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ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, MA 31, I90i
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v Today's Weather Fair and continued
wanner In northern portion.
. Johnson Bros. Phone 931 Main.
Send In your order for Wyoming
coaL S. Elmore Co.
" The wellest shop In the city. SIX
artist t the Palace baths. . . ,
1 Fishermen: Dixie Queen, In lt-os.
palls, 40 cents. P. A. TrulUnfer.
; Four up-to-date barbers at the Oc
cident. Tou don't have to wait..
For Rent Three or four furnished
rooms for housekeeping;. No. 16S Tenth
; New stock of fancy goods just arriv
ed at Yokohama Bazaar. Call and tee
the latest novelties from Japan..
;r Tou will always find the best 15c
jneal la the city at tha Rising Sun res
taurant. No. CIS Commercial street
. Pure and wholesome Ice cream. 15 c
a pint. Delicious ice cream soda and
confectionery at Task's candy store.
. , -. '. ,
. It Is folly to suffer from that horri
ble plague of the night, itching piles.
Dona's Ointment cures ' quickly and
permanently. For sale by Charles
Mure upholstered. "- We can do it for
yon. Let us give you prices on work.
Don't fonret that we sruarantee all our
twork. Chas. Hellborn ft Son. I
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Baltimore 6k Ohio JR. R.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
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CHICAGO IE NEW YORK
I - - 7 i ' f Via AVASHISOTOX, p. C. , ' 4 n
Finest and Fastest series of trains hi the world. Palatia
coaches, Pullman Buffet Parlor and Drawing Room Cars, jj
The Finest Dining Car Service in the Worltf g
jj Is operated by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. jj
B. M. Xustiw, (jcneral Pass. Agt. - - Chicago. Ill g
Is Represented at Home and Abroad ty the
DAILY MORNING AST0MAN
A live, clean family paper. .
by carrier or $6 per year by
Astoria having Associated
Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. It gives all the
local, county and telegrapio news and it cocts only
The U. S. dispensatory says: "Opi
um lessens the pertstalic motion of the
bowels. It's local effect (when applied
to the lower bowel) Is the same as Its
preneral operation, Conlum PARALYZ
KS the motor nerves; aconite reduces
muscular strength; belladona produces
PARALYTIC symptoms; hyoscyamus
and stramonium are same as bellado
na. THKF IX) NOT EXERCISE ANT
OPRATIVE , INFLUENCES." Every
))Ue medicine prescribed or on the
market contains some of the above pols
Vnt(l Men to handle food paylns
lln. Exclualv territory. Brown, Bro
Co., Rochester, N. T.
Fore la the whole of the wheat, scl
entiflclally combined with barley malt
Soli by Johnson Bros,
Mr. RasmuBwi will do up lace cur
tains to your satisfaction. Leave ord
er at the Oregon bakery. ;
Try one cartoon self-ralsln Olympic
pancake flour. It ic guaranteed to
please you. Johnson Uros.
Olympic cake and pastry flour mokes
a richer, more tender and more deli
cate cake than any other flour on the
market. We guarantee It to please you
Owing to an open circuit somewhere
on the line and which the 'linemen were
not able to locate last night, the busi
ness portion of the city was In -iarkness
A good workman, using good mater
ials, makes a good Job and saves much
annoyance. Tou especially need the
best in plumbing, gas fitting, heating
appliances and tin work." Call on John
A. Montgomery. 42$ Bond street, and
avoid trouble. Phone 10S1.
DELATED GOODS ARRIVED.
We hart Just received a large ship
ment of muJln underwear which was
delayed six weeks in transit. These are
new and handsome goods, but they will
be sacrificed at our retirlng-from-busl-nesa
sale prices for they should have
been here and disposed of long ago.
This Is a chance to get choice garments
at sacrifice prices. Call early and get
your choice. See our window display.
Our sale is approaching Its end snd
prices are way down below bedrock.
A Seattle dispatch states that not In
cluding Ave vessels which bsve sailed
for Bering sea and northern Siberian
ports. SI vessels, steam and sail, are
scheduled for the Nome traffic this sea
son, all to leave within the next two
weeks. Their combined passenger car
rying capacity Is SJ20 on the basis of
31,000 tons of freight. The Indications
are that those now listed for the Nome
traffic will not be able to carry on the
first voyage all of either the passengere
or freight. '
Price CO cents per month
mail. The only paper in
Press Telegraphic New
ons. EXCEPT E-RV-SA PILE CURE.
