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NOTICE TO BUILDEU3.
Sealed proposals will be received up
to noon on April 27, 1893, for the build
lng of a school house, at th oltlce of
the school clerk of district No. !, Kin
dred Park, New Astoria, Clatsop coun
ty, Oregon, whero plans and specifica
tions can be seen. The rlgnt to rojeat
any or all bids is reserved.
C. A. HENRI W SON,
Clerk of Dlst. No. 6.
April 13, 1893. td
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Astoria Iron Works will be
held at their olllce on Monday evening
May 1, 1883, at 7 p. m., for the purpose
of electing directors for the VmibuIhk
year and the transaction of such bus
iness as may properly come before the
miV-Ung. By order of the board of
directors, JOHN FOX.
A. L. FOX, Secretary.
Astoria, Or., April IS, 1893.
A Million Friends.
A friend In need Is a friend Indeed,
and not less than on million people
have found suh a friend In Dr. KixiK'
New Discovery for consumption, voids,
and coughs. If you have never ued
this great coug medicine, on trial will
convince you the It has wonderful cur-
stive powers In J1 diseases of throat,
chest and lunir. Each bottle is guar
anteed to do all that Is claimed or money
will be refunded. Trial bottl free at
Charle Kosera' drug store. Large not
ties Wo and tl.OO.
A Bare Care for Pile.
Itching Piles known by moisture
Ilk poraplratlon. causing Intent Itching
when warm. This form, a well as Blind,
mewling or protruding, yield at one to
lr. Boeuinko's I'll Kemedy, which acts
directly on th parts affected, absorb
tumor, allay Itching and effect a
permanent cur. 60c. Druggist or nail.
Circulars free. Dr. Boaanko, S2 Arch
street, Philadelphia, I a. Bold by 3. W.
Baeklea's Arnica Halve.
The beat alv In th world for cut,
bruise, aore, nicer, salt rheum, fever
or, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain,
corns, and all skin eruption, and positive
ly cure pile, or no pay required. It
I guaranteed to glv perfect atUfc
tlon or money refunded. Price 1(6 cents
per box. For sol by Chaa. Rogers, suc
cessor to J. C. Lament
Alnnir the Wharves-
The steamer No Wonder came down
from Portland yesterday with the
schooner Salvator In tow.
The steamer Polar Bear will Ui in
spected In Portland beore leaving for
The steamer Harrison arrived in late
Tuesday night, six days out from Nes
tucca. After leaving that point she
encountered a severe storm, and was
blown almost to the mouth of the Quln
alt river. There It was found that. the
fuel was short, and sail was made. In
this manner the vessel reached Shoal
water Bay, where a supply of wood
was obtained. She will leave shortly for
Nehalem with freight from Portland
and this city.
The Western Belle took lumber yes
terday at the Clatsop Mill.
The Jennie Harkness will go up the
The steamer Messenger has been
placed on the route between Eugene
and Hairisburg by the Oregon Pacific
The bark Jwnnle Harkness, which ar
rived in on Tuesday night, was 140
days on, the voyage from New York,
Some five weeks of this weite spent off
the Horn. The trip throughout was
rough, heavy northwest gales being en
countered. The Harkness has a general
The schooner iJalvator snllm yester
day for Redondo beech with a cargo
The steamer Truckee, Captain Thom
as, arrived in yesterday morning from
San Francisco. She had a large carpro,
most of which was for merchants In
The steamer Homer has lakon the
place of the steamer Michigan on the
San Francisco-Puget Sound route.
Judge and Mrs. Page are vlsflting In
Mrs. H. E. Wlngard, of Elk Creek,
is in the city.
Mr. T. C. Paxton returned from the
Mayor Crosby went to Portland last
night on the Telephone.
Mr. II. B. Chaste was a passenger on
the Harvest Queen yesterday.
Col. Pat Donan is In Portland, and
will visit this city in a few days.
Captain Packard and wife returned
yesterday morning from a trip to Pr rt
Miss Pearl Holden and Miss Leilla
Hughes returned yesterday from school.
Mr. W. C. Cowglll, general agent of
the Illinois Central railroad, was in the
C. J. Trenchard left for Portland last
night on the Telephone. He will be ab
sent for several days.
Mr. J. M. Booey, one of the best
known members of the K. of P. In this
section, was In town yesterday.
