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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1893.
The Daily Astorian.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Bt i vcd by Carrier, per week. . . . 15 cU
Pent by Mall, per month 60 cte
Sent by Mail, per year "
Sent by Mali, per year, $2.00 In advance,
Postage tree to subscribers.
The Astorian guarantees to its ad
vertisers the largest circulation ot any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Adertlslng rates can be obtained on
application to the business manager.
This paper Is in possession of all the
telegraph franchises, and is the only
paper on the lower Columbia that pub
llphes genuine dispatches.
The Daily Astortan's circulation Is
Ave times as great as that of the com
bined circulation of the other daily pa
pers of Astoria.
The Weekly Astorian, the third oldest
weekly in the Btate of Oregon, has,
next to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation in the state.
Subscribers to The Astorian are re
quested to notify this office, withou;
loss of time, immediately they fall 1
receive their dally paper, or when th"
do not get it at the usual hour, iiy
doing this they will enable the nian
ogcinent to place the blame on tho
proper parties, and to ensure a speedy
Ilandley & Haas are our Portland
agents and copies of The Astorian can
be had every morning at their stand on
Portland, Oct. 20. For Oregon and
Washington, fair weather, slight tem
Local weather for the twenty-four
lours ending at 5 p. m., yesterday,
furnlrfhed by the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, 62 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 47 degrees.
Total precipitation from July 1st, 1803
to date, 3.313 Inches.
Excess of precipitation from July 1st,
Jf.93, to date, 2.83 inches.
TWO KINDS OF GIVING.
We ore indeed glad to know that
during the last few days Astorians
l'ave been opening their hearts and giv
ing of their bounty food and money
to aid their less fortunate neighbors.
But there is one thing wa, desire to
caution them against, and that Is in
discriminate giving. People should not
give relief as a matter of course to
those who apply for It at their doors.
There Is a well organized society hi
this city, of whose good work we have
before spoken in thes.: columns, whose
representatives look Into the case of
every applicant before . bestowing re
lief. Give whatever you have to give
to them, and by thl means you will
block the undeserving from getting
help, and leave the more for the poor
who really are deserving of your as
sistance. The coming winter will be a
hard one for a largo class who nre
out of, employment, and every dollar
that it is possible to secure will be
needed to prevent absolute suffering.
The methods that are being pursued
by the ladles of the W. C. T. U., If
more generally and generously support
ed, would put an end to professional
begging, and there would then be a
greater amount of assistance available
to worthy applicants. Under other sys
tems, deserving persons who have hes
itated to make their wants known have
been ignored in the distribution, and
brazim, loud-mouthed Imposters have
been surfeited. The W. C. T. U. Is
looking carefully Into the merits of
every application for aid, and, after
all, this is the only intelligent method
of relief. It Is unsectarian, efllcieiu,
and deserves ihe hearty support of
every generous and broad minded cltl
ten of Astoria,
RORK IN A NEW ROLE.
Tho Evening Tclegtam is splendidly
Vindicated. On its editorial page it
prints a communication from M. V.
Rork, who signs himself "state lecturer
of the F. A. and I. IT." He howls as
As slate lecturer of the Oregon F, A.
and I. II., I am In constant contact
with crowds of tho "business nun"
who produce tho wealth of the state,
and I firmly believe nine-tenths of
them stand for free silver, and these
same business men believe they have
some rights as well as the 24.000 "bus
iness men" who purposely caused our
calamity by enacting class laws by
which they have alivady gobbled up
over half the country, nnd now seek
to complete our ruin by currying out
this last and most diabolical part of
their financial scheme. May the ml
noilty save us from the conspiracy of
president, congressmen, and howling
buslnossmen, who erstwhile called us
fools because we got onto their tricks.
The people are with you."
It will be noticed that tho well-spring
of Idiocy in the Telegram and Rork Is
the same. They have got It Into tholr
heads that every man who owns
dollar Is a thief and scoundrel, and
that every yawping pauper who won't
work, who won't wash, and who be
lieves himself sinned against, is one of
God's chosen people.
