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The Astokiax guarantees- to its adver
tisers I he largest circulation of any newspa
n?r published on the Columbia river.
Summer travel to the Seaside h in
creasing. Tbere will be an
inquest on the i
boJv of Geo. "Wade to dav
A cannery at Salem is putting up
G,000 cans of i)eas per clay.
W. V. Sachet t gets $400 for inform
ing on the steamer WallusJii.
The railroad bridge across Necan- J
icuin creek will be finished to-morrow, j
Sevenil young married folks will I
have a pleasant dance at Liberty hall
The .1 nne term, of the circuit court
closed yesterday, and the court ad
journed sine die.
Warren & Wriirht have fiffv fine i
lots for sale in Grimes' grove, well
located, bee them about it
J. W. Kobinson was brought down
from a Wcstport logging camp with
his foot badly cut, last evening.
Judge Deady has ordered $300 paid
to A. Ii. Porter for information given
to the custom honso officers which led
to the seizure of 230 five tael cans of
A power of attorney was yesterday
filed for record, by which Mary J.
lieu authorizes George W. Bell to sell
for her any andjdl lands she may own
It looked like rain when the Pres
byterian excursion was about to start
yesterday. "Tho wind is from the
northwest; we'll havo a fine day,"
Baid Hon. .Tuo. Hobsou, "let us go."
He was a true prophet
Judge Jewelt yesterday in the po
lice court had four cases. They were
Mongolian vegetable peddlers charged
with obstructing the street, and were
fined $10 each, for want of which they
were committed to the city jail.
A fine party will be given at Lib
erty hall this evening in honor of Ad
miral Upshur, of the United States
Navy, who is here on a visit to his
son.C P. Upshur. It will bo a select
social, attended by some of the best
The libeling of several passenger
steamers in this vicinity results in the
placing of sundry advertisements in
the Oreyonian; the Harvest Queen,
H. Q. Iked, Wallu-ski, Qen. Uanby
and Lilt tan are advertised by the
United States niurshal.
Iu removing some of tho old furni
ture and distribution boxes in the
postoflictf yesterday, postmaster Hare
came across a package of about forty
letters addressed to parties iu Seaside,
which were mailed in August, 1887,
aud had never reached their destina
tion. The New York Etcniny Sun, of
the 10th inst, has nearly a page de
voted to Astoria. Several letters have
already been received here, the most
of them from young meu who labor
under the idea that there are several
good situations here awaiting appli
cants. At a meeting last Wednesday qf the
Portland federated trades assembly, u
proposition of tho Columbia Fisher
men's Union, numbering 1,500 mem
bers, asking incorporation with tho
federated trades, was received and
favorably acted upon, and tho presi
dent was instructed to confer with tho
fishermen's union as to tho number of
delegates that .union was entitled to
in the trades assembly.
Seven years have rolled away since
the salvation army was introduced on
the Pacific coast, and the members in
this city will celebrate the event in
one of their peculiar programs. Sat
urday evemug they have a jubilee: I -
Sunday morning at 7 o'clock a short j A forfeit of $500 to any charitable
chop, a holiness meeting at 11, a free institution or hospital in Oregon is
and easy at 3 and Avar memories at 8 offered by Fred T. Merrill, manager
fc, m. Adjutant Parker and wife, of of tho Steen-Abbott-Merrill combina
Pqrtland," and several qlher prominent tion, if the Steens, iho appear at the
warriors will be present J opera house to-morrow evening, can-
Two women and a man last evening
talked, sang aud prayed at the corner
of Third and Genevieve streets. They
wanted everybody to be saved, but did
not manifest much Christian charity,
for tliev denounced tho ministers,
ridiculed the prido of the W. 0. T. U.,
and said halt the Salvation Army
people were hypocrites. One must
infer that they were tho only good
people. They went up the river last
evening, leaviug Astoria in its wicked
ness. H. F. Sloan, a real estate dealer and
hotel keeper of Gray's Harbor, has
jumped the country and left a number
of mourning creditors to get what
consolation they can out of his few
remaining effects. Sloan was last seen
at IJoquiatn on Juy 4th, an4 it is sup-
8 used ' hp wont to tlje Sating and
jence to British Columbia or to Cali
fornia. Sloan collected together as
much monev as he could get, by some
supposed to be $5,000 or $0,000, before
Postmaster Hare has been making
Mnne radical changes iu tho boxes for
distribution of mails to surrounding
towns, which will expediato the work
very materially. He now sends separ
ate sacks to most of the towns from
Bwaco to South Bend, which will bo
a great accommodation toall those
offices, and prevent the delay of mail
as heretofore, when it went throngh
in one sack, and each postmaster had
to overhaul tho whole, to pick out the
mail for his office.
