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MAY 4. 1800
Will Hili a tester Hass Meeting I
vaxrxG Mt:i:rixa o7!?o.v,i j;r.s. '
Speo&l Uy The California Associatm) I'erss. ,
Paxaxa, May SJ. A sang of masked I
men raidiMl the town of Clonic Oliristi, '
Equndor. on April second, and liber
ated all the convicts, and then plan-1
tiered the residence of Dr. Manuel '
Cnevn, political chief, of the district. I
Tbey mnnlerod Cneva and his ser
vants and badly wounded Cneva's
oldest son. The gang then lied to
In Hyde I'ark. London, by I ,a bor
ers mid Socialists.
Special to Tiik Antokian.1
IjOXDOS. Mn :. To-morrow will
le the demonstration at Ifttlc Park in
favor of eight hours as a legal working
dux. The manifesto calling the meet
ing sels forth that all intelligent work
ingmen are convinced tr the necessity
of limiting working days to eight
li mrs. The, know this can be done
il b clTectne legislation, as the
ma-stors always take back at the earliest
opporiunih.am concessions that the
have lieen forced to give b mere com
The mnuifesto is authenticated bv
Hie signalures f responsible reprcnon- J
Jatives r nearly all trade labor organ-,
izatioitN and cencludes: Tlie en-J
nuics of the working classes declare
that the workers do not desire an '
eight hours working day h. legisla
tion, dive them the he by attending
iu your !en of thousands and
Imudreds or thousands oji Mav Jtli jn
Tlje prospwl are indicative of an
imposing demonstration. Ample po
Ikv preparations have been made for
the maintenance of order. Arrange
ments for the mass meeting arc per
fect. The friction Ijelween the social-i-ts
and trade unionists have been re
moved h a compromise of the leaders
the two factions, who agreed that i
there shall 5x two processions, which
which will b kept separate at all
Tlie socialist and the labor orators
.ak from platforms as far distant as
lossuMe, from one another. The pro
cessions will enter the park from
opposite side-v The speakers comprise
all well known lalor and socialist agi
tators. Itojnl I'cslii itics.
Bermx. March 3. It is announced
that the Emperor Avill be the guest of
the Czar this summer, and will meet
him in July on board the imperial
yacht at Kiel and sail for PeterhofT,
vhcre the splendid festivities of 1SSS
will le resumed :uid probably excelled.
Ill Sjcccli Arouses Itif-resi.
Special to Tin: AsTOKIAX.l
Bi-rux, May 3. The reiekstag will
le icned on Tnesda bv the Em
Lost m vzi.
5jecUJw Iiih wiomw
Yaija.i;aw. "Mh. li. A report been
received thnt the British ship Im-h-c&2e
JJock which left San Francisco
on Febnian 21 for Queenstown when
in lat. ."i5 south, long. 75 west, ex
perienced heavy weather during which
ler decks were swept away, and the
captain. Armour and four of the crew
washed ovcrloard and drowned. A
part of her cargo was jettisoned.
to m: sii.vi:it :nor:sTi:n.
tftcmk of si ruinous Itncc Horse.
Seaal to Tiik Atoi:i x.J
Iion-don. Maj 3. The great race
horse. Hermit, the property of Henry
Chaplin, which won the Derby in
15. under sensational circumstances,
afid has since been phenomenally suc
cessful as a sire, is dead. The horse
is about to le preserved, with points
as natural as duriug his life time, and
will be mounted on silver at a co3t of
Mttrcrisli Spain Stirred l'i.
Special to Tn r ATOitiAN.
Midrid, 2day 3. Tn Valencia the
tanking workmen continue attempts
to intimidate non strikers. They tried
t force the employes of the govern
ment tobacco factory to leave work,
but the civic gaurds prevented them.
ne socialists will hold mass meeting
to-morrow and march to the residence
or prime minister Sagasla and present
petition asking the government fo
introduce a bill making eight hours a
legal day's work.
Frew Hie Trench Capital.
Sfecial to Tin: Astoim n.1
Paris, May 3.- The Mnnjnis de
Mores has lieen liberated, not having
been found dangerous as supposed,
Ws arrest immediately before the 1st
ot May having served the purpose of
tlae government Uiereb.
