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TH DIL.Y A3T0,WAN; ASTO WEP,NE3J)AY MPJUONft NQVOTEE 6, 1895.
JOHN T.'UOHTER. Editor. . Telephone No. tt. DAltT. Bent tr mn, per year Bent by naH, por month. Served by carrier, per week. ..f!M .. .CO .. M WB3BKLT. Sent by mail per year, $2.00 in advance. Postage free to subscribers. A communication Intended for pub lication should be directed to the editor. BuslneM eommunlcaitlons ef all kind and remittances mutt be addressed to The Aatorlan. The Aetorten guarantee to K sub criberw the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. Advertising rates can be had on ap portion to the business manager. The Weekly Aotorlan, the second old eet weekly in the shaits of Oregon, hat next to the Portland Oregonlan, the 'jargeit weekly circulation In the state. Jno. T. Handler Co. are our Port land agent, and copies of the Aitorian can be bad every morning at their stand on Firtt atreet ' ( ' TUB "ELECTIONS. Owing to Uhte overburdened condition of tbe nreres last nUht and tbki morning it fctue een estremely difficult for the A itortan to sirrivw M the exact result, much ijeea to make any Intelligent coounetrt on their enwuitag. , The greatest aurp'riso of (be eledtion is undoubtedly the) splendid . stowing waxje y tine Republican and tWe honest rnocrat hi arylaod, ' and a a result Republican senator will be elected to KMs iwk-tttfced Democratic elate for the HrWt time In its history. ' Ohio ' hue once, '. wore ' MaeToffloently Vindicated itm Republicanism by a majority of over 100,000, Senator Hill baa gone under ' In New York rteite, wblc4v electee' a ngUIa euro overwhelmingly Republican, though ta the cty' the Tammany lash ha again assorted Itself- successifiHly. 'Kentucky elect (Republican governor by a. band ome majority. Now . Jemey has given tine Riepubticaas on of the biggest ma jorities ever polled,' mm ltttle Nebraska not only wUqv oMd.ln, th , Republican column, but repudiate alt its free-silver heresies in an wunlstakaMe manner. . lawia come along .with a . thirty thousand Republktta majority, and MaatahusM . ebows gain even over so phenomenal flgurej of it bat election.. Pennsylvania WJjou wejl up 'to Khn old figures and elects evury maai on (he Republican ticket, in city, county and ettate. The city of De troK baa been swept by a large Republi can irtajorlty, while tlhe city of Baltimore place tn (power a Reputtiean mayor and a full board of 'Republican aldermen, for tDie first Urn In seventy year. ' Taking ttvs situation aiwrWw, .Hhe Republicans have not only increased tbekr mfc)orttle, but have In a surprising manner invaded tronalhoMa for generation jHbootlfled to Democracy, . The people are evidently majolng sthort iwork of Cleveliandatm, Oor munlsm, freetradelsm, and. all cava otlher ,1am (with whicfa the country, ho .been curaed during the Cast Whree years, a fast a tbey thave opportunity to got at tlnero. . , BQJAINUS AND THE PIGMIES. It ptoaeea the San i'ranclaco Exjunincr In tos issue of Saturday, that came to hand yesterday,' to give about, a column and a, half of Its tflltorial apace to on attempt at ahowing that Blaine' man agement of our foreign affair 'was not .wore Intelligent; vigorous or patriotic itihaq their nfemauaVnent by the Cleveland regime. Thta article wua In wresting a a novelty of the off-year of politic, , The country tta been so ac customed to biear Blaine denounced a a told, bad ' Jingo, ' seeking a ' fight with every nation on the globe, that there wais aCl' the c&umce of , unique orlgjiallty tn the Examiner's argument to prove that, aitter all, ha was the only examplar of the modern cuckoo, i To maintain the new view of Blaine, several Quotation were given from the diplomatic conretupondvnc concerning the controversy between Great Britain and VeneaucOa. From the quotation given, ft I evident that Mr. Blaine was not at that time in favor of immediately de claring war -with England wlfhoat first proposing arbitration. From this the Examiner eoncludrs (hat he wua nut a vigorous aupporter of the Monroe doc trine, and feels itself Justified In main taining that he did not make this country mora Influential in South American af fair than It has been under Oresham and Olney. The Examiner, however, overlook the (Clangs . that bit taken . place In the conditions of the Veneiuels, controversy. In BUlnV time ft had gone no further on wither eld than diplomatic discussion. At the psent time England ha com mitted actual avtveiwion, and 1 reported to be preparing for the ilmme&at estab llrfhunent of her claim to the disputed twttory by force. WTien the dtKusaion wu under way Blaine could do no more than recommend arbitration. Had Bng land then, as