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THE DAILY ASTORIA?;, ASTORIA, TUESDAY MOttftlM, APRIL 3, im.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. fe.ved by carrier, pepr week.. IG ct felt by mall, per month 60 rf Knit by mall, per year $7.00 WEEKLY. ' Sent by mall per year, J2.00 In advance, Pontage tree to subscriber!. The Astorlan guarantee to Its suli scTlberi the lnrgest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia liver. . Advertising rates can be obtained on triplication to the business, manager. This paper Is in possession of all the telegraph franchises, and Is the only paper on the Columbia river that pub lishes genuine dispatches, , - The Pally Astorian'H circulation Is live times as great as that of the com bined circulation of the other dally pa lters of Astoria.' ...... The Weekly Astorlan, the third old pst weekly In the state of Oregon, has, utxt to the Portland Oregonlanr the largest weekly circulation in the state. Subscribers to the Astorlan ' are re quested to notify this ofllce, .without loss of time, Immediately they full to receive their dally paper, or when thry do not gSt it at the usual hour.- By do ing this they will enable the manage ment to place the blame on the proper parties and to insure a speedy remedy. Handley & I'aus are. our Portland u gents and copies of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their sland on First street. TIDB TABLE. For the Wek, Beginning To-day. ' 1 H'OH WATKR I 10W WATHIl 0 TS 'A.M. KM. j A ,M. P.M. I h in t It. h "mi It. I h tri ft.H h m I I; Tue... 3U16 7 4 77. 7T. TiW 26 "B4B0"g Wed.. 4 0 00 7 6 12 00 7 6 61118 16(0 8 Thr.... 5 0 28 8 0 12 43 7 7 6 52 1 0 6 62,1 0 Frl 6 0 6882 1 25 7 8 71506 726 13 fat.... 7 1288 5 2107 6 7 55 0 2 7 58,1 8 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. ' Local weather for the twenty-four hours ending at 5 p. m. yesterday, fur nished by the U. S. Department of Ag riculture weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 61 degrees: minimum temperature, 41 degrees; pre cipitation, .22 Inch. Total precipitation from July 1. 183, to date, 86.00 Inches; excess of precipi tation from July 1, 1883, to date, 20.H inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, April 2. For Washington and Oregon: Fair weather; warmer. If the speedy arrival of Coxey's army In Washington will hurry the adjourn ment of congress, Coxey should be en couraged. . Senator Brtce says he Is a democrat for the same reason that he has red hair; and Vet there are plenty of red headed men who have sense enough to be republicans. The democratic majority In the house Is making a great pretense of reducing the appropriations, which simply means that the deficiency hills of the next scs Mlon will be larger than usual. Prof. Garner has spent two yeurs In Africa In private conversation with the gorillas, and ho Is said to have acquired the language. It consists of bIx words. It would be refreshing to the public If Senator Peffer would acquire the Inn Kuage and stick to It. : The course of divorce does not nlwayn run smooth. Not by any means. Mrs. John W. Atwood, of Providence, It. I., secured a divorce fromi her husband, and a few dayB after tho decree was granted Mr. Atwood, worth $500,000, died suddenly of apoplexy, and his late wife loses her dower In the estate. . t..-1 a Col. Rreckenrldge once said In con gress: "I can never be president. I, with many of my colleagues, have been guilty of an indiscretion which enjoins in from feeling any ambition in that lUreeUon." And everybody thought the (M)lom4 referred to his service In the ronrederat army. L - 1 The us? of a "live wire" in the hands of well-gloved and able-bodied soldiers Is a matter that should be examined by -oinplnt military authorities. A crew tit railroad men In New Jersey recently put te rout a poBse of constables in nhrvrt order by Ihe vigorous use of some moderately charged electric wires, und there was no bloodshed or loss of life, The combination of Victoria and Port Toxnvsend eanltallsts who have been prospeetlnur for coal In Leland valley, a few miles (ron Tort Townsend, for the lust tour months, has struck coal at r depth of 00 feet. Over W.000 has been expended so far on the work. If the mmo amount of money wer expended In owning the coal beds on tho Col um his. and Nehalem, there imtJ be no further excuse for supplying Astoria ,!in Portland with Piiffet Sound and Tlrttish Columbia coal. Jlarper's VVJy satirically pictures tie vjlege man t t'lduy s lounging wlnh a cigarette In an ctu-y iulr a;d r mjrklng with Mtauie ieer o his lather, who l-s come up to see lilm:. I suy.