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TflK- DAILY ANTOKIAN, FI'FOAV MOttMNU, NOVMOBEl. 4, Ift'ja.
via IMIIInii and Hurllngton roula, and
you ri h Omar, Kanaas City, Bi. luia,
and all other southern and auuthMatern
rUa half a day toontr than Iravaltra
who talis any olliar Una.
do oaat via M. I'aul and tha Unrllmton
route, and you rU1 tha flnK train on
arth-tha llarllnf ton.a Bt. J'sul-c'Mcago
do at via Oidn and Danvar, and you
aa tha wondarfuj acanary of tha Rooliiaa,
famed lha world ovar u th. moat may.
tiUloaut on tlia ronllnanL
Ttvkala at oKIcm of eonnaotlny llnaa.
A. C. IIKUXJN.
it vHXi , I
tiiMuah i nWiaoa Aad
library oboarvallun aara.
JXMANT VMTIUUUB TRAlKaV, ,
No. 4 Umltod lv. I'ortlnad at f
I Llmlts4 arrtvM lorUaa4 at Vt.U
For rata, .to., rail or jli1r
Ant 0. IU N., Aalo
H. C, TJKNNl
C. P. A T. A. l-o'rtland. Or.
TEE EICELENCB OF SYWPOFHCS
U du. not only to th. orljflnllly and
Implicit of tha aoinlilnntlon, but alo
to tho oar. .ml aklll with which It la
manufactured y acli-ntlflo proccwci
anowDwuio lAl.iroiittiA Fio Smirp
Co. only, and wo wUli t Impress upon
til th. Importance of jurciialujf th.
true tOl ordinal tiw$f. i( tf
pnuln. flyrup of Flffa la manufactured
by th. Cali roHNiA I'm rJriiup Co.
only, knowloiltfa of Mat fact wlU
" Oh. lit avoiriinif the worthlow
Imitation manufactured byotharpar
Ilea. Th. Iilgli standing- of tho Call
touA no MHvr Co, with tbe modi
cal .jtofnaalon, and tha satisfaction
which th. irnnuln. Bjrup of Fljr. ha.
girtn to mllllona of, fwiillle., makea
th. pvaa of th. Company a guaranty
of th. aaoolleric. of lu remedy. It U
far la aanee of all other laiatlvea,
M It MiiU on th. Ul.lnrva, Hrer and
bowel, without Irritating or weaken
Iptf tbvtn, and it dor. not gripe nor
oauaraU. In order to fct iu beneficial
.ffecta, pleaao remember th. nam. of
ah mancim. tw.
Mt UTItta. Br. RKW T.KK. H. T.
Compound Automatic Engine
.Strom; itii'l I'Hitiomirnl. Writo us fr juirticulnm.
A. II. A KKILL, UU&SELL & CO.,
Miuuiger. TortlttiKl, Oregon,
ESTES-GONN DRUG Go
Try Prowt oi,y a snrcnl pleasant cure for
Lv the He3flch(L
TBE SISTERS OF TBE
Convferit of the
Ihrdra( puplia aoerrard for tha arhool
For rUa, .to., eddr. U. BuprlorM
IS THOUGHT TO
Transport Panama Has Probably
been Lost Some Place In the
CARRIED 300 PASSENGERS
Wis In BaJ Condition When She Left
Sflntliio-Mucb Wrtckiga rrom
tbe Yeite! Kit Been Found.
KEW yOHK, N'v. t-A 6pvh to
tho KnraM from Hkntiugo da Cuba auya :
. It (a runujfJ tttat tr rnruiiort fun
aniA went down In a In 4 ha Wlr 1
ward I'aMuvo lat nlKht. Tho rumor la
liaat on tho report of a nhln a hoonar
hlrb reathnd hr frm Cupn Myl
It la not known whtXhnr ny of the iu
inra and crew rrh-l tha ahoro In
HMiia rnundall'in fur 'tha reported cwa
at tha tranniort la found In tha fart that
a Vtraa amount of wri- kae iupod to
luUmg to tha Tarwiirta, twa Wn ii kl
up. Kltfln mrtw iMi tnrcd "ranuma '
wora found In tha waKr, lut no rv of
tha vhkI una acn ao for aa la known
Tlic Ihtnarna, which waa ukn from
tha Spaniard aa a irt durli tha war.
waa in IkuI condition when aha aallad
from BantUio on MumUy. Iter enln
woro out of ordi-r and her hull dam.
