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.. XXXV, NO. 140.
ASTORTA, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
!RI(,E FIYE GENTS
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The Only Exclusive Clothing
IQIct-fc ECouse 123. i3713l Oitjy.
pBTTw! I U tfcfcl'
TI: 1. :.-o that is managed the best, and transacts it-, business on the low
v p iw f r ::." line of business annmlly transacted.
!''h liuu- tint can, and does sell its good-, on the smallest uiaigin.
The hou-e that keeps the best assortment a:ul has no shelf-worn gooiK
it.t.ckis always new and fresh as it is continually coming and going, like
the flow of the mighty Columbia, direct from its som -c, to the body it snpphe.
Absvc all, it is, the house that treats every customer alike, and tiansacts
a1! i fetidness on stiictly business principlt-s, in sh it it is a business house
T I. KA31lI.Toar,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Astoria. - Oregon.
Office throe doors cast Court House,
rn J. CCKTIS,
Attoruty-at-Law: oiry Fablle.
-ommKMoner ot Deeds for "Washington
.murv. Office In Flael's new biick
uudin Cor. Second and Cass streets.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
O&croa Cass street, 2 doors back of Odd
,ows Bunding, Astoria, Oregon.
j . .V. UOWLBY,
trni ami CosiHHcIlor ut lZLVF
'itoa Caeaainus Street, Astoria, Oregon
A R- KANACA,
ATTORNEY AT LaW.
huce ov?r White House Cor., Astoria, Or.
r XI. 3 OiSELL,
XlKAi. ESTATE BROKER
Third Street, next to NY, U. Telegraph Of
fice. Astoria, Or.
VTT W. PARKER,
Tea Estate and Insurance Agent,
Conveyancer and Notary Public.
112 Beaton Street, opposite the Postofllce.
Between Chenamus &Squemoque Sts.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
on FiavePs new brick buildiug, corner
-tcl4 aad Cass streets ; up stairs.
six. A.LAXUJ.A, FUITOX.
Cass street, between 3rd and 4th.
n-ctol attention to Diseases of Women
n4 CtokireH, by Dr. A, L. Fulton.
pw aHestlon to Surgery, by Dr. J. A.
Otkr HHiis from 10 to 12 a.m., audi to 4
It. It. Y. STKICKLER,
rilS10LVN, SURGEON AND DRUGGIST
lHvtMtte cases, cliargcs only for medi-
Neax IV4efficc. Chenamus Street. Astoria,
TAY TUTTLE, M. D.
fhyskLia, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
OSJce. Room 6, PyUilan Building.
OSe boars t lo to 12 and 2 to 5.
Residence, (39 Cedar Street.
rilTSIClAN AND SUKGEON.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
.trria: Opposite Telegraph Office, up
flairs, Astoria, ixrRon.
Gradaile of Cleveland Uomojopathlc IIos
ntad Oocjre. and Fost-Graduate of New
ork Caty Polyclinic School of Medicine
First and Main streets, Fortland.
niftcascs ef Women a Specialty.
K. r. A. KEES,
Rooresand'l.Fl&vers new Brick Bulld
lap. W. T. BrRXET. I- T. BAKIK
J. "W. DOATEK.
Barney, Barin & Draper,
;Oregon City, Oregon.
TrrtTe ve ererieuce as Register of
eCSwLud Office nere, recommends us
la arecUity of Mlnmcand all other bus
shj Wefore the Land Office or the Courts,
m4 iveJvinc ta prawrOce In the General
TIMsti, Lester & Anflersen,
Sarveyers and Arcliitects.
Offxcx, Rook 9, Flatel's Bld'g
p. O. Be S13. ASTOKIA, OR.
The House that Buys and
Sells the Best Goods, as to
C. P. Upshur,
Shipping and Commission Merchant
?.Iain St. Wharf, Astoria. Ort'gon.
Barbour's Salmon liei Twines.
NEPTUNE IJraud Salmon Twine.
WOODIJEKltY Cotton Lines and Twines
SEINES and NETTING
Of all Description Furnished at
Effected in First CUv Companies,
Agency Pacific Express and Wells. Farijo A To.
