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THE DAILY ASTORLAN, ASTOKIA, FRIDAY. MORNING APRIL C, 1894.
Tf.RMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. Spued by carrier, pepr week.. 16 cU fort by mall, per month 60 cts fc'i-nt by mall, per year J7.00 WEEKLY. Sent by mall per year, $2.00 In advance. Pontage frea to subscriber. 1 he Astorlan guarantees to ltd sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. , ' Advertising rates can be obtained on Application to the business manager. This paper la In possesion ot all the telegraph franchises, and Is the only paper on the Columbia river that pub lishes genuine dispatches. The Dally Astorlan's circulation- Is live times as great as that of the com bined circulation, ot the other daily pa lters of Astoria. , . . ,,t The Weekly Astorlan, the third .ld st weekly in the state of Oregon, has, ntxt to the Portland Oregonian, the largest weekly circulation. in the. state. Subscribers to the Astorlan are re quested to notify this oillce, without loss of time, Immediately they full to rocelve their dally paper, or when they lo not get it at the usual hour,. By do Ivg this they will enable the manage ment to place the blame on the proper tarUes and to insure a speedy remedy. Handley &-l'aas are our Portland ii stents and copies of the Astorlan can te had every morning at their stand on First street. TIDG TABLE. . . For the Week, Beginning To-day. EH'OH W4TKII A.M. P.M. I.0MT WATKH A.M. P.M. I h m I It. .11 n milt. I h m ft, ll h in i f; Frl 61 0 r,8i8 2 Hat.... 7 1 288 B Run.. 8 2 OH 8 7 Mon.. 9 2 4! 8 7 Tues. 10 8 228 B Wed 111 4UK2 Thnr 12 IS 1217 8 1 2517 8 2 107 6 2 6717 2 S 47"t 7 4 4r,' 2 5 G".5 8 71STi 7 lBjO 6; 7 66 0 2 7 2611 8 7 Mjl 8 8 31)2 3 t 0812 8 6113 3 8 :;o i s no i 10 16 0 0! 112010 2 110 51 4 4 I ..I2 34;0 4 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. ' Local weather for the twenty-four hours ending at B p. m. yesterday, fur nished by the U. P. Department of As rlcullure weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 60 degrees. Minimum temierature, 42 degrees. Pre cipitation, none. Total precipitation from' July 1st, 1893 to date, 86.56 Inches. Kxcess of precip itation from July 1st, 1893, to date, 25.59 inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, April 6. For Eastern Ore gon, fair weather, slightly cooler. For Washington and Western Oregon, showers, cooler. Mr. Stead's dirty book about Chicago has fallen Into the mud from which It came with a dull splash. The recent attempt and Hat failure to form an "Industrial Army" In Portland goes to show (.hat there are fewer un employed people In Oregon than In the other Western states. 1 - .' Possibly the Prince of Wales, whose yacht, Britannia, wins all the races on the Mediterranean, would like to take a run over here with his fine boat and try a race for that cup!. ... Only one Southern senator, Caffery, ot Ixnilslana, approves the President's veto meBsnge. Still, there is not as yet a great movement to annex (he Hoi Id South and Uie silver statesjo Mexico, lit these times of depression people who still pay promptly In cash foi everything they buy and everything which they use ought to get much lowei rents, and much cheaper fuel than they now get. Senator Hriee has been collecting more testimony about the Wilson bill, and the more he hears the more he doesn't like the bill. We are some times afraid Senator Price will get into trouble with the president or his party It would bo bad enough to have a fight with either when they are against each other. Mr. Pavles, the guardian of Kalutanl, niece to "Her Majesty," who bore so heavily on the president's mind, is on the way to England, and calmly says: "The Hawallana are wondering why it la that after, your president admitted that a great wrong was done when the 0.ueen was overthrown, no reparation has been made." They have not found out since the ab dication by Cleveland of imperial and paramount prerogatives about the .on' stltutlon and congress and embarrass ing affairs like that. The Virginia Journals have recently been lashing themselves Into a lofty rage. Mr. Clay Whlteley. of Spring Held. Ind.. published that he was about to "leturn to Mrs, T. J. Jackson, the widow of Stonewall Jackson, a copy of the nible which he claimed ttt have umatfhed from the burning library of n. Jackson