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ISSUED EVBRY MORNING.
HAIAOUiK & COMPANY,
PuMKhefx .iwd I'ntjirirtots.
Vtyh lij Qktiiy. Hr tk ....
Vat Jy Matt. jor mh;U ...
rnl ly Mall, one yar
Krw ol KWa5 -iJrrilcr
The A-Toni vv cnanntTo So its ndvci
tTSTltr lnrvi u4'it:i:iiii of any uwji
T r witviil tut the Columbia rivi-r.
CIT)' AtU COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
School in district K. J elopes fort lie
sumtuor vacation on June G.
r i ii -ii I
TorpaicHurenu club will give '
.. .. .j- .-:..-. ..r i. :
n.- iii.-i in a Niira i Mini" :! Ill's
n April 11.
, . , t.
net. .us e:gar
anti w rcaiiy
V. F. SchenV h ojent
factory on aijiui streat
Bell fc Goodell direct attention to
the advantages of Kindred Park, a
tract that finds ready sale.
The anniversary exercises of the
Y. M. C A. will be hold at the opera
houc next Snudny evening.
Next Sunday will be E:isler Sunday,
and the ladies are selecting fascinat
ing head gear of various slKipes and
The Young's Kiver delegates to the
Republican county convention are
Chris. Peterson. II. Carnahan and A.
The rainfall last month in Astoria
aggregated 7.5G inches; 3Iarch. S9, it
was TulS inches: March, 'SS, G.G1:
March. 'ST. 1G.11.
The next attraction to appear
at the opera house is Cleveland .t
Haverly's mastodon minstrel company,
who nro booked for the 17th inst.
Tlie case of Mrs. Baker who was
charged with keeping a house of pros
titution, has been continued in the
police court until the return of her
Tolice judge Jewett yesterday
tamed over to the city treasurer the
sum of S20G, which had been collected
in the police court in lines, during
tbe mouth of March.
A shipment of S0.000 pounds of
salmon from "Westminster, B. C, to
Ilnrnburgwas to be madeyesterdoy.
The fish are to be packed in ice and sen t
forward by the car load.
At the Republican primaries at
Clatsop last Mondav C. A. McGuire,
F. H. Ward, a W. Carnahan and Jt.
A. Abbott were elected delegates (o'V i- Tr- l
the Republican count v convention. U"10,s vliS,tv l " 1SSC3
1 Mary and Buby Foster. He is accom-
Considerable or a printing outfit is
on the U. P. dock, consigned to Geo.
HIbberi of this citv. Rumor has it
that he and O. W. Dunbar will shortly
legin the publication of Totrn Tall;
The Astoria Real Estalv Journal
or date April 1st. ISM. w;is issued yes
terday afternoon from the office of
Wingate t Stone, and will be sent far
and wide This issue has a circula
tion of 1.500.
. . ; ,-",,, ' vras t01 to berth along side the IT.
A fiue engine r.nd boile.r has been p. dock last evening aud wilt corn
received here, f.jithe Fulton Ironjmenco this morning lightering 5,350
works of San Francisco, which is to j cases tin-plate.
ue pwran in hip mui'wenmcr notr hc-
mg bailt at the Pacific Iron work
the Alaska service.
A printing pros and outfit is on the
7V77(fOHt dock awaiting transporta
tion Kick to Portland. It is or the
old-fashioned kind, brass-mounted,
with an elliptic escapement, and of
snch is tlie kingdom of heaven.
The Morning Astoriax is asked
who scut the dispatch referred to in
yesterday's issue, regarding an al
leged agreement among English
houses to bnv no Pacific coast salmon
till July 1st 1S81. Tt was Felling,
Stanley & Co.
Two Norwegians, named Jonas
Fjortoft and Engebright Johnsen, yes
terday decided to no longer claim pro
tection of the kiug of Norway, but to
identify themselves as citizens of the
laad which rejoices in having the engle
ns its emblematic bird.
At the Salem penitentiary the three
men who each cut a hand 6lT are still
confined in companionless dungeons.