-gov.-rnor, you ought to have We drowned the prtsljent of the frvh :in ci ihs, m !-tee-il 'e-htx'' two of US i i'nf. DJuctrofrgle's room I after he'd gone to bed, und turned on every gaH Jet In the room!" In this con nection It Is refreshing to know that one of the students of Cornell uuivei-J elly has Ixfji Hont to Jail for contempt, hwnuw he refused to give 'evidence re garding the recent chlorine gns poison ing In thnt Institution. It Is reported that tho president cut out of a report by the" secretary of the navy the personal severities about Mr. Carnegie In regard to an armor-plate contract Mr. Herbert seems to have sought to improve the occasion, and Cleveland has heard so much that the Carnegie Arm elected him the last time that he has found In the opaque depths of his nature a kindly feeling for the Iron philanthropist. ' BPIRIT OF THE PRESS. Hon. C. W. Fulton, of Astoria, will nrobablv be the republican nominee for governor. A stronger man count noi ue found for the place. Nehalem journal A womani appeared at tho police sta tion recently and tried to get herself arrested for having two husbands. She did not succeed. The police know when a woman has trouble enough. Kxam Iner. An Iowbj white girl has eloped with a colored bill poster, and a young lady of EvanBton society has married her fatti er's butler. What would life be without the vagaries of the fair, fickle and ol ways fascinating sex? Chicago Times. If the republican bosses In New York get through with their quarreling by November, the republican parly w carry thiM-fourths of the congressional districts of the state. In the Interest of the party the bosses should be exlir pated. Globe-Democrati A new club has been formed in Wash ington City, Its members composed of employes of the government. At the first meeting the new club passed reso lutions approving the administration of which Its members were a part and then adjourned to get breath. Fort Worth Gazette. A "Jag cure" establishment at Den ver has been seized by the Internal reve nue officers, for selling liquor without a license. It must have been run on the slmilla slmillbus plan, or, as our fore fathers used to say, curing with the hair of the dog that bit the patient. San Francisco Chronicle. OREOON AND WASHINGTON. Stockmen have turned their herds to the hills, where tho bunch grasB has mado a good start, says the Baker City Democrat. Wo successfully compete with the old world In tho production of paper. The Everett, Wash., paper mill will ship 100 tons of paper to Australia. Tha Woshington Times tells us that Congressman Ellis, of Oregon, Is a "cold water congressman," having made n speech at the 60th anniversary of the Congressional Temperance society last week. Capt. Oabrlelson, formerly first mate on the: sealing schooner Louis Olsen, and Charles llemstreet have bought the little steamer Louise, which Is now ply ing on Nehalem river, and will take her to Tillamook Bay, to do a passenger business between Tillamook City and Garibaldi. Hamblet, the murderer, Is Mill at large. Friday last Sheriff Combs and party ran on to him In tho vicinity of Waldron, says the Fossil Journal. Ham blet was Bitting on a rock and Uie posse fired about a dozen shots at him, with out hitting him, whereupon Ilainblet dropped behind the rock and leveled his Winchester on top of It, and the sheriff and posso lost no time In getting under cover. The hunted man evidently has no Intention of wantonly destroying nny more lif, as he did not fire a shot, He got away then, and has not been Been tlnce. DENUNCIATION OF INFIDELS. Dr, ruishonff's Sermon Delivered Pnnday Evening. On At the M. 1C church. Sunday evening tho services were very Interesting:. The church was tilled to Its utmost cn paclly, Including; the sullery r.nd clasi'. rooms. Th Hinging by the choir was admirable, oejiecUUly (tie rendition of the anthems "Itock of Ai" and "One Sweetly Solemn Thought." The astor. Dr. Ifushong, took for his text Psalma xlv, 1: "The foul hath said In hla heart, there Is no Cod." Ids pub Jet t being the statement "That the Itcat Heart ami Ilrnin of the Age Accept Christ," which statement was chal lenged in tbff newsixipirs. The doctor said In wt.: What is Infidelity? Jt i denontluated unbelief. Intldels deny th t'fir'stlon's Got, and