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..JULY 8. 1800
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The AsTortiAX Ruarantceb to its adver
sers the largest circulation of any newspa
ler published on the Cohinil)i.i rh or.
The cae of Mra. Baker, charged
with assault with a dangerous weapon,
was yesterday dismissed by Justice
A reckless man is one who appears
on the street without his coat and
v.itha lotot ten-cent cigars sticking
in his vest -pocket.
The deeds for record were quite
y numerous yesterday, there being 17 for
the first day of the new administration
of F. I. Dunbar as recorder ot convcy-
This morning the steamer Gen.
Canby will htart for Ilwaco at 7
o'clock sharp, and to-morrow morning
County clerk Trenchard figures that
the last state election cost the county
S759.S0. or just 29 cents for each vote
cast Votes come high, but they must
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
THE COUNTY COURT.
A Great Variety of Topics
cussed Last Eyening.
COMMITTEES Al'VOIXTEU, ETC
At a meeting of the chamber of com
merce last evening, president Bowlby
in the chair, G. Wingate secretary pro
tem, Capt. Gray on behalf of the
special committee on street improve
ments, reported that they had mot a the duly qualified successor of O. H.
Opening of tie new Term, Coi
Mcinilonilay, July 71li.
JUIiC.E McQ UTHE SICK AT HOME.
Yesterday morning C. A. McGuire,
the county judge elect, was too unwell
to appear in court, but the oath of
office was administered to him at his
residence, and he is now county judge,
The funeral of the late Capt Strang,
the well-known river pilot took place
in Portland yesterday afternoon, and
the remains wero interred in Lone Fir
The new machines came down on
the Telephone last evening for the
West Shore mills, and will be used for
the new system of incandescent lights
for the city.
The Oakes Comedy Sketch club
and Swiss Bell Ringers, who have
charmed Astorians with their sweet
melodies on former occasions, will bo
here next Monday.
Our thanks are duo postmaster Hare
and his assistant for prompt delivery of
the paper mail. It's a big help to a
newspaper that appears overy day in
the year to get its exchanges promptly.
Says the Ilwaco Advance: The
mail "service to Fort Cauby has been
discontinued since July 1, 1890, Uncle
Sam being too poor to continue it
The mail will be carried by a four
oared barge, manned by soldiers.
A. G. Allen, contracting agent of the
Oakes' Comedy Sketch club and Swiss
bell ringers, was in tho city yesterday,
billing his company and arrauging for
their appearance here next Monday
evening. Ho goe3 up to Portland this
Clean up the streets and hang out
your banners to-day in lionor of the
visiting members of the A. O. U. W-,
who come from British Columbia and
Washington, as well as from all parts
of this state. Let them find the city
and its streets clean and in good order.
Thero was considerable doing in the
court house yard and viciuity yester
day afternoon. Tho county court, the
circuit court, the circus, tho smail
boy, tho newly elected officers, the
land proof applicants, tho brass band
and the whole tout ensemble being
Yesterday morning whilo assisting
in loading two engines on tho Tele-
Shone, Mate Larkins, of the steamer,
ad one foot badly smashed by one ot
the engines falling on it The extent
of his injuries is not known, as he was
taken to tho hospital in Portland
before tho boat left.
Yesterday morning postmaster Haro
routed from its corner the old-fashioned
cast-iron safe, that has been hi a
mouldy corner of the mailroom since
eighteen hundred and fast asleep and
carried it out on the sidewalk. It was
then loaded on one of Dick Marion's
trucks and presented to tho proprietor,
with the compliments of tho United
At n meeting of Astoria Engine
company 2Jo. 1, held last evening, C.
J. Trenchard tendered his resignation
as foreman, but the boys refused to
accept it A motion was then made,
requesting foreman Trenchard to rein
state James Scott as engineer, which
was carried by a vote o twenty to two,
and in accordance with the request, he
Three mules and a sick cow showed
to 75 children in a tent in the court
house yard yesterday. The outfit
gave that as a one "performance." It
calls itself the "New York Circus.""
The proprietor carries all his money
in his ear. Jjook out for him. He
offered The Astokian an advertise
ment and a stack of tickets last Sun
day but to no avail. He gets this
send off for nothing.