Med. II r condition w u h tht J -out.
mealH lluao llydeman cvnaldi-red hr
uiinaa and docUnd to plar. tba mul:i
aloan! of her. Many aoamon here any
tho votukiI ha been unavawurthy for
lunr (I me.
When tha Panama aalltd from thU port
ha hud threo humtml perona on board,
InHudlna' 4h odlieri, ptuaenxera and
w. Amonf he tiaawnera wera Itrp.
ronenltlvo John Iwlaell and former
C'on'rmeman al Iarae Huff, of Pnny1-
viinla. who. with a party irf i'nnnnylviinl
railroad men, had apent aevt-ral day In
Hiiiltiiau InveetlKatlnc phma for con-
airui.'tlna; a railroad to ronneot with Ha
vana, with whlh I hey had bwn (avora-
There, wre rVBTl offlrera of rlmenta
now eiatloned In BantluKo. who were on
their way hum, havln. ben crantiv)
Iravaa of banre on account of eli kneea.
Mot of tha aMinnra. however, wre
frvtn I'orto Itlco. The 1'anuma waa
bound (or porta on 4h north cuaat of
Cii'n. for Havana and New York.
TUi-ro la no l-lrraphlo communication
twtwvan here and I'apa Myl, The Huhi
hoii on that x.lnt la Uully (Mtrd.
The alta la nilalnulliiK, t'aktua potnt In-
ervenliiK bftwe-ii the llht and north
bound voeaela. The llunion fruit a'.Ntmrr
Ilelvbltire waa wrecked Ihrre In M iy.
Oenrrai ha ordered all venae. a
bound eaatward to ta on the lookout for
any trace of the Panama anu her o-
aenaera and crew.
TUB LOEWIWUBR'l PAHB
FINAU.r III SETTLED.
Htat. Will Taka C'harKO of tha Property
of 'ha Ifunt Inatltutlon and
Continue tha Duftlncaa.
rOHTl.AND, Nov. I. -The atata peni
tentiary board, eoni'.atlriM- of (iovernor
Ird, ttccrolary of Slatoa Klnrald, and
Trraaurer Metachun, met In Cortland to
day with tha Joint committee o tha lexla
latura aplolnted to Inveatlnala tha l)w-
eribirra: ronlract. Involvlna tha foundry
and hlro of convlcta at th alata fwnl-
tentlory. Ilepreaetitatlvea of Mr. 1Oew-
(libera- wera alao preacnt.
A allnulallon waa ai(re d to In the mat
ter of the a'tlona recently hi-KUn In B ilcm
for tha collection of VZSfil from J. Iew.
enbnra; and tha LM-wentxira; & Going
Company, by whl'h eilpolatlon tha trua
tea la to tuko Immedlalo poaaeaalon of
tha pronerty of tha defendunta and con
duct their buelneaa, tumlna; In all th
profit to the atnte treuaury In ll'iuldatlon
of the atnte'a claim, Thla truateoahlp la
to continue until Miir'h I, W,
A. N, (Jlll.ert, auperlntendent of tha
penitentiary, waa aareed upon aa truatra.
Ilia nowera and dutlea will be almllar to
thoaa of a receiver. All tha property of
lha defendanta that waa attached under
them actlona both In Hali-ni and In Port.
land, will be operated In tniateeahlp.
ItETOItTS Or BAD DEIIAVIOfl
W'EflK ENTIRELY UNFOUNDED,
Charxea of Crimea Aaalnat 0ldlera
; faff, Vubllahed by Porto It'-can
1 Paperaj Danled by Oen. Brooke.
WABIIINOTON. Nov. I.-The newapa-
pera puldlnhed In Porto Itlco hava b'
printing artlrlea bitterly crltlclzlna' th
conduct of lha Cnlted Biatea aoldlera aen
to tha lulnrn) aa a permanent aarrlaon,
Tha aoldlera hava been accuaed of a
aorta of mlademeanora.