tho Divine origin of ttie nr) 1 as we see it. They undertake to tell us In substance that tiio world made itself. They deny Jhf Divine uilgin of the Christian system, hem they tell us thtt all Christians are either liars or fopls when they y they know there is $ reality In th Christian religion. The Inlhiel's theory comnels bin) to take this position. They deny that thv civitt;;g Influence of Chrlsllaulty is anything more than human. What a task he hue on his hands. I brand Inildclity as being a txise cor rupter of mankind. To Judge of a sys- torn, one n ih It at Its best W propose ti Jutigv Jnh'WIjty In that way. Athena ejtctcj tiu, lief bwiij? all who prvfesf! iuriuriiiy. s"W.va; of Rome besn with her Infection Ub Infidelity. France was tloo.1ed with in fidel litemture; a convention was called to declare a new order of tilings: the , first was to declare tne inrone oi u. vacated; then to abolish the Christian Sabbath; chanced the calendar, and pro-j Calmed that "Death Is an eternal HlCC. 1 OIH WilH con IO lli- m.m; way over the entrance to Pere la Chuiw cemetery. They declared the era had come when Intelligent men should cease to fear an Eternal One. They placed on a gilded throne one of the worst strum-1 IM-ls In l'arlH, and declurod this was their goddess. Inildclity had full sway. It wafl at Its best. Whut was the har vest of this seed sown? 1 dare give the history here. The first was the reign of terror, which was the reign of pure infidelity. This opened the gates to the most un bridled ambition and passion. It brought an abundant harvest of Immorality. As v result of the terrible state of society, the same delegates, with some others added, held another convention, and re stated God on Ilia throne, and ordered the words "Death Is an eternal Bleep" removed froin the archway. I brand in fidelity as an assistant In corruption. Communism, nihilism, and anarchism are born und fostered in the hotbed of infidelity. It ruthlessly robs humanity of the richest heritage bequeathed it namely, faith In the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of Christ. It would say to the mourner, death is an eternal sleep. Eat. drink and be merry, for to morrow thou diest. What has Inildclity done to build up the world? Their hall In Koston was sold out by the sheriff. Gerard college had to relax its rules to get students The doctor closed by giving several incidents of the Insincerity of hading Infidels. FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has filed his llnnl account In the estate of Henry Powell, deceased, and the court has set Monday, the 7th day of May, 1894, at the hour of 11 o'clock A. M for the healing of objec tions thereto, If there be any. Astoria, March 30, 1894. MARCTHA POWELL, Executrix. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed, by the County Court of Clatsop County, Ore eon, administrator of the estate of James Dalidty. deceased, late of Clatsop county, Oregon. All perrons having claims agulnst said estate must present the same, duly verified, to the under signed, at his place of business, In the City of Astoria, Clatsop county, uregon, within six months from this date. All parties indebted to the estate will settle also with the undersigned. Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 28th day of March, 1894. WILLIAM EDGAR, Administrator. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF PER SONAL PROPERTY. Notice Is hereby given that, by vir tue of an order of the honorable Coun ty Court of Clatsop County, State of Oregon, Issued July 10th, 1893, and to me directed. I shall proceed to sell, nt public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, on the premises, at the Grimes House, Seaside, Oregon, on Tuesday, April 10th, 1894, at the hour of 10:30 o clock A. M., all tne personal part nership property of O. K. Grimes, de ceased, and E. M. Grimes, consisting of furniture, stock, and other pnierty. Seaside, Oregon, March 27th, 1891. E. M. GRIMES, Administrator, ERUPTION OF THE SKIN CURED. Ed. Venney, Hrockvllle, Ontario, Can ada, says: "I have used Brandreth's rills for the past fifteen years, and think them the best cathartic and antl-blllnus rem edy kno'.vn. For some five years I suf fered with tin eruption ot the skin thai gave me great pain and uiinoyance. I tried different blood remedies, but, nl thotigh gaining strcntli the itching was unrelieved. I llually concluded to take a th(ouKh coursr of Krandreth's lllls. I