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ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 3. IS90.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
VOL. XXXI V, NO 105.
KEEN and COOK,
Insurance and Real Estate Agents
IVIOlXrHY TO LOAN !
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Astoria, - Oregon.
City Boofc Stop
A FINE STOCK
Children's : Carriages
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
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A MERITORIOUS MEASURE
To Encourage Amerlcau SUilniH
ing anfl Commerce Foreisn.
AMEmcAXsnii's for r. s.mails
Special by the California Associated Pbess.
Washington, May 2. The special
committee to investigate the alleged
diverting of commerce from the rail
roads of the United States to those of
Canada, and the alleged discrimination
of Canadian canals against American
vessels, presented their report to-day.
It recommends that as by an order in
council, Canada charges entrance and
clearauco fees of 50 cents, for each and
every time an American vessel visits
Canadian ports, and as a rebate of 18
ccuts per ton is made on United States
products passing through tue weiiana
f!nnnl bound to the Canadian norts. a
similar discrimination should be levied
in American lake norts and on the
"Soo" canal against Canadian vessels.
Concerning the trathcot Uanauian
roads in competition with American
roads, the committee recommends
that either such a license system shall
be established as will be applicable to
Canadian roads doing business in the
United States, or that some other
plan not injurious to the general
trade and commerco of the country,
be adopted, which shall secure to the
American railroads an equal chance
in competition with the Canadian rail
roads. ffo Copyright Wanted.
Special toTnp. astoihan.1
"Washington-, May 2. The house
to-dav rejected the copyright bill by a
vote bf 288 to 10G.
A Temporary Government.
Special to Thk Astouian.J
Washington, May 2. The president
has approved the act for the tempor
ary government in Oklahoma.
The Pension Bill.
Special to Thk Astoiuan.1
Washington, May 2. -The service
pension bill came back to the senate
from the house with amendments, and
was referred to the committee on
.11 ex i can War Pensioner.
Special to Thk Astoria.
Washington, May 2. Oregon ten
sions granted to Mexican survivors;
.Tas. E. Barclay, Monroe.
FOR AMERICAN VESSELS.
AMERICAN IYTAII. STEAMERS
VmiI v the lnit' 1 Statt s (JovemnuMit. Endorsed bv the heads of the Great Univer
sities ami Public Van 1 Aualvsts, as the Strougot, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Trice's
Prcam Il.tkinr Towdcrdoes not contain Ammonia, I.ime or Alum. Dr. Price's Delicious
Ftavorin Kxtrarts. Vanilla. Imon. Orange. Almond, Ifose, etc , do r.nt contain Poison
ous OiN r rin'micjils
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., New York. Chicago. San Francisco
Thfse aEIXES nro uisde true taper andj from an actual scale, and will hang true
and draw when hung in to lines, and from the
Gold Medal 1-2 Patent Twine.
RIGHT AND LEFT HAND LAID PATENT ROPE,
11 thread and larger, soft and frco from kinking.
SALMON TRAP NETS knit from the Gold Medal
1-2 Patent Twine, superior to the medium laid,
stronger, more durable and Holds Tar Longer.
Letters or Telegraph shall have our Prompt and Careful Attention
American Net & Twine Co
lUt.lMisl 1-542. Boston, Mass. L'aplUl, 350,000.
N. 11. We have the largest Netting and Twine plant. New and costly machinery
has lately been added for knitting heavy Traps for the Columbia river, and Seines
for the Alaska Salmon Fisheries, and the most skillful help employed.
nihest nwanls atloton.ttfi.o.-Philadelphia. 1B7R. London Fisheries I&poMlion. 1883.
Some Inducement to Iluili! und
Special to Thk Astouian.
Washington, Mav 2. Senator
Frye, from the committee on com
merce, to-day favorably reported the
The United States treasury shall
pay any vessel of more than 500 tons
gross register, -whether sail or steam,
constructed and owned by United
States citizens, and plying between
the United States and foreign ports,
the sum of 15 cents per
gross registered ton, for first
500 miles or fraction thereof, sailing
outward or inward; the same amount
for the -second 500 miles outward or
inward; and 30 cents per ton for euch
1,000 miles thereafter, and pro rata for
the distance less than 1,000 miles sailed
thereafter; provided a foreign port
shall be more than seventy-live miles
Payment at the rate of thirty cpnts
per mile for each thousand miles
sailed, shall continue ten years, and
thereafter for nine years at a reduc
tion of three cents per mile on each
ton. No vessel shall be entitled to
the benefits of this act, unless it have
freight aboard in tons or measurment
of at least 25 per centum of the net
Two Sew PoMtafficeh in Oregon.