,-o-T H E-o-
J. P. AUSTIN, Propr.
Open All the Year "t
WIS POPULAR HOTEL
Is new and clean and beautifully lo ated
on the banks of the Neeanicum. v.ithhi five
minutes' walk of
The most nleaant Seaside KtRoit n t'.io
Northwest P.cifu Co..sr.
Every attention is p.iid to the comfort an I
accommodation f the gucte, at'd the table
is supplied with thf en be i-i se.io .
Here aie plenty of Clams :uid t nibs, then
is game in the woods and plenty i.f the
finest fish in the sti earns.
E. P. BOONAN & CO.
(SUCCCSSOJ to J
Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEPHONE XO. 7. - !'. O. HOX 90
. F. Sclieihe,
Smokers' Articles in block.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED.
Special Crauds Manufactured to Onh r.
MAIN STREET. - - Astoria, Or
Thompson & Eoss
Carry a Full Line of
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
J. B. Wyatt,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binacle Oil,
Cotton Canvas Hemp Sail Twine,
Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spika
GaLvanl7td Cut Nail.
Agricultural Implements, Sewing
Machines, Paiuts, Oils,
PATROHIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
There Is no occaslonior the most fastidi
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
San Francisco for
Custom (Made Clothes
As they can pet Detter Fits. Better Work
manship, and for less Money.
By Leaving their Orders with MEANT.
New Goods bv Every Steamer.
Call and see him and satisfy yourself.
P. J. Meany. Merchant Tailor.
T. W. CASE
California Marine Ins. Co., S. F.
Columbia Fir mi Marine Ins. Co.,
Home Mutual Instance Co , S. F.
Phenix of London.
Imperial of London.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Jir.ifta tlrattt) available in any part of the
U. . ik! Europe, and on Hong Koug, China
:' i k lUiuus : it) a. at. to 3 p. a.
ni hKi.Lows Itoiutixa, Astoria. Orejion.
BAMC, BOSTON, MASS.
Accounts of C.iuks, Bankers and Corpora
tiot.s f olicited.
Our facilities for COLLECTIONS are excel
lent, and we rc-discouut for Banks when
balances arrant it.
Boston is a Reserve Citv, and balances
wiili in from Banks (not located in other
Utfer e t 'I ics) count as a rejen c.
V.udraw our own exthane on Loudon
and the Continent, and make cable transfers
and place money by telegraph throughout
the United Slates and Canada.
We Inn e a market for prime, first-class
Investment Securities, and Invite proposals
from but es. Counties and Cities when is
o do a general Banking Business, and In
ASA P. POTTER, President.
JOS. W. WOItK, Casiiier.
Astoria National Bank
IS NOW OPEN FOB
GENERAL BAHKIM BUSINESS
Accounts of Finns and Individuals Soic
ited on Favorable Terms.
Interest iialil on 'lime DeposiLs. Muin-y
1-oanul on Personal and Beal rstate je
eunty. Foreign anJ Domestic Exchange bought
C. T. Kilce, Presiilent.
Joint Ilob.son, Vice Pres.
A. SS. Kclcc, Cashier.
. IC. Warren. ( t-w-,
V. S. Wright, j D-wCiOM.
THE PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK
OF I'OUTLAM), OKKUO.N"
Paid up c-ipital
Sui plus and prolius
Interest allowed on savinj-'S depMts as
On ordinary savings books, 4 per ci nt per
On tenn savings books. C j er c ut per
On certificates of deposit :
For three months, 4 per cent prr aMiuui
For six months, 5 per cent per annum.
For twele months, C per ceut per annum.
FKANK DEKUM. Piesldeni.
I). P. 1UOMPSON. Vice-1 re deiiL
ii. c. feiUATiON, cahier.
Astoria Iron forts.
Co.icoiii! f.t.. Foot t Jack-on. Astorin ir
MacMsisis ni Boiler Maters.
Land and Marine Engines
Steamboat WorU and Cannery Work
Castings of all Descriptions Made
to Order at Short Notice.
A. L. Fox, .
J. U. il usi i.uv......
Pre-ident and Sunt
Sec and Treas
Scow Bay Foiliy
VEST FIFTH AND WALL STS.
ASTOltIA, - - OCKGOX.
Of all Descriptions
MADE 10 ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE.