in Ixlngton, Va., In 18G5, when hi, with others, was detailed to burn the residence." Mr. Whitney gave a thrilling account of the burning of the house by the or der of Ocn. Hunter. The Indignation of some of the fiery editors surpaasej unytblng known. As fort Hunter, It would be baee tlmtery to call hint a fiend. Why did hv bum - i..r.r.'s r.cur who was in his grave, and whose wife mid baby at least were innocent of tuk liif; up arms sgninst the government? Mrs. Jackson lives at Charlotte, N. C. She got a bible from on Indiana soldier a few dnys hro the very book said M b from the burning library and six returned It to him by express. Why did she do that? Simply he.-nuse she had not lit a niblc. never had seen the book before, and she added: "It certainly was not 'swilftu'd fn' the burning library of Gen. Jackson' house in Lexington, by Mr. Whltelcy nor any one else, for the simple reason that our residence In that city was never burned by Federal troops." A resident of Vancouver, Washington, recently made the following statement to a newspaper of thut ylace: "I own ten times more property In Oregon than I own In Clarke county, yet 1 paid last week less than half as much taxes there as I pay here. Mr. Force has leen a life-long democrat, but he Is willing to greatly discount his faith In the democrats of Clurke county. Hundreds of others are In the same boat Just now. The natural Inference Is that his Or egon property Is in Multnomah county, Wherever It may be, if his statement is true, it is a, revelation some of the property owners In this state who are complaining of high taxes. The Washington correspondent of the most democratic paiier In New York says: "To say that the Southern and West ern democrats were boiling over with Indignation when they heard of the President's veto mcssaep. Is but ex pressing It mildly." Hut why should they whine and yell? They knew before they nominated him for a second term that he was a "gold bug." And they rejected the word "free" when the Colorado represents' live attempted to have It used In the platform as describing the silver coin age demanded. Their screams of rus are silly. They may think they are roar Ing; but they are braying. While the populists may nave j n.e Just grievances against Hurl and nv nopolles, It does no: sound well loi them to charge everybody, r.d!se:l-nl nately, with being illsmnest Mir" vicious. Rev. F. W. D. Mays, n populist editor, and member of the Washington legislature, Is perhaps but little bettei than the average specimen cf human Ity, yet he says: "The (doodling shccti have not the honesty of a coyote wher they declare silver and wheat are lowe than they ever were on account of over production, whjle there are millions o people on the point of starvation am' thousands actually dying for bread ur.c they have not a cent to got It. It It enly to prove the doctrine of tot ll tie pravlty that such liars are not struck dead by the Almighty nnd sent to 1 el' where they belong, ns Ananias was r sitlnt In comparison with wolves unil hypocritical liars." In retirement, the democintlc party possessed the ability to promise every' thing. They were Irresponsible and fref to And fault with nil that was done, and to ngrej to till the fuds the ernnkf bad conceived. The country was not acquainted with tho party. In slxteer, states, racial prejudice, war recnllec lions, slavery reminiscences, the com mon sympathies of a lost cause, govt the democratic party solid support. Thl: was tho reward of the party for tht mistakes It had made. It was the pro test of the people of the section of tht country that became historical, because of the attempt to destroy the national government, against submission to tht policy that had saved the unity of tht country, and conferred upon It materia' gramleur and Mie glory of freedom peace and good times. With the slxteer states salted down, the democrats suc ceeded, with the aid of the combiner" delusions of capital nnd labor. In recom- i querlng the country: and It has been In the hands of the conquerors for mint than a year. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice Is hereby given, to all whon It muy concern, that the iinderjlgm-d executors of the last will and testament of George Flavcl, deceased, have lilec their DiihI account In the County (,i;rt of the state of Oregon for Clatsop coen ty. and asked to be discharged us suel executors and to have their said account allowed.) The said court has appointee Monday, April the 16th, at the hour ol ten o'clock in the forenoon ns the tlmt for hearing any objections that limy bt made or tiled thereto. MARY C. FLAVEL, tiKOHOK C. FLAVEL, S, S. GORDON. Executors. EXECUTRIX NOTICE. Notice ! heruby given to all whom It muy concern, thut the unlirtl(nicil hit b-en apiu.lin.'il executrix of the last wil' nil ti'st'imi'iit of J. M. Olson, deoeuscrt, line of Clntwip county, Oit-gim, by ihf County t'nint of mild coimlv. nnd oli persons having chums against' the r. late of said deivnat-d are notliled to pre via the iwm. duly verified, to the said exwutrix. at the office of Kuiton !rt., Ui t:.o . ::y A-vi!s, in ,M, and state, tthln six mon'hs from tltir date. latp1 at Astoria, Oreeon. this 3th day of Miin-h, is... UAKKN A. OI-SKX. Exe"itrix. NEWSPAPER 8AYINOS. Yes, man Is the stronger vessel-lmt , r. i . .i i r.. . he has to be often balled out.-Pliiln Dealer. It takes superhuman strength to car ry a small load of whisky without the world knowing that It Is a burden. Slftings. Now that lite democrats in congress have a quorum they should nail it to the floor and keep It there Portland Telegram. . Tho democratic majority In congress htm done little or nothing but drop cher ry stones Into the vermiform appendix of Its party. Globe Democrat. The silver democrats who elected Grover Cleveland can now understand how that Florida hen felt which sat on and hatched out a parcel of aligator's eggs. Salem Independent. Amos Cummings, who Is chulrmun of the house committee on naval affairs, hits found that a ten-inch gun, like a four-finger drink, is big enough for all practical purposes. Chicago Times. Oregon is a state of the American union. It has the best crop record In the world. Democracy can't keep the wheat from growing nor reduce the size of her potatoes, pears, apples, and strawberries. Salemi Independent. Secretary Morton thinks the late large reduction In the number of sheep is attributable to dogs. Quite right, Mr. Secretary, but the canines that are kill ing them off are of the two legged free Wade species. Goldendale Sentinel. Oregon needs a republican governor almost as badly ns Colorado or Kansas dues, and she Is likely to get one in her election in June. The other two states will redeem their credit In the same way In November. The days of the i'ennoyer3, Waites and Lewelllngs are nearly ended In this country. Globe Democrat. The I'rince of Wales went on the stund and committed perjury like a gentleman when a woman's honor was In question. Col. Breckinridge, the white-haired amorous Kentuckian con gressman, went on the stand and de tailed his seduction by a school girl to mve his pocket book.- Which Is the more honorable man? Walla Walla L'nlon. COAST NOTES. The republicans and democrats have made a fimlon ticket In Cons county to jcat the populists. Nine rattlesnakes were captured alive iy the students of the Drain normal ichool lust Saturday. A nest of the reptiles was found In the rocks a short llstanre from town. Salem will have a celt show In May. This will be a drawing card, says. the Statesman, as it will bring many horse men together for a friendly comparison ot notes and experience. v It Is said that Oregon has more doc tors In proportion to the population than tny other state. Yet Oregon Is known to be one of the healthiest states In the Union. A great many physicians come :o Oregon for their health. Review.. Dr. J, Mapplewhlte, a member of the board of regents and treasurer of the OieKon State Agricultural College, tuul Mrs. CharloB Kenyon were arrested at worvnllls on a warrant Issued March 11 iurliiR the absence of the defendants In California. ' The complaint charges them with adultery nnd was sworn to jy Charles Kenyon. the" husband of Mrs. Kenyon, Both were bound over n JM0 bonds to await, the action of the jrnnd Jury. Hon. Blnger Hermann has secured an torn to be Inserted In the river and har bor bill, now before the committee, ap- jrlntlng KO.OOO to be expended on the jetty at the mouth of the Slusluw ilver, Miys the Florence West. If the same are and economy are maintained in ;hls expenditure as were practiced in utlaying the $70,000 heretofore appro-' prlated, tho Jetty will lie carried to a point on the sand ppltv known