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ONE Oil HIM.
Some drummers were diverting them
selves In a smoking1 car by repeating
episodes of so called "cheek." All but
one had related an lntance. When he
wag called upon, he drearily said:
"I don't remember anything worth
telling, in fact my wife has completely
dazed my memory of matters of that
kind by a fine sample pf her own stock.
You see, when I got back from my last
trip, I went home at something after
9 o'clock in tho evening. Well, there
was my house lighted up from top
story to basement, carriages were leav
ing the door, and affairs seemed to bit
going on inside on a grand scale. I let
myself lto the basement with a latch
key and walked into tho dining room.
Strains of music came from the back
part of the hall, and the mingled laugh
ter and conversation Indicated a host
of guests.
"Presently my wife came into tho
dining room dressed like a princess.
Bhe ran up to me saying;
"'Oh, Jack! I'm so glad you've come
home early..'
" 'So'rn I," sold I 'What's the racket
surprise party?'
" 'Surprise " party?' fluid she wllh a
pout. 'Nov Indeed. It's tho amiivor
sary of my wedding.
" 'Tilda,' paid I, you're off. You're
way off! This In. the month of March.
It was in the summer wo were mar
ried!' "She serenely replied: 'I know that
very well. This Is the anniversary of
my first marriage. G put your dresu
suit on, dear.' "New York Tribune.
WHY HE DIDN'T.
A Cass avenue man, with a wlfo who
has her own ways about doing things,
catches her now and then.
'My dear," he said the other morning
as he was dressing, "I think you were
right when you told mo last night there
were burglars In the house."
"Why?" ehe asked nervously.
Because all the money that was in
my pockets when I went to bed Is
gone."
"Well," she eald, with an I-told-you-
so air, "If you had been, brave and got
up and shot the wretch, you would
have had your money thla morning."
"PoBslbly, my dear, possibly." he
said gingerly, "but I would have been
a widower."
She laughed softly then and gave
half of It back to him. Detroit Free
Press.
A JUDOE ON THE "TREADMILL."
A srood atorv Is told of a judge visit
ing a penal institution. Being prac
tically disposed, the learned Judge phl-
lanthroplcally trusted Jiimseir on me
"treadmill." desiring the warden to
start It in motion. The machine was
accordingly adjusted. and his lordship
commenced to lift hla feet. In a few
minutes, however, the new hand had
had quite enough of It md called to be
released, fcut thla was not so easy.
'Please, my lord. said the man,
"vou can't sret off. It's set for 20 min
utes. That's the shortest time we can
make it go."
So the Judge was In, durance until his
"term" expired. Tit-Bits.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE,
in ih matter of the estate of Sarah
E. Coffman, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
r.iiu.tv vni.t nf Pln.tHon Pountv. Ore
gon, administrator of the estate of Sa
rah E. Coffman, deceased.
All persons having claims against
said estate will present them to me at
my olllce in Astoria, Oregon, duly au
thenticated within six months from this
date.
W. W. PARKER.
A. R. Knimgrt, Attorney for adminis
trator.
1803.
Dated at Astoria. Oregon, April 4th,
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS '
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
fnr phllilren teething. It
inntii.ui tha nhliil. softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind cholln, and
Is the beet remedy ror aiorrnoea. a wch-ty-flve
cents a bottle. Sold by alt drug
gists throughout the world.
ASTORIA BUII-PINO AND LOAN
ASSOCAITIOIN.
mi. ni h aHa of stock of this
association, will be opened August 1st,
tmt aii unveoiiu wlwlilnir to Hiilworlbe,
will' please cull on the secretary on or
before tho above iinie.
W. U. RUUU, Focremry.
lliickli n' Arnh-a Salve.
The best salvo In tho world for cuts.
. . -. ul, rli.kitm Ti.VOI
. . lt.n..l,i in IhliLlllH.
sores, lener, i-him' ; ,
corns, nnd nil skin eruptions, and poslllve-
cures lines, or no 'y iciiuiicu.
irii.r.ii,.uul tn irive nerfeot untisrnc-
llon or money refunded, lrlce Z cents
r Dox. J1 or sni oy uu iwt"
BRor to J. C. Demen'-
NOTICE!
tTe Ztnfundel wine Intend of coffee or
If. .?"!." .ET ir French
i earn mm ... -
Cognac and wine at AWx. Gilbert S.