now, e?ranrti sign of scorn ing our Interference and entering upon the annexation of Venesuelan territory, dons any totemwit American doubt that Blaine's reoonwier.datton .would have been ion changed to the language of aa ulti matum. Blaine's poilcy In regard to the relation which exist between the United States State anj all parts of both North and SouHh America constitute one of the mjiL ujiiiisjlcuou future of his state 1 cra'Ji. He Is not mare familiarly known as the champion of protection at home' tlan of Pan-Americunimi abroad. Un der the pnetdency of Oarfleld one of the1 noted acta of his administration of the state department was the effort to bring about a peace congrww of all the Amrrl oan State for the purpos of preparing a -way or settlement of l International question that might axles among them. Oarfleld was killed and Blaine went out of ofl!c bef or that pfan could be carried out Under Harrison he succeed! In geotlnj tosrther a Pan-AoMrtcan con grs on a broader bast than the one ugr.isrod in Gr9eld's time, and In that conirrfH Mia foundation wae feM for the bulMinx of a grrat Amuican policy. Be fore ih iKW W?r!c2, tMWf the master wbose genius, patrtotltm and conjrag were needed to erect It In fit proportion died, and elnce then w iiave not even beard of Pan-AimertoaoJm, We jav"sjard only of Clevelantdlam. It i in vain that any argument or eembiet arguseat U urge4 to deirend. tie foreign policy of & (XtmtaxH admlnls tratloo, but the affair becomes a down right abwurdHy, even nvhen moat froth and original, when the defender ventures upon a comparison between the policy of Green aum and Olney and that of James O. Blaine. The blunders; weaknesses and futilities of this administration will oon be forgotten, but for all time to own the people of this courttry, and even of the European countries which he so often combated, will remember that great statesman, and, whenever our for eign affairs are in the hand of Incom petent or unpatriotic mien, there will r'.ot tn the heart of the people the wish o often uttered now, "Oh, for one hour of Blaine." The RepMbbldani of Astoria who are Just ntanr the snibjexX of such fervent appeal to keep politic out Wf the city government will remember tlhlat whatever reason for merly extern! for the unique movement wHkit culminated in a citizens' ticket, there is now no excuse tar Its contln- uancfe The movement was) begun a a protest agvutnat an alleged combination tor barter and trtdo and the division of the spoils among some of the leaders in the Republican and Democratic parties. Such utiholy alliance. If tt ever existed, wua long ago broken up and eitectuatty destroyed by the good and sincere men of both parries, 'Everybody know V.iere I now no corrupt ttairgiasn or uodenhaad' Ing wutasiatlng betwweea lih controlling element of the Republican and Deoro orai tic orgamisatlon, nor Is there the llghletJi oanger of any, but the move aient thus lauidablyi commeaced tolas been' kept alive tafter It legltlmBvte purpase iwa aubserved, solely for the pur pus of putting men In office who had no political rigii thereto. A glance at the party complexion of the present roster ot amy employ! nd the county a well, up to about a year and a. half ago ex plain to an unprejudiced observer the true inlwardneNS of the attempted perpet uation of tine cltisens' 1 movement. The Democratic iparty a notortouvly a party of proscription. In o eotion of the countory, except in some isolated and in- telllgient porta on of, the North, where this party ts dominant, can a Republican, however good land 'well qualified a man be may be, aispere ito any office, no matter how humble tt is. On the other hand thane tare few Republican cities In the Union iwhen titto DemocuUlts have not again amd agelln worked this) OH gag ot "cKtsen' " tnovemvjnit for their profit la the dteunttnltQan of offices. If there were no Republicans tn Aetoria competent or tuonest enough: to boOd the high relations to a. Repuhtlcan city of mayor, aittorncy, police Judge, abreet uperlntenda.mt, police oomni)eHioner, etc., there might be some excuse, or, todteed, the boat of reasons foe fllHng theee office with Democrats of the mioat ordinary capability ' and qualifica tion, But then are any number of Re- publicans of Mrte hBghcwt atondlng a cltl- sersi sod fausineas men hi tDi city of Asto ria iwbx stand ready to accept the trust and Ubschsrgpe tihle reBponatblllty of these poelVtaotia (whenever tfhiedr party stgnlftes a disposition to honor tJiem by catling upon them to do. For these reasons tt Is hoped there will be no' more talk of a cki sons' tlciwlt' In, the ' coming city elee Won inv) khore wil be none if every good Republican fulfill his duty