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VOL. XL, NO. 27G.
ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY ?,!0RXL;, DECEMBER 2, 1893.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS,
; f Undershirt.
HESE Undershirts arr meet
ing witli nire and mtfre favor
every year with my ryle that
wants a chest protector "nat will
be equal to any, andbe washed
every time that the garment is
changed, and also one that protects
the back as well as the front.
To go with the chest-shield
shirt is House's Douhlk-Seated
Drawers, which are made high on
the back as kidney protectors, and
both garments are made up as a
JIygiknic Unhkhwhar by the Lu
zerne Knitting Mill?, from whom
I have the sole agency in this city.
I. Iv. OSGOOD,
The One Price
' ter and Furnisher,
Cor. Third and West 9th Sts., opfSTrfoard & Stokes,
If You Want Anything in.
Tablets, Blanks, Miscellaneous Books,
Office Supplies, Letter Presses,
School Books, Typewriting Supplies, Inks, Mucilage Etc.,vCall on us
CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE.
Fine Wines and Mqtiors.
I have made arrangements for supplying any brand of wines
in quantities to suit at the lowest cash figures. The trade
and families supplied.' All orders delivered free in Astoria.
fl. W. UTZItfGEl?,
Str. R. P.
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Iflill Leave for Tillamook Every four Cays as Follows:
November 3, 7, II,
The steamer R. P. Elmore connects with
through tickets are issued from Portland to Tillamook Bay points
by the Union Pacific Company. Ship freight
by Union Pacific Steamers.
ELHORE, SANBORN & CO., - Agents, Astoria.
UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO., Agents, Portland.
FOR Afl $80 LOTI
BY BECOMING A
YOU CAN GET A FIRST CLASS
TO ASTORIA. LOTS WILL BE DELIVERED WEEKLY.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PROCURE A
Ilot to Build a Home fr
The Packers of Choice
Columbia River Salmon
Their Hranda and Locations.
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JVIain Street, Astoria, Oregon.
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15, 19, 33, 37.
Union Pacific steamers for Portland and
MEMBER OF HILL'S LOT CLUBS
LOT IN HILL'S FIRST ADDITION
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; (Astoria Pk'gl'o. ' .
. -1 Kinner's H. J. hinney Astoria
; (.Julio A. DeYlin-
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Cocktail .... Cutting Tks Co.- F(in jvaw-Hco
I Micrnolia Elmore, Sanborn i.toVia .
I White Star & Co.... A,lr'a
I Ei inire Palm. Georj;e & Barker Astoria ......
. J.O.Hanthorn&Co J. O. Ranlliorn Astoria
.j tag, St. George... J. O. Megler..... Biookfield Wn
Ocai:(iiiiavinu I' t 1 '
A'Nnmbcr of Walking Dele
THEY BREW SOME TROUBLE
Two of the Lnzy Fraternity Weiv
Shot and Several Others
Aemnrtrl tf 1 t!-.,-V. ... ... ,.i
f outhward-bound hobos stopped in A:;!s'
land last night. A Bang- of nhnul If n
rr a dozen of thfm were Intoxicaled an )
up to misehlof. They loiuiRed aboiii
Roberts & Fewell's saloon near 'llir de
pot until the Inirkeeper ejected Utvu..
It was after midnlelit when lliey
returned and began breaking the win
down and storming the buildings, r.ar-
tpnilon lt(ilil't wna I'nn.lir f, limit,
and when they refused to heed lirV'
warning' to desist, shot at them with' a
revolver. One man was bit in the ab
domen and fell, but got up again and
was not seen afterwards. Another was
shot In the arm, but only slightly
wounded. The latter, with three otheVr
of the gang, was arrested and kept in
jail last night, but turned loose again
this morning. The constable also fired
upon a gang that invaded his cellar,
but no one was hurt. Another crew' of
sixty or seventy were arrestod on ,a
freight tonight, but are n more cnU.
