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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1893.
The Daily Astorian. TERM 3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. Served by Carrier, per week.... 15 cts Scut by Mall, per month 60 eta Sent by Mall, per year ..J7.W WEEKLY. Bent by Mall, per year, $2.00 In advance. Postage free to subscribers. The Astorian guarantees to Its ad vertisers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. Advertising rates can be obtained on application to the business manager. This paper is In possession of all the telegraph franchises, and Is the only paper on the lower Columbia that pub lishes genuine aispatcnes. The Dally Astorian's circulation Is live times as great as that of the com' blned circulation of the other dally pa cers of Aston. The Weekly Adtorlan, the third oldest weekly in the state of Oregon, has. next to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. Subscribers to The Astorian are re quested to notify this office, without loss of time, Immediately they fall to receive their dally paper, or when they do not get It at the UBual hour. By doing this they will enable the man agement to place the blame on the proper parties, and to ensure a speedy remedy. Handley & Haas are our Portland agents and copies of The Astorian can be had every morning at their stand on First street TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, Nov. 3. For Oregon and Washington, rain. Blight '.emperature oliniiRes; fresh southerly winds, high to gales on the coast. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for the twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. ni. yesterday, fur nished by the U. S. Department of Ag rldilt'jre weather bureau. Maximum temperature, M degrees. Minimum itemiwrature, 1 'degrees. Precipitation, 2.65 Inchon. Total precipitation from July 1st, 1X93, to date, 1U.&2 Inches. Excess of precipitation from July 1st, 1833, to date, 2.8(i Inches. PARNELL1TES AND IRELAND. The corimral's guard of Pnrnellltes have abandoned Gladstone, but the the chances are that the O. O. M. will be Btronjfer without them. Home rule for Ireland Is only one of the reforms which Gladstone Is endeavoring to bring about, and he Is likely to accom pllr.h all of them If he lives two or tin to years longer. Globe Democrat. This view of matters In Great Brit cln touching Irish affairs Is accepted generally In tl-o United Stotes, and It Is not true. The pretense that the forcing the homo rule hill through the house of commons, by a Blender ma Jorlty, under the personal lnlluence of Gladstone, settles nny thing or Is in the direction of reform. Is an error. Mr. Gladstone has had a great hold on the Scotch, WelHh nnd Iriah, and he guev Ireland more than her share of repre sentatives In parliament, and by this margin of his own moke, and the Welsh disestablishes, ho got. through his Ir Inn bill. That bill never was before the people of Great Britain. It was evolv ed during the discussions In parliament. Several matters that even Mr. Glad stone, In a hurry as he Is, did not. dare to tackle are deferred for terms of years. The Irish are dissatisfied be ciuFe they are to be cut down twenty members In the Imperial house, nnd the other parts of the empire do not want the Irish to have a Dublin parlla' ment and eighty members to handle at Westminster as the silver senators In Uio senate handle their gang, and they are not going to put up with if. The house bf lords threw out the home rule bill with contempt, and did a pop ular act. The limine of lords Is not to be seriously assailed. There Is certain information that us the case stands England would go almost Bolld against Gladstone, nnd that he would lose 8cob land. He is playing to hold on to the government, and put In popular meas ures to hetp him. over the unpopular ity of home rule. It will not work. The dlsMnctlon of the Purnellltes Is oppo sition to the rule of the priests, and If they go, down gixs the meeting house. Mr. Gladstono will exercise all his wonderful art and ability to prevent going to the country, for he knows he v. Ill lx beaten wbrn hi gets there. THE CHANNELS OP TRADE. Sevorol circumstance luivo grwl'inlly developed to emphasise the triumph of the cause of good money, nnd they