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KOVEMBER C, 1690
KEXJA2IIN HARRISON IN '92.
Tke latest election returns received
to ly do not materially change the
results as indicated in yesterday's di3
patcbcs. The democrats have iron a
vicitry irhich may be termed almost
sxrecpiDg in its extent. As usual
there is considerable effort and in
genuity spent in telling how it hap
pened, and in avoiding admission of
Ktmo disagreeable truth as to party
The result of this election demon
strates the weakness of party lines
and the wonderful increase of the in
dependent rote the flotsam on the
great sea of politics, which is ready
to be swept here or there with irresis
tible force by the variable breeze of pop
ular opinion. Strong must be the part,
raid deep must its foundations be
anchored incorrect principles to avoid
distinction by its tremendous aDd
Eepublicans are proverbially care
less in off years and this is no excep
tion to the general rule. There seems
to be little doubt that the general im
pression of the McKinley bill on the
.dependent vote was quite unfavor
itH' to the republican party. The
t l in which its operation could be
i . -red bofore this election was eo
-L i that it could not bo considered a
I J of its merits, but the reports of
r It. nice in prices of various manu
'j ared articles of food and raiment
is uch have been circulated by the
t papers of the country, regardless
I tlieir political proclivities, has
:.I v."d the average voter and
zs- -h1 a feeling against the Mc
K. 1 bill which has found effectivo
t - x-Nfflon in the large majorities cast
z ut the party that is responsible
It may be that further familiarity
tw.1i the workings of the modified
trH will remove the temporary
I n jinbcc against it, and demonstrated
tl wnsdom of its provisions.
Dnt the greatest good the republi
can party can gain from this defeat is
unity of effort in the next presidential
The sweeping democratic victory
in Indiana has rendered one thing
certain; the republican presidential
candidate in 1S92 must bo Benjamin
G botes Cltjvelam) made a strong
bid for the presidency yesterday, in
his comments on the result of Itfon
cbs election, as given in our tele
grr.T hc col nmns. It is perfectly nat
ural that he should be delighted with
the democratic victories, as it is more
or less an endorsement of his admin
istration and policy.
Lovtjon newspapers, in speaking of
the Moodsy elections in this country,
generally attribute the defeat of the
republicans to the popular disapproval
of the McKinley bill, and think the
result was brought about by a few
u vtie politicians whose extreme pro
techMi views were embodied in that
Husmoxb? The subject is too
pr. iTnl to contemplate; don't men.
"Iv Michael Curtain. Plainlield, 111.,
icrk.N the statement that she caught
cc J which settled on Iter lungs; she
wa lvated a month by her family pliy-s-.,'
n. lwt grew worse. He told her she
wa .. hopdrss riclim of consumption and
thai ii medicine could cure her. Her
dzi4 Miggfetcd Dr. King's .New
D v,j lor Consumption ;hhe bought
a " l. io ami to her delight found herself
tw sutl Jrmn first dose, blie contm
ctxl t. ! and after taking ten bottles
Ii i'l herself Noiuid and well, now does
h-i housework and In as well as she
r- r as. Free trial bottles of this great
D. xnvryat J. W. Conn's Drug Store,
largt holdes, SOc and $1.
0 Urmx-r.UKTRA.ND, At the residence
1 ' groom, on First street, Astoria. Or.,
-lnTiK;. November 5, ISM, by A. A.
t"-vrLd. jo.tiro or the peace. D. W.
t non and Miss Catherine B. Bertrand,
a.1 of Ikts city.
Money To Loan,
I HAVE A FEW HUNDRED D0LLU13
td loan oa central real estate security, at
fay ot5c this raormnz.
J. n. SMITH.
Saturday Evening, Nov. 8h,1890
Wclcemc tkc i'aroritci
TW A?miUlicd aa4 TcrsatHo Actress And
"Hn Kill Appear In a Large and Attractive
MsaHG Specialties, Mnslc, Song
tk oiAnxrKo uon: STonr
Sis Bsfbarian and Greek Maiden
Ah A 3tjt&tcr Arlkur.
eaters' Mythological Tlay of
3r All A TEA
CltlE XO LIFE
SaUerfj ...... 3Uter Arthnr
f&rr(itx,'i Address - Jeha Jack
!U2a4-ni Song That Reached My
0si- 55or5-ltoJ2k! Dazzle" Master
T Oadn.l. wiih the Very Laughable
yj it.on iferacicault, Uie
iwj-cr aif tbc Fact err Girl
JP IjMiru: ?. the Kiirlorv filrl Aiml
KM Xo&ypency, the Lawyer Jolm Jack
r Prices will Prevail
!Merrltcalx.HeKRlaisH, er 80c,
ipiatccaw. iiox viaa aruteiew
Willi, ARRIVE NOVEMBER 9.