ly set. The chain gang was abolish -d
in Ashland some time ago, but will
probablybe re-established shortly
meet present emergencies. '
The Ways and Means Committee, Win V
1,1 ,r it.,,-,i I
wusuitigion, iec. i. me nieeuiiil "4
the ways and means committee v.m
brief. The estimates to bo submitted
shovvlng the. prubabK tliffuivtiue la 1 av
enue that would result from I lie new
bill are not complete, and the commiit .'e
adjourned till JUondny to give Clerk
Talbett and assistants further time for
the labor of estimating the revenue to
be derived under the new tariff. The
bill has progressed far enough to war
rant the statement that on tlu basis
of the Imports of 1S92, the loss of rev
enue resulting from the enactment of
the new bill would b about CO,O0i.UM
per annum. It is the conclusion of
Chairman Wilson and his democratic
associates that importations will be no
stimulated under the new V1'! that I la
loss of revenue will not be over $35,000,-
000. Mr. Tarsney, of the ways and
means committee, still clings to the be
lief that the deficit cannot be supplied
without extending the income tax Uj
individuals. Senator Dolph, of Oregon,
announces that when the new revenue
bill comes up for consideration he will
present an historical address for the
purpose of proving that the United
States never had any prosperity except
when there waa a protective tariff, and
that from the colonial days free track
has meant debased labor. Representa
tive Holjnan favors the Income tax as a
Just and equitable mode of raising a
THE CARL1N PARTY".
Their Safe Arrival at ICendrick, Idaho,
Kendrlek, Idaho, Dee. 1 The Carlm
party, which was suposed to have
been lost in the riitter Root, mountains,
arrived here safely with the ex.-eption
of George Colgate, the co.ik, who fell
sick and was left to die In the moun
tains. The party consisted of W. E.
Carlin, son of Brigadier-General Carlln;
J. IT. Pierce, brother-in-law of Carlin:
A. L. IHmmelwright, of New York, uiid
Martin Spencer, the guide. Tlie party
tarted to return home October JOlli,
but as the snow reached a considerable
depth the horses were abandon-id rr.d
the party started down the river on
rafts which they were finally compelled
to abandon also. ' Thy continued on
foot until November 22, when '..hey met
Llentenant Elliott with a relief party
from Vancouver Barrack.4. The party
was almost without food when rcs-i!" d.
Portland, Dec. 1. The principal wit.
ness In the Dunbar smuggling case to
day was W. B. Jackling, who purchased
most of the opium in British Columbia.
The evidence was corroborative of that
already adduced. The prosecution will
probably occupy the whole day.
Washington, Dec. 1. The public debt
statement shows a net increase In the
public debt, less cash In the treasury
during the month of Novembeof $1,
716,,4'JS. The interest bearing debt has
increased $180. The debt on which In
tereut has ceased Bince maturity has
decreased $33,150, and the debt bearing
no interest has decreased $343,105. Th
decrease In the cah balance In U,-r
treasury is $7,094,074. The Interest bear
ing debt is $.-.sr.,0391220, and the debt
bearing no Interest, $374,5S9,710I .The
total debt is $(il,B6S,S1C, The net gild
reserve todny was $32,939,044. The re
ceipts of the government for the month
of November were- $23,979,401 ; expend!
twos, $31,302,020. . '..
IMS ANNUAL UK POUT.
The Secretary of the Interior Deals with
Washington, Dee. 1. The secretary of
lhev Interior In his annual report, ve-
Ivlews the work r-.th department, dur
ing th past year, lie comments upon
the utter Inadequacy of the question
thus far enacted to provide for the legit
imate procurance of public timber 6
supply, the actual necessities of "the
S("'ftlle depending upon ik to promote
tlij settlement alul develop the natural
resources of public lands. Legislation
-Jjrovidinfy fur a wine and comprehensive
4'r sti v system Is recommended. The
wi'k of tin? Indian bureau shows a
slearty advance In riv.IH7.nM0n, It is a
'mistake ( supTiose their number is rap
lijiy. decreasing' 'V-Sh country. Tribal
v.'.V.l-1fl wai.-o" " the whites having
Xlioy a. ereasliur, nnd now
numl.T over 2T ' ' ' '
prevnlent. The v
dility and nervou
fest, but the nil
tlie throat wit' .