Tho picnic of the Presbyterian peo
ple at Seaside yesterday was very
pleasant and successful. There were
about 125 persons who went from here
qn the steamer Electric and a barge
iq'wed bv the steamer to Young's bay,
TFhere the train met thein. and at 11
o'clock the- arrived at Grimes. Five
hours were spent in tho grove, at
lunch, in games, on the beach and in
the water making a delightful day
tor the participants, who returned to
this city about 6 p. j.
Astraclian apples, ripe tomatoes and
cucumbers at Thompson & ltbss'.
Dnnk Knickerbocker bottled beer.
SHOT IN THE STOMACH.
STsLTJl.V EXTS OF ALL J'AllTIES.
Oscar Delgarde shot Geo. "Wade in
the abdomen with a No. 38 revolver in
Dament & Sinnetfs saloon on Water
street at 7:15 last evening.
The wounded man was carried to
the hospital. He died at 9:23 last
night The man who did the shooting
was promptly arrested by officer Heu
drickson and locked up.
The particulars are as follews:
Sinnett, one of the proprietors of
saloon said: "1 was sitting there,"
(pointing to a table near tue oarj "talk
ing to a friend, when the man who
was shot, and whose name I don't
know, came in and sat down near by.
About ten minutes after another fel
low dressed in a light suit of clothes,
came in and as he did the one with
the big mustache, who was sitting
there, jumped up and said, 'give mo
them 2 now.' As he said that they
both clinched, and backed and strug-
gted toward the door. I heard a shot '
hred: one of them started out the ;
uoor, the oilier, tue man who uau
come in first, started for the back part
of the roem: then he turned and cainc
back and said, 'that fellow has shot m
in the bellv.' I thought he w,-is fool-
r.12 and asked him, he said, 'yes, I'm
shot.' Then 1 run to the door aud
said 'arrest that man.' Officer Hen-
dricksou was close by and caught tho
fellew: then I called in assistance raid
had the wounded man helped to the
hospital. That s all 1 know about it.
The wrmnded man was the next one
! interviewed. He was lying naked on
his back writhing in agony. There
was a round hole about an inch to the
left of the navel. Officer Beasley was
helping Dr. J. A Fulton, who was
busy giving what relief he- could.
The man said: "Mv name is Geo.
Wade, and I am going to die, goiug to
die. Doctor, for Christ's sake, give
me somethiiiL' that'll kill me. I'm
going to die. We had a row about a
little inoney, and now I'm shot and
I'm going fo die."
It looked very much as though he
was telling the truth. The doctor
probed for the bullet aud found that
it had gone in clear through, aud
"What are his chances, doctor?'
asked the reporter. The doctor shook
his head ominously. "I don't think
he'll live," ho said finallv. It looked I
as though his case was a desperate
one, but the doctor was bandaging
him and telling him to lie as si ill as
"I don't know the name of the man
that shot me," said Wade to the re
porter, as he turned with a groan and
again asked for something to put him
out of his misery. This was at eight j
The man who did the shooting was
next seen. He was peering through
the little square opening in tho iron
door of his cell.
"Pll tell you all about it," said he.
"Pm awful sorry it happened. I did
not mean to kill him. How is he?"
He was assured that Wade was rest
ing easv. He was all right.