will contrive to extend and nuKment the usefulness of the lonjr delayed action of congress. The business world has been waltliiK for tlmb which has come. Thero l.ns been hesttntlon to let out money until the settK'iiKiU of the question w hether we are to change the measure of money. We are on the irold stand ard, nnd In harmony with the great I'ommercItU nations. There has been no proposition to change to the gold Htandard; the silver cruwule has been to alxindon It, take up the cheaper ntctul, and depnrt from the world's KtandnrU, The country will rout easy on the knowledge that there la not to ho u t-hange In money; that all our dollars are to be always as good as nnyliody'a dollnrs. There will be a cheerful fetl lnj; about not having congrens on our handd for a few wk. Th full elec tions ere likely to do a great deal of good, and there Is no chance for them to do much harm. There will be con siderable confidence that the adminis tration party, divided on the money question, will not be able to unite for a raid upon the Industries. The lm mense accumulations of money will be available, and there will be a better ment of the times. If the president can continue to shape his policy so as to obtain one-half the democratic and two-thlrdj of the republican strength In congress, we shall recover rapidly from the depression that came with the administration. Farmer Cushman, of this county, thinks we are going to have a very severe winter, for the following rea sons: Corn husks are very thick; hog's rr.elt runs Jagged; the breast bone of a May goose shows spots resembling the canals of Mars; the ducks. are fly ing In U-shaped instead of V-shapcd flocks, and green frogs are changing their skins and seeking springs for win ter quarters. The scoffers at supersti tion may deride the seer of Clatsop, and may hold, In their folly, that none but sreen frogs would go to the springs for winter quarters, but the signs set forth make It probable that Cushman will enter the prophet business In opposi tion to Pague. It teaches of the awful lmpenetra blllty of the future to read from an enskern newspaper of last Saturday evening that reached us this morning; "As we und-srstind the announcement of Carter Harrison's marriage, he will lose hlB vote. The wedding Is fixed for New Orleans on election day." And four hours after this was writ ten, Carter Harrison was lying in his Chicago home with four bullets In his body a mangled and bleeding, corpse. His marriage, his vote, his aspirations, tnd fears, all silenced forever. Governor McKInley, speaking yester day In Dayton, Ohio, said: "You are not producing so much In Dayton this year as last, and you know that by painful experience. One es tablishment which had 1,400 men busy last year now has 200; another had 1,200 then, and now Is working half- force on half time; another that kept 500 busy now employs but 210 at a 10 per cent reduction In wages ;eand still another that had 200 men working, and was running day and night, has closed." The facts are talking In Ohio. Hill would odd duties to protect the laboring men from a reduction of tholr wages, and he would protect manu facturers from sudden changes by con tlnuing duties on the faith of the ex l&tenoe of whlc'i Investments have been made. That ia a very extensive and significant program. If Dnvid Rennet Hill took the stump In Ohio now, he would, we Infer, have to bo for Mc Klnley. The Portland Telegram says: "The Oregon state penitentiary now l.ns 35S converts!) on its roll. Nine was lie nunibcT who began wearing striped elolics during September." Now if nine "converts" "was" the number what begun wearing Btrlped clothes in September, didn't It proves beyond a doubt that the Telegram ain't the most grammatical paper what you ever see? Why, certainly It do. The twaddling Telegram Is scivatolng I Itself hoarse about "that boom." There will be no boom. No newspaper fa voring repeal ever said there would be. That lda exists alone in the fertile Imagination of Moffett. But there will be a wholesome development, nnd with tho quickening ot the pulse of com- mirce will come a general Improve-1 ment of affairs. THK NEW BAKERY. Corner Olney and Second. Largest, loaf of homo made bread In I town for 6 cents. All kinds of fresh cakes nnd home made. candieB. HIS