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KINO SOLOMON'S MINES. By H.
THE MYSTERY OF COLDE FELL,
OR NOT PROVEN. By Charlotte M.
Braeme, author of "Dora Thome"
UNDER THE RED FLAG. By Miss
M. E. Braddon.
AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGH
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LADY GRACE. By Mrs. Henry
AVERIL. By Rosa Nouchette Carey.
THE BLACK DWARF. By Sir
A NOBLE LIFE. By Miss Muloch.
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or $1 for the ten books, which The As
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Every ten weeks a new set of ten
books will be offered on the same
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you will have a valuable library of CO
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NOTICE TO BUILDEU3.
Scaled proposal will be recolveil up
to noon on April 17, 1803, for the build
ing of a school house, at thw olttce o(
the school clerk of district No. ti, Kin
dred Pirk, New Astoria, Clatsop coun
ty, Oregon, wherti plana and speclllca-
tions can be seen. The rlgnt to rejest
i any or all bids is reserved.
C. A. HENRIKSON,
Clerk of Dint. No. .
April 13, 1893. td
The annual meeting of the stockhold
era of the Astoria Iron Works will be
held at their oillce on Monday evening
May 1, 1893, at 7 p. m., for the purpose
of electing directors for the fcnsulng
year and the transaction of such bus
iness as may properly come before the
meeting. By order of the board of
directors. JOHN FOX.
A. L. FOX, Secretary.
Astoria, Or.. April IS, 1893.
A milinn Friends.
A friend in need Is a friend Indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found sub a friend in Dr. KiuK's
New Discovery for consumption, colds,
and coughs. If you have never used
this great coug medicine, on trial will
convince you th It has wonderful cur
ative powers In JI diseases or throat,
cht and lung. Kach bottle is guar
anteed to do sll that l claiml or money
will be refunded. 'lru.i buttle free at
Charles Rott n' uni- e.uie. Large bot
tie 60c and
A Pre ti fr J'llet,
Itching Pit' (
like prplra!i r-,
when wum. " -UleedlnR
KuMiiiko ' 1
directly on the
Circulars free. I
known by rrolsturs
(tUMug iiitrnse Itohlhg
! " t, won as Hiliid,
i 'ld t.t once to
!:' iv, edicts arts
Meg Hiui tenets S
I "-. itoaanko. St Art-h
i -j. i a. fcutd Ly J. W,
i'i Art,!!- Salve..
li th world for cuts,
( r. f i rheum, fever
. . '', ! I'wuitive
, , , i ,v tv,,.rwt It
t ' t-; ' ' " ' " -tlwfsc
i . rents
The best md
sores, tetter, i
corns, sua st .; t,
ly cures t..
won or irwney
per box. For u
cessor to J. C. I
' i i'.a. Itufccis, SUO-
Along the Wharves.
The steamer Haytlan Republic ar
rived In yesterday from Vancouver, B,
C. She had a large cargo for this city,
There we no passengers on board and
no sickness. After discharging her As
torla freight, she proceeded up the
rivter. '. '
Thq steamer Ocklahama- took the
bark Jennie Harkness in tow yester
day to Portland.'
Whilo the Manzanlta was placing a
new whistling buoy in position at the
bar, it was found that a hole had been
made in the cylinder pipe of the buoy,
It was hauled on board again.
The ctw of the bark Kitty are. in a
dissatisfied frame of mind, and assert
that the captain wants to get rid of
them. It Is argued in support of this
claim that had any care been Exercised
the men who swam ashore a few days
ago could have been prevented from es
The steamer Polar Bear has gflhe to
Portland to preparte for her trip north
Tho engineer of the smuggling
schooner Louis Olsen has pleaded guilty
In the United States district court In
San Francisco. He was sentenced to
to thirty days in Jail and to pay a line
The steamer Harrison left lost even
ing for Neholem. She took a fair cargo
of freight, and will tvjturn with shooks
from the Nehalem mill. Upon her te
turn she will be overhauled and her
machinery improved. She will also be
fitted for the accommodation of pas
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
My attention was this evening called
to the following Item in thte Budget:
It will be a eood thing for the town
when the old bankrupt stock of Dlns-
more Is gotten rid of, and the whole out
fit leaves town.. It has been no govd
from the start. It is about time the
people shut down on these outsldo penny-catch
In reply to the above, I wish to state
that I object, most emphatically, to any
blackmailing scheme. Regarding ad
vertising as a business proposition, I
shall advertise only where I know It
will bring good results. Mr. Dunbar
kept quiet from February 22d until
March 22d, during which period I ad
vertised In his paper. On the latter
date I discontinued my advertlsment,
having found that the Budget was de
ficient In circulation, and consequently
useless as an advertising medium.