Eye, Head and Bervous Diseases, At
Occident Hotel, Astoria, Prom
November 9 to 14.
Dr. Prentice Will Care the Flnt Case
Of Cross-Eyes and Epileptic Fits
Free Oh the Day of His
Arrival in Astoria.
A man well known in this community
writes the following Interesting letter:
"1 was chopping a stnmp four weeks
ago, when a flying chip struck me in
the eye; for a short time I was entirely
blind. Then partial sight returned
again. I nurtured hope and continued
to treat it at home, until ten days ago,
when I began to abandon hope of ever
seeing perfectly again, unless some
thing more than ordinary was-dose.
I then counciled two of the leading
Oculists of Portland, who told mo one
eye would have to be cut out to save
the other. It did not exactly suit me to
have my eye cut out, and so I sought
other council. I went to Dr. Prentice,
the Oculist, then at Portland, and -he
laughed at the idea of its being neces
sary to cut my eyetmt; I joined in- the
laugh, for ft was on my side. 1
have been free from pain since the first
day's visit to Dr. Pxenticc, and im
proved steadily, and am now entirely
well again. I feel safe in saying that if
Dr. Prentice cannot cure a case he-will
always say so. Tnos. H. Fogs,
Gray's Elver, Wash.
A Touching Scene Wltnewei By a PertUad
One week ago we received an -invitation
to witness a delicate surgical oper
ation on an eye. The patient was the
17-year-old daughter of Harrison flay.
For three years she had been blind in
both eyes with a cataract, and was
obliged to grope her way about In total
darkness. The patient, without taking
chloroform, submitted to the following
operation: bhewasnow ready for the
surgical part of the work, and we stood
in breathless anxiety as Dr. Prentice
placed the point of his knife at the
side of the eyeball, carefully touched
the point of the cornea, then the blade
entered the eye ; we saw it pass through
the eye in front of the pupil and then
como out at the opposite side. It was
then drawn upward, and a cut made of
about one-third of the circumference of,
the hall. Another instrument was then
passed in back of the pupil, andalmost
on the instant the eirf said: "Oh. Dr.
.Prentice 1 can see j'ou." This was
spoken in tones wen calculated to nrtng
tears" to one's eyes. .From the time
the knife touched the eye until the
patient could see, it was just one min
ute. She was allowed to seo those
about her for a moment, then the eye
was closed and bandaged.
In just one week after the operation
she came into our office and was able to
read our paper. She also wrote a letter
home, sayinc: "Dear parents, J can
see and am happy."
jur. Jerome y. uampoeu, uunerai
Superintendent of the Willamette
Bridge Railway Co., saw this operation.
From a Patient Who Wm Cored Br Br.
POKTLAKD, Or., Oct 7, 1890.
To the Suffering: For five years 1
have suffered witn sleeplessness, ner
vous debility, irritation at the base of
the brain, and a terrible kidney disease.
1 had tried so many remedies that did
me no good that at last 1 gave up all
hope of ever being a well man again. I
tried many prescriptions that were
said to be sure cures, and all failed.
There were many times during the
past few years that I was obliged to lay
off from work from two weeks to three
months at a time. Lately 1 was run
ning down in health very rapidly, and
was alarmed. I contemplated leaving
thispaitof the country and trying to
see it I could not get relief elsewhere.
I must say that my faith in doctors was
about gone; but something lead me to
visit Dr. Prentice at the Esmond hoteL
I crowded In with the others and
waited my turn. Ho examined me, told
mo where my trouble was, and said he
could cure it without medicine. I can't
say thatE really believed him, but
something in his manner led me to
trust him. He gave mo no medicine at
all, yet irom the day d my nrstTuuti
began to improve rapidly. I now sleep
as sound as a child. My memory is
greatly improved. My kidney disease
and brain irritation are entirely well,
my appetite splendid, and 1 now enjoy
life and perfect health. Any afflicted
person wishing to learn about jny caso
will find me at address below,
North Pacific Hotel.Tofiland.
Eyes fitted with glasses by Dr. Prentice
Xerroni Disease! That Art PenromUr
Cored By Dr. PreatleK
Epileptic fits, Paralysis, Drunken
ness (periodical), Heart disease, Kidney
disease, Asthma, Sick headache, Spinal
irritation, and nervous debility in men
and women. A permanent cure is
Cheap For Cash.