"E-RU-SA doubtless Is the only pile
medicine on the market which does not
contain narcotic poisons or mercury,"
ECONOMICAL DRUG CO.. Chcago,
111. Per C. H. McConnell, president. .
"We guarantee no mercury or opiates
in E-RU-SA pile ure." Woodard
Clarke A Co., Portland, Or.
E-RU-SA cures piles, or $50 paid.
Worst Cases cured with one box. E-m
sa contains no mercury, no opiates. All
reliable up-to-date druggists Bell E-ftl-
. A COMMUNICATION.
' Astoria, May 21. IMS
Editor Antortan: In response to
quite a general belief on the part of
those Interested In the 'uplift of hu
manity, that Astoria needs more whole
Mime attractions for young men and
boys, on February St. the ladles of the
V. C, T. t. with voluntary help on
the part of a few gentlemen, opened
their room in the evenings for reading,
games and sociability.
Thst the room has been kept open a
evenings out of SI Is due to the faithful
ness of the men In charge as well ns to
Mrs. Mannells, who rounded up a man
from somewhere when a vacancy by
sickness or business engagement oc
curred. A record kept of only SS of these ev
enings chows an average attendance of
a little over 12, .With one young peo
ple's meeting and one song service.
Last evening there were 14 well behav
ed boys In attendsace.
While IS different gentlemen have
had charge, the burden has been borne
by about six.
The boitrd of managers, with the
ladles of the W. C. T. V. now feel
that at this busy season and while sit
nature calls to open air K la pressing
good nature too far to try to keep the
room open during the summer. Ac
cordingly at their meeting today they
voted to close the room tonight for the
summeiwnueh to their regret.
But they hope the way may be open
ed in the fall for an Improved room
with a larger outlook and with a sal
aried man In charge.
While the patronage of the room may
not have been the same for which there
seemed a demand, the experiment baa
shown a greater need among a certain
neglected class of boys'.
The board of managers feel that
these few months have had something
of a refreshing Influence on this class.
The Sunday evening Bible class con
ducted by Mr. Oheen has been more or
le& marked for good.
The ladles, realising that the gentle
men" who seconded their effort have
done so for the betterment of their fellow-men,
desire to sincerely thank them
for their assistance.
W feel that this experiment has not
been a failure and hope It may pave
the way for something better and more
permanent In which all our cltlsens
may have an Interest and pride.
Mrs. C. A. Gearhart,
Pres. Board of Managers.
IN SEARCH OF STYLE.
Astoria's Leading Clothier Leaves for
Chicago and New York This
Week to Pick the Ripen
Ing Fall Fashions.
Mr. Herman Wise will leave this
week for a trln through the principal
clothing factories of the country; the
vouna? men are getting more and more
exacting, and for that matter, the older
ones too. and it has got so that the lead
era of fashion In every city In the coun
try race to the market to pick the choic
Of court, the traveling men slill
come but they never curry samples of
the choicest patterns because the fiic-
torv onlv manufactures a limited quan
tity of extreme designs for the gentle-
-.u., aM tt-HMnff to nnv '
men - " - -
fo; the iboicest Insist that as 'ew as
pos ibie get the soecial p.tt .'fin-.
Aii'l then it is an educational trip
Oi reb. the' brighten' merchants
from every section of fie country who
exchange Ideas and relate exp4?i'ir?s
which lerefit a business man. anl le-
sldes an observant merchant will notice
the newest window displays, store ar--rnnirmenls.
etc., and thus become en
abled to make things more pleasant
for his patrons.
"I am determined to have better and
finer clothes than anybody and my cus
tomers will reap part of the benetit oi
my trip." said Mr. Wise, "and I'll be
ItlArP fit to attend to business after my
trip, because I haven't had a vacation
for three years and feel fatigued; tul
when I set back home again, you may
expect a most strenuous campaign for
His many friends wish Mr. wiw a
pleasant and profitable Journey and a
The -steam schooner Prentiss arrived
In loaded with redwooo lumoer "
hlneles from Eureka and proceeded to
Portland yesterdsy morning. In the
afternoon the Brltlsn snip uuuu"
went to sea, the British ship Can Mac
Farland, from Honolulu sailed Into the
harbor, the steamer Geo. W. Elder ar
rived In from San Francisco and the
pilot schooner Joseph Pulitzer came In
and anchored off the O. R. & N. Co.
wharf to obtain provisions and effect a
change of pilots, The latter is. to r-
rn to her post on tomorrow, ine
quartermaster steamer Major Guy How
ard arrived down from roruana in me
morning and made a trip to the forti in
the afternoon. She will continue on the
route as a tender to the forts, barring
COAL TO BURN.
