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WEDNESDAY. MAY 11, 1SE0
- . Novo.", which arrived jVIondav evening
Officials Recsirc La Bribes Fd!Khs2n8 Tri" RO np
RiUtraCtS at F.WnilllJllt , Tue steamship Lahme, Captain S.
USUUdWU dl LbUllimdll. RGraves, sailed yesterday for Port
j Townpend, with 150 sacks of oats, 240
RUSStA c:tAXiics nun J'OLICY. sacks of feed, 11 bundles of iron pipe
! and '1,135 packages of miscellaneous
Ssftal toy California Associated Pitxss
London. May 13. The Vienna
correspondent of the Times says the
removal of Bismarck has induced the
car to revere his policy of alliance I
xritli France and revert to n German
alliance. The Krasuoe meeting will
probably result in a compact that will
altogether clinnge tlie grouping of
SjKrcial to Til it Astor'AN.I
Zaxziiuk. "May l'l. -AVLemaun has
bombarded Limit and cnturotl the
town. Emin Pasha's expedition mot
with difficulties at Bag;imoyo on
April 2Sth. raid has only reached a
Knit five days march from the coast,
ssertions amount to one fourth or
the whole force.
A Cital I'vplosimi.
Special te The Astorux.
Home, May :. - Fourteen were
killed and many injured fatally to
day by au explosion of bailisiive! the
new explosive, at the ammunition fac
tory near Turin.
Special teTur Atokian.
Pkag-;-. "May i:j. Three thousand
workinjimen at Koenigshof have gone
on a strike. The situation is critical
and trHp have been summoned.
Seclal to Tn it Astokian.
Vancovki:. 1. C'.. May i:j. The
large bridge across the north arm or
the Frazor nver suddenly collapsed
tliis afternoon, throwing four men
into the water. The were injured
Imt not fatally. The bridge
was built b a San Francisco
coui'tany for the provincial
govenimeiit last year. 11 collapsed
from the pressure or the ice last win
ter and the company was compelled to
reinstate it, and it now falls again
lefoa the government has accepted
Queer Statement I'roin (iteliee.
Special to Tn r .WOkian.J
Qenmsr, May Y. In connection
with the cliarges ofjuiiolesalc corrup
tion of government officials by con
tractors, to M'rure a contract for the
ooutructioii of a graving dock at
Esquimalt. J. C, Uolxrl "UcGrcevv, a
brotlierot Thos. McGrecvy, L P., is
said to have nveivedS30.000:Ottawa got
the other in.O00. O. E. Murphy who
turns in former, produces documents
in favor of the statement, among
which are letters from Council v offer
ing S3H.0 0 for a $2o0,000 contract.
Sjtocial to Tin; AsToniAx.l
Madrid. May 13. Nine thousand
miners of Bilbas have struck. Troops
are keeping order.
(rand Keception to Stanley
Secial to Tn it Atoi:i jf.
London, May 13.- The reception
given Stanley by the city of London,
in Guild lin'l to-day, was the grand
est of all demonstrations ever given
in honor of an explorer's arrival. The
freedom or the city was presented and
the explorer was also the recipient of a
number of pictures, maps of Africa
and London, arms or Great Britain
and the United States.
Slie Will Still Ilxlst.
Special to Tn n Astoria n.1
SuATTLr.. May 13. Millie Moran. a
disreputable woman, attempted suicide
this afternoon, .lealousy of the atten
tions given by Thomas Moran, her
lover, to another woman, was the
cause. A stomach pump saved her
The A'ortliwestern Eie:ici:e.
Special to Tun Astokiax.j
Spokane Falls, May 13. The
Northwestern league game was played
licre to-day, and the result to,
Spokane 12, Seattle 1(1
The Son Port of Oregon.