534 Tliiri Street)
Invites the gentlemen of Astoria and sur
rounding districts to call and see bis large
NEW SEASON GOODS
Ulsters, Overcoats, Suits, Trouieri
Scotch, English, French aid Aattrleu doeia
3TA Good Fit Guaranteed"
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL.
L-on Pipe and JFlttlngs, Store. Tin
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Sheet Lead. Strip Lead, Sheet Iroa,
Tin and Copper.
GELO F. PABKBS.
Parker & Hanson
C. L. PARKER.
New Gotds Arrivioi Every StMnerJ
Ti?Gmm - G-ooc&flU
The Old Stand - Astoria Oreoa.
RUGKER'S - Restaurant.
w. w, wHEXtirr, prop.
tyEnlarged and Befitted to Meet the Popular Demand..J3
FINEST RESTAURANT IN THE CITY.
Shoalwater Bay and Eastern Oysters.
Private Rtomi Ft Dinner Parties, Etc.
KSALS COOKED TO ORDER.
o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o
This is the Cleanest and is in the
Quietest Location of any
Hotel ia the City.
WHITE COOKS. :
o-t?t-o-o-o o - o - o - o.q - o - o - o - o
Lois ii Case's Astoria Are if on Sale
. JLT THE OFFICE OF THE
.-i--PRICES FROM $150 TO $250 EACH.
TERMS One-Half Cash; the Balance in Six and Twelvo Months.
For Desirable Acreage
Gallon or Address
SECOND ST., Near Postofflca.
To the party recelTlnctho largest list
of names for
THE GREAT NEW
fflSTORT of UTAH
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- THE EMIKENT HISTORIAN
DEADV at lait Only true History of Mor-
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Wari-ThrilllBK Recount of Massacres and
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MYTKK1CS OF POLYGAMY
Taa xithlBS Hoate Celestial ,3lHniaj;e
Strange Bellglous" CUitoas-Blography of
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-of Jiateaae latereat to all. and the
Grand Hltutratloni attract attention ever
THE HISTORY COMPANY
723Urkt St. San Francisco
MatetfAlttrKi ni Acorn
Stoves I Ranges,
Cooking aad Heating,
EYSBTO Iffi ISULEZf WABBANTSib
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Xoe cj MomcLU.yrm
Ul OHHKAMUS STBEET.
Carnahan & Co.
I. "W. OAJSEf
OATOKTKBS -AMrWHOlSS'iLE "AND
SETAIL DEALERTN "
Oornet Chenamu and Caas streets.
A8T0XIA - - - - - OREGON
Tirit CUm TJndrUking-
nexb W Aliuuui urrnjo.
" AjrrtA, m.
AltBe ltee ol GoM aad SHret Waistos,
Solid Gold aad Plated jewelry, Clocla, eta,
at reaioaable prtcet. XeBalriat ProsipUy
Done. 2fexttaK0Wuafc$serKa. -- -
- o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o
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- : NO CHINESEJ
- o - o - o - o - o o-o-o-o-o-o-o-q-o
Lelnenweber c Coodenough,.
P. O. Box 63.
Mala Street, - Astoria, Oregon.
CHEISTEXSEY Vt CO., IKOrSIETOU.S.
nytiPiynTBriT.T.v n.M.i. ttjm attttv
MX Uon of the public to the fact that the
aooTe Marxet wui always uesuppueaun a
KOLL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! i
Vh!cb will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
ET-Speclal attention fdven to supplying
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh anI Cuml Meat
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE orCIDENT HOTFU
CHKXAMim Htrect. Atoriu, tc-
FISH AP GAME MABIET
Fitzgerald & Co.
Go Where You Can Get
Fresh Fish, Game, Eggs, Etc.
We also Keep a Flno Line of
CANNED MEATS AND FISH
Market on Olney street, near Telephone
O'Hara. & Inallii, Propr's.
Opposite Foard & Stokes.
A First-Class Meat Shop.
Fresh and Salt Meats
All Purchases Delivered In any part of the
Poultry and Fish
In Quantities To Suit.
8outhwest cor, Fourth & Cass
ASTORIA TRANSFER CO.
:t . , AND LTVBRY STABLES
Conveyances of any kind, on short notice
TransferrlBe Bagagetc., a specialty.
Telephone .No. ii.
.- - ri. lv. SHERMAN 4 CO.
vsar ' " "
A LARGE- STOCS TO SELECT EROM.
GOODS AT SABT ERANCISCO PRICES.