In the police court jesterday there
were four cases, but Judge Jewett did
not see any of tho accused, as they all
failed to appear for trial, and their
deposits were declared forfeited. Tho
names, charges and amount forfeited
by each were as follews: Mamie
O'Neil, soliciting. $20: Harry Ander
son, fighting, S5; John Cyr, drunk,
$10; Andrew Johnson, drunk, $5.
Total amount forfeited $0.
If a tablespoonful of kerosene is put
into four quarts of tepid water, and
this used in washing windows and mir
rors, instead ot pure -water, there will
remain on the surface a polish no
amount of mere friction can give. If
a flannel cloth dipped in kerosene,
then wrung dry, bo used rn rubbing
off dirty finger marks from paint, the
grateful housewife will repeat the ex
periment often. For white spots left
upon polished furniture by scalding
water, tea or coffee, rub hard with
kerosene, then polish with dry, soft
A nickel-in-the-slot machine in Bos
ton confronts tho equestrian who
alights at the sidewalk with the legend,
written across its frent: "Drop a nickel
iaihe slot and Til hold your horse."
'-He pats in tho nickel and tho iron
-lands ttsolasp, the bridle rein is
llfosped into them and they close
3tgain. There you are. The horse is
tfeeM. The rider goes off about his
bwrnnofln. In half an hour he returns.
ftjere is the machine and there is the
horse. But the first legend has disap-
- Reared, and in its place is tho inscrip
tion in characters of living light: "Give
me a quarter and Pll let him go."
'It Is a fact," that Hood's Sarsaparilla
-does care scrofula, salt rheum, and other
diseases or affections arising from im
pure state or low condition of the blood,
(Overcomes the tired feeling, creates a
rgeod appetite, and gives strength to
every part of the system. Try it
committee, from the city council and
appointed a conference committee,
three from each ward, and that that
committee expected to meet and take
A communication was read from
senator Jno. H. Mitchell, acknowledg
ing receipt ot request for free delivery
and pledging earnest effort on his
W. Robinson, general manager
Spokane Falls' Industrial association
wrote asking Astoria's citizens to meet
and appoint a competent and energetic
commissioner to represent Clatsop
count at the October meetiug of the
Spokane Falls' Industrial association.
Communication received and filed.
M F. Harrington wrote from Neil,
Nebraska, asking for descriptive
pamphlets, etc., referred to G. Win-onte.
The Baltimore Journal of Com-1
merte wrote to 'Astoria, Washing
ton," proffering an advertisement at
card rates: referred to J. F. Hallorau.
T. S. Lang, of the bureau of statis
tics, wrote acknowledging receipt of
jeport stating that it wa3 tho best of
all that he had received, and express
ing his intention of using it
H. Sengstacker, of Marshfield, vOr.,
wrote acknowledging compliance
with his request for copy of by-laws,
The bill of C. L. Parker for SoO for
ten months rent to Juno 30, 1890, was
ordered pa-d. The bill of C. N. Mil
ler, for S50 for page advertisement in
"Resources of Oregon and "Washing
ton,' was ordered paid.
Mayor Crosby brought up the mat
ter oE transportation between here and
Fort Canby. It had como to his
knowledge that the quarter-master
general had ordered the discontinuance
of the contract for transportation be
tween the two places, after Jnly 1st,
'90, and proper reprsentations should
be made to induce the proper authori
ties to rescind that order. He moved
that a committee of thicobe up"ointed
to take immediate action oa tnat mat
ter: carried. The chair appointed as
such committee, M. C. Crosby, B. Van
Dusen and H. C. Thompson.
Capt Gray introduced Mr. Stoaer,
of Nehalem, who had petitions signed
by residents and others, asking that
immediate steps ba taken to cause the
surveying of township G N., 1L 7 W.,
Willamette meridian. M. C. Crosby
suggested that other unsurveyed land
in this county be also included. Capt
Gray thought that it was better to
specify the particular tract in-as-much
as there wero many settlers there who
needed the immediate benefit conferred
by such survey. The township in
question is 20 mile3 southwest of the
city between Nehalem and Klaskanine :
the township lino of township 8 having
been already surveyed, all that would
be necessary would bo the running of
the section lines iu tho township the
survey of which is asked in the ieti-
tion. On motion, tho secretary was
instructed to endorse tho petition with
tho seal of tho chamber.