to the party and to the community by attending the 'meet'mg at the count house this evening, and aiding tn .the ctoction of delegates to name the men worthy to conduct the city' affair during tho next ensuing term. . . , . . ' ..... . . la another column will b found a call for a awuu meeting of Republlcafi of this Mty to be hcd at the court houso tonight. This call, it twin be noticed, Is signed by the presidents of the McKlntey Club, the Cttttwp League Club, Uppertown Re publican Club, and the Unlontown Uepiib. llcan ClUb, th four organlsatlont of the pVirty iwhos combined irtiberahlp roll include sufaerfainilally all tho Republicans of tAdtorta. ' The fusion, of these four bodies on the eve of a primary ejection sain haw MbXong the spirit of party feeling among Hhteir mombens really Is, arid haw little influence the Caw marplots, wire pullers and wohemer poaseeat not' iwluhtstlaindlng their self Important pro tostaulons. Here la the real cftlsens' par- ty:-a party of Republican aitlsens work lng a one iman for the common good, and enuncUiMng in city politics the doc trines and belief ' thiat tveuvw mods the tierm "iatu(bllcanitom" aynonyiniious with good, cloui', and protfiWBlve government In every corner of our land. The rctlon ot tii dubs in determining on Joint and ooitcauevl Wctton -wfll b halkA wtlh de lleht by sill who deslr to see a united 'Rtpublk-um party restored to Its rightful responsibility and control In the affair and ttetstlny of Astoria. W expect to ee at tanllit's meeting th greatest bar mony and good feeling, and firmly be ttove tWJt the result of tte dVllberatton will produce a IhU of primary delegate, Und vJluequentCy civic csvndblate, whose eiJenllon wtU reflect honor on the Drtrty, the cityi and the office to which they will be elected! by overwhelming majorities on th nut May of December. It la amusing to notice huw the popular UjVui of a 'ViUaana' " party bf dlapelh'd wn uJdh an organisation la submitted to .1e scrutiny of cold faot. A cltl ien' movement, that Is to say a span toneou burst of popular indignation against rotten party government, 1 all very well. But wfcen tlria rkhteoua wrath become a perennial blossom, wh hts honest indignation get to be a regu lar, and tihronto trick, hedged In by all the tenet of a political party, and sub ject tj the very sam methods and de sign Uve liotsje, to oM men who take the trouble to think for themBuive, becomes a fcule too apparent. The Citlsens' party of Astuta Is owned and operated by a hulf a fcsen men iwho tok this mean ot trying to obtain public office, knowing very sreil that If ths ran to their true color a repi emntavtlve of i Demxratlc pirty, now dead, their aspiration would new be realised. Skinner Did I wver tell you of the greet -oor I had on one of the Httie lak Id MalneT NVT Well, sir. in th course of half an hour I xatusht fifty trout, am of them twwrfty nchv rong, and all of them over a foot. But. as tut wrru.-d bars it, X lost vry on sf them overboaiVl oomlng ashore. "Walton And I con awear to 4ihe truth at nrtuiir HVinnor ay, for I uw trtm when toe oome oohore and thwre w&snX a singje fUh in the twait Boston Transcript. OACTCRIOLOOy. ApplieVJ to DJpWtJii'erti'byt Prof. Uitirlng. (Science.) The .new treaitmient of diphtheria by means of antitoxin serum ha occupied the attention, of the medilcuil world for aibout a year ami a h&f. It has been the kiadlng subject for dlscuealon at aso Olaltions, alt conioreaHes, ait the May meet ing of ilOie American Medical AamcUtlon, and at tihe lute meeting of the British Mi;cal Association. All asree that it posyei:v:a both curative and prapi:iylat1c actions, the degree of access bCone being discussed. The suc cess of th.B remeily In this particular disease ha opened up new field for re eairc!i In the same line in the treuit; nent of other germicidal dlseosei. A review of thw curuicive aoidon and the mode of preparation of the smim will be tlmelv. e peciany so as it Is claimed that tlhto irranment na (already reduced the mor tality of itthU dread disease to kos than one-halir. ..... The cardinal principal upon which its curative action depends Is contained In the fact tinat the Mood possaawo in its iKTma constituents a certain cermlcldai. or tflseaue killing, action due to some constituent not yet clearly defined. Th constituent destroys micro-organisms, or disease germs, that find their way, from whatever source.' into the animal econ omy. . The battle wage In every germi cidal disease for a longer or shorter time, till either the blood or the mlcro-organ-Isms and . their DroJuct nrMtnmfn,'. For Instance, In typhoid fever this battle royes ror a. oays. if the blood is vic torious in the struggle, thAs