EXECUTORS' NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given to all whom it
may concern, mat ine uim"
have been duly opwnteu me ew.fu
of the last will and testameiw ui
George Fluvel, lato or ciaisop
county, Oregon, deceased, and as sucn
executors, authorized to administer the
estate of such ueceaseu; aim i
. . i .i ,r.i,.u ihA fstsite or the
niVVlllg lunula - ---- , -
said deceased are hereby notified nnd
required to present tne samo uuiy
fled, to the undersigned at the olllce ot
. .... , 1 nmwmt C lliLVOK Ill
tho city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Or-
" ... . ... ....... w.tt tnl4
egon, wunin six inuumu
date. ... ...
rn.ted at Astoria, uregon, xm vlu
day of July, nsa. w.AVlff.
UriUUUO l " ' .
MARY C. FLAVEU
S. 8. GORDON,
Executors.
DO YOU LIKE OYSTERS?
Those who wish to have the finest
Shonlwater Bay oysters or clams by
the quart or pint in J'. can ,h!"e
them delivered nice and fresh i ly Hom
er Fletcher. Orders left at The Asto
ri.m ottlce will receive prompt and care
ful attention from him.
"GOING TO HOUSEKEEPING?
86 If so
?nNDENSEOM(L
your
i,i""inwauii
Four to five parts water to one of Eagle Condensed Milk makes rich milk.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. W- II. Scott came down from
Portland yesterday.
Mr. 11. Huggii's of Los Angeles is a
guest at the Occident.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Wikoff f San
X'Yanolsico are sojourning n the city.
Mr. ,T. L. Weatherbee of Eagle Cliff
rame down the' river yesterday nfter
li(Mn. Mr. S. 13. Folger of Seattle was
among those registered at the Occident
C. A. McOuire and . Con.sta.ble
J. P. MerrKleld come up from Seaside
yesterday morning.
Mr- S. M. Kngs, representing the
Arnott-Rlvers Company of San Fran
cisco, arrived in town yesterday
Dell Moore went down to Seaside last
night. He will spend the Sabbath by
tho ocean and return tomorrow morning.
C R- Thomson and family returned
yesterday from a long visit back east
They were at Kansas City the greater
part of the time, afterward spending
a number of days at Chicago.
THE FORCED MORTGAGE SALE.
Of Herman Wise's stock is now in full
blast. Everything sacrificed,
i M. WISE, Mortgagee.
P. S. All persons indebted to Her
man Wise will please settle at once.
SHOALWATER BAY OYSTERS.
Fresh oysters can now be obtained
dally for 60 cents a quart, by leaving
orders at this office addressed to Hom
er Fletcher.
WEAKNESS,
NERVOUSNESS,
DEGSUTY,
nurt fill the train of evils
In m furl y errors or later
oi1 tlie results o
( verwoi k, p i c k u e fi ,
worry, etc. FullHtroiigth,
dovdopiiieiit anil tone
jrivpn to every organ and
1 1 r t Ion of tho bixl y.
Simple, nnturnl methods,
lntmnilntolinprovoinent
ireii. K.ttlure fmpoHlula.
a,: nil) referetu-eB. Book,
e;iiIrtnatlon and prooftf
muik-U (ucaletl) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO, N. Y.
mm w
fflfTMnmoriiW
BSSTTO?sfc
A fvsitiire Cure
.cOR F ! LES.
lu
r 511 ca i s.
''Ttc.'nr H'un-
u' : . ji i'iin'st ii-sti-iimimI
,n ilni:ui!s,
l!" III liil'.i . ii (V('ilt of
pii'i- -."S!)i-. vr dux,
: wirmctv"! a brown
r.'. i.imiiiiuri', Mil.
