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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1890)
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CUr- OwMUfldrt Payer.
Tan: hes erf the harbor iatJi city
are to be dofiaitely rtrhliflhca, kler
coDe4et govert mpemooB.
Tbckigk steadiag and adraowkdged
c&cteacy of tiie geaUeaaen composine
tie board as 86cet guarantee that
tbe -work -will be done accurately. It
Qxxn: is coatraat to tlie. excessive
beat yesterday prevailed in
xaaeyot the states, as indicated in our
fcJegrapMc dispatches on the first
page, received last night, was the
bcsattfal day and cool eveninc which
was eajoyed by the fortunate residents
oC Astoria. Sunstrokes are here un
kaowR, ad sweltering heat conies not
to as in this glorious clime.
CURED OF TOTAL DEAFNESS
Ik Tea Misetcs liy Electricity Aiwtlicr
ITewkrrHl Csre Fcrferaei hy Dr.
Damn oh a Seattle Han.
3r Editor- Por vpnns T linv
been gradually growing deaf, until
aiibswt OBO.TPflr smTlwimri nlmocf
totally deaf in one ear and the other
partkllyso. Dr. Darrin cured me
J we 21 in ten minutes, by his new
"i vn. v;re uf aixiaaiiy. x reside
at HHfedale, three miles from Port
land, ad can be seen any time to
vemy the above statement
Act BraKkltk Cmrd fey Br. Darrin.
PoKnaxD, June 6. 1890.
Xr. 3KTOK Sir? For nnnrlvrmfi
-erIwas troubled with acute bron-
cuius, rbu tned every remedy I could
licar of, bat received o benefit I
then wrote TJrs. Darrin for aflvv anr?
treateent, which I took at home, and
urcroBcjBoctas treatment i was en
tirely cared. Can be referred to at
An. Rns riace f Baclaess.
Dcs. Darrin can be consulted dailv
at e Washington building, corner
Fourth and Washington streets,
PoriJaad. Hours 10 to 5; even
iaps. 7 to S; Sundays, 10 to 12. All
chrosic diseases, blood taints, irregu
larikfi ia women, loss of vital power
and early indiscretions permanently
cared, jthongh no references are ever
made ia the press concealing such
cases, owing to the delicacy of the
patieate. Examinations free to all,
and circulars will bo sent free to any
address. Charges for treatment ac
twdiag to patient's ability to pay.
Tke poor treated free of charge from
10 to U daily. All private diseases
ooMSdcatly treated and cures guaran
teed. Patients at a distance can be
cared by home treatment Medicines
ad letters sent without the doctors
A Geei SpecalatioH.
Captain Thomas of the steam
sckooacr Jiosic Olsen recently pur
chased the wreck of the steamship
Idaho, which was given to Messrs.
GrMUis, Stetson & Co. by the Pacific
Coast Steamship company as a claim
of salvage, the company not caring to
pay the amount demanded by Griffiths
Co, who are owners of tbe tug
The wrecked Eteamship has been
lyiagoathe beach near Port Hadlock
for soe months past Captain
TboBMg purchased the old concern
for sboat $500 and proceeded to inves
tigate his purchase. He discovered
that there was enough cargo in the
wreck to warrant Ins investing, in a
divers oatfit, which costs nearly $600.
Haviag obtained the rig, he et to
work himself in his sew suit of clothes
jdweat down to the bottom of the
hold ia the Idaho. Up to date he
has dag out about $5,000 worth of
cargo aad not yet worked out the
lead. The carco so far obtain at! rvm
sists of about H00 barrels of salmon
i 150 or 200 barrels of oil and other
Merchandise. There x a good deal of
water ia the vessel and the Captain
thiaks he has got along welL
Win. Tiwnoiw, postmaster of Ida
vilic. lad., writes: "Electric Bitters
has 4oae wore for me than all other
mcitciacs cowbincd. for that bad feel
ing arivins from Kidney and Liver
trouble." John Leslie, farmer and
rfockawaof same place, says: "Find
KJeciric Hitters to be the beet Kidney
ami Liver medicine; made me feel like
a new Maar J.W.Gardner, hardware
merchant. saae town, says: Electric
Hitters is Jast the thing for a man w ho
in all ran down and don't care whether
ho lives or dies; he found aew strength,
jyaoa' appetite and feltjast like he had a
new tease on life. OnlySOcabottkvat
J. W. Cosh's Drag Store. '
All the GaoScaet Delicacies, made oy
oaty first-class wen at the Seaside
C. S. DOW, Vice Fres.
D. M. STEWART, Treas.
Clatsop Land Company.