Immigrants presumably from lbis
ak have been arrested in Belgrade,
charged with attempting to create a
A French man-or-war on the Slavee
coast of Africa has bombarded
Whydah, a jxirt or Dahomey.
ax i:nxi.oviiR rix.
T Have Elranclies All Over
Stl to Tn k AsroniAX.l
Bbruk. May : -There is a for
midable movement among manufac
tKrers, merchants, mine owners and
ikers, emiloyiug a large number of
MBu-S to promote the German union
anninr.t the Chemnitz manufacturers,
who liad decided to create an cm
jJycrs protective union. If this plan
as carried, a league will be
farmed covering Germany with a net
wark of employers associations.
SERVCB 111.11 RIGHT.
TlM? Xcxt Time He AVI 11 Not
laerial ieTiiF. Astoriax.1
Sokux, April 3. The court at
Weimar has sentenced a rich man
aamed Docbereiner, to nine months
impiiftiiiiiiifiiit, for sending anonymous
iBumg letters to au American
Juas Lfcmmer. The offender
mot indicted until the American
I maiefced the authorities should
action in the case.
SLEEPLESS SIGHTS, made miser-
bf war terrible cougii. bimoirs
m mm remedy lor you. .i. u. uq
Highest fall ifi Leavening Power.
There is nothing comparative or hesitating in their language when
the official analysts, chemists and scientists speak of the quality of
the Royal Baking Powder. "As good as," "harmless," "pure "are
tame phrases to describe the superlative merits of this great baking
powder. "Whenever actual, scientific, practical tests are made, it is
emphatically declared superior in its leavening strength, purity and
wholesomeness. Witness the report of Prof. Wenzell, of the CoUegt
of Pharmacy Department, University of Califernia:
San Francisco, Oct 19, i88g.-
. From actual analysis made by me
I pronounce the Royal Baking Pow
der to be the Strongest and Purest.
Baking Powder before the public.
It is entirely free from alum and
other additions injurious to health
THE FEDERAL CENSUS.
Oatbcriiis Iurormatlon About a Breat
cerxTJYt: it v electricity.
Soon an army of 45.000 men will
sweep the United Stales clean of infor
mation on nearly every imaginable
substance that has a statistical bearing.
Then a deluge or facts will pour into
the two oflices at Washington where
2,000 clerks will sift and resolve them
into intelligible shape. They will
show that you had onh two chauces
in three of surviving your first year of
life, until the compiler tabulates you
in his exhibit of ''causes of death."
The census will insist on knowing
your nice, sex and where your parents J
were oorn, wueiner you are marrieu.
single or divorced; whether yon own
the house in which you live, and
whether or not there is a mortgage on
it, and why you borrowed the money
on the property. You are compelled,
under a penalty of a fine of $100, to
answer the above questions. All this
information will be condensed into
about twenty-three volumes, which
will be entitled the Itdovcuth Census
of the Tnited Suites.
The Vaited States is divided into
175 ilir-trick. Each district has a sup
ervisor appointed by the president,
and under each supervisor is a regi
ment of enumerators, whose business
the information before spoken oL
You are expected to impart every
thing you know about yourself to the
enumerator. If you are insane, deaf,
dumb or blind jou are recorded as
such, with notes ou the cause of your
afliction, including mention of rela
tives who have been bhnilarly affected.
The facts upon reaching the census
bureau are counted by electricity. It
is estimated that the machine saves
three-fourths of the labor and time.
To begin with, there is a little pen
cil of bteel on the end of a metal arm a
foot or so long, which is so arranged
that ou can push the pencil in auy di
rection above a celluloid plate that is
full or small round holes just big enough
to allow the pencil to be thrust into
them. Each of the holes has a letter or
figure close by it, to distinguish it from
the others. .Now the operator inserts a
manilla-paper card in a holder just
back or a movable arm, and taking
one of the original enumerator
schedules, holds the steel pencil in
his right hand and proceeds to busi
ness. The name ou the schedule is
Peter Fish; butthatis not worth count
ing, for Mr. Fish Ls henceforth to be
regarded from the statistical point of
view merely :is a unit He lived in tho
first ward and accordingly, the opera
tor jabs the steel pencil down into a
little hole marked "1" in one of the di
visions of the celluloid plate. Also he
was white another hole punched,
male another hole, 53 years of age
another hole, born iu Sweden another
hole, his father likewise another hole,
his mother ditto another hole, his
occupation was that of a laborer an
other hole, and he died in January
another hole, of malarial fever. That
is all there is about Mr. Fish; so
the card previously inserted is re
moved from the holder and it is
found to b pnuched with a number
of round holes in different places.
