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WEDXKSIlAV MAIUH 11. IS-.
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. K. HAliLOHAN & COMPANY.
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stoiun uutt.nt.M;. - - ass vuu:i:i
Served lt Carrier, jkt veek l.Vits.
Xrtil ly .M.iil. jm-i imiiiiU . tsVls.
" " " uii'tar ... .7.00
Fnv or Mt:iii ii tslMTtli-v
wd""Ailverii:triiiii: invrli'il ! Uif ur:tt
the rate of S2 per saiuue per inuiilh. Tran
sient advertising lift v cent per squan- earn
Xotloe To Adrerf Iser"..
The Astobiax guarantees to itad
witlsers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Sheriff R093 gives notiue concerning
Times are Retting belter. Even ihe
daya are not as "short" as they were.
Paints, plaques, pigments, and artists'
materials of nil kinds can be found nt
Griffin fc Reed's city book store.
A burning chimney at A. Gilbert's
houa opposite the court house; brought
tut the department at 11 yesterday niorn
mz. No damage.
The cries of a Chiiinninn at 11 iW !.(
night at Flavel'Hifharf brought a crowd
of men down who n-red the Mongolian
as he was going down for the last lime.
Tho Jas. A. O't.-fir-il la loading lumber
at Kinney's dock for o:ithem California.
Tho lumber is hauled from the Clatsop
mill at an expense of fifty cutis a thou
The Lr.dieii Aid Syciely will give a so
ciable at tho hon-f of Mr.. Kliwm: to
morrow evening, lee croam and cake
will be erved. and a g'iu -al invitation is
Couiuiiesion-j have been iuHl In !. A.
Brown Louis "Wilson asul Allen Novo.,
the newly elected state board of pilot
commissioners. At their first meeting
they will elect a clerk.
In the New York pilot sen ice there
ate nineteen boHi.-. with 3U." licenced ;ii-Iot.-.
all but two of whom re iu active
service. During 13S1, fi,01."i veeta we ro
piloted in and out of the harbor vi ;t to
tal cost to the ves-! owners of til..-41K.4.-..
Unemployed men .should think twics
before leaving where thy are to come
here this season, unless th'y have enough
money to earn them away again; and
this isnid to save sn.iirv a Wtjll-tneaniug
and deserviugruan bitter disappointment
to come here and be unable to get work.
Heiter stay where you aie for a while
Gov. Moody has granted a full pardon
to Josiah lhitterrle'd. who was .eutonced
in August. 13&J, U four years' imprison
ment in the Oregon penitentiary for the
crime of larceny committed in this coun
ty. Butterfield was but 17 years old
when convicted aud of previous good
character, and during his incarceration
is said to have been faithful and obedi
ent to prison rules.
The barkentiue ltn U'bliaiitri and
tho steamer Beda which left San Fran
cisco Saturday, arrived in yeMerdnv af
ternoon. The Beda has cannei v supplies
for Wm. T. Coleman A. Co., I. L. Beck A
Sous, "Win. Hume, and the .North Shore
Packing company. After discharging
she -will go to Clifton and finish unload
ing; from there to Portland and load rail
road iron for San Francisco.
The Portland papers are directing pub
lic attention in that city to a recent arti
cle in the West Shore which gives the
Willamette moss backs some well de
served hits. It scores the class of Ore
goni&ns who have got rich because they
couldn't help themselves and whohata
to se a white man come here to live un
less he pays tribute to them, for it was
they who discovered this country.
Perhaps nothing better illustrator the
dullness of the times than the eagerness
of the Chinese to get n job. laually in
March, John is on his dignity. He is in
demand at canneries and elsewhere.
Hint him up and offer him four bits to
carry some wood in and he smiles end
says, 'one dolla." The rascal has ou
and he knows it. and after you have
agreed to give him the "dolla"' he says
he will come "to-molla." and may be will
and may be he wont. But this spring it
is different. Let a load of wood be
dumped at a door and presently come
half a dozen clamming lor the job and
not at all particular. They will do it for
four bits two bitn, right away, and go
to work at once in the heavily-falling
The AsroKUN is iu receipt of a circular
from the ".New York Bureau of I niversal
Information." Joe Cook, who lectured
here last fall, is a whole bureau of in
formation in himself, but he is a Boston
man which accounts for it. This New
York bureau says it will answer any
proper question "for twenty-five cents.