C P. Huntington makes Astoria,
Or., the proposition to make it the ter
minus of a transcontinental railway,
the other terminus being on the At
lantic ocean and the gulf of Mexico,
provided Astoria shall guarantee him,
when the railway is completed, S200,
O00 in cash, all the Astoria fc Southern
railway now built and the terminal
facilities. Astoria hns made the
pledge mid will get the road, and will
leoonie the second greatest city in
Oregon. The day will come when As
toria and Port Townscnd will be
united by a south coast railway, with
a splendid suspension bridge across
the Columbia at Astoria. Astoria will
le the great scaxrr for Oregon and
PortTownsend for Washington. All
ikat is needed to achieve this com
manding position is energy and the
enterprise and foresight that grasps
opportunities when presented and
-aakes opportunities when none are in
eight. The destiny or every city is in
tbe hands of a few far-seeing men.
whose ken takes in every avenue r
access and every line of extension
who with the wealth and brain given
them create cities and found common,
wealths. Fortunate are we, if we have
secli men to shape our destinies.
Port Townsind Hominy Liadt-r, 10.
A llaml-omc Amount Raided.
Shortly after the death of X. An
drew and John Hnvman, a committee
otthcC.B.F. P. U., consisting of
Alex. Sutton, Chas. "Westcrlnnd, H. A.
Simon and John Dragolich. solicited
subscription for the two families left
desolate, which resulted in raising
the sum of $107.50.
This will le divided into two parts
and $303.75 will be given to each fam
ily. Mrs. Hnymnn desires to return
heartfelt thanks to those who aided
ia the work of charity.
The family of N. Andrew live in
mtleni Greece, about one hundred
iwks from Constantinople. Hon.
Sol. Hirscli, minister to Turkey, will be
coBsnlted with as to the proper way
of getting tbe amouut to tho family of
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
1a Baby -was sick, wo cave her Castoria.
a be was & Child, she. cried for Castoria,
JWb akw becasae Xias, she clung to Castoria,
ft kaA CkOdreB, she gave them Castoric
MAI1IKK NEWS AND KOTES.
The British ship St. Mildred sailed
for Europe yesterday.
The schooner Norma sailed for San
Francisco yesterday, lumber laden
! from the West Shore mills.
i The bark Coloma. Cantain C. jL
The steamer Cosmopolls, Captain
George Dettmer, arrived yesterday
from Nanaimo, British Columbia,
bringing :io9 tons of "Wellington coal,
barrols oE fivnip and a ot of j.
All the patent medicines advertised
1 in this paper, together with the choicest
, perfumery, and toilet articles etc.. can
i he bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
j Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
CATARRH CURED, health and
sweet brcatn secured by Shiloh's Ca
tarrh Remedy, l'rioe, 50 cents. Nasal
Injector free .J. C. Dement.
of Douglass County.
DAVID I. THOMPSON,
of Multnomah County.
For Secrelaiy of State,
of Columbia County.
For State Treasuier,
of ("rant Coiintj'.
RODEUT S. 1'EAX,
of Lane County.
For. Sup'L of Public Instruction,
e. J5. .Mcelroy,
of Renton County.
For State Printer.
FRANK C. RAKER,
of Multnomah County.
Prosecuting Attorney Fifth DIst.
T. A. MoRRIDE.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
C. "A. FULTON.
.1AM lis AV. AVKLUII.
C. A. Ah-CUII'l.
Count v Coimiiis!n..er,
C. W. l.OU'UI'UY.
k. w. WKiiiilr.
Recorder ol Conveyances,
1". I. DUNIJAK.
CI1AS. .1. L1NDELU
C. tV. SI11VELY.
II. 11. TIIlELSEN.
F. II. SUKl'KENANT.
.Justice of the Peace Astoria Precinct.
CIlAS. II. .STOCKTON.
.JOHN V. WELCH.
Democratic State Ticket
ltOUKUT A. MILLED.
of Jackson County.
of Multnomah County.
For Secretary of State,
WILLIAM M. TOWXSENI),
of Lake County.
For State Treasurer,
C. W. WEND,
of Fiualilla County.
For Supreme Judge,
of Mai ion County.
ForSup'l. of Public Instruction.
of Linn Comity.
For State Printer,
OAPT. J 01 IX O'UltlEN,
of Lane County.
Prosecuting Attorney Fifth Dist.
J. I J. JiUOCKKNliKOUGII.
DEM00KATI0 COUNTY TICKET.
.1X0. II. SMITH, It. J. MOKRISON.
