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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1890)
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fKUKSOvY JUXK 12. 1830
SSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. P. HALLKRAN & COMPANY,
Publishers and Proprietors.
ASTORIAX BOILDIXO. - CASS StREKT.
Tenet of Subscription.
Served bv Carrier, per w eek js ct
JJent by Mall, per month cocts
ent by Mall, one ear ... $7 00
Free of postage io subscribers.
Tie "Bonita" the "TelephoHe" Ail
Tie Portland "Examiner."
TUB U.l'.COXTIlOLS TUE BOATS.
The Astoiuax suarantecs to its adver
. Users the larRCM clrculatloii of any newspa
per published on the Columbu rlrr.
CITY AW COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
The firm of Martin & Keutz bns'dis
solved, the latter retiring from the
A terra cotta sewer is to be put in
on .Tackbon street from Second street
to the river.
The meeting of the W. C. T. U. will
! JeU at 2 p. sr. this afternoon in the
1. M. C. A. hall.
The census enumerators are making
jood headway, and some of them are
nearly half through.
Sale of reserved seats for Miss Bat
son's concert will begin this morning
at 8 o'clock at Strauss' book store.
The spacious lodging house of "29
rooms in the new Young building is
Iknug fitted up and will soon be occu
pied. A jury term of the superior conrt
wdl be held bv .Tndim ttlnmnffolil in
his district, at "Oysterville, commenc
ing on Monday, July 14th.
The hor&cs and the dogs of Rescue
engine company, as -well as the men,
seem glad euongh to be at home once
more, and ready for sen-ice.
The cases of the five Mongolians
which ivero to come up yesterday in
Justice May's court, -were continued
until this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
From a single root of clover grow
ing on the hill near the ceineterv in
this city, 263 full blown blossoms were
counted jeMerday by an Astohiax re-lorter.
Yesterday three parties appeared
beforo county clerk Trenchard, and
proved up on government claims.
Their names were L M. Long, Charles
Young and George W. Blodgett.
The knui tenuis club is again on
hand ready for business, and will meet
this evening at the office of Morgan
fc Sherman. Officers will be elected,
and arrangements made to complete
their grounds ready for use.
There will be a children's lawn social
at tuc residence or Mrs. J. E. Higgins
on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, under
the auspices of the ladies of the
Baptist church. Refreshments served
for children at 10 cents each and for
adults at 25 cents.
The trial trip over the Astoria and
South Coast railroad will be made to
day, by the stockholders of the road,
aud representatives of the press. The
party will leavo hereon the steamer
Electric, nt 8:30 this morning, from
-Wilson aud Fisher's wharf, and go to
ftfeeuendt the pier iu Young's bay,
.where IhMrain will be in readiness.
The Y. M. C. A. at their meeting
otedan amendment to their consti
utatien. whiclkprovides for the election
M nine trustees who shall have con
trol of Hoh proierty as may come
into tiwir .iKwseasion. Pursuant to
tikis Ujero will be a called meeting to-
sigucujeeiiumsamo. At the close
.ef .which. there will be given a sociable.
All are cordially invited.
'Soue of the young ladies here are
troubled with short moniories, or else
studied a peculiar arithmetic One
was asked by a census enumerator her
Ago, and promptly responded "21." A
few more questions were propounded
as to length jf residence in various
places, which footed up just 29 years.
A discrenanev. smiiou-hrn "I?;
tucsa things out, girls, before Uncle
oams questioner gives you a call.
In The Astorian of last Saturday
was an article concerning the Ktp.-nr.nr
Bonita being substituted for th
Telephone, which is noticed by the
Portland JSx.imhier of Tuesday
evening, as follews:
THE "POKEX" "BOXITA."
The Astoeian goes after the U. P.:
managers in great shape and lashes
itself into a foam over nothing. It
claims that whenever anv accident
occurs to the Telephone theU. P.
managers put the old pokey Bonita
on m her place. Now then, let's
Bee Where tllft trnnWa ; T 41.
first place the U. P. managers have
iuiujuu i uo wnaiever witn the man
agement of the TeUphone, neither do
they own a nail, rod or splinter in her.
