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CITY AS'D COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
GRAND REPUBLICAN BALLY.
An Able an! Effeotive Speed ly Col,
E, f . lErins.
-I.V ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING,
One ol the fishing boats in the river
was capsized Jast evening, while sail
Michael Dunning broke his le?
last Sunday afternoon by being thrown
from a horse. He was taken to the
Cushing Post, No. 14, G. A. K and
the W. R. C. will have a joint meeting
at the post room at 3 o'clock this after
noon, to complete arrangements for
The official bonds to be filled out for
Postmaster Hare, arrived from "Wash
ington, D. (X, yesterday, aud will at
once bo made out and forwarded to
Teamsters are hereby requested to
keep off of Third street this morning
till ton a. r? from Main street to "West
Ninth, to give the surveyors oppor
tunitv to make surveys.
Onr Upper Astoria friends should
get in and orgaunize a fire department
and secure an engine. They are tak
ing big chances, and can't always de
Hind upon this city for protection,
A marriage license has been issued
by which C. S. Kenuey and Miss Mary
A. Dougherty will be enabled to unite
bauds and fortunes for the balance of
time they will occupy this mundane
Real estate transactions filed for
record yesterday started in well for
the first business day of the week,
there beiug eleven deeds, amounting
to S2i221. one of the best days for
Partie; from South Bend say that
the mail facilities in that direction and
the entire sy&teni of transportation is
inadequate to the requirements. An
improvement in that direction is looked
for by July 1st
Two waiters in one of the lestaurauts
on Sunday evening had a personal
difficulty, and some sharp words
were passed. Then came a slap in
the face, but the man who was hit.
fired a glass dish at the other, cut
ting him on the head.
Kobt. Murtie died at SL Mary's
hospital yesterday morning of sup
purative endoconditi. Deceased was
aged 35 years. He was a member of
the Portland 'Longshoremen's Union.
He will be buried from F. H. Surpre
nant's undertaking rooms at two
o'clock this afternoon.
Last evening there was a grand Re
publican rally, the first of the cam
paign which was in regard to the pro
cession, the size of the audience, the
earnestness, eloqnence and brilliancy
of the address, and the enthusiasm of
tlu hearer-;, as thoroughly successful
ase.utM possibly have been desir;.l by
the most ardent imaijinatiou.
A long line of energetic Republicans
marched to the stirring music of
Utzinger's band through the principal
streets, aud escorted Col. E. W.
Nevius from the Occident hotel to the
Prominent in tiie procession was the
Dirigo club with 70 members, em
bracing some of the leading men of
the city, wearing elegant silk badges,
who were the escort of the speaker.
As the procession reached the opera
house and filed in, the entire lower
Hoor was soon filled aud a large
number of people were in the galleries,
many ladies being present
On the platform were Hon. C. V.
Fulton, Dr. Jnv Tuttle, James W.
Welch, John Fox, C. J. Curtis, W. A.
Sherman, Frank Gunn, Bert Dunbar,
John Johanpon, Frank Patton, and
the speaker of the evening.
After music by the band, Hon. C. W.
Fulton, the chairman, stopped forward
and said: 'The people of Astoria had
been told by Gov. Penuoyer what he
had done while chief executive of the
state, bat I believe that, like the re
marks at the prayer meeting, there are
some things the governor has done
which he had better have left undone,
and which he did not tell us. The
gentleman who is with us to-night will
probably tell you some things about
the governor that possibly he did not
have time to tell us himself when ho
was here. 1 take great pleasure in
For many years the words "Monday
excepted," have appeared in the pub
lication announcement at the top of
this column. They are no longer
there: This paper appears every morn
ing, and hereafter readers of Tun
Astokiax will get it Monday morning
as regularly as every other day of the
week and year.
carried in the procession and stood at j
tne rear oi tne stace, leu down witn a .
loud noise as the staff struck the floor. Which W;
llna ft 4TA rrnnflAman irlll if lin ttlfl
as he did so, CoL Nevius stopped in
his discussion of the bonds and said:
"That is not the first time when in
a large concourse of Republicans the
American flag has been lifted from
the dust,'' which happy remark elicited
Resuming his speech he referred to
a subject for which he almost felt like
asking an apology of his audience for
mentioning, and that is. the tariff.
