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THE DAILY AaTOlfl AN, ASTOIUA, FKIDAY MOONING, JULY 1, 1693
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THE BELLE OF LYNN; or THE
MILLER'S DAUGHTER. Ify Char
Icjtte AC llraome, author of "Dora
THE BLACK TULIP. By Alexander
THE DUCHESS. By "The Duchess."
NURSE KEVEL'fJ MISTAKE. By
MEKLK'S CRUSADE. By Rosa Nou
A STUDY IN SCARLET. By A.
ROCK RUIN j 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-
vanus Cobb, Jr.
Mr, GJLFIL'S LOVE STORY. By
(Jeorge Elliott. ,
A SCARLET SIN. By Florence Mar
ryat. THE SEA KING. By Captuin Mar
ryat. THE SEIOE OF GRANADA. By
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 GirSY. By Alexan
THE WANDERING HEIR. By
FLOWER AND WEED. By Miss
M. E. Braddon.
NO THOROUGHFARE. By Charles
Dickens and Wllkle Collins.
THE GREAT HOGaARTY DIA
MOND. By W. M. Thackeray.
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rlan as above,
Good looks nre more than skin deep
depending on a healthy condition of nil
the vital ontann. If the liver be Inactive,
you have a billions look, if your stomach
.e disordered, you have a dyspeptic look
mid if your kidneys be disordered you
nave a, ptnenea iook. secure goon neuun
nnd you will have (rood looks. Electric
Itinera Is the great ulteratlve. and tonic,
nctM directly on these vital ortfiina. Cures
pimples, blotches, bolls, and itlvea a irooJ
complexion. Bold at Chas. l;o.rn' dm
ttuiv, W cents per bottle..
ALONG THE WHARVES.
The British ship Cabul got off the
hogback above Tongue point Thursday
night, and arrived at this city about
11 o'clock. She will sail today for Liv
Ane sieamer tfaker has .taken the
place of the Thompson on the Astoria-
The Bailey Gatzert is engagfd In the
excursion business on the upper river.
The steamship State of California
will arrive this morning from San Fran
The British four-masted bark Crof-
ton Hall moved down to the lower an
chorage ground yesterday.
The United States steamer Colum
bine arrived in yesterday from Alaska.
Captain nichardson was called upon
by an Astorlan reporter shortly after
nis return, ana the following partlcu
Iars of the trip were obtained: After
leaving this port on May 2Cth the Col
umbine readied Victoria on the follow-
Pg d!y at 11-30, havln cal,ed at De-
Birucuun jsianu ana cape Flattery
light stations on the way and lay In
Neah Bay during the night. The sta
tions named were Inspected 'by Com
mander O. W. Farenholt, United State
Navy. Pilot Francis came on board on
June 2d, nnd the steamer left for De
parture Bay on the following day,
where the final bunkers were filled.
Thence rlie proceeded to Wra.ngel
Narrows, where a week was spent in
repairing all the beacons, spindles and
buoys. The work was completed the
day the steamer Queen passed through
on her first excursion trip for this sea
son. On the day the Queen passed
through Wrangel Narrows, there were
four steamers at that point the Co
lumbine, Queen, the United States coast
and geodetic survey steamer Hassler
and the Ilrltish steamer Thistle. Be
fore the work of repairs was completed
an accident occurred which fortunately
naa no serious results. A huge "sink
er" weighing 6,000 pounds was being
lifted off the deck with the aid of a
derrick, when one of the guys
broke away, causing the derrick
to swing around and into collision with
the rigging, carrying it away and
breaking the derrick. The "sinker"
struck tho side of the ship near the
covering board, but without injuring it.
The "sinker" was lost, and ajiew one
had to be obtained at Sitka, A new
aerncK was maae at Juneau, and at
Saginaw and Lynn Canal channels all
the buoys were changed. Thence the
Columbine proceeded to Klllslnoo, took
In coal and changed several buoys and
beacons. Peril straits and Sitka sound
were next visited, and afterward Fort
Wrangle and Lorlng, where the Falmon
season was Just commencing. Fort
Simpson, B, C, was called at, en
route to Departure Bay. On the latter
run the Columbine had a lively race
with the steamer Mexico, and held her
own all the way. Reaching Victoria,
the pilot was landed and a large whist
ling buoy, which had gone adrift from
the Umatilla reef hist winter, was tak
en on board. Captain Farenholt left
the Columbine at Seattle, on Wednes
day lost, and on Thursday the steamer
left for this port. Thursday night the
Monterey was passed, six miles west of
Race Rock light, steaming slowly
toward Port Townsend. Tho trip from
the sound, Captain Richardson states,
was finer than any previous one he has
MAMMA DID IT.