This Rork. who labors with his
mouth, aa being the easiest way to
rmw rich and fat. gave Astoria a
taste of his doctrine a few weens ago.
He certainly has a convincing way
about him. He convinced everybody
that listened to his oratory that he
was a very shallow, ordinary ass.
Methods for arriving at peaceful so
lutions of the controversies of nations
continue to attract the imagination of
irany and the earnest efforts of a few,
An International peace league is to be
held at Tho Hague next year, and the
central committee of the league has
teen in session this week arranging
a program for next year's meeting.
This committee decided at a session
tUs week to request Mr. Gladstone to
introduce and bring under discussion
In parliament a bill pledging the Brit
ish govcmment to favor the establish
ment of a permanent court for the ar
bitration of International disputes. At
the mesting of the league next year
the most Important discussion will con
cern the formation of a permanent dip
lcmatlc bureau, charged with the du
ties of obviating! friction, among the
rations, and inducing governments to
resort to arbitration instead of war,
The establishment of an international
court of arbitration such as that sug
gested for the consideration of Mr.
Gladstone will be considered, and an
appeal will be issued to the press of
the world begging it to abstain from
all polemics likely to excite interna
tional animosity. It is doubtless true
that the world has not yet reuched
that Btage of evolution nt which the
establishment of a permanent court
of arbitration with sufficient senction
to compel the assent of belligerent na
tions is possible, but every movement
and every influence tending in the de
sired direction Is to be welcomed.
Altgeld, the wmrcijlst governor of
Illinois, seems unable to restrain him
self, so great Is his sypathy with all
sorts and conditions of scoundrels). In
seven months he has timed loose
ninety-five convicts, sixty-three by par
don and thirty-two by commutation,
ar.d the classification Is:
Murderers and manklllers 40
Robbers , G
Assault with Intent to kill 2
Horse thief 1
Miscellaneous crimes 6
Altgeld's total for seven months.. 95
Twelve of the convicts were under
life sentence, and eighteen were sen
tenced for twenty-five years. In thli
tcen cases former governors hnd re
fused to Interfere. In Illinois, as the
great fair closes, the people have be
fore tham the question whether this
monkeying with the penitentiary Is to
be approved by the popular vote. TnA
thera should be some legal process of
putting the governor In the peniten
tiary Booms eloar.
Who snld anything about Pennoyer?
All that the anarchist financlors In
consfress know about money Is Illus
trated In their acci'satlon that Secre
tary Carllslo Is working up n panic by
Pllowlng the gold reserve to decrease.
The loss has been this last week near
ly a million a day. The anarchial Idea
if finance Is that the men who are
engaged in handling money know noth
ing about It; and that tf we seek wis
dom In finance we must go to the people
who are far from the money centers,
and know nothing of the science or
art, or the history or usage of money.
The Statesman has a dally outburst
en tho subject of the Astoria railroad
propositions. We would respectfully
remind that paper that Astoria today
Is as big and as progressive aa Salem,
and that she has just as large ft pop
ulation. Moreover, Soiem has railroad
connections and Astoria has not. What
then will bo the relative positions of
Oregon's capital and Oregon's seaport
when to the latter's present prosperity
Is added the advantages of railroads?
Let the Statesman think It out n
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STANDS WITHOUT A RIVAL.
Gentlemen:-! have been troubled
w;th very severe headaches for years,
and have taken a great many different
remedies, but have never found any
thing to give me as speedy and perma
nent cure as Kntuse's Headache Cap
sules. In my opinion they stand with
out a rival; they have cured me in
t ery case. JNO. N. WILKIE,
S Adnms ave., West, Detroit, Mich.
For sale by Chas. Rogers, sole agent,
Notice Is hereby itiven that the An
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Fishermen's Packing Coirpany will be
held at the office of the company, at
Alderbrook, Astoria, Or., on Monday,
October Soth, lsstS, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
for the purpose -of electing a board of
directors for the ensuing year, and
transacting such other business as may
me before the meeting.
Py order of the president.
Q. A. NELSON, Secretary.
Astoria, Or., Bept. 9th. 1S93.