He defined the two principles about
as follews: "Protection is placing on
all articles imported, which can be
made in this country, a duty so high
that they cannot be manufactured
abroal and sold here at less than our
manufacturers can afford to sell them.
Tariff for revenue only is placing such
an amount of duty on all articles
alike, as will meet the current ex
penses of government"
The systems were then reviewed and
compared, and it was shown that
America under protection had in
creased in wealth with a far greater
ratio than free trade England. Bar
bour Bros., of Scotland and numer
ous other prominent manufacturers
had removed their plant to this coun
try because they found it more profit
able than to remain there, pay duties,
and ship their ware3 here for sale.
Peter Cooper, the great philanlhro
pist, was quoted as saying "No im
ported article can bo cheap, no matter
how low the price, which leaves Amer
ican labor idle, and American material
The internal revenue tax. the wool
A DANGEROUS FIKE
Quickly Got Under Control.
question, tne imiis out
At 5:4S yesterday afternoon the
loud clang of the fire bell raised alarm
in many a heart The wind was blow
ing violently from the west, and dense
clouds of smoke on "Water street
showed that a fire was making head
way. It proved to be Mrs. Grant's
three story building, which had caught,
fire in the" upper and. rear part, and
from its position and the fury of the
wind, it was evident that lively work
would have to be done to keep that
whole end of town from being swept
But the fire department now as
always was equal to the emergency.
Quickly both engines were stationed,
an extra hose was put on a neighbor
ing hydrant, and in a very few mo
ments there were five streams, two in
front, one on each side and one in the
rear. They were none too soon. Al
ready the neighboring buildings to the
east had begun to char and smoke,
and had water been delayed and
sparks and cinders started sailing, the
resultant loss would have been ap
palling. In a short time the flames were
subdued, the firemen and others who
had confined the flames to the upper
part of the building in which they had
originated were able to realize that
their prompt action had saved the
town from imminent danger.
There wa3 quite a panic for a few
moments in the vicinity, many gather
ing up their most portable and valua
ble goods and rushing off with them
to a place of safetvl
Mrs. Grants srreatest loss is by
rrentp?;fc loss is
the McKinley , Tpnfor. thi whnlfi hnns hpinc deluded
riff bill, ballot reform, economic ad- i The bnildino- was fullv covered bv in-
ministration, the "Warm Springs reser- surance.
vation land claims.the state tax lovy.and -
American shippingwere ably presented J
and discussed at length, clearly and .
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. MAY 2G.
As Filed in The County Recorder's Office
S. V. Paislev to Mrs. Addio
Newell, S. & blk 15, Golden
park .". 150
E. G. Rogers to Charles Harr,
lot o, blk 22, Columbia .... 110
T. H. Leinenweber and F. J.
Goodenough, lots 15 to 24
inclusive, blk 3, Powers'. . . 500
Same to J. F.Haswell,lots 1,
2, 47 and 25, blk S, Powers' 200
Same to .7. A. Jones, lot IS,
George Nolandetal. to Israel
A. Lucas, lots 5 and G.
James Taylor aud wife to "W.
L. Robb et at, lots 5 and 6,
blk 135, Shivelv.- 20,000
"Wm. Lattie to G. Wingate
and C. "W. Stone, 55 acres in
Florence "Wadleigh to Edw.
Kraehmer, lot 15, blk 1, sub
division blk 20, Oluey's .... 200
Same to Herman Behling, lots
10 and 11, blk 1, snbdiv blk
20. Olney's 420
Same to Henry Van Der
Brelje, lots 12 and 13. blk 1,
subdiv blk 20, Olney's 400
Previously reported thisyear. 1,372,023
Total to date $1,391,849
ffiiiuR Im !
Exorcise or the
V. 3!. C. A.
Justice May yesterday had a
criminal case in his court where "Wm.
Wood, better known by the inelegant
sobriquet of "Mickey Fat," "was tried
for assault and battery committed on
H. S. Engle, found guilty and for want
of $10 to pay his fine will le a guest at
Sheriff Smith's Moorish'castle on Ben
ton street for five days.
Some of last Sunday's excursionists
from Portland disgraced themselves
by their drunken antics and profanity
on the streets here. A promiscuous
excursion party often has tough ele
ments in it, but it is due to the city
visited that those in charge of the
crowd should check such scenes of
turbulence. The fewer such parties
as that come here the better Astoria
will be pleased.