germicidal or unease-itming constituent is onor. TOOualy increased, and conseauemlv . duces an immunity In tfc'at particular dl ease until it ha disappeared from the blood, wftich in different diseases varlM greatly for instance, smallpox, after sue- cesHrui vaccination for seven years or more, or In diphtheria six or e'ght mortahu. , In consideration of this fact '3We queMCion arose, How can we produce an artificial immunity In an animal matoe a practical application thereof? The action of antltoxtm, then, is phyeio- loxicai ana natural. In that it is simply transmitting it accumulated gervnlcidai constituents from the animal In which It mas oeen artificially generated to the penson suffering from the disease, and 'the disease is cured by the serum con talning this conrti'tuent acting upon and destroying the disease organisms in the system into which it has been introduced Tine germicide or antitoxlne serum is produced tn this way: A hca'thy ani mal, Known to te susceptible to the dia ease. Is selected, either a goat, a theep or a horse. He Is treated with a lub oubaneous injection of a culture media containing diphtheria bacilli. This injec tion, wtilch is called the primary, is in on attenuated form, as the germs are subjected to 85 degrees Cent, of heat for five minutes, thus rendering them leto Virulent. In three day he is again treated to a stronger injection In a simi lar way, and so on for several months, until the animal is no longer affected by the injections of the most virulent oifltures, or until complete Immunity has been produced. Blood is now drown from the animal under the strictest antiseptic precautions, as the slightest coretlamltiatlon destroy the efficacy of the germicide. The blood is then allowed to separate Into serum and clot; the serum is then drawn oft under Dhe same strict precautions and placed in tubes for use. This serum contains the antitoxlne or germicidal constituent already mentioned, and pcesesseo the power of destroying the diphtheria bacilli when introduced into the circulation of a diphtheria pa tient. A epeclally constructed hypodermic syringe is used; the eemun la injected under the skin of the patient, and the stTticteat antiseptic precautions are ob served. The earlier in the disease the remedy I used the more favarubCe is the prognosis. . Healthy individuals who have been exposed to the disease should also resort to Uhe treatment, aa It Is claimed tihiat temporary Immunity may be se cured thereby. We aire Undebted to Behrlng, professor at hygiene at Halle, for this practical eimfllcaitlon of the science of oacterl ology. For the science of bacteriology itself we are indebted to the great Pas teur, who within the last few weeks has been called to his Anal reward. . TO .INDIAN WAR VETERANS, i The foiowlng is urged upon the press of the state by authority of Grand Com mandr Wood, of Indian War Veterans cf t'he NVnth. Pacific Coast, nn Insertion .t wh&r.i is etarnesUy desired. The gufend commander urges upon all Indian 'war veterans to consider he re aullDs of. what has been done by our. or ganisation at so tltt'.e cost, and what imllsjhlt 'have resulted had each and every one iotned one of our camps or instituted new coimps and paid his entail sum of to cent to the grand ncvunpment with a eonwclout'incss that he was but lolng gvyod thing for himself and hi comrades. We have secured to comrade places In fctoe floOdltrs' Homes of Washington and Oregon artd the registration by each state at tlhw earns of each veteran in the nrcn 'Ives of the state, with the company and rea-intent in which he served. In the state of Oregon we have secured funds from the county courts of Oregon at tne eaSI of the camp commander, approved by the camp committee, in the care of sick and needy members or tne camp and a goodly sum for .buriaJ expenses. It Is foeftf tWit these benefits ampCy re pay us for our financial expense, end there remains additional the eijciai aa vantages of the colmp. We have also created an Interest In ccufiWKr.ial circles which wt'l not cease till each veteran hu0I receive Prom the wnernC govemment a pension in recog nition of his services to the country. Money I required to pay printing bl'ls poekage, roocrd and other books, all of wCilviti are necessary to keep up the or- gwnixtation and to keep our Interests be fore congTfFS and the people. The grand commander accordingly Ap peal's to cuCh veteran not a member of a camp to apply to the camp moat con venient to him on November 16, 1895, for membership, or In case member suf ficient can be found wtwr a new camp can be Instituted to correspond with the grand adjutant In regard to the same, who wf.l be gratified to give all needed