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STXDAY i JUNE S. 1890
OLIVER STEWART, Pres.
C. S.DOW, Vice Pres.
D. X. STEWART, Treas.
CUrHd OuHtj OWclal Paper.
IiEAVEX JiXD UOIIEXZOLLERNS.
Vox Toltee said not long since
that a general European -war -was in
evifciblc. and might break out at any
time. Very significant was this utter
ance of his that the time had gone by
when wars were made by cabinets,
and that the war. when it did come,
would be brought on by the people
themselves, and not by the govern
ments. Teoples can no longer bo kept
down and made to do the bidding of
rulers, like so many dumb animals.
They are nslless and demandfuL The
pawns have become kings.
On the one hand is the aged Von
Moltke. prophet like, reading the signs
of the times. On the other hand is
the young emperor of Germany, un
lettered as yet in wars or diplomacy,
tAt willed and headstrong, full of the
old superstition that a king can do
everything. And William at Koen
ipsburg quoted these words from his
grandfather: 4I proclaim before the
world my kingship by the grace of
God. This, kingship by the grace of
God expresses that we Hohenzollerns
accept our crown only from heaven,
and are responsible to heaven alone
Tor the performance of our duties."
-But "William will find, it he lives a
rw years longer, that it is the people
he is responsible to, and that directly
aad-solomnly. Unless ho administers
the government to suit them they will
fie in their strength and sweep him
and all kinglets from tho earth, and
.Iteaven itself will sit still audsmiie,
xnduotpul forth a hand to save his
Clatsop Land Company.
Incorporated with $25,000 Capital
RealEstate and Insurance Brokers, Notary Public Conveyancers
We arc Sole Agents for the following choice Keal Estate: South Astoria, beautifully situated on the south siilo o
loungs Bay, lots 50x100-875 to $90, on easy terms. Just back of South Astoria h Prospect Park,
Astoria's most popular addition. I,ots 27x100835 to 50, blocks of 22 lots at a liberal discount.
prices!0106 Business and Resience Property in all parts of the city, also fine acreage suitable for platting, at reasonable
Refer by permlsslonto L W, Case, Banker. Astoria,
vituyu, iiou, j. jj. vowan. .mayor or AiDanv
and President or the Linn County Bank,
ma National Bank.
Clatsop Land Co.
Third Street, Astoria, Oregon.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
A Specimen of a Style of Conversation
That Will be Fasaloaable.
-1 GREAT REFORM.
Tar. Traction company, of Philadel
phia; have iosted conspicuously in
their street cars the following netice:
pitting on the iloor is positively for
bidden. As there is now no place left
except the walls and windows for the
t-iuKuuia iu upuraie on, and as
public opinion -would probably deter
even Uicm from spitting on the walls
and windows before people, it seems
likely that the Traction company may
bo able to make a beginning of break
ing up the most disgusting habit of
the American nation. Conductors
have the right to pnt any one off tho
car who refuses to obey the law, a right
vhich it is to be hoped, in the interest
of national decency, they will use with
onfstint. Unpleasant is not the word for it
when a man with polished booK or a
lady with a delicately tinted gown
takes a seat in a car and finds himself
or herself after a moment spattered
and .Mnincd -with disgusting saliva
from the mouth of some creature who
has regard for neither deity nor mnn.
Tke spitting habit is not a necessity.
It 4s only a habit, and a habit that
weakens digestion and injures the
smfivary glands and nervous svstem. i
The more a mau expectorates the
faster the saliva will be secreted, and
the more he will want to expectorate.
The way io stop it is to stop it
Ix the Cosmopolitan Magazine
Murat Halstead gives it as his lively
and -cheerful opinion that the world's
geld mines do not begin to be all dis
covered yet, but that "we shall, before
many years or months or davs, find
gold in abundance unexemplified."
"When a man talks that way it is a sign
tle Trorld is going well with him. AT.
H. remarks further: "It is not neces
sary that a mountain of the yellow
metal shall be revealed. A few gorges
where jt crops out will be sufficient
Then gold will be poured upon tho
world in torrents, as silver has boen.