Incorporated with $23,000 Capital
RealEstate and Insurance Brokers, Notary Public Conveyancers
We arc Sole Agents for the following choice Real Estate: South Astoria, beautifully situated on the south side o
xoungs J5ay, Jots 50x100575 to 90, on easy terms. Just dock or &outn Astoria is rrospcci
Astoria's most popular addition. Lots 27x100 S35 to 50, blocks of 22 lots at a liberal discount.
Choice Business and Residence Property in all parts of the city, also fine acreage suitablo for platting, at reasonable
Refer by permbslonto I. W, Case, Banker, Astoria.
Oregon. Hon. J. L. Cowan, Mayor of Albany
and President or the Una County Bank. Taco
ma National Bank.
Clatsop Land Go.
Third Street, Astoria, Oregon.
A Death Blow to Boots and Shoes
The popular Boot and Shoe Store, No. 527 Third St, opposite "Pioneer" office,
of the principal
Has onened an extra stock of Fine Shoes for Ladies. Misses. Children and Men's wear, consisting of the prim
Ecastern Manufacturers: II eywood & Co., (Worcester, Mass.) : Faunce & Sninncy,(Lynn, Mass.): John Strootman, Buf
falo, N. i .; Marcio & Cie., New Tork City; Burley & Ushers, Newport, Mass, and an Extra Line of California Goods.
33. X0 7"2? Cfc OO, Astoria, Oregon.
HAEIXE NEWS AND NOTES.
iHtcrcstim; Items BcRardtBC Vessels.
The steamer Gen. Caribp is being
newly painted, and put in fine condi
tion. The steamer Clara Parker lias
been condemned by the inspectors, as
her hull is weak and defective.
The steamer Louise Vaughn went
up this morning towing a large barge
heavily loaled with pottery clay from
The steamer Oswego came down
the river yesterday, with a barge
loaded with brush and fascines for
the government jetty at the mouth of
The steamer No Wonder, Capt
Jas. "Whitcomb, will go up the river
this morning with a raft of logs from
Lewis & Clarke river, containing over
half a million feet of lumber.
The steam tender Manzanita, Capt.
Bichardson, left here yesterday after
noon at 3:30 for San Francisco. The
steamer started from Main street dock,
went up as far as the U. P. dock, then
turning around, passed close to the
wharves, Balutiug with whistle every
steamer she passed, and being an
swered in return, making lively music.
The steamer and her courteous of
ficers had many friends on the wharf
to bid good by and waft after them
wishes for a safe return. A new
boiler will be put in, and the bottom
overhauled, so she wfll probably be
absent five or six weeks.
The barkentine Tarn CShanter,
Capt Hatch, arrived yesterday even
ing from Cook's inlet, Alaska, which
she left on the 12th instant. She
brings 1,100 cases of salmon, and 77
Chinese who were wrecked on the
bark Corea on her way to Alaska a
few weeks ago. She also brines some
of the sails and other wreckage from
tho same vessel. Some of the Chinese
will be employed here at the different
canneries, and a few will go back to
the Alaska canneries on tho steamer
City of Topeka on her next trip. The
Tarn CPShanter will take on a load of
lumber here for Bcdondo Beach,
A. J. STEELE, President
L. O. CHENATJLT, Vice-President
and Business Manager.
J. F. BOUltN, Sec.
J. II. .TONES,
Frankfort Land Co.
Paid-up Capital, $300,000.
Frankfort, - - Washington.
Ffavel's Brick Building.
P. O. BOX 701.
Passeasers to Portland.
Good Goods and low rates at the Sea
Talk is cheap, Wc lead, others fol
low. Try the home Made oread at tbe
Oregon Bakery, and jadge far yourself.
A Rhi for general, light housework.
Awlyatl.lL Horner, at the tin atore
The IHstrieC Schl.
La&chahlc, eajoyaWe. Sea it at the
Opera llease next Taeeday sight. Ad
HS3ie.&a ceats: ne extra charge for
A gead jrfaiM is mated hy "Par
chaser." Ir4rattfcfc otfec. ,.
A Rcetant, aU ttmfefcet, aad ia
aaedsfeaftt. Apply t th Hah Street
i wtUKL OTv IHRV N
RwST - -
The following is the list of passen
gers having roomp. who went up the
river last night on the steamer Tele
. T. Smitu, lrs. Smith, Miss
Smith, F. M. Warren, J. Kahn, .
Abrams, J. McGuire, J. Adams, Capt
Hoyt, M. Lawrence, A. Mann. T. G.
Davison, Dr. Long,. B. Jerrue, J. G.
