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VOL. XXXV, NO. 141.
ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER IJ, 1890.
I'RTCE FIVE CENTS
The Only Exclusive Clothing!
Tlu hou-e th.it is managed the best, ami transacts il business on the low
est 1-xih tw for the oluine of bu-ineH anmnliy transacted.
Tho lioiisv tint can, and does sell its goods on the smallest margin.
The house thai keeps the best assortment and has no shelf-worn Roods,
itssteckis always new and fresh as it is continually coming and going, like
the flow of the mighty Columbia, direct from its smine, to the body it snppJJe-?.
Above all, it is the house that treats every customer alike, and transacts
all its business on strictly business principles, in short it i? a business house
T F. lUUlILTOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Astoria, - - - Oregon.
Office, three doors cast Court J louse,
p J. CURTIS,
Attorney-xt-Law: Xotarr Pabllc
Commissioner of Deeds for Washington
Territory- Office in Flavel's new brick
betiding. Cor. Second and Cass streets.
TOK.V II. SMITH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
0ce oh Cass street, 2 doors back ol Odd
Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon.
r t. A. BOITIBY,
Attorney uad Counsellor at Law
Office on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon-
A R. KANACA,
ATTORNEY AT LaW.
0ce over White House Cor., Astoria, Or.
T U. MAASKLli,
REAL estate broker
Third Street, next to W. U. Telegraph Of
fice, Astoria, Or.
TTT W. PARKER,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
Conveyancer and Notary Public.
112 Benton Street, opposite the Postoffice.
Between Chenamus &Squemoque Sts.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OSe Flavel's new brick building, corner
Second and Cass streets : up stairs.
US. A. L. AXl J. A. Jb'UlTO.
Cass street, between 3rd and 4th.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
sad Ctutdren, by Dr. A, L. Fulton.
Special attention to Surgery, by l)r. J. A.
Oa3eebBrsfroml0tol2 A.M., and l to 4
nR. XI. IV. STRtCKLER,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND DRUGGIST
lsnpJc cases, charges only for medi
cine. Near Postoffice, Caenamus Street, Astoria,
JAY TUTTLE, M. P.
Fhyadsa, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
Office, Room 6, Fythlan Building.
OSce hours : lo to 12 and 2 to 5.
Residence, 633 Cedar Street.
rHYSICLAX AND SURGEON.
Special attention to Diseases ot Women
rncK: Opposite Telegraph Office, up
Stairs, Astoria, 'jrvgon.
TD K. XILL.KK. X. D.
Graduate ot Cleveland Homoeopathic Hos
pital College, and Post-Graduate of New
York City Polyclinic School of Medicine
First and Main streets, Portland.
DLcasef ef Wesca a Specialty.
TK. r. A. SEES,
Rooms 3 and 4, Flavel's new Brick Bulld-
w. t. Bcnxrr. t. t. BAEnr
J. W. DRATKE.
Barney, B&rin & Draper,
lOregon City, Oregon.
Twelve yews experience as Register of
tle CS. Land Office here, recommends us
ta ar specialty of Mining and all other bus
imtf fetiore the Land Office or the Courts.
4 tavolvint tbe practice in the General
Tiidsei, Lester & AiJbm,
Sirreyors and Architects.
Orno, Book 9, Flavel's Bld'g
P. 0. 3trs. E13. ASTOKLA, OR.
Ixdl TIlo City,
The House that Buys and
Sells the Best Goods, as to
C. P. Upshur,
Shipping and Commission Merchant
Main St. Wharf, AMoria. Oregon.
Barbour's Salmon Net Twines.
NEPTUNE Brand Salmon Twine.
WOODBERRY Cotton Lines and Twines
SEINES and NETTING
Of all Description Furnished at .
Effected in First Class Companies,
PH07.XIX, Hartford, Conn
HOilE, New York,
Agency Pacific Express and lYells. Fargo & Co.
,-o-T H E-o-
J. P. AUSTIN, Propr.
Ogen 111 tie Year 'Roni
THIS POPULAR HOTEL
Is new and clean and beautifully located
on the banks of the Necauictim, within live
minutes' walk of
The most pleasant Seaside IJcsort on tlie
Northwe.st PrfCiflt. Co st.
Every aitention is paid to the conifers am!
accommodation f the guest, and the table
is supplied with the er has in season.