The two who cut the ends of their
fingers off were released from the
dungeon a few weeks ago and are now
at work in the fouudrv.
Pythian castle is to be improved by
a raised dais five feet wide all around
the hall. The room will also be car
peted and after said repairs are made
no more dances will take place there
Seaside lodge No. 12, A. O. TJ. W., and
Astor lodge K. of P., jointly pay for
Last Monday evening the bod.v of
&n unknown man was found iloating
ia the river neur Stella, a little vil
lage above Oak Point. Yesterday the
coroner came down on the S. O. Reed
Itom. Kalama and took charge of the
remains; but up to last evening the
body had not been recognized.
Yesterday was all fool's day, and
naanytrere the tricks played on un
suspecting humanity. Packages of all
kinds were lying arouud, innocent
looking bundles were seen upon the
sidewalks, apparently just dropped,
nod more than one victim bit at the
varions hooks which were so well
Quite an excitement was occasioned
at about Si30 last evening as a loud re
port was heard from the vicinity of
the post oSce, and everybody within
soudrufibed there to sec who was
(feat It was only a Chinese bomb
which had been thrown on the square
to explode, and. of course, the perpe
trator could not be found.
Gilded niekels are floating around
the country again. Gilding nickels in
order that the may be disposed of
in this manner is not new, but in a i
owe recently reported at Seattle
pains had been taken to mill the edge
of the coin in such a manner that its
resemblance to a half eagle, except for
the "Y" on one side, is almost exact
So common Las this species of conn -
tarfeiting become, that the United
States do longer coin the nickel 5-
Mr. Siebold recently imported to
ntn 41u "Pnnillninn Trihiinp. nnd
fa.n. ii 41, a l?nef livsrvl?) WYf) rmf line
the East Oreyonian out, has .. J memners ot tins company are
rf. iiv nvnim I hereby notified to appear al their arm
lie sv iuy experience ' .. ir.i..i.. ..n; i,;io,i
ls been a disastrous one. financially.
jeriy every cent a possesseu x useu
-seepuM; the Tribune m proper
m. asd I believe 1 have made it a
faidy good &ewgpaper. I relinquished
it fettMse my finances were down to
thttr lowest bb, aad I wm vouchsafed
MMppoct or eaooimgenent when
THE SALMON SEASON,
One Cannery to Begin Active
?i::i:tixg or Tin: visjtermks.
According to the almanac the salm
n season on the Columbia river
,vr.,rt,i mcuo.,- i.. ,.... i:wi
outward manifestation or the fact.
X one bean packing; and not more
tlian half a dozen boats went out.
They reported last evening averaging
' 12 to the boat. The salmon brouchtin
were all fine Chinook salmon, running
from 2o to 33 pounds in weight The
few caught met with ready sale.
The Recti brought down 200 last
1 night, some of them from Portland,
I some picked up along the river. They
were consigned to George & Barker.
lf; ij7.i .i i.i : ,.
xi o u.muoiuuu iu.il .u.icjiim win uc
i gin packing salmon this morning.
It wu reported that these fish had
been bought atJJ1 cents a pound, the
jmv )rjC(4 )Crm accounted for by the
factu,:it they had been caught to supply
the Portland market, and that by a
previous understanding, lvallich and
other Portland fish dealers were to
supply Messrs. George and Barker
with the overplus at the same price
that they (the Portland fish dealers)
It is thought that such sales will
i not be of long contin nance.
Hie fishermen held a meeting last
evening, at which a variety of subjects
were discussed. The price of salmon
w;is a topic that was not touched on.
It was decided that the fishermen
would in future hold weekly meetings
and that the law be strict
ly observed as to fishing between
Saturday and Sunday evenings. The
matter of cutting down the number
of boats on the river was discussed,
the general opinion of those present
favoring that measure.
In general the conditions remain
the some, but little of active move
ment being likely to occur during the
J. W. Crow, of Kunppa. is in the
E. C. Hughes returned last evening
from a business trip to Portland.
Mrs. J. F. Ferchen leaves this
morning on a visit to Deer Island.