That "Would work a beneficent revo
lution, and one good thing, end the
salver question in its present form."
XcwsrAprns are supposed to do so
much harm that when one does a good
thing it does not alwajs get credit
Yet they do much good. An instance
is the subscription the Chicago
Tribune raised for Kate Shelley, the
Iowa girl who saved a train load of
passengers at the risk of her own life,
ad got not mxich more .than a formal
"thank yon" for it, till the Tribune
took the matter in hand, told the story
to the world, and -started the subscrip
ts. It amonnted to more than the
terrible mortgage debt that had been
hsagmg over thelittle home, and then
brave Kale Shtfly, woman to her
heart's core.' said: ."Mother, we'll fix
ptbe house and get a new carpet"
ELBcrMcxrtJs coming like a mes
senger of good to the tired pumper of
veils and cisterns in villages and
coMtry houses. A small electric
pkat has been manufacted that will
p 100 gallons of water an hour,
wilk absolutely no attention. A com
paratively weak current -will set the
fHHip at work. A float in the tank
cats off the current when the tank is
fail, and, sinking to the bottom when
tbe tank is empty, starts the motor and
tbepaiap by connecting the circuit
It is thas automatic.
Enumerator Where were you born ?
Citizen In Seattle.
"Where was your father born?"
"Where was your mother born?"
"In St Louis."
"Can you speak the English lan
guage?' "I can."
"Are you a convict?"
"1 am not"
"How old are you?"
"Thirty-five jears, I am married
and have four children. My wife is
alive, and so is my mother-in-law. I
am six feet tall, weigh 178 pounds,
wear false teeth and a wig. I lost one
linger ln.tbe war and draw a pension.
I chew tobacco and smoke a pipe. I
drink beer, wine and cider and am
very fond of tea and coffee. I am a
teamster by trade, own a horse and
wagon. Three spokes are broken
out of the left hind wheel
of the wagon, but I am goingto get it
fixed next I own a dog. He is in
tho pound at present, but I am going
to get him out next week. I have got
two suits of clothes, four shirts and a
half dozen pairs of socks. I wear cel
luloid collars. I shave myself, and
own two razors. I can read and write
and spell words of not more than
eight letters. And now if you want to
know anything more about me go
round at the sewing-circle that meets
at Mrs. M s next Tuesday I" And
the citizen disappeared inside of the
house and slammed the door behind
him. Seattle Press.
A. J. STEELE, President
L. O. CHENAULT, Vice-President
A MOST REMARKABLE CASE.
Frankfort Land Co.
Paid-up Capital, $300,000.
Frankfort, - - Washington.
J. H. MANSELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
NOTARY PDBLIO FOR STATE OF OREGON.
City Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontae for Sale.
Correspondence Solicited. r. O. Box 3G3. Established 1883.
INVESTMENTS MADE FOR OUTSIDE PARTIES.
Next TC. U. Telegraph Office. Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
To-Day-Fine Ice Cream Soda-To-Day
Also Handle None bnt the Finest Key West and Imported
Please Call and Give me a Trial. THIRD STREET, Next Y. U. Telegraph Ofllce
Flavel's Brick Building.
Report of th Condition
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Astoria. In itae State of Oregon, at tho
dose of naalnew. May 17th, 18M.
Loans and dtaoounte....... SJ83.880 81
OverdrarU secure an, unsecured. 15,468 19
u. a. uonw to secure circulation
stocks and Securities,
Deafness Cared in Ten Minutes by Elec-
tiieity After All Other Methods
Editor Oregenian: Since 13 years
old (I am now 29) I have been troubled
with deafness. Of late I could scarcely j
near anyuung wuu one ear, ana tne
other was partially deaf. The cause
of the deafness was discharging ears.
All known remedies to science failed
to cure me, until Dr. Darrin treated
me with electricity and other remedies,
I was perfectly cured of deafness and
ringing noises in my ears in ten min
utes. Refer to me at Ballpton, Or.,j
wnere am worinng on a larm for Mr.
Noah Gregg. J. S. McAiistkb.