M C. Crosby moved tliat the cham
ber petition the state surveyor general
to make effort to have all unsurveyed
Clatsop county lands summed; earned.
President Bowlby brought up the
proposition of J.W.Stengele to havo the
chamber procure 5,000 or less of his
bird's-eyo view of Astoria for general
distribution. Tho question was de
bated by nearly all the members pres
ent Capt Gray thought that it was
time for others besides real estate men
to aid In advertising tho city. B. Van
Dusen suggested that effort be mide
to raise sufficient to buy tho stated
number of these views. In connec
tion with this matter, Capt Gray
thought that the membership ot tho
chamber should be largely increased,
so as to increase the sphere of its use
fulness. We should havo larger mem
bership; in place ot only 35 or 4.0, there
should bo 250, composed of business
men with a desire to advance onr busi
W. H. Smith'moved lint a commit
tee of five be appointed to solicit
membership. M. C. Crosby moved to
amend by constituting every member
a committee of one for that purpose;
Regarding the commi-sion ot en
gineers who are abont io establish
harbor lines, M. C. Crosby said that
he had a communication from Col.
Mendell. The commiion was com
posed of Col. Mendell, Major Hand
bury and Lieut Symons. Major
Handbury had sent him a map of the
city, to have the streets running north
and south marked thereon. This was
now being done by the city surveyor.
When the map was completed it
would be sent back to the U. S. en
gineer's commission, and those three
gentlemen would then come down
here and begin the work of setting the
lines of the harbor in accordance with
the actof congress passed August 11th,
B. Van Dusen brought up the mat
ter of water frontage, which was dis
cussed without arriving at any definite
In this connection Capt Gray sug
gested that the next legislature should
pass a law making it obligatory on all
parties laying out tracts of land to
leave from 30 to GO feet for a street
between that and any adjacent tract
President Bowlby brought up the
matter of transportation between here
andWestport and Cathlamet M. C.
Crosby spoke of the necessity for ex
pediting the present system of travel
between nere ana bourn .bend ana
Gray's harbor. The new mail con
tractor there is going to do all he can
in the matter and if proper effort is
made here the route can bo so ar
ranged that the round trip can be
made between Astoria and South
Bend in one day and between Astoria
and Gray's harbor in two days.
Capt Gray directed attention to the
fact that few boats were owned in As As
eoria: tho boats doing most of the
freight and passenger traffic are
owned elsewhere: it would be better
for the city's interest, every way, if As
toria merchants owned boats plying
to adjacent points and create and
maintain material commercial rela
M. J. Kinney and B. Van Dusen
spoke of the railroad bridge across
Youngs river, eta, n motion by u.
"Wingate that the chair appoint a
committee to interview Astoria mer
chants regarding the building of
steamboats for transportation pur
poses, was favorably entertained, nnd
the chair appointed as such com
mittee Messrs. Gray, Van Dusen and
Wingate. The chamber then adjourned.
Page. Commissioners J. G. Nuren
berg and Robert Carrn there were
present, as well as clerk Trenchard
and sheriff Smith, and court was
opened at 11 o'clock a. m.
The bonds of the officers were pre
sented und approved as follews:
C. J. Trenchard, county clerk, bond,
S10.000; sureties John Hobson,
Gabriel Wingate, C. H. Cooper and H.
II. A. Smith, sheriff, bond $10,000;
sureties Isaac Bergman, John Hob
sou, Theodore Brackcr and William
Martin Foard, treasurer, bond,
$15,000; sureties James W. Welch,
Milton Elliott, C.W. Fulton and I.
Frank H. Surprenant, coroner,
bond $3,000; sureties A. J. Megler
nnd A. V. Allen.
A. A. Cleveland, justice of the peace,
bond, $1,000; sureties Theodore
Bracker and Isaac Bergman.
Fred Oberg, constable, bond, $1,000;
sureties Isaac Bergman and August
The report of viewers on a road, as
prayed for by D. K. Warren, etal.
i was read ana xaia over ior secona
The election bills were ordered
The hearing on the petition of L. N.
Mitchell et al, was laid over till Tues
day. The petition of A. Hamilton and G.