She IS OWned and rVMifrnlloj lw TT T
OCULL A- I )n 'IMP ilnnitn .
chartered and put on the route be
cause no other boat could be obtained.
Mr. Scott, early in the season, se
cured the consent of the U. P. man
agers for the Lurline (that company
having her chartered), but owing to a
slight technicality in the wording of
mo unarcer, mx. Knmm had to give
his consent before the Lurline could
be put on the Astoria route, and after
1 r Deffin& anu- Pleading for the
boat, Mr. Kamm said he would study
the matter over, and he's studying it
over jet. Bather than' to disappoint
the traveling mi him nnrl h; friar,na 1...
abandoning the river while
the Telephone was being
lupairea, uapt. scott chartered the
Bonita because no other boat could
be secured. To be sure, she is "slower
than the wrath to come," but she got
there just the same. The people of
Astoria have been accommodated with
fast boats ever sinrv lm nut 4in vit.
wood on the route, to him it is due the
accommodating service the people of
Astoria have been enjoying for the
Past few Vears. nn1 VaF. thov mra f l.a
old company the bulk of their patron -
"K& j-mujiiiig a sieamooat just for
uccommouation is no fun. and
some bright morning the people
of Astoria may witnesslhe Telejyhone
steam out over the 'bat and head for
the Sound waters, nnfl Hipi? (! will
realize how ungrateful they have been
roiueiroest mend. They will then
have the pokey Bonita, Willamette
Chief and such boats to contend with
all the time. "Does't like thepicturer
The Examii,er is off the track if
he thinks we intend to find fault with
the Jelevhone or n.inf tf r
both he and his snlnnrlwi imaf nrJi.i,i
in the highest estimation by the peo
iu 01 Astona, as is evidenced by the
liberal patronage bestowed. But our
j?Md P1 the cit n the
Willamette is -nnssihlv a liftla
off his recTcotiinir Trlmn i,a mm
that '"the XT. P. managers have nothing
to do whatever with flip mnKman
of the Telephone," for on their
schedule card for June, 1890, under
the heading of "Union Pacific
Steamers" on the "Portland and As
toria route" are tho stpjimpra 'w.
ephone, S. Q.Reed and. It. Thomp.
son, with the time of their departure
from, and arrival at, both Portland
and Astoria.' TnE AsTonuN- spoke
advisedly, and was correct.
COLUMBIA BASE BALL CLUB.
Last evening at the offioe of Mc
Qowau & Tnttle, a meeting was held
for the organization of a permanent
Club of base ball nlnwa R rUWT
was chosen. presaerJR--I'PMker
secretary and tttaaUcfin&i. club
was organized to be known as "Colum
bia Base Ball Clnb " Thnmu Virgin,
was elected cantaiBr
A committeo was appointed to draft
constitution andbjt-laws, and present
at the next meeting.
Judge J?'. J. Taylor has promised to
have thejiew Dmnnr!of5nMww1 am3 an.
Sosed bV Jnlv 4th. Thev ana InmtaA
neartne end of the Bay railway, on.
Yoojigls riv&r,LoerHliitliffl fiothk
viiT. au.u. niu uo lurvH ann fviTiTanianr
Cluba at Portland, .Gray's harbor,
and other places have expressed a de
sire to-Taeet-As4oriaabest nine, and
it isthe-4ntention.of-tte boys to meet
them at anar1r -dv? Tf thAvom u
CUflAAOAfnl M, ll.Mu.lkl ?X1 .
sidereas tha firem3n.ot Astoria have
been, they will be sore io return with
uie laurei wreatn or te .victor.
Yicws of Assistant Postmaster Gen
sovxn Ayn zogicax orzsioxs.
KEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. JUNE 11.
As Filril in The County Rerordcr's Ofllre
Another meeting to-Joomplete the ?aste1r
organization wfll bo called at aaariyi!1
date. When rkiwtnra'irill lwi Lwff3
and constitution andbyJawsadopjfeedVJ
Aii arrangements arejioc .-yet: com
pleted, but will be announced .in due
time, as the club expects to 'hare a
game for Sunday next,, at Ssalasdr
and an excursion run there by steamer
aud rail from this city.
