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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SATURDAY MORNINU, APRIL 7, 1894.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. Sened by carrier, pepr week.. 16 clr ffft by mall, per month M cts i'mt by mall, per year 7.00 WEEKLY, gent by mall per year, $2.00 In advance. Pontage free to subscriber!. The Astorlan guarantee to ltd tub scrlbers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia rlvr. Advertising rates can be obtained on Application to the business manager. This paper is in possession of all the telegraph franchises,' and is the or.ly paper on the Columbia river that pub lishes genuine dispatches. The Dally Astorlan's circulation is live times en great as that of the com Mned circulation of the other daily pa ne rs of Astoria. The Weekly Astorlan, the third old est weekly in the state of Oregon, baa, fitxt to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation in the state. Subscribers to the Astorlan are re quested to notify this ofllce, withoul loss of time. Immediately they fall tr receive their dully paper, or when tlie do not get It at the usual hour. By do le this they will enable the manage ment to place the blame on the proper rartles and to insure a speedy remedy. Ilandley & Hans sre our Portland u gents and copies of the Astorlan can te had every morning at their stand un First street TIDE TABLE. Par the Week, Beginning Te-4ay. HIUU WATKR I . LOW WATKK DVTS I A.M. P.M. A.M. PM. b in I It II hmTtt. II h m J ft.H tmjj FatZ7U28!8 5" "lo7 7 56ji R8jT8 Hun.. HI 103 87 2 57 7 2 8 801 8 312 Mon.. 9 2 41 8 7 347 87 2201 08i2f Tue. 10 S 22 8 6 4 4G 2 10 18 0 0 61 3 2 Wed 11 4118 2 BBS 6 8 11 JO 0 2 10 Dl 4 4 Thur 12 6 13 7 8 713G6 12 34 04 Frl.. 13 2(1 7B 8 32 5 9, 021 48! U9fl4 trade that in, of the Hlnnd over the oilier land owners In Munster. They cultivated mom anu pprcaa tnem abroad from year to year. , This plant was the Irish potato, lie fore many jrciiernllonai it became the Wilson bill. The house Is in such confusion, Criup cannot leave the chair to go to the sen ate, and the democracy cannot hold quorum. The state of the senate Is more decorous, but the factions are even more extreme than In the house. The division of the democracy lias be come flagrant in Georgia, and thfre Is a populist, insurrection in Alabama. The tramps are moving on Washing ton like the barbarians upon Home. Htaple food of the Irish people almost the only food of a. great many of them. It waa the "Irish potato" which came, back to America and became" the groundwork, so to speak, of the Amer ican farmer's and worklngman's dally breakfast and dinner. Sir Walter's curious experiment In acclimatization beeame an economic step of the first consequence, and the spot at Youghal which was lta scene, deserves marking The president attempted to placate his I wjth a monument much more than do party by stating he would consent to more silver coinage If he hnd a bond law to get more gold; but thnt does not go. The democratic party has ripped Itself up thi front, and Is In mortal agony. There Is hope that the free sllverltes and free traders may trample each other Into a common grave. the places where the blood of men has been shed In battle. INFIDELITY AGAIN. A Christian's Reply to the Recent Art eld of Mr. Lund. The following letter will explain Itself Editor Astorlun; The communication of Mr. Lund in the Astorlan of the 3 Inst. is Certainly a peculiar one for an infidel. He makes the words "infidel How the centlo and sensitive Mr. and "freethinker" synonymous terms, CrlBD must shrink within himself when and then classes ChrlsU Luther, Calvin nnu oiners in me list, l unuersiana 53 id ULCERS SCROFULA RHEUMATISM BLOOD POISON And every kindred disease arlsii.K from Impure aud best of all me'licHiM, Wood cured bv li.at iirvtr-failiiig Book on Blood and fctin Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPEC1FIO CO.. ATLANTA, 9A. he thinks of those terrible days when Thomas B. Reed was called by the dem ocrats the czar! PRESS OPINIONS. Washington Post: The professional tramp will be disposed to regard the Coxey movement as an amateurish af fair. Louisville Courier-Journal: Washing ton might defend herself against Co ey's army by sending the United Stud J"t ' l:'nl "f Christianity that all the word infidelity to msan unbelief In Christ and Christianity and the teach lngs of both, and the term "freethinker" is