"I'm'glad of that" said he. "I don't
even know his name. Me and him
j played seven up last night; I didn't
like his game; ho was always nlannnig
more points than he made. We was
playing for a dollar a game. At last,
when I was a couple of games ahead,
he said he could lick me. and 1 got
out as quick as I could. Later in tho
evening I met a friend of mine named
Charley Meyers; he said he'd been
stood up for $18, and that I w;is likely
to be, too; so I went and borrowed a
gun; that's the first time in my life 1
ever packed a gun, and I wouldn't
then, but 1 was afraid them fellows
would lay for inc.
"This evening, withont thinking of
anything in particular, I walked into
Dament & Sinnett's saloon, and that
fellow jumped me the minute 1 got in
side the dqqr. He insisted I'd beat
him. out Qt $2 and grabbed me. I'm
afraid of being thumped, for I have
consumption, and a little makes me
bleed at the lungs. I backed away
from him. aud thonsht I saw some
thing shine, and tho gun went off.
Whore did it hit hnnr
Then ho askod for some one to bring
him his bottle of couch medicine, and
! he was given a mattress and a blanket
for the night
Wade died at 930 last night The
entry in the police register is "Oscar
Delgarde; murder." He will have his
preliminary examination to-daj
j not duplicate by human agency any
an! all things done by Spiritualist
mediums claiming to be done by su
pernatural power. All the spiritualist
manifestations Prof, Steon performs
and calls them tricks, by their right
name. One of tho leading attrac
tions, 'of their entertainment is the
wonderful magician, Master Eddie
Abbott, only six years of age, who has
been such a great favorite in the cast
One lady was so infatuated and
charmed that she followed them for
weeks, and finally rau off with the
Yesterday morning as the Electric
and barge arrived at the railroad pier
iu Young's bay, the barge struck one
of the loose piles so hard that it was
pushed over, pulled p and thrqwn
across the inclined way. Fqrtunatolv
no one w'as injured, only the guard
rau ol me uargu uuumu uamageu
Hon.M. C. Crosby, Mayor of Asteria:
Dear Sir: With pleasure i extend lo
yourself and fainilytliis public invita
tion to attend the Moral, Scientific, In
structive, Amusing and Wonderful
Entertainment of the Steen-Abbott-Merrill
combination at Hoss' opera
house to-morrow night. A bo is at
his own signature, pronounces Master
Eddie Abbott a phenomenon and a
wonder of the 19th century.
If you will accept I w 11 promise you
a raro treat, and one long to be remem
bered. Your obedient servant,
Fred T. Meuuii.i,,
Whosays they can't find any nice fruit
in town I Call on Thompson &, Koss
and see their assortment of fine Qregon
peaches in bocs and; baskets; also
peach plums, haqana'j, apples, pears,
ctc etc of every seasonable variety.
Go to the Columbia bakery for all
kinds of !.ikes.
Remember tho Austin house at the
Seaside is open the year 'round.
For fine fresh plums go to Thompson
Talk is cheap. We lead, others fol
low. Try the home made bread at the
Oregon Bakery, and judge for yourself.
VERY DIFFICULT NAVIGATION.
A rcrilons Trip From Tillamook Hock.
The surf beaten sentinels who keep
watch in the lonely light house on
Tillamook rock havo a hard time of it
Their isolation is made doubly hard
when, as at present, the Manzanita is
away. Then they are absolutely with
"With desire to bring some mail
ashore, and get a bundle of old news
papers from The Astoriak office,
keeper Peterson started last Wednes
day morning in a crazy old skiff, to
pull to Seaside ten miles away. It was
a liat Dottomeu Doar, open at tue
,tv.0 l,f 41,rt lir nna flwilf
one man could handle. All went well
till about two miles from shore, when
the waves rolled so high that the seams
began to open, the flat bottomed boat
slid up and down the hills and hol
lows of the sea, and keeper Peterson
buiuuii iuu iJiai;r uv miuu ua uv
-1 11 21. .. l. l. 1 '
"Any port in a storm.' He had
given up all hope of making Seaside,
but hoped to get inshore somewhere
utiuii; iiiu juiu ociiu mm iu u jjui c ui
the sea where light houses would be '
of no avail.