Fish Commissioner E. P. Thomp
son, came down on the S". (J. Reed
Toe. G. Charters came over from
the Sound country, yesterday, on a
A. W. Utziuger and Frank Hall,
returned from a business trip to Oy
A. F. Nylund, formerly proprietor
of the Finnish paper Uusii Kotimaci
left for his home in Minnesota, yes
terday. Jasper Foster has arrived from II-
pauied by his daughters Lucy aud
Bertha, and after a short visit here
they go to Jewell to locate.
M UINE NEWS AND NOTES.
The steamer Danube sailed for Vic
The British bark Earlscourt
lightered at the U. P. dock yesterday
5,000 bxs. tin-plate and 2,00050-pound
The British shin Sainl Jlildrcd
Tli, iini.,r 7W.i7.,... ,:n
. -v .jiwiv -a. vtvyMVUt Hill CU1U'
! mence making her regular trips next
, .uumi.n mm uuiuiiiuu mem until tne
1 10th when she will make round trips
daily except Tuesdays, leaving Port
land at 7 a. :.r., returning leave Astoria
at .S r. jr.
The British bark Kitly, 803 tons
register, Wm. Laird master, 70 days
from Hong Kong, arrived yesterday
with 1,2G0 tons general merchandise.
On March 11 a Japanese sailor named
Sugiski Kichitaro, while furling sail,
fell from the foretopgallant yard,
striking the deck with his head, killing
i mm msrantiy. xne poor fellow s body
I was consigned to the deep next moru
ing. The captain reports ordinary
(winter weather during the voyage
) The officers of the bark are white men
I and the sailors Japanese.
I Almost Drowned.
Yesterday morning as Couch Clin
ton was working on a scow with a pike
pole, alongside of Andrew Young's
new building, the pole slipped and he
fell into the water. He was encum
bered with ti heavy pair of gum boots,
and could not get hold of anything,
and before he was rescued he wtis al
most drowned, but in a littlo while
came to all right, none the worse for
Sir Knights Attention!!
Yon will meet at your armory on
Thursday evening April 3rd, 1S00, at
7:30 o'cleck: initiation.
Sir K. Captain.
Attest: A. A. Cleveland,
Sir K, Recorder.
For the first time in the memory of
the oldest fishermen the genuine fur
seal has been seen in the 1 raser river.
Several have made their appearance
since Monday and have been seen by
the fishermen, who, of course, were not
prepared to effect their capture The
fact that fur seal have invaded the
Fraser river is admitted to bo rather
strange, but it is argued that the ani
mals are getting disgusted with their
treatment by TJncle Sam in Behrings
sea and have decided to move down
aud occupy the Fraser, which is mare
clausum to the American fishermen at
Sheriff Smith is now busy making
out the delinquent lax roll. If you
want to save costs and not see your
name in the roll of delinquents, call
at once and pay your taxes.
To Ike Ciutics.
Mrs. Bowman has secured the ser
vices of a competent dress maker from
the east, and has reopened her dress
making parlors. She invites her old
friends and the puhlic generally to call
at her establishment on Third street.
near Main. All work done with neat
ness and dispatch and at prices wittiin
the reach of all.
A tr. nf IV v?itli linrm A Tnivnrr)
Will be given to anyone leaving it at
1 this office,
, Two or three men to cut cordwood.
j Apply to J. A. Ivknnet.
Attcnltoa Co. BL ,9
members of this company are
at s f or the ,-mrp0Se 0 electing a
captain and first lieutenant m accord
ancc with special orders Ho. 13, issued
irom Headquarters of this regiment, iiy
order of 11. J. Wheritv,
Second Lieut Comm'dg.
J-i. E. Gillkt, First Serg't
-Coffee and cake, ten rents, at the
THE FREDRICKSON MURDER.
Tie Trial to Commence at Bay
-VKir itErxLOFxnxrs zxvi:ctei
A. G. Hardesty and wife returned
yesterday from Bay Center, Wash.