"Papa," said the youngest Miss Budd.
"The World's Fair"
"Don't talk to mo about the World's
Fair," Interrupted tho old man. "I'll
"Rut papa," pleaded the sweet girl.
"It's so wonderful so Instructive"
"So nothing," retorted papa; "crowd
ed cramped uncomfortable"
"Shall I get you a book of synonyms?"
asked Mrs. Iiudd smilingly from the
corner as her husband hesitated for n
"No," roared the old gentleman. "No,
won't have It."
There seemed to be some doubt as
to what he wouldn't hove, so the brave
girl renewed the attack.
"It won't cost" she began, when
again she was Interrupted.
"It Isn't a matter of cost," cried Mr
Iiudd; "not the question of a few hun
dred paltry dollars not that. It's the
trouble, the care the nuisance,
bother of the whole thing, the none
destroying, sight seeing accompani
ment. No, my dear," he added placidly,
"the thought of money does not enter
Into It. It Is for your own welfare that
"Rut it would be so nice to travel In
a private car," sighed the girl, "and
mamma would like It so,"
The old gentleman stood aghast.
"Private car," he repeated slowly.
"Yes," cried the youngest and sweet
est of the family. "Mrs. Trotter,
whose husband Is thS president of the
A., n., C. and O., has Invited us to go
with her In their private cor and see
everything without costing a cent. I
wish we could go."
"Go !" ejaculated the head of the
family. "Are you oil oroxy? Go? Why,
of course. Who said anything about
not going? What ! Miss the opportunity
of your lives when such advantages are
offered? Write to Mrs. Trotter at once
"Mamma did," whispered the smiling
"And mamma did right," said pater,
beaming at his own Joke. "It will be
glorious. I have wanted to see the
wonderful exhibition of tho age eh by
the way, does the invitation Include
"No," came ff nft answer from his
wife. Harper ft -nr. .
There is a little reptile, native to
Madagascar, known as the scimitar
snake, that is, the curling sword. Run
ning along the back from head to tall
Is a blackish, horny substance, which
bends with the convolutions of 'the
snake's body as readily as would a
well-tempered steel spring, and
throughout Its entire length It bears
an edge as hard as flint and ns sharp
as a razor. They are not poisonous,
but when one of them springs on a
man. as ho likes very well to do, he
will soon have a log off unless cracked
on the pate. Some snake specialists
claim that the presence of this reptile
on the Island Is the renson there are
no large quadrupeds to be found there
at present, the curling sword in back
ages having taken off legs faster than
they could be created.
Paterfamilias (facetiously) Wife sent
mo to get a good cook; have you an
angel In your establishment ?
Defending the Absent Minnie Yes,
she said you were too stingy to enter
tain even an idea.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
From O'Brien's stable on Wednesday
night, June 21st, one dark chestnut
horse, white spot on the nose, smooth
shod on fore feet, rough shod on hind
feet, about 11 years old, weight about
1,100 pounds, thin In flesh. A liberal
reward will be paid for the return of
the animal to the chief of police, or to
Shaw & Larsen's woodyard.
The Belmont cigar can be had
New Try i ma.
It will cost you nothing and will sure
ly do you good, if you have a cowrli, cold
or any trouble with throat, chest or
lungs. Dr. King's New discovery for
Consumption, coughs and colds Is guar
anteed to give reilef, or money will be
paid back. Sufferers from la grippe
tminu it June tne tning, unci unuer us use
hnd espeedy nnd perfect recovery. Try a
sample at our expense nnd lenrn for your
seic just now gooa a ming it is. Trial
bottle free nt Chas. Rogers' drug store.
Large size f0 cents and $1.
Use Zinfandel wine intead of coffee or
tea. 50 cents per gallon. Dont forget
Peach nnd apricot brandy, also French
Cognac and wine at Alex. Gilbert's.
MRS. DR. M. E. McCOY, PHYSI
CIAN AND SURGEON.