A cable waa aent to Major General
Ilrooka calling hie attention to tha re
port. Ida anawer followa:
"Hun Juan Adjutant (teneral, Washing.
ton Tha bd l-havlor of our aolijpTa at
i'onra provlnca la newi to ma. Colone
Coatleman, commandlna; tha province It
mrw with mn and aaya tho report la en
tlrely unfounded. Tbe new reglmenta
coming In wera unaettled for a few daya
but are all away from thera now and at
DEATH IlATK AT HONOLt'I.U
"U. NOT l!K OrtEAT.
Improvement In the Cmpa Kaa Made
Condltlma Much More Favorable
New Oumpa E'tabllahed.
VICTOItIA, Nov. t-Honolulu advlcea
ter tha Aorangl, which arrived today, are
to tha effect that work haa been atnpped
on Camp MoKlnlcy. The entire camn
III i moved to the Mounalna tract,
which OenenU Mertlam recommended aa
the alta for th permanent army poat.
Typhoid fever waa a own broad: aat dur
ing the time tha ordinary rulea of aanl-
tatlon wera dlaregarded In military
ramoa. Thera are aald lo be U Ca, but
trained nuraea have been added to the
form at tha hoapltal, and It la believed
the death rate will be arrmll. Malaria la
on the decrease.
Oeneral Kln will anil with the troopa
at Camn Otla on tha Aiitona for Ma
nila. The New Yorkera and englneera
renmln at Honolulu lnb-flnltely for gar-
Five deatha from typhoid occurred dur
ing tho week prevloua-lo the Aorangre
It la atated that a new bank win mi,.
mence niiaineaa at Honolulu the flret of
the year, with a capital of ttoo.OW.
Police Marihal Brown leave Honolulu
November 9 tor Ban Franrieco to visit
me principal eoaat rltlea. with a view of
getting in cloaer touch with them.
The trannport Benutor arrived the dav
the Aorangl aalled. Bhe will proceed lo
Manila, The voyage waa uneventful,
but the men complain of poor food and
appadli.no IObh or
LIPB AT HANKOW,
On Thouaand People Killed and Burned
to Death Deatrurtlve Fire at
VICTORIA. Nov, I-Ti.a ateamer
Aorangl which arrived today from Aua
traii. brlnara newa of a large fire at
Sydney 0-toter I, which deatroyei W
large mllla and Inflicted heavy loaa to
The drought and hot wlnda have played
havoc with Australian wheat fields. The
cornmlsefoner of agriculture aaya there
will not be enough wheat for local con.
Ijiter report! from the conflagration
at Hankow. China, say 10XjO houses wera
dee t roved and 1W) people killed and
burned to death.
NO FAITH CURE.
INDIAN CHARACTER CANNOT
HE DEPENDED I' PON.
Oeneral Ilaron Says They Can Fight and
Are the Same Treacherous Foe
aa of trtd.
Ilirth of the New Republic Lawa of the
Country Are s'mllnr to Thoee of
the Cnlted States.
NO SHAM SALE!
Havinj? determined to move bur
bdalness back' to tile city of Portland
we hereby, offer our entire ptoqk of
-Lttdlii and GfeHta' underwear, l!m.
broerieB, lace, NdtioriB, Toys and
Oriental Fancy Goods, everything, to
be sold below cost.
Chasi Kan k Co,
367 Commercial St.
Flour, - Ffefed - and - Hay
H74 Commorclnt Htreat.
. 1. V Wk'. wSair-aa ir . w' air 5
THOS. GUINCAN, Proprietor
Hevotith and 1" -L L 4
ui i.i . 1 ar av m B
v rm aani vn u iiin assi . bh asria i. m v
ASTORIA MEAT COMPANY j
ToUphon No. 3a
I1UI1M1VJ V1IIJ I1V VltVtVVJa ITlVUrO
S ' V Commarclal St., neat Palace ReitauraiX
CHICAOO. Nov. 1-Aa an abatract pro-
poaltlon the Indiana want no more flnht-
log. They hava had enough to last for
some time In the Hear ljike campaign
uat over. Hneve4,1 the Indian charac
ter la such that one may never tell when
he will take up arm a and wage warfare ! urrelilent of
against locaj communities.
