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THJfl DAILY AST0K1AN, ASTOKIA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 7," IMCJ
rTBUSHEDBT Isttfui-CtlmbiBi rrillnhirijc Cmpaiy. JUJTOBIA. OKEGOWt Astobiav BoitDiso, - - - Cam Btkmr Ttrai T Habscrlptloa. DAILY. 6ned by Carrier, per week., bout by alail.poriiioiuh.......... Ittut by Mall, per Year IS ... 60 ...7.0O WMKLY. lent by mail, per year, 1100 In adtanca. Free postage to subsorioeis. Taa AiTORiAS guarantees to Ita adYertlsers the larguot circulation ut auy newspaper pub- isheu on uie uoiumDia iuybi. In future alt Items of local Interest forwarded to this omce must be aauresssu to me Cnr Editob. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, May fl. For Oregon and Washington, continued fair veather, Lcid weather for the twenty-four haura ending at I p. m., yesterday, fur nlahed by the V. 8. department of agrl culture, weather bureau: Maximum temperature, 64 degrecB, Minimum bempier&ture, 45 degrees. Precipitation, none. Total precipitation, from July 1st, 1892, to date, 78.70 Inches. Excess of precipitation, from July 1st 1892, to date, 8.23 Inches. The Austrian government, in proceed lng to institute trials for new kinds of bullets devoid of explosive results, gives an example that might well be followed by other nations of the world who have armed their military forces wth the ri fle of small calibre. When the latter style of weapon was adopted It was supposed that the bullets used would inflict less Berious wounds than the old-fashioned and more ponderous missile. The post mortem on the body of a soldier who was but recently shot at Vienna has, however, dlsclos'd the fact that so for from the "mall :nIsBlle only puncturing and passing through, it made a hideous wound, the steel covering breaking off from the leaden core of the projectile and the pieces spreading In the body of the victim with an explosive effect. According to accounts from the French battleflolds in Dahomey, the bullets from the Le bel rifle show the same results, and tear their way In the body In a terrible fashion; and this knowledge, taken Jointly with the fatality at Vienna and the subsequent action of the government of AuBtrla,wlU in all prob ability be largely Instrumental in re storing to general use the older and equally effective, but less Inhuman weapons of warfare. mm The earnest efforts to save the mag nificent forests of this country seem in a fair way to be rewarded wltl Bomethlng like success. The oldei states, properly the ones to take th Initiative In such a movemant, are al ready passing forestry laws of a char acter to prevent, to Borne extent, th wholesale and reckless despoiling ol their mountain forestB which has beer Industriously carried on for years past It la natural that those two Easterr Btatea which contain the most wonder ful mountain scenery should bo espec tally tealoua In the work, and It Is t matter of congratulation to lovers ol nature everywhere) that I'.he Whitf Mountains and Adirondack ranges arc likely to. be Insured against furthei molestation. It has been developed that the ordei adding to the navy regulations a para graph forbidding officers of the navy from acMng an correspondents for newspapers resulted from the fact that during the Chilean war some of the big dallies of New York obtained their "inside" news of the movements of the contending forces from those Bources, the news being at once cabled back by the friends of both part let and having its effect. At the time these metropolitan papers were vigorous In denouncing certain officer of the navy for the alleged betrayal of one army to the other, a fact which strongly In dicates now that the aggressive atti tude was only a bluff to shtelJ their own secret agents. The general puWIo sentiment In fa vor of race separation In street travel, a In churches, theaters, and steam trains, has caused much discussion of the problem how to keep separate the colored and white passengers In the street cars. The proposition which For the Next Thirty Days, To meet imperative demands, I will offer at such low prices on install ments, with easy payments, that finds