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MILLER'S DAUGHTER. By Char-
)(itte Mi, Broome, author of "Dora
THE BLACK TULIP. By Alexander
THE DUCHESS. By "The Durness."
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Mr, GILFIL'S LOVE STORY. By
A SCARLET SIN. By Florence Mar
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Sir E. Bulwer Lytton.
Mr. MEESON'S WILL. By H. Rider
JENNY 1IARLOWE. By W. Clark
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Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora
THE RUSSIAN GIPSY. By Alexan
THE WANDERING HEIR. By
FLOWER AND WEED. By Miss
M. E. Braddon.
NO THOROUGHFARE. By Charles
Dickens and Wllkle Collins.
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The following la the report for the
year ending June 9, 1303:
Number of months taught. 10; num
ber of days taught, 1SS; total number
of days' attendance, 9,410; number of
boys enrolled, 32; number of girls en
rolled, 37; total number of pupils en
rolled,' 09; average number belonging,
C1.0; average dally attendance for
This school Includes all grades, from
the chart class to the eighth grade,
but all have worked In harmony to the
expressed (satisfaction of the patronB
and of the directors, and a marked ad
vancement Is noticeable In all the
classes. Mrs. Williams has ably flsHlnt
ed In teaching all through the term.
Many of the parents have shown their
appreciation by their frequent visits
and wordd of encouragement.
The attendance and punctually have
been remarkable, the pupils themselves
being very eament In these respects.
Most of tho tardiness ha been by the
members of two or three families.
Florence Goddard, Allle Goddard, Ar
thur Agren, Tlllle Williams, and George
Olson are placed on the roll of honor
for being present every day for the
whole ten months, while Annie Haaven,
Ella A. Nelson, and Tina Peterson were
neither absent nor tardy while mem
bers of the school. Several others were
absent only a few days on account of
We have had several public literary
entertainments which were all well at
tended, the closing one on Friday be
ing among the best. But the final clos
ing exercise was a Demorest medal
contest by members of the school, as
Song, "Happy Beulah Land,".... School
Song, "Don't Go Out Tonight,"....
Contestant No. 1, "The Cry of Today,"
No. 2, "Not Dead Nor Dying,"....
Song, "Stay at Home Tonight,"....
Ellen Hess and May Young
No. 3, "The Rumseller's Legal Right,"
No. 4, "You Can Stop It If You Will,"
Song, "Father Is Drinking Again.
No. 6, "In the Bushel or in the Jug,"
No. 6, "Prohibition Warriors Form
In Line," Mabel Williams
Remarks and Presentation of the
Medal to Contestant No. 6, by
the Judges, J. A. Rnnnells, Liz
zle Scott and Lucy Morton
Song, "Vacation Song," School
All did exceedingly well. The medal
was awarded to contestant Number 6.
ALBERT WILLIAMS, Teacher.
ALONG THE WHARVES.
The staunch and trim Telephone yes
terdny mode the run from Portland to
Kalama (forty miles) In one hour and
fifty-five minutes. The trip Included
two landings. At this rate the Tele
phone could make the trip from Port'
land to Astoria In four and a half
hours. Captain Crang was In the pi
lot bouse and Evans was engineer.
The Haytian Republic finished dls'
charging her coal lost night, and leaves
this morning. for Portland with the 161
Chinese passengers. Considering the
nformatlon received In Washington rel
atlve to the Invalidity of the claims of
the Mongolians, It la not thought that
Mr. Lotan will admit a large propor-
lon of them.
The steamer Truckee leaves
Francisco for this port today.
The steamer Ocean Wave came down
from Portland yesterday .afternoon
and crossed to Ilwoco.
The British hlp Cralgorne, hence
for Queenstown for orders, was spoken
In latitude 19 north, longitude 42 west
on the 13th of May.
Tho Bhlp Reaper received lumber and.
The Western Belle will take a dock
load of small sixirs and lumber to
New York. A number of the former
were received on board yesterday.
Tho barge load of ore from Port
TowiiBcnd ft the Linton Smelting
Works, arrived In port yesterday, hav
ng been towed to the bar by the
tug Mogul, and then taken In charge
by tho Wallowa There are 700 tons
of ore on boaiM.