Thla waa the anawer General John XL
Bacon, the veteran Indian fighter, who
rommunded the I'nlted Btatea troops In
tha recent Indian outbreak In M nne.ota,
gave to a Qurstlon aa lo the present feet
Inat of the red men. Oeneral Uiu-on, whj
la tcmiKirarlly In command of tho de
partment of tho Dakotaa, and the de
partment of tho northweet, with head
quartera In Bt. Paul, la In Chicago on
"I want to aay one word.' continued
General Bacon, "about the so-called 'raw
recruH.' Out of the 77 men who were with
ma In the battle of October (. (S were en
llaled during tha middle of last summer,
but their conduct waa admirable. It Is
WASHINGTON, Nov. . 1-ompletej
trnneformatlon of the geography of Cen-
trst Amer.oa occurred November 1 by
the birth of the new republic of th
I nllej States of Central Amertce and the
dlMippearance of the republics of Nlci
ragua, Honduras and Salvador, tirept aa
statee of the new union.
The I'nlted Btates of Central America
haa a population of about Sono.000, an
area of about 11.0) square mllej, and a
great stretch of aeconst on the Atlantic
and Pacific, and the site of the Nicaragua
The constitution provides for a presi
dent, elected for four years by olrect
vote of the people. The president's func
tions are much the some aa those of the
the United States. Learls-
latlve power la given to a congress of
two houaca, the senate being made up of
six senators from each slate and three
from federal districts, while the house
haa one representative from eich 50.000
Inhabitants. The federal Judl lary Is
I pniiriiicu ner in iirra ui (no t nltea
; Btates. and throughout the constitution
i is In close resemblance of the system of!
, this country.
About Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
Tbe jf Cure Ston cb Troubles ani Inll
I estloo Aoywjy, Whether You
Hive Faith Them
Mere faith will not digest your food for
you. will not give an appetite, will not in
crease your flesh and strengthen your
nerves) and heart, but Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets will do these things, because they
are composed of tbe elements of diges
tion, tney contain the Julcee. adds and
pepstonea necessary to the digestion and
asHimllatlon of all wholesome food.
Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tab'.eta will digest
food If placed In a Jar or bottle In water
heated to Vt degrees, and they will do It
much more effectively whn taken Into
the stomach after ttit-als. whether you
have faith tbat they will or not.
They invigorate the atomoch. make
pure blood and strong nerves, in the only
way that nature can do It, and that l.
Plenty of wholesome food well digested.
It la not what we eat, but what we digest
that does ua good.
Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tablet are sold by
nearly a.) druggists at 54 centa for full
sixud package, or by mail from the Stuart
Co.. Marshall. Mich.
WASHINGTON. Nov. t-The treasurer
of the United States, Ellia E. Roberta,
has aubmltted to the secretary of tha
treasury his annual report Tha net or
dinary revenuea of the government wera
M06X1.XI5, an Increase of K7.S97.CM over
those of the previous year, whi.e tha net
ordinary expenses were tM3.KS.jS2. an In
Crease of 77M,i31 Up to October 11 tha
war with Spain added to the disburse
ments of the war and navy departments
the sum of tlGt.SS.rS.
CRIME IN SPOKANE.
8POKANE. Nov. 1.-A special meet ng
of the commissioners and chief of police
was held today to take action regarding
tho growth of crime. The city has be
come Infested with buraulars and hlrh.
no 5 o'clock tea affair to fight the Indiana i way-men. and holdups and robberies have
of today, any more thun It was In sfie become of nightly occurrence. As a re-
old daya of Indian warfare.
"The war-painted Indian of today la
the same crtirl and treacherous fe of the
Plains of years ago. He Is hot In battle
to be kllhxl eiK an Idea la unpleasant
to him. He la In It to kill the other fel
low In any way he ean. Had It not
beon for that engagement coming at the
time t did and resulting aa It did. the
Indiana of other tribes would undoubt
edly have joined with the rebellious ones
and formed a force which It would have
cost a (treat loss of lire to supprese.