used, at the present time, to mean the same. Mr. Lund talks of the beau tlful teachings of Christ that have transformed the world and made It fit for Infidels to live In, and also says that no one doubts the existence of a God Now. if wo Baliiruto inll.l"llty with faith In Clod anil Cluhit, jImo the teachings o: Christ. It will become Christianity, and YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for the twenty-foui hour ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, tur nlshed by the U. S. Department of Ag rlcullure weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 53 degrees, Minimum temperature, 45 degrees. Pre-1-lnltn.llinv .51 inch. Total precipitation from July at, 1893 ' in rinH. RA.64 inches. Excess of precip itation from July 1st, 1803 to date, 25.00 inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, April . Forecast: Oregon nnd Washington, showers, slight t?m nerature changes; freBh southerly winds. Great men of the democratic party are soVa-ce in the house that Mr. Crisp could not get the consent of his already demorallied friends to go to the senate. It is really a sad state of things. The mugwump theory has been until very recently that the Biitlsh would never, no, never, have anything to do with Hawaii. What! The British so modest about land getting? Care for the finest group of Islands in the Pa cific, half way between British Colum bia and Australia! Impossible! Now It seems the Canadians may be put for ward to re-establish royalty, as we have failed in that enterprise, and our state department Is in a slate of delicacy. We fear some of the gentlemen who are providing the news of continental Europe for Great Britain and the United States are more familiar thnr they should be with the royalties. Re cently ai prlvato conversation of the king of Denmark was reported, and the king spoke very freely of "my son-in-law, the car," and told that the hus band of his daughter wanted to reduce the Russian army, but young William of Germany, thought he had a career before him. This matter, we see, hai been referred to In parliament. Repre sentatives of the presa should not take advantage of their familiar acquaint ance with the royalties. senate out to meet it. Whichever Fbl 'srot licked the country would be tho gainer. If, as has been hinted, Madeline Pol lard's suit has been egged on and Us expenses paid by political enemies of Col. Breckinridge, it looks n If they were getting full value for their money New York Recorder, The proposition to change the basis of representation at national republican conventions, so as to recognize the size of the republican vote In allotting del t gates, Is In accordance with stjtind rense, and the sooner the reform Is ac complished the better. B wlon Journal The Newspaper Workers Guild, a free press club which Is to be establish ed by the City Pastors' Association of New York, with a view to evangelizing the newspaper men of that city, will be watched with Interest. It will be a Joyful sight to see Mr. Dana expound ing the scripture text for the day to an audience of godly reporters, while Mr. Reld leads the singing, and Mr. I'ulllt- zer takes up the collection, Chicago Herald. NORTH WEST NOTES. Mrs. Ella Hlgglnsou, formerly of La Grande, has won a prize of $500 offered by a Boston publishing house for the best short story. Oregon is In it in a good many ways. At a meeting of the Multnomah Ty pographical Union, held in Portland last Sjndny, the name of Willis Dunl- way was proposed for endorsement for slate printer, which was voted down. The union declared that It was not ad visable to endorse any member for pos itions. Frank Manning, who lives on Rogue river, concluded the other day to drain small hike which lay above his land There was only a narrow ridge inter- An intelligent and honest man to make, t liil:-i:i:r.D want to r.ec. When told that Infidelity has no system of its own he replies, "Had not the ancient Greeks a system? I answer, yes. Hut tne ancient Greeks were not Infidels. They had lords and gods many. They had 30,000 gods In Athens alone, and had an altar built to an unknown god for fear pome of their gods might be missed He says, "The reign of terror In France was on more infidelity at its best than the Spanish Inquisition was Christianity at Its best." In reply would say that the ablest Intellects of France were In the movement that brought about the Reign of Terror. It never had such