most favor is to divide the cars into two compartments, the one for white and the other for colored pass engers, the entrance to these to be at different ends of the car. Another pro. pwal to reserve two of every three cars for white passengers, is not fa. vored. as It would discriminate against the colored people lit regard to time and accommodation. dWNERS OF TRANSOCEANIC SOIL A dlfltlngulHhed French geographer has been taking on account of stock and finds that Franco Is next to Eng land In the possession of a great co lonial empire. From his very interest lng figures the Boston Globe finds that England owns 28,935,699 square kilome ters of transatlantic colonies, France, 6,995,411: Germany, 2,403,620; Belgium, (Inclusive of the Congo state) 2,241,250; Portugal, 2,203,350; Holland, 2,003,201 Italy, 935,000, and Spain, 429,000 square kilometers. Germany Is thus seen to occupy third place as a holder of for eign real estate, her possessions being chiefly in African and Oceanic colonies. Her largest African possession is Cam eroon, containing 2,600,000 people. In teresting to paste away for reference Is the computation of the French geog rapher putting the colonial family of Great Britain at 345,641,000 Inhabitants, of France at 41,440,000, of Holland at 31,919,000, of Portugal at 14,213,000, of Belgium (Including the Congo state) at 14,100,000, of Spain at 9,400,000, of Italy at 6,370,000, and of Germany at 6,113,000 inhabitants. How small a part of the British em pire in population and extent the British Isles are Is thus recalled, nor Is Great Britain the only country that has a bigger family outside her own home domains than within them. In vestments In foreign real estate, even though it be acquired at the bare cost of conquest, are not always profitable ones. England's control over a large part of her foreign territory is only nominal, and Is maintained to a great extent nt a 'oss. Possibly many cf our people take It for granted that the acquisition of foregn territory is nec essarily an advantage. If England manifests little hunger after the Ha waiian Islands it may be from her much profitless experience In foreign possessions. WHEW! Mary Jane eat with her beau For six hours, with the gas turned down leau. When he said he muBt geau It affected her seau That she wept, and exclaimed, "Eau neau, neau!" New York Truth. 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 tumorals: 6.00 Coffins reduced to ) 3.00 8.00 CotllnB reduced to 6.00 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 CaskVts reduced to.... 00.00 125.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00 SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS. Welch Block, 718 Water St., Astoria, )regon. THE BOISTEROUS ATLANTIC. a terror t timid voyagers, scarcely ess on account of the perils of the leep than th almost certainty of sea ilcknees. The best surauve ci mil d .ner is Hostetter's Utoui2n Bitters. .vlilch settles the stomach and prevents U disturbance. To all travelers and .ourlsta, whether by aea, or lani, It pre sents a happy medium butween the nauseous or Ineffectual resources of the medicine cheat, and tae problrm itical beaeflt derivable from an un- medloated alcoholic timulaat, no mat' ter how pur. The Jarring of a rail road car oftaa. produces atomuclilc disorder akin 'ja tint caused by the rolllag of skip. I or tkls ids Bitters is a prompt and oartaln remedy, 'ihe use of a brackish water, particularly on long voyages la the tropica, inevit ably breads disorders of the stomach and bowels. HoateUer'e Stomach Lit ters mixed with. Impure water nullities Its lmpuritlaa. Similarly it counteracts malarial and other prejudicial Influen ces of climate or atmosphere, as well as th effects of exposure and fatigue. Use It for kidney complaints, rheuma tism aad debiUty. SUPERIOR ill iiuii OTHERS. Allcock's Porus Plasters are the greatest external remedy of the day. The quickest, safest, Burest, best. Not only immeasurably superior to all other plasters, tut oi to liniments. ointments, oils and slmllur unctuous compounds. Beware of lmltltlon9, and do not be deceived by mist presentation. Ask for Allcock's and let no solicitation ot explanation Induce you to accept a sub stitute. 