Soil from Main street is being
dumped in front of Tiie Astorian of
fice. Beneath that are pebbles from Pe
ru; beneath those Peruvian pebbles is
earth from the Australian coast
Lower down arc superimposed strata
from equallv remote regions of the
earth. The future geologist will have
trouble fitting theory and fact when
he digs on Third street in the early
summer of 2,137, A, D.
Herman "Wise returned yesterday
from Aberdeen, where he has been
putting in a stock of goods, though
their delay iu arriving from him
caused him anuojing detention. He
says that Aberdeen is growing fast
It exhibits considerable enterprise.
Though there are but about 1,500
people they have subscribed SGO,000
for a fine hotel, which is nearly com
pleted, besides liberally subsidizing
And now comes a man who, being
duly deposed, doth say that he has
slept with a dog in his bed for the last
twenty years; thathe has the dog sleep
with him to cure his (tne man s) rlieu
matism; that ho has used up three
dogs in that period, who became pros
trated with chronic rheumatism. The
varn sounds a little unlikely, but he
savs it is true. Most people would
prefscthe rheumatism to the dogs,
but there is no accounting for tastes.
A singular and loathsome occurance
is reportscLtb have taken place last
Sunday sight A woman named
Emilie" Martini, who is addicted to the
se oL morphine, went up beyond the
cemetery and built a fire, intending
to campthere. During the night she
partook freely of her favorite drug
aBd fell into the fire, burning her body
in a terrible manner. "When found her
lower JSibs were burned black, and it
is Hot thought possible that she can
The Oregon arrived yesterday with
the following passengers: F, Hub
bart,JohnSchlenk, A, Loyez, J. C.
Dolan, "W. Anderson, Madam Ahmes,
A. D.-Camfcell, J. Patterson, B. Gow
ma& aad u6, R Burns and wife, J.
"D. sSinOLE. Smith, R J. Whel-
an. Sa:B.3fbttrA. M. Werrum, "W.
W, GoaVBClark, Miss Nettie
WeefcBT-SoffiSXeltwell and wife, M.
Soaon and wife, FL Badger, C. F.
JokBtecTCS. White, B. A. Badger,
Jaatee Brody, S. J. Taylor and wife,
Mrs-H. A. Noble and daughter, R.L.
SafeiafcTJ-DJoaee, W. G. Decelle
in ajh B- G. Huztor, J. L. Grant,
introducimr to you Col. E. W. Nevius,
of The Dalles, who will present the
Republican side of the question."
CoL Nevius commenced at 8:15 p. jr.,
and for just one hour and a half he
snoke m clear, pleasant tones, giving
facts and lmures, comparisons ot
parties and candidates, thrilling de
scriptive passages of what has been
done, a review of the historical events
of the country and the political
actions of the last few years, inter
spersed with wit and eloquence and an
occasional touch of holding up to
view the acts of the Democratic party
and of Gov. Penuoyer, reflected clear
aud sharp under the brilliant electric
light of a truthful and searching ex
posure, which all combined to render
his speech a master effort of argument
and power, unanswerable aud incon
trovertible. It was the ringing speech of an able
man who understood his business,
knew what he was talking about, aud
yet was entirely devoid of abuse or
sarcasm, presenting facts from the
record of history clear and truthful as
the reflection from a mirror.
Convincing it must have been to
any candid, unbiased or unprejudiced
mind, and entertaining it certainly
was, as evidenced by the close atten
tion given by the audience to the
rapid utterances of the speaker, and
the frequent applause he received all
through the address, as well as at its
Almost ever statement made by
Gov. Pennoyer was taken up and
analyzed, and in the lightof truth, and
by clear presentation ot facts it was
claimed by the speaker, that in almost
every particular the governor was
wrong, especially was tins tne case
in his explanation ot the attempted
reflections by the governor on tue
Republican candidate for the same
office, Hon. D. P. Thompson.
At the beginning the speaker re
ferred to the remarks of the chairman
in introducing him und said, "He has
outlined my speech as completely as
I could have done myself, and while I
have no personal feelings against Gov.
Pennoyer I propose to judge of him
by the very method and standard ho
himself has announced wherein he
says 'Record evidence is weightier
than party professions, aud by it both
parties must be judged.7
"The record of the Democratic
party is a rather dangerous thing to
judge them by, for the average Demo
crat had rather be indicted for horse
stealing than left alone with his rec
cord, in the dark. He has outlined
the campign and attempts to judge
by the record evidence, therefore I
shall adopt the same plan in discuss
ing him or referring to him."
