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THIfi DAILY ASTOBIAU, ASTOEIA. TnUJlSDAY MORNING, MAY 4,
$lxt gaity Estate. t)UrtU-C!asM&i PriMta Cwpaij. ASTORIA, OREGON: iiwiiui Builoiko, - - - Cam Btbxkt Turn ft Babaeriptloa. DAIbT. Served Or Carrier, per week. IScte 60 ctt (Mat bj Hall, per idodiu. Kent br Man, per Year., HNMIIHMMIMIMMi WUUT. lentbr all, ?f yew, 12.00 In advance, free pontage to subsorlbers. Tm AaToaiAweiiarauteeato Its advertiser the largest circulation o( any newspaper pub- lalied uu we ooiuiuota utw. In future all Itemt of local Interest forwarded to UiU oraoa must De aaaresaea w me ciit Editor. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, May 8. For Oregon and Washington: Fair weather preceded by light rain about Astoria and Spokane warmer. Local weather for the twenty-four kar endlnc at I p. nv, yesterday, fur tehed by th U. B. department of agrl culture, weather bureau:. . . Maximum temperature, C2 degrees. Minimum temperature, 43 degrees. Precipitation, .25 inches. ' Total presipltatlon frjom July let, 1892, to date, 77.75 inchetr. Excess of precipitation from July 1st, 1892, to date, 7.62 Inches. THE TARIFF QUESTION. We differ from the Oregonlan when It says "there will be no tariff reform." The leopard does not change Us spots, nor the Ethiopian his hide. The tariff reformers are busy. This Is the first chance they have had since 1860, and they will use it if they can. The New York Reform Club, which Is near and dear to President Cleveland, has pre pared a brand new tariff. Secretary Carlisle is compiling another with the old of David A. Wells, who Is an ardent admirer of the British fiscal system. Moreover, It Is less than two months since Mr. Cleveland, In his inaugural address, reminded the democratic par ty ot Its pledges. There was a time when democratic representatives would have resented the encroachments of the Reform Club and Secretary Car lisle on their privileges, but congress may submit to the administration In dealing with the tariff as readily as It 'Is expected to do In revising the curren cy laws. Manufacturers should be on their guard. They should discuss the tariff freely with worklngmen and pro mote united action in defense of the protective policy to which the country owes so much. "Reformers" who re gard the tariff as "robbery," will not atop short of the most sweeping changes, whatever may be the state of trade or the condition of the public finances. Does not Henri Watterson from his Louisville watchtower pro claim that protection must fall? Who dare gainsay him? When the moral wave struck Asto rla, the metropolis was generous lth advice, It appears from Judge Man ley's address to the Portland grand Jury that that city Is in a bad waj itself. He spoke in part as follows: "Gambling houses have their 'steer- ers,' who pick up their victims In the same manner as the confidence oper ator, and bring them to the gambling table, where they are fleeced by meth ods Just as fraudulent and by trickery Just as transparent as those employed by confidence men. Gambling houBei are the schools in which confidence men are trained and in which their schemes are matured and from which their operations are directed. There fore, in order to prevent the one you must punish the other. You must lay the ax to the root. The dens and dives of the lower part of our city, known a Whltechapel district, are the scenes of daily thefts and robberies, as well as other crimes committed by dissolute women and their debased male asso ciates, little sympathy should be wasted upon those who lose their mon ey in such places; but this district has became the rendezvous ot bunco thieves and criminals of all kinds, as well as a perennial Insult to