1. Physicians In
the grippe quite
symptoms of de-
etion are manl-
it seems to fix on
. .rticulnr vlrulency.
" '.tle.nta of voice, and
a tsmodie con
t .-niptoms of
are very alarming.
ft deprives man1:
in some cases e
trar m .of the
' ih 0rcat pre ' .e of throat troubles
leads to the ,1; billon (list this l.-i r.
F?euli:u" fui 111 of grippe, running In a
fiift of epideniic.
1'H 1 ! ITI N( 'r IN RIO.
Loud, ,11, Oee. 1. Advices
ays there is no (ruth In
, , ... ,, , , . ... ,. . ...
1 1 i ; 1 1 I'rrMd'.'iii L-t'ixoi.i mis neiMi ansas
riinaled. lie wast today engaged in re
pairing dangerous breaches In the furls
and earthworks ashore. The dispatch
contains. a-iWHioit-Uial. ..Mvllo left KfX
vii il. p. iiiun nf Ids tt'Ot to in'oreopt
the vessels coming to l'cixuto's aid.
Ti.eie was desperate lighting be-
Iwi': 11 the rebel ships and the forts
at the eiibra.111 e to '.!) harbor a:i
Mcllu tried to go out.
Willi' AND SITU.
San Francisco, Dec. 1 The racing to
,day resulted as folhvs.
Six Furlongs tSeovget-wn, Crawford,
Valparaiso. Time, 1:111.
Half-mile Mrenhocg, April, Hllzzard.
Time, :l!t 3-4.
One mile Zampost, Tigress, Stead
fast. Time, 1:47.
Five furlongs Rordcaux, Ranjo, John
ny Payne. Time, 1:00 1-4.
Five fm longs Harry Lewis, Raphael,
Deltracey. Time, 1:0(5 1-2.
Seattle, Dee. 1. The Island County
Hank, at Coupeville suspended pay
ment today. Thomas Reals, Jr., man
ager of the bank, left ten days ago to
raise funds, but has been delayed. The
bank started only u few mouths ago
with a capital stock of $23,000.
1'ATUIOTI S.M WANTING.
Augusta, Me., Dec. 1. The movement
started last, spring to raise money for
a monument, to be erected to the mem
ory of James G. lilalne proved a la
mentable failure. The treasury of the
illaine memorial association reports lull
$113 having been paid in.
IN NEED OF FUEL.
St. Louis. Dee. 1. There Is great suf
fering in western and southwestern
Kansas, caused by the blizzard last
night. Hundreds of families are In
need of fuel and the necessaries of life,
and many will freeze it not aided.
PREPARED FOR TROUBLE.
. New Urunswick, N. J., Dec. 1. A
hundred deputy sheriffs are on duty
at Perth AinlKiy, armed with revolvers
and clubs, to resist any lawlessness by
the strikers. '
DO NOT WANT IT.
San Francisco, Dee. 1. Vice President
Crocker, of the Southern Puellle Com
pany, said today that his company
would not take the Oregon Pacific at
any price, as the road would not pay
expanses under any management.
WANTED - Board wb-re Instruction
In any English branch, book-keepinx,
r shorthand will be taken in pavnu-nt.
Good references. Address Teacher, rare
A SURE CURE FOR PILES.
Itclda"? I'ili.3 n.e known by moisture
!i!te iH-rsniratlnn. caiifins Intense lt-iiln?
v. r,,:n warm. This form, art V';!l as Wind,
r.l.-...lipi? i,r Prmrtttiiriij, yield at once to
Dr. i'.o.-uiil!o's Pile liem-ly, which acts
directly on the pfirts affected, absorbs
tumor, adays ltcliiru? and effects
permanent cure. ex:. Druo-lst or mail.