Mr. H. is the prosecntor of the mur
derers of Predrickson and his wife,
and relumed here yesterday in quest
or further evidence, in which quest he
was successful. Ho returns to-day
to Bay Center, whence the prisoners
will be brought from Oysterville, and
the trial will begin at the former
place to-morrow. There are now
live prisoners, and the probability is,
that a sixth or even a seventh, em
bracing a representative of the "gen
tler sexv will be detained by legal pro
cedure, before the trial is over.
Since his confession young Pose
!sheds tolrs copiously, and is now m a
very peniiemiai iraiuu ul mum.
iowery, the printer, who was ar
rested, was only arrested as a matter
of self defense. Ho works on the
South Bend Enterprise and naturally
wanted to know, you know. He tried
so hard to know what was going on
that he was put under temporary re
straint as a matter of peace to the
officers. He is the only newspaper
man mixed up in this matter, and his
connection with it was purely in the
way of nosing around for news. His
detention is the only comic feature in
this somber tragedy.
The Scandinavian Benevolent asso
ciation, of which Frcdrickson was a
member, held a meeting last Monday
night, and decided to have the remaius
of the unfortunate man receive fitting
sepulture at their expense.
LOG OF THE "SAINT MILDRED."
Hundred ami Nineteen Days From
Left Liverpool, November 28th,
1889: departure taken from Lushka
light November 29th: Dee 1st to 3rd,
strong SE gales, lat 3G 491 north,
Ion. IS 50 W., wind which carried us
through the trades to 4" 21' Nor., Ion.
23' 30' W., got the the SE trades,
which carried us to lat 29 S., Ion 45
Jan. G, 1890, encountered a terrific
pampa2 in lat 34 S., Ion. 48s 30 W..
the wind veering between SW and
West, ship hove to under fore and
main lower top sails, a tremendous
sea running and the ship laboring
heavily, heavy seas breaking on board.
ship towing oil bags: vivid flashes of
forked lightning and loud peals of
thunder in almost one contin
ual roar. From thence on, ex
perienced a series of gales from NV,
to SW, which carried us down to
the straits of Le Maire, through
which we passed off Cape Horn, Jan.
21 On the 27th turned north, en
countering variable winds to 32 S,
81 30' W. On Feb. 7th passed Massa
pura, got SE, trades which carried us
to 5, 103' W. From thence we ex
perienced four days variable winds.
On Feb. 2G, in lat 3' W S, Ion. 106
30' W, got NE trades, which carried us
to 29 N, 129' W. From thence vari
able winds aud calms to pilot grounds,
off mouth of Columbia
Dec. 8, spoke British barque
Victoria Nyanza, from London for
Chili, lat 19' N, Ion. 20' 30' W.
jjec xz. apoKc Norwegian oanc
Prince Qeorae. lat 1G 25' Nor., Ion.
W 13' w
Dec. 17. Spoke British ship Bram
bletyre of London from Philadelplua,
for Calcutta, 32 davs out; lat 3' 30'
N., Ion. 2i W.
Dee 18. Spoke British ship Hart
field of Glascow, from Greenock for
'Mauritius, 22 davs out; lat 2' 1G' N.,
Ion. 25 30' W.
Dec. 20. -Spoko schooner Little
Mystery from Konigsberg from Rio
Grande, lat 1 30' N., Ion. 27' 15' W.
Dee 22 SpokeBritish ship Salam is
from Melbourne for London, 51 days
out, Lat 1 S., Lou. 29' 30' W.
Jan. 22-Spoke British bark Cam
more of Dundee from London for
Esqnimault GG davs out, Lat 57 N.,
Lou. G7 AV.
March 22 Spoke British ship PaL
terdale, from Astoria, 5 days out, Lat
39 N., Lou. 128' W. Hove to, Capt.
Scott going aboard. Capt Tuppman
desired to bo kindly remembered to
his Astoria friends.
Salmon in tlie Frazer River.