This week trains to Seaside will run
nnlv An TliMilnv Thilr,liiv ftn.l Cnl-
I unlay, leaving Seaside In the morning
i and returning In the evening.
THE FATHER OF MANY ILLS.
Constipation leads to a multitude of
physical troubles. It is generally the
result of carelessness or indifference to
the f-lniplest rule of health. Eugene
McKay, of Erantford, Ont., writes:
"I had for several years been a suf
ferer from constipation, had taken a
great many dlft'edent remedies, some
of which did me good for a time, but
only for a time, then my trouble came
back worse than ever. I was Induced
by a friends, whom Brandredth's Pills
had benefitted, to try them. Took two
each night for a week, then one every
night for about six weeks. Since that
time I have not experienced the slight
est difficulty whatever, and my bowels
move regularly every day. I believe
f rmly that for sluggishness of the
bowi'U and b.'liousness Brandreth's
Pills are far superior to any other.
A SAFFRON COLORED INDEX.
Of the condition of a bilious stomach
and sluggglsh liver is the human coun
tenance. Not only the skin, but the
eyeballs, are tinged with the yellow
hue when the bile-gets into the blood.
liesdlcs this, sick headache ensues, the
tongue becomes furred, pains are felt
in the liver and through the right
shoulder blade, and dizziness is exper
ienced upon rising from a sitting or
recumbent posture by the bilious Indi
vidual. For these and other indication
of biliousness, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters is the sovereign remedy. It Is also
efficacious in chills and fever, dumb
ague, ague cake, inactivity of the kid
neys, and bladder, rheumatism and
nervousness. It stimulates, restores di
gestion, and sleep, and tends greatly
to mitigate tho infirmities of age.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve In the world foi cuts,
bruises, sores, plcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures plies, or no pay required. It
!s guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents
Per box. For sale by Chas. Rogers, stv
lessor to J. C. Dement.
TOO OFTENJTHE CASE.
A young society lady, after a round of
guyety, becomes suddenly conscious of an uu
uiii.il sensation. She lias frequent attacks of
dizziness, her bach aches, and she feels blue and
generally run down.
Mothers, look well to your daughters I
Daughters, look well to yourselves I
Let tlio first symptom denoting the ap
proach of disease receive your instant atten
tion. Healthy women are the hope of the
rnce, and it is well-nigh criminal to neglect
anything which promises relief.
There is hope for all sufferers from Nervous
Dimities. Head what follows:
Mrs. Jennie C. Davis, a fine artist and an
accomplished authoress, of Westfield, Wis.,
had been subject to headache ever since she
could remember. So severe were her at
t icks as to cause at times temporary delirium.
All treatment had failed to relieve her, but
after using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine
s' o writes: "My record is to me, at least,
s.nisfiictory. No headache, constantly in
creasing appetite, and a consequent gain in
weight of two and a half pounds in just one
Six weeks later she writes: "Ilavo read
and tencd immoderately of late, but my
headaches do not return."
Mrs. John R. Miller.of Valparaiso, Ind,
was attacked three years sgo with turn of life
in its wcrst form. It fiually went to her
head, and all indications were that it would
result cither in insanity or softening of the
hinin. Her husband thus writes; "It would
bo impossible for me to allempla description
of Iter sufferings during all this time. She
was treated by our very best local physicians,
with but temporary benefit. She has takei.
four bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and is cured. She "has gained
twenty pounds in weight. I tell you, she
often blesses you for what you have done for
Recollect that for the cure of all Ner
vous Diseases there is no remedy which an
proaelies Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. It is
free from dangerous drugs and opiates. Sold
by all druggists, on a positive guarautee, or
Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart, Ind.
I had for dinner
was the best I ever ate.
Thank to COTTOLENE, the
now and successful shortening
REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES.