Special to TilK Astouian.J
"Washington, May 2. Anew post-
olhce has been established at Glade,
Douglass county, Oregon, with Vir
ginia C. Laird as postmaster, and one
at Tioga, Douglass county, with John
Ij. "Williams as poatraaster.
To Prevent Chinese nciiiff Smug
gled Into This Country.
Special to Thk Astouian 1
Washington, May 2. In the senate
to-day, Dolph called up his resolution,
authorizing the president to negotiate
a treaty with Great iSntain and JUeX'
ico, relative to preventing the Chinese
from coming into the United States
over those countries. The resolution
was agreed to unanimously.
Postal Change at Ashland.
Special to The astouian.
"Washington, May 2. In the senate
to-day, the appointment of A. Jr. Ham
mond to be postmaster at Ashland,
Uregon, was conhrmed.
Fishing Schooner Seized.
Special to Thk Astoria...
Gloucester, Mass., May 2. It is
reported that the Gloucester schooner
Howard Jiolbrook, engaged at the
banks in codfishing lias been seized
by the New Foundland authorities
for violation of the bait act
Should Always Carry Uncle
Special to The Astouian.
Washington, May 2. Senator Frye,
from the committee on commerce, to
day reported favorably the Farqnhar
bill, authorizing the postmaster gen
eral to enter into contracts for a term
of not less than five nor more than ten
years, with American citizens, for car
rying mails on American steamships
between the United states and foreign
points, Canada excepted. The con
tracts are to be made with the lowest
The postmaster-general to give
public notice and when the proposed
service is to bo on the Pacific Ocean,
notice shall be given in ban Francisco,
Tacoma and Portland newspapers.
The vessels are to bo American built,
and a certain proportion of the crew i
shall be United States citizens. They
shall be divided into four classes.
The first class shall be iron or steel
screw with a speed of twenty knots
per hour and a gross registered
tonnage of not less than 8,000 tons.
The second class shall be iron or
steel steamships, capable of maintain
ing 16 knots per honr and a tonnage
of not less than 5,000 tons.
The third class shall be iron or steel
steamships, with a speed of fourteen
knots per hour and not less than a
tonnage of 2,500.
The fourth class shall be iron, steel
or wooden steamships, of twelve knots
speed and not less than a tonnage of
The stipulation shall be that ships
may carry passengers and baggage.
Ships of the first, second and third
class, employed as above shall be con
structed according to plans and speci
fications agreed upon, between the
owners and the secretary of the navy,
of sufficient strength to sustain the
working and operation of at least
four effective rifle cannon, of a calibre
not "less than six inches. And vessels
shall be subject to inspection by a
competent naval officer detailed for
that service by the secretary of the
The rate of compensation for ser
vice, to be for first-class ships, not
exceeding six dollars per mile; for
second class, three dollars per mile;
for third class, one dollar and a half:
for fourth class, one dollar per mile.
Fines and penalties may bo imposed
for delays and irregularities, but no
steamships so employed shall receive
any other bounty or subsidy from the
United States. Upon each vessel the
United States is to have transported,
free of charge, a mail messenger with
suitable accommodations, etc.
United States navy officers may vol
unteer forjservice on said mail vessels,
and when accepted by the coutractor
may be assigned to such duty by the
secretary of the navy. While in such
service they shall receive furlough pay
from the government, and such other
pay from the mail contractor as may
be agreed upon by the United 'States.
The Coal Miners arc Uneasy.
Special to Thk atoui w
Indianapolis, May 2. There is
great uncertainty in Indiana coal
mining circles. Green county miners
demand 75 cents, yearly rate, and
operators will otter but 70, and the
employers of the Inland city mines
are all out Block and Bituminous
miners, in Clay county are all out, but
will be governed by the result of the
Coal Miners Want More Pay.
Special to Thk AhTi.m :.j
Elmiha, May 2. -Five hundred
miners in the Blossburg coal company
mines at Arriot, Pennsylvania, struck
to-day for higher wages. There was
STRIKERS AND BASEBALL
Famish the Priucipal Tonics Of
CHICAGO f.KAlS IX STRIKES.