C. II. PACE.
Count y Comnitssioner,
C. IS. SORENSON.
11. A. SMIDT.
C. J. TRKXCIIAR1).
Recorder of Convej'ances,
J. K. HlfiCINS.
V. II. COFFEY.
I A. GRANGER.
IS. JJ. FRANKLIN.
Justice of the Peace Astoria Precinct,
A. A. CLEVELAND.
PEARS5 obtained the only gold medal
toilet SOAP in competition with all the
For State Senator,
C. W. FULTON.
For County Clerk,
! E. W. WRIGHT j
For County Clerk, j
For County Kecorder,
F. I. DUNBAR.
For Sheriff, fi
H. A. SMIDT.
J. E. IIIGGINS.
For County Treasurer,
For County Treasurer,
I MARTIN FOARD.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller,
Headquarters at Main Street wharf.
TELEPHONE NO. 43.
A General Express and Delivery Business
Your patronage Is solicited.
ASTORIA, - OREGON
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
Apeclalty inadeof repairing
FOOT OF LAPAYBTTK 8TREK1
GUSTAV HANSEN, Prop'r.
A Large and Well Selected Stock of Hln
Diamonds f Jewelry
At Extremely Low Prices.
AU Cloodg Bought at Tkli EtUMIktmeat
Watck and Clock Repair! hi;
Corner Cass and Squemoqua sirens
John G. Dement.
Successor to W. E. Oement & Co.
Carries Complete Stocks of
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
PrrserlptUaa Carcmily CMMNaiIrt.
Mexican Salve and
Norwegian File Cute
AND COMMISSION HOUSE.
Successor to . C .Iloldeu.
The oldest established Commission House
in Oregon. Goods of all kinds sold ou com
Auction Sales Every Saturday.
General Repairing, Jobbing and Uphol-
Fine stock of Furniture on hand.
When you want Bargains in Household
Goods go to
Jfc if r ty.
Hughes & Go
Wholesale and Retail
Importers of AH llramls of Foreign and Do
mestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
J. II. Cutter Whiskies a specially. Val
Klatz Bottled Beer. Finest brands of Key
West and Domestic Cigars.
Liquors for Medicinal Punses.
Family Trade Solicited. All orders from
the City and Country promptly filled.
Squemoqua Street, - - - Astoria, Oregon.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agent for theGUlOX Steamship Line and
the THIXttVALLA Steamship Line, direct
Als , agent for "hvenska 1 rluuuen
Corner ot Water and WVM Ninth Stivets
Resort Billiard Parlor.
CROSHAUKR &15 fACH, Prop'.-.
L. FEUUXR'S CEI.EIIUATKO
Gambrinus Beer !
:uilriitn( liottlt'tl IIMr.
J. II. C7ntt:r Wltislij'. IDoiucslir
auI I(3 West Cignro.
Constantly on hand.
Third Street, four doors west of Telegraph
Olfice, fonnerly Telephone Retaiir.iut.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
WEINHARD LAGER BEER,
On Ice, and Drawn from the Wood.
Five Cents a Glass.
WIK. KOCIC, l'rnprivlor.
Hill's Palace Tarictios.
Opon Every Night.
GEO. HILL, - - Sole Proprietor.
NEW PEOPLE WEEKLY.
Aim to Please Everybody. The only Free
Show in Astoria. Wines. Liquors and Ci-
Ire Cold ltccr.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians
Finest of Wines and Liquors
GotoTUK GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. PROPRIETOR
The Globe Saloon
Under Nevr Management.
Christian tVeJcn, Proprietor.
(Formerly Rartender at the "Resort,"
Bestof Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Comer Main and First Streets.
L0EB & CO..
Wines, Lipors 3nn Ciprs.
A Large Stock of Fint -Class Goods.
Supplied at Lowest Market Rates.
All orders filled promptly and Accurately.
Agents for First Class boreign and Domestic
Brands. Main street Opp. Parker House.
Thos. Graves, Propr.
A new and first-class saloon, fashionably,
fitted All the modern conveniences.
My Aim is to Please My Patrons.
SECOND STREET, - ASTOIUA, OR.
Opposite Flavel's Brick Building.
Standard - Saloon.