From that card, with nothing on it or
in it but the said holes, a practiced
hand cm read about Mr. Fish and his
history as easily as from the original
schedule, for the position of each hole
gives the meaning to be conveyed.
But the signification of the holes does
not have to be read by human intelli
gence; electricity does that, and counts
the facts recorded by the holes as well.
The punched card is laid in the
bottom of a tray, which has holes
in it corresponding to the holes
in the celluloid plate. These holes
are filled nearly full of inercury.
Above the tray is a horizontal plate
which movesup and down as directed.
The metal plate has attached to its
lower side little metal plungers cor
responding in number and position
with the holes in the tray beneath.
Then the plate is lowered, the
plungers go into mercury filled holes
and tho circuit is completed the con
trivance having au electric battery
connected with it with a separate
connection for each hole. But
suppose a card is placed in the tray,
with a dozen holes in it here and there,
fitting exactly over the holes to which
they correspond in the tray, it is ap
parent that all the plungers will be
stopped by the card save those which
find the holes, thus completing only
the corresponding circuits. Each of
the circuits thus completed connects
with a sort of electric clock a small
affair wliich counts numbers on its
dial instead of hours and minutes.
The clocks communicated with give
one tick forward apiece thus noting the
fact that one more man, say, was a lab
orer, born in Sweden, died" in January
eta, etc If Mr. Fish's history had
been different other holes would have
been originally punched in the card,
U. & Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Hef, Chemistry College cf Pharmacy DtflA
University of California -3P
other counting clocks would have tick
ed, and tho sums finally recorded from
the clocks, which can not make mis
takes, would have been slightly altered.
Inasmuch as each of the possibly 300
holes has its counting clock attached
when the metal plate comes down on
the card, nothing can be missed. One
clock will count 9,999 before it has to
be started over again. The sums re
corded by the clocks are taken down
ou paperslips and from them trans
ferred to the tables for publication.
Such is the method of counting a cen
sus by electricity.
"I remember an incident which hap
pened in the Bowery theater," said a
gentleman to a Detroit Tribime man.
"The head of the gang of supers was
a regular tough and athlete who had
been bothering the manager for some
time with his requests to be given a
line to speak. The manager did not
wish to offend him because he was a
small power in a way, so he finally
promised to give liim n few lines to
speak on the night of his own benefit
The night approached and Jimmy, as
he was called, had not been given his
part, and so lie went to the manager.
" 'Say,' he said, 'how is dis? "Where's
de lines you promised me? I ain't -
goin' on to-morrow night to carry a
spear or to do anything of dat kind.
Gimrae do lines.'
" 'My dear sir,' said the manager, 'it
will be entirely unnecessary to have
your part written out I will tell you
what to do and you can do it'
" 'Well, go on.
" 'You are to be one of a group of
men discovered drinking in a saloon.
The bar-tender approaches and you
call for the beer. Do it natural like.
You know how. Then he gives you
the change. You look at it and see
that it is not right, and you mildly
gx pos t ul ate'
"'All right,' said Jimmy. 'Dat an't
a bad part'
"The night of the benefit arrived.
Jimmy and his companions were dis
covered playing cards at a table.
'"Four beers," said Jimmy in a most
natural tone of voice.
"The glasses were placed on the
"'Take it out of dis,' said Jimmy,
throwing a piece of money on the table.
"The man took the money and then
returned the change.
" 'Dis an't right,' said Jimmy, look
ing at the change
"'Didn't you give me a quarter?'
"'Naw, a half-dollar.'
" 'You can't play that game here, my
"'What! didn't I give you half a
"'Don't I git no more change than
"Biff bang! Jimmy's arm went
out and the man was knocked clear
into the first entrance, and it was some
time before he recovered conscious-
. uoou neavens, what nave you
done?" said the manager as Jimmy
" 'Well, didn't you tell me to ex
postnlate?'" said Jimmy.
Queer Freaks of Cold Type.