He had got within half a mile of
shore, nearing Tillamook Head, when
a wave swept him on to some jagged
rocks that crunched the ribs of his
and lie and the boat rolled over and
over, sometimes farther out, sometimes
closer in, till at last, quite beat out,
Peterson managed to get to shore, and
nulled his battered boat beyond the
reach of the breakers.
He dragged himself to a ranch close
by, dried himself, and, with the
precious mad that he had preserved
in an oiled silk sack, started for
Astoria; he got here at eleven yester-
day morning, and started last evening
for the spot where his boat is. He
proposes to repair the boat aud trnst
himself in it on a return trip to his
brother keepers on the rock, who
eagerly await his arrival.
.Life insurance meu would consider
keeper Peterson an extra hazardous
John C. Lewis is in the city.
Herman Wise has returned from
F. P. KoDdal and wife leave for
D. A Mcintosh left for Spokane
FalLs last evening.
N. W. Tallent arrived yesterday
from San Francisco.
D. H. Welch is quite ill with a se
vere attack of Bronchitis.
Miss L. Horton of Victoria, B. C.,ip
in this city, a guest of Mrs. Perrie.
Mrs. Nellie Thompson, .a former
resident of this city, is now in Port
land in very poor health.
George Tnttlo has just returned
from a visit of a week in Yictqrja, B.
C, and roporls business very lively
Mrs. aud Miss Gillespie, who have
been guest of Capt and Mrs. Howes,
went to San Francisco yesterday on
Mrs. Geo. H. Mendell and two sons,
and Capt. Hubbard were amoug the
passengers to San Francisco yesterday
by the Oregon.
Prof. Q. S. Jones and wife and Mrs.
F. E. Nickels returned from Long
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ing for their homo in Soattlc, going
up tho river on the steamer Tele
yhune. Fred T. Merrill, of Portland, mana
ger, Mrs. Martha Steen, Prof. H. J.
Abbott and master Eddie Abbott, the
young magician of the Steen-Abbott-Merrill
combination, arrived hero yes
terday morning, and will remain until
Harry Bees of Portland, a promin
ent real estate agent, came down with
his wife yesterday morning on the
Thomjteon, and went to Ilwaco on
tho PotUr. They will return here to
morrow and his wife will remain for a
few weeks visiting the family of his
brother, Dr. Bee3 qf this ojty,
A Vagrant Whirling Btjoy.
Tho Yaquina Republican relates
the following story of a vagrant whist
ling buoy, which will bo road with in
terest by all navigators who read
The Asterian: "Several months
ago the large whistling buoy
that was anchoied off the mouth
of this harbor went adrift and
stranded on the beach three miles
north of Cape Foulweather. Mayor
Case contracted with the lighthouse
department to bring the buoy to the
government wharf iu this oity. Tues
day morning he commenced moving
the eight-ton mass of unwieldly iron,
using J. S. Copeland's three yoke of
oxen as a motive power. He handled
tho buoy by rigging a bridle to two
hoops of iron., one hoop being more
than twice (ho diameter of the other.
The buoy was rolled along tho beach
and rpad without much trouble and
was landed at tho dooks last evening
a distance of oight miles in less than
two days. It was a good job, skill
Passengers to Portland.
The following is the list of passen
gers having rooms, who went up tho
river last night on the steamer Tele
phone: A. Hrilborn, A. Merrill, H. L Flood,
J. Kohn, F, M. Gilmore, J. E. Poyton
and wife, Capt J. H. D. Gray, M. E.
Morgan, J. Ash, W. W. Padlar, R. P.
Waldron, Stoltz, Dr. Mullinix, J.