decency and a menace to law and order. It is a breed ing center of vice, where unreflecting and wayward youth, In many cases mere boys, are ruined and degraded forever, and while It Is not expected that the social evil can be completely eradicated, still it ought to be re. trained to the utmost possible ex tent, and for this reason this matter deserves your attention." For the Next Thirty Days, To meet imperative demands, I will offer at such low prices on install xntnto, with asy payments, that Better County Roads Needed ' The Idea of purchasing a portable sawmill with a view to planking the county road seems to be growing In favor, and now there Is a prospect of definite action being taken. The plan has no warmer supporter than CommU sloner Wooden, who had a good oppor tunlty of judging of the unnecessary expense the county has at different times been put to an expense which could have been saved had there been a portable mill at hand. When the bridge near the Olney schoolhouse was built, the lumber, before It could be placed on the ground, had cost over U6 per thous and feet, while not more than a few hundred yards away was to be found ail the fir of the finest quality that could be desired. Mr. Wooden was spoken to on the subject of organizing an lm Drovement association such as has been , . ii n ofcomDllshlng so II lf LI Ulllj1-"114' ' - ' much In Alameda county, Cal., but was of the opinion that such a plan would not be practicable In this county, in Alameda the roads are macadamized, and as Mr. Wooden stated, It would not be advisable, considering the nature of this country, to attempt any such worn as building macadamized roads in Clat sop county. "The only hope we can in dulge of getting good roads is In the portable sawmill plan," said the com missioner, "and I am satisfied that at least one-third of the cost of the mill can be raised in a few days in this city and among the settlers between here and Olney. The cost of the plant would be so very slight In comparison with the benefits resulting that It seems strange the plan has not long ago been adopted. There will be very lit tle expense after the mill has been bought; in fact, the wages of the men to run the machine would be the only outlay. Material for planking and fuel In plenty Is at hand, and I am satisfied that the people of this portion of the county, are fully alive to the pressing need for better roads and a consequent development of our agricultural re sources. Several gentlemen In this city have already signified their willingness to subscribe toward a bonus if the county court will authorize the purchase of a suitable plant. FUNERALS. E. W. Kuykendall, the leading under taker, having completed arrangements to purchase goods direct from the fac tories, reeardless of middle men, has made a great reduction in the cost of funerals: $ 6.00 Coffins reduced to 1 3.00 8.00 Coffins reduced to 6.00 25.00 CofilnB reduced to .... 18.00 WITH HEARSE. 36.00 Coffins or caskets re'd to 25.00 40.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 30.00 60.00 Coffins or caskets re'd to 40.00 75.00 CaskVts reduced to.... 60.00 126.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00 SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS. Welch Block, 718 Water St., Astoria, Oregon. THE BOISTEROUS ATLANTIC. Is a terror to timid voyagers, scarcely less on account of the perils of the deep than the almost certainty ot tea sickness. The best surauve cl mil do mer Is Hosteller's Stomon Hitters, Arhioh settles the stomach and prevents Its disturbance. To all travelers and tourists, whether by sea fir lani, it pte aentB a happy medium between the nauseous or ineffectual resources of the medicine chest, and te prviulem