Mr. S. H. Bell, a. prominent real es
tate dealer in South Bend, passed
through town yesterday on his way
home from Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Criflin have left
for Washington and the World'B Fair,
Mrs. Ferguson accompanied them as
.'ar as South Dakota, where she will
visit her slBtcr.
On the arrival of the schooner Sal-
ator at Redondo, Captain Tlbbetu will
mprovo the opportunity afforded by a
'our months' leave o'f absence to visit
lis old home In Maine.
The Astoria Rod and Gun Club held a
neotlng In the Cosmopolitan hall last
lftht. Several' new members were
,lecw.d. Taylor's Astoria was Belected
'or the site for future trap shooting.
List of Letters Unclaimed at the As
. torla Postofllce.
In applying for the letters referred
to herein state when advertised.
Brown, W. It.
Fisher, Rev. L. S.
Hendricks, J. J. 3,
Morse, D. M.
Olson, Loull A.
Deterlng, II. B.
Kennedy, W. K.
Levy, F. B.
Montgomery, W. R.
Morll, O. Pederson
Page, Miss Hattle
Phlllpps, Miss Jvn'e
Taylor, Miss lionlta Thompson, S
Albrecht, E. Davis, T. T.
Havraen. Jacob O. Huhtasaart, John
Karlson, Mrs. Ida Maatta, Adolph H.
Mitsell, Mntts Nordstrom, Andrlas
Vito, Galsarano, !, Vollmer. John
JAMES W. HARE. P. M.
A SENSATIONAL STORY. ,
Has attracted attention lately, but as
a matter or ract the public has also
devoted time to things substantial.
judging by the unprecedented sales of
the Uall Borden Eagte lirand Con
densed Milk. Unequalled as a food
. Sold by Qrocers and Druggists,
DETTON'S I Posiii9 Cure
In ure over .In
)'. yecti Hi .
rfnid. llliilimt tinu.
niunlals. At dniKvUta,
or Diaihit on ivi,t of
pn-jn0. per box.
If IKIilJftlH 4 HOf I
W J8 .,
I Props., l4uuiore, Md.
I CURE FITS I
When I say cor I do net mesa merely to stop
them for a time and then haTeUicm return again.
1 mean nidK-al rnra. I have made the dinM
Of KITS, Kl'lLKItSir or FALLINU BlOKNKSi
life-lour; study. 1 warrant my remedy to cure
the worst eases. Berauw others hav failed It
no reason for not now reocltiruj core, bend
at one for tm lUse and a Free Bottle of raj
infallible remedy. Uive ETnreeaand PueM'Xc.
to c saur, m. o-t ij,p-ri , h. v
TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC
from fraud and imposition, the genuine
medicine of Itr.
: a. v. fn
Pierce are now sold
only throuch dniKtrltta, authorized as agents.
They are the cheapest medicines to use, as
well as the best, because in every case you
ay only for the good yon get. The money
is refunded if tber ever fall to benefit or cure.
refunded u tney ever u
Being sold on this
is peculiar plan oi " value
received or no pay," me prices oi me genuine
guaranteed medicines always have been, are,
ana always wui oe, as iouow
Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical Discovery (the
remedy for all diseases arising from a torpid
liver or impure blood), . $1.00 per bottle.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription (the
remedy for female weaknesses and derange
ments), vi.w per Dome.
Dr. Piorco's Pleasant Pellets (the original
and bent Liver nils, . . no cents per vuu.
Dr. Bag uitarrn nemeay,
60 cents per bottle.
Suspicion naturally and rightfully attaches
to any meaicines purporting w uo ur.
Pierces when offered at any other prices
than those above given.
Dealers not authorized to sell Dr. Pierce's
genuine medicines may offer dilutions, imi
tations, or substitutes, at less than the prices
given above, jjoware oi teem.
AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT.
At lut s medical work that tolls the euw,
deocrllxn the effect, polnu the remedy. This
U sclnutlQcully the moat valuable, artistically
the moffi beautiful, medical book that ha ap
peared for yean: Oti Pokm. Page bearing
naif tone llluatratloo la Una. Some of the
ublect treated are Nerroiii Debility, Impo
teuoy, Sterility, Development, Varicocele, Th
Husband, Those Intending Marriage, etc.