It is believed that the rJnh wiiriu.
able to make a cood Ahnwincr nnrl
kuujusucu IWWIU. OUCCaSB.lO.Uiem. I
First Assistant Postmaster General
J. A. Clarkson, who was in Portland
on Tuesday, appears to be
inclined do all in his power
to improve the costal fnpii;iw
on this coast, judging by his remarks
to a reporter. From an article in yes
terday's Oregonian, it seems as if the
people of this section might hope for
some relief when he returns to Wash
ington, and his views are sound and
practical as will be seen by the follow
ing extracts from the article referred
Hia visit to the coast wiu narflv far
pleasure, but principally to examine
into the postal service and the growth
of towns, which was so rapid that
eastern people had difficulty in realiz-
LOST IN THE WOODS. - 1 S
Saferinz, FrivatioB aid HmrisftifM Of
As Expeditioa. ;
Last Satnrdav Aconinn it 1 .ttr
Hamlin ton. Cant. H. Whprarfhnn
W. 1l Bobin started in the, woods tm
a search for timber land. Ther he-
Came lost in tha wnrula nmno In.
breakiiKr tliAirvimngu.an en-.:.
- - V " UA OU4--
ucmioiue wueei,,so they could not
o41Ar UnMtin l.fi XI ? 1
uvbci. uuui(( xci ujeir.jnsimmeiits
at home, ihey could not take Uwsun,
and not having their charta with them
they came near being foundered. All
tne upper rigging was, carried away
by the clouds which ofeaeured the
moon, and they were in .-sad plight
Even this was not all nt tluir sflu.
tions, for the deer which had: attackedi
fnom tanl-l wa4. m.i I
;uuu1"'u' ureal icnjciiyi ana naa
been lolled, with a revolverand tooth
pick, after a .desperatotniggle, was
stolen from tha xokV-Jilley after
dark by a wfldcwhioh'hadiormerly
been expelled fromHndajhachool for
bad conduct, and they-werejthus left
After nearly twenty-three; hours of
Privation. exnOOed in thp a-nrrora nf
the forest, amid the howling wild
beasts and ferocious savages' who were
numerous there a hundred vnra arm
1 "- r"-w ""t
u nuou wagon appeared insight and
taking them in tow, they $ arrived
safely in port and entered at the
custonuhouso on Monday morning.
WHITMAN HISTORICAL -SOCIETY.
Miss Bvers is nlrrl(inrrat ll.aQan.
J. Strauss and dnncrlifpr Tiaa piu
Strauss, have returned from Portland.
John Van Allen an insurance man
of San Francisco, arrived hero last
Miss Mamie MelrnsR nt Snn "Fran
cisco arrived yesterday by steamer,!
auu win visit inenus m this city.
Mrs. P. H. Riun arrived on yes
terday's steamer from San Francisco,
with her son, 011 a visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. Otto Heilborn.
Itev. G. W. Granuis delivered his
lecture "The Life aud Character of
Abraham Lincoln" l.-mf. irlif lurnm
the Portland Y. M. C. A.
Additiotial Particalan of Their, Animal
MARINE NEWS AND NOTES,
Portland is to have a wedding up
among the clouds on the nation's
birthday, for the Oieyonian of yester
day says among the projeoted features
of this year's Fourth of July celebra
tion, is a mammoth balloon ascension.
While moving between heaven and
wrth, a marriage ceremony is to bo
performed, the daring young couple to
be presented by the committeo with mi
elegant set of furniture and a magnifi
cent diamond ring.
The Steamer Inspector-.
Messrs. Edwards and McDermott,
local inspectors of steamers, arrived
last evening on the 1'elephone, on of
ficial business and will inspeot the
steamers 0, A"., Fisher, BeteJtaw,Poi t
land, Improvement and Occident to
day. To-morrow they go to Shoal
water bay and inspect the steamers in
that vicinity, and then return to Port-laud.
Numbers in any style. Number your
transoms in gold. Numbers complete
on Japaued tin in old, r0 cents.
ii. F. Allkx & Uo.
nHSCN Fer Re at.