The particulars of the Willamette
Locks and Falls Company, which the
governor had alluded to, was brought
up and the statement made by the
speaker that two propositions were
made vcars ago, one to excavate the
locks on the west side oE tue river, at
Oregon City, for $200,000, and one for
a boat railwav on the east side for
8125,000. At that time Mr. Thomp
son was a member of the legislature
and one of the company who proposed
to build the locks, aud, at his own re
quest was excused from voting on the
first proposition when it came up in
"For seventeen years he has not
owned a dollar of stock in the Locks
and Falls company, yet the governor
appear to be gifted with prophecy, and
tells yon that Mr. Thompson, will use
the influence of his office to try and
have the company's interests advanced,
and I am inclined to believe that he is
really prophetic, and that Mr. Thomp
son will indeed be next governor of
"He also told you so much about
the obstructions in the Columbia
which would be removed if he was
reelected, yet he has been governor
three and a half years, and I dont see
as a steamboat can navigate the river
any more successfully now than when
he took, his seat.
"The Democratic party have al
ways been opposed to internal im
provements, and Gov. Pennoyer is an
old fine Democrat Go to the pyra
mids and from under one of them ex
cavate a mummy which had silently
reposed there for 3,000 years; bring
that here and it would be as frisky as
a circus rider in comparison to an old
The "real estate bay window" which
the governor charged Thompson with
having encroached upon the river and
taking in a strip 40 x 200 feet by
signing a bill changing the course ot
the river while mayor of Portland was
fully exploded.by a cold statement of
facts. The old hue of the river indented
in the bank 40 x 200 feet and the ordi
nance simply straightened the line,
only giving to the property what
rightly belonged to it, and Mr.
Thompson did not own the property
until two years after the line was
The Chinese question and the water
bond question were taken up and dis
cussed, ana lacts given wnicn snow
the governor in a decidedlv different
Just then the flag which had been
concisely, but time and space will not i
permit a synopsis of the remarks j
The candidates on the stale ticket
were commended as well worthy of
support, especially McBride, McElroy
and Metschan. The comparison be
tween Pennover and Thompson from
18G1 to 18G5 was made. He staled
that the former "by tongue and pen
tried his best to oppose the success of
the Uuion arms," while the latter
"served for 2G montlis as a Union
soldier and carried a musket in de
fense of his country's flag and honor."
The incident was related of the
death of eight members of the A. O.
TJ. AV. at the great collier' disaster at
Nauaimo, and the efforts ot T. A.
Stephens to have some Portland bank
advance the $16,000 that tho widows
and orphans might have the money at
once. D. P. Thompson as president of
the Commercial bank furnished tho
money three months without in
terest, and no security but " the
good faith of the A. O. U. W."
In conclusion, the speaker was quite
eloquent and said: "One week from
to-day, will you vote for the party who
has tried to obstruct and dissolve the
government, or will you vote for the
parly who has always been in the van
in progress and improvement':"
"Will you vote next Monday for
your standard bearer, for the only
northern governor who congratulated
Grover Cleveland on his order for the
return of the captured rebel flags, or
will you vote for the man who belonged
to the army who captured those Hags:
CoL Nevius took Ins seal amid pro
longed applause, and the "Star
Spangled Banner" was rendered by
Hon. C. W. Fnl ton thanked the
audience for their presence and for
their earnest attention to tho eloquent
remarks of the speaker, who was one
of those who followed the old flag
amid its dangers and trials until it
was triumphantly established in its
supremacy over the entire Union.
He called for three hearty cheers for
CoL Nevius and the Republican party,
which were given with a fervor and
earnestness that denoted the enthnsi
asm of the audience, .and the grand
rally was over.
The line of march was resumed, with
Lieut W. A. Sherman in advance as
grand marshal, and the speaker was
escorted by the Dirigo club and
hundreds of Republicans to the
Occident hotel, where a reception was
Miss Eliot of Portland is visitiug
Mr. and Mrs. Tallant
Judge C. H. Page and wife relumed
form Portland last Sunday morning.
A. W. Utzinger has returned from a
business trip through Pacific county.
CoL E. W. Nevius goes up to Port
land on the steamer Telephone this
Mr. and Mrs. T. Rinaldo and Miss
Adeline Linoberg, of San Jose, CaL,
are in the city.