Special by The California A?socivtkd Press.
Philadelphia; May 2. The brick
layers have come to the aid of the
strikers by refusing to set windows or
frames for bosses who refuse to grant
the strikers demands of the carpenters.
In some cases the bricklayers have
stopped work on this account, and all
will obey the order. Forty-eight out
of three hundred master carpenters in
this city have already conceded the
advance. A thousand employees or
the Wells k French Car Co. struck
this morning, without notice, for eight
A Wife Murilcr for Insurance.
Special to The Astouian.
St. Louis, May 2. -C. Y.'Smithell,u
colored hostler, has been arrested at
Mineral Springs. He made a state
ment charging that in a conspiracy
with Charles F. Vail he had discussed
plans for murdering Mrs. Vail, who
was recently shot at St. Paul, Mo.
It is snpposed it wsis done by her hus
band to secure 520,000 insurance
CHICAGO LABORERS STRIKING
Will Include Nearly All
Special to The Astokian.
Chicago, May 2. Every man, boy
and girl at work in the Malleable Iron
works struck this morning, numbering
1,200, without stating their grievances.
Fifty core girls also joined the strikers.
This will be followed by all the
coopers in town; 2,000 at Ryan's shop
quit this morning. The men at Wells
and French foundry, numbering 1,000,
struck at noon. Everything is quiet,
the men have simply stopped work.
The police have nothing to do so far.
The board of arbitration appointed
to settle the carpenter's strike be
tween the men, the bosses association
and the strikers, commeneed their
lobors to-day, wiih Judge Tuley pre
siding. It is thought that matters
will soon be arranged and the men
go to work. The striking moulders
having been granted some concessions
by the bosses they will return to work
in the morning. The basis of settle
ment, is kept secret, but it is believed
that the men get the hours of labor
reduced from fourteen to ten.
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY.
The Pacific Coast Sbonld Be Prom
X.V THE GREAT WORTH'S FAIR,
Special by The California Associated Press.
Sax Francisco, May 2. At noon
to-day about 400 sash workers and
bench carpenters went on a strike for
eight-hour systems. The millmen,
who are members of the protective
union, anticipated a strike, but were
amazed at its suddenness, the men not
having given warning. At a meeting
this afternoon of millmen, it was de
cided not to reduce the hours of labor.
This is the inauguration of what may
prove a stubborn fight, as the work
men are firm.
THE WORLD'S FAIR.
t liiiNiiiiition lncurnltlc?
IJead tin follewing: Mr. ('. II. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Was down Willi
Abscess of Lungs, and friends ami phv
sifians pronounced me an Incurable
Consumptive. licguu taking Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, am
now on my third bottle, anil able to
ovi rsei the work on my farm. It is the
Illicit nietliciui ever made.''
.Jesse Mitldlowart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: "If ail it not been foi Dr. King's
New DLscoverv for Consumption ' I
would have died of Lung Troubles. Was
ui ven up by dm-lors. Am now in best
of bealtli.''" Try it. Sample bottles free
at .1. V. Conn's Drug Stoie.
Nn Cause fora Strike.
Special t Tin: Astoki in.
Milwaukee, May 2. -The strike
for eight hours did not take place this
morning, many carpenters having
been granted eight hours.
Ballot Reform in IVcw York.
Special to Thk Astokia.n.'!
AtiDAXY, X. Y., May 2. Governor
Hill has signed the ballot reform bill.
die Carpenters in Kentucky.
Special to Thk Astouian'
LouisviiiTE, May 2.- About a
thousand carpenters went out on a
strike here this morning for eight
hours. Twenty bosses conceded the
demand and the others will fight.
How They Do It in Russia.
An engine-driver on the Central
Asian railway who sustained concus
sion of the brain in a serious accident
on General AnnenkofTs line some
time ago, has just sued the railway
officials for damages in a court at
Samarcand, and obtained very satis
factory and somewhat original com
pensation. The court decided that he
should bo paid 7,000 rubles down at
once, and in addition should receive
30 rubles, or 3, a month, with an
extra 10 roubles for every' child which
might be born to him.
And Free Lnni-h at the Telephone Sa
loon, 5 cents.