Apply at the Pacific Real Estate Co,
We load. itlinr? fnl-
ionie made bread at the
Talk is cheap,
low. Trv tha he
Orejpon Bakery, and judge for yourself.
Prof. Hanna, the Corn Doctor, has by
special request extended his visit in As
toria for the remainder of this week.
Oftce over Allen's paint store, corner
Fourth and Cass streets.
The stoamer 3fanzanf.ltz veant
the river yesterday, and changed
several spar buoys in Prairie channel,
then returned here and Jeft last even
ing at 630 for Destruction island and
The steamship Oregon, Capt E,
Polemanu. sailed fan Snn Vraniann
She had a medium passenger list and I
iuuk iroin nere vju tons or freight, in
eluding 100 sacks of oystore, 50Q cases
of salmon and &50 bundles of shooks.
The steamship Columbia, bavt F,
Bollos, arrived yesterday from San
Franclsoo with a largo list of passen
gers. She brought here 77 tons f
freight, including 451 cases of empty
cans, and 940 packages of freight,' in
cluding OOtatOBS. flnnr. imuitnu nnA
The steamship Geo. 1J. Elder, Capt
J. 0. Huntor. nrrrvpd vpafprnv nrtn
noon from Alaska. She brouffht 557
tons of coal, 14 barrels of oil, and left
here 1.000 cases nf AlnaVn iimnn
from the Aberdeen PanTrinc mnon-r
of Port Wrangel, the first shipment of
ilia canenn T... . 1 -r. .
..v, oisuwu. oimb oncf leaving xron
Wrantrol she mof. th ctAnmoi,i
Queen of the Pacific, with passengers
from San Francisco, mostlv fan rink.
ffoinc to v!pw flip trmilnn nf ll.r,U"
The Elder went up to Portland last'
vcuiug, imoieu oy v;apt. otrang.,.
In Tuesday's Astowan was an
article from the Walla Walla Jo urnal,
concerning the above named society,
but in the Union appearea more
complete article, which, in addition to
the list of officers elected, says the
society, by a vote, decided to im
mediately improve the surroundings
and properly mark the graves pf Dr.
Marcus Whitman and his associates,
at their resDective nlaopa npnr thn aita
of the massacre.
It was decided to erect a suitable
monument tn ftin mamnrv jnf Tl.
Whitman on the grounds of -Whitman
conege, aua tn.o provisional -donation
of S500 frnm Dip Hremm IKonou n
Historical association was accepted,
and as soon as plans can -be 'auftored
a like sura will be raised by the society
here, and the work of creatine a'mnnn-
ment commenced. The' meeting was
one of much. interest, among .those
present being the venerable Father
Cushing Eells, oneof thelast surviving
of Dr. Whitman's companions. 4
vThere has been ninh mmnlm'nf
trqm this section about lack of postal
facilities and lack of expedition in the
railway mail service." iirl Mr ninrir-
son. "and X hnvp mmp nnf fa ltu nan-
uie people and see how it is for myself.
Outside Of mv Official Winnwtinn'wi'fl,
it, I take a great interest in this matter
as wnen x nrst settled in the midst of
tha Drairifi oonntrv in Tnwn xua nnrl to
S thirty miles te a po3toffice. Things
veiBm&gedconsiderably since that
itime. as- since Mnrcb iftSQ i.ot-
MtffeliaUed 8200 postoffices, and there
ritwiHue country vz,m) oltices."
-"The-pfesent administration is not
to blame for the lack nf nmnor nnofnl
facilities comnlainprf nf in ihn nnr(i,
jre8t,"said'Mr.f01arkson. 'We have
been runmntr under a crinnlp niir-
arice, and there is hardly a large city
in the country that has the facilities it
needs on account of -this lack of monev.
EX-DOStmasbir general Vilno nn.l
the Cleveland administration, cut the
appropriation $350,000 and congress
cut it down f400,000 more; so that we
have had nothing to meet the expan
sion of the country, while the country,
especially this section of it, insisted on
growing very fast"
There are pome," continued Mr.