Kra'cb, A. J.Cady, Corbet, J. Steiuer,
D. Nash, E. E. Bethwick, H. Hoyes,
Mrs. Bernhardt, Mrs. F. E. Nickels,
O. E. Jones, and wife, C. Knowlest H.
Gillette, J. Corbett, A. Farnor, D. A,
Mcintosh, F. Kinney, T. Hennsey," IL
E, Burns, J. McDonald, Geo. Shields,
To be Takeu With a Grain of Salt
A diver who was working at the
foundation of a railroad bridge near
Boise City. Idaho, gave a signal to be
hoisted quickly. When he got to the
surface he held fast a sixty-five pound
salmon that ho had caught by the
Toils and Pimples and other affections
arising from impure blood may appear
at this season when the blood, is healed.
Hood's SarsapariJIa removes the cause
of lhe$c troubles by purifying, vitaliz
ing and enriching the blood, and at the
same time it gives strength to the whole
Choice fresh Oregon
Thompson & Boss'.
iron froir, :mn nrnntrrwi n rin inr iia .r i.,.i..n ... .1.. ,..i 4i. n?;in.-. r :
hardy mariner. He felt no fear for the court being present. iTPonfWliiv en:
himself, but stuck to tho upset boat, J. .T. Stokes vs. P. Brewn: entrv toono.- , " SiU
AH the Choicest Delicacies, made by
only first-class men at the Seaside
Go to the San Francisco Gallerv for
the finest Photographs and Tintypes.
For a good shave go to F. Ferrell.
THE FIRKSffiN AN'D THE 3IAYOR.
A New Ordinance Drafted and Submitted.
Messrs. Fulton, "Worsley, Weeks,
Trenchard and Green, the "committee
delegated to wait on the Mayor rel
ative to the ordinance regarding the
appointment of engineers in the As
toria fire department, had a confer-'
ence with him yesterday, which re-
suueu in tue committees itraiting a
new ordinance yesterday, and submit
ting it to the Mayor.
He has not signed the one passed
by the council last Tuesday night,
but with such modifications as he mav
nnn u uiii witrruij in iiit-" i-iiiiihtii inr
see fit will present to the council for
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iiJBU.ulT""'u V WNUMUUUUJlBlt
Tuesday evening the ordinance
It differs very little from the old or
dinance relative to the same matter.
It gives the foreman of each fire com
pany the right to appoint the engin
eer. Such appointment must be con-
j i. i. " :i
In addition (and in
this lies the
only change) should the foreman at
any time neglect or refuse to dis
charge or suspend an engineer for
j cause, the council can do so.
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Sixteenth Day of the June Terra, Thursday,
The com t opened at 10 o'clock,
show the mrtv is entitled to amend.
Mary K. Adair et al vs. 13. A. O wons;
demurrer sustained, and 30 davs al-
i lowed plaintiff to amend or defendant
nlaintiff to amend or defendant
in fnl-n iiulfrpmont nf flicmienl
Harry Haslam, a native of Great
Britain who came hore a minor, was
. admitted to citizenship uuder seotion
1 2167 revised statutes of the United
, G. F. West, a native of Bucsia, was
admitted to citizenship.
A Kallnnki vs. E.Mattson aud Otto
Lundquist; confirmation of sale asked
for and argued before the court and
There being no further business on
hand, the term of the court was
closed, adjournment being had sino
MARINE NEWS AND NOTES.
The steamship LaJcmc, Capt. S. F.
Graves, arrived from Port Townsend
yesterday, with 20 cases of egus, S6
sacks of wool and 1,000 barrel of
Tho steamship Columbia, Capt. F.
Bolles, arrived from San Francisco
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freight Of the latter thero came to
this port 102 barrels of sugar, 167
cases of fruit, 519 packages of miscel
laneous freight and 767 casc3 of salm
The steamer Alliance, Capt Peter
son, came down from Portland yester-
! day and sails this morning for Gray's
harbor. She lias 18 passengers and a
miscellaneous onrgo of freight, amoug
which is an engine and planing ma-
I cliiue for a mill at Montesano, a large
furniture wagon for Jdoqumm, a lot of
railroad iron, oil in cans and barrels,
and 25 fine fat hogs.