Here are plenty of Clams and 'rab, there
is game in the woods and plenty of the
finest fish in the sti earns.
E- P. N00HAE & GO.
(Successors to 7
J". JE Hynos,
"Water Street, Astoiia, Oregou.
TELEPHONE NO. 7. - P. 0. BOX SOD
W. F. Scheibe,
Smokers' Articles in Stock.
TIIE TRADE SUrFLTED.
Special Brands Manufactured to Order.
Thompson & Ross
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. Bmacle Oil,
Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine,
Lard Oil, Wi ought Iron Spike-.,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Agricultural Implements, Sewing
Machines, Paints, Oils,
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
There Is no occasion for the most fastidi
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
San Francisco for
Custom Made Clothes
As they can pet Better Fits, Better Work
manship, and for less Money.
By Leaving their Orders with MEANY.
New Goods by Evory Steamer.
Call and see him and satisfy yourself.
P. J. Meftny. Merchant Tailor.
T. W. CASE
California Marine Ins. Co., S. F.
Columbia Fin aril Marine Ins. Co.,
Home Mutual insuiance Co , S. F.
Phoenix of London.
Imperial of London.
!. W Case,
Transacts a General Banking Eusiness-
Pr.ifUs drawn available in any pnto!ihe
U. S. :tnl Europe, and on ilong Rung, China
Ol'r Ii'K 1 lOUltS : 10 A. M. t0 3 l. 51.
oii Kki.uwh Building. Astoria. Oregon.
ISANK, BOSTON, IT1ASS.
Accounts of Hanks, Rankers and Corpora
OurfacihliciforCOLI.ECTIONS are excel
lent, and we re-discount for Ranks when
balances warrant it.
liottou is a Ite&erve Citv, and balances
widi tit from ltauks (nut located in other
UeM-Tve Ciiics) count as a re:erve.
We ilmw our own exchange on London
and the Continent, and make cable transfers
and place money by telegraph throughout
ll;e United Slates and Canada.
We have a market for prune, flrst-class
Investment Securities, and invito proposals
from States. Counties and Cities when is
Wo do a general Banking Business, and in-,
ASA P. POTTER, President,
JOS. W. WOKK, Cashier.
Astoria National Bank
IS NOV OPEN UOK
&ENERAL BAfflM BUSINESS
Accounts of Firms and Individuals Solic
ited on I'avorable Terms.
Interest paid on Time Deposits. Money
leaned on Personal and JSeal Estate bt-
Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought
C. T. Edcc, rresirtent.
J oil ii Jlob.son, Vice Pirs.
A. K. Edcc, Cashier.
C. S. Wright, j ircctcw-
THE PORTLAND SAYINGS BANK
or PORTLAND, OIIKUO.V.
P.udup capiuil ...
Suiplus aud prolits...
Interest allowed on savings depn-ils as
On ordinary savings books, i per ct nt per
On term savings books, G i er c ul per
On certificates of deposit :
For three months, 4 per cent p r annum.
For six months, 5 percent per annum.
For twelve months, c p-r cent per annum.
FICANK DKKUM. President.
1). P. THOMPSON, Vice President.
II. C. SlltATION, Cashier.
Coitcoiuty St., Foot of Jackson, Astoria. -r
f aclinists ml Boiler Maters.
Land and KSarino Engines
Steamboat Work and Cannefy Work
Castings of all Descriptions Made
to Order at Short Notice.
A. L. VOX.
J. G. Hustle u.
.....President, aud SuDt
.. ,.Vire President
..Sec. and Treas
WEST FIFTH AND WALL STS.
Astoria, - - Okegox.
Of all Descriptions
MADE 70 ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE.
FARM AND DAIRY RANCH TO LEI
Twenty to Thirty Choice Cows
30 to 50 Acres of Fine Meadow
A Farm of ICO acres, 4 to 5 acrf s of on-hard
In cslce fruits, complete farm buildings,
near Astoria. Convenient to sell milk in
the city. All farmtnc tools and dairy app.i
ances. One span fine Fann Horses nm!
Wai;on. Apply to thU office, or to a. IF.
Sale, on Uie premises, at Wood a i I' inn
Young's Elver, Or.