Clarkson, "who insist that the postal
service Bhouldbe self-sunnortinfr. t
cannot see any more reason for it be-
xuj iD4iuicu 10 uo sen-supporting
uiuu ine armv nr nnrv if mmiu
very near it, however, asthe;expenses
last year were 72,000,000 ' and the
earnings 368,000,000, which leave3 a
balance of only $4,000,000 to be pro
Mr. Clarkson says every free deliv
ery office increases the revenue of the
government, and this service should
be extended as rapidly as possible to
cities of 5,000 population and even
less. They are improving the service
in eastern Cities hv infrrwlninrr hnruu
and carts for .more rapid collections of
mail, and no thin ir helns flip spnn'PA
like prompt and frequent collections
Mr. Clarkson has evidently informed
himself very thoroughly on all mat.
ters connected with the postal service,
and has the interests and advance
ment of the servirp nf. lipnrt nml no nil
matters connected with allowances for
cierK lure are 111 the hands of the
first assistant postmaster-general, it
may confidently boexnecfad thnf. liTa
'" vj una bucnuu win result in great
benefit to tlie postal service of the
United States to A. S. Heed,
W MNW4'andW S
W U . sec!29. T 7 N. It if WS
Mary H. ieinenweber to
HenrySchultt lot 13, blk
A. S. Bead to Francis Hood,
W KNWifand WJS
W i, sec 29, T 7N, K 6W
E. P. Thompson to J.F. Sel
lers, lots 13 and 14. blk 19.
Wm. and Annie Beidt to
Henry Pearson, blk 65,
I. W. Case, trustee, to L.
Campbell, lots 12 and 13,
tract 2, Case's subdiv of blk
State of Oregon to Lillian C.
Griffin, S E Hot S W X,
sec 20, x 7 jn, t u w
Lillian C. Griffin to D. A.
Blodgett, S E K of S W
sec 25,T7N,B6 W
Jay Tuttle and wife to E. G.
Bogers, an undivided if
interest in S K of 20 acres
in sec 14, T 8 N, R 9 W. . .
E. A. Noyes and wife to Earl
Bace, lot 13, blk 10, North
H. C. Thompson and wife to
J . U. iteed, lots 1, 2, 39
and 40, West Warrenton. .
Previously reported this
I Am Aiifl
Total to date.
Bousbt .1 Typewriter.
A veterau friend of the driver col
umn down at Paduke, and' a prom
inent business man and steamboat
PnDvcSHTCV nnr 00 -toon
Dar Fiend '
I. have ?nsfc bOonn! ? tripe
writer fNo d-S5 Tt n H1. V T V. v R
L T. E.R) Am hOw Devting
little leiSure time on G Etting acu
anteilwith It. The Atphp. sTil iff
cootl fdonld) be learned inno time
;n Ableboded mn 02 wrxt 100
leftere A dAy-i m no! able bedsed
jnSt now owing 2 spell of 8ecK
NeSS I bed 'a While aGo; I Wrote
8S4 letters in one day & they aid
loaked wnrse than tnis he Said it
would Be a thung pf beavty & jOv
FOBever;) i with he would come
back. I Wailt in KP.I In'm ran.
BAD. I have bad this typo writer
only 2 Days & used up Al ready 27
reams or paper also got the infernal
thing Soit wont wBite any thing
bZt Xolopuck or Bussian, "he told
me it Wis cus to Mary 2 hve pat
eince, thats All right after I get
through w4sh Him dB small will
have one More, i nnfd S17'7J. far Hm
type writera and havo conclzded tr
tradelTofFsorAdOgthen, f (I cen
borrow CharlFv rpFd's Run -Til i-;n
him Good bZe more latter expses my
Vouk D Tsulx
. J F
It is trnlv linnp1 flip sHm- irn
be patient Tho above is better than
the ordinary beginner. Who knows
but he may yet become an expert and
The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House of Astoria. -
For Ladies ! 1130
...EworDuvMsnoE. flffia- mbKMagla.
MORGAN & CO., - . . Aatari. 3l
Out of the Fire
Tkft Jiirawherrv sp.isnn ic nnw if. t
riain. Thonnann Jr. Unca irp rwnir!n(7
arc?e aHantitiiit nf t!i lioMpinno fmir
Order a case early.