State of Oregon, )
County of Multomah, f
I, J. S. McAlister, first being duly
sworn, depose and say: That the fore
going statement of tho treatment and
cure of deafness set out in the fore
going statement signed by me is trne.
J. S. McAlisteb.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 27th of June, 1890.
C. J. McDouqalii.
A Notray Public for said county and
Another Wonderful Cure of Deafaen aad
Discharging Ears by Dr. DarrU
With Hone Treatment,
Alyord, Texas, May 20, 1890.
Dr. Darrin Dear Sir: I write to
inform jou that my son David is
cured. I received your medicine by
letter tno ldw or April, and com
menced treatment the 14th, and his
ear quit running in a few days, and he
can hear just as good as any child. I
shall never forget your kindness and
benefit to my child. Ylease accept
my gratitude. A. 1j. JNoker.
Drs. D&rrin's 1'lace or Baslaess.
Drs. Darrin can be consulted daily
at the Washington building, corner
Fourth and Washington streets, Port
land, and Barlow Catlin building,
Tacoma, Wash. Hours 10 to 5: even
ings, 7 to 8; Sundays, 10 to li All
chronic diseases, blood taints, irregu
larites in women, loss of vital power
and early indiscretions permanently
cured, though no references are ever
made in the press concerning such
cases, owing to the delicacy of the
patients. Examinations free to all,
and circulars will be sent free to any
address. Charges for treatment ac
cording to patient's ability to pay.
Tho poor treated free of charge from
10 to 11 daily. All private diseases
confidently treated and cures guaran
teed. Patients at a distance can be
cured by home treatment Medicines
and letters sent without the doctors'
Due from approved reserve agents
Due from other National Banks...
Due from State Banks and bankers
Current expenses and taxe paid
Premiums on U. H. Boods.......
Checks aad other cash Items..
Bills of other Sanies
Specie ......M..M.. .....
Legal tender notes-.. ...
Redemption fund with lL3.Treas
urer(5 percent.of drculatiou)
Capital stock paid In ...
Surplus fund .
Undivided pronta .
National banknotes out
lect to check
Individual deposits sub-
Demand certificates of
Total . $W3JD23 02
State of Oreeoa. I
County of Clatsop, f
I. S, S. Gordon, cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of aay knowi-
euK anu ueuei.
S. S.GORDON, Cashier.
Subscribed and swora to before me tMt
31st day of May, l W0.
Correct Attest :
JOHN A. D1VLIN. -Directors.
JACOB KAMM. J
W. F. Scheibe,
Smoke' Articles in Stock.
THE TRADE SDPPLIW).
Special Braads Maaafacturod to Order.
liAIN STREET. - - Astoria, Or
Hiss Flora Batsoo.
Of New York, tho Grca'est Colored Slneor
In the World, and other Popular Talent.
at ROSS OPERA. HOUSE.
Friiay, Satnrtay Eyg's, Jnne 13, 14.
Th Peerless Mezzo-Soprano. New York
The colored Jenny LInd. New York
A niezuo soprano of wonderful range.
San Francisco Examiner.
A sparkling diamond In the golden realm
of song. San Jose (CaL) Mercury.
Her vocal recltter has a wonderful sweep,
from lowest contralto notes to soprano
heIghts.-Los Angeles (CaL) Evening Ex
press. All aw numbers were sung without effort
-as the birds slng.-Moblle (Ala.) Dally
Has earned the fame of being the greatest
colored singer lu tho world. Vicksburg
(Miss.) Post. "
Her articulation Is so perfect her rendi
tions seem like recitations set to music
Kansas City Dispatch.
The sweetest voice that eer charmed a
Virginia audience. Lynchbarg (Va.) Dally
A hlgUlv cultivated mezzo-soprano, of
great sweatness. power and compass, and of
ramatlc quality.-Charleston U. c News
The range of her volca is such that she can
easily change from the purest soprano to as
fine a baritone as any male singer can pro
duce. Columbus JS. C.) Daily Register.
A better nleased audienco npvor aipH nut
of the theatre than that which listened to
her last evenlng.-Los Angeles Tribune.
