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FDBLIKHRDBT AHlonan-l'oluiubiaii Pnblhhini? Company. ASTOKIA, OKKGO-Sl astoiiuk BaiLoimh - - - Cas BtaKKT Tarn r 8ulcriptlo DAILY. Served Dy Carrier, pr week..... .. twiit by Mull, per mouth ceut by Mall, per Vtar . ... IB CU ... 60 Ctt. ...I7.UU VIKKLT. Sent by mall, per year, 2 00 in advance, 1'ree posiafce to subscribers. Tm iiimtiiir euaratitees to Its advertiser the larval circulation of any newspaper pub- Lined ou we uuumuia iucr. In future all Itfltni of local Inton-st forwarded to tula otllce must tie aaareaseu m m Citv Editor. TODAY'S WEATHER. ' Portland. Mav 5. For Oreon nnj Waahlnsrton. fair weather, slightly warmer. Local weather for the twenty-four hours endinf at B p. m., yesterday, fur nlshed by the U. S. department of arl culture, weather bureau: Maximum temperature, 62 degrees. Minimum temperature, 4t! degrees. Precipitation, .61 Inch. 1892, to date, 78.70 Inches. Excess of precipitation from July 1st, 1892, to date, 8.34 Inches. ELECTROCUTION IN NEW YORK. If the statements recently made by M. d'Arsonval, the distinguished French scientist, are reliable, and there will be found few men with the har dihood to contradict him, Carlisle W. Harris, the condemned murderer of his girl wife, will lollow the route to eter nity taken by other murderers in New York since the enactment of the elec trocution law, and die not by an elec tric shock, but under the dissecting knives of the surgeons who will per form the autopsy on the body. M. d'Arsonval la probably one of the foremost authorities in the world on the effects of the electrical shock, and ho maintains that it, as administered under New York's penal laws, does not kill, but simply causes a suspension of respiration. He further asserts that a person struck by an electric shock should bo treated exactly as one drowned, and the formula which he has given to electricians has "called back to life" a number of men since its publication. M. d'Arsonval is not alone In the position that the putting of criminals to death by New York's method is a complicated, barbarous and unreliable proceeding, and Ameri can physicians are challenged to prac tice artificial respiration upon crimin als after their so-called "death." In this country It is believed by eminent authorities that these statements are very well founded, a belief based on Information obtained from persons who have received! shocks of electric cur rent equal In strength to that used in electrocuting criminals in New York. That the victim Is tortured for a great er or less length of time there can be no doubt, for the sensations under the ordeal, as described y persons who have accidentally come In contact with a powerful current, are as "the tor tures of hell." There seems now to be a possibility that but few more criminals will die under the electrocu tion law, and that tho inveBtlBatlons. of distinguished scientists In both the old and new worlds will be Instru mental In again bringing into vogue In New York tho older and Btirer meth od of taking away tho lives of mur derers by the use of a stout rope. The remarkable progress of the re public of France during the last twen ty years must be a source of alarm to the monarchies of Europe. It hits weathered storms that a few years ago would have overthrown any govern ntent France possessed. The eyes of many of the subjects of these foreign powers will be opened during the next few months by the evidences of the marvellous development of this coun try. Ihei greatest, republic that the world has ever seen. The scml-ofTlclal announcement Is made that the World's Fair will be opened on Sunday, and to the credit of Chicago be it said that the power of tho liquor men was Inadequate In the' attempt to work such a hardship on the thousands of workmen and me. chanlcs who would, had the Sunday cloning movement been successful, For the Next Thirty Days, To meet imperative demands, I will offer at such low prices on install ments, with easy payments, that have been compelled to forego tha In nocent recreation and opportunisms for Instruction incidental to a visit to the great exposition. The decision of some of the large manufacturing con cerns that In case of the closing of the fair on Sunday, they would suspend operations on the following day, no doubt was an Important factor in ds feating the scheme, but to the better Influences throughout the country cu.n be mainly attributed the credit for the decision Just reached. nnmwrntlp. nanera throughout the nnnntrv H.f oxultlnir over tha fact that there are about one hundred postmasters appointed Jail. At the rate ot a hundred daily some of the successful applicants for the position of postmaster would be compelled to wait nearly two years. This is a rather discouraging prospect. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. J. Morton, a well known East ern cigar dealer, is in the city. Mr. F. C. Savage of Portland came down the river yesterday morning. Mr. W. Clrode, of the New York Llfo Insurance Company is in town. Rev. P. Staver has accepted a for mal call from the Congregational church of this city. Mr. R. D. Dyer, manager of the South Bend Mill Company, came over to this city yesterday. Mr. S. M. Young, one of the at taches of the hospital at Fort Canby, was In the city yesterday. Mr. F. S. Savage, traveling passen ger and freight agent of the North western line, is in this city. Mr. D. Ellery, soliciting freight agent of tho Northern Pacific, was in this city yesterday on a business trip. Lieutenant L. R. Burgea, United States Army, came up from. Fort Canby yesterday and registered at the Occident. Mr. M. Foland, of Tillamook, who has been In Portland receiving medi cal attention, rtturned from the me tropolis yesterday morning, accom panied by his daughter. FUNERALS. E. W. Kuykendall, the leading under taker, having completed arrangements to purchase goods direct from the fac tories, regardless of middle men, has made a great reduction in the cost of funerals: $ 5.00 Comns reduced to 3.00 8.00 Collins reduced to 6.00 25.00 Coffins reduced to .... 18.00 WITH HEARSE. 36.00 CofliiiB or caskets re'd to 25.00 40.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 30.00 60.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 40.00 75.00 Cusktots reduced to.... 60.00 125.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00 SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS. Welch Block, 718 Water St., Astoria, Oregon. THE BOISTEROUS ATLANTIC. la a terror to timid voyagers, scarcely less on account of the perils of the deep than the almost certainty of tea sickness. The best curau' cl mvl di mer is Hostetter's Stom i?n Hitters, which settles the stomach and prevents Its disturbance. To all travelers and tourists, whether by sea or Unl, it pre sents a happy medium between tne nauseous or Ineffectual ieourpc-e of the medicine chest, and tuo problem atlcal benefit derlvaole from an un medicated alcohollo stimulant, no met ter how pure. The Jarring of a rail .oad car often produces stomachic disorders akin '.o that caused by the rolling of a ship, lor this the Hitters s a prompt and certain lvmeay. i ne use of a brackish water, particularly iin long voyages In the tropics, lnevlt- ibly breeds disorders of the stomach tnd bowels. HusleUer's Stomach Lit tein mixed with impure water lijllilles its Impurities. Similarly it counteracts malarial and other prejudicial lntluen ces of climate or atmosphere, as well as the effects of exposure and fatigue, Use It for kidney complaints, rheuma tlsm and debility. SUPERIOR iu rtu-u OTHERS. Allcock's Porus Plasters :iro the greatest external remedy of the dny The quickest, safest, surest, best. No only iinmeas trtbly superior to a: other plasters, I ut nisi to liniments ointments, oils and similar unctuot: compounds. Hewaro of Imltitlons, and do not be deceived by vnijuepresentatlon. Ask for Allcock's and let no solicitation oi explanation Induce you to ncccpt a sub stitute. C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE. The regular meeting of the Columbia Hlver Protective Union will be held at Liberty Hall, Saturday, May 6. 