R.BARTIPS OLD STAND.
Tho Celebrated North Pacific
Brewery Beoron Draught.
Also the Finest Kinds of Wines, Li
quors and Ciyars.
And last, but not least
The Grand Orchestra, and a Free Lunch.
H. CRUBE, Propr.
ASTORIA. - - - - OREGON.
LARSON & HILLBACK
ANI FRESH FRUITS.
Orders Delivered Free r Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Third street.
next to Pioneer office.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
There la 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. Better Work
manship, and for less Money.
By Leaving their Orders with MEaNY.
New Goods bv Every Steamer.
Call and see him and satisfy youreIf.
P. J. Meany. Merchant Tailor.
I. W. Case,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts drawn available in any part of the
0. S. and Europe, and on Ilong Kong, China
Ofkick Hours :-io a. m. to 3 r. m.
Odd Fkixows Buildino, Astoria, Oregon.
SOW 18 THE TIME!
ROSS & "WIRT
Are ready to raise and move houses.
We are the bow at building streets, side
walks and bulkheads. Shingling houses a
specially. Jack screws, blocking, rollers and
cribs for rent. Shop ou Fourth St., bet. Cass
1 0 O (
awarded solely for
JOilK KOPP, Propriotor.
Patronize Home Industry!
We supply a
GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER
As Any in the Market.
;n:ASfrvAUiiK: a xjcjl
Tie North Pacific Brewery Beer
Is Pure and TJuaduiteratea.
It glvesgencral Satisfaction aud Is Furn
ished in Quantities to Suit.
Leave orders With A, W. Utzniger
next to lterginan & Co.'s, or Fred CnKe,
next to FoarJ & ritekos.
Dally Delivery i: Am Part or tht Ciii'.
Falier's Golta Female Pills I
Fur Female Irreg
lik" them on the
market. A'crcr fail.
SKcecsrull v u s r il
Srit i& ''i li ominenl unties
) 80y- &LM t iiiniitlily. Cuanui- T
-&jyfi. teed to relieve mip- i
vS4V!y preyed iueutnia-1 I
Don't lu; hnmlmg-
. ued. Save tune and
V health and money ;
take no oilier.
Kent tn :mv :i 1-
dress, secure liy
st?'1 ' UKiu on receipt oi
S'Ov price, W. Adtlrev.
THE APHR0 MEDICINE CV.1PAUY,
Western P.r.iueh, l!ox J7. POltTLAXD. OK
Fire and Mavino smd Life
VAN DU3EN & CO.. Aq'is.
OI the Following Keliahle Foreign aud
Homu Companies :
Liverpool and London ami Clohe. North
1'ritL-dt and Mercantile. Scottish Union aud
National, Hartford of CounccMcut, Commer
cial or California. Umdonaud Lancashire of
Liverpool, Commercial Union ol London,
Cuardian of London. Northwest of Portland,
Initial Life or New York.
Prompt .Liberal Adjustments Guaranteed
California Marine lr.s. Co., S. F.
Columbia Firs and ftarinc Ins. Co.,
Home Mutual Insuiance Co.. S. F.
Phoenix of London.
Imperial of London.
Robb & Parker,
Fire and Marne Insurance,
With an Abrogate Capital or
IMPKK1AL. of London.
GALII'OKNIA. of Califomhu
COXXKCl'ICUT. ot Hartford.
OAJvLAND 1I0.AIK. or Oakland
I.IUN. of Imdon.
VI It KM AX'S FL'XI). c f California.
QUKKX, of lindon.
.IX tiou of the nubile to the fact that the
aoove Market v.-fl! always besuppiled with a
KULI. VAK'.KTY .VXD V.VXT QUAIaTY
FRESM AMD CURED SV1EA7S ! I
Which will he sold at lowest rates, v. hole
sale and retail.
fciySppeial attention ulven to supply hi
WHERRY & CGSXPANY,
Fresh and Cured IVIfjiti-i,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITK OCUIDKNT ZiUTKi ,
t:iU:.MA3IUS Street. Astoria, O-.
OIIara A; lugalls, Propr's.
Opposite Foard & Stohes.