FARM AND DAIRY RANCH TO LET
Twenty to Tlilrty Choice Cows
30 to 50 Acres of Fine Meadow
A Farm of ICO acres, 4 to 5 acres of orchard
In entice fruits, complete farm buildings,
near Astoria. Convenient to sell milk in
thB city. All farmlnc tools and dairy appli
ances. One span fine Farm Horses and
V:uon. Apply to this office, or to A. II.
Kile, on the premises, at Woodlan t Farm
oung's Uiver, Or.
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB.
Carpenter ami BuiIIr.
HoH & JlcCurtrie's old sUind. luve over 200
plates and drawings of all Kinds and styles
of dwelling-houses, ranging fromaSdoo to
$'.2,000 Call and see them.
Contractor and Stone Mason
All kinds of Stone Work donoin a neat
and substantial manner.
Address all Orders or Correspondence
iiox 213, Astoria, vr.
A Pocket Cigar Case Free to Smokers of
A fire in Portland did $5,000 damage.
A $10,000 fire occurred at Fresno, Cal.
Spotted ferer has reappeared near
Gregory, Ballon & Co.. brokers in New
Customs officers in 'Frisco captaradj
$1,3UU WUCIU Ui. upiUlil.
Parnoll and Mrs. O'Shea "were ad
judged guilty of adultery.
The proposition to build a trans-Pa
cific cable has been endorsed.
The Sioux Indians in North Dakota
are arming and trouble is feared. "
Maine "mugwumps" have decided that
Blaine cannot be the next president.
A ship capsized off the 'Dalmatian
coast and thirty-eight lives were lost.
The futnre of Alaska was discuss.! by
a prominent eastern newspaper man.
Ai Tipton, Ind., the express office was
robbed of a package containing $1,000.
A boiler at Msrtstown, Pa., expleded:
three men were killed aJB seven injured.
A railroad accident near 'Kansas . ity1
caused the death of a large number of
Two insurance companies in Minneap
olis were put. into the handsr'ofa re
ceiver. A Stockton clergyman cfeatsd n sensai
tion by making a confession from the
Dispatches from London and Berlin
say that the markets tboro are iu good
The jury in tho case of Mo Vuiiffo nn J
Slavin charged with prizo fighting !in
Thomas Curly was arrestod in San
Francisco on suspicion of having beien
a Chinamen to death.
Representative Springor of Illinois,
eaya ho is in tho fight to win the speak
ership of the next house.
If Charles Francis Adams resigns,
Sydney Dillon will be tho next president
of the Union Pacifia Company.
A party of immigrants from Nebraska
have arrived in Portland; thoy are pennt
less and have appealed for aid.
The market in New York opened un
steadily yesterday nnd several failures
were announced on the exchange. 'J
Near ilo3cow ono hundred peasants
wero shot down by troops for refusing to
obey the command of a petty official.
Baring Bros. A Co., telegraphed their
Boston agency that all matters had been
arranged and for thou to proceed'-rith
A story has just come to light that in
May last a bold attempt was made to
assassinate' President Harrison. The
"crank" who attempted it is now in the
Jdditfuat DcUortjh m Fnuiih Page.
IT 13 THE IDE AIi MEDICHm
It rouse the Liver 2nd Kidneys ad Stomach,
Cures nraaacne, juyspensis, creates an Jippe
tite, Purifies the Impure Blood, aad
Makes The Weak Strong.
Used everywhere. flstetUeiaixfftrffc
Successors to Wilson & Fisher.
HKAVY AND SHELF
:bc.:el i -w ahb
Paints, Oils, "
and Mill Feed.
:GKNKKAL AUBN1S POR:
SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS.
Portland Roller mills.
FAIRBANKS' SCALES, ETC.
Astoria, - Oregon.
LARSON & HILLBACK
AKI FRESH FRUITS.
Orders : tlivered Free f Charge. Comtcy
Orders Solicited. Third Mreet.
next to Floueer office.
B. F. ALLEN & CO.
Wall Paper and Oil Paintings
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS.
All Work Guaranteed.
Cor. Cass and Jefferson 8ts.. Aitoris,
Dissolution of Partnership.