Circulars fre Dr. Bo:-:anKo, 3 Arch
street. I riiiaaUa. Vs. fl'l by J. W.
I'alilVu'iiiii's I'riilc Hosts Ujan
THE AFFAIR DECLARED A DRAW
Police Inteilerenc in the Lawt Ron ml
Makes tlic llaUle. UiUiit--'
Oakland, Cal., Dec. l.-The eight
round contest between Young Mitchell,
Pacific Coast middleweight champion,
and Jim Ryan, of Australia, drew a big
crowd tonight. Both men were in good
condition. In the first round Mitchell
did most of the leading, scoring fliM
blooilby two hot blows on Ryan's nose.
Ryan landed on Mitchell's neck.
In the second round there was lively
In-lighting, a;:tl both men bleeding.
In th? third round, ltyan becamO
groggy for an Instant, but landed heav
lly on Mitchell's jugular.
In the fourth, Mitchell repeatedly got
In oni Ryan's heart.
In the fifth, Mitchell dropped Ryan
with a hard one on the Jaw. Ryan was
groggy and weak. He tried n swing
for Mitchell's Jaw, but wished. Then
he ran away from punishment.
In the sixth, Mitchell landed .repeat
edly, and Ryan was a mass of bruises
but took his punishment gamely.
In the sevvh round, Ryan landed a
few blows, but was sent to his comer
In the eighth round, Ryan was fresh
and assumed the offensive, and landed
heavily on Mitchell's face, following up
with a shower of stinging blows. Ad
this juncture the chief of police stopped
the fight, which was declared 11 draw.
Sensational Tragedy Eliiict,-d
f Chicago, Dec. l.-jtlTr Virginia Ho-
k-l, located In the heart of the fashion
able residence district of the north side,
a dramatic double suicide occurred this
morning. Behind a door, bolted and
double locked, were found the bodies
of Victor Cyriiin, a drug clerk, and
Mrs. Caron, the w'ife of a druggist for
whom Cyrian had foina-rly worked.
The' woman had died by poison, while
Cyrian, after tildng poison, had shot
himself three times and lay stretched
across the foot of the lied on which the
woman lay. The couple reglsteied un
der a false name as man and wile til
the hotel last Thursday, und kverc ap
parently very happy. Letters were
found 011 the c-i'itT table, u.it'en by
both parties to relations, bidumg a las.
farewell to dear friends, and nnnotcic
Ing their purpose to die together. Mrs.
CViron wrote a letter bidding farewell
to her husband and little child, "so
young what will she do without moth
er." It Is evident from the letters that
both had taken poison at the same
time, with the agreement that the one
surviving the longest should die by
the pistol. Cyrian had boarded with the
C.arons. The lntlniney between the
clerk and the wife of the proprietor
was noticed last summer, but not by
Caron until three weeks ago, when he
found them In a compromising situation
and Mrs. Caron and Cyrlitn disappeared
at once. When the funds of Cyrian
were exhausted by the high rates at a
fashionable hotel, 11 was agreed to
suicide as a solution of the trouble.
Washington, Dee. 1. The new Briga
dier General, Oils, has been assigned
to the Department of the Columbia.
CuLD WEATIIKU EAST.
I-1. Paul. Dee. 1. Tun weather in the
Noillnviit Is phenomenally c.l.l for
this season of the year. The mercury
touched 20 below zero here earl this
morning at the signal servka station,
while thermometers in expost-d laces
marked as low as 28 to 40 beiiw.
The coldest places accord!!: to I la
weather bureau this morning were:
Prince Albeit, Canada, 12 below; Bis
marck, N. O., 22.