The steamship Oreyon, Capt E.
Polemann, sailed for San Francisco j
ycsieruay wnn a goouiy nnmuer ot
passengers and a large load of freight, j
Among that from Portland were 290
sacks ot wool, 425 sacks of oats, 55Q
bundles, or Hides, i,iM) sacks ot wheat,
1,600 sapks of (jour. From hero wero
! shinned 129 iinaknoes of .snndrins. 1H0
r . . A i ...r . -. - :
sacks of oysters, 398 bundles of
and 2,379 bundles of shooks.
They Killed the l'car.
The party sent down by Major
Handbury to make a hydrographic
survey of the Columbia from Tongue
point to Cathlamethavo been working
for some time in the vicinity of Three
Tree point, and every day they no
ticed a big black bear come down to
the shore of the river to eat berries.
They concluded to have a try for the
hide of the animal, and sent dawn to
captain Brown, of tho steamer Men
dell, for s.omo ammunition suitable
for boar. The ammunition was sent,
with some joking comments in regard
to the improbability of any bears be
ing killed. The next evening after it
was received tho man who attends lo
the light at the point met the bear and
bowled for assistance, aud A. L. Up
son, who had loaded his gun for bear,
rushed out and shot the animal. The
head has been sent to this city to be
mounted, and as nothing has beer,
heard of tho hide or carcass, it is sup
posed they were blown to smither
eens. Oreyonian, 17.
TITTRTV YEA11S' PRACTICE
A Letter from an Eminent Physician.
Mn. Editer: At tho risk of indorsins a
proprietary preparation, I hayc a tew wordi
in favor of a ucr laxattvo principle. But
fiist, how I camo to discover it A patient
asfced about taking Joy's Vegetable Sarsa
parUIa. As sarsaparillas usually contain
mercury or iodides I objected, and asked for
the formula, which finding purely vegetable,
and so mild as to bo to my mind almost
Inert, I consonted. Imagino my astonish
ment when perfect laxative action was re
ported. It has two great points. First, being
purely vegetable, It is (unlike mercury) not
cumulative in the system, being easily car
ried off by the digestive processes ; and recond,
it Is effective with a less quantity of tho
cathartic principlo thou has hitherto been
attainable. It in this respect ranks as a
discovery, and approaches the ideal, viz.:
tho least medicine consistent with the great
est good. It harmonizes natural laxatiro
action and perfect safety, and should inter
est both the public and the profession.
A CITV PHYSICIAN' OFTHIRTT YEAUS PHACTICE.
San Francisco Examiner, March 10, 1SS0.
Choice fresh smoked eastern sugar
cured hams at Thompson & Ross,
ADYI0E TO MOTHERS.
Mns. Wrxsi.ow's Soothiko Syrup
should always bo used for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
chollc, and is the best remedy for diar-rhoea.Twcnty-fivc
cents a bottle.
The lateM stvl or Gents' Roots and
Ludlow's Ladies' $3.00 Fine Shoes;
also flexible hand-turned French Kids,
at P. .1. Goodman & Co.'s.
Slcnmcr Tor Sale.
The steam schooner Francis Culling,
now lying In Port Townsend, is offered
for sale an, reasonable terms. Said
steamer was built in spring of 1889, has
a net tonnage of CO tons, will carry
about ninety tons of merchandise he
low deck and is guaranteed in first class
order in every respect For further
particulars apply to
F. P. KisxdaTjT,
Columbia River Pkg. Co., Astoria.
For a good Clean Room, go to the
dain Street Hou-tc. ,
Good Goods and low rates at the Sea
Ice cream at .Jeffs now restaurant
For the very best Photos, so to Shus-
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Deeds filed or recorded on July 17,
1890, as reported for The Mobstko
Astobiax by the Astoria Abstract
Title and Trust company :
M. J. Kinney et al to Albert
Henshaw, lots 33, 34, 35, 3G,
blk 31, New Astoria S 823
United States to Anton
Huber, the N..W. U of sec
2-1 in T. 7 N., B. 10 W.