Those Indiana had been accumulating
arms and ammunition for 4 long time.
They were Just m hlng for a flirht. Their
brother red men were In sympathy with
them and had tha battle not gone our
way the WlnnebuoiR, Red Lake, Casa
Lake, and other tribes would have rein
forced the Dears and formed a moat for
midable and dangeroua toe."
DEWEY' NOT YET SATISFIED.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1-Dewey cabled
today that the Charleston sailed for Hol
lo, Island of Panny, This la the last aat
of Spanish power of any account in the
sun ot tne meeting tno mayor issued a
proclamation offering a reward of COO for
the arrest and conviction of any men en-
gajred In recent holdups.
SOLDIERS SLEEPING UNDER FIRE.
"I euppose some people will shrug their
shoulders." aald a sot.aer who was In
the three days battle of Son Juan HIK,
"when I say that It la a common thing
for soldiers to (to sound asleep under
fire, when they are not permitted to re
turn the fire, but must lie quleu It Isn't
brnvery or recklessness, but the result
of Intense excitement
the same way many
Indifferent to dangeroua
stomnoti that Hostet
tors would promptly
win make them sleep "l.ke a top,
the anylng goea. It will give them
nerv of Iron. It will overcome dis
tressing stomach and bowel disorders,
give tone and strength to the kidneys.
Wedgwood Cameo China
Rich dark blue body with
raised cameo figures
Jug, Match Box
Sugars and cream sets
Pin Tray, Tea Pot and
newest things out
Great American Import-
in; Tea Company.
571 Commercial street
Write for Catalogue.
I .-'ta a.i a -Si t iTfrsi ft ra
on the brain." In I f siii:h i i biiu
men appear utterly " a " ' ,u "7 r"
disorder nt the V las no "JUI. disease OI me
uisoraere of tne )r; ,, t !., netmnd tt.
lD'a QtA . k. .. I W aaa u aaa.va V fc.a l v g.u
" e iv mi hi.' n ri'i-i i j . i
rurtv i n I tntn sti a av
W. F. SCHEIBE.
A full Una at PI
4T Commercial at.
roa Brxious ako smoua disobsbks
such as flnd and rain la the Stomach,
GlddliteM, FuloeM after tnnala. Head
eoht DlEitlueaa, Drowslneaa, Fluahtnxa
ot UeaU Loaa ot Appetite, OostlvannKs,
lllotches on the Bkta. Cold Chills. Dig
turbod Sleep. Frightful Dreams aad all
Norvoua and Trumbltnir Sensatlona,
THE n&ST S06B WILL GITO UULS
tt TWEHTT XUUTE8. Every luSarer
will acknowledge thera to be
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
BSEOUITS FILLAiUkfin Mrao
od, will quickly rnstora females to eom
plcta health. They promptly remove
obstrooUonaor Jrregttlaritloa of tha ays
ioux And euro sick Headache. - fa a,
Impaired Digestion !
la) Kftif, WdMf OR CHILOX5JI (
- Deecham's Pills ar .
Without a Rival
' hiraua . - ' -
LARGEST 8 ALE
V any Fata ttMedlclD la tha VTarlA,
iio, at ail Dror Starea.
Kenneth Orahnme. best known In this
country as the nuthor of that delightful
book, "Tho Golden Age," Is a banker as
well as a llterateur. For many years he
has been deputy secretary of the bank of
The daughter of Congressman Berry of
Kentucky has the Hawaiian roynl ensign
that fUWed over tho palace- of tho de-
posed queen I.llloukaliuil, President
Dole presented It to her, and the queen
Is vainly begging for Its return.
T m overworked j our nervoua sjs-i
ft jus and caused trouble with jour
kkldnevs and Pladilw'? Dave jou
f pa!cs in the loins, si.lo, back. ffrolnsi
bufiii oiftdder? Uaro vouafiabbj ap-j
vpunmnco oi we ftioo, esiwciaiiy
!'tj pass urine Y William's Kidney '
Pills will Impart now lifo to tho dis-1
cased organs, tono up tlia system,
rnd make anew man of you. By'
nnil 5() cents per brx.
w ii.uA.MH .m ro. w, i-npe., cieveuml, a
For Sale by ESTBS-CONN DRUQ CO.
