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THE BELLE OF LYNN; or THE
MILLER'S DAUGHTER. By Chax
lctte M, Braeme, author of "Dora
THE BLACK TULIP. By Alexander
THE DUCHESS. By "The Duchess."
NURSE REVEL'S MISTAKE. By
MERLE'S CRUSADE. By Rosa Nou
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ROCK RUIN; Or, THE DAUGH
TER OF THE ISLAND. By Mrs. Ann
LORD LISLE'S DAUGHTER. By
Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora
THE ARMORER OF TYRE. By Syl
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Mr, QILFIL'S LOVE STORY. By
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Sir E. Bulwer Lytton.
Mr. MEESON'S WILL. By H. Rider
JENNY HARLOWE. By W. Clark
BEATON'S BARGAIN. By Mrs.
THE SQUIRE'S DARLING. By
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 Colllus.
THE GREAT HOGGARTY DIA
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THE LAZY MAN.
I'm the laziest chap, I reckon, that a
feller ever seen
Feel drowsy at the tinkling o' a bell or
Warn't never built fer runntn' where
the revenue la foun';
I'm what you'd call "a lazy un" Jes'
made fer lyln' roun'!
Contented? Mighty right, I am! When
spring winds whistle sweet
In the meddera where the daisies dot
the carpet at yer feet;
Where tho nestin' birds arc chlrpin'.
where the brook Is full o' play
An runs along, o-laughin' at the lilies
In Its way;
You'll find me almos' any time a-lyln
at my ease,
With tho lull-song o' the locus' an the
drowsy drone o' bees
Above me and around me; I'm a rhym
er, In my way,
An' I'd rather hear the tlrds sing than
to ehoot 'em, any day!
"Job' laziness," they tell mo, an' 1
reckon they are right;
With tho mockln' blrda In day-tlmo on'
thei whip-poor-wills at nlghtl
But different folks has different minds,
an drink a different cup:
When I'm talkln' ter the lilies they're
a plowin' of 'em up!
My flel's a pastur' fer the cows, an'
though It never pays,
It's a powerful source o' pleasure Jes'
ter the creeturs grazed
The tinkle, tinkle o" the bells is such a
But I'm a lazy chap, you know, Jes'
made fer lyln' roun'!
Frank L. Stanton, In Atlanta Con
List of Jiettci-s Unclaimed at the As
" ; torla Postofllce.
In applying for the letters referred
to herein state when advertised.
Abrahamson.Sofanias Anderson, Louis
Uackland, Charles Biggs, J. V.
Brown. Chnrles BottKer. John A.
Bradford, II. M. . Christiansen, Annie
Colvln, P. O. Corcoran, John
Colo, Ross Dlmmitt, W. E.
Elrey, Chas. Gilmore Eva
Halden, W. HUler, R.
Hubbard, Mrs L. H. Hunter, David
Jackson,. Fired. Jaaobson&I'lummer
Janson, Gus & A. Jones, J; A.
Kin, Mrs. Ida A. Krants, John
Lou I a, George H. Mathews, Mrs. J. E,
McMann. T. A. McKechnie, H.
Norman, Thoa P. Parrott, Capt. W. E
Peterson, Henry Rogers, Wm.
Ruggles, Geo. Shato, H. L.
Smith, Miss Mary Tuvel, Capt.
A. Nilsson, Baker, Oskar
Karttunen, Davettl Llbeck, Wlktor G.
Maatta, Adolf H. Nllson, Lars D.
Pedersen.Hendrlk DPeterson, Henry
Sclater, James SJosten, Emil
Tackabery, J. D.
JAMES W. HARE, P. M.
WHAT ARE HOUSEHOLD DUTIES?
A thorough knowledge of all that Is
thought necessary for good housekeep
ing, and tha manual labor Included,
are too often accepted as tho sum to
tal of all that Is called household du
ties. This Is, unquestionably, very Im
portant, and demands a clear and
definite knowledge of every importr
ant Item. But It is a great mistake to
rest satisfied that this Is' all. It Is but
a very small part of the duties which,
wa think, every good housekeeper
should be accepted by her..