Every Ban who pould know the U rand TrvthB,
the Plain tnrtt, the Old Secrete and Sew lHe
coverien of Medical Rrtenc at aprtted to Har
ried Life, who umild atone far part Jolliee
mnd oiv)M future pflfnlle. ihmHU write Or thi$
WONDKRVVT. LITTLK hOOK
It will he Kent free, under wal, while weedl
tlon laU. If convenient eneloae ten cenU to
pay postage alone. Address the publishers,
ERIE MEDICAL CO.,
BUFFALO, N. T.
" r or flio millions ot consumers of Q
:'a Xiriwi Mr.Tiitt iilctwnro to nn- A
ik.i,i.m IIi;iI liulsiiuwpiittliiguiiaj v
wi.irli ! lof ox.:M'illne;!y Kinall size, gm.
7 j - t v'.'nin nil the virtues or t lie 0
In. i r one tiuarimtccd purely
t'ij vc;-i "lli'. Both Klxesol'tiioHe pills f
in j .tlill IkhiuiI. 1'lie exact size of
Vj TJTT'S T1WY LIVER PILLS
J 's 4hown in the bonier of Mils "ail.
A new and complete treatment, consisting ol
suppositories, ointment in capsults, also In
box an-l fills; a positive euro for external, In
ternal blind or bleeding, ltclilug, chronic
recent or hereditary nlles. and many othel
diseases and female weaknesaes; it is ulwavs
Sreat benefit to the general health. The first
iscovery of a medical cure rendering an oper-1
tlon with tho kulle uniieconfiHry nert alter I
This remedv has never been known to lad.
tl per box, 6 for $5; seut by mall. Why Burtei
from this terrible disease when a written Kintr-
aiuee is elvon with 6 boxes, to refund the
money If not cured. Send stamp fur free
sample, fiuarsntee issued by Woodward
Clark & Co., Wholesale and Retail Druggist
Mole Agents Portland, Or. Yut sule by J. W.
Conn. Astoria Oregon.
FOR A DOSE
RESULTS ARE WHAT TELL
We guarantee that one of these pllli at a doae, will
iroauca Datter reauiia in tne eura oi eaacn.
oatiTAna-n. Sour Btomioh. d Breath and Cisii
ti. than thrtM in flvn of inv othr mikt. and do it
without irrlptnt and Biokenlnft. Their wonderful
action make you icei una a new Deiiig. moo a do-.
vrugciata or nuui. Jjoaaiu-ojaoa vo-jrftua-r-
The Oiiginal and Genuine
InpATts tho most dolieioua tisto and ruA tC
T1.EMAN at Md
r.is,to Imh l'iri;lr
,;:- . ;,A HOT iv
J I'-itJtn.s'fc iiifat
it tuelr .'-iKoe U f 'PiW
in -..:, the awtMSHP 'ES.
!ct:i'-'.. ee nll Cr'vrJJ?
! . ..i M nyn - !- 1-.... .c,
a i'" .!-t ten la.rKO'a s-c.iiuii3)
s.m.e . inn that la ' . fri
6eo that you got Lea & Perrins'
Blgnstcreone Tbottleof Oriitlnsl a Oeenlns. .
10UN UlNt AN'S tONS,NliW Y'IRK.
COLUMBIA THANSfER CO.,
FEED - AND - SALE - STAIJLE
tlenerol Express and Delivery Bmlnwu.
Dffloe U Olney street Stable foot of West
nuitn st, Ai'.orts. Telephone Mo. 44.
INDEPENDENT BOAT FOR PORTLAND
Will lear Astoria tor Portland, (Fish
's Dock) on Tuesdays. WexlnesJa-va.
frl i era . :
lonrsuajs, rridsys sua HsturtUyt st I
: w s. m., sua aunaay at 6 .-00 p. m.
Scandinavian Benevolent Sooletv.
1JKOULAK MEKTLNUS OPTHIS 80 JIKTV
A st tli-ilr rooms lu Pythian building at elitl'l
o'clock f. u.. on the second aud tourin Tuea
day oi each month,
AUG. DANIELSON Secretary.
Ocean Kncampme-.t Ho. 13, 1. o. o.
REGULAR MEETINGS OY OCEAN 2N
carapment No. lit. I. ( . V m n.:. i,..
In the Odd Fellovm BuildlDK, itl aeve n t. M.'
On the suvoud tuid foii.-rh l,m.,-iu.
month. Hojoumlug brethren cordially u.vireu.
Astoria Bulldiu & Loan Asuatsifttinn
TIUKKhliULAR MEETINGS OF'11118 AcS
. elation ure held at 8 p. m. nn ih uw
Wednesday of vli uic-tb. Office on CentHei
Street, south of Cuenamus.
