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THIS DAILY ASTOEIAN, ASTORIA, TIKVRSDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 103
Ufa gaila gstfflto. KTBUtHIO BT iiUnai-toIniDbiai FabMing Company. ASTOBIA, OllBGONi ASTORlaS BOILDIHO, " - - CAM 0TB KIT 11 ml of SabserlpUo. DAILY. Served by Carrier, per week iwiit bv Hull, ueruioutb IS etc 0 cts eeut bf Mall, per Year ...........7.0u " VIIILT, Sent by mall, per year, 2jD0 In advance, free postage to subscribers. Thi AiTOBiAWEuaranteeato IU advertisers the largest circulation ol any newspaper ub- labea uu uie uoiunioia mver. In future all item of local Interest forwarded to till u nice must be addressed to tne - City. Editor, TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, April 25. For Oregon and Washington, fair weather, slightly warmer. i Local weather for the twenty-four houra ending at t p. m., yesterday, fur nlshed by the U. 8. department of agrl culture, weather bureau: Maximum temperature, C7 degrees. Minimum temperature, 43 degrees. Precipitation, .01 Inch. Total precipitation from July 1st, 1892, to date, 75.96 inches. Excess of precipitation from July 1st, 1892, to date, 7.13 inches. THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. President Cleveland's assurance that the treasury notes shall be redeemed in gold, has bad a good effect. It will check the hoarding of gold and remove the distrust as to thvj intentions of the government. The export of gold con tinues, but the Boston and other banks are coming to the aid of the treasury. They are taking this course from pru dential as well as patriotic motives. It is their interest to maintain the national credit and prevent a run on the treasury for gold which wouid ten sue If It were allowed to go at prem ium, as in war timet, The run on the treasury would react disastrously on the banks and a widespread panic might ensue, causing general distrust. The causes are many that have re duced the gold in the United States treasury, to the bare limits of the $100,000,000 reserve. The export of gold Is stimulated by the moulding of that metal in Europe, by "free silver" agi tation in this country and by the re turn of American securities from Eu rope.o where the "free silver" move ment has produced deep dlBtruBt. The outward flow of gold is likewise partly due to the adverse balance of trade, resulting from the low price of cotton and other American commodities. Despite the hlghw duties imposed by the McKlnley tariff the country con tinues to buy, too frttly, ubroud, where the lavish Expenditure of Ameri can tourists serves also to drain gold from the treasury. This, year the sum mer exodus will not be as givat of heretofore, owing to the attractions of the World's Fair, but it always serves to enrich Europe considerably, at the expense of this country. The most effectual remedy for thv pending troubles, would be the repeal of the Sherman act, which cor;.tels the treasury to buy monthly four millions' worth of silver and pay for same In treasury notes. This needless expendi ture, imposed on the country by the silver agitators, serves to extract gold from the treasury, and replace It by silver bullion which cannot be used to redeem treasury notes on the public debt. This persistent purchase of sil ver la utterly Indefensible. It takes money from the people's pockets and Invests It In a metal which has depre ciated greatly in late years and may depreciate still more. This evil alone Is so flagrant and so burdensome that President Cleveland would be warran ted in calling an early session of con gress to redress it He could even with Impunity refuse to execute a law which has produced such pernicious results. But he will prefer to trust the sound common sense of the people, which will make itself felt in the end. A peculiar view of capital punish ment by electrocution is taken by a scientist in France, who declares that the electric shock as administered to criminals in New York does not kill, but only produces unconsciousness, aud that the victim is afterward flntshed by the dissecting knife. This view is not of For the Next Thirty Days, To meet imperative demands, I will offer) at Buch low prices on install ments, with easy payments, that particular Interest to any but scientists, am If inMi nnt Vii stn ulflmahi fjf. I I The popularity of the