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THE MORNING ASTOIUAN.
FRIDAY, AUOUST 7, igoO.
WHEN IN DOUBT WHERE TO GO
TO buy ; ;
TRY CROCKERY DEPARTMENT OF
A. V. ALLEN'S
We have some very choice stock patterns
of Johnson Bros.' (England) semi porce
lainware. Out Kenworth flour Blue and
Newport Apple green are just what you
want. Buy one piece or a doten.
We don't care which; price just the
same. We are leaders of low prices on
semi porcelain white ware dinner plates,
good ones at 50c set. Full sue wash
bowls and pitchers, only $i.ao. If you
want to loose money trade anywhere, but ,
if you want to save money don't fail to
go to A. V. Allen's Crockery Department.
A. V. ALLEN'S
WHERE PEOPLE ALL GO FOR
Luther College Concert Band 4 Chorus,
forty-three pieces in band, chorus and
soloist. Foard & Stokes Hall, Saturday,
August 188. Admission 50 cents; chil
dren, 2.5 cents. 8-17-2t.
1. t GEE 1
Who is known
throughout the United
States on account of
his wonderful cures.
No poisons nor drug used. He guaran
tees to cure catarrh, asthma, lung and
throat trouble, rheumatism, nervousness,
'stomach, liver, and kidney, female com
plaints and all chronic diseases.
SUCCESSFUL HOME TREATMENT.
If you cannot call write for symptom
biank and circular, inclosing 4 cents in
THE C GEE WO MEDICINE CO.
1G21 First St, Corner Morrison,
Please mention the Astoria n
For Kidney and libdder Troubles
Jkware of tounterfntt
AS EASY COMFORTABLE
SHOES. NOTHING MAKES LIFE
AS UNBEARABLE AS POORLY
FITTING SHOES. COME TO ME
AND GET ABSOLUTE SATIS
FACTION. S. A. G1MRE
543 Bond St, 0pp. Fisher Bros,
Best kind of logging shoes j hand
made 1 always on band.
All kinds of shoe repairing neatly
and quickly dona.
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SACKED BY THE OFFICER.
SALEM, August 10. Although only
discharged from the penitentiary yester
day morning, Frank MeKweti, a negro,
who had just completed a sentence of
one and one half year for Iniveny In
dwelling, was evidently paving hla way
to g't Imvk into prison again, judging
from the evidence found on hi peraoii
when found lying dnmk in nn alley and
placed under arrest last night. When
awakened lie gave the name of 'Mack
Snipe,' and the olllcer took him at hi
word and "sacked"' him. A lilank check,
partly filled out, upon the Salem Stat.'
Hank. was found in liis pocket when
searched at the station.
CRAZED BY JEALOUSY.
TACOMA. Ausust lit Armed with
I two .33 calibre revolvers and craml by
; jealousy, Peter Reynard, a longshoreman
I S4 years old, committed sueide on the
lstr.Ht (h!a pvoniiiir after a 1siuriite at
tempt t numUr i;.yw.olJ yAnim Fox
aml Robert Corey, a young man whom
she was walking. Reynard secreted him
self in a doorway and when the young
couple passed on their way from n party
1 he confronted them. After firing flv
1 shots at them one of which took effect
I in the girl's shoulder, he turned the
I weapon on himself and blew out his
girl's family for five years, and was in
sanely jealous of the attentions recently
PiJ her by 70US nian'
ILLEGAL FREIGHT CHARGES.
MOXTPELIER. Vt., August llt-Two
suits against the Central Vermont Rail
road have been brought by Attorney-
Oneral C. T. Fitts. in behalf of the
State of Vetmot on account of alleged
illegal frcgl' charges. The first suit
which is for $10,0(10, alleges that exces
sive freight tariffs have been charged
ami the second, for $5000 damages, de
inan is the return to the state of amounts
alleged to have been collected in excess
of the regular rates. Attorney-C.eneral
Fitts nl'eges that tro state has been
compelled to pay higher rates for all coal
purchased and used by the Insane Asy
"mm at Waterbuy, thac privnto eoni-wn
have paid. ,
CLEARING HOUSE INTERESTED.
CHICAGO, August 16. The Clearing
House Association of Chicago has de
cided to take a band in the tangled af
fairs of the wrecked Milwaukee Avenue
State Bank. Clearing House Bank Ex
aminer McDoiigall has been ordered to
make a thorough examination of the con
ditions existing in the looted institution
and report his findings to the associa
tion. This move was decided upon yester
day at the conference of the C'cntr.-.I
Committee representing the various de
positors' associations with James H.
Forgan, president of the First National
Bank, and a committee of the Clearing
MARRIAGE IS ANNOUNCED.
NEW YORK, August 10. Through the
publication of a notice today announce
ment is made of the marriage of Miss
Mabel B. Abbott to .lohn V. Jaffray.
Miss Abbott, who came East six months
ago from California, is the step-daughter
of Edward W. Reilly, who owns one of
the largest stables in this city.
The wedding took place on Monday at
the Little Church Around the Corner,
Rev. Dr. Houghton officiating.
