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TLL1Z DAILY ASTOIUAN, ASTOIMA, "FRIDAY MOKNING, J DUE IG, ltil)6'
i in '$afig listerias
Astonan -(.'oJiiiubiun PuMLiliiri!,' Coaianf.
Tarsi of Subscription.
eenred oy Carrier, per week 15 cti
bent by Mail, per mouth W cLs
Bout by .VI all, per Vear $7.00
a it by mail, per year, (i (Hi In advauc.
ree poaiUK to suosoriuers.
turn Atf 'Obi an guarantee to its, advertiwrs
ihtf Uiiyest circulation ui any newspaper puu
n ui uu tue uuiuiuoia liiver.
Portland, Or., June 15. For Western
Washington: Light rain, followed by
fair weather.- For Eastern Oregon and
Washington: Fair weather; decidedly
warmer at Spokane. For Western Or
egon: Fair weather, preceded by show
er.'i In the extreme northwestern por
tion. Local weather for the twenty-four
hour ending at 6 p. m., yesterday,
furnished by the U. S. Department of
A Iculture, weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, 66 degrees.
Minimum temperature-, 49 degrees.
Precipitation, .05 inch.
Tdtal precipitation from July 1st;
1892, to date, 85.C1 Inches.
Excess of precipitation from July 1st,
1892, to date, 10.89 Inches.
THE COUNT I 13 SAFE.
There Is not the l-.'ast cnuyc for a
general panic, nor in there the- least
expectation of guch. As President Hill
r.marked, tha prospect of tile North
west have not been lo'.ter V ." ten years
back. Tha precautions which tha New
York clearing house la taking In issu
ing certificates is simply ti prudent
measure, designed to protect the banks.
The demands made on them for money
In the south and west has made them
cautious. They are likewise acting
unitedly against all common dangers,
and are giving Sectetary Carlisle cor
The general condition of the coun
try Is sound. Large cotton, wheat and
corn crops may be expected. Eastern
manufacturers are busy. Railroad earn
ings are good. The country is making
a wonderful display of its marvelous
progress and Inexhaustible resources.
In the presence of such evidence of
greatness and wealth, no one should
heed the croakers.
The populists may henceforth have
to paddle the'lr own canoe. No pop
ulist receives an ofllce, no friendly word
onics from the White House to cheer
them. The victorious democrats feel
vei y mm h like the back-woods orator
in Texas who in a 1olnt debute with
a populist spoke as follows:
"tlentlemen of the State of Texas,
ure you aware of who's been talking
nlush ubout the greatest party God ever
created beln' in cuhoots with robbers
en thieves en such for one solid hour?
An outlaw from Mlzzourl that dansent
show his yaller hide in the town where
he wua born a man that fur a $5 bill
would swear that he wuz a bosom
friend of George Wasnlnton; who
would Buy that) the father tf his l.ontry
kept a slaughter hojse in he Fan Pe
cos valley, and would then turn right
round, go to Mount Vernon nnd dig up
his bones an' use Vm far fcrcl liners.
An' his party! Why, gentlemen of the
Kreatt state of Texas, thai little hand
ful of one gutted, bellyache." called
populists no mure compares with the
mighty hosts that light under th Tag
of eternal democracy than the feeble
glow of a lightning-bug compares tu
the glorious e(Tulgme ot tha niUMay
Many people are sup.'lsed that some
Journalists and congrffaiinert defend the
schemes for the fr?e eoliugi of silver so
Mrsl8tently. Any one who will recall
the antl-slavory movement need not be
surprised. So long is '.he slave power
was strong arid dominant, -'.cng did
It find defenders. Statesmen and jour
nalists upheld slavery and assailed bit
terly those who denounced Its Ini
quities. Mobs attacked the Mends of
freedom, and finally, the South went to
war to perpetuate the enslavement of
nun. When people were thus led as
tray Is It1 any wonder that demagogues
like Weaver find adherents for their
The once powerful Pacific Mull
Steanudilp Company has leased Its
steamers on the Atlantic, coast nnd
gone out of business as a carrier be
tween New Tork and San Francisco,
For the Next Thirty Dujs,
To meet imperative demands, I will
offer at such low prices on install
ments, with easy payments, that
Henocror'Ui it will limit Ha traffic to
China, Japan and Central American
pin ts on the Pacific. The partial over
throw of the company is due- to the
eiU'i-B-titlc movement for low freights,
which the San Francisco merchants
conducted with so much success.