Aiinronos of tho tran fishing suit It
Is observed that the game and fish
protector Is not confined to the Justice
courts In prosecuting offenders. The
act of February 22, 1893, creating the
office of game and fish protector and
defining his powers and duties, gives
him two methods of procedure. Sec
tion S empowers him to direct any dls
trlct attorney to begin prosecution of
offenders in the district court In which
offenses are committed. Tho dls
toilet attorney . has no option
In the matter, and must act
If so directed. The other procedure
Is defined In section 8, which empowers
the game and fish protector or any
other peace officer or deputy In the
state to arrest without warrant any
persons violating the statutes for the
protection of game, fish and song birds,
and take them before a magistrate.
ho must try them without delay,
Tho salmon run yesterday was very
poor, Judged by the returns nt some of
the canneries. At George & Barker'
three or four boats were "skunked," or,
In plain English, got no fish, while
many others brought In but few. The
average was very low, and the same
eport was received. Irom several of
the other canneries.
Some tlmo ago a barber of Ornian
birth came to this city and interviewed
vera! of tha tonsorlal artists with a
view to purchasing the good-will of
an established house, and among others
called upon was Mr. Fchoene. of the
Occident Hotel, who talked with his
conntryninn. but refused tr f out.
A few days r.sro Mr, fVho-Mi, rev-hod n
letter from a sister In Germany, and
from It he learned that It was an old
schoolmate who had called upon him.
The two left school some time In the
sixties, branching out to make a living
for themselves, and both decided to
learn the barber's trade. They had
never met or heard of each other In
The following letter has been re
ceived by Miss Powell, of the Oliver
Wendell Holmes Society of Court street
Boston, May 26, 1893.
My dear Madam: It gives me great
pleanuro to learn that your school Is to
do me the honor of devoting an hour
or two to the conspiration of my
I hope your scholars may find some
thing in them to pay them for their
trouble and I assure them that they
have my thanka and my heartlesit
Very truly yours,
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
J. W. Crow, successor to Ryan
& Co., D37 Third street, have Just
received a full line of 1893 patterns
In wall paper, and comprising all the
latest designs and shades, at the low
est prices. Call and see them. 1
.1. W. Thompson, organist at, tho M.
E. church, wishes to take a few more
pupils In music, piano or organ. Ad-
drvss, Astor street.
FREE I FREE ! FREE !
Ice cream and coffee served free to
day at A. V. Allen's made wlLh St
Charles Evaporated Cream. Step In
and try It
Buckleu'i Arnica Naive.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, plcera, Bait rheum, fever
sores, tetter, cnappea nanus, chilblains,
corns, ana an sum eruptions, ana positive
ly cures iilleH, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satlBfae
Hon or money refunded. Price 25 cents
oer box. For sale by (Jhas. Rogers, suc
cessor to j. u. uemenr.
In the matter of the estate of Sarah
E. Coffman, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of Clatsop County, Ore
gon, administrator of the estate of Sa
rah E. Coffman, deceased. :
All persons having claims apalnst
said estate will present them to me at
my olllce In Astoria, Oregon, duly au
thenticated within six months from this
, W. W. PARKER.
A. R. Kanaga, Attorney for adminis
1893. . ,.
Dated at Astoria. Oregon, April 4th,
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. has
neon usea ror children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind chollc, and
Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists througnout the world.
A Sure Cure for Piles. .
Itching Piles a.e known by moisture
lllco perspiration, causing Intense Itching
when warm. This form, as well as Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to
Dr. Hosanko's pile Remedy, which acts
directly on the parts affected, absorbs
tumors, auays itcning and effects
permanent cure. 60c. Druggist or mall.
Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W.
All persons having claims against
tne estate of P. W. Larsen. deceased
are requested to present them to me
at tho office of J. Q. A. Bowlby in As
toria, Oregon, within six months from
May 31, 1S93.
MARIA C. LARSEN,
Notice Is hereby given that I have
been appointed administrator of the es
tate of Thomas Shay deceased. All
persons Indebted to said estate, we no
tllled to pay the same to me, at the
oiiice or iioiiu & Parker, at Astoria.
Oregon, forthwith; and nil persons hav
ing claims against sold estate, are
hereby notified to present the same to
me, nt the above place, within six
months rrom the date hereof.
F. L. PARKER,
Administrator of the above estate.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 13th
day of May, 1893.
We nuthorlzn our advertised druggist
to sell l.r. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs, and Colds, upon this
condition. If you are afflicted with a
lough, t old, or any Lung, Throat or
Chest trouble, and will use this remedy
as directed, giving It a fair trial, and ex
perience no benefit, you may return the
bottle nnd have your money refunded.
We could not make this offer did we
not know flint Dr. King's New Discovery
could be relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free nt Chns. Rogers Druir
Store. Large size 50 cts. and $1.00
STIMULATE THE BLOOD.