as the middle ground, where it will be of great benelit In partially, at least, maintain - Ing a stationary course of the channel nto the ocean. Such condition of things will brlnsr about, the coming and cn- ertng of vessels of deeper draft and the consequent cheapening of price. of transportation. rrTATlON. In the County Court of the State nfiPlmJ in a Iut!e earlier Uiese mornings, Xletz, deceasod, Citation: To John U Metr. Jets tJ. xtet, airs, Priult niv Weekly. Mrs. Sarah Kearns, 1 Mrs. Ralph Jackson. Mrs. J. Meti. and Mi-s. T. K. Jackson, (rreetini;: In tho luune of the Stnle of Oregon: Vou are hereby cited and rei-ulred to, linear in the County court or me siato (I UrVgOIl, 101' III'- K.OUmj VI vm.ftll h oiirt room titre!f, at Astoria, in 1 lh County of Clatsop, on Monday, the 7th day ot May. it li o'clock In the 1 'oreniuin of that day. tnon nu mere m show cause. If any exlat. why an order tt sale should not be mnde of Ui fol lowing nvU c.'tate, to-wit: Ixt9 No. 8 uid . in the nortnwesi quurier 01 me southeast ollarte, and the southens'. Ttir.rtcr of the southeast quarter of sei ti n No. H. townr.hil No. 7. north of nuiKe N west, or til m, Mer., m Clatsop County, Oregon. Wltneew. the Hon. C. A. Mctiulre. JmlK of the County Court of the State .if Oregon, for the County of Clatsop, with the seal of stid court atRxed, this d dav of Aiw-il, A. IX 1. VMest: C. J. TKENCHARD. FOIt OVER FIFTY TEARS Mr. W'lnsW" Foothlnir Syrup baj boon u'"l tr rhlMn-rt tf-Ptr.lna-. It !o.)tlu the clilM. nften th gum, cllnvn nil pntn. cur w ind ehollo. and la iho host r-inci1v (or di'irrlioea. Tvren- ly-r,vc T-r.:- - It!?. )nttr.i ifta throuKhout the 'world. To M 1!' t 5:J.' n; Bras IivrM.ni...' i'v. ii l!'. fWPIaa 23 H Mr. 3 .tones, of t-'I'Mi'JiPlltu.lVul Viilwa, Arkansas, ! HjMtlBgSgm I "AUml t:n years &".n I eon-H!y','j traotedaaneroeaW bWI xhH Bon. U-adl.r; ihj:ici;i:i: prescribed tiicdieino after meilk inc. wbi.-h 1 took witlnrat any rilkf. I ulso tried mercurial Bnd putaf.ii rt'ineilics. witli uiuuiiccwful results, but which drought on an attack of mercurial rheumatism that made my lifo brhedutisb one. of asiom After ullcri;i:j tour years 1 gave up a!! remedies tml lieian using B. ft. n. Alter taking news! bottlfc I wan entirely cured r.nd aide, to resmr.o wont. fW"fB"""Si It tho preater.t medicinu fur blood fttoJvrl I"'-"nl"S tonlay oa U19 market." Treati -to ca Illood nun rtttiti TJisflfiw milled trt. Bwirr HfKt'iric Co.. Atlanta, C A Nov Healtb Food lias made its appearartcc! It is not only a health food, but a heal thy food a health food that makes other food healthy. Its name is GOTTOLENE It takes the place of hog's Lard which is a notoriously unhealthy food. A purely vegetable product delicate, digestible, and economical onetrial gives Cottolene a permanent home in every kitchen, whence it increases the health and enjoyment of every member of the family. Try it for yourself. At all grocers. REFWrspSTITUTES. N. K. FAIR3ANK & CO., ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON. Tiicsrj tiny Ccpsules aro superior 1 to JJalsam o Copaiba, Culicba and Injections, (MiDY) They cure In 43 hours tb.9 KZJ isanio diseases without anyiucon- f5lt,, er.inr.VAII nniir!rilST9 THE BEST . BREAD MAN In this city Is A. A. CLEVELAND, the baiter. lie kneads good bread for all who need good bread, and "takes the cake" for making the choicest confec tionery. Whenever you are not ousy, and feel 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 tliey see our work. We make wasona, shoe horses and do all kinds of general BLACKSHITHINQ Perhaps you know this already. Cer tainly you do, if you have ever em ployed us. Q. A. Stlnson & Co. DID YOU EVER Know a man to keep d good thing to himself. We never did. We're glad of it As soon as the prices of our Wines Bnj Liquors became known, one man told another, and so on down the line, ' as we have Bald before, our goods bear ' ther 0Wn reputation, and they nrp wanted at the prices we make. HUGHES & GO. RAKES AND THINGS. The little warm rays 01 sunsnine urop- et ready, for folks wnl soon be want- ling garden tiling.!" Bo wo Ai:u get- Ullf ou. .;,cg. . .,dee. etc. . . vnnp rn1,r ,,,, th , .. : , prices they'll be as llttla as anybody's, almot surely smaller. j y.