Her voice Is highly cultivated, rich and
uader perfect control, while the compass is
wonderful, extending from a mezzo-soprano
to a baritone. SantaMonlca Out-Look (Cal.)
Nevar before was so select, so critical an
audience, more moved, more enchanted,
more electrified, than by this great colored
mUtrass of song. The San Dlegan (CaL)
IT" ctuua a" ccuie, purity una com
ff. L. DHLENHART. Real Estate Broker
Office on Third St, Opp. Odd Fellow's Temple. P. O. Box 811.
Lots in WARRENTON and WEST WARRENT0N For Sale,
On Installment Tlan. Discount for Cash.
A residence in Abtorla since 1872 enables
me to give the best of information respect
ing property in Astoria and this Iclnlty.
Saddles and Harness
A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
GOODS AT SAN FRANCISCO FBICES.
I make a specialty of good work and guarantee satkfactinn. At the Old Stand. Wes
SIdo OIney Street. Near Wilson & Fishery.
CLOSING OUT SALE !
We will offer for Sale our entire Stock BELOW ITS OR
IGINAL COST. Surprise bargains every day.
Orders from the country will receive prompt
attention and the benefit of our reduction.
TERMS OF SALE STRICTLY CASH.
New York Novelty Store,
Flavel's Brick Building, Opp. Occident Hatel.
Cigars, : Tobaccos. : and : Cigarettes !
NOSE BUT THE BEST BRANDS BJAHBXED.
Opposite Hahn's Boot and Shoe Store.
C. R. SORENSOX.
C. S. GUXDERSON.
Sorenson Se Co.,
Real Estate Agents!
Office on OIney Street,
Between "-econd and Third.
General .Admission, 50c ; Reserved Seats.
75c; Children, 25c.
Wm. W. Wherry,
The Indiana Paint Shtp.
C. M. CDTBIKTH, Prop'r.
Cor. Third and Main Sts., Asttria.
PAINTER AND QRAINER.
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
Work executed with Neatness aad Dispatch,
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
Columbia River Fishermen's Protec
tl e Union will be held at Rots' Opera bouse
baturdav, June 7, 1890, at 7 -M r. w.
FRANK McGREGOB, Pntident.
FRED "WRIGHT. Saccretary.
Best Beds in town. Rooms per night
50 and 25 ct&, per week 8L50. Dew and
clean. Private entrance.
Cigars, Tobacco and -Snuff.
Meerschaum and rlar Pipes.
Fcket Catlery, MrlftjBlaaaes
Stationary and NotioM.
Corner Main andCbenanusSto. AsUria.Or.
Ifl WHAT ?OU KT AT
Foard & Stokes
Wherry & Harry,
AND SURVEYING. TOWNSITK WORK
D. H. WELCH & CO,
NOTARY TUBLIC FOI1 OREGON.
We have Property in the original townsite from $225 up
wards. Good Business and Residence Property
always on our iisr.
Investments made for non-residents. Correspondence solicit ed.
Call and see us.
Office ea Water Street, Near Union Pacific Wharf ana Depot
Spring Season 1890.
y CarrlaKes, Doll Carnages, Bird Cages,
Croquet Sets. Hammocks, Base Balls
ana nais, oot ttalls.
Fishing Tackle, Air Guns. Wagons. Picnic
and I.uuch Baskets, Roller Skates, etc.
Spring Season 1890.
A Splendid Stock of Fine Stationery, Blank
Books School Books and Supplies
A Full Stock of Paper Novels.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
GRIFFIN : & : REED.
City and Subarban Property 8old on Com-
ffilssloa. Investments Made Tor
I. W. Case. Banker. Judge C. II. Page.
Office m Talra Street,
Near Court House. - ASTOKIA. OR.
Everything in a First-class Stare
Ixtrmly Low Figures.
Oooas DallTered all ore Jwa.r
FOARD ft TOKCa
li lr iHlil.xi T"ilf
tajC,7KjM.M amlir-, -11 mr-
net HMm ksevB the Wert Oeaat Paaktac
w s, cm e, rwiei-fla Tacr-xeasaaaDie
tenu.ArfaHkr jfMealasMty to -r'ia"
THE EBTIKK HERD OP THE GOOD
win Jersey cows for sale after Jane 1st,
at Goodwla'a tans, Itlpaaoa. Clatsop Qa.