That is. if there is anything you want to
know, provided it is proiwr." vou know,
all you have to do is to send our ques
tion (and twenty-five cents) to this New
York bureau and by return mail you get
your answer. Sow this comes as near
tilling a long felt want as anything since
Jeff started his free lunch. By this
morning's mail we send to the bureau a
nice, crisp postal note for fifty cents, and
the two questions, as follows, namely,
viz., to-wit, 1st: "When is the Clatsop
road to be built:" 1'nd: ''What is the
York concern promptly answers, we here
by serve notice that we shall bring suit
for an attempt on their part to obtain
money under false pretenses.
Just think of it. Adlor sells Micet
music just exactly at half price no
matter what piece yon want, vocal or
instrumental, just half of publis-hers
Srice. Music and Instruments :t cost,
o ue, everything has got to be sold.
Or course eerythhiglakc- time, but
Adler's closing out sale is talked of
in every household, and by selling ev
erjihing at Mich terrible low prices he
Muuvstiiat he means business. Jlisstock
of Silverware is going rapidly, but who
would not buy at his price's. Books
he almost gives away, and every thing
else just the same. Picture frames.
Albums, Pocket and Table cutlery.
Hairbrushes, Conib, Soap and oilier
useful articles for a mere nothing.
For a X eat Fitting; Hoot
Jr Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
uamus street, next door to 1. V. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
For Dinner Parties to order, at short
notice, go to Frank Fabre's.
One of the finest billiard tables on the
coast at Jeffs "Telphone."
roMMnv ou.veib rnora:m's.
The city council met :it regular session
last evening: a full b srd present. Min
utes of lat meeting read and approved.
A petition from J. .O. Charters asking
permission to erect a Imrber pole in the
first ward: referred to street committee.
A communication was read from Mi
chael Denny asking hat $'2d be refunded
to him; said $'J0 having been iuntosed as
a fine upon him b the police judge: re
ferred to committee on health and po
lice. A communication from B. S. WorsSey.
in relation to the electric fire alarm, and
offering to keep it in order, and guaran
teeing its successful working for ten dol
lars a month. On motion the communi
cation was referred to the er-chief of the
Astoria fire department, P. P. Hicks.
A communication from C. W. Longh
rey, chief of police, regarding the sus
pension of Police Officer Steabb, was re
ferred to the committee of the whole for
investigation next Friday evening. .
Keports of police judge and street sup
erintendent for February were referred
to appropriate committee.
An ordinance providing that the assess
ment and levy of tares for the year 18S4
be declared null and void and of no ef
fect, and that all tares paid be refunded,
was read first and second times and
Ordinances granting liquor licences to
Tno. Krikson and Aler. Grant were pa-sed
under suspension of the rules.
An ordinance making provision re
garding the discharge of prisioners in
the police court, who have deposited bail,
was read first aud second times and re
ferred to health and ;olice.
An ordinnnce "regulating the police
force of the city of Astoria," was rend
first and -Tecmi times and referred to
committee on niles aud regulation-.
The following claims woreordered paid.
G. F. J'atker. S'J-iO: Greenfield. $1.70:
M. Conlev. H1: .M. Devenanx. s5; K. P.
A resolution w.ts adopted instructing
M. Conley, contractor for lighting the
streets, lo'presenl his bill on the first of
the month to the auditor and clerk, who
shall certify lo :nie. fn motion coun
V rit!ilri S jmi !.
VVdnesdas bout from Victoria had
among its psseng-rs ne Mr. J. S.
Tcmplin. who related a singular .-itory.
