIS CHOICE ADDITION FOR $75 EACH, AT $5 DOWN ON BOND, AND $5 PES MONTH. Cures Scrofula Mrs. E. J. Rowel), Medford, Mass nvi tut mother hat beenenredof Scrofula by the useof four bottles of gj; ,fU!r lE5 SLIf, Jh.er.iri LJ tment,anUl)eiiiK reduced to qui to , nw W)n,UtlJJ of health, as it was thought sbe could not live! INHERITED SCROFULA. pirei my little boy of hereditary bcr.f ula, which appeared all oyer his lace. For a v.n, i up all hope ot his recovery, when finally I waa Induced to use PL .s A few hntti.. cured him, and no symptoms of the disease remain. ua. T. L. Matbkrh. nim.neryme, fluaa, Om book on Blool and Skin nitcaio milled trte. swirr bcihc Co.. Atiwu, c. BUSINESS CARDS. A GIBBONS, FROKKSHIONAl. uliiK-KPL-Ptrn Offich s With General Messenger 00-618 A A. CLEVELAND. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 'c-Kinney's new brick bulhllDir, eorner -"- uouoTkoto auoeiB ; up stairs; J O.A.BOWLBY, A1T0RM AID COUICELOR AT LAW OfBce on Second Street, Astoria, or, TOHMH. SMITH, ' tl ATTORNEY' AT T.AW Office In Kinney' new brluk bulldlmr. over Astoria National Bonk, "y W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT viiuue iw ueu ion street, Astoria, Oregon. PHV.1TOIAN & HUUUUON. It OM 7 OtBceover OsKood's Clothing 8tore, hours, 10 to W ni, 2 to 6 p, m, 7 tos p m. Hunday, 10 to U m. DR. O. B, ESTES, PHtfmflAN a'nd SURGEON. Hpecial attention to Diseases ot Women and Surnery. Office over Dauzlger's store Astoria. Tn. a JJ 1JIHEA3 43 US YvDMKH A NPMI'IaT.TV burgrry l 11.J.A, Fulton. Office 178 Cass street. Hours lo to 12 and 1 to 4 JAY TUTTLE M, D., filYSlOlAN, bUHUKun' AOOOUCIIETJR. Office, rooms 8, 4 over Astoria NationsBank, hours, 10 to hi 2 to5. Keaidence. 689 Oeuarst. DR. WALTER I.HOWARD. llUMUS.jrATHlU Pai'SIOlAN & SUB g n. Office, 454. Tlnnl strsat. llou.il ID to 12 aud 2 to 4, Suuiliij 1 to 2. Ke.,liieuce 4ti8 Sd street T P. MUI ULLINIX. M. D., J J, (J I Tea .inecial 1, eminent for Catarrh, iuival Lung, hi inn, hiuupv Geiiuo Urinarv oruans OOlceupstalislU Lit! ilrd tit. IIoum,!) d.ni,a p.m. RICHARD BARUT. 0. R. ISOM. City Surveyor. JJARRY A ISOM, CIVIL ENGINEERS AND 8CKVE'0B8. KOOUS S AND 6, OVKR ASTORIA NA1IONAL BANK. W. T. BUBJilT, J. W. DBAFJCB Barney & Draper, Attorneys Oregon City, Oregon, Twelve vears' experience us reiflstcr of th D. 8. Lund ODice lu-re. recoinineiul us In oui specially of Mining aud all oilier buntnes bo- lore me uuia i.mue or tne nouns, and invoiv ing me practice oi tne ueuerai iuia uiuce. JROCKCNBROUCH & COWING. LAW OFFICE, OREGON CITY, OK. Ppeuial attention gtveu to land business. Het- lieu on nouiesteaiig or pto-einpiion cialmi aud timber laud purchases sliowu eveiy adv:uit;iK of the law. ror assistance in making dual prooi can ou us. THOS. FKEDRICKSON, l'U.U 10 Sb.it. .u 231. Wost Sixlh olreei. C. P. UPSHUR, SHIPlv NG and COMMISSION Astoria, - Oregon. CARNAHAN & CO UPClllor to L W. Case, Importer and Wbolosale and Ketail dealer lu GENERAL MERCHANDISE Cor. Second and Caas Street, ASTORIA, OREGON HUNTER & MERgENS, ' Proprietors of (lie Portland Bu-cherinT Co.'s Market Corner Second and rVnk n str els Corner Third and Wet biklull street. I. W. CASE BANKER. TuXUVn A 6KHZBAL BaHKIMO BfJBIHISB. Drafts drawn available in any par. of the 8 and Europe, aud on Hong Kong, China, Office Honrs: 10 A. M . to 8 1. H. Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. W. CASE, INSURANCE AGENT ' " " REPkE.SENTINO cnaait-Amcricaii, Row fork City. S. Y. Union Fire and Miripf, of New Zealand. National fire and Marine In. Co., of Hartford. C oncetticnt Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford. Home Sntnal Ins. Co., of Sai Francisco. Phsnii, of London. I Imperial, of London. New York Plato Glass Ins. Co. ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Accounts of Firms and Individuals boliclted on favorable Terroi. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Hone) MfnHcu uu rersortai Pecutny. foreign and Doiaejtlo Exchange bought an P. K. Warrca, President. J. K. HIksIsi. Cashier. J.C Ormesi, Vice President u. a. narrea. 0. H. Wrliht. Joha HoImo. Director). H. 1. 