Is in this city. She makes chronic dis
eases a specialty. Deafness, catarrh,
asthma, dyspepsia, diseases of the
throat and lungs, kidney, urinary or
gans and all private diseases. Special
attention given to diseases of women.
Consultation free. Cure or no charg
es. Ofllc hours, 9 to 12 a m. and 1 to
6 p. m.. Ofllco rooms 18 and 19, Hotel
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
tified to pay the same to me, at the
oince of Kobb & Parker, at Astoria,
uregon, loriiiwunj ano an persons hav
nig claims against said estate, are
hereby notified to present the same to
me, ut the above place, within six
months from the date hereof.
F. L. PARKER,
Administrator of the above estate.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 13th
nay or May, lsus.
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
oeon useu tor cnnuren teething. It
soothes tlie child, softens the gums,
alloys all pain, cures wind cholle, and
is tlie best remedy ror diarrhoea. Twenty-live
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout the. wttrld.
A Miro Cure ior I'lles.
Itching riles a.e known bv molstura
like perspiration, causing Intense Itching
..in-ii ..unit, i him iui ill, un well tin UIU
Weeding or Protruding, yield at once
l'r. liosaiiKos rue Ueineily, which nct3
directly on tho parts affected, absorbs
minors, aiiays iteiung nnd effects a
permanent cure. Mie. Druggist or mall,
Circulars free. Or. Rosanko. S'i9 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by J.
All the patent meoicTiies adverllsed In
this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc.. can
ne uougnt at tne lowest prices at .1. W,
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel,
Yon can means Jus
about ono half the ills that
llesh is heir to, by being
ready for them. When
you feel dull, languid," out
of sorts" generally thou
you may know that some
of them ore coming. Don't
let them get any further.
Brace tho system up
with Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. That
prVivnfs as well as cures:
It invigorates tho liver and
kidneys, purities and en
riches tho blood, sharpens
tlie appetite, improves di
gestion, and restores health
For all disenaes caused by a disordered liver
or impure blood Dyspepsia, Biliousness, tlie
most stubborn Skin, Scalp and Scrofulous
enactions, the " Discovery " fa tho only reme
dy so certain and effective tliat it can tie
p-iiomiifertJ. If it doesnt benefit or cure,
you have your monev bock.
It's not only the beet, but it's the cheapest
Mood-puritirr sold, no matter how many
d'cs ore offered for a dollar.
W ith this, you psyior.ly for the pood
yo")- .. .
That is the fundamental principle of our
business and on it we stake our reputation
when making the
GAIL BOfiDJl EAGLE iH
Condensed Milk. In times of epidemics
when all foods are called into question the
public can rely with perfect confidence on
the Eagle brand and serve it with
the assurance that it is a food Free From
All Disease Germs. Remember that !
It's the food for children.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
Every can is sterilized and every microbe killed
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know Its value, and those who
have not, have now the opportunity to
try it free. Call on the advertised drug
gist and get a trial bottle free. Send
your name and address to H. E. Uucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills free, us well as
a copy of Guide to Health and House
hold instructor, free. All of which Is
guaranteed to do you good nnd cost you
nothing. Chas. Rogers' drugstore.
All persons having claims against
the estate of P. W. Larsen, deceased,
are requested to present them to me
at the office of J. Q, A. Bowlby In As
toria, Oregon, within six monthB from
May 31, 1S93.
MARIA C. LARSEN,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will bo received at th
office of Clatsop Land Co., for buildl:
a barn on Lewis & Clarke River. P.'.ls
to be opened July 4th, at JO a. .n.
Right to reject any or all bids, re.
A new and complete treatment, consisting ol
suppositories, ninimeni in ciiesuics, also i
box and pills; a positive emc f r e-tenia!, i:
tenml blind or ulevdinr, itching, chronic
recent or hcreditur niiiv.. And manv other
diseases and femiile weaknesses; It la always a
(treat benefit to tlie i-oneriil health. The first
l'fcovcry of a medical cure renilerine an oner-
lion Willi mo Mine unnecessary nertalle
I'hts roinedy has never bom known to fall
11 per box, 6 for w, sent by mall. Why mine
from this terrible disease when a written guar-
anjee Is given with fl boxes, to ledind tho
money 11 not Ciireo, Heml stamps ler free
SHinpie. (iiiaranico issued dv wnonvpara
Clark & Co., Wholesale and Retail Prusifist
Sole Agent Portland. Or. K"r sale by J. W
umn. Astoria ureiior.
am! all tho train of evils
from early errors or later
excesses, the resalts of
worrr.ete. Full strength,
development and tono
Klvcn lo'every organ and
Sortlnn of the bodv.
seen. Ffllluro Impossible.