Mrs. Annie W. Perrie returned on
Sunday morning from a visit of three
weeks nt Salem, aud has resumed her
station in the county clerk's office.
Sam C. Mott, mairager otCarlB.
King, the great mystery ot the present
century, was in the citv yesterday, and
made arrangements for his appearance
at the opera house, Weduesday, June
A very interesting and successful
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. was held
yesterday afternoon at Rescnc hall.
There were 100 men present. The
siujKng wa3 good and the address
effective. Eight persous arose for
pi-avers, and four professed conver
sions. j fruitless effort was made to
get the boat held over, consequently
most of the delegates were obliged to
leave on the night boat, before this,
however, the delegates assembled in
the hall and, pursuant to an e3tab
lisbed custom, formed a circle, joined
hands and sang "Blessed be tho tic
that binds," etc
The evening service at the opera
was largely attended. Mr. Jacks pre
sented the Y. M. C. A. work in a very
earnest and enthusiastic manner and
greatly to the interest of an apprecia
A collection was taken up at the
close of the exercises amounting to
Roll of Honor. District So. 0.
. II COOPER
The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House of Astoria.
For Ladies !
JIAND-SEWKD, DOUBLE SEAM SHOE. It never rips. It never sqneaks.
flexible than a hand turn.
MORGAN & CO.,
It requires no breaking in. More
An Involuntary Treat.
A resident minister ot one of the
churches of this city, whose gallantry
is only equaled by his good looks, last
Saturday called for a glass of ice
cream soda As he did so two ladies
seated themselves alongside and ex
pressed a similar desire. As the rev
erend gentleman swallowed the cool
ing drink he deposited a dime and
rose to depart "'lis 20 cents more,
said the clerk. "Yes?" said the minis
ter, with the rising inflection, as lie
went out with the mental reflection
that 30 ccuts was pretty steep for a
glass ot soda water. A minute after,
the two ladies had finished their soda,
and one of them handed out 20 cents.
"Why," said the astonished clerk, "'tis
all paid for. Mr. paid me 30
cents." "wen," x ueciare, saiu one ot
them. And thus it was that four peo
ple were surprised.
The pupils of the upper towu
school whose names appear on the
roll of honor as neither absent nor
tardy and having attained excellence
in deportment, are the follewing:
Carl Knntsen, Albert Utzinger, Min
nie Rica High Primary ;MaryAramun
sou, Nellie Enbcrg, Matilda Enberg,
Olifa Enbcrg, Anna Haaven, Ida Hei
den, Amy Holmes, Emma Welcome,
Albert Miuard, Willie Painter. Charles
Simonseu, Freddy Wright, Oscar
Morton. Low Primary; Einil Peter
son, Freddy Young, Claude Goddard,
Florence Goddard, Helen Olsen, Ida
Painter, Nellie Peterson, Minnie Knut-
sen, nenry iinksen.
Card of Thanks.
I take this method of expressing my
sincere thanks to the members of thft
Astoria Fire Department and others
who so bravely helped to put out the
fire on ray premises this afternoon.
Mns. B. Grant.
Astoria, May 20, 1S90.
Officer Kirby was near the engine
house of number Two" last evening,
when the alarm was given, and the
driver being temporarily absent, he
jumped upon tho seat, and drove to
Improvement is manifest on every
hand, new buildings going up and old
ones being repaired.
Owing to the failure of the contractor
to have his work done in time, the
opening of the Gem Theatre is post
poned until Tuesday.. May 27th. The
eutire company, including Prof. Kays
grand orchestra, arrived on the. steamer
from Portland this afternoon.
A committeo appointed by the
chamber of commerce will be glad to
meet aud advise with any aud allpro
perty owners on the subject of desiring
ways and means for the improving
sundry streets, within tho city hall this
afternoon at two o'clock. All tho.e
persons who are ot the opinion thai
the work of street improvement should
bo vigorously prosecuted are requested
to attend and give their views and
opinions as to the best course to
pursue under the circumstances.
This is the hest time of the vt hole
year to purify your blood, because now
you are more susceptible to benefit from
medicine than at any other season.
Ilootfs Sarsnparilhiis the best medicine
to lake, and it is the in .st economical.
100 hoses One Dollar.