To keep every part of the house
spotlessly clean, or Ha direct servants
so as to secure such result to have
the whitest and most delicious bread
tho tendorest pnstry the sweetest but
terto knit and sew to wash and iron
not tha easiest things ,to accomplish.
She who is capable of doing, or secur
ing this done, has begun well. It is
(if imnl lmiHirtanco, and quite Indls
pensible., yet it Is but rudimentary, lay
ing only a small pontlon of the foun
r (topping here, tho house
keeper Is satisfied that It is enough to
prova herself capable; of performing
this part of her duties In nn unexcep
tional manner, let her remember that
a hlrllng might bo found who not for
love, but a suitable compensation can
accomplish all this equally well. But
there aro higher duties belonging to
her portion, tho performance of which
no money can secure.
To build a house t hero is much
more to bw done than to dig the cellar
It must be walled up, and to do this
the stone or brick, and the mortar to
hold nil together securely, must be pro
vided. Is that till? No. The founda
tions nro to be laid, whatever the nrn-
terlal, all must ba held fast by some
eitrong, adhesive powder. On this foun
dation tha walls gradually nscend. But
can they stand unaided? The beams,
tho Joists, the lathes, the nails and
planter, all are indispensable.
If, then, all ithls fitness and adhesion
aa-o absolutely necesmry when one
builds a house of Inanimate substances,
how much more so when one attempts
to construct a household of sentient
living materials In which, more than In
any oiher structure, every part has Us
own Individual Importance, and to be
perfect, every part must be harmoni
ously blended, for on this harmony
the whole depends for beauty, sym
metry and strength almost for exis
tence, As this building rises in Mir
proportions, you will soon learn that Its
aafoty must depend on the strength
and durability of the adhesive prop
erties of each Individual pJirt, fr tlur
alone cun bind It Indlssolubly together.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beeoher In Gui," '.
T W. Thompson, organist at tho M.
V.. church, wishes to take ft few more
pupils In mufle. piano or organ. Ad
i.'ss, Astor street.
DtH-kleu's Arnica Salve.
Th beft satve In the world for ciita.
br.ilK,-. Frea, piers. K.v.l "" ". r
aotvs teller, chnpped hands, chilblains.
cirr.B, and nil sMu ei upturn, and p;itU."
Iv cure piles, or no pnv rvquu.'tl. n
la jimrnntwd to t;1v p. rf.x t til!sfae
tlon or inonev refmid.-l. l'H'-e ni
i. r box. I.r 'i. ao 1 y Chua. Itvts, sue-
tin... a-S-IVWjf' W-. . uri
Give a three months old baby io
In the matter of the estate of Sarah
E. Coffman, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned ha been appointed by the
County Court of Clatsop County, Ore
gon, administrator of the estate of Sa
rah K. Coffman, deceased.
All persons having claims against
said estate will present them to ine at
my office in Astoria, Oregon, duly au
thenticated within six months from this
W. W. PARKER.
A. R. Kanaga, Attorney for adminis
Dated nt Astoria, Oregon, April 4th,
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind chollc, and
is tho best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
A Sure Cure lor Mm,
Itching Tiles a.e known by moisture
like perspiration, causing Intense Itching
when warm. This form, as well as Wind,
Hleedlns or Protruding, yield at once to
l)r. liosanko's Pile liemedy, which acts
directly on the parts affected, absorbs
tumors, allays Itching and effects a
permanent cure. 60c. Druggist or mall.
Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 329 , Arch
street, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W.
AH persons having claims against
the 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
this date. , .
May 31, 1S93.
i 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, are'no
tlfled to pay the same to me, at the
office of Robb & Parker, at Astoria,
Oregon, forthwith; and all persons hav
ing claims against sold estate,' are
hereby notified to present the same to
me, at the above place, within six
months from the date hereof.
F. L. PARKER,
Administrator of the above estate.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 13th
day of May, 1893.
We authorize our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs, and Colds, upon this
condition. If you are afflicted with a
Cough, Cold, or any Lung, Throat or
ChCHt trouble, and will use this remedy
as directed, clvlmr It a fulr trial, and ex
perience no benellt, you may return the
bottle and have your money refunded.