2.INKI rnfarciifi.-a. Tbu.L-.
exptauntlon and proofs
uiuueu uieuieu; tree.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO, N. Y.
I !OR FILES.
In use over 3i icii i-H.
t:l'..lilr. JVrrtiir U'l.H-
'"''. Jlhl.K-l ll'Sli
nui:ila'.t. Ai dnnxisiB,
or iMnik'tl en n-c-ipt of
prh e-5!(-. per box.
i;i.U!",( & DROWN
I'nipf., i:,i:tlin;iio, Mil.
g DR. GUNN'S
A REMEDY FOR CHILDREN..
When a child at home, mother raado m take a tca
poonful of onion syrup at night, tho next morning
myooughwaa Kono. For Croup it had no equal.
Alvcliildrm insist UDon having Dr. Dunn's Ouiou
Byrup which is alrendy lnvparod, moro pleasant
auu wjuiout uuto or smell ol Uio omoua. Sola at oOy,
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist.
rroprieter- I the
ttod BulcherinT Cos Market
Corner Second and Ben I on streets.
Corner Third and Wet Kiithth street,
Foard & Stokes
lienlert In nhasnare. Crockery, Ship Snpi'llcy,
t oli,us. Wines iiml Vine Whiskies. Vlim Tls
anil Coiree Soeelnltv. The Finest Display of
Fruits in the Oity, Fresh on Every Steamer.
voiiwr oi inii'it ami west KlRUtti streets.
Trsiu leaves Seaside :
:30 a m daily.
8 i. lu oaily except Monthly.
Leaves Young's Ray Tier t
tv m. tt u 4 except Monday,
S p in. daily,
Q.A.ROW I.I1V. I). K. WAKItHV,
roats lt-svo Astoria at i:30 a. m and :S0 p. m.
NOTICE TO POLICY" HOLDERS
Notice la hereby given to all persons
in tho State of Oregon holding
surance Company, of San Francisco,
Of the withdrawal from the state of
Oregon of the State Investment & In
pollcles in the State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
t-aiiiomia, ana to all other persons in
terested, that the said company has
reinsured Us 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 xlth the treasurer there
of, and to cease doing business In said
Any policy holder in the State of
Oregon, or any other person having
cicunia against saia insurance company,
are hereby notified to file the same with
secretary of tate of the state of Or
egon, within six (G) months from the
date of the 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 3G6i 3568
and 3580, of Chapter L, of the Miscel
laneous L.aws of Oregon, as Compiled
ana Annotated by W. Lair Hill." Ap
proved jf ODmary zo, issu.
THE STATE INVESTMENT
AND INSURANCE CO.,
djt ueorge jj. grander,
Attest; diaries M. Blair,
, Secretary ,
In the Circuit Court of the State nf
uregon, ror the County of Clatsop.
u. ji. fane. I'lalntilT. va. J. h. r
uray, Laura w. Gray. J. O. A. Bowl,
by, Wiley Ballew as executors of the
last will and testament of Louis Wil
son Deceased and tho Astoria Box
By virtue of an execution and order
of sale Issued out of and under the sale
cr the above entitled court In the
r oove entitled cause on the 29th day of
May 1893, upon a decree of foreclosure
ina 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-
nvereu, i uiu on tne. .fist day of
May, 1S93, levy upon all the rlfrht,
title, claim and interecst of the
above named defendants in and to the
following described real estate, to-wit
Lota number, six (C), seven (7),
twenty (UO) 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 btock numbered twenty-seven
m uiney'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 Cyrus Olney, deceased, as said
block Is sub-divided and recorded by
J. H. D. Gray and recorded by him In
plat book, numbered one, at page num
ber 20, Record of Town or City Plats
In and for tho county of Clatsop, and
State of Oregon, and all of said land
being In said county and state,
nnd 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 the same, or so much thereof as
shall bo sufficient to satisfy the sum
of J892.41 with interest on said sum
from May 2d, 1893, until paid, and the
further sum of J22.60. 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 31, 1893.