Since then I have repeatedly refused
the solicitations of his agents for
patronage, and thinking to coerce me
he now tries the blackmailing method.
The following shows for itself:
Astoria, March, 1893.
M. Dlnsmore Bankrupt Sale:
To the Astoria Budget, Dr. to adver
tising from February 22d, to March 22d,
Received payment, Astoria Budget,
per L. E. S.
The bargains given at the Dlnsmore
bankrupt sale speak for themselves,
and no blackmailing newspaper Idiots
need apply for advertising patronage.
Mr, O. F. Hellborn is suffering from
Attorney Silas B. Smith, of flats .p,
visited this city yesterday.
Miss D. Thompson and Miss M.
Thompson are visiting their sister, Mrs.
J. W. Brown In this city.
Miss Mabel Zlgler, who hns been vis
iting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. P.
J, Goodman for a few days past, tv
:urned to Portland yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cuthbertson and
lauLThter have returned 'from Portlatn
.o this city, and will remain durlnc
ho summer. Mr.. Cuthbertson stiit
.hat' Portland poop? generally believe
'.hat the Union Paclllo Is about to build
to this city.
Mrs. C. J. Curtis, Miss Myra Stevens.
MIbs Llndell, and Miss Myrtle Welch,
the delegates to the Young People's
Christian Endeavor Society Convention
at Portland, left last evening on the
Telephone. Rev. Mr. Stavtir will also
attend thet Convention.
England pays twenty millions of dol
lars yearly for police.
The church of the Pilgrims In Brook
lyn has a piece of Plymouth Hock in
The Japanese language does not con
tain a profane oath; fool and scoun
drel are the severest terms.
A Arm in Tyneside, England, ,tav
manufactured a rope over ten thousand
yards long, weighing thirty-six tons. It
Is for cable-train work in Australia, and
Is the longest ever made.
A fainting man, near Kensington
England, some years ago was thought
to be drunk, except by a woman who
Imitated on helping htm to recover. Tie
died recently, bequeathing her seven
hundred and fifty thousand dollars, al
though never seeing her but once.
C P. UPSHUR,
SHIPPING and C0MMISSJO
I A Positive Cur
I rOR PILES.
In una over SO rear.
&mtlt. Aeriu Hun
At r 11, lilghnit teU
monuila. Al dnixvlsta,
or nuiurd oa ireeiut at
irg theeSQr. Iirrbox.
.m I ia em
I lnpa., Ualtluiuie, Md
I CURE FITS!
When I aay core I do not Biean ukti ly to stop
them tor a t imeaiut ittes haw than return airais.
I mraas radlralrnre. J have wade the disraM
of KITS, gl'll.b;isv or FALUMit SK'KNhbS
s llfeJons aiady. lvarraatsiy remedy to core
the woratcaara. Bat-aun others aara tailed ia
soreaaoa irBu( how receivint a ears. Bend
tonrefors trmtlae and s Free Dottle of my
Infallible rwdy. tlTKxnnasndiiet-tfflre.
ti C fcegtiM. c, lui perl t, N. y.
TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC
from fraud and imposition, tbe genuine
medicines ol vr. JB. v. fierce are now sola
nnlv through druirirists. authorized as agents.
Tber are the clieapest medicines to use, ss
well as the best, because in every case you
pay only for tue gooa you got. i at money
is rerunded u they ever rail to oeneutor cure.
Being sold on this peculiar plan of " value
received or no pay," the prices of the genuine
guaranteed medicines always nave ueen, are,
ana always wiu De, at touows :
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Diseoverr (the
remedy for all diseases arising from a torpid
liver or impure blood), . 11.00 per bottle.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription (ths
remedy for female weaknesses and derange
ments) 11.00 per bottle.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets (the original
and beet Liver ruls, . . ia cents per viol.
ur. sage's latarrn nemeay
60 cents per bottle.
Suspicion naturally and rightfully attaches
to any medicines purporting to oe ur.