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 Im portance to be transacted. Members In good standing are requested to be present and have their book or receipt aiong. Burus JENSEN. Secretary YOU CAN HAVE A HOBIE IN HILL'S FIRST ADDITION. YOU SHOULD READ THIS. The popularity of the Union Pacific Is 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 ot its patrons besides shortening the distance materially with Us fast trains. The pres ent train schedule enable passengers to reach St. Paul seven hours quicker and Ohicapo twenty-four hours quicker. Omaha and Kansas City and Intermediate points, forty hours quicker than any line from the Pnclllc Northwest. t, thm Nnrihurn Purine railroad If you are going Hast. Low rates of fare. tnrougn ucaeis, uukkiku mcnc w nation. All purchasers of second class .inn nucr ot Portland. Rates of fare same as from Portland. If you nave irienua m buiu " ..w., passage you wish to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Pacific ofllce.steanier Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced rates via all the lead ing steamship lines. - . 1 I v..MnnA whnaa ah L.A nn(ant moriintnMi advertised In this paper, together with the choicest perfumery, ana lonei arucm cn.-., .- be bought at the lowest prices at J. W . Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Astoria. ' irnnint, a. Uafia Us HMraf afreet. Port land, have on sale the Dally Astortan, so that visitors need not miss their morning paper when they are here. A Sure Care for Files. T. -Wl - Dllaa a. A knnwn bv molflturfi like perspiration, causing Intense itching when warm. This form, as well aa Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. Uosanko's Pile Kemedy, which acts . . . r. t.n-(a a ff net A.! ahfinrba tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. duc. urugBiat ur , rw Ttnaaiilrn Tl Arch VircumiB tree. t. - - : street. Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W. Conn. . . STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. M.-.t4r.& la hArAhv crlvpn that trrts ait- mini mrutllnff ft t ll O, UtCtoUhnf ttTH Of thfi Astoria Building and Loan Association will be held at the omce 01 xiodo a Parker on Genevieve street on Tuesday, i.. aih fnr the nnrnose of elect ing directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction or sucn otrrer dub Iness as may come before the meeting. The election of directors will be by hallnt nnrf will M held from 2 D. m. till 8 p. m. By order of the president. Attest, vv. u. twins, Secretary. TOO OFTEN THE CASE. INTERESTINQ PROOFS. A voune society lady, after a round of gayety, becomes suddenly conacious of an uu usual sensation. She lias frequent attacks of diuinest, her back aehct, and she feels blue aud generally run down. Mothers, iook wen to your aaugmers i 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, and it is well-nigh criminal to neglect anything which promises relief. 'PI h - f- nil i fl'.if a; fmm drftfll U nUlll Ml. BlII'VIV'U. V.u .v. vvw Diteatet. Bead what follows: Mrs. Jennie C. Davis, a fine artist and an accomplished authoress, of Westfield, Wis., had been subject to lieaaucne ever since Bne could remember, bo severe were ner at tacks as to cause at times temporary delirium. All tre.Uraent had failed to relieve her, but after uing Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine she writes : " My record is to me, at least, satisfactory. No headache, constantly 111 craving appetite, and a consequent gain in wuigiu 01 two ana a nan pounus iu jusi uue week." Six weeks later she writes: "Have read nnd sewed immoderately of late, but my henducliP8 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 attempt a description of her tiifferingi during all this time. She was treated by our very bet local physicians, wiih but temporary benefit. She has taken four bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerving, and is cured. She 1ms gained twenty pounds in weight. I tell you, she often blesses you for what you have done for her." Recollect that for the CUBE of all Ner vous Diseases there is no remedy which ap proaches Dr. M'dei 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. BETTO N'S I Positive Curt I OR PI LES Fl'l B CARMAHAfiJ & CO 1 Sa ht 'umuMn. 