Genuine made only by
N. K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NCW YORK, BOSTON.
mm hoi it
In malm femur of rtln children. y ooIt ran
dy lor Oouiht, Colda nl Croup wi oulon tr Pop. I
ljuMMt?ttvto-1ii7 n It u U, )n uo,
How my rrnd,'hll(lro tnke Dr. Ouun'. Onion Syrup
whloll im already prepared and tnorr r.ljwnt to the
J-5'-. Sold iwrrwlw Lrc boul.. 60 ent.
u Bo wibatlluto for it. Thtry'l boUuu m coal,
Tor salo fcy J. "W. Conn, Urngsist.
I am seventy-svin years old.
ny age renewea
year i by the use
pucific. M y foot
y Knee was a
running iora for two years, and physicians said
11 could not be cured. After taking fiftrea small
hollies S. H. S. there is not a sore on my limbs, and 1
have a new ienso on WEJflBf (ft I CPfl
iKo. vo-touchtto i Emilia UB.U
let all surTcrers know 1
of your wondciful remedy. Ira F. Btilrs,
Palmer, Kansas City.
i&vZpXfZa IS A WONDERFUL
f-V'V i'fl KF.MEDY-especially for
, Ju-Jt) J. 1. ou people, it duiiqs up
.eS.i.Tjv&i,! tlio general health, lreat-
lso on n.e uluod uiaiuid fice.
SWIFT SPCIFIC COMPANY,
II. A. SMITH
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over C. H. Cooper's store.
W. C. LOO AN, D. D. S.,
Mansell Block, 673 Third street.
J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S.
Flavel building, opposite Occident.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 3, 4, 5, and 6, Odd Fellows'
Building, Astoria, Oregon.
W. M. LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofllcev Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build
ing. SILAS B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. ,
OITlce in navel's brick building.
FRANK J. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, '
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Second Street, Astoria, Or.
DR. W. C. BELT,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over store of J. B. Wyatt, Sec
ond street near Genevieve.
DRS. A. L. AND J. A. FULTON,
DISEASES OF WOMEN A
Surgery by Dr. J. A. Fulton. .
Office 178 Cass street. Hours, 10 to
12, and 1 to 4.
DR. ELIV JANSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, Room 7, over Osgood's Cloth
ing store, hours, 10 to 12 m., 7 to 8
p. m. Sunday, 10 to 11 a. m.
DR. O. B. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgery.
Office over Danzlger's store, Astoria.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Na
tional Bank. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
6. Residence, 639, Cedar street.
DR. WALTER I .HOWARD,
Office, 454 Third street. Hours, 10 to
12 and 2 to 4, Sunday, 1 to 2. Resi
dence, 468 Third Btreet.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN
357 Second Street, Astoria.
Houso moving and street planking.
Screws and blocks for rent. Call on
or address 2037 Pine Btreet.
ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and
Office, with General Messenger Co.,
615 Siiuemoque Btreet.
J. H. MANSELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Notary Public. Fire and accident in
surance. W. W. PARKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Or.
ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK
GENERAL BAKKIHC BUSINESS.
Account of Firms aud Individuals solicited
ou Favorable Terms.
Foreicu audUomostio Exchauge bought an1
Money Loaned on Personal security.
Interest paid ou Time Deposits as follow):
For S months, i per cent per annum.
" " h " "
12 " 0 " " "
A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Having been established In connection with
the above. Jepolu will be received In amouut
Of one dollar and upward.
Interest will be allowed as follows : On ordi
nary savings books, 4 per cent per annum ; on
term aavlugsbooks, per cent per annum.
t. I. Wimi, President.
1. G. Hltttu. Cashier.
J.C. Duma!, Vie President,
D. K. Witim,
7B3r3 I. in seventy-!
if and luve h;id n
N at least twenty y
N of Swift's .Six
if anrf let tn ml
H. C. TkHM,
Ripans Tabules act gently
but promptly upon the liver,
stomach ana intestines; cure
habitual constipation, dispel
colds, headaches and fevers.
One tabule taken at the first
symptom of indigestion, billi
ousness, dizziness, distress
after eating, or depression of
spirits, will remove the whole
difficulty in a few minutes.
. Ripans Tabules are com
pounded from a prescription
widely endorsed by the high
est medical authorities and are
presented in a form that is be
coming the fashion with phy
sicians and patients every
where. On Box (Six VUIs) Seventy-five Cents.