PERSONAL EXPERIENCE. Hon. James W. Hunted, while serving r.is sixin term as speaker of the Assem bly of the state of New York, writes. "New York Assembly Chamber, Albany, Jan. 10, 1S1M). I desire once more to bear my lestl- nony to the value of Allcock's Porous liasters. I have used them for twenty five years past, and can conscientiously commend them as the best external remedy that I have known. Years ago when thrown from a carriage and ser iously Injured I gave them a thor ough trial. In a very short time the pain that I was suffering disappeared. and within a week I was entirely re erelgn remedy, both for external and rerimc rrom a severe cough, which threatened pulmonary difficulties, which i wan recommended to go to Florida to reuevt, i determined to test the plus ters (i gain. I annlled thorn to mv client I and between the shoulder blades, and in less than a fortnight was entirely cuivd. On still another occasion when suffering from an attack of rheumatism in tne shoulder to such an extent that l could scarcely raise my nrni. I again resorted to the plasters, and within a very lew nays the rheumatism entirely insoppearea. iy rami v as well ns myself have found them to be a sov- enogn remedy, both for external and Internal troubles. I never had but one hiuney uunculty in my life, and the I application of the blasters cured me ' i within a week. I desire, as I said be-! fore, to POftr mv testimony In a. nubile' way to their efflency. nnd I know i.f no my personal experience. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, All persons having claims against the estate of F. E, Nelson, will present mem to me at tne olllce of J. U. A. Bowlby within six months from this date. JOHN JACKSON. Administrator. Astoria, Oregon, Oct. 19, 1893. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world fot cuts, bruiFcn, sores, plcers, salt rheum, fever sore, tetter. chaDDed hands, chilblains. corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive ly cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion ur money refunded. Price 25 cents per dux. j'or sale by Chaa. Rogers, "esror to J. C. Dement Opposition Line! -TO- PORTLAND THE CITY OF FRANKFORT Will leave Astoria Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays at 8:30 p. fn. Sundays at 8:30 a. m. Leaves Portland, Morrison street dock, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 11 p. m. FARE Single trip $1; round trip, $1.50. . Astoria Shipping Co., Agents, Main street wharf. TOO OFTENJHE CASE. INTERESTING PROOFS. A young society lady, nfter a round of. gayety, becomes suddenly conscious of an mi usual sensation. She ha frequent attacks of diir.inciis, her back ache, and she feels blue and generally run down. Mothers, look well to your daughters I Daughters, look well to yourselves I Let tfte lirst 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. There is hopefot all sufferers from Nervous Diseases. Head what follows: Mrs. Jennie C. Davis, a fine artist nnd an accomplished nuthoress, of Westfield, Wis., Inn I 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 after using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine slio writes: "My record is to me, at least, satisfactory. No headache, constantly in cri.'iuing appetite, and a consequent gain in .u-ijs'lit of two and a half pounds in just one week." iitx weeks later she writes: "Have read and newed immoderately of late, but my henl:tchrs do not return," Mrs. John 11. Miller.of Valparaiso, Ind., wan 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 re.-uSt eii her in insanity or softening of tlif biain. Her husband thus writes; "It would he impossible for mo to attempt a descrivlion of Iter anff'ng3 during all this time. 8he w as rented by our very bed local phvsieii;i:s. wild hut temporary benefit. She has taken fixir bottles of Db. Miles' Restorative inkrvine, nnd ia cured. She has eaL.e I twenty pounds in weicht. I tel! vou. niia often blesses you for what vou have done for her." Recollect that for the crnE of nil Ner- voih Diseases there is no remedy which nn- proaches Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. It is freo from danirerous drucrs nnd oniates. Sold by nil druggists, on a positive guarantee, or1 Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind. Progress