Tli I a f tn itnf tfvoll rhnm fr tnew
flint' tnA nfrtTPrqmn nvotfnA .vliHM
between P. O'Hara and H.H.Inpalls under
tho Arm nam n-f n'Hflt-a Xr Tncrallo I. .v.i.
lay dlssolTed byautual consent, p.' O'Hara
niwuianiuc. iuowi uiui win seme all
accounts with the business un to Nor. 1st,
aim seiuo ui utiu BJcuun iuo urui.
H. H. 1NQALLS
A FOLLOWER OF GUITEAU.
Dastartli Attempt to Kill President
THE ASSASSIH LAY UT WATT.
Officers Bare the Life of the President
And Ar.eat the Would-Ba
special br Tho U.trrrD Peksj.I
Cikcixnati, Nov. 17. A local paper
unnU a story to the effect that bat for
the vigilance of the United States
secrot service officers, President Har
rison would undoubtedly have been
shot by a 'crank" last May.
- The "orank" was first heard of in
March, when'iSenator Hoar received
a very savage letter, which demanded
that he push his resolution to investi-gate-the
Southern courts to tho bitter
eniL-w He declared that unless somo
abuses were rectified he would kill the
Tile matter was placed in the hands
of Chief Bell, of the seoret service,
and two seoret service men finally
succeeded in locating the -writer. He
was a small storekeeper in Peters
The fellow went to Washington on
May 23rd, being shadowed all the
way and in Washington by detectives.
Tho "crank" stationed himself on
Pennsylvania avenue and when the
president passed for his morning
drivethe fellow, when the executive
carriage was within twenty feet of
Jiim, attempted to draw a revolver.
The two detectives were upon him
in an instant and he was hustled to
police headquarters where a 38-calibre
revolver was found in his pocket. He
boldly confessed that he intended to
kill the president. Later, he was
quietly adjudged insane and he is now
confined in on insane asylum near
am. spniNCER agaiiv.
T1!b Time He Elect Hliusdlf
a.a tho Next Speaker.
Special to Tus ABTonixx.i
"WASHniQTOK, Nov. 17. Representa
tive Springer, of Illinois, is a candi
date for-speaker of tho next house
and said to-day:
"I am in the fight to win. I have
fourteen votes from my own state to
begin with, and I count on tho North
west, There will be ono hundred
members from the states east of the
Ohio and never, yet. haa -a speaker
been elected from a stato west of the
Wabash & Mississippi."
A Hfwp 1 Paper Saves Her Ufe
It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap
ping paper, but It saved her life. She
was In the las: stapes of consumption,
told by her plijsioians that she was in
curable and could liveonljr -linrt time;
he weinlie-l less than secern, p Hinds.
On a piece of wrapping jwijht ?1i read
of Dr. Kins' New Discovery, anl got a
sampli- bottle; it helper h rCshf bought
a larg hot tie. It heljd her ni.ro. bought
another and grew better .'a-.t, continued
its iiae and Is now strong, healthy, josy,
plump, weighing 140 pounds. For fuller
BartiiMilars sei d stamp to W. H. Cole,
iruggibt. Fort Smith. Trial bottles of
this wonderful Dlscoery Fite at J. W
Conn's Drug store.
An Eau Clairo butcher found a S20
gold piece, somewhat worn, in the
crop of a spring ohicken. It was
dated 1875. and the sup position is
that the chicken swallowed it about
Now Is the time to test the best Ca
tarrh. Bronchitis. Asthma and lthen
matic Cure in tlie City of. Astoria.
Fifty packages of LeKoy's West India
Catarrh Cure, the regular price of
which Is $5.00. can be Jiad from J.
W. Conn, the druggist, at SIM per
package, thereby saving $4.00. This is
a preparation warranted to cure. Call
and get a package, as they go fast.
Kemember the nlace Conn's, onno-
sltethe Occident Hotel. S. Brown &
uo.r lTopnetora. L.os Angeles, Cal.
P. O. Box 892. Blmnaur-Frank Drug
Cheap For Cash.
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL.
Iron Plpa and Fittings, Stores, Tin
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Sheet Lead. Strip Lead, Shet Iron.
Tin and Copper.