She says two w el.-. Mid five days ago she
mwrned Temp! in iu Sppfciini Fj1!s. The
day following their ii.arringe- lie in
formed her thv he had committed a
crime in Mont -1:1a and ti:l a rewatdof
j?1,.";0 was olFetrd for bin:. Tl:iy lied ti
Vicloria, where fr a few i1kv they lived
happily. On Saturday !a-t he told'horhe
was 5'oinc up to Hastings to secnie a
job. and she pawned her gold v. jtch and
chain to furnish him with money, in
stead of going up the Fra e river he toi k
iuu bieaiuer lur iiituiu.i, ;tuu lroiu tuere
went south over the Northern. The de
serted wife immediately gave chase, aud
is now on the road headul for bpoKaiie
Falls, where she thinks her husband
may have gone to sell a house and lot
she owns thero. Telegrams wero sent to
cause his arrest. Mr?. Templin is n
handsome, intelligent looking lady, wears
a sealskin snok and a bewitching smile,
and is about the last person iu the woild
a man of good judgment would inn away
from.- ultlr Chioulcl.
Ittu hlt-nN .trill n .Sa !-.
Tm:BfwST Sai.vk in the world for
Cuts, Hrui.es,Sres.ricer.s,Salt Hheum.
Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped llaud-.
Chilblains. Corns, ami nil Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed lo ghi
perfect satisfaction, or money 1 el 1111. led.
Prlt-eis." cents per bov. For -ale b W.
E. Dement A: Co.
.1 Happy Thought.
It ui. .1 happj thought that led to id.
prluetion of a Vonci'iitraVd lniit sw-uTh:iriii!f-
in its uatiuelhai it mat
be given either to the Mother or her
habe. rcliked alike bv 1h)IIi, uttd of
such wonderful eltlcaex that all who
tal.- it feel brighter and happiei. V.
K. Dement A Co. will furnish amone
wishing S 1 up of I'lsr a trial bottle fnv
ofeharge.'oi will m'H " cent Mid one
Hot l.tmrli, :it the 'IVIrpboitr
Fitun II Ut'i every daj.
A line lunch with diittt: or einr,V-
n ehnrge after two rel.ul..
5r.i S4-IK Suck H! I'.Ofev.' Al -.awed
cedar xhdigii A I'u'.l M ghaniiileed in
At Fran It Fulr-s.
Hoard for s2() a mouth. Th
iu the cih. Dinner from ." to 7.
Io V.ui TZiinli dial -Joff of
Tin Chop Iloitx
Gives oii a meal foi nothing, and a
gla-s of Mtmclhing lo drink".' "Not
much ! hut hegivisa belter uwal aud
more of ll Wian any place iu town tor
J. er nl. He huysliv the wholeile and
pavs cash. "That settles il."
Dee-, not make any second-class pic
tures at hi ew Gallery, No. Cl.on
Kr;ih Ilastern and Shoalwater
Constantly on hand, cooked lo any styli
a't Frank FabrcV.
AH the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the ehoicet
perfumery, ami toilet article.-., etc can
be bought" at the lowest prices, at . I. V.
Conns drug store, opposite Oe'iden
Don't iay 25 to "0 cents for dinner
when you can get a better one al the
Telephone lor 13 cents from ll to 2.
Private card rooms at .left's new .sa
loon "The Telephone."'
Buy your ltme.of Gray at Portland
Are you made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizzhic, Lo& of
appetite, Yellow Skin.' ShUoVs Vital
Izer is a positive cure. For -ate h;. V.
Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Sniloir.s Yitalizcr. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. K. Dement.
Suii.oii's Cuke will immediately
relieve Crouu. Whooping Cough, anil
Bronchitis. Sold by W. E. .Dement & Co
Spwh tr CenjrrtMBiAn Hrorse on tlie Hier
sail Harbor BUI I, the Hotup or
rnrjr 19, 1SS."..
Mu. "Chviuman: I had intended to urge
on this floor the adoption of amend
ments to several portions of the bill af
fecting my state, but on mature reflec
tion, in view of the great difficulties in
the way of successful amendment upon
the house floor, the consequence of re
jection, the impending dangers to the
passage of any bill, and in view of iw.st
experience, I have deemed another plan
of action more advisable and promising
greater succrf ere this bill becomes a
I have ever been c friend of river and
harbor improvement, full and broad in
its spirit and nationality, and so long as
I have a vote it shall be cast in favor of
the use of oar surplus public money for
the public welfare. 1 must, however,
take this occasion to call the attention of
the house and the country to two great
works in my state omitted in the bill as
1 regrei exceedingly that our commit
tee has not included the improvement of
the mouth of the Columbia river. Con
gress is commit fed lo the work. Three
years ago we appropriated :?7,T00 for a
commission of engineers to examine and
rejvrt on this project. I'nder that hw a
1 ward of eminent engineers was consti
tuted, who visited the locality and. so
far as all practical purposes is concerned,
unanimously agreed on the necessity,
utility and general plan of the work, and
only diffexed in opinion as to the height
to which the. jetty would have to be
raist-d and the distance out it would
have to be projected. lalh of which
iioinis of difference's cxpt-rienco must
hereafter, determine ere appropriation
for that paft is required. The minority
thought that the good work conld lie ac
complished without carrying the jetty so
high or so far. The niiimritv s.iv us to
'I lie work iiojnn M1011M be lr -liRbt
only toilic level of I w tide. Jf. however.