Wo could not mnke this offer did we
not know that Dr. Klns s New Discovery
could be relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Chas. KOKers' Drug
Store. Large size 50 cts. and $1.00 .
STIMULATE THE BLOOD.
Brandrcth's pills are the great blood
puiiiler. They are a purgative and
blood tonic, they act equally on tne
bowels, the kidneys, and the skin, thus
clensing the system by the natural
outlet of tho body they may be called
tho purgative sudorific and diuretic
medkino. They stimulate the blood
so as to enable nature to throw oft all
morbid humors, and cure disease no
matter by what name It may be called.
One or two of them taken every night
will prove n,n 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 bo responsible for any bill she may
Contract. C. A. HENRICKSON.
June 8, 1803, Ft. Stevens,-Or. .
Use Zlnfanflel wine lntead of coffee or
tea. 60 cents per gallon. Dont foncet
Peach and apricot brandy, also French
Cognac and wine at Alex. Gilbert's.
amt all ihe train of ertl
fromwirly error or laU'r
rXCt'IHMMt, tUtt IVKUltH of
tWitlopiDflut atitt t'ine
ITtvtn to every oran ami
S.rtiort of tho bolr,
iip.plp, natural metlW
?M UtifttUm and pivof
ERIE KEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO, N. Y.
DSTTOfl'S MftwV Cun.
1 L kI f-l I l-f"
("I K l 4 O""'. T.rrux t
ij u3t-3 Uh-nluls. At UniCKiain,
r iiiia-i on itv.rt ur
n ' ii v r.-J I tin (.,
XJr 'IjL'-'S wf k-31 ' ,,VI" l.iiiii..re. ML
Are a great blessing. All children
will be perfectly rugged and healthy
if raised on the
GAiL BORDEii EAGLE BIWIID
Condensed Milk, for it is the most
nourishing, rich and natural food
for infants that can be found. Re
member the Eagle brand.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
to 12 parts water to one of Eagle condensed milk.
A new and complolo treatment, cotiHtstlng ol
uppoKltorlt'H, ointment In capsules, also in
box and wills; a positive euro fur external, In
tenia! blind or bleeding, Itching, chronic,
recent or hereditary piled, aud many other
disease and female weaknesses; it la always a
treat benefit to the Be ne ml health. The Hrst
uiswvery of a medical cure rendering an oper
tlon with tho knife unnecessary hereafter
This remedy has ncvci' been known to fail,
tl pel box, B for $.1; sent by mall. Why sutler
from this icrrlble disease when a written guar
antee is elven with 0 boxes, to refund the
money if not cured, Send stamps for free
ample, ffiiuranteo Issued by Woodward
Clark & Co., Wliolesule amt Retail Druggists
Polo Audits Portland, Or. For sale by J. W.
Conn. Astoria Oregon.
FOR A DOSE
A WORD TO LADIES.
Theso pills nro ao different in tacto, smell and notion
from others, that they might bo called a medicated
oonfection. Lfldiea BuflcrtitR from headaches and
those with tmllow complexions who cnuuot take
ordinary pills ore delighted with them. They
make the nkin beautiful, free from blotches and
pi hi plea. Soo. Soaauko Ucd, Co.. Fniladslphia, Fa.
For sale by J. "W. Conn, Druggist,
Theso tiny Capsules are superior j
to Balsam of Uopalba, y
Cubebs and Injections, I
They cure la 43 hours the
same diseases without any incon
venience. SOLD BYALLDRUGCUSTS
Astoria Wlee No. 50, A. O. U. W.
1 f EET3 EVERY FRIDAY tVENING AT
1L 8 o'eloek in Iho Odd Fellows' Hull. So
journing and ylsitiuir brethren cordially in
vited, J.T. KOUKHS, Iteeorder.
Scandlnaviau Benevolent Society.
JLJEOULAR MEETINGS OKTniS SOCIETS
IlU at their rooms in Pythian buildlnK at elisht
K'ci.)olt p. m.. on the secouil aud tourtli Tues
day i of eacB inoii ill,
. AUG. DANIELSON Secretary.