In "making up" newspapers, or the
piecing together of different para
graphs into columns, two separate
items will sometimes be jumbled to
gether, and most amusing results ap
pear. A French newspaper has a
good specimin of this kind of mix.
ture: "Dr. X. has been appointed
head physician at the Hospital de la
Charite. Orders having been issued
by the authorities for the immediate
extension of the Cemetiere dePar
nasse." The New Haven Journal,
some time ago, made a curious jumble
of two items. One read: "A largo
cast-iron wheel, revolving nine hun
dred times a minute, exploded in this
city yesterday after a long and painful
illness. Deceased was a prominent
thirty-second degree Mason." The
other paragraph detailed how "John
Fadden, the well known florist and
real estate broker, of Newport, B. I.,
died in Wardiner & Russell's sugar
mill, at Crystal Lake, HL, on Satur
day, doing three thousand dollars'
damage to the building and injuring
several workmen severely."
No Imitations For Hln.
A little north aide boy who was vis
iting a playmate the other evening
was invited to take a ride on the lat
ter's rocking horse.
"I don't want to ride on that thing,"
he eaid somewhat scornfully. "It's
only a wooden horse. When I get to
be a man Pm going to hare one made
of meat." Chicayo Tribune.
A Model Man. De Baggs There
goes a man who for ten years never
drank liquor, used tobacco in any
form, or stayed out after 9 p. x., and
never missed a Sunday at church.
De Kaggs A model man, indeed! Is
he a missionary? De Baggs No; he's
an ex-convict Zippincott's Maga
zine. The latest style of Gents' Boots and
Shots at P. J. Goodmas's.
Having leased for a long term of years the corner
store of Young's new building on the corner of Third
and West Ninth in this city, it becomes necessary for
me to move my stock and fixtures from present location,
and to avoid as little trouble and waste of time as pos
sible I offer my well selected stock of
Men's and Boy's Clothing, Gent's Furn
ishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Valises, Umbrellas, Blank
ets, Quilts, Etc.,
11KGAKDLESS OF COST, until my removal to the new
location, whore I shall continue to conduct business as
1 have for the past three j ears buying goods from the
manufacturers and telling theni under a low expense
for CASH, and at OXE PRICK to all alike, every day In
EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS.
I. L. Osgood,
Opposite Rescue Engine House,
PEOPLE WHO ARE TALKED ABOUT.
Bismarck has an annual income of
Mr. Powderly is paid $5,000 by the
Knights of Labor.
Representative McKinley expects to
spend the summer in Enrope.
Gladstone says that he has given up
forever his old occupation of tree
felling. Emin Pasha now speaks twenty-
seven different languages and dialects.
Senator Blair is said to have lost
twenty-five pounds since the opening
D. E. Crouse of Syracuse, N. Y., is
said to own the costliest horse barn in
the world. It cost him $700,000.
Governor Taylor, of Tennessee,
thinks that his state offers rare oppor
tunities for northern investors, as it is
rich in minerals.
Emperor "William has conferred the
class-decoration of the Koyal Order of
the Crown on Charles Gibson, an
attorney at St Louis.
Senator Merrill, of Vermont, has
just celebrated his eightieth birthday
at his residence in Washington with a
Rev. Mr. Cnyler, who retired from
the pastorate of a Presbyterian church
in Brooklyn, was presented with a
purse of $30,000.
Senator Edmunds has gone South
for his health. Senators Beck of Ken
tucky and Brown of Georgia are also
absent on account of illness.
Dr. Oliver "Wendell Holmes attends
the baseball games in Boston, but it
lias not yet been determined whether
he is a mascot or a hoodoo.
"Worcester, Mass., has a spineless
girl, who can sleep only with her body
bent backward into a circle and her
feet crossed under her chin.
General Tecumseh Sherman pays a
thoroughly characteristic tribute to
Major-General Miles. He says he is a
" good fighter." Boston Herald.
The Czarowitz and his brother,
Pnnce George, will visit this country
the coming summer. Both are young,
the future Czar being but twenty-two
years of age.
Dr. Gatliug, inventor of the gun
that bears his name, looks like a
superannuated clergyman, with his
snow-white hair and clean-shaven fnce.
He is eighty years old.
"I get up at 5 o'clock iu the morn
ing." says General Sickles, the new
sheriff of New York, "and study law
where I left off in 1860, in order to
know what I am doing. I study
three hours every day."