LIDDIGOAT & CEIBB.
flott & McUurtrieVi old M.unl Ii ie over 2A
plates and drawings of a'! Kln:.s:iinl Mvlf
of dwelling-houses, ranging from iduo in
Contractor a.id Stone fthson
AUiiuLsof Stono Work dor.clu a neat
and substantial niai.ner.
Adilress all Onier ir Corre--;onder.ce
Box 213, Astoria, Or.
A Pocket Cigar Case Fiee to Smokers of
Scow Bay Miry
The Sioux Indian scare ia subsiding.
The cruiser Maine was launched yes
terday. Smallpox is becoming epidemic in St,
Secretary Tracy wants two large tor
pedo cruisers built.
More brokerage firms in Now York
L. G. Graeff and Wilson Welch, brok
ers in Philadelphia, failed.
Governor Gordon "was elected United
States senator from Georgia.
Miss Gladys Pry, a prominent young
lady, was shot by s maniac in New York.
One of Dr. Koch's patients, supposed
to have been cured, has suffered a relapso.
It is rumored that Pamell will retiro
from public life and marry Mrs. O'Shea.
By the burning of a refinery building
nearHouma.La., two men lost their lives.
It is estimated that the wool crop in
New Mexico will foot up 15,000,000 pounds
A company has been formed in London
to build a ship canal from Brussels to tho
Tho authorities at Washington aro fig
uring on an increase of tho circulating
Harvey S. Brown, tho wcll-kuovm San )
A Sou Francisco court decided against
tho authorities in regard to tights in ath
At Thann, Alsace, a woman ent the' James Cable, from Kenton, a laborer,
throats of her five children and then com- 'were instantly killed and V. J. Cox
Tho steamship Premier, of the Cana
dian Pacific China line, is reported to
havo been sold.
Tho legislature of Wyoming is n dt-ad
lock on tho senatorial question; there aro j
lteports regarding the ieiill of tie;
fight between Fogarty and Choj ittski, i.t
Sydney, aro conflicting. I
Ti- i.ti.. r,:..,.;
juxiii ii xj;ub ucwui;x& bitu lauiiuii i
a church at Pistritz, six persons were
killed and sixteen injured.
A bad accident occurn d on a gravity
railroad at Lock Haven, Pa. Two men
were killed and five injured.
A building at Cleveland, O., in course
of construction, collapsed, killing two
men and injuring several others.
Additional Oeh'jtrph im Fmulh I'aic.
IT 18 THE IDE AIi UEDICTJTE.
It rouses the Liver and Kidneys and Stomach,
cures Headache. Dyspepsia, creates an Appe
tite, Purifies the Impure Blood, and
Makes Tho "vVeak Strong.
Successors to Wilson & Fisher.
HKYY AN".) SHELF
and Mill Feed.
:RKNKi:.l. ACKNSS t-OIt
S.U.K31 IMTEXT ROLLER MILLS.
Portluml Roller mills.
FAIRBANKS' SCALES, ETC.
Astoria, - Oregon.
LARSQH & HILLBACK
l.3) rttlII FKUITS.
Orders iicllvi-red Five or Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Tliird Mreet.
next t I'iuueer oQlce.
We are prepared to Supply our Patrons
and otheis with the best Fish Xetthur. In
Traps or Seines, our Ixing Experience War
rants, ior in. we invite eariy oruers.
GLOUCESTER NET & TWINE CO.
Boston Office, 04 Commercial 8t
John C. Dement.
Successor to W. E. Dement & Co.
Carries Complete Stocks of
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
rrcftcrlptleai CarefHlly CnpeHade6.
Mexican Salve and
. Korwegla n Pile Cur
DISASTERS OF A DAY
Acciient on a Gravity Roai In
A BIG BUILDING COLLAPSES.
Several Men Killed and Many Injured
- I'a al Fire oa a Louisiana
Sp rii b Thi: 1'xiTKlf i Itiiv
1..ck II.vvk, Pa, Nov. 18. Last
nili. a work train descemlii.tr 01. Iho
Feran-;. IunLtuin Gravity railroad,
broke fiom control and collided with a
locomolAO near the mountain foot,
causing a bad smashup. John Davis
and Henry Isinger were killed and five
others "were injured. All wero wood
THE CL'IX.DING COM.APSED.