And Free Lunch at the Telenhonc Sa
loon, 5 cents.
tits in this Beautiful Addition for sale at
$00 each : s-jo down, balance S10 per
month, ria's and copy of ab
stract furnished free.
Astoria Suburbs !
Five Acre Tracts east of Astoria and only
one aud oue-lialf mile from Columbia
Jliver at $300 each ; Sioo cash,
balance $50 per month.
The New Model Range
CAN BE HAD IN ASTORIA, ONLY OF
E. R. HAWES,
Agent. Call and Examine It ; You Will be Pleased. E. R. Ilawes Is also Agent for tbe
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hani.
J. H. MANSELL,
Krai Kitale Hrolrr,
W.M. AV. Whkhky,
Wherry & Harry,
AND SURVEYING. TOWNSITE WORK
The latest style
ot" Gents' Boots and
P.. I. Goodman's.
Lost last Sunday between Mrs. Nancy
Welch's residence and the ComrrcKi-
tional church, a go'd bracelet A liberal
reward will be paid lor its return to the
office of D. II. Welch & Co.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Glenross was gladdened last Sunday
by the arrival of a young American
who will need no naturalization papers
when he crows up. He was weighed
last night, and weighs just one pound
and two ounces.
Best Ceds in town. Rooms per night
50 and 25 cts., per week S1.50. New and
clean. Private entrance.
Tkerc Arc Some Nice SSeoms.
Over the Mikado candy store, suitable
for offices, for rent. Apply to Alex
Coffee and cake, ten rents, al the
House for rent in upper Astoria,
quire at this office.
By vote of Carpenters' and Joiner'
Union Xo. 520, of Astoria, passed May
22, 1890, all carpenters are requested to
keep away from Chicago, as a strike is
there in progress. By order
Wm. Chadwiok, JXec Sec'y.
Tilbury Fox, 31. D., the eminent medical
writer, In his work " Skin Diseases," thus ac
counts for the pimples so common to the
face and neck. Eating too rich or too grcaiy
food, or too hearty eating while tho ex
cretory organs are sluggish, causes In most
people indigestion or a dyspopsial condition,
which causes the blood to movo tlmjgishly,
and enfeebles tho pores. Tho result is, that
the exuding Eccrctlont block in tho pores,
which inflame, each distinct inflammation
being a pimple. Dr. Fox therefore doei not
piescrlbe "blood purifiers" eo called, but a
" dyspepsia euro" to be taken, to use his ow
words "till the d'jspepsicl symptoms hate
disappeared." Tho old idea was, that face
eruptions were caused by a " humor in the
blood," for which they treated tho blood,
firing the mineral, potash. Joy's YegotabU
Bazsaparilla follows the modern ideas of Dr.
Fox, and aims with gcntlo vegetable altera
tives at tho stomach and dlgcstivo organs.
Tho reason is apparent why it cures dyspep
sia and Indigestion, and tho pimple and
skin eruptions which result therefrom and
why Earsaparlllas that uso minerals fail
City and Suburban Property Sold on Com
mission. Investments Made for
A Snap in Real Estate.
11 1-2 Acres, Close to River and Street
Gar Line, Only $500 Per Acre,
for a few Days Only.
I. W. Case, Banker. .Tudg
C. II. Page.
Office on Third Street,
Near Court House,
Not a Candidate.
FiMe Table Wine
Delivered at CO cents a gallon, to any
part of the city. A tine line of pure
California wines at low prices, at A.
W. Utzinger's Cosmopolitan saloon.
Ludlow's .Ladies' S3.00 Fine Shoes;
also flexible hand-turned French Kids,
at P. J. Goodman's.
Meats Ceakea ta Order.
Private rooms for ladies and families:
at Central ltestaurant. next to Foard &
Sunny Mead, May 25, 189a
Editob Astekian: While absent
from the county last week my name
was placed upon the union ticket for
county treasurer. I am not a candi
date for county treasurer or any other
office and ask my friends to vote, as
they please, for some one who is be
fore the people, for county treasurer
ship, and oblige
The He"mM Hatise Clear.
The La Palonia cigar and other line
brands of cigars: the finest in the city,
at Charley Olsens.next to C. H. Cooper.
Remember the Austin house at the
Seaside Is open the year 'round.