Railroad Engineers' Ears.
William Van Bokelin, engineer: "I
have heard a good deal about railroad
engineers being color-blind. Some
times, as you may know, an engineer's
eyes become so affected that he
imagines he sees things on the track.
But did you ever hear of an engineer
whose ears deceived him? I have.
An engineer is always expecting to
hear the sound of a whistle. He listens
so much for this sound that, after
years at the throttle, he will hear the
sound of which I speak when there is
none. In some instances tho com
pany has had the ears of engineer put
to a test by eminent auricnlists. In
fact, I have been told that some com
panies have men employed who make
an examination of the ears of engineers
who have been on the road a certain
length of time."
will mt the dyspeptic from auy
days of misery, aad enable him to W
whatever he wishes. Theyprevemt
(mn the feed to assimilate aad aer
Ish the hedy, give keea appetite, aad
aad Ud mascle. degaatly gagar
coated. Price, 25ceaU per hex.
Office, 4A Murray Stn N. T.
WAMTEB An active man on liberal sal
ary to permanently represent an as
sociation Incorporated to supply, at co-operative
nrices. general merchandise and all
kinds of articles for home and family use, in
each small city, town, village and rural dis
trict. m.aWBBemaen. FaTd np certificates
91M.M la Cash. Credit wellrated. Bef
erences exchanged. Empire Co-operative
Association (Lock Box rofi, New York,
Regardless of Cost
GETTING UP EARLY.
The Habit Wonltl Kill M(t or Us in
Most of the talk about early rising
is moonshine. The habit of tnniing
out of bed iu the middle of the night
suits some people; let them enjoy it.
But it is only a folly to lay down a
general rule upon the subject. Some
men are fit for nothiug all day after
they have risen early every morning.
Their energies are deadened, their
imaginations are heavy, their spirits
It is said you can work so well in
the morning. Some people can, but
others can work best at night; others
again, in the afternoon. Long trial
and experiment form tho only conclu
sive tests upon these points. We all
know the model man, aged eight.
"I invariably rise at five; I work three
hours, take a light breakfast namely,
a cracker and a pinch of salt work
five hours more; never smoke, never
drink anything but barley water, eat
no dinner, and go to bed at six in th
evening." If anybody finds that
donkeyfied sort of fife will suit him, by
all means let him continue it But
few people would care to -live to
eighty on these terms.
If a man can't get all withered and
crumbled up on easier conditions
than those, it is almost as well that
he should depart before he is a
nuisance to himself and a bore to
everybody else. School boys and
young people generally ought to get up
early, for it is found that nine-tentlis
of them can stand it and it
does them good. But let no one
torture himself with the thought that
he could have been twice as good a
man as he is if he had risen every
morning at daylight The habit would
kill half of us in less than five years.
A man who had left his team on the
market and carried a whip in his hand
entered a store on Randolph street
yesterday forenoon and asked for the
proprietor. That gentleman came for
ward and the farmer said:
MI want to ask yon a question. Yon
have just been married a second time
and ought to "
"Sir! What in the old Harry do yon
mean?" thundered the proprietor in
"Why, I lost my wife a year ago,
"What do I care about your wife!"
"And my friends are advising me to
get another. I have heard it said "
"Get out of here!"
"Can't I inquire?"
"Won't you tell me if your second
marriage is "
"No, sir! Get out or I will do you
"Oh, I'll get out, but you needn't
get mad over it. Seems to me that
when a man comes and asks for infor "
"Git!" interrupted the proprietor, as
he jumped for au iron poker and the
farmer hustled, saying, as he reached
'This settles me ou a second mar
riage. They can't be happy." Detroit
INTIIE CIKCUIT COUltT OFTHE STATE
of Oregon, for Clatsop county.