I make a specialty of good work and guarantee satisfaction. At the Old Stand, Wes
Side Olney Strtet, Sear "Wilson & Fisher's.
The Largest Stock !
Two car-loads received : More on
uispiay oi v uniuure, tiarpeis, ezc, in me cuy.
The Old Stand,
J am... mm , . s..
Groceries, Provisions and Mill Feed.
The Largest and finest assortment of
Fresk S'sru.iis aa.& Vegetables.
Beccived fresh every Steamer.
KEE?S I.N STOCK THE
Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings. All the Latest Styles
He hnys for Cash at Eastern Trices. He Guarantees the Uest Wort manship on all -
Garments. Call and see for ourself. i;.irth Block. ASTOHIA , OR.
C3-0 2?0 Tn !
FOE EEESH BREAD,
Calces, and Fine Confectionery. All Orders, Delivered.
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A "SMITH PREMIER" TYPEWRITER can be
seen at THE AST0RIAN Office, where it is in daily use.
WINTEE & HAEPEE, Prop's
Tie Matcliless fleeter BroK Pianos
J. & C. Fischer, Ives & Pond
Hamlin and A. B. Chase & Co.'s Organs.
The ahovc Instruments sold for cash, or
commission asenr. but save at lcat SM 00 by
resentative, v.:. cary.
IS WHAT YOU GET AT
Foard & Slake:
Groceries and Provisions
Everything in a First-class Store
Extremely Low Figures.
Goods Delivered all over Town.
The Highest Price Paid ror Junk.
FOARD & STOKES
aranufaclurprxnnd Dealer in
Snsli, IToors, Hlouiains ana
All Kinds of Hard Wood and Koasa Finish
ing iAimoer. lwac Material a Spe
cialty. Wood Turning.
Cor. GcneTiCTC and Astor Streets.
Astoria, - - Oregox.
The Lowest Prices !
the iav. Yon Jirn invitpil to seo the finest
RETAIL DEALER IN
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Contains more points of merit
than any other Typewriter on
If you are interested in, or
contemplating the purchase of a
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No. 29 Stark Street,
PORTLAND, - OREGON,
and other pianos. Mason &
on easy Installments. Do not huy of a
dealing directly with the Arm or their rep
EVENSON & COOK.
On tho European Plan.
LARGE CLEAN ROOMS,
A FIUST-CLASS RESTAURANT
Board by the Day, Week or Mouth
Private Rooms for Families, Etc.
Transient Custom Solicited.
Oysters, Fish, Meats, Etc, Cooked to
WATKitSt., Opp. Foard & Stokes
A FIRST CLASS SALOON
Knn In connection with the Premises. The
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Good Billiard Tables and Private Card
V, H. COEEEY.
Groceries and Provisions.
372 THIRD STREET.
Butter, Eggs, Canned Goods, Potatoes, Wood
and' Willow Ware.'Etc.
We will open our
About the 15th of this Month,
When we will display the
Largest Stock of Goods
Grin & Reed
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Graduates Students in
Classical, Literary, Scientific, Normal, Business, Law
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Also Musical, Theological, Pharmaceutical and Art Courses.
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School opens first Alouday in September. Send foe catalogue to
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Gkas. Mcltoulu, Tie Leading Tailor.
Now Fall Goods Just Received,
Latest Goods In the Market.
ISFCall and bo convinced,that I turn
513 Third Strega -
Is the Choice of
Superior Facilities for Shipping in Car Load Lots. "
Orders for any quantity to be directed to
H. WEINHARD, Portland, Oregon.
Corner Twelfth, and. B. Tele$heno 72.
I have completed arrangements for supplying any brand of "Wine in any quantity
at lowest cash, figures:
The Trade Supplied,
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA. -S-
Your patronage in City or Country solicited.
A. W. UTZINGER, Cosmopolitan Saloon.
But tK -woiier.3paki.OM. rnor
Oiy.rilittr.ild you know we hivj
If Lk& tKe ciirU rnzn. fttiiii
Well iant Hi Kkve tfigmk.t.
i Kxt door f.rtrve th Jlccs4
TfflTcri Iwyj wcitl"'
1$S Best, buy the
,0AIC CHARTER OAK
With the Wire
WN gauze OTen doors
E. R. HA17VQS
large double store "
out tho most fashionable suit in tho city.
Next to G. H. Cooper's.
P. O. BOX 405
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Here fooj tnJJwtchtgi
IP YOU WANT TBB BEST
Buy the CHARTER OAKf'
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With the TOrtStMiOriaDMnSr
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