rviTieiiee slum lili'iuwi-rtrai'-the 1 s.t
fn" laisiitg tin jelly to !' 'del grv!d r
than low vvalT. 11 i-j.ii lenl 1 l-t-i i.i'i.ii the
i.iK.'rcttv .is;t fiiml:itiiM.
As to length they say:
This j, tt : ! -Jop hnrl .f .1 h.iiii tlin-c
miles south of C"-ijh 1 n;poiti!Hi.-iil " I
priloiix-il liexonil it a evpcrieiu-e ms in-i-ate
i 1 In liei-i-stry.
Another gratifying feature is the rea
sonable pcisjrf-ct of the const rui t i n of
this jetty at a cos? much less than es
timated by the engineers. In their ic-
lort they say:
This j-t:j W eipeele.1 In b.
stone. niM Ihe estimate it 1 n th:'.
Speaking of substituting
stone, they use the.se werds:
Aj.ttorible eiiciiiusiHiiro IsUu-anpaiei t
absence over a if .i:i!pmble icrslli of ihr
proposed work ot the M-u-wnrm WtirrcJo jk -rnbVi
wiiicli iu soni' other -ceiion-of the
emmtry urns so wry hiutf.il lo struc
tures of which jvimit forms a p.ul.iiit pnte
tic lly jirohihits its i.se for vjuksol aier
Tho estimated cost was 0:1 the basis of
Htone and heaton blocks as material, but
if, as is recommended l3 the engineers,
mattresses aud piiing can Ik.- used, the
twst will !e greatly decreased. Whatever
other iK.iieticirtl catiHea tuav exist this
m.u-h is certain, that the- gro.it quau
iitv.il' flesh water at the mouth of the
Columbia rivxr is death to that greatest
enemy of woodwork, the tt-iedo; besides,
tho Hands, from the great natural causes
constantly operating, will pile up around
and through the jetty to the utter de
struction of this worm even iu salt
In addition lo (Lis we find the chief of
eugiueers, in his rejiort saying that
FApeneii-e on iiiipioveineiits at o.her
'ivgoticis'i'l entrance? continues to he fa
vorable for ihe piofnpt ;urrtM stiil leouc
ti.m of the cost tii ihe Columbia e:1.
Two years ago our house committee in
the river aud harbor bill gave the sum of
$73,000 lo commence thin work uuder the
r&coiuniendatiou of the board of engi
neers. This paased the house, but us the
river and harbor bill died iu the Senate it
did not become a law. This was iu the
forty-seventh congress. In the river and
harbor bill of last yeur this house con
curred iu a senate amendment nnd $100,
U00 was voted io commence this great
work; and now the chief uf engineers
asks for $5C0,0lW, und expresses the be
lief that the jetty it will enable to be
constructed will "check the present shift
ing tendency of the channel southward,
increase the'depth, and give prompt re
lief to a large aud increasing shipping."
Last December 1 introduced a bill to
appropriate this 'sum. The importance
of the work is national. Like some
other great works located in mytate its
local benefits nre not only to the state of
Oregon but also 10 the territories of
Washington, Idaho, and a large portion
of Montana. It will be also of national
benefit in diverting a trade of a consider
able portion of British Columbia into
This improvement will afford us over
thirty feet of channel over the bar. The
Columbia river entrance is directly out
to sea from the only break in a most for
midable mountain range from Mexico to
British Columbia. It will give us a great
national harbor on the Pacific coast for
the transcontinental trade to Asia; in
fact, by it we promote the welfare of our
whole commerce nliroad.