The run of spring salmon at present
is the greatest ever known on tlie
Eraser river. The oldest fishermen
are surprised at the continued largo
catches, and cannot account for the
change except hy crediting the won
derful increase to the work of the
hatcher. One night last week the
boats averaged twenty-fish each, the
largest catches being thirty-seven nnd
forty-two respectively. The fishermen
are being paid at the rate of a dollar
oach for tlie fish, what might be con
sidered by modest peoplo to be fair
wages. A davs wages amounting to
S25, S37 or S2 ought to satisfy the
poor fishermen, but such is not the
case. If a fish is half eaten by a seal
they expect full price for it from the
market fishermen, just the same as if
it was large and perfect, and if an
objection is mado to their taking it
they kick up a terrible row. "When
fish get down to 10 cents each there
will probably be less trouble. New
A Decision of General Interest.
Two years ago John S. Naff made
final proof for a tract of land in the
Spokane Falls land district The proof
was made before a clerk of court and
the paper and $400 in money, the pay
ment for the land, was transmitted to
M. G. Barney, receiver. Barney be
came a defaulter, and was removed
while Naff's papers were retained in
in the office. The assistant commis
sioner of the land ofSoe holds that the
receiver was the duly authorized agent
of the government aud that tbe settler
should not suffer for the fault of the
government agent A patent will be
issued if the proof is found sufficient
and it is said to be the first case in
which a patent has been issued before
the money was actually paid in to the
We desire to say to our citizens that
for years we have been selling Dr.
Kins's New Discovery for Consumption,
Dr. King's Xew Life Pills, BukWs Ar
nica Salve and Electric Bitters, and
have never handled remedies that sell
as well, or that have given such univer
sal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to
guarantee them every time, and we
stand ready to refund the purchase
price, if satisfactory results do not fol
low their use. These remedies have
won their great popularity purely on
their merits. J. W. Cosy, Druggist
The latest stylo of Gents' Boots and
hoes at P. .J. Goodmas's.
FIhc Table Wise
Delivered at CO cents a gallon, to anv
nartof the citv. A line imp nf nnr
California wines at low prices, at A.
W. Utzlnger's Cosmopolitan saloon.
Clillroi Cry fa-Pitclcr's Caxtirii
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. APRIL 1.
As Filed in The County Recorder s Office
OttoDufnerto Victor Berg
man, one acre between Skip
anon and Seaside S
Charlotte Braillierlo Victor
Bergman, tract of land in
IheD. L.C.of S. Smith...
Maxwell Young and wife to
Milton Bozorth, lots 5 and
G in blk 1. Young's addition
Maxwell Young and wife to
Albert Dunbar, lots 2 and 3
in blk G, Young's addition
J. N. Fisher and wife to Re
becca B. Waldron, lot 1 in
blk 103, McClure's Astoria.
Jerome and Rebecca B. "Val
dron to John Donglass, lot
1 in blk 103, McClure's As
toria. J. C. Adams aud wife to AY.
T. andA.G. Chutter, lots
3, 4, 5.G, 7,8,.9and 10 of
Previously reiorted this
Total to date..
Front an Eastern Contemporary.
Not His Fault. A number of our
townspeople have expressed the hope
that we would pitch into Dr. Stag
horn, the popidar druggist, for killing
old man Slew by putting up arsenic
for quinine in a prescription. Wo
shall do nothing of the sort The doc
tor has not only increased his adver
tising one-half this week but has sub
scribed for five copies or the Kirki r
to send away. While this of course
does not influence us in the least, we
know from personal observation that
the doctor is a very busy man and that
the room in his store is limited. He
has no choice but to keep many dif
ferent sorts of powders in the same
drawer and it is only to be expected
that a mistake should happen now and
Furthermore, who was old Slew,
anyhow? A lazy, dissipated vaga
bond whom the boys would have hung
in the course of a few weeks at best.
In footing his funeral expenses the
doctor has shown himself very liberal
and fair-minded, and in various ways
ho has shown himself to belong to
that class wanted m this town to build
No Extra Charge. In this
issue we publish the full par
ticulars of two executions, one jail de
livery, three shooting affrays, one
highway robbery, two fist fights, three
dog fights, one found dead, a drown
ing accident, the arrest of a road
agent, the deaths of two Mexicans in
the late blizzard and the stealing of
Judge Sprout's four-mule team.