lUoai beaeflt derivable from an un medloated alcoholic stimulant, no met ier bow Dure. The Jarrlne of a rail :-oad car oftaa produces stomachic Reorders akla U that ratiMd by llie rolling of a skis, lor this the Hitters :s a prompt and certain remedy. Ihe use of a brackish water, particularly n long voyages in the tropics, luevlt- ibly breeds disorders ol tne stomacn and bowels. Hostet'ers Htoinain i.u tecs mixed with Impure water nullities Its impurities. Similarly it countracte malarial and other prejudicial Intluen cea of climate or atmosphere, as well as the effects of exposure and fatigue. Use it for kidney complaints, rheuma tism and debluty. LADIES' TEA Is a pleasant drink, which will be borne by the stomach without nau sea or griping. It acts thoroughly on the liver, kidneys and reproductive or irans. A gentle physic, efficient dlu relic, and is most useful in scant or painful menstruation, it aids dlges tlon and reduces corpulency; clears the complexion, rendering It fair, and re storing the natural tone of the Bkln, for it removes the bile, which Dy ac cumulation, produces the sallow, mud ay complexion, peculiar to the con stlpated. Sold by all druggists. C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE. The regular meeting of the Columbia River Protective Union will be held at Liberty Hall, Saturday, May 6. 1893, at 7:30 p. m. sharp. Business of lm portance to be transacted. Members In good standing are requested to be present and have their book or receipt along. SOFUS JENSEN. Secretary' A LEADER. Since Its first Introduction. Electric Hit ters has sained rapidly In Dooular favor until now It la clearly In the lead among pure medicinal tonics and alteratives containing nothing which permits Its use as a beverage or Intoxicant, It In recog nised as the beat and purest medicine for an anmems or Biomacn, Llver or Kid neys. It will cure blek Headache. Indi gestlon, Constipation, and drive Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guaranteed wun eacn Dome or the money will be re funded. Price only 50 c. per bottle. Sold By cnas. Kogers. YOU CAN HAVE A HOHE IN HILL'S FIEST ADDITION YOU SHOULD READ THIS. The popularity of the Union Pacific la best 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 the latest appliances for the comfort and safely of ita natrons besides shortening the distance .T-ii.. ...l.h It- f.al tralna. Thst IirCS- ent train schedule enables passengers to reacn bi, .raui seven muui n.u Ohicaco twenty-four hours quicker. , . 1 1 1 r'ltv and Intermediate IjniUIIcfc liu .vnni- v.. . .7 , . . points, forty hours quicker than any line from the raoiuc iNortnwem. Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad ,m 1 L'.. ... a PDtPI (if THTA. through tickets, baggage checked to desti nation. All purcnaaer ui "'"-' .......... , mtnn nvar at Portland. Rates of fare same as from Portland. Ir you nave inenua iu auiuvo f i . . A etnrill DOfiBaKe YOU Willi IU yir:yaj 1." call at the Northern Pacific offlee,teamer Telephone dock, and make known your -I- Tj..AmA via all the lead- WCLIIIB. rwu Ing steamship lines. ah ,1.. wiAriiMnM advertised in .... " ...,,.- with tha choicest IfllB UB.yJI, ...... perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Astoria. ir 1 1 a., a. liana IK) Tftrat afreet. Port land, have on sale the Dally Astorian, vinKnpi tiMrl not mina their morning paper when they are here. A Sure Cure for Mies. 1. 1 Till a Irnoarn h mnlflturA 1LC1IH1K f uro . ....... ' , . like perspiration, causing Intense itohlng when warm. This form, as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to directly on the parts affected, absorbs tumors, anays ucnuiu aim hrrmanpnt cure. BOc. Druggist or mall. , , S Tl Tlnmtnln Q9Q Apph Htieet, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W. 1 ;onn. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice Is hereby given that thte an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Astoria Kulldlne and Loan Association will be held at the office of Robb & Parker on Genevieve street on Tuesday, May Kth, 183, for the purpose of elect ing directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such othfer bus- ness as may come before the meeting. The election of directors will be by ballot and will bo held from 2 p. m. till 8 p. m. By order of the president. Attest, w, 1j. hubh, Secretary. TOO OFTEN THE CASE. INTERESTING PROOFS. A vounir society lady, after a round of gayety, becomes suddenly conscious of an un usual sensation. She ban frequent attacks of diaintss, Iter back achu, and she feels blue aud generally run down. Mothers, iook wen to your uuuguicrBi Daughters, look well to yourselves I Let the first symptom denoting the ap proach of disease receive your instant atten tion. Healthy women are tne nope oi tne race, and it is well-nigh criminal to neglect anything which promises relief. .',1 KAfn nil BiiflnMra frnm !m-,VMI Diseatei. Read what follows: Mrs. Jennie C. Davis, a fine artist and an accompliihed authoress, of WBtlield, Wis., hud been subject to headache ever since she could remember. So severe were her at tacks as to cause at times temporary delirium. All treatment had failed to relievo her, but after uing 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 of two and a halt pounds injusi one week." Six weeks later she writes: "Have read and sewed immoderately of late, but my lieadnclies 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 head, and all indications were that it would result either in insanity or softening of the brain. Her husband thus writes: " It would be impossible for me to atlempla description of Iter Buffmngi during all this time. She was treated by our wry best local phyeicians, 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 you for what you have done for her." Recollect that for the cure of all Ner Totii Diseases there is no remedy which ap proaches Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervint. It is free from dangerous drugs and opiates. Sold by all druggists, on a pnmtive guarantee, or Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart, Ind. BUTTON'S I A Positive Cure miin Ljlorpiles In use avor All :n. Himilt, Jifrclivt Hon. ilrrful. HlliMt trail. moulnH. Al (IruHKliilil, or innllwl on irvxlpt or prlce-3IJc. per box. 0.110 C ?.. I'rops., i;iiiilm,irp, Md, Get A. Bicycle! KROSI JAMES FINLAYSON or ARTHUR BARTHOLOMEW, Bole agents for Cl itsop count j forthe North Pacific Bicycle Co., IMPERIAL and all other 11 Wl ciass wheels. rut Mb3 Highest of all in Leavening Power. latest U. S. Gov't Report 5 ABSOLUTELY PURE EVERY UB mi Can arail himself ot thii golden opportunity. LOTS IN THIS CHOICE ADDITION FOR $75 EACH, AT $5 DOWN ON BOND, AND $5 PER MONTH. ULCERS SCROFULA RHEUMATISM BLOOD POISON So And every kindred disease arlnlng from Impure blood ourod by that never-failing and best of all medicines, Book on Blood and Bkln Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLAMTA. OA. BUSINESS CARDS. ACIBBONS. . aLMU-HI- K OF ACCOUNTIand PROFESSIONAL HDOKKEKPER. OrriCRs With General Messenger Co,, 615 Skamnque street. A.f lWWYkT LAW. ufhce-Kinney's new brick building, comer Third aud Genevieve streets ; up Btalrs. J Q.A.BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AD COHCELOR AT LAW Office on Second Htreet, - Astoria, Or. JOHN hU 8MINrH,AT Office In Klnney'i new brick building, over Astoria National Baulc, w W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT Office 