unity of Intelligence to try It either before or since; and, as Dr. Bushong says, It was at Its best then, so far as Intellect and advantages are concerned It had. the "best brain" but not the best heart" or affections of Its time, Yet history records the result and Its cause, which the world must accept. Will any sane person say the same, of the Spanish Incjuisition? Will any sane person say that It Is the teachings of Christianity, Christ, or his apostles? The new testament Is the system thnt Chris tluns defend. The fruits of a Christian life are love, Joy, peace, long suffering, gentleness, meekness, faithfulness and charity, and I defy any one to bring forward a text, sentence, word, or syl lable from, the new testament that teaches anything like the practices of the Inquisition. We stand by the book, nob by any corruptions of it. To what Mr. Lund says of Voltaire, and others In trying to cover Dr. Bushong's state' ments with a cloud of dust. I reply that the doctor simply stated a few facts that Mr. Lund will not deny In plain terms, only by Insinuations. An other remarkable statement Is that "churches build hospitals and colleges for pecuniary purposes." K this means to make money out of them, I simply regard it as a wonderful statement for veiling between the body of wnter and his field, and he cut a ditch through It. The force of the water was much greater Mian he calculated on, and there is now a channel ubout 40 feet deep and 60 feet wide through the best purl of his farm, and the lower part la covered with debris. Some potatoes which he left In the ground are now burled about flva feet deep. Mr. Gor don's land, lying below, was also dan aged lo aomo extent The Coxey army Is growing slowly. The most serious aspect of the case is the fact that the trampa all over the country are shambling toward Wash Ington. The conduct of the democratic congress Is so imbecile that the tramps expect to figure as representatives of the publla impoverishment and perplex ity. The people along the roads are dis poned to take this view of the cafce. The democrats and po are of Coxey'a mind about paper money, and the republicans do not few responsible for the state of of the country. The prodigious publicity given the or ganisation of a force In Ohio march on Washington la due to the under standing that the crusade le significant of the Incomtieteney of those In charge tt the government; that it Is, after Ml, an expression of publto sentiment that cannot be made Just now executive by voting. The result Is not wholly the Washington march." There Is a concen tration of tramps In the towns, and within a few weeks herds of them may lo expected. THE FIRST IRISH POTATOES. f-PUT OF THE- DEMOCRATS. Nearly alt the democratic states are UKuinui Mr. Cleveland on the question of his veto, and he Is deeply concerned, k. thmt ha Utcuiitat open and tirrl uiss that the silver men will Insist on the piveKleiiec of free Kllver over free Sir Walter Raleigh was an unprinci pled adventurer and failed as an ad ministrator and coloniser, but he had a moat commendable taste for planting and gardening, and In these branches of effort his Influence remains potent., Three hundred years have passed since he lived In Ireland, In the county of Cork on the vast estate which had been bestowed upon him, but tht yellow wall flowers which he brought to Ireland from the Aores still nourish and bloom In the very spot where ht planted them. Near by, at Youghal, near Cork. or. the shores of the Blackwater estuary, stands the Attune cherry which hi planted. Some cedars which ho brought to Cork are still growing at a ptaci called Tlvoll. Four yew trees, wliost branches have grown and Interlaced In to a soft of summer house, are pointet out as having oheltered ltttlekh whei he first smoked tobacco in hla garuVi At Youghul. Raleigh tried to make tobacco grow In Great Britain, but tho climate was not found suitable to it. He succeeded, however, by Introducing the habit ol smoking it, in making It grow In plenty in oiner places. More Important to the world than the spot wher lululgh sat and smoked hi? imuan weed la another spot In hla gar den at Myrtle Grove, in this same Youghal. This soot is still hounded hv fhe own wall of the thirteenth eenturv. ivre that Raleigh first planted a curious Uitwr brought from America. which throve vastly better than his to bacco plants did. This tuber Raleigh Insisted was g.xwl to eat. thuugh