1 regret to learn that an erroneous im
pression exists iu the minds of some of
jlie members growing out of a supposed
similarity of circumstances nt the mouth
of the Columbia river and Gulf ports
where the prospective success of the sub
merged jetty system is being questioned.
At Galveston and other places the plan
has been to build jetties over the bar
concentrating the flow of the water be
tween the jetties and thus clear out a
channel between the jetty walls through
Engineers like Captain Ends claim that
submerged jetties under such conditions
will do effect ivo work for two reasens:
First, the waste oi water over them, and
secoud. the deposit of sand between the
jett:e3 daring tvery storm. They claim
that the jetties should be carried above
the sea level iu order to utilize the lim
ited flow of water in nianj- of these, bays
and outlets and thus secure sufii
qient scouring capacity. This, however,
would not apply to the mouth of .the Co
lumbia river where tho flow is probably
five Cmet as great as in tho south pas3 of
the Mississippi where Ends placed his
famous e t.t a. So also with the other ob
jection that the sand will wash over the
submerged jetty in storms and fill up
and obliterate any channel which the
current in calmer weather might be able
to excavate. This, even if true elsewhere,
has no application to the work at ihe Co
lumbia entrance. There only one jetty is
to be constructed Cape Disappointment
already forming the other. This jetty is
not to be across any bar and is not intend
ed to deepen any channel alongside of it
as at Galveston and other points. The
jetty is to be nlaced on Clatsop spit and
will be seven 1 miles inside 01 the bar,
and when the plan is carried out tho old
situation will have been restored which
gave us thirty-five feet over tho bar as in
1731, and thirty-four feet in 1S11.
So the objections to submerged jetties
elsewhere do not apply to the Columbia
river improvement, and even if they did
we have already seen that the jetty can
easily tie raised to the sea level. There
can be no question about the perfect
feasibility of this improvement.
IIII.1. XVK TO THK !Ith.MI)L7.
DnvnSin 'Ihe painful duty of taming
overtoj-ou the administration of the.-t
United States and the key lo the front
door of the white house has neeii assigned
to me. You will find the key hanging
inside of the storm door and the cistern
pole up stairs iu the hay-mow of the
It is eipccttd that you will make suc-u
changes in your cabinet and other furni
ture as you may see fit. The asparagus
bst', however, will nwd a little top dress
ing in the spring, aud you can do ns you
see fit about putting pillow-shams on
the pie-plant bd. In your attitude to
ward foreign powers you will, of course,
have your own ideas, and a suggestion
from meat this time would bs entirely out
of place. Govern the people with a firm
yet gentle hand, aud put a little rat poi
son down cellar where it will do the most
I have made a good many suggestions
to the- outgoing administration relative
to the transfer of the Indian bureau from
the department of the interior to that of
the "sweet b3e and bye." The Indian,
I may say, has Iieen a great source of au
noyniiceto me, several of their number
having jumped one of my most valuable
mining claims on White river. Still I
do not complain of that. This mine,
however, I am convinced would be a good
paying property if properly worked, and
should you nt any time wish to take the
regular army and such other help as yon
may need and recapture it from our red
brother, I would bo glad to give yon a
controlling interest iu it. "
You will observe, on taking po.s.u-3-sion
of the administration, that the navy is a
little bit weather-beaten and wormy. I
would suggest that it lie newly painted
iu the spring, If it had lieeuniy good
fortune lo receive a majority of the suf
IFAC-SIMILE OF TYPEsWRITER-LETTER.
TO THE PUBLIC, GREETING:
Boards of Health are now everywhere
correcting the faults of sewerage and ad
vising the people how to prevent future
But other precautions are necessary,
without which no amount of Sanitation
can avail. Dr. Koch says that cholera
has but little chance among those who
keep the digestive organs and the liver,
skin and kidneys (the sewers of the body)
in healthful operation.
Warner's SAFE Remedies are the best
scientific Curatives and Preventives, and
we cannot too much emphasize the import
ance of -using them now, as a safeguard
against any future scourge.