Ludlow's Ladies' $3.00 Fine Shoes;
also flexible hand-turned Froneh Kids,
at P. .1. Goodman's.
A furnished house, suitable for either
a hoarding or lodging house in a good
location. Inquire at this office.
Little Change in Detroit.
Special to Thk astokiax.
Detroit, May 2. -The carpenter's
strike here to-day is unchanged, save
that a few small contractors have con
ceded the demands for eight hours,
and certain scaled wages.
Politicians in Trimble.
Special to Thk Astokiax.
St. Paul, Minn., May 2.- -Warrants
have been issued by the prosecuting
attorney for the arrest of five promi
nent politicians, who signed affidavits
of alleged illegal registration in sev
eral wards of this city.
A Safe Deposit Company Fails.
Special to Thk Astokiax.1
Camden, X. ,T.,May2.- -The Fidelity
Surety Trust and Safe Deposit com
pany has suspended. It was carried
down by the suspension of the
Gloucester national bank yesterday.
ISoston Alteatl ol' Philadelphia.
Spci.il ioTiik Astoki vs.i
PmriADKOPHiA, May 2. In the
Players game to-day, the home team
was badly worsted by the Bostonians,
who succeeded in bunching the ball in
tho second inning and scoring five.
The attendance was good. Score
Philadelphia 4, Boston u
An Ignominious Defeat.
Special to Tiik Atik:ax.
Pittsbukg, May 2. The player's
game today resulted in the ignominious
defeat of the local team, whose only
run was scored in the last inning.
Score Pittsburg 1, Buffalo 4.
Saved by a Scratch.
Special to Thk astokiax.i
PhiiiADEIjPhia, May 2. There was
u large attendance at tho grounds to
day, to witness the National local and
New York teams strive for supremacy.
The homo team was saved by a scratch
iu the seventh inning. Score Phila
delphia 7, New York 0.
The Bean Haters Win.
Special to Tiik Asroniv.v.
Brooklyn, N. Y., May 2. The na
tional game lietwccn the home team
and the bean eaters, was tho most in
teresting yet. The Bostons beat by
bunching in the third inning. Score
Brooklyn 7, Boston 11.
liistlcs anil I'uiutcrcsling.
Special to Tiik Astouian. J
Clevelaxd, O., May 2. Tho third
game of the Cleveland aud Chicago
series was played here to-day. The
game, as ontho previous day, was list
less and uninteresting. Baldwin was
invincible; his principal features were
his pitching and home run. Scoro
Cleveland 4, Chicago 1.
Sonic Interesting Features.
Special to The Astokiax.
Clevelaxd, May 2. The Cincin
natis of the nationals played their last
game here to-day, a much better game
than the day previous, and had several
interesting features, the main ones
being tho catch of a terrific liner by
Smalley, and tho pitching of Rhines.
Joo Summer was released to-night by
the league team; he played left field.
Score Cleveland 1, Cincinnati C.
Numerous Strikes in Chicago.
Special to Thk Astouiax.j
Chicago, Mav 2. All the emploves
in the planing mill, southwest side of
the track, are moving for eight hours.
The planing mill men uumber from
20.000 to 30,000 and will be out on a
strike before to-night. It is reported
that 500 men iu the sash, door and
blind factory of the Palmer it Fuller
Company are out on a strike, also 300
men at Hinzet & Loss' factory.
All the molders at the McCormick
reaper worlcs are on a strike this
morning. It is believed that the
balance of the employes, over 2,000
will go out. At the Deering reaper
works at Bowmen and Richardson and
at Griffin's sons foundry all the
molders are on a strike. The strikers
demand 8-hours. The Fairbank's
canning company refused 8-hours a
day, and 500 employes will go out on
Monday. Tho employes of eight
firms of coopers struck this morning.
Etrooklyn Aheatl of New York.
Special to The Astouiax
Brooklyn, May 2. The local
players showed up good in to-day's
contest with New York, though New
York had the advantage in tho second
inning and fell. Score Brooklvn 0,
New York 3.
Knocked Out of the Box.
special to The astokiax.
Chicago, May 2. At the game to
day at the League park, a slugging
match was seen. The Chicag03 played
a strong uphill game. The Pitts
burgs in the second iuning knocked
Eitlborg out of the box. Scoro Chi
cago 7, Pittsburg 9.
