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ilJ5 1)A1LV ASTOKIAN, ASTORIA. WEDNESDAY MOENTNG, MAY tt, 18!3
FVBUSMDBT Asttftt6)HBMM fiWbiklBX CiBip&nj, ASTORIA, ORSQOHl UMiui BoiuDixa, - - - CajM Btbmt Inn ef 8bwritlM DAILY. RnnuA n Currier, oar week ........ 18 ct tit bi flail, oer month. out by JtMi, per Kem ...-.........rJ.UO wimr. (eat br mail, per rear, (2.00 In advance. If roe pgua W suUHUibers, rum is-rnatA miaranteesto )U advertiser the lancee eircalauoQ ol ny newspaper .pun ished on uie uoiumout niver.. . In future all Item of local Interest forwarded to Uiu oince mail do addressed io ine Cur EDITOB. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, Or., May l.-For Oregon and Waehingrton; light, rain; Blight temperature changes. - For Eastern Oregon and Washington, fair weather Local . weatbec for . the twenty-row bourn ending at B p. m., yesterday, fur nlsbed by the U. S. department of agri culture, weather bureau-. ' Maximum Umparatura, 63 degrem, . Minimum tamperatura, 48 degree. .'. Fradpitation, LlO lnobea. Total precipitation, town July lat, Wi, to date., 77.58 Inches. Exceaa of precipitation from July 1st, 119 to date, 7.48 Inches. . Astoria has long felt the need of a pleasure reaort convenient to the city, aad now that proposition has been placed tefora tha people, it la not un reasonable, to mippoea that tha pro jector will meet with encouragement In fact, no bona Ada and reasonable effer waa aver rejected by our cltl cene: and fn the past, when any project fcaa fallen through, it haa been due not to apathy or want of public spirit on their part, but entirely to the failure ot the promotor to meet his engage ment. Mr. Nolf plan, as will be ob erred, baa bean somewhat modified, aoa it la also proposed to establish the resort at Fairfield Instead of WiUtama prot Tha Investment should prove a profitable on for shareholders,, and as Mr. Nolf la wllUnr to furnish bonds as security for the faithful performance of his portion of tha contract, the peo pla ahoald some forward with their Wonted spirit of progression and lend their moral and financial aid. Itaay uousca are advanced by Jurors ukUg to ba relieved from duty, but tha Amertc&Rt usually so fertile of re source; baa been fairly outdone by an Englishman who was endowed with a crmnclenea so very sensitive that he ob Jected to be sworn on the ground that "ha would not be able to take sufficient Interest in the case to arrive at a fair aad Just Judgment." He did not pre tcad that his mental organization wa Incapable of balancing evidence, but merely that It was unable to form a correct Judgment in an uninteresting case. The force of the excuse was ad mitted, aad the rights of consclenct vindicated by the man being allowed fronj further attendance during the term, Bavaral liquor sellers recently est&b llDheA themselves on the ice bridge at U Falls of tha Niagara at a point hm fliatanos on the American side of tha middle of the river, and vera arretted by United States Ooverament offlcera, who were certain that arrest ineaftt conviction, ''But tha rum-eellurs," tha Buffalo Courier saya, "went back to tha treaty of Cheat, mada la 181, and to the last tra.ty of IMS, and showed that they bad been o Cfcnadlaa territory all the Wall tha boundary Una being near fta shorn on this) Bide." It does not oeoeMarlly follow, thea, that because a ian sells whisky ho la not cultivated, Tin faflnrs of tha Australian banks tt du largely to reckless trading In real estate. Tka banks lent money freef Co repla who Invested It forth- wit tv land, expecting to reap large proats taorafrom, but tha expected rise i)vsjr aajat and tha borrowers were uaifttt to pay th banka, which were brood aaspead la oomsequesca. There wn Ilka state of things la St. Paul. JBllavtisbt tew years ago, but by tut fontlos th boakg averted a panic, Oaorg W. Chllda. Whose fame for taterprteOj aad liberality la world wide, kt made sjs tmportaat Improvement ta ik) Publla Ledger, wkloh ha has con For the Next Thirty Days, To meet imperative demands, I will offer at such low prices on install mtnts, with easy payments, that ducted with so much success since 1865. Henceforth each