Fatal Wreck oI:t IVexv Structure
i-.-l:i! 10 Iiik AsmidAN t
j. Nov ia.A Hpccjal
friin Lima, Ohio, says: A largo
buihliug m course ot conslruct:on at
the Po!:tr retincry col lapsed to-day, a
lnuulur of workmen wero buried in
the wreck. E. Surindel. a nmson.
! w hose Linno was iu Michigan, and
and JefTWimser, wero probably fatally
injured. .Nino others were hnrt, most
of them seriously.
The only way to account for the
accident is, that recent rains may
have uudermined tbo foundation.
A Fatal Fire.
Sp cial to TlIK ASTOUIAK.l
HouiTA, La.. Nov. 18. A sugar re
finery on the Poute Palms plantation
was burned this morning; loss S90.000.
Two men, Tom Herbert and Fred
Crooks, were seriously burned.
DR. KOCH'S CCIIE.
Ouc of tlic Physicians Patents
Takes a Set Back.
Special toTiiK A.srouiA I
BBBiiiK, Nov. 18. Dr. Kccli is
chagrined at the re appearance of
lupus in a patient who was reported to
have been enred by the use of new
Jymph. This, however, is only nn in
stance in which the treatmentseemRto
have been unsuccessful.
Na Choiec fur a. United States
Senator in Wyoming-.
S.iucialto Thk sroiti.x I
CnEYEN-xE,"vv'yo,"fov; 18. A third
ballot was taken by the legislature to
day for tho hccoud Untied States sen
ator. There was no resnlt, the votes
beiii;; ca-t for eleven dilToivnr candi
dates. Another Ship Canal.
Sjc-i I tuTiiK vsr uis.
Lomon", 2ov. 18.- A company has
j been found to construct n hip canal
to connect Urussels with the sea. The
project is an old one, but has hitherto
existed only in the realm of possibil
ities, this being the first lime that
capitalists havo indicate! their faith
in the profitableness of tho under
GOD'o BLESSING TO HUMANITY
So Says an Oregon I'ion.'er Ninetv
Fokkst Gkoyk. Or.. Mareh 1!). 1
have used the OREGON KIDN'KY
TEA and obtained Inuneiliate relief.
It is God's blessing to humanity. I take
pleasure iu recommending it to the
afflicted. 1 am now nearly ninety years
old, eame to Oregon in 1842 in the em
ploj of the Hudson's Hay Company,
and sMi"e 1 began using the OREGON
Kl !N3 TEA I rnjov good hea th.
DAVID M UN HUE.
For lame haek, side or chest, use
Shi Ioh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Magnus G. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL.
Iron Pipe and IFittlnps, Stoves. Tin
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Sheet Lead. Strip Lead, Sheet Iron.
Tin and Copper.
FOE DRESS 08 BUSINESS WEAR
AKE CHOICE GOODS
THE PATTERN, The Best,
TIIE PRICE, The Cheapest
TPt G-uarazLte e d
f-Sea also My Special Ten-Dollar
Pants, to Order. Address
534 Third. Street, Astoria, Or.
B. F. ALIEN & CO.
Wall Paper and Oil Paintings
: PBAOTICAL :
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS.
All Work Guaranteed.
Cor. Cass and Jefferson Sts.. Astoria,
A Silly Rumor That the Irish
Leader "Will Wed Mrs. O'Shea.
Special to The Astomax.1
London, Nov. 18. A rumor is cur
rent that Parnell will retire from ac
tive political life and marrv Mrs.
He ha3 promised to give continuous
advice to his successor in the leader
ship of the nationalist party.
It is an undeniable fact that the
virulence against Parnell displayed by
the tory papers, editorially, is causing
a reaction of public sentiment in his
A LAWYER'S DEBTS.
A Prominent 'Frisco Attorney
Fails For 8172,000.
Special toTiK AsToniAx.l
OakiiAXD, Nov. 18. Harvey Brown,
the rail road attorney filed a petition
of insolvency to day. Ho ovo3 $172,
000. The list of his creditors includes
tho estate of Charles Crocker, oE San
Francisco, Edison Adams, or Oakland,
attorneys W. H. L. Barnes and Chas.
rtlORE OF THE MEDIU-fl.
The Government Thinks more
Money Shonld Circulate.
Special to Tub Astokian'.