Hemming, K. Shuster, C. Anderson,
W. W. Stausberg, J. Cadman, O. King,
G. 1L nckson, JJ. It. iSmith, K. L.
BalL F. Ix. Logan, Mrs. S. Moore, Mrs.
F. Morgan, L Bergman, Mrs. Monroe,
"W. JR. SewelL W. S. Moore, J. H.
Hart, S. Spark, E. E. Shaw, L. .
Selig, Walter House.
It is a fact," that Hood's Sarsaparilla
does cure scrofula, salt rheum, and other
diseases or affections arising from im
pure state or low condition of the blood,
overcomes tbe tired feeling, creates a
good appetite, and gives strength to
every part of the system. Try it.
JkBTKE TO MOTHERS.
Mbs. Wikslow's Sooxinxo Snui
should always be used tor children
teething. It soothes the child, wftens
tne gums, allays ail -pain, cures winu
cholic, and is the best remedy for diar-rhoea.Twenty-ve
cents a bottle.
169 Acres Fine Laud on Fuget Island
ONE MILE FBOM CATHLAMET.
Good Ceiled House, Land Partly Cleared and Under Cultivation.
77 Acres on Walluski River,
1H MILES FEOM CITY LIMITS:
Splendid Location, Clear and Level: Cheapest Acreago in the Market
B.EAL ESTATE DEALERS.
573 Third St., - - Astoria.
For All Ivlnils of KIro Works, best Tea. Japanese and Clilncse Curiosities and No eltles,
Fine Silk Goods, Ilare Crockerj', lacquered Ware. IoryTojs, SUttinc. Ladies' Under
wear, Jiic, go to WING - A CO.
520 THIRD ST., ASTORIA, OR.
North Pacific Brewery,
JOHN KOPP, - - Proprietor.
EXTRA FINE BOHEMIAN LAGER BEER.
EXTRA FINE STEAM BEER.
L 1 ?QL ? I H.
r-ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. "
Go to the San Francisco Gallery for
the finest Photographs and Tintypes.
Fresh Bread and Cakes every day at
Columbia Bafcery. All orders deliv
ered to all parts of the city.
Furnished Booms, nicely situated.
Apply at the residence of P. J. Good
man, $0 First street.
C. R. F. P. Unto Nottct.
TIIE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of tbe C. R. F. P. U.will be beld at Lib
erty hall oa Satarday, July 5th. at 7 o'clock
v. x. NofflinattoH of oAcers will be ia order.
A IhM attendance of all members in good
ataading Is requested.
F. WRIGHT, Secy.
Prtfotilt ftr City FHfiti9.
. Notick is herebr jtlvea that bids will
be received at the odceof the Auditor
aad-Polico dodge until Monday, Jane
90Uu 1800, for all city printin. Bide
must state the price 'per square far each
insertion, and size of type proposed to
be used. Also the price per l,G8d for
the different blanks required.
TUa rVimmnn rViniwTl TiWiTfft tluk
rijrht to reject any and all bids.
liy order oi tne uommoa uouncn.
Auditor and Police JiMMg,
Astoria, J HB270i,l. v '
La Fayette Park.
Three Miles from the Postoffice and Custom House,
Astoria Real Estate Co.
172 CASS ST.,
FOR FRESH BREAD,
Cakes, and Fine CeMfectlsuery. All Orders Delivered.
E. P. NOONAN & 0.
ar. i. e3to,
Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TEIXTMIE 19. 7. F. O. BOX SM
HAVING SOLD THE STEAMER "IM
neveaMBt,'' I Ul not hereafter be rc
gponwblo Iw aay debts coatracted byorm
the aae oC the boat.
Mm, fkedericb: f. galloc.
Astoria, Jaae X, KM.
S5 Cabinets for S2.5Q,
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of Beat Quality, and at
SIGH OF THEJM.DEN SHOE.
JOc:Nr i A-rTsr.
J. H. MANSELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR STATE OF OREGON. .
City Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage for Sale.
Correspondence Solicited. P. O. Box SC3, Established 1SS3.
INVESTMENTS MADE FOR OUTSIDE TAUTIES.
Next W. U. Telegraph Office. Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
CftHDY FACTORY 5
To-Bay-Fine Ice Cream SodaTo-Day
Also Handle None but the Finest Kcjr West and Imported
Please Call and Give mo a Trial. THIRD STREET, Nct V. U. Teles pli onice
f . L. DEENHART, Real Ett Broker
Office on Third St., Opp. Odd Felloe's Temple. P. O. Eox Sil.
Lots in WARRENTON and WEST WARRENTON For Sale,
On Installment Plan. Discount for C.ish.