page will be of the same !:' as The Astorlan. The regular paper will be sixteen pages, but on special days it will be enlarged. The prosperity of this great Journal is such that Mr. Chllda is able to deliver it in Philadelphia for twelve cents per week, His three presses print 120,000 copies an hour, and each form is stereotyped in eighteen minutes. Fanners should be ready to turn the dry weather to account when it comes. Nature will soon make up for the lost time by generous sunshine. Those who have seen the arid plains of Texas, Dakota and Montana will not find fault with tha extra moisture in Clat sop county. ' The Cubans have again unfurled the flag of freedom and are in a fair way to rescue from Spanish control, the last remnant of the once imperial domains of Spain. The Spanish gov ernment should hasten to grant the Cubans homa rule, before it is too late. By attempting to evade the laws the Chinese immigrants will provoke more stringent legislation. The Canadian Pa cific may also suffer if it promotes such incursions as that of the steamer Dan ube, which is on her ,way to Portland with 634 Mongolian. The president was an easy winner in the first round of his four-year con test with the senatorial wing of his party. With a few exceptions every nomination he made was confirmed, al though there were several of them that should not have been. All honor to Chicago! The World's Fair, to which she invites all nations, represents an Investment of $28,000,000, and la the grandest of all the great expositions. The whole West should rejoice at the success which the Garden City has achieved. It must ba highly pleasing to tha la boring men who helped to vote the dem ocrats party into power to learn that sugar and coffee, both put upon the free list by republicans, are to be again made to pay duty by the admlnlstnu tlon tariff bill. Minister Stevens did right in refus ing to remain in Hawaii until his suc cessor was appointed. Hawaii is no place 'for him to stay after his authority had been usurped by Mr. Blount. Some populists must have been In troduced into the banking business In Australia. At least that is the infer. ence drawn from the frequent and dis astrous bank failures over there. Everybody knows that human bodies are used in dissecting rooms of all the medical colleges, and yet, whenever a body is discovered In transit to the col lege, a sensation is made out of it. Had Wayne MacVeagh been nomlnat ed to a big position hta civil service reform society would probably have been less caustto In its criticisms of the president. One of Attorney-General Olney's friends says the proper way to pro nounce his name is "Onney." Some people are calling him "Ornery." Hon. William R. Morrison, (Horizon tal Bill) and President Cleveland are miles apart on the tariff question. TUB BOISTEROUS ATLANTIC. Is a terror to timid voyawrs. scarcely lees on account of the perils of the deep than tn almost certainty of tea sickness. The best curau cf mil d" mer Is Hostetter's btomnn Itiuers, which settles the stomach and prevents Ita disturbance. To all travelers and tourists, whether by a, or lan t, it pre sents a happy tnedlum between the nauseous or Ineffectual resource of the medicine chest, and ta problem atical benefit derivable from an tin. medio tad aloofcolto a lunula t, no mst ter how nor. Tha Jarring of a rail, road car , ofUna product stomachic disorders aklsj 'A thai t-aused y the rolltag of a ahis. J or this Hi Hitters Is a prompt and oertaln remedy, the us of a brackish water, particularly on long voyages In the tropica, inevit ably breeds disorders of the stomach and bowels. HosteUer's Stomach Iu terra mixed with Impure water nullifies Its Impurities. Similarly it counteracts malarial and other prejudicial influen ce of erlmat or atmosphere, as well as the IT frets of exposure and fatigue. Us It for kidney complaints, rheuma tism and debility. Y6U CAN HAVE AH0HE IN HIiOiaST ADDITION YOU SHOULD READ THIS. The popularity of the Union Pacific is bent determined by the superior service It accords to the traveling public In main taining two dally through trains to Omaha, St, Paul, Chicago and points