1 Botnpsoi, Thee lirackcr. THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK Acts as tnmtee fur orporatlons and ludlvld uals. Ik-DOsitK iolicltfi.l Interest will be allowed on aavlnini dnnniilu 0 lUUUITBi On ordinary saving h-ioki 4 per cent per UllUJlli On term savings boosj per cent, por annum ror tureo uiontna, 4 per cent, per annum. For six monlhs. 5 per cent, per annum. For twelve months, 6 per cent, per annum 1. W. LAMIS Pi-Pallium J. Q. A. BOWLBY Vit-e-PreKldenl FRANK PATTON Cashier W. E. DEMENT Secretary directors: I. W. Cane, J. Q. A. Bowlby. Gnsf Holmes, C. H. Page, Beni. Youni;, F. i. Taylor. A. 8. Keed. THE PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK fF I'OHTLAND, OUKUOJf, PI1 UP CfDItRl . tOfiO.iTOf ouriuimuu proniN tiO.uW ' itniUL 1'bn.UlUi rn BKlOUl, D. P. 'I HOMPSON, Vice-President n. u. oijiAi lUiN, caanier CLATSOP LAND CO Incorporated with $23,000 Capital Stock, Iteiil Estate and Insurance Brnlrera. Knt.i-v Public aud Couveyau.eis. Special attention pant to reuts, payment oi tuxes, etc.. lor nou residents Bole agents lor South Astoria, Prus- peciraia, Hemlock l ark and Owen's Addition, also bi-Kt sniiiiiie, bui-lnem ud Inside property nuu.i-iiwirc nurHiii;, I Hkru SI. ASloria. G. A STINSON & CO., BLACKSMITUING Blilp aud Cinuerv work, llorso.iiioelne. Wair- oiib leude and repaired, -o ki work ginranteeil ui' i. ass stieei. oi-posue i no ' wu lain, one HUGHES & CO., vi it.,: va'.e and Retail LrOUOR QEALERS. ImporttiB oi .ui ;i,-i.niiol Foreign and Domes tie vtiues Mouorsand Clears. J. H. Gutiui V 'ilssies a specialty. Vai Blab mnueu awe. riaoji uranasoi ike; westani Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. Fuuiily Trade Uollclled. All orders bom tht uuy ana uounuy pron"t wy nued. Squemoque Street, ' - Astoria. Oregon oo. s Steamer 11 waco leaves Astorlu dully at 7:3o a. m. for Tlwaco i-nlii,p at Tansy Point, ami co.'iiectliiic with rallroaii running north at 10 a. ui, aud With boiiN n sdunlwater bay for South Ifeiid, (iunsblne, North Cove And oilier points tl rough to Urityia liar. nor. nemrnii s tniuieci nr. nwaco jkiiii eamorsfor Asturaand Nlajht Uoati for t'oruaiia. JDil.N it. UOULTER. L. A. LfK)MIS, Mtirelary. President K. V EfiMi KI1. Supeilutendei t. PORTLAND AMD ASTORIA. Steamer Telephone. Leaves Astoria Every evening except Runda at 7 I-, ui. Arlvurat Astoria Kvcrydav ezcent SuudaT at t p. in. Leaves PortUnd Hvcry na? ecopt Bi nday at 7 a. m. V. W. f TON K, Agi-nl, Astoria. C. A. sekliY, 'joneral Akuiu, Portland Or. JEFFS I1ESTAU11ANT -13 TI1K- Boa Ton Ton Restaurant in ths Town (And the Fiuest on the Coast.'. Dinner Parlies, Banquets a Special! Thi Fiaeat Wises aid Liij.ors. aT. 13. WYATT Dealer In ' - Harftyare snj Ship ChasUry. Pure Oil, Brljzht Varnish, Wale nil Cot tou Canvas, Jlemi) Sail Twine, i.ard oil. Wrought Irou Spike, (ialvauirted Cut Nails G-rooorlos, 2Ht o. A.(irU-ullnrl Impli-mepts, Swlng M ii!achlue, Palms and Oils. For - Thirty - Days - Only I make this offer. Less than one, mile from Astoria Box Factory on Columbia river. Streets 75 andalleys 20 feet wide. The CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY, CONNECTING WITH ALL TRANSCONTI3T ENTAIi LINES, IS THE- 02TX.7 Z.Z2TS RUNNING Eloctrio Lighted Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL and CHICAGO AND k0MAHA and CHICAGO. The EXPRESS THAINS consist of VE8TI BULED, BLEEPING, DINING AND PARLOR CARS, HEATED BY STEAM And furnished with every luxury known to modern railway travel. For; Speed, Comfort and Safety this Line is unequaled Tickets on sale at all nromlnent railway offices. ror further information inaulre of anv ticket ageut, or C. J. EDDY, Genera Agt. J. VV. CASEY, Trav. Paw. Apt. l'OBTLASD, OBEUOJf. QUICK TIME TO SAN FRANCISCO ..AND- ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA, Via the Ht. Shasta Route of the Southern Pacific Comp'y The Otljl Bonte Through California to aj Points Bait and Ssulh. he Scenic hult of the Pacific Coast PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CABS Attached to express trains, affording siid rior acrouimoriatloi!S for second clasn piuueiiKers. For rates, ticket, sleeping car resfrvations. etc., call upon or addnHs K. P. ROG Kits, Assist ant General Freight and Passenger Agut,PorV and. Or.