Pierce s when offered at any other prices
than those above given.
Dealers not authorised to sell Dr. Pierce's
7mutne medicines may offer dilutions, imi
tations, or substitutes, at less than ths prices
given aDova .ueware oi tnem.
AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT.
At tut s medical worlr that tells the esniee,
deaoritx tht effect, polnw tue remedy. Tnle
U olentlfliMlly the niol valuable, artutlcally
the moat beautiful, medical book thai hai p
pearea for years; U iuix, every page bearlug
a halftone Illustration lu tlota. Some of the
uhleots treated are Nervoua Debility, lmpo
toncy, SterlUtr, Development, Varicocele, Ihe
Busband, Thoae Iuteudlug llarrlaiw. etc.
Entry if an inho mniUI iom tht Qrand Trvlht,
tht Plain Fart: the (M Seerett onrt u f)l
coveritt of Medlmil Rrtmce at applied to War
rtfd Life. iPho tonvld atone far pant folltrt
and anttit future ttltfallt. thwild Krita fir thit
WONDKRFUI, LfTtLK JIOOK
It will be Kent free, under eal, while tneedl
tlnn lanta. If convenient eneloee ten cenu to
pay postage alone. Addreai the publlabers,
ERIE MEDICAL CO.,
BUFFALO, N. T.
-)G30 0 0 00 00
9 GOOD NEWS
3 For the millions ol consumers ol A
f It (riven i)ivl utt ile(inrotoBiv f'
iioni.ee Unit ho is now putting uu
3 T.sT LIVES. FILL O
) vi t retaining all the Vlrtiieeof the
Iai'rr 4iiieM. liunrnntecd p'.irely
vet'tnhle. Itothaizcsot'tlieKe lHIQ
aru still issued. The exact slxe of
TJTT'S TINY LIVER PILLS A
b shown in the border of this "ad." v
A sew and complete treatment, consiitlnf el
auppoetiorieii, ointment in capsules, ateo lr
box and fills; s positive cure (r teru&l, In I
lermtl blind or bieedlin;, ltening, enrnnic
recent or heredltar titles, and many Othei
'llseses and female weaknesses; it is always a
(treat benellt to the eeneral hpaith. ine tlrsi
discovery of a medical cure rendering an oper-
tlou with tho knife unnecessary hercauei
this remedy nan never ue-n Known to iau.
I per box, 6 for $6; sent by mail. Wby Buffet
from this lerrible diseaso when a written guar
antee is riven with 6 boxes, to refund the
money If not cured. Bend stamps fur free
simple, (iuamiiteu lssiieu uy vvooawara
Clark & Co., Wholesale and Retail Dmrirlstf.
"oie Amenta rnruauu, ur. Hit sale oy J. w.
Uoiio. Astoria urvgon.
FOR A DOSE
RESULTS ARE WHAT TELL
We luaramee that one of then pills at a don, will
produce better retulta In the cure of Hadohet
Coettveneia, Bottr Htomnch, Bud Breftth and Dieii
Deee, than threelo Ave of any ether make, and do It
without griping and alokenlng. Their wonderful
aotlon makes yon toe like a new being. S6a abox,
Prugglau or mall, Boaaokg Med, Go fbil
The Ovlglnai and Genulna
Imriirts Aim most dclldoua tv,t.i and rest tC
a MEKIOAL OKN.
l'l.EMAN at Mud.
nia, to his brother
S HOT COLD
I.EA rEBBISH' MEATS,
umi laoir Mauve w w ri-ity i
hUrhl)- e.teeiuod in E?C?f
WBUSH. ; . -BABEUITS
iaaii, ana in my in , (.M
onnlou. the most PAaPER1!
rtnKe, as well
aa the lu.wt vhole.
soma wuoa Uul la si u
Bcwaro of Imitations;
666 that you get Lea & Perms'
BlimatnraoneTery lottleof Orbrinil k Oeoulna.
IOUN llt NCA.N'S HONS, NliW V'lltK,
C3LUMEU TRANSFER CO.,
1TILLIAM WILXON, Prop.
FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE
General Express end Delivery Business.
DtHoe tit Olney street. HtaMe foot of West
MntB si, Asiorts. Telophoue o. .
INDEPENDENT BOAT FOE FOBILiSD
Will leT Astoria for Portland. (Fish
er's- Dock) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
Tbnrsdaya, Fridays and Saturdays at
w a. ana aunaay at o.tw p. m.