Brandreth's pills are the great blood
purifier. They are a purgative and
blood tonic, they act equally on the
bowels, the kidneys, and the skin, thus
clenslng the system by the natural
outlet of the body they may be called
the purgative sudorllio and diuretio
medlcinei. They stimulate the blood
so as to enable nature to throw off all
morbid humors, and cure disease no
matter by what namo It may be called.
One or two of them taken every night
will prove an Infallible remedy.
Sold In every drug and medicine store
either plain or sugar coated.
I hereby give notice that my. wife
has left my bed and board without
Just cause or provocation, and I will
not be responsible for anv bill she may
contract C. A. HENRICKSON.
Juno 8, 1S93, Ft Stevens. Or.
Use Zlnfandel wine Intead of coffee or
tea. 60 cents per gallon. Dont forset
Peach and apricot brandy, also French
Cognac and wine at Alex. (Gilbert's.
LA Posifoa Cure
III use o-r SO jf-nr.
minimi. At dpimtlM.
E ; -; ; I' I , ei.,
ond all the trnln of
from early en-urn or lnUr
overwoi k, n l c k u t g a
duveUtpinoiit iciui luuo
given io every organ and
Sort I on of tho body.
explanation and pnxtfg
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO, N. Y.
A new nd eomnletn treatment, consisting ol
suppositories, ointment in capsules, aiso in
box slid fills; a positive cure for asternal, In
temnl blind or hlcudlnir. ltchlntr. chronic.
reei, nt or hereditary ulles. and many ether
diseases and female weaknesses; It is always a
rcat benelit to the genera! liealtli. J lie urst
Iscovcrv of a medical cure reiidorine an oner-
lien with the knife unnecessary hereafter
1 hit remedy lias never been Known to law.
it per box, 6 for 5; sent by mail. Why eull'er
from tills terrible disease when a written guar
antee is riven with 9 boxes, to refund the
money if not eured. Send (lamps fur free
sample. Guarantee Issued by Woodward
Clark & Co., Wholesale and Retail DnieKists
Sole Agents Portland, Or. For sale by J, W
Coun. Astoria Oregon.
FOR A DOSE
. A WORD TO LADIES.
These nrr no differor.t In taste, smell and notion
from other j- t hat thrv imifht bo called a medicated
confection. Lrdftisiiftcr)iK from hoodaches and
tnow whd .Liow complexions v no oaunot irko
ordinary jOli nro dcllahtod with them. JThey
make tho akin bmutifrl, free from blotches and
piuipjca, tOc, MkUko Sled. Co.. Philadelphia, Pa.
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggiit
These tiny Capsules nro superior
to Bal3am of Copaiba,
Cubcba and Injections, (fffj
They cure in 48 hours the Vy
same diseases without any incon
venience, SOLD BYALLDRUGCMSTS
Astoria Lodge No. 50, A. O. V. W.
"II TEETH EVERY FRIDAY H.VENINO AT
1I 8 o'clock ill the Odd Fellows' Hall. So
journing and vIsitiiiK brethren cordially in
vlted, J- r. KUOJiKS, Kecordor.
Scandinavian Benevolent Society.
. EGUI.AU MEETlNdH OK THIS SOCIKTTf
tU at their rooms ill Pythian building ut iiilit
D eiticK ,r. m.. on lite second anu lounu tues-
dayi of each nionili,
AUU. DA.NIEI.SOr Seoretiuy.
. Ocean Kucumpme-.t Mo. 13, 1. O. O. F
nKOlTIiAK MEETINGS OF OOKAN EN-
Lti campmeitt No. in. I. O. O. V., at the lodire
In the Odd Kellews Biilliliiic, at seven P. M.
on the second and fotirlb Mondays of e;ieli
moM.li. Hojniirntnu nretiiren eindimiy 'i.viten
By order 1',
Astom tunluing & Loan Association
milE KEUUJM It MEETINGS OF THIS APSO
L elation am held Hi 8 v. M. ou the llrst
Wedneslity of each men lb. ORlco on (lenevievc
street. nuui oi i.ucnainii.
W. L. KOI1B,
KEGULAR MEETINGS, FIRST AND
!ird Tucsrt iy pvnlliRS of e:'h mouth
tt It o'clock.
e-rersons desiring to tiuvu rentiers acted upon
by tlie (Joiiuoll, ut any regular meetnm must
nresKiit the samf to the Auditor mid Clerk.
on or before the Friday eveninir irior to the
rumdav mi which the Council holds its tviruiar
meetinx. K. OSBUKN,
Auditor ana t once jikiko.