A First-Class Meat Shop.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
AH Purchases Delivered in any part of the
Magce, Argand and Acorn
Gookiii" and Heating,
EVERYONE FULLY W.UtKANTED
WATKB CLOSETS, PLUMItlNCS G0UHS,
PUMPS, SINKS, ANI BATH TCI1S.
Noe cfc Scully,
CHENxVMDS STREET. ,
m -i 14
T ' 'K
Sunday School Covention.
ri'.IIEKE WILL P.E HELD A COUNTY
A Sunday School Convention in this city on
Friday, May 10. at 1 ao i ar.. In the First
Fresh terian church, with a view to effect a
permanent county organization or nil the
Sunday schools in Clatsop county. Tills will
ber. mass convention, to which all interest
ed In Sunday school work arc hereby cor
dially invited. An Interesting prosramnie
has been prepared, and Kev. J. Hobenr.
president or the State Sunday School Con
vention, will be present and participate In
the discussion. By-order or the States. S.
CARL A. HANSON,
Member of Com.
OFFSHOOTS FK03I LITTLE PEOPLE.
"J3o yon lenow what the dollar sign :
is, TedyV 'Teth 'ran. It's an eth
witl p. wailwoad ninnin' over it." '
Harpei's Youny People. '
Mrs. Brown "What made you malie j
a face behind my back? Little Johnnie I
"Wliy, ma, you didn't think I was I
fool enough to do it before vonr face, i
Teacher: Xow. children, God made
the world in sis days. Little Joe
(with logical turn of mind) But he
did not finish it. Look at all de
houses bnildin' and de boys and girls
dat have to grow! -N. Y. Herald.
The City Child's Idea of It -Teacher
How many of you can tell me some
thing about grass? Well Jolmnv.
, what do you know about it? Johnny
, Please, ma'am, it is something vou
always have to keep oJFn.
A little 3-yenr-old in Belfast, in the
absence of the person who said grace
at the table, thought she would take
his place, and, asking the familv to
bow their heads, said: '-Oh. Dod,
take me to Heaven when yon want
me, aud the rest when you get readv
for them. Amen." Pel fas t, Maine,
Teacher- And Adam and Eve
couldn't go back Jo the garden be
cause an angel, holding a flaming
sword, was at the gate. Billy Snod
grass Why didn't they jninp the
Tence? If I'd been there Tonv
Fuller- "What're you talking 'bout?
Sposin' 'twas barb nrc?--Puck.
Page is a youngster who is given to
using slang, and his father doe3 not
like it. The other morning at break
fast he said somethiug, and his father
reproved him. UI thought I told yon
not to use slang," he saitl. ''Slang?'
repealed Page, with big, innocent in
terrogation points in his eyes. 'Well,
if that's slang you can paste me one
in the noek."- Washington Star.
Considerate -Little Fannie W., not
quite six years old, had been taught to
pray when she had been naughtv.
One day she said she asked God to
make her good and He did it right
away, and that He always did what
she askod Him. Her mother said:
"Whj don'L you ask Him to make you
good all the time?" and she replied:
Oh T had rather lie bad soma than to
bo lK)thoring the Lord so much."
Ji'v. .S. ('. .'., in llabiihuftd.
The Small "Joy .Wakes More Trouble
-Young Man (to little brother of
girl osi whom he has called) Does
your sister Ella ever speak or me,
Johnnie? Little Brother Yes; often
and ortcn. Y.AL What does she say?
L.B. Well, she said to pa once, when
pa said you Averc rather fresh looking,
that she didn't think you kneAv ennui;! t
' to go in Avhcn it rained, but that don't
matter, for I see yon've brought your
Ada understood I am the father
r a live-year-old girl avIio says her
share of runny and pathetic- "tilings.
Her mother is English. am a native.
One day I Avas telling her mother that
1 understood the motive for a certain
act because the child possessed traits
similar to my own and so I knew the
rea-son for it. When I ended my dis
course Ada "said: 'Yes, papa, you're
American and I'm American, and so
each other." -Itaby-
Persons, ami especially childten are
snhjeet to thi agonizing complaint,
wlmh often comes on suddenly in the
night and wit lumt any previous Avarn-
ing. Hiinuums Liver llegulator shouIiL
j alAays he at hand. A s nglc dose will
' geiiendly allay tliepain. It never fails
m giving relief. It is harmless, and can
I t)e given Avitii surety to a child or tho
I tenderest age.