E. L. Mitchell, plaintiff , vs. J. O. Howell,
State of On-Ron, County of Clatsop, ss : To
J. O. Howell, the above-named defendant :
In the name of tho state of Oregon, you
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint of the above-named plaintiff
filed in the above entitled court in the above
entitled action on or before the first day of
the next regular term of the above entitled
court, to-wit : on or before the 16th day of
June, 1890; and if you fail to appear, for
want thereof, plaintiff will take judgment
against you for the sum of one hundred and
fifty dollars (for service rendered, and work
and labor done and performed by plaintiff
at your request), and his costs and disburse
ments in this action, and for the sale of the
following described real estate, to-wit : Tho
SWK of NEtf. NW of SE'4 and E' J of
SE& of section 7, in township 7 north, range
6 west, in Clatsop county. Oregon, which, an
you are hereby notified, plaintiff has caused
to be attached herein, to secure the satis
faction of any judgment that he might here
And you are further notified that this sum.
mons is served by publication, at least once
a week for six successive weeks, in Tiik
Daily astoriax, a newspaperpublished
at Astoria, Oregon, by order of Hon. F.J.
Taylor, judge of the above entitled court,
made on the 2nd day of May.1890.
JOHN H. SMITH.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
C7R in C95fl A XOSTH can be made
v'v ' swu working for us. Persons
preferred who can furnish a horse and give
their whole time to the business. Spare
moments can be profitably employed also.
A few vacancies in towns and cities. B. F,
JOHNSON & CO., 1009 Main St., Klcnmend,
Settling in this city over six j-ears aqo, where 1 found
a very health climate and good natural advantages,
etc., I concluded three years ago to open business in my
line on my own account, with the intention, if possible,
to give no one an excuse to take or send money out of
Astoria to build up any other city in preference.
And as I Have Succeeded in Building up
a Good Business, and am
Here to Stay,
1 still invite you all to call, or send jour children, as it
is well known that at my counters,
A CHILD BUYS AS CHEAPLY AS THE MOST
Halibut Won't Stand Freezing.
Among a consignment of fish re
ceived from Cape Flattery yesterday
by the Tacoma Fishing company was
a large halibut. A peculiarity of the
fish was a whitish substance re
sembling com starch oozing from the
llesh when the halibut was cut in half.
"That is caused by freezing," said
Mr. nnme, who was performing the
operation. "Halibut will not stand
freezing, as the fish is ruined the
moment it begins to thaw, just like an
apple or potato. This one was caught
off the capo and placed on the ice by
inexperienced men. Had they kept it
in a cool place instead of freezing the
fish would have been in good con
dition, but now it is worthless. Hali
but is the only fi&h that cannot be suc
cessfully frozen." -Tacoma T.eihjer.
A Story by T.ilina-c.
I wns very busy one afternoon and
a gentlemau sent up his card, on
which wns written: "I must see you."
I sent back word that I could not see
him then, but would be at his serv
ice at G o'clock. But ho would not
be denied, and after two more declar
ations that his business was important
I had him come up. "Now," says he,
"I'm a fatalist, and I want to talk to
you. I believe that when the body dies
the mind dies. Some day my body will
die and then I'll die. That'll be the
last of me." "Well," jsaid I, "Pm
glad of it."
Its peculiar ollicacy Is duo
ns much tn tho process and
bkill iu compounding nstc
the hun ilu'iits themselves.
Takfit In time. It cheek!
diseases inthu outset, or if
they be advanced will proe:i potent euro.
lo In stall lie YiOnt It.
It takes the place of a
doctor and costly pre
scriptions. All who lead
sedentary lives will 'hid
it the best preventive of
and cure (or Indigestion,
Constipation, llcntl.ichc, IUIIonsness,
Piles and Mental Depression. No loss
of time, no interference with business
wlille taking. For children It Is most In
nocent and harmless. No danger from
exposure after taking. Cnres Colic, Dl
arrluca, Ilowel Complaint. Fororish
ncss and Fuerlsh Cold. -Invalids and
delicato persons will tlnd it the mildest
Aperient and Tonic they can use. A little
taken at night insures refreshing sleep
and a natural eaeuatlou of the bowels.
A little taken in the morning sharpens
tho appetite, cleanses the, stomach and
sweetens the breath.
A PHYSICIAN'S OPINION.
"I hac been practicing medicine for
twenty j ears and lue nccr been able to
fmt up a ectable compound that would,
ike Simmon'. Liver Regulator, promptly
and effectively move the Liver to action,
and at the same time aid (instead of weak
ening) the digestive and assimilative
powers of the system."
L. M. Hinto.v, m.u., Washington, Arlc.
Marks of Genuineness: Look for the red
Trade-Mnrk on froutof Wrapper, and tho
Seal and Signature of J. H.Zeilin &. Co., In
red, out lie .side. Takenoother.