One Package (Four Boxes) Two Dollars.
Ripans Tabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
.For free sample addrett
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
Merchant Steamship Co.'s
Line, Connecting with
Canadian Paolfle ami Great N--Unru
Hallway anil China Steamship Tj'.ni
Taking freight and passengers for Vancouver
aud Victoria 11. C. and Seattle, Xacoma aud ail
Leaving Astoria every 10 days.
For particulars apply at the offlco Astoria
Abstract T, & T. Co.
FEllOUSON BBOS., Agents.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Leaves Astoria Every evening except Sun
day at 7 p.m.
Arrives at Astoria Every day except Sunday
at 2 p. m.
Leaves Portland Every nay except Sunday
at 7 a. m. 0. W. STONE, Agent, Astoria.
E. A. 8EBI.IY, General Agent, Portland Or.
HUGHES & CO.,
Wholesale and Hetall
LIQUOR DEA LERS.
Importers of All llrands of Foreign and Domes
tic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
J. H. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Vai Blati
Bottled Beor. Finest brands of Hey West and
Liquors for Medlolnal Purposes.
Family Trade Solicited. All orders from the
City aua Country pronriiy filled.
SquemoqueHtrcet, Astoria. Oregon
THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Acts as trustee for corporations and Individ
uals. Deposits solicited
Interest will be allowed on savings deposits
On ordinary savings dtoxb per ceu. nei
On term savings bookj 6 per cent, per annum
On certificates of deposit:
For threo montns, 4 per cent, per annum.
For six months, 6 per cent, per annum.
For twelve months, 6 per cent, per annum.
I W. CASE (...President
J. Q. A. BOWLBY Vice-President
FRANK PATTON Cashier
W. E. DliMENT Secretary
I. W. Case, J. a. A, Bowlby, Oust lloimes,
C. H. Page, neu. ioudk, a. d. neu.
The Store of John G. Niemi
Has been purchased by
Who are going to close out the stock,
lutendlng purchasers will do well to call
and examine gooJS aud prices before
purchasing elsewhere. They also have
a goofl watchmaker to do repairing.
H. B. PAEKER
Lime. Brick, Sand, Fire Brick. Fire Clay,
Cement, Mill Feed, Hats. Hay. Utraw
11T.....I lluliuur..! tn flritnl.
Draying, Teaminjt and Biprefwi Busimsa.
G. A. STINSOK & CO..
. . . . n i- nwauetiAaMncr. Wait.
ons made and repaired. Cio-xi work pmrMttrt
on rou trt. oDDusite loe 1 i.tm Ta!K oi.ice
FREEMAN & BREMNER,
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc.
Logging Camp Work a Specialty.
197 Olney street, between Third aud
Fourth, Astoria. Or. .
Hoary and Bbalf
Carry lu wk
Wagons and Vehicles,
Farm Machinery, Paints, ills,. Varnishes.
Locverft bunpiies, miiuiui vw,-,
FLOUR wd MILL FFED.
MILWAUKEE & ST PAUL
CONNECTING WITH ALL TRANSCONTI
Elcctrio Lighted Cars
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO
OMAHA and CHICAGO.
The EXPRESS) TKA1NH consist ot VE8TI
BULED, SLEEPING, DINING AND
HEATED BY STEAM
And lurnished with every luzur known '
modern railway travel.
For Speed, Comfort and Safety
this Line is Unequaled
Tickets on sale at all prominent railn
For further information inquire of any tick
C. J.EDDY, General Agt.
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass). Asft.
QUICK TIME TO
ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA,
Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the
Southern Pacific Comp'y
Tat Orlj Route Through California to a
Pouti East and South
Tho Scenic Ronfo of tho Pacific Coast.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
SICOND-CLAS9 BLEEPING CAMS
Attached to eipress trains, atfoiJinfr tnptnoi
accommodations fur secund-ciaas passenger.
For raws, tickets. Bleeping ear reservations:
rtrx, call upon or address K. t. KOGER3. Assist
snt General Prc.Iit a&d rw..Kr Aseut.Port.