Information. Then Ct each new end old member b wilting, glad to pay his dms and a:t march on to victory. By direction of the grand commander, M. R. HATHAWAY, . Grand Adju'ant Vancouver, Wash., October 2t, 1835. It's Just as easy to try One Minute Cough Cure as anything else. It' easier to cur a severe cough or cold with it. Let your next purchase for a cough be On Minute Cough Cure. Better medi cine; better results; better try It. Chaa. Rogers. "Some people," raid the ambitious man, .nwaJto and And themselves famous." Yes," replied the experienced politician. "but good deal easier way Is to get elected to the UhlteU States senate. Then you con go to steep and find your self famous." Washington Star. PROVEN A BOOK. Qentlemenr I bar always recom mended Krause's Headncn Capsule wherever I have had a chance. They have proven a veritable boon In my family against any ana an Kinds or headach. Tour truly. J. H. WALTER, Leavenworth, Kansas. For sale by Chaa. Roger. Astoria, Oregon, sol ajrent ritkit.ra harin to trtink that the gcvernor wit ttv nsvrble heart is Just Mvmt unnnlm-MMi tn this glorious country of our.-Detroit Fre Press. AMONG THE LEAVES,. T.v near sky, the under sky, The low sky that I love I I He where fallen k-ave lie, With leafy ky above; -. And draw the colored leaves tilth, And push the withered leave by, And feel the woodland hcut upon me brooding like a dove. Th brUiht sky. the shifting aky, The sky that autumn weaves, I eee where scsirlet leaves fly, The sky the wind bereaves; I see the lingering leaves die, '. I hear the dying leaves sigh. And breathe the wood ana nreaca maae sffcet by all her withered leaves. Youth's Companion. WOMAN'S RIGHT. Some say It ts the ballot box, Some say the home Is bemter; But we are very sure that' tls The pestsertpt to her letter. New York Mercury. ENGLISH CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN INVESTMENTS. Important to Americans seeking Eng lish Oaptlai for new enterprises. A list containing the naimes and address ot 360 suocesef i. promoters who have placed over 100,000,000 Stcrtlng In Foreign In vestments within the last six years, and over 18,000,000 for the seven months of 1S96. Prlo, 5, or $25, payable by postal order to tho London and Universal Bu reau of Investors, 20, Cheapide, London, E. C. Subecrtbers wll be entitled, by ar rangement with the directors to receive either personal! or lottora of introductotn to any of these suxrassfiu promoters. This list Is first cCass in every respect, arid every man or Arm whose name ap pears therein may be depended upon. For placing the following it will be found invaluable Bonds or Share of Industrial-., Commercial and Financial con cern, Mortgage loans. Sale of Lands, Patents or Mines. Directors: SIR EDWARD C. ROSS, HON. WALTER C. PEPYS, CAPT. ARTHUR STIFFS. Copyright. Signorina Stella Pender is reported to have made a brilliant debut in opera at utnioggia, near Venice. She is the young- eat daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Pender Cudllp, the latter being better knewn as Annie Thomas, the novelist. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. General Gulterrez, governor of the State of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, who ts now In Aitlanta, Is one of the richest men In 'Mexico, owning valuable farming lands and mining concessions. He is commander of the Mexican army. Acts at once, never falls. One Minute Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and that feverish condition which accom panies a severe cold. The only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results. Chas. Rogers. ECONOMY IN FUEL. The Eureka Fuel Economizer ts a eel entitle! prepana,tion which augments the intensity of coal and wood heat in the proportion of 33 per cent. If the direction printed on each pack age is carefully observed, the Eureka Coal Economizer will give to any trdlna ry or middling coal the iime value as thlat of superior quality. The Eureka Fuel Heononlzer prevents the shoots, the et rulers and the formation of smoke. Which may spoil, In an apart ment, so many vaiuajbte articles, such as curtains, paintings, etc. The Eureka burns any kind of gas which might destroy the breat'hlaible air; apartments and factories In vhlch it is used aro consequent' more healthy and comrortaioae. In less than five minutes, one can obtain a very brisk Are which will Host thirty hours without being stirr ed up and without any addition ot fresh coal. Hence an economy of coal, work and money. The Eureka Economizer produces a heat more soft and more conecatrUted; when a normal heat is wanted, the ventilation must be partly stopped and, again, an economy In fuel is to be relied upon. We guarantee