New York, Nov. 18. X tertian's
News Agency has a Washington
special, which says the administration
concedes that the circulating medium
is inadequate for tho present business
of tho country and is at work on some
plan to recommend to congress for re
lief. FEARED STARVATION.
A Woman Kills Her Five Chil
dren and. Suicides.
Special to The Astokia.j
Berlin, Nov. 18. In Thann,
Alsace, n woman fearing that she and
her family would starve, cut the
throats of her five children and then
MORE BROKERS' FIRMS SUSPEND
Tie Panic In fall Street Con
tinnes, But Quieter.
It IG DEALINGS IX GREAT STOCKS
Speci.il by The Unttkd Press.
New York, Nov. 18. Stocks opened
this morning quiet and irregular,
without excitement and with prices
well sustained. The general list
advanced in small fractions over the
opening, with Villard's in the lead.
North American Northern Pacific,
preferred, and St, Paul were the only
conspicuously active stocks, and trad
ing in Northern Paoifio preferred, wa3
remarkable for the transfer of some
Announcement was made of the
failure of P. H. Galludel & Co., stock
brokers. The liabilities are 81,000,000.
The firm assigned to 0. E. Miner
and the failure is caused by several
banks calling in their loans. The
assignee said the suspension was due
to general depression in values of
collaterals, which had gone so far that
when loans to the firm were called
they could not be met, although the
firm had what in ordinary times would
be amply sufficient to pay the bor
rowed money. The firm holds such
securities that if the market improves
it may be able to pay the indebtedness
and have a surplus left. Mr. Fitch of
the suspended firm said: "Of course
wo hope to resume business shortly,
our being able to do so, however,
depends largely upon the banks and
the trust companies. If they are len
ient with us we may come out all
right. If they press us, a termination
of our suspension is not so clearly
Stocks during tho forenoon were
irregnlar and unsettled both here and
in London as yesterday. There was
a great deal of arbitrago business
owing to a great difference in the
prices for tho same stocks in the two
markets. The scarcity of money in
this market, owing to the timidity of
the lenders is now tho most important
factor in the market.
Early thisaftemoon W. F. Owens
announced his suspension on the
stock exchange. He has no outstand
ing contracts on tho exchange.
A Grain Broker Fails.
Special toTns astokiax.i
PnniADELPmA, Nov. 18. Just be
fore the closing of tho commercial
exchange this afternoon, an announce
ment was made of the failure of L. G.
Graeff, a grain dealer and broker and
a member of the exchange.
Tho failure of Graeff caused the sus
pension of "Wilson Welch, who oper
ates a flour mill. The failure caused
"The Heavy Rain Over."
Special to Thb Astobian.
New York, Nov. 18. Vice-Chairman
McClure of the Stock Exchange
expressed confidence in tho outlook.
"The heavy rain is over," he said,
"and the people are justified in look
ing for some blue sky. The trouble
to come will be only showers."
A. scrap ef Paper Sarett Her Ufe
It was just an ordInary"scrap of wrap
ping paper, butlt saved her life. She
was in the last stages of consumption,
told by her physicians that she was in
curable and could live only a short time;
she weighed less than seventy pounds.
On a piece of wrapping paper she read
of Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a
sample bottle; it helped her. she bought
a large bottle, it helped her more, bought
another and grew better fast, continued
its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy,
plump, weighing 140 pounds. Forfuller
Earticnlars send stamp to W. II. Cole,
iruggist. Fort Smith. Trial bottles of
this wonderful Discovery Free at J. W
Conn's Drug store.
SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what
you need for Constipation, Loss of
Appetite, Dizziness, and all svmptoms
of Dispepsia, Price 10 and 75 cents
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consump
tion Cure is sold by us on a guarantee.
it cures consumption.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly cured by Shlloh's Cure. "We
UPRISING OF THE SIOUXS
Tie Inflians Terrorizirs t&e Settlers
In tie Mart.
A 00NPLI0T IS EXPECTED.
Armed Citizens Patrol the Streets of
Mandan Eeports From Other
Special by The United Tkess 1
MrrarcAroias, Nov. 18. A ATandau,
N. Dak., special to tho Tribune says:
Every houso in town is full to over
flowing with refngees from the coun
try districts. Intense excitement pre
vails in the country, and settlers are
prepared to believe anything about
tho Indians because of their queer ac
Several families came in to-day on
foot from a distance of twenty mile3
and over, being tbo poor to own
wagons. In town somewhat less of a
tension exists, owing to the receipt of
3,000 guns to-day from the state gov
ernment and tho fact that a company
of soldiers will be here to-morrow
morning from FortTotten.