Annio Eeidt and husband to
John Rice, lots 7 andS, blk
30, Eosedale 50
M. J. Kinney et al to E. L.
Naylor, lot 11, blk 20, New
M J. Kinney et al to John
and Nils Wallgren, lot 35.
blk 25, New Astoria 1G6
Total deeds filed o; total
amount S 1,205
Previonslv reparted this
year ..'. 1,504,023
Total to date 81,505,828
The Dnty on Tin Nate.
Following is a list of duty imposed
on tin plate. The first column is the
recent duty; the second that imposed
bv the McKinley tariff bill:
1014x20 per box 108 243
IX 14x20 per box 136 306
1XX 14x20 per box 157 354
IXXX 14x20 per box 178 401
IXX 20x2S per box. .; 314
IXXX 20x23 per box 356
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, 10 14x20 per box 10S
IO 20x28 per box 216
i IX 20x28 per box 272
Tliii is what you ought to haw, in
fact, you must .have it, to fully enjoy
life, Th iiis.mds arc searching for it
daily, and mourning because they find
it not. Thousands upon thousands of
dollars are spent annually by our peo
ple in the hope that they may altiin
this boon. And yet it may be had hy
ali. We guarantee that Electric Bitters,
if iim'-1 according to directions and the
u-.e persisted in, will bring you Good
Digestion aud oust the demon dyspep
sia and instead Eupepsy. We recom
mend Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia
and all diseases of Liver, Stomach and
Kidncj.s. Sold at 50c. and Sl.00 per bot
1 1 hy .1. W. Conn, Druggist.
At the Sunny Side saloon. Furnished
room up stubs.
Delirious Ice Cream
! l dally at the Columbia bafce-rv.
Active, wide-awake boys can find
emplnymant at the cannery of .1. O.
llanthorn & Co.
iEonms iritli Hoard.
Parties desiring comfortable rooms
with board, at reasonable rates, can he
accommodated at Mrs. E. U. llohlon's.
eorner -Main and Fourth street'.
And Free Lunch at (he Telephone Sa
(Jo to the Columbia bakery ice cream
parlors ami try a dish of their fine ice
Who Gets That
lift oilers to soil anything and
everything- in his Bir Clothing'
Store at Cost.
Everybody who is in need of
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Furnishing
goods, Etc., will buy of Herman
Wise, for the reason that they can
now for the next sixty days
Real Rare Bargains
-n: AT :o-
Th(i Reliable Clothier
In Occident Hotel Building.
War. AV. Wiikruy.
Wherry & Harry,
AND SURVEYING. TOWNSITE WORK
City and Suburban Property Sold on Com
mission. Investments Made Tor
I. W. Case, Banker. Jndso c. II. rage.
Office on Third Street,
Near Court House,
Sixty Cents per Pair, to Five Dollars
Just Received, at The
Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House of the City
517 and 521 Third St
LADIES, ATTENTION !
Tlie Popular Boot 'and Sh.o Stoye, Wo- 537 T&irdSt.,
Are receivinc jrnnfls fmm flm frllrtTt-nr -mnrori!...,M.. tt.;i p n -m- - m - , .-. .
n.,roi wv ? ,;t "" '""""o luiujuiuuuuma. uujrwwu a, Worcester, mass.; joun atrooiman,
F?E T rr n - r Ty' LynD' Mass-; Marcie&Cie, New York City: A. E Brown & Co., Phila.; and an
8 and 88
Two Choice Blks in Adair's Astoria
for sat.k m
Van Dusen & Go
Lots in Block "8"1 S200.
Lots in Block "88" $150.
Half Gash, Balance in Three
and Six Months.
STAIl lots slaked at four corners.
Magee, Argand and Acorn
Stoves $ Ranges,
Cooking and Heating,
EVERYONE FULLY WAllllANTED
WATKlt CLOSETS, PLUMUISO GOODS,
PUMPS, SINKS, AXD BATH TUBS.