1SH3 at 7:30 p. m. sharp. Uuslness of inv portance to be transacted. Members in good standing are requested to be present and have their book or receipt along. SU'US JENSEN - Secretary A LEADER. Since Its first Introduction. Eleotrio 1U ters has untried ranldlv in nntiular fnv.ir until now It is clearly In the lead among pure niedlclnul tonics and alteratives containing nothing which permits Us use as a beverage or Intoxicant, it Is recog nised as the best and purest medicine for an ailments or Btomach, L,lver or Kid neya. It will cure Sick Headache, Indi gostlon, Constipation, nnd drive Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guaranteed wun piicn ihiiiih ot jne money win be re. funded. Price only W c. per bottle. Sold oy mas. itogers. YOU CAN HAVE A HOME IN HILL'S FliST ABBITIOi. YOU SHOULD READ THIS. The popularity of the Union Pacific Is beat determined by the superior service it accords to the traveling public In main taining two daily through trains to Omaha, St, Paul, Chicago and points east, thoroughly equipped with all tho latest appliances for the comfort and safety of itx patrons besides shortening the dlstunce malenully 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 Pacific railroad If you are going Kant. 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 nnu.ica von wIhIi to Drepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Paclllc offlce.steamer Telephone docK. ana mane Known jui wants. Reduced rates via all the lead ing steamship lines. All the patent medicines advertised In this paper, together wltn tne cnoicesi perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can uA Kmin-ht at tha lowest nrlces at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Astoria. Handley & Haas, 1D0 First street. Port land, have on sale the Dally Astorian, so that visitors need not miss tlwir morning paper when they are here. A Sure Cure for Piles. TinViimr Pit n.e known bv moisture like perspiration, causing intense itching when warm, inis iorm, m wen ouuu, Hleedlng or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on the parts aflectea, iDsoros tumors, allays itching and effects a Dermanent cure. 60c. Druggist or mall. Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 328 Arch street, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W. Conn. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby riven that thte an nual meetine of the stockholders of the Astoria Building and Loan Association will be held at the office of Robb & Parker on Genevieve street on Tuesday, May 9th, 1X93, for the purpose of elect ing directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction or sucn outer ous Iness as may come before the meetine. 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, vv. xj. iiuuD. Secretary. TOO OFTENJHE CASE. INTERESTING PROOFS. A vountr society lady, after a round of gayety, becomes suddenly conscious of an uu- usual sensation, one lias irequeni unacas m dizzines. her buck achu, and she feels Hue aud generally run down. Mothers, 10OK well to your uaugmerei Daughters, look well to yourselves I Let the first symptom denoting the ap proach of disease receive your instant atten tion. Healthy women are the hope of the race, anil it is well-nigh criminal to neglect anything which promises relief. There is Aonefor all sufferers from Nervoiu Diuam. ltead what follows: Mrs. Jennie C. Davis, a fine artist and an accomplished authoress, of Weslfield, 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 relieve her, but Rftor n,inir Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine she writes: "My record is to meat least, satisfactory. No headache, constantly in creasing appetite, and a consequent gain in weight oi two ana a nan pounus in judv uuo week." Six weeks Inter she writes: "Have read and sewed immoderately of late, but my liendachrs do not return." Mrs. John K. 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 brtiin. Her husband thus writes: "It would be impossible for me to attempt a description of her tufleringt during all this time. She wns treated by our wry best local physicians, with but temporary benefit. She has taken four bottles of Db. Miles' Restorative Nebvink, and is cured. She hns 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 Per- voin Diseases there is no remedy which ap- i nroacnes ur. muew nmoraiive nervine, ji is free from dangerous drugs and opiates. Sold byal! druggists, on a positive guarantee, or Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart, Ind. BETTOR'S I Positive Cure I i rCJH PILES. In use over 50 )rni . eimi'le. J-tfrrtn ll'i.ii. tin-nil. Highest liini. muliinis. Al druKiiluls, or nmiuil on unvlnt ut piln--j(Jc. per box. WlittEI-fllH k IROWK 0.1 '3 l Props., il.iniinnre, Md, Get A. Bicycle! - rroM