To-night there aro 200 Indians in
town, armed, but tho citizens aro also
armed, and patrols will bo out, and
the people will sleep 'with their
A date will be fixed by a committee
of citizens and the Indian agents will
be notified that after that date any
Indians found m this county without
a pass from tho general agent will be
killed on sight.
The population is thoroughly
aroused and although conservative
men aro doing their best to quiet the
angry population there is every reason
to believe that unless the government
takes immediate steps to increase the
force of soldiers hero and at Fort
Lincoln every Indian coming into the
county will be killed. Nearly 100
settlers arrived here on the train to
night from the west end of the county
going to Bismarck for safety.
At Glenuilen, forty miles west of
here, the citizens turned out en-masse,
throwing up irregular breast works by
moonlight, largo enough to get into
for protection. A supply of rifles has
been sent to each settlement in the
Telegrams are coming in constantly
for supplies and ammunition.
A telegram received by your cor
respondent to-night from New Salem
said that 150 Indians are camped
south of that point and the people are
clamoring for guns and powder. A
number of determined men, bent on
driving out of town, the Indians
camped here, have deferred action
until morning, on the Indians prom
ising to be peaceable, but the first
thing in the morning they will be
moved off promptly.
"While your correspondent is writ
ing this a band of redskins aro having
a "grass dance" and making the night
hideous with their shrieks which can
be heard for miles. "While the excite
ment in town is subsiding, becanse of
the presence of plenty of gnns, the
agitation in the country is worse than
ever. This is caused largely by the
insolent and menacing attitude of
roving bands of Indians traveling
through the country.
Coadrok, Neb., Nov. 18. It is re
ported hero that the Indians at the
Pine Eidge agency have gotxen en
tirely beyond control of tho agent
there and already have begun depre
dations in tho way of stealing cattle
and other property. "
Mandan, N. D., Nov. 18. An easier
feeling prevailed this morning because
of a receipt of arms and ammunition.
Six mounted friendly Sioux were scut
to patrol the borders of the reserva
tion. Settlers aro still coming in from
all directions and tho gravest fears
are entertained for the safety of the
settlers in tho southern part of the
St. Pato, Nov. 18. General linger
and Lieutenant "Woodruff, of the de
partment of Dakota, returned this
moraine from a ten days trip to two
of the largest Indian reservations in
Lieutenant "Woodruff says no imme
diate trouble is anticipated and that
the visit of General Knger had much
to do to quiet the excitement of the
"When asked about tho reported
danger at Mandan, Lieutenant Wood
ruff said that tho city was in no more
danger from tho Indians than usual.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 18. Troops
from Omaha, Fort Eorison, Fort Nio
brara and a pack train from Fort Rus
sell, "Wyo., have been ordered out to
hold the Indians in check at .Pine
Ridge and Rosebud agencies on the
Dakota frontier. They were all in
This is what you ought to have, in
fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy
life, Thousands are searching for it
dailv, 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 Liver, Stomach and
Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and S1.00 per bot
tle by J. "W. Conn, Druggist.
Queen Victoria has invited the
whole royal family, down to her latest
grandchild, to spend Chrislmas with
her at "Windsor.
Rheumatism Can Kc Cured.
nu.mntirni Iioq ImfHfvl t.lin jtT 1 nf
our best physicians, and to-day more
men, women anunnaren are suueriuj;
from this terrible disease than ever be
fore. The opinion seems universal
thot it ?c incurable, but this Is a mis
taken idea. Rheumatism can be per-j
manentlv cured by the -use or Uibharci;s
Rheumatic Syrup and Plasters. or
sale by J. W. Conn.
CATARRH CURED, health and
sweet breath secured, by Shlloh's
Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents.
Nasal injector free.
Hindi Mixed Reports in Regard
To tlie Fijrlit.
Special to Tire Astouiax.
Sax Francisco. Nov. IS. Ttnmnrs
concerning the Choyinski Fogarty
fight in Sidnev. havo been nfA nil rlnv
long. At one time it was said that
Joe had won in eight rounds and a
later rumor stated that Fogarty had
knocked the Californian nnt. in Imlf ji
round. Up to this evening no authen
tic news naci been received.