Special by California Associated Press.
Paris, May 2. A despatch from
Tnrcoing this evening, says that
20,000 strikers aro parading streets and
committing every species of excesses.
The cavalry charged upon them, dis
persed a number of groups and made
AX IRRIGATING CANAL.
Special to The Astobiax.
Marysville, Cal., May 2. A con
tract for the construction of a canal
26 miles long, in the Brown's valley
irrigation district, Yuba county, has
been let for 69,546. Work on tho
canal will begin immediately. Bonds
have been sold and the money is
ready for the cost of the work. This
canal will be of immense benefit to
the foothill region. The water is to
be taken from the Yuba river. About
45,000 acres are contained in this district.
Imprisonment for Life.
Special to The Astoriax,
San Fraxoisco, May 2. Frank
Williams, a convicted stage robber,
was sentenced to life imprisonment
to-day by United States District Judge
Sale of the Eastern Oregon.
A Great Opportunity for This
Special to The Astorun
Sax Fraxcisco, May 2. Speaking
of the great World s Fair, to be held
at Chicago, the Bulletin this evening
"Tho next world's fair will be nearer
to us than any ever held before and, it
may be, than any that will be held
thereafter in tho succeeding half cen
tury. If this state had had the choice
of locations it could not, on the whole,
have chosen one more favorable to her
interests. It is one opportunity
for the city aud state and coast for
such an industrial display as was never
made before. It will require time,
effort and money and more of each than
have ever been expended to bring the
industries and other resources of tins
coast into prominence. There ought
to be in this city a permanent world's
fair organization with auxiliaries in
all other cities and large towns in the
"The Pacific coast has become an
empire in itself. It is reaching out
after power, influence and commercial
supremacy. The opportunity long
needed has at last been presented.
The world's fair has been brought
home to the community. "What is
now needed is organization and con
current effort rising to the height of
At the Merchants' Exchange yester
day afternoon S. L. Jones, the auc
tioneer, sold the iron steamer East em
Oregon. Bids were started by Captain
Carroll at $50,000 and rapidly rose un
til 880,000 was reached. Tins was
raised $10, then $10 more, and finally,
after some hesitation, John Bosenfeld
raised another $10, and the vessel was
knocked down to him for the sum of
$80,030. Bosenfeld was bidding for
John D. Howard, of the Oregon Im
provement Company, who intends to
run her on the coast. The Eastern
Oregon was built in 1S83 and origin
ally coast $120,000. For two years
past she has been lying in Oakland
creek, but has been kept in excellent
condition by the chief officer and chief
engineer, who have been by her con
stantly. She was sold under an order
of the superior court to satisfy the
claim of S. B. Tobey against the Ore
gon Pacific railroad. She is 833 tons
register. S, F. Alta, April 27.
Attempted ITIurdcr and Suicide.
Special to The Astoriax.
Moscow, Idaho, May 2. This morn
ing John Teare, aged Jsixty, shot his
wife twice in the head and then shot
himself. Mrs. Teare is in a critical
condition. The cause is domestic
The Church of England.
Special to The Astoriax.
London, May 2.- - In the house of
commons this evening, Mr. Cameron
moved the disestablishment anddis
eudowment of tho church of England.
Gladstone supported the motion. It
was rejected by a vote of 256 to 218.
Police Officer Itlurdcrcd.
Spfdal to TnE astoihax.
Sofia, Turkey, May 2. A Russian
Jew, whose house was being searched
for seditious documents, killed tho
commissary of police while he was con
ducting the search.
Violent Strikers in Spain.
Special to Tin: Astori n.
Barcelona, Spain, May 2. A mob
of strikers set fire to a tool hut. The
guard charged the mob and two
strikers were injured, and
several shots fired. Another
group of strikers attacked a printing
offico in which a siege proclamation
was being printed, and put a stop to
the work. The authorities were obliged
to have the proclamation printed else
where under military protection.
Rouluui;cr Again on Hantl.
Special to The Astokiax.
Paris, May 2. The republican
newspaper La France says that Bou
langer will return to France on Sun
day and demand another trial. He
will notify President Caniot where he
intends to land.
Ocean Steamers Collide.
Special to Thk Astoki vx
London, May 2.--Tho British
steamer Olicet sunk is a collision with
tho steamship SaltemwicJ: at Gib
Riotous Laborers iu France.