The Pulpit and the Stage.
ltev. F. M. Shrout, pastor United
Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Kansas,
says: "I feel it my duty to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has
done for me. My lungs were badly dis
eased, and my parishioners thought 1
could live only a few weeks. I took
five bottles of Dr. King's New Discov
ery and am sound and well, gaining 26
lbs. in weight"
Arthur Love, manacer Love's Funny
I; oiks Combination, writes: "After a
thorough trial and convincing evidence
I am confident Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption beats 'em all, and
cures when everything else fails. The
greatest kindness 1 can do my many
thousand friends is to urge them to try
it" Free trial bottles at J. W. Conn's
drug store, ltegular sizes 50c and $1.
No matter what trade or
profession j'ou choose you
will easily detect the men of
original ideas; the men who
push themselves and the town
they live :n ahead; men who
are a credit to their profession
and tho community they live
in: but you are also sure to find
tiie imitators, those who are
at the rear end of the proces
sion, men who never have an
original, bright thought or do
an original, bright act. If let
alone they will exist on what
liberal, unsuspecting people
permit themselves to be rob
bed of; but no sooner docs
the original, enterprising man
make a move, and the imitat
ing tail-ender tries to benefit
by his superior's genius.
Note the weak attempts of
the old-styled shops to imitate
my Saturday Surprise Sales.
It's enough to make a horse
m consequence of the demand for those
beautiful level lots, Mr. P. C. Warren has
been induced to platnlnety-sixlots
Adjoining Warrcnton on the East.
Which will be known and sold as
East Warrenton !
$5,000 Can be Made on this Property Within 3 Months.
Wlng-a te Bim
Odd Fellows' Building,
THE RAILROAD runs through the plat,
which is only 200 yards from the Warrenton
depot. For further information call at
once on the
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE CO.
John Robcrson, Pres
A. T. Brake, Mar.
The Pacific Real Estate Co.
Incorporated March 20, 1690.
Real : and : Personal : Property
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Ofllce on Third St., near the Central Hotel.
Astoria, ... Oregon
CMUirei CripWPitclier7s Castoria
For New Goods, Original
Styles and Low Prices
The Live Clothier and Hatter,
In the Occident Hotel Bl'd'g.
llest Qnallty. Lonest Prices.
ASTORIAN JOB OFFICE.
Lots in Case's Astoria Aro Now on Sale
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate Co.
PRICES FROM $150 TO $250 EACH.
TERMS One-Half Cash ; the Balance in Six and Twelve Montha.
LARSON & HILL6ACK
AXO FRESH FRUITS.
Orders Delivered Free of Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Third Street,
next to Tloneer office.
A Splendid Ranch of 80 acres on the Klas
kanlne. For particulars Inquire of
SORENSON & OUNDERSOX",
Real Estate Agents.
Fiedler : & : McDonald.
Call and Sec Our Nobby Stock of Spring Goods
It comprises the latest goods In the market, and we offer them at prices never
before heard of in Astoria, and guarantee the best and most
o comfortable fitting suits in the city.
Next to G. H. Cooper's
C. P. Upshur,
Shipping and Commission Merchant
Jlain St. Wharf, Astoria, Oregon.
E. F. NOONAN & CO.
Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEPnOXE SO. 7. - P. O. BOX 390
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller,
Headquarters at Slain Street wharf.
TELEPHONE NO. 43.
A General Express and Delivery Business
Your patronage Is solicited.
Barbour's Salmon Net Twines.
NEPTUNE Brand Salmon Twine,
WOODBEREY Cotton Lines and Twines
SEINES and NETTING
Or all Description Furnished at
Effected m First Class Companies,
Morgan. & Sherman
And Dealers In
Special Attention Civen to Filling
A FULL LINE CARRIED
And Supplies luralgned at Satis
Purchases delivered In any part ot tka 4ty
Office and Warehouse
In Hume's New Building on Watar
P. O. Box 153. Talephoaa 9-Wr.
Agency Pacific Express ud Walls. Fargo A Co.
The Oregon Bakery
A. A. CLEVELAND, Prop'r.
M BreaH, Cake and Pastry
None but the Best Materials Used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers
Bread delivered In any part of tne city.
J. B. Wyaft;
Hardware ami Skip CluMlw
Pure Oil, Brigbt Varnish. Ttintsjt'fiu
Cotton Canvas Hemp' SalTftoM
Lard Oil. Wrought TroBTSoySr -Galvanized
MteMmes, Palate, obT
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