that our preparation pro duces no Injurious effect on the health, and does not affect In any way stoves. ranges, grates, etc. Lainge consumers can obtain the pro duct, which we do not hesitate In term ing, "marvelous," at much more reduced prices. Each packlRge bears, with very explicit directions, our trade mark, representing four hands crossed together above a Hon with this motto: "In union there Is strength." Any counterfeiter shall be dealt according to law. We receive too frequently applications for samples, anl It Is with regret that wo are compelled to refuse the sending of the siime. Heretofore we have lib ertaTJly given away samples in order to popularise our product, but wo cannot afford to support such heavy .xpenee any longer. The moderate price of our pro' dt."t is in the reach of anybody who want to try it. It ts for the same reason that we have decided to send It direct on receipt of 25 cents. To try is to be convinced that our pro duct Is a triumph of science. 25 cents each package, sent free ot charge. AflERICAN EUREKA FUEL ECONOMIZER CO, liSo Broadway. New York, I). 5. A. Say, why don't you try DeWltt's Little Early Risers? These little pill cure headache, Indigestion and constipation. They re small, but do the work. Chas. Rogers. PUlsbury, the champion cheua player of the world, Is on Invvteraite smoker. His favorite tobacco takes the form of green cigars, and during one game he will con sume etlx or seven from his ouse. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. .General Duchesne, French commander In Madagascar. attaibHdhed a pigeon post to keep up communications betwosn the main bodvof his troops and the forward idetuAihiment sent against Antananarivo. OrvPrlce's Cream Baking Powder Contains aa Amstoais or Alam. II. J. Noyes, of Richland City. Wis., has been appointed chief Instructor in butter and cheese-making in the Ohio State University, with the title of assist' ant professor of dairying. It is a truth In medicine that the small est dose that performs a cure la the best. Dewitt's Little Early Risers are the smaliest pills, will perform a cure, and are the best. Chas. Rogers. Corbelt and Fitxslmmons have made costly nuisances of themselves. But If the curtain which drop on them Is never to be raised again on prizefighting they will have been of some use In th world, and the good they have unwillingly done may be remembered In partial offset to the evil of their example. Cleveland Plain (Dealer. DID YOU EVER Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine hss been found to be peculiarly adtpted to th relief and cure of all female complaints, exerting a wonderful direct Influence In giving strength and tone to th organs. If you haw Loss of Appetite, Constipa tion, Headache, Fainting Spelts, or are N-rvous. Sleepless, ExcltaM, Melan choly or troubled with tisy Ppeils, Elec tric Bitter is the medicine you need. Health and Strength ore guaranteed by its use. Large bottles only 50 cents at Chaa Rogers' drug store. It ts a victory over the lower poa:ons of men, a triumph of conscience. For one the better element in hitman nature has scored x knockout. Kansas City Journal. A. G. Bartley, of Magic, Pa., writes: 1 feel It is a duty of mine to Inform you and the public that DelWtt's Witch Ha zel Salve cured me of a very bad case of eczema. It also cured my boy of a running sore on his leg. Chas. Rogers. It Is better that Corbett and Fltzslm- mons should batter each other Into sev eral kinds of pulp than that the governor should override the law In stopping either a "irlovo contest" or a prizefight. Nebraska Stiate Journal. ROYAL Baking Powder baa been awarded highest honor at every world's fair where exhibited. It is reported that the Corbett-Fitz- slmmons fight bus been declared off. If so, this cpfsode may be saild to end prizefighting in America. No state will tolerate it. Minneapolis Tribune. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla, When she became Hiss, she clung to Castorla, When she had Children, she gave them Castorla. eooi -. mi rir JV.. AA1 E IT WILL NOT CURE, if ansimwfthla Isxatlve and NERVE TONIC Bold by Druggists or sent by mail. 50600 and $1.00 per paokage. Samples free, fffl TTgS The Favorite I00TS KWIBS IVU llUfortheTeetbandBraatateia, Tor Sal by 3. W. Conn. These tier CctHiiiisi are superior to Bulsatn of Copaiba, CuMis and Inj.jctiona. ffJD'j They euro lu 40 hours tho . ,J name diseases without any incon venience. E0LD OY ALL DRUGGISTS! OUNSET 0 I IMITFn L.IITII I lUt KKASON OF- 1895'iHqC. will kujn , Tmice a Week BETWEEN San Francisco AND New Orleans Over the Great C unset R oute Leaving San Francisco Tuesdays and Saturdays From Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1895. The -mot compCete, modern, elegantly equipped amd perfectly nriuned Vtstl- buied Transcontinental Train in America. New Equipment, espectly designed for this Service. Direct connections in New Orleans for all Eastern points. Quick time. NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AC CEPTANCE OF DUANE STREET. Notice Is hereby aivea that N. Clinton and Sons, contractors for the Improve ment of Duane street, in OfcClure's Asto ria, from east tine of 8iii tftreet to west line of lStfh street, under the provisions of Ordinance I960, on the 3ml day of Novem ber, 1K96, filed in the office of the Auditor and Polk's Judge of the Cty of AstcrU, the certlffc.