Union Pacific Is of a murderer. It is suggested that iii I beet determined by the superior service It . I accords to the traveling public in main electricity we may, perhaps, have the I tftiin(f two dally through trains to coming anaesthetic. The unconscious- ness which it Induces as applied by the sheriff of New Tork is certainly pro- The play of "Romeo and Juliet" was t-Ai.onttv rrfriinnA tn Maw Ynrlr ffltv. I and one "street In Verona was equipp - . . ed with gas lamp posts, and green let- o- v, m ,, Tf la nnf Miatprl ter boxes on them. It Is not stated whether the boxes bore the inscription "U. S. Mall," together with the hours ' of collection, but it 1J probable tney aia. Kansas City's defeated lady candi- date for mayor says of the result of the election: "My lady friends told me ttmtr ,n,,M trnta tnf ma Kilt T Dill nfrild I j ttvu u , they have learned the ways of the men wno make voting promises. xiuuiun ... TT nature Is all alike when politics art concerned With the salmon packing season come the freight solicitors of the vari ous railroads. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Following are the real estate trans fers recorded since the April 24th, as re ported for The Astorlan by The As toria Abstract, Title and Trust Com- pany: A. O. Burnes to W. H. Jones, lots 7, 8, and 9, block 24, Col umbia Second addition $ 400 S. O. Peterson to John H. Smith et. al lots 7 and 8, In block 4, Dement's Astoria, 95 John H. Smith et. al. to Jno. N. Nelson, same property Mary Ann Adair to Astoria Box Company, lots 51, C2, 63, 31, block 148, Adair's South Ad dition 200 WHAT THEY ARE GOOD FOR. Brandreth's Pills Are the Best Medi cine Known. First They are purely vegetable, in fact a medicated rood. Second The same dose always pro duces the same effect other purgatives require Increased doses and flnaJly ceasu acting. Third They purify the blood. Fourth They Invigorate the diges tion and cleanse the stomach and bow els. Fifth They stimulate the liver and carry off vitiated bile and other depra ved secretion. The first two or three doses tell the story. The skin becomes clear, the eye bright, the mind active, digestion Is restored, coetiveness cured, the ani mal vigor is recruited and all decay ar reted. Hranoretn s Pills are sold in every rug store and medicine stores, either plain or sugar coated. RECEIVER'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed receiver, appointed by the circuit court or tne state or uregon, ror ciai- sop county, in the suit of J. F. Fer- lien, plaintlli, versus Samuel Armll. I rlpfonrlnnr will fin Tuparinv Mnv 9H I 181)3, pursuant to an order of said court, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, all the tools, Imple ments, machinery, iron, fixtures una tock owned by the firm of Arndt & ?erchen, known as -"Arndt & Ferchen'a iliop," and Bltuated in the city of As orlu, in said Clatsop county. Said s:ilc ihall be at the said shop, and will be ontlnued until all the property shall lave been sold The said property and an inventory .hereof can be seen at said Bhop by ailing on tne undersigned. B. W. ROBSON, Receiver. DO YOU LIKE OYSTERS?. Those who wish to have the finest ohoalwater Bay oysters or clams by ihe quart or pint In Jars, can have them delivered nice and fresh by Hom er Fletcher. Orders left at The Asto rlan ofiice will receive prompt and care ful attention from him. LADIES' TEA Is a pleasant drink, which will be Dome uy the stomach without nau sea or griping. It acts thoroughly on m uver, aiuneys and reproductive or gans. A gentle physic, efficient diu retic, and is most useful In Bcant or poinrui menstruation. It aid dliroa. tlon and reduces corpulency; clears the complexion, rendering It fair, and re storing me natural tone of the skin, for it removes the bile, which by ac cumulation, produces the sallow, mud dy complexion, peculiar to the con stipated. Sold by all druggists. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. Office of above company has not been discontinued. Salmon and other ship ments solicited. Quick dispatch to all points East. Rates, and other Information at office of the company. Steamer Telephone dock C. W. STONE. Agent. AN EASY WINNER. The solid vestibule trains df the Chi cago, Union Pacific & North-Western Line distance all competition with ease It has the shortest line, fastest time! Union depots, and no chimin nr rii.. at the Missouri River, and is the pop- uio if vjsj u m r air ruuie. diillren Cry forPitcher's Castoria YOU CAN HAVE A HOME IN HILL'S FIB YOU SHOULD READ THIS. tnoroughly' equipped with all the latent fP' materially witn us last trams, tne pres- reach St. .Paul seven hours quicker and Omaha and Kansas City and intermediate point forty hours quieter tbaa uy line I Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad 1 if you are going Eual. low rates or fare, I throueh tickets, baggage checked to dcstl- natlon. jui purchasers of second class tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates Qf fare Mme M ftom j.ortittnd. Jf you have frtends In Europe whose passage you wish to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Pacific ofnce.steamer l Telephone dock, ana mane Known your I wants. Reduced rates via all the lead- ling steamship lines. All the patent medicines advertised in this paper, together with the choicest perfumery, "d touet a rueuj, etc can conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, I u,nji., Huu. ISO First street. Port. I and, have on sale the Dally Astorlan, I BU Limb HBIiuiq sawi uwb bhsw -livv. mornjng paper when they are here. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising merit. 21 Merchants' Exchange. San Fran cisco, is our authorised ajrent. This paper is kept on file at his office. NOTICE I Use Zlnfandel wine Intead of coffee or tea. DO cents per gallon. Dont forxet i . V. .1 -I..... V a ...... slan V-Hnnli Cognac and wine at Alex.. Gilbert's. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. , Notice is hereby given that the an nual moetlng 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 be held from 2 p. m. till 8 p. m. By order of the president. Attest, W. Li. KOliiJ, Secretary. Ui-st-rviiirr Praise. We desire to sav 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 romiliH do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popular ity purely on their merits. Sold by Chaa. Rogers, Druggist. hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria (Vhen Baby was sick, we gate her Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When sbe became Hiss, she clung- to Castoria, Vheo gheha.1 Children, she gave them Castorlc 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 alter taking one or two un certain steps fell to the sidewalk. When :,.i,i n i, , aa a ni.u';.n . . . . ' ,t . .. nmined t lie body, and pronounced heart dittast the cause of death. A peculiarly sad feature of the case is that Mr. II was on his way to Maine, to settle in the home of his boyhood. He had passed the previous ten years in the western mining country, and had amassed a fortune. If YOU have any of the symptom given in the followinptestimonials you should lose no time in seeking relief. From John L. Roberts, Slatington, Pa.: "I have stillered with palpitation, irregular pvhe, fainting and mothmng spelli, pain in nhouldcrf, tide, and arms for over forty yean. Vot 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 another, so my life was often in danger and I needed constant care. As my son had been cured by Dr. Milei New Heart Cure, he sent me three bottles. The first dose gave me liiHtitnt relief. Before using the last bottle I was completely cured. Although seventy five years old I feel twenty years younger. claim my cure to be almost a miracle." Here is a lotter from Mrs. John Kolges, of Cleveland, O. : "I had been troubled with my heart and stomach for years, but for six teen months had been confined to my bed. I 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 Curt does. I am much stronger. My appetite is splendid. I gain strength with every dose. I hare gained more in six weeks from your treat ment than in sixteen months from all the doctors." Dr. Milei Aw Cure for ihe Jleart is sold on a positive guarantee by all druggists. It is tafe, effective, agreeable-, and doe cure," Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY FlfflB EVERY LABORING MAM i Con avail himself of this golden opportunity, LOTS IN THIS CHOICE ADDITION F03 $75 EACH, AT $5 DOWN ON BOND, AND $5 PER MONTH. PUR HEALTH II May aVpend upon the way you treat i he warn, e c J"P, wh'c atur si. A few bottles of S. S. S. taken at the proper time may Insure good bnlth foe a year or two. Thereforeactat once, lot it IS IMPORTANT that nature be assisted at the right time.! uevi-r fails to relieve the svstcm of lm. purities, and is an excellent tonic also. He Wants to Add His Name. " Permit me to add mv name to vnur man niw certificates in commendation of the great curative properties contained in Swift's Specific (a 8. S.) It is certainly one ol the bca tonics 1 ever used. -J-HN w.uaniel, Anderson.S.C." Treatise o blood and skin diseases mailed tree. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, Atlanta, Ga. BUSINESS CARDS. A GIBBONS. . abiUUKK OF ACflOITNT nrf PROKESHION Al. H ink" if iff pun Orrics : With General Messenger Co,, 615 uanuiuuu set vja A CLEVELAND, A1TU. KNEY It law. Uffle -KlnnMv'a nsiv brink- hnii.tt..M u,, "u uraueYieve buoclb ; Up 8 lain. J Q. A. BOWLBY, A1T0MEY AXD COIICEIOR AT LAW - uiace on (second street, - Astoria, Or, JOHN H. SMITH. ATTOKNKlr AT LAW. Office In Klnuey'i new brick building, over Astoria National Bank, W. PARKER, EEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT vmue m uenwn street, Astoria, Oregon. D. EILIV JANSON. PHYrtlClAN St SlfKUirnv R mi Ottlceovt-r Osgood's Clothing B tore, hours, 10 to i, iivpti ui, i way in, ouuaay, iu u u in, DR. O, B, ESTES, physician An RrrROFnw ; Bpeclrtl attention to Disease of Women and ouwery. uiuee over uauziger'i store Astoria. TVDfl. A t rA A Kill vnu U DISEASES Vlf VVOMEU A ttPKCI ALTY hunrery by i r. J. A. Kultou. Onlce 178 Cass street, iloure 10 to 12 and 1 to 4 TAV TIITTI r- r PHYSICIAN, 8UKGKUN A ACCOUCHEUR. : umue, rooms s, 4 over Astoria NationaiBank, hours, 10 to 12 & 2 to5. Hesideuce. 639 Cedar st. T9. WALTER I. MOWS on U HuiViUiiJl'A'rHU; PHYSICIAN & SUR grtuu. C'lllCf . 4u4. Ill nl street. Hours 10 to 12 aud 2 to 4, Sunday 1 to 2 Keildeuce 408 lid street T P. MULLINIX. M. D.. JJ. Ulvwi hpeoiai iieaiiiu-nt for Catarrh in, oat Lungs, Kidney (iehlio-Urinary organs Oillce upslaii4,664 i'lilrd Sc. Hourj,D a.ui.a p.m. HICUABS HABUT. City Surveyor. ARRY A ISOM, O. B. ISOM. CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS, hoons t amd 6, OVER ASTORU NAIIONAL BANK. w. T. bubnst, j. yr. DRAPBS Burney & Draper, Attorneys a.l,aw, Oregon City, Oregon. Twelve years' experience as register uf (b V. S. Land un:oe here, recommends us lu out specially of Mining aud nil oilier business be- lure tue I Jinu mce or the imri, aim involv liig me practice oi me ueuerai uiuu umce. JROCKENBROUCH & COWIrta LAW OFFICE, OREGON CITY, OR. Special attention given to lauri business. Set- tiers on liuinesteans or pre-einpium claims and timber land purchases shown every advantage of tne law. l or assistance In uianlug llual prooi can on us. TH03. FREDRICKSON, 1'lt.vO lUNtik &o '231. West Sixth on eel. Foard & Stokes ariooisns Dealers In Gl ssware. Cinckerv. Shin Supplies, Tobacco, Wines and Fine Whiskies. Fine Teas and Coffee a HH-cially. 'I he Fuirst Display of frui sin 'tis i;uy, riesu on r.vtry eieanier. Co. iter of Third and West Klgnt-i olreets. CARNAHAN & CO tui-eensors to I. W. Case, Importer and Wbulusale and Keull dealer iu GENERAL MERCHANDISE Cor. Second an4 Cass Street, ASTORIA, OREGON HUNTER & MERGENS, Proprietors of the Portland Bucherinz Co.'s Markets C-'n.er Second aud FWnton str els. Uuiu.-r Third aud W e.-1 hlKluh stieets. H. B. PARKE E DEALER IN Lime. Brick, Sand, Fire Brick. Fire Clay. Cement, Mill Feed, Oats, Straw Hair, Wiiod Delivered to ordor. Draying, Teamiit and Ezprui Bwiniss. $4 mm I. "W. CASE RANKER. Tuirsiorc a Gekuul Bikiikb BrBiKEia. Drafts drawn available in any par of the 8 ana Europe, and on Hour Koiik, Uhina, Office Honrs: 10 A. M. to 8 P. if. Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. W. CASE, INSURANCE AGENT; REfEEi-ENTING Cerraas-.4aoricaii, Net York City, S. Y. I'aioo Kirt mJ Marin?, of New Zealand. National Fire lad Marine hi. Co., of Hartford. Connecticut fire lm. Co., of Hartford. Home Initial Iu. Co., of San Francisco. Pbtcnii, of London. I Imperial, of London. He York Plate Glass Ins. Co. TIX HI ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited on ravorauie Terms. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Monej "u uu rersunm ecuiny. KnrelKu and Domestic Exchange bought an WIU. D. K. Warrea, President. 3 L- III. -I r- v. : J.C. Irm,Bi, Vice President u. . n aires, 1 . 