Cedar Rapids, la.. Dec. 1. Lust night
was the coldest of the season. The
thermometer marked 12 below. Reports
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
r - - vjsj
from the north and northwest r.how 11
like condition. At Esthervllle, 13 below;
Watertown, 24; Albert Len, 18. Yester
day's storm did not result. In block
ading the railroads. It Is clear uud
INI UCTMEXTS FOR SMUGGLING.
Portland, ;uo. l.-T.ie United Slates
grand Jury today reurned sixueit In
Jlements for timuggtifi? opium. Tlio
names of the Indicted are not im.do
:! He. It is stated ihat all are China,
A DISCREDITED RUMOR.
New York, Dec. 1. Leading? bankers
give no credit to the report on theBer
lin bourse that the United States la
trying to effect a $50,000,000 3V4 per cent
WON'T PAY INTEREST.
New York, Dee. l.-The Erie Railway
Company today defuulted on '.he Inter
est on its second mortgage bonds. They
paid the Interest on the funded five
PREPARING TO RESUME,
Pittsburg, Dee. 1. Everything Is inlet
at the Snowden and Gastonvlllo mines.
They did not start up as expected, but
preparations are belnff made to resume.
IN FAVOR OF THE JESUITS.
Berlin, Dec. 1. The relchstag, by a
vote of 173 to 130, adopted Centrlot's
motion to readmit Jesuits into Ger
many. , i ' , ' I
HEAVY LOSS BY FIRG.
Chicago, Dec. 1, A Are in the Hay
market Theatre this morning caused
the loss of $73,000.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice !s hereby given that the under
signed, as administrator of the estate
of Thomas Shay, deceased, has filed
his final account, In sold estate, in the
i oiiuty court, of the state of Oregon,
for th-! county of Clatsop, and that
Monday, the fourth day of December,
y at ten o'clock of said day, Is the
time fixed by said court for the time
if hearing sail final uceount. All por
Mins having objections to said dual ac
count, must present the same to said,
county court on or before said date.
Hits .lotlee Is published pursuant to
111 ordar of the aforesaid county rourt.
inmlu an.l entered on the 7th duv of
Dated November 7th, 18113.
F. L. PARKER,
Administrator of Bald estate,
STANDS WITHOUT A HIVAL.
Gentlemen: I havj been troubled
with very severe headaches for years,
nai nave taken a great many different
temedles, but have never found any-
uiing 10 give me as spoeay ana perma
nent .;ure as Krause's Headache Cap
sules. In my opinion they stand wlth-
M!t 11 rlvul; they have cured me In
icry case. JNO. N. WILKIE,
3ii Adams ave., West, Detroit, Mich.
For sain by Chas. Rogers, sole agent.
ADAH N ISTlt ATOlt' H NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the Un
dersigned has been appointed admin
istrator of the estate ot Charles T.
Strom, deceased, and all persons havtnir
claims against said estate must present
the same to her, duly verified, at her
residence in the city or Astoria, Clatsop
county; Oregon within six months
from this date. November 17th, 1893.
PItO VENA BOON.
Gentlemen: I have always recom
mended Krause's- Headache Capsules
wherever I have had a chance. They
have proven a veritable boon In my
faintly against any and all kinds of
beiidache. Yours truly,
J. E. WALTER.
For sale by Chas, Rogers, Astoria.
Oregon, sole agent.
CIIANOE OF TIME.
On and nfter this date the steamer
Luillne will leave Astoria at 7 a. in.,
Instetid of ti a. m., giving Astoria pass
engers one hour longer to sleep In the
morning. This U a cbnnge that no
doubt will be appreciated by the travel
November 21, 1893.
, AW persons having claims against the
estate of F. IS. Nelson, will present
them to me nt the ollic of J. Q. A.
Rowlhy within six months from this
Astoria, Oregon, Oct. 19. 1893.
THE NEW BAKERY,
Corner OIney and Second.
. Lamest loaf of home made bread In
town for 5 cents.
All kinds of fresh cakes and home
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