IN THE CIKCUIT COUltT OFTHE STATE
of Oregon, for Clatsop county :
Emily Handlem, plaintiff, vs. Joseph
State of Oregon, County of Clatsop, ss : To
Joseph Handlem, the above-named defend
In the name of the state of Oregon, you
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint of the above-named plaintiff
filed in the above entitled court in the above
entitled suit, on or before the first day of the
next regular term of the above entitled
court, to-wit: on or before the lOtti day of
June. 1S90 ; and if you will fall so to appear
and answer, for want thereof, plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief prayed for
in said complaint, which is for a decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony heretofore
and now existing between you and the said
And you will take notice that this sum
mons is published by order of his honor,
Frank J. Taylor, judge of the aboye entitled
court, made on the 2nd day of May, 1800.
JOHN 11. SMITH.
Attorney for Flaintiff.
TMelsen, Lester & Aniln,
Surveyors and Architects.
Office, Rook 9, Flavel's Bld'g
P. O. Box 813. ASTOKIA, OR.
J. H. MANSELL,
- REAL ESTATE BROKER, -
NOTARY PDBLIC FOR STATE OF OREGON.
City Lots and Acre Property. Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage for Sale.
Correspondence Solicited. 1. 0. 15o 363. Established 1883.
INVESTMENTS MADE FOR OUTSIDE PARTIES.
Next W. U. Telegraph Office. Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
To-Day-Fine Ice Cream Soda-To-Day
Also Handle None lmt the Finest Key West and Imported
Ple:ve Call and C.ive me a Trial. THIRD STREET, Next W. U. Telegraph Office
Now is the time to Imy a lot at WARRENTON or WEST WABRENTOX
before the price is raised. For sale by
W. L. Uhlenhart,
Office on Third St., Opp. Odd Fellow's Temple. P. O. Box 841,
Saddles and Harness
A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
GOODS AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
I make a specialty of good work and guarantee satisfaction. At the Old Stand. YVes
Side Olney Street. Near Wilson & Fisher's.
IIpi! liv tlin United States Government.
t sliies and 1'ubllc Food Analysts, as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's
, Cream IUkin-4 Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Delicious
Flavoring Extracts. Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Hose, etc., do not contain Polson
I ous Oils or Chemicals.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., New York, Chicago, San Francisco.
Immense Stock of Furniture
Two Car Loads received : More on the way. You are invited to see the Fines;
Display of Furniture, Carpets, etc., in the City. Prices reasonable.
THE OLD STAND,
KEEP YOUR EYE ON
LOTS FOR SALE BY
Fitzgerald & Carney,
INTHECIKCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for Clatsop county.
Mary K. Franklin, plaintiff, vs. William J.
State of Oregon, County of Clatsop, S3 : To
William J. Kranklin, defendant :
In the uame of the state of Oregon, you
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you in the aboc
entitled action within ten days from the
date of the service of this summons upon
you, if served within this county; or if
served w ithin any other county of this state,
then within twenty days from the date of
the service of this summons upon you ; or if
served upon yon by publication, then by the
first day of the next term of this court, to
wit : June 1G, 1890 ; and if you fail so to
answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will
take judgment against j ou for a dissolution
of the bonds of matrimony existing between
you and plaintiff ; for costs and disburse
ments of suit; for Judgment for S500 ad
vanced by plaintiff to you ; for one-third of
the real estate, and for $3,000 alimony, and
for such other and further relief as may be
meet and proper. This summons is served
upon you by publication once a week for
six weeks in The Daily Astoria, pub
lished in Astoria. Oregon.
By order of F. J. Taylor, Judge, made
this 2nd day of May, lSDo.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Real Estate Broker,
Endorsed bv thi hpruli of th firont-. TTniver-
Largest : Stock I
Lowest : Prices!
F. E. WILLSON,
Civil Engineer and
DRAUGHTING : AND : MAPPING
P. O. Box 8C3.
Office with J. H. Mansell, next W. U.
John Roberson, Pre.
A. T. Brake, afar.
The Pacific Real Estate Co.
Incorporated March 20, 1890.
Real : aad : Personal : Praacrtjr
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Office on Third St., near the Central Hotel.
Astoria, ... Ores;