Much of the common ailments are
caused, not primarily by bad blood, but
by IMPAIRED LIVER AND KIDNEYS. This re
sults in blood corruption and injury to
the entire system. Remove this impaired
action, and most ordinary ailments will
disappear. Other practitioners have held
that extreme liver and kidney disorders
are incurable. We, however, by the
severest tests, have unanswerably proved
the contrary. Please nete:
FIRST. WE DO NOT CURE EVERY KNOWN
DISEASE FROM OjtfE BOTTLE. Warner's Safe
Remedies are specifics, which have been
successively put upon the market ONLY IN
OBEDIENCE TO STRONG PUBLIC DEMAND. These
remedies are: Warner's SAFE Cure, for
kidney, liver, bladder and blood disord
ers, General debility, Irapotency, gravel,
female irregularities; Warner's Safe
Diabetes Cure, for Diabetes the only
known specific: Warner's Safe Rheumatic
Cure for Rheumatism, Neuralgia; Warner's
Safe PILLS for constipation, diarrhoea,
biliousness; Warner's Safe Nervine for
nervous disorders; Warner's Safe Throat
ine for Asthma, catarrh; Warner's Tippe
canoe for all stomach derangements.
SECOND. --Yarner's Safe Remedies, spite
of all opposition, have won the victory
and are everywhere recognized as leading
THIRD. After six years of unequalled
experience, we give these unqualified
GUARANTEE I. That Warner's Safe Reme
dies are pure, harmless, effective.
GUARANTEE II. That the Testimonials
used by us, so far as we know, are
bona fide, with a forfeit of $5,000
for proof to the contrary.
GUARANTEE III. That Warner's Safe
Remedies are NOT MERELY TEMPORARY,
BUT PERMANENT, IN THEIR CURATIVE
EFFECTS AND WILL SUSTAIN EVERY
CLAIM, IF USED SUFFICIENTLY AND
PRECISELY AS DIRECTED.
FOURTH. Special inquiry among hun
dreds of our oldest patients results in.
unequivocal testimony that the cures
wrought six, five, four and three years "
ago, were PERMANENT. And most of these
Patients were pronounced INCURABLE when
they began Warner's Safe Remedies. Read
ft few of Thousands of examples:
frages of tho people for tho. office you
hold, I should have painted the navy red.
Still that need not influence you in the
course which you may see lit to adopt.
You will find all paiers iu their appro
priable pigeon holes, and a small jar of
cucumber pickles down cellar, which were
left over and to which you are perfectly
wulcome. The asperities and heart burn
iniH that wero the immediate result of
a hot and usually bitter campaign, are
now all buried. Take these pickles and
use them as though they were j'our own.
They are none too good for you. You de
serve them. We may differ politically,
i but t hat need not "interfere with our
warm, personal friendship.
You will also find a ton of coal left
t owr, and an old ax in the woodshed,
which a man from Ohio left with us to
have ground. Of course you do uot
iuako a 'business of receiving presents,
bat cannot refuse to receive those a3 a
slight testimonial of regard and not in
the nature of a bribe.
There are many affairs of grf at iaor
ment which I hare not enumerated in
this brief letter, because I felt some little
delicacy and timidity about appearing to
be nt all dictorial or officious about a
matter wherein the public might charge
me with interference.
I hope you will receive the foregoing
in a friendly spirit, and whatover your
convictions may be upon great questions
of national interest, either fereign or do
mestic, that you will not undertako to
blow out the gas on retiring, and that
you will iu oilier ways realize the fond
anticipations which are now cherished in
your behalf by a mighty people whose
aggregate eye is now on you.
P. S. You will be a little .surprised,
no doubt, to find no soap in the laundry
or bath rooms. It probably got into the
campaign in some wav and was absorbed.
On the 1st of March seven of tho
twelve clerks in the traffic department,
three in the comptroller's and twelve of
the niuetcon in the auditing department
Portland office of the O. K. it X. Co.
were discharged, while the wages of th
remaining employes were reduced from
23 to 30 per cent. Somo time ago all the
officers of tho O. It. it N. Co., from Mr.
Frescptf down, suffered a very consider
able re Inction in their salaries.
Spring salmon and Bpriug chicken are
more plentiful, especially the salmon.