Special to The Astoriax.1
Paris, May 2. Employes at twentv
six mills at Tourcing, struck this
morning. A riot followed in which
5,000 strikers from Roubaix partici
pated. The officers were compelled to
summon military to re-enforco them
and snppress the rioters.
Capt Olsen Acquitted.
Special to The Astoriax.
PortiiAXd, May 2. The United
States grand jury ignored the charge
of murder against Capt. Henry Olsen,
who shot Wm. Stevens last Sunday
while aboard the sealing schooner
Bessie liutter, 120 miles off the month
of tho Columbia river.
Logs Floating Aivuy.
Special to The Astoriax.
Vancouver, Wn.. May 2. The
rapid rising of the Columbia owing to
the prevailing warm weather caused the
breaking of a boom of logs to-day at
Washougal belonging to Price & Co.
who leased the Lucia mill here. The
sum of $3,000 worth of logs came
drifting down the Columbia this after
noon and efforts are being made to
secure them before drifting too far
Shipping- Business for April.
Special to The Astoriax.
Portlaxd, Business at the cus
tom house has been exceedingly good
during tho month just closed. The.
total value of exports reached $357,
388; duties collected, $68,258.77; dur
ing the thirty days 102 dutiable en
tries were made, the largest number
ever made during any previous month
in the history of the office.
The number of vessels to enter at
port was twenty-four, while tho num
ber of clearances was twenty-five.
Special to Tiik Astoriax.
Vancouver, Wash., Mav 2. Lieut.
H. C. Cobell, 14th Infantry, has been
appointed aide-de-camp on the staff
of Gen. Gibbon, commanding tho de
partment of the Columbia, in place of
Capt. E. J. McClemand. 2d Cavalry,
recently promoted. Captain Mc
Clemand leaves here to-morrow for
Fort Lowell, Arizoua Territory, the
future station of his troop.
This remedy is becoming so wel
known and mj popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Llectric IJitters sing the same song of
praise. A purer medicine does not ex
ist and it is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all
diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will
remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Kheuni and
other affections caused hi impure blood.
Will drive Malaria from the system
and prevent as well as cure Malarial fe
vers. For cure of Headache, Constipa
tion and Indigestion try Electric Bit
ters Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price oO cts. and 51.00
per bottle at .J. W. Conn's.
Children Hry for Pitcher's Castoria
(Vhen Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
(Vhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
(Then she became Hiss, she clans' to Castoria,
Then she had Children, she gave them Castor!
A Keynolds, Ga., woman has a baby
six days old, perfectly formed, in good
health and in peace with all its sur
roundings, whose face can be covered
by a silver dollar and which will bare
ly turn tho scale at one and one-half
ADTICE TO MOTHERS.
. Mrs. Wixslow's Soothixo Strup
should always be used for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
cholic, and is the best remedy fordiar-rhcc:i.Twenty-five
cents a bottle.
The Hoffman House Cigar.
The La Paloma cigar and other fine
brands of cigars; the finest in the city,
at Charley Olsen's, next to C. H. Cooper.
The latest style of Gents' Boots and
Shoes at P. J. Goodman's.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miser
able by that terrible cough. Shiloh's
Cure is the remedy for you. J. C. De
THE KEV. GEO. H. THAYER, of
Bourbon, lnd., says: "Both myself and
wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consump
tion Cure will give immediate relief.
Price, 10 cts., 50 cts. and SI, at J. C. De-ment's.
The laboring population fh and
and around Milan is in still greater
distress than it was last year.
Thousands of laborers out of work
march through the streets of Milan,
accompanied by their wives and chil
dren, and clamoring for bread.
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Bemember the Austin house at the
Seaside is open the j-ear 'round.
This powder never vanes, A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesorneness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold In competition with the multi
tude of low test, short weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sold only in cans. EovAii
Baking PownEit Co. los V'all-st.. N. Y.
Lewis M. Joiinson & Co., Agents, Port
As an investment, lot. in KINDRED PARK oiler
rare inducements to purchasers. The inevitahle .ad
vance will double and treble their value within the
next six months.
Adjoining "New Astoria" on the East!
HOWELL & BOODELL
The Land is almost entirely cleared and lies per
fectly level, just slope enough to aitord a good
Best water frontage on the River.
Astoria, Or. 1 1
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