COURT STREET SCHOOL.
The folloiwlngr is the report for the
year ending June 9, 1893.
K ! ! s j i:
- t 3 -
No. Hoys linrollt'ili
No. Girl Enrolled.
Tin :il No. K'-rull (I.
Days Alto ilaiiro.
V L X - -; Le -.' I r:
ii hit 15 y 1:
-I -I -1 5i -t J. y a ff. c
-mi V is 'y. ot-1 1
Per cent of AllendKiice,
Per cent of Piineluajty
ci t i -
-I -A . :y 4. -c -i vi
rr??f?f' I AvernKod'IV liclnngin
y.tcciio l ;
PFf.i!?'r?(1ri Averaerl'ly nllcnil'iio
i? I esHMxs'li' Cori I 1'iiiiNliine't
it a"ft 1 a;
2 tri - 5,1 2.3 " 5
a. S-Oj; p ws Te
7 3 3 s 2.3
THEY STOLE A LOCOMOTIVE.
"The most successful, and, at the
same time, most unique civil service
examination I know of occurred dur
ing the war" said T. C. de Land of
the examining board at the treasury to
a Washington Post man. "The Confed'
eracy was very much in need of a rail
road locomotive in order to operate
their supply system. It was in 1864
and they had not the means to buy an
engine, so the invariable alternative
arose steal one, A band of 100 men was
selected from Lee's army and placed
under the command of a big six-foqt
four Georgian, who had been foreman
of a stone quarry and was more or lebs
skilled in the use of derricks, etc. He
took his men up into Maryland, and
they tore up a section of tha Baltimore
and Ohio railway tracks, flagged v the
next train, and with nothing In the
world but plenty of rope, those 100 men
carried the locomotive fifty-two miles
over hills, across streams, through
bogs and woods, until they struck a
line the Confederacy had built. Then
they ran the engine down to Virginia.
When the president of the Baltimore
and Ohio heard of the feat, he couldn't
believe It. He went out and personally
Inspected the scene; went over the
route and declared it the most wonder
ful feat of engineering ever accom
pished. After tho war he delegated a
man to find tho leader of tho band.
He was located In '.leoojia. Mr. Gar
rett sent for him nnd on the strength
of that single feat male him load
mnster of his entire rystem of railroads.
'Any man that can pick up an engine
with Huh lines and carry it ever n
mountain has passed his examination
with me,' he, said."
Plnce Its first Introduction, Electric Hit
ters has gained rapidly In popular favor,
until now it Is clearly In the lead among
pure medicinal tonics and alteratives
containing nothing which permits its line
as a beverage or Intoxicant, It Is recog
nized as the best and purest medicine for
all ailments of Htomach, Liver or Kid
neys. It will cure Sick Headache, Indi
gnation, Constipation, and drive Malaria
from the syatetn. Satisfaction guaranteed
with each bottle of the money will be re
funded. Price only 50 c. per bottle. Sold
by Chas. Rogers.
In the matter of the estate of Surah
13. Coffmun, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that tho un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of Clatsop County, Ore
gon, administrator of tho estate, of Sa
rah E. Coffmun, deceased.
All persons having claims ogulmit
said estate will present them to me nt
my otllce In Astoria, Oregon, duly nu
thentlcnil within six months from this
W. W. PARKER.
A. It. Knnnga, Attorney for adminis
Pnted nt Astoria, Onvon, 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 nil pain, cures wind chollo, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by nil drug
gists throughout the world.
A 8ur Cure tor I'lln.
Itching Piles n.e known by moisture
like perspiration, causing Intense itching
when warm. This form, as well us ltliiul,
Weeding or Protruding, yield at once to
lr. Hosanko's Pile liemedy, which nets
directly on the parts affected, absorbs
tumors, allays Itching and effects a
permanent cure. 50c. Druggist or mall.
Circulars free. lr. llosanko, 32 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by J. V.
YOU 0AIT HAVE A H0EZE IN HILL'S FIEST ADDITION.