east, thoroughly equipped with all tho Intent appliances for the comfort and safely of its natrons besides shortening the distance materially with its taut trains. The pres ent train schedule enable passengers to reach St. raui seven nours quicaer ana r'hliHtro twentv-four hours quicker. Omaha and Kansas City and Intermediate points, forty hours quicker than any line from the Pacific Northwest. Patronize tha Northern Pacific railroad If you are going East. Low rates of fare, throurh tickets, bairitaee checked to desti nation. All purchasers of second class tickets can stoD ovr at Portland. Rates of fare same as from Portland. If vou bave friends In Europe whose niussaire vou wish to prepay to Astoria. call at the Northern Pacific offlce.steamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced rates via all the lead ing steamship lines. All the natent medicines advertised in this paper, together with , the choicest nerfnmerv. and toilet articles etc.. can ho bnutrht at tha lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Astoria. Handlev & Haas. 1D0 First street. Port land have on sale the Dally Astorlan. o that visitors need not mlaa tbslr morning paper when they are here. NOTICE I tt Ktnfanrtfll wlna Intend of coffee or tea. SO cents per. gallon.. Dont forget 1. i I . 1 1 1 alan TTt-t. .1 li Cognac and wins at Alex. Gilbert a. . . STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. "KTns,s- la VinpaViir oHuon hot" thl- n Tim 4VUl7. Itu SJJ I Bft - mini tnoAtlnir Ctt thA arnnkhnM IH fit thll Astoria BuHdinff and Loan Association t..l11 Km VialA at 4ha tiffin ff Pnhh- A. mil -ro vs. cvv m v - - Parker on Genevieve street on Tuesday, May sin, issj, ior me yurpuoc w ceil ing directors for the ensuing year and r. Vw. ,m nu3Hnn nt Rnrh rtthl.r btlH- Iness as may come before the meeting. The election of directors will . be by ballot and will bvs held from 2 p. m. till 8 p. m. By order of the president. Attest, W. U ROBB, Secretary. TOO OFTEN THE CASE. ItiTERESTINd PROOFS, .. A vounat society lady, after a round of gayety, becomes suddenly conscious of an uu usual sensation. She Lou frequent attacks of diaintm, her back aches, and she feels blue and generally run down. Mothers, iook wen to your oaugniersi Daughter, look well to yourselves I Let the first symptom denoting the ap proach of disease receive your instant attcn- turn, iieaiiny women are me nope oi me race, and it is well-nigh criminal to neglect anything which promises relief. There is nope for art sutierers irom iwrwua Diwitu. Kead what follows: .. Mrs. Jennie C. Davis, a fine artist and nn accomplished authoress, of Westfield, Wis., Iiud Deen suuject to neauacue ever since duo could remember, bo severe were ner ni tidis as to cause at times temporary delirium. All treatment hail failed to relieve her, but after using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine she writes : " My record is to me, at least, satisfactory. No headache, constantly in creasing appetite, and a consequent gain in weight o: two ana a naii pounus iujusi uue week." Six weeks later she writes: "Have read anil sowed immoderately of late, but my headaches do not return." Mrs. John R. Miller.of Valparaiso, Ind, was attacked three years ago with turn of life in its worst form. It finally went to her lieml, and all indications were that it would result either in insanity or softening of tho brain. Her husband thus writes: "It would be impossible for me to attempt a description of her sufferings during all this time. She was treated by onr wry best local physicians, with but temporary benefit. She has taken four bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and is cured. She has gained twenty pounds in weight I tell you, she often blesses yon for what you have done for her." Recollect that for the cure of all Ner vous Diseases there is no remedy which ap proaches Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, It is free from dangerous drugs and opiates. Sold by all druggists, on a positive guarantee, or Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart, Ind. Continuous and increased use attest the The sales of Royal Baking Powder during the month of October, 189a, were greater than during any other October in the history of the Company. This increase alone exceeds in amount the total sales per month of any other baiting powder. EVERY LAB01& II OR MECHANIC Can avail himself of this golden opportunity. LOTS IN THIS CHOICE ADDITION FOR $75 EACH, AT $5 DOWN ON BOND, AND $5 PER MONTH, lAPSO.IAPPY! 