-n.te of the CMy Surveyor and Super! ntendroi of StreeKa approved ty the the CofiunkU.ee on Streets and Public Ways. After the expiration of the tine here inafter specfliled, ft no objections to the acceptance of such -work be filed and the Common CouncS etiall deem such im provement properly cornpieted, according to the contract and pans nd speriflca tkvna therefor, flhe same may be accepted. injections to me acceptance of raid Improvement or any part thereof, may tie filed In the ofnVe of the Auditor and Police Judge on or before Wednesday. Nov. th. 1&6. K. OfBCItN. Auditor and Pviiice Judge. Astoria, Or., Nov. 8nd. 189 4 Vt-JTray, 1 Heal Estate (Den, Bankers . and Easiness lUIen .. Of Astoria Generally. A POIflTEH! S-Call Into the A5torln office and get sample copies of our regu lar Commercial edition. It Means Money in Your Pocket. FREEMAN & HOLMES. Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, flrst-clasa horseshoeing, eta LOGGING CiW OJOHK A SPECIALTY 197 Olney atreet, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria, Or. Aa Franklin says, good dress opens all doors, you should not lose sight of the fact that a perfect fitting suit Is the main feature. Wanamaker & Brown are noted for fit, workmanship and superiority of Qualities. Their rep resentatlve visits Astoria every three months. Office 64 Dekum Building, Portland, Or Reserve orders till you nave seen the sprint' line of sampU'w Snap fl Iodak at any man coming our ul our store and you'll got a portrait of a nun brinnnliiK over wltti pleasant thoughts. Such quality in tlH liquors we have to offer aro enough to PLEASE ANY MAN.. Conge and Try Them HUGHES fit CO. IS THERE? Is there a man with heart so cold, That from his family would withhold The comforts which they ail could find In articles of FURNITURE of th right kind. And we would suggest at this season, nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or se of Dining Chalr9. We have the larges and finest line ever shown In the city and at prices that cannot fall to pleas the closest buyers. HEILBORN & SON. . Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than those we serve. We're trying in every way to make them the most en joyable In town. All the "good things' ot the season cooked by our excellent cook In the most delicious style. Perfect If you Invite a friend to the Palace Restaurant the place is a sufficient guar antee tnat ne will receive a gooa meai, The Palaee Restaurant ASTORIA IRON WORKS Conromly St., foot of Jackson, Astorli. General Machinists and Boiler Makers Land and Marin Engines. Boiler work, Steam boat and Ginnery Work Specialty. Castings of All Descriptions Made to Order on anon riuiite. . lohn Fox. 1'resident and Superlntendon A, L. Fox Vice President 0. B. Prael Secretan Are You Going East? If so, drop a line to A C. Sheldon, ieneral agent of the "Burlington rlou;." 250 Washington Bt., Portland. He will mall you free of charge, maps, time tables, and advise you as to tne through rates to any point, reserve keeping car accommodations for you, and furnish you with through tickets via either the Northern, union, tsoutn- ern. Canadian Pacific, and Great North ern railroads at the very lowest rates obtainable. The Burlington Route Is generally lonceded to be the finest equipped rail- road In the world for all classes of travel. Canadian Pacific RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Greatest -- Trac s-Co utinental Railway System. FROM OCEAN TO IN Palace Dining Room and Sleeping Cars Luxurious Dining Cars. Elegant Day Coaches. ALSO - Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken Views of the Wonderful Mount ain Country. $5.00 and $10.00 Saved on all tit-ketn Kaat. Tourist ear the b"t on wh.