JAPANESE
S S SUE
unplioHllorli'H, iiinlmi'itl in rnrMilts, aluo in
liox hiiiI r-ilN; r iH'itivo niiv fir o tcriml, in
tornul I'linil it hli'i'ilimr, Itrliiiiir, chroiiic.
ri'iN iit or lirrcilitiirr plli'i., nml umny iitlur
dthl'IINOM llllll tl'lllllll" ttl'Hl lll'SMI'll; li is nhvnvN H
fcrvM lii'iii'tli to ilio i-i niTiil ht'ftllh. Tim ilrst
ilisoovi'ry of n iiicilii'iil iMiro r-'inliTlnp mi oper
tlon wllh tho knii'o linniM'CHsnry honafior
TMh roinrily tins, m-vi r hoi u known to full.
l lior linx, 6 for JTi; ni'iit by mnil. . V hy mitt'iT
from llil u-rrllilo illfcCHxo wlii'n h wrltton tsnnr
niniv in I'ivcn with U boxes, to rofmul the
money if not cnreil. teuil stamps for free
Kitmtile. liimriinteii Ikhii'iI by WooilwnrJ
Clark .t; Co., Wholesale unit lieull Unncjisiit
Solo Ak'onta l'ortliiml. Or. por sale by J. W.
Conn. Astoria Oivnoi.
It clean the
head when you
clear tho stomnch
nnd bowels. You
can't think, with
your system all
chokou up and
stagnant That's
just the time to
contract disease,
too.
Put yourself in
good condition
with Dr. Pierce's
. . . Pleasant Pollets.
Yen wont have to havo a su-u'lo with
thein, u you do with the ordinary You
won t noUco them. Mildly nnd pxntly, but
thorough y mi, etrortivoly, thov cjeani and
mru ate the whokf system. Kiel: or Hilious
JUdachos, tonsurans, IudiRwtion, Uihous
Attacks and id! derangements of the liver,
stomach, and boweU are provoutod, rolioved!
ana cured. '
They're t! liest liver pIU kno-n, purely
vetaUo, perfectly harmless, the smallest
Ciiinst and Ved to take. They're tho c'lrapl
tst pills you can buy, too, for they're truaV.
anUrt taKivo mtirfacUcm, or your money
s rctnniiNL iduo revived or no pay -it
s piuu pucuuw W Dr. Pierco's noiTclnea.
These tiny Cnpsulesarosnperlor
u ixuaum r or vlXpaIDa,
Culbs and Injections. (,TY
They cure in 43 houre tho rJ
same diseases 'without an-flncon-
prntinvi (niKDVlli nmini.iJ
Easily, Quickly,
SwH Permanently Restored.
9vf A !(f
you will thank us for calling
attention to the necessity of
keeping the
Sill BORDER EAGLE BRMiD
Condensed Milk always on hand.
In the sick room or the nursery, in
the kitchen or on the breakfast
; table it is always ready for use.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
DR. GUNN'S
ONION
SYRUP
i FOR COUGHS,
WW mm
Si.
AND CROUP.
GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE.
In rnislne a family of nine children, my only rem
edy for Coughs, Colde and Croup wan onion syrup.
It isjustaserfoottvflto-tlfiy an it was forty years
riKO. Now my prandehildren take Dr. Oimn'i
Ouion Hyrup which iaalrendy prepared and more
pleasant to tho L&jtc. . Sold &t CO cc.'iu a uotU
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist.
jr. 33. WYATT
Dealer In - '
Hardware aU Ship Chf-neJery
Pure Oil, Bri-rlit Vimilsh, Hlnnclp Oil. Cr
rni OanvH-H. Hemp SjiII Twlni. t.anl iW,
'Vroiight Iriti Spikw, l)alv:uilzt! Out Nails
orooorios, 33fo.
AKrlviiltiinil Iniplnnei'ts, Bowing Ma
iniw hiiics, i'a'ms and OUt.
HIJTEB & MERGENS,-
1'roprietoM i'f tlie
,1
m to5 Man
o .
Owner Second and Penton strcels.
C truer Thlr"! and Wet lhtli streets.
1KA' KH IN
HARDWARE, IHON, STEEL,
IRON PIP AND PITTINKS.
STOVES AND - TINWARE,
House Furnlshlnc Goods, Sheet I-ead, Strip
Lead, Slieet Iron. Tin and Copper.
(WORCESTERSHIRE)
SAUCE
Imparts the most delicious uusto and lost tC
EXTRACT
of & I.ETTKK from
a MEDICAL GEN
TLEMAN at Slaa
ras, to hiB brother
at WOItCEBTEP.
Hay, 1WL
"Till
LEA k PEItRISB1
that their Banco is
hiifhiy attooued in
India, an.i 1b in luy
OJllDiOll, tllO UIORt
palatable, na will
OB tllO liumt wtKllll.