took six each night for four nights, then five, four, three, two, lessening each lime by i.ne, and then for u(ie month took one every night, with the happy result that now my Bkln Is per fectly clear and has been so ever since," NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notlea s hereby given, to all whom It may concern, that the undersigned, executors of the last HlJl and testament of (Jeorge Flavel, deceased, hnp filed their linal account In the County Court of the state of Oregon for Clatsop cocn ty, und asked to be discharged us such executors and to have their said.uceount allowed. The said court has appointed Monday, April the IGUi, at the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon lui the time for hearing any objections thut iny be made or liled thereto. MAUY C. FLAVEL, (IEOROE C. FLAVEL, S. S. OOKDON, Exei uUirs. CITATION. In the i-ininty Court of tile State of Oivgon, for the Comity of Clatsop. In the matter of the estate oi James 1'. Met u, deceased. Ci la tioii : To John L. Mot i. Jess K. Met", Mrs. Frude.i t Weekly, A! if. t;.i;rah Kea-rns, Mrs. Ralph Jai'ks.in, Mrs. J. Mot:!, and Mrs. T. K Jacks. -il, grcellng; In the name of the St'ite of Oregon: You ar hereby cited and required to apivar In the County Court of ihe State of OrcRivn, for th (..owuy of Cbitsop, at the court room Mieref, at Astmla. in tho County of Clatsop, on Monday, (ht 7th day of May, 1M"4, ot 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that dny. then and there t show cause. If any exiat,' why an order of sale should not le made of t.he fol lowing real estate, to-wit: Lots Nos. 8 and S, n (he northwest quarter of the southeast oitartcr, and the southeast ounrter cf the eomh. ast qunrtir of sec-tl-.-fl No. 14, tou-u.hlp No. ?, i:ortt of rjint-e No. 9 west, of the Will. Mcr., h Clntp Count.y, Otgon. Witness, the Hon. C. A. McGuire, Judew of the County Court of the State of OnHvn. fur iu? County of t'luwip, with the boo! of snid ccuu ainxed, this 2d day of AprlL A. D. IM'4. AWest: C. J. TRENCIIARD, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. Notice Is hereby givan that the un-i lersigned has been this day appolnii.4 j the administrator or the eatatof A. K. liirmw, dei-essid. by the county court of Clntsop county. Oregon. All parties having culms ti..l!st s.i. estate must . .resent the same, duly verllled, to the underbred, st the oRU-e of Fulton I tirv., fj !;i A-tirt.i. C!,,: i roiuitv, Oregon, wlthia six montHs frcm this vlaiiJ. J ,v-, Ji.nu.irTM.ja. ' s J ft m g g g p v j RJSKAEa Us (t fjra ETtt iH iJ M. ,Km, upon t!,v.;.y yo.itr.-at 'l.ewam bl w)m, ,ui,.ih tiv. A f.-w Iwttk-s of lu iSc'Snce. IS IMPORTANT hat nature te sKhteJat theriKhl time jjgggj ,evr tails to relievH. tiie sy,t;m.of imcSgj uritiia, a.".u wan ?:-a:iin He WmiU to Ad J His Name. P-.rir.it me to add my name tn you many other ,rt,:i:.,,in commendation of the areat curativo LU Nllitii" .-. - , Jeffisioly on. of the I c-ver used; Treatise o blood and s";ir. -jet mai ed ree. SWIFT Sl'EClKIO CO.. Atlaata.Ga. A substitute for lard? Upsetting the customs, hab its, and "prejudices of cen turies? Yes, all this and more. Cottolcne is a new cooking product it is 6ef ftrthan lard or butter for cooking, so say such noted housekeepers as Marion Harfar.ci, C&tha.'lna Owen Ghrl3tino Terr.urse Ksrrlclt, Emma P. Ewing, . Mrs. S. T. Ftorer, IV. rs. F. A. Benson, Amy Barns?, Margaret Wiotor, and many others; it is healthier so says every thoughtful physician; and it is cheaper as every house keeper knows when sha finds that otic-half ic quan tity answers every purpose. sen is the purest clarified cot tonseed oil mixed with pure beef fat. It is ihc best cook ing material ever devised for frying anything and everything easily digested and highly nutritious. Beware of imitations. Ask ycur grocer for the genuiue Cottolcne. M Ana by N.K. FAIR3ANK&C0., ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON, Tlinan tmv fji-Tisi:IC3 firoatineriCr ito lJulsaia Pi I'opaioa, s Culicbs ami Injections. Mpi , !Thoy euro i u 43 liours tho V samo dbsnsca vathout onyiucoa. a , ...I nnv.ti noitcnirv THE BEST DREAD MAN In this city is A. A. CLEVELAND, the baker. He kneads good bread for all who need good bread, and "takes the cake" for making the choicest confec tionery. Whenever you are not busy, and foel Inclined for a loaf, don't forget to call on CLEVELAND, at the Oregon Bakery. STAMPS Have changed colors very frequently of late; but