Becognizing a dillicnlty is often
easier than locating its cause. The
diJIiculty is a plain matter of fact. The
question of its cause is a matter of
I opinion Avhere is a liability of being
swayed by purely personal consid
erations. EJij'iiI'ns As'siica Salve.
Tut: Ilr-vr S.vi.vi: in the AA-irhl for
Cuts, ilruie-, hores, Ulcers, Salt Ithe
inii, l'eer Sores, '1'etter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblain.--, Corns, aud all Skin
Eruptions, aud positively cures Tiles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 'i.1! cents' per box. For
I s.tle by .1. V. Conn.
If you Avould iiud a great many
faults be on the lookout; but if you
want to iind them in unlimited- quan
tities be on the look-in.
"With your name and address, mailed to
the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., ia
necessary to obtain an interesting treat
ise ou the blood and the diseases incident
Skin Eruption Cured.
One of my customers, a highly respected and
icCzcotial citizen, but who La now absent from
the city, has used Swift's Specific Avith excellent
result, lie says it cured him of a skin cruptioa
that he had been tormented with for thirty years,
and had resisted the curathc qualities of many
Itounirr Cixca, Drcggbt, Falls City, Neb.
E. P. NOONAN & CO,,
J. P. HYNES,
"Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TKLWIIOXK NO. 7. - P. 0. 110X :500
I Tlio only medicino which destroys the
i ronn o Catarrh, Rhoamatism, Female
uomplaints. Consumption (if not too far
jonsu, Dyspopsia, Malarial and alt Blood
I ind iin -Diseases. It is a eafo and positivo
iro tor LOSS OT ManriOOd and Uon
Drrhoa. Is pleasant to driak. Give i t a trial
Prico, 73 cents and $1.2.1.
PACIFIC SLOPE MEDICINE CO.,
Spokano Falls, Wash.
J. C Dement. Sole Agent, Astoria
IS that mlcry experienced when we sud
denly become aware thatAve possess a
diabolical arrangement Killed a btomach.
Tho stomach is tho reservoir from which
every fllrc : ; I tiuomnM. be nourished,
andanytr- i' withltissoonfeltthrough
out the a-: hjj-'em. Among u. dozen
dyspc.'t". . tv avIII haAe thepame pre
domi; .. ..:.. Dyspepticsolactivo
incut i j - .. v :. . .1 a bilious temperament
arc "! .! l B5c Icud:tcho; those,
llcshj : ndpliLm.i'iv have Constipation,
togloomy Sorobotlintjs-. Some dyspeptics
aro Avoiulcrfnlly funiitful; others havo
great irritability of U mper.
Whatever form Dy&pepsia may take,
one thins is certain,
The tnidcriyhssr cause is
121 UiC JjIEJt,
and one thing more Is equally certain, no
one will remain a dyspeptic Avho will
It will correct
Acidity of tho
Expel foal gases,
Start the JLivcr to working,
tchen all other troubles
"My wife -wras a confirmed dyspeptic. Some
three years aso by the advice of Dr. Steiner, of
Augusta, she was induced to try Simmons Liver
Regulator. I ieel grateful for the relief it has
given her, and may ail who read this and are
afflicted in any way, u hedaer chronic or other
wise, use Simmons Liver Regulator and I feel
confident health will be restored to all who will
be ad-ised." Wa. M. Keksu, Fort Valley, Ga.
See that you get the Genuine,
with red 25 oa front of "Wrapper,
PREPARED ONLY BY
J.H.ZETJLIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
MMgT " " ,4L!Jk Assist Digestion,
Mti Wi WIMuMltW and, at tho same
1fiS5" A tlmo
I H k k W W mm H I (A'A IH IVbII I Hal '
milli FOLLOWING PROVISIONS OF
X ihelawsoflhe United States are hereby
published for tin information of all con
Section 1050, Keised Statutes, Chapter :.