Hoard nt I'llot Commissioners.
flllf i"' REIiUI.AU MKKTINOHOFTHI8 HOARD,
J will bo held on I ho Urst Mondny, of each
mouth at 10 a. rn. at llio ollii'e of Knbb & Far
kor. W. L. KOIIIl, 8ec
BOOTS AM SHOES
Tlie Largest Sloek, Best, quality an 1
lowest rrlces at tho Sign of
The Golden Shoe.
3ia;mm c. orosky,
HAIIDWA11E, IRON, STKEL,
IROM PIPK AND KITUVCS.
STOVKS AND - TINWARE,
House Furnishing Goods, Sheet l-ead s: rip .
Lead, Sheet Iron, Tin wnd tVpnei
ASTORIA u: vu;its,
Oonconily street, loot dacksoii,
Astoria, Ore ou.
cncral Hacliinist? & Hoilcr Men
Land and Mnne K-'i'lue. R 'tier work, S' cam-
beat andCauoer out atipeoiiuty
Cutitsga of All Caasriptioni Mail ta Ordar tt
JOl.N FOX lreldent and Snp-
, u fox .. ...ice rresuieii
TJv eclcbmted Alpine Safes kept In stork at
the 474, TMrri St., Iteal Ktnt Office. War
ranted u good ai the best. Terms very easy
W. O. CASsELU Agent.
WILLIAM WILSON, Prop.
FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE
Gfnenil Express and Dellrery Business.
V6 Olney stiwt. Stat'les fit of West
Ninth si, Astoria. Telephone No. .
I f . .i 1 r LI. Tiffin
NOTICE TO POLICT HOLDERS
Of the withdrawal from the state of
Oregon of the State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
Notice Is hereby given to all persons
In the State of Oregon holding
policies in the State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
California, and to all other persons In
terested, that the said company has
reinsured Its business in the State of
Oregon, In the Fireman's Fund Insur
ance Company, of San Francisco. Call
fornla, and has filed notice thereof with
tne secretary of state, of said state,
and proposes to withdraw Its securi
ties on deposit with the treasurer there
of, ana to cease doing business In said
Any policy holder in the State of
Oregon, or any other person having
claims against sam insurance comDanv.
are hereby notified to file the same with
secretary of tate of the state of Or
egon, within six (0) months from the
date or the publication of this notine.
This notice Is given pursuant to the
provision or an act of the legislative as
sembly of the state of Oregon, entitled
"An act to amend Sections 3564,, 3568
ana 3580, or Chapter L, of tho Mlscel
laneous Laws of Oregon, aa Compiled
anu jvunoiateu Dy vv. Jair Will." Ap
proved ieuruary zii, iss'j.
THE STATE INVESTMENT
AND INSURANCE CO.
By George L. Brander.
Attest; cnarles M. Blair,
To whom It may concern.All persons
having claims against the estate of
Henry Powell, deceased, are requested
to present; xnem to the undersigned ex,
ecutrix of the last will and twsta.
ment of deceased at the office of Judge
Bowlby in Astoria, Oregon, within six
montns irom aate,
Astoa, Or., April 12th, 1893. 16-5t
Notice Is herehv irlvpn that r,iranni
to and by virtue of the order of the
honorable county court of the state of
Oregon for the countv of Marlon rtiil-a
made and entered of record by said
uuun on me zstn day, February, 1893,
the undersigned administrator of tho
estate of W. J. Herron deceased, will
on the 1st day of July, 1893, at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said date at
the front door of the court house, in
the city of Astoria, In the county of
uulisop. in saia matp. mm at nnhiin oaio
to the hlehfest biddpr for rash tha tn-
i i i .. - '
lowing aescriDea real estate belonging
io uie estate or saia aeceased, to wit:
Lots numbered nine f9 tpn Mm AWan
(11) and twelve (12), In block number
one nunarea ana thirty-eight (138), In
town (now city) of Astoria, as laid out
ana mupDea ana recorapn nv John ivt
oniveiy, in uiaisop county, Oregon.
Dated May 29, 1893.
3. J. HWAW
Administrator of tho Rstnto nt w T
In the Circuit Court of the State of
uregon, ror the County of Clatsop.