JAMES FINLAYSONor ARTHUR BARTHOLOMEW, Sole agents for ( I itsop count) for I lie North Pacific Bicycle Co. 1M rati At, and all other II'kIi c.ass wheels. sfl fS B l t?Ba Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE EVERY LABORING Mi OR MEGIIANIC Can avail himself ot tbis golden opportunity. LOTS IN THIS CHOICE ADDITION FOR $75 EACH, AT $5 DOWN ON BOND, AND $5 PER MONTH. THE -BEST VJ -r"T1 Is tho bout Wood Medicine, Because fi-5i?w( It assists nature to throw otT the tra il,. ,,,,it!, i,f tho Mood, anil m the same time tones ii tho entire organism. Tlilsisjiiet contrary to tl e ellectof the various potash, nier curvisuVwparilla mixtures, which l.ottlo up the Impurities In the system, thus producing much sickness aud suflering. . Therefore, for a BLOOD MEDICINE you cannot do better .than take 8. 8. B. ' r. . .,hv.i, !,!. I have urescrlbeil and used 8 8 8. in niy practice as a tonic, and for blood troubles, and have been very successful. I never used a remedy which (taro such general satisfac tion to niyselfand patients. i "L. It. IUtcu v, M. V., Kackey, Ind." Treatise on Mood andskln diseases mailed free. BWirr Si'UCmC CO., Atlanta, Ua. . JwVslf It'-IK ACCOUNT' find I'lSOKKSHIONAL OOKKEM'ER. Officii : W th G.'iieral Messenger Co., 613 FIeriimhiuo street. A.A WMBTte law. uitice-Klnney's new brh-k buliniu, comer Third and Genevieve streets : up sta'M. J Q.A.BOWLBY, ATTOMEY AM) COUft'CELOR AT U ft Ofsee on second street, - Astoria, or. JOHN H. 8WII rM. A fl'OllNKY AT LAW. Office In Kinney's new brick building, over Astoria National Bunk, w. W. PARKER, REAL KSTATE AND INSURANCE AGfcNT Ofllce 112 Ueuton street, Astoria, Oregou. D. riLIV JANSON. PHY.ilClAM & HUUtJKON. R OM 7 Olllceovrr Osgood's Clo lil-ig, Store, hours, 10 to U m, 2 to 6 p, ni, 7 to 8 p m. miudity, 10 10 11 in. DR. O, B. ESTES. v PHV.HiUAft aWD SCRfiEON. Special altmtion to Disease ol Women mid Surgery, olllce over Uiauzlger's store Astoilo. I w ... A. I - Mni J a J UISKAdiiS UK WOMEN Aol'tCULTY burgxrv by i r, J. A. Fulton Office 178 Can; Cans street. Hours 10 tq 12 and 1 to 4 TAY TUTTLE M.D., 0 I'HYSHJIAN, sUKtiHuN'A ACCOUCHEUR. Ofllce, rooms 8, 4 over Astoria National Bank, hours, 10 to 12 & 2 toS. Residence. G3v Ceaar st. DR. WALTER I. HOWARD. llOMUi Jl'ATHlO PHYSICIAN & SUR giion. (tlice, 454. Third street. Hours 10 to 12 aud 2 to 4, Sunday 1 to 2. lteildeuce 4WJ Sd street BIOHAED HAKRY. City Surveyor. O. H. IHO.M. IT ARMY & I SO Ml, CIVIL ENGINEERS ND SURVEYORS. KOOUB 5 AND 6, OVER ASTORIA NAllONAL BANK. W. T. BUKNSY, J. W. PRAPKIt Barney & Draper, Attorneys ut-l.atv, Oregon rity, Oregon. Twelve years' experience as register of th 0. 8. Land OiUce here, recommend us Hi oui specialty of Mining and nil oilier business bo tore the Laud 'ftlce or the Courts, uu:l involv ing the practice oi the General L.md vi'am. TROCKtNBROUCH & CDWIHG. LAW OFFICF, OREGON ' ITY.Ort. Special attention 'Veii to bind biHuess. Se tleison liouiesteiwsor pre-emption claims hiuI tl'iiber laud purchasis sliown every a. I v. ir tab' of t li e law. Kur asil.-.tuiiCtj lu making lial proof call on u t. rriHOS. FfiEr RICK SON, L 11 V O i U.NLii. N.i 231 West hixih Miee:. H. B.PARKKE DKALEK IN Lime, Brick, Sitnil, Fire Briek, Flra Clay. Gimeiit, Mill Keed,0:,ls, itiaw lUlr, Wiod Ut-liverid to i rde.r. Driving, Tuaming and Ezpreei Busineao. Foard Sz S tokos a-iioosns IiealtiN 1 1 fil sswure, Ctockrry, Sli'p Supilie-?, lo;ia'eo. Wines uud Fine Wi.ihi- . Fi..e ie;i HimC.dt e iSi'te.altN. Hie !' i. t llply oi Full 1 1 ne iil, l-'iosli on M r) .Stemut-r. Co u r -f lliltd and west Klg-.l tieR CARNAHAM & CO tucr.i-HS 1. W. Ciise, Importel and Whohsale auu hetail di ier lu GENERAL MERCHANDISE Cor. Second au4 Cass Street, ASi'oltl a, OREGON HUKTER & MERSENS, I'roprlotors ol the Portland BoitoiniCoiMlaMs C n er Sc nnd mid llentim str els Cm-r lliir lai.d W e,t tikh-.li stieeK T P. MULLINIX. M. D.t . , JU. Ulves special i.eaiment for Catarrh, TliMMl Limits, Kid..ey tieullo Urinary i.rAuis. OIlKe ut gtulrs.MK lliird Sc. Hour,!) a.in.l p.m. n Ripans Tabules Rlpans Tabules act gently but promptly upon the liver, stomach and intestines; cure habitual constipation, dispel colds, headaches and fevers. One tabule taken at the first symptom of indigestion, billi ousness, dizziness, distress after eating, or depression of