A residence In Astoria since 1872 enables I Tf7" T TTPIT ""XTTT A T?np
me to give tlie best ot information respect- Y JLi. U XJLJLi Eil3( J.LXa JL
ing propertj' In Astoria and this Icinity. I AG KNT.
FRED S AIZ s
Saddles and Harness
A LAEGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
GOODS AT SAN FEANCISCO PRICES.
I make a specialty or good work and guarantee satisfaction. At the Old Stand. We
Side Olney Street, Near Wilson & Fisher's.
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
C. It. SORENSON.
' i" '-ii- wnaJIfJM
C. S. GUNDKRSON.
Sorenson & Co.,
Real Estate Agents!
1 O. Box 1G3.
Office m Olney Stieel,
Uetween econd"aud Third.
D, H. WELCH & (JO.,
NOTAltY TUELIC FOR OUKCOV.
We have PiM)perty in the original townsitc from $225 up
wards. Gootl Business and Residence Property
always on our list.
Im estments made for non-residents. Ctirrespoiitlonre snliciti d.
Call and sec as.
Office en Water Street) Near Union Pacific Wliarf and Depot
Largest : Stock I
Lowest : Prices 1
Two car-loads received : More on tlie wav.
You are Invited to see tbe finest display of
Furniture. Carpets, eta. in the city. Prices rea
THE OLD STAND, - ASTORIA, DR. -
Dealers in Gents' PurnisMng Goods of All Kinds.
Suits Made to Ordar at Short Notice, at Lowest Prices,
Always Keep New Goods on Hand. Also Cleaning and Kcpairing.
6941 Fater St, Asoria, Or. ... P. O. Box 210.
A. V. AEmEmmWt
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions and Mill Feed.
Crockery, Glass f Plated Ware.
The Largest asdfiaeet assortment of
Txmmh. Truit and Vegetables.
" BeesfTed fresh ererv Steamer.
LOSING OUT SALE 1
W(j now oiler for Sale our entire Stock BELOW ITS OR
IGINAL COST. Surprise bargains every day.
Orders from the country will receive prompt
attention and tlie benefit of our reduction.
TERMS OF SALE STRICTLY CASH.
New York Novelty Store,
Ravel's Brick Building, Opp. Occident Hotel.
DUFF S. OARTY.
Cigars, : Tobaccos, : and : Cigarettes !
XO&V. BUT THE BEST BRANDS IIANIr,F,I.
17J THIRD STREET, ASTORIA, OREGON'
Successor to T. R. Loughery.
ITY BOOK STORfi.
Big Stock : : Low Prices.
Fire Crackers, Roman Candles, Bombs, Etc.
Onr Stock is Fresh, anil will Give Satisfaction. No last year's goods here.
GRIFFIN : & i KEEP.
Wholesale Wine House.
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
IIuvvo completed arrangements for supplying any brand of "Wino in anv qnnntity
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA.
Yonr pntronago in City or Country solicited.
A. W. UTZINGER. Cosmopolitan Saloon.
TIw terminus of the llwaeo and !hoahater Uav Railroad. TIIE GREAT
EST SUMMER REbORT OX TIIE NORTHWEST COAST. Lies at the head
or the J!.iy, at deep water, and only tweho miles from tho bar. The coming
County Se.il and Commercial Jlctrop'dis of Pacilic county. Now laitl out Lots
on the iii.u ket troin 50, and upwards.
Kor particulars and fnli intormation, call on or address
B. A. SEABORC,
Stockton & Welch,
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
City, Suburban and Acreage Property For Sale.
MAIN ST., AST0UIA, OK., V. 0. Bo5Il. No curbstono brokers cinploypd here
The Leading Tailor.
Call and See My Nobby Stock of Spring Goods
Just Arrived. .
It comprises the latest goods in the market, and 1 offer them at prices never
before heard of in Astoria, and guarantee the best and most
comfortable fitting suits in the city.
Next to C. H. Cooper's
The New Model Range
CAN BE HAD IN ASTOKIA, ONLY OF
E. R. HA WES,
ARent. Call and Examine It ; You "Will be Pleased. E. IS. Ilawes Is also AgeM fm the
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand.
Have Railroad Connection Sooner Than Any ; Other Point on the Harbor.
ate Ibcnd and not afraiao .fiye, iowoements to RAILROADS, MOTOR LINES or to any, other Substantial Improvement. , A Large Railroad Wharf is shortly to be completed there.
NEW ASiqxiLi the Jbavonte, and lots are seltiog fiat. CoBKExintte Propjerty and Buy.
tm:im-3Mh: ---'-;'::.:'- -fc;r&;;,-v' ' general agents
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