J. Wilson for liquor license for three
months from July 7, was presented,
and they having paid $100 into court,
the license was ordered granted.
Petition ot T. Driscoll for rebate of
taxes was read and upon examination
it was found that the property has
been sold for taxes, and tho clerk was
ordered to write to him concerning
A petition was presented from the
clerk, sheriff and recorder, asking tho
appointment of a janitor for the court
house building, which was laid over
Tho clerk was directed to draw
warrants for John W. Welch and hold
them until taxes are paid.
The sheriff was allowed until Tues
day, tho 8th instant, to make settle
ment on the delinquent tax roll
Tho court then adjourned to Tues
day, July 8th, at 10 o'clock, a. sr.
SONS OF VETERANS.
Wiere tie Cost of Carrying Exceeds
THE 2HA.X GETS XT AT.T, FliEE.
Organization or a Camp Last Eveninc.
In Odd Fellows hall last night a
number of members of the G. A. R.
and sons of Union soldiers of the late
war, assembled for tho purpose of
effecting an organization.
Adjutant Melvin of Phil Sheridan
camp ot East Portland presided, nnd
was assisted bv comrades C. A. May,
Rawlings, G. C. Hall, Thomas Dealy
and E. A. Weed ot the G. A. R.
Twelve recruits were mustered and
dishing Camp. No. 13, Sous of Veter
ans, Division of Oregon, was organized.
The officers are as follews: C. J.
Curtis, captain; B. S. Worsley, first
lieutenant; L. E. Gillet, second lieu
tenant; M. F. Hardest, first sergeant;
Dr. O. B. Estes, quartermaster
sergeant; R. A. Brodie, color sergeant;
Thomas G. Rawling3, principal musi
cian: J. F. Gardner, camp guard; R.
H. Fox, picket guard; C. W. Fulton,
J. F. Gardner and R. A. Brodie, camp
The regular meetings will bo on the
second and fourth Monday of each
month, and at the next meetiug there
are a number of recruits to be mustered
as charter members.
"I know at least one man in this
country who is nble to live cheaply
and get paid for doing it, all because
he lives where the cost of getting his
food, fuel and light to him is more than
tho original cost of tho supplies them
selves," said the captain of a schooner
in the coastwise trade. It seem3
queer that a man can get along more
economically on account of the high
cost of getting his supplies to his
home than he could if the cost were
less, don't it? But it's a fact."
"This man's nearest market is 20
miles from where ho lives, and a ton
of coal will cost him $S in that market
It it costs him no more than $8 to lay
that ton of coal in this man's bin ho
would have to pay for both coal and
deliver., and the ton would stand him
in $1G. The same in proportion with
his beef nnd his pork and his potatoes
and his flour and his oil. But just
becauso it costs iu the neighborhood
of $10 a ton to carry his coal from the
yard to his bin, and corresponding
pricefj for his other supplies, ho gets
the whole business for nothing. His
flour ho gets free, and his feed, and
his beef nnd his pork and his potatoes
and his oil as well as his coal. The
entire outfit don't cost him a cent
from one year's end to the other, and
he gets $1000 a year for staying
where he is and receiving the annual
"It will be queer now if you are not
thinking to yonrself that this man I
am speaking of has a soft snap. Well,
maybe he ha3. He is a lighthouse
keeper. Ho lives on Tillamook rock.
Few sea-going vessels can get within
a quarter ot a mile ot ms nome.
Few loaded boats can reach his abid
ing place in safety. To get a ton of
coal to his bin, which is perched on
the rocks above high-water mark, it
must be shipped from Astoria to as
near tho lighthouse as the vessel dare
approach. The coal is in bag:, and
these are sent on the rock by a derrick.
The other bulky supplies are delivered
to the Tillamook lightkeeper in the
same manner, and the government
pavs ihe expense. Ma be he has a soft
snap, but I'd rather be on my vessel, J
tossing ana pucuing upon me Heaviest
sea that his light ever shone out upon
than to be firmly grounded on Tilla
mook rock as ho is. Wouldn't you?