H. B. PARKER.
Lime. Brick, Sand, Fire Brick, Klre Clay,
cement, Aim reeu.uais. nay, tstraw.
Wood Delivered to t.'nler.
Drayisg, Teaming and Express Business.
Bon Ton Ton Restaurant in tho Town
.(And the Finest on, the Coast.'
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Special!)
The Finest Wlnct anil Liquors,
JAS. DALUITY, Vr$'r.
(Successor to Ariult & Ferchen.)
Holler Repairing ami Cannery Woik. Repair-
inr of River Craft a Specialty. Machine Work
of till kinds done. Shop, foot of Lafaye tte Ht
BOOT' AND SHOES
' The Largest Stuck, Rest Quality ami
Lowest Prices at tlie of
The Uolden Shoe,
XXIDJ cto oo.
ji;m:n C. UitOSKY,
PFAI KH IN
I AIM) WAKE, IIJON, STEEL,
IRON PiPir AM)
STOVES AND -
House Funiislilnii (Joods, Sheet Lead, Strip
Least, Sheet Iron. Tm and (kipper.
r.. celebrated Alpine Hsfes kept In stock nl
ne 470, i nirti m., ueai estate iuoo.
rsuted as k'KxI a tho best. Terms very easy
W. C. CAS.SKI.L, Agent.
C0LUM31A TRANSFER CO.,
1YILMAM TYIA.SON, I'rop.
FEED - AND , SALE - STABLE
tienenil Express and Delivery Rusiness.
Ddice llfl Olnev stmL St:ille foot of West
Ninth st, Astoria. Tel phone No. U.
J. 33. WTATT
Hardaart and. Ship Chantry,
Pur Oil, Bright VnniMi. Ittnacle Oil, Cot
tou ('!nva flemo Sail Twine. Lard Oil,
Wnv.iKht Iron Spike. tJalvanlr.tedCut Nal
As-neuihiml Iinp'omepts, P'ains Slv t
lu.-u !ilne, pAiitWiiid OiLs. . j
- ' a ''
Lcav rig Portland, 8:45 AM.
, .- 7:30 PM.
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul.
23 Hours Quicker togChicago,
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
Pullman and Tourist bleeders,.
Froo Reclining Chair Car a, Din.
ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO
Columbia WVilnesilny ,lin;c :
Htuie Suiirinv June It.
Oregon Ihiirsdny June 15.
Oliimlilii Mimmw June 1'.).
"tale Friday June 23.
Oregon Tuexliiy June 27.
Colu:-'ilia r-nltirility Ju.lv l.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMER3
Jfortilnir boat leaves Astnrla iin"lv eicont.
Sunday, at. fi a. in.; reluming, leaves rortlmnl
daily, exeept fatiirilny, at s. p. m. Nl(;iit hunt
leaves Astoria dally, except Hundav, til l) p. in.:
r 1 urn It j; leaves 1'ort land daily, exe'i pi "unihiy,
at 7 n. in Tlie moriihtir lmn fr,.,,, !.. i ,,.,1 L
Imiititijtsim the Oregon side Tuesdays, Thurs
days, mi I ,SHiurd:iys j on H iishli glnn'side Mi n
riais Wednesdays and Fridays. Vroni Astunal
tlie innmihK hoats makes landhiKs on the Ore
Ken side Mondays, Wednesdays ami Kiidavs,
and (ill the Waslilnetnn side 'l inil iva ti.h'k.
fl:i- s and Sat unlit' s.
Formes unci general Infuimntlon cnl! on or
'V, II, HU KLIIUH ', C. W. LOUNKilEKltY,
Portland, Or, Astoria, Or,
il rsfc r ft. tr mr: bto- imwv
Is the line In take to all
EAST and SOUTH
It is,tho D1SIKG CAS RiiUIE
It offers :
.e best service, coin
SPEED and COMFORT
it ii the populur route with those vtho
wish to travel on
It Is theiefore the route yen ii u'il
take. It runs thtouRli vestihuleil
trains every day m the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
No Change of Cars,
Elegaut Pullman SIccpiTs,
Knnfirinr Tniimf KWnnro
Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers,
Only one change or ears
Portland to New York
To Any Part of Ihe civilized world,
Passonccrs ticketed vfn all Rwn r
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