Miss Ablwtt has spent much time at
the country place of her step-father
near White Plains. She has been study
ing for the stage at a school in this
The bridegroom is a son of Howard F.
Jaffray and grandson of the late E. S.
SHAW BUYS SILVER.
WASHINGTON, August 15. It i an
nounced that Secretary Shaw has bought
5000 ounces of silver at fid cents per
ounce delivered at New Orleans.
TO HELP WELCOME BRYAN.
BAKER CITY, Ore., August 10. Col.
William F. Butcher left last night for
New York to join with other prominent
democrats from all over the country in
welcoming William J. Bryan. He will
attend the great banquet of August .'10.
Colonel Butcher is a personal friend of
Colonel Bryan, and will stop at Lincoln
in returning to discuss with him matters
connected with party affairs.
When pains or irritation exist on any
part of the body, the application of
Ballard's Snow Liniment gives prompt
relief. E. W. Sullivan, Prop. Sullivan
House, El Reno, O. T., writes, June 6,
1902: "I take pleasure in recommend
ing Ballard's Snow Liniment to all wIi j
art afflicted with rheumatism. It In
the only remedy I have found that gives
immediate relief." 25c 60e and tlM
Sold by Hart's drug tor,
NEWS OF OREGON AND THE
FLAMES SWEEP K00TENAY.
Havoc Being Wrought With Timber in
VICTORIA, It C, August 111 -The for
est lire are playing serious havoc with
tiinhor throughout both East and West
Kootenay, and unless rains come soon
the loss will be in the millions. At
Kingsville, seven miles west of Moyle.
the limits of the King I.umW Company
have la-en swept, and the company's
camp burned, the mills themselves being
saved with difficulty. There is an im
mense area burning near the North Star
mine, on the Marysville branch railway,
and in the vicinity of Salmo a tract not
less than eight mile long by five miles
in width is burning. The fire has thus
far been kept to the east side of Salmon
River, but Manager Archibald and his
crew from the Kootenay Shingle Com
pany's comp are about "all in." and at
the end of their resources in fighting the
bhue. Paviea A Saywanl's big limits
in lot 273 are also reported virtually
The excessively dry weather and the
intense heat of the past few weeks have
made the interior forest as inflammable
as tow, and of water to deal with an
extensive fire outbreak there is none.
The entire valley of the Kootenay River
is now dark with the smoke of many
GATE WRECKERS TO BE ARRESTED
TILLAMOOK, Ore, August 111.--lames
F. Reeher, William Ryan, W. H. Had-
ley, Earl Stanley, Ernest lleelitz, and
two other persons, whose names have not
been made known, will lie arrested for
destroying the tollgate on the Wilson
River road. The ttdlgate was torn 011'
011 August 5, and John MeXamer. having
made a complaint against the parties for
falieiously destroying the projierty. Dep
uty District Attorney W. H. Cooper in
dicted them. These parties are settler
on the Wilson River road, who claims
the contract that McNamer claims he
has a right to establish a tollgate and
collect toll was obtained from Claud.;
Thayer, which was granted by the Coun
ty Court for 50 years, ami without even
advertising that the court would lease
the road, nor did it call for bids. This
the settlers claim, the court could not do
le"allv, and that McNamer has no legal
right to hold people up for toll. Thayer
few vears ago let McNamer have the
lease on the understanding that h
ihonld have a percentage of the toll
Thousands of Women
ARE MADE WELL AND STRONG
Success of Lydia E. Plnkhara'a Vegetable
Compound Rests Upon the Fact that it
Really Doei Make Sick Women Well.
Thousands upon thousands of Ameri
can women have been restored to
health by Lydia E. Pinkhama Vegeta
ble Compound. Their letters are on file
in Mrs. Pinkham's office, and prove this
statement to be a fact and not a mere
Overshadowing indeed is the success
of this great medicine, and compared
with it all other medicines and treat
ment for women are experiments.
Why has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound accomplished such
widespread results for good?
Why has it lived and thrived and
done its glorious work for a quarter of
Simply and surely because of its ster
ling worth. The reason no other med
icine has even approached its success
is plainly and positively because there
is no other medicine in the world so
good for women's ills.
The wonderful power of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound over
the diseases of womankind is not be
cause it is a stimulant not because it Is
a palliative, but simply because it is
the most wonderful tonic and recon
structor ever discovered to act directly
npon the female system, positively
cubing disease and displacements and
restoring health and vigor.
Marvelous cures are reported from
all parts of the country by women who
have been cured, trained nurses who
have witnessed cures and physicians
who have recognized the virtue in
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and are fair enough to give
credit where it is due. If physicians
dared to be frank and open, hundreds
of them would acknowledge that they
constantly prescribe Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound in severe
cases of female ills, as they know by
experience that it will effect a cure.