T?0. LEWIS. Esq.. Customs Dffr.l
San Francisco, Cat, suffered for io
years lrom Uravcl and kidney dis-i
order, rhvsicians said be mnl.lf
never be cured, but 4 bottles of)
wamers aAFLure,m 1 8S 1, restored!
him to full health. June 23, 18S4, he
wrete: "tnc cure in ibai was per
B. F. LARRABEE, Esq., 42 Chestcn
Square, Boston, Mass., in 1879, was!
given up by several prominent Boston
physicians as incurable from Bright's
Disease. He took over 200 bottles)
of "Warner's Safe Cure, in iSSo-2,(
and Oct. 6, 1SS4, wrote that the
"cure was as permanent as surpris-l
ELDER TAMES S. rRESCOTT. Box
262, Cleveland, Ohio, founder of 1
North Union Shakers : In 1S78 was
pronounced incurably sick of chronic;
Bright's disease, bv the best nhvsi-
cians. Then he resorted to Warner'sv
Sake Cure. March 12, iSS,, wrete:
" Health never better, lust nastl
aomyear. ucr. 13. iesa: "l ami
enjoying a very comfortable degree of
ncaitn. tie says al-;o, " 1 am an
enthusiast over Warner's S.rECure.
Used 4 doz. bottles.
Mrs. S. A. CLARK, East Granhy,.
Conn., in 1SS1 was utterly used up
with constitutional and female com-
plaints of the vv orst kind. In Xovem-
llr lKR cll ii'rnln. AWmto.. -
Safe Cure cured mc four years ago.
and has kept ins well to tlii-; day.'"'
R. II. McMICHAKL, of Empor-a.y
Kans., in 1SS0, while living at
South Bend, Ind , had inflammation I
of the bowels and a hard lump
formed on his right skle covcrins
half the abdomen. Forty doctor
e.xanuncu mm, live treated Iutn but!
gave Inm no hope of cure. 1 Ic losi
sixty-five pounds of flcMi. June ist,
1034, lie began using Warner s Saff
Cure, 23 bottles of winch fully re
stored his health. July 15th, 1SS4,
he wrote. " My cure is permanent.
I was a livinir skeleton, who was re.
stored by the u?e of Warner's SafeJ
THE REV. AXDREW J. C.RA-v
IIAM.fl'.E.). Grand Island. Neh ..'
in lSSi was pronounced fatally sickj
Willi UngUt s disease. I le could "elf
no relief from phvicians. lie then)
used Warners Safe Cure. luly 7,1
1 iS4, he wrote from England, "Alii
local trouble has disappeared. Have
taken no medicine for nearly a vcar.
J NO. L. CLARK, M. D., Watcrloo,
N..V., iniS8l was prostrated witht
Bright disease, crick on the back,)
rheumatism and malaria. From the A s i A ' -.m. '
latter he had suffered for fifteen ycarA rUz? Jf ,i, W&
without help. In July, 1SS4, he? vJrWM. J& iVCWT V r
says: "Warner's S.rE Cure curedV
me in 188 1, and I am now sound and)
FIFTH. It is no small satisfaction to
ils to know that very many thousands of
people owe their life and health to.
Warner's Safe Remedies.
Rochester, N.Y. ,
-u!Zh NOTE:p above is, ice believe, the first facrtmilU tow
WTUr which ftu teen tw3 in publlo print, und it U certainly verJUriMnwA
Spring Opening !
(I L O A K S. 1 "f :
flwl I 1 HKSIIfcti and
- ir-finii 11 T imrrrrrirr ri ir
Ginghams, Foulards, Sateens, Seersuckers,
Shirtings, Zephyrs, Lawns, Prints,
WE WILL SHOW
On Monday, March 9th,
And following ilavs. the choicest selection of
Ever brought to Astoria at exceedingly LOW PRICES.
EMBR0IDER3ES AND LACES
We haw received per express, direct from New York importers oyer 11,000 yards
or Cambric Embroideries ottlu latest designs from .'S to .";o
per cent, "under former prices.
Hand Made Trochon Laces from 10 to 50 Cents per Yard.
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING HOUSE
asllSilll pi nTuiun
UL.U I nillU;
SfcSSKnrrrv vrmir t it n
Boots and Shoes.