8. Wrliht. John Mobaoa, (Directors. n. v. laomiMos, I leo Bracker, J THE ASTORIA SAYINGS BANK Acts trustee for nrnnriitlnne anil l.,HI..l uals. lenoslta sollettoJ Interest will be allowed on savings deposits On ordinary saviua b-ioks 4 ner cent. nt annum On term savings booke 6 per cent, per annum. On certificates of deposit: for throe months, 4 per cent, per annum. For six months, 5 per cent, per annum. For twelve months, ti per cent, per annum. I. W. CA8E President iJ.-.A- BOWLBY Vice-President r2."S.fA .l2 " Cashier . a. vcmaai: t.eoretarv DiaicToas: I. W. Case, J. Q. A. Bowlbv. Gust Ilolimis. i. a. rage, Beni. youn, A. 8. Reed. K. J. Taylar. THE PORTLAND SAVjKGS BANK UK POKTI.AVI). nHKrtilN Paid un CHDital i-Mimi ouruius suu pnilli." DU,UUt i HANK DKKUM, President. u. r. i HUMftjOft, Vice-President ii. u.nituiiuN, uasnier CLATSOP LAND CO Incorporated with $25,000 Capital Stuck, Real Estate and Insurance Brokers. Kntarv Publlu aud Couvcyam eis. Hoecial attentlou paid to rents, paymuui of to sec, etc., for non reldents. 8olc agents lor Houth ABUirla, Pn.s pecti'aik.. Hemlock Park and Owen's Ailditiou, also b.-Kl vwHitide. biihin.Nn and ltiniiln nrnnnrtv suu.uuu t o uuieajt , in i airu St., Astoria .... u i O. A. STIMSOIf & CO.. BLACKSMITHING Ship aud Cannerv work. Horsenoelne. Wair ons miule and reuuired. i.o m wjrk iruuranteed uo v4ss street, opposite me mn Talk o.uot HUGHES & CO., Wbu mle and Retail LlOUOfl DEALERS. Importers ui ah hrnuooot Foreign and Domes Tie wuit-h. i nuorsana i.-iirars. J. H. Guttci iVntsniesasoecialtv. Vai Rlati Bottled Beer. Finest brands ol Key West ana isuuiesbiu LiguiB LiqmirB lor Medicinal rurposes. Familv Trade. Hollclted. All orders from th Uity ana liountry prorrruy nued. Squemoqne Street, - - - Astoria, Oregon I. XL. c 3ST, oo. Steamer llwaco Leaves Astoria daily at 7:So a. m. for llwaco Rll-iig at Tansy Point, and co .nectlnir with uilruiiil runuiiiK uorib at 10 a. m. an a wilb h.utl n slioitlwtiter Imv fur South Urntl. tlunalilne. North Cove And oilier poiiits tl Miigh to Uray's IIar our. iteiurniiK i-oniiecis ar, iikhcii witn paonersfnr Asturiaand N is tit Boata for i-oruana. JOHN It. UOULTER, L. A. LOOMI8. rw-cretHry. President. it. v. niiiii-Kl'. Bupeiltitendei.t. PORTLAND AND ASTORIA. Steamer Telephone. Leaves Astoria Every evenlnn excent 8undav at 7 p. m. Ar ires at Astoria Every day exceDt Sunday ai p. in. Leaves Portland Kvery oar except Snnday at 7 a. ni. J. W. TUN, Agt-nt, Astoria. K. a. melky, ucuerui Agent, 1'urtlana Or, JEFF'S RESTAURANT IS THE Boa Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town (And the Finest on the Coast.. Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specialty The Fiaest TTIim aad Uqaert. JT. 33, WYATT Dealer in Kardwsre and Ship Chanilsry, Pure Oil. Brlirht Varnish. Blnncle (Ml. rot- ton Cnnv Hemp 8nll Twine. Ird iMI, nrougui iron opmn-s vaivauiztea t'uc A&lia Qrooorlos, into. Agrlcullural Implements, 8wliig Ma-niachiue.-, Paiuta aud Oils. ST ADDITION. For - Thirty - Days - Only I make this offer. Less than one mile from Astoria Box Factory on Columbia river. Streets 75 andjalleys 20 feet wide. The CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY. CONNECTING WITH ALL TKANSCONTIN ENTAL LINES, IS THE OXTX.7 LUTE KCNKINQ Eloctrio Lighted Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL and CHICAGO AND .OMAHA and CHICAGO. The EXPRESS TKAIN8 consist of VE8TI- BULEU, BI.EtflNU, D1N1NQ AND PAKLOK CAKd, HEATED BY STEAM And furnished with every luxury known to mouern railway travel. Fcf Speed, Comfort and Safety this Line is Unequaled. Tickets on sale at all prominent rnllwav offices. for further information lnouire of anv ticket agent, or C. J. EDDY. General Art. J. W. CASEY. Trav. Pass. Afft. I'OIITLAND, OEEtiON. QUICK TIME TO SAN FRANCISCO -...AND.. ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA, Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the Sontliern Pacific Comp'y Thi ObIjI Routs Through Cliforni to nl Pointi East anf 8nth. he Scenic Route of the Pacific Coast PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS -ASS SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CARS Attached to exDm trains, afffwdlnir aiinrrlnr accommodations for second class passengers. For rates, tickets, sleeping car reservation!, etc., call upon or address B. P. ROO EltS, AmM ant General Prwlght and Pameuger Agent, Port and. Or.