Bonie p:iiu-o th:ii is
SOUPHt
(atAVIHSf
FISH,
HOT C'OI.D
MEATS,
G.vnn:,
VIIIII
UAE1K1TS, Uiuue."
BeeofMMions;
see that you get Lea & Perms'
Signature on every Iwttlo of Original & Gnnntna.
IOIIN BUW AN'M SONS, NliW VHtll.
Do You Know
That the
Weekly
Astorian
Goes Everywhere?
Advertisers,
Do you see
Your chance?
TlieOral ansl Genuine
SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the Circuit Court ol the State of
Oregon, Tor the County of Clatsop.
C. H. Page, Plaintiff, va. 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
eon Deceased and the Astoria Box
Company.
By virtue of an execution and order
of sale 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 21st day of
May, 1893, levy upon all the right,
title, claim and lntereest of th
above named defendants In and to the
following described real estate, to-vit:
Lots 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'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 Cyrua 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 Tlats,
In and for tho county of Clatsop, and
State of Oregon, and all of said land
being In sold 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 tho 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.C0. costs and dis
bursements, and the accruing costs ot
this suit, at public auction to tne ingn
est bidder for cosh in hand in United
Pl.ites gold coin at time of sale.
H. A. SMITH.
Sheriff ot Clatsop County, Or.
Dated Astoria, Or., May 81, 1893.
NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS
Notice is hereby given to nil persons
In the State of Oregon holding
surance .Company, of San Francisco,
Pnllfornlii.
Of the withdrawal from the state of
Oregon of the State Investment & in.
nnllciea In the State Investment & In
surance Comnany. of San Francisco,
California, and to all other persons In
terested, that the said company has
reinsured Its business in the State of
Oreeon. 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
Anv nolicy 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 (6) months from the
dnte 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 35G4 3568
and 3580, of Chapter L, of the Miscel
laneous Laws of Oregon, as Compiled
and Annotated by W. Lair Hill." Ap
proved February 25, 18S9.
THE STATE INVESTMENT
AND INSURANCE CO.,
By George I,. Brander,
President.
Attest; Charles M. Blair,
Secretary
SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the circuit court of the state of
Oregon for the county of Clatsop:
Astoria Iron Works, Plaintiff, vs. Dean
Blanchard. Defendant:
By virtue of an execution and order
of sale issued out of and under the
seal of the above entitled court in the
above entitled cause on the 22d day of
June, 1893, upon a Judgment duly made
and rendered therein on the 19th day
of June, 1893, which said execution and
order of sale was to me directed ana
delivered, I did on the Sth day of
July, 1893, levy upon all the right,
title, claim, and Interest of the within
named defendant m ana to tne ioiiow-
lng described real .estate, tc-wit: Lots
numbered one (1) and two (2) of block
numbered one hundred twenty-one,
(121) of J. M. ShlvelyV? First Addition
to Astoria as recorded by him In the
record of said county, said real estate
beinc situated in Clatsop county, Or
egon, and notice is hereby given that
I shall on Frtaay, tne n oay or Aug
ust, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
in. of said day, In the city of Astoria,
in sold county and state, In front of
tlie court house door, proceed to sell
the same or so much thereof as shall
be sufficient to satisfy the sum of
$530.58, with interest thereon at tho
rate of ten per cent per annum from
June 19, 1893, together with the fur
ther sum of $16.90 costs, and disburse
ments, and accruing costs of this suit,
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash In hand In IT. S. gold coin ftt
time of sale.
- II. A. SMITH,
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon.
Dated. Astoria, Or., July 5, 1S93.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clatsop.
A, Leberman, Plaintiff, vs. H. M.