Title 'Si. enacts that : "No person shall kill
any otter, mink, mar ten,. sable, or fur seal,
or other fur-hearing animal, within the lim
its of Alaska Territory, or in the waters
thereof ; and every person guilty thereof,
hhall. for each offence, he fined not less than
two hundred nor more than one thousand
dollars, or imprisoned not more that; six
months, or both; and ail vessels, their
tackle, apparel, furniture and cargo, found
engaged in Eolation of tids section.. shall be
forfeited, but the Secretary of the Treasury
.shall have power to authorize the killing of
any such mink, marten, sable, or other fur
hearing animal, except fur seals, under such
regulations as he may prescribe, aud It shall
be the duty ot the Secretary to prevent the
killing of any fur seal, and to provide for
the execution of the provisions of this sec
tion until It Is otherwise provided by law,
nor shall lie grant any special privileges un
der this section.
Section 3 of the act entitled : "An act to
provide for the protection ot the salmon
fisheries of Alaska," approved March 2, 18S9,
provides that :
"Section 3. That section 195C of the Re
vised Statutes of the United States is hereby
declared to include and apply to all the do
minion of the United States in the waters
of HchringSca, and it shall be the duty of
the President at a timely season in each
year to Issue his proclamation, and cause
the same to be published for one month at
least In one newspaper (If any such there
be) published at each United States port of
entry on the Pacific coast, warning all per
sons against entering such waters for t lie
purpose of violating the provisions of said
section, and he shall also cause one or more
vessels of the United States to diligently
cruise said waters and arrest all persons and
seize ail vessels found to be or to have been
engaged in any violation of the laws of the
United States therein."
Now, therefore, I, JJkxjamix IlAKitisox,
President of the United States, pursuant to
the above recited statutes, hereby warn all
persons against entering the waters of
Hehring Sea within the dominion of the
United States, for the purpose of violating
the provisions of ?aid .section 1D."iI, Revised
Statutes ; and I hereby proclaim that all
persons found to he, or have been engaged
in any violation of the laws of the United
States, in said waters, will be arrested and
punished as above provided, and that all
vessels so employed, their tackle, apparel,
furniture and cargoes will be seized and
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have here
unto set my hand and caused the seal of the
United States to be affixed.
Done at the City ot Washington,
this fifteenth day of March, one
thousand eight hundred and nlne
sk.vl ty. and of the Independence of the
United States the one hundred
Iy the President :
JAMES (I. BLAINE,
Secretary of State.
WAH SING & CO ,
And Dealers in
Gent's Furnishing Goods of All Kinds.
Suits Made to Order at Short Notice, at
lowest prices. Always keep new goods on
hand. Also cleaning and repairing.
r.o RlcUnii'd Golden Balsam No. 1
Cures CIiancrcR, lint ami second stages-
primary forms of the disease known as
i'H P,"5f,?3 C0 Per Bottle.
Lo KIclmu'a Golden Balaam Ko.ii
C"11;?3-Tertiary. McrcurialSyphilitic Rheu
matism. Tarns in tho Bones, Pains In the
Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Sore
Throat, Syphilitic ltash, Lumps and con
tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, and
eradicates ail disease from the sj-stem
whether caused by indiscretion or abuse
r,f Mercury. leaIn- the blood pure and
healthy.. Prico 55 00 per Bottle.
Lc Rlchau'd Golden Spanish Anti
dote for the cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet
Irritation Gravel, ami atl Urinary or Geni!
tal disarrangements. lrlce S 50 pur
to Richau Coldon Spanish In
jection, for severe cases of Gonorrhoea,
Inflammatory Gleet. Stricturcs.&c. Price
SI no per Bottlo.
Lo RIchau'H Golden Ointment
for the cil 'ctivi hcaHngof Syphilitic Sores,
and eruptions. PrlroSl 00 per Box.
Lo RlcliRii'M Golden Pills Nerve
and Brain treatment; loss of physical pow
er, excess or over-work. Prostration, etc.
Price S:i 00 per Box.
Tonic nnd JTervinc,
Bent c.ervwhcre, C. O. D., EecurcJr packed
C. P. P.IcnARDS& CO. , Agents,
127 k 420 Sansome street. Corner Clay, f
San Francisco, Cal.