FOB DRESS OB BUSINESS WEAR
ARE CHOICE GOODS
THE FJLTTEKN, Tke Beat,
THE VBIOE, Tke Ckeapeat
lPt G-txAor&xito e cl
WSea abo My Special Tea-Bllax
Pants, to Order. Address
534 Thlr Street, Aatarla, Or,
M Store and Stoct
A California Minister Creates a
Special to The Astoriajt.1
Stockton, Cal., Nov. 17.- Themosfc
profound sensation ever created in
church circles in this city, "was the
result or some of the most startling
remarks made yesterday morning by
Bev. Sj. Munroe from the pulpit of the
Presbyterian church, the largest and
most fashionable in the city.
Unexpectedly Mr. Monroe started
to make a confession of his sin to the
fashionable congregation before him.
He said that, God had commanded
him to do so. Ten years ago, he said,
before his marriage, he had had im
proper relations with women upon
promises of marriage, which he had
never intended to mull, amce
his marriage he said he had
been pure in action, but not in
thought. He then proceeded to tell of
female members of his flock toward
whom he had improper thoughts.
The list embraced married and sin
gle ladies and he mentioned their
names publicly before the congrega
tion. Most of his improper thoughts
came when ho was walking home
from prayer meetings with the sisters.
A TRANS-PACIFIC CABLE.
Action ef Coast Chambers of
Special to The astokiax.i
Sax Fkanoisco, Nov. 17. On Ooto
ber 21st the San Francisco Chamber
of Commerce adopted resolutions
favoring the laying of a Trans-Pacifio
cable to Australia via the Hawaiian
islands and Samoa, and the assistance
of other commercial organizations on
the coast was requested.
In response to this tho local body
has received communications from tho
chambers of commerce of Los Angeles,
Cal., and Astoria, Or., stating that the
matter had been considered and the
position taken by the San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce is fully in
dorsed, and the congressmen in
"Washington, representing the interests
of the sections mentioned have been
requested to do what they could to
carry out successfully the proposed
ANOTHER BIG DISASTER AT SEA.
A Ship Capsize! aM TMrty-EiiM
LIybs are Lost.
o.vxr TimtTEEX'.WEiix: sated.
Special bv The United Press.
London, Nov. 17. A ship having
on board a party of laborers and a
largo number of animals for the Is
land of Brassea, capsized offtheDal
mation coast. Boats were put out
from the shore and rescued thirteen
men. Thirty-eight persons and one
hundred animals perished.
Victory for tho Strikers.
Special to The Astokian.1
San Francisco, Nov. 17. Tho'lron
Molders' Union this morning scored
another point in its effort to get men
away from the "struck" foundries.
Two of tho best men in the Union
Iron Works wero this morning sent
East on the Overland.
Elegant and Useful Ornaments.
Three of the most beautiful articles
which have been Been in this city for
many a day were observed in the New
York Novelty store last evening.
They are a mantel clock and two can
delabra, which are of onyx with gold
trimmings. Each candelabrum has
sockets for five wax candles, four ar
ranged in the form of a square with
the fifth one inthe center, and several
inches above the square. Tho clock
is of unique and tasty design, with the
best of movements, and finished in a
complete manner. Tho value of the
three pieces is 3125, and the lady who
secures them for her parlor mantel
will be envied by every other woman
in the city.
This is what you ought to have, in
fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy
life. Thousands are searching for it
daily, and mourning because they find
it not Thousands upon thousands ot
dollars are spent annually by our peo
ple in the hope that they may attain
this boon. And yet it may be had by
all. We guarantee that Electric Bitters,
if used according to directions and the
use persisted in, will bring you Good
Digestion and oust the demon dyspep
sia and instead Eupepsy. We recom
mend Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia
and all diseases of Lhrer, Stomach and
Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and Sl.00 per bot
tle by J. W. Conn, Druggist.
Tho New York World, it is said,
pays $667,500 u year for paper used in
printing its editions, while the next
largest bill, that of the Boston Qlobe,
foots up $326,000 a year.
advice to mothebs.
Mrs. Winslow's 8oothinq Syrup
should always be used for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
chollcandis the best remedy fordiar-rhcea.Twenty-five
cents a bottle.
For lame back, side or chest, use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
G. B. Smith
Has bousht the Mikado Candy Factory aud
will keep a fine assortment of
Gandies, Cigars, and Fruits
In season. Give me a call.