"But this man isn't the only one the
government supplies with free coal,
light and rations at its lighthouses
Whenever the keepers are located at
stations where the cost of carriage ex
ceeds tho cost of supplies they are pro
vided free; but where the cost of de
livery does not exceed the price ot tuo
goods, the keeper is compelled to pay
for both. That's a queer rule, but
government has many a queer way of
doing things. At all the barren rocks
along the Oregon and California coast
the keepers have even to bo supplied
with fresh water from points on tho
main land. They collect a great deal
from rains in cisterns and tanks, but
in most cases it is not sufficient for the
needs of the keepers, and the supply
from abroad must be regularly taken
to them, no matter what the cost or
the difficulties are in getting it there."
A. O. U. W. PHOGRAMJIE.
REAL " ESTATE TRANSFERS. JULY 7.
As Filed in The County Recorder's Office
Columbia Investment Co. to
Celia Cohan, lots 10, 11
and 12, blk 2, Columbia. . . $ 210
Leinenweber & Goodenough
to Mrs. R. Sanders, lot 2,
J. C. Dement and wifo to
Jacob Wolf, lots 1 and 2,
blk 30, Dement's. 115
H. C. Thompson and wife to
D. A. Donelson, blk 4,
Laurel Park -100
W. L. Uhlenhart and wife to
Albert Dunbar, lots 14,15
andlG, subdivision 2, blk
Annie and Wm. Reidt to S.
S. Collins, blk 87, Rose
E. P. Thompson to Michael
McCarron, lot 13, blk V,
John Hanssen to Caroline
Hanssen, S. E. i of S. E.
if sec. 15,T.8N.,R.8W. 1
C. Y. Shively and wife to
Charles Carlson, part of
lot 11, blk 12, Shively's. . . 300
W. L. Robb and wife to F.
E. Wilkes, lot 2, blk 7,
East Astoria 100
A. E. Hanford to C. R.
Thomson, lot "8, blk 33,
Maxwell Young and wife to
James Kearney, lots 11
aud 12, blk 1, Alderbrook. 1G0
E. P. Thompson to James
Reilly, lot 12, blk 11, War
Alfred Ivinnev and wife to P.
McAllister, lot 5. blk 72,
Alfred liinnev and wife, to
T. Dunn, lot G. blk 72,
Young's River Cemetery as
sociation to Minerva Mc
Mullen, lot 2, blk 14,
Young's River cemetery, . . 5
Young's RJver Cemetery as
sociation to Dan Gamble,
lot 4, blk 14, Young's
River cemetery 5
Previously reported this
Total to date. w $1,1S7,119
per Pair, to
Just Received at Tfcte
Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House of the City
, I! COOPER'S
517 and 521 Third St
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Twelfth Day of Jane Term, Hoiilay. .Inly
A Death Blow to Boots and Shoes
The popular Uoot and Shoe Store, Xo. 527 Third St., opposite 'Tionecr" office,
Has opened an extra stock of Fine Shoes for Ladies. Misses, Children and Men's Avear. consisting of the principal"
Eeastern Manufacturers: Ileywood & Co., (Worcester. Mass.): Faunce & Spinney,(liynn, Mass.); John Strootman, TZvd
falo, X. Y.; March- & CIc., New York C ty ; Curley & Ushers, Xcwport, Mass, and an Extnl Line of California Goods.
JELm DB l-017tr17 C&5 Oo, -Astoria, Oregon.
Clear an c
The court opened at 10 o'clock a. ir.
Judge Taylor and the officers of the
court all present.
.7. J. btokC3 vs. William 13rowii;
judgment for tho defendant.
Samuel Elmore vs. E. J. Ford, et al;
judgment against defendants Peter
son and Hanson; as to tho other de
A. Kuapp vs. J. G. Trnllinger; order
issued to take more testimony.
George "W. Bell, a nativo of Great
Britain was duly admitted to citizen
ship. Board of state land commissioners
vs. AYilliam AYadham3, et al; decree
and judgment for plaintiff.
MaryR. Adair et alv3.B. A. Owens
Adair; plaintiff stands on complaint.
E. P. Parker vs. O. R. Thomson and
George Noland; order was made re
scinding all orders heretofore made as
to time, and left to referee to fix time
of taking testimony.
The court then adjonrued till 1:30
i jr.. Tuesday, July Sth.
PasscnsPJ""' to Portland.