UCTcdo cfc Scully,
L. R. Aborcromblo, Prop.
Finest and Most Convenient
Every Room Newly Furnished.
Private Eooms for Families.
Transient Custom Solicited.
Tho only Abercrombie Hotel at Seaside,
The Oregon Bakery
A. A. CLEYELA'D, Prop'r.
Goot Bread, Cate and Pastry
None but the Best Materials Used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers
Bread delivered In any part of the city.
South Coast Railway,
Via Steamer Astoria
Thompson G :00 A M
Telephone 4:20 pm
Electric. 4:10 "
Thompson.- G :0O a m
Electna. 8:.30 "
rottr r. 2 :0O i m
Electrie: 4:10 "
Thompson..- 6:00 am
Electric- 8:30 "
Electric-.. 4: lor ii
Thompson 6 :00 a m
Telephone. 4:20 "
Electric 8:30 "
5 : 00 A Mn
8:15 " d
3:40 V M
3 : 10 P MC
3 : 00 A Ma
7;50 " c
1 ; 10 p Md
3:40 " c
5:00 A M
7:50 " C
3:40 P MC
5 : 00 A Ma
1 :10 i Md
3;40 " b
5:00 a Ma
7:60 " c
. 3 : 40 P Me
Thompsou 6 :00 A m
Electric 8:30 "
Telephone. ..... 4 ;20 p m
5:00 A Ma
7:50 " e
3 : 10 P ii h
6:00 " a
a Connects with Thompson for Astoria
7i-ConnecLs with Telephone for Astoria
c Connects with Potter for Astoria and
d Connects with Potter for Ilwaco.
e -Connects with Electric for Astoria,
Round trip tickets la steamers Potter,
Thompson and Telephone for ?ale at Union
PaciQc and Telephone ticket offices.
Baggage checked between Astoria and
all regular stations via Union Tacific boats
at Union Pacific dock, and on the tram.
WM, REID, President.
HENRY B. TIIIELSEN,
Chief Engineer and Superintendent.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 10
o'clock a. m. Friday. July 18th, lSoo,
at the office of county clerk for printing,
notices and blanks, or other printing ordered
for Clatsop County, said contract to expire
June 30th, 1891.
The County Court reserves tho right to
reject any or all bids.
By order of the County Court,
Attest : C. J. TRENCHAKD. Clerk.
A 5$ a
UK Acres, close to river and street car line. Only So00 per acre, for a few days
only. 55,000 can be made on this property within three raontlis.
Wlnijg&te & tom
Odd Fellows1 Building-,
Lots in Case's Astoria Are Sow on Sale
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate Co.
PRICES FKOM Si 50 TO 8250 EACH. -
TERMS '-One-Half Cash ; the Balance in Six and Twelve Months.
Is the Choice of
Superior Facilities lot Shipping in Civ Load Lots.
Orders for any quantity to be directed to
H. WEIKHARD, Portland, Or.egon.
Corner Twelfth and 15. Telephone 72.
SECOND - STREET
(Opp. Telephone Landing.)
Is the Boil Ton Restanraut of tie Town
j (A3J1 THE FINEST OX THE COAST.)
Dinner Parties, Banqets, a Specially
Tjc Finest Wines and TAquors.
Private Entrance and Rooms.
!N. II. No connection with hl-5 ohl place on
ESPEnlnrgeil and Refitted to Meet tho Popular Demand.,3
FINEST RESTAURANT IN THE CITY.
Shoalwater Bay and Eastern Oysters.
Private Rooms Fo? Dinner Parties, Etc.
MEAIjS COOKED TO OltDER.
THIRD STKEET, - ASTORIA, OR.
The Oregon Land Ce:
For Desirable Acreage
Or INSIDE PROPERTY.
Call on or Address
Leinenweber & Goodenough,
SECOND ST., Near Postoulce. - - - - - P. O. Box 3,,
cfc Oo, Astoria, Oregon.
- - ASTORIA, Oft
Lager Beer !
P. O. Bex 105
Is Left For Sale.
and OIney Sts-,