112 Benton street, Astoria, Oregon. Dff. EILIV JANSON. PHYSICIAN & MUKGKON. R iOM 7. OlUceovt-r Odicood's Clothing Store, hours, 10 to V m, 2 to & p. in, 7 to s p in. Sunday, 10 to 11 iu. DR. O. B. ESTES, PHVI41CIAK iiND SURGEON. Special attention to Dlxeamw of Women and Surgery. OUlce over Oaazlger's store Astoria. TR. A. i,. and J, A. FULTON. L) DISEASES OK WOMEN ASPKCiALrY. Surgery by i r. J. A. Fulton. Offloe 178 Cats street, ilouru 10 to 12 and 1 to 4 JAY TUTTLE M.D., r-HYSlUlAN, HUKUKufl A ACOOTJCHKTJR. Office, rooms 8, 4 over Astoria NationsBank, hours, 10 to 12 & 2 to5. Residence. 6i Cedar ot. DR. WALTER I. HOWARD. llUMtWATIllO PHYSICIAN & SIIR gMon. Othce, 451. Third screec. Hours to to 12 and 2 to 4, Sunday 1 to 2. Residence 4U) M stieel T P. MULLINIX, M. D.,, JJ. ulvtu cpeci&i ueaiiiient for Catarrh, Tuioat Lungs, Knl.icy Oeulio Urinary oiyam OOlue upsufia,&4 third St. Uoun.K a.111,8 p.m. BIOHABO BARRY. 0. B. ISOM. City Surveyor. J.JARRY A ISOM, CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. Rooms s and 6, OVER ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK. W. T. BDRNIT, j. w. Diuru Barney & Draper, A, norncys al'Law, Oregon City, Oron Twelve years' experience as reistr of th V. 8. Lmul U'l oe hrrr, recouimeiids ua In oui special) of Mining and all oilier biiiiiH.vt be fore the iMtd i dice or the Courts, ami involv ing the practice ol the Guuerul Land Ulllce. TROCKtNBROUCH Si. COWING. LAW OFFICE, OREGON CITY, Oil. Special attention Elven to land business. Set tlers on lunnesteiKts or pre-emption claims and timber lnnd pu.-chaies shown every ml vautiix of the law. h'or assistance In making ttual proof call ou us. rilHOS. FUEDHICXSON, L i'lA..O ill.Nfcil, No 231. Wo-il bixili strvei. H. E. PARKER DEALER I.N Lime, Brick, Sand, Fire Brick. Fire Clay, C mfiit, Mill Ireil.O.its Straw Hair, W'Od Delivered to i rder. Drifiiig, Teaming and Express Bnsineaa. Foard & Stokes groobiis Dea'nrs tn (lliis- ware. Crockery. Ship Supplies, liilKi Wine ami Fine Whi-klis. Flue lea anUCufl e iSnecaltv. I lie Fun Ht Display of Fiul .-! ilie Olv, Frestt on ner.vsieaniiT. Comer f Third and West Eight'i ftretrti. CARNAHAN & CO Successors to I. W. Case, Importer and Wholesale and Retail dealer la GENERAL MERCHANDISE Cor. Seeond anl Caas Street, ASTORIA, OREGON HUNTER & MERGENS, Proprietors of the Portland Butcherini Co.'s Markets Corner Peeoml and Benton str els Cii ner Third aud Wet tluluU streets. rowaer I OR ICHIIC UN I. W. CASE, BANKER. TUMSIOTC A QlHBEaL BAhKlt.8 BUSINESS. Drafts drawn available In any par. of the 0 8 and Kuropc, aud on Hong Koug, China, Office Hours:10 A. M. to I P. M. Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. W. CASE, INSURANCE AGENT, UEPREfKNTINf? German-AmerwsB, Jew York Cilj, S. Y. I'nim Fire irnl Marine, of Net Zealand. National Fire anil Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford. Connecticut Fire Ins. Co.. of Hartford. Home fflntnal Ins. Co., of San Francisco. Phoenix, of London. Imperial, of London. New York Plate Glass Ins. Co. man ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Accounts Of Firms ind IniHvlHn.1. nlnltnA on Favorable Terms. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Honej Loaned on Personal security. rureigu ana vomeeuo txenange bought aul sold. D. K. lTarrfB, President. J. K. HIkicIm, Cashier. J.O Denieat, Vice President 1). K. Warrea, 1 . 