YOU SHOULD READ THIS.
The popularity of the TJhion Pacific is
bent k-u-niiiiied by the superior service It
accords to the traveling public In main
taining two dally through trains to
Omaha, St, I'aul, Chicago ajud points east,
thoroughly equipped with all the latent
appliances for the comfort and safety of
Its patrons besides shortening the distance
materially with Its faat trains. The pres
ent train schedule enables passengers to
reach St. P'aul seven hours quicker and
Chicago twenty-four hours quicker.
Omaha and Kansas City and Intermediate
points, forty hours quicker than any line
from the Tactile Northwest.
Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad
tf you are going Kant. Low rates of fare,
through tickets, baggage checked to desti
nation. All purchasers of second class
tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates
of fare name as from 1'ortland.
If you have friends In Europe whose
passage yuu wish to prepay to Astoria,
call at the Northern Paclllc ofllce.steamer
Telephone dock,- and make known your
wants. Reduced rates via all the lead
ing steamship lines.
All the patent medicines advertised in
this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, anil toilet articles etc.. can
be bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel,
Hundley & Haas, 150 First street, Port
land, have on sale the Ually Astorlan,
so that visitors need not miss their
morning paper when they are here.
TOO OFTENJHE CASE.
A young society lady, after a round of
g.tycty, becomes suddenly conscious of nn uu
usual sensation. She has frequent attacks of
dizziness, her back acliee, and site feels blue and
generally run down.
Mothers, look well to your daughters!
Daughters, look well to yourselves I
Let the lirut symptom denoting the ap
proacli ot disease receive your instant atten
tion. Healthy women are the hope of the
race, and it is well-nigh criminal to neglect
anything which promises relief.
Ihcro is oetor all eutlcrers from Aervout
Diseases. Head what follows:
Mrs. Jennio C. Davis, a fine artist and nn
accomplished authoress, of Wesllicld, Wis.,
had been subject to headache ever since she
could remember. 6o severe were her at
tacks as to cause at times temporary delirium.
All treatment had failed to relievo her, but
after using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine
she writes : " My record is to me, at least,
satisfactory. No headache, constantly in
creasing appetite, and a consequent gain in
weight of two and a halt pounds in just one
Six weeks later she writes : " Have read
nnd sewed immoderately of late, but my
headaches do not return.
Mrs. John R. Miller.of ValDaraiso. Ind..
was attacked three years ago with turn of life
in its worst form. It finally went to her
head, and all indications were that it would
result either in insanity or softening of the
brain. Her husband thus writes: " It would
be impossible for mo to attempt a description
of her sufferings during all this time. She
was treated by our very best local physicians,
with but temporary benefit. She has taken
four bottles of Dn. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and is cured. She has gained
twentv nounds in weitrht. I tell vou. she
often blesses you for what you have done for
Recollect that for the cure of all Ner
vous Diseases there is no remedy which ap
proaches Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. It is
free from dangerous drugs and opiates; Sold
by all druggists, on s positive guarantee, or
Dr. Miles Medical Co Elkhart, Ind.
Guaranteed to cure Bilious attacks,
Sick Headache and Constipation. 40 in
each bottle. Price 2Dc. Forsale by
Picture "7, 17, 70" and sample dose free.
). F. SMITH & CO., Proprietors, NEW YORK.
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtiined, and all Pat
ent business conducted for Modcratc Fcrs.
Our Orricc is Oppoarrt U. 8. patent Ornct
and we can secure patent lu let! tiiue Una those
remote trora Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. Wo advise, it patentable or not, free of
cbarRO. Our (co not due till patent is secured.
A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with
cost of aaaie in tha U. S. and foreign countries
lent free. Address,
Opp. Patent omcc, Washington, D. C.
MBS" jMTSitBaSMOT i
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
f 1 A Tl S t f i . 0..
EVERY LAB0SIIJG1JA1I OR
Cau avail himself of thia
LOTS IN THIS CHOi
AT $5 DOWN CN CC'JD, AND $5 PER MONTH.
fhere is Hope
For everv onelio lias Wood treulilc. iio matter
n what niiapo or how lontf BtaniliuK, provided
one of tho vital organs have been so fur iin
:iaireil as to render a cure impotwible. 8. B. S.