Women who are troubled with pain
ful or irregular periods, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), weakness, dis
placements, inflammation, ulceration,
that bearing-down" feeling, dizzi
ness, faintness, indigestion, nervous
prostration or the blues, should take
immediate action to ward off the seri
ous consequences, and be restored to
health and strength by taking Lydla K,
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Any.
way write to Mrs. Piukham, Lynn,
Mass,, for advice. It's free and alwaa
FIRES ON THE C0QU1LLE.
Many Logs and Much Standing Timber
CtMjnU.K, the.. August lit- Fierce
forest llres have been raging 011 the
('(Hpiille River for several days past.
The worst tire was in the logging camp
of the Cody Lumber Company, or Iuiiii
pa Creek, and iu the .Wen llras.' camp,
in lUtick ( reck, in both of which many
logs as well as standing timber have
been destroyed. It is believed that all
the fires are now practically under con
trol, hut the loss will aggregate several
thousand dollars. The origin is supposed
to have been from sparks from the log
FACING SERIOUS CHARGE.
COQl'ILLK, Ore., August Id.-Maxam
fiarvy, a prospector, 05 years of age, ;
traveling through this place on hie way 1
to Curry county, where he expected t
prospect this winter, was arrested Sun
day evening, charged with a statutory
offense by a " year-old girl. He wa
given a hearing and Ixmnd over to ap-,
pear before the next grand jury. Jli
bail was set at $1000, which he could not
furnish, and he i now in the county
jail. He had a horse and buggy and
ramping out At and 1270 in gold on his
person when arrested.
INJURED IN RUNAWAY.
KOSEIU'IH'!. Ore., August In.-.!. W.
Mullen, a well kunwn hsa) dnirymau.
was the victim of a very serious aeci- ;
dent in this city yesterday afternoon.
His team of horse was run into by an
other team of dry horses driven by Kd.
Ryan. Ryan's horses became frightened
at a traction engine, and being unable
to hold them he was thrown to the
ground, one wheel of the dray passed ;
over one of his ankles, bruising it '
verely. Mullen was driving his horses
directly in front of the runaway team. .
and in the collision Mullen was thrown
from his seat and tramlped beneath the t
horses' hoofs. He sustained three broken
ribs, a fracture of the skull and painful ,
internal injuries. j
NEW BRICK HOSPITAL.
CHEMAWA, Ore., August 1(1. Plans
and specifications were received at the
Indian school here today for a brick
$1.1.(KtO hospital, for which bids will If
received and the contract awarded Sep-'
temlier 1.1. The building is to I sup- '
plied with the latest improved methods ,
of heating and ventilation, and will b';
equipped with the Iwst sanitary ap
pliances. It will Is steam healed and
electric lighted. The main building will:
lie two stories, 80 by 3.1. and will have
two wings, 31 by 24. In connection with j
the new hospital, the school management i
will continue and extend the open-air
sanitarium which it has bad running (
since spring with excellent results. !
PHYSICIAN TO INDIANS.
CHEMAWA, Ore., August 10. Dr. F.
K. Slater, of Salem, has been appointed
physician for the Omaha and Winnebago
Indians of Nebraska, anil will leave for
his post in a day or two, Dr. Sinter
was the physician at the Chemawa In
dian school for nearly a year. He be
came interested inthe Indian work and
requested a permanent appointment from
the Commission of Indian Affairs. Dr.
Slater gave excellent satisfaction at the
Indian school here in treating the dis
eases incident to Indians,
OLD RESIDENT DEAD.
SALKM, August 10. John P. John
son, aged 85 years, and nn old resilient
and business man of this city, died ut
the home of bis son, Walter W. Johnson,
nt 12:30 o'clock this morning of paraly
sis. He was born in Lawrence County,
Indiana, and came to this state in 1K02.
He leaves a widow and nine children,
among the latter of whom is J. H. John
son of Portland.
C0QUILLE MILS ARE BUSY.
COQUILLE, Ore., August 10. The saw
mills in this vicinity are running over
time, which is practically the first time
they have run even full time since the)
San Francisco earthquake, Many of them
would run night and day if hands could
be obtained. All kinds of laborers uri
scarce, especially carpenters.
CASTOR I A
Por Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ONE FOR ALL AND
August 30, 31 and September I
WATCH THIS SPACE
FULL LINE OF ALL KINDS OF CARDS, CHIPS, SCORE
CARDS, ETC. CARDS AT 10c, 15c, 10c, 35c and 30c PER
PACK. SPECIAL PRICES ON LARGE QUANTITIES.
FOR PRESENTATION AND PARTY USE WE HAVE
MANY DIFFERENT PACKS IN THE FAMOUS "C0N
CRESS" 50c CARDS. THIS WEEK WE WILL GIVE
AWAY FREE, LITTLE FOLDERS OF CARD RULES,
ETC. SEE THE SHOW WINDOW.
d. N. GRIFFIN
Good Sample Roomi on the Ground Floor
for Commercial Men
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN' FOX, Pre.
F L BISHOP. Secretary
Designers and Manufacturers of
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FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT
Free Coach to the House
Bar and Billiard Room -Good
Nelson Trovn, Vice-Prea. and Supt,
ASTORIA HAVINGS BANK.Treae
Foot of Fourth Street.