1 MUtaw ucc.-f s-rs to I. W. C.se, Imi.ort.;r aud or mmie1 en mwipt o? Wholesale. anl Ketail dealer lb SHI If B rwMwa GENERAL MEBCHAKDISE iSKui U M3 ' I'mps.. luliiuure. Mil, Cor. Sacoud and Caa Street, ArtTOW-V, OREGON Q-et A. Bicycle! JAMES FINLAYSOfTor" HUMER & MER8ENS, ARTHUR BARTHOLOMEW, rropiletorsof the NorthTifif'Wi'I' co, Portland Bu'.cherinT Ca.'s Markets iviPirpiiT u,.i nil miw-n in.,1. C"ripr Second ami Benton sir els IMPhRIAL Milrtlier UIKh Clinler rillr,j all(, o,t Wuh.li streeti. Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report a ABSOJJUTELV PURE Ef ERI LAB0RI1 M OR ICHIIC Can avail himself ot this golden opportunity. LOTS IN THIS CHOICE ADDITION FOR $75 EACH, . AT $5 DOWN ON BOND, AND $5 PER KONTH. Nature should' be assisted to throw offimpnrt ties of the blood. Nothing does It so well, so safely or ho prompt ly as Swift's Specific CURES MALARIAL 'POISON LIFE HAD NO CHARMS. Fir thntt rear I w troubled with malarial poltott which caused my itpfWiie Ut .tl.Oiui I w-t gioally re tlutndln Ac-,h, and liil4tall itscliarma. I tried titer r.urulaad pth fm -'lir-s, lut t'tnu effect. 1 could get mm-l f. I Uicn trit-d Sf23?S3?3Sfl A tew t!1"0 wuaJerfiil uiedlcino iTlinade comple llll rr" Iftssisfsn stlws; w s. now trritV tx-tki iicatUi than ever. J. A. kiCB, Ottawa, Kau. Our Look on ElooJ and tiki a Diseases mailed free. CPMQIFIO CO., ATLANTA, QA, ACIRBONS, . UlUUftt'oP ACCOUNTinml I'Rokessionau 'jokke:-;I'EU. Officic : With General MeMietier Co,, bid FkaiiiiMiue stieet A A. CLCVELANO. . . ATTORNEY AT LAW. uitlre-Kinney's new lin k tmiii'.luK, comer Thud and Ueuevleve streets ; up stairs. J Q.A.BOWLBY, Al'TOMEY AM) COUSCELOR AT LAW Offlfa on Becoud Street, - Astoria, Or. JOHN H. SMI r. A'li'OltNBx AT LAW. Office In Klnney'i new brick bulldlug, over Astoria National Bank, W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCK AGEN1 omce 112 Uenton street, Astoria, Oregon. D3. EILIV JANSQN. rilYolOIAN Si SUltUHOS. R OM T. Olllceovrr Osgood's Clothing Htore, hours, 10 to 12 in, 2 to 6 p, m, 7 to 8 u in. Sunday, 10 to 11 ni. DR. O.B, ESTES, PHYSICIAN aVT) 8CROEON. epeclid attention to Diweamw ol Women ana Surgery. Office over Uubziger's store Astoilav R. A. K. and J. A. WULTON. DISEASES OF WOMEN AtifKCML a kpwi'i r.rv KuiKerv y i r. j. A. mutou. Office 178 Cass street. Hours lo to U and 1 to 4 TAY TUTTLE M.D., O I HYS1C1AN, SUKUKoi 4 ACCOUCHEUR. OIUcc, loons 8, 4 over Astoria NationalBunk. bouts, 10 to 12 i 2 toa. Kesidcuce.639 Cedar st. DR. WALTER I. HOW4.0D. HOMOEor'ATHlC PHYSICIAN & SUR gHirn. Ollice, ib. Tlilnl Htriet. lloms 10 to 12 und 2 to 4, Sunday 1 to 2. Ke.-ldBiice 4US Sd s: reel T P. MULUNIX, M. D, JJ. Gives Miecial ueannent for Catarrh, TTii oat I.uiikh, Kidney Genilo-Urinary organs Office uStuiinM Third Sc. ll'jurj.a a.111,9 p.m. RtCBABD HARRY. City Surveyor. 0, H. ISOM. II ARRY A ISOM, CIVIL ENGINEERS AND 8UUVKYORH. KOOMS 5 AND 6, OVER ASTOKIA NATIONAL BANK. IT. T. BUBNIV, J. W. DRAPKB Barney & Draper, Attorneys alalia w Oregon City, Oregon Twelve years' experience as register f th 0. 8. Laud OHice her-", recommends us lu om Bpeciulty of Mining aad nil oilier bUMiness be fore the Land fllce or the Conns, aud involv ing the practice 01 the Geueral Laud Ofllce. T)ROCKt NBROUCH & COWING, LAW OFKICE, OREOON CITY, OK. Special attention iiiveu to land business. Set tiers on liuinesteaiis or pre-emption clnliui and tiiulier land purchased shown every ailvautage of the Iaw. For asiatancs lu making llual proof call 011 us. THOS. FREiRICKSON, Plv.0 1 1 N Hi. 2mi 281. Wost Six'.h mreei. H. B. PAEKEE DEAI.EK IN lime. Prick, Sand, Fire Brick. Fi-e Clay, Ci ment, Mill Keed.Oi.t". straw Hair, W'-imI Delivered to nler. Drtying, Teamiot and xpre EuiineEB. Foard & Stokes Dealt th In Ol-'ssware. Crockery, Ship Sii(ilto, lolwi'O. Winea and Fine Wiiikiis. Fine lea and Coir e.iSitCMltA. Th F.n-st l)lplny ol Frul s In he iMv, Frejili on ti .er.vStcHnier. Co nor of Tlii'd and West Ki t.i Mrects. Ripans Tabules Ripans 