-oe-t to the root of tlia disease, and removes the
vii i", ly exixjlimi; the poison from the body, and
,i t:.8 eainetliue in a tunic to the whole Bvntein.
.e-..ver bad your case uiay be, tberoiahopo
Cured ire of a most malignant type
cif chronic blood trouble, for which
I had used various other remedies
without eifeet. My wet;ht increased, ami iny
nealth improved in every way. 1 consider o. r. a.
the boat tonic lever used.
Treatise on blood, skin nnd contagious Mood
poison mailed free.
DVT ir X P4 UVir
A New Remedy
A true Specific a positive and permanent elimination
of all poison from the blond, and a restoration of healthy
vigor to the tissues is offered to sufferers for the first lime
tn a remedy which has been undergoing the most severe
private experiments for the past three years. It has not
vet failed, and it will not fail, as it is a True Kiieclllo
for Syphilitic poison and all blood diseases. Do you be.
lieve it t Send for full particulars and proof free. Stop
filling your system with mercury and other poisons.
This remedy will cure you in 30 to 00 days without fail.
We guarantee a care or refund the money
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
'Tu First Street POltlXAND, OB-
CARfJAHAfJ 6u CO
Successors to I. V. Case, Importer and
Wholcsalo and Retail dealer in
Cor. Second and Cass Street,
Incandescent, all liiyht $1.50
" 12 o'clock... 1.00
" 10 " ... 75
For particulars inquire of any member
of the linn or at the oflice, foot of Cuu
comly St, West Shore Mills Co.,
T. O. Trullinger, President.
G. A. STINSON & CO..
BLACKSM IT UING
Ship hud Cannery work, lloraesiioelng. Wag
ons made and repaired, (io m work triiaranteed
On Cass street, opposite tno iitva 2'M oilice
Headquarters Department of the Columbia
Olllceol Chief tiunrteimaiter, Vancouver Bar
racks. Wash , Mhv Id. 1S.W. H aled nroiwuals,
in triplicate, will be received at tills office or
at ine oiurce oi me ieuariermaniers at (lie loi
lowinc named rosin until 11 o'eloek A. M.
120111 meridian lime, Juno liith, 18'J3, anu then
opened, tor lurnisiuiiK i' uci, f oniKe a d lied
dine at Hie several military ulationa in the De
partment of the C ilinnbiii, during Ilia tiseal
)earcommeueiu; July 1. 18j:i, viz: Boise llar-
raekg and Furtdliormuu, Idaho, Portland, Ore
gon, and forte ( autiy, bpokane, Towusoud
Walla Walla and Vancouver Deoot. Wash. Ai
information furnished on application here, or,
at ollicc ol respective l'osc Uuarteruiates.
1'hu U.S. reserves the right to reject the whole
or any pait of any hid received, and bids will
bo considered for a oiuallor amount than tho
whole, r.uvclopci coutaliiliii; nronosals should
be matked: "1'ropoMtls lor Kuel and Korave at
," and addresso I to tho undersigned or to
tne respective wuartenuKMers. A,u. KUlilN
HON, Deputy Quartermaster General, U. 8. A.
In the Circuit Court ot the State of
Oregon, for Clatsop county:
William Lehnlfr, plaintllt vs. Emma
Corder, Lydl". Jamison, Jennie John
son, Sophia Lehnig and Augusta Mc-
To Emma Corder, Lydla Jamison,
Jennie Johnson, Sophia Lehnig, and
In the name ot the state of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint Hied In the above
court nnd cause, on or before, the first
day of the term of this court, next
following tho expiration of six week's
publication of this summons, which
will be the nineteenth day of June,
1S93, and If you fall to appear or an
swer, for want thereof plaintiff will
take . Judgment against ' you for the
sum of Blx hundred and nlnty-elght
dollars, with Interest thereon from the
15th day of August 1S91, at the rate of
eight per cent, per annum, and for
costs and dlsbursments of this action;
and will also take an order directing
tho sale of certain real property
belonging to you, which has been at
tached In this action, and which real
property Is situated In tho county of
Clatsop, State of Oregon, and partic
ularly described ns the northwest quar
ter ot the northeast quarter and the
east half of tho - northwest quarter of
section thirty-one, of township seven
north, r.uige eight west In Clatsop
Service of summons In this action by
publication is marie pursuant to an
order of the Hon. Thomas A. McBrlde,
judge of tho above entitled court,
dated the 4th day of May, 1S93.