I r ' 1 1 ' r
II - III! Jill ,,,,,1.,.,
I I "I
f T-7W'1 j
of tha bath depends largely on deanllneai
of tba bath tab. Court beallh and ahua
aickneaa by ttaiug ,
tot all hotuehold cleansing porpoaa,
iArgeet pac luge greatest economy. -Sold
artrywbers. Uada only by
TKt N. K. MllttMNK C0PAY,
CtlMfO. Bk tools. Boatoa.
COLUMBIA IRON WORKS
Kept In Sfock
Logging Engines Built and Repaired.
Heavv Forcing Under Powfi'r Nammpr a nprialtv
- - J w j - v i WUIUI J
Sole Manufacturer of the Unsurpassed
Harrlsdn Sectional" Propellor Wheel ...
Maonfacturtrs for the I'aclfic Coast fo" the
K0UERTS KATEK-Tl'BE BOILER.
BOYS and GIRLS
Wo have a large stock of neat and durable
shoes at tha very lowest prices. Before rmr-
chasingr Elsewhere, call and examine them.
JOHN HAHN, The Reliable Shoe Dealer
Seventh an j Astor Streets, Astoria.
SHASTA MINERAL WATER, r"ErTER, NOBLE.
HICKORY AND SHAW'S MALT WHISKIES.
ALL OTHER LIQUORS, WINES, BEER AND CIGARS
Served Day and Night.
AUGUST KRATZ, ' - - Manager
Pacific Sheet Metal Works
Lithographing on Tin a Specialty.
San Francisco. Cal.
Write Us for Prieea.
GRAND REMNANT SALE OF CARPETS.
500 Yards Body Brussels, Tapes-
try Brussels and Moquettes to be dis
posed of at less than cost.
C. HEILBORN & SON.
C J. TRENCHARD,
surance ani Shipping.
Custom House Broker.
Agent W. F. 4 Co, and racifto Express Co's.
The directors oi the grand opora In
Pnrls have shown their regard for the
memory of Charlee Carnlor, the nrohl
tcct of the building, who always had a
box In the nudltorlum up to his recent
death, by continuing It at the disposal
of his widow.
ROBBED THE GRAVE.
A startllr.n incident, of which Mr. John
Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject,
Is narrated by him as follows: "I was in
a most dreadful condition. My skin was
almost yollow, my eyes sunken, tongue
coated, pain continually in b.uk and
sides, no appetite gradually growing
weaker day by day. Three physiolana
had a-lven ma up. Fortunately, a
frln. advised trying 'Blcotrlo Bitters;'
and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided Improvement
I continued their usa for three weeks,
and am now a well man. I know they
saved my life, and robbed the grave of
another victim." No one should fall to
try them. Only SO cents per bottle at
Estes-Conn Drug Co.
J"OTlCE Is hereby given to all persons
i.1 whomsoever that the special assess
ment ro for the street Improvement In
the City of .Astoria, Oregon, known as
he Improvement of Exchange street,
from Ninth to Tenth street, has been filed
In the office of the Auditor and Police
Judge of said city and Is now open for
Inspection, and will so remain until tlie
16th day of November, 1S98, at the hour
of 10 o'clock a. m., when the committee
on streets and publlo ways of the Com-
mon Council, together with the board of
assessors, constituting tho board of
equalization, will meet to review And
equalize said assessment, prior to which
time all objections to said assessment
muH be filed with the said Auditor and
Police Judge, and If not so filed tbe
Common Council may at the next regu
lar meeting following the date of the ex
piration of the publication of this notice,
confirm said assessment.
This notice la published by order of the
Common Council duly made by resolution
thereof passed Thursday, November 3,
H. E. NELSON.
Auditor and Police Judge.
City of Astoria, Oregon.
A. V. ALLEN
...Fancy and Staple Groceries-
Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses.
With the Fruit to go in them
S Prices Lower
Robinson & Ccx,
289 Washington Street,
Sole Agents for the WJNLAP HAT.
Hard to beat
Our line of airtight
Stoves and their
431 Bond Street.