spirits, will remove the whole difficulty in a few minutes. Ripans Tabules are com pounded from a prescription widely endorsed by the high est medical authorities and are presented in a form that is be coming the fashion with phy sicians and patients every where. Ons Box (Six VUls) Seventy-fiv Cents. One Pacluge (Four Boxes) Two Dollars. Ripans Tabules may be ob tained of nearest druggist; or by mail on receipt of price. For free sample address RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. NEW YORK. CLATSOP LAND CO. Incorporated with J25.000 Capital Stock, Real Lstate and Insurance Brokers, Notary Publlo and Conveyaui eiB. Special attention paid to rents, payment of taxex, etc., for mm ieiidents. Bole acentB for Honth Astoria, Pr-.'S-pecll'aiK, Hemlock Park and Owen's A.lditlon, also best Meatiidc, buhiness nnd inside property aud choice acreage. 474 1 Ulid St., Astoria. HUGHES & CO., Wholesale and Retail LIQUOR DEALERS. Importers ol All Brands ol Foreign and Domes tio Wines, Llquois and Cigars. J. H. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Vai Blab Bottled Beer. Finest brands ol Key West and Dome&'ic Cigars Llqu'irs for Medicinal Purposes. Fam !y Trado Solicited. All orders trom tht City ai a Country prornvwy filled. Squemocjue Street, - - - Astoria. Oregon X. XX. tJ 3ST, OO. 3 Stcnmer Ilwaco Lenves A' tur'H ii:t!v t 7:110 a. m. for llwaeo eallln!.' i Tai.sy 1' - .In r. . u d coi.ticctinsr wdli rallnm i rnnn i'i! noiiu h 10 a. m, and w tl boati n s nlw.itur Lin fir South Head, Kuntltlnc, Aorlh 'ovr And Oilier omiib II rnuuh to Gray's liar, bor. lietiinil R wtniien-s hi. 1-wacn wltl; s eameisfor Asturaand NlKlit Boas lor ToUNn'tKiULTER, L. A. LOOMIS, rt-ere.':;rv. Presiileul. B, V Ftill- III'. Siipeiiiitendent. PORTLAJiD As0 ASTORI. SieaiiiuT Telephone. Leaves Astor-i K ery evening except 8unda; at 7 i'. n. , Ar ivesat -t'-uia Kvery day except Suuda) at 2 p. m. , Ltavs PortUnd Evr-rv nay exoent 8tinda ai. 7 a. a. U. W. STON K, Apei t AHorlf. B. A. 6RELCV, General Agent, Portland Or. THE JIOBSD-llin W THEIR WOEKS AXD KEUCS, REV. STEPHEN D. PEET, Ph. D.. KD7IOB OF AMERICAN iNTWAr.IJN, Author r.f Auimnl EfTiirlcs and Emblematlr Moui-iiii, eic. ficouprtlon. mo eu i-f life, religions systems, trloal .livisiovh mm run; iiniii" " ,, n.w- .i. ......i .t..o .i..K..ii.iw,iiii nr tiiAfflrlh works 'if a 1 elusses. The clas-irieation of the momids is nind- occordinn to tneir nsc, whfthorns villMlie resldem-es, s deft-nses, as p'lnrU unstructured, or as Bacnmioi m ui.i the work contains mnny illustratlntis and do.criutlons l ai iuu.i-ouu"Bra itmu, m V! . .. . Ck' i ,h.t 1. contains s KlvBsi iforrr.ati'-n shont the mounds r.nd telii-s t . .Ho.!..... T nll. lit R Mi.rlP hlch Udcv.ted to pre-l!itmie America, and pcrhai-i woi.M he r-.gnrd d as the most inter "'Vie -mh"r'..li it rirtinns. "riennn be sent lo Hie puliilslilug house, liaWabasli If Mil 'Il.ll S UUtl ,119111. - v.. aveuue.t.hlago.or 10 me auiiiui v ' riticF.ni.no. For . Thirty - Days - Only I make this offer. Less than one mile from Astoria Box Factory on Columbia river. Streets 75andalleys- 20 feet wide. The CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE 8 ST. PIUL RAILWAY. CONNECTING WITH AUj TRANSCOXTIN ENTAL LINES, IS TEE- OITLT IiIUB RUSMNG Eloctric Lighted Cars BETWEEN SL PAUL zni CHICAGO AND OMAHA and CHICAGO. The EXPRESS THA1N8 consist of VESTI BULE!), BLKEl'lNH, DININU AND PAKLOR CARS, HEATtD BY STEAM And furnished with every luxury kuovva to it i luuuuru rauway biavui. For Speed, Ccmbrt an J Safety this Lens is Unequalsd Tickets on salo at all prominent railway offices. For further information inqulro ol any ticket agent, or C. J. EDDY. General Afft. J. Y. CASKY, Trav. Pass. Afft. l'OUTLANO, OKEliON. QUICK TIME TO SAN FRANCISCO ....AND ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the Southern Pacific Comp'y The Onlj Bonta Through California to al Pointi East and South. The Scenic Routt of the PaciSc Coast. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS SiECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CABS Attached to express trains, aff.iidinR superior accommodations for second cIhm pasenirers. For rates, tickets, sleeping car reservations, etc.. call upon or address E. P. ROGERS, As-iist-iii' General Freight and fasseuer Aueut, tort mid. Or.