Thm MmtCmuu IIhsc Cigmr.
The La Taloma cigar and other fine
bmdst cigars: tlie finest in the city,
at Charley Olsen &, next to C. 11. Cooper.
There Arc Same nice ICeems.
Over tke Mika4o candy store, suitable
for flks, for ,rent Apply to Alex
Fer.a good Shave, go to F. Ferrell.
g inmbtc the Austin house at the
SoMiia teoy jtheear 'round.
Fr tiw.vwy BeetPhotos, go to Shus
ter. Maate Cke4 f mrtLer.
Fxitate noma for ladies and families:
at Central Jtertaurant, next to Foard A
Free Lnch at the Telephone Sa-leoB,cmts.
Fresh Bread and Cakes every day at
Columbia Bakerj'. All orders deliv
ered to all parts of the city.
For fine variety of Numbers for vour
buildings, call on Judge Jewett. "
Strawberries and Cherries. "
The only place m the city where you
can get Fresh Strawberries aud Cher
ries daily, at Jiock Bottom prioes. is at?
km AitaHlsfcla. Offer.gea-f tkm
Replies. " t
The 8n Francisco pepen of recent! date
onuined the foUowlnK offer- :
" A an eridence-of the ability of jor'a
Vetretatte SanaMrula io pwveatilck m
ThU ofler o -aUrtlUgJjr Mffrtvthaiesl
cfency of the reaiedr -UMtt.W7.cceptdf
and the letter otth.pa(tIei, nearly all of
whom reiponded, are probably the sort
convincing atteutloni that any zeaedj
ever received. The following li a eampb of
those received: '
Ihrre been abject to bllioat heada&afl
, fact, have been-eompeUed to takea phy
eiprv ninpr Ttwnr a a t -ni ..
headache anidaUjjseaa e&liac-I.hara
taken -that bottle oTJoyi 'Ti'-iifi WbTm
parlUa, aad.hate .rivt SftiS
it, and intend contoain JL-after mrSmm
2SWI arteartupTUe taoeeW
pled wlUi hlUoaneM and eeaettMtteatojrr
13ft Lpcot ATenwe, Saa rrancleia,
Passeacen to Pertiaad. '
Wasn't the fall of Adam a case of
Eve's dropping, toe?
Watering wine is a gross swindle,
but sanding sugar is a grocer swindle.
He "Darling, will yon love me
when I'm gone?" She 'Yes, if von
are not too far gone."
First Fisherman '-'What luck?"
Second Fisherman '-None at all;
can't get the cork out"
"Times are hard." rpmnrtp1 Vr.ni,
as he gazed from the starboard side of
tne aric into the extemporized sea.
"Even tho water comes high, but we
must have it."
When it takes a young man half an
hour to put on a girl's skates and she
devotes twenty-five minutes to tving
his necktie it is generally safe tb re
gard them as engaged.
Mi-rtrlc Bit (!.
Ihb ri-inoly N btviiiiiiiig so w I
known and so zonular as tu m-cii nr
special mention, ah wim hnra hc.j
Electric Hitlers sini? fin. xn.u. cn,,,rr
praise. A pun-r medicine do.s not -x-it
and it Is pii.trflnfppfi in tin ..it i. . :..
Chliuiiul.- klPitri ItilK.rc u-;ii ..,.-.v ii
diseases of the Liver and Kidneis. will
remove limples. Boils SaltBln uiu and
u"c ": ions causwi oy tmpun blood.
Will drive Malaria fnim the system
and prevent a well as cure Malarial le
vers. For cure or Headache, Constipa
tion and Indigestion try Electric Bit
ters bllllre hOlisfapf Inn misKinluml n
1 money refunded. Price M els. and S1.00
. Go to the San VmiiniQon rioiio...
the finest Photogjaphs and Tintypes.
Olney street -
- 9d.Goods and low rates at tlie Sea
l)r. F. Crang lias returned to the city
and resumed practice at the corner of
Foujth and Cass'stret-ts, up stairs, for
merly the .alvatlon Army barracks.