! St coal equals the Rock Springs,
Wyoming, coal. New shipment Just In
Send fn your orders.
These tiny Capsule are superior
to Balsam or vopaioa-.
Cubebs ot Injections andmiy
CURE IN 4 HOUBSPr
the same diseases with.
out Inconvenience. , ..
A delightful Thursday afternoon re
ception was held by Mrs. Amnion Tay
lor at her Kxchange street residence,
which was taatjfully decorated with .a
tt-ealth of flowers for the occasion,
Those present were; Msdms Kd
Taylor. F. J, Taylor. 0. J. Trenchant
K. W. Tallant, Horace Thin. C. U
Thomson, Juy Tuttle. A. Van .Pusen,
Brenham Van imscn,. Frank Spittle, CI.
W. Sanborn, H. 0. Smith. J. H
Smith. P. A. Stokes. Swift. J. V.
Sutherland, M. Chrlstcnsen. Vpshur,
O. Vest. Q. Woods V. S. Cherry
Xtum.in. MvCotmack. Haddock. ln-
aid Stuart, Walter Bobb. O. II. itvorge,
J. N. Orlffitt. Harrison Allen. Adair,
r. W. Fulton. J, A. Fulton. leo. Fiu-
vel. F. A. Fisher, K. Z. Fcgun. C.
S. Brown, J.E. Hlt:l- lvlil Morgan
Monimn Marrs. J. O. PHklngton. u
W. I.oinsberry. and Mis Geary. Mrs.
Tavlor was assisted by the Saturday
Aftr.v.wn club gtil--Miscs Luclle
Oil. Gi-u-e Stokes. Mala Fmlerkkson
Bertha Hobson. Mable Taylor. Francis
Mrs. A. 8telnmt left last evening
for Portland where she win join ner
Miss Gertrude Stockton gave a danc
Ing party at Hanthorn's hall last even
M!s Paly Stockton Is In the tlty
visiting her parents.
The FrUay Afternoon club met this
we.k with Mrs. Philip Stokes on Grand
Mrs. L?vy of San Franc'sco lr In the
city visiting with her sister In-law Mrs
0. M. Cellar.
Mrs. Frank Gunn Is In the city from
atil.. whero she has been vhltlng l.er
sister, Mr. Hell. Mrs. Gunn will vls-1
It her mother Mrs. S. T. Mi Keen.
Vn. o. W. Sanborn entertained or
Friday evening In honor of her on
sv..nk About 30 cuests ti-nloyvd u
charming evening, spent with dancing.
tnrinr. Instrumental music, etc. The
parlors were handuomely decorated.
a feuture of the scheme being the use
cf ro!or.Ml lights. An orchestra wns
In attendance and delicate refreshments
In Gases of Itching, Burning,
And for Renovating and En
riching the Blood.
The Best and Most Economical
Cntlenra Resolvent Pills (chocolate
coated) are the product of twenty-five
years' practical laboratory experience
In the preparation ot remedies for the
treatment of humours of the skin, scalp
and blood, with loss of hair, and are
coallilently believed to be superior to
all other alteratives a well as liquid
blood purifiers, however expennlve,
while enabling; all to eujoy the curative
properties ot precious medicinal agents
without consuming, needless expenses
and often Injurious portions ot alcohol
in which such medicines have hereto
fore been preserved.
Caticura Pills are alterative, antisep
tic, tonic and digestive, and beyond
question the purest, sweetest, most suc
cessful and economical blood and skin
burlflern, humour cures and tonlo-dlees-tlvcs
yet compounded. Medium aaulS
dose, one pill.
' Complete external snd Internal treat
ment for every humour may now be
had to? one dollar, consisting of CntU
cura Simp, to cleanse the skin, Cutloura
Ointment, to heal the skin, and Cutl
eura Kesolvent 1'llls, to cool and cleanse
the blood, A single set, costing but
one dollar, la often sufficient to cure the
most torturing, disfiguring skin, scalp
and blood humours, eczemas, ranhc,
Itchlngs and Irritations, with loss of
hair, from Infancy to age, when phy
sicians and all other remedies fall.