Tlie thing down the street which
calls itself a newspaper, and talks
about its lightning press and its walleyed-corps
of editors from New York,
has, to match all this, a cooked-up ac
count of a fight between a jackass
rabbit and a government camel, with
its editor for the sole spectator and
reporter. Is it any wonder that the
people of Arizona can't wait for the
Kicker to be issued each week, and
that dozens of them roost on our
doorsteps all night Wednesday night
to get copies the first thing Thursday
morning"' All this and no extra
charge, aud no hand bills ont an
nouncing that anything unusual was
going on! Arizona Kicker.
Wahkiakum Settlers PIpavd.
The recent decision of Judge Saw
yer in favor of Weidler, Ordway and
the Northern PaciGc railroad, who weic
sued by the United States for cutting
timber on government land has
great! relieved the minds of many
Wahkiakum county settlers who hold
title from the railroad company.. What
are known as the "lap lands"' comprise
about one hundred aud fifty sections,
and were sold by the Northern Pacific
under the government sanction from
1871 to 18S5, when commissioner
Sparks ruled that they belonged
to the prior "Astoria land grant'
which was forfeited to the government,
and ordered them thrown open to set
tlement Xearlj everbmly nee s a good medi
cincat this mv.soii, to purify the blood
and build up the system. Hood's S:irsa
parilla is the ni'-st popular and ncces
ful spring medicine aud blood purifier.
It cures scrofula, all humors, dyspip. ia
sick headache, that tired feeling.
ADVICK TO MOTHERS.
ilns. Wixsi.ow's Soothing Svitur
should always he used for children
teething. It '-oolites the child, j-o tens
the gum. allay all pain, cures wind
cholic, and is tin hesi remedy fordiar-rh(Ea.Twenty-:ivc
oeul a hot tie.
IS WHVT YOt CKT AT
Groceries and Provisions.
Everything in a First-class Store
Extremely Low Figures.
Roods Delivered all over Town.
Tin- Highest Price l'ahl for Junk.
FOARD fc STOKES
QKLO V. PAUKKU.
CAKI. A. IIANPOK
Parker & Hanson
C. L. PARKER,
New Goods Arriving Every Steame
Dreas - Goods.
Tlie Old Stand - Astoria Orecon.
LARSON & HILLBACK
AS1 FRESH FKUIT5.
Orders Delivered Free of Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Third utreet,
next to Pioneer office.
Thompson & Boss
Carry a Full Line of
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us t Call ami Be Ctnvinctd.
lour Moneys Ml
Scratched 28 Years
Jtody covered tcith scales. Itch iny terri
ble. Sitffciiwj endless. Ai relief. Doe
tor a it it medicines failed. Speedily
cured by Citticurn at a cost of $.7.
Cured by Cuticura
If r had known of the Cuticura Reme
dies tucutv eiglU years :iro it would have
saved me ?JcO.0j (two hundred dollars) and
an unineiii amount of sutlerinc. My dis
ease (tisoriasb) commenced on my head In a
snot ma hirerr than a cent. It ;!)rtnd ran-
iiuy all over my b dy and u t m.d-r mj
nail. ThoM-aUs uor.l I dro; on f in . 11
the line. r.'i.I hivmj :.r u? w.n ml . an t
wiilii:if.rvl,-f. On? .It u.: i nolmrs v ul
not it-mpt me to Iriw tit i diM:i- ovi-r
ajain 1 am a nn" m i su feel r ; i u l.e
f clii-vci! of what s ;ne of t!i-. dorltus s.dd
w.islfjtrosj,.i:ie r.u.woriii. p'oiixsis etc.