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. One Box (Six VUls) Seventy-five Cents. One Package (Four Boxes) Two Dollars. Ripans Tabules may be ob tained of nearest druggist; or by mail on receipt of price. For free aomple addreu RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. NEW YORK. CLATSOP LAND CO. Incorporated with $25,000 Capital Stuck. Resl Estate anl insurance Brokers, Notary Puhlli! and Convevan. era. Sneclul attolitlou paid U rents, payment of taxex, etc., for uuu residents. Sole netits (or Poiith AMorla, Pr.n- pectl'mk, lleml'K'ii ran auo nwen A-iawnn, also Itat Seadioe. busin'-ss ud limidc property aud c'loice acreage. 471 1 kird St., A3!or:a. HUGHES & CO., Wholesale and Ketail LIOUOR DE A LERS. Importer, ot All Brands ol Fure.ivn and Domes tic Winea. Liquors and Clears. J. n. Cuiler WnlsKies a specialty. Vai BlaL Bottled Beer. Finest brands of Key West auo Domestic Olgars Mquors for Hedlo.lnRl Purposes. Fantilv Trade Solicited. All orders from tlo Oily and Coutitry proiory filled. (en.ogue Street, - - Astoria. Oregoi. Slntiucr llwaco -v Tjnv.. t.miu il 'llv :it 7:20 a. 111. for llwaco callii t? at .Tunny Point, and connecting n.tli raiiroati r.uimo); ounn ai iv a. in, ou boati 1 11 slinalwrttvr lla for South Ueiid, Suniiiliie, North Caw Ana oilier imhiiIs tl niujtli to tirny's liar. lui.. Itetiirnii a nili'i.'cvq HI Iiwaco Wltl nean:erslor Astor'aanJ Sklt Itoati ior JOHN S"uoUU KK, L. A. LnOAUS, n arv. l'resldem K. V KCll it. Supeilpteudent. PO'lTLAhiO -nD ASTOifl. Steamer Telephone. Lesves A- trl i 1. 1 1 y evening except Suuda; at 7 r. m. Ar Ives ul .sioiia Kvcry day except Sninla:. at i p ra. . . , Leaves Portland Every aay except Sunda; at 7 a. m. O. W. STOSri. Agent, Avtorm. E. A. SIELSY, Uenoral Ageut, i'ortland Or. THE HODSD WMS, THEIR WOKKS AND KrXICS, -BY- REV. STEPHEN D. PEET, Ph. D.. KD:rOB OP AMERICAN ANTIQUARI.tK, Author of Animn! Efllgies and EmUcmatic Mouuils, etc. iThl liwk treats of the Monnd-bulldcrs; their i.ccuinton. wo v of life, r.-lij?ions systems, triba. rlivisloof and early iniKrotions. The work contnins descriptions of the ejrth works of a ! clnssis. The clas-iilcatioii of the mound Is mad- accordins to tneir uses, wh-llier vilhise reidencc, h fleK-nscs, as relnri riis structures, or as saerlthial or burial places. ... , 1 Tito W'nik common ui.ui in. .-..1 ...... do-eri!'tlnn. of M unl buil"ei relics, es- Tht"he dir'1s ihat It contalus comprehensive iew of ihe whole Held, nd elvus luforrr.ution about the mounds i.nd levies .. .... ..A Ltrlnla It ,U nOP nf R flerlPS whic'i ludcT'.tcilto pre-lili-turie America, and perhaps wooi.i ne rvfc-uruu .u "" et1im volume. . . The .unhorrlMt'uh9. r ptlons Ordcrscsri be sent to tha publlfhiuit liouc, l.jV.sbnsh aveuue.Onioago.or W Uie author at Avon, 111. rnicE.3.so. For Thirty - Days Only I make this offer. Less than one mile from Astoria F.ox Factory on Columbia river. Streets 75andalleys 20 feet wide. The CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY, CONNECTING WITH AI.li TEANSCONTIN ENTAL LINE8, IS THE ONLY LI1TE RTJNSING Eloctrio Lighted Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL andiCHICAGO AND OMAHA ar.d CHICAGO. The EXPRESS TRAINS consist of VESTI BULED, SLEEPING, DINING AND PARLOR CARS, HEATED BY STEAM And furnished with every luxury known to modern railway travel. For Speed, Comhrt anJ Safety this Lin j is UnequaleJ Tickets on sa'e at all prominent railway offices. For further information inquire of any ticket agent, or C. J. EDDY. General Afft. J. W. CASEY. Trav. Pass. Afft. PORTLAND, OREUON. aUICK TIME TO SAN FRANCISCO ..AND.. ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA, Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the Southern Pacific Conip'y Tht Only EonU Through California to al Pointi Eait aad Sonth. The Scenic Route of the Pacific Coast PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CARS Attached to exnress trains, affor Jlnz gimrlor Hccominodatlons for second class uasseneen. I For rati, tickets, sleeuing car reservationa. stc, call up. n or address K. P. ROGKIUJ, Asiist I ant General Freight aud fasseucer Axeut.l'ort- aud, or.