C'l FVi L ' B l r JriH
A Snap in Real Estate.
UK Acres, close to riwr and street car line. Only $300 per acre, for a feTS days
only. 5,000 can he made on this property within three raontlis.
lllFiii)(TO,m Mt WMfomfim&k
ijsy!y) gyiv307 vLWy l?sg2livyysSiS'vy
Odd Fellows' Buildinj
?, - - ASTORIA, OR
Forllip Retention ofGr.m.1 L'ulpcc Delegates.
Mm. W. II. Barry, wife of chief
Barry, returned yesterdny on the
steamer Alliance from a visit of near
ly two monllis to her sister on Gr.xy's
Imrhnr. brill erinir with her the little
..... -y ,- r.
Sister Ju'iiw, lister superior at St.
Mary's lunpita', win has been here
for eiirht ears, starts for Spokane
Palls lids morning, where she will
take charge of I lie sister's hospital.
Her successor will be sister Mary
Louis, or Helna, Montana.
Albert Dunbar has been appointed
by his brother as deputy recorder of
She Got It. A Sample of tot
ters Dally KecclACtl.
Only those w ho ha e tried it can know
v;hat it is that prompts one to send 1,500
miles for it to get it again. Here is another
of many such instances:
Dear Sins: I send ?5, for which please re
turn a half dozen of jour vegetable sarsapa
rilla. I have mo.cd here from Sierra City,
CaL I took three bottles before leaving,
hence I send all the wny back to California
for more. It was Just before I left SIcrro
City, about a j car ago, that I began to feel
very miserable. Mytkln was very yellow,
and I was all pains and aches, especially un
der my shoulders and in my head. The doc
tor aid it ivas my liver, and ga e me some
medicine which relieved mo somewhat
One of my neighbors happened in and told
me she had started to take Joy's Vegetable
Sarsaparilla, aud advfced me to try it. I did.
and with such good effect that 1 now feel
like a new being. I have persuaded one of
my neighbors here to take it, so part of this
is for her and part for myself.
MRS. GEO. DELBRIDGE,
Butte City, Montana.
The reader, who has not tried it, has no
idea what tho vegetable juices in this remedy
will do for disordered systems.
The delegates to tho grand lodco of
Oregon and Washington, A. O. U. ,
will arrive in this city at liW r. sr. to
day. Thov will bo met at the dock
and escorted to tho opera house by tho
following reception committee, of .Sea
side ledge: M. C. Crosby, Jay Tattle, C.
W. Falton, N. W. Tallnnt, J. II. D. Gray,
J. W. Welch, J. Q. A. llowlby, S. lilmore,
Martin Foard, John Enberg, J. O. llnn
thoru, J. W. Conn, C. W. Stone, (i. Win
gate, Geo. McLean, John JJrvcc, F. W.
Newell. P. J. Goodman, C. P. Upshnr, J.
E. LaForco, LennderLebeck, L. 11. Selig,
Fred Wright, Willinni Kelly, Sam. Frie
raan, William Dencb. U. Gallagher, L.
Hartwig, 11. F. Tackor. A. Krori
quist, I. L. Osgood. Fred WicKinnn, W.
L. McCroskj. O. Johnson, August Nor
burg. Herman Wise, G. W. Wood. John
W. Welch, M-ix Skibbe. II. Sjiellinier, S.
T. McKonn, G. II. Palmer, Herman
Prael. Charles lJornstedt, And row Ander
son, Z. Anliusin. Charles Larccn. W. T.
Chutter, S. R Crow, R Sttem. P.tt
O'Hara. Dr. O. 15. Estes, Junes FJvnn,
K It. Marion, llev. V. S. Short, John
On arriving at tho oper.t house, tho
committee on rooms will we that the
delegates are assigned to their quarter-,
and they will be directed or escorted to
their several places or rooms.