I lo'jk ai.d . SnisaiKiriSl.is over one '
year ami a li-.lf. but no cure I went to two (
uriurvcuuctir.aiiii uu cure i caiiiim i'i.ilsc
the UUTieuitA Ki:mi:diks too much. They
have made my hktn as clear and tree from
scales as a babv's. All I used of them were
three boxes of Clticuka, and three bottles
of CuricntA Itr.soi.VKrr. and two cakes of
Cuticura Soap. If you had been here and
said you would have cured mc forSJOO.OO,
you would have had the money. 1 looked
like the lrfcturc Ia your book of psoriasis
(picture number two. How to Cure Skin
liLxcases"), but now f am as clear as anv
person ever was. Through force or habit 1
rub my hands over my arms and legs to
scratch once in awhile, but to no purpose. I
am all well. I scratched twenty-eight
year?, and it got to be a kind of second na
ture in me. I thank vou a thousand times.
Tin- uw I'lood and Sk'n puriflerand purest
and besi ul hum- r remedk-s. internals, ami ;
Ctrr:ri-K.thosreat Skin Cure, and Cuti-,
rui:. So.uvui equMtc iskin Ilcautifier.ex- '
t - maily. peedily, aud permanently cure ev
ery specit s of itcfim;. burning, scaly, crusted,
pimply, scrofulous, and hereditary dleases
and huiuo's of the skin, scalp, aud blood,
with lovs of hair, from pimples to scrofula.
Sold everywhere. 1'iice. Ccticuka, .".Oe ; I
SeAi2ic: i'Ksoi.VKNT.Sl. Prepared by the '
IWmci: Dnuo and ("hkmical Coi:ioi:a-(
ftd"5ead for "How to C:ne Skin Diseases,"
01 pa;;e,r0 illustrations and 1C0 testimonial.
niSirLHS.black heads, chapped and oily
rlin skin prevented byCuricuitA Mki
Free From Rheumatism.
h mr in one minuie me inucura
j0f A Anti-rain I'lastrr relieves rheu-
jt'iiatie, sciatic, hip.kidney.cbest
C S and muscular nains and weak-
nevus. The Hrst and only pain-killing
Jiver so many y ars ago when
hustles were still :ui unknown
iliiaulILy, a:i! the diule-; f that
day knew naught of cigarettes
and making low, there was no
sueh a tiling a-, htyle, or what
style there w:n one could easily
condense into a haudana hand
kerchief, consequently filestore-
keepers of that day had an easy
time of it. A few dozens of san
dals and some tig leaves was
their only stock in trade and
tliey never hothered their an
ci.'iit ln-ad" about advertising
tin I:itet stjI.T. of fig leaves.
However, thing- are different
iioa. The r.ios' st:e?esful mer
chant or to-day is the one who
knows how to advertise and how
lo seeuri' the hand-oniest guods,
hacked up by reasonable prices,
ail sam-c I1KKMAX WlbE, :he
INdiahle Clothier and Hatter in
Occident Hotel Imiidiug, who
has jnt opened
Which l.e guarantees to sell
at Bottom Figures.
And as it is with the live, en
ergetic man of business, so it is
with the live, well dressed man
of affairs, who knows how to
dress well on moderate means
hy trading with a rustling, push
ing and reliable dealer like
Old RelialilB Clothiep ana Hatter
Occident Hotel Building.
Wm. B. Adair,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
N. E. Cor. Olney and Third Sts.
P. O. Box 436.
Tarticular attention given to Properties
In Upper Astoria; also to purchase of Tim
Kin mi I inin Irr Ms
Novelties in Dress Goods in the Latest Fabrics
asi&C. HL COOPER
MORGAN & OO.Jhe Leading Shoe House
WE ARE SUCCESSFUL.
FOR A GOOD SHOE FOR LADIES' OR GENTS' WEAR GO TO
MORGAN & CO.,
Mansell's New Building, - - - - Water Street, Astoria, Or
DO YOB MR CLOTIS? PE. A. STOKES t CO.,
! CTe2:t Door to Focurca. cfe Stols.es.
Large Stock of Mens and Boy's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
That will suit you in size nnd price. We cannot be
PHIL. A. STOKES & CO.,
EAST f ARRENTON
In consequence of the demand for those
beautiful level lots, Mr. 1 C. Warren lias
been induced to plat ninety-six lots
Adjoining Warrenton on the East.