Spencer, and F. E. Habersham, De
fendants: By virtue of an execution ana order
of sale issued out of and under the seal
of the above entitled court In the above
entitled cause, on the 7th day of June,
1S93, upon a judgment duly made and
rendered therein, on the 6th day of
June, 1893, which said execution and
order of sale was to me directed and
delivered, I did on the 26th day of
June, 1893, levy upon all the right, title,
claim and Interest of the within named
defendants in and to the following
described real estate, to-wit: Lots
numbered 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, and 9 of block 7,
and the undivided one-half Interest In
lots 14 and 15, of block 10, all In the
town of Grand Rapids, as laid out and
recorded by the Grand Rapids Improve
ment and Development Company,
In the county of Clatsop and
state of Oregon, and I shall, on Wed
nesday, the 26th day of July, 1893, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day,
In front of the county courthouse door,
In the dty of Astoria, In said county
and state, proceed to sell the same or
so much thereof as shall be sufficient
to satisfy the sum of Four Hundred
and Eighty Dollars (less the sum of
J60 realised on the sale of personal
property) together with Interest on the
im of S430 from tne zna aay or ,
March, 1S93, at the rate of ten per cent
per annum, together with the further
sum of J50, attorney's fees, with Inter
est thereon, until paid, together with
the further sum of $56 costs and dis
bursements, and the accruing costs of
this suit, at public auction tp the high
est bidder for cash In hand In United
States gold coin at t!f
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon.
Dated. Astoria, OregonJune 26, 1893.
f5jS!5?& Only
Line
Running
THROUGH
DAILY
TRAINS
leaving Portland, 8:45 AM.
" " 7:30 PM.
1 DAYS TO
2 CHICAGO
7 Hours Quicker togSt. Paul.
23 Hours Quicker tojChicaso.
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
Kansas City.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
free Reclining Chair Cars, Din
ing Cars.
ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO
OCKAN STEAMERS
jui.y, mu. .
Cnliiinlila Thursday .Inly 1:!.
NliUH Mondiiv July 1".
Oregon Kridiiy July 21.
('iiliihiblii l ut'Mlay July ?fi,
Ktitte Mitunlay July '.'J. .
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERS
Morning boat loaves .strla iliilly. except
Sunday, ai G n. iil; returning, leaviis l'ortlaml
daily, except Saturday, at s ii. m. NK'r boat
loavi'4 Astoria daily, exeept. Hunilaj, aid p. m.:
r tnrnli g leaves Portland daily, except Hnmliiy,
at ? a. in. Tlie morning boat from I'oitlnnd niHkii
buuliiiKson too Oregon sldn Tuesdays, Tlmm
dayn. nu i Saturdays ; on Wissbiiitfton'sule Mon
days Wednesdays and Fridays. From Astoria
the, morning boats makes landing on the Ore
gon Mile Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays,
:miil on tlio Wasliinjyon j.iile 'iuesilays, Tluim
das and Salurtlas.
For rales and general liifoimstion call on or
;iildress,
W. II. IIUKLBITKT, G. WYLOUNSPEKRY,
A.. Gen. 1'a. Agt. Agent.
rortlaiid.Or, Astoria, Or.
11, PAQwm mM,
Is the lino to tako to all
points
EASTand SOUTH
It is the QiMNG CAR ROUTE
It offers t'.e bt service, com
bluing
SPEEDamirOMEOItT
lljd tlie l opid-'r route with these nlm
wi-h to travel on
His tbeicfore the route (u rJioiiM
take. It mils tliteuvli Veslibliled
trains every day in the year to -
ST. PAUL AND CmmW
fio Change oCara,.
Mcgiint Pullman Sleepers,
Superior Tourist Slcejcrs-
Splendid Free Seeoiicliiss Slhrs,
OnH; Qiie Qlmijge of o$is
Portland to. New York
Through Tickets
To Any Tart of tne civilized world
Passengers ticketed via. all bonis ninuln,
between Atnri, K a i mini and 1'orMsnd.
Full Information concerning rites, time ol ;
trains, unites )ml other detail? furnished or
liHicatloti lo
C. W. STOKE,
Atellt ABtorlR .
Steamer Telephone locfc .
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant (leneral P.weneer Aaent
tlo. jai Kirxl, 8t..cor. WaaWifrUHi,
FurtlMtil. Orenoii.,
THE : 0UEGO : BAKER V
A..i.lIKVEI.ASn,Frop.
Goo-1 Bread Cakes and Pstry,
None bnt tho Heft Materials nscil.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Custemp
Broad deHvernl In any y.arlof the city
FISHER BROTHERS
SHIP CHANDLERS.
Ileiirr ml
llAEDWAKR
Cr.r.y in t'Uek
Wagons and Vehicle,
Farm Machinery, Pilot-, Varninhc.
Loggers' Suin!ies, Fai Vnk'a -ci,
Dc.cti autl V in..o.i.
PROVISIONS
U)Ua ind HI IA, FrKO. t
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