THE PURE V J
unnm wr rbb
The coffee habit Is quickly over
come by those who let Grain-0
take its place. If properly made
' it tastes like flie best of coffee. No
grain coffee compares with it in
flavor or health fulness,
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At groesis srsrywhsrc lie. sad 96c per ptcksga
Foley's fioney "i Taf
beds lung andntops the cough-
Newsy Items of Interest to the 4
In IM9 there weie only seven occu
pations for women.
We hear much about borrowing tru
Uble but who loans It ?
Tui'tientlne placed In the scrub water
will give the house a fresh odor.
tm't tip the fhouldcrs from side to
side when vulklng. It Is an exceeding
ly unriuvful habit.
Miss Floy t Illinois of Indiana has
heen'Mppomt! fcXNlstant attorney-Hen
eral if the Philippines,
The Ainu women In Japan tatou ihrlr
faces to give them the appearance of
mm with whiskers.
Don't let anyone peruale you to eat
raw rice for your complexion. It Is
liable to cause your death.
There are over 4.MS,000 womn env
ploy! at various lines of work In
France lu which men should be.
Mr. Emma A. EHuckman ot Nappa
nee, Ind.. has taught school for fS
year. She certainly la a stk-kr.
Mia Isadora Duncan, an American
girl la creating great excitement In
Vienna by her dancing and graceful
All the healing balsamic virtue In
the Norway pine are concentrated in
Dr. Wood's Norway pin Syrup, na
ture's own remedy for roughs and
TO LADIES OF ASTORIA.
All who wish their lace curtains done
up In up-to-date style will please leave
their orders with Mr. Captain Parker,
corner Seventh St. and Grand Ave.
MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of alt the salves you ever
heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is the
best. It sweeps away and cures burns,
sores, bruises, cuts, bolls, ulcers, skin
eruptions snd plies. It's only 25c, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction by
Charles Boiters. druggist.
KXCURrfKiX RATES KAST VIA
OR BAT NORTHSItN II4ILWAY
Chicago and return, fTl.M,
St. Louis and return, W7.&0.
Peoria and return .2S
St. Pul and return ICO.
Minneapolis snd r"turn $.
DuiutH and return $40.
Date of sale June 4 and B and 4 to
July U and 14 and August 2& to 2J.
Tickets tool 0 days.
For full Information call on or ad
dress,"!!. D'ck.n, city ticket agent, 122
Third stre.-t Portland, Ore.
Th train from the west sl'le yestur
lny ;is di-layed over an hour. by the
breaking of a strap on a sl'le rod. Th
mUhap 'wcurretl on tle oih-r side of
Did you read Ross, HlRxins A Co.'s
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YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
By buying our
DRY GOODS, SHOES, RUBBER
And Oil Goods, Groceries, Cured
Meats, Flour, and Feed.
V. H. COFFEY
Corner Eleventh and Bond.
530 L'OMMKKCIAI, 8TKKKT
Best ini Neatest Eatto; House io Astoria
Try Oar 25-Cent Dinners
i Prompt Attention
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS....... '
Supplies of All kinds at lowest rata, fur fishermen,
Farmera and Loggers. e ,
A Ve AljLBN ''' Teoth ad Commercial Stfttta
KOPP'S FAMOUS BEER
Bottle Or In Keg
North Pacific Brewing Company, Astoria
Ot'iicral lMackitinithiiifr, Host ami Cannery W'ork."
H'cus fur llia;h Clitos Work. Shop Corner of Fif.
tMinth anJ Duuno Streetn,
HOLMES ; 6e
Ws srs prepared to niske Ihrtn on
; short notic snd of th best materials.
. Jet us (Ivs you estimates on any khul
'bt castings or pattern work. Lowest
trices for flrauclaaa iuk.
Tk TELEPHONE NO. 2451.-;
the same; always the best.
i At all dealers.
Sam tho Bands
High Class Chef
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near St. Marv'a 11
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"IRON, STEEL, ;
Scow Bay Iron 6
: Brass Works ;
V,r. lHlH tnd frunk lu ?.
sa viz.: For sale by CONN DRUG CO,
EAOLB DURQ CO., CHAS ROGERS.