Scandinavian Benevolent Society.
KKUULAH MEETINGS OK THIS BOOIfcT
at their rooms lu pythlau buildup at eibt
o'clock p. M.. oo the seooud aiid lourui Tues
day i of each monih,
. AUO. DANIELSON Secretary,
Ooean Uncampme'-r No. 13, X. u. u. if
REOCTLAn MEETINGS OK OOEAN EN
camument No. 18. 1. O, O. F., at the fjle.
In the Odd Fellow ilulldlni;, ti toven t. si.,
eo the second and fount) Jtl.iuUHys of ewli
mouth, riojouruiug brethren cordially invite.),
ny unier U, r.
Astoria Building & Loan Association
11HKKKUULAK MEETINGS OK TUIK ACKO
. clatiou are held st 8 r. m. on the Arsi
Weouesday of encli looulh. Oillce on Geneva
street, seutii ol Uheuauius.
RE'iULAK MKETINGB, FIRST AND
third Tuesday eveBlum of eanh mnmh
st 8 o'clook.
e-PersoiiN desiring to haye matters ae.ted upon
by the Council, at any regular meetlpR must
present the same to the Auditor and Clerk.
on or before the Friday evening prior to the
TneaHay on which the Council Mdi i'i rwular
meeting. K. OSBCltN,
Auditor and rollce Judaa.
Board of Pilot Commissioners.
THE REGULAR MEETINGS OFTIIIB BOARD,
will be held on the first Uonday, of each
month at 10 a. in. In the rooms of the Atorla
I Chamber of Commerce. W. L. KOBB, See
BOOTS MD SHOES
Tbe Largest Stock, Best Quality and -Lowest
Prices at the Sign of
Tbe Golden Shoe.
JOHN XX XX TO-
lI AG ' US C. MtONllY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
House Furnishing floods, Sheet Lead, Strip
Lead, Shoet Iron, Tlu and Copper.
T.... rplpVll-ntol AlnlnA Qofua Irnnt In stnnV at
Lhaa'i. Till rH Sr.. Unl K IiWoa Wi.
ranted m good as the best. Term a very easy
These tiny Capsules are superior!
to JJalaam of Copaiba, f .
Cuteba and Injections, (jnJ0f)
They cure in 43 hours the yV
same diseases without anyincon-
Tor information and free Handbook writo to
MUNN A CO., ail Bhoauwat, New YoKK.
Oldest bureau for semiring patenta In America.
RTerr natent taken out by ua la braarht before
the puhllo by a notice given free of charge In the
$ timixtk Jlnmtau
Largest drenlatlon of any aelentlflo paper In the
world. Splendidly Illustrated. No intelligent
nan should be without It, Weekly. M3.0U a
year l.NJ8lx montba. Atiilrccs MUNN A CO,
VUHMBHtim, SU1 Hroadirari Hew Vork City.
jt Scientific- American
JH i XjZP' tradb marks,
zMJJr DESIGN PATENTS,
Money for Sale I
Have 5,000,000 Souvenir Half Dollar Coins in their treasury, the
rift 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.
The Worlds Fair Offer to the American People:
That none of our plans for the people's profit be curtailed we
must reahze from the sale of 5,000,000 Souvenir World's Fair Fifty
cent Silver Coins the sum of 15,000,000. This means $1.00 for each
Coin, a much smaller sum than the people would have to pay for
2SS ff1, tlTu,g,h a" mdirect medium. Every patriotic man,
woman and child should endeavor to own and chensh one of these
y pride!7' Uture yean5a cherished obJ'ect
66.hlm must divided among
- I 1 wv VU1UJ
could be sold at a high premium
to Syndicates, but we nave enough
confidence in the people to keep the
Srice at a Dollar for each Coin, as
lis will make us realize $5,000,000
the sum needed to open the Fair's
gates on the people's broad plan.