8. Wrlf ht, I John Hobnun, Directors H. C. Thorn pioi, 1 Theo Bracker, J THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANE Acts as trustee fur orDoratlons and indlviil uals Deposits solicited Interest will be allowed on savings doposlti as lollows; un ordinary savings n lots 4 per cent, pel annum. On term savings book j 6 per cent, per annum On certificates of depnsit: For l ireo months, 4 per cent, per annum. For six months, 6 per vent, per annum. For twelve months, 11 per cent, per annum. I. W.CAHK Prenideni J.Q. A. BOWLBY Viee-Pre.ldent FRANK PATTON Cashiei W. K. DEMENT Hecretarj DIEKCTOHS: LW. Case, J, Q. A. Bowlby, Out! Holmes C. H. Page, Benj. Yonn", A. S. Reed. F. J. Taybr. THE PORTLAND SAVJKC3 BANK l)K PORTLAND. OKROOM. Paid up cspnai .t200,txx- Surplus aud profits 60,01 t RANK DEKUM, Pr-sident. D. P. THOMPSON, Vlce-Presldonl H. C. 8TRA1TON, Cashier CLATSOP LAND CO. Incorporated with $25,000 Capital Stock, Ceil :late and Insnrance Brokers, Kotan lub.n and Conveyaui era. ripeclal uiteuiloL pal i 1 rents, pny.uent of tuxex, etc., fur nou leii'le its Hole nKeuts lor Bouth Astoria. Prus- pecti '..n, Hoiuliick park aud Owen's Addition, alKu it s ti'akt" o. Lii'inxM and lusKle property and C n:re HCieuge. 174 airu sc.. Astoria. G. A. STINSON & CO.. BLACKSMITIIING Ship and Ctuinerv work, ilorsnoeliig, Wan ons ui;Mle aud repaired. .o m wjrk guniantee Ou CA3 street. opiinsue uie iwn Tain oi c HUGHES & CO., iv hjian!e aad Retail LIQUOR DEALERS. importers oi au d. iuius ol JTokIku and Oomes tip A uies ugnors and OtKars. J. '. Cui tei Luaics a specialty. Vai Rlat Bottled Beer. Finest brands of Rev West an Domestic Cigars. Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. Family Trade Boliolted. All orders from th City ud Country prorvwy filled. Squemoque Street, - - - Astoria. Orogoi I. H. cJ OO..S Steamer llwaco leaves Astoria dally at 7:S0 a. m. for llwaco calling at Tansy Puint. and connecting vitl riillruad ruiniug north at 10 a. m, aud w.tl linals i n shualwater I'liy fur u . i. u .4 sHlilns. rdnrth I n v ' And other imuita through to (iray's liar. l l.Ii.hiI. n .niuianll at. IlurHAit will' wwr iwwiiin k ..... earners for Astoraand KigUt Boats for ,,ww ? uirrrTien T.. A. T.OOMIS. neeretarv. President. R. V. EGBuRl, 8upeilnteuder't. PORTLAND AND ASTORIA. Steamer Telephone. Lesvcs Astoria Every evening except Sunday a,Ar iv"aat Astoria Every day except Suuday at2p in. . lAirs Portlmiil Every nav ccept Senday at 7 a ni. C w. e tumi, Ageiu, Anuria, K. A. Skxlkv. dcueral A.eut, Purtlund Or. JEFFS RESTAURANT -ia Tnu Bon Ton Ton Restaurant in Ihe Town (And the Finest on the Coast.'. Dinner Parties, Banquets a Special! Tke flaeit WIm aad Liqaora. J". 23. WYATT Dealer In - Hardware and Sbip Chandlery. ion cianviw, iT-mp " . Wrought Iron Spikes, yalranUted Cut Nails OrooorioB, 331 0. Agricultural Impleinepts, 8wing Ma- Iiiist nl( I ilia For Thirty - Days - Only I make this offer. Less than one mile from Astoria liox Factory on Columbia river. Streets 75 andjalleys 20 feet wide. The CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY, CONNECTING WITH AU. TRANSCONTIN ENTAL LINES, -IS THE OXTL7 LINE RUNMNG Eloctrio Liglited Coro BETWEEN ST. PAUL and CHICAGO AND OMAHA and CHICAGO. The EXPRE88 THAINS consist of VE8n BULED, SLREPINO, 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 prominent railway offices. For further information inquire of any ticket agent, or C. J. EDDY. General Agt. J. W. CASEY. Trav. Pass. Afft. PORTLAND, OUEUON. QUICK TIME TO SAN FRANCISCO ...AND ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the Southern Pacific Comp'y Tut Only. Route Tlrongh California to al Points East and South, The Scenic Eonte f the Pacific Coast PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS -AND SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING GARS Attached to express trains, affording snp'rlot accommodations for second clam passengers. For rates, tickets, sleeping car pwrvstlons. etc, call upon or address E. P. ROGERS, AssisU ant General Freight and Fassenger Agent, hort ai.d. Or.