Which will be known and sold as
East Warrenton I
THE KAILKOAD runs through the plat,
which is only 200 yards trom the arrenton
depot. For further information call at
once on the
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE 10.
Marshall & Co.,
GEO. A. CLARK & BROS-
for Sale I3 D. S3IITSI. Agent.
Oillcc at Wherry & Co's.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
There Ls no occasion for the most fastidi
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
San Francisco for
Custom Made Clothes
As they can get Better Fits. Letter Work
manship, and for less Money.
By Leaving their Orders with M EANY. .
New Goads by Every Steamer.
Call and see him and satisfy yourself.
P. J Meany. Merchant Tailor.
Magee, Argand and Acorn
Cooking and Heating,
EVERYONE FULLY WARRANTED.
WATER CLOSETS, PLUMBIXG GOODS,
PUSrS, SINKS, ASD BATH TUBS.
Noe cto Soully,
The Oregon Bakery
A. A. CLEVELAND, Trop'r.
M Bread, Cate and Pastry
None but the Best Materials Used.
Bread delivered In any part of the city.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of Best duality, and at
SIGN OF THEJOLDEN SHOE.
rison & Fisher
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS
Portland Boiler Mills,
Salmon it Twines
Change of Business,
I HAVE THIS DAY BOUGHT OUT THE
business of Marion and Bcrcman. All
bills due up to date will "be collected by the
undersigned. JACOB STRAUSS,
Astoria, Or., March 14, '90.
During the Past Two Weeks at
Leading House of Astoria.
(5.230 House and Lot on First Street, Business Property. Cheap.
27."3 to 323 Lots in Block 2fi, Hustler & Aiken's Astoria. Very desirable.
$800 Corner Lot in McClure's Astoria. Beautiful residence Lot.
S:i73 to S500 Lots in Alderbrook, on water front.
2.000 Eighty Acres on Klaskanine. Nice home.
$120 Per Acre Ninety Acres, near tivn, suitable for platting.
if You Don't See Your Part.cufar Sncp, Ca I and See Us.
H.oaI Sstate :Oi"ol5.ir
Otltl Fellows' Building,
e 53 n
h a vP ix P tw mm. 1
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I have completed arrangements for supplying any brand of "Wine in any quantity
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
ALL ORDEltS DELIVERED FREE LN ASTORIA.
Yoar patronago in City or Country solicited.
A. W. UTZINGER. Cosmopolitan Saloon.
1, 12V. Case,
Transacts a General Banking: Business-
Drafts drawn available in ,uiy part o! tli
U. H. and Europe, and on Hong Kong, China
Ofkxck Houns : 10 a. m. to 3 p. si.
Onn Fellows Huildixg, Astoria. Oregon.
The Law nnd Abstract Office
C. R. THOMSON
O.vi: WOOII KAST OF Dksiest's dkug stork
A complete set ot Abstract Books for tlie
entire County always kept posted to date.
Special attention given to practice In the
U. - I .ami Ofllce, and the examination of
Lots in Case's Astoria Are In on Sale
AT TnE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Eeal Estate Co.
PRICES FROM $150 TO $250 EACH.
TERMS One-Half Cash ; tlie Balance in Six and Twelve Months.
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
City, Suburban and Acreage Property For Sale.
MAIN ST ASTORIA, OR., P. 0. Box 511.
FLYNN, The Tailor,
KEEPS LN STOCK THE
Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings. AH the Latest Styles
He buys for Cash at Eastern Prices. JHe Guarantees the Best WoxkmaMhls a
Garments. Call and see for yourself. Barfh Block, ASTQJOA, OK
- Fashionable Shades
and Shoes, Underwear, Etc.,
Water Street, Astoria, Or
E. P. N00NAN k 00.,
J. P. HYNES,
"Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEPHONE NO. 7. P. O. BOX SM
Practical : Watchmaker,
A fine line of fiold and Silver Watches;
Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry, Clocks; etc.,
at reasonable prices. Repairing Promptly
Done. Opposite Crow's Gallery.
No curbstone brokers employed her