In tho evening nil tho members of the
order in tho city, including tho visiting
brethren, will meet at tho opera hone at
0 p. m. for the street ptrade.Dr. J. Tattle
marshal, after which they will retnni to
the opera houso for tho following exer
cises: Opening overture by the erchestra:
tableau'-Motto of the A.O.U.W..,,Charit,
Hope and Protection repiesented by the
Misses Gussie Grav, Ehzi McKenn nnd
Daisy Stockten: remarks in. connection
with the tableau by brother C. W. Falton; I
song by Miss Jennie Honghton of Seattle; I
address of welcome by brother .L. A. j
Weed of Seaside lodge; song by Master i
Terrv McKean; response on behalf of the
The following is the list of passen
gers having rooms, who went up tho
river last night on the steamer Tele Tele
W. 13. I3crg, R. Hoyt. R. O. Brooks,
W. B. Itoss, Mrs. Skidmore, .T. H.
Snltifi", Mr (Jreighton, Joseph .Tones
and wife, A. II. West, T. R. Jacobs, A.
B. Edce, J. Bum, P. C. Sharp, Z. N.
Haggards, Mrs. Poole, Mrs. Bobbins,
C. W. Carnahan and wife, J. Meyer,
J. Davis and wife, "NV. E. Gilbert and
wife, L, A. Bliss, K. Elliot, W.AVing,
M. Wise, L. B. Dutch, W. G. Monroe,
O. S. Brown. J. Mahcu, P. Cadu, C.
Ericksou, P. Jones, L. Martin.
The tide tables for the Pacific coast
of the "United States, together with
121 stations in Lower California,
British Columbia and Alaska territory,
for Ihe year 1S91, published by the
TJ. S. cojist and geodetic survey,- are
now icady for issue, aud copies can be
obtained "at Ihe agencies of tho survey
in this city, or by addressing the
ofliceat Washington. Price twenty
Fine Ties. 3 for II
Makes many people miserable, and often
leads to .self-destruction. Distress after
eating, sour stomach, sick headache, heart
burn, loss ot appetite, a faint, "all gone"
f eelinjj, bad taste, coated tongue, and irrcg
A . ularity of the bowels, are
DlScfGSS the more common symp
AftGt toms. Dyspepsia does not
, , . cct ucll of itself. It re-
Eating quires careful, persistent
attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsa
rarllla. which acts cently vet efficiently.
grand lodge by grand master workmau ( it tones the stomach and other organs,
T. A. Stephens; song, by l'rdie Wmton; . regulates the digestion, creates a good ap-
Fruit jars and jelly glasses at Thomp
son & Itoss'.
Delicious Ice Cream
Served daily at the Columbia bakery.
Just arrived some Star Whittaker
hams at Thompson & Jtoss'.
A. O. U. W. Rolice.
Member of Seaside Lodge No. 12. are
requested to meet at the opera house at
Mia sharp this evening.
Uv order A. Jonxsox, Foreman.
Drink Knickerbocker bottled beer.
Go to the Columbia bakery ice cream
parlors and try a dish of their fn-e ice
AttheSunnv Side saloon. Furnished
rooms up stairs.
Go to the Columbia bakery for an
kinds of cakes.
Kooms Witk Board.
Parlies desiring comfortable rooms
with board, at reasonable rates, can be
accommodated at Mrs.E- C. Ilolden's,
corner Main and Fourth streets. 9
address by grand foreman brother Daly;
song, oy unssio uraj r; music uy iuu or
chestra; address by past grand master
workman E. L. Smith; song, Auld Lang
Syne." The audience aro requested to
join in singing.
On Friday evening, tho 11th inst., a
grand ball will be given in honor of tho
visitors, which will tako place at tho op
era house, which will be free, but no ono
will be admitted except members of tho
A. O. D W. their families and tueir lauy
friends, as that will bo sufficient to fill
tho hall. The committee for the ball
will be: C. J. Trenchard, J. S. Carlson,
John Fox, P. W. Weeks, W. A. Sherman.
The committeo on decorations consists
of H. A. Smith, F. W. Keen, T. B. Lough
ery, Martin Olsen, C. J. Cartis, and G. W.
Daring the visit of the delegates in this
city, tho members of Seasi.do iodgo intend
to show them every courtesy possible,
and will endeavor to make their visit so
agreeable that it will long bo remembered
Chas. H. Stocktox, )
Adolpii Jouxsox, Com.
Thomas Dealet J
Good Goods and low rates at the Sea
Tho latest stylo or Gents' Boots and
Shoes at P. J. Goodman & Co.'s.