W. T. BUUNET,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated May 4th, 1SD3.
ADDITION FOR $75 EACH,
I Ripans Tabules
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) Seventy-five Centa.
One Package (Fuur Boxes) 1 wo Dolbrs.
Ripans Tabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
For free sample addrest
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
CLATSOP LAND CO
Incorporated with $25,000 Capital Stock.
Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, Notary
Public and Conveyam ers. Special attention
paid to rentu. payment of tuxes, etc., for non
residents. Sole agents lor South Astoria, Pros
pectl'aiK, Hemlock park and Owen's Addition,
also best Seaside, business and inside property
ana choice acreage, iii i mm si., Astoria.
HUGHES & CO.
viioiisatn ami Retail
I i.-n-inii .4 il tiriuKit el I'orp.lKii and Domes
1,'C iViw. l.tiiuin -ind Cigars.
J. il I'm! ii WiHsiiie tpeclalty. Vat Blab
I n-r. I'liievl brands of key West and
H.i.irMK ( iKIlrs
t.iiuims for Medicinal Pui -unses.
MUiulv Trade Halleilert 111 orders true ;h
Oil and Country proi"1- .iy fllied
H(iiiMi;.ir Stre ! , Airorla. Oregoi
I. II. t3 1ST. OO.
Leaves Astoria dallv at 7:30 a. in. for Ilwaco
chimin at Tansy Point, and eomieetiiu! with
railroad running north at 10 a. -in, and w-tli
boats i n slum water hav for
Koutl) Mend, Kuiivliliic, North Cove
And oilier points II Mtifth to tirnjr'N llur.
lor. Heturiiii.g connects at, Ilwaco witll
s earners for Astoria and NtRlit Kouta for
JOHN it. (jiOULTKK. L. A. LOOMIS.
It. V. EGHI'.ltT, Biipeiliitendeiit.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA
Leaves Astoria Every evening except Sunday
at 7 p. ni.
Anlvesat Astoria Every day except Sunday
at j p. in.
Leaves Portland Every oay except Sunday
'.7 a.m. i w. ptunr, Agcm, Astoria.
8. A. Seei.bv, (leneral Agent, Portland Or.
Til EI It WOEKS AND 1KFXIC8,
REV. STEPHEN D. PEET, Ph. D..
rn rna or American antiquarian,
Anther ol Animal Effigies and Emblematic
This book treats of the Monnd-bullilcrs: llieii
oeeupntiou. moles of life, religious systems,
trinal divisions and cany migrations.
1 ho work contains descriptions of the earth
works of all classes. The classillcatlon of the
mounds is mad according: to their uses,
whether As village residences, ns defenses, as
religious structures, or as sacriilclal or burial
The work contains many Ulusirations and
descriptions of Mound-builders' relics, es
pecially pipes and pottery.
The villi. e ol the book is that It contains a
comprehensive view of tho whole Held, and
givus information about the mounds nnd relics
of .11 states and districts. It is one of a Beries
which l dovoted to pre-historie America, snd
perhaps would be rtgurded as the most inter
The author solicits subscriptions. Orders can
be scut to tho publishing bouse, IT") Wsliasb
avenue, CM.-hko, or to the author at Avon, III
For Thirty - Days - Only
I make this offer. Less than one mile
from Astoria Box Factory on Columbia
river. Streets 75 and alleys 20 feet wide.
MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
CONNECTING WITH ALL TRANSCONTIN
Electric Lighted Cars
Sr. PAUL and CHICAGO
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The EXPRESS TKAIN8 consist of VESTI
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And furnished with every luxury known tc
modern railway travel.
For Speed, Comfort and Safety
this Line is Unequaled.
Tickets on sale at all nromlnent rnllw '
nr further Information Inoulro of anv tick
C. J. EDDY, General Agt.
J. W. CASEY, Tniv. Pass. Afft.
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