Sunday evening, near the Postoffice,
a child's red, knit shoulder cape. Find
er will please leave at this office and be
Try the Columbia Bakery and satisfy
yourself where you can do the best
The Pacific Can Co. is i repared to
furnish packers with salmon cans in
quantities to suit For rates and prices
apply to or address F. P. Kendall, at of.
lice of Columbia River Packing CoM
The Columbia Bakery is the neatest
shop in the city.
Boots and Shoes made to order, all
Repairing neatly done at Th. Joseph
sons. ThoniDSOn & ROM rp hanrfltnc !..
product of some of the Choicest Dairies,
uu wu oupjjiv juu wim a sio. i article
of Butter or Cheese.
The latest style of Gents' Boots and
bhoesat P. J. GoqdmajTs.
The following is thetof, paien
gew haying roomi, .wlipntai Ae
nver last-eraeifur an JiSAiri. .7
phonez J:. iT&MLttmdLXrJ.
Mrs. Cam, Mra.arxo,i:aapttfL
Tavlor and dano-htAj- ITT. flnpnnI4
J.F Griffith. J. M. TavlorwW
BtownMgB. Salley; M. Foara 7S
TirrTrn mrZ t? lUITf S
n.m n -r Tf- t 2:2i'
iIii.t'' " i aiiBSJsjB 3T535",F2irBens me appe-
mxj csom.a. r.unuar. rr rrHMciir Tn'SZE'TZ!' " entire system. Get
t m , - . ' "ww.wnn w utrccuuiis.
Tormented with Salt Rheum
Cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Only those who havo suffered from salt
rheum in its worst form know the agonies
caused by this disease. ITood's Sarsapa
rllla has had great success in curing salt
rheum, and all affections of the blood.
" I owe the gratitude to Hood's Sarsapa
rilla that one would to his rescuer from a
with salt rheum, and had to lea e off w ork
altogether. My face, about the ej cs, u ould
be swollen and scabbed, my hands and a
part of my body would bo raw sores for
weeks at a time, my flesh would seem so
rotted that I could roll pioces from between
my fingers as large as a pea. Ono
physician called it type Dnierm
and gave me medicine accord- O ISO II
ingly; but salt rheum cannot bo cured In
that way. Finally I bought a bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla. It helped me so much
that I took two more bottles, and was
Entirely Cured LSLS
with salt rheum since. I also used Hood's
Olive Ointment on tho places affected. It
stops tho burning and Itching sensation im
mediately. I will recommend Hood's Sar
saparilla not only for salt rheum, but for
S Loss of Appetite
'all-gone' feeling so often experienced."
A. D. Eobbixs, Jamaica Plain, Mass.
N."B. It you decide to take Hood's Sarsa
parOla, do not be induced to buy any other.
Soldbdrnggbts. gl;siiforg5. Prepared by
v. i. uooo & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
tOO Doses One Dollar
nap in Real Estate.
UKAnescIosi-toiiviTaii.Ulrcct car line. Oulv S300 npraiw rir..t.
only. ,000 can Uo made on tl.is pfop?rtnhrSontta.W '
W in jrat e & llilill
4th of July
O. P. Upshur,
Shipping and Commission Merchant
-Iain St. Wharf, Astoria. Oregon.
Tho Election is Over.
Ami itbehovos all to for-
gvt tin political
Tn the meantime the
undersigned will not for
get to look out for the
people's wants, and be at
all times prepared to fur
nish the finest selection
of gentlemen's garments
at his usual reasonable
IEtoa,l SJstate Brolteri
QddFeIloAvs'Bnil(liiig, - . ASTORIA. OR
Lots in Case's Astoria Are No? on Salt
AT TnE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate Co.
PRICES VROU SI 50 TO $250 EACH.
TBR3IS One-Half Cash ; the Balance in Six anil Twelve Months.
'd's Lager Beer!
is the Choice of the Connoisseur.
Superior facilities for Shipping in Car Load Ittia.