TIic Pulpit and the Stage.
llev. 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 look
five bottles of Dr. King's New Discov
ery and am sound and well, gaining 2G
lbs. in weight."
Arthur Love, manager Love's Funny
Folks Combination, writes: "After a
thorough trial and convincing evidence
I am confident Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption heats 'em all, and
cures when everything else fails. The
greatest kindness I can do my many
thousand friends is to urge them to try
it" Free trial bottles at J. W. Conn's
drug ston1. Regular sizes 50c and 1.
appetite, and, by thus Sick
overcoming the local . .
symptoms, cures the HOaCiaCnO
headache, and refreshes the tired mind.
"1 have been troubled with dyspepsia.
1 had but httlc appetite, and what I did
u- rf cat distressed me, or did
", art" me little good. After eat
O U m injr i would experience a
fainlncfs, or tired, all-gone feeling, as
though I had not eaten an thing. My
trouble, I think, was aggravated by my
business, painting, and from being more or
lessslmtupinaroom with Soul
frcih paint. Last spring e. u
Itook Hood's Sarsaparilla StOITiaCn
and It did inc an immense amount of good.
It gave me an appetite, and my food rel
ished and satisfied the craving I had pre
viously experienced." Geokoe A. Tage,
X. B. If you decide to take Ilood's Sar,
saparilla do not be induced tobuy any other.
Sold by druggists, gl; slxforg5. Prcparcdbj
C. I. HOOD & CO., ApothccariC3,Ixncn,M.iS3,
lOO Doses One Dollar
See My Windews: Cull
In and Save
The Live Clothier and Hatter.
In the Occident Hotel Bl'd'g.
in Case's Astoria Are if on Sale
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Eeal Estate Co.
PRICES FKOM 8150 TO $250 EACH.
TERMS One-Half Cash ; the Ualance in Six and Twelve JTonths.
Is ihe Choice of the Connoisseur.
Superior Facilities for Shipping in Car Load Lots.
Orders for any quantity to be directed to
H. WEIMAED, Portland, Oregon.
Corner TwclftU :nul St.
J? O. Bex 405.
OPPOSITE TELEPHONE LANDING.
Is Mow Open,
7 I. M.
AViltiil.iy Selections from 113) till 'J, ai.d from 5-3elill
Private Entrance for Ladies.
I have this day sold to W. L. Holms,
my interest In store Gv) Third street.
Thanking the public for past favors
and soliciting the same for my suc
cesor. Febd Ferrcll.
L. R. Abercrombio, Prop.
Finest and Most Convenient
Every Eoom Newly Purnished.
Private Eooms for Pamilies.
Transient Custom Solicited.
The only Abercrombie Ilotel at Seaside,
The Oregon Bakery
A. A. CLEVELAND, Prop'r.
M Bread,- Cale an! Pastry
None but the Best Materials Used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers
Bread delivered tn any part of the city.
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ililHFIT - RpQfniiranfi'
W W, W3E2;EEir, S3aOE-
EsTEnlargeil anil Refitted to ATeefc the Popnlar Demand.J
N THE CITY;
Shoalwater Bay and Eastern Oysters.
Private Rooms For Dinner Parties, Etc.
MEXLS COOKED TO ORDER.
We lead, others fol-
Oregon Bakery, and judge for yourself.
Talk Is chean.
low. Try the homo made bread at the
For a good Clean Itooni, go to the
Main Street House.
For the very best Photos, go to Sinister.
Ice cream at JelFs new restaurant.
All the Choicest Delicacies, made by
only first-class men at the Seaside
Eemcmber the Austin houso at the
Seaside is open the year 'round.
J. B. Wyatt,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, BrlRht Varnish, Binaclo Oil,
Cotton Canvas Hemp Sail Twine,
Lard Oil, "Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Agricultural Implements, Sewing
Machines, faints, Oils,
AN ENERGETIC MAN WANTED TO
push our manufactures on this cround.
One of our agents earned 5,200 in '89. Ad
dress, P. O. Box 1371 , New York,
The Oreaon Land Co.
Where Property Is Left For Sal
Corner Third and Olney Sts-,
For Desirable Acreage
Or INSIDE PROPERTY.
Call on or Address
SECOND ST., Near Postodlcc. -
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