Practical : Watchmaker,
A line line of Gold and Silver Watches,
solid Gold and Plated Jewelry, Clocks, etc.,
at reasonable prices. RepalrlnK Promptly
sone. Next to Morgan & Sherman.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Masonic Land and Building Association
of Astoria will be held at the oQce of Capt.
George Flavel, on Wednesday, December
17th, 1890. at two o'clock p, h.. for the pur
pose ofelectlng five (Si directors for tho en
suing year, and for the transaction of such
other business as may come before the
meeting. 8..T. McKEAN,
Astoria, Oregon, November lc. isao.
ALL THE WOULD OYER.
Parnell ani Mrs. O'Shea Acljnflpa
Gnilty uy a Jnry.
THE PANIC IN WALL STBEET.
Another Outrage Eeported from
Euasia Sioux Indians Arming
Special by Tiie United Piies3.1
London, Nov. 17. The trial of
Parnell and Mrs. O'Shea for adultery,
resulted in the conviction of the con-
pie. Captain O'Shea gets a divorce
and the custody of tho cliildren.
TVliat European firms Say
tlic Great laiiic.
Special to The AsxonrAN
New York, Nov. 17. Tho following
private dispatch from a London firm
was received here to-day:
"We do not think the liquidation of
Baring Brother & Co. will seriously
affect any ono in America or here."
The following dispatch has been
received from a Berlin firm in answer
to an enquiry whether there was any
''There are not the slightest diffi
culties; not even rumors."
London, Nov. 17. Foreign secur
ities are now depressed but consols
aro steady. American securities are
weak and the rate of discount m tho
open market is nominally same as the
Bank of England rates.
The Post says: "A private cable
gram from a prominent conservative
banking house in London this morn
ing reports the condition of affairs
thero as having greatly improved.
Special inquiry in regard to any other
house than that of Baring Bros. & Co.
being in trouble, brings the reply that
no other house is even being talked
about. Early London prices for
American stocks were higher and the
revival in confidence was marked.
In Berlin the whole financial situa
tion, all the past week, has been easy
and quiet compared with the Loudon
shrinkage of capital. In the cases of
brokerage firms, speculations in
stocks during the past week have
placed many of the smaller firms in
such a position that they cannot go on.
Two of these suspensions were an
nounced on tho stock exchango this
morning. Possibly tho total liabil
ities of both may not exceed 200,000.
IN WALL STREET.
The market Opens Unsteadily
A Number of Failures.
Special to The Astoria n.1
New York, Nov. 17. The situation
in "Wall street tins morning was very
much straitened and a very nervous
feeling pervaded the street. The
opening of tho stock market was
awaitedwith much anxiety. The at
tendance on tho Exchange when the
callers gavel announced tho opening
of the day's business was greater than
ut any time since the present financial
The market opened steady, however,
except for Lackawana, which was
weak. In the first few minutes he
whole market sold off little, and as
was expected "Mills, Bobeson & Smith
made an assignment and was followed
by another which was announced
shortly after tho opening of the Ex
change. About 1030 o'clock the firm
of Kandall & "Weinura, brokers doing
business at No. 50 Exchange Place,
notified tho Exchange, through the
chairman, of its inability to meets its
obligations. This caused some con
sternation, but the market is by no
means panicky. Gregory, Ballon &
Co., brokers at No. 1 New street, also
announced a suspension.
Trouble feared, by tnc Settlers
in Nortli Balcotn.
Special to Tiik Astokiax.i
Mandan, N. D., Nov. 17. Super
intendent Green at Biverside ranch,
whose range is near the Sioux reser
vation came in this morning. Ho says
the Indians are coming north aud are
well armed aiid acting in an un
A number of the Indians are armed
with two guns each and they have
plenty of ammunition. They passed
through town presumably to stir up
tho Indians on the reservation north.
Settlers are coming in from the
south and begging tho citizens lo stir
up the authorities at "Washington to
action. Enough Indians aro travel
ing about this section to run off all
tho cattle and kill half the settlers in
ANOTHER RUSSIAN OUTRAGE.
One Hundred Feasants Shot
Down by Troops.