Ocuan Encamp me-, t No. 13, 1. 0. O. F
REUUXAK MEETINGS OK WEAN EN
caiupmmit No. 13. 1. . O. F., at the Lotlge
In the Oild PellowN Buildlnp, at nevn r. M.,
tht.xncoiid and fourth Mondays of eiicli
iicmtli Snloiin.lii hrillirm oordihlly It.vlteil,
Hvor.'.ii . 0.1.
Astoria Building & lioun AssooiatioD
rrill It EUl'I.A It M EHTI NGS OP Til IS AKS( I
riMi.'ii a' held Hi 8 P. M. ou the fr.tl
Weci ei'ay of t-aeh inoMih. Olllceon (Jnnevleve
ntn-"!.. nouth ot riieimnms.
W. I RODB,
Common Council. .
REGULAR MEETINGS, FIRST AND
third Tuesday eveulimsof each month
at 8 o'clock.
MTTersons dinlrtug to have matters acted upon
by the Council, at any regular meetis; must
present the same to the Auditor and Clerk,
ou or before the Friday evening p'inr to the
Tuesday ou which the Council holds it" roirulat
meeting. K. OHBURN,
Auditor and l'ollce J udge.
Konrd of l'ilot CiiniiilRlolier.
riUlH REGULAR M KKTING8 OF 'I'll IS HOARD,
J will be held on tho ft rut Moiulny, of each
month at 10 a. m. at the office of Uohh & Far
ker. W. 1- liOUB. 8eo
303TS kSH SHOES
The LarKest Stock, Best liunltt inn1
Lowest I'rlees at the ih'" lf
flic (iohle.. Hlw .
XI. JX J. X JKT
MAXi:s . OICOSKY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
IllOV PIPK AND FITTINGS.
STOVES AND TINWARE,
House Furnishing Goods, Sheet I.co.1. Strip
Lead, Sheet Iron, Tin mid Copper.
Concomly street, toot Ja?ksou,
General Machiniste & Boiler takers
Imm and MarMie K..kli:e. B:illei work, tteam
bat and Ciumerv WorK aSpeo'Hlty
CnUDfs of all Deaoriptiona Mad io Order at
JOKN t-O.t........ -...rrcsldent and Sup
L. MX - Vice I'resldeti
T,. celehrstpd Alpine Sofes kept In stock at
tlie 474, TiUrt SU, Koal KMtnte Olllce. Wr
rautcdaagoodM the best. Terms Tery asy
W. C. CASHELL, Agcut,
ccli':.::!a transfer- co.,
WILLIAM 1VILAOX, Prop.
FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE
General Express and Delivery Itusines.
OiHee tl(l OlneT streot. Stables fool of West
Xiuta si. Astoria. Telcuuoue No. L
NOTICE TO POLICY 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 persona
In tha 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, Cali
fornia, and has filed notice thereof with
the secretary of state, of said state,
and proposes to withdraw Its securi
ties on deposit with the treasurer there
of, and .to cease doing business in said
Any policy holder In the State of
Oregon, or any other person having
claims against said insurance company,
are hereby notified to file the same with
secretary of tate of the state of Or-,
egon, within six (C) months from the
date of tho publication of this notice.
This notice Is given pursuant to the
provision of an act of the legislative as
sembly of the state of Oregon, entitled
"An act to amend Sections 3504., 3GC8
and 3580, of Chapter L, of the Miscel
laneous Laws of Oregon, as Compiled
and Annotated by W. Lair Hill." Ap
proved February 25, 1889.
THE STATE INVESTMENT
AND INSURANCE CO.,
By George L. Brander,
Attest; Charles M. Blair,
To whom it mav coneorn.All nersons
having claims against the estate of
Henry Powell, deceased, are requested
to present them to the undersigned ex
ecutrix o'f the last will and testa
ment of deceased at the office of Judge
Bowlby in Astoria, Oregon, within six
months from date,
Asto-ia, Or., April 12th, 1893. 16-5t
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant
to and by virtue of the order of the
honorable county court of the state of
Oregon for the county of Marlon, duly
mode and entered of record by said
court on the 28th day, February, 1893.
the undersigned administrator of the
estate of vv. J. Herron deceased, will
on the 1st day of July, 1893, at the
hour or io o'clock a. m. of said date at
the front door of the court house, in
the city of Astoria, In the county of
Clatsop, in said state, sfell at public sale
to tho highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing described real estate belonging
to tne estate or said deceased, to wit:
Lots numbered nine (9) ten (10) eleven
(11) and twelve (12), in block number
one hundred and thirty-eight (138), In
town (now city) of Astoria, as laid out
and mapped and recorded by John M,
Shlvely, In Clatsop county, Oregon.