REGULAR MEETINGS, FIUBT AKI)
tlllril' IllABlutf Av.. I r.,.m r.t W ,
a . 1, ' oisuNJ,WI OOVU lUmiI
viwuuvii, Hi nuy rej;imir nieeims iiiust
present the saute to the Auditor and Clwik,
Tuennav on which thn Cfnirr hi.K ir -ai...
meoUng. K. OSBUHN.
Auditor and Police Judce.
Board of Pilot Commissioners.
THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS BOARD,
will be held on the first Monday, of each
month st 10 a. in. in the rooms of the Astoria
Chamber of Commerce. W. L. ROBB, Bee
BOOTS AND SHOES
The Largest Stock, Best Quality and
Lowest Prices at the Sign ot
The Golden Shoe.
MAGNUS C. CBOSBY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
TPtlftf lIIu A VT riTTivna
STOVES AJiU - TINWARE.
House Furnishing floods, Sheet Isd, Strip
Lead, Sheet Iron, Tlu sud Copper.
T... olaHata1 llnlna D.ImVWI. 1. i
the 472. Thlr.l St.. IUiI K.I.1. HSI.. w.-
I ranted as good as the best. Terms very easy
. u. UAba.L,i., Agent.
These tiny Capsules are superior
to Uajsam of Copaiba,
Cubeba and Injections. (iftDYj
They cure In 48 hours tho V, J
same diaeasea without any incon
venience. SOLD BY ALL DRUGCMSTS
Tor Information and free Handbook write to
MUNN & CO., U Bkoadwat, Nkw Yohit. '
Oldest bureau for securing patents In America.
Brery patent taken out by us is brought before
toe puulto by a notloe given free of elurge In Uis
Largest circulation of any sclentlflo paper In the
world. Splendidly Illustrated. Mo intelligent
man should be without It, Weekly. a
yeori SA1.AU stx months. Address MUNN tc CO
VowjBUWt s, Sol Uroadwuy, Mow York City.
' jt Scientific American
th Agency ftr
111 l-H2Sr TRADB MARKS.
Muiiev for Sale I
Have 5,000,000 Souvenir Half Dollar Coins in their treasury, the
gift of the American people by Act of Congress. The patriotic and
historic features of these Coins and their limited number, compared
with the millions who want them our population is 66,000,000
have combined to create so great a demand for these World's Fair
Souvenir Coins that they are already quoted at large premiums.
Liberal offers from speculators, who wish to absorb them and reap
enormous profits, have been rejected for the reason that
This is the People's Fair
We Are the People's Servants
and a divided sense of duty confronts us
We need $5,000,000 to fully carry out our announced
We have decided to deal direct with the
people To whom we are directly responsi
ble among whom an equitable distribution
of these National heirlooms should be made.
rhe World's Fair Offer to the American People:
That none of our plans for the people's profit be curtailed we
must realize from the sale of 5,000,000 Souvenir World's Fair Fifty
cent Saver Coins the sum of $5,000,000. This means $1.00 for each
Coin, a much smaller sum than the people would have to pay for
them if purchased through an indirect medium. Every patriotic man,
woman and child should endeavor to own and cherish one of these
Coins, as they will be valuable in future years a cherished object of
Remember that only 5,000,000 Coins must be divided amone
uuivwiuuu UCUJJIC. 1 HOC twJUlllS
' could be sold at a high premium
to Syndicates, but we have enough
confidence in the people to keep the
fnice at a Dollar for each Coin, as
his will make us realize $5,000,000
the sum needed to open the Fair's
gates on the people's broad plan.
HOW tO Get to yur nearest Bank and subscribe for as many
' t r yn necd fr y1 family nd friends. These
ItetCiaS Sub-Agents ef the World's Columbian Exposition
win give you their receipt for your money, as delivery of these coins
will not begin before December. There is no expense to you attend
ing the distribution of the Souvenir Coins, as we send them to your
local bank. If for any reason it is inconvenient for you to subscribe
send Postoffice or Express Money Order or Registered Letter for as
many coins as you wish with instructions how to send them to you, to
TREASURER WORLD S "COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION.
Ordr will b Filled la th Order I whle Uy r Rtceir-, ,
Ripans Tabules act gently
but promptly upon the liver,
stomach and intestines; cure
habitual constipation, dispel
colds, headaches and fevers.