and CooKery. "The World Movm." There is no better illustra tio:i of this old saying than the numerous schools now-a-days devoted to practical kitchen processes. These schools have been alert to find a reasonable substitute for lard, the useof which is so generally condemned. This want has been fully met by CGWOLEUE the new vegetable Lard. When science strikes the kitchen, it strikes home and everybody gets the benefit. Cottolene is a clean, dcli cate and economical substi tute for Lard cleaner than the hog, delicate as the fin est vegetable oil, economi cal from its low price an J small quantity required to be used. Prove it for your self by a trial. At grocers everywhere. REFUSE ALL-SUBSTITUTES. N. K. FAIR BANK & CO.. ST. LOUIS and CHICAOO, NEW VOWW. BOBTOW. dr. Gumn Otliotl SYRUP m COLDS avat Axa croup. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE. Mi. . ty 'or oolUrh, cold. nd croup wmm onion i " mviu A to-dtr m It wn lon yean m u;ji.,,.r.r,wicj nartWiiJui b to. SMita, t-or j, by j. w. Conllt pnjggj.t. XML mm Nature should bo assisted to throw off imnnr'. ties of the blood. Nothing: does it go well, so safely or so promptly as Swings Specific. CURES MALARIAL POISON LIFE HAD NO CHARMS. P r three years I wm troubled with malarial roiion. nhi. h caused my appetite to fail, and 1 was greatly re iw din flesh, and iiieiostau tisciiarms. i incn mer tifi4lnndpotabh rcmedi. l.ut tonoeltect. I could get mlcrful mrdkine IfCtSsWt&iTtJ made a complete i In i in i r - Ifi f ii Ai if!"1 I now cuiuy Li utter health than ever. J . A. K1CE. Ottawa, Kuo. Our hr.H cn Dlood and Skin Diseases mailed free. iJtFT SPfOWO CO.. ATLANTA, OA, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. A. SMITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building, over C. H. Cooper's store. W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 573 Third street. J. E. LuFORCE, D. D. S. DENTIST. Flavel building, opposite Occident. FULTON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 3, 4, 5, and 6, Odd Fellows' Building, Astoria, Oregon. W. M. LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build ing. SILAS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlce in Flavel's brick building. FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria, Oregon. J. Q. A. BOWLBY, . ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offlce on Second Street, Astoria, Or. 1 DR. W. C. BELT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over store of J. B. Wyatt, Sec ond street near Genevieve. DRS. A. L. AND J. A. FULTON, DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY. Surgery by Dr. J. A. Fulton. Offlce 178 Cass street. Hours, 10 to 12, and 1 to 4. DR. ELIV JANSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offlce, Room 7, over Osgood's Cloth ing store, hours, 10 to 12 m., 7 to 8 p. m. Sunday, 10 to 11 a. jn. DR. O. B. ESTES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Offlce over Danzlger's store, Astoria, JAY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms S, 4, over Astoria Na tional jiank. Hours, 10 to 12. and 2 to &. Residence, 639, Cedar street. DR. WALTER I .HOWARD, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND iJu'RGEON. Office, 454 Third street. Hours, 10 to a ana z 10 ssunaay, l to 2. Rest dence, 468 Third street. DR. STRICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Dealer in DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN DRIES. 357 Second Street, Astoria. BUSINESS CARDS. F. WICKMAN, CONTRACTOR. House moving and Btreet planking. ocrews ana blocks for rent. Call on or aauress 2037 Pine street. A. GIBBONS, ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPER Office, with General Messenger Co., ma oquemoque street. J. II. MANSELL, REAL ESTATE BROKER. Notary Public. Fire and accident In surance. W. W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE Agent. Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Or. TIX ID ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK TUAKSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Account of Firms and Individuals Solicited on Favorable Term. Foreign andOonteatlo Exchange bought and sold. Monet Lonned on Personal securit u Interest paid on Time Deposits as follows.: For 3 months, 4 per cent per annum. '6 " s " " 12 " j A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT wt-ii Tinininen id ronnecnon wmi tlie above. Uepmiis will lie received io .mount, of one dollar and upward. Interest will be allowed as follows : On ordi nary savings books, per ceut per uonuin ; on term saviug (books, 6 per ceut per annum. D. K. Warm. President. J. K. Hl.l4'hlcr. J.C. BvaMat, Vic President. k. K. Warrea, 1 j. o. rst. M. Director.. H. l'.ThBSMa, TkM Bracks-, J 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 Vials) 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 sample addrett RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. NEW YORK. PORTLAND AND ASTORIA. Steamer Telephone. Leaves Astoria Every evening except Sun day at 7 n. m. Arrives at Astoria Every day except Sunday at 2 p.m. Leaves Portland Every nay except Sunday at 7 a. m. 0. W. STONK, Agent, Astoria. K. A. Skelky, General Agent, Portland Or. HUGHES & CO., Wholesale and Retail lTquor dealers. Importers ot All brands ol Fore Ik n and Domes tio Wines, Lliiuors and Clears. J. H. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Vai BlHta Bottled Beer, Finest 1mu1h ol Bey West, and Domestic Clears. Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. Family Trade Holintted. All orders trow (tie City mid Country prur"','Uy tilled. Hquemoque Ktreet, - Astoria. Oregoi. THE ASTORIA SAYINGS BANK Acts as trustee for corporations and Individ uals. Deposits solicited. Intercut will be allowed on savings deposits as lollows; On ordinary savings nioas per-cen: ner annum. On term savings books 6 per cent, per annum. On certificates of deposit: For three inontbn, 4 per cent, per annum. For six months, 6 per cent, per annum, for twelvo months, 8 por cent, per annum. I. W. CASE President J. 6. A. BOWLBY Vice-President FRANK PATTON Cashier W. B. DEMENT Secretary directors: I. W. Case, J. Q. A. Bowlby, Oust Holmes. C. H. PAge, Bcul. Younw, A. 8. Keed. F. J. Taylor. Every Bequislto for FIRST-CLASS FUNERALS AT Pohl's Undertaking Parlors, Third Tircct. Kates Reasonable, Embulmlng a Specialty. The Store of John G. Niemi Has been purchased by Butterfield Bros., Who are KolnfJ to close out tlie stock. Intending purehasf will do well to call and examine gooJs and prices before purchasing elsewhere. They abo have a good watchmaker to do repairing. H. B. PARKER DEAXER IN Lime, Brick. Sand, Fire Brieic, i-ire t:iay. Cement, Mill Feed, Oats. Hay. straw Wood Delivered to Order. Driving, Taming" and Express Business, O. A. STIBSON Se CO.. BLACKSM )THIN(i oki ...a r.nnin work. Ilono5noeinz. Wai;- ous made and repaired. Ho woik e'nt UQ kiss sircov. u,mw- FREEMAN & BREMNEK, BLACKSMITHS. Special attention paid to steamboat re- . pairing, first-clans horseshoeing, etc. Logging Camp Work a Specialty. 197 Olner street, between Third and Fourth, Asloria. Or. FISHER BROTHERS SHIP CHANDLERS. Hesvyand ShJlt HABDAV A.K 1 Carry In t Wk Wagons and Vehicles, Farm Maehlnerr. Paints. His, arnisne. LOUen Doors and Wio.-owa. PROVISIONS. FLOCK tnd HILL FEED. ASTORIA. - t VKU-U. The CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE S ST PAUL RAILWAY CONNECTING WITH ALL TRANSCONTI NENTAL LINES IS HE OXTLT LLXXTB RUNNING Elcctrio Lighted Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL and CHICAGO AN OMAHA and CHICAGO. The EXPRESS TKA1N8 couhIsi ol VESTI BULED, SLKKPIMt, D1N1NU AND PARLOR CARS. HEATED BY STEAM And iurnlshed with cvti l.ixim known modern railway travel. For Speed, Comfort and Safety this Una is Unequaled Tickets on sale at all tiromincnt rail offices. For further information Inquire of any tick agent, or C.J. EDDY, General Agt. J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pasn. Agt. PORTLAND, OREGON. QUICK TIME TO SAN FRANCISCO ....AND- ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA, Via the Alt. 8htta Rnite of the Sontlierii Pacific Comp'y Tht Or ly Boat Through ICslifornis to t Points East and South Th Seenie Rou( of the PatiQe Coast. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS -AN! SECOND-CLASS BLEEPIXQ CAKfi Attached to eipress trains. atTordlnR nrrlot acrammndatiiMm for seronrt class paatK-nnec. tor rates, Uckets, sleeping ear reservations eter , call u poo or andress K. P. KOGKKJj, Aiwlst ant General Fivlht and Passenger Aaent,Port ana. ur.