Special to The astokiax.1
St. Petersburg, Nov. 17. It is
reported that a riot occurred last
week, fifteen miles from Moscow, and
that the troops shot and wounded
100 peasants and workmen for refus
ing to receive tho commands of the
newly appointed district officials.
A bursting boiler.
ITIcn Killed And Seven
Special to Tun Astoman.1
Beading, Pa., Nov. 17. At Merts
town this morning, a boiler exploded
and. the building was wrecked. Henry
Epler, Sassaman Hilbert and Charles
Oswald were instantly killed. Seven
others were badly wounded.
Lottie L.Derean, East Yiew, West -
cnester uo., ix. x ., writes :
"1 have been a great sufferer with
nains in the back of my head, worse
than any headache. 1 could not reach
it with internal medicines at all and
during the cold weather J have suffered
excruciatingly. I finallv thought 1
would try an aiacock's Plastek, ap
plied to the nape of my net-k. In less
than half a day the pain entirely
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TVliat aji Eastern Iffan Has To
Say About It.
Special to The Astoria:.-.!
"Washington, Nov. 17. Dr. Otis T.
Presbrey, editor of Public Opinion,
has just returned hero from a five
month's trip to tho Pacific coast
including Alaska. Speaking of the
future of that section of tho country,
"Of course the principal industry
is found in tho canning of salmon,
there being forty-seven establishments
for that purpose. It is estimated thai
their prodnct will make 1,000,000
cases of canned salmon, each case
containing forty-eight cans. There
are fish enongh to sufilec for centuries
if properly protected by the law.
"The immediate wants of that
country to-day are land laws, and pro
tection to tho fish industry. If the
present method of slaughtering
"jsalmori is kept up, in two or three
years this great industry will be de
stroyed and the loss will be deeply
felt by the country. Congress should
act at once for the better protection of
"As to the future of Alaska, the
country is not fitted to becomo densely
populated, but gold and other min
erals, fish product, timber and other
sources of wealth are to eventually
become immensely valnable to this
country. It is in the wonderful land
of America aud the magnet for all
tourists. The natives are docile and
tractable and are begiuning to be
J3IG OPIUIH SE5ZURE.
Capture Made by Customs Offi
cers In 'Frisco.
Special to Tiik astouiax.
San Francisco, Nov. 17. A seizure
of l,o00 worth of opium was made
to-day. "Word was received by Collec
tor Philps from Victoria that tho
opium in question had been forwarded
by rail from that place and would
come through AMls, Fargo & Co.'s
express. The collector immediately
consulted with Collector of Port
Kilbonrne, which resulted in tl2 cap
ture. PARTY OF DELUDED IMMIGRANTS
An Oily Toiipe d Swindler Brings
Brings Tliem from Mrasia.
TiEAli 3:HOKE Z.V rOHTLA2TD.
Speci..l by The UxixriD l'UEiS.l
Portland, Nov. 17. John Wilcox,
S.,"Wilson and S. Thorpe, representing
10G immigrants, from North Platte,
Neb., who arrived here on Friday last,
visited County Judge Moreland to ob
tain temporary relief.
Among the. number are many
women and children. Wilcox, tho
spokesman of tho trio, said that ono
D. P. Hargis, at North Platte, who
claimed to be a representative of John
E. Shingles, thero supposed to bo an
agent of the contracting firm in this
city of Kilpatrick Bros. & Collins,
alleged that ho would ship the emi
grants, horses, wagons and other
goods over tho Union Pacific at tho
rate of one-half cent per mile per ton
and on their arrival here they would
be employed at once to work out the
Mr. Wilco.c centinued: 'To our
surprise, upon arrival Mr. J. H.
Smith, agent for Kilpatrick Brothers
& Collins, iaformed us that Hargis
was unauthorized to enter into any
such agreement with us and that tho
rate would be double tho sum stipu
lated. All the immigrants are broke
and don't know which way to turn."
"W'SkEj HE RESIGN.
2x Adams Resigns Dillon "Will 3c
New York, Nov. 17. Kiernan's
News Agency sajs: "It is told on 'un
questionable authority' that Sydney
l)illou will be made president of the
Union Pacific upon tho resignation
of Charles Francis Adams. Dillon
and his friends control upwards of
SOOjGOO shares of the capital stock."
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