our competitors change colors every time they see our work. We make wagona, shoe hm'scs and do all kinds of general BLACKSniTHlNG Perhaps you know this already. Cer tainly you do, it you have ever em ployed us. (. A, Vinson & Co. DID YOU EVEH Know a man to keep a good thing to himself. We never did. We're glad of it. As oT as the prices of our Wines and Liquors became known, one man told another, and so on down the lfn. As we have said before, our goods bear helr own reputation, and they are Wpp ted at tbe prices wo make. JiUCHES & GO. RAKES AND THINGS. The little warm rays of sunshine drop ping in a little curlier these mornings, as the season advances, plainly say. "tjet rr.3.;,', t; folks v.'II! soon be want ing garden things!" ho W8 ARE get ting ready our hoes, rakes spades, etc.. etc., for your coming. Never mind the prlcfls they'll e .is little as anybody's, almost surely rn;a)lcr. J. IX W i' ATT, Hardware Declcr. C. P. UPSHUR, Shippings Commission .torla, Oregon. ASTORIA WOOD YARD D. D. P Campbell, Proprietors. Dealer? in all kir.iis of First Class Fuel. Fir, Vln Map!., Spruce Ljnibs Alder. Hemlock and Ash. Also, best via leg of v.'cilIngton, Newcastle, Cannel, fcoJ 1 , , . , Cumlieriand coal. j Leave oidera fct Canrahaa & Co's sinre, or at yard, feat of Spru.-e snwL Orders promptly filled, and PTTsr.CTfnx OtTARATEEa fiaiisli? Put your mind on 1 he rislit kind of Slovcs! lien At N0E ft SCULLY'S.-' Only you can't conceive of all liy merely reailin;. Come and see, Hie slock, 431 -2nd St. A BRlDAb CHAMBER Can lo handsomely fur nished here. The difference between our prices and what you'd usually pay elsewhere will go far toward furnish ing a noiher room. CHAS. HEIliBORH & SON- EVERY REQUISITE TOR : first Class funerals : AT POj4li'S Undertaki9g Parlors, THIRD STREET. Ratei Reasonable. Embalming a Specialty. Wusic f4all -:- 354 First Street. Astoria, Or, H. CHRISTENSEN. Prop. A PRUIi CONCHRT every nljl.t bcstnnlng at 8 o'clock. Goad music. The best of wines, liquors and cigars always on hand. Washington Jfleat Market. Corner Second and Main Streets. Wholesale and Retail Butchers : and : Packers. Steamboats, Ships ani 'ills supplied on iiiort n'' e. Families supplied promptly the oH st rates, CHRISTKNSKN & CO., Props. OCGlDEflT HOTEL Is the Best of Us Class On the Pacific Coast. THE AiM TjftEXCEbliED TABLtE. Rates, $a daily and upwards. HUjNTER & jMEfyGEfJS, projirletorn of the Portland Bu?chering Co.'s Markets Corner Second and Benton strootp. Corner Third and West Eighth street ROSS HIGGINS & CO. Grocers, : and : Butchers Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fine Teas and Coffees, Table Delicacies, Domestic and Tropical Fruits, Vegetables, Sugar Cured Hams, Bacon, k'tc. Choice ' Fresh and - Salt - Meats. PUTS VOU in Chicago Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and all Eastern Points X 24 to S8 Hooks fiheacl Of Any Ote Itine, Pullman and Toutlst SIcAors Freo Keollnlng Chair Cars, Cir.. Irg Cars etr run dally v: th Union Pacific Fiyor leaving Pert land at 7:00 p. m. Astoria to San Francisco. OCEAN STEAMERS EXILING DATES. CoIumtU, Mnr.dr.v, Mdrch State. Saturday, 'Myiii i(". Columbia, Th'jrJay, jrch Sute. Tuesday, Marili u, ColumMa, Sunday. AUrch 15. Sute, FiiJjy. March jo. Astoria and Portland Stealers. Steamer R. R. Thompson leaves As- toru at t 4iA. m., ilaiiy except Sunday, via Wali!r,8'-on tue of the river; re turning, leaves Purtiur.d at t p. m., Jaity, except KalurJay; The 'Thomp son, makes landings on both sides of the river above Waterford. on both up ami elewn trips. P. IT. IT. CI.ARIC. nuvKii jifiir. E. ELLEIty iNr.ERSO. JOHN W. .)OANi, FrtKPKRIC It. COU0ERT JtSCIMVWS. For rates and general information call on or address t.. w. iirxsnnnRT. Agent, Aalui U. Or. V. IT. nURLRURT. Ast On. 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ONEANDOMi-THIkDone way fare. TO STATIONS i MILES OR MORE FROM SAN FVANCISCO. ONt A.NLlONt-l iHTH oneway tare. Kor wtal rates tl fu Information. Ir.mire J C K'UKLAND, T-ist. F.-assencer Aftr.l al l?4 fr. Sr.. t'wrtlMaOr.oraJressIhe unirsiged . . -RICH'D GRAY. ' TV H. tJOODMAN, Cn. Traffic Miiucer. ' Gen. Passen'jer AjentT S.A.N FRANCISCO. CAL. ; p P. ROGnRS.Acent I-jrilj5j. Ore;cm. A. V. ALLENj DtAirR is Groceries, Fiour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits, - Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and FijuJ Wate. Lcgicis Suj-pUcs. Cor. Cass anj Siucmocjue Streets. , Asuria. Ore. h