THE CRUISES '7HIAINE."
Iflonster Armored Vessel
Special to The Astoktax.
New Yoke. Nov. 18. Fines and
bunting made the navy-yard very
bright to-day. All the cruisers were
in Inll dress and tho okl-fashionwi
place had a holiday appearance. The
occasion was the launchmrr of the
great armored cruiser Maine.
Secretary Tracy Wants Tjvo
iiarc Ones Built.
Special to Thk AsTORfAx.l
"Washington, Nov. IS. Secretarv
Tracy has in contemplation the build
ing of torpedo cruisers, one of 750
tons displacement, and one of 1,200
tons displacement. The plans will be
drawn during the next few months
and congress will bo asked to make
an appropriation for the cruisers.
T33E FIfillTERS WIN.
San Francisco te Paradise for
Special to Tun astoiciax.i
"Washington, Nov. 18. The ques
tion of the right of athletic clubs to
hold exhibitions was virtually settled
this afternoon by the acquittal of Sid
ney Huntington, who was arrested last
September for participating in a fight
at the California Athletic Club.
A FIERCE FIGHT fit A CHURCH.
Six Persons Killed Ana a Unite
irXltlUXG FACTIOUS THE CAUSE.
Special by Tun Usih.d I'kksM
Vienna, Nov. 18. A fight occurred
on Sunday atBistrilz, in Transylvania,
between two factions of one of the
The Saxon membera opposed the
newly appointed Roumanian pastor.
The minister attempted lo enter the
church, but was prevented by the
Saxons. The supporters of the pastor
came to his aid and tried to force-their
way into the church. A desperate
conflict ensued, and six persons were
killed and sixteen wounded.
Special to Tqk Astokiax.1
San Francisco, Nov. 18. Arrived.
Steamer Walla Walla from Vic
toria; ship llieliard the Third from
Cleared. Steamer Oregon for As
toria. Sailed. Bark JJundaleer for
A Steamship Sold.
Special to Thk Astoiu.vx.1
Tacoma, Nov. 18. Information from
an authentic source says: The Cana
dian Pacific steamer Premier has
been sold to the P. S. & A. S. S. Co.,
by John Irving, the agent at Victoria.
Wool Crop En Mew Mexico.
Special to Tub AsroniAx.l
AToBrQUEKQUE, N. M., Nov. 18.
Tho wool season i3 over in New
Mexico and local dealers estimate that
the entire crop ot the territory will
foot up to 15,000,000 pounds.
Elected Vuited States Senator.
Special to Tur: astouiax
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 18. Governor
Gordon was elected United States
Senator io-dav on the first ballot.
There are martyrs and martyrs. Some
were wise iu tho loftiest some are silly in
the niobt Improvident sense. The word im
I rovulent exactly api lies to the latter class,
since they ii-glect to provide against threat
ened danger. Ve commiserate, but we can
not respeet the-n. Among the silliest arc
martyrs lo rheumatism, who might have
prevented daily and Lightly recurring tor
ture by the ean v use i f llobtetter's Stomach
Bitter, ii blood depurent more efficient in
renriviiig the vims of this complaint from
the circulation than any thus far brought to
the nol ice ef the general communitv and the
medical profession. Jt promotes greater
activity ot tho kidneys, the channel through
which blood impurities, productive of rheu
matism, gout anil dropsy, aic princlially
expelled, and it impart- a degree of vigor to
digestion and assimilation which has a most
favorable bearins on the general health. It
alo remedies biliousness", kiduey troubles
An investigator figures that the
people of tho United States consume
200,000,000 bottles of pickles annually.
Now is tlie time to test the best Ca
tarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma and Jtheu
matic Cure in the City of Astoria.
Fifty packages of LeKoy's West India
Catarrh Cure, the regular price of
which is 3.00, can be had from .1.
V. Conn, the druggist, at S1.00 per
package, thereby saving 4.00. This is
a preparation warranted to cure. Call
and get a package, as they go fast.
Remember the place Conn's, oppo
site the Occident Hotel. S. Brown &
Co., I'roprietors. Los Angeles, Cal.
P. O. Box 802. Blumaur-Franfc Drug
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