common, report for long time pronounced it h,i,u,u. Some roots from his vines he gave tr t know of no hospital that pays any- hlng but a "Dutch dividend" or costs more than its receipts, neither does Mr. Lund. There Is no college that either Mr. Lund or myself knows anything about, thnt Is not In the same fix as he hospitals. If the statement means to spe'ld the surplus on, It certainly Is x good way, but even Mr. Lund wouldn't say this. The church being governed by the teachings of Christ and his apostles, builds these institutions to conform to Christian living. If Mr. Lund will read the new testament care fully through once, he will eee the rva ?ons for those works, or If he has not time to read it all, he can find enough for this purpose In Uie sermon on the mount, which Is the fifth, sixth, and seventh chapters of Matthew, He will ilso find a lesson there on humanity that will help him. Ncne of the de bates micni skeptics ever want, to affirm any proposition. They will deny my proposition that a Christian will 1 llflrm In order to get something to iy, but they should do constructive md not destructive work. All of Mr. Lund's statements are on a par with those I have examined, and are not .vorthy of any serious consideration. H. V " We always fry our? it) Cottoleix." Our Meat, Fish, Oysters, Saratoga Chips, Eggs, Doughnuts.Vegctables, etc. Like most other people, our folks formerly used lard for all such purposes! When it disagreed with any of the family (which it often did,) we said it was " too rich." We finally tried SQTT0LEEIE and not one of us has had of "richness " Put your mind on the right' kind of Stoves! Here AtNOE&SITUY'S. Only you can't conceive of all by merely reading Conic and sec Hie stock, 431 2nd St. A 'BRIDAL CHAMBER Can bo handsomely fur , nished here. The difference between our prices and what you'd usually pay elsewhere will go fnr toward furnish ing onoiher room. EVERY REQUISITE FOR : first Class Funerals : AT POflli'S Undertakirg Parlors, THIRD STREET. Rates Reasonable. Embalming a Specialty. GREATLY REDUCED RATES Southern Pacific MA PR BY THE Co. 1'Ott THE CALIFORNIA Iflidoitoter Fair 1J00HD TfllP TICKETS TO GOOD KOR 30 DAYS AND RETURN $27.50 Including FIVE GATE Tickets to the Fair an attack since. We further found that, unlike lard, Cottolene had ,no unpleasant odor when cooking, and lastly Mother's favorite and con servative cooking authority came out and gave it a big recommendation which clinched the matter. So that's why we always fry ours in Cottolene. Sold by all grocers. 'REFUSE AI L SUBSTTfUTCS. N. K. FAIRBANKS CO., ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON. Tlicso tiny Cr.psulns nro superior! to ,Liul8ani of Uopaiua, X Cubcl)3 and Iajoctlona, jpr They cure ia 43 kwra tho same d:.3caB08 -without anyiucou- venlenca SOLD V ALL DRUGGISTS jVIasic Hall -:- 3)4 First Street, Astoria, Or, H. CHRISTENSEN. Prop. A FRRE CONCI3RT every night beelnnlng at 8 o'clock. Good music. The best of wines, liquors and cigars always on hand. Washington pat Market. Corner SeconJ anJ Main Streets. Wholesale ar.J ReUll Butchers : and : Packers. Steamboats. Ships and Mitts supplied on short no'tce. Families supplied promptly at the o st rates. CHRISTENSEN a CO., Propn. THE OCCIDENT HOTEL Is the Best of Its Class On the Pacific Coast. Rji UNEXCELLED TABLE. Ratea, $2 daily and upwards. EXCURSION TRIPS FROM SAN FRANCISCO to other points In California will he allowed purchasers of special Midwinter Fair tickets at the following round-trio rates; " TO STATIONS UNDER iW MILES FROM SAN FRANCISCO. ONE ANDONE-THIRD one way fare. TO STATIONS ito MILES OR MORE FROM SAN FRANCISCO, ONE AND ONE-FIFTH oneway fare. 1 n,KclA,,,Ia,i '""Information, Inquire of J C KIRKLAND, Dlst. PassenKer Agent at u Front St., Portland Or. or address the underslged. RICH'D GRAY, T. H. GOODMAN, ' Gen. Tratlic Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. E. P. ROGERS, Agent, Portland, Oregon. The Fire's Out! The hlrea glrTs out; the cake and bis cuit ia out. Company has come. "Noth Ing to eat In the house." What'B to be done? Why, send the eldest boy out the back Bate, down to Cleveland's Bakery on Main, street, and get what you need for Just such emergencies. STAMPS Have changed colors very frequently of late; but our competitors change colors every time they see our work. We make wagons, shoe horses and do all kinds of general BLACKSniTHINQ Perhaps you know this already. Cer