HOW tO Get ? t0 yur rarest Bank and subscribe for as many
Tfrn?f. I5.113 vou need for yor family and friends. These
IteUffiS Sub-Agents of the Werld's Columbian Exposition
Wevyy tS6? "E'P1 for yur money. delivery of thesecoins
0tfe0re Poanber. There Is no expend to you aS-
iftif$oa f the .Coins. 15 send them toyoar
2" J for 2ny reaso? lt k '"convenient for you to subscribe
send Postofficeor Express Money Order or Registered Letter for as
many corns as you wish with instructions how to send them toyou to
TREASURER WORLD'S "COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION
Ordsr will ks Filled la ths Ordsr la which tksjr ars Rsosiv4,
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 Vials) Sevanty-five Cent.
Ona Package (Four Boxes) Two Dollars,
Ripans Tabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
For free lample addreti
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
; Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
i ent business conducted for Moocratc Fcts.
Iousj office is Opposite u. S. patent Offic
I and we can secure patent iu less time than thote
i 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," with
' cost of same in the V. S. and foreign countries
sent free. Address,
Sa 4ajaW VV ls VS Ws
Opp. Patent Office, Washington, D. C.
In the County Court of the State ol
Oresjon, for Clatsop County.
In the matter of the' estate of John L.
Notiee is hereby elven that the un
derslt,, administratrix of the csUitt
of Jelin L. Folden, has filed In tht-
above entitled court her final account
as administratrix of the above entitled
estate, and t!:e court has set Monday,
May 1st, ISM, 1 o clock p. m., at the
court hou.'ie In aaid county and state,
as the time and place for hearing said
rinal account. All persons Interested
In said estate are notified to then and
there appear and show cause, if any.
n-r,y the said Recount should not be al
lowed and the administratrix dls
KAftRM C. FOLDEN.
Administratrix of the estate of John
L. Folden, deceased.
for a Dollar.
Leav'ng Portland, 8:45 AM.
" " 7:30 PM.
1 DAYS TO
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Quicker to Gmaha and
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din
ASTORIA AND SAN FRANCISCO
Oregon Tuesday Aprl 4.
Columbia Mitiiriiny AitII 8.
Htato WtMtni'Sday April 12.
Oregon Suti'liiv April 1H.
Columbia I hursrtBV April 20.
Hate Monilav April 2-1.
Oreijon Friday April 28.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMER3
Morning boat leaves Astoria daily, except
Sunday, at 6 s. in.; returning, leaves Portland
Hally, except Saturday, at 8 ii. in. Night boat
eaves Atloria dally, except Hun'lay, ate p. m.;
' tiiruli L'leHVeaPortlHiiildHllv.exci-ptHiindiiy,
it? a. in. 1'lie morning boat from Vu tland mnks
aiidlngson the Oregon side Tuesdays, Thurs
lay.H.iui.i Saiurdays; on WasMigton sideMon-
the moruliig boats m;.kcs landlngi- on the Ore-
phut iMiiniinys, tt cuununvs ana rriaavs,
lllfl fill t.hA Wltthil Oltn ki.la YiittH....a l...
. ...... n.,,, .uwuai,,
lays and Saturda.
r or rates and geteral lnfoimatlon call on or
H. HURLBURT, G. W. LOUN8BEKRY.
A. Geo. Kas. Act. Aeent
Fortland, Or. Astoria, Or.
Is tbe line to take to all
it is the DIKING CAR ROUTE
It offers the best service, com
SPEED am! COMPORT
It U the ropul-T route with those vtho
wi-li to travel ou
It ts teefore (be ioiie j(u fhru'd
tiike. It runs tlnout li vtstibuled
tnui.s eveiy iluy in the year to
No Charge of Cars,
Slegant Pullman Sleip rs,
upfrior Tourist Slffpcru,
lilcndH Free Sf c ond-claf s Sleepers.
Only one change of cars
Portland to New York
To Any Tart of tue Ivil'zed world.
Passengers ticketed via !1 boats runnim
between AhU.na, k alaina SLd Portland.
Full Information eoneeruine rates, time o:
al. rnut.es and other details furnished on
R. L NOLF.
Steamer Teleplione Pock.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First 8t..ccr. WaMungtoa,
i HE : OKFtiON : HAKEET
Good Bread Cakes and Pestrr.
None but tbe test Materials used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customs. .
Bread delivered In any psrtof tbs city
Heavy and 8kali
C&rVY In r lo-'k
Vagons and Vehicles,
Fsm Marhinery, Paints. ':il. Varnishes,
Lotlicera' Supplies, Kahbeuk s Males,
Door aud Wincowv
FLOCR tnd HILL IIV.
AST0SU, - OBEWO.