Dated May 29, 1893..
J. J. SHAW,
Administrator of the Estate of W. J.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clatsop,
C. H. Page, Plaintiff, vs. J. H. D.
Gray, Laura W. Gray, J. Q. 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
of sole issued out of and under the sale
of the abovo 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 1893,
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 Intereest of the
above named defendants in and to the
following described real estate, to-wlt:
Lota number six (C), seven, (7),
twenty (20) twenty-one (21), twenty-two
(22) and twenty-three (23), of tract
numbered one (1), and lot thirty-two
(32), of tract numbered two (2), all of
and In block numbered twenty-seven,
In Olney's 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 Cyrus OIney, deceased, as said
block Is sub-divided and recorded by
J. H. D. Gray and recorded by him in
plat book, numbered one, nt page num
ber 2G, Record of Town or City riats,
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
Julv. 1S93. 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 the same, or so much thereof as
shall be sufficient to satisfy the sum
of $892.41 with interest on said sum
from May 2d, 1893. until paid, and the
further sum of J22.G0. costs and dis
bursements, and the accruing costs of
this suit, at public auction to tne nign
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 31, 1893.
The success of t'"i'' C'nh Cm
without n rsr.lM ''" ''":! -f K-l'- '
Allans 'ti :.ro ;..!;..- I.' ' -! 8 -
y it uw UiouMads of cute of the wont kite
iid of lur Handing h:m; Lira riueJ. Indeed,
to nnwit, i4 nir faiih In i: racy, thet I wil
iml two Borvi Ea fi e, vi'.h VALUABLE
I'lit vr.s: on this dwells r.!y sail rr who
Will xni r.ie tlo:r i.iurtsi Bia I'. O, tdiiress.
i jLr;:ttVJ.d.,isi ?i el.il
la the line to lake to nil
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers the best seivlce, comg
SPEED and COMFOItT
It is tun ioulr route with tlioie nhn
wlli to tiiivi'l on
It is t herefore the rnnle j ou flmnlil
take. It runs through vestibnli'cl
tntliis every day in the yeur to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
No Change of Cnrs,
Snpnrior Tourist Sleepers,
Splendid Free Secoiiiklass Sleepers,
Only ono change of ems
Portland to New York
To Any Part of life civilized wmIu
PasNi'iigers ticketed via. all boats r.innin:
between Attorin, KtUania anil roiMunil.
uH Information concerning rales, time o:
I mm.., rimten iukI other itetidls fm i.Ni.ni m
al'll-if i. to
steamer Telephone Dock.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General PasseiiRer Agent,
No. 121 l'lrst St., cor. W animation,
Leav ng Portland, 8:45 AM.
I DAYS TO
2 C H I C AG O
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul.
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Quicker to Cmahaand
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din
ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO
Columbia Wednesday Jure 7.
Male Hunitnv Juno 1 1.
Oregon 'ihnrsrtay Juno ir.
Olumbla Munflav June in. x
talc Friday June 2:!.
Oregon Tuevilay June ?7.
Colii::il.la Niturouy July 1.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMER8
Morning boat leaves .Astoria daily, enetpt
Sunday, ai 6 a. ni.; returniiig, leaves rorllninl
daily, except. Saturday, at. So. m. Night boat
leaves Astoria daily, excenr Sunday, at 0 p. in.;
r-t until K leaves Portland daily, except Sunday,
at7a. m. The morning boat from Poitlaml nuikm
lamlingiion tne Oregon tide Tuesdays, Thurs
days, and Salurdav ; on Washington side Mon
davs Wedui'sdajs and Fridays. From Astoria
the morning boats makes landing)' on the Ore
gon side Mondays, Wednesdays and Frldas,
nud on the WasliliiKton Mile Tuesdays, Thiirs
ilavs and Saturday s.
For rites and general Info! million call on or
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