Astoria Irott Worts.
Coacoaly St.. Foot of Jackson, Astoria. Or
lackiiiits and Boiler Mm.
Land and Marine Engines
Steamboat Work and Cannery Work
Ctttint ff all Descriptions Made
tt Order at Short Natice.
Largest : Stock I
Lowest : Prices 1
Two car loads received - isrnrn nn thn nnv
Yon are Invited to see tha ilnp?r. rifcnijv r
Fiimltare. Carnets. etc.. In the cltv. Vrirov rvi.
A. L. Fox, ....
J. O. HOflTLKIU....
.President, and Cspt
Sec and Treas
BIDS FOB THE BUILDING OF A
wharf at North Cove. Washington, will
be received at the company's office in North
Cove until June 10th, said wharf to be 1,200
feet lonr, 16 feet wide and. and a dock 18x18
feet. The trustees of said wharf company
reserving the rlgkt to reject all bids.
. - ,BAK H. PETHRSON, Pros.
WARREN F. bCHBLDERAYS, Sec.
NerOi Cove, May 22, 1890.
REWARD OF 00 OFFERED FOR THE
Body of G. H. Ward. Jr.. watchman
on board the "Harvest Queen," who was
drowned May 88. l0. off Oak Point. He
was Oft. 9 In. hlch. weighed 185 lbs., bad a
moustache and chin, whiskers, and was
dressed in blacky WARfKBROS., Portland.
THE OLD STAND, - ASTORIA, OR.
Wholesale Wine House.
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I have completed arrnneementa for supplying any brand of Win in any quantity
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
ALL OKDEBS DEUVEBED FREE IN ASTORIA. "
Your patronage in City or Country solicited. r..mLi1
A. W. UTZINGER. Cesmoptfitiui SUm,
LllSJJJ3 of tno Hwaco and Shoalwater Bay Railroad. TEJt GREAT
EST SUMMER RESORT ON THE NORTHWEST COAST: LlSlttSad
or the i Bay, at deep water, and only twelve miles from the bar. The conJn
County beat and Commercial Metropolis of Pacific county. Now laid outTots
on tho market from $50, and upwards.
Kor particulars and full information, call on or address
B. A. SEABORC,
Stockton & Welch,
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
WHOCESAIiE AND BETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions and Mill
Crockery, Glass $ Plated Ware.
The Largest and finest assortment of
Frrafc Trults and VogetaUM.
Received fresh every Steamer.
City, Suburban and Acreage Property For Sale.
MAIN ST., ASTOBIA, OP... P. 0. Box 511.
So curbstone brokers employed tiers
Fiedler : & McDonald.
Call and See Our Nobby Stock of Spring Goods
It comprises tho latest goods in the market, and wo offer them at prices never
ucxuiu ucaiu ul iu .opsiuria, ami guarantee me oesc ana most
comfortable fitting suits in the city.
Next to C. H. Cooper's
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of Best Quality, and at
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHOE.
Practical : Watchmaker,
ASTORIA,. OR. .-
A fine line of Gold and Silver Watches.
SolIdGold aMlaWdawelryrciocks, etc.,
at reasonable prices.v Repairing Promptly
Done. Next to Morale & Sherman.
CAN BE HAD IN ASTOBIA, ONLY OP
The New Model Range
ie It ; You
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
Agent. Call and Examine It; You 'Will be Pleased. E.B.Hawea Is also Agent for the
AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steim Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock en Hart.
A dinwirif 1-
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Will Have Railroad Connection Sooner Than Any Other Point on the Harbor.
Because its owners are liberal and not afraid to give inflO-pUM to, RAILROADS, MOTOR LINES, or to any other Substantial Improvement. A Large Railroad Wharf is to be completed there bv W Sth
MBIfroillAfseBltritasaaijyVireMllin?fast. Come. E!nww5, P A n.. y J
H wtffiHrty - - . ,v . -
E. J. FORD & Cft,
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