CIRCULAR ItAXLED FREE.
I prescribe and tally
endorse JHg O as the
only speciUc for the cer
tain cure of this disease.
Amsterdam, .N. V.
We have sold BIr G for
many years, and it has
siven me oes; oi satis
1). U. Dycnr JkCo.,
Chicago, I il
TradBlliarLl31. Sold by Druggista.
Sold by J. W. Conn, Astoria, Oregon,
n A t
mkmFCvttt ta H
VI TO 5 DATS.
BQcsrtatMd not to a
saW. Oato. W
Wilson & Fisher
HEAVY AND SHELF
Points Oiis.. and Varnish.
SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS
Portland Roller Mills,
ALLEN & SIMPSON,
Wail Paper and Oil Paintings
Sign Writer, Grainer and
Cor. Cass and Jefferson Sts., Astoria,
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB.
Carpenters anl Builders.
Ho!t & McCartrie's old stand, have over 200
plates and drawings of all kinds and styles
or dwelling-houses, ranging from $900 to
$12,000. Call and see them.
I. R. &N. Co.
FROM ASTORIA TO
Tanzy Pt., Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby
Connecting by Railroad and Steamboats
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
3L "GEN. CANBY,
Titos. Paukku. Master.
Wiii leave Astoria dally (Sundays excepted
Tanzy Pt. Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canby
at 8 A. M., (Tide permitting.)
With Oysterville Malls and Express daily
Through Mails to points beyond, and
Montesano, W.T., on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
"For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the company's office. Flavel's wharf.
New Steamer Line!
Tanzy Point, Ft. Stevens, Ft.
Canby and llwaco.
The Fine New
HERP.EICT TETIT, Master.
Will leave Astoria daily at 8 A. M. ; Sun
days at i A.M. : Wednesdays and Fridays
llintrlmr f ifii trltic Titovino' Aornulo tin
second trip at ZOO P. M. from Hustler's
uutn, iuuk ui muni aiicei.
For Tickets, Freight or Passage, Charter,
etc., apply to Capt. Petit, Main St. wharf.
Portland and Coast S. S. Co.
GRAYS HARBOR. N
STR. ALLIANCE. Sails from Port
land every Thursday at 7 p. M. ; and
from Astoria the following morning. Laud
ing at Hoquiam, Aberdeen, Cosmopolls and
STR. DOLPHIN. Sails from Portland
on 1st and 15th of each month, landing at
North Cove, South Bend, Willapa and Bay
F. It. STRONG, President.
C.P. UPSIIUR, Agent Astoria.
The Str. Telephone
Portland and Astoria.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. m.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. m.
Tie Celebrated French Core.
IS SOLD OS A
to cure an7
form of ner
or any dis
order of thn
AltllAT. BAT '
whnthnr n APTPP
iqinfr from f lln AT(MaiTn naaAffitinl..l. ro
bacco or Opium, or through youthful indiscre
tion, over indulgence. Ac, such as Loss of
Brain Power. Wakefulness, Bearing down
Pains in the Back, Seminal Weakness, Hys
teria, :Nervous Prostration, Nocturnal Emis
sions, Leucorrhoca, Diiziness, Weak Memory,
Loss of Power and Impotency. which if ne
glected otten lead to premature old age and
insanity. Price $1 a box, 6 boxes for $5. Sent
by mad on receipt of price.
A WRITTEN UUAKASTEE for every 85 or
der, to refund the money if a Peraaaeat core
is not effected. Thousands of testimonials
from old and young, of both sexes, perma
nently cured by Aphroditise. Circular free.
Address. THE APIIRO XEDICIHE GO.
Box 27. Westkwc Branch, Pertlaad, Or.
For sale by J. a DEMENT.
FOR MEN ONLY!
M rUOII 11C Geaerai mad motTOTJl
AMOlut.lr BBlUUair HOIK TKKATaEXT.BMtta I. ii"
ifv frtt A1 Himtrnm T...H. 1 1 i m-M T.
rb m vjfw
Tea earn writ tmm. Bonk, htl
iMaM) tn. Addrtu EI pj
They Have Stood the Test of Time
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