tainly, you do, If you have ever em ployed us. Q. A. Stlnson & Co. HUNTER & MERGENS, Proprietors of the Portland Bufchering Co.'s Markek Corner Second and Benton streets. Corner Third and West Eighth streets The Groom Iof no anaount at a tt'Pildiia. Who euros for him or lil mnke iipV Evoilnr1 I intcrf't-d in the bride and the onko. nnd the Urn uetivn aako l : "How ni ho (Ires e l mi l In.w wan theeako?" U'oom't fnrni-h tho Lri.'c, hut you an be asstirel i lint if tho inmedients of th. cako, from the l!our to bn' ins: powder, eaine from our shelve, it was llrst cla'i. IIOS k HIUIUXS. CHICAGO, JVTIItWfiUKEE ilnd ST. PAUL RAILWAY Connecting with All Transcontinenta Lines is tl.c Cr.ly Line running ELECTRIC - LIGHTED - Cflf?S BETWEEN St Paul and Chicago. AND Omaha and Chicago. The Express Trains consists of Vestlbuled, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, HEATED BY STEAM, And furnished with Every Luxury known in moder railway travel. For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFETY This Line Is Unequaled. DID YOU EVElj Know a man to keep a good thing to himself. We never did. We're glad of it. As soon as tho prices of our Wines and Liquors became known, one man told another, and so on down the line, As we have said before, our goods bear their own reputation, and they ore wanted at the prices we make. HOCHES 4 CO, xffliy Its PiIS The FastMail .Route. Tickets on sale at all prominent railway offices. For further Information inquire of any ticket agent, C. J. EDDY, General Agent J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt. PORTLAND, OREGON. RAKES AND THINGS. CITATION'. Ill tho County Court of tho State of -Mfgon, for the County i;f Clatsop. In he mat tor of tht estate of James P. l!its, deceased, Citation: To John 1,. Met a. Jess E. Mets. Mrs. Prutlon Wivkly, Mrs. Siirah Reams. Mra. Kalph Jarkboii, Mr. J. Met, and Mrs. T. K. Jackson, ftiveOnir; In the name of tlw State of Oregon: You uie hereby cltd and required to linear In the County Court of th State r Oregon, for the County of I'latsou, at "he court room Uipreof, at Astoria, n the County of Clntwp. on Monday, the ?th day of Mny, l.at, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, then and there to show cuuse. If any exist, why an order it sale should not be made or the fol lowing real estate, 1o-w1t: ihs Nob. S uid 8, In the northwest quarter of the southeast mi;u-tiT, and the southeast. juarier of tho southeast quarter of see tt.n N 14, township No. 7. north of range No. S west, of the Will. Mer., -In Clatsop County, Oref,-un. Witness, the Hon. C A. McGuire. Judire of the County. Court of the Stute of Onearun. for tile County of Ctatw.fi.: "!!! t:.c tcoj r-f "-M r.w aHUi, this, !d dy of April. A. l. ivn. AMest: C. J. TKKXCHARTi. The little warm rays of sunshine drop ping In a little earlier these mornings, as the season advances, plainly say, "Get feady, for folks will soon be want ing garden things!" So we ARB get ting ready our hoes, rakes, spade?, etc., etc., for your coining. Never mind the prices they'll be as little as anybody's. almost surely smaller. J. E. WTATT, Hardware Dealer. C. P. UPSHUR, Shipping fi Commission Astoria, Orecon. ASTORIA WOOD YARD D. & D. t Campbell, Proprietors. Dealers In all kinds of First Class Fuel. Fir. Vine Jfaple, Spruce Limbs, Alder, Hemlock and Ash. Also, best tia les of Wellington. Newcastle, CanneU nJ Cumberland coaL Leave orders at Canrahan & Co' tnre, vr at yanl. feat of Spruce street. Criers rromr-tiy Ulleo, and SATISFACTION GlIAIiATEEO. PUTS YOU in Chicago Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and all Eastern Points X 24 to 36 Hoars Ahead X Of Any Other bine, Pullman and Tourist Sleeper Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din. Ing Cars are run dally via the Union Pacific Flyer leaving Port, land at 7.00 p. m. Astoria to San Francisco. OCEAN STEAMERS SAIL1XO DATES. Columbia, Wednesday, April 4 State, Monday, April 9. Columbia, Saturday, April 14. State. Thursday. Anrtl is Columbia, Tuesday. April 24. State, Sunday, April 29. Astoria and Portland Steamers. Steamer R. R. Ttinm norm laanu k toria , at S:45 a. m.. daily except Sunday, via Washington side of the river- re turning, leaves P,,rt!:,,,,t a - ' daily except Saturday. The Thom sou maKes landings on both sides of the river above VYutprr,,rH .. ' and dewn trip.. - "y" u" S. IT. H. CLARK. 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