-els. Kquipmeuts of ihe very finest -ALSO Canadian t'aciflc 11 -TO- China and Japan. China steamers leave Vancouver, B. C Empress of India Empress of Jjptn -Emiress of China Emr nss of India f-mpr.ss of Jatan Empress of Qiiru ' Aug. 5i. Aug afcth. St-pC icih. Oct 14th. Nov. mh. Dec, o'h. Australian steamer leave Vancouver, B. C ioib el every month. For ticket rates and Information call on or address JAS. FIM AYSON, Aeent, Astoria, Or. V. F. Carsnn, Traveling Pass. At , Tacoint. Vah Geo. McL. Brown, D!st Pass. At., - "i Vancouver, B. C- German Physician. Eclectic. DR. BAHTEL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Albert Dunbar's store, cor. 9tn and Co nmerclal. Prices: Calls, 1; confinement-, 110.00. Operations at sfflce tree; medicines furnished. W. C. LOO AN, D. D. 8.. : DENTAL PARLOUS. Mansell Block. 67i Third street DR. EILIV JANSON. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON Office over Olsen'i drug store. Hours, lu to 12 a. m,: 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Bun- days, 10 to 11. LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUKUEON Office, 6MW Third St., Astorut, Ore. Special attention given to all cbronJ diseases. DR. O. B. KSTES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEO. Special attention to diseases of wom en and Burgerr. Office over Danzigers store. Astoria Telephone i'o hi. JAY TUTTLE. M. D. PHYSICIAN, BURGEON, AND AiXXtUCHEUR. Office, Rooms 4 and 6, Pythian Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and t to 6. Residence, 631, Cedar street DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY. OFFICE AT HI3 RESIDENCE. May be found in his office until it o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until t pi m., and from 5 until 7:30 evenings. H. T. CROSBY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 468 Commercial Street. W. M. LaForce. S. B. Smith. LaFORCE & SMITH, ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW, 286 Commercial street. J. Q. A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office on Second Street Aaiona. or. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlxun Chester V. Dolph. DOLPH. NIXON & DOLPH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon, Hi, 25, 26, and 27, Hamilton Building. All legal and col lection business prump:ly attended to. Claims against the government a spe cialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS. TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and A, M. Regular communications held on the first and third Tuesday evening of each month. W. G. HOWELL, W. M. E. C. HOLDEN, Saaratary. MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE, NOTARY PUBLIC. W. C. CAS3ELL, 178 Tenth street. WHEN IN PORTI.AN D 'all uo Handley & Haas. 160 First street, nnd get the Dally Astortan. Visitor? need not miss their morning paper wim there. BEVERAGES WINES AND BRANDiib.r7,'n' fa ridel wine instead of coffee ur te... Fifty cents per gallon. Don't Utrm peach and apricot brandy. Also French Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert's EXTENDED SYMPATHY. "Do unto others as you would have others do unto you," Is sympathetically ahown in the following linen, the pre sumption being that sympathy Is txjrn, or akin to pain or sorrow: "Gentlemen: Please send Krauxe's Headache Capsules as follows: Two boxes to Flora Seay, Havanna. N. Dak. Two boxes to Llllie Wilcox, Brookland, N. Dak. 1 nave always been a great sufferer from headache and your Cap sules are the only tning that relieves me." Youra very truly, FLORA SEAT, Havana, N. Dak. For tale by Chaa Rogers, Astoria. Or., Sole Agent A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Cass aud Squemogue Streets. Astoria, Ort DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereoy given that the partner ship heretofore existlnir between the un dersigned, under the firm name and style Oregon Transportation Company, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All outstanding bills or accounts being pay. able to Capt. Paul Bohrader, and he as suming the payment of all debts due by said firm. Astoria, Or., May 13, 1805. PETER H. CRIM. PAUL SCHRADER. STEAMERS Telephone & Bailey Gatzert. Columbia River and Puget Sound Nay lgatlon Co. ty' 't its Two Daily Boats to Portland "Telephone" leaves Astoria at 7 p. m daily (except 8nmlay). Leaves Portland rl;i r i cept Sunday. ' " "Bailey Gatzert" leaves Astoria Tues day, Wednesday, Thnrsdav, Friday and Saturday mnrnino nt R-ah i . u i evening at 7 p. m. , ; Leaves Portland dwly at p. m.. ex cept Sunday. ld -Satnrdav niifhr i 1' p. m. :--v. ' . STONE, - " A sent, Astoria. u. a'W,1' B. A. Beeley. 0n'l .Agt. Portland." s. it. vvLlett, PLUMBING, das and Steam Fitting, Hot Air, Steam and Water Heating.-. 17 Twelfth street Astoria. Or. Horth Paeifle Bremery : JUH1N KOPP.Prop Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTEr?. B.rZrJ,'ulJ,'.u V-!"on -t the Hwnijwuv ur UOU1S Pn ,4 ! .1 . -wuu. Ail ordaaa will t promptiy attended to. IT