C. H. Page. Plaintiff, vs. J. H. D.
uray, Liaura w. Gray. j. o. a. Bowl
by, Wiley Ballew as executors of the
last will and testament of Louis Wil
son Deceased and the Astoria Box
By virtue of an execution and order
or sale Issued out of and under the sale
of the above entitled court in the
above entitled cause on the 29th day of
May 1893, upon a decree of foreclosure
and judgment duly made and rendered
therein on the 22nd day of May 1S93,
which said execution and order of
sale was to me directed and de
livered, I did on the 31st day of
May, 1893, levy upon all tho right,
title, claim and lntereest of the
above named defendants In and to the
following described rpal estate, to-wit:
Lots number six (C), seven (7),
twenty (20) twenty-one (21), twenty-two
:) ana twenty-three (23), of tract
numbered ono (1), and lot thirty-two
(32), of tract numbered two (2). all of
ana in mock numbered twenty-seven.
In Olney'a addition to the Town of As
toria as laid out and recorded by J, G.
Hustler and H. S. Aiken, executors and
devisees of the last will and testament
of Cyrusi Olney, deceased, as said
block Is sub-divided and recorded bv
J. H. D. Gray and recorded by him in
plat book, numbered one, at page num
ber 26, Record of Town or City Plats,
In and for the county of Clatsop, and
State of Oregon, and all of said land
being In said county and state.
and I shall on Monday the 3d day of
July, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m., of said day ,ln front of the county
court house door, In the City of As
toria In said county and state, proceed
to sell tho same, or so much thereof as
shall be sufficient to satisfy the sum
of $892.41 with Interest on said sum
from May 2d, 1S93, until paid, and the
further sum of $22.60, costs and dis
bursements, and the accruing costs of
this suit, at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash In hand In United
States gold coin at time of sale.
H. A. SMITH,
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Or.
Dated Astoria, Or., May 81, 1893.
The success of f! G-at CoK C:r
wlthout a parallel t n- v. to,- . r -, .. -; ..
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y its aw liiouwitijn of cun t o! ihe meet kmc
aaa rioDir siauo.iiisr hare ivn rired. ln-1, ea.
bo iimm is my in it enii acy, Ihst I nil.
fv'tid Tro botii.i r, 15, iia a VALUABLK
TKKA'ri""K c Uo' die to T enuVrvr wbe
Wiil euni mo i5 ir i.tpre ai,tt F. O. &Mre.
U the line to take to all
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers the best service. coiiTfl
SPEED and COMFORT
It Is the populnr route with the who
wbli to travel on
It is therefore the route you nhoiild
take. It runs through vrstihnU-d
trains every day in the year to
ST. PAUL AND ODWA'GO
No Change of Cars,
Superior Tourist Sleepers,
Splendid Free Secoud-elass Sleepers, .
Only one change of ears
Portland to New York
To Any Part of tne civilized umlil
Passengers' ticketed via. all boats mnnlm
between Ahtoria, Kulnma and Forllaud.
r"ull Information concerning rales, time o.
trail i, routes nnd other Uittails fumlehwl o,
Steamer Telephone Dock.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First Kt..cor. WaMiiiiBton,
leav ng Portland, 8:45 AM.
I DAYS TO
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Quickerto Omaha and
Kansas City. '
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din
ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO
Columbia Wednesday Jin e T.
r-tale Sundav June li.
Oregon 'I hiirsday June in.
Cilunihla Monday .Tunc In.
-tnte Friday June S3.
Oregon Tuesday June 27.
Colu::itia Nituriiiy July l. .
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERS
Mornlntr boat leaves Astoria dailv. excent
Sunday, at 6 a. in.; returning, leaves Portland
daily, except Katurday, utSn. in. Night boat
leaves Astoria dally, except Sunday, nt 0 p. in.:
p-turiiii-K leaves Portland daily, except Sunday,
at 7 a. in. The morning boat from Pol Hand makes
landings on tne Oregon side Tuesdays, Thurs
days, and Saturdays ; on Wasliiiiglon'side Mon
davs Wednesdays and Fridays. Krnin Astoria
the morning boats mnkes lauding ou the Ore
gon side Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
and on the Washington tide TueMlavs. Thurs
days and Saturday, b.
For rates and general Infoi illation call ou or
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Portland, Or. . Astoria, Or.
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Good Bread Cakes and Prstrr.
None but the .est Materials used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Custcmp.
Bread delivered In any part of the ctty
Ueavr and Shelf
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Wagons an. Vehicles,
Farm Machinery, Paints. '!il. Varnish.
Lojrger' Si-.vp5lcc Kaiibsiik'a "-'calcs.
Doors and Wim.ows.
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