3 BOTTLES OF Relieved me of a severe blood trouble. It has also caused my hair to grow out again, as it had been falling out by the handlul. After trying many physicians in vain, I am so happy to find a cure in S. S. S. O. II. Elbert, Galveston, Tex. Sri IDPQ Ily forcing out perms of die KJI.LJ ease and the poison as well. y It Is entirely vegetable and harmless. . Treatise on Blond and Skin mailed free. 5L5 ' . Bwirr Si'Ecuiu Co., Atlanta, Ga. BUSINESS CARDS. A GIBBONS. . U.lUnrK'OF ACCOUNT and rROKESSIONAL H30KKEKPKR. Qrrw : With General Messenger Co,, 615 Skainou.ue street A A. CLCVELANO, . ATTORNEY AT LAW. office-Kinney's new briik building, corner Third and Genevieve streets ; up stain. J Q.A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AD CONOR AT LAW Ofaue on Hecond Street, Astoria, Or. JOHN H. SMIfH. ATTOKNKlT AT LAW. Office In Kluney' new brick building, over Astoria National Bank, W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AUEN1 I illce 111 lleuton street, Aitoria, Oregon. . D9. ITUIV JNpN. PHYmCIAM & fiUltUKON. B OM 7 uillceuwr OmiKJil's cloililug Store, hours, 10 to t ni, 2 to 6 p, in, 7 to u in. Buuduy. 10 to It m. DR. O. B. ESTES, . PUYblClAK AND BURGEON, bpeclnl attention to Diseases ol Women and Bui'Kery. uffloc over Dagger's store Aatotla. D R. A. L, and J, A. rULTON. UHhiASES UU' WOMEX A SPECIALTY. burner by it, J. A. Fulton. OlUce 178 Cass street. Hour lo to 12 and 1 to 4 "I AY TUTTLE M.D., O ruYSlOlAN, bUltUKMJt A ACCOUCHEUR. Ofllor. rooms 8, 4 over Astoria NationaiBank. hours, 10 lo It & 2 too. Residence, m Ceuar at. DR. WALTER I. HOWARD. , llOUOC-Ji'AXUlU PHYSICIAN & SUR Keiin. (Htire, iiA. Third scroet. Hours lu to 12 and 2 to 4, SuuiUy 1 to 2 Ke.-.liinuce 408 8i si reel T P. MULLINIX. M. D., JU. UIvlm fpecidi uea Hi nt for Csitarrli, Tuioal Lilies, Kntury tieiii.u Urinary on.aii OOlce ayaUUifiU'i I'Uird St. llnur,tf a.ui.u p in. HICBAKD HANKY. O. H. IBOM. City Uuxveyor. JJARRY A ISOM, CIVIL ENGINEERS AND BUHVKYOfW. Rooms t ah it A, OVER At5I01UA A110NAL BAKE. W.T. BUUllSY, J. W. DRAPKB Barney & Draper, mLaw, Oregon ( Ity.Ougou. Twelve years' experience as register ol th r. 8. Limd O'M'e litr', recommendx us in oui specially ol Mining and ull oilier business lie lore the Lund ' fllce or tliel'ouris, and ,d.o1v pig Hie practice 01 lite General lMd uillce. T)ROQKtN8ROUCH A COWING. LAW OFFICE, (iRKQON l ITY, O't. Kpecial altciitloii aiven to land buvlness. 8et tlerson liomeMeaiisor pie-einpilnii claims and tiniherUlid pun.'li.UFH shown every advantage of the law. tor assume In making fljal proof call ou in. riHO. FREHRIGKSON, No 231. Was. sixih bireei. H. B.PARKEE DEALKR 15 I. lme. Brick, Sand, Fire Hnck Fire Clay, C mi nt, Mill Heed, Outs, straw Hair, V od Drlivered to ( rder. Drtring,. Teaming and Express Easiness. great merit of the Royal Baking Powder. I. W. CASE, BANKER. Tbamaot? a Giksbal Bansins Business. Drafts drawn available In any par. of the U 8 ana kuropc, and on Hong Kong, China, Olflco Honrs: 10 A. M. to 8 P. V. Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. W. CASE, INSURANCE AGENT, REPRK.iKNTIN' Gercaa-Amenrsn, lie York City, N. . I'niou fire and Sarin, of New Zealand. National fire and Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford. Conaecti'-nt Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford. Hume Shtual Ina. Co., of San Francisco. Phoenix, of London. I Imperial, of Louden. Kew York Plate Glass las. Co. tub ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Accounts ol Firms and Individuals solicited on Favorable Terms. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Monoj Loaned on Personal security. Foreign and iioinettic Exchange bought an1 sold. D. K. Wan-on, "resident. i. K. Illvitloi, Cashier. J.t' Uemeai, Vice President l. K. Warren, 1 (I. H. Wrlaht, Johs HobnoB, Plrertors H, C. Thonipaon, 1 Theo Bracker, J THE ASTOBIA SAVINGS BANK Acts as trustee fur nrpnratlona anil Individ uals. DcpoHitK snlieitod Inter M will be allot ed ou saving deposit as toUt ws; On ordinary saving h ioks 4 per cent, pet annum. On U rm savings nook. 6 per cent, per annum. On certificates of deposit: For three month", 4 per cent, per annum. For six months. 5 per cent. p,;r Annum. For tweive months 6 per cent, per anura. I. W. t'AHK Preideni J. Q. A. IlOWI.HY Viiv-Pn tidenl FRANK PA'T'iN Canliior W. . liEMENT Secretary DIRKCTORS: L W. f w, J. Q. A. Bowlby, (Jn' H.ilinas C. H. Page, Ben. Youn , A. S. Reed. F. J. Tayl )r THE PORTLAND SAVCS BANK lK rOBTIJtNn, ORKWiN, Paid up cnpnal V-!0,fH) .Surplus and proii iw.oet (HANK NEKUM, Pr. sMent. f. P. THOMPSON, Vlee-Prtsldent H. O.STKATTON. Cashier CLATSOP LAND CO. IncorpoMtcd with $25,000 Capital Stuck. Sl i title and Insurance Brokers, NoUrj 1'abiu and Cfinvc; an ers. Special atteniluL pat." to reiili, puj ment ol taxe, etc., fur noli leiiiltuts Hole .mcj:Iii lor South Astoria, Pr.,s pedi n:K, Hemlock i'ark and Owen's Audition, dlun Iv -i Mklte. I H'ln' HK nud inside property aud.cli i.i e ner. t. i'i itird si., Asloria. G. A. S XIKSON & CO.. BLACKSMJTlllNG Ship and Cannery wurK. Ilonjsimein, Wag ons maile and lepairea. .o 'U w. rK guuianiuei. Ob tiuu slrenl. uii.hhKh , ne A ,.im lain o ,iO- HUGHES & CO., W a. u ,s4ie aud hetall LIQUOR DEALERS. Importeiboi w ii.ux,kol foreign and Domes tic '.vmes Jiuors and Cigars. J. IT. outtei v i.ifiMes a specialty. Vai Blat Bottled Deer, fiuest brands ot Key West ani Uonie-Ilo Cigars Llgi .irs for .Vlodlcinal Purposes. Kmn ly Trade Solicited. All orders bom th City ana uountry promruy nuen. Jqaeir.ogue Street, Astoria. Oregon I. Ft. c3 3ST. oo.so Steamer llwaco T,enves Astoria dully at 7;30 a. m. for Twaco nil i.g ai Tansy P"lnt, and connecting with I'hiirnt'ii riiuuin i.oiih at 1U a. m, and witl . n snnalwuter hat for NivttUt Head, Kunnhliie, North Cove Aim o l.er imhi.Is II MUgh to iryIlar. bnr. Ketiimi B cnnnecis ar I'waco with t a ..'' lr Astor auiid Nlgtil Boats for 1tirtluiil A UOULTER, L. A. LOOMJS. M.relarv. Prcsldeut. R. V FUBi-.Kl', Supeilutendei.t. PORTLAND AND ASTORIA. Steamer Telephone. Leaves AstoriA Every evening except 8un!ay UtAr i es ut t storia Every day except 8unday at 2 p m. . . . Uiiri Porllun I Kvi ry aar eTcept Sunday it 7 a m. t!. W. t.TiJNi1., Agent, Atoris. K A. i:KL Y, tjotierul Agent, Portland Or. JKrFS IlESTAUBANT IS 1UK- Bo.'i T.n Ton Restaurant ia the Town (Aud de r incstor the Coast.! Qirni'o Parties, Banquets a Specialty Thr fluent asd Liquors. Tealer In sni'a?? ani Ship Chandlery, ii i ''I. IrlsM "arti'h, Blnacle Oil. Cot r.. ;nvi. Hf ip sail Twine tJird Oil, W.. fl' livu "Jpi's ilalviuiir.ledcut aiUl arooovioo, 33to. A i- tcii'liinl TinpVnienta, 8!wlng Ma li, arhitws Pain.s and Oils. For - Thirty - Days Only I make this offer. Less than one mile from Astoria ftox Factory on Columbia river. Streets 75 andjalleys 20 feet wide. The CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY, CONNECTING WITH AM, TRANSCONTIN ENTAL LINES, -IS THE ONLY" LIUE EUNMNG Eloctrio Liglated Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL and CHICAGO AND OMAHA and CHICAGO. The EXPRESS TWAINS oonrtut of VE3TI BULED, SLEEPING, DINING AND PARLOR CARS, HEATED BY STFAM And furnished with every luxury known to modern railway travel. For Speed, Comfort and Safety this Lin? is Unequaled Tickets on salo at all prominent railway OfiiCes. I,r further Information inquire of any ticket agent, or 0. J. EDDY. General Agt. J. XV. (JASRY. Trav. Puss. Afft. fOJiTLAND, OEEUON. QUICK TME TO SAN FKANCISCO .AND.. ALL POINTS i CALIFORNIA. Via the Mt. Hh.ista Route of the Sofltliern Pacific Comp'y Th OnlyJEoute Tb-ongk Csliforma to si Points East and Sath, The Scenic KoaU of the Pacific Coast PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING GARS Attached to express trains, affording sup'rlot accommodations for second class passeuers. Kor rates, ticket', sleeping car reservations, etc, call upon or address E. P. ROG ERS. Asnlst ant General Freight and PasseuKer Agent, Port and. Or.