-yATT Hardware Dealer. C. P. UPSHUR, Shipping & Commission AsM or in, Oregon. ASTORIA WOOD YARD D. 4 D. R. Campbell, Proprietors. Dealers In all kinds of First Class Fuel. Fir, Vine llaple. Spruce Limbs, Aider.' Hemlock and Ash. Also, best sia les of ! VTeilincton. Newcastle. Cannel, inlf Cumberland cent I Lcav r-p t Cunrahan A. Co ' ; stnr, or at yard, foot ot Spruce street. CKtrs promptly fUleo, and ATISr Action GU.IKATEKO. m V-.li Pnt your mind on 1 he rfeht kind, of Stores! He re At NOE SSCIUY'S. Only you can't rnnrrlvp of all liy merely reatliii;;. f'tiiiir and see I he slink, Ml 2ml St. A BRIDAL CHAMBER Can he handsomely fur n ie heel here. The diflcrence between our prices and what you'd usually pay elsewhere will go for toward furnish ing another room. CHfis.HEiiiBORN &soN. EVERY REQUISITE TOR : First Class Funerals : -AT- POf-lli'S Undertaking Parlors, THIRD STREET. Ratei Reasonable. Embalming a Specialty. Vusic Hall -:- 314 First Street, Astoria, Or, H.CHRISTENSEN. Prop. A FREE CONCERT every nlglit beginning ot 8 o'clock. Gooi music. The best of wines, liquors and cigars always on hand. Washington flfeat Market. Corner SeronJ an J MJn Streets. Wholesale anj Retail Butchers : and : Packers. Steamboats, Ships and Mills supplied on short no'e. Families supplied promptly at the o.st rates. CHHISTKNSEN Bt CO., Fropn. OCGlDEfiT HOTEL Is tlie Best of Its Class On the Pacific Coast. THE AH UNEXCELLED TABLE. Rates, $1 dally and upwards. HUNTER & MERGENS, IVoprietor of tli Portland Butchering Go.'s Marlceb Corner Secoii-J and Benton streets. Corner Third and West Eighth streeU ROSS HIGGINS k CO. Grocers, : and : Butchers Astoria and L'pper Astoria. Fine Teas and Coffees, Tahle Delicacies, Domestli and Tropical Fruits, VepelaMes, Sugar Cured H.ims, Dacon, Elc. Choice - Fresh - and - Salt Meats. The A l$0m FastMais PUTS VOU in Chicago Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and all Eastern Points X 24 to 35 to flhead X Of Rny Other Line. Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars, Gin. Ing Curs ere run daily v! tht Union Pacific Flyer loavlng r ort. land at 7:C0 p. m. Astoria to 5an Francisco. OCEAN STEAMERS SAILIN'Q DATES. Columbia, Wednesday, April 4. State, Monday, April a. t'olunibia, Saturday, April 14. Stale. Thursday, April 19. Columbia, Tuesday. April 21. State, Sunday. April rj. Astoria end Portland Steamers. Steamer n. 15, Thompson leaves Aa torU ul t:iia. in., dully except Sunday, via A ashiiifrton Bide of the river; re turning leaves Portland at 8 p. m., daily, except Saturday. The Thomp son rr.ukea landings on both BidL-s of the river above Watarrord. on both up Auu w a inps. S. n. H. CLAUK. OLIVER MINK, K. KLLKRT ANDERSON. JOHN w. DOANE. FKEDERIC R. COUDERT. Receivers. For rates and cenomi inrnmniiAn mil on or address O. W. LOCX.sp-r.nT. Agent. Astoria, Or. W. II. IIT'TIT T!T'IT Ast. Cen. Pas. AgU Tortlnnd. Or. j 10 GREATLY REDUCED RATE5 MADE . BY Tin: Southern Pacific Co. FOR THE CALIFORNIA Iflidoiinter fair ROUND TlilP TICKETS GOOD FOR 30 DAYS 10 AND RETURN 27.50 Including FIVE GATE Tickets to the Fair EXCURSION ftyPS. FROM SAN FRANCISCO to other points In California will be allowed purchasers of special Midwinter Fair tickets at the following round-trip rates; TO STATIONS UNDER i? MILES FROM SAN FRANCISCO, ONE ANDONU-THIRUone way fare. TO STATIONSitoMM.CS OR MORE FROM SAN FRANCISCO, ONE AND ONE-FIFTH one way fare, For Special rates and full lnfornalion.lno.ulre of J C KIRKLAND, Dlst, Passenger AKent at iM Front St., Poilland Or. or address the undersized. RICH'D GRAY, T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Traffic Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL, E, P. ROGERS, Agent, Portland. Oregon. GtfMGO, JVHIiWflUKEE flftd ST. 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ALSO CANADIAN PACIFIC R0VAL KAIL STEAMSHIP LINE To China and Japan. Empress of India leaves Vancouver February R. Empress of China leaves Vancouver March 5. Empress of India leaves Vancouver April AUSTRALIAN STCAHER SERVICE Leavjs Feb. 13 and March IS fpr Honolulu and Australian poi La. For ticket rates and information, call on or address, JAS, FINLATSON, Afft, Astoria, Or, ' A. E. Calder, Traveling Pass. As.U Tacoma, Wash., Geo. McL. Brown, Dlst. Pass. AsL, Vancouver, U. C. A. V. ALLEN, DCALEff IM Groceries, Flour, FeeJ, Provisions, Fruits, VejeiablfS, Crocktri", Ghss and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Oss tU Sikokxh Strts. AskHia, Ore. - t J