Onlers for any quantity to bo directed to
H. WEINHARD, Portland, Oregon.
Comer Tivclf tli and B. Telephone 72. F. . BX 4
FLYNN, The Tailor,
KEE?S IN STOCK THIS
Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings. All the Latest Style
He buj s for Gtth .it B islcrii Prices. He Guarantees the Best Workman!, om aM
torments, utll ami sea forouraelf. Harth Block. ASTOBIaTOK
C3-o to ni-i ii
FOR FRESH BREAD,
C'alcev, mm Fic Confectionery. All Orders Ifelireretf.
. COOLEY BROS.
V,P,V wwynt mvyuLiiy uhj uiOOC
ami wiKLJupipe.systB. Ho
ianua4s-ibaogt popular ad
If AiiVL Jui n TL?rT i,ullrci
vPerfeeoB Fruit-: Ssrs. af TLwaoa
&.IIQ&3Z.I, f - r-r f
LhA low's 'TSllAa MM ruTflir.
Take It Before Breakfast.
The creat appetizer, tonic and liver
reSUlaUMV In 1IA fm- mn.a .l.on M
leare in Eneland. Positive specific for
liver coniDlaint. Dad taetS in tha
niOUth OS arislnCT in tha mnrnlnrf -1..1I
pains In thd head and back of the 'ev
Barbour's Salmon Net Twines.
NEPTUNE Brand Salmon Twine.
WOODBEBRY Cotton Lines and Twines
SEINES and NETTING
Of all Description Furnished at
Effected in First Class Companies,
AgMey PMlfle Exfrew ai Wells, Fargo a Co.
Oaw'a Yaar Feet.
S&l11!?0111 nd Including
longer Office over Allen's palat store.
fiet BedilM Uvmrn t1!J,nB - t-t-i
Will make regalarOriDjg toaawaaa
All the CholCPSt nltitaofaa n,. U
onlv firslwlaoa nan iul. JT...j'
f5S5Mfi,thLfine9t stwberrles to be
ft?lf ,ta or eat ot it are from
jlmDu'sirardens at Moant Coffin, and
J are sold EyTnompfloirabKoss.
...- ' fc -
sSi2r- -r-wfetiSs: 5 9 S? J1
" Serilatate Broker.
The Live Clothier and Hatter,
In the Occident Hotel BM'g.
OCCUPIES THIS SPACE.
A. T. 3RAKKE, Mgr.
ASTOIUX JOB OFFICE.
Your Money's Wort!
18 WHAT YOU GET AT
Foard & Stokes
Groceries and Provisions.
ErerythlBg la a Flrst-clasg Store
Extremely Low Figures.
Goods DeliTered all oyer Town.
Tae Hlfhaat Prlca Fald for Junk.
FOARD e STOKES
The Indiana Paint Sliop.
C, M. CUTBIRTn, Trop'r.
Cor. Third and Main Sts., Astoria.
PAINTER AND CRAINER.
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
Work executed with Xeatncs? and Dispatch,
Magee, Argand and Acorn
Stoves i Ranges,
Cooking and Heating,
EVERYONE FULLY WAEKANTED
The Oregon Land Co.
Where Property Is Left For Sale.
Corner Third and Olney 8ts.9
ASTORIA, - OEEGOJT.
WATER CLOSETS, FLTHBDfG GOODS,
PUXFS, SI5KS, ASD BITn TDBS.
Xoe cfc Scully,
W. F. Scheibe,
Smokers' Articles in Stock.
THE TRADE SUTTLIED.
Snecial Brands Manufactured to Onlpr
MAIN 'STREET, - - Astoria, Or
Thompson & Ross
Carry a Full Line of
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
PATRONIZE HOME INDOSTIY!
There Is no occasion for tne W -
pus of our citizens to sead tPrStSSZ
San Francisco for mm. m
Custom Made Clothes
John C. Dement.
Successor io W. E. Dement & Co.
Carries Complete Stocks of
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
Proscriptions Carr rally Compeaaded.
Mexicjux Salve and
Noiwegian Pilo Core
New Goods bv Every
Call and see lilra and satlrfv vnnttf
P. J. Meany, MercaaatTalcr.
.V "-i -- a. .
- TOWWaa.. -
New Styles, Caaketsaad fweiai
Next to Astoriax odcT "Mm