One tabule taken at the first
symptom of indigestion, billi
ousness, dizziness, distress
after eating, or depression of
spirits, will remove the whole
difficulty in a few minutes.
Ripans Tabules are com
pounded from a prescription
widely endorsed by the high
est medical authorities and are
presented in a form that is be
coming the fashion with phy
sicians and patients every
where. One Box (Six Vlils) Seventy-five Cents.
Ont Package (Four Boxes) Two Dollars.
Ripans Tabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
For free sample addreti
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ent business conducted for Modcsatc Fees.
Oun orriec is Oppositc U.S. Pthnt office
and we can secure patent iu less Uiue tiiau those
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
A pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents,'1 with
cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries
sent free. Address,
Opp. Patent Ornci. Wahinqton. d. C.
In the County Court of the State ot
Orea-on, for Clatsop County.
In the matter of the estate of John L.
Notice is hereby given that the un-
uersipnecl, administratrix of the estate
ef John Li. Fohdtn, has filed in the
above entitled court her final account
as administratrix of the above entitled
estate, mul t!-.- court has set Monday
May 1st, 1S03, 1 o'clock p. m., at the
court house in said county and state
as the time and place for heartnrr said
rinul n cerium. All persons interested
in said estate are notified to then and
there appear and show cause, if any
why the sai'l account should not be al
lowed and the administratrix Uis
KAREN C. FOLDEN.
Administratrix of the estate of John
L. Folden, deceased.
for a Dollar.
f.M... rJ.hx... .faa-wgi,,, MrHrlSr
Leav ng Portland, 8:45 Ml.
1 DAYS TO
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Quicker to Cmaha and
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din
ASTORIA AND SAN FRANCISCO
Oregon Tuesday April 4.
Columbia f alunliiy April 8.
Mute Wednesday Apiil 12.
M-egoii Sunday April 1.
Columbia 1 humday April 20.
KAle Monday April 24.
Oregon Friday April 28.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMER3
Morn In I boat leaves Aatni-la rtnilv
Sunday, ar 6 a. m.i returning, leaves Fori 1 ami
daily, except Saturday. atSii. m. Night boat
r.ivra niiina uau.v, except nunnay, at 8 p. in.:
r tnri.li R leaven Portliu.rtdallv, exempt Sunday,
it 7 a. in. The lunrnlinz boat from Pnitlunrl mlr.
HiidliiKon the Oregon side Tin. sday.-", Thurs-
"J0'"''1 in u.j s j nn vyuiii:kiuh Blue ftlOll-
lavs Yeliiesda s and Krldnvs. From Astoria
lie morning boats makes landing on the Oie
on Hide Mondays. Wednecdavs and Fridays,
iiul on the Wa-hli gton aide Tuesday, Tliurs
lavs and 8alurdas.
For rates and general Infoimatlon call on or
f. H. HURLBURT, G. VT. LOUN8BEKRY,
A. Gen 'a. Aet. Apeut
Portland, Or. Astoria, Or.
Is the line to take to all
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers ti e best seivice, com
It is the f ojul r route llh those v, ho
m li lo travtl on
It's tl'e efore (lie r u'e i n 'hon'd
tHkn. It runs thn uih'vestibuled
tral, s evciy uy in the sear to
ST. PAUL AND GHI0A60
No Change of Cars,
Elegant Pu'ban S!ep rs,
np'iior Tecrist Slcipcrs,
i'i:i!iil Free Sefod-c!a!s Sleepers,
Only one change oi cars
Portland to New York
Xo Any Tart of Ihe clvirzed orld.
Passengcrti ticketed via. all boat rennini
etweea Astoria, Aalama ai.U PuiUand.
Full Information concerning rates, time of
Iral'.is, roi:tf and ullitv delulls iurnlfhed oo
R. L NOLr.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passengor Agent,
No. 12 First St.. cor. Washington,
HIE : (iKEtiOX : VAhtUY
i. A. CLETKUKD, Prop.
Good Bretd Cakes and Pastry,
None bnt tne st Mtterlal Dsoa.
Satisfaction Guarantied Customei?.
Bread, delivered in an; part of the cit?
Hemry and Shall
Carrj in Kiock
Wagoii3 and Vehicles,
Farm Machinery, Paints. )i1, Tarnlshe
Logger' AuppUea, Fairbank' Scale,
Door ana Wimow
FLOCK tad MUX TIED.
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